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XiuHere' a health
Hre we pledge each son and daughter,
Here we pledge each ton and daughter,
Here we pledge each son and daughter,
Devotee of sparkling water,
For in that true joys are found,
For in that true joys are found.
Fill, then fill a flowing measure,
Giving profit, yielding pleasure
Drink ! the charm will spread around,
Drink the charm will spread around.
Son and Daughter,
Bushing from the mountain,
Gushing from the fountain,
Here we pledge each son and daughter,
Devotee of sparkling water;
Joy and peace will now abound,
Joy and peace will now abound.
The lollowinz is mc address to the
French Republic which was addoptcd by
the great mass meeting in Doublin on the
Tu the citizens vf the French Republic,
As slaves should address freeman as
land which has yet its independence to as- Ma wis, of Hannibal, to which public attention
sert, and its social freedom to attain, should jis respectfully directed. A dinner will be giv
addrest a sovereign State and a republic ,cn on that day, to which we ini(e the brethren
we address you, citizens, Had we a na
tional government a recognized centre,!
willing and competent tu act and speak for
us it would have long since boldly de
clared t'.ie administration of your heroism,
the sympathy with your cause, the delight
in your victory, which we feel, but are,
from our condition, incapable af uttering.!
Foreign dominion and distractions anion!0f
ourselves choke the nest linu noblest Icel jrfuetmg the shocmuking Ijumiicn. is this iluy lis
ings of our hearts, and linn into empty solved by the consent of the parties. The Looks
wind the voice of millions. Receive frourand accounts of the firm are in the hands of U.
us, citizens, all the congratulations we canjC. Tolbert, who is authorized to settle thebusi-
flT,. ..A ha ace.irnl that honfuth Ihpm
there is much that cannot be uttered be
hind them the longings and passions of suf
fering and enslaved men.
You who have only but yesterday bro
linn thra-ig'i even a mild despotism, ai.d yet
who were co;n)eli-(l to hide in your hearts
for eighteen years the hate ot that despo
(ism, which SO" hare so nobly vindica-,. 01 J; w, n- 'e?;.se ,,,. . PIy 0 e are autnor.zca .o announce .
. . ' ... J j.j . . 'at the next term it the County Court, (to be be-T,m,lr as a candidate for llie office of l oiista-
ed-you, citizens, you can unuerstand us., aid heU Jn he utliusli Jrce ,,! ,e r c .y townsli at lhe enMlir.s Anxl
We recognise m the French republic the fir. Vnlll!:,v !n I1HV, - .'i, .. i;,l:li. ,..- 1
wors oi woi Kingmeii. ..ebcein us -
, r i .. r ... .
-ry e1 jusli
:e to the lights of labor, and
in its victories, its glories, its success, and
nduiiii? justice, we wnrkii.g men partici
pate. Lul, c-!s!..vc.l as wc at e, we can on
ly offer yott or individual sympathy audi
4f!unr)!i,i .im! t . . f in c i ti V 4ltcit trnn .
will look upon the sufferings of the eldest' , V . , . T
and most persecuted sister of our commonjW SLPPLIES TO SUIT H.L
Celtic race with commiseration and sor-j TESTES.
row. Weaskyou..t to biush for ourM!HEM,bstrjber has nut replenished hi al
i i i !... r.. ...! I ii i J .. .
wiiiic auu urn Mritrn, uiu hi iciam mi us reacy large suiiiiiy oi ncilJl M.1lK
: i r . i.i .1 . ..ii .J,.7nT.;-r. V V . . V
rcciitrui;ui ii ieii.i:iiii auu tviiiiciiu un uui
liheiated eountrv ran deserve it.
