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From Neal's Saturday Gazette.
Oh Speak those Loviua; Words again.
BY MARIE ROSEAU.
Oh sjieak those loving words again,
In accents soft and low:
Such words as won ny trusting heart
To love thee years ago.
I vainly look once more to see
Upon thy lit th smi'i.-.
X VEGETABLE SUGAR
hich once would smoot he my ev'iy rief.!' ''";,ls '-vcrs and Com
My ev'ry care beciiile. " "j!rJ- . A" 1 is ,1r,:
& in relation to the lasl n;.
I know thy tones are never harsh
But yet thy words arc cold
Thou dost not frown nr do I sre
Those loving looks of old.
How can I list to others' praise
When than art cold to me
I wish not their approving smile,
11 thine I cannot see.
I scarce deserve thy chilling words,
Though I have faults, I know,
Yet still, I would not, by a look,
One pang on thee bestow.
I teach my lip to wear a smile,
My tongue some joyous strain,
I would riot have a troubled brow,
And thug increase thy pain.
Yet if in an unguarded hour,
I breathe a heavy sigh.
Or, springing from thetroubled founi,
A tear bedim my eye:
I find how useless were my cares.
a nou aiust not mark the tear.
L . Al - . - -
fs' J "sc ' ,v't'' d'"' success in many
JS of t!m diseases ot the country instead of
emetics for cleansing the Stomach, for conges
tion of the large int-rtial vescls of the My when
the Liver is ulws deranged, producing the
must iiAtruiilia- svm'i-loins link takes nlase ill the
' " . i M
nijrestivc dulls oi our coun-
very important to remark
imed disease. Loivestive
hills which is a malady of the most alarming and
dangerous nature; defying-, in almost every case,
t!;e ix st directed efforts of the medical iheultv.
.I.l:.. 1 . . .... -----yi
raiiii iierasiaimi: anil destruction around the
land, to all oliti devoted victims, with very few
exceptions. This disease so fearful and apall
m? in its character and symptoms, and so hor
rid and obstinate in its dire cifeeU upon the liu
iii.ui body may always he prevented, and often
removed and entirely Eradicated Iron the sys
tem by a timely and vigorous use of Dr. Urate's
Sugar Coaled Pill. Thus like a heavenly mes
senger, Miatclirig main-a valuable. life. F.-.ih.
cr, mother, son, daughter, or muih esteemed and
beloved friend, or lonrlv sfr.-mnfr Cr... it... :
H (lentil, chertling the Ciinn Monster of his V!..-i
Mm, and the undertaker nt a verv l:rof.tahle trade
. . m I
wmcii no carries on between Death an, Do
All those nervous affections and iiuimt m,.1,
uiKc piaec in croup and worms fever.
KTOTICEreby given to all creditors and
others sslel te estate of J""""
Uavis, dec'iatthe undersigned admin
r will make a final set-
tlcment at text June term of the Pike
ccuntv cou hen and where tliosc inie
rested can id. , , ,
A. J. DAVIS, Adm'r.
....; i.n:;irnt'iiiii on the estate ol
1 :1lnic IT I Hliv. ilip.M. bearimr dale
Kith day ofrch 1S47.
AH persons itited to said estate are requested
In m;,k.. .-m.fn navmcnt to the unilcrsigncu,
and all persnaving claims against said estate
are reoiiesto nrcsenl uicm uroiienv
ticated witlwnc year from and after the date
of said left, or they may be precluded from
fit nf said estate, and if not pre-
,. :'fijl,r. vp.it thev will be forever
barred. JOHN F. HEDGES, Adm'r,
5s. a n f .
