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OF riCt MANUFACTORV
DR. S. P. TOWNSEHD'S
wrOUSfD BIT I ACT O
S A R SAPARILLA.
X Wwidcr iumI Bleating C Mm Ar.
7t imI txtrrrdi-mry Medici in Ikt 1'wld ! m
ThM Rxtreet U pnt np in Quart SiAUm ; it it iii liwcs cheaper,
piMrtntr, and ramiUwt auparior to ny tmld. It enr) iliseua
wiUoat miitg. purging, wckaaing, or dsbillutiitg Ui Patient
Tba great beauty awl rnpariortty of this ftanaianHa over nil
that Madacinaa i. while it eradicate! disease, it in igorate the
, SrKlNG AND 8UPlKR MKniWNKS
Tr known : tt not only parifiea the whole ytetn and ctrengthem
the paiwoo, nut H creataa. new, para and rirb blond ; a power
iMwaaaaad b? no other Medicine. And its this lie- the mud oecrel
of tta wondetfoi anceeai. H baa ptf-rrfieil within tfae int two
.1 l. i i iu i r ..... - .( I
dieeesa, at least, 0,000 were enmhlcraa' iiK-ureUe it ha. saved
tlw lives of asore then le.noo children toe Ur past irHimi
100,000 Macs ef General UeMtltw ami waul of
Da. 8. f. Teweerns Ssrsaperille invie;'rate the uhnle system
Cermanently. To those who have Inst their mntiwliir eneia;r.
f tha effect of medirine, or intiiierti,n eommittetl in routa,
ar taeexeeeslre IrieulaeBceof the eatctniK, ami hme;lit on Hy
4Taieal pmst ration of tha aervens aiatrm. l-tti.le. went of
emoition, uintine; semslinos, premature 4eea and t-ir.e, hasten
ing In ware that latal aiaaaee. Caasnnptisn, can be entirely restored
ay laeteieneent remedy. Tnie oenaearille is far siipeunr to euy
As II ranewaand invigorates tha erstem, Rite, ertiiitr to the
hmbe, and etrengtli to tha aioacaUr ayatem in a nvwt eatianrJiiHtry
4( raa. i , -
ConaamptloN Carad. -Ctranat
aiai Strenathea. Coaraaiptiffa can he rered Brea-
tali, cxuanqrtiea. Uft c-F-. ceM Cesarr. cii,
lota, JrVeal Smli. DiMcntt er rVeiue Kiyecferatiea, fan.
aw SM, ffe, aaee aeea aaa cam ac car a.
Da. a. P. Teewat .vp I verily believe yoflr arMparilla haa been
tha aiaaaa, throafh Praeadanca. af aaeiog my hCa. i have W
aeveral vaan had a had Coach It heeaaia worea anj woraa. At
last I raised large qtrantitiee of blood, had aight avreata, and vai
Eraathr dabilitatad aad reduced, and did ana expect t bra. I
tea only aaad your SaraapariUa a abort tune, end there has a
wonderful eaanae been wrought tn ase. I aaa now able to walk
aO aeee the eity 1 raiaa ne bjood, aad aajr emrk baa left Be.
Yea aaa wall taurine that I aaa thaakfal for those results.
Your obedient servant,
' r- WM. RUMU U CsLhsnne-lt
! . ! ' FlUi null Fltattl
Da. a P. Tewasm, not havinff tasted his Sanaputilta in ease
W nta, af ormraa, never taonrnmondod et, and was aarpriaed la
receive tha Mlowing frees aa intelligent and reapactable Faratar
la eyesttasater uouaiy :
- Ardaaw. wfatwet IS. 1847.
. Da. a P. Tewiasaaa Dear Siri I have a little girl, aevea yean
air are, who baa been aeveral years afflicted with Fits ; wa tried
aisMst every tains; far bar, bat without roeeees ; at last, althonrh
we ceuld tad aa raeoaiwandstion la year circulars Isr eaaas like
hers, wa thosgbt, aa aba was in vary delicate health, wa would
five her aome of your Sarsaparilla, and are (lad wa did, (ar it not
only isatuiud bar strsngtb, bat aha baa bad no return of tha Fits,
' verv (rest aieaanrrand aaronaa.
ana saw. Docasstnf
taggaa and healthy lor which wa feel grateful.
JOHN HtiTLEB, Ja.