The Duke of Wellington is said to iave;ver ana ne.uria i.ais, ,noe, and boots lie
, . , - . ., ' has also a large variety of lirmcn and tweed
recerveu in salaries upwarus ui nine urn-
lions of dollars, and now receives about
$6n 000 yearly. i
The New York Tribune says:
The TJ. S. steamer Washington, when
she next arrives at Bremen, will bare at
lier mast-head the German National Flag,
the olack, red and gold tri-color, the Ger-;
inans of this city having appointed a com
mittee to procure one for her. This was
the standard of the old Gennin Empire,
and of late years its disnlav has been fnr-t
MA.. t : i. ' I. .opiic.;,
as the ein')lein of regenerate and re-unitcd
Settled. The Yew Orleans Delta says
the interlineations in the "Leonidas" letter,
about which so much testiir.ony has been
taken before the Court of Inquiry in Mexi
co, were made by the Editoi of that paper,
order to improve the phraseology; and
fttl.f don Pitlstsf AlA nflf Irnniv. nnt Anillrl
not possibly know, that they were to be
made, or in whose hand-writing they were.
This is another ridiculous feature in that
Central war, and gives new point to the
fane enacted before the world. (St Lou
Louis Phittippe Although this old gen
tleman is rather in disgrace at present,
Yankee hospitality should accord him, if he
eeks it, as asylum in his declining years.
A good many of the toadices who used to
think, or affect to thing him, a model ' sov
ereign might manifest symptoms of the "cold
shoulder;" but the really republican would
extend 'to the old schol-master a welcome.
His errors have been egregious, but there
may be yet time f5r repentance, if not for
reformation. The Louisville Democrat
thinkl that: "Mr. Louis Phillippe Bourbon,
late of Paris, France,will take up his resi-
deaee in this county, for tha sake of resi-call.
ding with m nation of sovereigns, instead
of remaining in a country -where there is
but one, end th.at one e wetnen." Perhaps
$a. jsritun cordiality for a rrench s over-
iffn, though an Ex, can be but little more
tha. old British hyildcrisy and humbug.
Com over, Louis; we'U s.e -whet we can
ajiferiou. CSU Lmi; Union." I
ST. LOUIS MARKET.
Reporte.l for the Evening Union.
Saturday Noon, April 28 Owing to a
pretty steady rain this morning, it has been al
most impossible to transact business on the Le
vee, and we are therefore scant of quotations.
Flour Inactive. Wheal 4 12 sis good in
t n l.,u ..!,! at 7Se. niid 194 sks snrin'r at GOc.
' " . !
r OR 1.1.1. TV"- O .. A IV . . 'J7 .n,l
20 bbls at 15 l-4c. Hides-Declined to 6 I-2c.jf? "e 3T. " Tr ,C
Hemp 17 bales loose at $77.
Tobacco -Sales of 8 hhds refused at the Plan
ters Warehouse at a range of $1 C5 to $2 70
M RRIED On Monday the 24th tilt., by
Rev. Georfre Fenton, of Louisiana, Mr. J
R. Hardy of Hannibal, to Miss Jane Trim-j
ble, of Pike county.
t-tz-- zz. ,
DIED In Louisiana, on Saturday mor-
ning last, Mrs. SylvaJ. Slierinan, consort of
Rev. D. T. Sherman, of the Missouri MeUio-
dist Episcopal Conference.
The Louisiana Division No. 8 Sons of Tem
perance, will celebrate the anniversary of iheir
installation, on Saturday, the 13th of May. An
'address will be delivered on the occasion by Mr.
of the Bowling Gietn and Clark sville Divisions
whose attendance will be welcomed by the mem'
bers of this Division in all L. P. & F.
O. C. TINKER,
Chairman of Committee of Arrangement
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Tue firm heretofore existiii" under the title
Tolbert and B..rtlett, for the purpose of con-
ness oi me urm.
R. C. TOLBERT,
April 27th, 1S4S.
"J OTICE is hereby given to all those inte
rested, or in anywise concerned, in the es-
settlement oi mv admiiiitr:.ti(.n of s:.id Estate.
April 24lh, 184S.
SPRING AND Sl'MMKlt CAMl'AIGN
; liiii.iu, toiiMMiii'' m nun ui tirers, irotK i
land business doth coats : black and li.r...!!
Icasimere pants superior black satin vestsj silk,!"'
