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; remarkable instances ol
the success which attends well applied en
frgy.tsid perseverance, is exhibited in. the
,4a&epf Dr David Jayne, of Philadelphia,
-with whose . advertisements the readers of
the1 Register are familiar.. ' The Doctor, af
ter spending many years ot his lile in prac
ticeVa'crd a careful investigation of the ori-
Mn and character of diseases, applied him-
Bell 10 Vlio irciai awuu ui (cuicmcs, auw
'the'VkceBen.ce of his compounds is attested
"hV the'erateful thanks of thousands, who
.tfavrpired the benefits of his skill and
.xcUntific knowledge. His are not mere
quack nostrums, but preparations result-;
ing from, long and carerul study, and as uiey
serve, in an eminent degree, the good pur
poses for which they were intended, sac
cess has followed the proprietor's enter
prise and labors.' ' His establishment ts now
one 01 me largest in wie unueu oiaies, unu
besides furnishing every . city, town, and
township in the country with his invalua
tle'medicipes, he ships, annually, immense
quantities, to foreign lands. .
. , In flie prosecution of his plans for bring
ing his. specifics to the notice of the whole
people, Dr. Jayne has issued a Family Al
manac containing certificates and testimo-
nials of the highest character. We see it
stated in the Sermantown Telegraph, that
!atit year, me million of the Almanacs
were published for 1848, and all distributed-
, This year, the demand for 1849 is so
great, ina IWO power presses, urivrn uy
Steam, are, running day and night, with a
double set of hands, and are unable to meet
the, demands of the public for the Alma
nacs..:! Indeed, Messrs. Stavely & M'Calla,
who do the pres-work, have found it nec
essary, to meet the wants of the publisher,
to obtain a third power press! Ttc mil
lions and a half copies will be required for
1849, 'consuming from twelve to fifteen
thousand reams of paper, and incurring an
expense, at the very small rate of two cents
each. conv. and we - cannot see how they
can be, furnished at so Iowa price of fifty
thousand dollars ! . t his is wonderful, ex
hibiting, as it does, one of the most re
markable instances of enterprise on record.
But .it must be remembered that this
laree sura, which is a fortune of itself, is en
tirely eiven away the whole two millions
and a half of Almanacs are gratuitously
given to merchants, storekeepers, families
and individuals, with a view to their gener
al gratuitous distribution throughout the
The position of Dr. Jayne is an enviable
one achieved by his own unaided energy,
industry, and enterprise drawing largely
from an extensive knowledge of medical
jensprudence and he now stands at the
Lead of the discoveries of medicines for 'the
snlKbri,' which.' have not only been pro
nounced to be unequalled as remedies, for
the deceases severally set apart by the
proprietor, &c, but destined to confer npon
thjts human family incalculable benefits in
the iferm of restored health, and prolonged
existence. JVorrutow register
,;: . . PhUidelphia, July, 26, 1847
tO THE PUBLIC I certify that be
fore my remembrance I became afflicted
with what the Physicians called setoff ula.
It made its first appearance by pain and
swelling of the joints more especially my
ankles, knee's. " wrists and elbows, after
which the glans of my throat and neck be
came . inflamed ' and swelled, attended
with most excruciating pains. I was often
confined entirely to my bed, and for weeks
together could not move my neck or turn
my head. .' Several physicians attended me
at different times but they did not appear.
to do me any good.
About a year ago I was attacked with
vomiting, which continued every , few min
utes all one night.. The next day eruption
appeared on' the side of my neck, which
soon spread all over my neck, head and
face, with inflamation of my eyes and eye
lids, which destroyed my eye-lashes, and
caused the hair to fall from off my head,
and soon the disease spread all over me;
my limbs were one entire scab. I could
not bend my hands or arms without caus
ing the tkk to crack open, when, the blood
Hoold run out. . Some of my. finger-nails
came off. In short, I was unable to get my
own living, and in this condition I called
upon Dr Jayne, in order that he might un
dertake my case. He directed me to take
his1'' "Alterative "three times a day, and his
Sanative Pills ts often as I should find it
necessary'..' I have no w taken his Altera
tive Sow months, and am most happy to say
wf 41 nas entirely cureu iuc.
No, 118 North tenth St., Philadelphia.
If any person doubts say statement, tliey
will pleesa; call upon Mrs. D. Stewart and
Mrs. E. Doughty, 332 Spring Garden St.,
or on Mrs. Tahour, where I reside, who are
acquainted with My situation before & while
jwrt acing ut. jayne s meaicine.
