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1IIE undersigned have on hand :i large ami
I well selected assortment of Wisconsin
which they fTiT for sale nt reduced jirii .
call on the undersigned ffnmJ iW BWnrZ
or at the Store of Messrs. Block & Belts.
Louisiana, June 19th, 1S4S.
Administrator's Sale of
Take notice, that in pursu
ance of an order made by the
Countv Court of P.'ke cr.untv,
at the June term, IS ISt, I w:!l
proceed to sell at public vendue,
in the town of Paytiosville, Mo.
'on Tuesday, tlie 231 h day of Ju
ly next, between the hours of 10 o'clock
a- m. and 4 o clock r. m
following slaves, belonging to the estate of
Andrew Meloan, deceased, viz:
One Man, one Woman,
One girl abmil 8 yvttrs old,
Two buys, one abjul C -years the other
18 mmlhs old.
Term of sale will be, a credit of twelve
months, the purchaser giving bond with ap
JOSEPH MELOAN, .?.;.iV.
June 19th, 184S. 3wll.
STATE OF MISSOU RlTf
County of Pike. ;
nice County ConrtJfiie lcn:i, IS IS.
Among t lie records and proceedings had
on the second day of th said term of the
Court is the following, to wil:
AMILTON L. RUE V administer of
the estate of Sihis Rhea, del-cased, otuts
into Court and files his pr.vif that the order
of publication hereto fire made in relation
to the Sale of the real estate of said dee'd.
lias been published according to law, and
no one appearing to mike objection to the
sale of the Ssid real estate, it is ordi-red by
the Court that s iil administrator, proceed
to sell the fame, or so niu. il thereof .is will
be sudiciciit to pav t!ie debts cainst said
estate, at public auction before, the court!
house door in Bowluig-Gri'fsi on t!.e firstj
ny ei lite next term oi um i our;, ( tt e
in tlie fourteentli d v of At! '::--t next. on
a credit ol twelve moaTi::, io trie lir'Mosi
I 1. t !-!.. it!.. i. ........ i...'""1-"
uii'k icsl uiuufi. r. in ii ill nit- f:in. I utrt.i
required to give bond with approved secu
' . . -
rity for the payment of t!ie pure'nso m -rii y;
aad it is further ordered 1b;!. said adiuii-is-
trat'ir give notice of the ti in ."'id p!..ee
said sale, by pub'i t'i :i for four weelcs
sjaie ihmv.i) iji r j ; i I : : t d in this S'...te, a
by putiinir up ten iiaiidbills in the. must
lie. places iu the county.
I, b. i m ue! i. .tin: ray, cleik oi the cnun-;imke
tv court within and f ir sai l county ce: '.ifv.tion of said estate, at the next term of the
that the foregoing order of publication is
correctly copird from tl.e lee- !-!
, , . In tejti;mn
whereof I hereto
'l Spal.f s't mv bau 1 and alfix the seal of
' ' sill C lit, a! o.Tice, i:i Bow ling-
Green iu said county, this thirteenth day of
June, 18 IS.
S. F. MURRAY, Clerk.
June 10th, 1813 4wll.
STATE OF MISSOURI, sg
Countv of Pike, f'""
'i'r C. I, I V,n t.Iinu l.rm. ISIS
Among the records and proceeding liad,esUt" ut xt term of tlie county curt
on the fifth day of said term of the Court "' 1 'ou:iy, Mo., to be begun and held
is the following to-wit
TT is ordered !v the Court tli .t tlie fidlowiiiiri "
I prnpnsition be made to the people of the;
County, lor the purpose ol determining up
on the roads of tlie greatest and most gen
eral utility; to wit: Tii it in .uy case
where the individuals interested in the im
provement of any public highway. State or
County road, permanently located, and for
which, the ri'jht of wav lias been obtained
xnroiiiioiit tlie limits ol tne county n nee:i
of relin.iiiish.nent executed by toosc iii-i-jI1Iaj.e a fiia s,1!lcmrllt (lf my administra
viduals over whose lands sal road or lug -!,; of r.,t;i,,., !lt t,c m.xt t. nn of the
way shall pas, or by Ihr- payment ol the:con1 olnt nf r;! ;c countv, Mo., to be
damages assessed by the Cornnaion.-rs ol. ,( ,(J in on t.
