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Effort would be made by some foreign pow
er to possess it, either by eonquest or pur
chase If no foreign government should
acquire it by either of these modes, an 'in
dependent revolutionary Government would
probsbly be established Jiy the inhabitants!
and such foreigners as may remain in, or re
move to the country, as soon as it shall be
known that the United States have aban
doned it. Such a government would be
too feeble long to retain its seperate inde
pendent existence, and would finally be
come annexed to, or a dependent colony ol,
some more powerful State.
bhould any foreign government attempt
INDIAN QVEEN VEGETABLE SUGAR
COATED LULLS. ..
2Jihe Great Popular Medicine cf'tha day
Vast amount used per .month The numerous
und w emlerful ernes freffects Its lrauical ef
fect upon Bincis- Fevers, arid Fivir and
Aire Great ENtiU-iuent among the Doctors !!
I Tilt 1M)IA.1 dVCCI VEGETABLE SVOA-R WITIP
- ItF. now admitted on a!! haw? to be the
mot cxtiaorcinary and valuable medicine
in j;et:crul use. It not only acts as a spe
ctjic iiioii the bi!iou3 and tvphus fevtis,
J oi ill tiid ftver, end lVver ainl c&ue of the
I West and Sjuth but i: all diseases of dc-
to possess it, or as a colony or otherwise tc hiliiy. weak stomach, indigestion? loss of
incorporate it with itself, the principle an- appetite, impurity of li e blood, anfl all dis-
nouneedby President Monroe, in 1623, and
reaffirimed in my first annual message, that
no foreign power shall, with our consent,
be permitted to plant or establish aiy new
colony or dominion on the North American
continent, must be maintained. In main
taining this principle, and in resisting its
invasion by any foreign power, we might
be involved in other wars more expensive
and more difficult than that in which we
are now engaged. The provinces of JVcw
ims.'S prevalent in a western and southern
climate.. Their great power consisfs in
their peculiar effect upon all the'rgaus of
the system, and the rr.pid formation of writ
and rich Lhod whi-'ii they jroducc. In
this lies the great secret of their success.
They are mild and pleasant in their action
but searching and permanent in their ef
fect penetrating the remotest recesses of
the system by their ready absorption into
the blood, thereby infusing a new supply of
vitality and nervous power into all the ma
chinery of life. The extensive popularity
Hfo. r?oi;r.,a :.....,. cninoryoi me. iiie extensive
1 J I v linfa Q tn inrni oil Mnv I. i,tt i
to the territories of the United States, and;s ,f(. ,. , , . .Hst
if brought under the Government cf our
laws, their resources, mineral, agricultural,
manufacturing and commercial, would soon
. U pper California is hounded on the north by
our Oregon possessions, and if held by the Uni
ted States, would soon be settled by an enterprr
ing and intelligent portion of our population.
The Bay of San Francisco, and other harbors
long the California coast, would afford shelter
for oar navy. Our numerous whale shipo ' and
other merchant vessels employed on the Pacific
ocean, would, in a short period, become marts of
an extensive and profitable commerce with Chi
na, and other countries of the East.
These advantager, in which the whole
commercial world would participate, would
at once be secured to the United States by
the cession of this territory, while it is cer
tain, that as long as it remains a part of
the Mexican dominions they can be enjoy
ed neither by Mexico herself nor by any
New Afexico is a frontier, and has never
been of any considerable value to Mexico.
Frdm its locality, it is naturally connected
witn our western settlements. The terri
torial limits of the State of Texas, too, as
defined by her laws before her admission
into our Union, embraced all that portion of
ew Mexico lying east of the Eio Grand,
while Mexico still claims to hold this terri
tory as a part of her dominions.
- TheTe is another consideration which in
duced the belief, that the Mexican govern
ment might even desire to place this prov
ince under the protection of the government
of the United States. Numerous bands of
fierce warlike savages wander over it and
upon its bordej-s. Mexico has been, and
must continue to be too feeble to restrain
them, from committing depredations, rob-
Denes, and murders, not onlv nnon tha in
habitants of New Mexico itself, but upon
liiose of the other northern States of Mex
ico. It would be a blessing to these North
ern Mates toftave their citizens , protected
against them by the power of the' United
States. At this moment, many Mexicans,
principally females and children, are in
captivity among them.. If New Mexico
were neid and governed by the United
States, we could effectually prevent these
tribes from committing such outrages', and
ompei tnera to release these captives and
restore them to their families and friends.
