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" At Ins residence in tliis County on Thurs
day the 15 inst, William Biggs, for many
years one of our most prominent citizens.
Bavser OrncE, April, 19th, 1847.
- 65cts per bushel.
-.- - $375 perewt
35 ct per bushel.
- 30 per do. .
- 5 cts hog-round
9 a 1 lc per lb.
- 40 a 50c pergal.
- 4 1-2 a 6c per lb
6 1-4 a 7c per lb.
a 10c; Tallow, 6 Dry Hides, 7 c
Green Hides 3c Beeswax, 23c; Flaxseed, $1,00
per buslwl; Beans, 40 a 50c per bushel.
I ISS E. FENTEM, begs leave respectful-
IT I lv to inform the ladies of Louisiana and
the neighborhood, mat sne nas commeiu-eu uie
above business in all its branches, and hopes by
strict attention to business, good and fashionable
work, to merit a share of the patronage of the
ladies. She has just received and will Iimsli
to order, and sell at reasonable prices, a general
astnrtment of Bonnets, Ribbins, Flowers and
other trimmings, all of the latest styles.
35 Bonnets bleached, repaired, and "done
u'' on reasonable terms.
jf Residence in the frame building opposite
the Methodist Uhurcn.
April IfHh, 1847.
Mr. Editor: We have just received a
splendid assortment of IVew Goods, Ready
Made Clothing, Saddlery &c, &c, which
we will sell at St. Louis retail prices for
Cash or Produce. Place this notice in that
part of your paper allotted to candidates,
and all will see it.
I. N. BRYSON & CO.
THE partnership heretofore existing
between Wm. C Hardin & L.H. Mc-
Clure, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
It is absolutely necessary that those indebted to
us should call and settle their respective notes
and accounts, immediately.
Louisiana, Mo., April IsL, 1847.
DR. V. W. EMERSON, has located
in Louisiana for life. He will practice
ic in conjunction wiih Dr. Hardin. I hey
$3" We are authorized to announce T. J.
C i agg, as a candidate for the office of
Clerk of the County Court of Pike county,
at the next August election.
e are auinonzea 10 announce Jos Em
Koberts, as a candidate for the office of
Clerk of the county court, at the ensuing
We arc authorized to announce Timothy
Ford, as a candidate for the office'of Clerk
of the county court, at the ensuing August
S. F. Murray, is a candidate for the
office of Clerk of the county court, at the
ensuing August election.
We are authorized to priununce Smith S.
Allen as a candidate for the office of coun
ty court clerk, at the ensuing August elec
tion. We are authorized to announce Joseph
S. Pepper as a candidate for the office of
Clerk of the county court, at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce John B.
Henderson' as a candidate for the office of
Clerk of the county court, at the next Au
Wc are authorized to announce William
Watts as a candidate for the office of Clerk
of the county court, at the ensuing Aug.
We arc authorized to announce CYRUS
J. BKOWN as a candidate for the office of
Clerk of the county court at the next Au
We are authorized to announce GRAN-
E. G. McftUIE,
DEA LER in Dry Goods, Groceries, READY
MADE CLOTHING, Produce &.c.
G. A. Salt.
TUST received a lot of G. A. SALT, which
is offered at $1 50c per Sack.
E. G. McQUIE.
TTUST received a t.irM bit of Shaker (?.iri!n
O Seeds, for sale by the paper or box.
E. G. McQUIE.
FOR THE SPRING OR SUMMER.
TUST received a lot of Cloth, Tweed -and
J Janes Coats fashionable HATS, Sic, cheap
r... r1 I. t i u.iinp
March 29th, 1847..
Joseph D. Withers,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
St Louis. MiHHOiiri.
SXTILL make liberal advances upon Tobac-
tf co ana ail other Produce consumed to
mm. jr urare on vine, Derween lirstand sec.
ond streets, at the "Vine Street Hotel."
.March 29th, 1847.
have, and will constantly keep on hand an ex-i ILLE L. McCLLRE, as a candidate for
ccllent assortment of fresh DRtGS & MLDI!tue omce ol Clerk of the county
CINES For S&le.
