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. ' AHOS R; 6BULTZ.
STATIONERY PAPER DEALER,
No. 136 JVVf Main Sired, St. Louis, opposite
tf-J ij i im Bank of Mitiovn,
WILL H order at wholesale, M low an any
, . Other boase.ia the western country. My
purchases east being pearly all for eaib, I feel cer
tain in at i can oner great lnouceuicuia iu
lomen at any other house est.
-J2 i,! ' j Geographies. '
8000 hltchell, CMney and Smilh,
2500 Mitchell and SmUh'a Primary, . ,
8W0 Parley Geography. ;
? v ti a Spellers.
15000 Elementary and Eclectic,
2000 Comley, Fowle and Town.
3500 Smith, Pike and Colburn, ,
3000 Davie, Smiley and Adam,
4000 Ray and Emerson, part 1, 2, 3.
6000 Smith, Kirkham and Chandler,
BOOOCmnVr. Mttrrav and Brown
la addition to these, I have a full supplyof
rrimmera, Reader, Historic, Dictionaries, Phi-i
Riotorieav tc: , Al., Uw, Mdkal. and Cla..
rn l-lw.n.-.-i'-, .- Paper. .; ...:
lOOOreaina.Cap, from $1 50 to $6. ,
1000 reams Letter, from $1 50 to $6 .. v .
5000 bandies CrowB . Wrapping,
8000 do '.'Median do
t500 "do . ' ' Double Green do.
"600.' d6 'Straw
" I00iydo i; Hardware 1 ' , ;
150 reams Envelope ' '
- 200 do i Blue Chandle - --800
-de - Manilla .'
.500 do i 21 X 81, Printing.
275 .:: 22 X 32 do
800 do 24 X 36 . r ;do
300 do , 24 X 87 do ;
KXKdo, ,25X38 do . . .
. f. . i -Stationary. .
50 gror 4'oz black Ink, ' .
f'fif rtoJjivz blue do:
M I le! "4 tt black and blue do., '
2000 ,do Steel Pens, ...
2000Q io.. QniUs.No. 10 to 80. -
:Ia Word, one of the most complete aort
mehta of Stationary ever offered in this market.
nuo.i m : Blank Books.
10000 quires esp Book, half bound,
2000 do. , do ; full do
h 4000 ; -; do demy ., do do
i 4000 do : medium do do
i 1000 '-' do-' royal i - do do
.t ;: 'ii i m "' ' .?
V. Wj.i BQOK' BINDERY. 1
A. H. SacxTS has a JBook Bindery connected
with bis More,' which If well MppHed with tools
and UuKn armterial. and can -make hi own
Blank Work whfeh he offers for sale in hi store.
beJf equally; wen, if not better made, than any
ttanafaerared alana books bought (n the eastern
market aniofRrred for sate here. '
All klnoaof blank work aaade to order at the
shortest notice, and warranted.
Old books reboond.
.Toe hiahatt market price paid in eash for Rag.
1 1 " ' 136 N. Main street, St. Loui.
May 6th, 1850-
"THOLESALE and Retail Bookseller and
TY Stationer, No. 124 Main Street, Saint
Louis, Mo., keeps on hand a iplendid assortment
School, Law, Medical and Miscellaneon Books
! 4uilla, Ink, Wafer Steel Pens and
1.: Slate Writinrand Wrapping -'(
.' "Paixrst Blank Booka
In great variety,' together with every other ar-
elee in his una of business.
Book bound in the beet manner.
Call and examine No. 124 Main Street
i,;.. TO THR TOBACCO PLANTERS OF
. . - I - MISOURRI. ; '
nrTHEPronrietors of the Planters' Tobacco Vara
boose, offer their thW Annual Premium for
the foar best bKheads of Tobacco, the growth of
IbHaaUedio this State; tbe premiom to be award
ed en Thursday, the 20th day of June, 1850, vis:
$50 for the firtt premium hogshead Manufactar-
25 for the second ditto. '
$50 for the first premium hhd. Shipping Tobseoo,
25 second '
Jodges to be appointed, by the Planter or their
Agent, and. the premiums paid aeeordineiy.
r ' ; " HOUSEMAN fc LOWRY,
JaoqaiT Hth, 1850.;
w. . wo.-
7' WtTOtCSAtBieKHTaaaDDSaTKBS 1ST
BTa. 398 SortM Mala Street,
. Ill WW XTST, LOUIS. MO.
(Oil AOIRII 0.
COLEMAN, HALM AN & CO'8 Coach and
.ETiptio Spring, Iron, Nail, Wrought Nuts
lengfofi Rofgtn & Co' Platform and Ceun
tar Scales, Pal tent Kaughpfcy and Paint Mills,
: Knob Loolu, Latches, MaUeableCaitlngs.&e.
