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ticeof the public, the 1"$" mZro, JudUhBilbro, Smith McGinnir and oth
tbe last will end testament of Gen. J'L .rs j ifcaU on thc 2( ,layof April next, between
on, inai me preiiuimorj oic j ,e lours cf 9 0 clock in the lorenoon ana a o -ken
to carry out the patriotic intention of, jthe afternocn.and while the circuit court
the old Hero:
"The gold box presented to me by thecorpor
lion of the city of New York, the large silvei
.:nn r.r i. si', r vnrt. inn lare silver,
vase presented to me by the la-lies of Charles-'from the day of sale till paid, the following de
ton, S. C., my native State, with the large pic- scribed real estate, lying in the counties of Pike
.r. nrMniinf ili nnl'iirlino- of the Ameri- and Lincoln, beeirniinir at the N- W. corner of
can banner, presented to me by the citizens of
South Carolina, when it was relusci to ue ac
cepted by the United States Senate. I leave in
triict tn mtr tnn. A. Jlkolcson. ir.. with directions
th hnnM mir hnnnv coiintrv not b. blessed
with peace an event not always to be expected 30 o E. distant 32 links, and a VV. O. 8 inches
he will at the close of the war, or end of the'diameter, old marked, bears N. 42 W. distant
conflict, nresent each of said articles of inesti- l(j links, runnin? Ilieiue S. 61 W. 120 chains
mable value to that patriot residing in the city to a post from which a W. 0. 14 inches diameter,
or State from which they were presented whojold marked, bears N. 59 s W. distant 20 links,
aTtatl h aHIn.Wd bv his count rvmen or the la-'thence S. 29 9 E. with the old marked line 20
dies tn have been the most valiant in. defence of;
hin nmintrv anil our country's richts.
National Characteristics. Germany
has produced clocks, gliost-atories and
Russia, mad emperors and hemp.
Africa, ivory and ebony blacks.
England, roast beef, puddings, beer and
The United States, constitutions and
For the approaching Spring, I am manu
facturing the largest and most splendid as
Ever offered by any house. It will be be
yond description !
The Wholesale and Befall Trade
of the past year so far exceeded my expec
tations, that it was a matter of impossibili
ty for me to supply the great demand !
FOR THE APPROACHING SEA
SON, I feel confident in asserting that I
will be enabled to supply . the demand of
the entire West.
THE TRFMENDOCS AMOCNT OF
That I am doing, and entirely upon the
cash principal, enables me to manufacture
Goods at far less prices than any other con
cern; and I am determined to
SELL THEM AT A SMALL PROFIT!!
So as to make it an object for every Conn
try Merchant to invest his cash capital in
Clothing, as it will FAY law a better prof
it, MEET with quicker sales, and LEAVE
no remnants to loose on. J ly Stork this
Spring has been manufactured entirely dif
ferent from any previous one. I have de
voted my whole time and attention to it, as
my brother, Charles G. Martin, attends to
the St. Louis establishment. My styles
and patterns have all been selected with
great care, and all rich and beautiful. All
I ask is the pleasure of a call, when I tin
confident that you cannot fail being pleas
ed with my
8TFL.ES, patterns aisd prices.
Merchants who are in the habit of tra
ding East, and those bound for California.
will find, by looking through my stock, that
they can buy cheaper than can be bought
in the Eastern markets, and save thereby
expenses of going, coming, transportation,
My stock this season is, and will be tre
mendously large, and I am determined to
close it off with the season.
All bills warranted to be packed correct
ly sizes and goods guaranteed to be per
I bavc BUT
IH THE CITY. 'TIS
No. 118 Main Street,
SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI.
A large No. 118 on top the house.
MX Orden packed at the lowest Cash Prices.
John T. Martin.
TN accordance with the will of John Mackev.
X deceased, I shall, on the first day of the next
April term of the Circuit Court for Pike Co., sell
to the highest bidder at public auction, before
the Court House door in Bowling Green, on a
credit of 12 months, the following describe! re
al estate in said county, to wit: The W. 1-2 of
the S. E. qr. of sec. 18 T. 53 R. 1 East, con
taining SO acres, also the K. 1-2 of the N. W.
qr. of sec .'19 T. 53 R. 1 East, containing 80 a
cres also one lot in the town of Clarksville, in
said county, known as lot No. 128, on the plat
oi saia town.
JAMES A. MACKEY, Ex'r.
