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New Tore, June 24.
LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. .
Tremendous fire at San Francisco
v- Zoss$ 600,000!
The Crescent City, Capt. Stoddard, ar
rived cms morning, wuu the Jatest impor
tant intelligence. She arrived out at Cha
drei in 8 1-2 days from New York. She
brings $150,000 in gold dust, in the hands
A most destructive fire bad occurred at
San Francisco; loss estimated at half a
million of dollars. The steamer Isthmus
arrived at Panama from San Francisco on
tie 10th;she brought 134 passengers and
New York, June 25, 5 p. m. j
.idditwntl Particular! of the fire at San
The dates from San Francisco are to
the 15th May. The reports from the min-
ini iti.lMit WArth mnA Smith, fnntintin trt
b. favorable; the general state of health
at these places is also good.
Tbo fir alluded to occurred on the 4tlijm ca,1,nS u l,ie organ-grinder, when He
May. The alarm proceeded from the U.jcan V"sume to style the distinguished
S. ffottseon Portsmouth square, and byi,t"Ie,m,n, " "ng all his energies
the time the people were enabled to leavo lT tI,e 'v"t'n of his country, Jacob
their beds, tbe flames spread to the adjoin-Town8lfnd' ',e vender of arsaparilla
ing buildings, on either side, destroying1?."""8- How could we expect to escape
El Dorado and Delmnnico's and soon every ;hl n". when his merciless wit does not
house, except two, in tho block between1 'P" the Committee of Thirteen?
Clay, Washington, Kearney and Montgo-jC?,one, Benton s blows were loo indiscri
siery streets was destroyed. The fire ex-,m?n,,te mtVe any impression. They in
tended also along Kearney at., and that d,,ca,c a opposition to strike, rather than
portion of Washington sL, opposite thet,,,er?,w.er wound lhe venom of the
square, and in order to stay its progress,; . """r .f th "v'Kr f the bow"
every house from Washington to Jackson) r,,e frie,,ds of Adjustment have much
sts., was torn down. A block below and more cause to thank him for his speech
lower Is the bay fared bnt little better, andj,,'aI, iU, PPit- He strengthens the
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cut ci luree diocks mine centre oi tne;, . ,. v. . ,
, t, ... LnMj;... .r. .f.n.Knrr the allies Who are enlisted with him in the
f i, n . i.
A massoi goiu ana quartz, weigning ior
lbs was found near the Maripose and sold
far $1600. Several recent and important
discoveries have been made on the Maral
une; nut of one hole there was taken in
two days $4,000 worth of the precious
metal; some lumps have likewise been
found; nearly every man is making an
ounce a day. The miners generaly have
done well, and more gold may be expected
in this coming 6 mouths, than has altogether
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been received since the'coinmeiicemant of L
Chagres and Panama were
The Dxaf and Dumb Asylum. Mr.
Tnos. Officer, the principal pf the I Hi
nnis Deaf and Dumb Asylum, at Jackson
ville, has issued a circular in regard to the
resent condition, terms of admission SC.,
f the institution, of which the following
The annuat session commences on the
First Wednesday of October of each year,
and continues until the Wednesday before
the second Thursday of July following.
P it nils are not received except at the com
mencement of each session.
All the deaf and dumb of Illinois, of
suitable aee (ten rears,) and capacity,
are entitled to the benefits of the institu
tion. Pupils from other States- are char
wul480a war board, washing, books,
and everything included except clothing. I
. Shops are connected whu uie institu
tion in which, the male pupils are taught
The females, under the care of an exper
ienced and efficient matron, are taught the
variant kinds. of needle-work, and such
household duties as can be attended to with
nt interfering with the regular school ex
ercises. Deaf muts of Missouri, nnable to pay.
receive $60 a year from the) treasury of
that State: of Iowa $50
r)nntmiu ta th librarv and' cabinet of i
tbe institution are respectfully solicited.
That LcMr or Gold. We examined
Yesterday at the Planter's House, a lump
mai;fnrr.ia crnld weif hintr fortu six pounds.
