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" TEfJEOBATHIC DESPATCHES. '
New York. May 6.
The Empire City bringi news from San
Francisco to lit April, inelnaive, being one
month later. ' The steamer California left
9at frtncifOfton the afternoon fit lit Aprl,
with reenter "sails and 420 passengers for
Panama, woicn poii ne reacaea on we xoa
AnriL.and her passengers set off tmmedi-
atetr fpir Cnagres. .She brought $1,700,000
afl fa goid, on freight. The' miners are
commencing their lammer operations : if is
estimated that .orer. 100,000 are at or on
the way to the' mines. . Money continues
eareer the scarcest of any article the
' exorbitant rate of 10 per cent, per month
beta still the current rate of interest
Lmnoer Is still depressed and great quao
fins ire' 'arriving..'. The enmnt price it
480 to f 100 per M. for 'American.' rural
tare of all kiuds very high. The price of.
passage , per steamer,,irom aan x rancisco
to .Sacramento City is still high, $20. ,
Thjr have been number of failure! a
mong the merchants, among which is that
efthe house of Frank, Ward & Co., one of
the heaviest houses in San Francisco.
The Empire City brings 30 passengers,
but no gold. ' i
Under the head of advancement the pa
pers say, that the condition of San Francis-
CO is as progressive as a iocoiddiits engine
under full headways We have seen two
theatres nightly open; concerts, balls, din
ner parties end splendid military suppers.
The shop windows exhibit all the elegance
that civilization has produced in all quar
ters of the globe.
Lieut. Muer, of U. S. N., has in contem
plation the erection of a telegraph to com
municate with the seacost from this place
the sites for staffs are well selected, and
hie enterprise has , the, encouragement of.
toe mercantile community or San r rancis
eo. Soring no w approaches, and the south
era towns are beginning to be deserted, the
population flocking to the mines. ine
roads ere fast becoming passable in the
boito ana eontn.
. SECOND DISPATCH.
. 'iWashwotobj, May 8, r. at.
Hoetc Amendments of the Whole to
Census bill, was then taken up. Mr. Vm
ton's amendment continuing the law in force
for taking subsequent census was cancur
reditu Mr. Vinton's seeond amendment
was then read, when Mr. Thompson of Pa.
moved to limit the number of members un
der next apportionment to 233. The ques
tion was taken on the amendment, and a-
greed to, ayes 93, nays 78. The question
was then' taken on Vinton's motion, as a
tx ended by Thompson end egreed to, yeas
lift, nays The bUl was then engrossed
and passed, yeas 109 nays 61. Mr. Thomp
son, of Pennsylvania, moved a reconsider
ation of the vote, and the motion was laid
bn the table. '
The House then went into Committee
of, the Whole on the California . Mes
saee. , . ,
. i Mr. Winthrop, having the floor, said that
Congress had the right to apply the proviso,
and that southern men bad no nzht to com
plain.'' Reproaches onght to be for those
among themselves, and their allies at the
North, who insisted on bringing Territories
into the Union, and which they foreknew
would produce domestic strife. : y -
.Mr. Osr followed, when the committee
rose end the House adiourned.
StXATC Jefferson Davis offered a series
of resolutions of the Mississippi Legislature
- ia defence, of the proeedings in that State
' in relation 'to the holding of the southern
Convention. The resolutions were t laid
1 wn the table and ordered to be ; print
ed.' .,;.,;-'.! . .
THIRD DISPATCH. .
On presentation of the resolutions of the
Mississippi Legislature; Mr. . Jefferson Ut
vis read at great length from the address
' of the JJtate Convention, to show that all,
.Sorts to charge that, it originated in any
: desire for disunion were either maliciously
rfuse' or ' tgnorantly conceived, t tie con
-trifUd the Mississippi proceedings with
the proceedings, of various Free Soil con'
vealioas in the ast and West which were
allowed to pass without rebuke, and which
bad, in faotIed.toihe present discontent
nd alarm lat the Sonth.,ii-
r- Tne' resolution ; wax ''laid' on' lh4' itable
ftsd ordered to be printed.
i:i 3 v J :Gomjfwnb'i- Plan of Committee
i..itt ,s..i.i :.t .-A of iThrteen...,' t
of , Thirteen.. .