Lippeneotttt Co's (warrantedyAxes, HatcheU,
tbotpls, Sptde., Pick, Mattock, Mill, Cir--fcuIarandX
CutSaw. fcc. ' ' : '
P.tt W. J&'Fabirf (iuperor) Carding Maw
Mill. Timber MTre. Screw. &e. he.
Burke h. Borft (o'perior warranted fire, thief,
- and flamp twtt J 8aramander Fafe. '
Andrew' Tii's' (cit.eitlei) Chtirch, Steam
a'n4TfrefiBen, ; '; ' '
.,, t,l?l" sx respect fully in Red to exam
jtaeir.steok, wbicb will be sold, low for cah
.amprve4papT.tfin ,,,;- ,.,jVe..
St. Louis ay 1st, 1849 jJ-,i- .
. .iriii ifii j r r t n i m, i i i ...;,. ' '
Knf TCKS wanted rmmediatalr by Thomas
DOOuli, Jr&C, for which thefhast
JMrfcet price wUl be )id la Cask.
.ciunes, JUacrune vard, fjomn Cleaner. &c
PaOtriqn's; (superior) Letter Copying Pre.
Marshal ft. BroU T celebrated Solid Box Vices,
, r A CARD.
DR. P. CARR,
HAVING permanently located in the town of
Rnwlina Green. Pike County, Mo., will be
thankful for a share of public patronage.
May 6th, 1850. w
J. B. Henderson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JT5Oflice immediately above the Jewelry store
of W K. Kennedy & Co., on Georgia street
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowuko-Gbkk.Mo
Office in theCourt House.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bovling-Creen Mo.
Reirularlv attend the Circuit Courts oi l ike
Ralls, Lincoln, Warren and Montgomery
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowling Green, Mo
Will promptly attend to any businesnnai may
be entrustedto his care.
P. Car it,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ATTENDS regularly the eourt of Pike
Lincoln and St. Charles counties.
. m. . wi a V 4f
J" Address rraineviue, nae coumy, mn
rTPIHE undersigned has returned the practice
I of the Law, and will attend the Circuit j
Court 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.
WHOLESALE tr RETAIL
No. 33 gonth-East corner Morgan and
Main Streets, St. Louis,
(directly opposite the Missouri Hotel,)
: , WILLIAifi. M00RE.
Combination Air-Tiaht COOk store,
Premium, Parlor, and- Heating Moves
of the latest patrons.
' ' ' AMO .
JEWETT'S IMPROVED CARY PLOUGH
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
73- Merchants and others will find it to then
interest to give me a call, as I will sell very low
So. 213 corner Morgan Main afreet
July 9th H49. W. S. MOORE.
. DR. WM. W. WISE, . ,
Vender of Dry Goods, Groceries, Dye
Stuff's. Paints, Oils $ Varnishes.
2?" He also keeps eoiutantly on band and
for tale a good supply of FA MIL Y MEDI
CINES, warranted Pennine. ' All oi wmcn
will be sold as low as the Lowht.
25 Please oall and examine goods and
prices. . tttf.iy.j
Boot and Shoe Factory,
rpHE undersigned begs leave to announce to
bis old friends and customers, and me put-
io generally, that be is again engaged in bis old
Boot and Shoe Making
in their midst, and solicits from them a share oil
natronacre. He has now on hand a pood variety
fwork, done in the LATEST, STYLE8, of the
best materials and by experienced and finished
workmen, who are in bis employ constantly man
ufactunrte work to order. -
79" Hi establishment i on the northern side
of Georgia Street at the ngn of the
Mahogany Counter a. Shoe Store,
where he will at all time be pleased to receive
call and order Tor work.
. LORENZO NEWN AM.
P. S. The attention of gents wanting dress
Boots of the latest styles and best quality, 1 par
ticularly invited to bis stock on band as a speci
men. . 45- JJon't forget tne sien oi tne 'jviaaoga
ay Cornier and Shoe StoreJ L. N.
Xaonisiana,ugy Oqt,lB4tJ' y. ,
Look at This!
O T I C E OP DISSOLUTION OF CO-
this dav dissolved Copartnership by mutual con
enw t i he notes and aoeounu wul be ten lor a
short time with John L. Tribble at the old aland
. - ... . .
of Tribble & Block. Should thev not he paid
nromotlv. we will be under the. necessity of I
handins: them over to an officer for collection.
, JACOB BLOCK.