- t! a.' P. Tswaaamra HsrasosriUa Is a eovereira and ssaadr
ears far Incipient Coasnaaptioa, Sarraaaaae, rroiapeus Vtari, or
rauiag et ua wees a, coaaveneea, ruea, ueeoornaaa, or w alias,
obstructed or diftcoit Manstrnation, Incontinence of Criae, or
ineasnntary discharge thereof, and far the general piusttsliou of
tha aritaai aa asetter whether the taaalt af Inherent eaasa at
canaaa, produced by irregularity, iUaeae or accident Mothing can
be saore sarprisiog than its invigorating effects on tha baasaa
(ranee. .- rarsoaa all wesknaas and lessitada, frees taUag a at once
Bejoraaa iDonas aan -rau of aaorgy aaaer ra nureeaca. is iwiass
dialers counteracts tha aenraleesness of tha female frames which
is the gisal eauee of Ssnsuusss. ItwIUnot beeipectedof tts,hi
eaaas af ea delicate a nature, to exhibit oertiOcacee of cures par
farmed, bat wa can assure tha afflicted, that hand reds of cuss
have aeea reported to on. Thousands of easae where families
here-been without children, after asms; a lew bottles of thie in
valuable Medicine, have bees blsassd with ana. healthy ensuring.
aasa and Ussl. iasrsasss end enriches the food ; those who haea
need at, thank it is indispensable. It la highly useful both before
aad aflai anaaasmsnt, as it prevents diseases attendant apon child
berth in Cuatlisneea, files. Cramps, Swelling of tha Feet, Dee
aondsney, maartbarn, Vceaitinc, rain in the Back and Loins,
False rains, Haasorrfaaga, end in reguUUngths aseretas and
aaaalixiaeT tha cirealanon. it baa no oaoaL The neat beauty of
aus ssedicina is, it ia always saw, and tha moat delicate aaa d
Ur. aan taw cease require ear other aaeamae.
i a little Castor Oil, or Magnesia is aaefisL Eaercise la
; and light food
and easy confines
this medicine, will always
. GIBXa, HEAD THIS.
Yon who have paWisomplniaea dull eyea. blotches on (he fieee.
rough skin or freckles, and ere "out of spin la,'
two of Lir. a. r. Towosena
Mood, re aaove tha freckles
two of Dr. a P. Townee nd garseneriUa. It will cleanse yoar
blond, re aaove tha freckles and blotches, and sive too animation.
errrh ilre; syes, kne spirits, bsaatifal complesian all of which ere
af immeaaa value to anawrried ladies. Thooaands and tbonsands
af haulm who ware wasted by dissasa, and dark about tha eyas,
ere now ia tha aajo) meat of eacellrat health, by wdo this
BlmcktmtlTM lstead. gat Id. I8IT.
Da, a P. Tawaeasio Dear Sir-: I bare suffered terribly for nine
yeese with the Bheumstism ; considerable of tha time I could not
eat, assep or walk. I bad the atasoat distressing pains, and By
Uashs ware terribly ewoUea. I hsve need four bottles of you
Seres rarilis, and they haea dona aaa mora than one thousand
dollars worth of gnod, I sea so much better indeed I em eotirery
relieved. Yoa an at liberty to aaa this for the benefit of the
Towiraspactfdlly, JAMES CUHMINOa
' Tma Rot. J
Of Jbfeey CKy, aa old end highly reepoctoblo elerrrarsa of tha
haresrl Peneesieetian, handed ia tha fcliowiag carudcaU at Dr
ar.Towaaaadaaaea. It rpeekl foe Kaeli.
Da. a P. Tewaacaa Dear Sir: I am constrained to give yoa a
ateteassat af tha beneet I derived from using yoar Saras oariiU,
beheviser, by ea doing. I shell renders brsill to those who are
sasmrjng aa I haea been. I was radaead for many mouths by the
Dyspepeja, so muck that it was with much dimculty for ma to
Wash er beep shout. I had also a tetter, which eoeered tha most
pew Ql my ssee which was extremely troablisems and aore; it
got fa be almost a acsb. I need quite a aambar of lamedies foi
both -the oomieinU, bat received little or no benent, until I took
yoar aareeperiim. which, through the klnlaem of iroeideaca, has
restored ma to mora than my usual health, aa I am now enjoying
better thsn-f bare fcrs somber of years. I am now M tears of
ago.! I hslkasak to baaateealeabM medicine, and receesmesd k
la my aameuias atteslalauoes, which ia ran large, aa 1 hare baa
a minieUr a great auny years I nope this hasty sketch may be
as aveeb beaeil to yea es your aeedirme has to u.
daly if, ISd. , . JOHN stOBft, Jersey City.
