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He ttrawTi flibrtVnd gMphic hiitory him, and to pro, it, he had instanced thepTRUSTEIS SALE OFREALXSTATE.
ef the alavery Agitation, and portrayed hvtreatment ha had received at the hand, of B V2?E5JSS !w
word I that left a deep impression, the dan-' Atchison's friends li. the Platte country. of Pike and State of Misouri, and duly aektiowt-
gerous consequences that must result fromlt is true .ometimee, he r.,arked, that the ttMTtSi zt-rlhla
hew inniTiL or
FILL &: WINTER tLOTBlNG.
mHE -ubacriW has inst returned torn St'
1 Louis with a large & well selected stock of
R F.Jt D Y-JfJID E CLOTH1XG. comprising ell
articles of een.Iemen'e were, calculated io u,Flax.eed,- . .v-
the gravest farmer and gayest youth. He deem Beef, oft foot
.. . - .u. .n-iil-. ... , .
.IA .1.. r..ar,lthatl.e54.Nofthe ba.e line nfRNo lWof the fifth J -"7 7." vTH J,.FP,rT
- - w . ,. i 1 iAf wnar vnii vim. inn iii m ties iuib mi imv v
ot-nriDftl mend tan. between Alien,-cauiweu anai'" - j r . -
1 . . a S 1
tha ultimate accomplishment of the ends feelines and sentiments of an individual mav-d ma-lL io front of the atnre door ofihe under-
and aim! of "freetoitum . ; be known from those of his friends and from Jj this J.r!!it!llinMSi'
' I, . . ... j 1 for iveJy money, on tbe lt day of rebniai, 1830,
He spoke of his course in the Senate of the company he keeps; and judging Col.J,,,, lhe hour 10 and 4 o'clock of said
W United States, and .howed by hi. vote.jBenton by this rule, aom. mighU.y th-tiS;iajrSJ5l -L5SS,rSf j
.Jt U.iM.ltiit v I h rrmias ystirallv ftUlrW
AUn. another tract or parcet of land. aHjoinSuff .,. uJT.i: Tr , lrt;
that the bursting of that big gun ha. left . Z JSZJu part -1
1 1 I I 4 1. - - . . t f I uaH.llu MMii..hi.iil In Ik mAl
impression in unaeniaoie roaras, upon m- Banning at a make, mm w corner or tne tract wi .- "
j j .u..-n.. .-linn. f Col Ben. of land deeded bv Samuel K. Caldwell lo the com- mercantile and manufacturing part of the city,
mind am. subsequent actions ot Uol. en . . lhecourt t.nd f.-lfor theccmn Th. .it...iin i. healthv. the rooms airr. and si-
ton. During the whole of Gen. Atchi- ly of Pike which Make atand in the line of lhe cepible oflhoroueh ventilation. :
son's speech, he was frequently cheered by tractof land abovedwrihfd thence running nonhj The proprietor ha spared no expense In fit-
r " A7 3 and 4H mm. E with iH In e 495 feet thenerk. .. . r. . 11 l.ii l. f. 1
rounds of applause; and at the conclusion, sa3.nHi3 E. 540 fert-tbeneeSSTnd u?VfT":.iS .Srf. A ihTlw whM
..14 -v.-.- A ;,,...; 45 mi... W 495 fee' to the m.rm.U.inner,' the bert the maikei affords. At b bar.which
. . , .thenc N 32 s and 15 miu
made, by the countenances 01 an arnunu.
n.rla. Af f.rtnn Kinrr nrtflrnt.
,! A'n, anihr tract or parrel of land,' the (el Bar) and will continue to keep, as he ptir-
was loudly called for, who took the stand N w h.if of the N W quarter of seon 18 town- Jch,,eil (rmn lhe importer in Kew York, a sop
and delivered an able and interesting .hi.54,Norihebae Ui.e..fan No. l W of th . , - ft ht bralrf, Wilw jj-,,,,,,
gh.bie wit z:t;::19- mna prv'i:" lr
ANo, another traet or iMkrcel of land, adloiuinit.ironagf!, proporuo.;- """-. "
sjiat ha hadarer been the vigilant and untir
Jag guardian of the interests of his State.
. la rrting to votes upon this free-soil
sasttoa to tha Senate, Col. Benton's course
appeared, and his proclivity to the accursed
' doctrines, that have been so long spreading
'tha seeds of disunion in our country, was
clearly manifested in his support of every
clog sad every amendment, offered with a
view to offend, harass and goad the South.
