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St. la is Market.
-- f , SlTUtBAT, Oct 21lt.
Flour 4,M per bbi. ' Wheat SO to 85
fora 35. Hemp-105 per Ton. Bacon
aideg 33-4. Hams 6. Seoulders 31-2.
JVauvo9-Tke Temple We learn tliat
,'eovpany "v pwdhased all the Mormon
property, in the hand of A. W. Babbitt,
the Mormon agent 'Nauvoo, including
the walls of the Temple) and that arrange
ments have been made t rebuild it as soon
s possible! '' The' price paid was $12,000.
We also learn that the citizens of au-
vooare about to, or have done so already,
arrest a person living in Nauvoo, who is
supposed to be the identical individual who
fired the Temple. Ima Statesman, Oct.
14th. - '
; 71- : '
Foreien eoods are selling in New York
by auction at low rates.' German cloths
worth $4. sell for $1 87. Irish linens worth
4s per yard, sell at 2s. So says an ex
change. . ;
-i . It. is stated in some of the papers
per, fhat Mrs. Taylor "hopes her husband
will be defeated for the Presidency." Mrs.
T. had as well Keep cool. If these are re
really her feelings they will be gratified.
' A letter from Dallas county, Ala., to the
Mobile .Register, says that the cotton crop
of Alabama may be estimated at 500,000
bales and upwards.
We see it stated that the Democratic
friends of Edwin Crosswell, Esq., the able
editor of the Albany Argus, have privately
offered to pay the losses he . had recently
suffered by the Canal Bank explosion, and
-to meet for him all his pecuniary obliga
tions. ; Although he declined their offer, it
-was none the less generous and creditable,
that the party to whose siccess, he has so
ably contributed for many years, should
come forward to aid him. This case is an
oasis' in the editorial desert. Politicians
re not so bad, after all, as they have been
represented. St. Louis Union. .
Height of the Ridiculous. k Taylor!
whig berating a V an Buren .whig for in
' CIRCUIT ATTORNEY. .
We are requested to state that A. W,
Lamb, Esq. our present Circuit Attorney,
will be a candidate to refil that office at
the ensuing election in November. The
counties, composing this, the third Judicial
circuit, are Marion, Kails, tike. Montgom
ery, Warren, Lincoln aud St Charles.
We are authorized to announce Colum
bus F. Kirtley, Esq., as a. candidate for
the Umce of Circuit Attorney, in the third
Judicial District, at the ensuing election in
CURES! CURES! CURES J are con
stantly being performed by Dr. Jayne's
Familv Medicines. Mn. Sabra. wife of
Capt John Dunham, No. 6 Ualbraith's
Court, Philadelphia, had a very bad cough.
soreness ol the breast and side, sore throat,
costive habit, lownesi of stirits, with weak
ness and pain in the small of the back.
Spitting of blood -and liver complaint has
been .entirely cured by using Dr. Jay tic's
Sanalioc PUls, Alternative and Expector-
From tne Great Falls, (N. H.) Northern
2?" It is with pleasure that we give place
to the following letter from Mr. Ira Huck
ins, of Tamworth, who was supposed to be
past cure of a consumption, but was res
tored to health by the use ouDr,Jayne,s
tapectoranir We can speak with confi
dence of this medicine, as we know of
many of our friends who have been greatly
nenenied by it. Editor.
Tamworth, N. H., Dec. 10, 1S45.
Dear Ssr I feel it my duty to make
know to you, for the benefit of the public.
the aid I received from the use of a bottle
of Dr. J tjbtn Expectorant, which I pur
ehesed of you. . ' I had been sick between
five and six montlis, caused by the lunz fe
ver, which left, me in a very low state of
neaita, with a very bad cough, and for a
bout three months I could only speak in a
whisper.; My friends all thought me to be
in a decline. My physician said he had
done all for me he could. . About this time
"VTOTICE is hereby given, that the under-
signed, administrator, of the estate of
William Henderson, deceased, will proceed to
sell all the personal property belonging to said
estate to the highest & best bidder at public auc
tion, at the residence or bamuel Henderson, in
Cmver Township, fike Uunty, Missouri, on
TUESDAY the 14th day of November next
2 A credit of twelve months will be given
on ull sums of five dollar and upwards, by the
purchaser giving bond and approved security for
the payment of the purchase. For all sums
under five dollars the cash will be required.