such road to individuals by reason of sud,!,(.(.()1(( Mf , . i(1 j, v.,1(.n anj
road passing over their lands, shall conli ib
ute one hundred and fifty dollars or any
amount greater than one liun hed and fifty
and less than one thousand dollars for the
improvement of any such road, the pay
ment of the money thus subscribed to be
guaranteed to the satisfaction of the court,
that in every and all such cases the couit
will appropriate an equal amount, to be ex
pended under the diiectionof the com t, to
gether with the amount subscribed, by a
commissioner appointed by the court, in
the improvement of such road or highway
thin disiirnat0l l.nt ll.ut unions Kllell sub-
BCription"for the imorovemcnt of anv road
r l.!R..w k A i.fr tl, ;tn r
the next August term of this court, no ap-
. ,tf, .. r i
pronation wiirbe made therefor; and or-jB
r. , V tt uv Ui ",! u77
lished in the Democratic Banner and the
Seventy-Six for three weeks.
I, Samuel F. Murray, clerk of the coun
ty court for said county certify that the i,pon IIg at aii tjmes for lumbc
forecoine is a true copy from the record of'si?n to keen a pood standing si
saia court. .
i Witness my signature and the
I seal I seal of said court hereto alhxed
'at office tins 13tli day ot June
A. D. 1848. S. F. MURRAY, Clerk.
June 19th, 1848 3w.ll.)
UST received 50 barrels Salt, and for sale
C JACKSoN & BRO.
I w i ii. I. is nereny riven, io an persons m-
ati'P i , . .11
I interested, thai I have obtained lrm tlic
j 1. 1 mly Court of Pike county letters of ad
iiiiitiblra'.ion de bonis lion with the will an-
. ... 1 1 1 i . fi ir n-i..
"f,ase,,oarinR d?tc, S1'8 da7if J m,r't
18-1S. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment;
and those having claims against said cf tatc
are required to exhibit them for allowance,
witiiin one year from the dale of said let
ters, and that if such claims be not exhib
ited within three yenr.', they will be for
ever barred. ABRAHAM McPIIvE,
ilJuuiiixlrulur tic bonis nun
June 19th, 18IS.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed has obtained from the county court
iof Pike county, Mo., letters of administra-
of that day, lhe:tion upon the estate of . Jiff MrPi.r, de
ceased, hearing da e the otli iay d June,
ISIS: nil persons, therefore, indebted to
said estate are requested to make immedi
ate payment; and those having claims a
gainst the same are required to exhibit them,
properly authenticated for alio wance, witii
in one yenr from ti e date of said letters, or
they may be precluded from having any
benefit of said estate, and if not presented
within three years from the date aforesaid,
they will he forever barred.
ABRAHAM McPIKE, Ad.n'r.
June 19th, 1818.
VJ"OTICE is hereby given, toall errdilors and
N others interested in the estate of Vil!i..i:i
otlu-rs interested in the est.de of Wil!i..in'rd talents demanded. It is now proposed
H. Tinsley, deceased, that the undersigned
wiil apply at ti e next August term of
counfv court nf Pit p. rnuntv. to
fin il settlement of his administration of said
estate. CHARLES BACON, Adm'r.
June 19th, 18-iS. (Iwll)
OTK'E isherehv ":ven tr. all i rsons i-or.-
eerned or i.-iterelod in the esfnter f Am
brose J. Varnarsdale, deceased, that I wiil
niake a final settlement of my administra
tion of said estate, at the next term of the
uinty court of Pike counlv, Mo., to be be
ind hf Id in Bowling Gioen, o i tl.e Sec-;fl";"ll,cations whicii their reputation merits.