February 19th, 1849. (n44-6w)
Justice H. W. P. Wootten will hold a
Law Day in Louisiana, on Saturday, the
7th day of April next.
ttV i-JrSip nf nn firdpr f the Pike Circuit
- - - r -(he pctition of James
for said county is in session, offer for sale, on a
- credit of one and two years, in equal payment.
the List navmem to Dear interest ai ma uci wm,
the Spanish Grant, purchased by William Shaw,
deceased, of the trustees of H. C. Simmons, hy
deed, bearing date the 4th Augusi, 1834, on Cel.
Coles' west line, at a post from which a white
'oak 45 inches ill diameter, old marked, bears S,
chains to a post, from which a B. O. 6 inches di-
ameter bear S. 54 W. distant 14 links, and a
VV. C). 3 inches diameter, bears S. 47 E. di-
tant 14 links, also a V. 0. 3 inches diameter S.
30 E. distant 12 links, thence N. 61 E.a new
line 27 chains and 50 links to a post, fiom which
a W. 0. 10 inches diameter bears S. iW I-Z t
distant 24 links, and a XV. O. 14 inches diame
ter bears S. 5 1-2 XV. distant 31 links, thence
N. 83 1-2 E. a new line 47 chains to a stone,
from which a hickory 3 inches diameter bears
S. 70 9 E. distant lb' links, and a hickory 2 inch
es diameter bears S- 28 XV. distant II links,
thence S. 45 9 E. 9 chains and 50 links to a post
on the east bank of the creek, from which a
sycamore 8 inches diameter bears S. 36 W.
distant 17 links, thence S. 17 XV. 19 chains to
cotton tree near the creek on the old line, from
which cotton tree a black walnut 6 inches in di
ameter bears S. 88 9 E. distant 22 links, and a
plum 5 inches diameter bears S. 61 9 W. dis
tant 24 links, (the creek is intended lor the two
last lines, ) thence N. 61 9 E. with the claim line
1 1 chains to a post in the IN. Si a. section line,
between sections IS o. I at 2 of lownsiup xso.
51, in ranee No. 2 west thence with said sec-
tisn line due south 3 chains to a post in Wullan-
phy's line, thence with his line N.bl s t Jb
chains and 75 links, to his N. E. corner thence
with his west easterly line S. 29 9 E. 7 chains
Mnd 50 links, to iB.O.6 inches in diameter,
(oeing established for Mary Strange.) from
which black oak, a black oak 15 inches in diam
eter bears N. 6 9 E. distant 19 links, ai.d a hirk-
nry 8 inches in diameter bears S. 59 1-2 9 W.
distant 43 links thence with said Strange' line
N. 61 9 E. 24 chains and 12 links, to a black
oak 10 inches diameter in Col. Coles' line, from
which a post oak 8 inches in diameter bears
south distant 23 links, and a B. 0. 12 inches di
ameter bears S. 42 9 VV. distant 27 links thence
with Coles' line N. 29 9 W. 71 chains and 20
links to the place of beeinninpr, containing 526
Sheriff P. C.
BY virtue of a certain writ of fieri facius
issued by the clerk of the circuit court of
Pike county, and dated r ebruary 21st 1849,
in favor of James U. oroadhead, assignee
of John Adams, plaintiff, and against James
M. Hudson, defendant, and to me directed.
I have levied upon the following described
real estate, situated in the County of Pike
and State of Missouri, as the property of
the said defendant, to wit. 100 acres more
or less, bounded as follows, to wit : coin
mencing at the east corner of stirvay 1759,
known as the Marie claim, from a post run
ning 42 " W. 64 rods to a post en the
bank of a creek, from which a black oak
12 inches in diameter bears S. 45 east
distant 23 links, thence S. 150 rods to
stone corner, thence N.65 east 177 poles
to a post on a mound, and to the line of said
survey, thence N. 48 west 150 rods and 6
links to the beginning also, the south half
of the fractional quarter of ection No. 1,
and the west half of the N. E. fractional
quarter of section No. 12, all in Township
no. oz n. k. sao. west, and shall sell the
same for cash in hand, to the highest bid
der, before the court house door in Bow
ling Green, in said county, on the 5th dav
of April next, between the hours of 9 in the
forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of
said day, and during the term of the circuit
court for said county, to satisfy said writ and
M. GIVENS, Sheriff P. C
Feb. 26th 1849. 4w
IN virtue and by authority of a snecia
writ of execution, issued from the office of
the cletk of the Pike circuit court, in fa
vor of Aylette H. Buckner and Simeon P,
Robinson, and against Eustace H. Rhodes,
I have levied upon and seized the following
described piece of land lying in said coun
ty, viz: the east half of the Southwest or
of sec. 2, T. 53 R. 6 west, containing 80
acres, and will, on the 3d day of April next,
before the court house door in the town of
Bowline Green, between the hours of 9
and 5 o'clock of said day, and while the jl?,e dale of ,aiJ ,e,,crft or they may be preclud
circuit court of said countv is in session. ed from havi"ff be.nefit of ,aid e,talfi- nd if
offer said tract of land for sale. for cash
hand, to the highest bidder, to satisfy said
writ of PTernlmn Ami rn.t.