No property will be removed until the terms of
the sale are complied with.
PERRY RUTHERFORD, Adm'r.
Oct 23d, 1848. :
Ranaway from the subscriber,
seven miles south of Danville,
Mo., a negro man, named JOE:
Said man is 35 years old, about!
5 feet 3 inches high, very black,
and walks as if Jame the tore
finger of his left hand is much
disfigured bv a felon.
2iFl will give the above reward for the
man if taken out of this state, and $25 if
taken in it. and secured in both cases so
that I certainly get him.,
Danville, Mo., October 14th, 1848.
"j OTICE is hereby given to all credi-
tors and others interested in the es
tate of Wm. Henderson, deceased, the
undersigned has obtained from the Clerk of
the counly court of Pike county, letters of
administration, bearing date the 13th day
of Oct 1848.
Ail persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment; all
those having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present the same, prop
erly authenticated, within one year from
tlie above date, or they may be precluded
from having any benefit of said estate, and
if not presented within three years they
will be forever barred.
PERRY RUTHERFORD, Adm'r.
October 23d 1848. 3w.
WXTAGONS. The subscribers have for sale
T t il five well built U. S. Wagons, well
adapted to farming purposes.
QTOVES. We have just received from St.
11 Louis a lot of Parlor, Cooking and Box
STOVES, whioh we will sell at very Tow prices
C. JACKSON & BKO...
Oct. 23d 1848.
t LOTHING. The subscribers have aided
AJ to their stock ef merchandise a rood assort
ment of beady mads CLoraisc, which we will
sell as low as the cloth can be bad out of which
the garments are made.
C. JACKSON & BRO.
Oct 23d, 1848.
7IOR SALE A sprightly NEGRO BOY,
about 12 years old, of coed habits, but for
which the owner has less use than for the mo
ney. Jjf" Inquire at this office.
October 23d, 1848.
fortunately taw advertised in the papers
'Dr. Javne Expectorant.' for sale bvvou.
I immediately sent to yon for a bottle, and
in two days aftet using I began to feel bet-
er,-ia aoom ten days 1 recovered my
voice and could sneak tolerable well, and
before osing the whole, bottle I was, nearly
s well as ever. My health is no w good.
I attribute my cure wholy to Dr. Jayae's
r Hark Noble, Esq, Great Falls, N. H
rrepareo only-by Dr. Jayne. Philadel
pnu, and told on agency It H E. Block
vw Louisiana, Mov ' '. (
U Louisiana, on Tuesday the 17th Inst,
Axrato J. Phillips, aged 20 years. ' -.
Diad, La Louisiana, on Wednesday the 18th
- jf -Monarnson, ngea 4 years - 11
nth and 3 dm. -,v .
TJtt . ttaittojiugnter of Edwin
ISS?" U Iwged fea8 moa.
JITBTTrT' III D(9fl rt. . ....
TJL7i . wm 1101(1 his " tie X
i .wmiuucf uox(." UCt. S3d
OF INTEREST TO FARMEKS,
7j wuh to purohase ten thonsasd hn.K
eltf" r a sa .
- vAia, oeuvetabie at ovr.
W which ere will nay an extra mice in
JJ,mercnaadise,J Sacks' furnished en an-
A LSIANACS! ALMANACS I ALMA
J NACS! DR. D. JAYNE would herebv
inform the public that he publishes annually for
gratuitous distribution, by himself and all his
Agents, an Almanac, called
J J FACE'S MEDICAL ALMAXAC,
AND GUIDE TO HEALTH.
The calculations for this Almanac are made
with raeat care and accuracy and for the dfier
ent Latitudes and Longitudes, so as to make
them equally useful as a Calendar in every part
of the United States and British North America.