The Senators from the slaveholding States
were watchful and jealous of their rights;
they denied the power of Congress over the
qaestion, and besought their brethren of the
North to withold and cease to insist upon
he4 which tbey knew to be off-naive and
insulting to them. A large majority of the
"Senate, actuated by the same fee lings of
concession and compromise that guided our
forefathers in effecting a anion of the States,
and in framing the constitution of our conn
try, stood sternly opposed to all these in
.ceadiary measures, whilst the great name
" of Benton stands recorded in favor of them
alt, from the least to the greatest in these
territorial bills. He voted for the amend
saent of Baldwin, the amendment of Davis,
aad finally that of Hale, upon which he
found himself in company with six men of
bo unfixed or. uncertain principles, from
whoa even Cor win and Allen now fled in
consternation and terror.
He then took up the resolutions of the
last Legislature, and gave an able exposi
tion of them, which we regret we have not
time to notice. ' He said that the members
'of tha Legislature were evidently extieme-
ly cautions in preparing these resolutions.
and forabore, from some cause, to assert
what is proclaimed by every southern states
man ; that no sensible and intelligent man
-would carefully examine those resolutions,
aad say to himself that there is aught of
' harm in them. : That the false cry of dis
' anioa aad nullification, was raised by de
. aerters, to cover their retreat from princi
e4e.' - That avor sine lie held a seat in the
Senate, he had been acting out the piinci
pies of those resolutions, and that he was
trow willing to go further and assert more
, than they did, and he claimed far himself
sin attachment for the Union as ardent as
glows in the breast of any living man. The
. Legislature spoke the views of the State,
and no reasonable man would dare deny it.
They uttered the voice of their constituents,
in the dignified language of freemen, who
love the Union and know their rights. No
aallies of wit, and no powers of distortion
can pervert their meaning, and the senseless
slang of abolitionism will hovel in vain to
alarm intelligent men from their sense of
propriety. When idle criticism fails to dis
tort their meaning, to suit the daring ambi-
tion of pampered conceit, the Ikiated ar
rogance of offended pride, or the aecret in
' ciiaatione of unholy faction, the cry of nul
lification is raised to consign good patriots
to oblivion, and do honor to the deadliest
foes of our countries prosperity. . He said
he should willingly obey the resolutions, and
abould obey them with pride and pleasure;
"and that CoL Benton would never dissolve
this Union, except by blindly pursuing a
factions coarse in opposition to the views
- expressed by the Missouri Legislature.
tfa At-A . ..j.rr: v . tu- a I Mamrd fn tni ei'v
..v, . .... vmu .u u.c yiw .. K ( MURRAY and Miw MA
Uiae'of too right of instruction, and in eve- man BRADFOOT LUCE.
ty sentence , gave utterance to sentiments 3J" Alexandria Gaettc and Winchester Vir
.rUch bava ever been dear, not only to tha'S: bv Rev Mr. WILL
'4Umoeratie party of the nation, but to all IAM HARDIN and Mus Beaoly, all of ibi e. in
his numerous votes in company with aboIi-!thiHv.fiv. on. hundredths acres, more or leas
tionists, and with them alone, were strong, bounded and deacribed a follo., to it : Beajn-
evidence of hit views upon this important WPfltaiiai-rrrof section number l8.Uitnwnlip No,
. - . .. .. - .. . . n VST L f. l
suhiect. The Col
(Atchison) had remarked on aome occa- ck.'fr,, hcb atake a dogwood Minehea in
sion in company with his friends, "that it .Weter beara N 65 E, d.atanf 14 links, and an
.: . . .... n elm 12 inchea in ommeter neara sw - w, oira
w... Kre. ,.y .nurr 28."" S" " 'bl?? i" to which he solicit, the custom of
Benton, Tyler and uiay were not an swing hdks 10 a amne- .nrnce iocnn, - 4J " j j-,ip enerallv
..... .. 1 .. . . to the onarter aeerinn coner on th W boundary ina aeaiers generally
astraddle of the big gun on me rnncemn jjneof ;M Nn is,hrnee S17 chains to a
at the time of its bursting;" and tins he afl- nake from wh eh a white oak 14 inches ti diame-
duced as an evidence of his hostility. Tru- . . . Wm 8 Al r ,,u,ant
lv the old man was mistaken ; he may have 13 link thence E 35 cl aim, and 70 link to a post
joculsrly made, the remark, he did not re- thnc with mM ,ine N33 S w 12 enain, ,
collect it But he could assure him he did 36 links to post crner of said Commiarioners' -.tft.11 info-m his friends and the public. tht
not desire to hurt one hair of hi. d'JZ ZJZ h. ha. purchas-nl from Messrs. A. . B. J. van
He had no feelings of hostility towards l.im.'a.id aeciop No, xa-thence N 19 Wn. ...a 70 Cjmrt their '
. . . - ii-L. u . whit. k Im i.-ha ed it for a term of vears, ano pta- mnuell.iliu
Clay, or Tyler, but he contessed lie mo no -ertion. on hi. part, will be wanting to make
peculiar love for Martin Van Buren. hirknrv ei.ht inches in diameter bears N 68 s W,',u tliat favor him with a call perfectly at home.
