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The act of tbo 6th of August, 1846, to 'INDIAN QUEEN VEGETABLE SUGAR
O ' "i
t.tfiMlh ft warj.lmiumrr rfl(Am I, ..a tiAAn!
, ,l , lrThe Great Popular Medicine of the day
. ... .J V ast amount used per month The numerous
w w w ii luijivitaiji uuAuidij m uir vatiu
and wonderful cures it effects Its tragical ef
fect unon Bilious fevers, and Fever and
Artie Great Excitement among the Doctors 11
the ci ti.i vrcrTABLt sccaa coat
act of 1816, in augmenting the revenue)
and extending the commerce of ll.e coun-;
Whilst It .,m to..1-il I..
commerce it nas oeen oenenci ai to uur man-; pills
ufactures by diminishing forced sales v' a TIP now admitted on all hands to le the
auction, of foreign goods at low prices, to most extraordinary and valuable medicine
cause the duties to be advanced on tlcm, in neiieial use. It not only acts as a spe-i
and by checking fluctuation in the market. cijYc. upon t!ie bilious and typhus fevers, J
I he system, alUiougli suctioned by !ic ix-chils and (ever, and lever at.u ague ot the
perience of otiier countries, was entirtly.Wesi and South b'lt in all diseases of de-
new in tlie United States', and is susiepti- bilify, weak stomach, indigestion, loss of
bleof improvements in some of its proMs- appetite, impurity of the blond, and all dis
ions. The Secretary of the Treasury, up-cases prevalent m a western aud southern
on whom was devolved large discretionary'climate. Their great power consists in
powers in carrying this measure into effect, their peculiar effect uj on all the organs of
is now collecting the practical results ul the, the system, and the rapid formation ot new
system in other countries, w here it has long 'and rich blood which tjiey produce. In
been established, and will report at an ear-ithis lies the great secret ot their succe s.
If period of your session such further rg- They are mild and pleasant in their action
ulations sujreested by those investigations, but searching and permanent in their cf-
as may render it still more effective and feet penetialing the remotest recesses of
oeneuCMJ. j the system ny meir reaoy aosorpuon imo
By the act to provide for the better or-jthe blood, thereby infusing a new supply of
ganizationof the Treasury and for the col-jvitality and nervous power into all the ma
lection, safe keeping and disbursement of Ichinerv of life. The extensive popularity
the public revenue, all banks were discon-jthey have acquired all over the West and
tinned as the fiscal agents of the govern-.fcoutli ensures sales ot at least
ment. and lianer currency was no longer 5,MM Hoses per Month,
ll.iNiafl , WA aaMAiKd) arm not'inanr F till And we find it difficult with our larce force
!i AnB of hands, and the late improvements in ma
The Constitutional Treasury, created bychinery which we have adopted, to jnanu-
this act, weBt into operation on the 4th ol .iiure mv ..... .-....uB ..,,,
Jamary last. Under the system establish-1 mana in u.irieen esiern aim cm
dbv it, the public monies have been eoMt"' 0ne ,arJ5 manufactory is
lA.T,i ...ri l .i:,.k...J k., i.iStantlv encaged in preparing the various
d1r.rtn(TPnftl,Anm.ppnr fl.vprn-lconcenlrated extracts of which they are
ment, in gold and silver; and transfers of!c,nPs!j- , Fro,n l,,c0b"t 'n"'mation we
large amounts have been made from points!"" blitln from our 8000 gfe,1,nS aSent!'
Ot collection to the points of disbursement, -"" ...
withnnt ln f fl, Trn.,rv nr iMnvrn parts of the country, our medicine cures,
fer mouth, not less than 10,000 cases of fe
ver and ague, one thousand of which have
ience to the traffic of the country
Vhllf? flip fic1 nnprafinnfi fif tlu frnv
ernment have been conducted with regu- r'!'ea all other treatment;
1--:. A u 4.500 cases ol bilious fever.
a salutary effect in checking an undim in-j
flatinn of the paper currency issued from;
the banks wlucli exist, under stale charters.