They are printed on eood paper, and with hand'
some new type, and are neatlv bound, and be
sides being the neatest and most accurate Cal
endar printed in the United States, they contain
a large amount of valuable information, suited
to the wanU of all, and of that kind too, which
cannot be found in boo lis.
HIS CATALOGUE OF DISEASES, with
remarks and directions for their removal is re
ally invaluable, and make them welcome visiters
in every house they enter. Every family should
posess at least one ol these Annually. His Al
manac for 1849 is now ready for distribution, of
which he designs to publish at least Tiro Mil
lions, and in order that everv familv in the
United States and British America, mav be furn-
lsned with a copy, he hereby invites Merchants
and Storekeepers to forward their orders to him
as early as possible and they shall be surplied
Gratuitously with as many copies as thev . mavi
deem necessary to supply their various custom
ers. Ibey are also invited at the same tune, to
send acopv of -their "Business Card." which
will be printed and placed on the cover of the
Almanacs sent them, also without charge. ,
7 They are also requested to give all necessary
aireouons now ue Almanacs should be for
warded to them. Bv law thev cannot be sent
by mail unless the postage is first paid on them
uere. .. ,.-
Orders f post paid.) directed to Dr. D. Javne.
rniUKteiptua, will meet with prompt attention.
Tr Families can obtain these Almanacs
Gratice of H. E. BLOCK fc CO., Louisiana,
Ma Agenct for the sale of Dr. Jayn's Cel-ebratedJrsmiryJtfedioines.
H. E. BLOCK & tO.,
Water Street,' Louiiiahai Missouri,
YXAVE now in store a fresh and large sup-
S1!AS0)HABM GOO 3)0,
which thev offer at venr.lnw prices for Cash, or
in exchange for any kind of COUNTRY PRO
DUCE. Those wishing to purchase would do
well to examine their stock before purchasing
elsewhere. They nave now in store, at re
markably low prices, a large stock of
) Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, du p's
i brown and bleached Domestics ; 3 Hhds
Sugar, 50 sacks Coffee; Spanish Leather; Nails,
Tar, Mackeral 60 barrels Whiskey, Brandy.
Wine, Molasses, Clothing, &c. &c
Those indebted to the undersigned, by note
or account, who have not settled previous to
1848, will do well to call and settle immediately,
otherwise their notes and accounts will positively
be placed in officer s bands for collection.
October 9th 1848. tf
Neti Stock. M
JEWELRY, FAMILY GROCERIES, '
WINES & CIGARS. : '
Having changed their busi
ness. now. offer for sale, at
St Louis price,' a full as
sortment of JEWELRY,
such as a t :
Lady's Cameo Pins, -do
mourning do. ' i
full sett do.
sett and plain gold Rings, r
Evening hair. Pins, '
Plain and sett Ear .Rings,'
Piain and sett Slides,
Sett Bracelet, . i
Fine Gold Pencil),
Plain & Fancy Bteast Pins,
Silver Pencils with stone setts,
Rodger's Congress Knives,
do do silver steel Razors,
Fancy & Plain Studs, '
Fine Gold Pens & holders,
Ancor Leaver Watches, '
Also, a well selected stock of Familv Gao-
cERiEs, and Muskat Port, Claret and Medria
WINES, and a large lot of Regalia, Prindpee,
Havana & Uuba (JluAKa, to which they would
invite the attention of purchasers.
. W. K. KEftNEUY & UU.,
4 Water Street, Louisiana, Mo.
N. B. Clocks, Watches and Jewelry repair
ed at the shortest notice. . W. K. K.
A LIST OF LETTERS
T EMAINING in the Post Office at Louis
W, iana, Mo., on the 1st day of October,
1848, which if not taken ont in three months
will be sent to the General Post Office as dead
Doct M B Angle 2
Samuel Brown ,
Wm. H Davis '
A J Fort
Uriah C Gregory
Caleb B Jones
John A Paxton 2
James A PeJy
Coleman F Rogers
Dr. W T Stewart
John W Smith
Dr. C C Thimme
Wm. P. Wigglesworth
JOS. RICHARDSON, P. M.