1 At 1
sacu jrot.jj nd business
sack, frock und business ctts : linnen and
tweed pants; summer vests, shirt and draweis.
together with a good supply of DR Y GOODS
'.'L D GROCERIES, to suit the season. All
' ...i.:t- t ...:n 11 I .i. mi
ui iviiii:ii iic n ui sen ns low as me nines win
possibly idmit, for Cash, country produce, or
to punctual customers on time
To dress yourself from top to toe
Right down to my house you should go,
For, to you bargains shall be sold
For country produce or for gold.
Louisiana, April 29th, 1848.
&fff LBS. Fresh Butter, for which
j V-r V- "-fi"
est prices will be paid
at the store of
H. E. BLOCK & CO.
Butter kegs always on hand for those wishing
to pack butter for us. H. ii. & CU.
May 1st, 1848.
DRY GOODS A good and well selected
stock of spring and summer Goods, which
will be sold at reduced prices for cash cr pro
duce. H E BLOCK & CO.
UGARS A large lot on hand, bhd for sale
low by 11. fc. IS. & UO.
COFFEE 35 sacks of prime Rio, in store
and for sale by II E B & CO.
50 bbls. old rectified, in store
J T and for sale by
RANDY. A most excelbht article on
hand and for sale by HEB&CO.
OILS & LEAD.- A large quantity in store
and for sale by HEB&CO.
Molasses, Tar, Stoneware, Trace & Log Chains,
Boots and Shoes, Spun Cottons, Carpet
Chain, Domestics, Bed Ticking; Iron,
Steel, Castings; Hats, Caps,
In store and for sale low by
H. E. BLOCK it, CO.
W liav a larire and snaciout Warehouse at-
'f.pj (n , .tore. Those wishing to shit) or
store, will find it to their interest to give us a
May 1st, 1848.
tVEV' tinve iiief rpnpivr1 ami IlAVfl for sate
Grounu Allum, Liverpool Blown and Kanawha
.Salt winch we offer at jednced Im-
' ., $ut'
April 10, 1848.
Look at This.
STRAYED from the sub
scribcr, 5 miles west ofj
Louisiana, abont the 20tli
of Jlfarch last, three horse
ol the following description: One light sorrel ceived the following certificate trout a large num
m k,.i ii io hnmU hiirh. with a white snot Ler of persons who used it:
i-.r ;n lir fnnn. sunnoscd to be 6 years old; I
. . . .11 1.:.-
nni rijrli hrnwn marf .1 VCars om, mill a Hire
......... 11 I m
wnii a oau iare. my in....
whereahouts left with the subscriber, or at the
Post-office at Louisiana, will be thankfully re-
ceived and suitably rewarded.
April 24th, 1848.-
LOOK HERE! LOOK WHERE?
WHY right in at Wm. L. Tawkeb's Clothing
kliilt:. nunc iuu von t. v.. - - "
for very little money.
He has "Coats, Pants, Vests and Shirts of all
sortsan,i sjzes carefully selected by himself
expressly for this market. His establishment
;s on Georgia, between Water and Main streets.
(Louisiana, where he would be happy to see lus
; friends and isitors rrncrally.
i - r. . f
April 17lh, I84S Z .
Gunmaking & Repairing
FJHE undersigned respectfully offers his cr
I vices to the public in the capacity of
in alls its various branches.
His slmn is on the South-west corner of third
i . i.-..f-i... i nr., .!,,
rat7.:;;i Z :;v:Sy ! reniediestonc purpose,
JAMES Y. JOHNSON.
April 10th, 1848.
TjJUSTICE MASSIE will hold his
next Law Day, in Louisiana, on Saturday
the 6th day of May, 1848.
rVe are authorized to announce D. A. G.
Steele as a candidate for the cilice of Consta
ble oi' Pen' township, at the next August elec
TJ"Ve areauthorized to announce William
P. Wi:;i.twoRTH as a candidate for the cthVe
of Con-tahle of Cuiver township, at the next Au
gust elect ion.
