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There are crises in life, distinct and vivid,1
on which we can look back and feel that
thej have coloured our whole destiny.
Who can say, but that tor one year, one
week, one day, how different would all have
been? Silently, unconsciously, are we
wept on towards those moments which lie
like bills, placed here and there, from whose
top we can see our own life, like a panora
ma, stretched out before us, and know that
but for such and such events we should not
have felt and been as we are. Chance, fa
tality, are the words on the lips of the wise,
Eroudman, in explanation of tlis; but the
umble, loving spirit lonks higher for the
unveiling of those marvels which surpass
Atw Cottnftr. The citizens or a por
tion of Madison, Wayne and Reynolds conn
ties, recently appointed a committee to de
aionate the limits and boundary of a new
connty to be formed out of the three conn
ties, and where ther conjoin. The peti
tion will be presented at the next session of
the Legislature. frotpect.
We learn from a gentleman who came
to Cairo on the Gen. Lafayette, the steam
er Wyandotte, on her down ward trip, in at
tempting to land some passengers, struck a
snag and sunk to her hurricane roof, drown
ing? twentv-five or thirty persons. The
particulars, as far as we have been able to
learn them, were as follows. The Wyan
dotte Lad on board a large number of deck
passengers, who, when nearly opposite My
Wife's Island.' commenced quarrelling, and
the boat was landing for the purpose of set
ting them ashore, when the accident occur
red. We have not been able to learn the
names of any of the peisons drowned, but
sunnose them to be mostly deck passengers.
The freight and boat are an entire loss.
or. Louis Union.
- m . .
TnTICE is herebv given to ail persons in
fl tretI. that at the nest February term
r t. ornintv court of Pike county, I ahall ap-
. . rr a final settlement 01 ine omc m w
H. Sturgeon, deceased. ' ,
- WILLIAM K. 551 UttUtVJ, Aam r.
November 20lh, 1848.
v -rfiTirr ;. hrlv riven to all oerson in
trptil. that at the next February term
of the county court of Tike county, I shall ap-
ply for a final settlement 01 me eaie m
jraret Slurgeon, deceased. , , ,
WILLIAM K. STURGEON, Adm'r.
November 20th, 1848. .
U D .
To the People of Pike)
At Bellville, 111., a town 13 miles from St
LouU, 400 packages of Da. Sto a Ca
were sold in three month.; end the agent re
ceived the following certificate from a large num-
,tt of p-rons who used U.
BdlvilUSt. Clair Co. March, 14, 1847.
W- lh nndersiirned. cilisena of Bellville, St.
Clair County, 111., having used the mtdicine P. C A It R
known a. Dr. Norm a dc. f' w-rnvNElT AT LAW,
Diseases ol me lireasi ana i.u..B-,. - XJn- 7J:ii Pike countv. Mo,
commend it to the public a. a sale and agreeable gj- AddressPrameville, Pike county, flio,
-v tTmn -a f J
C. J . tUJV 1 E, Mtinoam
Wm. M. Coffee,
ronnacllar at Lav
JIw .ni to anvbuiiiiass that!
Iflljli UtUUllPill " ... I
m9 h. entrusted to hi care. He will practice
in Warren and the adjoining
Jf- Office in YYarrenton, mo.
UsTMAIL DAILY LINE 0FPACKTS"
November 8th 1847.
K.T.r r herebv iriven to all persons inte
itMl that at the next Febru irv term of the
,.,fv mutt .!' Pike countv. I shall apply for a
: V., . . .. ' iiT. ii
final aetUement oi tne estate oi Aaron ""-
deceased. ROGER HOLLAND, Adm'r.