Requiring, as it does, all dues to the gov
ernment to be paid in gold and silver, its
effect is to restrain excessive issues of bank
paper, dispropoitioned to the specie in their
vaults, for the reason that they are at all
times liable to be called on by the holders
of the notes, for their redemption, in order
to obtain specie for payment of duties and
other public dues. The banks, therefore,
do of weaknes and general debility,
do of various chronic diseases,
do of weak stomach & loss of appetite,
do of dyspepsia,
do of rheumatism,
do of female complaints,
do of auc cake, or enlarged spleen,
do of liver complaint,
do f scarlet feer,
do of typhus fever.
do putrid sore throat,
This must appear almost incredible, but the
numerous letters from physicians, aprnts, and
those who use th5 medicine, from all the Wc
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mu Keen their business within prudent itern an(, Southwestern State. ti!yit that this
limits, and be always in a condition to meet;iia m0liiTate estimate, and that our medicine ist'
uch calls, or run the hazard of being come
pelled to suspend specie payments, and b
The amount of specie imported into the
United States, during the last fiscal year
M7a 131 oon r ,i,:l. tk.. ...
" 'I w, . 1 1 HIIILII LIIC1C V. 1 .1 I 7 I
nA ; k o-m u. I'OecnAecttablo Fillsarcol two kuitis Uia
the former finanrial ! Cathartic and the 1 onic. 1 he Tonic pills
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f fever and Hgue, torpor
rapilly tiking the place of the various nipnr
coated counterfeits which are aflo.it, and ihe nu
merous omV'mixtures, made wholly of f winine,
which are imposeu upon the public by inaiiufuc
turers who lire, uolodv fawus ichtrt!
Dr. Bragg s famous sugar Coaled Indian
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the public monev been t.laced on deposit in'arc peculiarly adapted lo ll.e qu.CK aim
t . . . . :
Lower door, Draper' t block, Waltr Strut,
JPKAY & CO.,
IB EG LEAVE to inform the public that
J3 they are now opening at the above stand,
a lartit and veil assotted stock of Merchandise,
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embracing all Ujc articles usually louna in wry
Goods Stores. It consists in part as follows :
LADIES DRESS GOODS:
A few patterns very rich and superior Cash
Mi'iil pciiMtr Plaids,
Twilled Laina Plaids,
Kich liirurcd Alpacas,
black silk warp do
do citton warp do
half mourning Plaid do.
Muslin do Laines,
superior Plaid Cloakings.
Superior blac's and blue Cloths,
Brown and Black Beaver "
Black and fancy Cassimercs,
Blue blanket Coatings,
White pearl aud blue Blankets.
Flannels, all colors,
Ken'ty Jeans do
Plaid Linsrvs, &e.
3-1 7-8 4-4 and 5-4 brown sheeting and shirtings
Fine sea ilaiid brown do
Bleached Cottons, all kinds;
7-8 Mul 4-4 Osnaburgs.
Bed Tii king; Brown Drillings,
Cotton Yarns, Candle Wicking &c
HATS AND CAPS:
nji permanent cure
- - s ww v a is oiiiuii
would have gone into their vaults, not to be"1 l"e Hver m" ft. Tlx ,
thrown into circulation by them, but with- f,!er "J C,,,,U c)'e.r' &'. that, yJ'
held from the hands of the people, and ch,e?e tl,e,r umi'- U rfj
, f , 1 J"r rcnuires over twelve hours, or more than
made a basis of new and enormous issues, "1" , f -ii' , i,r,.Mi. fi,.