.Monday in August, 1S !S, when andj'1'1"" names f the Le.ideis of each depnrt-
all persons concerned may attend if menf, which are in this Circus classified
1 - I I "
I:i'V ll:i:ifc- lir.iri'r
June 19th, 1S4S. (lllw)
NO TICE is !i;reby given to all persons
iiiib-icoiicer.ted or i:i!.;res'.i-d i.i tin; estate of
jJo!:ii M. Triui'de, uYeoasid, Int I vt, ill
a iio il set! i.-ment ot my auininistra-!
couuty court of Pike count-. Mo., to be be
tr;i and held in 15v.viiug (iieen, on thesef
i i i i :.. . K IU i
lOiei .itiii:iay m .iiiiim, wi.en ami
where ..'.I ! -oiis concerned may attend if
they think proper.
ANDREW J. TRIMBLE, A.lm.
June Ulh, lS'.S. (lllw)
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons
concerned or interested io the estate of
j.Iamrs Greer, deceased, that I will make a
j final settlement of in)- administration of said
m l iwling Green, o:i the second Monday
June, IS IS, when and where all persons
concerned may attend il" they think proper.
1 may attend
Amikkt J. 1
:r.i.r, adm r.
do bonis non.
June 19th, I? IS.
NOTICE is hereby given to all person":
conce rned or interested in the cstite of
v.,,.i,.n i r,.;,!,. ,t, f..,t I
wliere all persons concerned may attend if
they think proper.
A. J. Trim ele, adm'r.
June 19th, ISIS. (lllw)
N hand a good lot of Ground Allum, Liver
pool Blown and Kenawha S. lt, 'or s:ile low
by II. E. BLOCK Si CO.
"June 19 18-18. Louisi.ma,Mo,
150,000 feTof Pilic"
TI,E subscribers have just received 150,-
1. "(JO feet ol well seasoned I'inc J.umDer.ol
all sizes, which thev will sell as low as tlie ar-
- licit: can ue naa ai anv iiuim u.i um
uil(, t, amJ mcchanies wouldconsi.lt their in-
l i... i . . .... ti.A .:.r.... r
"jtercsl by mvin-' them a call.
Louisiana, June ,r)ih 1S4H. 8 tf
a distance may depend
lumber, as it is our do-
o i '
N. B. Persons from :
O O w w ' i T O ftI
J. iucr. olkj.
Office in the store formerly occupied by Jlc-
Kay & Co.
WE are cavinir Ihe hiehest market prices for
IProducecilhcr in cash or merchandize at our
store Water street. Louisiana, nio.
OUR, DUKE ii CAMPBELL.
DAN RICH & CO'S
METROPOLITAN AND HirPO-riRAMATIC
This beautiful and iiniij'ie establishment
bleiidiu" elec'itiis iVoni
The Mjns'ci; .V.iillt b,in ican xim!
tViW Yun'c (Hrr i.f,
Into one immense TREBLE COMPA
NY! will be f liibied in Louisiana on
Tuesday, June 27th at Laljf past J and half
y.'M 7 1'. M.
Admi ; :ion, Dress Circle, oOcts-
half l rice. Boxes 2."cls.
In this estaMi.-Iinicnt is effected a long
cherished project of Cidl-'cti.-'g sucli of the
most distinguished Ki'.lcslii.:n Gymnasts
in the East, as have never appeared this
side of the Mountains rind seldom indeed,
out of those inelnp.iiiuii cities, their dis
plays having been r stricted to the popu
lous towns by the high' salaries such rxalt-
to furnish the. western public, entertain
meiits of thii nature of the same scaic and
as- have hitherto Lei n confined to
those centres cf refSiienirnt and luxury;
to i -licet this, the projectors of this enter
prise have purchased the steamer Alleghany
Mai!, and are in this manner euabied to
lr.i.Kri ... ,...,;,.il..pn :L:it :,r.. lir-
practicable by land conveyance, us well as witli their palronrge thu they may rely on all
iohnve tlu Slud of Horses and Troupe of ""r!i "lr ''-v lacm .he?'Z ,of the f9 (.f
, , . , 1 ,. . ,.ix,!np of anv made in the county. A "riT
Performers always I res!i and rested. It is ; , . o
., , . JivnrmnU d in all eases.
impossihb' to enumerate within the limits of
an advertisement, all the members of the
Troupe, with that pa 'rin" reference to their
anl reipiceil to ilistinct heads, will he an
aisur.iiice, it is trusted, of the excellence
as well a; purity of the entire entertainment.