In proposing to acquire New Mexico and
the Californias, it was known that but an
inconsiderable portion of the American peo
i u t . :- .
Vi wQum pc iransierred with, them, the
country embraced within these provinces
being chiefly an uninhabited region.
These were the leading considerations which
induced me to. authorize the terms of peace
which were proposed to Mexico. They were!
rejected, and negotiations being at an end, hos
tilities were renewed, and an assault was made
by our gallant army upon the strongly fortified
plaies near the gates of the city 0r Mexico and
unon tha nttu atoll. ...1 -r , .
- "j ., uuu ai icr several uays of
severe conflicts, the Mexicans forces, vastly su
perior in numuers to our own, were driven
Irora the eity, and it w.ts occupied by our troops.
Immediately after information was received
or the unfavorable result of negotiations, believ
ing that his continued presence could be produc
tive of no good, I determined to recall our Com
missioner. ! A despatch to this effect was trans
mitted to him on the 6th of October last. Thp
Mexican Government will be informed of hi
recau, ana uiat, in the existing state of thin' I
snui notpeem it proper to make any further over
tures of peace but shall be, at all times, ready
to.fe!??&? .and consider any proposals' which
hall be made by .- Mexico. . . .
Continued on 2d tfire.J - i
SS.UTJ Hoses per Moulh,
And we find it diiEcult with our large f.irce
of hands, and the late improvements in ma
chinery which we have adopted, to manu
facture t'u-m fast enough to supply the de
mand in thirteen Western and Southern
States! One larga manufactory is con
stantly engaged in preparing the various
concentrated extracts of which they are
composed. Fioui the 'best' information we
can obtain from our 8,000 scllinr agents.
md hortsof attentive Correspondents in all I
nartS of th roiiiitFv. rur im.rlipiMo rt..,'..e jMensfi
; NEW STORE.
Low diar, Dramas bloclt, Wafer Strtet,
Mil &' C0,
g3 EG LEAVE tq inform : the public that
Jl 5 fley are now opening at the above staud,
a. largk and. veil assorted slock of Mcrchundisa,
eujjrccig ;ill the articles usually found in Dry
Goods Stores. It cu-v.i ists in part as follows :
LADIES DBESS GOODS:
A few rutlen.s vcrv ruli and superior Cash-;
Io re li i.LCSe.
Meiitj.c!:rii r r':d'.i,
Caie-'.i !;i;i 1 I: i:s,
Tv. iilod Laiui Fiuic'f,
I!"e':i f t:re-.I Alpacis,
Llucli silk wui'jt !o
do e-il'iMi w:;rp i!o
half inuiiniir. i'Liid do.
Mli-.!in lie L:ii:ies,
superiur 1'LiJ Cluakings.
Fuj erior M.ie'iand Muc Cloths,
Brnwn and Bhiek Beaver "
Bhiek and faiii-y Cassimeres,
Blue blanket Cor.fings,
White ptv.i! uia! Line Blankets.
Fl.:l:llels, all colors,
Kcn'ly Jear.s j
I'Li.! Liiisi j f--
COTTON COODS: ,
-4 7- 4-4 and 5-4 brown sheeting and shirtings
me sea island brown ' ' do
Bleached Cottons, ull kinds;
7-S and 4-4 Oser.biiru'.'".
Bed Ti'kiiir; Brown Drillings,
Cotton Varus, Candle Wieking ic.
HATS AND CAPS:
parts of the country, our ieiici:ie cures,
I cr incuth,not less than 10,000 cases of fe
ver and ague, one tiiousaud of which have
resisted all other treatment;
4,f00 eases of bilious lever,
5,300 do of weakneis and general debility,
2,500 do of various chrome ilire;isrs.
4i,wv uo ol weak lenacIlKlosSoi appetite.
bOO do of dyspepsia,
1,200 lo of riieuiiia'.iMn,
1,000 do of female complaints,
l,'20O do of ai;iie cuke, or enlarged spleen.
1,500 do of liver complaint,
500 do i f scarlet fever,
400 do of typhus lever,
800 do putrid tore threat,
This must appear ahyost inrrcdiblc. but the
numerous letters i'fuin phvsiciai.s, agents, and
tl-.ose who ie the medicine, i'rein l11 li:e We-
. jtcrn and Southweslcru Mates, lislv U Uiat thi
is a moth rnh etiiate, a ml that cur medicine ist
rapidly taking the place of the various itgor
coated covnirrfiils ; which are allx.il, and the nu
merous ionic mixtures, made wholly of quiniur,
which are impnsea upon the public' by manufac
turers who lire, ttoloJy Inous vlta't!