Mr.' Clay is ; now. reading the report of
tne vommuiee oi 4 nmeen, oi wuicn ine
.ioMowins is an abstratt '.:
. 1st. The Committee arc tujanimously of I
cpmion (bat new.. States may. be formed
. ent of Texas,, nnder the terms . of eompaetj
tMterea. into oy tne u nuea oiaxes, in ibb
iMfolotion.of annexation, (and that hen
1'1bey ari io formed, they have a clear .and,
'.' WoufetetJ tight to b" admitted into the
i't not ; thinkbat any plan fqr the',.fornia-j
' of new States should be orieinaUd by
r !,Cref, but should b left to the peoplejia f hree yeaft from said dale, tbev
t pWl also,'tbat inch new Stakes BouMjW'to'W frmhe saefits otg
. a JhwJ -i-, iM-JH mJ ' i- r, ROBERT WELD Y. A
eonit of thn taBt..or.prmMpn9fj
W. Ix'Wridarittff the'qiiesUon of tb
- '-iBKWKsjsj aveot opinion, was tywj KW,
ab"f we nroeeungs aniooeeen ,w ,
1 W?nctioosfof ahfiififficricW tis -thA
ion should, in consideration of the many
circumstances of her position, be overlook
ed, end recommend the passage of the bill
reported by Mr. Douglas for her admission
unto tbe union as a State.
Owing to an interruption at Washing'
ton, this, report was not finished when the
office closed. ....... .
Clasksvillz, Mo., May 2, 1850.
Messrs. Editors: Hon will pleaie announce
my -name in the next number or your paper, as
an independent Democratic candidate to repre
sent this county in the next Legislature.
At the proper time, and upon all suitable occa
aiont, I shall present to the people of the county
a full expression or my sentiments in relation to
t . . . i ?.-A - 1
me vanoua topics tnai may oe aeitaiea aunng
It is sufficient for the present to observe, that
in thus presenting myself to the people of the
county, I have only exercised a right common to
ail free American citizens, and one which has
not been surrendered into the bands of any man
or any body or men.
very respetluiry your odc. rrvi..
For the Banner.
Mr. EditorSir. I wish to say through the
medium of vour paper, that 1 am an Independ
ent candidate for a seat in the lower , branch of
our next Legislature, and that I will as soon as
nracticable. and noon all suitable occasions.
make known to the voters ol old Pike my views
upon all the political topics of the day, and that
are likely to be acted upon by our next legisla
ture. - ... .i . . ......
Having long since been known to believe that
party organization, and parry nomination Were
attended with anli-Re publican consequences,
and that the tendency of which was to keep up
strife tor the interest of pnrfy, anil not for prin
ciple and the good of the people, will supercede
the necessity of any farther apology for thus an
nouncme mveir a candidate.
i . After giving to the people of the county my
views upon all the questions that may be agita
ted in the coming canvass, I shall rely upon their
intelligence and integrity to give me a name,
such as my political principles deserve wheth
er it be Democrat, Whig, r ree soiler, or nmu
fier, is not for me to decide.
Very respectrullv yours, &o.,
Louisiana, May 3d, 1850. SO-tf.
JrS" We are authorised to announce Mathiw
Gitews a candidate for re-election to the office
of Sheriff of Pike oounly, at tbe ensuing election
io August next.
5J 3m Wm mm anthnrizad to InnonnM MastEK
a.5 -- - - -- . .