' invmisar ciesgy snan. . . t
The Wlanlne. war seat to ear A rent in Rah was ttr'fha Rae
J. O. TUNUON.taT the tleChodsrt Epieeopal Church-one of tha
frSnVaaTf "!'c,'V'f.-'k; connection end is another
J2SJ2 miS!,Hl" D'- Townsanda fjana-j
yoar inetaeee, and ia aonssoaeace .of having read Capteia
NLeBsre eedded teetemoay as Its hehmC sadeeed to try Dr. a. T
, Jowaaaadw tmvfsmed earmpariUa I triad M. I coejsee, more to
- ' the hope than in the ceoeaeece of lev proving aScscioos ; but I am
-. eweraa ra enmaur now ee ecenowieare, una i ana not tnea n long
'! hslered, begat to sspsissiill s aeiatary ejects aad I may now
- kSf.wsla Caataa etcUan, tbat I would not be withont it on any
- aoasidaratwa." It haa dona aet mora goad than any prerioai
rim ill f hava tried, aad if this ! i m i id H deemed by yoa of
nwy iaaavtessa. yoa have my fail ounlinl ia make t public.
. Kehway, August Sd, 1847. J. O. TX'l
way, August Sd, 1847. J. a '
!, ... BCBOTVUL pTJBBO.
eib - 1 ' M t.4 M.U ImmmII. ka.
v pvrsses eumsnni near ma mon ooaunaic aiseasee as ina
Shrae siseme;m sd In awe basis Is aBprecodoniod.
'S'l '''' ; ''.' --lemja CMnsasb"'-'!. .'
Ta. a. P. Teweeawa Dear Iril besa tha ulaasure to
yoa that three of my ahUdam have haea eared of tha Scrofula
by tha aee-of year exeeUaaa eaadlelaa. They ware allietad very
eeverery wKh had Seree have Ukee only lour bottles ; It took
vaaB aaay, far wweh I leal myself newer great obligat on.
, ," respectfully,
i -t- l i - ibaac 4y. CHAIN, IN Woaatarat
vviMuya or rmwuMt.
Da. a P. Teereemvn is etmost deil receiving orders
Tms4i'BCTtiry that wa. the aadarsigaed, Phyairlmai af Sae
City af Albany, hare in namaroaa cases prescribed Dr. a P.
fowaeead Serae peril ie, asm beliara Jt to be one af the eases
emiaasnwiiainaaiMamtotnammiai j u
k , ., v. dt, P. PUUNO. M. D.
nit ni ,rMU .ii tri . eaiooa v. a
. 'Dr. a r. Tii'a ssiijSS rrlaefpsf Onlce ha, beea named from IM
Pajmax a bs nansea street, in Oweaildieajfoinaeriyoeewnesdhy
asltel feafmt Chaastki, -.-. 3
Amman MiMesgACo, Ned Wale all am, and Mia t stiddar,
No. ID CewrWtrsei Joetoai Semael Kidswr, Jr. Lowell ; Henry
Pratt. aalsm( demos . On, ITaraestert Albeon fc taaalt,
Cearmf f J, galea fc aVnv rrewidanea; aa4 by Drorcmto aad
JjjorcSeegewwaily tampmt tha Vaated aodae, Waat iadiae, ,
t ?'.;r F. " I. N. BRYS0N & CO.
THE undersigned hat resumed the practice
or (he Law, and will attend the Circuit
Courts in the counties or Marion, Ralls, Pike,
Montgomery, Lincoln and St. Charles, and to
sucn otner Dusmess as snail oe eiurusieu 10 mm.
His residence is at Bowling Green, Pike county.
Mo. EZRA HUNT.
July 2J 1849.
J. B. Henderson,
A TTORXE YATLA W,
Jj-Office immediately above the Jewelry store
of W K Kennedy & Co., on Georgia street
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rowttso-GacEif, Mo'
Will nromntlv attend to all business entrusted
- . 1
N. l Minor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowtii.c-GrEH,Mr
Office in theCourt House.
" TlTToTteT "
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Boating-Crtcn Mo
Regularly attends the Circuit Courts of Pike
Ralls, Lincoln, Warren and Moiitpt mery
S. F. 3Iurrav, '
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowling Green, Mo
Will promptly attend to any Lusinesethat may
OC CUirUSieUlO Ills Care.
ATTORNEY JIT LAW
1 TTEND5 retrulany the courts of Pike
t Lincoln and St. Charies counties
2 Address Prairieville, Pike counly, Mo
E. G. 31cQ,UIE,
-T EALERin Dry Goods, Groceries, READY
MJ JilAJJIS CLOTHING, Produce &c.
DR. WM. W. WISE.