November 20th, 1848
"aVTOTICE is herebv eiven to all persous in-
ny terested. that at the next February term
or the county court of Pike county, I shall ap-
ply for a final settlement oi me estate oi
W Shaw, deceased. -
MAKY JAftfcMlAH.Aam x
November 20lh, 1848
A Gold Mine is said to have been discov
ered on the lands of G. S. Allison, in North
Haverstraw, N. Y. The ore yields three
fifth gold and two-fifths silver, each ton of
ore producing one hundred dollars worth of
S3" 'Tom, I fear you are forgetting me,'
said a bright-eyed girl to her lover the oth
er day. Yes, Mary, I've been for getting
you these six months.
3" Brigadier General Twiggs has been
appointed to the command of this Depart
meni, in piace oi uenerai itearny, aeceas
ed, .and a considerabld number of troops
have been ordered to Jefferson Barracks, to
await the instructions of Gen. Taylor
St. Louis Rtv.
L. B. CABAUNE, Merchant,
O. 3. RAPIER, . . n '
W. S. FLEMING, Ed. Belhill Demorat,
And many others too numerous to mention
For Clarksville, Louisiana, Hannibal, iV1
rion City, putney, LagrangttiTUy.)
Alexandria, fVartavo and Keokuk. r !
The new and light-dranght paatenger steamen,
LUCY BKTKAai, Uhas. uzak, raster,
KATE KEARNEY, Jab. Wbitbit, JUaster. ;
Will run reeularly to the above named norta .
leaving St. Louis every afternoon, at 5 o'clock, ,
except on Sunday, and Quincy every morning, ;
at 9 o'clock, except Tuesday. Their apeed and
comiori oi accommouanun, iur passcngera, caa
. . i , - - i .
not De surpasseu oy any ooais in ine traue.
E. G. McQUIE,
EALER in Dry Goods, Groceries, READY Promptness of arriving and departing will be-
MADE CLUiniwti, rrouuee c.
Joseph D. Withers,
I f co and all other Produce conaigned to
lum. S3 Office on vine, between firat and aec-
JEWELRY, FAMILY GROCERIES,
WINES & CIGARS.
W. li. SaEMfEwT at. CO,
Having changed their buai
nesa, now offer for sale,
St. Louis price, a full as
sortment of JEWELRY,
mourning do. .
full aett do.
sett and plain gold Ringa,
Evening hair Pins,
Plain and aett Ear Rings,
Plain and aett Slides,
Fine Gold Pencils.
GenU. Plain & Fancy Breaat Pins,
do Silver Pencils with stone setts,
Rodcer'a Coneresa Kmvca,
do do silver ateel Rasora,
Fancy & Plain Studa,
Fine Gold Pens & holders,
Ancor Leaver Watches,
Also, a well selected atock of Fanilt Go
cmn. and Muskat. Port. Claret and Madna
WINKS, and a Iaree lot ol fteffam, mneipee.
Havana & Cuba CIGARS, to which they woulf
invite the attention of purchasers.
W. K. KENNEDY CO.,
Water Street. Louisiana, Mo,
N. B. Clocks, Watches and JewelTy repair-
ed at the shortest notice. V . K. v.
Corner of Main and South Carolina Streets,
We have thoueht it unnecessary to offer cer
r :i:..M.,nl In all pases, as DUr
chasers are unable to inform themselves ofthe
.ini nr most of the sieners. The
Mata w - -.V
following, however, is from a well known cm-
. . . vat fit n umm
sen or St. Louis, mo., resiaense no.
street two dollars below Cherry:
. v fx sl-J. ma wla !
Ice known as Vr. Storms ncoicn conga ,wj.
And in diong ao, I am actuated by a aesire to
hnnt nthrs who mav be suffering. My wife
waa laborinr under a aevere cough for a long
. . . . . - ; . In..
time, which tnreatenea aerious iniuy.
having tried many otner remeaieatonc purpose,
Storm's Coneh Can-
. "TV... j r-. . -:, f.., .!hrt-lth accommodation ol
aJ ,u.r"cJu.' . r.r-S Fnr effort will be made
SL fcftianr.ano ju ei -- i .
ly relieved, and now enjoy a good health. My j may call
servant was also afflicted with a aevere breaatjproprietoi
.wonnioint. nd she exneriencea aimosiimmeai-i o iucm
wuifi. ---- --r
ate relief lrom me use m iiui iruij
No. 210 .Vain Street
ST. Louis. Miv 4, 1847.
