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OFFICE - MANUFACTORY
DR. S. ?. TOWMSEND'S
S A R S A P AHILLA,
Wttmlrr mul Itlewilng of th Aft.
7 Miff fxrkmrditmrm Medirin in tk H'mtlJ !
IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, MISSOURI,
- OCTOBER TERM, 1849.
James II. Britton and John A.
Woolfolk, ' .
Robert Woolfolk, Robert Woolfolk, Jr., Nicholas
TVoolfolk. Ann Cow cn, ami Cow en, her Inn
bnd, Helen B. Woolfolk, (isbriel Woolfolk, James
Woulfolk. the heir of Austin C. Woolfolk, the
hern of Georve Woolfolk. the heirs of Turner
Woolfolk, and the heir of Korborne J. Wooolfolk, j
a.i -r L - i : .1 l.,s ,.C Austin f ' I
me liamrs ui which hiu iicih .......... , . . . ,hM1-,.
Georrre. Turner, and Korborne J. Woolfolk, d e ! mentaiiter. ami waiiani.! .ulterior to mi lii tt cine disease
ceased, (except the said Gabriel and Jatnes Wool- tJiiiHwtromitiiiB. uigml!,ickmiic.nr.i.i-iiiiiiingthc ratient. j
f -ilk, Who are hcirS of Said Austin C. Woolfolk,) are The rreat beaoty en.l an,rim,tjr nf this fenaparilia rr all
ii.-i :nUi-r ileilirinen u. anile it eraJicates ilisewe, it inugorstes tlie
unknown ana rannnt be named ail heirs or Kicti-:lH)1 n om, of Uie r-iat
ard If. Woolfolk, deceased. shiim. ani si-mmkr mkdii:ink.s
IT Appeariug to the satisfaction or the Cotirf , by . w knnKn . jt M :lv pnri6M whl1, ,,em anJ .,,,,..
lh petition of aaiil plailltlliS, that saiq Robert the eirn, tint it rtcaln. nrw, pnre and rirb l'ht ; a -m. i
Woolfolk. Nirho as Woolf..Ik. Ann Cow en and "r notuer M ..rw.mm
Cowen, her h'.islmtitl, James Woolfolk, the;
remaining heirs of said Austin l . oollolk, (ex
cept the said Gibriel Woolfolk,) l'e heirs of George
Woolfolk, the heirs of Turnei Wujlfi.Ik, and the
heirs of Norborne J. Woolfolk, arc each and all
nnn wctilianti nf vViie ia'nTiii nwitimi rtf Maid
plaintiffs' attorney, it is ordered, that said non-resi- Vr'ZTi. jf. 5'i!i
j . i i j r l ill eA I. ....... I. a Ue eeeeive ulnlnre the pasunna, anJ hnwglit i-li tiy
siciii lauu iiuniiuwii ut:icii(itiiii. ui ii.-iiiicri., a !'..- 'physical prrertreunn ol the liertotia aietera, taesifti'ie, main !
lication of this order, to be made in some iiewspa-jaashnwn. fintm sentions, premature decay ni decline, h-"n-
if it. iriwdeiftil snccca It has peil.irmej within the la.t tn
yf-axs, more tlin ni iiniilre4 thotivanft eilrei or savaie ravef 01
ilirse. at la.t. AO.IKW tiere rnniilerril itirurahle. It ba aatcil
Hi ii.ii M atma than la.DiNI clill lren tlir three iat teaauiia.
100,000 casus mt Ueneml lleMlltjr ana want of
On. S r. Taw.rti.V SamitilUa inrijjorate. tha whole ,yten
rmatiettlu. Tit thme who oave urn meir mn.rniur aiiriv
nrHE undersigned has resumed the practice
I of the Law, and will attend the Circuit
Courts in the counties of Marion, Ralls, Pike,
Montgomery, Lincoln and St. Charles, and to
such other business as shall be entrusted to him.
His residence is at Bowling Green, Pike county.
Mo. EZRA HUNT.
July 2,1 1849.
J. 15. Henderson,
JTTORA'E YJTLJl W,
JOnice immediately above the Jewelry store
tf W K. Keniu dy & Co., on Georgia s'reet
ATTORNEV AT LAW, Bowlibc-Gbees, Mo
Will promptly attend to all business entrusted
to his cure.