. , I V( V. AVI NO located permanently in Clark-
C II E A P G 0 0 D , j villc, Mo , offers hi. services to the eiti
at Clarksville, Missouri. jzens of the town and its vicinity, in the prac-
I. lice O f Medicine and Surgery.
J.Mct'ormicn. J""J I ivinrr a graduate of Transylvania University,
1,C0RMECK& BLUH. LKinrton, Ky., and having witnessed many oi
1TJL vjxiii iie 0 tions periormed by Professor
rrv-prcpr.nTFULLY announce to the f r ., t , i flatters himself thet
citizens of Pike and Lincoln counties, thatjj e wil, Lb able if c:dled on, to render entire
satisfaction m every brancli ol ins proiession.
lie hopes by the most assiduous attention to
the various duties of his profession, and. mode
rate charges, to merit a share of public patron
age. 3 March 22, 1847.- 5m50.
they havo taken the Store House lately
. . I I llf'V I1HI I! lilH
LL per are hereby notii.eu u at i - ' j L 1L E. Bradford, and are now
the witk ."""v. .- nn i ,,, a 3r.ncval assonmuni
ictviinijj n o .
NOTICI hereby given to all creditors and
others inteiU-d in he estate ot John I Un
tie lmtiersmneu au-
miniOR,!..,! said -'state, will make a Imal set-
leeuimg in cliil.lrcn, may always be prevented .V.": . ..... term of the Pike
and very rcaihlv removed l.v Dr.HrW. :"u"n'1 , , i. .i. :
i m . ....... y nr
uoaea Aiiti-Lii.icus ' s.
A CASE IN POINT.
yv i lamer, near Jackson, Miss., writes as fol-
On other things thy thoughts wers fixed, My liule boy, three years old, had had
The sigh thou didst not hear. Y llllls rr.sevcral weeks, with swelled abdomen,
Iiiuu occasional strong spasms or slight iits. I re
sorted to the use ofDoct. Uragg's ' Sugar Coated
Ani-Billious Pills, and the hat.nv result
I that they broueat away from the little sufferer
in about forty -eiirht hours, some dozen or !
lot those Dcstestablc Vi onus that infest th
jels and destroy the lives of so many children.
(The child recovered immediaclv.
STILL MORE EXTRAORDINARY.
DOCT. BliACr;: I was attaeled. thrf e ve.nr nfrn
nasi spring, with clubs and fever, which lasted
me, wiui very mile intermission, for about six
imonins. 1 wa limn tulini, .. III. I.IIK...... I'.
, , . I ....... w..n ll.ill Ullliwua IUICI,
I hPT. a a lanmi... i 1 . .. A ? . ,t . -nA : i t.i , . .
.. iuai muie. mere i g '" ut""' nnij irom ii, i inougni i was
I aik not from thee costly gifts,
For ui cess they would prove,
Without the choicest boon of all.
Thy pure and fervent love.
If duty called you from mv sidp.
I would not thoushouldst stay,
But I would have thee think of ii
county con, whei and where those interested
canailend JAMES A. IIOBI5INS,
of Fancy Stanle and Domestic
- n w T- C
Groceries, Hard-ware, Crockery,
T I N-W A R E.
All tntlrrhi new. which they now
to purchasers at low prices for PRODUCE
or CASH. .
5n? We solicit a call from those who vis
it fllirksville fcelinjr confident that our:try.
Goods and prices will give satisfaction to
all that wish to purcnase.
5Tjr We have a large and convenient
Warehouse connected with our store, and
are prepared to ship any Produce entrus
tod in us to any market desired upon rea
McCOMICK & I J LOCK.
Clarksville, Mo., March 27t!i, 1817.
i-juflw-a, Thc undersign having associated
i-4 themselves together in the practice of
Medicine, offer their professional services to
the citizens of Louisiana and the adjacent coun-
Iiuincss entrusted to their care will receive
their joint and undivided attention. JlOmee
orncr of Main and South Carolina s!reets.
B. V. liUtun,
S. W. BUCKNER.
Louisiana, Mo., Ib. 1st., 184.
When thou art far A lira v
Phila. Nov. 1846.
silenee that speaks.