of bank paper. A large proportion of the H.f, a L?x "f V'6 t0'UC !?..b" .V: ,
apecie imported has been paid into the
Treasury for public dues, and after having
been, to a great extent, recoined at tUf
mint, has been paid out tf - ""'c cre
itors. n"lo irciuation as a curren
cy among the people. The amount of gold
and silver coined, and now in circulation in
the country, is larger than at any former
The financial system, established by the
constitutional Treasury, has thus far been
eminently successful in its operation, and I
recommend an adherence to all its essential
provisions, and especially to that vital pro
vision which fully separates the govern
ment from all connection with banks, and
xH'idej bank paper from all revenue re
eived. . lu some of its details, not involving its
general principles, the system is defective,
and will require modification. These de
fects, and such amendments as are needed
nd deemed important, were set forth in the
last report of the Secretary of the Treasu
ry. Those amendments are again recom
mended to the early and favorable conside
ration of Congress.
- During the past year the coinage at the
mint and its branches hat exceeded twenty
million of dollars. This has consisted cliif
ly in converting the coins of foreign coun
tries into American coins.
The largest amount of foreign coins im
chills and effect a permanent cure wind
israrelvthe rase with the tonic mixtuie
urnorant pretenders, liio.se who take the
tonic pills once, will never forsake them
Who can wonder then that a medicine
of such extensive popularity and extraordi
nary virtues should cause
Great Exclement umonf the Doctors!!
The prejudices of physicians against
their use are at last given way to the play
of reason, and the convictions of ever day
experience which thev derive Irom their
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patients and friends who use them.
Doctors are now almost every day sen-
dine orders from every part of the country
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lor a supply ot these puis 10 use in meir
Here is one all the way from the State of
Mississippi, just received. Let Doctors
and the sick look to it and hasten to pro
cure a supply of this wonderful Ionic:
Beach Grove, Tippah Co., Miss.,
July 10th, 1S47.
To Dr, ifragg, St Louis, Jlo., Dear Sm
have to inform you that I have used all our Ton
io Pill, and therefore urav von to send inc an
other suunlv immediately, as there is much le
ver and ague within the bounds of my practice,
and 1 hereby know how 10 sausiy aim cure my
natients without them.
1 have thoroughly tested your Tonic pills and
in my practice through this country, not only in
chills and fever, but in real typhnvt fever, M have
m.'t with siu-li success from their use that 1
Men's fur and cloth Caps of every variety, in
cluding a lew superior lur seal, ana
silk Plush Caps;
Boys' Caps, a full stock;
Fur Hals, a good assortment,
w hite and black wool do.
BOOTS AND SHOES
of every variety, and at the lowest prices of the
including log and trace Chains, Spades, Shovels
gram Scoops, cutting Knives, Miovelsand
Tongs, And Irons, Sad Irons, Nails.
QUEEN SWA RE,
a few full tea setts fine China ware,
(jranitr-warc, all kinds.
Glass preserve SUmd;
A l.irge an l splendid stock.
Every variety an I f the newest styles.
A large stock, and seme very rich.
Silk and Cotton Halidk'ls.
bl.'.ek lt.d. and fancy silk Cravats.
Ladies fancy do
L:crs and LMi.'M'gs, all kinds,
whiteand I I.k k silk Netts,
do do co tun do
Cambrics. Jai onets, Swiss & Mull Muslins,
Bishop L.HIUS &c, ivr.
white ai:d luixt Lamb's wool Hose,
do do etitlnn,
bl'k. Alpaca and Cashmere do
COl'NTKV MADE JEANS,
500 yd'. Tor sale J " 3
X fU stock.
DYE STI FFS,
A full stock.
Linseed Oil, Castor Oil, Turpentine, win
dow Glass, Putty, painted Buckets,
superior Va. chewing Tobacco.
ALL of which will be sold at the lowest pri
ces of the market for Cash or Country Produce.
The public, and especially the ladles, are respect
fully solicited to gi us a call.
We shall soon he prepared to purchase lor
Cash, most of the important articles of country
produce. JlchAI RtU.
Louihnn, Mo., Sep. 27th', 1H47.