H1 We are authorized to announce JO
SEPH CALDWELL, as a candidate for
Assrssorof Pike county aj the next August
election subject (o th decision of the
Democratic township and county conven
tions. April 10, 1848.
:rT We are authorized to announce
WILLIAM KENDRICK as a candidate
r . r n-t . ....,
for Assessor of Pike county, at the next
. . . . . . .1 j : .
A?st election-subject to the decision
"e emocratic wwnsuip -uu coumj
March 27th, 1843.
We are authorized to announce T. M. Rhea,
as a candidate for the office of Constable of Cuiv-
w Townshin at the ensiiin" Aiurust Election
Bowling Grken, March 10, '48.
Mr. Murray, will please announce my
name, as a candidate lor the Sheriffalty of
Pike County, at the ensuing August elec
tion, subject to the decision of the town
ship and central meetings, to be held, for
the purpose of nominating democratic can
didates for County offices, and oblige yours
respectfully, JAMES A. ROBBINS.
We are authorised to announce John
Tracy, as a candidate for the office of Con
stable of Cuiver township, at the ensuing
"TWe are authorised to announce John
Grimmet, as a candidate for lhe office of
Constable of Buffalo Township, at the next
Tj"We are authorize to announce Wil
liam Kellt, as a candidate for the office of
Constable of Calumet Township, at the ncxtj-
We are requested to state that A. W.
Lamb. Esrf.. our present Circuit Attorney,
will be a candidate to relit that olfice
the ensuing election in November. I lie ( cutaiit attention to the wants of his cuslo
counties, composing this, the third Judicial ln.rsii i merit a continuance of the same. He
circuit, are Marion, Ralls, Pike, Montgoin-'promise that his tablu shall at all times be sup
ery, Warren, Lincoln and St. Charles. jphed with the best that the country cm afford;
We are authorized to announce C - olum -
bus F. Kirtlev, Esq., as a candidate for
Am. . . ... . I . I !LJ
the Uthce ol circuit Auorney, in me nuru
Judicial District, at the ensuing election tn
Our friends in the country who wish
bills struck, or job work of any kind neat
1 nvecuted.can be accommodated at this
office, at the shortest notice, and upon the
most reasonable terms.
Banner Office, March 8th, 1847.
. . . .
JUST received 50 barrel. Salt. and for sale
, b i C JACKScN & BR0-
Louisaca, April. 3 1848.
To the People of Pike
At BcTlville, III., a town 13 miles from St.
Louis, 400 packages of. Da. Storm's Cast
were sold in three month; and the agent re-
lkilville St. Clair Co. March, 14. 1847.
w. ik ....l..,: .i r n.,ll. :il. t
in mc uuirciaKiiru, uiuciu i "-"
fTiir PkiiiiIv III 'ulnar lltpil llin mulicinp
l7 " Y,' s r h tiulvJ
- ... ji
prepared by 11. V aue, or el. Louis. Mo., do
cheerfully testily toils dlk-acy as a remedy for
ID:seases of ll.e Breast and Lungs, and we re-
commend it to the publican a sale and agreeable
C. J. HOUTS, Mvlhodhl Minider,
L. B. CABAUNK, Merchant,
O, J. RAPIER, '
W. S. FLEMING, Ed. fitllvill Demorat,
And many others too numeroui to mention
We have thought it unnecessary to offer cer
tificates from individuals in all caes. as pur
chasers are unable tc inform themselves of the
actual exi.-tence of most of the signers. The
following, however, is from a well known citi
zen of St. Louis, ho., residence No. 210 Main
street two dollars below Cherry-:
Ma. Wa de. Dear Sir: It affords me pleasure
to offer my testimony to the olhcacy of the arti
Ice known a Dr. Slarms Scotch Cou"h Candy,
And in diong so, I am actuated by a desire to
benefit others who may be suffering. My wife
was laboring under a severe cough for a long
!". which threatened sti
time, which threatened serious linury. After
site used a few packages of Storm's Uongh Uan
dy, purchased from our neighbors, Messrs. Snow
& lvirk,Ma in a very short time she was entire
ly relieved, and now enjoys good health. My
servant was also afflicted with a severe breast
complaint, and she experienced almost immedi
ate relief lroin the use nt this truly valuable
No. 210 Main Street
St. Lotus, May 4, 1847.