It is believed to be the lareert lump of gold
ever found, In aay portion of the world,
and was dup -ud br a Mexican near the
Lead waters of the Meriposa, about 200
miles from San Franetsco. It if eoneidera
bly intermixed with the quartz of that re.
guw and is now the property Mr. Williams,
whn hnnirht it of the Mexican who aiscov
red it, at the price of f 6,000 altnougn 11,1850, 1 shall 00 tbe
Is believed to contain gold to the value 12A day of Jlugust next, -
f $8,000. It i. . ort rara and beautiful and -JJ
and we bone Mr. Williams will
eonsent to exhibit it at tome public place
for the gratification of our citizens.
Ia conversation with Mr. Williams,
h assures as that tbe quantity of eold in
that extraorduiary country, is apparently
inexhaustible. He says, that he bas teen
mountains of tbe gold-bearing quartz, at
least five miles ia length, and quartz as a-
bundantas lime stone jnrssoa stone hi uie
Mtttusi of this eountrv. tie IS 01 o
inion that fifty millions of gold will
rhtto tbe United States this
VerUy California is a marvel, and it is diffi
cult to predict to what extent it is to affect
the trade of the world. St Louii Intelli
gencer, 27th alt. .
f i-T ' sBaaaaaaBaBaaaaasBsBwaaawBBaasswas
CoHHxacc or THF Wxstixm ElVIfiS.
By a docameatlatelT ordered to be printed
by the Senate, we find that the nett aloe
of the commerce of the Ohio and Mississ
ippi rivers, aad their tributaries, for tbe
year 1848, is estimated at 1256,233,820,1
and tbe valoe of vessels employed tnare
in, weetiaiaUd at $15,661800. -
SColonel Benton's speech of yester
day, has disappointed those who heard it.
Sncli, at least, is the opinion of all those
who have spoken to us about it. It was
supposed that, after the lone time he has
ftad to prepare it, he- .would hare said
something which would have scattered some
new light upon this important subject-
cm nis matter was a puerile as Ins man
ner was ridiculous. He played the buf
foon more than the statesman, and the dull
historian instead of the profound politician.
Instead of producing powerful arguments
in behalf of his positions, ha seemed con
tented to raise an insignificant ioke at the
expense of his opponents. Is it, ihen, true.
as the bard has intimated, that time was
when a man would die if his brains were
out? We scarcely expected to escape his
generous criticism: indeed, we did not de
sire to do so. But we scarcely presumed
the old wina had run so low down tn its
lees At all events, we cannot complain
"7 mf? rjdic,,IinB ourselves in the same
breath with Mr. Clay. We can laugh at
cause which lie atfnrbs mncli mnri than
But "'politics (they say ) makes
us acquainted with strange bedfellows."
As his speech upon Texas was circulated
by thousands to assist the Whigs in their
campaign against Mr Polk, so his speech
of yesterday is only calculated to annoy
those who sympathize with him in their op
position to the Adjustment of the com
mittee. They msv well exclaim, " save us
from such an ally." Wash. Union.
?T3A man mrllmi. 1. 1 .1 m!...
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uii wcu Uucu whu urimni uumca, oiui.ih, virions ionics mat mav na aeuaiea aurini?
nothing but a cellar door for a blanket.
He changes his shirt by turning two shin
New Military Post The War Ds-
partment has decided to establish a military
post about sixty miles above Fort Des
Moines, on the Des Moines river. j
Jj-Every family should at or.ee procure a bot
tle of the great Arabian remedy for man or beast,
called II G Farrell's Arabian Liniment. It allats
the most intense pains in a few minutes, restores
the synovial fluid or joint water, and thus enrrs
stiff j lints; it penetrates tbe flesh to theJoue, re
laxes contracted cords, cures rheumatism and pal
sied limbs of twenty years' standing; also tumors,
swelled neck, enlargement of the glands, and is
the best medicine for ailments of cattle ever dis
covered, curing sweeny, spavins, splint, and all
diseases which require an external application.
SHERIFF'S SJLE OF SCHOOL LJl.VD,
TN pursuance of an order of the enmity court of
a- Pike county. Missouri, bearine date the Iltn
day of June, 1850, and lo me direoled, I shall on
the FOURTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER NEXT,
between the hours of 9 o'clock in thef rrnoon and
5 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, and during
the term of the circuit court for said aounty, pro
eeed to sell, before tha court honse door in said
county, the following School Lands, vix: S E 1-4
E l-Z oi ine c qr. oi me n qr. oi sreuon in.