DOLLARS WORTH OF
JUST RECEIVED AND NOW OPENING,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Bonnets,
Hats ana Caps, bhoesana Moots, uea
dy Made Clothing, Saddlery,
Hardware, Queensware, Tin
and Stoneware, Drugs,
nishes, Dye Stuffs,
Glass, Iron and Cast
ings, JWius, groceries,
Pittsburgh, G. Jl. and Liver
pool Salt, IVhisktu, Brandy,
IVines. Vinegar, Tar, Mackerel tec., frc;
added to our former stock, makes a more gene
ral assortment than is usually kept by any ene
Tt Beine thankful for the very liberal pat
ronage, heretofore extended to us, and wishing
to accommodate our old customeres as nearjy
as possible, with every article they mav need,
aim also very desirous 01 inuKing as uiuny 11 1
ones as possible, we will endeavor at all times
to keep such GOODS as the wants of the coun
try demand, and to offer them on such terms and
prices as to meet the views ol purchasers.
Wc CAN ahonl, and wc WILL sell, at Sr.
Louis Retail Pkices, and as cheap, if not
cheaper, than any other house on the upper Mis
sissippi; and yet, not "too cheap to charge to
punctual men on short time.
JTj" ine highest marKci price given lor uie
produce of the country.
rf We have a large and commodious Ware-
houre for the storing ol Tobacco and other pro
duce, to which we particularly invite the atten-
lon of Tobacco growers.
I. N. BRYSON & CO.
Louisiam April, 25th, 1847.
NEW FALL AND WINTER
"1TrE are now receiving a larpe and well as
f f sorted stock of Goods, suitable for the
season, consisting of
Dry uoous, Groceries,
Queensware, &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
U. JAUIVMJi Ci BBU.
JITTn T) r-- V JiT- T aixr
ATTENDS regularly the courts of PiU,
Lincoln and St. Charles counties.
21" Address Praineville, Pike county. Ma.
November 8th 1847.
Dr. J. L Woodffw
BH " v turn uv HIUB VI tUV
1 sociation with Dr. . M. Bartlett bavin ex
pired by limitation, he now orTert.his profession.
ai services 10 ine citizens oi ugatisimna and sur
rounding country: Hoping trat close attention to
his profession will entitle him to some of their
cash. TfW Office in a room of the Store of Ed
win Draper & Brothers, where he may be fouaj
unless professionally engaged.
Nov. 15th 1847.
MORTIxlIORE & BRYAN,
General Commission k Forwarding
No. Tl Front and Commercbl Streets,
Sept. 6, '47 6m. ST. LOUIS. MO.
E. G. McQUIE,
DEALER in Dry Goods, Groceries, KfcADT
MADE CLOTHING, Produce &c.
W5I. T. KNAPP,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER.
hoepublican Buildings, Bfo. 16 Cbesnnt It
r kt. 11 nits
Is at all times prepared to make Bi.aux fioosi of
any size or quality. JTJ" BOOKS of all kinds.
bound or re-bouna in any aiyie oesireo, cneapiy
and with despatch. All work warrant-d.
August Ibtli, l&il rfm.
Joseph D. Withers,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
t Louts, nissonri.
VY7ILL make liberal advances upon Tolie
If co and all other Produce consigned to
him. 0r" Office on vine, between first at.d iso.
ond streets, at the "Vine Street Hotel."
.1arch 29th, 1847.
J. B. Henderson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Clabksvilii, 41
ILL promptly attend to any business Out
j may be entrusted to his care.
Clarksvillc, May 3d, 1847.
rOli SEPTEMBEIt, I SIT.
"I" I ST receivinsr anU opening a general 1
ment of Dry 'Goods, Hard-Ware, yueens-
Ware, Hals, Caps, Boots, Mioes auu a large
READY MADE CLOTHING, &c
which will be offered low for C.-SIronly.
crediting on open account is done with by
0 i- T..V-tl
A TT0RXE Y JIT LAW, Bowling- Green, X:
Reularlv attends the Circuit Courts of PiU
Ralls, Lincoln, Warren and Montgomery.