N. I Mhiori
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowlisc-Gkeek, Me
OiRce in theCourt IIniie.
t ai f ?. r. l. . I inr towtuJ tuat
prrpniuea in tnis o.aie.tor num rrw iii.crirc- j b lIellMn, yuu SawpariUa a lar .uperior to a
the next term of this curt, that said p!aiiitiiT, have!
in towa'i J that Utal duaase. t onwrnption. ran lie entireljr ltoi .,JJ'T0 R'E Y Jl T LJl IV, BoiL'l 11) g- GrttW I0.
' ..1., nlt.
Rcsulurly attends the Circuit Courts of Pike
n.n. r : -l w M.i.n,v
I m 11111 sum lilllllll, IIU.C. B m . - . ,M M armtM il In Ibji 4VUIIS. L.IIIUUIII, liaiicil.mi wmtvw. ,
filed their petition against said defendants, praj ine; mlia aiidauangtb lolliematcularajitrm iuanumeaUaaruiuai !
tbo court for a conveyance to said plaintilTsof the, dajie. G r . irlllFlil. V
f..l...: r i i T7..: r.. I ranramnllon Cum
KM.I.al aha Q W .nn.orU-J.'.....' lt....a'clranM and StrenatWen. romnmntiiHi can I ruled lii-: ATTOR L. Y AT la A t , UoWUlie Ureell
K. 321-4 with the S. W. line of said Woods' M.r- Zlr.l' T.sTlei.'Si; Will promptly attend to any busincthat may
vey, at 20 chains left the prairie on old marks plain, '. A'' Stm, ar ir.e ,ci.ii..ii. a. ,e enirusted to his care.
in all 4SJM chain. In thef N. W. corner nfsai.1 siir- '' " "" "l ' I
vey tfcence N. 58 1 2 ' E. with the N. W. line ofi
said Woods' survev fold marks nlaint in all 19' P f Towsmito I Tarilj- balie.e your Sanapanlla ha been
1 I at? , , , " 1 V? P .u ' c- a 'te neana. throofh rrwidenc, of aaring my 1,1. I bat. lor
chains 25 links to a post on said line thence S. 32' i,,,ani TMra had ia bad r-ansh it became won. anJ won.. At.
r r .11 rtn . i . . . , i .t . . . . i i nr Kl.wl k.J ni.hl iwmiIi an.l .
iu mi iuaj cnains to a posi inence iioriu, iam..r.. , .?
581-2 E. in all 2.75 chains to a post thence S.
32 E. in all 2.2.5 chains to a post on the South
line Of said Woods' said surrey thence S. CO 1-2
Witn all "22 chains to the beginning containing
91 and 78 one hundredths acres, lying iu Lincolu
Therefore you, the said non-residents and un
ia. bim was'
I to In. I! I I
there has a' H
ihle lo walk .
w renuy debiitutea ano reaocea. ana uiu po, vaici
ha.a nnlv used rour SarMnarilla n abort time, and t
-uf..l akanaa Kmm wnn.kl IB " I am M .hie to walk
11 sear the city I raiee. no blood, and my rongh ha, loft mt. I
Yon. can wall imagine that I am rnaniciai lor lueie reiuiu
a'our obeilient aarrant.
W.M. RL'SSKL, Si Calbenne-it.
FIU I FIUII FlUllt
Da. S r. Tawxanp, not baring teated bit Sanapailla in raw
of Fita. of en urea, never recommeniled rt and waa anrnrited to
E. G. McftUIE,
EA LERin Dry Goods, Groceries, READY
MADE CLOTHING, Produce &c.
iM i;jt. r -J. J- v. J f: -w j i i-'itn.- - TT
oaie oi iauusjttiiu viiy juuis ior taxes:
NOTICE is hereby given, in pursuance of lawthat the city taxes Ton the MowiB Msd M
FracUonal loU or parcels ol land;, in the city of Louisiana, Pike county, Mo.,1 totthi jiu $
1849, remain unpaid on the 1st day of January, 1850, and unless the said taxes and all tosti thereon -
ha nni'd on or before the 13th dav of March next, said lots ' and fractional lots. of. land int h
thai day be offered by me for salein the city of Louisiana, for said Uxes tuttf costs, to th; ;
lowest and best bidder, or the person or persons paying the taxes and costs for the least imormt hi $
feet and inches. Sale to take place between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. Mnand4 P.Maadeos H
Untie from day to day till all are sold. - 'I
lit triose name unsetttd.
nown defendants, are hereby required to be and j raceir. the (.illowinu from u intelligent and retpecUble Farmer
appear in tbis coort. on or before ttoe next term, on woaioMaur wi
the first day thereof, to be began 'and held at the
oiirt bouse, in tbis eountr, on the fifth Monday in
April next, and answer the petition, or the same
wiu oe taken as confessed.
