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An Ordinance appropriating money and.
jut uuici purpoxts.
Be it ordained by the Board of Trustees of
the town of .Louisiana, as follows :
1. That the contract' with Orson Reed,
for the improvement of Georgia and Souil
CarelUa streets, be considered at having
been completed. -
SL. That the auin of seventy-five dollars,
be ana tbe same is hereby appropriated,
for the benefit of said Reed, far extra drains
across Main and Third streets, and for ex
tra work on Georgia street over and. above
his contract' price payable according to
3. "The following sums are hereby appro
priated for the several purposes stated, to
wit : '
"" .a ' - i o wi f
Jcortlie beneht ci n aroer ot - lunciisn, lor
extra' work on wu.irf over and above their
contract twenty dollars.
For the - use of .Marion W. Gordon for
his ape. rendered as Town Attorney and
Engineer,' foity-one dollars.
iFor the.use.of James Stone, fui scraper,
four dollars and fifty cents. -
For the .use of Hyinan E. Block, for Re
corder's fees,. two dollars and fifty et uis.
. Fortheuse.ot P. Draper, for ct-rtuin fits
as clerk, three dollars. -
Passed Dec. Bth, 1848.
EDWIN DRAPER, Chairman
' ' Board of Trustees.
-Attest, P. Draper, Cl'k. B. T.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
County of fib, , .; "
In Pike County Court Xowiiher Term, 1848s-
AMONu the records and proceedings had
on the Utird dav of. tbe said term of the
vuun, i UH louowing, viz;
Peter T. VauiHian. administrator of ti-m .state
oinouen Jndsey, deceased, comes and files
ins petition, for the s le of tbe real estate of
said deceased, which is accompanied by the lists.
inventories and accounts required by law, all of
n niuu is vennea wy me amuavii pi said ad
ministrate ; If , is therefore ordered that all
persons be notified hereof, and that unless the
contrary be shown on or before the first day of!
the next term of this court, an order will be
made for the sale of the real estate of said de
ceased, or so much thereof as will be sufficient
to satisfy the debts against said estate ; and or
dered that a copy ol this order be published in
some newspaper published in this State for six
veck, the last insertion to be at least twenty
days before the next term of this court. $
1, Samuel b . Murray, clerk ot the county
court in and : for said county, certify that the
IN pursuance of the will of Wil
liam McPike, deceased, the Un
dersigned will, on the 4TH
DAY OF JANUARY next, of
fer for sale, on a credit of 12
.month, at the late residence of
the deceased, Ave miles south of Bowling
Green, Pike county, Missouri, between
THIRTY AND FORTY VALUABLE
SLAVES, consisting of Men; Women and
Children. At the same time and place, I
will offer for sale about EIGHT HUN
DRED BARRELS OF CORN; one four
horse Wagon and team: one large ox Wag
on and three yoke Of Steers, and . a lot of
Household and Kitchen furniture. At
the same time and place, I will lease, for a
term of three years, the r AKiu lately oc
cupied b the deceased. This farm is one
of the most desirable in the State, contain-
Ion-going order is correctly copied from the ;,, about g00 acres in cultivation, well en-
Recird of saiil court now in my office.
- J U itness my signature and official
Seal. seal hereto affixed at office this 5th day
-tr- J of December, 1848.
S.F. MURRAY, Clerk.
Dec. 11th, 1848. (34-b'w)
' v ' AT
THE CHEAP CIS I! ST ORE.! K ki" "J
Tur ,' '., . . ... ., , r jJohn Markey, deceased, consi
HE subscriber l-ies .this uiulhoJ of in- . . u' , , ,
.arming bis friends and ,he puhlio Jj' ; I" ? ""
Executor's Sale of Val-
In pursuance of an order ob-j
tained from the county court of
Pike county, Mo , at the Novem
ber Term, 1848, of said court, the above Farmi have good
I shall, on the THIRTIETH fences, and in good conditi
. lyijuuiinj ill lk, 1040,
olfer for sale at uublic outerv.
in the town of Clarksville in said enuutv.
e estate of
ally, that he has removed from ihe -Old Shaui j ,'
No. 70, to liii new fancy Store on the corner of
Main and South Carotins streets, and has jut
received one of the largest and best selected
stocks" of Fall hnd Winter Goods ever offered
in this market. My stock consists, ii p;irf, oi l
DRY GOODS, GROCEKIES. GLASS AKD
Q U E E N S W A R E, MAKUWARE, CUT
TLERY, BOOTS& SHOES, HATS,
JL have also a very kr-:e lot ! Jnl.roi'd Shawls,
which I can sell 1'rcni twenty-five, '(, ft.iy j.r
cent cher.prr thrn ri y 1 t ine ii tl is county.