' (Main Street Louisiana Missouri)
Vender of Dry Goods, Groeeties, Dye'
Stuff's, Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
25" He also keeps constantly on hand and
tor sale a good supply of FJiMlL Y MEDI-
CivViA, warranted genuine. All of which
will be sold as low as the Lowest.
SI" Please call and examine goods and
prices. (33 ly.)
Boot and Shoe Factory,
rpHE undersigned begs leave to announce to
his old friends and customers, and the pub
ic generally, that he is again engaged in his old
Boot and shoe Making
in their midst, and solicits from them a share of
patronage. He has now on hand a good variety
work, done in the LATEST STYLES, of the
best materials and bp eznerienced and finished
workmen, who are in his employ constantly man
ufacturing work to order.
O" His establishment is on the northern side
of Georgia Street at the sign of the
MaliOetatiT Connter &, Shoe Store.
where he will at all times be pleased to receive
calls and orders lor work.
P. S. The attention of gents wanting dress
foots oi me latest styles and best quality, is par
ticularly invited to his stock on hand as a sped
men. S3" Dont forget the sign of the 'Mahoga
rty Counter and Shoe Store. L. N.
Louisiana, Aug. 6tb, 1849. ly.
- . . AT
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND SHIP
PERS OF PRODUCE:
The undersigned beg leave
II . "V oiiiiuuiit-VJ IU SUC UUU1IV
V .at .1 . a . it. . ,
mat uiey nave esiaoiisnea
themselves permanently in
Louisiana, as DEALERS
IN COUNTRY PRODUCE of every discrip-
tlon, and receivers and skippers of Produce and
uooas jor Country Merchants. Their location
at the wharf affords them every facility for at-
lenaing to ine interests oi tneir customers, and is
a clear saving to shippers of the expense of dray
see to and from' the warehouses of the citv
They will at all times give the most liberal mark
et prices for Produce, ua .. ireignl it reu
onable fbn- jKfT will give the strictest
uciauual attention to lot snipping or produce for
warded to them, and to receiving and forwarding
oi ireigni lor country mercnants.
WW V a . a . . a am a.
navimr invested near ineir wnoie capital in
their present business, they expect to invite cut
torn by accommodation and advantage to their cus
"They will also keep on' hand at all times
a general assortment of UaUCLKILS at hou
salt end tetaail. ...
, THOMAS CASH, Ja., & CO.
July 23d 1849. ly.
: NOTICE. ,;
Hf R. WILLIAM WILLHOIT, you will please
' take notice, that at the next term oi the coun
ty court, to be begun and held at the court bouse in
Bowling Green, in and for the county of Pike and
State of Missouri on the first Monday in Februa
ry, 1850, we will apply to said court for an order)
lor ttut partition or sale ot tne slaves or the estate
of Eva Willboit, deceased, late of said county,
in wnicn yen are uteres ted as an heir and distrib
utee. Signed, November the. 28th, 184 by
- JAMES CULWEEL,
Administrator, and in right of bis wife, Peachy
Culwell, a distributees -
u f .I 'i .nlSHJAMIM WILLUUIT,
. ' Adm'r. and distributee.
: - ., jAC;0B 88R0AT,
tn right of bis wife, Matilda.
. in right of hi wife, Malinda.
iiinii a m
ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS.
w. D. WOOD.
x. m. VIOLCTT.
WOOD & VIQLETT,
WnOLESALCACXJITSARD DEALERS IN
Ko. 208 North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, M0
SOLE AGENTS FOR
COLEMAN, HALM AN & CO'S Coach and
Eliptic Springs, Iron, Nails, Wrought Nuts
Rivets, Spikes, Bolts, &c. .
Livingston, Roggen & CV,. Platform and Coun'
ter Scales, Pa: tent Kaughphy and Paint Mills,
Knob Locks, Latches, Malleable.Castings,&c.
Lippencoll & Co' (warranted) Axes, Hatchets,
fchovels, bpades, neks. Mattocks, Mill, Uir
cular and X Cut Saws, &c. , .
F. & IV. M Faber's (snprior) Carding Ma.
chines, Machine Cards, Comb Cleaners, &c.
Patlerxon's (superior) Letter Copying Presses.
.Varxfwll & Bra's (celebrated Solid Box Vices,
Mill, limber and Tress Screws. Stc.&c.
BurheSL Barnes' (superior warranted fire, Ujiefj :
and damp prool ) salamantlvr tales. . .
Andrtw Fulton's (celebrated) Church, 'Steam
boat and Tavern Bejls.