H. Ivmn mm m ndiiaia lor ina omce OI Ar
or of Pike count v. at the ensuing Angnst elec
lion. y- fma6.1 '
TSm We are authorized to announce Capf . Wm,
S. LorLAVD as a esndidat to renrrsent this DfS'
trict (composed of Pike and Ralls counties,) in tbe
Senate or Mtonri eabject to a district convea
Hon, if one is tMld. . , , .;
?T" We are authorised to announce Thomas
Cass. Jr., as an independent candidate for the
Sheriffalty of Pike county, at the nut August
Ill ISS M. J. ORR, respectfully inform the citi
"A tens of Louisiana, that she will opeo a school
on Monday, the 13lb inst., in the panonage house
adjoining tbe Mrthodist Church, where she will
be happy to receive tbe patronage of such of her
frieadis as may choose to send their children. She
will teach all the branches usually taught in the
best common school needle work and drawing,
on reasonable terms, and flatters herself that ahe
will be able to render satisfaction tobrr patrons.
The bouse has been well fitted up, and as will
be apparent to alt, is most pleasant) situated for
tbe comfort and convenience Of scholars. Refer
to E. Draper & Brothers for any informaHon desir
ed. , f Louisiana. May 13 2w.
Lumber! Lumber!!; Lum-
ber!!! . i '-.
Ifirt nnn feet Wisconsin pine
S-" vF, vvf vr LUMBER. assorted60i)00well
seasoned and 50,000 SHINGLES, for sale by
May I3th, 1850 LUCE K MUHKAi.
Fancy1 Silk Bonnetts.
ONE DOZEN, new aod beautiful, jut received
and rorss.lbv . LUCE & MURRAY.
May 13th, 1850.
LICKS, large size, in store and for sale
by ma!3 . LUCE & MURRAY.
TO pay CASH, or Goods at Cnh prices, for 6000
lhs. enntitrv m-xnmA Rftnn anil T.afiI. hv
May 13th. t - LUCE & MURRAY.
IITOTJCE Is hereby given 'that tbe undersigned
1.hs ebtained from 4h Clerk of the County
Court of Pike, letters ofadminirtratibn on the estate
of Prria. Dvslev, deceased, bearing date tbe
18th day of March, 1850." - ' :;
All persons having claims against said estate,
are requested to present them within one year from
the date of said letters; and if not presented with
in three years from said date, they will forever be
precluded from the benefits of SHid estate.
. 1MUMAS J. v. i auu, Aam r.
May 13tb. 1850. . (51-3)
NOTICE is hereby given that the undeasigned
he obtained from the Clerk of the County
Court of Pike County, letters of administration on
ithe estate of Jobs L. Jokss, deceased .dated, tbe
v'AJlaersens bavins: elaims a era mst said estate,
are requested to present them within one year from
tee date ersaie letters; ana u not presrwea who-
wui lorever ee
-.May I8th, 1850V i
RJOT1CE is hereby gtvei to an penonsJnterest
iv that at the- next Jnae term' of the Coon-
Zoavr er nts county, mo., i win m
al isetOemsnt of the estate ef Jok
ase4.x WILLIAM D-GBEK,
Mav6th. ?l -'-.'-eo-
To the Public.
CIRCUMSTANCES af an unpleasant char
acter impel me to notice, in a public man-
ner. the slanderous statements of one
Joseph Mackey, tonching mj veracity in a
business transaction, and to seal his mali
cious fabrications as base coin upon lus own
lips. Tbe circumstances oat of which this
difficulty grew are briefly as follows t
In the year 1841, John K. Carter, former
ly of Clarksviye,gavesaM Mackey a Deed
of Trust upon a certain negro boy named
Kingston, sometime during the next year
said Carter gave me a mortgage on the
same boy. Mackey brought suit on his
deed of trust, and I filed my answer that I
was not in possession of the fact that he
had a deed of trust on the said negro, at
the date of my mortgage. My answer this
man Mackey has seen proper to pronounce
alse, and pusillammously to promulgate it
ehind my back. I hereby hurl the false
hood back in his teeth its natural abode
and seal it with the certificate of Mr. Car
ter, so far as it is possible to prove a nega
I, John R. Carter, do certify that in the
early part of eighteen hundred. sm forty
one, I gave Joseph Mackey a deed of trust
on my negro boy named Kingston, and in
June, eighteen hundred and forty-two, I
gave Robert Allison a mortgage op the same
negro boy Kingston, , I did not inform said
Allison of the deed of trust to said Mackey,
for the reason that I was negotiating (at
that time or before) with said Mackey and
Andrew Forgey, for the sale of my brick
storehouse and lot io Clarksville, and gave
said Allison a mortgage in good faith.