April 19th. 1847.
For Clarksville, Louisiana, Hannibal,
Marion CiliAQuincy, Lagrange, Tully,
Alexandria, Warsaw, Keokuk, Burling
ton and Orjuawka.
rrrHK new. elegant light draught, and fast
I running passenger steamer SIMON KEN
"fON, Hawkins, master, will run regularly
from St. Louis to the above mentioned ports,
touching at all the intermediate landings.
Leaving St. Louis on every Monday and
Thursday, at 4 o'clock, r m.
Returning will leave Keokuk on Tuesdays
and Saturdays, at 5 o'clock p. v, Warsaw, Al
exandria, Tully and Lagrange, same evenings;
Quiucy, on Wendnesdays and Sundays, at 8 o'
clock, a m; Marion City, Hannibal, Louisiana,
Clarks ville and Baily's Landing, same days.
For freight or passage, apply onboard.
April 19th, 1847.
J. W. SMITH,
SCOTT'S SPRING, MO.,
AS just received and is now opening a
1 I. w'g" and lashtonawe assorunem "
SPRING AND SUMMER STAPLE
together with a good assortment of superior
which will be sold on the very best terms.
April 12th, 1847.
fTIHE co-partnership heretofore existing be
A twecn JWarkley & Newjiam, is this day
dissolved bv mutual consent
April 1st., 1847.
Lorenzo Newnam. Samuel E. Allen.
NEWNAM & ALLEN,
J Having this day associated them- R
selves together in the Boot andJ
Mioe trade, lake this method of saying to the
citizens of Louisiana and its vicinity, that
they intend to keep on hand a complete as
sortment of Boots and Shoes of their own,
as well as of Eastern manufacture, which
they are detirmined to sell as, low as they
can be sold in Pike county.
"A nimble six-pence m better than a slow
shilling?1 and with this motto in view,
they are determined to trade on the cheap
cash system, with the hope of liberalpatron
age. NEWNAM. & ALLEN.
April 1st 1847.
the ensuing Aug. election.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
A. THOMAS as a candidate for the office
of clerk of the county court, at the next
We are authorized to announce AUGUS
TUS OURY as a candidate for the office
of cleit of the county court at the
DRY & GREEN HIDES, &c.
for which we will pay the highest market
price in iasn.
C. JACKSON & BRO
NOTICE is hereby given to all creditors and
others interested in the estate of James II.
Davis, dee'd., that the undersigned admin
istrator of said estate, will make a final set
tlement at the next June term of the Pike
county court, when and where those inte
rested can attend.
A. J. DAVIS, Adtn'r.
April 6th, 1847.
A LL persons are hereby notified that I hate
at Clarksville, Missouri.
J. Mct'ormick. E. Block, Jr.
23-RESPECTFULLY announce to th."
citizens of Pike and Lincoln counties, that
they have taken the Store House lately
occupied by H. E. Bradford, and are now
receiving and opening a general assortment
of Fancy Staple and Domestic
Groceries, Hard-ware, Crockery, and
All entirety new, which they now offer'
to purchasers at low prices for PRODUCE
ff" We solicit a call from those who vis
: ni l e .i . .
ii iidrksvuiu reeling connacnt that our
Goods and prices will give satisfaction to
all that wish to purchase.
IDrWe have a large and convenient
Warehouse connected with our store, and
are prepared to shin any Produce entrus
ted to us to any market desired upon rea
Clarksville, Mo., March 27th, 1847.
E. & D. DRAPER,
4 RE purchasing HEMP, CORN, BA
n. CON, OATS, LARD. HEMP SEED
&c, &c, for cash or merchandise at mar
Louisiana, March 1st., 47.
Ye are authorized to announce Wx. F i
WATSON as a candidate f-r the t;Fnr:
ot clerk of the circuit court, at ti.e ne-xt Au
We are authorized to announce D.
F. Stark, as a candidate for Clerk of the
Circuit Court, at the next Au-j. election.
We arc authorized to amn- Ja-mes M.
