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Sale of Lands and Town Lois, for Taxes.
ril.e (A.iiitv..u., for tie year
NOTICE is hereby given, in pursuance of l iw, t! :.
v 7 nnds and town lots, in the Town f Louisiana
1J- remain unnjid. and unless said ta un-l all w!i tin n ..n Lc nuiu on it l.et.iro
l'n f.rstdav of Jbay next, said lauds town 1. ;. will, .n the fust day of May uf"ie
!:, be ottered for sale in the town of J. in
ii '.Ik: lowest bidder, or the person p-iyi",.; i!
f i and inched. Rale to cuniinne fi t in i ;:
tif iii! Town Collector.
Town Ta.es on the follow-y J.YDIA.Y (VEE.Y VEGETABLE SUGAR
Ebeen used with tireat success n Many j
of the diseases of the country instead of
s tor cleansiug the inemach, for conges-j
t initio:) o' t!.i: lrge internal ve.-el o the 6oi!y when!
liii i ll aie: sold, under the direction Liver is always d.-r i.nge.i, pro-.ciii the.
tlnol I.;rr?nng symptoms u:::i iai.es pii.se in inc.
Z r ;" : oiiioi."! il vern and Congestive Chills of our coun-
? aT "3'it'y- An.I a it is here vcrv important to remark
. i jin relation to tiiel:sl named disease, Congestive
E 'Chills which is a imladvoi'the most alarming and
? d-uigcrous nature; uely in?, i:i :tlmost every case,
Y 5 llii t-nl .;.. .,.(.,! i-fTi-rls nl-I'u? mHie:il I'aenlfv.
a . I I
Ji rtl-e tsxts and cosu due tnerc n,;,.,neu
e l;.xe a:nl cost, for the Icait amount
B. Burbridge's hdSt Ib2 21 whole lot. Shaw & Caldwell.
do lKI do do do
O N Bostick's heirs, 133 14 do do
do 134 do do do
do 198 do do do
do 199 do do do
do 203 do do do
do 204 do do do
Daniel Emerson, 49 8 do do 67 J -2c
W. Brown's heirs, 13G 14 do do
W B Clifton, 30 8 do do
Jas. Collins, 249 37 48 do
do 250 do 521-2 do
Wm.Carr, 485 59 42 do 64
do 470 55 5ft II inches do
Nath'ICarr. 483 58 whole do
K & J Griffith 385 43 do do
do 386 do do do
ERGlasby, 105 14 do do $2
Eirallunt 520 65 do do
do do do
Jai Jones, undivided half 139 15 30ft. do
S & G January 52 8 whole do 76 1-4
W E Jackson & Cook.
4 1-4 63 1-4
A tremendous Stock ITiiDotinded Sue-j
ecssof o. 114 A Mammoth Store,
the Largest In the Wet.
Old Established CUhkrJYo. Ill Main
street, St. Louis, Mj. Motto: Large
Sales and Small Profits.
T AM determined to sell lower than any other
K house west
I have this spring received the largest stock of
Spring asd Summer Ulothiso ever orougiuio
1847.1 Professional Cards.
the host iliitv'tcil e
dealing devastation and destruction around the; this market, and shall continue to receive weekly
land, to all of its devoted v ictims, with very few throughout the season. I will, by the first of
exceptions. This disease so fearful and apall- April, 1847, have onhandover 75,000 Garments
heirs 113 12 59111-2 do 1S3-1
do 238 21 35 do 6 1-4
do 243 39 50 do 6 1-4
Robert Jordan's heirs. 616 75 whole do 311-2
do 592 do do do 1-4
W S Lipscomb 58 6 do do 02 1-2
Ephraim Pierce's heirs 129 13 60 do 63 1-3 10 73 1-
do 273 31 21 do 63 1-3 1 1-4 6
do 276 31 21 do do 1
do 274 do 52 do do 1 1-4
do 275 do 30 do do 3-4
Dsniel Scott 612 do 60 do do 5
do 613 do 60 do do 3 3-4
do 615 do 60 do do 55
do 614 do 60 do do 3 1-4
Lister Voshell's heirs. 546 65 56 do do 06
E Maury 10 1-2 acrees fractional section 17, T. 54 Range 1 West. 53
Unknown 122 11 60 do do 3-4
do 123 II 60 do 03
do 126 12 51 do do 10
do 109 13 60 do 871-2 25$1,121-.