Given under my hand this 10th April.ISo J.
JOHN R. CARTER.
Sworn and subscribed to before me, Lan-
die Fagan, a Justice of the Peace for the
county of Kails, State of Missouri, date
LANDIE FAGAN, J. P.
There are two men who have volunteer
ed themselves to officiate in this transac
tion. I would have noticed them but they
are too contemptible: but will notice them
whenever their minds. expand to something
greater than an apple, a plum, or goosberry,
but until then. I will pats them by with
contempt ROBERT ALLISON.
May 1 3th, 1850. (51-lw)
T. E. WILLIAMS,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, BRUSHES,
OILS, PERFUMERY, CONFECTION
. A.RY, DYE STUFFS, &e lie.,
Draper3 Row, Water Sired, Louisiana, Mo
Prescription earofully fonajowaded. ,
April 6th, 1850. " ; 1 50-ly.
FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES,
T.URE OLD PORT WINE, Madeira Wine
I and Cognise Brandy, which was bought
expressly for medical use. lor sale at
rt 11.1a a ms urug store.
May 6th, 1859.
PASTOR OIL, Sweet Oil, Spte. Turpentine,
Ground Pepper, Mnstard, &e lor sale at
fan 6.1 WILLIAMS Dnie Store.
O YRENGES, assorted sites, for sale at Williams':
imiii Ntim. - f k i . -'
n i-k ""J
EX. LOGWOOD, Blue Vitrol. Spanish Float.
IiwIisTA. Kfftdftaaet Jba. fnv ami a
ap6.j WILLIAMS' Drug Store.
fry HITE LEAD, Red Lead, Litherage, Chrome
v Green. Chrome Yellow. Linseed Oil. &e..
for sale low. at Williams' Drug Store, Louisiana,
missouri. I so. t. i
t?.NG. CALOMEL, Blue Mass. Sulphate and
vI.HH. 1UMIT.M. .WIIIW VII
iron, nyanod. mtssse, Vallet's Proto Carb. of
iron, for sale at Williams' Drug Store.
Wistar's Balsam; ,, Pain Killer;
Rodgere' Liverwort and
S. P. Townsend's do.;
Dr. Jayne's Family Med
Euckhan's Hung. Bal
Smith'snear coated do.;
Wright's Indian Vegeti
Rowand's Tonic Mix.;
Ur. Mortimore's Rbeu
Hamilton's Fam. Medi
Hay's Liniment for Piles;
Doctor Storm's Scotch
Mexican Mustan Lini
MeClane's Pills & Ver
Lindsay's N. &B.LInI-
mifuge; ' '.
Mag. Pain Extractors
in fact all the Popular Family Medicines of the
day, warranted cennine, for sale at WILLIAMS'
irug More, Water at., Louisiana, Mo. .
April 6th, 1850. 60 ly.
VALUABLE LAND, NEGROES & HORSES
THE nrtdersigned will sell, without reserve, on
MONDAY, the first day of next Juna term
of County court of Pike eounty, in fmnt of the
eourt bouse, in Bowline Green, the FARMnnon
vtiir.h tiA tinw rmmiAmm. iAnt.lnlM flOfl l cn
ofwbichis in a good State of cultivation, andlvinrl
near Bowling Green. Also, at the same time.l
Fovm Nxoaoas a woman and three children
nrhu mim t. U".;".-. ,x 4 ,v. j 1
mands of Creditors, and it is hoped that no one!
who wants snob property will be backward in
oioaiuR. Aerms maae Known on ine nay or saie.'named therein, viz:
April 6th, 1860. GEORGE HARDIN. For tht w of W. Blackmore two dol
1X7 ANTED To nat cash, or Goods at
" nrlres. Inr- !