The action of Dr. Storm'a Scotch Cough Can
tifrrs vervmateriallv from anv other com
pound ever invented. It not only allay a Bron
chial Irritation, but operating aa a very
strictlv observed, and tneir officers will apare
I no paina to promote the comfort of passengers,
and the interest of shippers. For freight et
I passage, apply onboard, or to -
K. r. SAss, Agent, 1 1 commercial si.
GENERAl. COMMISSION MERCHANT, Regular Packet.
ILL make liberal advancea upon Tobac- For Clarksville, Louisiana, Hannibal,
Morton Lily, yttincy, Lagrange July,
J " !j-a 1
purge, it keeps the stomach and bowels in alw" .
healthy condition, leaving the patient an appetite! Z IInlorntl
.hih four other Tonrh Mixtures could impart. tJ. U Ill-iIUU SUllj
Wen have HA tinniition to iniure the inventor! a i-rnBNP.Y AT LAW. CLaaasviLLK, Mo
of any particular medicine, but in justice to thel mj ILL promptly attend to any business that
world, we will give it aa our honest opinion,! may be entrusted to hia care.
formed by the observationa oi eleven years ini Clarksville, May aa, ion.
draughts of nauseous liquid Compounds takrn I Ieil,
inio the sfomaeh from time to time mVMt hart ol . , tv f.m
tendency to destroy Ike healthy tone of that tital " f tuend tiall businea. entrusted will run aa a regular packet to the above and
HIGHLY IMPORTANT NEWS FROM
. . The following extract of a letter is from
very respectable mercantile house, dated
Washington, Rappahannock Co. Va., )
May 26, 1846.
Pr. D. Jatnb Dear Sir: Our Mr. Jones
has been in a very bad state of health for
more than a year; he has had the benefit of
the best medical advice our country affords,
and also visited your city during last sum
mer, but found no relief. On the 15th of
April last, we purchased half dozen bottles
off your Tonic Vermifuge, and half dozen
boxes of Sanative Pills. . Through care
lessness in packing the articles in a dry
groods box, one half the Vermifuge was
broken. Mr. Jones commenced with the
Pills, and after taking few doses, felt a
decided improvement. The three bottles
of Vermifuge, which came safe to hand,
brought from him, he thinks, not less than
one thousand worms, and perhaps many
more. He is now in better health than he
has been in for years, and we hone a few
snore bottles of your Vermifuge and Pills,
will effect a permanent cure. All out phy
sicians have entirely mistaken hia case-
Prof. Samuel Jackson, of your city, at the
bead. - Mr. Jones is most anxious to get
more of your fills and Yermifuee as soon
Respectfully, J. B. Jones & Co.
- Prepared only by Dr. D. Jayne, Pliila
delphia, and sold on agency by
H. E. BLOCK & CO.,
1 - Louisiana, Mo.
Wm. H. ROBINSON'S
Men tut Beys1 Clethiag aa raralsa
mHE subscriber would respectfully aa
V nonnp to his friends and the nublic ren-
eralir. that he has now on hand, and will con-
inue to keep, a urge ana weu assonea nocn
Ready -Made Clothing,
embracing every article worn by men or boys
They consist, in part, oi
Coats, rants, Vests, vrawers, sains, sua.
penders, Hata & Cap, Boots &, Shoes,
Socks, Gloves, Pocket & Neck
Hdkfa. &c. Sic.
