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ALPACAS. Tha . Worcester Traascrip
H at ft 1k f alpeoa sheep has r,el
Ir import .d mr a gentleman in iw
la-itltobe pastured in Ashfield Berkshire
-ottWy. - They art flourishing finely, and promise,
fto fulM the Jughest ejtpectation of thow intercs
ed. LITE'S LESSON SHOULD BE.
t- T . HALLEC1L.
" Forget nut regret not
The joys that hare fled.
1 Though sweeter ami fleeter
' Thin fresh odours shed
From the jessamine's cup,
Or the bright chalice hid
From tlx gaSW of the sun
'Neath the violet's .lid.
Forget not regret not ;
' " - Hope even should burn
The incense of love. .
In her funeral urn,
Shedding glory and light. .
O'er the genu of the past, -
By time on tnc altar
Of memory cast
Forget net regret not; .
Why should we regret.
While one star remains,
That another is set?
And though all may have faded,
Others brighter by far
Through the gloom may arise
Than the once wor.hip'd star.
Forget not regret not ;
Life's lesson should be
Like the stars that are hung
O'er the limitless sea,
A guide to our path.
Bright links of the chain,
To lead us and bind us
To virtue again.
THERE ISA GOD.
' BT . LSWRtMCS liMH.
"There is no God, no mind supreme,"
The daring Atheist cried;
When Nature, murm'ring through her works,
"There is a God," replied.
There is a God," again he said,
Where can his proofs be found ?"
And bid defiance as he cast
A laokf scorn around.
And as anon he forced a smile
From Vanity's low pride.
Each thing of this great universe
Hk boasting words denied.
The ground beneath his haughty tread,
The scarcely thought of sod
In awful earthquakes rumbled dread,
"Vain fool, it there no God?"
Eack flow'rst crushed, as proud he strod,
Their oiors sent above;
And mighty hai'e tauglit Lira they were types
ur heav n, eternal love.
The symbol of high mijesty,
The giant forest oak.
With all the leafy bowers around.
Rebuked him as he spoke.
The starry host that hymn above.
- Where worlds and systems roll.
From sphere to sphere proclaim along,
God reigns throughout the whole."
Darkness and light, and heat and cold,
' All things where'er he trod.
Joined in oue voice of loud rebuke,
"Vain fool, there is a God."
Th Chinese affect to despise European ingen
uity, but they cannot repair a common watch;
when it is out of order they say it is dead, and
-. barter it away for a living one.
A delinquent to whom we sent a dun-
- sing letter, answers, thathe "received it just
as ue was siiuug aown w a piaie oi nasty
; ' , , pudding which was done more to hit lik-
- : ing." We can tell hiin that ho will not es-
- cape tcott free by a report to the "spoon
. tactics;" and that he had better 'fork over'
- Were be it 'attacked in the rear.'
r-i : . . " ,T Exchange.
.". t; Somebody in Blackwood's old toryMag
. Mine U recreating himself and the English
public by showing how Napoleon might
have saved 'his renown, hie throne, and
hi dynasty, which were "crushed by the
a ste .
ariiisn cuarge at Waterloo." We guess
nuv renown will last tome yean yet, in spite
ei snnsrr cnarges.
EHt has been shrewdly by some one
. thai there are four orders of women: the
MAeoeks, with whom dress is all; the mar
pies, whom chatter is all; the turtle doves,
wih whom love if all; and the paradise
. V buss, 'abere them all.
EJTbe tluggard is a burthen to himself
5 in s reproacn to good society.
J . I . ; THE FALSE In the fashionable world
r ,-4r Cner it Mt which It .eomtiant inAA.
aianf, jrho are styled noble, honorable,
XCR&Xb'SZ.ni&if nobility and honor, are like the
rf" iWBW.ef the painted and earnisuedi puU
. VrrVr ylflTX" ry'aM 4 carer tot much that
is vaswstnd dishonorable, pxoflig-te and
JThe Barnstable Pal riot thinks it is no sign
b'cjuue a mm eats frogs tnat he can jump ever a
Another New Store.
S. JACKS0S& BROTHER
At Bryson 4 Co.ys oil stand,
WATER STREET, L O UI.'-'LI.YA, Mt.