To the Ladies, I would say that I have a
great variety of Dress Goods, such as Silk
Lusters, Orleans do. of all colors. Mohair
do.; alpacas, cashmeres, irons, dj laines.
laces, edgings, fringes of all kinds, and suk
buttons of every description, with a
variety .if Piiuts, from five to fifty cents
iGr To the Ladia I would leturn my sin
cere thanks for their liberal patronage;
pledging myself ever to le n-ady to wait
on tlxfi), sparing rui pains to plcnsr and ob
lige: and that 1 can bell theiii Goods cheap
. r r than any house in the upper country.
And I would say to all who wish to inir
chase, that my g-iods were bought at l-w
prices for cash, a id I am di te i mined tosell
4liem lower than any lnise in tins town
My motto being "Quit It sales, f.viali profits,
and no trouble to shut gm.ds
O. C. TINKER.
Louisiana, Dec. 11th, 1848(34-tf.)
: AH those indebted to O. C. Tinker must
positively come forward and settle the
'same, between this and the first day of Jan-
consisting of one
4 and 1 1 years old, three boys and two girls
A credit of 12 months will be eiven. bv
the purchaser's giving bond with good and
suCieient security for the payment of the
JAMES A. MACKEY, Executor
of the will of John Mackey, dee'd.
IJfC. llt'i,lS18 3w.
uary. - O.
' December lllh,1818.
CONFECTIONAIUliS, FAMILY GliO
.a Ji'o. 11, Water street, Louisiana, Missouri.
HAM & ELLIS, beg leave to inform the
public that they have just received
a good assortment of
Family Cicceiies, Conft crionai fes, &c.,
such as Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Mackerel, Mo
jasscs, Saheratiis, Vinegar, Raisins, Al
monds, candies o-all kinds, Toys, Plumbs,
Cigars, Tobacco,Cai)dJe,-.Soa, Powder,
Lead, Shot, &c. Sec., all of which will be
old cheap foraasluj .
The very best.article of Whiskey always
on band anUTorsale" at So cts. per gallon.
We hav just erected a large Bake Oven,
and will keep constantly on hand a good
supply -of CakesV Crackers, &c."': '- : - -.
DecenuVirllth 1848. . - n34
Admiiiilrator's Sale of
if. Pursuance of an order obtained from
the county court of Pike county, Mo.,
bearinw date the tenth day of November,
Id48, 1 shall proceed to sell the Slaves be
longing to the estate of Chainness Smith
iccased, to the lugtiest and best bidder, at
public outcry an J auction, Lcfore the ronrt
house d-tor id Rowling Green, on the First
tlay iij January next.
a . - a .1
a creau or twelve months will be given,
by the purchaser s giving bond with good
and suHiciunt security, for the payment of
the pu; chase money.
liOHER 1 Y. SMITH, Adm'r,
of the estate of Chainness Smith, dee'd.
Dec. 11th. 1848. (3w.)
Administrator's kale of
XN Pursuance of an order obtained from
tlte county court of Pike county, Mo.,
bearing date the eleventh day of Novem
ber, 1848, I shall, on the first dan if the
ntxt February term f said court, proceed
to sell to the highest bidder, at public out
cry and auction, before the court bouse
door in Bowling Green, the Real Estate of
James II. Hawkins, deceased, to-wit : 'I he
South-east 1-4 of the South-east quarter of
section lb, township OcJ, north ol range i
Vest. A credit of twelve months will be
given, by the purchaser giving bond with
good and sufficient security for the payment
of the purchase money.