Tiie department of Co.vkhy is undir the
ch.iige .,f i!; JL :o of the day, the Gentle
man, Scholar, Wit, Orator, nr.d whilom
fhe great Sh-iksT-erei:: Jester and Origiu-
ai Clown! in the noon I ly refulgence of
whose wit, the f ob!.- ( ss.js f all oil., l
Piif.sttrs, gliiiiiiirr with a pale, uncertain
always efl'ervescing, sparkling ai.d bubbling
The di parUnent of Principle Mid Tiick
Riding, is disected by
MIL JOHN GLENROY,
Beyond a question, the most expert and
dexterous equestrian the world has ever
seen. Without saddle or bridle, he accom
plishes every feat, backward souiersetts
and all, ever effected by. the most renown
ed Riders on the con veuient. surface allot d-i
ed by a I'ad.
Tlo-Diauiafie E.iuatioii is nmerintcnd-ilev
ed by MR. V. BAKNiSil,
will l ides his eharaeters as well as most Ac-
.u s aef Uk in, and displays a tvs'.e aiid i.u'il.s
l study ;iiid re
earen, nui ou. il v. u;n m-ui
i . i
upon the Sta.;e.
.MADAME CAMILLA GARDNER,
is the Empress of the female -department,
ai d alt ei null ly thi iils tl.e beholder wi:h con
sternation and delight, by her da.iiii'r and
Moxs. la tiiorm:
Is the head of the Gymnastic and Hercu
lean depart uieiil; and the precocious voulhs.
MASTERS WOODS AND DAY,
In the Juvenile depai linent, exhibit that
wondeiful aptness tiial puts their ciders at
The Music is under too direction of
profs. :i;.?:i:!:, cnc?ii .. :t.r?.vi.
And each branch of th cnlertaiuinent::
sust;iined by competent and numerous ar
tists. In short, every thin-' will be uuex
ccpliouaide, and that legard paid to order
and decorum, and to Hie proprieties of the
circle, without which the best peiformanccs
are offensive DAN BICE & CO.
June 19, 181S.
Beef! IJccP. Uci-f !
TO the citizens of Lou
The undersigned pro
pose to releave the in
convenience liboicd un
der at present by the citizens of our towi,
' jn o!'tain.!nS a B00,1 BrtiffJ f"s, ,"al';tw-d pants; su.nJer"VeslV. "birt and draxy,
"' prenl11?: a S'llar market in C. Jacksoiij,L.lhl.r w;th 9np,,y cr DRY GOO
d'o's. ware bouse, on every Friday mor-.4J'D GROCERIES0 ffjuit tho season,
i. i .i i , , i . l ... ,, l : ,
ning, where they would bo pleased to sup
ply their mends ana the town generally
McALISTF.R & SHAW
Louisiana, June, 5th, 1848. 8 tf
JUSTICE MASS1E, will bold bis next
Law Day, in Louisiana, on Saturday, the
8lb day of July nest.
June 5th, 18 4S.
SEW MERCANTILE FIRM.
WJI. LUCE & CO. -
ESPECTFCLLY announced theirfriend
and the public, that they have purchased
the new and elegant stock ol Goods recently
brought to this market by McKay & Co., to
which they invite toe attention ot dealers. .