Statx or Missocbi, )
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
anse at the October term thereof, 1849,
i Seal 1 1
va.'W ' 1
Given under my hand and the seal of
said court, at office, the 1st day of No-
THOMAS G. HUTT. Clerk.
Nov. 12th, 1849 n30,8w.
IN PIKE CIRCUIT COURT, SEPTEMBER
, - . TERM, 1849.
Elizabeth Boxlet, Plain ti IT, i Petition
. , : I for
Le'lavb Boxlet. Defendant. Divorce.
T O W at this day appears the plaintiff", by Thomas
McQueen, her next friend, and tiles her peti
tion! prayinsr a divorce from the bonds of matrimo
ny heretofore contracted and entered into with said
defendant! and it appearing b affidavit filed with
aid petition that the residence of the defendant is
unknown, it Is therefore ordered by the coort that
notice be 'given to said defendant of tbe filing of
saiu petition, and that unless he appear at tbe next
April term of this court, to be begun and held at
the court boos "fn the town of Bowling Green, in
Pike.eouoty, Misseari, oathe 1st Monday of April
next, and Answer said petition within the time al
lowed, the same will be taken as confessed, and tbe
prayer thereof eranted: and that a copr of this or
der be published in some newspaper printed in this
State, tor eight weeks successively, the last inser
tion to be at least four weeks before the first day
! a . a . a a '
i me next term oi wis court, ana continued.
A true copy Teste: .
J. M. MARTIN, Clerk.
Net-ember 26, 1819 32o8w.
In Pike Circuit Court, September Term,
:,1849.'. - .
Abner L McElwee & Mary McElwee, )
by James Mills, her guardian Peti
tioners. . ',
Josiah Henry & Ann Henry, his wife,
Ross McElwee and Naomi, hfs wife,
Josephus F D Thornton and Eliza
beth. Jane, bis wife, and John N.
Massey, and James D Masssey, mi
nors under 21 years Defendants.
NOW here come said petitioners, and file their
. amended petition, verrified by affidavit, for
partition cr sale of the following described real es
tate of James McElwee, deceased, viz : the W 1-2
8 Er. of sec. 8, T 63, N R 2 W, containing 80
acres f lso, the W 1 2 S E qr. of see. 8, T 53, N
R 3 ' W, containing 80 acres making, together,
160 acres,; and it appearing to the court from said
petition that said John N. Massey and James D M
Massey, are minors, the court appoints Nicholas
P. Minor their guardian, adlitem, and orders bim
to execute his bond to their use, and said Minor ap
pears in court, accepts said appointment, executes
his "bond, which is approved, and joins in said pe
tition; and ft appearing from the affidavit that said
Jonah Henry and Ann, his wife, Josephus F. D.
Thornton and Elizabeth Jane.his wife, are not resi
dents of tbis State; It Is therefore ordered that they
be notified of the filing of said petition, and that
unless tbey be and appear in said court at the next
term thereof, to be begun & held at the court house
in the town of Bowling Green, within and for said
county of Pike, on the first Mondav of Aoril next.
and plead, to or, otherwise answer said petition,
wuuin six usT.i iroiu ira nrsi oay oi sain lerm,
judgment by default will be rendered against them
In the premispj ; and ordered that a copy of this or
der be published' in some newspaper published in
thisnty, fbr eight week successively, the last
insertion to be at least foor weeks before the first
day of .tfcenext term of this court, and continued.
",it . .1;.,-, - A true eonv.
Testi er, ,. , ). M.MARTIN, Clerk.
December , 3 J, 184!). ... (n33 8w)
-ML &.TOTER fLOTIII.Ba-
raiH'k subscriber lias lust returned from Si-
JR.' -Louis with a large & well selected slock of
njfiu I'jujijjc ui u, comprising aji
articles f getwlemen's ware, calculated to suit
the gravest farmer and gayest youth. . He deems
it unnecessary to enumerate he articles. Call
forfrhat you wanf, ahrl he will Be sure to have
it. "e bas also a '(Jod'snpply' of . ' i" '
v; , ' Hardware,
to which he sol'tjits; ifxa utm of " his friends
ij..i .. .' '
5 nr. 't' r JOS, RICHARDSON. ,
IiianalSerflhiJSW. '., ; , ..
