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T. 1 I . M 1
Auywr iius ponneuiy condemned t! :r
views and conduct too, 0n tins subject. Tbt
A New York letter says: I spoke the
other day of the flood of produce which the
Hudson would pour down immediately on
fiii- L.H. a'CLURB
'JVIKLS tins method of tendering his thanks
to the public, for the liberal patronage eS
(ended to him, during the cxistci.ei. nf r,-r.
oi nardm ii. jHuLlure
We are authorized to unco T J
Since flti liccnlnf O. "FArzn nan rqnlMit fn. - .r - r
ot the nrm, he has determined to locate himself Clerk of the County Court te county,
the opening ol t he navigation. Here is a oflerhis protessimial servlc C0 the 'Z ofj W S T '
sample. I lie Albany Argus of the 9ih, says:l,?etownan'1 i,s vicinity, heping by strict uttcn-L e are authorized to ann6 Josnrn
.The tow-boat loaves for New York i l.;Bl."n lo Hv a"d moderate charges, to receive a!5?n?RTS' 83 a candidate for office of
morning, carrying amongst a host of
odd notions, 18,025 bbl
ashes; 679 do. whiskey; 2,858 do. seed 55,-
AAA 1 . j A n n . '
vuv ao. oais; j,ou U barley; 16,000 do. rye.
This is just the first ripple of the tide.
Old Print The New Hampshire
Gazette, published at Portsmouth in that
State, has entered upon its ninety-third
year. It is a good democratic sheet and
tlie oldest in America.
share of public patronage,
(lour- il ili 'r 0 , uwigra Mrrfi, oposile
Hour, l ilo.jl, Jsi. IJrvson'c stl,r n. ,.i i '
.. . . : " " tilM
ol Jiainl s new IIolcl.
Louisiana, April 2G, 1847
DOLLARS WORTH OF
court, te ensuing
Regular Scmi-wwUIV Packed,
Fur ClarkxvUlc, Louisiana, uanmoai,
Marian Citify Quincy, Lagrange, Tully,
ilexundria, Warsaw and Keokuk.
The splendid, new and fiast running pas-
sengcr steamer UU.ain havi,,
Wnitne y, Jr., master, has resumed her regu
lar trii. maki'i!? two trios a week, Dhe
u. - . -. - 7 o - .
... . r- . 'P...n4. anH
will leave si. iioiuson every x umuoj
Friday evening, at 5 o'clock, and arrive at
ClarksviHe every Wednsday :uid Saturday
at R o'clock- A. M. Louisiana at 1 o'clock,
iinniu ;in 1 sin.i in anon uuv uin v wivi-
DEALER in Dry Goods, Groceries, READY
MADE CLOTHING, Produce &c.
G. A. Salt.
TTTJST received a lot of G. A. SALT, which
,3 is offered at $1 Due per aac.
PLANTS. A living collection of rare
and curious plants has been received at
Washington from Tampico, and placed on
the Conservatory at the Patent Office.
They are a present from Major General1
.5 Monument. The people of St. Clair
county, ill., are raising lunds for the erec
tion of a monument to the memory of the
brave men, from that county, who foil in
the battle of Iluena A'ista.
J L SI' DECEIVED AND NOW OPENING,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Bonnets,
Hits and Cups, Shoes and JU.ls, h'ea-
ny Made CUtting. Saddrry,
Hardware, Q irensirare, Tin
and St nrtoare, Drugs,
lihtrs. Dye StfJJ's,
Glass, Iron and Cast
ings, A'uls, Groceries,
Pitl.,!,h) ah, G. .1. and Lii cr-
U. S. Troop. Tw New Orleans Even-! ,r- 'Ir'VI' . Bra'd!h
ing Bulletin of the 17th inst., says: Thej , 1 "trSur f"r -W;rW 4-r., -c;
steamer Talma, trom Louisville, "broiiTht1 1 oolir ri'"nrr. !itock' mA, s more gem
down two companies of U. S. troops. TheT011'""'1 " " Uua"' k'Il l' a,,-v w,e
Circassian, from Pittsburjjli, brought down I .1 1 e 1 c .1 ... i
one company and three WtachmW anS H
the steamer M mnlatneer. Iron Pittsbtir h.'f.. n..,.,....n, !-.t .......1.1 ....