.Spencersburg, Jan. 24th, 1850. "
NOTICE is hereby given that tbe undersigned
ba obtained from the Clerk of the County
Court of Pike, letter of administration on the estate
of Gxoaoa Fisbzb, deceased, bearing date tbe
19tb day of February, 1850 . 1 j
All person bavins; -claims' ajrafnst said estate,
are requested to present tbemiwitfcin one year from.
tbe data of caid letter; and if not presented with
Id three year from said date, they will forever be
precluded from the benefit of said estate.
" - junn iv rianiM. adbt
Xareh 4th, 1S50. (a-o)
; Final Settlement.
NOTICE is berebv given, that tbe undersigned,
administrator of the estate of George W.
Bnekner, deceased, late of Pike county, Mo.,
will analv.al the next June tarm of . the eountv
ourt efaaid eountv for a final settlement of hi ad
ministration of said, estate, when and where all
peraoas interested may attend if they tblok proper.
as. JUfiUBoms. Aam'r.
May 6th, 1850. JKMw.
CfTTC . MANUFACTORY
DR. S. P.. TOWNSEND'S
S A R S AP ARIL LA.
WMlar and Ulwlng of th. A. ....
Tht wul ulriiini MtiiciM ' H'trli t
Thb Ennet b pat op ia 4srt BntUM; R is d tinm ekMptr.
pWMiitcr, tnd nnuM Mijwrior to uy mU. It oar 4imm
wilitnat ratniUn(. pur(in(, uckauing, or U.billUting th FUnt
n.. r h.... .ml nnorlnritv of thit Bamoorillo OTOf all
otbor liicioM ifcwbil.lt radical illtwu, it in, igontM tbo
body. It ! oa of Ut wtj dm
srntMO and sumren medicines
or known ; tt Ml only parifiM too whota lyit.oi o4 Urtnfth.M
tin ponoo, bat tt cmt now, para .on neo dmki ; o pow.r
unawMd br nn otbor Mcdieino. Aod i thio Um tbo (rrand Moral
of iu wund.iful fucoow. II M parlonud itbm tbo taot tiro
Jura, nor th.n ono bnodrad tbooand carat of Mrora aw at
iiouo, t lout, A0.000 woro eonoidorad iocarabw. H ho uros
U liro of nora thu li.OOS ebildraa tt tbroo poat mmoiio.
100,000 town mf amoral UoMlltjr and wont ut
Da. S r. Tofrx,r.ro't SunporUl lnif onto, th wholo tytfm
C,rmMntlr. To thai wM Mr urn wnr maicuwr onorgr.
1 tbo affect of OMdierM, or iodtacratiaa cwnaultod in yoaU,
or tho (kmiti rndulgrae of th paarion, and brought on by
phyueal pnotntion of th nomm irriia, unitad, want of
ambition, tainting; nantiooa, pramatura dacay and daclin, hatn-
by Uui plnaaat ranody. Tki aaraaparUla lafariapanoc to aay
A it ranawaaod iBaigoral tb ayrtaoi, firaa acUvitf to th
Bgtba, as. uogta to uo oocuiaf ayauoi in a OMioi oauwsraiBary
Coami ptaoai Caucd.
Claanaa and Strautban. Couaaiptioa can b Carad- Arm.
CMnuaptian, 1a r CmmfUuU, CU, Calcrra, C.
.Uau. SaiUiaf Bind, - Sarrao n l CluH, Unlit
Fltuk, iri'tl Swrata, Digkcult or Frmfut Eifttmtin, Pan
n. a r. Taw-aam I rarilr baliar toot Sana partlla ha bran
th CMa. thnmgh rrwidonea, of aariag my Ufa. I baa. Inr
M.arai r had a bad Cough, It bacaaia won and won. At
taat I raiaad larg quantitiaa of blood, had Eight awoata, and a
n-Ml J.hilitatd and radneod. and did Mot aanact to lira.
Baa only naad year BampariUa a abort Urn, and th.r haa a
wondarfol ehaaga kaoa wrought ia aaa. I aa now abl to walk
aU vrar tbo city. I raiaa do binod, and my cough haa loft m.
Yoa cob wU iaaigiM uac l an laanjtrai air uaaa raawia .
Your abodioat aarrant,
WM. RUSStX, M Catbtma-aL
Fltal Flttll Fltalll
r.. a P. Tawaaam. sot haaiiut taatod hia SaiaaDaiilla la eaaa
of Fit, of eoaraa, aotor racuaiaiandod H, and wa aarpnaad to
raeaia tha feUowtay; bob) aa utaiiigaai ana raapaotasia t araiar
ta WMtcaaatar bows
F.rdJka. JhtuM I. 1MT.
