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' ; r i. nr 1 ;l 0 VISIA-WA, M0.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND SHIP
' PERS OF PRODUCE? " -
Tbx undersigned beg leave
to announce to the nublic
.A that .tiey have established
themselves nermanenllv in
e1"- Louisiana, a DEALERS
IN COUNTRY PRODUCE of every discrip
flonYand receivtrt and shippers of Product and
GaDdt fnr Country Merchants, meir location
at-the wharf afford than every facility for at
tending to the interests of their customers, and Is
dear saving to shippers of the expensepf dray-
ae to and from : the warehouses oi. uie cuy.
They will at all times give the most liberal mark'
ettwices for Produce, and latere -freight at re.
priable charges: . They will give the strictest
personal 'at tentioij lo'the shipping of produce for
warded to them,' and toreceiving and forwarding
of freight for oounlry, merchants,
f, Havmg invested near tbeir. whole capital in
their present business they expect to invite cus-
lonoyaoeommouauonaiiuaavauugv iu wen
52"Tb.6v will also keep on. hand a all times
s geaer&i tusonmeni oi urvucr.iiio ai wnw
$tut dim? Ttjtojl,
. V : THOMAS CASH, Ja., & CO.
July 234 1849. i - . IjT
: Ti 1 1 . -J. I . . .
fTHE subscriber begs leave to inform the cili
I '. sens of Pike andthe surrounding counties,
that be baa; jut opened in the lovxr room.of
Draper's Rote. , Water street . Louisiana, one of
the LARGEST AND MOST, COMPLETE
STOCK? OF wv; .
EVER bltERED IN THIS fcARKET.
My selections are of the latest styles and cf the
most approved fabrics of English, French,' and
DomesticGoods i, and have been purchased in
tLe Eastern Markets at such rates as will, I be
lieve, enable me to give satisfaction to the closest
dealers. . '. : ' . "
Allfersoni purchasing goods in this market,
are most respectfully invited to call and examine
lay stock before purchassing , elsewhere, and no
paint shall be spared to please them', both id price
and quality of goods. " "
'"The tubseriVer having 'devoted his entire at
tention to the retailing or vending or vry uoods
for the last twelve rears, feels confident be can
give satisfaction, and hopes to merit a portion of
puouo parronage. - -.
7?' LEWIS ROBERTSON
P. S.-Most articles of merchantable produce
will M taken m exenange ror gooas.- ---May
l4th?1849.-Uf. V- .-:. I
-..V.' Tublie ddminSslrator's JVbtice.' .'
NOTICE, is hevaby fiarea Out the undmign J
'4 haa takea iO charge the estate of Wil-J
liam. B.'Appleberry, deceased ail person in
debted U said estate are required to make imme-
cMte pi meet,, and all . person having clauns, a
gsiBstJsid estate are notified to present them,
properly authenticated for allowance, within one
vear from this date, and if said, claims be not
presented within three years Irons this-dat,tliey
will ie lorever oarred. : .- '
-' . t H G. EDWARDS, Pub. adm'r. -of
Pike county, and ex-offloio a3m'r. of Wb. S,
Applefcerry, deceased, ; ,r, , . ; . ; y
I August 27th, 1849. . . ; Sw
Final Settlement,: ; -
; NOTICE is hereby given to all persons into
rested; that at the next November term of the
county eoortof Linoobi county, MoM I will ap-
pry for a final settlement or the estate of James
W Rarisdale, ; deceased, i i : . : . !
. i vi. RICHARD WOMACK, Adm'r.,
.8et T0Ai'1849i i.i A-ti.-.:.in- ; n ,v4w.-.
fUTICE;is hereby given that the undersignr
( Ved Las obtained from the Clerk ol tbe Pike
Coumv Court, letters of administration on the
estate of Eve' Willhoit, deceased, dated the 3d of
September, JXtyrJ - V- :
v AH persons ha vine claims against said estate,
are requested to present them within one year
from the, date ef.'said letters; and if not present
ed within three' years from said date, they will
forever be preoluded from the benefits of said
sMa-li-'ii' Js:ii .:: -in : " '
ii i JAMES COLWELL,- '
ri BENJAMIN WILLHOIT,
--September'10tt,'1849. f- J ' :
wto kmIXBj WM. Wi WISE, ? .