Also, a variety of Pocket Knives, Razors and
Strops, Kidme and Wagon nnips, saddle Bars
cloth and hair Brushes, Trunks, Carpet Ban,
Umbrellas, and many other articles too tedious
to mention, which was bought for Cash and will
be sold for the aame aa low if not lower than
they can be had above St. Louis.
Havinar the experience of 10 or 12 yeara in
the clothing buainess, be flatters himself that as
regarda style, quality or making, hia stock can
not be surpassed; ana as ior prices tney snail
not prevent a man from dressing himself, for
aln determined not to be undersold by any one.
Persons visiting this place, wishing any article
in my line, willnot lose anything by calling in
one door west of E. U. Mctuie's, ueorgia at
Louisiana, Mo. WM. H. ROBINSON.
Sept. 1 1th 1848. ' 3m.
:. raalie Alaaialstratar Notice.
: Nonce is hereby eiven, to all creditors and
others interested in the estate of Jamea McEl
wse, deceased, that the undersigned aa Public
A leuaiatralor for the county of Pike, and by
virtue of an order of the county court for said
oanty, made on the ninth day of November,
1848, his taken possession of the estate of said
deceased, and requests all those having claims
aAinstaai(i estate to exhibit the aame for allow
anea witnin one year lrom the above date, or
they miy be precluded from having any benefit
of said estate, and if not presented within three
years tney win ne forever oarrea.
- , H.G. EDWARDS,
Pablio Adm'r. for Pike county.
November 20th 1848. (31-3w)
LA.YD WARRANTS FOR SALE.
4ft ALLIN6 for one hundred si xty acres each,
J -, warranted", genuine, fersons wanting
lonis will find it to their interest to call early,;
IMPROVED DIAMOND STEEL CART
Manufactured at Tally, No.
THE subscribers has been appointed agent
for the above celebrated and superior
ploughs, and now has on hand, at the ware
house of ti. r.. Block & Co.,
50 two horse Ploughs,
25 one horse do.
As these Ploughs are beconnna ex ten
sively known and used in this section
country, the subscriber deems it nnneces
sary to say much with regard to them.
1 he 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.
AH orders fur these ploughs addressed to
r. Morrow, agent, Tully, Mo., will meet
with prompt attention.
JNU. M. McPIKE, Agent.
Louisiana, Sept. 1Kb, 1848. (n22ora.
Alexandria, Warsaw and Keokuk.
The new and eleirant passenarer steamer ED
WARD BATES, N. Cameron Master, will run
as a regular packet during the season belweea
St. Louis and Keokuk.
Leaves St. Louis every Tuesday and Fri-
ln. .lH.. llAllK,dll.nl,in I...,. V.
THIS HOTEL, formerly known as evervSundaTind Thursday mornin. at 0
the Missouri House, is now open 'or Lclock,and arrive at St. Louis aame afternoon.
boarder and travellers. The DVARD BATES has been ex.
to render tnose wuu . f . . . , .hinner.
j'- rw.W.- .nri the i " " ' 7 r '
at Auurmuuu- vu....--, -- d passengers may rely upon her continns
Dec. 6th 1847.
. aa a m
regularity oi ner trips ana times ol arriving
land departing. Passengers and freight will
ALBERT NKWBERBi. Ibe received or landed any where on the riv-
No. 19. Main Street, St. Louis, Missouri er, and all signals will be attended to with-
HAS CVJVS lviJ i " "j put extra cnarge.
ou-n Manufacturing, a Wholesale and Retaill n j, 10ped t,at fcT itrjct attention to the
supply or iijuanu 71 interest oi snippers ana passengers she will
jreaWrtCTOrf. of the patronage
mild er article, tn . - r heretofore so liberally bestowed on ether
boats under the command of Neil Camroa
For freight or passage, apply on board.
For Clarksville, Louisiana. HannibaT.
Marion City, Quincy, Lagrange, Tully,
Alexandria, Warsaw and Keokuk.
The light draught and fast running passenger
ti Mo. Reamer OCEAN WAVE, B. Able, master,
orren'o the human system.