lierk- .it the county
We arc authorized to annot Timothy
. uhU, - canui.jaie ior me e of l-lerk Qlllncv at 12 o'clock, Lagrange Canton and
Ol the countv fniirt. at t!ii A ,...ctr .. -. ; . 1 i 1 .M.il
, . w ' "B l UllV ai a O ClOCK P. M , liKXiiiiuna
election. , . . . ?'..r.i, r.
anu arsaw ui 4 u uiuuti, avi" w
S. F. AIitrrat. is a r.M- tdn clock. Retinninfr, will leave keokuk ed
office of Clerk of the county rt. at the ncsdays and Saturdays, Alexandria, Warsaw,
eilSUinET Allrriicl ..li.rlwwi f.nnr.itiiTpnnd Tally, same evening. Qumcy
,.,, ' , ... on Thursdays and Saturdays and Sundays
t S e arc authonzed to annon Smith S. " . . 3 . M.. vrar;OI1 Citv at 9 o'clock
au.i:n as a candidate for the oe of coun- ' , V 1 at A n
. 1 1 ... . . 1 1 1 niiinnai ai iu u i-iui.mh"' - -
r"'"1 tlcrK' at U,e e"s,,"gg"llcL, . clarksvillc at 4 1-2 o'clock, p.
I.IUI1. , . ml . 1
land arrive at St. Louis every mursaaj anu
e arc authorized to annoii- Josu'irKmuliiv nirht.
S. Pi:ri'i.R as a candidate for nfnVn of! An,.;l ehtli. 1847
Clerk of the coiintv court, nt n rncitinrr
JUST received a lare lot of Shaker Garden .
FOR THE SPRING OR SUMMER.
-TUtT received a lot of Cloth, Tweed and
B , rn!.. fashionable HATS. &c., cheap
& janes ATorriP.. '
IbrCwh. ... "
March 2!7th, 1J'-
Joseph I. Withers,
A iigiu-t t lerlinn.
e are auinciizeu U annouE John C.
II . 1 1
iirMri iisoN us a caiKiiduto r,,- m r
For ('larksiille, Louisiana, Hannibal,
Marin City, Quincy, Lagrange, Tully,
.luaandriii, liar saw, Keokuk, Burling-
t . sttt.t fimtrtrA'l.
We arc authorized to nnoIInc William! mHE new, cleerant light draupht, and ftst
Watts as a candidate fi,il,T? ... G .i...mv dirf in KF.X.
Clerk of the county cou:f, at thntxt
W att as a candidate fotJ,e offic of Clerk) n.i.niivjVasscn-er steamer
ol t..c county court, at ie eiisiin.' Aug.iToN, Hawkins, muster, will
I ram Si. Louis to the above mentioned ports,
i . I .1!
: detachments, and jrona-e, heraolore rxtei..le.I to ilsand
r, Iron Pittsbursrh.
is also lui'irlv pvmrli.l n-ifl. rt . . . :t ...:.i. . 1 ,
. .... ....... i vu.iiaines:a jiin.!.i,ii-, wiui vver- nniele lliev mav neei:.
on board. jand alo very deir.iu of inakiniras many Nr i
I ones as iiosmUo, we will endeuvvr at all times!
M.til. The Jackson (Mo)mYir 'f thp '0 lt'T ueh t;o)DS as the wants ol the conn
17th ult., says: jtry deman.i.and to o!:"er them on sueh terms a:ici
1 lie latest St. Louis paper we received ' - ? , v ' , l""-'".