. .. l- a .( WT ft 1 1 rtf . - . a a I I !
fl wnnld almnlv remark that manv nersons "w"' wi'snrace w 4 cna.ua n iu ..- The furniture 01 tne nouse nas oeen repienrsn-
L . ' " .tothebeKinnine;,
with Hannegan and uen. jacksnn,
"5 per bwnel.: -if.
Hemp, iCi -
Lard . -
10 -.- . JIa. -
u. tie naa ano a gooa suppiy 01 ,
Dry Goods. Groeerie: Queemteare, .
JOS. RICHARDSON. :
Louisiana, Sept, 24th. 1849.
sat. Corner ofMiinand Morgan ttrtelt. Saint
Molasses - -
subscriber would re-
- to 6 parewt.
- ..t .' a -..4aeiiiV
vh:,.::&teipe rjry ?
,- - v.- '2 ts 214Wt.i
.. . ' '.-m 60 u 65o par tatttbei
. . r 3. .To per-efltea. vl'
- , ; 7 ta8eiV.f:'-:-J
. - : . 12e per lfc. --rS u
- . t , 85aWc pavi- i
- - .i$lsrJstbeKv,fr-;T
. . ; C0r pet bushel. --
. 135a8 paaeJuut
- , " 4 l-2a6parll- j
. .;-; 6 peT-lb.i 03 frf.ii.
.. A 4 V-A Ot 'll-jrMV"'.
ur .1 :- h-tu-Mi rriiiiri & mrnianeo la a .inferior aivir
inrnrr n i im ii mini . 11 'un mm nmiiin" --- ... . e
aioner' hue to the place of heeim.ine, near the he ha on hand (having removed hie stock of
i.nprinz kno n by the name of Caldwell's sp'ing.. jwinea. liquors and cifttrs from the Vireinia Ho-
i . 1 .v. . .r 1 a ' ...... u . . . . , .,1 : . .... V .
speech, spiced with the most la 11
and filled with anecdotes of the most ap
propriate and amusing character.
Truly we wish every man in the county
oould have been present on Monday. Eve
ry thins: passed off harmoniously there was
no billingsgate , abuse there were noun
dignified and opprobious epithets, there
was nothing calculated to divide and dis
tract our party. , We had a day of reason
ing and of argument, "which is truly a feast
to the soul."
Cholera. This mysterious scourge, ia
its exit from the country, occasionally
makes its appearance at places very unex
pectedly. Recently several cases of suit
posed cholera prove1 fatal in Ste. Gene
vieve and Cape Girardeau, in south-eastern
Missouri. We believe these points both es
csped during its rage in the S'ate lt sum
mer. Cape Girardeau and Louisiana are
near the same sire, and the only pointa of
any note on th Mississippi, for serer.! hun
dred miles, that had no rholera. Her citi
zens were taken all absck by the casea we
have mentioned. We are pleased, however,
to learn from the papers or that city, that
"the disease" has entirely disappeared.