n'.il Mti Strtd Louisiana Missouri) -
Vtderof Dry Gbodsi Groeena, Dye
r StntFtSPnin.ti. OilM. lr Vnrnihet:
J? He also keep constantly on hand and
foreleiagood wppry ot TAMIL Y MEDI
CZ, warranted genuine. ' AH of which
will be old a low as the Lowjcit. ... ,.. ,. : '
- XT'PleaM aBd .ezsjninetoodi aiid
prieei.Jffi .ttg (83 ly.)
SlOO Reard! . -
minifea i VUI IIC DUVOVir
oe'r,1n Pike Co:, Mo., about the
first) of ApMt last, a negro boy
named TOMV about 16 year
oJdr of a very dark color, low
japdbt&kyl mkief drested
-rt-jV' -?WwBjDewore a aeai iicn
tip and stiubedeboea when he left i-1 will
gie ,$50 to asiy one for htsartert and deliv-j
r toa at my esKlenuei near Ashley in
laid county, if taken in laid county,' and
f KKfif takeirVkt bf the- county and deliv-
,',H. ii ' JOHST. J. LEWIS.;
LAW DAY. ' . ,
TQHNCAMASSIIV JustfeaoribePeace. will
bold a belday.UJJbGisles) 8aiday, the
third day of Nevember next.
October 1st, 1849.
AT , .. . . -
; P It AIR. I Ey ILLE, ftl 0,
1(6 JACKSON & BRO.,
TI EG' leave to announce to ; the citizens of
XJ Prairie ville and -vicinity, that they have
opened amongst them a general voriety of er-
ehandvte, suited to their wants, to which they so-
Knit fliAir 'o(lintinn nnrt ' fuf nm Tliuir .trtlj-
licit their attention and custom Their stock
I l 1". a 1 ' t jl ' Ml
lias been selected with care, to which they will
continue to. wake such additions as will insur
er all times a complete variety of '
Dry. Goods, ' Groceries,
,..;';,I;TT.airc, Hats, Caps,
u: v; Shoes, Bootsv
All of which they will sell as low as cab be a-
lorded in the country. , .
M.. .... .7 . . ' . V
iney will at an times take in exchanire lor
goods, merchantable produce of the country, at
liberal prices, ffj Call and see lor yoursrir.
C. JACKSON & BRO.
Prairieville, Mo., April 30th, 1849. If.
' WHOLESALE 6 RETAIL -
HTo. 21S 8onth-"East corner Morgan nni
Slain Streets, 81. Louis, . :
(directly1 opposite the Missouri Hotel,) :
; . W 1 1, L I A IIS. MOORE,
, IJombination Alr-Tigbt Cook StATes,
Premium',' Parlor,; and Heating- Stoves
; of the latest patron."" s u
JEWETT'S IMPROVED CARY PLOUGH
AT WHOLESALE AJVD RETAIL,
21" Merchants and others will "find it to theii
interest to give me a call, as I will sell very low
ITo.313 corner Morxan ft Main street
- ST. LOUIS. ' '
July 9th 1849. -- )"W.'S. MOORE.
XTOTlCE is hereby eiven that the undersiirn-
- ed has obtained from the County Court of
fike Uo.. letters or administration on the estate
of Jonathan Byrd, deceased, dated August 13th,
104.-- . -"i. .
All persons havinc claims aeainst said-estate.
are requested 19 present them within one year
from the-dute oi said letters; and if not presented
wimin mree years iroin saio. aaie, iney win lor
ever, be precluded from the benefits of. said es
tate, .. . , ULXTUS AKISBIEAdm.r.
j, iifuL in in ' ... n
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? v t Cheap1' for! Cash, ; -
, -v'.- - SCW 'ARRlVAli OF
.. Fill TWISTER CLOTHING,
r tHE rabs'cribeV'bas iuS't; returned from SL
-1 Louis wiih a laree St well selected stock of
articles of gentlemen's ware, calculated to suit
the gravest farmer and gayest youth. He deems
it .unnecessary to enumerate the articles. Call
for what you want, and be will be sure to have
it. i He has also a good supply of ' .