JUUiN f . ItbLUibS, Adminis
trator of the estate of Jas. II. Hawkins,
Dec, lith, 1848. (4w.)
closed, well watered and possessing all
needful barns, stables, houses, cribs, &e., in
good repair. . To persons engaged in stock
raising and feeding, this fair'in has advanta
ges rarely surpassed, i ,
I shall also lease the place occupied by
David Curry, two miles north of. Bowling
Green, containing about 100 acres in culli
vation, and the farm known as the Jacob
Pritchet place, about three miles west of
Ashley. 1 las last farm has about 100 acres
in cultivation, with good houses, &c. All
d and substantia!
condition for the usnal
crops of the country.
Further particulars will be made known
on the day of sale, and the farms will be
sliowu to any one by the undersigned.
Adm'r, with the will annexed, of Wm. Mc
Pike, deceased. '
N. B. I will also lease some valuable
town property in the town of Louisiana,
Mo., if not privately disposed of before the
above named day.
'. A. McP, Adm'r.
Pike County, MoM Nov. 27, 1848. 33-tf.
w.rSm . orrcer, oppvtM-uatrat ntlt IRosaAws Gaar. br her neat 'friend. I.aae
THE undersigned having moved to the town
of Louisiana, has received, and is now
upcuwgB spieiuua aionnien ot,' j j i j
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES, -
which he offers tdlhe oiti2ens aid ndlilio2
eraiiy. iae stock consists, in part, ol the m
lowing articles : . . ,. ... . . ,v,
Cloths, cassuneres, tweeds, sitineti, blank
ets and blanket cloth, flannel,' linsey,
domestics, checks, ticking, &c.,-. ; ,
&c. Also ' . , ': "
E. G. McQjiic,
- (Louisiana,' Mo.)
7.7.ST L STORE AVO FOR SALE
130 bags G. A. & L. B. Salt .
50 bags.T. I. do
30 bbls. Kanawha do
25 bushel Dried Peaches,
12 sets cane slat, & split bottom chairs
Large rocking and sewing do
A heavy stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS,
SHOES, IL1TS, CAPS, UEJIDY
Coats, I'aiiti, l'cts, Shirtij Drawers, St.,
'ffertd for t.'ISif, or exchange fur Cutin
try 1'rvduc n33-3w.
Nov. 27, 1848.
dr. wm. w. wise,
(.lin Street, Louisiana, Missouri,)
Vender of Dry Goods, Grocer us. Dye'
Stuffs, Faints, Oils, Varnish;
A good lot of Family Medicines, warranted,
All or which will be sold as low as the
Lowest. Please call and see goods and
prices- oj ty.
Nov. 27th, 1848.
A Splendid Assortment of "
Alpacas, bombazines, cashmeres, de Jaines
giugha.iis, pldids, calicoes, cambrics,
muslins, bobincts, crape, tliule,' '
&c;, &c. Also r
bonnets and bonnet tiiinmings, vizetls and
uuiUs, caps and collars, veils, gloves,
mitts, laces, gimps, fringes, rib
vi'h a variety of fancy articlet not named.
also ; :
A Variety ol Groceriesand Dyettnffs.
Persons wishing to purchase will do well to
call and examine my flock of Goods, as I am de
termined to sell low for Cash or Country Produce,
R. P. HOLT. .
November 20lh, 184S (31-ly)
. . i I ; . i
0Jut received, at the '(lold stand"
south-east corner of Seorgia and Water
streets, Louisiana, a good assortment of
which the subscriber will sell at very low
rates. He has Wines and Brakes of LubBc Benendlv. to eive us .call, feelimr
superior quality, and "Old Kye," such as gllred that weeahelltbem Goods onaH acoi
the merchants sell at JO, for 2o cents. He
has also a general assortment of
Candies, nuts, plumbs, &c, &c, the best
that St. Louis can afford ; and would be glad
te fill orders from his friends in the country.
AUU. C. LIAIKICK.
P. S. The subscriber will pay, until the
close of the river, the highest market price
for fresh Butter and Eggs. T. B. L.
November 20th 1848. (n32tf.)
Scire facias to
4 LL persons are hereby forewarned a-
l. gainst crediting my wife Harriet
Vdtighan, on my account, as I will not be
responsible for any debts which she may
contract, she having left my bed and board
without any just cause or provocation.
ANDREW MARION V AUG11AN.