Sheriff P. C.
Feb. 26lh 1849.
BY authority of a special writ of execu
tion, issued from the office of the clerk of
the Pike circuit court, in favor of Jaws D.
Tisdale and Nathan Vannoy, vs. Jesse
Shepherd, administrator of Wm. Shaw, de
ceased, I have levied upon and seized the
j , . . , . ,
ro P 9 IT.. An
ar .1 " r J ? , ' .
offer the same for sale, for ready money, to
the hiffhest bidder, before the court liQuse
door in Bowline Green, on the 3d day of
Anril npvt. between the hours of 9 and 5
o'clock of said day, and while the said cir
cuit court is in session, to satisfy said exe
cution and costs.
Sheriff P. C.
Feb. 26th 1849.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF
BV virtue and authority of an execution
issued by the clerk of the circuit court and
for the county of Pike, in favor of Chau
vette E. A. Du Brie!, and against Michael
Leeper, and to me directed, I have leviea
upon & seized all the right, title and inter
est of the said Michael Leeper of in and
to the following real estate, to wit: being a
certain tract or parcel of land which said
Leeper purchased of and from said Du
Briel, and being a part of the Northeast
quarter of section 33 T. 54 N. R. 1 West,
containing 80 acres more or less, and situ
ated and being in the county of Pike in the
State of Missoliri, and will expose the
same to sale at public auction, before the
court house door in the town of Bowling
Green, in the said county of Pike, on the
4th day of April 1849, during the term of
the said Circuit Court for said county, be
tween the hours of 9 o'clock in the fore
noon and 6 o'clock in the afternoor of said
day, for ready money, to satisfy said exe
cution and all costs. M. GIVENS,
Sheriff P. C.
Feb. 26th 1849. 4w
BY order of the Pike Circuit Court, in
the matter of the petition of Wesley B.
Trower and others, vs. John Slavens and
others,! shall, on the 3d day of April next,
between the hours of 9 and 5 o clock of.
said day, during the term of the Pike cir
cuit court, offer for sale, to the Inchest bid
der, on a credit of twelve months, the fol
lowing described real estate, to wit: Lots
No. 27, 28 and 29, in the town of Ashley,
each lot being 60 feet on Oak Street, by 90
feetback also, the N. W. end of lot No.
OR k;n fin r An Oolr Ql.aat Bn1 A V
feet on Fulton Street. The purchaser will
be required to give bond and good securi
ty. M. GIVENS,
Sheritt Y. V.
Feb. 26th 1849. 4w.
BY order of the Pike Circuit Court, in
the ma ter of the petition of the heirs of
Abner Bovd. deceased. I shall offer for
sale, to the highest bidder, on a credit of i
12 months, on the 3d day of April next, be-
fore the Court House door in Bowling
Green, and between the hours of 9 and 5l
o'clock of said day, and during the term of,
the fike Circuit Court, the following de-j
scribed real estate lying in said county oil
Pike, to wit: The East half N. K or. sec.
28. T. 53 R. 1 West, containing 80 acres.
also, the Southwest qr. N. E. qr. te.WVHKJH' c;.. HOUA XTUMKJ
34, T. 53 R. 1 West, containing 40 acres;
the S. W. qr. S. W. nr. sec 22 T. 53 R. 1
West, containing 40 acres, and lot 198, in
the town of Bowling Green.
Sheriff P. C.
Feb. 26lh 1849. 4w
SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. !
BY virtue and authority of an order ofi"
the countv court of Pike county, in the na
ture of a special Jieri facias, dated on the
4th dav of February 1849, and to me di
rected, I have levied upon and shall on the
5th day of April next, between the hours of
9 o clock in the forenoon and 5 o clock in
the afternoon, and during the term of the
next Circuit Court for said county, proceed
to sell, for cash in hand, the following de
sciibed real estate, lying and being situat
ed in said county, to wit: the tract of land
on which Samuel Nalley now resides, con
taining 297 acres more or less, and bound
ed by the lands of Austin Beasley on the
north, hy lands of W. G. Meriwether's
heirs on the south, by lands of Strother J.