Dr. Bragg's famous Sugar Coated Indian
Qeen Vegetable Pills ate of two kinds tha
Cathartic and the Tonic. The Tonic i;il!s
are peculiarly' adapted to the quick and
permanent cure ol lover and ague, torpor
i me iivcr, anu general debility. It is in
lever and ague, chill fever, &, that they a
cineve tbcir greatest tnumphs. It rarely
"I""" ucr iwcmc itours, or mere than
lialt a box of the tonic pills, lu break the
chills and effect a permanent cure w hid
srareiyuie case Willi the tome mixtiu
ot quinine, bawk'-d about the countiv bv
ignorant pretenders. Those who take the
tonic puis once, will never forsake them.
vtu can wonder then that . a medicine
oi such extensive popularity and extraordi
nary .virtues should cause- .
Great E:ctenientiimoiig (lie Doctors!:
.i'hc prejudices , of physiciaiu against
their use are at laslciven wav to th'' nbi
of reason, and tlie convictions of ever day
opi ricnce winch they derive from their
patients and triends who use tin m.
Doctors are now almost evprv d.-w con.
,t: i a . :. j
umi; uruersirom everv iort oith ,.n,rv
for supply of these pills to use in their
practice. , .
Here is one all the way from the State of
Mississippi j,t received. Let Doctors
and the sick look to it and hasten to pro
cure a supply of this wonderful Tonic:
Ikxcu Gnovf, Tii-i'Aii Co.. Jliss., 1
July Uuh, 1S47. (
, . Ml . , 1.4M nn
v rii" " " J'ou Ulat 1 llavc use!' fl11 "" Ton
w I ills, and therefore pray you to send mc an-
ouier supply iinini uiately, as there is iniuii f0-
icr ami u;iie witluii the bounds d'mv ,r-
n,i 1 1,..,: ... i . . .. . i-"--.
un,j Anew now 10 saiiiy unu cure n.y
jjuucius wiinollt Uiem.
1 have thoroiihlv tested vt.nr Ton;,, .,..1
in my practice through lids country, not only in
chills and Jcver, but in real Irrwi.I Ji rcr, & have
-utn success irom their Use that 1
ur and clutli Cajis of every variety, iu-
c;u..iiig a Jew superior Jur seal, ami
siik J'hiMi Caps; .
TiiyN1 Cap?, a l'iiil L;
Fur Hats, a t'.io 1 asui tmcnt,
whiti; ;.;;d bL.ck wool do.
LOOTS AND SHOES
DOLLARS WORTH OF
JUST RECEIVED AND NOW OPENING,
M .-. CONSISTING OF . -v ii
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Bonnets,
Hats and Caps, Shoes and Boots, Bear
dy Made Clotung, , Saddlery, . .
Hardware, Qneensware, 7'in .
. and Stoneware, Drugs, i i. il
.; Medicines, Oils,. . . -u .' . : '
nishes. Dye Slfffs,
Glass, Iron and Cast"
ins, JVads, Groceries; '
Pittsburgh, G. jf. and Liver- '
pool Salt, ffViiilicy, Brandy,
JVines, Vinegar, Tar, Mackerel S?c, c
indded to our former stock, makes a more gene
ral assortment than is Usually kept by any tne
Tj' Bein thankful for the very liberal pat
ronage, heretofore exter.dcd to us, and .wishing
to accommodate our old customcrcs as nearly
as possible, Willi every article tiicy mav need,
and also very desirous of maMr-sas many New
ones as possible, we will endeavor at all times
to keep such GOODS as the wants of the coun
try demand, ami to oiler them on such terms ane
prices as to meet the views of purchasers.-
We CAN afford, and we WILL sell, at St.
Loci Retail Pint es, and as cheap, if not
cheaper, than any other house on the upper Mis
sisippi; and yet, not "too cheap to charge" to
punctual men on short tine. I
TfThe highest market price given for thej
produce of the country. j
iTf Vktiiiuvca, large and cominooiotts Ware-
CARDS. li T
A TTENDS Kgularly "the eavUJfil
X5. Lincoln .and St. Charles counties. ' "K
1T Address Prairieville, Pike oountvr'ift.