Preparedfniy oy Dr; Jayne, Philadel-
Sbia7and sold on agency by H E. Block
( Co Louisiana, Mo." ' f
era nay Jbe liad all the other valua
tie preparations of Dr. Jayne.
r- ' PROTRACTED MEETING.
There will be frotraoted meeting held at
MlUFwph. Cbureb, commencing en rnday
proceeding first Lord's .day in November next.
Elders Hurle'v. Land ram, and Johnson, have
aTreM'te'attend.'and other ministering brethreaf
Jube of n'e most remarks
Wm. H. ROBINSON'S
Men and Boys Clothing ana Furnish.
THE subscriber would respectfully an
nniinrrfta his friends and the nublic gen
srntlf that he hak 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, Vets, JLWawers, aciris, sus
pender., Hats & Caps, Boots &. Shoes,
Socks, Gloves, Pocket & Neck
Hdkf's. &c &c.
At., a viridv of Pocket Knives. Razors and
Strops, Ruling and Wagon Whips, Saddle Bag,
cloth and hair Brushes, Trunks, Carpet Bags,
Umbrellas, and many other articles tio tedious
to mention, which was bought for Cash and will
be sol J for the same as low if not lower than
they can be had above St. Louis.
IT.vitwr ihn PTnerirnre of 10 OT 12 TfT in
the elutliing business, he flatters himself that as
regards stj le, quality or making, his stock can
not be surpassed; and as for prices they hall
not prevent a man from dressing himself, for I
am determined not to be undersold by any one
Persons visiting this place, wishing any article
in my line, will not lose anything by calling in
one W went of E. G. McQuie's, Georgia St.
Louisiana, Mo. WM. H. ROBINSON.
Sept. 1 1th 1848 3m.
IMPROVED DIAMOND STEEL CART
Manufactured at Tully, no.
rTIHE subscribers has been appointed agent
1 fur the above celebrated and superior
ploughs,' and now has on hand, at the ware
house of H. r. block & lo.,
60 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
T. Morrow, agent, Tully, Mo., will meet
with prompt attention.
JNU. M. McFlKfe, Agent.
Louisiana, Sept. 11th, 1848. (n226m.)
COPARTNERSHIP MTU E.
fTHE undersigned hare this day associated
themselves in business under the nrm
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 Geo. W.Jenks & Co.,
Water street, Louisiana Mo.
W. C. OKH
ORR, DUKE & CAMPBELL beg leave to
inform their friends and the public that
they have taken the above . commodious store
and Warehouses adjoining, and are now receiv
ing from saint Louis a large and well se
lected stock of Dry Gtods, Groceries, Iron,
Nails. Boots, Shoes, Queensware, Hardware
&C Tuey are now ready to accommodate their
friends and the public genarally wi'h all articles
in their line, and at prices that will make it to
the interest of dealers to purchase of theau
To their friends in the country they would
offer their services for transacting any business
in the way of Receiving, Storing; and Forward
ing Produce or merchandise of any kind. Their
Warehouses being situated immediately on the
Wharf will enable them to ship and receive
poods on better terms than any other house.
fheir facilities are such as to enable tbem to
make liberal Cash advances on any produce en
trusted to their care. They respectfully solicit
a share of public patronage.
SPRING AND SUMMER CAMPAIGN
FRESH SUPPLIES TO SUIT ALL
r I iHE subscriber has fust renlenished his al-
ready large supply of READY MADE
LLUlliLYU, consisting; in part of dress, frock
and business cloth coats; black and figured
casimere pants; superior black satin vests; silk,
beaver and neutna hats ; shoes and boots. He
has also a large variety of liBnen and tweed
sack, frock and business coats; linnen and
tweed pants; summer vests, shirts and drawers,
together with a good supply of DRY GOODS
JiJYD GROCERIES, to suit the season. All
of which he will sell as low as the times will
possibly admit, 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.
Beef! Beef! Beef!
,TO the citizens of Lou
isiana : -
The undersigned . pro
pose to releave the in
convenience labored un-
der at present by the citizens of our town,
in obtaining a good article of fresh meat,
oy oneninearecular market in c Jackson
& Bro's. ware house, ori every Tuesday,
Thursday' and Saturday mornings, where
they would be pleased toupply their friends
and the town generally. -
McALISTEB & SHAW.
; Wm. M. Coffee;
Attorney and Counsellor at Lair.
WILL promptly attend to any business that
may be entrusted to his care. He will practice
in Warren and the adjoining counties.
O" Office in Warrenton, Mo.
May 8th, 1848. 5tf.
P. O ARK.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
A TTENDS regularly the eourt of Pike
j Lincoln and St. Charir counties-
AdJresi Prairie ville, Pike county, Mo.