The action of Dr. Storm's Scotch Cough Can
dy d lifers very materially from any other com
pound ever invented. It not only . allays Bron
chial Irritation, but operating as a very mild
purge, it keeps the stomach and bowels in a
healthy condition, leaving the patient an appetite
which few other Cough Mixtures could impart.
VY e have no disposition to injure the inventor
of any particular medicine, but in justice to the
world, we will give il as our honest ooinion,
formed by the observations of eleven years in
the school of medicine, that lare and freqrtrnt
dravshls of naustovs liquidCompounds takea
into far stomach from time to timemvst hare a
Iftulenry to destroy the healthy tone of that vital
orean of the human system.
!So such objection can be urged against the use
of Ibis valuable Medicated Candy, for bugar isa-
grecable both to the palate and stomach, and we
honestly believe that this preparation will do all
that medicine can do towards the relief of per
sons suffering with Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis,
A shma. Bleeding of the Lungs, Pain in the Side
and Breast, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness,
and all other symptoms ol Consumption.
'Orders from the Country, or applications
for Agency, directed to Messrs. J. H. BAR
NARD & BRO., General Agents, No. 140 Main
lrcct, St. Louis, Mo., will meet with prompt
2J For sale by Druggists grncrally. It may
also be obtained ot any respectable country mer
chant in the South or West.
O To avoid counterfeits, our readers would
do well to inquire for Dr. STORM'S SCOTCH
COUGH CANDY, prepared by Hamilton Wade,
St. Louis, whose written signature is on the
$Tjr.f liberal deduction made to country dealers,
March 13th, 1848. 49 6m.
A 1 1ST OF LETTERS
EMAINING in the Post Office at Louis
iana, Mo., which if not taken out in three
months, will be sent to the General Post Office
as dead letters.
Noah Adkin, j1 Jacob Lanius,
Hiram Bryant, John F. Morgan,
John W. Brackenridge, Robt. M. Mitchell,
John Rostwick, .Mary McBride,
David Dohihno, ; John McAlister,
Wm. II. Davis, I Cheslev M. Noel!.
i Henry Eolf,
T. R. Robinson,
Theophilus Lomax, 4
Joseph U. Yater.
JOSEPH RICHARDSON, P. M.
April 1st, 184S. Swl
II O T IS L,
Lou is in na, Mo
IL. . . . ... . ...
1UI well known House is still open
fortlie accommodation of tha traveling
1 community, the proprietor, grateful for the
liberal patromigi -he has so long received, hopes
uii( thai particular aiiciuion suaii lie given to ins
His prices are as follows:
Board by the day,
do for man and horse,
single meals, - -do
for roan and horse, -
do by the week
do for horse
do for horse per day
Persons wishing to goto any point in the
county, can be accommodated with a hack,
or single horses at reasonaole prices.
For the benefit of strangers he will say that
Foitlks' Hotel i situated on Third Street, one
smith of Baird s hotel and immediately on.
Ue je Acaderay. J0HN FOULKS Sr.
1 Nov, the 29th, 1847.
LOl'I8IA9Ja PRICES CVWUuSt :
Ban ke Orncx, AprU 24.
Wheat, - ' - - 75- per tnrfirf. .
Corn, - - - 15 ctsper " : v
vvb, - - ' - j- - j.
Hemp. - - - 31-2to$4per cwt .
Bacon, - - - - 2 to 21-3 pel cwt.
Lard - - - . 4 to 4 1-2 per pound.
BuUer, - - '- JO to 121-2 do i
Flaxseed, - - XOa'boc. per busbeL
MJHTS. jc uer UURJI. . . 't.