N. P. Minor,
ATTORN FY AT LAW, Bowsc-Gri!i,.Vf
Office in the Court House.
Sap. 2(Jih, 1847
ATTORNEV Aa LAW,Bowt!.-.c-Grix,Mo.
Will promptly attend U all business entrusui
o us care.
I stock of GoihIs formerly belonging to !l
W m. Li e t, ami havini' ' V"
, . tr , .1- maiic at Si. Louis, is now prcpai
to Jlti r to his friends aud the public, a gene
HE undersigned, having
Notice to Trespassers.
f I MIE undersigned hereby erive notice lo all
i concerned, that we shall prosecute ofl'end-
ers in every case lor culling or hauling away
anv timlter. wood, whether standin'r up or fallen
down, or rock, from the lands of the subscribers.
We also wish to remind such persons that such
trespasses are indictable bvfore the grand jury,
anil subject to line and iinprisouncui wneii prop
erty cannot be found to pay damages.
I.. IJltAl'l.ll Jt iinuiur.tta,
PH1NEAS BLOCK, by his agent
November 23d, 1847.
to ."vl r.
public, a general
GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, HARD
WARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, and
r" READY MADE CLOTHING;
All of which, will be sold as low as they can be
bought at any establishment in the County.
THE undersigned hav
ing purchased the entire
stock of E. R. Glasby, at
Sheriff's sale, 011 the 31st.
day of .Uirch last, will
continue the Blacksmithing
business at the brick shop
on Georgia Street, in Lou-
lan.i. He will also luruisli to order, through
his agent E. R. Glasby, Wagons. Carriages &e.
of the best material, and of approved workman
ship. All work Irom the lirick shop, will lie
warranted lie leels satislieil that living in M.
Louis he will be able to purchase Iron aud nth
r materials cheaper than they can be obtained
by country smiths, and thereby enable his agent
in Louisiana to sell his work lower than it can
be sold by others in the same trade.
juiiin a. nicci XNt
nortedhas been received at N. York, and ifinotv find invself ala great loss to get along with
a branch mint were eitablishedat that citr.lout them. I consider them a great blessing to
all the current coin received at that port :thc people of the West and South, and I am
could at once
II a I-itllUItrLIII" IL LU L1JD Ik U 1 tun 1 ...
.1 ' :.,,i l, .nurl, quickly as p
oe convcrieu imu iur un.-- 1 . .
i .1 -il....'mnr.. i :ie:isrs man vou cuiniiuimu
me expense or risic anu ueiay - -7 .i.,
J .1.. r 4i.f ...... Don t tail to lorward me a supply
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ossiliie, Qirccieu as uuutc
the cure of
by mail, as
1 1ST RECEIVED a complete assort ent of
' fine Brass ( I and 8 day ) Clocks, at prices
from $2 TOc to $12. Call ami Judge lor your
selves: as to quality we arc sure you will be
satisfied. L,. JAUKMJIS Ct JJKU.
Verv rcsoecirully, your.
JAMES HODGES, M. D:
r-For Sale at the following places:
E. Drarer & Urothers, Louisiana,
Experience has taught tliat foreign com
will not circulate extensively as a curren
cy among the people. The important inca-; j j y. Campbell Bowling-Grean,
sure ol extending our specio circulation, :j0jin Luke, C'.arksville,
both of gold and silver, and of diffusing it;jaines R pattin, Paynesville,
among the people, is effectually converting . iinor& Eubank, Prairievillc,
ubh foreign into American coin. I repeat Tnoraal M Carroll, Grass-creek, Pika e.
Jie recommendation contained in my last.H.ay9 Lampton, New London
'animaT message for th ustaV.isluneiit nf i!v.S. Cockrnn, Auburn, Lincoln county,
braach mint of'ttic United States at NcwlBritton & Woolfolk, Troy, M.