dt 130 do 40 ?o do 10
da. 103 15 55 do do 30
do 123 25 52 do do 05
do 277 do 60 do do 1-4
do 254 36 55 do do 08
do 25 do 47 do do 08
do 256 do 50 do do 121-2
do 305 do 55 do do 05
d 306 do 52 do do 05
d 307 do 56 do do 05
d 308 do 57 do do 10
si 310 37 60 do do 05
do 245 38 do do do 05
do 467 54 do do do 10
470 55 69111-2 do do 07
485 59 42 do 64 04 67
d 489 do 55 do 64 05 6fl
d 490 do 55 do 64 04 68
d 491 do 58 do 04
92 d 65 do 64 05 69
517 65 591-2 do do 08
518 do 56 do do 07
547 do 591-2 do do 07
Unknown. 548 do 59 1-2 do " 08
do 597 71 60 do do 05
do 598 do do do do 1 1-4
do 599 do do do do do
do 600 do do do do do
do 608 do do do do do
do 609 do do do do 21-2
do 610 do do do do 3 1-2
do 611 do do do do do
do 618 73 do do do do
do 619 do do do do do
do 581 75 do do do 1-2
do 582 do do do do do
583 do do do do do
do 584 do do do do do
do 624 do do do do do
do 625 do do do do do
do 626 do do do do do
do 627 do da do do do
do 577 do do do do do
do 578 do do do do do
do 579 do do do do do
do 580 do do do do do
do 628 do do o do do
do 629 do do do do do
do 629 do do do d do
do 630 do do do do do
do 631 do do do do da
Louisiana, Mo. March 11th, 1847. H. E. BLOCK, Clerk, n. t.
inr in its charattt-r ami symptoms, and so hor
rid an J ohstinute in its dire eiVccts upon the hit
man h-i'ly may always be prevented, and often
removed and entirely irradiated from the sys
tem hy a timelv and vigorous use of Dr. Bragg's
Sug.ir Coated rill. Thus like a heavenly mes
ncnger, snatching many a valuable life. Fath
er, mother, son, daughter, or mui h esteemed and
beloved friend, or lonely stranger from the jaws
of death, cheating the Grim Monster of his Vic
tim, and the undertaker of a very profitable trade
which he carries on between Death and the
All those ncrvouraflections and spasms such
as Uke place in croup and worms fever, and
teething in children, may always be prevented
and very readily removed by Dr. Bragg's Sugar
Coated Aiiti-liillious rills.
A CASE IN POINT.
A Planter, near Jackson, Miss., writes as fol
lows: My little boy, three years old, had had
chills for several weeks, with swelled abdomen,
and occasional strong spacms or slight fits. I re
sorted to the use of Duct. Bragg's Sugar Coated
Anfi-Billious Pills, and the happy result was
that they brought away from the little sufferer,
in about forty-eight hours, some dozen or two
of those Destotable Worms that infest the bow
els and destroy the lives of so many children.
The child' recove red immediacly.
STILL MORI'. EXTRAORDINARY. .
Doct. BR.if.r.: I was attactcd, three year ago
ilast spring, with chills and lever, which lasted
mc, with wry little intermission, fur about six
months. I was then taken with billions fever,
and upon recovering- from it, I thought I was
well of my old complaint, the chills hut in about
live weeks l war again vi-iiteu wan ague in a
strong form. From that time I had no more
healli. In the first place my spleen became very
painful and much swelled. My liver was also
enlarged, I lost my appetite, then had the jaun
dice and Lccamerery ye! low, and so it went on.
.My complaints all seemed to have passed into a
chronic lorm anil I looked more like a dead mau
than a live one. 1 look the advice of almost ev
ery Dnctur I saw, and I took Brandrcth's Tills,
id Peter's Pills Mul Sjpii;ton's l'iils, and
Green's Pils, ii.i.I Smith's Sng;r Coaled Pills,
OR. B. F. TRIMBLE, .
AVING located permanently in CUrks-
j the ciu-
a m ville. Mo , otfers his services to the citi
zens of the town and its vicinity, in
lice of Medicine and Surgery.