McGinnis on the east, and by lands of Hen
ry J. Pollard on the west, to satisfy the
debt in said order mentioned, and costs.
Sheriff P. C.
Feb 20th 1849. 4w
NOTICE is hereby given to all crditors and
others interested in the estate of Wm. H.
Robinson, dee'd., that the undersigned have ob
tained from the Clerk' of the county court of
Pike county, letters of administration on said
estate, bearing date the 21st day of February
1849: All persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present the same,
properjy authenticated, within one year from
inlnot Pres.e,lteU ." u,ree ea" ly will be
frever wro;;.ft MAmfIPv
J.U.: b- "Ail.KLLY
Feb. 26, 1819.
10 Bb. S. II. & N. O. Molasses
2 bbls. Golden Syrup
4,000 lbs. N. O. Sugar
23 bags Rio and Java Coffee
300 lbs. Leather
25 kegs Boston Nails
1,000 lbs. Eagle cotton yarns;
Candles, soap, cotton batting, lead, shot.
i j. j. . . i '
.ii.i.iiM. BiniuuuBt banmc,, luuatcD. iar. sai-
mums, aunouus, canmes, iodbcco, tar, sal
"-;t j ..u uuerea ai re
duced prices for cash or country produce,
r ORV, DUKE k CAMPBELL
C A iiDS.
nRS. BARTLETT & BUCKS ER, having
associated themselves together in the prac
tice of Medicine and Surgery, offer their profes
sional services to the citizens of Louisiana and
JTJOffice opposite Baird's Hotel.
Feb. 5, 1849.
Wm. M. Coffee,
itinrncv and Counsellor at Law
WILL promptly attend to any businass that
mav be entrusted to bis care. He will practice
in Warren and the adjoining counties.
2J- Office in Warrenton, Mo.
May 8th, 1848. 5tf.
P. C A R R ,
ATTORNEY AT LJllV,
k TTEND3 regularly the courts of Pike
V Lincoln and St. Charles counties.
f Address Prairieville, Pike county, Mo,
November 8th 1847.
Joseph D. Withers,
GENERAL, COMMISSION MERCHANT,
St liOnis, Missouri.
W"ILL make liberal advances upon Tobac
co and all other Produce consigned to
hiin. 0 Office on vine, between first and sec
ond streets, at the "Vine Street Hotel."
No. 19, Main Street, St. Louis, Missouri
HAS COJVSTJUVLY OJV IMJVD of Am
own Manufacturing, a Wholesale and Retail
svrmlv of 1 7jV awl UUff.K rrsjnc, tinea-
Iron IVxre, STOVES, GRATES, and every oA-
er article, in that lineof 6inw,
3 Cheap for
ATTORNEV A LAW,BowLino-GaEEit,Mo.
Will promptly attend ta all business entrusted
to his care.
S. F. Murray,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowline Green, Mo.
Will prompt! attend to any business that may
be entrusted to his care.
ATTORXEY JIT LAW, Bowling-Green, Mo.
Regularly attends the Circuit Courts of Pike
Ralls, Lincoln, Warrenand Montgomery.
N. P. Minor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, BowLisc-tiascv.Mo
Office in theCourt House.
J. B. Henderson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Clabk6villc, Mo.
iLL, promptly auenu 10 any ousinessina!
nay be entrusiea to ins care.
Warksville. May Jd, I8H.
E. G. MciiUIE,
SAEALER in Dry Goods, Groceries, READY
MADE CLOTHING, Produce &c.
I . H A L S A L L .
HOLKSALEaud Retail Bookseller and
Stationer, No. 124, Main Street, Sainl
Louis, Mo., keeps on hand a splendid assortment
School, Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Book!
Quills, Ink. Wafers, Steel Pens and
Slates, Writinp and Wrapping
. Papers; Ulanlc Books
great variety, together with every other art
cles in his line of business.
Bonks bound in the best manner.
Call and examine No. 124, Main Street,
New and Cheap Store.