There is something that Cannot be told,
well of my old complaint, the chills bill in about
nve weefcm was ag:un visited with acue in
mm -i . . ifA. r ' i i .
xnere are words that can onlv h r.t I f"""'s ,orm rro,n UM ume t Had no more
the ehet. ' ' Hcalh. In the li
And thoughts but the eyes can unfold,
re's a li
So conscious, so quick to i
lirsl place mv sr.lecn became vrv
pamlul and much swelled. My liver was also
lenuirceu, i losl my appetite, then had the inn.
Tber'alook so expressiye. so timid. bovST ',e.t'a.me,?cry J'e'ir'w'a,,d il
kind. ' Mj comjilaints all seemed to have passed into a
chronic torm and I looked mom like a dead m m
Though dum in n in.f . V. lit "lan"veono. 1 took the advice of almost ev
uuugu aum, in an instant tt sneaks out tb m IVii t i i .i , ...
: i - i urn xiranurein s l'tiis.
A-J --:!. .. a. 1(1 .c,ir ' ! l lUs nn' faidnclon'. Pills, and
.u. m an instant the Heart. ureen s j'i:s, and Smith's Sumr Coated Pill
This eloouent silence. tl.s. '" " ' V 1 ues,ue ytd
T " mn.viim,! uui,p"" ! itias,miu i oon i Know what all. Last
more prompt ii appears trom the wish tol nupavraim iun,uia niaun iron,
control. II hit it at last. I soon beean to mend. I kept
More apt the fond truth to express. , l", ana ,. V p' " Dl'"cr- 1 "?ve
1 I ken no otlicr medicine since I commenced with
And oil the deliehts iathe features that shine. '.our" I am now well and am following my bu
xne xapiiii-e Uie bosom that melt.
March X)lb, 1.
AJ mi n isra t o r's Notice.
TOTICK is lreby jriven to all creditors and
others infested in the csiaic oi uconje
W. Buckncr. deo., that the iindersicncd hasoi-
tained from the tcrkofthe Pike county court
letters of aihninilratiun on said estate, bear
ing date the 12t dy rf Jan., IS 17. All persons
havincr claims acaiistsaid estate arc hereby no
tified to present the sine, properly authentica
ted, wuiun one year torn me oaie oi nam irun,
or thev mav be nrec lded from ha ins any bene
fit of said estate, an if not presented within
three years thev wil e forever barret-.
JA.MO A. BOBBINS, AdinY
March 15th, 18 IT.
When blessed with each other this cou
- Ii mutually spoken and felt. -
As wet as a fish as dry as a bone,
As live as a bird as dead as a stono:
As plump as a partridge as i;oor as a rat:
as strong as a horse as week as a cat;
A hard as a flint as soft as a mole,
As white as a lilly as black as a coal;
as plain as a pikestaff as rough as a bear.
as tight as a drum as free as the air;
As heavy as lead as light as a feather,
As steady as time uncertain as weather;
As hot as an oven as cold as a frog,
As gay as a lark as sick as a dog;
as stow as a tortoise as swift as the wind:
As true as the gospel as false as mankind
As thin as a herring as fat as a pig,
1"""" fcamt B9 oimie as a gig:
as savage as a tiger as mild as a dove,
As stiff as a poker as Jimp as a glove;
As blind as a bat as deef as a post,
As cold as a cucumber warm as a toast.
A Gallant Irishman. An Irish gentle
man, remarkable for his devotion to the fail
sex, once remarked, "never be critical on
the ladies. Take it for granted that thev
-II I 1 I I A. ..J
bio an uanusome anu goon, a true gentle'
man will never look on the faults of a pret
y woman wiuwui snuuing lus eye$. '
x huwtKS how much of the poetry
of life springs from the flowers ! How de
licate a pleasure it is to twine the Orange
blossom or japanica for the bride to ar
range bouquets for the invalid to throw
simple flowers into the lap of childhood
and to pull rose buds for tho girls of whom
iney are an emblem.