T 54 N R 2 W-; and also the S E 1-4 of the N W
quarter or same secimn, mwiump inn nngt, biiu
the whole of section 16 of T 51 N R 4 W.. except
the N E 1 4 of the N W quarter, and the N W 1-4
of the N E quarter thereof, in lots oi rorf y acres
eseh, on a credit of 12 months, to the highest and
best bidder, the purchaser givine oond at ten pej
cent, with two good and sumr.ieni securities
the payment of tbe purchase money.
July 1st, 1850. Sheriff of Pike county.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
IS pursuance of an order of the county court of
Pik. emmtr. Mo., dated the 6lh day of June,
SWUlfl y m ui UVGll .
to the highest bidder, at public auction, before tbe
court honse door in said county, an me ngm, ui
and interest of the estate of Stephen Stemmons,
j.mI in anil to the fallnwina described real
estate to wit: W 1-2 or me s quann "
int. ..tiin K9. N Tts W.. containing 80 acres;
and the E 1-2 of the N E qr. of fhe same secUon,
township and range, eontaininc 80 acres; and also
28 acres off of the west end of 8 E 1-4 of the S
W qr of seetion 16, In township 52 range 3 wesi:
tha Mliir wil! be remit red lo aire bond and
two good securities for the payment of the pur-
chase money. JAtus iw r ,
Aom'!-. or estate or s. Meismons, ue
Jaly 1st, 1850.
Tit.? u ViaMhw iva-n. ihskr fh nnilerf imed
JL administrator of the estate of Susan Ferguson,
deceased, late or nae county, wm eppiy
next August term 01 ine saia county wn -
1 nt Mm Btmlnitrallon an said CS-
uuil mitswcu, v. (
'late, when and where all persona interested may
jniy 1 si, ioou. y"" .--
-anOUND. in tha streets of Louisiana, a few
I dava ago. a Gold Pencil Case, which tbe
owner can have bv Having for this notice, and
applying lo E. C. MURRAY.
JUff W ou
Jf We are authorized to announce Hibah G.
Edwards as a candidate for the office of Jn.tiK
oi tne county court, at tbe ensuing August elee
tion. rjnU l. iru
Ashley, Mo., 3d Juue, 1850.
t-ciTOK Barker Dear Sir: You. will nlease
announce through the medium of your valuable
paper, tne name or Mr. wtiy Scobee as can
didate for Constable in Cuivre township He will
make an able and efficient officer, and win he snp-
norieu oy JHAJIT BIEMDg.
JTW" We are authorized to announce Thomas
Berklt as a candidate tor re-election tn the office
of County Justice, at the next August election.
!TfWf are authorized to abnnnnr Jobit Price
as a candidate for re-election to the office of Justice
of the Peace of Buffalo township, at the ensuing
8"3" We are authorized to announce Job Young
as a candidate for the office of Constable of Buffalo
township, at the next August election.
JfWe are authorized to announce Johk C.
Massie as a candidate for re-election tn the office
of Justice of the Peace of Buffalo TWnsbin.at the
next Angnst election . may 27th
LoxfrsiAKA. Mo., May 17th, 1850.
Mr. Pickets Dear Sir: la'vnur paper of last
week I see a communication, surnedManv Vo
ters." requesting; my consent tobeeome a candid
ale for the office of County Justice. I desire to
say in reply, that if it be tne wish of my fellow,
citizens to have my name again used in connec
tion with said office, I shall not refuse my con
sent, and if elected, will discharge the duties
thereof to the best of mv ability.
Yours, respectful!, "WM. KELLY.
3fj VTe are authorized to announce Sam'l. C.