Dealers are respectfully in ited to exam'j
ine tiveir stock, which will be sold low for cash
or approved paper.
St. Louis ay 1st., 1849 ly, .!
WHOLESALE A RETAIL
Xo. 213 Sonth-East corner W organ and
main srreeta. si. Lonis.
(directly opposite the Missouri Hotel,)
Combination Air-Tisht Cook Siwvess
Premium, Parlor, and Heating Stores,
ot tne latest patrons. .
JEWETT'S IMPROVED CARY PLOUGH
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
f Merchants and others will find it totheii
interest to give me a call, as I will sell very low
No. 213 corner M organ fc Main street
ST. LOUIS. ,
July 9th 1849. W. S. MOORK.
Corner of Main and Morgan streets, Saint
Louis, Mo. The subscriber would re
spectfuily inform his friends and the public, that
ne nas purcnased Ironi Messrs. A. S..U.J. Van
Court their interest in the above house, and leas
ed it for a term of years, and pledges himself that
no exertion, on his part, will be wanting to make
all that favor him with a call perfectly at home.
The furniture of the house has been replenish
ed throughout, and the oremises eerier al I v atih-
je:ted to a thorough renovating. The looaiion, aa
above indicated, is opposite the most active part of
ine ievee, ana equally convenient to the mora
mercantile and manufacturing part of the city
The situation is healthy, the rooms airy, and sus
ceptible of thorough ventilation.
Ihe proprietor has spared no expense in fit
ting up this house. His table shall be furnished
with the best the mat ket affords. At thebar.wh'tch
hasbeen refitted & turnished in a superior style,
he has on hand (having removed his stock of
wines, liquors and cigars from the Virginia Ho
tel Bar j aud will continue to keen, as he pur
chases from the importer in New York, a sup
ply of the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars, and hopes to receive a share of pa
tronage, proportionate to his endeavors to please.
A. C.PECKHAM Proprietor.
NOTICE. We take occasion, in addition to
iu above, to return our thanks to our friends
and the pablio for the patronage so liberally be
stowed on us during our lease of the Missouri
Hotel, and would respectfully recommend a con
tinuance of the patronage under the new man
agement, as we are assured that there will be
no deviation from former charges.
sept-24 A. & B. J. VAN COURT.
U-CHEAP CASH BOOK STOREj
A17H0LESALEand Retail Bookseller and
TT Stationer. No. 124 Main Street. Saint
Louis, Mo., keeps on liana a splendid assortment
School, Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Books
Quills, Ink, Wafers Steel Pens and .
Slates Writing and. Wrapping
: Papers; Sank Books
in great .variety, together with every other ar-
l : v:l i: 'e
uica III ma lino oi UtlSlDeSS.
Books tound tn the best manner.
tau aw .,1.. iv . 124 Main Street
Louisiana Livery Stable.
IN view of the inconveniences to which in
dividuals and the public generally have been
subjected, for the want of proper conveyances
to. and rom our city, the subscriber haa
been encouraged to establish in Louisiana, at
an immense outlay of "leii ana trusurs," a
livery atame, wen supplied With Horses, Bug
gies and Hacks.' He flatters himsel by keep-
inrv'finnalai1iMM J i il I', I , . ,
vvsvwhj uu usuii, am, wen ruDoeo, Hors
es of. all gates and color, jhited both in fh
311 1 i. .1 . ; ... '.Tr-" TT Tx
sauuie ana narness, mat ne will receive, a gen
nWrill at ailMMHnt fee,...- . ' ajn. - - - O
. wu aurui a ii uui eooimuBKy. . xsusiness fa en,
and pleasuring meD, as wall as tha travedlino-
fmramunilt,' An. I .. .1 S. . . 5
single torses, buggies, or backs, by calling at
ray -Stables betweea Georgia and Souh Caro-
iisasucai, l.:;.' ,,. ,,. .... ., ......
It ia also his design Jttt rilfl an lluiAnnnila
tion back to all the Bowling-Green courts, and
neighborhood oeetingsi'titawbich four or Bve
passengers can be obtained; His prices shall
be as low as tha lowest.
The First Guri from the Lake Citv ! !
tHE DRUGGISTS OF CHICAGO
WE, the undersigned, Druggists of Chicago, do hereby certify that the followuifj is a aorrMt ttw
ment of the amount of our sales of the Preparation known as Dr. STORM'S CELEBRATE!