Vfe cannot tell the precise moment when
friendship is formed. As in filline a vessel
arop oy arop, mere is at last a drop which
makes it run over; so in a series of kindness
es there is at last one which makes the
heart run over.
Riches become blessings to community
in proportion as they are usefully bestow
siness again. This is a short history of mv cure.
U you think it is worth publishing; I wish every
body might hear of it. for God knows it was a
hard one. Your Medicine stands very high here
and I believe it to be all the pood medicine there
is in this section, and I consider myself, now. a
a. I I 1
prcuy goou juuge.
lEFor Sale at the following places:
Campbell & Walts, Bowling-Green,
E. & D. Drarer, Louisiana.
Sarah Alem, Frankford.
John L Luke, Clarksville,
Parker & Meloan, Paynesville.
S O Minor, Prairieville,
i nomas ii oarrou, irass-creek, Pike co.
Hays & Lampton, New London
A. Cockran, Auburn, Lincoln county.
Uritton & Woolfolk, Troy, Mo.
March, 22d, 1847.
IS 17. 1817.
A tremendous Stocti I'nboundcd Suc
cess of No. 1 II A ."Mammoth Store,
the Largest in the West.
JOHN T. MARTIN.
Old Established Clothier .Vo. 114 Main
si reel, St. Louis, Mo. Motto: Large
Sales and Small Profits.
AM determined to sell h-wcr than any other
I have this sprinz received the largest stock oi
Srmsr. aso Sriir.n Clothiso ever brought to
!.; .nrlrt. nnd shall continue to rcccire weekly
throughout season. I will, by the first of
April, 1X17, have on hand over 7;j,UW i.armcnts
of pring and S'linmer wear, which Iain deter
mined to sell at lower prices than any other house
TOTH.T. is her Vv civt-n to all creditors possibly can; as it mu-t be apparent w every om
and others inurested in theeslaie oi nou-m,ai i can, irom iou:r experience, i j--
St. Louis,) and many advantages thai l possess.
Jr-lst, Kesiilinr'in the city of New York,
and haviusrthc advantage of the market.
JJ-l'd, I'urclusing tor cash, and manufactur
ing my own goods, savinir thereby tlie manufac
turer's prt Tit', (at least per cent.)
JjM, Selling entirely for cash, or No. 1 city
sell at a much
st. louis, mo.
Rooms 46 Bccond street between Chcnut attd
Sept, 1, 184G. t
WTOTICE is her-Vv civen to all
ertDoty, dcceasel, that the undersigned
hus obtained from the Clci k of the Pike
county court, letters of administration on
the estate of said dec'., bearing date 2nd.
All persons having claims against said es
tate are hereby notified to present the same
properly authenticated, within one year from
the date of said letters, or .'hoy may be
precluded from bavin" anv V.uefit of said
years, mey will he lrevc'DrrerT.' "
WILLI AM M. CLI1- FOKD.
March 13th, 1SI7. Administrator
Jacob Block. TiiKEOirm Uktts.
BLOCK & BETTS.
?rj-4th, Prom the tre--- ' -.
. . can allord to
maUer'piolit than those who do a small busi-
upplyrd at a small advance, as I am decrmined
to sell to every man that coir.i s to this market
who has the ready cash. .All 1 ask is for you
to loi'i through my stix'k, when I am confident
that you will acknowledge that .Uartin has the
largest and bi t asortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING
ever brought to this market, and that I am ofier
ing them at such low prieos as will defy any and
Tis no trouble, to show iroods. Retail cus
L. A. Welch,
Jl TTORXE Y AT LA W, Troy, Jlfo.
Will promptly attend to all business entrusted
to his care.
N. P. Minor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowlisg-Gbeeic.Mo
Office in the Court House.
ATTORXEY AT LAW, Uoicling-Green, JVo.
Regularly attends the Circuit Courts of Pile
Ralls, Lincoln, Warren and Montgomery.