I.Vto-davsinailwaBnntAil.c.o,lh .....i'" l- ' H.L sell, at Sr.l
Wp :iri nni!.n,;n.l ..vnnc 'tiiiiehin?at all the intermediate landings
S. BllinVX., "rZ Win St. Loui, on every Monday and
Clerk of the county courtt the next Au
e are authorized to anoui.ee
Tlmrs.Liv. at 4 oVlock. P M
J . ... . . 1 1 T J .
Keturums will leave IVCOKUK on iucsu j
and Saturdays, at 5 o'clock p. m; Warsaw, Al-
GRAN-exandria, Tully and Larantre, same evenings;
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
St lAtuis, Missouri.
-CTILL make liberal advances upon Tobao
V Y co and all other Produce consigned to
him. J Office on vine, between first and sec
ond streets, at the "Vine Street Hotel."
,Varch 20th, 1847.
E. & D. DRAPER,
i RE purchasing HEMP, CORN, BA
j CON, OATS, LARD, HEMP SEED
&c, &c, for cash or merchandise at mar
Louisiana, March 1st., 47.
-j ... -I . ft Ul. iu LUC li 1 1 1 1 .. i! 1 1 1 J .....
frim IVMimi . .1.- ,0.1 ii- l.l T.ML 1 Ku ts. ami as elieai-, li not
. . uo.a.i.i-.iii i.ii Itlf IU Mie 1C.LI1. ni" ! .1 .11 .i ... i
...:,. i i,.7.. f i -i t .,eheai.i-r, than a:.v other house on the upper Ms-I
arrucJ .iere from St. Louis last week withL;: ' ,;. n.i v.i .,..1 -i..,. .1 .
- ...... viivuji iw H.iJVJU l(J
ILLL L. McCLlTRE, .1 a candidate forjQuiney, on Wcndnesdays and Sundays, at 8 o -the
office of Clerk of t e county court, at ' loek, a m; Marion Ciiy. It:innibal, Louisiana,
the ensuing Am. t-Iectm .Clarkstille and lkuly'a Lmdiiit.-. some days.
We are nntlm.i..! - TMirvl Por freicht orpassage, aW,y on board.
papers sixteen days ahead of the latrst re-
:...n... 1. 1. ......
i-un cu oy 10-uay s mail. ui our citv co
ie:np irarics laxe notice ol tins
hi d nit.:: on 1km t tiim
I ?irThe hi 'lust market uriee I'ivin l..r I1,..
1 - r" . - . D
; pr.wucc oi the eountry.
I il.x" W e have .1 larjre and ronim.idioiis W'.irt-i
WOMAN. The restraint which the cus-i h"1'- f',r st..ru:u' t Tliae.- and other jiro-l
tms of tlie world have put imnn tlie ron-i'"'-'- whieh we pirtiitiiarly invite the atlcn-
duct of f;inalvs render the best ainontliciti'1'0" Tacf" growers.
more or less hypocrites. How hard this is
that the ingenious confiding fjualiiics of
woman's heart should be thus tortured and
cpoil'.f!; a.i.1 j-et i it ' - -, I :l
present order of things lasts. It is true;
they have lo;iks for tliose who are skilled
in such l ire; and as t!te v.ise ones t. II n-.
Iiave two eyes In say yes, and but one
tongue to say v.o. Hook's Cousin William.
I. X. IIRVSON CC CO.
isiaiia, April, 2")th, IS 17.
i - :
.j-rn 'ini:. isi i. 1.. .
.- a stipiilv o.'
'j;-ive,l and lor s.,h h
'v'x niviM'i " -"- -r
Pi plied tor soi.-t.
April aith, 1S47. E. f; D. DRAPER.
f GALLONS Stor.rM are, just receiv
j f ed, and lor sulc.hv
AprilK. E. &'I). DRAPER.
Cmnccticut. Returns have been reccicd
from all except five towns. The Whis have
polled 28,0'J-l votes; Democrats 25,321; the
A'j jliti.nts!s 15G3.