October 9th 1848. (n2Mw)
Public Administrator's Notice.
Nones is hereby riven, to all creditors and
others interested in the estate of Rhode McD
wee, deceased, that the undersigned a Public
Administrator Tor the county or rike, did take
possession of the estate of said deceased, on the
28th day of September 1848.
All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment ; all those having
olaims against said estate are hereby notified to
present the same, properly authenticated, within
one year from the above date, or they may be
precluded from having any benefit of said estate,
and if not presented wi.hin three years they
will be forever barred. "
Public Adm'r. for Pike county.
October 2d. 18483w.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that the under
rj signed, administrator . of the estate of
Archibald Cash, deceased, that I will make a
final settlement of my administration of said es.
tate, at the next term of the county court of
Pike county, Mo., to be begun and held in Bow
ling Green, in November, 1848, when and
where all persons concerned may attend if they
KICHAKD A. THOKNTON, Adm'r.
October 9th 1848. 4w
One Cent Reward.
RAN-AWAY from the subscriber, on Sun-!
day the 24th inst., an indentured appren
tice named William Silvers, about 17 or 18,
years of age. The above reward will be paid
for his apprehension and deliver? to me. All
(persons are cautioned not to harbor him or give
Ihim credit on my account, as I will pay no debts
euuiraciea oy aim, mcaj. n.Ajn-v.&n.
Louisiana, Mo., bept ZOtb, 1548. .
Nonce is hereby civea. to all creditors
and others interested in the estate of Mar
tha Trower, deceased, that the undersigned
ft! . . ... . V I
wiu appiy sn e next xv ovember tend ot the
ooaty cpuxt of Pike County, to make
finalaettlsmentof said estate. ; .
q J . WESLEY B. TROWER, '
Adm'r with the will annexed.
NOTICE is hereby given, to all creditors
and others interested in the estate of
James Riggs, deceased, that the undersigned
has obtained from the Clerk of the county court
of Pike county, letters of administration, bear
ing date the 6th day of October, 1848. .
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment; all those
having claims against said estate are hereby noti
fied to present the same, properly authenticated,
within one year from the above date, or they
may be precluded from having any benefit of said
estate, and if not presented within three years
they will be Jorever barred.
samull rilAttft, Jiam r.
October 7th 184& 3w, .
At BellviUs.llL.aUwn 13 falW from t
Louis, 400 packages f Da. 8o4V'-GaaT
were sold in three ntOBihsssd theafent1! je-
ceived the foUofing certificate frosa a ssBaia-
bar oi persons .who sea iu -i,..' . w
: BdlvilU St. Char GhJUtrtS, 14, 1843...
We the undersigned, eitiseas of. BeUvilie-St "'.
Clair County. BL. haviug . used - the .medkiae
known as Dr. Storm's Scotch Cough Candy f
prepared bf H.' Wade, of St,' Louis HoV, do
cheerfully testify to its efficacy as a remedy tor
Diseases of the Breast and Lungs, and we ' TS-
roommend it tolhe public as a safe and agreeable
compound. ' , - . - ' !')
U. J. HiJt'TIS, MtOMkX nnsfer.i
L. B. CABAUNE, Mteknt, :
Hen and Boys CTotking and Farnish-
. us store, ..
HTHE subscriber would respectfully an
I nounce to his friends and the public gen
erally, that he lias now on hand, and will con
tinue to keep, a large and well assorted stock of
embracing every article worn by men or boys.
They consist in part, of
Coats, rants. Vests. Drawers, Sluru, tius
penders, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes,
Socks, Gloves, Pocket & Neck , '
Also, a variety of Pocket Knives, Razors and
strops, Hiding and Wagon Whips, Saddle Bags,
cloth and hair Brushes, Trunks, Carpet Bags,
Umbrellas, and many other articles too tedious
mention, which was bought for Lash and will
sold for the same low if not lower than
they can be had above St Louis.