Da. a P. TawmanB Daar Sir: I baa a lirtl girl, nam yi
of aga, who baa bora aararai yaar aatictad with Fiu ; w tried
alawat arary thing for bar, but without aajce, i at laat, althongb
w could n a. raeoaiaarBdaUoa ia your circular! far eaaa lik
bar, wa thought, at aha wa la ary oalicaia boalth. wa would
iraharaoBNof a our BaraanriUa. and an clad w did. for a
only raatorad bar atrangth, bat ah hat bad no ratura of tbo Fit.
vary graaa aaaaauro ana auiwwu aau, m aai nw-uiing
sad haalthy far which w tool gratrfnt
Da. S. P. Tcwaacml, BkruaariJte b a aoaaratga aa apaady
aura for loeipwnt Conaaaiptioa, Barraaaoat, Prolaum Vtari. ot
FalHag of th Woab. Cuamwam. rilaa, Lauaccrtwa, or Whito.
obatnaclod or diSealt Maaotnattioa, IncoaUnane of Uria, or
kiTolnalary dweharga tkoronf, aad for tha g anaral prcatratjo of
th ayataaa ao waUar whthr th raaun of iidiamit mom a
caoaaa, ptodoeos oy irrrgauruy. luooaa or arciaaBi nouiog i
bo aaora HmWat lhaa Ma iaaicoratiaa' aa".ata aa tbo hua
hat foiooaa aUwaakn andlaaaitafa, taw) taking M. at oaca
aocoaM ra.au and nut of ana rgy aaoar na waaoDco. 11 rwaia.
djatalr coaaMiaot th Borrotaaanaaa of th taaaa IraaM. which
ia th gratt eaaa of n annua, It wiU not ba aapactad of aa, ia
aa.au ol ao dHcata aataro, towan earaocalaa of enraa per
SirauuL hut wa can aaaara tho aatictad. that baadrad of caaaa
baa. baao ropartod to a. - Thoaaaada of aa wbara faailia
haa. aaaa wrthoal ebildraa. altar aaiag a low hottiaa of thi la.
aalaabla Madieta. hat baaa Hiajil with an, haalthy opnng
Ota.1 Itliaalag Bifbaa aii CUUbnm.
It hi tha aateat aad aaaat aKtaal aaadieina fur purifying tha ay
law, aad reba.ing th aaShriaga attandaat ttpoa childbirth ar
diacoacrad. It atraogth.ua bothlha aKHharaod thachihl, piaTanU
paia aad dalaaaa, raaiuaaao aad oarieboa th fco t thoaa wh aaaa
aaai M, ttuak M la iadjapanaahw. It la highly wafal both bafar.
aad aftai aoaaanat. aa M aia.airta aio.m attoodant uponahlld-
birth-ia CotU.oaaaa, nioa, Craaa. Swalllng of th. Foat, ftaa
pnadMMy. Raarthuam, VoaiMng, turn la Ua Back an Loin.
Palaa rmuw, Htaaanhaga, aad ia ragulaujig tb Mctatioua and
aaairtiug th.atfaaiataaa.it haaaoouual. TV grrat boaaty of
ua anoatin , aiway aaw, aa uo mam oaucaia waa it
aaoat awscaaafaUy. aary law eaaa roqadf aay athor ajadatiaa,
hi aoaM a hrtla Cwtor Oil, or Magaaaal ia aaafaL Eaarciaa ia
too opra air, aad light lood with thja adicina, will aiway
aoaara a aaia aad aaaj caalaiaiaat,
GIBLS, BKAD THIS.
To who ha.a aula aoKpIaaioua, dull yaa, blotch on tb he.
aaugh akia Of fncklaa, ud are "out of apinta," u-a a bold or
two of lr. a P. Tow Mend a awraapiiUla. It will claanaa your
blond, roawra tb fraeklaaac biotcha. aad gre. vow aoJaatioa,
aparklnar .yaa, taaapiiita, beautiful ooujplexioii alj of which are
of iacanaa aalno to anauwnad ladioa. Ibouaanda and thousand
of lamalee whs ware wealed br due., aad dark about th ya,
are now la lb. aajoyaMst of auaUant hoeiib, by ouaf tha
BttxmMlPf bind, Sept. 14, 1 Sat.