November 8tn IS417.' A 4 3
INFORMS the public thtt thetimtfer fits
sociation with Dr. E. M. Bflrtlett hwirifSxi
pired by limilationi tie now oflers his profeskioft'L
al services to the ciiisensof Louisiana and sur
rounding country: Hoping tat close attention U
his profession will entitle liiai toome of their
cash. Office in a room or the Store! af Ed
win Draper & -Brothers, where he Jniy be found
unless pi'ofessional'y engaged. ' ' ; ' ' j"
Nov. 15Ui 1847. ... .. . -
D. 3I0BTIM0BB. ' BHTMSr
3I0RTM0RE & BRYAN,' 1
General Commission - & Forward ijur
MKKCIIAM'JS .. -
23 No. 71 Front and Commercial ' Streets,
Sept. G, M7-6m. ST. LOUIS. MO.
"""E. G. McUlE, . ;
EALF.R in Drv Cores', Groceries, READY
MADE CLOTHING, Produce &e.
. W3I. T. KNAPP,
BOOR BINDER ;:
AND . -. .,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTUEt.E,
f icpubiicau 3::ildi!if;s, o. 1C Chesaut St
house for the- storm-' ol Tobac co and -oilier pro- ls Rta!1 l,,rc prepared to make Jii.akk i.-oc(9 el
duee. to which wo narticularlv invite the alien-;anJ' s,ze oripialily. O'tiUiJKS ol all kinds.
ion of Tobacco glowers.
I. X. RRYSOX & CO.
Louisiant April, 2fllh, 1S47.
BIIE U!i-!erined, haini; purchased t!.
jj stick ol (Iito.U lorni'-rlv belursjir. to Mr.
Wm. Lec l. and im ing lately added to said stt.c-k
y pureliases m i leat M.Lmi, is now pn-tared
l- oil. r to Ins ir.e
GROCERIES, (R EENSWARE. IIAHD
WAHI', HOOTS, SilOES. H ATS, and
iD- UEADV MADE CLOTHING; F
All of which, will be soIJ !.s lew as tlie', can be
bought at any establishment in th Coiit.lv.
FOR SEPTK ?I B E H, I S-S T.
W UST receiving and onenin a ireiieri.1 assort.
ejP mcnt of Dry Goads, Hard-Ware, Queens-
Ware, li.d, Caps, BkIs, Shoes and a larae
l l' I rA MH-.V f-T fiTiIIW- C. -
of every variety, and at the lowest price, of tlie wllich w 11 be ol W V'io CS 'X
M.aM,n. 1 . - i . i i
'oriwfil iiitr nil imi'il iirpulllir itniii Willi ir
. i o - e
IIAHIIWAUU i-r. G
including log and. tra.-c Chains, Spades, Shovels,
gr. in e'p, C!:".l:ii Knives, Shovels and
lu'..'. And Ir-.ns, v;l, lr-.n ftails.
a few full tea sett fii;e China ware.
Gl.iss pn -i r t Sl;ri.!.-;
heavy lia'.cd Tina' !i-rs.
A Iarj?e and ?f '.-iidi I st ick.
Every variety and of the newest styles.
A large stock, and sume very rich. '
Silk and Cotton H.m .!kY.
Mack lt d. and fancy silk Cravats.
Ladies fancv do
Lace s and I s, all kinds.
white atul 1 hits silk Nells,
do do ccfton do
Cambrics, Jut on ts. Swiss & Mull Muslins,'
JUi.-Iii-p l.auas ir.
white atd ni:t Lamb's wool Hose,
io do ei'tti'ii,
bl'k. Alp.-.ran:id(Vhmere do '
COCM RV MADE JEANS,
00 ja s. fir sale at l r..m SO to (iOcts. per yard.
A full stock. - ' '
A full stock.
Linseed Oil, Caster Oil, Turpentine, win- '.
dow Glass, Putty, painted liiickets,
superior Va. cliewin-r Tobacco.
ALL of which will be sold at the lowest nri.
oes of llie m.irki-t for Cah or Countrv Produce
i iic puoiif!, aim espfci.illr the ladies, arc respect
fully soliciledto ive lis ii call.
We shall soon be prepn d to purchase for
vdn, inusiui me important articles
bound or rk?-bound in any style desired, cheaply
urn Willi (lespatcn. ah work. warranted. . i
Angiwt lbtb, 1847 .1m.
Joseph D. Withers,
TOBACCO FACTOR, ;
- ' ' AND- ' i ; i
GENETtAi. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
St Lou j;, Nistouri.
X rII-L make liberal advantes uptn Tolac
f eo and all Atl.er Produce (t r.siencd W
him. " ptiice on a ii:e, between Crslard ioe
unl streets, al the "Vine Street Hotel."