FmrJkam -Imwud IS 141?
V. 8 F. Twiwvi Dear Sir : I hae little girl, wren yi'
of ae, who baa bceo MTtral yean ailticted with Kiti; tried j
alnmt eveiy thing for her, but without eoeeeee ; at last, ftlUumgh
we could una no reemmnvnaauon in ynnr cirramri ror ceuvsj iikv
hen, we thought, m she was in ery delicate health, we would
give her soma of your Sartapenlla, end are glad we did. for it not
only i loud her strength, bnt h has had no r
lo our very great pleasure and snrpiise.
nigged tad tteeitny mr i
retnrnof the Fit.
Hhe is fitft becootinc
hich we feel gratefuL
Vowi repectfuJly, JOHN HITLER, J.
De 8 F. TewttKxoa SanaperilU la anvereirn and creedy
euro for Incipient Cotmnptron, Bamnoeea, frolafs I'tfri. or
rUUDg of the Womb, lUTerteaa. Tiles, Leuconhva. or Whites. I
oostrncted or difficult Memtraatinn, Incontinence of I'rine, orj
mrolantary discbarge tbereni, and for the general praatratioaoi prices
the sTsten no matter whether the result of inherent cause or , I
oases, produced by irreguwnty, Uipsss or seeiaen. othiDgran
P. Car n,
ATTOUAEY JIT Uiir,
k TTEND2 reeulariv the court of Pike
V Lincoln and St. Charles counties
ff3AdJres Prairieville. Pike county, Mo
DR. VM. W. WISKt
(.Unit Strttt Louisiana JUitsouri)
fender of Dry Goods, Groceries, Dye'
Staffs, Paints, Oils, & J'arnisies.
O" He also keeps constantly on hand and
for sale a good supply of FAMII. Y MEDI
CIJES, warranted genuine. All of which
will be sold as tow as the Lowest.
n? Please call and examine goods and
Banning, Le'i F.
Heirs of G. W. Dunliain.
Miller, Geo. W.
Stephens, Jas. A.
Zeigler, Thos. !
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333 43 60 Shaw & Caldwell
397 40 60.
. 606 70 60
607 70 60'
323 43 60.
475 56 60,
476 56 60
57 6 60!
55 7 60!
Sl-2 289 22 60'
189 28 60
191 za 60.
- rr 4
192 28 60
209! 28' 60 j
212 28 60
90 18 60
151 IS' 60
Mailt y, E. 9 5-8 acres fractional sec. 17, S. 54, It. 1 W
January 28th. 1850. 10 Gv.
WILLIAM LVOV. TV.M... .1 " i
- - ' a a av u ft VI SJS1114
- Collector City of Louisitna. '?
ba mora anrpriaing than Ha invirontiaa; .Sacta oo tha human
frama. reran a, aJfwnkDaaa and laaattada. fram taking it M oar.
tac.aia robust tad fhU of nrrfj andar iu influenca. It iram
diatalr eonntaracta th. narvaleainasa of Ui. femal. fram which
ta the graal catitg of Bai rannaaa It will not ba .ipactad of aa, in
oaati of ao dalicata natara. to .ahiltit certiflcata. of enrw par.
farmtKl, bat can mn tba aSlartad. thai knaorada of raaa.
kmv. baa report a4 to na. Thoounda of eaaaa wbar. familia.
ba,a beaa without enildran. aiar aainf a faw bottlaa of thia rn.
auuaui. Maaiotna. a, a ma niaaaca n an., oaaimr ooapnof . ;
Craal Blcaadna; to Hot ben ami Cblldran. I
It is th. aafaat and BMHt afferlnal madmn. for tmrifTin. th. ara. ,
ta.., and relMvirig tk. aaSarinfa attanriant apna ehildbirtk avar j
daaemwad. It atraatrUiaa, brKh tlw oantrrar ami UwekiU. piaaanu :
WCUE.1P C.1SH HOOK STOHEj
U TTIIOLES ALE ami Retail Bookseller and
T 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 Writincr and Wrapiiinc
r.' T'lZ I Papers; Blank Books
and altar eonSneawat, as it prorata daaaaaea attaudant npon child-1 in ftTeul variety, tngether Willi every Other ar-
IfSI IU in VfUl afiaaiBML, iiiai, a lauiu, Daciii v aaiai a' - a - a - i: f 1
Hcartbata. VoaiiUnc. Paia ia Ua Bark and Loioa.''" in uia hue ui miuri.