Last vear the Whig vote was 27.822;
Democratic 27,203, Abolition 22 IS. Thej
decrease of the Abolition votes explains thej
increase in the Whig ranks. I he Ileum
crals were tlisalisfied with their candidate
f,ir ,. nn.l e,.,o, ..f :,. ,..,,,..., f ;'ru:t aUi-ntioii tu iniMi.ess, poo
.1 r- ' .1 i 1 . .1- .: .1 . ,'work, to merit a share of the
.. ... ... . .; ladles. Slie has ilst reeeiv
iney wom not juppon nun. e uo noiito o . aiiJ M.-al rt:isoIliiM,
jire up jii.itxutiu eimreiy .
The Congressional Delegation
A. THOMAS as a camdate for the office:
of clerk of the county ourt, at the next
We are authorized to emouncc Al'Gl'S-
T1T 'I'f' .. .
a .-u ui ni as a canc!ate r tlie o::i-e
of clerk of th; county nurt, at the wxt
-V.igust t lection.
cim 1 IT C I HtKSUlr.
We are authorized to announce Wm. F.
WATSON as a cai-didite for the office
of clerk of the circuit coirt, at the next Au
. e are authorized to announce D
I Stahk, as a candidate for Clerk of the
Circuit Court, at the next Aug. election
We are authorized to aiinoum'e Ja.mes M.
M HTIN ad a candidate l.r. t?.o ntli.-p nl'
We are authorized to announce WILL
IAM M. INLOW, as a candidate for the
office of Clerk of tlie circuit court, at the
next August election.
We are authorized to announce PHI
LANDER DRAPER as a candidate for the
office of clerk of the circuit court, at the
1SS E. FESTEM.bep. leave respectful-; t.,1!luini; August election.
1 U Iv t" ililorm the ladies of Lou'iMalia an il ' '. ,
l!ic 111 i-lilnirlniinl, tliut she has eoiiiuu need th-i C ofNTV SVHVFVOR.
1 1 1 .. : :.. ..li ....I.- il it- .1 1.
.!' c ou.--iiii.? in .mi 1:- ....(.. .. . ,)P areauiiiorizeu loauuoiinee
!m?ii.rkk. r.011 ! iiTitl lasliioiialili
;i.iruiiat:i" ol tin
i. ... . . .ii.--.
; Lulles. Mie IMS iiisi reeeiveu i:nl win iiiu.-ii: t,;
1 1. v ..jii
prices, a irciier.il.
jass.iriini nt ol" Huiiiii'ts, Kiiibiiis, I lowers ai.ti,
from that.(,.i...r tri-a mi'iirs. all of the latost .tvles. !
Mate will stand as uereloiure. St JouiSj ;r-. U ,,,llcis bleached, repaired, and "uoiief Will hold his next "Law Day," on Satur-
I,. ... 1. . .. . -
u'i on reasonable lerms.
Kesi'lence in th: frame building opposite
April 19 lb, 1847.
For Clurksvillc, Lomsivna, Hanvioal,
('it;;.. 7, Lagrahgc, Tally,
,.',. n . 'ri.r, II ar.'.nr and Keokuk.
The new, elegant light
!r.ui.:t, and I.st runninir
passensrer steamer LUCY
TUST rcceeeived, and for sale f r cash or
produce, a fresh supply of C;ff , Sugar,
(Tar, Molasses, Domestics, Music p.o"l:s, Sic. &c.
Also, Jewett's etlebrated .
Yankee While Beans for need.
E & D. DRAPER
Cheap for Cash or Trade!