Again, the St. Louis Republican announ
ces the arrival in that port of the steamer!
the ral described tract or arel of land n the
north end, heiir par and pare. I of the N W quar
ter of aedion 18, in T No. 54, N of the 'bane line in
R No. 1 W of the fifth principal meridian, ron'am
A. C.PECKHAM Proprietor.
NOTICE We take occasion, in addition to
tli. aKnv. tn r.tnrn mr thanka ta our mends
in forty one acre., n.e or lea, and bounded as .H ,he uu, for the -.tronaae so liberally be
fnilnara, So wit: heffnnio at a poal oa the rn- be-, A . r , . . , w;...
tweeo Allea, C.ldell and Shaw, the ba.i..re,"n-Ta 1 u" T Ir 11 " " ' Z . Z
tract of land thence N 80 chains and 30 link lo'-hiaance of the parronat- under the new man
he N boundary line .f said herrinn No. 18 hei ce teem en t. as we are asvnred that there will be
E with with kl .return le to the Misatsiiit riv-'ao deviation from former crarre.-
rrhe..ce oon said nrer aoytn wita sua line 13 . nept-24 . A. & B. J. VAN COUKT.
...i... . . . Ij . . .k..k . . W .. . .. .
llimii. iw. .I,... Iiwn w Mfwii iht ir ml.
es in diameter bean. N 80 E,diaianl 41 linka and
a hickorr eieht lc-e in diameter beara N B8C W,
distant 73 Iii tbence W 21 chains and 25 linka
to ihe place of brglnnine. The said four and above
r n mt r hvji. MO.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND
PEBS OF PRODCCEtto. ; , Urf
Tas undersigned beg leave
to announce to' the -peblio
A that they hare established
W themservea permanently in
' Louisiana, asDEAlXXS
TN COUNTRY PRODUCE, of ewy disarip-
tlon; and reectrers a aiippenirfPTOdmtami
Good Jot ComUry jurtAann. - ueir:.ioeiBi
at the wharf affords them every lacUity; fa at
tending to the interest of their eustomers.ana at
a clear savingto shipper of the expense of y
te to and from lhe warehouse of the city
They will at all tisoes give th most liberal mark
et prices for Produce, and 4Dre-reift at trea
sonable oharte;' They will give the strictest
personal attention to the sfasptaasi of pTQQe lai
warded to them, and to reoemng and fsrwssdiag
of freieht for country merchsatsJ-'.-
Having invested near their whole -espttaf-tn
theirresent business,' thev expect to invite cus
tom by accommodation aad advastagS ta their eos-
jre-Tav wilValaa keen en hanf? sTall fhnas
a Keneral assortment of GRQCERH3af ejAofe-
taU ana ruaau. 'is-i-.t
, ... THOU AS CAatl, VrW
July 23d 1849.r .-.. w. : u..-.ift
TIST of Letters remaining in the rostuaoe
a r :.:.. rv-..K. 1 lftQ which if not
taken out in three saontha, will ha oeat to tM
OMieral Port Office, as dead fetter, i .-..-if-'v-
fTHE undersietied' Would vesneeHiillv inform
1 the n-hlic that ROOT'S' PATENT
Iracribed tracta ad parreh of land, containifK by 'rpr .TPsP. KTflVP min afwatra ho fauntat No.
mt'm atian want A. It M awl atavl saaos- aal a.al a lkaa akaMaasl Si nil ...
19 Main Street, St. Louis.
nirrT-nve ooe iMinnrroi. a a an arrr. wno inr rx-1 , . , .
r. t- .a ..... . u.ir K.,r... inis aiove nas oeceme ine mini popular aiov
A.. AmA h. ..m sutt. h wr.m.a. tfiin. .twl in Die. from the perfect simphcitv of its eon-
ife. ill be a!d aa above, to aaiiifv tbe demasda atrucUon. and the certainty with which H per
of Jnhn S. McCone aahst the estate of the said forms all ita cook in r opermtiona ccriiimina-.-s
Betty Parry, in compliance witn tba provisions ot a does, less than halt a cord ol wood per month,
the aaid deed of trust.
E G. MrQUIE, Trustee.
Louiiana, Nov. 19. 1849. tf .
IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. MISSOURI,
OCTOBER TERM, 1849.
JaBlM H. Brit'on and John A.