SCOTCH COUGH CANDY, prepared by Mr. Hamilton Wade, a Druggist of St. Ltfeis, and w,
believe that it gave satisfaction to piany of our Customers, who use it as aremedy in Diseases of tW
Breast and Langs. ' 1 ;-ts
tvliiCAOo, September 26, 1849. '
J. II. REED & CO. 1356 Packages. II. R1CLHE, M. D. . . ? , ;. 28 Eaekaaea
L. M. BOYCE (Bv Wells) 864 F. SCAM MON, M.D. 288 n
L. SAWYER, M. D. 432 BRINK ERIIOFF & PEKTON 264 ' . .
R. & II. ANDESRON 386 Packages , - . , t c' .--!
These gentlemen informed the Proprietor that thev could have sold twice the above onsrrlirv tinef
not the dlose of the canal prevented them from
that my fellow DrugeUts and Merchants in the
, : -1 - : 11 1 - .: r 1
inr itrucic, win jiiso mi uiiir m lorwaraing tueir omen, in eviarnsra oi mc xircait ana langS) IQIS.
Medicine is .not equalled by any similar Compounfin the Union, and wherever introduced, it meets
witn ready sme. Tliougn In a very agreeable form, ndrwltn the simple appellation f "CCOth
Candy," as a Remedy in the affliction of the Bronchial Organs, it is fully fqosl to the best hottltd
mixtures of the day. This assertion will not be thought untrne when it is understood (bat in its DSaH
ufacturelhe sugar is compounded with eight vegetable medicines, than which, for the Bieantand,
Lungs, nothing better eould be prescribed by the most scientific cranium of our Medical Colleges,
But while I extol the merits of this Sugar Compound, I wonld any in justice to the Afflicted, thatch'
serration during many years service in the Drug
our Uountry, has convinced me that when disease is present, an early call on the Family Physician
would prevent much suffering, and save many dollars, yearly expended for nostnms. . . ;,
r iiAMiLiun W AD., rropnetor,
J. H.Baxvard & BarrniH, No. 140 Main street. St. Louis. Mo.. General Agent. Orders directed5
to them, will receive prompt attention.
"T? For sale by the Merchants of Louisiana.
pers, and Ca'ih & Co., which may be had at wholesale price, or on. commission if desired. , I waataai
Agnt oSorcbaser in every town that Is not et supplied.
Tmr-genuine ariicle is done up in a neat wrapper, with the Scotch Coat of Arms, and the written
signature of Hamilton- Wade on if Remember this. .' '; --
IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, MISSOURI,
OUTOBEK TERM, 1849.
' James It. Brit'on and John A. ) -. .
Woolfolk, j Civil action.
Robert Woolfolk, Robert Woolfolk, Jr., Nicholas
Woolfolk. Ann Cowen, and Covren, her hus
band, Helen B. Woolfolk, Gabriel Woolfolk, James
Woolfolk, the bcirs of Austin C. Woolfolk, the
heirs of Georgi Woolfolk, the heirs of Turner
Woolfolk, and the heirs of Norborne J. WoonlfblkJ
the names of which said heirs of Auclin C ,
George, Turner, aud Norborne J. Woolfolk. de
ceased, (except the said Gabriel and James Wool- j
folk, who are heirs of said Austin C. Woolfolk,) are
unknown and rannot be named all heirs of Rich
ard II. Woolfolk, deceased.
T Appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by
m the petition ot said plaintilTs, tha
that said Robert
Woolfolk, Nicholas Wonlfnlk, Ann Cowen and
Cowen, her husband, James Woolfolk, the'elm 12 inches in diameter bears S 61 5 W, distant
remaining heirs of said Austin C. Woolfolk, (ex-'28 links-thettce S with said line lft chains and 7f
ceptihe said Gabriel Woolfolk,)the heirs ofGeorgefiinks to a stake-thence W 18chains and 75 links
wooiioik, ine heirs i ot turner WoolfOIk, and thejtothe quarter section corner on the W boundary
heirs of Norborne J. Woolfolk. are each and all line of said section No. 18 thence S 17 chains to a
non residents or this State On motion or said stake from whxh a white oak 14 inches in disme
plaintiftV attorney, it is ordered, that said nnn-resi- ter bears N 62 ' E, five links, and a dogwood six
dent and unknown defendants be notified, by a pub
lication of this order, to be made in some newsna
per printed In this S'ate.for eight weeks successive
ly, the last insertion to be at least four weeks before
the next term of this court, that said plaintiffs have
filed their petition against said defendants, praying:
the court for a conveyance to said plaintiffs Of the
following tract of Jand, to wit : Beginning at a
post at the S. W. corner of Woods? survey tnence
N. 32 1-4 8 with the S. W. line of said Woods sur
vey, at 20 chains left the prairie on old marks plain,
in all 4-1.50 chains to the N. W. corner of said sur
veythence N. 58 1 2 E. with the N. W. line of
emirl Wnnrle' mrviv fjht.l vnavb-e vttnlnS In etll 10
cuaiiii so unas to a post on sairt line I hence S. 3-J J
12. in all aj.M viiniua iu ev puae iiieucw liortn
581-2 E. in alt 2.75 chains to a post thence S.