Ury uoods, Groceries, yueenstearei -
""' ' ; "Hanltoarei Sfe.i ' ''
to which he solicits the custom of his friends
and dealers generally.' v
Louisiana, Sejf. 24thj 1849. ' -'
Notice to Creditors.
TlHrt is to tiotify' all persons indebted to the
" undersiirned, by note or account that the
claims against them, are this day placed In the
hands of.E. C. Murray for immediate collection.
The business arrangements of the undersigned
make it absolutely necessary that his outstanding
debt should be settled forthwith, and n confi
dently hopes those interested will come forward
and attend to the matter witrout further delay.
.Louisiana, Sept 3d, 1849. . n20 If.
T. Would say to all persons feeling themselves
addressed by the above notice and I think
it is sufficiently plain that I can be found at my
omcein ljouisiana at any lime, wnen not oiner
wise necessarily engaged, for two or three weeks.
By attending to this matter before the expiration
of that time, persons indebted as above will save
the undersigned some, trouble and . themselves
some cost, IT they rail to call themselves, they
must expect to be called upon. -
Sept. 3d, 1849. : . .:. .4 .. ,tf.
J.! 'B. Henderson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, CLARKsviitr, Afo.
WILL promptly attendto any business that
may, be entrusted to bis care. '., .,.
r T0NS wanted immediately -by Thomas
ZJ r Cash! Jr., & Co., for which the highest
market price will be j aid in Cash. ') !
SST.We are: also prepared to bail Hemp for
armers at short notice and upon reasonable terms!
-t-.; -i i HOAIAS CASH, Ja., & CU.
Leuulaaa, August 6th 1849. , ; '' :' ' V
! A CARD. '
nnHE undersigned has resumed the practice
. of theiLaW, arid will attend the Circuit
Courts in the counties of, Marion, Ralls, Pike,
MOTigomery. Lincobi and SUCharIea,,end. fa
suctitEer buEiiiesasi shall be entrusted to hinr.il will apV'y for a final settenf ent of
His'residence is at BowUnc ren, PikMOatr, of Samuel T. Reeds1, cfeceased V . '1
July 2d 1849.
Total Eclipse ! !
THE undersigned would respectfully inform
" the public that ROOT'S PATENT
ECLIPSE STOVE can always be found at No.
19 Main Street, St. Louis. -.
.This Stove bas become the most popular stove
in use, from the nerfect simplicity of : it con
struction, and the certainty with which it per
forms all its cooking: operations consuming, a
it does, less than, half a cord o wpod per r
anj baking with as much certainty and uni
r . T ri TM, : t.Hail,.. i(
tv as a Bakrr,4 Oven.- This, together With the
"J . - . .... .r n I
fact that there is no division of the flues,' thereby
securing a strong draught, makes it the most eco
nomical and convenient Cooking. Stove now ..in
Use. . .: . ' ' '' . '' ' ' ' '
Also on band ROOT'S CELEBRATED PRE
MIUM 'COOKING STOVESvlrgcther'wlth
every variety of Cockinjr ' ittid ' Parlor Stoves,
Tin-ware. Kitchen. Hardware,' &c.&c;,' all of
which will be sold at very low prices, cither ot
wholesale or retail. , .-
fllr Country Merchants would do well to call
and, examine our stock, as we are saliified with
small profits. A. & L. NEWBEKRY.t
St. Louis, Mo., May 7th, M9.-8m.
CHEAP CASH BOOK STOIiEn
J. HALS ALT.. .;
WHOLESALE and Retail Bookseller and
Stationer. No. 124 Main Street, Saint
Louis, Mo., keeps on hand a splendid assortment
gchool, Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Books
Quills, Ink, Wafers Steel Tens and
Slates Writing and Wrapping
,. , Papers: Blank Books
in great variety- together with every other ars
cies in nis ane ol business. "
Books coaud in the best manner. 1
Call and examine No. 124 Main Street
Boot and Shoe Factory,
' LOUIS UA'.MO:
THE undersigned begs' leave to announce to
1 i,:. i.i r-:.,j. .a it .,i.
ai.a viu u nim. iiu wupivuii ly tuiu iuv
ic generally, inai no is again encagea in uis cia
business of i .