It is their design to make all necessary addi
tions, from time to time, so as to keep constantly
on hand a complete stock of Dry Hood, Groce
ries, (Jurcnsvire, Unnlware, cue. to suit all class
es ol purchasers. Their Goods are of the best
quality ami latest style; and their pjices shall
bes-KMi as to insure s-.uistae'ion, lor they have
determined to net be undersold by any establish
ment north of St. Louis. With this determina
tion, they fi.iltcr themselves they will be able to
mane it to the interest ol purchasers to give
them a i bare of their pat remise. Call and rx-
uimic lor vourselves, "lor it is no trouo'e to
them to show goods.". Their store is in the
jhouse formerly occupied by McKay & Co., the
lower door of Draper's row, en Water Street,
where they wnvld be happy to receive calls if it
is only to examine their goods.
Ai! kinds of country produce rt liberal prices
will be Liken in exchange for goods.
Respect fully, WM. LUCE & CO.
Loai ijna, Mo. June 12th, lo4S.
. N. B. To farmers and others, they would say
Childicni'bey ha-e a large and commodious warehouse
w.iere they will carefully receive and lorward
Ire Lht on the mjst reasonable terms.
W. L. & CO.
JEW FliOI II THE OLD SffiB.
JOHN S. MARKET. JAS. CLAnKSOS
3IAiKLEV & CLARKsON,
TTAVINU purchased the stin k of Samuel E
fi B Allen, are now manufacturing every de
si ri jtin of Hunts mid Short at the old stand of
Newuatn & Alien. Ihey will keep every va
riety of lloots and Shoes, shoe findings, sole and
iqqjcr lealiier. 1 Inl.i'.Ii-Ipliia call skins, pegs &e
Jic., and be to assure all who may favor them
H.ivin? in their employ t!ic best Boot maker
io tlie counly. they confidently solicit end ex
pect to receive a liberal share of pafronagp.
Thcv will also keep on hmid a good stock of
eastern Boots, Shoes and Family Groceries.
MARK LEY & CLARKSON.
Louisiana, June 10th, l&W. 10 tf.
TiiE undersigned having had their Card
iiis Machine put in complete order, are
now ready to receive Wool, and will card
at tiie tollowing prices:
Whit wool, at 4 cents, per pound,
Mixed, at 7 ct. per "
I? AH wool lett with us will be card
'immediately. GEO. W. JENKS & CO,
Lmusimia, M.t., May 26th 1849.
32rA!l wool left with us will be carded
Wesley B. Trower, Henry A.")
1 rower, teorje A. A. Higgs
and Lucy bis wife, Evan Ow
ens and Jennetta his wile; Le
vi Inmg and Sarah his wife,
.hi I .lulin Long, and Minerva
Long his wife
John Slavens, Ayrcs Askew
and Louisa his wife, Samuel
lfn'en and I'amelia his Wile
Henry Kennty and Mnrtha
Hiis wife, & Andrew J. lo-ait-
and Man a his wile, and
A rrs Kotlm.tii. J
A N IJ now at this day the petitioners, np-
' pear by their Atturney, and lile their pe-
tiumj iur iiii: jJ.u iiuuu vi i - niwi
, r. . . rfiI ,..,,.., ... rotv-
it. twenfv-nme. beirisr each sixty tcct on
O.ilt street, and ninety feet back and the north
west end ol M twenty-six, bein.s sixty leel on
Oak street and fortv-tive feet on Fulton street,
all in the Town of Asblev. in said county, and
it appearing from said pelitinn, and the aliiiluvit
thereto, that the sidd del'endaT.ts ure non-resi
dents of thu Slate of Missouri, it is ordered I'V
the Court, that thev be notified of the lilintj of
said petition, and that a copy of this order be
published once a week for ei;ht weeks siicees-
1 . ...
sively m some newspaper prinieu in mis eoiimy
Statk or Mi'sorm,
C'ountr of Pike, S " '
I. James M. Martin, Clerk of the Circuit
Court for said county, certify that the foregoing
is a true copy from the record.
C i Witness my band, and official seal
t Seal. Done at olhee in IJowlmK-Ureen. in
( said countv. this the 2-'?rd clay of May
A. D. 1X18. J. M. MARTIN, Clerk,
May 29th. (8w8.).