. r c k
Sugar, - . 6 1-4 to 7c per ItT t
rwri O Iflr. m IK. .
v mw . wv u .w. ' '
Molasses, - - - 3&.a 50pergal. "
Dried Apples, - ljOOpermheL
Cotton Yarn - 95cts, per bunch. ,
Salt, Kenhawa, - - 45 to 50c per bushel
ci ii m - t ji mn . . . k
4 l-z a
5 per lb
1-4 per lb.
THE rjublic areherebv notified tliaf Uie
copartnersliip heretofore existirrefbetwaenr
the undersigned, and trading under the
firm of Newnam and Allen, was dissolved
on the 7th of March, by mutual consent
Ail persons indebted to them either by
note or account will please come forward
at an early day, and settle with Samuel .
Allen, in whose hands are placed the books
and accounts of the firm.
SAMUEL E. ALLEN.
Louisiana, March 13th, 1848.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKING
CONTI NUB IW?
THE undersigned, thankful for tbe liberal
patronage heretofore exUaded to-Naw-i
nam &. Allen, respectfully solicits a catttinaatWa
of public favour at the old standV& the
south side of Georgia street, two doors be
low Main, where ho will at all lime be
prepared to fill orders for work with neat
ness and despatch. ,
It shall be my endeavor to give satisfac
tion to my customers, and, to keep a stock
on hand always suitable to the trade." -
I have also on hand a large lot of hats,
caps and many other articles wanted by the
people, which I will sell for cash as cheap
as they can be had at any establishment in
the place. . SAMUEL E. ALLEN.
Louisiana, March 13th, 1848. - : .
THE MAMJIOTII OP THE
I S IS. JOIIX.T.WARTIIC. 1848.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED CLOTHIER,
J'o. 114 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.
HAS for the approaching Spring of 1848,
made the roost extensive and unequalled
arrangements of any other house in the United
states, so as to be enabled to accommodate the
hundreds of thousands that will throng my store
fortlie Spring and Summer Fashions.
Motto .Large bales and small fronts.
have on the way and shall receive by the first
by far the largest and most complete stock of
Keady Alade Clothing ever manufactured, oy
any one house. From the many advantages I
possess, I am confident in asserting that my
goods are manufactured at much lower prices
than ar.y other house, and I am determined to
sell them at such low prices as to defy any and
My Spring stock has all been bought for
cash and manufactured by myself in me city oi
New York, and having paid great attention to
the cut and fit, will make my stock one of the
most desirable ever offered in any city of the
Lnion. I am confident that I can give you as
good a fit as any tailor, and cut in the latest
and mor t fashionable style.
MERCHANTS throughout the West wan
ting Clothing, at any time by ordering and en
closing the amount, wilt nave it attended to
trictly with every care and correctness, and '
forwarded by the first opportunity.
1 he great variety my stock Will consist ol this
Spring, will be far superior to any other previ
ous season and as regards price and quality
will be at least 10 or 20 per cent, cheaper than
ever before offered. The great amount of busi
ness t have beeu doing, (and hope by strict at-.
tention to continue to do,) will enable me to of
fer to my old customers and strangers visiting
St. Louis, much greater inducement than any
other house this side the Atlantic.
My desire is to increase my sales, and by do
ing so can afford to sell vou at a very small ad
vance upon the manufacturing price. Transient
customers x isiting the yjty and calling on me,.
will be convinced that my assortment is nraoh
larger and far cheaper than anything ever offer
ed to a generous public.
Beware or those who tell yon this i
but bear in mind that I have but one store," His
no. in main street, a large no. lis on ute
top of the house, anil in front a portico with the
name MARTIN in large gilt letters: -
'1 pledge myself to sell lower than any - other
house. JNO. T. MARTIN.
St. Louis, Feb. 11, 1848. . .
BLS. old Rectified Whiskeyj jst.Ter
ceived and for sale very low, by n v
C. JACKSON & BRO.
Salt for Stock:
WE have in-store a large lot on eonsignmeat,
which will be lold very low by
ORE DUKE & CAMPBELL.
April 10, ISIS.