SkT- .....l. v;.ni:nn n knriri1mintlhMilsetOblS Care.
11U ,UVII UUJ ttilltl ft-- P
of this valuable Medicated Candy, for Sugar isa-
greeable both to the palate and stomach, and wa
all intermediate ports, leaving St. Louis every
i uesuay ana r riday, at 4 o clock, bhe havir.g
been thoroughly painted and refuted ia now
equal in comfort and accommodation for passen
gers, to any boat in the trade.
t or freight or passengers, apply on board.
Sept. 25th, 1848.
L nil ia itt n . Kfn .
Reimlarlv attends the Circuit Courts of Pike TUic n i , ...
ror Axency, oirecteo to messrs. j. n. dar- , - -, a,,,jum,(mn,m ffiT nouse is sun op
M A H n h RRO.. General Agents. No. 140 Main! R"' Lincoln n and VmnJ- fiil forthe accommodation of the travr.lin.
street, St. Louis, Mo., will meet with prompt! mr t Xf :nnT, community. The proprietor, grateful for the
attention. I , liberal patronage he has so long received, nopee
8" For sale by Druzeists eenerally. It may I ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowliso-Ubiiw.HIp by consUnt attention to the wanU of Lis euat,
also be obtained of any respectable country mer- Office intheCourt House. mers, to merit a continuance of the aame. He
chant in the south or West. I - 1 I promises that lis table shall at all times be aut
S. F. Murray,
Lntl hciieva thatthia orenaration will do all ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowline Green, Mo,
that medicine can do towards the relief of per-1 Will promptly attend to any businesa thatmay
sona suffering with uolla, lougns, moncnuis, entrusted to his care,
4.,l.. Dl...lii, rfli l.imin Pain in the Siital
nswillia, ricvu.i - f ' I j mr -m . m
and Breast, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness, f. KOrtCr.
and all other symptoms oi consumption. 4TT0RXEYAT LA W, Bovlhr-Green. Mo.
VTB a..A eMH iha i oiinitv nv flnnnnaiinnai" :
J VrutTiV IIUIH use vwuiiviji a j'f.,..w.i"
for Arencv. directed to Messrs. J. H. BA R-
STr-To avoid counUrfeits, our readers would jJCHEAP CASH BOOK STOREJ p;ied wilhthe best that the country can afford;
do well to inquire for Dr. STORM'S SCO rCHl J . II A L S A L I. . ni that particnlar attention ahall be riven to hia
COUGH CANDY, prepared by Hamilton Wade,
WHOLESALE and Retail Bookseller and
St. Louis, whose written aignature ia on the f f Stationer, No. 124, Main Street, Saint
wrapper. I Louis, Mo., keeps on hanu a splendid assortment
TrA liberal deduction made to cowJry dealers. r
Marcn loin, 1010. to w.
His prices are as follows:
Board by the day,
SPUING AND SUMMER CAMPAIGN
FRESH SUPPLIES TO SUIT ALL
r BJ1HE subscriber has just replenished hia al
1 ready large supply of READY MADE
CLOTHING, consisting in part of dress, Irock
and buainess cloth coats; black and figured
casimere pants; superior black satin vests; silk,
beaver and neutria hata ; shoes and boots. He
has also a large variety of linnen and tweed
sack, frock and business coata; linnen and
tweed pants; aummer vests, shirts and drawera.
together with a rood aupply ol UK r uuuvs
AMD GROCERIES, to auit the season. All
of which he will sell aa low aa the times will
possibly admit, for Cash, country produce, or
to punctual customers on time.
To dress yourseir from top to toe
Right down to my house you should g,
For, to you bargaina ahall be sold
For country produce or for gold.
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 hia line of business.
Books louna in the best manner.
Call and examine No. 124, Main Street,
SPRING AND SUMMER.
NEW FIRM IT THE OLD ST1NB.