Rnbrrt Woolfnlk, Robert Wonlf .lk, Jr., Nicholas
Constitution, on Friday last, direct from, Wolf.. Ik, and the heira of Norbornr J. Wo-olfo!k,
K. n-l.-na u,;tt, rtnn. tnioi ant fr-ah from1 'he nam a of which said heira of Audio C ,
.c i.u -1 .11 .k ...J. Georee. Turner, and Nrhonie J
ine nniua 01 nniiy aii'iis, w.u. wis ivm,, , , ,
and baking- with as much certainty and uniformi
ty as a Bakrr'M Oven. "Hiis, toe-ether with the
fact that there is no division of the fines, thereby
.0001100: estrone draurht. make, it Ihe most eco
nomical and convenient Cooking Move now in
Also on hand ROOT'S CELEBRATED PRE
MIUM COOKING STOVES, tocether with
- P t.:-. .a. J . DU C. aa
ir ia. a .. rt ...j l u CY-TY VTICl Ul sO aVU'lf liu J Ol
V ni'JMMK. Aim u'CDin a.. a.yfiw4trn urniw ,, - -i
hand. HlenB-Woolfolk, Gabriel W.- l.lk,.me.; I in-ware. Riicnen4 naroware, a.c.a.c, n o.
Wonitolk. hr heira of Autin C WoollIR, ine wnicn win do aura a very raw privca, nura .1
beir. of Geore Woolfolk, the heir of Turnerwfcoleaale or retail.
a H. Aicitander-
E.F. Adama. ';. "
Avery R. Baucum
J. W. Banning ......
Charles Banning- .
John Batemaa '
John C. Beaatey
Joshua Bartlett '
T.H. Collina' '
T. C. Clarkson
Miss Martha Dumont
Henry Eoff '
Rebecca Ureal ,
James R. Grey -
Ellen Henry ,
W. Hendricks ...
Martha R. Jackson
Harriet Long '
of disease about them. They were com
posed of Irish, Germans and English peo
ple. During her trip there was much sick
nas on board and 17 deaths. Of this num
brr,abobt a dozen died of cholera. Among
the nsseners were sixteen Monks, from
Milrrv Monesterv. Ireland, destined foriremalniii heira of said Austin C. Woolfolk. (ex
ceased, (exempt the said Gabriel and Jaine Wof
fulk, who are heirs of said AiatioC. Woolfolk.) are
unknnavn and cannot be named all heirs of Rich
ard H. W""lfnlk.di craned.
IT Appearing tn the aatixfaction of the Court, by
the petition of aaid plaintiff, that said Robert
Woolfolk, Nichola WoolMk, Ann Cow en and
Cowen, her huahand. Jamea Woolfolk, the
Dubuque. rr its vicinity. Of this number,
about half died on the Constitution
cepl ihe aaid Gabriel W-.lfnlk,)'fce heira ofGenree
Woolfolk. the heirs of Turner Woolfolk. and the
heir of Korborne J. Woolfolk are each and all
?T3" Country Merchants would do well to call
and examine our stock, as we are satisfied with
small profits. A. & L. NEWBERRY.
St. Louis, Mo- May 7th, '49.-8m,
X. B. VIOttTT,
The Mayor of St. Louis immediately took non resident of this S'a'o On motion of aaid
steps to enforce the late quarantine laws of
that city. r r
JThe late election in Massachusetts result
ed in no chi ice of a Governor, the plurality law
and three candidates preventing: it.
Married in thl ei'y. on 14'b inst., by Rey.
plaintiff' attorney, it i ordered, thai aaid imn-resi
deni and nnk now defendants be notified, by a pub
lication of tbia order, to be made in some nrwapa
p. r printed in thia S'ate.for eight week succeanve
ly, thelat inaertionto beat least four week before
the next term of thi court, that said plaintiff- have
filed their petition atrainst aid d fendant, prtyinc
the court for a conveyance to said plaintiff of the
follow ine trart of land, to wit : Beriiininf at a
po.l at the S W. corner of Wood' .urvey tnence
N. 32 1-4 s iih the S. W. hoe of said W-d sur
vey, a SO chain Irft the prairie on old marks plain,
it. all 44.50 chain to the N- W. corner of .aid ur-
y,theoce N. 68 1 3 E. nith the N. W. line of j
WOOD & VIOLETT,
WHOLtSI. AaiBTSSKD 0-i.r8 iir '
Ro. 308 Wortli Mali Street.
.. ST. LOUIS, MO.
ion agents roa
COLEMAN, HALM AN & CO'8 Coach and
Eliptic Sprinssi Iron, Nails, Wrought Nuts,
Rivets, bpikes. Bolts, fixe
Livingston, Roegen & Co' Platform and Coun
ter Scales, Pa' tent Kaughphy and Paint Mills.
Knob Locks, Latches, Malleable Casting. &c.
LhveneoU & Co' (warranted Axes, Hatchets,
Shovels, Spades. P;cks. Mattocks, Mill, Cir
cular and X Cut Saws, &c.