Dec. 11th, 1848. 34 4w
B-kOMESTICS & OSNA BURGS. Four
I m thousanu yds. Ind. head Domestics, Osna-
burffs, Drillings, Sheeting, fine bro. Domestics
Llea'd. Domestics, lor sale by
OKR, DUKE & CAMPBELL.
Oct. 30th. '48.
LAJYD WARRANTS FOR SALE.
A L LING for one hundred slaty acres each,
) warranted ccnuine. Persons wanting
lands will find it to their interest to call early,
as they will be sold very low.
UKK, UUKt K iA.BHVat.us
Oct. 23d 1848.
William Luce& Robert to. V.
Kercheval, lately trading un
der the name and style ' of
Wm. Luce & Co.,
Harvey Adams, defendant.
'J1HE SHERIFF having returned that the
JS above defendant cannot be found in this
county ; it is ordered by tbe court that said de
fendant and all persons interested be notified that
the plaintiffs have recovered judgment against
the i uteres! of said defendant in the following
real estate, viz: 145 acres part N. 1-2 S. 11,
T. 54, K. 2 west- 80 acres W. 1-2 S. W. sect.
10, T.54, R.2 W.- 40 acres N.E. S. W. sect.
11, T. 54, R. 2 W. 97 sixty one hundredths
acres E. 1-2 S. E. frl. sect. 28, and S. E. 1-4
of S. W. sect. 11, T. 54, R. 2 W 80 sores W
1-2 S. E. sect. 11, T. 54, R. 2 W -40 acres S.
W. N. W. sect. 12, T. 54, R. 2 W 64 three
one hundredth acres N. 1-2 N. W. frl. sect. 12,
T. 54, R. 2 W40 acres S. E. N. W. tVL
sect. 12, T.54, R.2 W., and the undivided half
of 320 acres, survev No. 2447. T. 55. R. 3 W.
and 160 acres S. E. qr. sect. 1,T 53, R 2 W,
and have issued their writ of scire facias to revive
the lien of said judgment, and that they show
cause at the next term of this court why said
judgment should not be revived, and the lien
State or Missouri,
County of Pike
I. James M Martin, clerk of the circuit court
for sai J county, certify that the foregoing is a true
copy from the records.
gVp J n testimony or which I hereto set tny
e. "I hand and affix the seal of said court at
office in Bowline Green, in said county, this
the 14th day of November, A. D. 1848.
J. M. AlAKTlN, Ulerlc.
November 20th, 1848 (n31-3w)
pVT O W at thbi "day said conphtaai file' fen '
ot sua county oi L.meti ner Stisf cegnme wrut.
an affidavit; stiting that said defendant .k t ,1
resident of this State ; It is therefor eraV,
that said Georra Gray he noUfie4 that said ew a
the circuit court her bill.for a diverce from, the" j
defendant.. Therefore the said George Gray is
hereby notified t be, and appear in said circuit1'
court, on the first dav of lh nTt "An4-H'trtai;'
thereof,' 16 be beun and held at the court hods"
in the town of Troy, in and for aid 'bouoty f'w
Lincoln, on the fifth Monday-in April next, and
answer said bill, or in de&plt Jherepf,- a decree "
will he rendered in lb nritmiwir n.imntiln to .
the prayer of said Bill. ..; ,,. .
I -- 1 Witness, Thomas G. Hutt, clerk f
Seal. said court, with the seal thereof affix-
ed, at office, hls 21st day of October. "
1848. ' 1 - THO.G: HUtT.'Cletk.''
Nicho's. P. Mi iron, Sol. for Com pit.' - r-w : a
October 30th, 1848 tf. '"v- -. :T.f ei.l ?. i
Wc are , just in receipt of a heavy stook qf;
:. Fall and matter Goods,, ,..v 1;
consisting of print, cashmeres,- alpaccas,' de J
lanes; cashmere shawls, blanket shawls; saU-i
nelts cassimeres, tweeds, blankets, blanket .
cloths; white and red flannels, comforts; hats, .,
caps, bleached and. brown domestics; drillings,;
osnaburgs, tickings ; hdlf'Js., buttons, threads, ;
buck mitts and gloves, hosiery, brushes; Also;
a good stoc'f of hardware,' queens wire,', glass-
ware, ecc. sc. we solicit our mends ana me
modating term as any house in the t1aee. i
UKK, lvtiKc. K(AMrl)lXli. '-!