JO US B. MABKLkT. Ji. CLABKtOH
MARKLEV & CLARKSON,
AV1NG purchased the stock of Samuel E,
Allen, are now manufacturing every de
Mcription of Boots and Shoes at the old stand of
New nam & Allen. They will keep every va
riety oi Hoots and Mioes, shoe findings, sole and
upper leather, Philadelphia calf akins, pegs &c.
Stc, and beg to assure all who may favor them
.i .l . .i .
for man and horse.
single meals, -
for man and horse, -
two meals - -
by the. week
fur horse per day
Persons wishing to go to any point inithe
eounty, can be accommodated with a hack.
or single horses at reasonable prices.
or the benent oi strangers he will say that
Foulka' Hotel ia aituated on Third Street, one
door aouth of Baird's hotel and immediately op
posite the Academy. JOHN FOULKS Sr.
INov.the zyih, 1847.
Monship of any made in the county. A "rn" N. .v,ew ?r the inconveniences to which ia-
I 1 dividuala and the public senerallv have bacn
WAGONS The subscribers have for sale
five well built U. S. Wagons, well
adapted to-farming purposes.
flfE are now receiving a large and well a
f f sorted stock of Goods, suitable for the
season, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Q,ucenswarc, &c, &c.,
which we will sell at very low prices for
I T 3 T , .
oasn or rrouuee. reraona wisiung to pur
chase Goods will please give us a call be
C. JACKSON & BRO.
Having in their employ the best Boot maker uhjected, for the want of proper conveyances
in the county, they confidently solicit and ex
pectto receive a liberal ahare ol patronage.
to, and from, our city, the subscriber has
been encouraged to establish in Louisiana, a,
eastern Boots, Shoes and Family Groceries.
MARKLEY & CLARKSON.
Louisiana, June 10th 1848. 10 tf.
TAYNE'S EXPECTORANT. Jayne'a Ton
ic Vermifuge, Jayne'a Carminative Balsam.
Jayne's Sanative Pills, Jayne'a Alterative,
Jay no's Hair Tonic, Jayne's American liair
Uye, Jayne's Ague Pills. .
All the above medicines are prepared
onlv bv Dr. David Javna.PhiladAlnhia. mnA
Fill I Sftttlftment. for sale by H. E. Block & Co.. Louisiana
Notice is hereby given to all persons Md W "ley, Mo.
concerned or interested in the estate of LOTIUNG. The subscribers have aided
beorge W. uillaspie, deceased, that the, V to their atock or merchandise a good aasort
undersigned will apply at the next Februa-ment of axanv ma or CLoramc, which we will
ry terra of the county court of Pike Coua-i"" Iow M the cloth can be had out of which
tv. to make a final settlement of said estate. I" are maor.
Thill .U lr.n n k.ni . j .r n immense outlay of " tail and fridMin."
j uuwi won Buppuea wiin riorses, Bug
giea and Hacks. They flatter themselves by
keeping constatly on hand, and well ruSbed, hor
ses of all gates and colors, auited both to the
aaddle and harness, that they will receive a gen
erous support from community. Business oen,
and pleasuring men, ss well as the travelling
community, can at any time be supplied with
aingle horses, bureies. or hanla. K. Mn:.. .
their atablea, between Georgia and South Caro
, It ia alao hia design to run an accmamoda
tion hack to all the Bowling-Green courts, and
neighborhood meetings, to which four or five
pasaengera can be obtained. His prices shall
be as low as the lowest, .
C. JACKSON & BRO.
H. W. P. WOOTEN.
(1 TOVES.TWe have just received from St
rnJ&T aJotuof Pr' Cookin?
STOVES, which we will sell at verylow prices
at mey win oe sow very row.
ORR, DUKE & CAMPBELL.
C. JALKSUN tX una.
November 20th, 1848. (4w.)
Oct. 23d, 1848.