6,000 bushels Corn.
5,000 bushels Oats.
. 600 bushels Potainns
600 bushels Flax Seed'
aP for a I' 20,CKuni. B
a H. Grim, 'quantity of BuUer and Effs? '
Ae-'r. tt-A&Skll: ,7Sa.aVMvRRAy.
BAastaOrnci, Msy 13th, 1850."
- ' 90c to $1 per bushel
- - - . 40 tpBOctsper do
- m. Aii.i 80cts per do.
Sides,' .' 'J
Hemp, ' -
a 41-2a5 tercwt
- 8 1-2 to 4cts per b.
' ' " 5 a 10 per cwt
5 too' per lb
?. 10 a 12 1-2
Tobacco, .' ''
Butter, . v .
Sugar . ,(.
Coffee i . i
Molasses - -
Bar Iron -Castings
' $l,25d per bushel.
512 per bushel.
; ,10 per dozen.
B to 10c per lb
- : ' 12o trlb.
So a. aOc per gal.
$1,1 Ocper bunch .
. 40 to 45c per bushel.
" jfl 50 a 2 per aack
i l ' 4 1-2 a 5 per lb.
. ,. & cents per lb
; - i , h 1-4 oer lb.
City Ordinauccs. r
- . -
(No. 51.) : ." .
An Ordinance Concerning Officer.
Be it ordained by the City Council of the
city of Louisiana, as follows: '
Seo. 1. It shall be lawful for any individ
ual to accept and hold any two or more offi
ces under the city governmesLnot contra
ry to the charter and laws of the State
provided that no otticer sneu oe aiiowea a
per diem compensation for , more than ode
office on the same days. -
Sec. 2 AH ordinances or parts of ordm-!
ances inconsistent with the provisions of
this ordinance, are hereby repealed.
Passed April 24th, 1850.
W. K. KENNEDY, Mayot.
Attest: S. W. BccKREa, Clerk pro tern.
An Ordinance in relation to Salaries and
Compensation$...:., , , " .
Be it ordained by the city council of 'the
city of Louisiana, as follows :
Sec. 1. Article IV of ordinance No. 1,
passed Sept 5, 1849. is hereby repealed.
Sec. 2. Tho several officers hereinafter
named shall receive the following compen
sation for their services, to wit :
The Mayor shall receive the yearly com
pensation of fifty dollars. : ;
Each Councilman tbe snm of twenty- five
dollars per annum. '
The City Attorney ten dollars per annum,
and a fee ot one dollar and fifty cents noon
each and every conviction had before the
Recorder or other tribunal, other than the
Circuit or Supreme court, tor a violations
of ordinance, to be taxed by the Recorder
or other Court es cost ia the case,', and to
he paid only when collected from the party
convicted; and tot attendance on any case
in the eircuit ar supreme conrt,such addi
tional feel at may. be. allowed by the city
council; Provided that the city, attorney
shall not .be allowed to charge fees in any
case to which be does not actually prose
cute or render other services in the cause.
The Recorder shall receive a yearly com
pensation of fifty dollars, in full of but er-
vices and claims against the city provi
ded. nevertheless, that he shall tax end col
lect all fees now chargeable by law or or
dinance against any defendant other than
the city, and shall render a quarterly ac
count to the city council of all fees receiv
ed bv him. under oath; and provided furth
er, that said Recorder shall be entitled to
retain all fees collected over and above said
salary of fifty dollars. .
The Wharf Master shall pe entiuea to a
commission of ten per cent on all sums col
lected and paid into tbe city treasury dv
The city Clerk shall receive a yearly
compensation to be determined by the city
council, not exceeding fifty dollars, in ad
dition to fees allowed by ordinance to be
collected from individuals. : .- ' i
The city Treasurer shall receive in full
for his services two percent commission on
the whole amount received and paid out by
him, to be computed on the amount receiv
ed from all sources
The city constable shall receive for hi
services the fees allowed by law, provided
that of all fees or costs payable by the city,
the constable shall only receive ohe half of
the amount so due and payable.