November 8th 1847. . i
E. G. McQUIE,
. LOUISIANA, MO. "'.
EALERin Dry Goods, Groceries, READY
MADE CLOTHING, Produce Sic.
Joseph D. Withers,
' AND '
GENERA ti COMMISSION MERCHANT,
St Lonls, Missouri.
WILL make liberal advances upon Tobac
co and all other. Produce consigned to
him. ' fly Ofliceon vine, between first and sec'
ond streets, at the "Vine Street Hotel."
Corner of Main and South Carolina Streets,
Ml HIS HOTEL, formerly known as
the Missouri House, is now open for
th aMHiimnodi.tion ot boarders and travellers.
Krerr effort will be made to render those who
m. ..all at Thurmond'! comfortable: and the
IMUJ " -
proprietor hopes, by constant exertions to please
o meriia nuerai suare oi puuui: jtairuuagc.
Dec. 6th 1847. '
No. 19, Main Street, St. Louis, Missouri
YTAS COJVSTAJVLY OX HAJi'D of his
Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail
supply of T1X and COPPER WARE, Shed
Irok Wxrt. STOVES. GRATES, andmry oth
er article, ut that lint of buift, JJ" Cheap for
"Dr. J. L. Wood,
INFORMS the public that the ume ol his as
..Nation with Dr. E. M. BartleU having ex
pired by limitation, he now offers his profession
al services to the citizens of Louisiana and sur
rounding country: Hoping that close attention to
his profession wiu enime nun m iomi m mcii
cash. O" Office in a room of tne htore ot id-
win Draper & Brothers, where he may be found
unless professionally engaged.
Nov. KRh ia-n.
I. B. Henderson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Claksvili.k, Mo
TILL promptly attend to any business that
y f may be entrusiea to nis care.
Clarksville, May 3d, 1847. ;
ATTfinXKV A. LAW.BowLine-GacKS.Mo
Will promptly attend U all business entrusted
to his care.
S. P. Murray,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Bowlinz Green. Mo
Will promptly attend to any business thatmaj
he enirustemo nis care.
IJITTO RJVE Y AT LAW. Bowlin r- Grttn. Mo.
Regularly attends the Circuit courts ol rue
Ralls, Lincoln, Warren ana Montgomery.
N. P. Minor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowuso-Gaiis.Mo
Office intheCourt House.
ZS-CHEAP CASH BOOK STORED
J . HALS A L L .
WHOLESALE and Retail Bookseller and
Stationer, No. 124, Main Street, Saint
Louis, Mo., keeps on hand a splendid assortment
School, Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Books;
Quills, Ink, Wafers, steel Pens and
Slates, Writing and Wrapping
Papers; Blank Books
in great variety, together with every other art
cles in his line of business.
Books tound m the best manner.
Call and examine No. 124, Main Street,
NEW FIRM IT THE OLD STAND.
OHH 8. HAKKLBT. JSS. CLAXKSOR
MARKLEY & CLARKSON,
HAVING purchased the stock bT Samuel E,
Allen, are now manufacturing every de
scription of Boots and Shots at the old stand of
Newnam & Allen. - They will keep every va
riety of Boots and Shoes, shoe findings, sole and
upper leather, Philadelphia calf skins, pegs &c
&.c, and beg to assure all who may favor them
with their patronrge, that they may rely on all
work made by them being of the very best work
manship of any made in the county. A "rw"
warranttd in all cases. '
Having in their employ the best Boot maker
in the county, they confidently solicit and ex
nectto receive a liberal share of patronage.
Thev will also keen on hand a good stock of
eastern Boots, Shoes and Family Groceries.
. MARKLEY & CLAKK.SUJM.
Louisiana, June 10th 184& ,; , 10 tf.
PATEJVT MEDICINES. '
TAYNE'S EXPECTORANT, Jayne'a Ton-
el ie Vertnifufl-e. Javne'a Carminative Balsam,
Jayne'a Sanative Pills, Jayne'a Alterative,
Jayne's Hair Tonic, Jayne's American Hair
Dye, Jayne's Ague rills.
All the above medicines are prepared
. ., , I t" ,1
only by Dr. David Jayne, Philadelphia, and
for sale by H. . Block & Co., Louisiana
andB. Biggs, Ashley, Mo. ' 1 '
ntrtfTr' 4 ri n i irrnTC
U. S. MAIL DAILY LINE OF PACKETS
For Clarksville, Louisiana, Hannibal, Ma
rion City, Quincy, Lagrange, Tully,
Alexandria, Warsaw and Keokuk! ,
The new and light-draught passenger steamers,
LUCY KTKAM, Ubas. Dcav, TKaster,;
KATE KEARNEY, J as. Wbitrst, faster.