Da- B P. Twmaaa Daar Sir t I aaaa aaS'arad terribly lor nine
yaar with tho Rhraaatira cwaidrabla of tha Uaaa I eouid aat
eat, alee, ar walk. I had tha ataoat dlatraaaing paina, aad mj
kaaba war torriblT (wollaa. I bar. need four botU of yooa
araaparilla, and Uay bar. ou ao aura than one thoaaand
aoitara worth of good, I aa at much better Indeed I aa entirely
im ar at UDeny to aat tut lor ta. Doaoat u
Toail rarpectraUr. JAMES CUMMIN
Tha Krr. Jwhua Bagar, '
Of Jataa Cirf. aa alt aad hrgUj oapactablo ehrrfraaa of tha
Baptist OeDDBUnatiaa, handed ia tha Mlowing OerUfloata at Dl
ar.Towaaand'aaaca. II apeak for iteeli.
Da. a r. Toametno Dear sir: I aa touilnhia to fir jrm ,
tatant of tha benefit 1 derived fro, aaioa: ytmt SaraapariUa,
offering aa i haa baaa. I waa rodecai tar aaaa avanth by th
Oyapenta, ao aach that It wa with anck diacahj toe aa la
waJkor kaaaaboat I had alao a tartar, wkhsh ootarad tho aaaa
part of ajr hand which WM extra waif troaOlMoa and aora; M
ot Io bo ataoat a acah. I need quto a aaabar of taatooia fot
both thaeoanlainta. bat received littla or ao baaont. antil I took
aoar SereeperUU, which, Ihroaf k tho kinilnoa at rrOridaosa, kt
raaioroa aia io aora man ay aaoai aaaiu, a i aa bow onjoyuf
better than I haa far a aaabar of aoar. I aa now SO yaar of
af . I balioaa tt to b aa lataloahla awdiciaa, aad raeeaaoad M
to ay aaamo oqaalataaeaa, whKh a ry
uch la aaiy larga, a I haa ba.
I hop uu haalj akalch any I
adleina haa to aa.
a aunjeter a rreat aur Toara. 1 1
S aaah baaa ot to vt a twax BMdleina I
Jelj 11, IS47. . JOHN BiCOKB, Iwmy Ctt.
Th follow Inf was arat to oar Agent ia Rahwar. br th Bar
J. O. TUNISON. of tha Methodiet tnawoDal Church one of tha
aval laarnad and roraoted ia tb oonsactioa and ia another
evidence of tha woodariul elect af Pr. a. r. Townaendl Ban
parilla aa tha ayrMa. ,
Vaisaa fa.a.e. mln for arjaa thaa aaat aa voa ara a war.
aapanaacad oraat faneraj debOitji af my arataa, attaodad with
cooaUnt and alanainf irTrtatioo of my throat and laaf, 1 waa, at
roar Inetanee, aad ia connqoonc of kaalng read Captala
McLean dacidad toatiamy la fta behalf, iadaeed to tr Dr. a P.
Towaaaad- far, la aad aaraapariUa. I trad H, I onafia, aor ia
tha hope than Ut the conndancaof It, proripf adlpacinii, i but I aa
bound in candor now to aekaoaaladaw. that, had not triad Hlaaw
before I began to experience He eeititarjr eiaeta and I aaa aow
aj. with Captala MeLaaa, "that I would not ba wtlhont rt on an,
coaioratjoa.n t haa dona aaa ator fiod thaa aar acaaloaj
raaoirjr I kara triad, and af thi atataaaat deeaed br jwaaf
aj iiaponanc. 70a aaro aw ai ooaaaat a, aaa a duduo.
Bakwar, Auftut M, ltT. t. O. TUNISON.
acBorrva curjed. .
Thi cartiricat eonclaairalr aroraa that tha SaraatMrin ha
Twraci ooniroa ovor too aaoat ooaunata qjn.eee ot sae awe.
Thro paraeoa carod la on houa ia anniaoadaaUd
Da. I. r. TewaMna Dew in I haa. th alaaaar to infcra
Too that Uireoof my ebildraa bar bean cured af th ferofola
br the ae of ; out ecallnt aadicia. Thar wr ajlictad nra
aoaarala with bad Soraa 1 ha, takaa ealf loaf bota M teak
away, ua- wnica era. mraeii aaoar graat owujat oa.
UAAC W. CHAIN, IM
omiona or ramtoiajra.
Da. a f. T.... i. .haw 1.
Thi. h i tocy that w, th aadwiabjaa. Ryajekas oftfc.'n ready sale. Though in a veryatTeeama
Cny at Albany, bare ia naaerotu eaaa praasribad Dr. S. t
Towaaerid'a Sr-parilla..ad ball, it to b ana af tha ao
oad Dr. a. p
'" piowiauuua m aaa amaat.
H. r. roima ar. s.
J. WILSON, at D.
a. a. BRioo, m. n.