A RE now receiving and opening a new and
splendid assortment of DRY G O O D S,
Groceries, Queens ware, Hardware, Glass
ware, Tinwarey Hats, Boots and Shoes,
Dru, Dyestuffi, Books and Stationery,
Ac. Ac, which they will sell upon the most
reasonable terras for Cash or Produce.
flavin" purchased their entire stock for
cash they think they will be able to sell as.
chcaD. and probably a little cheaper, than.
any other house in Louisiana. 1 hey wouia
respectfully solicit a call from those wishing
. . . . . ....
to purchase, that they may judge lor them
selves. C. JACKSON & BRO.
July 4, 1846.
21 bbls. Whiskey
Just receired and for sale low ty
I hereby forewarn all persons from tra
ding with either or any of my Slaves, withf
out a written permission from me, any per
son who may after this trade with either o
tlieui without my consent may expect to be
punished to the extend the law.
Buffalo Townsl ip August the 16th 1846
During my absence, Messrs. G. H. Oury
andS. P.Robinson will attend to the duties
of the Clerk's office, and my professional
business will be distributed among the mem
bers of the bar. Mr. N. P. Minor will in
form any of my clients what disposition 1
have made, of each rase.
A. If. BUCKNER.
June 2t0h. 1846.
ENAWIIA SALT 50 bM for sale by
BLOCK & JJLTTS.
Tgf BBLS. Kenawha Salt very cheap
HJW by 1. 1 BRYSON & WJ.
50 bbls. Kenawha Salt
Par sale low by
N. P. M inor,
ATTORNFV AT LAW, BowLMc-Gacsir.Mo
Office in the Court House.
1TTOR.YE Y JIT LAW, Wiae-Green, Mo
Regularly attends the Circuit Court of Pike
Kails, Lincoln, Warren and Montgomery.
L. A. Welch,
A TTORJYE Y AT LA IF, 7Voy, Mo.
Will promptly attend to all busine entrusted
to his care.
Administrator's Sale of
By virtue of an order made by the County
Court on the 12th day of August 1846, the
undersigned Administrator of the estate of
.... . ... .
Armstead Waddle, deceased, will proceed
to sell before the Court House door in the
town of Bowling-Green, Mo., on the first
day of the next November term of said coun
ty Court, on a credit of twelve months the
following described real estate, viz: the w.
half of the n. w. quarter of section 35, T55
n. r. 3 west. I he purchaser giving bond
with approved security for the payment of
the purchase money.
Administrator of the estate of Armstead
August 24, 1846.
f Sacks ground Allum, large and full, for
' sale by.
S. S. Allen,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowuiie-GaEcir. Mo.
Will promptly attend ta all business entrusted
to his care.
mm mm aiibiul.
TAM now in receipt of the second arrival o
Spring and Summer Goods; also. Groceries'
Queensware, Boots, Shoes and Bonnets, which
I offer at a very small advance on cost, lo those
who buy for money, or in exchange for good pro
Louisiana, Mo. A pril 25th, 1 846.
Raddles, single and double reined Bridles
blind Bridles, Martingales, Horse Collars, just
coeivea ana tor saie tow ny
C. JACKSON & BRO.
JEWETTS celebrated Patent Cary Ploughs
just received and for sale by
AgS E.&D. DRAPER.
Barrels New Orleans M u.ven. a l- od ar-
ucie.jusirec u ana tor sa:c r v
. & IJ. DR ER
' Saiks Liverpool Blown Salt, just ree'd
y :r good order and for sale low Ly
K. & D. DRAPER.
U. S. Mail racket.
The splendid, and light
draught passenger steamer
ATLAS, Ilont. A. Helly
Master, will hereafter run as a regular pack
et between St. Louis and Keokuk, making
two trips a week: Leaving St Louis cveryj
Tuesday and Friday evening at 5 o'clock
P.M. Returning will leave Keokuk Wed
nesday, and Saturday nights, and Quincv
every Thursday and Sunday at 8 o'clock
A. Ju; Marion LityatH o'clock, and iiannioai
at 11 o'cldck; Louisiana at 2 o'clock same
day, aj,riv7n'at St. Louis during the night.
0f- passcii&ers and shippers may rely on
her punctuality, and continuance iu the
trade. Evet--exertion will beusedtogive
satisfaction." A portion of the public pat-'
run age is respectfully solicited. For freight
or passage apply on board.
Sept, 1. 1846
J , .
V Few pieces (splendid patterns) for sale
very cheap at
BLOCK h BETTS'.
BOTH fine and coarse grit, just received per
steainer'Tempst, and for sale low by
iTjoTlTtRIBBLL. JACOB BLOCK
HAVE received per late arrivals a fresh stock
of DRY GOODS and Groceries, whic-
vvill be fold at Louisiana prices for cash or proh
nice at their store in spencerbnrg.