Being a graduate of Transylvania University,
Lexington, Ky., and having witnessed many of
the grand operations performed by Professor
Dcdlet of that place, he flatters himself that
he will be able, if called on, to render entire
satisfaction in every branch of his profession.
He hopes by the most assiduous attention to
the various duties of his profession, and mode
rate charges, to merit a share of publio patron
age. March 22, 1847.- 5m50.
of spring and Summer wear, which I am deter
mined to sell at lower prices than any other house
possibly 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 jiossess.
25rlst, Residing in the city of New York,
and having the advantage ol the mantel.
232d, Purchasing for cash, and manufactur
ing my own goods, saving thereby the manufac
turer's profit, fat least 20 per cent.)
2f 3d, Selling entirely for cash, or No. 1 city-
frgMth. From the tremendeons amount of bus!'
ncss that I do, I can all'ord to sell at a much
smaller profit than those who do a small busi
supplyed at a small advance, as I am deermin&l
to sell to every man that comes to this market
who has the ready cash. All I ak is for you
to loo's through my stock, when I am confident
that you will acknowledge that JUabtim nas me
largest and best assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING
ever brought to this market, and that I am offer
ing them at such low prices ss will defy any and
'Tis no trouble to show goods. Retail cus
tomers will find it greatly to their advantage to
purchase from me, from the fact that I have the
largest 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 haabnt one Store,
No. 114, MAIN STREET.
Er"Look at the big Stone Sign.J ,
On the pavement; on topof the house.abig number ATTORNEY AT LAW.Bowli.nc-Gbiss,!:.
, , . . .... . J Will promptly attend ta all business entrust! d
I have the largest, deepest, (114 feet) and1. i: ' "
nigncsi siore mine cny in ine oacs enua n'.rgci
Se5 The undersign having associated
themselves together in the practice of
Medicine, offer their professional services to
the citizens of Louisiana and the adjacent coun
Business entrusted to their care will receive
their joint and undivided attention. &rr0'n,;c
orner of Main and South Carolina s'retls. '. '
S. W. BUCKNER.
Louisiana, Mo., Feb. 1st., 181.
st. louis. m0.
Rooms 46 second street between Che? nut .u J
Sept, 1, 1846.
L. A. Welch,
Jl TTORA'E Y A T LJl IV, Troy, Mo
Will promptly attend to all business entrusted
to his care.
N. P. 31 i nor,
ATTORN FY AT LAW, BuwLisu-GaEc.O'o
Office in the Court House.
ATTORNEY AT L.1IV, BuvlinCrccn, M.
Regularly attends the Circuit Courts ol 1 ike
Ralls, Lincoln, Warren and Montgomery.
S. S. ATlcii.
lookingglass, eovering the entire end.
JOHN T. MARTIN,
No. Il l Main street, St. Lous.
J.vcon Block. Thekodor Betts
BLOCK & BETTS,
Water Street, Louisiana, Mo,
"B 3 ESPECTFl'LLY invite the attention ofi
Jl , their friends and the public to their prcs-
and Wright's Indian Pills, b'.-si.hs Srt;;s and
SarsaparilLs, aii.l I don't kn r.v vh..t ail. Last
spring I was induced to m-Ac another tri:d, ami
l iook yoi.r M:par L onted Tills, and thank .J,U ::t ick of Goo Is; comprising a complete as-
.hit it at lat. I sinn Uean to mend. I kepl:.ortm,i! nf ov.r nr;,.!. in thn tin whuh flu.
taking them and kept getting b. tier. I have tu-: Farmer may need, the Mechanic want, or the
. . I 1 . . . . 1 l T.fl. -
kcii oiiht uieuiruie sinee i co;r.mrnccu wun i ladies desire.
yours 1 am now well and am following mv bn- Jo our old customers we say that B'e art ea
siness again. I his is a short history ot my cure. ,,,;,. k. .itrjA nn,l t.,ns, lm ..,n.
.! T 1: i. : t .it - . """--"-
If you think it is worth puMishimr; I wish every
body might hear ofit.forGod knows it was a
hard one. Your Medicine stands very hii;h here
and I believe it to be all the good medicine (here
is in tliis section, and I consider myself, now, a
pretty good judge.
J A M KS W I LKKKSON .