TT- HAVING a large assortment of TIN
WARE on hand larger than was ever
kept in Louisiana before, which 1 am de
termined to sell, as low as the same arti
cles can be bought in St. Louis at whole
sale or retail prices, I would respectfully
1 i ui
-Uosur, wm run regmar- ,. . B Pnt frnm t1,e farmland merchant
!v trnm M Louts 10 me aoove iiichuihwu
. Cl'RRY as a candidate for the office of
;,J,runa!;f"! V"' County Surveyor at the ensuing August e
eu .iad will liuishii ,. " 00
day tlu-Stl, dav of May 1817.
The St. Louis Republican of the 20th, says: the M.tln!it Church.
Yesterday was emphatically thesrral dayAr 'I-
LIST OF M-.TTF.ItS
rr !IC in il... P..f iiiK.-r. .t T ....ic-
in the commerce of St Louis, so far as itjfiV-" THE partnership heretcli-re exist iigj iana. .l.il, or the first d..y nf April 1S47.
exhibits ilself on the levee. From owm:!'-i between Win. C Hardin & L. II. M'-j xvhiih i!" ::ot taken on, in three "months, will be
of the waif to tlie other, in the evening a.-, dure, i this d;.y dissolved by mutual consent. 1.,., ,., fViu-ral Post Office as i!e;.d letter.-
touching at all the intermediate i-ndings.
Lt WIN i ST. LliCIS
Ou every MoiMay and Thursday, at 5 o'clock,
p M. BLlt-BMNf.:
Will leave Keokuk oa Tuesdays and r ridays,
. . . ... '. 1.:.. T..",-' .i
at 11 u clock, P Mi arsaw, .iirxiinuu-. ec 111 my
.1 1 . ....o rriiiini: l.'Miticv. tin eu-l
rioa City, Hannibal, Louisiana, Ciarksviue and; " fell IT' IH C f
of the country, before they purchase else-
where. JUI1IN I . CbUi.
N. B. I will take old copper, old pewter,
Beeswax, Tallow, or feathers, at the high
est market price, in exchange for any arti
J T B
I .A... c .ana
Huilv's Landing, same days
Every pains having been taken to render the
ibove packet in every way superior in accom
modation and speed, together with the utmost
punctuality in the times ol rrrivals and depart
ures, shippers and passengers can fully rely
upon the present arrangement. For freight or
liassase, apply on board.
'E are now receiving a large and well as-j
mrti i stock of Good, suitable for the' at the shortest notice,
well as the lnornili.'. nothing could be Seen1'1 is absolutely necessnry that those indebted la, Wm jlMlIl
but one vast piln of produce and mcrch:iii-!u" rh""U 'dI,."nd h ,ht"'r r"UyQ ""'jZa.-hariali lk.olh
dize, and multitudes of men receiving, ail,d accounts, immcdiatelv. ATIV. .(has. Hrackeiiburry
CINES For S. le.
hundreds of drays loading and unloading.
Some forty boats were in pji t, cither receiv
ing or discharging cargo, and although the
capacious steamers .in the New Orleans
trade, in the course of the bay, stowed away
au immense quantity, vet at five o'clock the;
1 .. 1 . . ..... , '
piiei on me wan hau not uiiniuisneu very
sensibly. Hundreds of bales of lieuip;thou-
e ...1 ... 11 ,.....,..:-
rf ni U I...n. itorrAlc .f llnnr1 1 '
V Ubllbl I (Illl j II dilute 44 J) Ul CA V. 1 . w ) . . .
any number of casks of other !escripUons
nothing of boxes and packages of every con
ceivable sort of merchandize comprised
Some portion of the commerce of St. Louis,
at it exhibited itself on the wharf yesterday.
Frequently the hundreds of drays got into
into a complete snarl, and then came the
puzzle, the uproar and confusion in getting
them under way again ! We never saw
such a sight, nor so much bustle .'
Dr. i: I! It t. ii! in
A C raiin.'.i ll
ili-V. .I.li ol) CaPT'S
WM. C. HARDIN.
L. II. Mil LL RE.
Louisiana, Mo.. April l.-t., Is 17.