Will run regularly to the above named ports
leaving St. Louis every afternoon, at 5 o'clock,
except on Sunday, and Quincy every morning.
at 9 o'clock, except Tuesday. . Their speed and
comfort of accommodation, ior passengers, can
not be surpassed by any boats in the trade.
Promptness of arriving and departing will be
strictly observed, and their officers will spare
no pains to promote the comfort or passengers,
and the interest of shippers. For freight . or
passage, apply on board, or to
R. F. S ASS, Agent, 1 1 Commercial st.
For Clarksville, Louisiana, Hannibal,
Marion City, Quincy, Lagrange, Tully,
Alexandria, n arsaw and Keokuk.
The light draught and fast running passenger
steamer UUUAN WAVE, a. Able, master,
wilt run as a regular Dacket to the above and
all intermediate ports, leaving St. Louis every
Tuesday and t riday, at 4 o clock, abe having
been thoroughly painted and refitted is now
equal in comfort and accommodation for passen
gers, to any boat in the trade.
For freight or passengers, apply on board.
Sept. 25th, 1848.
For Clarksville, Louisiana, Hannibal.
Marion City, Quincy, Lagrange Tully,
Alexandria, Warsaw and Keokuk.
The new and elegant passenger steamer ED
WARD BATES, N.Cameron Master, will run
as a regular packet during the season between.
M. Louis and Keokuk. .
Leaves St. Louis every Tuesday and Fri
day, at 5 p m. And on her return trip, leavs Ke
okuk every Sunday and Thursday morning, at 6
i clock, and arrive at at. Louis same afternoon
The EDWARD BATES has been ex
pressly built lor this trade, and shippers
and passengers may rely upon her continu
ing in it during the season, and upon the
regularity of her trips and times of arriving
and departing. Passengers and freight will
be received or landed any where on the riv
er, and all signals will be attended to with
out extra charge.
It is hoped that by strict attention to the
interest of shippers and passengers she will
receive a liberal share of the patronage
heretofore so liberally bestowed on other
boats under the command of Neil Camron,
For freight or passage, apply on board.
FOUL Its' HOTEL,
; f THIS well known House is still open
for the accommodation of ths traveling
community. The proprietor, grateful for the
liberal patronage he has so long received, hopes
by constant attention to the wants of his custo
mers, to merit a continuance of the same. He
promises that his table shall at all times be sup
plied with tne nest mat me country can anora:
ani that particular attention shall be given to his
His prices are as follows:
ounru uy me uoj,
for man and horse.
single meals, -
for roan and horse,
by the week
for horse per day
Persons wishing to go to any point in the
county, can be accommodated with a hack
or single horses at reasonable prices.
For the benefit of strangers he will say that
Foulks Hotel is situated on Third Street, one
door south of Baird's hotel and immediately op--.
. . a j muv mm vc c.
DOS lie l lie xxvauKjay. juiu (uvuw 01.
Nov. the 29th, 1847.
Louisiana Livery Stable.
TN view of the inconveniences to which in
I dividuals and the public generally have been
subjected, for the want of proper conveyances
to. and from, our city, the subscriber has
been encouraged to establish in Louisiana, at
an immense outlay or " ton ana treasure,"
Livery Stable, well supplied with Horses, Bug
gies and Hacks, l hey natter tnemseives ny
keeping conststly on hand, and well rubbed, hor
ses of all gates and colors, suited both to the
saddle and harness, that they will receive a gen
erous support from community. Business sen,!
and pleasuring men, as well as the travelling
community, can at any time be supplied with
single horses, buggies, or hacks, by calling at
their stables, between Georgia and South Caro
lina streets. ' .. .'.
It is also his design to run an .accommoda
tion hack to all the JBowling-Greeneourta, and
neighborhood meetings, to- which four or five
passengers can be obtained. His prices shall
be as low as the lowest.
THE undersigned wish to purchase, imme-
a. UHUCIJT, 1 - U wvv
Tobacco, for which tha highest market pricti
win be paid in Caw.
H. E. BLOCK & CO.
1848. ;a.s im
FfamtdundwU(t EsUhliAd Wtrthtnii)
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE
TVn 'IIS1 ;Ti
j ; . t Formerly Ao". 1 1 4V
MAIN 'STREET, ST; lOtlSV iffJC M
t Afta, I , " " -JIM
' . ; ' ! ' ' r' llT-'J "i ili! ft It
t am determined to. sell lower ttna sarf
otner bouse m ine uaiieo wtfn
GOODS are rushing is by every packet !