Jj'For Sale at the following places:
Campbell & Watts, Bowling-Green,
Li. & I). Draper, Louisiana,
Sarah Alcm, Frank ford.
John L Luke, Clarksville.
Parker & Meloan, Payncsvillc,
S O Minor, Prairievillc,
Thomas M Carroll, Grass-creek, Pike co.
Hays & Lampton, New London
LOckran, Auburn, Lincoln countv.
Britton & Woolfolk, Troy, Mo.
Mareh, 22d, 1847.
iuu Acres ol first rate
Land for Sale;
Belonging to the estate of R P Pettet, dee'd.
MTHIS land is not surpassed by any tract
of land, of the same size, iu the county
of Pike, situated about two and a half!
miles from Louisiana, on the road leading!
TO LOVERS OF FINE STOCK.
S35 The subscriber, living one mile East
of Louisville, Mo., has brought from Ken
tucky a fine young Jack, now offer hisser
vices to those who feel disposed toimj.rovc
Description Ho is 4 years old, full 14
1-2 hands hiilL. fine bone, hlnrlr mlnr
from said town to Bowling Green, abou-.jand was sired by old Royalist, for which
45 or 50 acres under cultivation, with good his dam Annct, Cant. Geo. Cart cnttr thv'
warmers, JLook to Your
fpiH-. subscribers having made the nccessa
ry arrangements, are now nrenare.1 in
pu"-haseany quantity of HEMP, WHEAT,
liAUIN, JLiAKJJ, I' tiAA SEED, &c, &c
r or wiuen iney win pay me Highest market
price in Casu.
2j? They are also making preparations by
which they will be enabled to store, ship, or
sell on commission, any produce, or mpn Lni.
disc, which may be entrusted to them.
. H. E. BLOCK & CO.
' " - r -1 1 i i
- Dissolution of Copartnership.
HMHE copartnership existing between the un
JL dersigned from the 29th day of Septem
ber 1816, under the firm and style o:' B. F.
Uf.S j,K ii Co., is this day dissolved bv
1 A FT I .,,.,... J "
' eonseni. i nose macDicu to me iirm are re
quested to make payment to B F Hcsscr. who i
authorized to receipt for all monies due the firm
since me uaie ol said copartnership.
B V HESSER.
Ashley, Mo., March 1st., 1847.
to Louisiana with the intention of buying good
where they can get them cheapest, we would
solicit to call on us, examine our goods and
prices. We liavc on hands a first rate assort
Including epery thing generally kept in a Dry
Goods Store, also many articles not generally
GROCERIES Ujit &Caps Boots & Shoes;
Hardware and Queer.swnre.
IROm S,- STEEL,
The best assortment in Louisiana, at St. Louis
Ovens, Skillets and Lids, Waggon Boxes, and
Irons, &c, &C..&.C.
bbls. Superior brand, in Store
Nov. 30th, 1846.
Kf Sacks Ground Allum and Liverpool 50
AtJVf Sacks Turk Island, and 100 bbls. refined
S F. Murray,
ATTORXEY AT ..7'. LomstW M
Will promptly attend to all business entrusted
to his care.
No. 19, Main Street, St. Louis, Missouri,
;n as co.vsr.f.Yxr o.yha.yd his
k g oirnMinnf,ielurine,tt Wholesale and Retail
supplit of Tl.Yaru! COPPER WARE, Sheet-
lrvn Htn, HI (J I 7..V, URATES, and ever u oth
er article in that line nf business, 23 Chvap for
33-CHEAP C.1SII BOOK STOJIE
J. II A LK ALL.
7 HOLES ALE and Retail Bookseller and
Stationer. No. 124. Main Street. Saint
Louis, Mo., keens on fianu a splendid assortment
School, Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Books;
Quills, Ink, Wafers, Steel Tens and
Slates, Writing and Wrapping
Papers; Blank Books
in great variety, together with every other arti
cles in his line of business.
Books l.uuud in the best manner.
Call and examine Ko. 124, Main Street, St.
or Sugar house, ai
9f) Kegs superior article.
ov. ouui, ioiu.
fin Gallons assorted, just received.