The city collector ehall be entitled to
charge three per cent commission on all
sums of revenue collected by him and paid
into the city treasury.'
Seo. 3. Salaries shall be paid in equal
Sec. 4. This ordinance to be in force from
and after its passage.
Passed April 24th, 1850.
W. K. KENNEDY, Mayor.
Attest: S W. Buckner, cl'k pro tern..
An Ordinance appropriatin Money
Be it ordained by the city council of the
city of Louisiana as follows :
So0' l' Th '""owing sums of money are
appropriated for the uie of the persons
lars & twenty-five cents, for sundry notices.
Vm k. nmm nt Tlwtm.a H VWm fnf C..K.
lishing Treasurt Report and ; Ordinances,
eight dollars and twenty-five cets; .; ' A
For the use of E. C. Murray,, late .Re
entible, the sum er fifty-one doHaff in "
N.of (heif iccou?Uedered.:; ;. --'J
corder, and- W. V. Blackamore, .late city
Seo. 2. , This ordinance to be in force from
and after iti'i
ino airer it passage. - - -rv
VV. &. kl4JellJX, M$
S. W. Buckner, clerk rrfo tm.i .
'jgn Ordinance to emend mh OrdinkmXt id
relattonto Street ' Commitsionttt 7.
Be it ordained by the city coutleil of the
city of Lboisiaha, as follow r na JJrf
Sec, I.' ItJl!l be (he dtrty bfthi Street'
Commissioner, in aHdltion ih duties finpoifJJ
ed by ordinances now In ores, te caiiie,4.f'
be repaired, promptln alt damages to guN
tr. strrots nr mlv ,r,mnn MA
ary use. the cost of which reoair shallot
exceed teb dollars ia:eacb eeee.?' .
Sec. 2. This ordiniace .lo be in fore,.
from it nassae-ei "l fJiMf.rI OOOdl.
Passed Msy 2d, I860.
S. W. Bucknisr; clerk rdteaii; t
' 'syTti'T n'l ins y1 Wff
(lis. pa. ,
An Ordinance explanatory eydjaintnda'i
utryoj an uratnance to tteenu amftJiaif
Be it ordained by lhetcityi oeimeit ,t Ih I
. eityf Louisiana m foUowa3i:5i ?
See. li The third tefctioof dwtMeiH
No. 15 to license abd tat mrchntv-!pw'J
ed Sept. 6th, 184&, jmall be o cobltmed m
t mean tb at dsl imobnt of foodl," lftr
ahd merchandise received ivmtti tne (jprr
vlous six months,' and to bevesded at any
one place ia the city fc subject to the samjs
limitations and restrictions as Ihe latr of the
State in relation to Jhe. productjofi- the
State i.,a?-..r-:i 0J
See. 2. It shall be JewfoJ for the.coUgc
tor to administer the bath bt affidavit ye
quired by the ordinance to which this is An
omendmeht, to be filed is Che BtMneti
quired by said ordinaue'e: C9S
Sec. 3. This ordinance'tO'be in toff:
from its passage. PasRed2d.ilayi l85Qk .
W. K. KENNEDY, Mayor.
S. W. Buckner, clerk pro tela.
GENTLEMEN, till pSEfTU
THE notes, books, papers acat aeeoonts oT Jir.
E. M. Bartlerf, wh li aow goeti C4EIer
nia, haVeneea placed ia my band for aetrlemeit
an4 eoUeeiioa Persons Mcbtsd, either by aotv3
or account, wiu please, cat! at ay office in Louie
lana, at their esjlest convenience, aod settle np
Tbe Books of Bartlett 6. Back oer, who have dis
solved partnership, are also la toy hands. c' '
Tbe above business must be attended to. and
those who desire to save eost had trouble, aheaJd
make it eonvenient to call and eettld theif Holes
by cash, and their accounts by cash or hot.