S. S. Allen,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, RowLiKc-Gnrts, Mo.
Will promptly attend ta all business entrusted
to his care.
II. E. BLOCK & CO.,
On I Vater St., Louisiana, Mo.,
ARE now opening one of the most
complete stocks nf I) H V fulfill
inui;r;uiir.s, HAKD-WARE, QUEENS.
? n jirt. inurv. ka i. !i!
iASlirvt.h, &.C., ever offered for sale in'tbi
piaee. As regards prices and finality of flu
goods, they challance anv conmetilion :n,.l r. ,
the confirmation of this fact, a call only is nee
t"urJr- ji. t:. u. & Co.
A complete assortment for sale by
11. ULOCK & CO.
A large lot at a "pretty steep price," by
11 lu liLULK &.CO.
Of all kinds and prices by
II. E. BLOCK & CO.
BOOTS and SHOES.
An excellent assortment, very low, by
n JJ JiLUCK & CO.
of every description, at rc.t souably low prices,
II. E. BLOCK & CO.
'It's all in my eye,' as the fellow said
when his wife struck him.
JVecjkoes for Sale,
Ono negro woman, about 45
years ol age, a good house ser
vant, and a likely boy about
tight years old, belonginc to the
estate of Betty Peri y dee'd.
Apply to EDWIN DRAPER.
March 4th, 1817.
Water Street, Louisiana, Mj.
ESPECTFULLY invite the attention ol
tlieir friends vau fli i.ntilu to tti.tr t.r....t
cut ktoek of ti coiai,riinL' a cumtdclc as-
or'.invnt of every article in the lino which the
'armermay need, the Mechanic want, or the: turners will find it rreatlv to' their advantage to
Ladies doirc. I nun b ise from me. from the fact that have the
To our old customers we say that U e art de- largest s.'idmost fashionable stock of clothinir in
terminal nut t lr vwl- rsull, andtlmse who come ' the cilv from which to select and I am confident
to Louisiana with the intention nj biijinjr goods, that in point ofstvle and lit, my stock cannot be
Wii'ie iney can I'll iiicin mcancM. we Woulil leiiuallcd in the West.
Ucur in iiiiml Martin Iiaslmt one Stcre,
No. 114, MAIN STREET.
U'Look at the lug Stone Sign.rj
On the pavement j on top of the house, a big number
I have tho largest, deepest, (114 feet) and
highest store in the city in the back end a lame
lootiuggljts, covering the entire end.
JOHN T. MARTIN,
No. 11 1 Main street, St. Lous.
sol'u it to call on us, examine our poods and
prices. We have on hands a first rule assort
Including crcrv thinjr pencrallv kenl in a Drv
Goods Sloro, also ina- v articles Hot generally
GROCERIES Hats & Caps Boots & Shoes;
llaruWi.re and tueci.sware.
IEO.Y S- STEEL,
i uc nest assurimcm in Louisiana, ai Linus
Ovens, Skillets and Lids, Waggon Boxes, and
Irons, &c, &c.,&e.
"Tri bbls. Superior brand, in Store.
1,1 Nov. 3(Mh, is k;.
I ij a aeks liroimd Alliim and Liverpool f)0
Sacks l urk Island, and lOObbls. refined
No. 19, Main Street, St. Louis, Missouri,
IAS COXSTAjYLY.OX IIAjYD of hit
own Minvfncturins;, a Wholesale and RtioU
supply of TlX and COPPER WARE, Hktti
Iron Wire. STOVES, GRATES, and every oth
er article, in Hue of business, Cheap for
T CHEAP CAS II BOOK STOUEJ
J . HA L S A li 1. .
V7HOLESALEand Retail Bookseller nd
V T Stationer, No. 124, Main Street, Saint
Louis, Mo., keeps on fiauu a splendid assortment
School, Law, Medical ami Miscellaneous Books;
Quills, Ink. Wafers, Steel Pens and
Slates, Writii.j and Wrapping
Papi-rs; lilauk Btioks
in creat varietv, together with every other arti
cles in his line of business.