T. K. KUtKMOOKy, it. D.
AJbaay, April I. IHT.
IrP. 1 T..aa laaa.l1a Tul liabl flsl.. 1 1 3 m au
the soath Saptiat Church. ., '.77
w irTr f"" iS? No. satattraat, aa Mr. K. Kidoaa
Jot.c?M"t-"al aiddor, it, LewoU . Mary
nett, eslaai lawaa a. nraaa Tr.ia.iln i n.if
F IUHTD. IO Wm RwaTaaTM UaTwtw. IB Uar BBlLrlltaW allSa IITInilal ftvaw
Concord , i. Batch fc Boa, rnrridaaeai aad by Dnavjaaud
Mwekaati awamlrr Ouaachoat ta. Uaawi Sbromwll tZT
ST-For Mb by I. N. BRYS0N ft CO..
Agent, Louuuu)a, Mo.
J 0 H N T. MARTIN 8c BE O'S,' .
WHOLESALE ArTD KCTAIL , ;
MAMMOTH CLOTHING. tiV
. .oYo. 113 Main Street, '
. ST. LOUIS, MO.
For the auDroachintr iprinii we are manufac-
taring the largest and most complete assortment
of Clothing ever offered in thi or any other city,
which we feel confident is cut and made In a su
perior style to any other stoch ever offered ia the
West. From tne long experience inai we nave
had, and the many advantages that we possess io
purchasing, manufacturin, etc, we feel perfectly
. assured in pledging oursaivea i . .
0-70 sell Lower than any other House.J
Merchants, bv lookins tbrouah our Stock, will find
that they can purchase a low as ean be bonghtj
In any eastern house. We will pledge ourselves
to dunlieate anv bill. rom ine innsr experience
(sixteen years) in the wholesale and retail trade ofj
St Loot we are certain mat our gooam mrw awcu
batter adapted to the wants of the western popn
lation th.a anv stock manufactured .
IN THE UNITED STATES. ..
We have thi season made great improvement
and addition to our store, and we now have three
rnownED WITH FRESH GOODS.
Merchant who have never kept clothing will bo
well to try it, a it will pay a better profit and leave
fewer remnant than any otber ityie oi gooaa
THE GREAT ADVANTAGE
In onr aoods is. that thev are ao cot that a carmen
will fit a person varying several inches in ixe.
we will guarantee in every Diiioia,inacineywiu
not be a single article but what will fit and please.
It is a common thing for every merchant to aay
that be will sell lower than his neighbor, but we
not only at it, but are determined to so it. As
a proof of it, we can refer to thousand of the
shrewdest purchasers that visit the city, that we
sell to regularly. . 1
All goods ordered, packed at the lowest cash
prices, and those that do not please can be return
We have bot one gtor in tbe elty, !
'TIS NO. 118 MAIN STREET.
Merchants visiting New York will always find
at our hotiae, No. 113 Broadway, a large and com
plete stock, at lower prices than at anv other house.
JOHN T. MARTIN & BROS. ,
February, lltb, 1850
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
BE it known, that the partnership heretofore
existing lietween JOHN JOHNSON and
LEWIS A. COLLINS, in a steam saw mill, sit
uated on Grassy Creek, in the county of Pike,
is this day dissolved, in conseqnence of the pro
ceedings of said Lewis A. Collins, one of the!
. Aat w .".. fa .
partners. jumim jun noun.
March 16th, 1850. Sw.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
r E it known, that the partnership heretofore
If existing between JOHN JOHNSON,
LEWIS A. COLLINS & CONRAD P. YEA-.
TER. in a steam saw and grist mill, situated on
Graaiv Creek, in the eountv of Pike, Mate ot
Missouri, is this day dissolved, in consequence
of the act and nroceedings of the aforesaid
Lewie A. Collin, one of the partner.
March 16th, 1850. 3w.
TOTICEI hereby given that (he undeaigned
ha obtained from the Clerk of the County
Court of Pike Connty. letters testamentary on the
estate of William Bogges, deceased, dated the 6th
March, 1850- . ' '
All nerson bavins' claim airainit said estate,
are requested to present them within one year from
tne date or said letters; and if not presentee wun
in three year from said date, they will forever be
precluded from the benefits or said estate.
1TENRY SCHOOLER. ExV
March. 18th 1850. ' (3w.)
STATE OF MISSOURI, )Ce ' f ;
ConnTT or Prae, J as
In Pike Covntti Cort, February the Wth, 1850
ORDERED that all persona indebted to tbe Road
and Canal Fund, nn bond bearing ten per
cent interest, mv a discharged or the same by
the execution of their bond therefor at the next
June term of the court, at the rate of six per cent,
provided that all interest -on said bond now due
i he paid On OV before the first day Of June next;
'and ordered tha copy of thi order be published
i .l. t- ... t 1 j t.: - n I
in the Peraoeratlo Banner and Louisiana Record
for three weeka.