F. & W. M Fnfcer's (superior) Cardine Ma.
chines, Machine Cards, Comb Cleaners. &e. -
Pntlernon't ( superior) Letter Copying- Presses.
Marthnll fc Bro't (celebrated Solid Box Vices,
Mill, Timber and Press Screws, sc. kc.
aaid W--od aoryey, (old mark a plain) in all 19 Burke & Bornes' (superior warrsnted fire "thief
ehainaiinstnapotonsauiiine inencea jan,p proof ) Salam.noVr rafes
E. in all 22.25 chainat- a post thence 0 jjnjrew Fulton'! (celebrated) Church, Steam
58 1 2 - E in all 2 75 chains to a post thence 8.1 . , . TM. d-ii.
32 ' E in all 22415 chain. ,0 a po on t -e So.h r..li. t.A . .
fa-lVJklfi AT sssb nti Wl?Maxa sra?a- AinlAn eOao
A4hJ. mmlA i.. . .u..'.. P-'"-ff J2Z S 5 'T530.!." LL" " .I:! " -V n 1 o o IT?" Dealer, are respectfully Incited to ex.m
t-b. comnell.d. An .tJi..l- ,fl.t1f JUMPLan I Pike iy! . f . . W. in ... 22 ch.in to the lw.glnn,n.-5...ai,,ie me their stock, which will be sold low for cash.
- , . ' ?,. . . . . .. ..id 78 one hundredth acre. Ivtne in Lincoln or anproveo paper.
Wo charge, of falsehood made a- , m I St. Loni. ay 1st,. 1849-ly.
: t r j ' xhereiore yon, tne aam nao-resiaems ana on-;.
known defendants. are hereby required to beand, AfiminietrfltOr S INOllCC.
annaa iaa Ihia nat am araa KawlTM IHR tlSt V On I ' r . ; "
uinrsM v'aa nrw m--mmf -a--r a
gainst him by CoL Benton, to speak of him Pike coon'y.
those tliinM whiefi are inn trnal R.ntnn had On tHe 8th inatant hv Rev. N. M. Bonham
- snembers of the last Legislature in aa noho-l o the llfh Inst., hy the same, Mr.. ETJJAH .April next, ad answer the petition, or tbe same
Sa a a a. a. W ajaaa.sW WW1SWSW. A . m a .
ty coaspiracy against him. To this he BR,, f-r county.ano mis. nwwuti .a
.!' :.? :. T. KERR, of Pike.
m m'. V .1 .1 m ,f. , '
w ne was at-Washington n. .k.' ix.k i ... w.i.,u.nntu.. Mr. Wm.
during tba whole 'session, and could not DENT and Mis ELIZABETH ADAMS, aU of
have ooMrfM,leoptthroiigh the mails, Mw W'" ,D"
and biWOBid hare affirm that be bad not! -. &Ofk Down rH
n-aaa.mtia.a nf tl..t..rn. , ' , i , C T0LEN from : Mr.' SehbolfieH's silversmitb
any mamosof the last Gen. Assembly.-That -k i. iiw..iii.jM.;.widr.hioni.oid
tut 2i4 writato Gov. King,' and if ho con- Lepioe wteh upon Ihefaee was Lidia Laura,"
mJI it -... !:. k v:- r-''t, and tha back was reset with on enamel paintine;,
J 7 . . T" tm good d.aJ broken .od defaced. My anxiety to
. UbeASUBTiied King to publish those let-' sat possession of said watch, la more on account
tltoma Lia (Atchison) t6 publish (hose he ered to nut any faanhla compensation lor t'deiivered at mir Poi Houae,from the fhe6th
vTOTICE is herebv eiven that the undersign-
ed has obtained Irom the County Court of
Pike Co., letters of administration on the estate
of Jonathan Byrd, deceased, dated August 13th,
All pertorift having claim ieainrt t& eitate.
for said eounfy. iertify that the fnre,oi i. are requested present them within one year
copy i f an order made In the above entitled from the date olstud letters; and if not presented
ie. at the October rertn thereof, 1849.' ' Iwithln three veara from said date, they will for-
. - . Give under my. band aad the aeal of eTef be precluded from the benefits of aaid es-
Seal ( sad court, at office, the 1st day of No- ute CLYTUS A. FR1SB1E,' Adm'r. ,
t ye sber. 1849. . I ... orwh -too - .V
will he taken aa ennfexsed.