Fieldeb, of Hartford, as a candidate for the office
of County4ustice, at the next Angust election. I
We are authorized to announce Matbew
Givens sa a candidate for re-election to the office
of Sheriff of Pike county, at the ensuing election
In August next. -
We are authorized to announce Master
11. Abthub as a candidate lortn oiuca oi
.or of Pike county, at the ensuing August
I 1 . y
3We are authorized to announce Thomas
bws iu viuw w s,n '
Cash, Jr., a an independent candidate for thehus account for their surprising power over dis-
SherilTaltv of Pike county, at the next August
Z ZZ Vr n icnn
5",,t,v,L"' M?.V R?,v 2 185-
JUtssrs. tailors: Tou will please announce
my name in the next number of your paper, as
nn independent Democratic candidate to repre-J
sent this miintv in the neil Legislature.
At the nroner time, and udoH bII suitable occa-
he proper time. and upon all suitable occa-.hote aromatic goms and fragrant-balsams, of
I ."..all present to Uie people or the county' wmc5 h, "mparable liniment is composed, and
r . . i.:.. oy whose stimnlatinE, unctoeus, penetrating and
expression of my sent.ment. in re ation to A7no(IyBe proper,ie, h ls, when 'applied, in.tanta-
It is sufllcient for the present to observe, that
in thus presenting myself to the people of the'
county, I have only exercised a right common 10,
all free American citizens, and one which has,
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u un .Urm.u uv
or any body of men.
Very respetfully your obt. aervH..
' r Ji T.J.UFAGG.
k . . . a . . . . . . .w :
medium of your paper, that 1 am an inaepena-
eut candidate for a seat in the lower branch of
.... --i i :.Ui..r. .ml that 1 will a soon as
Mr. dior--Mn 1 wisn io say inrougn noi,ud,nnrane!ed; for AtrueCake or Enlarge-
nractieable and upon all suitable occasions.1 ine Pains. Wonnds, ChilWains, mirns, White
praciieaDie, "n" "P . Swe 1 nas. Tumors &c. Ac. It is equally eflica-
make known to the voter, ol KJe p.ou, . di;eMe, f Anim.Uf nth ..Vistula, Poll,
upon all the political topics of the day. and that lEvil. Sweeney, Stiff Complaint, Distemper, Farev,
are likely to oe acieu upon 17 uu w "B"'"
Having long since been known to believe that, man or heast. which require an exter-ei anpnea
norit OTBanizotion. and party nominations were! lion, this Liniment stands at tbe head of .all medi-
attended with anti-Republican consequences
and that the tendency of which was to keep up
strife for the interest of parly, ami noi mr pnw
eiple and the good of the people, will supercede
the necessity of any farther apology for thus an
nouncing myself a candidate.
After giving to the people of the county my
..n.n .11 tho nnetion. tkat mav be seila-
ed in the comine; canvass, I shall rely upon their
intelligence and integrity to give me a name,
.oh ..mv noliiical rrincinles deserve wheth
er it be Democrat, Whig. Free Soiler.or Nulli
fies is not for me to decide.
Verv respectfully yours. &..
Louisiana, May 3d, 1850. 50-tf
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
fO'l ICE is hereby given to all creditors and oth
I .r. tn(eriil in the estate of Robert Jones,
deceased, that I took in charge the estate of said
deceased on the Slst day of June, 1850.
All persons having claim atraiost said estate are
requested to present ihem within one year from
the above dale; and if not presented within three
years from said date, they will be rorever preclu
ded from any of the benefits of said estate.
af. G. EDWARDS, ran. Aourr. 01
Pike Co., having in charge estate R Jones, dee'd.
July 1st, 1850. 3w.
TVTOTICE is hereby given, that by an order of
lv the county ennrt for Pike county. Missouri,
tu,rin; H.iclh. 11th day of Jnar. 1850. 1 Was ap
nunlliii nf tha nerson and estate of
George Hardin, a person of unsound mind. All
persons having claims against said estate are
iriavainrn naiineo io rimtni iheih e -'' -
within one year from the date of said order, or
thev mav be precluded froaa any benefit or said
estate; ana unless saia ciaima n ...
three years rrom tbe date of said order, they will
be rorever Darren. i. w " n.njv,
June 17th, 1850 uuaroian.