32 E. in all 22.25 chains to a post on the South
line of said Woods' said survey thence S. 60 1-2 9
W. in all 22 chains to the beginning containing
vi and 78 one hundredths acres, lying in Lincoln
Therefore you, the said non-residents and un
known defendants, are hereby required to be and
appear in this court, on or before the next term, on
the first day thereof, to be begun and held at the
court house, in this county, on the fifth Monday in
April next, and answer the petition, or tbe same
win oe taken as confessed.
State or Missocai,
County of Lincoln,
I, Thomas G. Hutt. clerk of the circuit court, in
and for said county, certify that the foregoing is a
true copy of an order made in the above entitled
cause, at the October term thereof, 1849.
Given under my hand and the seal of
heal said court, at oflice, tbe 1st day or No-
' vejnber. 1849.
THOMAS G. HUTT, Clerk.
Nov. 12th, 1849 n30,8w.
SEW ARRIVAL. OF
FALL & WINTER CLOTHING.
rrHE subscri'jer has iust returned from St
JL Louis with a large & well selected stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING, compmingal!
articles of gentlemen's were, calculated to suit
the gravest farmer arid gayest youth. He deems
it unnecessary to enumerate th articles, can
for what you want, and he will be sure to have
it. He has also a good supply of .
Dry Goods, Groceries, Quctnstcare,
to which he solicits the custom of his friepfs
and dealers generally. ,l '
-. , ; . . ?. - . . . f jo. RICHARDSON.
Louisiana, Sept, 24th, 1849. ' '
nTlHE subscriber begs leave to informthe oiti-
v I zens of Pike and the surroundint?Jounties.
that he has mat opened in -the lotcirooutofl
uraper's Row, water street. Louuiatt, one of
the LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
fiTriniro np r . '
- a vuno vr' w ;
' STAPLE fcFAlfCr ( '
EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
My selections are of the latest styles End of the
most approved fabrics of Engiun jTrench, and
Domestic Goods 5 and have keB purchased in
the, Fo.t.rr. Mvbote at sucll fates U will. I be.
lieve, enable me to give aton to iJie closest
dealers. i a i .1.
All persons purehasiJ foods In tbia market,
are most respectfully W " call and examine
...( nuraflaMilC elsewhere, and no
-V. .-""VT" l-f "j -ilmaea It...- klV S --
pains shall be lPMv "fTV ""i"wui yiiee
and quality of goods. , ' ,
tC. ...Her-rihe.- Having uevoiea nis entire at-
efa ate ay u t- e .
tention to the rwtaJ"r -fendins; of Dry Goods
r st.. laat twojrs rasrs, feels confident ha can
give saUsfaotioa, and hopes to merit a, portion oil
p. S. Most articles of mercnantahln rirArfnoei
.7. . iv- -v . rr r"
Will BO to wJiHO lor cooos.
en JlTW lOiA a n
THEIR SALES IN' THREE MONTHST,!
receiviDtr it in time for their business season. 1 hcca
Country Trade, who are not snpplied with Ibis PCHt
1 v T: e .1 Y . , . , . i
and Chemical Department of the Medical School of
A large snpptv will be kept with the Messrs. Drax
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. .
BY virtue and authority of certain deed of trust
to me executed by Betty Parry, of the county
of Pike and State of Missouri, and duly acknowl
edged and recorded in the nrooer cflice in said conn
ty, in book II., pages' -426,-'37,-'28 ; I shall pro
reed to sell, in front of the store door of Ihe under-'
signed in this eity, at public oolcry and aaeriony
for ready money, on the 1st day of February, 1850.
between the hours of 10 and 4 o'clock of said
day, all those tracts or parcels of land lying and be
ing in said county 'and Slate, containing 23 and
thirty-five one hundredths acres, more or ksV
bounded and described a follow s, to wit : Begin-?
nine at a stake on the division line of the nerth-
wet quarter of section nnmbrr 18, in township No.