1. I'TT.. 1
IR- V. W. EMERSON, has W.,t.-Ji.V':i"(V,VsJ-in
Louisiana for li.e He will practice!.,
Physic ir. ennu.nct.on will. Dr. Harilin Hwy ,,, ,
nave, aim will consiaiuiy
of fresh DRUGS & MEDI-
Binser Orricc, April, 2Sth, 1847.
Wheat, - Gjets per bushel.
Hemp, ... $375 perewt.
Corn, . - - 33 cts per bushel.
Oats, - - . - 25 per do.
Bacon, -. - 4 l-2ets hog-round
Coffee, - - - 9 a lie per lb.
Sugar, 10 do.
Molasses, - - - 40 a 50c per gal.
Bwlron, - - 4 1 -2c per lb.
Castings, - 4 1-2 a Gc per lb
Nailsi - - 6 1-4 a 7c per lb.
Butter, 8 a 10c; Tallow, 6 Dry Hides, 7 c
Green Hidei 3c Beeswax, 23c; Flaxseed, $ 1 ,00
per bushel; Beans, 40 a 50c per bushel.
? if MIE co-partnership heretofore existing bc-
4 tv.een .Jurkicy & INcwuain, is uus uay
dissolved by mutual consent
J b MAKKLiL.1 ,
April 1st., 1847.
Lohex.o NrwrAjt. Saml'F.l K. Allen.
NEWiVAM & ALLEN,-
(i W Gregor
T M Grant
T!:os J. Howar.1 3
R J Harvey
Mrs Mary Hushes
Sam'l P Hilts
n M.:ry Ann Kelsoc
jtore .Infni.- "ii
J.v epli M, P.ride
S It .V.id.'.ox
Wm It IVw
Ed Hyram Iliile
Coiiuulore V Smith
season, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries.
iueeiiswarc, &c, &e.,
whicii we will sell at vrry low prices for
Cash or Produce. Persons wishing to pur
el. ase Goods will please give us a call be
I JACKSON &BRO.
March 23th, K:47.
FBM1E undersigned beg leave to inform their
I iriends and the public generally, that they
have commenced the rnanuf'tory ol, and wiu
keep constantly on hand a first rate assortment
of BEDSTEADS of the latest stylet, which,
they will sell low for Cash, or good merchanta
ble produce, deliverable in Louisiana.
Call and see our work at our shop one
door below Wise & Tinker's on Main street.
Tf1 Wood taken in exchange for work.
E. F. Si G W. ADAMS.
N. B. Collins made on reasonable terms, and
E F & G W A.
Louisiana, Mo., January 25th, 1847.
HEMP. 1 CORN,
1 LAAM.hU, V IWA. I
DRY & GREEN IHI.'i;:-,&c.
for wbicli we will pay the highest uiarkt-t
II. E. BLOCK & CO.,
On Water 57., Louisiana, Mo.,
AEE now openine one of the most
complete stocks of DRY GOODS.
GROCERIES, HARD-WARE, QUEENS
JWAKE, TIN-WARE, IRON, NAILS and
CASTINGS, &.C., ever offered for sa'e in 'this
.place. As regards prices and quality of the
poo ?, they ehallange any competition and for
the confirmation of this fact, a call only is nec
i V"ry' IL E. B. & Co.
IHOaY &- STEEL.
11 complete assortment for sale bv
1 T-i p M.nr.v Jt rtl.
AA. U. AAAA'KSSA Mr W
lOri'.'e i.. Cash.
John L Tribblc
.1 W Watson
Win S Watsim
Henry or David Wiest.
E. B CARROLL, P.
April 3d, 1K-I7.
C. JACKSON & BRO.
Ilavintr tli.s uay associau.ii
selves together in the 13o
IT TIM CHEAP C.ISI STfJL'IL
itZjll (No. 70.)