Boot and shoe Making
in their midst,' and solicits from them a share of j
patronage. He has now on hand a good variety
work, done in the LATEST STYLES, of the
best materials -. and by experienced and finished
workmen, who are in Ins employ constantly man
ufactiirincr work to order. . .
His eslaDltshrocnt is on the northern side
of Georgia Street at the sign of the
BlahounnT Counter & Shoe Store,
where he will at all times be pleased to receive
calls and orders lor work.
LORENZO NEWN A. i
P. S. The attention of gents wanting dres
Boots oftho latest styles and best quality, is par
ticularly invited to his stock on hand as a speci
men. O" Don't forget the sign of the 'Monoga
my Counter and shot Store. " Lm. Ft
Louisiana, Ang. Oth, lMV. ly
W. D. WOOD.
. K. a. VIOLITT.
TyOQD & VIOLETT,
WBOLCSALS AOEKTS A9D nrAT.CRS 15 ''
Ko. 908 A'orth Wnln Street,
- - BT. LOUIS, MO.
' S Ot B AG R NTS FOR
COLEMAN. HALMAN & CO'S Coach and
Ehptic Springs, Iron, Nails, Wrought Nuts,
Livingston, RoKgen & Co' Platform and Coun
ter Scales, Paitent Kaughphy nnd Paint Mills,
Knob Locks, Latches, Malleable Castings, &c,
Lippencott &.'Co's (warranted) Axes, Hatchets,
Miovels, fepades. fit ks. Mattccks, ill, Cir
cular and X Cut Saws, &c.
F. & W. M. Faber's (supnrior) Carding Ma
chines, Machine Cards, Comb Cleaners, &c
Putterton's (superior) Letter Copying Presses.
Marshall 1l Bra's (celebrated Solid Box Vires,
ill. Timber and Press Screws. &c. &c.
Burke & Barnes' (superior warranted fire, thief
and damp proof) Salamondor rafes.
Andrew FulfonU (celebrate) Churih, Steam
boat and Tavern Bells. M .-. ,
TS' Dealers are respectfully incited to exam
ine their stock, which will be sold low for cash,
or approved paper. . .-i '
St. Louis ay 1st., 1849 ly. ; '
TWO men. by the name of John Ethridge
and John French, are supposed to have
entered-my house while the family were
absent, and unlocked and rifled my trnnk,
of about $16 in spscie ; a large silver
watch, worth about $&; three razors, one
strop, and shaving box, with which they
, JoIin Ethridge ia a man apparently about
35 yearf of age, 6 feet 9 or 10 inches high,
swarthy complexion, black hair, well pro
portioned, quick spoken, arid Irish accent,
though he claims to be ah Englishman. He
had on when he left, a .light drab frock
coat, California hat, and stripped panta
plexion: black hair,, and of straight and
erect form. He had on when, he left," a
white beaverteen coat,whIW 1 wool hat, and
eottonade pantaloons. : , 1 i - t
, :Any person who will apprehend' and se
cure said thieves, or give me? any informa
which, may lead to their, appr'ehensuin, and
recovery of the- property, . shall receive
ten' donars reward. JOSEPH LOVE.
Salt River Tbwnspip, PikCj County, Mo.'
Oct. 14th, VU,:-,Ja'v
Final Settlement. : ,
.T0TI(7Eis hereby given to all persons inte-
Jr'restid,"that at the next November term of
the county court of Lincoln, Co. Mo., (to be be
gun and held pn the. pd Monday of. said month,)
of the estate
I. Sept. 24th, 1849.
iZ,: "jZ Vncb il 1 HW "'!!pe. and Hacks. : He 'flatters himself by I-eg-loons.
John French is about 23 years of comMI on hand and well robbed, Wrs
age, about 5 feet 11 inches high, dark com- Cf8of a,j te8 ttnd, colo; irti!ed bo(h to ithe
iVeff roes for .SaleJ " ;
-erjsrrlLL be sold to the highest bidder, at the
TT Court. House in Bowling tireen, on
Monday the 5th day of November, 1849, Five
Negroes, belonging to the estate of Frances H.