Louisiana, October 30th 1848. - r , , .. :
BOOTS & SHOES. Just received and for
sale: - "-- -
200 pr. heavy brogan slioes.
50 pr'a kip and calf shoes .. ; ,
4 cases heavy boots
4 cases kip and calf boots ' !
' - 2 ? do. boys boots. Y . . ' I
A eeneral assortment of ladies.misses and chil-
drens' winter shoes, kid slippers &c.
October 30th 1848. -
10 Bbls. S. H. & N. O. Molasses'
2 bbls. Golden Syrup ' "
4,000 lbs. N. O. Sugar i "
25 bags Rio and Java Coffee ; .-
300 lbs. Leather
25 kegs Boston Nails . ,
1,000 lbs. Eagle cotton yarns;
Candies, soap, cotton batting, lead, shot.
raisins, almonds, candies, tobacco tar, sal-
eratus, pepper, allspice, loaf sugar, window
5 lass, &c, just received and offered at re
uced prices for cash or country produce. "
ORR, DUKE & CAMPBELL. '
October 30th 1848. ' " . " .
Store House for Rent.
We offer for rent the" store and ware
houses adjoining which we now occupy.''
If application is mad early they will "Be'
rented very low
LOUISIANA ritlltS ClUUUXT.
fttTfc .good fresh BUTTER, and
cJxJXJ 100 doz. Eggs wanted, for which
the highest market price will be paid by
.--' " ' HAM & ELLIS.
- Dec. 11th, 1848.
-Administrator's Sale of
IN pursuance of an order obtained from
! the county court of Pike coantv. Mis
souri, bearing date the 4th dy of the No
vember term of said court, I shall proceed
.to sell the slaves belonging to the estate of
Abner Boyd, deceased, viz: One-negro
.JVoman and two Children, to the highest
And. best bidder at public. outcry, and anc
tien, before tho court house door in Bow
.ling Green, on the FIRST DAY OF JAN
UARY next A credit of twelvemonths
'will be given, by the purchaser's giving
koud with good and sufficient security, for
the payment of the purchase money.'
t,- -. JOSEPH C. ALLISON, Admin
istrator bfihe estate of Abncr Boyd, dee'd.
Pec. lllh, 1848. ' ' (Sw) .
. M180X1C NOTICE.
The members of Perseverance Lodge No,
92. will celebrate th anniversary of M
John the Evangelist, ia Louisiana, by pro
cession. oTation. dinner, tfcc. me mem
bers of Clarksville. Bowline Gi'cen, Ashley,
Troy, New London and Hannibal Lodges,
and all transient brethren in good standing,
are respectfully invited to attend.'
JAMES L. WOODS,
H E. BLOCK,
. THEO. BETTS,
M N. ALLISOSf,
, Com. of Arrangements,
Louisiana, Nov. 22d, 1848.
2?- Seventy-Six please copy.
Notice ia hereby cven to all perrons
rnneeraed or interested in the estate of
George W- Gillaspie, deceased, that the
intraSfrned will annlv at the next Februa
ry term of the county court of Pike Conn.
tv, to make a bnal settlement oi aiu esmit
"MICHAEL JONES, Adm'r.
November 20th, 1848. (4w.)
Bacon, Hams - -Shoulders
Hemp, . , - -Lard
Butter, - - -Flaxseed,
ton foot, -
Molasses, - .
Cotton Yarn -Salt,
" G. A.
Nails, . .
Bah if eb Orriee, Dec. 11, 1848.
- - 60 to 05o per bushel.
- 20 cts per "
15 cts per do.
3 to 3 1-2 perewt.
2 a 2 1-2
3 a 31-2
$4 1-2 a 4 3-4 perewt
5o per pound.
8 to 10 do
02 l-2c per bushel.
2 to 2 1-2 per cu t
75c per bushel. '
8c per dozen. '
, 6 1-4 to 7c per lb.
9 a 10c per lb.
95cts, per bunch. .
- 45 to 50c per bushel
- 2 25 sack.
A 1-2 a 5 per lb.
5 per lb
H 1-4 per lb.
St. Loaia Market..