Having the experience of 10 or 12 years in
the clothing business, he flatters himself that as
regards style, quality or making, his stock can
not be surpassed; and as for prices they khall
not prevent a man from dressing himself, for I
am determined not to be undersold by any one
f ersons visitmg this place, wishing any article
my line, will not lose anything by calling in
one door west of E. G. McQnie s, Georgia St.
Louisiana, Mo. WM. H. ROBINSON.
Sept. 11th 1848 3m.
IMPROVED DIAMOND STEEL CART
manufactured at Tally, Me.
THE subscribers has been appointed agent
for the above celebrated and superior
ploughs, and now has on hand, at the ware
house of U. E. Block & Co.,
50 two horse Ploughs,
25 one horse do.
As these Ploughs are becoming exten
sively known and used in this section of
country, the subscriber deems it unneces
sary to say much with regard to them.
The Moleboard is entirely of steel, and those
who have tried these Ploughs think them
the best article of this kind now in use.
The manufacturer of these ploughs offers
one hundred dollars for a Moleboard pattern
superior to his. . ,
We are authorized to sell on the most fa
vorable terms for cash or produce.
All orders for these ploughs addressed to
r. Morrow, agent, Tully, Mo., will meet
with prompt attention.
JIMU. M. NcriKU, Agent.
Louisiana, Sept. 11th, 1848. (n226m.)
: DAVID tocCOY-
O. J RAPIER,
txr o rr t inter im n.n-n n j
And many others too numerous to mention ,r.
We have thought A unnescessarv to offer cer
tificates from individuals in all cases, as pure
chasers are unable to inform themselves .' of the
actual existence of most of the' signers.' The
following, however, is from a well known "eiti
xen of St. Loais, atou residense No. 210 -'ansa
street two dollar below Chafer: ,-U
JUa. Yf ad. Dear Sin It affords me pleasure
to offer my testimony to the efficacy of the aria?
Ice known as Dr. Storms Scotch Cough Cn
And in diong so, I am actuated by a desire te
benefit others who mav be suffering. My wile
was laboring under a severe cough for a Iocs;
time, which threatened serious injury. After
bavingtried marry other remedies to no purpose,
she nsed a few package's of Storm's Congh Can
dy, purohased from our neighbors, Messrs. Snow
& Qutrit.and 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 from the use of thu truly valuable
remedy ,. , . iUspectfuily, . f . -.
. &VAXMS, , ?
No. 210 Jtfain Street .',
S. Louis,Mt 4.S4n.
The action of Dr. Storm's Scotch Congh Can-'
dy differs verymaterialry from any other conW1
pound ever invented. ' It not only allays Br on-'
chial Irritation, but operating aa a very mild
purge, it keeps the stomach and bowels in s
healthy condition, leaving the patient an appetite .
wnicn lew ouier uugn Mixnues couiu unpaiui
We have no dispusition to injure the inventor
of any particular medicine, but in justice to the
world, we will give it as our honest opinion,
formed by the observations' of eleven years in .
the school of medicine, that large 'end frtqvtnl
draughts of nauseous liquidCompounds taken
Mo the stomach from time to time must have sr
tendency to destroy the ktalthy tone of msx vuml
organ of the human system. " ' '
no such objeeiion can be urged against me nee
of this valuable Medicated Candy, for Sugar faa
greeable both to the palate and stomach, and we '
honestly believe that this preparation will do all ,
that medicine am do towards the relief ef per- -sons
suffering with Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis, .
Asthma, Eleeding of tlie Lung, Pain in the Side
and Breast Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness,,
and all other symptoms of Consumption. "
0vJrders from the Uountry, or applications
for Agency, directed to Messrs. J. H. BAR'
NARD & BRO., General Agents, No. 140 Mare
street, St Louis, Mo., will meet with prompt'
attention. ... V
S3" For sale by Druggists generally. It may
also be obtained of 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 Hanulton Wade, .