A true copy from tbe reenrd-Atteat:
S F MURRAY, Clerk.
March 11th. 1850. Sw.
Record copy. 1 , '',...
JOTICE I hereby given to all perons interested,
' that at tbe next June term of the.conntv
court of Pike county, Mo., we will apply for a final
settlement or the estate or William Shaw, ce
eeased. JOH N . STRANGE, ) ,'
CHA'S. R. MORRIS,
March 4th, 185a
1116 TUsi njruu litriu tuc muxk. .. .i.
THE DRUGGISTS OF CHICAGO THEIR SALES IN. THREE, MONTHS-
TXTEjthe underslgued, DmggUts of Chicago, do hereby eernTy that the fooWlog . correct stais-
V ment of the amount of our ale of th Preparation known as Dr. STORM'S CELEBRATES
ariiivtT -titto it n k But; .n.aJ h. xr. Hamillnn War1i. a. TVrwrwi.t rif RL. Ioaia. and
believe that it gave latUfaction to many of our Cutomer, who uett aaa remedy BueaaW Ct m
breast and Luogs. u.;j
J. H. REED & CO.
L. M. BOYCE (Bv Wells)
L. SAWYER, M. D.
These gentlemen Informed the Proprietor that
. . t ma . .i m
not tne ciose oi tne canai preventea loem irom receivitw i m inu .v. " . . .
that my fellow Druga-ist and Merchant In the Country Tnde, who are not hppHd wlrb
lar article, will lose no time in forwardlos: their oHer.-Ij Dieaof-th BtMatiaad If?
"r w" D no wraw in ti7rw.ru.ua; incur
iMedicinet not eoualled by anv shnuar Compouu
sale. Though in a very agroeaMB ond.nnd wttb thejaimple. weilatj i or
T3 . Ju i u . anrn u iW. t.r.MV.1.1 n.wana. tt la iWllw onnal to .the: nest:
n:anrt."a nimiH. i lh. amiMMMnr tha.Krnnitniai urrans. ia juiit carta to.tuw. jowaa a--
mixture of the day. Thi anerHen will not bo thought bntrue when1 It la undrtootnaf "f
nfketure the autrar ia eomponnded with eight TerttnMe tnoieme,Ub !wwVwrthiBrMf
m nvmniT ! tuw wtuiutiva, v. .uw.
Jiunn. notmna better eonld b Trrestrrtbed BVin
But while I ettol the merits of this Sugar Compound, r would ay in luatice to tboASie
lervaHon during manv veart in the ierviee Drug and Chemical Derartnieptor Jhe ,Mdft
our Country, ha convinced me that when disease
aajAriM aaauat aka...V .aa aaaa. wa at aa a 1aTTAM JawBMS 'Wr BOB P1a) ' I
J. H. Bab-aid m BaoPMam. No. 140 Main trt,6t..LtUf Mo- Qnnt.hofitdfttif
O" inoraateDy tut MrtJDaaf or uouuiana.
pen, and Cash tt Cav, which may be bad at wbnlnlj
Agent or Parehaseria every town that U not.vat
tub genuioe article is dono np tn a neat wrapaexy wta iicwevrM iy.WHrrtT pj
ignatore of Hamilton Wade on it Remember thi.
1 LOUISIAJfAl'XOilnui'i Ijt
TO COUNt RY MERCHANTS AKQ ?ijpr
i . Dtina alls nnnTa-MW a--
in M.iruuuixiuUJIilllt.i. r.
a M thai thew kua mttA?1T
ef aamai ear Iran SaWd s a TajgfAmT
LouisiaiiaJ a Ti? a t-t
IN COUNTRY PRODUCE of 'mttmZSZ
Uop, and receiver' and' skippers 'of fridict ykl
Good for Country JKfTfAantt. TMir0 Irvi?
at the Wharf afford ttem "eyery 'facility fer'aP
tending to the interests of their cuStoaerltaBdaft
a clear trving to abipper of theexpeiub of Assft
aev av uiu uwa uiw W OJCIIUUICV Of mm QKJfm
They will at all times give the mot liberal aurliff
et price for, Produce, ai atore iwrht, raw
onable charge. They wDl giro the rkW
personal attention to the shipping o.ndjHi kfl
warded to them, and to receiving atod fcrwwcjDg
of freight, for country mercbants'..i'-0 -
, Having invested neat their ? whole "kspful'ljj
their present business, they expect folnvftienj.
torn by accommodation and advantage te cw.
omen." ! .V-.i-.rfka,Vi
gar x oey win aio Keep en nana M.au tmm
a general assortment ef GROCERIES et Aaia,
aadwai JMf waVf JB JB a . . . ... ... ; ; -
, AW OTBMTIIRB &I0BB.','"?