Appieoerry, oeceasea, consisting pi one young
man. two Women, and two children. .' A credit
of 12 months will be given by the purchasers
executing their note with two good securities.
Sale will Commence at VI o'clock. 1
October 5th, 1849 i H. G. EDWARDS.
Publie Adminstrator of Pike County, and ex-
olEcio Adm'r, of the estate of FH. Appleberry
deceased., 'c -U:).-- -.
I will also sell on tbe above named day, at the
time and pUice therein mentioned, to the highest
bidler, a negro man named Stephen, belonging
to the estate of William S. Applebery, deceased.
Tenns-A' credit' of twelve months Wfl be
given, by the purchasers giving bond. with' two'
good securities.' " : H. G. EDWARDS.'''
I'ublic Administrator or fike tJonniv. and ex-
officio Adm'r of estate 6f Wm. S. Appleberry.
October, 5th, 1849.- - . !-
Comer cf Main and Morgan streets, Saini
Louis; Mo. The subscriber would re
he has purchased
his friends and the public, that'" "e next Nov
from Messrs. A, &.B. J. Van .L:''
. , , t , , estate, wnen an
st in the above house, and leas- a(teQ(j jf (neT t
Court tbeir interest
ed it for a term of years, and pledges himself that
no exertion, on his part, will be wanting to make
ail that favor him witn a call perlectly at home.
' The furniture of the house has been replenish
ed throughout, and the premises generally sub
jected to athorough renovating. The location, as
l f. -t ' a !
""T"!. 'B " 1
r-- " TV
The proprietor has spared no expense in fit
ting up this bouse.. His table shall be lurnisned
with the best the maiket affords. At the bar,wbich
hasbeen refitted & furnished in a superior style,
1 , , , . .11" ..1 1. 'r
he has on hand (having removed his Mock ol
.j ,. ' t L XT: tt
wines, liquors and Cigars from the V lrginia Ho-
tel Bar) and will continue to keen as he v
chase, rom the importer m New Vork.a wp-
ply of the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars, and hope to receive a share of pa-
i"ir-", . i :
A. l.l'h.UMlA.U Proprietor.
NOTICE. We take occasic h. in addition to1
aoove muicaiea, is opposiie me mosiacx.ve ".others inlefe.le,! in life estate of Jasper ShotweD
the , Levee, and equally convenient to the more L, underi,iBned lM
the above, to return cur thank to our. friends'HE subscriber having permaoeptly locates
and the public for the tronr.ge so liberally be-1
stowed on us during our lease ol tbe Alissouri
. , , ,,.! i
Hotel, and would respectfully recommend a con-
tinuance of tlie pationrge under the new man-..ii
ngemcnt, as we are assured that there will be
no deviation from former charges.
sept-24 A. & B. J. VAN COURT.
In Pike County Couit.
Statc or MiMovat ) '
Cochty or Pike
. . -i. 1 :-J ..
I "wuereo 07 wrt .nenr u
a ihaimnrav.mant or roads durinff Ihe nrpsent TCar
r - . " e.
a tax equal 10 imy per c;inn un inr oimr i ,
and that every person against Whom a poll tax is
assessed, may be discharged of th sm. by two
day labor, and that all taxes levied for tbe improve
ment or mads, may be discharged in nreiiiui lanor
at the rate of sevenv-nve cents per day: that eve
ry overseer of roads be allowed one dollar per day
fjr bis attention while in actoal service as such
overseer, that it be the duty of every overseer
whose district is not furnished with a plow and
scraper, if in bis judgment they be necessary, to
ouy one or more wuicd iis is biuihtisco ' iur
: . . t. .1 . ji.j4
out 01 any monry oriun)(iu ii' m nnn umnci.