Shoe trade, take this method of say ing t o the j o. c. TINKER, lenders his sincere
citizens of Louisiana and its vi ii uty, that thanks to the public fur their patronage here -thev
intend to keep on hand a complete ns-lfore extended to Wise &. Tinker, lie takes
o,..-!. ...... 1 i.f P.m.k mid Shoes of their own. this method of iuformiiiir ' is friends ari.l the
as well as of Eastern manufacture, whickipuhhe, that he lias just received ,er
J. W. SMITH,
SCOTT S SPRING, MO.,
"ST AS just received and is now opening
2 large and fashionable assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER STAPLE
together with a good assortment of
which will be sold on tlx very best termsi
April 12th, IS 17.
f EMIE subscriber iniends inaiiii.j;, and
A large lot at a
pretty steep price," by
H E BLOCK & CO.
P. L. H.2TS.
Ot all kinds and prices by
IL E. BLOCK & CO.
BOOTS and SHOES,
An excellent assortment, very low, by
HE BLOCK & CO.
superior j -
! CLOTH LYU
ol :'V2tv dev.-Tuition, at reasonably Iow'"Wices.
II. E. BLOCK & CO.
SMigar. l ofloe, JIoIases, Mackerel, Sal, Cast-
iiiieiuis maliii.jr, an.I w ill Inn's, INails, I race C hains, Horse Collar I.in-
bave complete, in time lor the approaching! seed Oil, White lead. Copal Vanish Turpe n-
tine, castor Oil, lea, &c ke, ro gue by
h. e. slock & co.
March 8th, 1847.
harvest, several first rate four liorsa
Tlie hoise in-iver to these machines be-
. .' I - .T . . . . , .
i;n.w:i:it fitter, nt to i::e ordinary ma--!
i!:roU;'iit!:c cmnitry. renders it much
ti.o.-.r drirti.in.. !.- spII a low as tlie-, "Senator" a complete assortment ol j II 1 mre ilaraoie ami 01 u-ruter riraugii. to Hie
thej arc d .tinw .ed to sell as, tl.tj GR)C1!;UIKs, &c which he ... .i,.-!lors. s, as well as oreater case and facility
can be Sold in 1 ike county . tcrmincd to sell ut his usual low prices fur C-Ji:n performing the work.
nimble sur-penve i- M,er Man a sluii ; , , 1 n
. n. will, S,ia motto in view.! ' , :. .. . ., .1 .u v iMiiviiaso m..-
U..U n .... 7' ' I'. Bnn n.l lA U'l KIlLl 4 V Villi 1111.1. l. 1 . . .
ing elsewhere, as in every case of a failure
in performance to the satisfaction of the
shift in gf
in iiaiui. -i t
lew,, I ..n.l 1, u-iil K;.i;ftr i-nll 1i.t i . . - . . I - . 1 .
t!ley a. determined to trade on the ap!,,, )WER lhaa - olUcr o ! 'v affi
i i. ii.a i.nnnni niur:ii '1'iinui- . t t . i i .....
are. NEWNAM. Si. ALLEN.
Anril 1st 1847.
TKW Hemp Seed for sale low bv
C. JACKSON '& B30.
March 29th, 1847.
.house in the unuer country.
i Louisiana, March Sth, 1S47.
IT Cases Shoes and Boots, of all sises and puicnaser, me lnaciunc can ne r turne;! nnd
i b O qualities, just opened bv the money refunded S. N. PURSE.
! Nov. ltith. I. K. Bit YSON & Co. I Ashley, Mo., March 2-, '47- fiw 50
Farmers. Look to Your
HF. subscribers having made the necessa
ry arrangements, are now prepared to
archr.e uny uuantitv of HEMP. WHEAT
BACON LARD, FLAX SEED. &c., &c
For which they will pay the highest market
price in Cash.
Er" 1 hey are also making preparalions by
which they will be ennHer! to store. ,l.ip, or
sell ou cort!f:iisi0n.any prodiiee. or merchant
disc, which may be entrusted to them.
II. E. BLOCK & CO.