Martin as a candidate for ' .. " " f
Clerk of the circuit court, ' i
We are authorized to announce WILL
IAM M. IN LOW, as a candidate for the
office of Clerk of the circuit court, at the
next August election.
t obtained from the Clerk of the Pike county
court, letters of administration on the estate of
James II. Hawkins, dee'd. bearing date on the
loth day of .Varch 1847.
AH persons indebted to said estate are requested
m t to make immediate payment to the undersigned;
i.mi an persons Having cuums aguinsi saiil estate
'-.ire rrquette. to present them properly authen-
Tar, Molasses, Domestics, Music Books, &e. &c.
Also, Jewett's celebrated J'LOWS.
' Yankee White Beans for seed.
E & D. DRAPER
TUST receceived, and for sale for cash orjtomers will find it greatly to their advantage to
produce, a fresh supply of Coffee, Sugar, purchase from me, from the fact that I have the
A tremendous Mock Unbounded Suc
cess of No. 114 A mammoth Store,
the largest in the West.
JOHN T. MARTIN.
Old Established CUhiirA'o. 114 Main
street-. St. Louis, Mo. Motto; Large
Sales anil Small Profits.
I AM determined tc sell Ii wer man any other
... . Jjt..1 A J?
I have tins spring received me largest siock oi
SraiNC ixo Summer Jlothg ever orougni to
this market, and shall continue to receire weekly
throughout the season. 1 will,' hy the first cf
April, J847, Have on hand over ,uwunucuu
of spring and Summer wear, which I am deter
mined to sell at lower prices than any other house
nossiblv can; as it must be apparent to every one
that I can, from long experience, (15) years in
St. Louis,) and many advantages that I possess.
2flst, Residing in the city of New York,
and having the advantage of the market.
H2d, Purchasing for cash, and manufactur
ing inv own eoods, saving thereby the manufac
turer's profit, (at least 20 per cent.)
jDr3d, Selling entirety lor casn, or io. i cny
Or 4th, r rom the tremendeons amount ol busi
ness that I do, I can afford to sell at a much
smaller profit than those who do a small tmsi-ness.
sunulved at a small advance, as I am determined
to sell to every man that comes to this market
who has the ready cash. All I ask is for you
to loo'i through my stock, when I am confident
that you will acknowledge that abtix has the
largest and best assortment ot
READY MADE CLOTHING
ever brought to this market, and that I am offer
ing them at such low prices as will defy any and
Tis no trouble to show goods. Retail cus
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Mackerel, Salt, Cast
ings, Nails, Trace Chains, Horse Collars, Lin
seed Oil, White lead, Copal Varnish. Turpen
tine, castor Oil, Tea, &c &c, for sale by
M. BLUCK. & CO.
March 8th, 1S47.
-. i'.Iiiti (itie e:'.r from ;ind after the date
I Inter, or llu-v may be nreeluded from
h-.irinir ki-.v tj. ii'-lit of said estate, and if not pre
sented within three year they will be forever jlv from St Louis to the
barred. JOHN F. HEDGES, Adra'r.
March 22, 187.
NOTICE is hereby given to all creditors and
it'-pr interested in the estate of John Hen-
. ci-eased. that the
For Clarksville,- Louisiana. Hannibal.
Marian Oily, tyincy, Lagrange, Tully,
niexanaria, tvarsaio ana Aeokuk.
The new, eleeant lieht-
. 1.. j ... r-
jjl uiuugm, aim lasv running
iKwsener neamer Lit!
BERTRAM Chat nn
"i i iiiirr M aster, will run regular
e above mentioned Dorts.
touciiing at an uie intermediate landings.
LEAVING ST. 1.0 CIS
On every Monday and Thursday, at 5 o'clock,
Will leave Keokuk on Tuesdays and Fridays,
at 5 o'clock, p m; Warsaw, Alexandria, Tully
( OUN'TT StavEVllfl.
We areaulhorized to announce PERRY
A. CURRY as a candidate for thej office of
county surveyor, at the ensuincr Aususte-
Will hold his next "Law Day," on Satur
day the 8th day of May 1847.