It shall be tbe furtherduty of every overseer to no
tify eaeb band of the implement to be used by him
at the time he gives him notice to work any road
and to work all roads in hi district, at least twice
year; vi x: once In the spring and nnee in the
rail. That every overseer may pay ior service on
roads in bis district, a sum not to exceed seven'y-
five cents per day lor a good band, sevnniy-five
cents for a yoke of rattle, or one dollar for a pair
of horses, two dollars for a team orfonr horses,
three dollars for a team of six horses or mules, and
fifty cents for a cart or wagon, lhat all person:
will be liable for tbe payment or their road tax in
money, on a failure to wurk the roads when once
notified to do so by the proper oversrer; and that
no hand be allowed pay for a full day's work un
less he meet as early as eight o'clock in the morn
ing, and work unlil discharged by the overseer in
the evening ; and ordered that a copy of this order
be published in the Banner and Louisiana Record
for four weeks. - '
. 1 A true copv. '. ;
Test, S F. M URRAY, Clerk. .
September 84th, 1819. 4 w , . ! 1.:
Louisiana Livery Stably.
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 of t " lot? and treasure,1? a
Livery Stable, well supplied with Horses, Bug-
-3 I - u. S.it... L::.ir i. 1.?
saddle and harness, that he will receive a gen
erous support from community. Businessmen,
ahd pleasuring men, as well as the travelling
community, can at any time- be supplied with
single iborsesi.buggies,or:hcka, by: vailing at
myi ataules , ueiw,en .ijeprgia and aouu varo-
: .'., ..!.-.?
- It is also his design to run an accommoda
tipri. hack to all thBp'wJin'g-Green eourts, and
neighborhood meetings to which. four;or 'five
Assengers, can ne.oDtainea. , 211s prices' snail
e as low as tne lowest. i-
..-.. NOTICE. . t '' i nl :
Noliee t given to the city officers that: tbe eity
Charter and Revised Ordioadce are no w ready
for delivery, in. pamphlet fqruii.! and eacb oftlcer (s
require a to nave a copy or tne same, as au me pro
ceedings must'eeofbrnv thera Jieteatrer', onlesi
otnerwua directed by ordina.nee.
W. K. KENNEDY, Mayor.
Mayor's office, Louisiana Oct. 10, 1849.
FROM the undersigned io April last, aSght'bay.
Mare MUle, two years oldlist Sriiig,strsHI
with a small swallow fork in thf rigliteaj:,-,,-Any
information respecting said mule, itddrestf
to me at Millwood,' Lincoln county f Mewfil W
thankfully received. ..,t.,BV'o)rif
Jf I have, also, efgbt othr mules of tbe same
age, that f would sell a bsfrgaiamif ppTfcaBco
made by tbe first of December; ,v if h'Y-'ilf.
October 8th, H.T.MDDD. '
, . Public Administrator iMttiu.
N OTICE is hereby given HthaV ffieMfi
signed has taken m charge tke eataWof
Thomas Money, deceased 11 .persana uidebW
ed to said estate, are requiredmaks immediate,
payment; and all persons having claims egaint -said
estate, are notified to present them.'proper'-f
ly authentieatedi for allowanoej trfthjn'9Re' 0r
from this date j and, 4f aaid !claims-)e optpr4-
sented within three years from this date, they,
will he forever birred. . '
Public AdminitriatQrQf JLJnoilQ eeBntviMisf
souri, in charge of the above, estate,,;., St.'fe
.- FINAL SETTLEMENT.
lV ?'l to
1VTOTICE ia herebr given, that the und
v administrators' of the estate" of DaVfd C. M.V
Parsons, deceased, lata of Pike county, triBappftl
at the next November term of the saSd.coanfyconrt
merit orittrt r admimsrranaif en saht
and where all persons interested; mayt
JAMES W.-CAMPBILL.) A, :
SAMUEL PHARR; ' ! ( Adm "
ber 1st, 1849. " 'JIT i
Administrator's Notice, o
ntjiivXfii uereoy piven io an ctvoiiotv mix.
Jthe Clerk of.the County. Court of Pike Co.no..
aaie me leyi aeptemDer.l(M ;v, ,v.i'i
All persons indebted to said estate are tequesty
ed to makn' immediate payment those baring
claims against said eMale'arc notified, to .'present
POIIIC, UIUUC1 l Will UCIilllllCll, W U1UJI WIIC CB(
r ,. ,'.' ,. , , , . ,m
iirom the date of said letters, or they may ce pre
. k i. - ' e, - fi .jv, .