The house is now filled 1 Three larga. tories
crowded with goods! .My. stock.this jfcwijj ;'
be tremendous large, by far exceeding si(Vfer
before received, and at such low prices thai
defy any and all ' ' "" '1
- Competition., :
1 am determinad to supply every Country iler- j
chant, and also all Retail Customers thai csm 1 .
to this market with the ready cash. -, I have. out I
the prices down solow as to make it a matttr e i
impossibility for any bouse to offer the same hw 1
aucemenis. u nun uv j:jwreiii u every one
that I can do it possessing the advantages that
I do purchasing, manufacturing and selling let
k r ' or JVo. 1 Ciln Patter. ''
. . T. . L . . . .... ' y -
! The tremendous amount of business I do, ?
enable me to sell at a very small profit, whkI
always have done, and will continue to do. Be-
siding in tne uity oi ew x or, ana mansaac
turing my own goods, and having the advat
5es of the market my brother, Casaua
lAariN, conducting the busines in St. Louis
i ..... i. i i ''
and the long experience i nave uau iu uusiocit
ihe past sixteen years, enables me to get j1
stock in far superior style to any other. ' '"' '
My patterns are the best and most fashionsbn
that can be had, and are warranted to set and ft
as well as those that can be had at the mes U$hU
tonable tailors. This fall I will have over v V't
onsisting of every style and pattern that will be'
worn. ' 1 '"'
Beware of being deceived by those wttr felr
you "their's is Martin's" for there are num
bers that do, and are mean enough to stoop to
anything. -; Bear in mind that my store is ' y - '
3Stll9iuunai xiw. u-a.
The numbers on Main street having been alter
ed makes my store No. 118. In front you will
find the name in mammotn gu letters v iu
On top the house a large No. 118.' ,';
I have the largest and deepest Clothing Ware
house in the west. And remember, that I have'
but the one store in the city. ' '
TO COUNTRY MERCHANT '
All orders thankfully reoeived; and wtfrarifed!
to be packed correctly, at the lowest cash prlb
'Tisno trouble to show gooas z v
JOHN T. MARTIN.
August 28th 1848- (v4 no21 . ) 1
NOTICE. ., j
If I his wife You will please take notice,,
that at the next November term of the county,
. wvi- r: : ...:n l'
coun I or me coumy, nuswun. we m "fj".
for an order for the sale of the slaves belonging
to the estate of John Mackey, deceased, that '
distribution may be made according to the right'
of those entitled thereto, as said slaves eanAat'
be divided in kind. : '
Signed this 28th August, 1848, , I
SUSAN MACKEY, ... . fi
JAMES A. MACKEY, in his (
own right, and also as Guardian, for. Su
san Mackey, a minor.'
na, W U IV . .-.r. VVlllTI XI Jul H1UIL.. S-!
JAS. M. WATSON, Guar-n'A f
dian for William Mackey.' I
, ANDREW J. TRIMBLE,1'
in right of bis wife Nancy Trimble.
MUAMIN TEMPLETON si
in right of his wife Mary TempletoeJ"
SAMUEL D. G1VENS, . J
. in right of his wife & as Guardian for John,1
and Joseph Mackey, minors. .
JXS.TIHATI, in right oi ., s
' bis wife Elizabeth Timtt. , .1
September 4th 1848.
-. i :
A Valuable Farm for
I wish to tell at private sale, my . far
situated 6 miles west of Louisiana, andon
the road leading thence to Paris, ; contiinr
ing 120 acres, of which about 60are undet'i
good fencing and tfultivation. ;Th.are. Ui
good dwelling house on the place, akrtcheass
and smoke-house, a well with good and nev
er failing water, in which is- a good pumpt
tiKin.iiKani anI ctaVlla. I . . I I'lJ
Apply soon, fori am determined to sen1, f
gwn. s H-MALLINCKRODT.?
Pike Co., Mo.f Sept 11th 1848. 1 j;
SPRING AND SUMMER.
WE are now reoeivinga large and well e
sorted stock of Goods, Buyable ftr tk.
season, consisting of . , r-'A v i- :
Dry Goods, Groceries, j
ftueensware, &c, &c., 1
which we will sell at very loir pncei.for- J
Cash or Produce. . Persons wishing M-pvff ;
chase Goods will please giro us a' call r berf i
tore purcnaaiag. . . . :it
Y17ANTED, 100,000 ; lbs,, Bacon,
bushels Wheat. t j : . ,0J
t JACKSON & BR 0.