J. II. UEKDS.ro.
L. M. IU)VrK(B. Ve!l)
I.. SAWYEK, M. 1).
1'alaa raina. Hennrrbaca. and in raaalatuc tba aarrationa and
f 'jaalninK th. circa latino, it kaa no aqnal. Tba (ml bra at, of
tiiu wadicin. ia, it ia alwaya wife, anil tb. moat dvlicau uc it
mnat aoccatuU. vary Caw eaaaa nvjuira any other madiein.
in aoaw a bttla t'aator OU, or Maguaus la naafuL Kaaicn. n
tha on air. and light food witk Uua awuicin.. will aiwaja
aacura a aaaa and aaay connncaiant.
. GIRLS, READ THIS.
Tna who ha, pal. complcxiona, dull area, blotcbas on Ui. fee,
rough akia or frarkln. and are -oat of apirita,' ua. a buttle or
two of Ur. a P. Townacnd'a SanapariUa. It miU clean,, jour
blood, reino. th. fracktn and blotcbea. and fir. too animation,
aparkling eyas, tn. apirita. brautifnl complcaion ail of which ara
af inmanaa ralue to nnmarried ladies. Thouaanda and thouvainU
at feiaala. who ware waited by dutan. and dark about the era,,
an bow ia tba eiyojawut of aiceUeot haaltli, bj atiiif tktf
Books l .miitl in the best manner.
Call and examine No. 124 Main Slrfat
Boot and Shoe Factory,
Till', undersigned hep Ickve to announce to
I,!. nl,l r.;a...l. ...,1 ..1. 1.n... nn.l II a ....I.
Ill Wl'. liiSllun wmoivmi.. p., 0t .I.e. II 1 1 1'-
jic generally, that lie is again cngagid in hi old
Hoot and Mine .Making
in their midst, and solicits from them a share of
patronage. He has now on hand a pood variety
work, done in the LATEST STYLES, of the
best materials and by experienced and finished
workmen, who are in his employ constantly man
ufacturing work to order.
33" His establishment is on the northern side
of Georgia Street at the sign of the
ltTaliocaiiy Counter cVhoe Store,
where he will at all times be pleased to receive
calls and orders lor work.
P. S. The attention of gents wanting dress
Boots of the latest styles and best quality, is nar-
ir" IV"- - ...., ..-- ,i,euiar.v invited lo lua stock on Hand as a sneci.
1 am now ao leara ni t J . . . 1
men. a3 won 1 lorgei me sign 01 me vwioga
ny Counter and Shoe Store.' L. N.
Louisiana, Aug. fa'lh, 1849. ly.
Of J.naflr City, aa old and highly refpec table cl
Baptiit D.nomination, handed in tb. lollowinf t
8. K Townaaad'a olBca. It apealu far Uaalt
BUtkmMt fflaad. Xtrl 14. 14.
Da. a r. Towaar.o Doar Sir : I hare euttared tai ribly for nine
yean with th. Rheamatian ; coneiderahle of tha time I could not
eat, elep or walk. I bad th. ntmuet diatmainf paina, aad lay
liaiba were terribly ewollen. I bar. oeed friur botUea of a out
SanapaiiUa, and taey bare dona aw auna than on. tbnaiand
dollara worth of good, I am ao much better indeed I am entirely
relieved. Too are at libaity lo use thai for tba benefit of tbe
Toara retnectfully, JAMES CL'MMINOB.
Tha Bar. JobvM Scajar,
clargvnaa of tha
caitiAcate at vt
Townaaad'a office. It apealu
Da. a r. Tawaaaao Dear Sir : I am conatrained to gire yoa a
atatemaat of th. beoeflt I derived from using your sereaparilla,
believing, by ao aoing, I ahall render a benefit to thnee who an?
auffering aa I have been. I waa reduced tor many montha by tb.
Dyapepaia. " "ineh that it waa with much difllculty fur ate to
wain or Keep auoot. I aaa aiao a tetter, wnicn covarao ta. seal
part of my bead which waa extremely trouhleaom. and anr. ; il
at tn ba almost a acab. I a led ouiu a Dumber of remediaa ibt
both thoemnplainta, but received litUa or no beoeflt, until I took
your Saraaparilla, wkick, through tha kind neat of rrovidane., kaa
reatnrea me to mora man my uaual heiltti,
better than I hava Sir a number of tears.
age. I believe it to be an invaluable medicine, and recommend it i men,
lo my iruaverouj acquaintance,, waica a, varv large, aa I Bar. been (
a minieier a g raat many years. nop. tnia nasty satetca may oe
mt mucu ueneni 10 you aa your medicine nee w ma.