.Vn-ch L'lHh, 1817.
J. il. Henderson,
(VTTORNEV, AT LAW, CtAausnnr, M?.
V" ILL promptly attend to Pny lusir.ess t:it
V V mnv be enlrttsted to his care. "
Clarksvii'le. Mav 3d, ISI7. . - .,
JITTO JJ.VI-: Y.1T W, JJovling-Ortnt, Jlfe,
Kcularlv attends the Circuit Cuurta f Pile
U and the i ul4ie,a general - Lic 'HmaauipBtt ?
THE undersigned hav-
ft l,V purchased llie entire
TW s,OLli "' J" K Gbs!'-V' 5,1
q Sherifi"s sale, en the :ilt.
- Ay ''' oi i..r,-n msf, will
fZc eonliiiueibe Uiacksmithii.g
1 business ;.l the brick hop
. on tie.iria blrcet, m L.OU
He will ulsu iiinii-Ii to order, through
ATTORNEY AT LAW, EowLisc'-Cait,?!.
Oliice in the Court House.
s... ac-L, 14".
ATTORNEV A . LAW,Ife!w f.,:-Gwi,M.
ill prjmj.Uy altc;:U taail business entrust! i
O his ;.ii-C.
1. f .
Will proiuplir atu-
tie eiiinislei.' to iii
8. F. Murray,
UNEY AT LAW, Louisiana, 1
a:,y Vukiuess thil Bay
'J'AIiES this method of tenderhig his Uianks
to the public, icr the liheral palrcnsee ex-
icnccii to i.i:
of Hardin &.
.Lining the rxi.-dir.ee of the firn
.tCIure. Mute the dlssolutina
of. tile firm, he has deteimiued fo locate himself
FTm.iiiu.i!y.,ilLtho town of Lonisirna. ar.d to
Her his profession;.! .-frvicts to the "citizen, of
III agent I.. K. (ilashv. Wa-:.l!S Carriaw, X. ,.
t materi.iL. iuir of iijiroved workman
I -work lVSh the b'riek shoi. w i!l lu
warranted Re f,! satisfied ilfat IU hU tit
Imi-. be will ho i, .r,-!,-.. I, ... l .L
er materials cheaper th.in ihrv em bo r.l.ijS,.,i!,,,etownand its vicitiilv, honinU bv strict altcn-
ny country smiths, ami thereby enable his ajenti , ianl7 npu moderate cfctrges,.to receive
Louisiana lo tell ins work lower than it can
be sold by others in the same trade.
share of public patronage.
Mck" AY & m
Louisiann, Mo., Sep. 27ih, 1S47.
NEW FALL ANI) WINTER
WAUO M.mik? Vri K. , m..lCKSJIlTll.ls-J
His resider.ee is i n tTcnrf slrrof nnn.il
I N. Pry son's store, in the setcrd holise east
of. llaird's new Hotel. . - :t ! :. .
noiv iind myself ut a great loss to gctidong with
out Uiem I consid. r them a creat b!cssino;lo
the itoAnl. r il... , .. . - c
rw.r.t , ,,1-m aa ,-soniti, and
sausnei mat th,-v arc imunrtant in
iflff ollm ..r
more iucascs Uiaii you recommend them for.
Don't fail to forward mc a sunn! bv. o-.;i
quickly as possible, directed as al-ove.
. . v cry respeetlully, yours.
, JAMES HODGES, M. D:
Jror'SaIe at the follow lllrr tdnro
C T c. rt ' . . Q -
j-.. uiari-r . uroilier.i. JOIiisinn.i.
J. G. & J. W. Campbell BowlinL'-Greea.
John L I.nke, C'.arksville,
James K. ratton, Paynes ville,
Minor & Euljank. P'rairiei-;ile.
i homas M Carroll, Grass-creek, Pike ee.
"as . i.ampron, JXew London
W.S. Cockran, Aiibiirn.LincoIa countv
Britton & WooIfolk;,Trpy, Mo. -L.
Paxton, Louisville, ' ,"
Sep: rtfc, isi'48.
TV. are now reccivinjra hinrc.nn? woll '.
sorted stock of Goods, suitable for the
season, consisting of
G oods, G roccries.
Uuccnswarc, &c, &c..
which we will sell at vcrv low nr!. r..
vy..in vr l rouitre. t'ersons wishing to pur
chase Goods will nlease i'ive n i...
- , 1 o - wm.. ti;
' C. JA CK'SON & BRO.