TKIBiSLE & BLOCK
G. N. MeConaha,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ci A.Esv.tLi, Mo;
Will promptly attend to all buiness entrusted
8R0.IDIIE.1B it Fllifi Lawyers
Will bestow their joiut attention uron
business entrusted to either.
J. O. Broadhead,
rrOVEYrLrF, LouuiaM, M.
T. J. C. Fas-.
JTT0R.YEY AT LAW, Bowling-Grvn, Mo
No. 19, Main Street, St. Louis, Missouri,:
AS COJYSTA.VL 1 O.V HJtJS
own Manufacturing. UTioUs
tuooii of Tltfatul COPPER WARE, Shed
Iron, Win, STOVES, GRATES, onievtry oM-
t articlt in that linr nf business, 21" Cheap lor
A NY quantity of fancy Toys for sale very
low by H. E. BLOCK & Co.
April 25th, 1846.
E R steamer Laclede, a first rate assortment
of Iron and Steel, which we offer at St. Louis
BLOCK & BEITS
Saddle, 1 1 arness & Trunk
CniRLBVILLE & Co.,
HAVE removed from Water to Georgia St.,
one door above Doct. Barlett's Drug store
where we will be pleased to wait upon our old
mends, and those wishing to purchase any
thing in the Saddlery line.
We are determined to sell Saddles, Br i-
lles, Martineales &c. cheaper for Cas.i
than they can be Obtained at any other
;lace in this county.
Louisiana, Mo., July 24th, 1346.
II. E. Block & Co.,
GEJYERAL PRODUCE, FOR WARvIJYG
nsier sircei, lADiMiiniii inv
AJYD COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
and Dealers in nil kinds of Merchandize
suitable for the trade.
"rnst received and for sale a largelot of
J sorted Castings, cheap for cash at
- SiTiO. 70..F5
WISE & TINKER
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS
Just ree'edatthe CHEAPCASH STORE
Corner of Main and Georgia Streets,
LOUIS IJYA, MISSOURI,
k CHOICE lot of DRY GOODS, which
makes our assortment complete; and we
determined to sell lower than ever for Cash.
Call and see
WISE & TINKER.
ONE HUNDRED & TWENTY Sacks
Ground Allum a!t just received in good
order and for gale low bv
E. & D. DRAPER.
FIFTY BARRELS Pittsburgh Salt (fine
rucic just receiven ann ior saie low lo
ash at if-No. .1Q..;?
I Vi WISE & TINKER.
S P. Murray,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Lokim. Jlfc
Will promptly ottend to all business entrusted
w Ms cam
IjYDIJIJY Q UEEJY FEGETJIBLE
SUGAR COATED PILLS .
jfOMPRISE the tonic and anti-bili'ous. The
Tonic Pills are acknowledged to be the most
.uccesslul medicine ever offered to the public.tor
die treatment and cure of Ague and Fever, Chills
iiiil r ever. Bilious, Kemitteut and lnnaramalory
Fevers. In Intermittents or Agues, where or
ganic derangement has not taken place, these
nils, never tail to make a permanent and lasting
cure, wiinin iz to is nours, wunoui uie aia oi
any other medicine. So great, indeed, is their
eiiicacy, that a permanent cure nas alway s oeen
warranted the directions being strictly followed
But tiis medicine has now become so generally
known, and so extensively used' throughout the
western and south-western States, that such a
warranty is no longer asked or expected The
Indian uueen Vegetable ourar loaiea tonic
Pills, will be found highly beneficial in all casses
of debilityespeCially in those cases produced
by repeated and long continued attacks ol lever, l
and in promoting digestion. From one to three
ol -these fills, taken twenty or thirty minutes
before eating, will seldom fail to excite a healthy
appetite, promote digestion, give tone to the
tomach, and - invigorate the system' generally.
Dr. Bragg's Sugar Coated Pills have been thor
oughly tried, and long experience has fully es
tablished their superior eiiicacy over every other
medicine ever ouered to the public lor the radi
cal cure of every forn of disease, and particularly
of those bilious affections so prevalent thorught
out our southern and western States. The
proof of this is fouud in the fact that those who
have once used these Fills have, ever alter pre
ferred them, and resorted to their use in prefer
ence to any other kind or medicine returning
regularly at the commencement of each sickly
season Inr their supply ol this valuable medicine,
and urging their friends to do the same. Innum
erable cascs of Chills and Fever, obstinate and
of Ion:; standing, have been so suddenly cured by
BragiM fill's thatthtir.tffects have'almost appear-
eu miraculous. uie pauem who uouuis ui,
try them, and he will find himself equallydelight-
ed and astonished.