LIST OF LETTERS
EMA1NING in the Post Office at Louis
iana, Jlfb., on the first day o!' ;ri! 1 S47.
which if not taken out in three months, will he
sent to the General Post Office as dead letters:
Th are now receiving a large and well as-
sorted stock oi uoous, suiiaure lor ine
season, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Q,ucensware, &c, &c,
which we will sell at very low prices for
Cash or Produce. Persons wishing to pur
chase Goods will please give us a call be
C. JACKSON & BRO
A C Campbell
Rev. Jacob Capps
G W Gregor
T M Grant
Thos J. Howard 3
R J Harvey
Mrs Mary Hughes
Sam'l P Hiles
Jliss Mary Ann Kelsoe
S R JMaddox
Wm B Pew
Ed Byram Rule
Comodore P Smith
John L Tribble
M W Watson
undersigned ad- and Lagrange, same evenings; Quincy,on Wed-
.i.inisti tor ' :.iJ estate, will make a final set- nesdays and Saturdays, nt 8 o'clock, a m; Ma-
lirintnt at the next June term of the Pike rion City, Hannibal, Louisiana, Clarksville and
county court, when hi ! where those interested ttauy s Landing, same days
March 15th. 1847.
J A.MKS A. ROBBINS,
N'OTKT. is herely given toall creditors and
others interested in the estate of George
W. Buckner, dee'd., that the undersigned has ob
tained from the Clerk of the Pike county court
letters ol administration on said estate, bear
ing date the I2tdayof Jan., 1847. All persons
having claims against said estate are hereby no
tified to present the same, properly authentica
ted, within one year from the date of said letters,
or they may be precluded from having any bene-
lit ot said estate, and it not presented within
three years they will be forever barred.
JA.il r.9 A. KUUttliNS, AUm'r.
March 15th, 1847.
NrOTICE is hereby given to all creditors
and others interested in the estate of Rob-
of the Pike
Every pains having been taken to render the
above packet in every way superior in accom
modation and speed, together with the utmost
punctuality in the times of arrivals and depart
ures, snippers ana passengers can iuiiy rely
upon tie present arrangement. For freight or
passage, apply on board.
II. E. BLOCK & CO.,
On- Water St., Louisiana, Mo.,
ARE now opening one of the most
complete stocks of DRY GOODS.
GROCERIES, HARD-WARE, QUEENS-
WAKE, TIN-WARE, IRON, NAILS and
CASTINGS, &c, ever offered for sale in this
place. As regards prices and onalitv of the
goods, they challange any competition and for
the confirmation of this fact, a ca'! only is nec
essary. H. E. B. & Co.
ert Doty, deceased, that the
haa nni.,.. :'"a .
county court, letters of administration CH!
the estate of said dec'., bearing date 2nd.
All persons having claims against said es
tate are hereby notified to present the same
1RO.Y Sr STEEL,
A complete assortment for sale by
II. E. BLOCK & CO.
Unrest and most fashionable stock of clothing in
the city from which to select and I am confident
that in point of style and fit. my stock cannot be
equalled in the West.
Bear in mind Martin has hut one Store.
No. 114, MAIN STREET.
STJLook at the big Stone Sign.U
On the pavement; on top of the house, a big number
I have the largest, deepest, (114 feet) and
highest store in the city in the back end a large
lookingglass, covering the entire end.
JOHN T. MARTIN,
No. 114 Main street, St. Lous.
J. T. Bell.
worker of Copper, Tin,
and sheet Iron,
HAVING located himself in Louisiana, will
keep constantly on hand a good supply of
Tin and Sheet-Iron ware, at wholesale and re
tail. His establishment is on Georgia street, one
door west of the store of E. G. McQuie.
Louisianu, Nov. 9th, 1846.
100 Acres of first rate
Land for Sale;
Belonging to the estate ofRP Pettet, dee'd.