April 6lb, 'SOvlw Bw HCf DERSON.
ttrtrir ';vMt. -H - A
! LUCR OC;- MUllIU. Y S
la tie' Brick Store Hoose formirTy oceJ-
r.j t. r ' t r rjit,ii-.ifia
Main Street, lMamMiimOuru ha
m94-- lieu .' ; 'on ??'inf'a
'tfrE,.the suhscribeir, desire to"ssj toour?ro4
and ibe public. ihat we have' (ostreeelved
a Larce and weD selected stoek of New and Fash.
ionable merchkodise, suited to this- market. Oar
stock embraces nearly vary variety of ' 7
tip Ti an nns
Groceries, Hantsrare, Haeeoaare,GIaaa A Glatq
ware, Boot tt Shoes,- fata & Capa,or every.
vsrieiy; nonnens, piaio ana fancy straw;
. Silk, a beautiful article; Paints, OUs . , ' '
: .. Dye9tuffs,fce.,W.v
73 We would particularly call the attention of
dealers to a large end fashionable, assortment of
READY.HM ILOTMG, , r:
CniDDrisinir every ariiels BMMsarv la m taS Ataam' .
suit, which we will sell very low, - jdnrelodi
log is io tbe second story. .- ...; ,,,.r.a jrr
-t TO THE LADIES -t J rll:--r
we would say, particular attention Das been' paid
to their wants, and we now have some of therich
est, plain, ebsngesbls fc fancy Silks, (for dresses
Shawls, Bareges, Mmlins, embroidered and plain:
Lawns. Jaconetts, plain and fancy: Alpacas, Bom- :
basins, Ginehams, Calieoes, te., that have, evef"
Ii... Inm.lil t. Iliii n.lV.1 - ' ' ' 11,1
Our coods have been purchased1 at the Lowxst .
Cash Prices, and will be sold On tbe same termed '
By this plan, we know we did sell gooda cheaper
than if we were to bqy on a credit and .sell on ti
credit. . .. . - " ;
, TO SHIPPERS - V. irlU
we would say, wg bave tbe largest and best war
buae ia this city nd will be prepared to receive
and farwerd or ship produce on the nvwt reasona
ble term . LtTCE t MURRAY.
May 6h, 1860. ? gQ ly -,. .R .y,
r ' Niw AND CHEAPiJ ff
GEORGIA STREET,' LOUISIANA;. Missouri:
Are in receipt of a large and general assortniear
of Div goods, Habbwabb, Qvbbvswabx, tue.tte,
to which they invite the attention Of ptrrehasera
vi'iting Louisiana. Thr goods beio aeteetedl
with eare,and pint hated low for cash in Ike Eas
tern eities, tbey are eonseaaently enabled fa offer
treat inducements to cash parebaset- ' DasJere
are requested to call and examine before pure baa
ing. Louisiana, May 6th, 1850. 8f
NEW GOODS. " r
fjvST RECEI VED direct rromiostOXNSrtK
I YORK fc PHII.A TUCLPHl AW st.LODrs.v
and now opening in LomsLilu, Mb.tby ,"f,u
::,;; ,.; e,. autemrZ-
The largest smd Seat atacax ef eoetda hcT
. baa yer affered la thiaanaiXet...
His seieetions have beea mace wita great care
and examine bis Goods, and-those wbe- kflj'e
cah in particular. : ' ..hi -42 vl J3
He win pa y cash er goods fosowsnr awww.
sell on bis osoal terms on aeeeont, er f?.0
THAjV ANT nOTJSE ,IN raitwai x run
CASH mS vireiB Mere tattftmj'Jma
,v-:n r Tvl ,.w yt -..tw ,nau J. V
.'f at S:.t w iiiw aha Isivra.
aod are very superior in Oaalify eta .Style.': HO
is an old experienced dealer has noparaaltry W
trade for any party, sector sex-4nfterall tats