SPUING AND SUMMIil CAMPAUiN
FRESH SUPPLIES TO SUIT .ILL
rgltrc subscriber .has just replenished his al-
ready lar-c s'upoly of REJDY MjIDF.
CLOTiIl-YG, eorisit'iM5 in part of dress, flock
and buis'!l's cloth t oa-V ; black and littured
asimere i'ants; sunerior' black satin vests; silk.
beaver and ffutria hats; shoes and boots, lie
has also a largt. vaw-,ty of Imnen ami tweeu
sack.i Irock and Tnsine?s tobii, ion.r.. m.u
of which he will sell a low as the times will
possibly adiqit, for Cask, country produce, or
to punctual customers fn time.
To dress yourselLfron! top to toe
Right down to my house you should go,
For, to you bargains shall be sold
For country produce or for pold.
Louisiana, April 29th, 1S-1S.
LOl'ISIAKA PRICES Cl'HREXT. "
Banheb Qrricc, Janel9th 1848.
.. - -50c . per busbd.
Corn, - -f
. 15 ctspei1... .. U. ;;
, 15ct per ,.do.
$ 3,00 perewt ' ' .
1 1-2 a 3 perewf.
4 per poun.
s ' do ' ;.'
COe per ousliel"
2,50 to 2,7$pcrcwf.
' ' ' So per "down.w-' i
9 a 10c. per lb.' -i i.: I
- 35 a 5Qo per gal.
- .1)0 per bushel;
95ct3, per bunch.
45 to 50c per bushel
- 200 sack, r
4 1-2 a 5 per lb,
- 5 per lb ,T
B 1-4 oer lb.
Oats, -. - -Hemp,
- - -
Lard .. -
Ueef on foot, - -
Sugar, - r .
Cofiee, - , -
Dried Apples, -
Salt, Keuhawa, -
. COURT NOTICE.
Geortre W. Jenks and Horace
ILJenks, partners in trade,
under the name and tyle of .
George W. Jenks & Co. plaintiff.
Kann1toii 11. Tanner- Jffmdanl.
. . f. j . , .
OW at this day came the said plaintiffs, by
A. II. Buckner, their Attorney, and it
appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that
said defendant is a non-resident of , this Staff;
It is therefore ordered that said defendant be no
tilled, that the said plaintiffs have commenced
against him, in this Court, an action of assump
sit by attachment, for the sum of two hundred
dollars, for goods, wares, merchandize, &c, sold
and delivered by said plaintiffs to said defend
ant; and that Ins property has bean attached; and
unless he be and appear in this Court on or be
fore the third day of the next term thereof, to
be begun and held at the Court House in the
Town of Bowling-Grcen," in and for the county
of Pike, on the first .Monday of September next.
judgment by default will be rendered against
him, and his property sold to satisfy, the same;
and the Court orders that a copy hereof be pub
lished for Tonr weeks successively m some news
nan er printed in this State, the last insertion' to
be at least four weeks before the next term of
this Court -and continued.
State or Missorai, Ln '
County or Pike; '
I, James M. Martin, Clerk of the circuit court
for said county, certify that the foregoing is s
true copy from the record.
W itness my nana ana omcial seal.
Seal. I Done at office in Bowling-Green in
I said county, this the 22d day of JUay
V D 1S4S J. M. MARTIN, Cleric.
.Vay 29th 1843 (4w8) "
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8 2 g 2.3.
PATEJVT ME DIG LYES.
JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT, Jayee's Ton
ic Vermifuge, Jayne's Carminative Balsam,
Jayne's Sanative Pills, Jay no's Alterative,
Jayne's Hair Tonic, Jayne's American Hair
Dye, Jay He's Ague nils.
All the nbove medicines are prepared
only by Dr. David Jay ne, Philadelphia, and
for sale by II. E. Block & Co., Louisiana,
aud B. Ring. Ashler, Mo.
i .Juna mUi, 18 IS,
as s s a