THIS land is not surpassed by any tract
of land, of the same size, in the county
of Pike, situated about two and a half
miles from Louisiana, on the road leading
from said town to Bowling Green, about
45 or 50 acres under cultivation, with good
log buidings thereon. Terms will be made
to accommodate purchasers. Any person
wishing to examine or purchase, will please
call on the undersigned.
3 I will also sell the tract of land on
which I now reside, on reasonable terms,
containing 240 acres. Persons wishing to
purchase will please call and examine for
themselves. MOSES KELLY
NEW Hemp Seed for sale low bv
C. JACKSON '& BRO.
March 29th, 1847.
A large lot at a "pretty steep price," by
H E'BLOCK & CO.
properly authenticated, within one year from' Of all kinds and prices by
.1... . .1 vr-n
the date ol saia letters, or ney may be
precluded from having any benefit of said
estate, and if not presented within three
years, they will be forever barred.
WILLIAM M. CLIFFORD.
March 15tb, I847- Administrator
H. E. BLOCK &CO.
Wm S Watson
Henry or David Wiest.
E. B CARROLL, P. M.
April 3d, 1847.
New Goods! New Goods!
AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE,
50. C. TINKER, tenders his sincere
.1 I . - .1 LI r . 1 ! la..-An-
. ; . .... . J ii . i licrpi ii. utpII na orpater ease and laciutv
lore extended to Wise EL linker, ne lanes . :
this method of informing his friends and the,"! performing the work
public, that be has just received per steamer
"Senator" a complete assortment of DRY
GOODS. GROCERIES. &c. which he is de
termined to sell at his usual low prices for Cashing elsewhere, as in every case of a failure
in hand. in performance to the satisfaction of the
2f - Call and see, and he will satisfy you that , ci,aSer, the machine can be returned and
he is selling Goods LOWER than any other ithe money refunded s. N. PURSE,
house in the upper country. Ashley, Mo., March 22, '47- 6w50.
Louisiana, March 8th, 1847. '
TIIIUSIIIM M Hill Mi
THE subscriber intends making, and will
have complete, in time for the approaching
harvest, several first rate four horse
The horse power to these machines bc
ng somewhat different to the ordinary ma
chncs through the country, renders it much
in re durable and of lighter araugn. to the
Jf Persons wishing to purchase ma
chines of the above description, are re
quested to give me a call before purchas-
BOOTS and SHOES,
An excellent assortment, very low, by
II E BLOCK & CO.
ofevcry description, at reasonably low prices.
H. E. BLOCK cCO.
Negroes for Sale,
One nrgro woman, about 45
years of age, a good house ser
. vant, and a hkt ly boy about
'eight years old, belonging to the
estate of Betty Pony dee'd.
Apply to EDWIN DRAPER.
March 4th, 1847.
T 1 Cases Shoes and Boots, of all
qualities, iust opened bv
Nov. 16th. I. N. BRYSON &Co,
4 Dozen Beaver, Cassimere and Silk Hats la
test style, I N BRYSON & Co.
November 16th, 1846
TO LOVERS OF FINE STOCK.
25" The subscriber, living one mile East
of Louisville, Mo., has brought from Ken-
a bnt roUiitr Jack, now offer his ser
vices to those who feel disposed to improve
Description He is 4 years old, full 14
1-2 hands high, fine bone, black color, &c.
and was sired by old Royalist, for which &
his dam Annet, Capt. Geo. Carpenter, the
gentleman from whom I purchased him,
paid o Mr. Wm. Hickman of Bourben co.
Ky., $3000 when he was a coK.
Persons will please call on the undersign
ed, at his residence near Louisville, and ex
amine for themselves.
March 29th, 1847.' 3w52.
VGood assortment of Saddlery, Spanish
half Spanish, Fallback, and Sied
Saddles; Bridles and 3artingales," for sael
very low by I. N. BRYSON & Co.
iS5 Our friends in the country who wish
bills struck, or job work of any kind neat
ly executed, can be accommodated at this
office, at the shortest notice, and upon the
most reasonable terms.
Banner Office, March 8th, 1847
S. S. Allen,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,Bowlinc-Geien,Mo.
Will promptly i'ttend t:i business entrusted
ito ins care.