July II, 1847. JOHN SKUHR, Jersey City.
The fnllnwhw waa aant tn onr Agent ia Bahwav. br th. Has
J. O. TL'NISO.N. of tb. Methodist Kpiacopal rhurch one of th.
most learned and respected ia the connection end ia another
evidence o; tne wnnuenui enecu ol ur. 9. r. 1 oanaand a buna
Barilla on the ayatem.
Fairao rrseae Having tor some time past, as yoa are aware,
experienced great general debility of my system, attended with
constant end alarming irritation of my throat and lunge, I waa, at
your instance, and in consequence of having read Captaia
McLean's decided testimony in its behalf induced to try Dr. 8. t.
Townaand tar-famed Hareaperilla. I tried it, I confess, more in
the hope than In In. confidence or its proving eaicacmoe ; but I em
bound in candor now to acknowledge, that had not tried tt long
before I beganT to experience Ha salute rr effects : and I may now
eay.wilh Captain McLean, "Umt I would not be without it oa any
corisideratina." It kaa dona ma more good than any prertoas
ramedr I bar. tiled, aad if thia statement it deemed be roaof
any importance too nave my luu consent to auut. it public.
Rahway, Auruat Sd, IS47. J. O. TUN
Louisiana Livery Stable.
5 dividual and the public generally liave been
atihier.tri. for the want or nrnner Mtivninnsi
way. Augu-Sd. 1817. J. O. TUNISOS. L ' flf ...
, , - .., , .va uiiu sum vs . a . j .ut? .UUDLI1U11 lias
VaTaVerVBjAt liVltaVU ' , . . . .a , . . . .
Thl. cartiAcale ooncln.lvelr Prove, that this SarsaMrilla hai" uiag.u a "' uuiaiuiiu,
perfect control over the most obstinate diaeaaea of tha blood. 1 an immense outlay Ol toil and treasure, a
ihr P.--cured ,n w.njci.i. I yery wel, ,Upplied with Horses. Bug-
Da. s. r. T.wa.r..-Dei!rsirt i hare th. pieaeur. to inform' ge and Hacks. He flatters himsel by keep-
voo that three of n.y children hare been eared of the Scrofula inK conststly on hand, and Well rubbed, hors
liy the use of your excellent medicine. Thee mere afflicted ear. ' . . .... .. ' .
severely with had Rotes; have takea only four bottles; it took ,8 Ot all gates ana COlOTS, Stilted both to the
saddle and harness, that he will receive a gen
erous support from community. Business men,
them away, for which I feel myself under great obligatoa.
v cry nepocuuuy,
ISAAC W. CHAIN, ISS WooaUrt
OPINIONS OF PHTSIOIAIfl.
Da. S. P. Tewirsaisp is almost daily receiving orders Creo
Physicians la dilrerant paila of the I'nlon.
Taia U Sa. rmr4.hr tl.ml waa Ik. 'mnAmlmmm ,.... .f Vaa
City of Allrany, have in numeroue case, prescribed nr. 8. P mv. Sr-iViloe
Townaend , Sarsanarilla. and beUeve it ta ba ana of the awm ' c,lau,es
valaabla praparatioos tn the market
11. P. Plll.Wts, M. D.
J. WILSON, M. D.
j r. a. anions, m. d.
. " . P. K. r.LMKNOOBP, M. V.
Albary. April 1, 1847.
Dr. a P. TowneenJ'a Principal OtRce has bees removed Iron, ISS
Fulton, to 8)1 Nassau street, in tbe building foimexly occupied hy
the South Baptist Church.
Aokts. Bedding fe Co, No Sate-atreet Sad Mn T, IDddir,
No I OS (ourt. street, Boston ; Samuel Kiddw, Jr.. teweU; Henry
Pratt Selem; Jaaua B Uraea Worcester; AllMoa fc Oauli
tMCOrd i J. Balch fc Sen. Piosidenee t ami he Oroeeiata and
Merchants general throughout the United Statea, Waal IptUaa,
aad the Ceaadaa. . ; , . , .
. '. I0B SAL BT
I. N. BJIYSON & CO..
Louisuwi, lee. I0t, . i n34
The First Gun from the Lake City !!