JUU Nov. 30th,
ft bbls. Superior Sugar house, and Five bbls
few very choice ones both coarse and fine
Cheap for Cash orTrade!
li.scd hiirij.f ?HE under sigred. beg Icnvo to inform
2f HAVING a large assortment of TIN
IVAnn .. , .
nrm. on nana larger man was ever
kept in Louisiana before, which I nut de
termined to sell, as low as the same arti
cles can be liniurht in St. I.nnia nt -.-..-
I sale or retail prices, I would resncctfullv
solicit a call from the farmers and merchants
i.. u. i.. -r". :uu .i..: .i r .
iuu vuiumgi uiciciu, iciiiii wiuua uiuuc cenueuiau iroin wno:n 1 r.u
A 1 . . 1 ' . . - - - . I 7. li
10 accomtnouaie purchasers. Any person paid to Mr. Wm. Hickman of !'.. m ben co triends am: ti n public genernll- th
wtsiiiug lucuuuiicurDurcuiise, wiu pieuse Jvy., loinu wnen lie was a col;. i!-ve ccminciicca the manuictory ol, uii
Persons will please call on the undersign - T?i ,T .raU,""'rtinent! Beeswax, Tallow, or feathers, at -he higl
ed, at his residence near Louisville, and cx- " f ..J h? '.t',. chst market nrice. in exchanre for anv art!
amino lor themselves.
call on the undersigned.
n v .11 , 1 1 . . . i. I
mr i wui aiso seu me tract ol land on
which I now reside, on reasonable terms,
containing 240 acres. Persons wishing to
purchase will please call and examine for
NOTICE THIS I
Bi;isTi:,i)s: hedst ka nsn
i ti.uir ot tne country, before they purchase elsc
at thev' where. JOHN T. BELL.
w dt N. B. I will take old copner. old Dewter.
eJ. T. Bell,.
worker of Copper, Tin,
and sheet Iron,
AVING located himself in Lcuisiana, will
keep constantly on hand a good supply of
Tin and Sheet-Iron ware, at wholesale and re
tail. His establishment is en Georgia street, one
door west of the store of E. G. McQuie.
Louisianu, Nov. 9th, 184(.
TIME IS MONEY.
HAVING supplied myself
with material, and secured the
services of an experienced
mechanic, I am prepared to re
pair all kinds of Watches.
Clocks, Jewelry &c, with
neatness, at the shortest notice.
W. K. KENNEDY,
32 N B. W. K. K. still attends to onwa-
tions on the Teeth, as heretofore.
Louisiana, .'Wo. leb. 1st, 1847.
Varch 29th, 1847.
EW Hemp Seed for sale low by
.March 29th, 1847.
C. JACKSON & BRO.
4 Good assortment of Saddlery, Spanish
JL uall Spanish, fallback, and Sied
j Saddles; Bridles and Aartingales, for sael
;very low by I. N. BRYSON & Co.
ti.ev will sell low li.r Qmh nr ..., 1
- -- - -- , uivi v u. i u ta
ble produce, deliverable iu Louisiana.
fi" Call and see our work at our shop one
door below Wise & Tinker's on Main street.
IS" Wood taken in exchange for work.
E. F. fit G W. ADAMS.
N. B. Coffins made on reasonh) fa,. .
ii. .1...-. . """ uuu
' Biioriesi nonce. ti r a U w A
Louisiana, Mo., January 25th, 1817.
market price, in exchange for anv arti
cle in my line J T B
Louisiana, March 15th, 1847.
5 Cases Shoes and Boots, of all sises and
qualities, just onened bv
Nov. 16th. 1. N. BRYSON &Co.
A Dozen Beaver. r'ni.i'nM,.. ...i c;u, it. ;
1 V...HUUO U(U lima ftt
ijf test stylo. I N BRYSON & Co.
November lb'lh, 1846
(IIIlRLEVILLli & Co.
HAVfc removed from Water to Georgia St.
one door above Doct. Kartell's Druff stci e
where we will be pleased to wait upon our old
incnas, anu tnose wishing to purchase any
thing in the Saddlery line.
VVe are determined to sell Saddles, Bri
dles, Martingales &c. cheaper for Cash
than they can be obtained at any other
place in this county.
.Tf" Our friends in the country who wish
bills struck, or job work of any kind neat
ly executed, can bo accommodated at this
office, at the shortest notice, and upon the
most reasonable terms.
Banner Office, March 8th, IS 17.