Georgia Street, opposite Baird's Hotel,
TIIIE undersigned having moved to the town
of Louisiana, has received, and is now
opening a splendid assortment of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
which he oners to the citizens and public gen
erally. The stock consists, in part, of the fol
lowing articles :
Cloths, cassimeres, tweeds, sitinets, blank
ets and blanket cloth, flannel, linsey,
domestics, checks, ticking, &c,
A Splendid Assortment of
Alpacas, bombazines, cashmeres, de Iaines,
ginghams, plaids, calicoes, cambrics,
muslins, bobinets, crape, thule,
&c, &c. Also
bonnets and bonnet trimmings, vizetts and
rauns, caps and collar?, y us, gloves,
mitts, laces, gimps, fringes, rib
with a variety of fancy articles not named.
A Variety of Ciroccrlesand Dyestuflg.
Persons wishing to purchase will do well to
call and examine my stock of Goods, as I am de
termined to sell low for Cash or Country Produce.
R. V. HOLT.
November 20th, 1848 (31-Iy)
DR. WmTw. WISE,
(Main Streeft Louisiana, Missouri,)
render of Dry Goods, Groceries, Dye
Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Varnish;
A good lot of Family Medicines, warranted;
All of which will bk sold as low as the
lowest. Please call and see goods and
prices. 331 v.
Nov. 27th, 18IS.
IMPROVED DIAMOND STEEL CARY
Manufactured at Tally, Mo. " tu
THE subscribers has been appointed agent
for the above celebrated and superior
E loughs, and now- lias on hand, at the wre
ouse of H. E. Block & Co., ' .
60 two horse Ploughs,
25 one horse do.
As these Ploughs are becoming , exten
sively known and used in this section o.-
country, the subscriber deems it unneces
sary to say much with regard to thenu
The Moleboard is entirely of steel, and those
who hare 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 bis. . .;
We are authorized to sell on the most f-i
vorable terms for cash or produce.' . ' "
All orders for these ploughs addressedto
T. Morrow, agent, Tully, Mo., will meet'
with prompt attention. .
JNU. M. mcrlMLib, Agent
Louisiana, Sept. 11th, 1848.--(n8S6m. '
BOOTS & SHOES.
THE SUBSCRIBERS take this method of
returning their thanks to their friends
and the public generally, for the patronage
that has been so liberally extended to them
during the past year.
We still have on hand every description
of Boots & Shoes ready for sale, which we
arc daily manufacturing. We have, also,
for sale every variety of shoe leather and
findings, such as oak-tan and hemlock sole
leather, kip, Philadelphia, French and pat
ent calf skins; good kid bindings and lining
skins, pegs, thread, knives, sparrow bills,
&C-, &c, all of which we will sell as low
as the times will possibly admit fur cash, or
to punctual customers on time.
MARK LEY & CLARKaON.
Louisiana, Jan. 8th 1849. SS tf.
V T IT? C uroll 1nnurfl YTnlc cfill nha.
-l . . . . . r-"
for the accommodation or ins 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 the best that the country can afibrd;
mi that particular attention shall be given to his
His prices arc as follows:
Board by the day,
do for man and horse,
single meals, -
for man and horse,
by the week
for horse per day - - 25
Persons wishing to go to any point in the
county, can be accommodated with a hack,
on reasonable terms.
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
posite the Academy. JOHN FOu LKS .
INov.tne zinn, ijwi.
Louisiana Livery Stable
IN view of the inconveniences to which in
dividuals and the public generally have been
'ubjected, for the want of proper conveyances
to and from our city, the subscriber nas
been encouraged to establish in Louisiana, at
an immense outlay of " toil and treasure," a
Livery Stable, well supplied with Horses, Bug
gies and Hacks. He flayers himself by keep
ing constvtly on hand, and well rubbed, hors
es of all gates and colors, suited both to the
saddle and harness, that he will receive a gen
erous support from community. Business men,
and pleasuring men, as well as the travelling
community, can at any time be supplied with
single horses, buggies, or backs, by calling- at
my Stables between Georgia and South Caro
It is also his design to run ar. accommoda
tion hack to all the Bowling-Green courts, and
neighborhood meetings, to which four or five
passengers can be obtained. His prices shall
be as low as the lowest.
H. W. P. WOOTTEN.
FALL & WINTER
E are now receiving a large and well
I f sorted stock of Goods, suitable for the
season, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Quecnsware, &c, &c.,
which we will sell at very low prices for
Cash or Produce. Persons wishing to pur
chase Goods will please give us a call te
C. JA CKSONtBBO.
ft LOTHING. The subscribers have aidfd
J to their stock of merchandise a eood assort-
ment of ready made CLoraiito, which we will
'sell as low as the cloth can be had out of which
!the garments are made.
I V. JACKSON & BRO.