Hooks l.ottnd ui the best manner.
Cdl and examine No. 124, Main Street, Et.
1 1 1.. C- 1 .
i a uoi. .-iiijjcrior rupir iiuuse,
Qi Kes superior article.
Nov. :iOth, LS Iti.
few very choice ones both coarse and line
H (one ware,
"lfo Gallons assorted, just received.
yf9 n .nn.
Farmers, Look to irom
mrrp i i i ...
'j'iii. suuscnoers mving made tlie necessa
ry arrangements, are now nrenared l.i
purchnse any quantity of HF.MP. WHEAT
BACOX, LARD, FLAX SEED, &c., &c.
For which they will pay the highest market
iOi" They are also making preparations by
wl ;eh they will bo enabled to store, ship, or
sell on commission, any produce, or merchan
dise, which may be entrusted to them.
II. E. BLOCK & CO.
100 Acres of first rate
Land for Sale;
Belonging to the estate of It P Petlet, dee'd.
THIS land is not surpassed by any tract
of laud, of the samu size, in tho county
of i'ikc, situated about two and a half
miles from Louisiana, on the road leading
Irom said town to Bowline Grcrn, about
la or 1) acres under cultivation, with good
log Luidings thereon. Terms will be made
to accommodate purchasers. Any person
wishing to examine or purchase, will please
cull on the undersigned.
in?" I will also sell the tract of land on
which I now reside, on reasonable terms,
containing 2 10 acres. Persons wishing to
purchase will please call and examine far
themselves. MOSES KELLY
"r(M.WEI'S or fTnjTstocTiv;
37" Tho subscriber, Jiving one mile East
of Louisville, Mo., has brought from Ken
tucky a fine young Jack, now offer his ser
vices to those who feci disposed to improve
.i . i -
Description He is A years old, full 14
1-2 hands high, fine bone, black color, &.c.
and was sired by old Royalist, for which &
his dainAiuiet, Capt. Geo. Carpenter, the
gentleman from whom I purchased him,
paid to Mr. Win. Hickman of Bourbcn co.
Ky., $3000 when he was a colt.
Persons will please call on tlie undersign
ed, ut his residence near Louisville, aud cx
aniino for themselves.
.V:.rch 29t!i, 1847. 3W&2.
J. T. ISkll.
worker of Copper, Tin,
and sfieet Iron,
jTTTAVlNG located himself in Lcuisiana, will
J keep constantly on hand a jrood 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. t'th, 1M0".
TIME IS MONEY.
HA ING supplied myself
with material, and secured the
Nservices of an experienced
Vr mechanic, 1 am prepared to re
pair all kinds ot Vta'ches,
Clocks, Jewelry &c., will
neatness, at the shortest notice
W . K. KENNEDY,
U N B. W. K. K. still attends to opera
tions on the Teeth, as heretofore.
Louisiana, .Vo. Feb. 1st, 1847.
Sa d ! i e, H a r n ess & Ti n n k
s - '3r&rr
I! II I i! I EVIL L li & Co.
3 H AYE removed from Water to Georgia St.
g fl one door above Doct. llarlett's Drugstore
where we vv ill be pleased to wait upon our old
friends, and those wishing to purchase any
thing in the Saddlery line.
Wc are determined to sell Saddles, Bri
dles, Mai liiii'alos &.c. dicaucr for Cash
than they can be. obtained at any other
place in this county.
Id' Our friends in the country who wish
bills struck, or job work of any kind neat
ly executed, can be accommodated at this
oilier, at the shortest notice, and upon the
most reasonable terms.
Banner Oilier, March Sth, 1847.
A Good assortment of Saddlery, Spanish
a. half Spunish, Fallback, and Sicd
Saddles; Bridles and Jartingah s, for sacl
very low by I. N. BliVSON & Co.