State or Missouxi,
rVMitof t.inrAlu. i
I, Thomas G. Hutt, clerk of the circuit court, id
cause, at th October re fro tnereor, tow.
THOMAS G. HUTT, Uerk
Nov. 12th, 1849 n80.8w. . . t ' .
II7E ,ARE autoriaed to contract for TWO.
VV THOUSAND WELL FATTED HOGS, to market nrioe w.
A ! Martin, a-o-ar
V ' Eiiabetll McGsrV1
Ga Malhusai 7)j
,. Matbiaa F0aw ,4 u,
i ; William M. Prie---Mary
James Sparks. ,
John F. Ta'ifana 3
1 W-. CVauaa 7fiii
L ft H. WestWI ' o
Sarah Hostntteff:- ';
, WBliam JIT Jonea
'Tboaiaa Kiaoed. ..
A LoveUea ' .
Jane VcLoad. . I r
In Pike ContT Cooit. .
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ITis ordered hy tbe TJonrt tht ram be leied t
the im aroyemewt of mads dsruut the areeent year
a tax eoual to fifty ner centos a tba State tax t
and that every per 00 axalnat who a poll tax ia
aaesed, may be dcharxed of the, aeme by two
day labor, and that all tav.es levied for tha tmprwva
meot of roads, max h diebarced M needralJabor
at the rat. of antv-five eenta iter dayt that e-
rv overaeerof road' he allowed on Wlaiper-day
for bis attention while in actual arviee a aaxk
oveweer. that it be the duty of every overseer
whoae district ia not fnrnisbed with a plow end
craner,if U his jidment they be nepeary to
buy one or more which he ia authorised
out hf any money Oloneinf to his road districtrTT
It hall be the further duly of every oVeraeet) te
Hfv eaeh band of the implement robe waeb Mas
at the time he rtvea him notice to worw amy tM
and to work all roads in hi ditrict. at leat Sw-W
rear: vie: once In the aprin and once. In th
fall. Tat every overseer may pay for aeevire oa
eoeda in hi dfric. anm not to exeeed aeyeny-
five root per day for xood hand. ev-fy-n-0
e.nta for a yoke of cattle, or ona AoHar fr a pair
of hort. two dolhtra foe a team of fmrr Viwaeo,
tb-ef dnUor for a te-tn of six hore mn.A
fin- rmnf for a ertor aeon. TtMt.alt peraona
win be liable foe the payment -f their roaj rax tn
mo ey. on a albire tn w-rk the roads whew enes
notifi to do o by the proper overseer ; and that
no haniOie alowed pay for a fhTI day, wnra an
lea he maet a early a e4arit oo1oek- in the mora
ine, sod work: nnil dUchaifed by tbe e-ereeer ia
tb. eveoinc s and out red that a eee-y row "jot
be pnbtiahed In the Banner aad Lesriaiaaa steeeri
for four weeks. ; : '
- - A true onrv. ' --' .
' Teat, S F. M URRAY. Oerk.
, WHOLESALE RET JlL. .,
stove yrx n Boors w
New 913 ' twvif k-caat Orwev JHadrgsua fas
r naiai Nreen. . a-wa"
(directly opposite the Missouri Hotel,
aaatxa x ,,...
rrsni-ist, Fmrt, turrf HcoUpj Saw,
of the hlest patteaa; ; ,
. !,-vit. ? Lar ; : - ,;:trn' ,fi .'. fuse ti fe
JEWETT'ft IMPROVED CART FlOTGH
JtT WH0LES41JS JWD RBTX
If; Merchants and others Wffl fad Wf
at Vttbf )charisliiBg u aaaahj ttwarOj PrsiritviJi Oct. 15, 184 .
' I ho ..ah will ha aatd. kt the market price.
i EDWIN DRAPER BROTHERS.
afk TONS wanted immediatalv bv Tnonus
DU, Ceab, Jr.ftCo, for which it
irket price will be aM ia. Gas. . AVTT'jr 'C? VZ .rTT ? Tr? .rTT
O-yf. ar. also prepared to bail Hemp l-tftSg... - 'm J,Skt&&.
I t VUIM VADill ll'l VVk, - tnl
Ma. ftia eormatr
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THOMAS CiSH, I a., 4 COT. 1 Jar- w itwlgfrti
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