B 7 '
. b J J.iO7
; . ,M.rnT cunTtwir j:
b ''.Li, ,o, ' " "T "S L .
to Main Street, Louisiana, Mbi m!.t V
: Mnin Street, Louisiana, .
7" "?: cy respectfully tender lusservtees W
. : , Jz'.ZZ 'ZJilll
improve their wrsoiwl nuichrrtiide; ht desire !
m ' ,ni, n th. wi-' m,.mJ
.uch u.j hMt-. ialt .oca, t , -J ,
J.iWEI.SH'9 Emporium of Fashleaw 1
as he bas just received, direct from the East, tbe)
late fashions, foreign and domestic, from the superb
rut of Prince Albert's coat fo Gov: Marcy's panta.
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Jobs done op "bvon-n" st the shortntnotipV, an4
at low r ha n;es. LnaOrs. dandies, and enUemee
low rnarces. uiavrs. nanun-ai
invUej ,0 c,nthe latch string alwaysont side,
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ion mam sweet. . w iui.sa.
Louisiana, Oct. 1, 1849.
- S. Allen,
. Will promptly attend to all business entrusted
toniseare. , ; -r;i; ;t .
vN.' P..: Minor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, BowLixc-Oaacs, Me
Office in theCourt House. .- f ,i.t., ? ,:!
.P.., C AlUli.',.,;.:,,,
ATTORNEY AT . LAW, ,r,i
TTEND3 regulany the sourUiof,, Pike
Lincoln and St. Charles counties, , ,
AiLIress Prairieville, Pike county wMo
iwnnci i 1 i-au, oowiingureen, Die
Will promptly attend to any business that-may-
be entrusted to his care.
--v G. Portcr. - -:-
ATTOHXETAT LAW, Bovling-Grten
Kegularly attends the Circuit Courts or rile .
Kails, Lincoln, Warren and Montgomery :"
E. G. McftUlE, -
DEALER in Dry Goods, Groceries, READT
MADE CLOTHING, Proauce ke' '
, FINAL SETTLEMENT.-
TVOTICE is hereby given, that the. mtdersigtied,
xv ailministrator of the estate of Martin. Rush.
dee'd.. late of Lincoln eountv. will apnfv at the
next Nov. term of the said county court for a final
settlement of his administration mi said estate, -wh.ee
and where all persons interested may attead Jf they
think proper. f -r- -
TIMOTHY. CIJftlMINS, Adn'f,,
Troy, Mo. Sfpt;20th.l849, ,,1
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Single copy, per annum, in advance -3sjt 1 UO
If not paid within three months. A- .W J 00
If not paid within the year,. -:r - i df f 1 60
rip paper wm be disconUnued valesauesasa
be paid for up to the time of diaevntinusneewi
iviii i-'i"1.1'. .1 Vs tvVMVrt
Bales of Adyertlifnc Uv.w t
Twelve lines or less, first insertion. 4 ,v -""vt T3
Each additional insertion,,,, fi.ij18
.' Yearly and quarterly aderUsenieiita, a rea
sonable rales,' , . ' ' V"ti V . "
JOB WORK of all kinds, done wits aeateMS
ahd 'despatch, cheap for cash. "r t-;.-J
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Aaron Hendrlols: 5 ' 1 R MtM.tM '-l
" Dr. Nathan' Vannoy, - : ' . VamcSs Witt.
Dr. Oi;F. Waldeny : s'! Able.' lUw
. Garrett Minor, ..ill.;;: at; Praliev4fle,I
. Increase Adams, i . i. iu a lauiatillev U
Thomas Berkley, . .,u Psyajeijillrt
ji J'Onrg, )a,aQksj2iBA '
.James H. Brittbn,. A. . : 'Troy
T. R. Comick, . - . Cap-au-Grey.
Wm.A.Nicklin, . New Hope.
"'" "'''Agents for the banner
'Samuel Smith,' " ; !tNewLbndoBr
Dr. JohnC. Welbora:' " fV.tVXA ifi