A A A AAA FEET ASSOIIT'D PIN E lu m
4UU,UUv BER; 800,000 Pine Shingles;
also 40,000 Ptne Laths, for sate r
Louisiana, Mo., b,
CARROLL, BRYSON U CO.,
re- V. Tl-W would sav to the tobacco grow-
ersttbat in shipping tobacco we make iro mtba,
cHABoe roa bbataoe, a baa been officiously cir
culated through the country. One dollar covets
am. charges on a hogshead of tobacco. We have
heretofore and will continue to ship aa low as any
other house in tbe county. ,. r,
June 24th, 1850. ! w. Dr" "
ThNE DOZEN, new aad teeutiful, jLr"!Ted
J and foraale by 0CE fc MUKKAI.
Imm IMh. 1HIW1. 7. u
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVN, thatw
on THI7PSn V TMt!95Tnnvll
OF JULY NEXT. at the residence of the
late Charles W. Atkinson, deceased, on Iudisn
Creek, 13 miles west of Bowline Green, in the
county of Pike and State of Missouri. I shall offer
for sale at public vendue the personal property of
saia accessed, consisting or Horses, Cattle, Jen
nets. Oxen, Sheep, Hogs, farm in a: utensils, two
Wagons, and a variety of other artieles too
eOfZLtedious to mention. Tbe sale to com
mence at 8 o'clock, a m, on said day and continue
from day to day nntil the whole is disposed of.
TERMS' OF SALE.
Fur all sums of three dollars and under, cash in
hand; for all sums oyer, a credit of 12 months will
be given, the purchaser giving bond with approv
ed security. No pmprr'fy to be moved unlit the
terms rl sale are complied with. .
JAMES L. KILBY,
Adm'r .of estate of C. W. Atkinson, dee'd- -June
Elk Springs, Mo.
flHE proprietors of these celebrated Medical
-- Springs, have the pleasure of announcing to
the public in general, that they are row pre- j
pared to accommodate visitors on somewhat jf
an expensive scale; and that they are deter-UlilL.
mined to spsre no pains lo make them a pleasant
retreat for invalids and parties of pleasure, during
tne summer and lau season.
These springs are situated in a pleamnl and de-
9mhle part of the country, SO miles south of Han
nibal, and 25 miler north of Louisiana. Persons
desiring any further information from the proprie
tors, will please address Keid & Fox, Elk Springs,
f ike county, Mo. KEII) & J US,
June 17th, 1850 iw Proprietors.
Thr.most Extraordinary Discovery in the
World v the threat Jlrabian Jiemedy
for Man and Beast!
II. G. FARRELL'S
smTTrs) i r i l- at . l
looked upon as tbe result of magic, but since we
have become intimate with their history we 'can
ease. Their attainments in tbe knowledge or meo-
jicine were the wonder of the age, while at the.
same time the science of Chemistry, which with
'them had its origin, was to tbe rest of tbe world
,.A (emed book;" and in Botany they were the
most zealous of students. In the beautiful groves
which skirt the deserts of Arabia, abound rare
plants and odorous woods, whence are obtained
"" Pum" "'" '''"'- i
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Item, allayine tbe most intense pain in the incredi
bly short time of 10 or 15 minutes. Its action is
prompt, powerful and effectual, wlthont tbe least
""r. ll nenviraicn me nu m ine oonr, rwiai-
f contracted cords, restores use to limbs which
nave Dean palsied lor years, causing ine snnveiea
-h w m4A blood to cirenUte thro'
Jits veins. It restore the Synovial Fluid or Joint
ator. and this is the reesea why H ha fcsrew a;
universally successful in earing ah diseases of the
Intnl. Mm .IimmU .e.irfliw. n ika Cnn- f J
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ment of the Spleen, it is a Specific; and for Kheu
matism it bas performed some of the most extra
ordinary cures on record; aiao lor cramps, rweu
Sprains, amises.wounds. Mange, spavins, wino
galls, Rnlint; and for nearly all diseases, either in
Erysipelas and Rheumatism
KAVwira. Marion t:o.,.y. hist io. 1
is sellinr very well, and doing a yast deal of eood
the neonle. It has cured a bad case of Ery
sipelas, and another of a had pain in the breast.