ContitiwJ r,n 2J p. 3k, 184.
2j---There will be a public Installation of the
officers of "Perseverance Lodge" No. 92, in this
pluce, on Monday the 27lh inst., (St. John's
Dav.i at which lime an address will be delivered
by Rev. bro. Bond. All brf thren in the vicinity
in good standing, also all transient brethren are
resnectlullv invited to attend.
13y oruer 01 ine iougR,
H. E. BLOCK, Sec'v.
Louisiana, Mo., Dec. 3d, 1847, A. L.5847,
Journal please copy.
1VAGOX 9I.iHIi & IlLACKS.niTIIMG
Dr. 15. F. Trimble,
AVING located permanently in Clarlv
vilie, Mo., offers bis services lo ice uu-
zens of the town and its vicinity, in the
If. no iransyivania 1. niversiij, 1
LcxingTon, Kv., and having witnessed many i I
the grand operations performed by Prcfes
Uldlet ol that place, he Batters bunseil mail
he will be able, if called on, to render tnUn
satisfaction in every branch of his profession.
He hones bv the most assiduous attention b
the various duties of his profession, and model
rate charges, to merit a share of public pairot-i
aP?-. ... A
lie will also keen a central as son mew i
Drugs, medicines, perfumery, paints, oils,
w inch will te sold very low lor cash.
March 22. 1847.- 5m50.
No. 19, Main Street, St. Louis, Missomj
If AS COjVSTM'LY OjYHAXD
oun Manufacturing, a Wholesale and Ws
supply of T1X and COPPER WARE, SU I
r.m Hire. STOVES. GRATESandtvtn&
er article, in that line of business, 2?" Cheap&l
3CIlE.iP CJiSH BOOK STQRS
.1. H ALS ALL-
AIT HOLES ALE and Retail KookseDer
w T Stationer, No. 124, Main Street, !
Louis, Mo., keeps on hanu a 'plendid assortVl
School, Law, Medical nr.d Miscellaatous &l
Quills, Ink, W'afcrs, Steel Pens sat
Slates, Wyiiing and Wrapping
tuners: Blank Books
in great variety, together with evsry other
-1 ": 1.:. V . 0 . I
cics 111 uu ime 01 ousiness.
Book. Koaiirt in the best manner.
Call ;.,d examine No. 124, Maia Strttt, 1
Louisiana, Mo Aug. 30th. 1847.
S. F. Murray,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Louisiana, Me.
Will promptly attend to any business that may
bw entrusted to hit care.
J AS. STONE. N. B. TANNER,
C1TONE & TANNER, havir.j, associated
lv7 tiiemseives logeiuer ior mi purpose of car
rvingonthe IOCOJV, CjRRLIGE MJK
LVGand BLACKSMiyuLXG BUSINESS.
respectfully announce to the citizens of Louisia
na and th.c siirvouuding country, that they are
prepp.reu to execulo any order in their line, at
the shortest notice, and upon the most reasona
bio terms. They will keep constantly on hand,
at their new frame building, on Georgia St.,
west ol the old brick, a gocd supply of Wagons
and Carriages of the best materials. All work
done by them will be warranted.
I Louisiana, June Hth, 1847. .
THE undersigned will run regnlarlyi pjj
two horse hack from Louisiana to Bo!
r, .!-. IVxlneutlV SIM I'M
ureen, on every iwti 1
Aav. It will leave Foulks' hotel on each H l
above named days precisely at 1 o'"06
. , h will becompeU"1
aiui a. it tai rs" , - - j
arrive at Rlain's Hotel in Bowling Grtet
o'clock of the sane day. An extra Bscs
there he in readiness to carry passengers w
point iney may nesir. o.-Ui
23- Price of fare from lnimiaiia to BowI
December 6th, 1847. - ' -1