TTin lniT'i,'Ti'.' up ni i in t i r ipurtn o a r rct war .vsnr-iv-.
i hl, uBuuuisia js iyniv.iuu i nun o.iijr.o ii xntiL.tU OlUAlaSf)
tliTE,tlie unileri!!icil, Druscists of Ciiicago, do hereby certify that the following is a rorrret stalX
meiit oflhe amount of mir nales of the Preparation known as Dr. STORM'S CELEBBATU)
SCOTCH COriJII CANDY, prepared hv Mr. Hamilton Wade, a Dmeeist of St. Louis, and w.
believe that il gave atttisfucliun to ui.tny of our Customers, i bo use it as a remedy in Diseases of ttt
mriM aim j.titigs. .
Chicago, September 26, 1849.1
i?M I'acUapes. It. RICHIE, M. D. 288 PackanM
Hf.4 " V. SCAMMOaX, M. D. 288
Vl-2 " BRINKERHOFF fc PENTOX 264 ' ' et
II. & II. AMJESROaN 386 Packages ,j
Tiiese cPntlemen iufnrni?d the I'mprielnr that they could have sold twice the above quantity I si
not the close of the canal prevented them from receiving it in time for their business seascn. 1 hen
that my fellow l)niirpit and Merchants in the Country Trade, who are not supplied wiib tliispoiisi
lar article, will lose no time in fornaiilintr their orders. In Diseases of the Breast and Lunesj tha
Medicine is not equalled by any similar Compouud in the Union, and wherever introduced, it wrrw
with ready sale Though in a very ajrrceaMe form, and with the simple appellation of Coufk
Candy," as a Remedy in the a miction of the Bronchial Organs, it is fully equal to the best boUlei
mixtures of the day. Tbis assertion will not be thought untrue when it is understood that in lianas?
ufarlure the sugar is compounded with eight vegetable medicines, than which,, for the Biestaa4
I.uugs, nothing better could be prescribed by the most scientific cranium of our Medical Collcgra,
But while I extol the merits of this Sugar Compound, I would say in justice to the Afflicted, that tV
serration during many years iu the service Drug and Chemical Department of the Medical Schools!
our Country, has convinced me that when disease is present, an early rail on the Family Physicisa
would prevent much suffering, and save many dollars, yearly expended for nnsfenm. ' L
IIAMILTOA WADE. Proprietor.!
J. II. Bar.x4.ro & Brother, No. Mi) Main street, St. Louis, Mov General Agent. Oiders diiectcd
to them, will receive prompt attention.
5T5- For sale by the Merchants of Louisiana. A large supply will be kent with th MeearcJ rVait
per, and Cash & Co., which may be had at wholesale price, or on commission if desired. I want aa
Agiil or Purchaser in every town that is not yet supplied. - - 'V
The genuine article is done up in a neat wrapper, with the Scotch Coat of Arms, and the wrhim !
signature oi namuion ttaueonit Kememoer mis. .
So. i!3 Kouth-ERHt corner Morgan and
ltlaiii Streets, St. I.ouix.
(directly opposite the Missouri Hctrl,)
WILLIAM S. MOORE.
Combination Air-Tight Cook rtTes,
Premium, Parlor, and Heating Stoves
ol the latest patrons.
JEWETT'S IMPROVED CARY PLOUGH
AT IVUOLESALE JIJS'D RETAIL,
Jf" Merchants and others will find it totheii
interest lo give me a call, as 1 will sell very low
lYo. 213 corner Morgan Main street
July 9th 1849. W. S. MOORS.
NEW FUTURE STORE.
In BartleWt How, Georgia Street,
Bricc & Young.
rpiIE SUBSCRIBERS are now prepared to an
-- nounce to the citizens of Pike and tbe adjacent
counties, that they have, and intend keepintr on
hand, a LARGE A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
OF FURNITURE, suited to the wants and capaci
ties of our improvine country. Our stock has
been selected with care, to hich we will con'
stantly add by purchase, as well as by our own
manutaciure, and consists in part ot
BUKl.AU:, plain aud scroll tronts;
CHAIRS of every description, with many other
articles unnecessary to mention. . .
rersons desiring articles iu our line, - would, do
well to give us a call, as we are sure .they can do
and pleasuring men, as well as the travelling
community, can at any time be supplied with. better with the same money here than by visitimr
! 1 - 1 I. ! t 1 1 1 1 - . . I . a C - . . V. a, .. n. Oi
single nurses, utiggica, r intuits, uy calling aiitno sroros oi oi. j.ouis. ' UK1CC.K. IUUXVU.