. Sato an at, Dec. 9th.
Flour $4,25 per bbl Wheat 75 to S5.
Corn with sks. 38. Hemp108 per Ton.
Bacon sides 3 to 3 1-2. Hams 6 to 6.
Shoulders 3 to 3 1-2. taid 6 1-2.
IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT IN VA
CATION, OCTOBER THE 26th 1848.
CnLoa L. Cbcmf (by Jonathan B. Carr her next
mend,) .lull in cnancery lor in
v. S vorce.
Beverly C. Chump.,
'''IHE complainant having heretofore filed her
Kill ftn.1,1.1 matn H.fonHatil. Aiifl nn thi ilnv
Jonathan it. Carr, for said complainant, files in
the ollice of the clerk of the circuit court ol
said county his affidavit, stating, that said de
fendant is not a resident of this State : It is
therefore ordered, that said Beverly C. Crump
be notified that said complainant has filed in the
office of the clerk aforesaid her bill in chancery
for a divorce from the bonds of matrimony by
her contracted with the said defendant. There
fore the said Beverly C. Crump is hereby noti
fied to be and appear in said circuit court, on the
first dav of the next April term thereof, to 'ue
begun and held at the court house, in the town
of Troy, in and for said county of Lincoln, on
the filth Momlty in April next, and answer said
bill, or, lu delault thereof, a decree will be ren
dered in the premises agreeubly to the prayer
of said bill.
( ---1 In witness whereof I, Thomas G.
Seal. Unit, clerk of said circuit court here-
( v ) to sign my na-ne and affix the seal of
said court, this 2jth day of October, 1848.
THO. G. HUTT, Clerk.
N. P. Mmon.Sol.for Compl.
. November Cth 1848. (8w)
ItT OTICE i hereby given to all persons in
JLT terested, that at the next February term
ol the county court of jfike county, 1 shall ap
ply for a-final settlement of the estate of Jesse
W Shaw, deceased. r
MARY JANE SHAW, Adm'x.
November 20th, 1848 -
ORR, DUKE & CAMPBELL.
WE are paying the highest market prices for
Produce, either iii cash or merchandize at our.
store Water street, Louisiana, Mo.
ORR, DUKE & CAMPBELL.
A ValuaMe Prairie Farm.
lying on the waters of Peno, fifteen fjaj :
miles from Louisiana, six miles firomJtilL
Bowline Green, six from Spenoerbureand ser-
en from Frankford, and two mile west of the
residence of John McCuiie, sq. . The .above
farm contains 300 acres of choice land, about 80
aeres of which are in a fine state of cultivation,
100 acres in prairie uninclosod, and the residue
in timber of a first rate quality. , On the farm
is a rood orchard, a good well, and an abundance
of stock water. Any one wishing to get a bar"
gain in a good farm, can do so hy the purchase
of the one above mentioned. . For further par
ticulars enquire of S. F. Murray, Esq., at Bow
ling Green, or of the subscriber ot the premi
ses. JOHN H. SHEPHERD, i
Nov. 6th, 1848. . . . (2m.)
11. 15. BLOCK & CO.. .
tf ater Street, Louisiana, Missouri,
HAVE now in store a fresh and large rap
ply ff . .
which thev offer at very low prices for Cash, or
in exchange for any kind of COUNTRY PRODUCE.-
- Those wishing to purchase woald do
well to examine their stock before purchasing
elsewhere. They have sow in store, at . re-
markablv low prices, a large 'stock of .-:.
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, 60 p's.
tiVi brown and bleached Domestics ; 3 Hhda.
Sntrar, 50'saoks Coffee; Spanish Leather: Nails,
Tar, Mackeral, 50 barrels Whiskey; Brandy;
tV ine, Molasses, Clothing, &c. &C.
October 9th 1848. tf
Noticb is hereby given to all persons inte
rested, that at the next February term of tha
county court of Pike county, I shall apply for a
final settlement of the estate of Aaron Holland,
deceased. ROGER HOLLAND, Adm'r.
November 20th, 1848 . xy.'
STOVES. We have just received froai St
Louis' a lot ' of Parlor,' Cooking and Bex
STOVES, which we will sell at very low price
. - C. JACKSON & BRO, -Ocf.-23d