Indian Queen Sugar Coated Anti-Bilious
Pill, have been found to be pccular ly and
especially valuable in the treatment of the lollow
ing diseases,, viz: Indigestion, Dispepsia, Foul
Stomach, Headache, bcrolula: Loss ol Appetite
Foul Breath, Swimming in the Head, Bad Cough
and Cold, Diarrhea, Net vous Affection, Jaundice,
Obstructed Menstruation, Costiveness, Cholera
Morbus, Disease of tne Kidneys, Pains in the
Backend Breast, Morbid Appetite, Heartburn,
Worms BiiliousCholic, Languor.Lassitude, Faint
y --I ii ui turn iMiiiwsie viiviiv) sswsssstw , w
1JYD of AtWjing Turns, Palpitation ol the heart, Vertigo or Diz
ale and Relai. zinttt, and all diseases arising from impurities
i of the blood. Price. 25 cents.
A word to those who were afflicted with Chills
and Fever at least eight months during the pa.-t
year, and who, in their vain efforts to rid them
selves of that loathesome disease, too'i alleast una
lozen boxes of quinine pills, which can never, in
a proiracteu case, euec. a permanent cure.
On the first attack of chills in the forepart of
the season, it should be eradicated entirely from
thesvstem. unless vou wixh to be tormented
with it for months, or be subject to relaie every
fourteen days, or oftener. To effect this permi-
nent cure Dr. Bragg s Indian lueen hugar Lo
afed Tonic Pills are the only infaltile remedy
khown. They will never fail to effect a perma
nent cure when used according to the directions.
It is in no respect aisagreeable to take these Pills,
on the contrary their sugar coating makes them
exceedingly pleasant and agrreaNe to the taste.
Alter taking litem, and realizing their good el-
frets, your Duty will require of you to make known
to others afflicted with disease, the wonderful
vinue of these Pills. The sacred writings enjoin
to love v.-o neighbor and that k-re is best man
nested by eforts to benehl him.
the sickly season is new ajproacl:ing anil
it you would ward off disease, and avoid being I
confined to your bed for a single day diirintr the!
season, lose no time in procuring a supply ol Ur.
liraggs Sugar Coated Pills, and aho Dr. Bragg s
Pamphlet, ( which any agent will furnish youtl
and try for once to dispense with calomel, arsenic
and antimony. Do this and let the result be)
known and y our neighbors will follow your ex-1
ample and proht by it.
-1 ney win ruin our craii s - sucn is uie cry I
raised by the Doctors against Bragg's Sugar Cor-1
ted Pills. The "regular practice" has wofully di
minished in every place here these Pills have
come into use and this excites the alarm I
and indignation of the mineral Doctors, and hence I
the furious war waged by them against these!
Pills. The Mineral Mixers well know from
observation that the virtues of these pills do far ex
ceed any of their poisonous compounds. They
anow uiai villus ami r evers, Diiiious f evers.
t . fiLrii. i T". nfV - i
and all chrome diseases, promptly yield to the!
power oi tins piu ana nence uiey charge that
antimony, calomel, arsenic or prussic acid, orl
some other powerful drug enters into the com
position ol this medicine forgetting or not know
ing that mild vegetable preparations are in har
mony with the laws of nature, and more agreea-l
Die 10 our consiuuiion limn any mineral canl
possibly be. This fact accounts for the trium-
phant success in the west of Doctor Braggs Su
gar Coated Pills.
Otitis Before the Mat or.
Stats or Missoeai. )
Citj jf St. Louis.
DocToa A. G. Baaoo, bing by me duly
sworn, deposes and says, that his Sugar Coated
Pills, now so generally known and soextensive-1
r used 'hroughout the Southern and western
tntes, do not contain one particle of mineral of
any kind, as has been erroneously stated. He
lunner s ales tnat he is ax this time ma nufacrur-
ing and putting up, ready for market, from 25 to
dO.OUu boxes of these per week, and that the or
ders and calls Irom agents and others for these
Pills, have become so numerous, even at this
healthv season of the vear. that some annlina-
tlons are necessarily delayed from ten to twelve
days, on account of deponent's inability to man-
uf.ipfurff them fiutholwh Ininnm fh SajmmmJ
rncrdemsmf,' vr. tinge lurther states that it to
his inteninn to extend and increase his manufac-
until hsU fsin AivnisiK thai sinii(liAva an.l
i States with an ample supply of this celebrated
Sworn to, and snlscrised stfert , OSf'fA
day of June, A. D. 1846.' : ' T. Q. tikkd
.. . .... ;, Mayor of tbseitj of ft lVfltjS.