A lady, who was confined to berbed for several
months witn l.iver tompmint a
it -a -,:Miv mrd by the nse of voor Ara
bian Liniment. She said the doctors could do her
no good. It has been applied to a fresh cot. and
.t.a U Sn a short time. I have been afflicted with
Rheumatism for a long lime, and just before a wet
spell it pa'ned me so much that I had no peace all
day; and in the nigm 1 commrocrn wra "
mbbine with vour Liniment and before I was
don. rubbing, the pain ce''jQ BUCKMAN.
SiT Complaint. Skwwy. Distemper, Corks and
Sore Eyes Cured.
rM. Mi'chelt. P.M. at Fiat, Fulton eo. in.eaye:l
Mr. II u r arreii: in r.- - -
ka Wm eared ewe of T nelgn-
hors horse of the Stiff Complaint by about four
war nve appncaiions,
.. .. - - - - - mma ai mw awn Di
the Sweeney. Our sneno. Ji-po 7 . ..
his horse of a bad Cork with it; he aly tried it on
a eoK that had the Distemper very had, and eured
it immediately. He says it r decidedhr the great
..1 , . mdieine he ever need. There nave
I V.M nl KIM i.,n OTIIH 1. S "
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ar.n iM.n.i-.-. - r s t
it every valuable meaicine ooiu w -
R- nf CounlerfeitSm
Ti,. Munin article ia manufactured only hy H
r. Farrell. soleinvenlorBPd prcprietor,and whole
sale dmggift, No 17 aiain street, Peoria, UJ, to
-. . s . M.Amty aaa w.arSJsj nshaiel
av asnii(tivinnB iur eruiica vi
ivsa a.fwaai!. 110 sure TOO t it wih th
i.ea.M n n karnr Fftmll'i. tbw H O FAH-
RELL'S and my signature en tne wrapper, w
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o'bers. are eounterfeiu. r or sam ny
H BLA KESLY & Co.,
Vkr.l.l. A-ani.St Lauisatn..
And reenlarly kuthorim-l a?ets all oyer the
,:-a ci. iiitf nnn. ioou
r-Call md get a arrier oo. irrw 1.
Lt, ti.. mwm MHienmrlv cautioned a-
Cinst a new connterfeit heh has lately made Its
- ..ii.j Mr R Farrell's Arabian Lini
ment, and which this impostor calls the "original
nd true article."- r',u; T ,V".
. 1 k. A.mivrA with it. Remember that
lirr Blivi u ... - vr ,
all the genuine article baa the lettera HO before
Lumber! Lumber!! Lum
saa nnn FEET WISCONSIN PINE
JLUV,IJU LUMBER. aswtHed 60.000 wef
May 18th, 1850 LUCK ft ftUSJUiY.
' BajiatalOrricx, July 1, J850.
Wheat, - - "v $1 per basnet
Corn, ' ij t- i. 45 to SOcta per do
Oats, - - , SOcta per .do.
Bacon.Hama ' - - v4J-2percwf.
2 1-2 a Sets per lb
' , 4 a 4 29e per lb.
- 3 l-2a4 perewt
- - 4 a 4 25 per cwt
- 5 to 6 per lb
10 a 12 1-2
f 15e per busheli
$2 per busbeL
. - , Scper dozen.
, 6 to 7c per lb
. r lie per lb.
- ' 35 a 90 per gal.
$1,1 Scper bnnch.
- 40 lo 45c per bushel.
' - ' $1 60 per sack
- 4 1-2 a 5 per lb.
5 cents per Ib
. . H 1-4 Mr lb.'
Dried Apples .
Molasses "1 .
TO THE FARMERS OF FIXE, KALLS,
LINCOLN. MONTGOMERY; AND .,
AUDRAIN COUNTIES, ,
WE beg leave to announce te the farmers, and
all other versoas. of the above named Boun
ties, that we have leafed the large and com modi,
oua Brick Warehouse fa the city of Louisiana,
owned, and formerly ocenpird, by Block and Me-,
Cune ; which, togetaer with tbe WHARF. BOAT,
will afford us unusual facilities and advantages for
receiving, storing, and shipping produce. We are
prepared to pay FAIK fKIttS, II WAu,Jor
all merchantable produce, or make liberal advan
ces on any and il produce that may be consigned
tons for shipment.