St. Louis, whose written signature is on the. . -
wrapper. . . ; '
fLfJl hberot deduction mods to country dealers.
narcb 13th, 1848. 4&-6m. ' '
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. -
THE undersigned have this day associated .
themselves in business under the firm ' '
and style of Orr, Duke and Campbell for the '
purpose of transacting a general Mercantile,
Produce and Commission business, in the store
formerly occupied by Gee. W. Jenks k, Co -'
Water street, Louisiana Mo.
C. M. DUKE
W. H. OaMPBELL. .
500,000 Pine Shingles.
THE subscribers have just received, and have
for sale, 500.000 Wisconsin PINE SHIN
GLES. JNO. M. McPIKE & CO.
Louisiana, Sept 25th 1848. ,
PROTRACTED MEETING. -
There will be e protracted meeting held at
Mt Pisgah Church, commencing on Friday
preoeeding first Lord's day in November next
Elders Hurley, indram, and jonnson, nave
agreed to attend, and other ministering brethren
may be expected. Ucf. loin 48.
LOUISIANA PRICES CURREXT.
Bahse Orricr, Oct 23, 1848.
nonce u hereby given to all persons
concerned or interested' in the esttte of:
Wm. Brown, deceased, that the under-
singned will apply at the next November
term of the county court of Pike county,
to make a final settlement of said estate. ; ,
, MARCUS DRAFUS, .j -!""
HUGH LOVE, . Arm
WE are raving the highest market prices for
iToauoe, eiiner-Tn easa or mercnanaize si our
store Water street, Louisiana, Mo. '"; " '
ORR, DUKE k CAMPBELL. -
Shonldrs, - -Sides
- . - .
Hemp, - -Lard
- - .
Sutter, - -Flaxseed,
on foot, - -Dried
Salt, . : Kenhawa,
Castings '.' '.(? 2
65 to 68o per busbeL
18 to 20 cU per "
3 1-2 a 41-2 perewt
1 1-2 a 2 1-2
- 3 1 31-2
. 15pts per do. '
$ 4 1-2 a 4 3-4 per owt
6c per pound.
V 8 do. ;': '
62 l-2c per bushel
2 to 2 1-2 perewt
75c per bushel.
So per dozen. ....
. 6 1-4 to ?c per lb.
9 a 10c per lb.
, - 35 a 50c pier gal. "
95cfs, per bunch.'
- 45 to 50c per bushel
- 200. sack.
: 5 per lb
ORR, DUKE & CAMPBELL beg leave to
inform their friends and the publie that .
they have taken the above commodious store r
and Warehouses adjoining, and are now receivW
ing from Saint Louis a Targe and well se-' ::
lected slock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Iron, ';
Nail. Boots, Shoes, Queensware, Hardware .
&c Tiiey are now ready to accommodate their
friends and the public generally wih all articles
in their line, and at prices that will make K to .
the interest ol dealers to purchase of them... - '
To their friends in the country they would
offer their services for transacting any ousiness -
in the way of Receiving, Storing and forward- ..
ing Produce or merchandise of any kind. Their
Warehouses bing situated immediately on the
Wharf will enable them to ship and receive al
goods on better terms than any other house.
Their' facilities are soch as to enable them to
make liberal Cash advances en any produce en
trusted to their care. They respectfully solicit n
a share of public patronage. '
Salt for Stock. ;
WE have store in a large lot on oonsignaeat
rwhich will be sold very low by
.. ORR, DUKE CAMPBELL.,',
; 41 Salt. ';:i
; WF. have lust received,' and nave for sale
Ground Allum, Liverpool Blown and Kanawha
Salt which we offer at reduced prices. ' 1 -s" ' :
ORR, DUKE ft CAMPBEIjIo .
FARMERS NOTICE. - r.-i',. .
5? If you want to buy the running gear ' ' '
of a superior four-horse' wagon, " with "r?$
without Hit harness, dim an.earij epRii,,
cation m this bfioer" OcU&iy 4& xa