7For Sale at the fellowbg plaeea: .- .
Campbell & Watts, Bowlimr-Grten,
E. A D. Draper, Louisiana, ; s. -Sarah
Alem, Frankford, . .
John h Luke, ClarkiVille, : 1 ?
Parker & Meloan, Paynesvule, ' .
S O Minor, PrairievilW, .
Thomas & Carroll, New London, v.- -" ''
Hays & Lampton, Ralls connty, ' i
A. Cockran, Auburn, Lincoln eetatj.' "
Sept, 7,1146 ; t'
Boot and Shoe. Store;
Louisiana, Mittovri. r
NEWNAM & MARKLEY, grateful fer
the past patronage of the citizens of Pike
end the adjoining counties, have great plea
sure in informing them tnat they are bow
receiving a very large and splendid as
sortment of Customer made- Boots and
Shoes, which were made to order in Phil
adelphia. One of onr firm has' spent' the
summer in the East, and being an old And
experienced workman, he lias made thoice
selections of customer made and Eastern
work, which we intend selling at a very
small profit. We do not intend to say that
we have Boots and shoes to give away,
nor do we buy a culled and refused article
at auction for the sake ol selling lower than
our neighbors. But we do say, that the
Boot and Shoe business is our business, as
it is to that we have devoted special atten
tion; and that we have now the btstandkir
gest assortment of Butts and SAocaever 4f
ered by one house in this county, not only
of Eastern work, but of our otriiiminifbr-
ture, made in the most fashionable style, by
the best workmen, of eastern stock.
We have also a large lot of leather and
findings, viz: Best Philadelphia calf skier,
1 amnio boat skins. Liniue and JSindinfc
skins; coarse upper Leather; Hemlock snc
Oak tanned sole Leather, Auls, shock nini
Pegs, thread, Heel-ball &e. Ac; ail til
which we offer to our customers and tit I
public generally, on tetter terms than sr I
tides of the same quality can be had ii
the county. Please give ub a call befonl
IV WW AM & AlAnaVLLI.
Sept, 7, 1846.
Notice is hereby Given.!
To all creditors or othrrs intcrt strd
the estate of John R. Irby, deceased, I
at the next November term of Uie Pike rsu
tytjCourtl shall make a final scttlrmtcti
said cstateas administrator Ihrrcif, win
and where those interested can attend.
WM. WILLIS, Admiaistratff.
Sept 7, 1846
The Oldest Mereanfil
firm now in Pike counlil
XUST received at this old, well known b
large addition t their stock of Gooum
which they invite the attention or their Irxn
- ! and the public. Goods sold Low For fail 4
!goo1 Produce. E. & If. VHAVL.
JACOB BLOCK. THEODORE BI
TL'ST received a fresh supply of
ej STAPLE DRY COODS, which mi
sold low by BLOCK a BETTS,
Kennedy & CoM
At the HalL hare always on hand i
assortment of Wines and Lienors, Co
tionaries, Groceries ' &c. Call, yon I
are dry, and hare a PALO ALTO
DYER k P01NDFJCTER,
lirHOLESALE AND RETAIL Wi
Y EKSIN DRY GOODS, GRC
&C, &C, corner of Main and Market
St. Louis, f opposite the old market place,
now receiving large supplies, whinh they j
sell very low for CASHI
OME quick, or they'll be gene! ScsC
Skirts at the old established store
Aug 8. E. & D. DBA!
TCyff pounds Nails and Brads i
lU J ed just received and for s
August 8. E. & D. DKi-
SUPERIOR WHISKEY 25 bbls
per Die Vernon and for sale low
ERKSHIRE PIGS, a few choice
E. & D. DBA!
CAS T YOUR ATTENJIfl
m If Cs -rwr a V! I
A JQ l ij Yf '
WE wish every body to know
mind that we have a first r '
man! of Readv Made Oothine on balMi
ing of CoaU, PanU,' Vests, Shirts,
. ' aft
CHEA P amaxingly cliap, ' for CA
eanesUy tm' FZZ
cJtu tov7e verysangume u"
price will please the most lasuflwssf
Water street, Ltuislana Ms. ,