In Bartlett's Row, Georgia Strtt
- LOUISIANA, MO. ,r ,
Brice & ybtinffw
THE SUBSCRIBERS are now prtpared trtf
nounee to the eitiiensof Pike and the afrjadBN
eounties. that they have, aad iatand k ! 09
band, a LARGE ft hFLUJtUlU ASSUttlKiA J
OF FURNITUR,aoited to the anf aadeaeiafc
tie of our improving country. Our taek ba
been (elected with care,-to wMch we wifc caeH
atantly add by pnrcbsae, aa well a by ouf.oirB
BUREAUS, plain and scroll front; ' (
BEDSTEADS, . '';
TABLES, " '-.' r- "'
WORK STANDS, : - i '-.- 91a !
CHAIRS of evey description, with mapy etW
article unnecessary to mention.
Persona desiring articles In bur line, would ae
well to give us a call) as w ar sare they eaa as
better with the same money here than by visitiag
tbe stores of St. Louis BRICE& YOUNG.
PSUndertaking attended to. at tbe sbortaat
notice, and at reasonable rates. ' "" Bk T
December 3d, -icMa.' -it
-1 , -. 'I
M Corner ''oJllfaaiii Morgan streets , Soft
Louis, .Vo. Tbe subscriber would r?
snectfullv Inform bis friends arid the cub Jic1. list
he has nurchased from Messrs. A. &. B. . Tat
,Conrt their interest in tbe above hense, end !
ed itfor a term of year,' and pledge binaaelf taat
no exertion, on hi part, will be wanting to make
all that favor him with csJl perfectly at hamtfj
The furniture of the house has been replenbly
ed throughout, nd tbe premiea generally tuhr
hasted to a thorough renovating. The kcatunu
above indicated,! opposite tne mosiaoure pan 01
the Levee, and equally convenient to the more
.r, r "...Lt -a i. .1- L.:-
mercanilie auo, manuiaviuriup; yn v uiw sia
The aituation i healthy, the toom airy, and itti-
ceptible of thorough ventilation. . a
The proprietor h spared no expense in- fit
ting up thi house. Hi table ahall be fankM
with the best the mat ket affords. At the bar.wkich
has been refitted : & furnished in superior tyk,
he has on hand (having removed hia stock ef
wanaai. liiaimra anil mrrara frnm the Virginia Ha
te Ear and will continue to keep, a bo 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 hia endeavor to please.
. . A. U. rJbVA.riAin rropnewr.
NOTICE. We take occasion; ia addition tt
the above, to return -our thank to our frira
and1 the nublio far tbe vatronage so liberally be-
Lrtowed on ua'durisg our lease of; tbe MUtnri
Hotel, and would repecuully recommend a con
tinuance of the. patronage .under the new man
agement, aa we. are asaured that there will b
no deviation from former charge. '
aept-24 : . ; . A, & B. J. yAN COURT.
NOTICE m hereby given, that the uBdeian,
administrator of the estate of SILAS RHEA,
dee'd., late of Pike eounty, will apply at
next June term of the said eounty on art lor anaal
aettlement ofkia administration on said estate, whf
tend where all persons interested may attend if fbft
' :Mareb 4fh,1860. '"m- 4w ; ' - --i-?
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1 ' ' Chicaoo, jSeptember B6.I849.
1356 Package. H. RICHIE, M. D. IHekagti
864 ,. ' ' r. SCAMMON. M. D. ! '"-88 .! -432
- BRINIERHOFF h PENTONi SM .
Ke & iteANAiSoHUH Boo Jracaei: f - ;i r-xwr 1.rv
they could have old twice the. above quaplitr W
; in- a TnH iV.i. hMMaau . .a . it. 1 I BOPS
.r..-;... . : ' . . a
in lie; uaion, ana wwt reitl.;H;wTr
onp ano wuo.wojnpt"; 'ffrvJA
vum..w. r' b -t. j i , i . ' . . , - -
mosTMieniiM'orBoiaaa aii:i i wr-.
I Pnt; anttly-lfntn mii
a large FV'ijr'ZL- lmliuimm
o - Jn'
rROieaaJOprKe, OT Mwaianawa aa- WWW..WW-
tnpb&d'f ' ?nn' otq et!