C, 11 t - a" 1 t a-.
my- cmuuibs uetween ueorgia ana ooun Caro
It is also his design to run an accommoda
tion haclfto all the Bowling-Green courts, and
neighborhood meetings, to which four or five
passengers can be obtained, His prices shall
he as low as the lowest. . .
"lTILL be sold on the 2d day of March next, at
" my residence 7 miles west of Loftislana,
the following personal property, to-wlt: Hones.
Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, farming utensils, and other
ITnmri .Hnmn laniuies too tedious to mention. , -j r
Jieilip- UCIIiPa , a credit of 12 months will be ffiveu on all sums
SLf TONS wanted immediately hy Thomas of five do'hrs and upwards, by the purchasers
zJXF Cash. Jr., & Co., for which the highest K'"g hond with approved security. All sums un-
market rl will he I airl in P,. M ao". required. The
- - rnrirstf a r x eu t. e rn farm on which I reside will also be rented.
TliUHAS L-ASH, J., & CO. I Feb. nth, '60 JOHN GILMORE.
P. S. Undertaking attended to at the shortest
uotice, and at reasonable rates. K, . B & Y!
December 3d, 1849.
MISSOURI HOTEL, pi , :iT
M Corner of Main and Morgan struir. Sam
Louis, Afo. The subscriber would rrt
s pec t fully inform his friends and the puUic, tbs
he has purchased from Messrs. A. &. B. J. Vsb
Court their interest in the above house, and leas
ed it for a term of years, and pledges himself tlai
no exertion, on his part, will be wanting to icaka
all that favor him with a call perfectly at home.
The furniture of the house has been replenish
ed throughout, and the premises generally sub
jected to a thorough renovating. - The location, as
above indicated, is opposite tbe most active part cl
the Levee, and equally convenient to the mors;
mercantile and manufacturing part of the city.
The situation is healthy, the rooms airy, and sus
ceptible of thorough ventilation.' . sr
The proprietor has spared no expense in fits
ting up this house. His table shall be furnished
with the best the maiket affords. At the baf.whica
hasbeen refitted & tarnished in a superior style?
he has on hand (having removed bis stock si
wines, liquors and cigars from the Virginia Ho-.
tel Bar) and will continue to teen, aa he pur
chases Irotn the importer in New York, a svp
ply of the choicest brands of Wines, Ijorwrsi
and Cigars, and hopes to receive a share of pe
tronage, proportionate to his endeavors to pleaMr g
a lavniiAUi A IvpriCIUI. TJ
' : . .!-. -. i'lii
NOTICE. We take . occasion, in addition ti fl
.1 , a . s a I t . - 1. .
me auove, to return our. manxa 10 our inenaa,i
and the public for the ratronaze so liberally be f?'
stowed on us during our leas of the Missomf ; i
Hotel, and would respectfully recsmmend actH':1
tinuance of the patronage under the new ross a
agemeni, as we are assured mat mere wiu ts,
no deviation from former charges. ,: .
aept-24 ; , A. & B. J. Y AN COURT.; 1 1
aa x iax virt,ifM wui i, ucy;icriivcr a crirve j
. i :.. i4. : i i '"-.wj -
"Thomas W. Norvell, plaiatin, ) , Peu'tiea
vs. on,- y
John J. Aooleberrv. defendant, l contract.
A ND now at tbis day appears the, plaintiff f
John B. Henderson, his attorney, and ?
pearins to the court on affidavit; that the defts.
ant ia a non-resident of this State. It ia Ihirefts a
ordered that he be notified that the plaintiff, on tto ;1
4tti day or August, Sled his, petition
office of the Clerk of the circuit court of said eoBSr
tv. fcr tha aunt nf three hundred doltara. and SSi
ess said defendant appear before-the Judge of ssie
circuit court, at toe next tern tereo!, to N 9C9 y
ana oeia at. tne courr pouse uvowiisg ureBf
said county; on the first Monday of April next.sa
answer saia peunon, juatrwent will n renotr
aMlMAbirn fn i A Maa& . A AM a! IimI S
Wisv BSH- aw. wn. . MlWlSVa y WJIW .lieiaCT.-
Test: : J. MaiMARTLN.ClwfceM
December Sd. 1849. fn83 8w.)