84, N of the base line of R No. 1 W of the- 1W
nrincinal meridian, between Allen. Caldwell and
Shaw, from mtiirh atnfca a Hne-wniv sir inr.hea in
I diameter bears N 65 3 E. distant 14 links, and an
inches in diameter hoars S six degrees E, distant
13 links tbenoe E 35 chains and 70 links to a post -on
the line of the Pike county Commissioners
and thence with said line N S2 9 W, 12 chains and
36 linke fn a nnst. enrhr of said CnmmiMimtprn
land thence N68 9 E, 13 chains and 50 links wtth-
said Commissioners' line to a post at tbe centre of
said section No. 18 thence N 19 chains and 70
links to a post, from which a white oak ten inches
in diameter bears N 80 9 E, distant 41 links, and a
hickory eight inches in diameter bears N 68 W
distant 73 links thence W 21 chains and 25 links
to the beginning.
Also, another tract or parcel of land, adjoining:
the aforesaid tract, containing, by estimation, sev
en acres, oounded and described as follow a, to wits
Beginning at a stake, the N W corner of the tract
of land deeded by Samuel K. Caul well to the com
missioners of the court house and jail for the coun
ty of Pike, which stake stands in the line of t'-o
tract of land above described thence running; norrh
57 9 and 45 min. E with said lire 495 feet thencn
S 33 9 and 15 min. E. 540 feet ibence S 57 9 and
45 min. W 495 feet to tbe commissioners' line
thence N 32 9 and 15 min. W, along said commis
sioners' line to the place of beginning, near the
spring known by the name of Caldwell's spiing; '
Also, another tract or parcel of land, being Ihe
N W half of the N W quarter of section 18. town
ship 54, N of the base Hue of range No. 1 W of the
fifth principal meridian, eontainirg 75 acres ind
thirty five one hundred! hs of an arre,
Also, another tract or parcel of land, adjofoiiie'
ithe first described tract or rarer! of land "a tha
i north end, being part and parcel of ihe ' W qnar-
ter of section In, in T No. 54, N 6f tr; ase line Ja
K no. I w or the filth principal mefiuian, contain
and bounded as
follows, to wit: beginning at apost on the line be
tween Allen, Caldwell and Saw, the beating frees,
the same as describe' in le beginning of tbe first
tract of land thenye N 20 chains and 30 links to
the N boundary line of said section No. 18 thence
E with with tiij-ection line tn the Mississippi riVJ
er thence dovssaid river sooth with said line 13
chains to a state, from which a white oak tea Inch
es in diameter bears N 80 9 E, distant 41 liaks, and
a hickorv efeht Inches in diameter bears N 68 9 tv.
distant 73 Inks thence W 21 chains and 25 links '
to the place of beginning. The said four and above
described tracts and parcels of land, containing by
estimation two hundred and twenty - three acres and
thlrtr-five one hundredths of an acre, with thm
ctTtion of t went v-nine acres and a half, heretofore
akeded bv said Betty Parrv. to William Kline- anrl
Wife, will be sold as above, to satisfy tha demenrla
of John S. McCune against the estate of the said
uetty fairy, in compliance with tbe provision at
the said deed of trust. - .,. ., ,
F.. O. McQUIE, Trustee."
Louisiana, Nov. 19, 1849 tf
. NOTICE. - r
IteTotice Is hereby given tbst on Ihe first Monday
in February next, and at my oflice, in the
town of Bowling Green, in the county of Pike in
tho State of Missouri. I will oroceed. nubliclv to
adjust and allow' demands against Ihe effeeUof
Leonard M. Rodgers, assigned to me fertile bene
fit of his creditors, when and where those havinav
claims against said Rodgers, can preseat tbem for
allowance. All those indebted to said Rodges are
requested to make immediate payment, as I desire
I...H1. ... L!.L - . L . l . .
ivmue up uis nniiiim wnnoni mnr, ' j.",
! SMITHS. ALLENi 4
Pet. 9, 1849. - Assignee of L. M. Rodgers. fc
2000 Hogs Wanted:
H7E Ark s.nthrtv1-AeJ fA iMMea4 f . n- tin
WfW -we.eMx.xa. - VUllll IUT efa TP i-f,
T THOUSANto WET.T. P'irrvri nrvftsz ,
be delivered at our Pork Heme, from the 26th last,
toihefioih of Dcewber next, for which will tbe
cash will bo paid at the market price, r , , .
t . . UiniflUKACI Rk RRI1THCUW
Louisiana, Nov. It th, 184?. tf.-T nj-.j-i
r m TONS wanted immediately by Thomas
Cash. Jr.. & Co.. for whin's th liio-fia
marxei prjee ynu be j aid In Cash. ' . J ;
SJ"Te are also prepared "to Uir Hems for v
farmers at short notice and upon reasonable terms.