W'V'.41 i.'..i.M,.li, Iiavmg associated
nsel-. es toLatherforthe pui poe of
the ir.HHhv, iMiinuci: .v.
JUST II rX'EIVED a complete assortirent of
HI..1CKS.V1T1LYC r.rxr vrw
respectfully announce to the citizens nf I.m.;' !'
na and the surrounding countrv, that thevarc
i-ii-.i. I 4 . . J
, ..,...u.i-itiuc any uruer in their line, at
the shortest notice, and upon the most reasona
ble terms. Thev u-itl L-.,. ..n,.u....fi.. i i
tmr.l .... .j. .v.i.umi. nil iianu,
r1,r at their nr-ie 1r,i.,n hIM;,, :.. c-.
wet . r the old brick, a goal supply of Wag'ims
-.... v .....,Se8 oi u,e uest materials. AH work
nunc i.y iiieiii win im warranted.
Louisiana, June Hth, lt47. '
I)r.-B:- P. Trimbld. '
jfTAVING located, permanently iu Clarks
a I; ville, Mo., otrcrs his services to (he citi
zens of the town and its vicinity, in the praA
tlee of Mciiit-iiie and Suigrj-.. : I'
P't-in? a graduate of Transj Iva'nia University,
Lcxiiigton, Kv.. and h:ivini nitnod innnw nf
Uic graud operations performed by' Professor
Dec lev of that place,- he flutters himself that
he will be able, if called m, . tA
. , ... - 1 V vi.wiv
s..ti..te(in in every branch of his profession.' '
He hones bv the most .n;iiln...i aitt; t.
;Uic runout duiies of hi nmr.c;.,n awi
rate charges, to merit a share of public patron-
II e will also keep a jrenrral assortment of
Drug .Uiedioines, perfumery, pinfc, oils &o.;
which will be sold very low for cash. -. , .-
March 22,18-17.- OmHO.
fino Kr:.s fli-nd Kda.v-1 t:h Ls ni
from 2 73c to .'-12. CJl'ai.il r..
scivcs. as to quality we are sure you w ill be
JACKSON & PRO.
Jj There will boa public Instalh.tinn fil..
Lorenzo Nkwnam. Samiti k a
I g Having this day associated them- g
selves together. in the Boot aud Ja
Sl,c trad.-, take this method of saying fo the
citizens of Louisiana nml ife
(the3; intend to keep on hand a complete us-
i.iuia oircet, ot. 4-OUlS, Missouri
I JAS COXST.7-YLY Q.V BJXB of hit
ownM,nvfaefuriisr,a lVholesnk anJTtiait
JW&V TUVtmd COPPER WARErShteU.
Iron Hire, STOVES. CRjITF.S. ,2-r nil
C-"h tf' i,irilintof biness, is Cheap for
o . im may n,e L'iu inst., (St. John's ae .ir Vf v- 'i '"r .own,.
wav,; ai iv lucii umean address will be delivered ! , V" . 'nanuuetnre, which
by Rev. br... JJond. All brethren in the vb.;;.ill,cJ; are "ej to sell as. low as fl.
in fond st.'iii lliwi- ..Tt- ..il i. i .i '
Ir ii i "."isieui oreuiren arei
..-wtiuiiy ini,t(iio attend.
lJy order of the Lodge,
. , ' E. BLOCK, SecV.
Louisiana, Mo0Dec.3d, 1847, A: L; 8847.
- .iouriai-peasecoy.i j,
can be sold in Pike countv
W nimble six.pence is bitter Vtn a slow
sUUngr and wit h jLisJ ,otto i;,.ie
thi-yareidetermined to tradnnn ;i. '
leash system, with the hope of liberal patron
M , . SWNAM.& ALlK"!
Z?CIIE1P CIS BOOK STORED
M. Tl A T. s n
i:7IIOLF.SALEnnd Rrtail Ikiokseller and
. f Stationer. Nil. I !?aI liTain fivMet fininl
JUOIUS. Mo.. ket'DS Oil hlXUt'. n cnlon.liM cnmant
School, Law, Medical and Miseeiraheont Boolrtj
Quills, Ik, Wafers, Steel Pejia and v
Slates, Writing and Wrapping
Papers; Blank Books
in great variety, totrcther vdth ntk- ..V-
clesjn Ins , luu; of business,, ,i .. 7 , ,.,
Books touna in tyo best manner.' ' .
Call'and examine-No. 124, Mala Street,
St. Louia. .tat-ini
touisiaaa, Mo., Ang. SOth, IS47,