We trust that by elose application to our busi
ness, and untiring industry and perseverance, with,
a determination to work to the iotereat of the
Fanner and Shipper, for aaoderate compensation,
that we will entitle ourselves to, and shall merit
and receive, reasonable share of their patronage.-'
11 C mwv wv yivfimm . - """" J- J
best shipping order; to priseJobaeso, and to forat-
Uh I ha easka and.nark haeOD! and to do eOV mad
very thing wqich may eondueele the interest of
the farmer and shrpner of produce.
THOMAS CASH, at
Lpuisiana, Jme 17lh, 1850 4 ly -v . .
Saddle & Harness
TIHE unaersignea rrspeciiouy inrarans mw ciw-
-S. I?ns of Louisiana and tbe pablte 'generally,
that he has commenced the above business in tbJa
city, on Georgia street, in tbe west loesa -of the
Bartlett building, opposite Baird's Hotel, whet hm
will keep constantly on band a general assorts e
of all articles belonginr to the business, which be
will sell on aa reasonable terms as any other es
tablishment in this seetion oT country, fee cash er
approved credit. A ahare of pabtie perrooaeehl
Louisiana, June 11th, 1S50. .
S-5- H. W. P. Wostih, Justice or ta reaee
nld a taw day In Louisiana, en
3d day of August next. June 840.
LAW DAY. t
r. Vf imik. Justice of the Peace, will
1 uCt. n..i. Ijaiiuam. sa Sahmui. fb
6th day of July next- June 10th.
ansiMt Wf H UP
JUST RECEIVED direct rrom bus 1 vw. new
YORK & PHILADELPHIA via St. LOUIS,
and now openiog in Louisiana. Ma., by
E. G. McQUlE,
The Largest and Heat Mock af eis ha
baa ever anrereo in ioiipiuhi.
TTi. aolaxtinna hava been made with treat care.
..j ... annM-ior ia Qoalitv and Style. He
- 1 ' , , , . - tm
and examino hta Goods, and those who buy far
cash in partloular. ' " .
TIa will oav cash er anoda for country produce,
ell on his wsual te-ms oa aceoont, or JT?rLO WEJ
THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE COUtiu
CASH!!S March 12th, 1850. lm.
W. B. WOOD
. x. . vioverr.
WOOD & VI0LETT,
n t . a ictTI FOE
COLEMAN, HALMAN h CQ$ Coach and
EliptieSwringailron, Nails, nrougm nu,
Riaats. SniVes. Bolts. &e.
Livinftston Roejrea & Cb's Plalfona and Com.
tor Scales. Fat tent Hauennny sma ntm nuiu,
v.nh I rvVi. ttnaes. Malleable CasthisrS. &c
LiotwncoH St Co's (warra:,led Axea, J "ohffa.
Shovels, Snades, P'ei, Maltooks, aiui, urr-
nUeasWI X nntSawa. ten. ' " - '
P. k W. M. Faber"s (suparier) Cardhar Ma-
chines, Maehine Cards, Comh CTeaiWso.
Latter CoTrvfrar Presses.
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.VarsMU B Bro s I ceieoraiea oeia t
Kr.ll Timliw mA Pra Serawe. fcckc '
Bark & Batntt' ( annerior warranted fire, thief
nt itamn nranf Salamandev Safes. -
JvJrew'Fullon't (celebrated) Church, e
boat and Tavern Bells. .
irs. n.l.r ant veanectfiitlv invited to i
ine their stock, ijhich will be sold low for cash.
or anproved paper.
St. Louia ay lt. iy. - -
4 ... sT-f ..
jidministraiors notice. .
NOTICE is hereby given tr.ina -k..
rMttxiurA from lb Clerk of tks) SeOStT
Court of "Ptka County, letter of edsahjjstretiaa ea
mm wmmimi m jumt rr- w .
ted the 1st Jwa, I860. . - ! --
AN peisaw havioa? elahwa eeamav seam e-aev
Sn three years from said Hate; titer a or saraeww
prectaded rrom the aeaeata (it sus sarore. -. T
v. JAMI.S It. SLUI.aaaaMai
June 84th, 1850. n-mrj
INwsWand aaj ftia-s far ah a4tH1?sJ
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