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LUCE & MtRRAY's
to the Brick Store House formerly occu
pied by Joseph Richardson,
Main Street, Louisiana, Missouri.
WE. the subscribers, desire to sayto our friends
nd the public, that we have just received
Large and well elected tack of New and Fash
iied to thto market. Our
stock embrace nearly ewy variety f
STAPLE & FARClf
Groceries, Hardware, Queensware.Glass & Glass
ware. Boot & snnes, iibii oi. v,a .:,
variety; Bonnet Is, plain and fancy Straw;
Silk, a, beautiful article; Paints, Oil,
. r. Wo would particularly call the attention of
dealer to a large and rastiionaoie iwonmrmw
Minv nine cloth m:,
Comprising every article necessary to a full dress
IMI, WHICH W WIU Kll icij ivn .
ins; is in the second story.
. Tfi THW T.TTr.S
we would say, particular attention has been paid
e-..: .-i. nii m niw have some of the rich
est, plain, changeable fancy Silk, (for dresses)
Shawls, uareges, iniiiiiB,raoivirii r-
r... liinUL olain and fancy: Alpacas, Bom-
basins, Ginghams, Calicoes, &e., that have ever
Kaon hmnvM to this market.
Our goods have been purchased at the Lowest
Cash Paicts, and will be sold onhe same terms.
By this plan, we know we can sell goods cheaper
uaa 11 we were 10 ouy on a wmui D-" -
we would say, we have the largest and best Ware
house in this city, and will be. prepared to receive
and rerward or ship produce on tne mow reason
ble term. LUCE fc MURRAY.
May 6th, 1850. SO ly
To the Farmers.
LUCE & MURRAY are now giving the highest
prices in Cask for all kinds of Merchantable
Produce, and selling goods for cash at the lowest
living rates. lapoip.j
fififk WORTH of new and fashionable
jJVV Clothing, for spring and summer,
just opened by
LUCE & MURRAY.
April 6th, 1850.
TU ST RECEIVED direct from BOSTON, NEW
YORK & PHILADELPHIA via St. LOUIS,
and now opening in Louisiana, Mo., by
E. G. McQUIE,
The Largest and Best Stock of Goods he
hat ever offered in thismaiket.
His selections have been made with great care,
and are very superior in Quality and Style. He
is an old experienced dealer has no partiality in
trade for any oartv. seat or sex invites all to call
and examine bis Goods, and those who buy for
cah la particular.
- Ho -will ear email or Mvoda for country produce.
ell on his usual terms on account, or TS"LO WER
THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE COUNTY FOR
CASH 1 1 agg . (March 12th, 1850. 1m.
w. D. WOOD.
X. E. TIOLBTT.
WOOD & VIOLETT,
WBOLKSALEACBNTS AWDDBAI.KBS IV
no. ZOS North Itl alti street,
ST. LOUIS. MO.
SOLE AGENTS FOB
COLEMAN, HALMAN & CO'S Coach and
Eliptie Springs, Iron, Nails, Wrought Nuts,
Rivets, Spikes. Bolts. &c.
Livingston, Rofgen & Co' Platform and Coun
ter scales, Pattent Kaughphy and Paint Mills,
Knob Locks, Latches, Malleable Castings, Sic.
Lippencoti & Co's (warranted) Axes, Hatchets,
onoveis, spades, Picks, Mattocks, Mill, Cir
cular and X Cut Saws. &e.
F. & W. M. Faber's (superior) Carding Ma-
cmnes, aiacntne Uards, (jomb Cleaners, &c.
Patterson's ( superior , Letter Copying Presses,
Marshall fc Bra's (celebrated Solid Box Vices,
Mill, Timber ejyj Press Screws, &c. Sec.
Burke & Barnes (superior warranted fire, thief
and damp proof) Salamander Hales.
Andmo Fulton's (celebrated) Church, Steam
boat and Tavern Bells.
22" Dealers are respectfully invited to exam
ine their stock, which will be sold low lor cash
or approved paper.
St. Louis ay 1st., 1849 ly.
NEW FMMTMB STORE.
In BarOetfs Row, Georgia Street,
Brice & Young.
T. Bbicb. J.Youiro.
rwTHE SUBSCRIBERS are now prepared to an
X Bounce to the eitisens of Pike and the adjacent
counties, that they have, and Intend Beeping on
bend, a LARGE ft SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
OF FURNITURE, suited to the wants and capaci
ties of our improving country. Our stock has
been selected with eare, to which we will con
stantly add by purchase, as well as by oar own
maoafsetnre, and eonists in part of
BUREAUS, plain and scroll fronts;
CHAIRS of every description, with many other.
articles unnecessary to mention.
Persons desiring articles in ou line, would do
welt to giv as a call, as we art sure they can do
better with the same money here than bv visiting
tne stores or st. Louis. - bkice&xuunu.
P. S-UodertKking attended to at the shortest
sMttiee, and at reasonable rates. B&Y
December 3d, 1849.
tJOTICE is hereby given that the ondessigned
xhsM obtained from the Clerk of the County
CowtefPike County, letters of administration on
me estate or vnarie w. Atkinson, deceased, da
ted 1st June, 1830.
All persone having claims against said- estate,
aUsqaestetj-to present them wu bin one year irom
- the date of said lettirs; and If not presented with
la three years from said date, they will forever be
ffecuaed from tee benefits or said estate. .
.; JAMES L.KILBT,AdminUtratorf,,.
DR. S. P.
COMrtM'rtD IC1TCT P
Wander and llleeslng of lite As;.
nt at. if rMrssraUasrs Mtiieint in Ike WvrlA !
-r.: im M. nn in Onart BiittlM : il k lis timet cheaper.
nl.BOnt.r. and warramea alienor w any 1
without vomibne. pontine;, sickening, or debilitating lue FabenL
m.. k..i. mnA Min.pinriv nf thia SanraiiarilU Aver all
tkr Molrciiie u, while it enuUcete dutua, it inrigoratet the
boAj. n u one o uie rery new .
RrRINU AND JltUll-l." no
bnAwM . it not ml, imriln the whole iyttem and itrengthem
the penon, bat it ereatM, new, pore l ncn oioon ; a pnw.i
nnaened br no other Medicine. And in thii lie. the rrand eeciet
uf iu wonderful sueeeai. It hat peilormed within me iai o
reera. awre than one hnndrea inounna cure.
diiuee, at leart, 60.000 were eonwdereo (ncarawe. it na, larca
the Uvea of awn) than io.ouu cawiren ui uuw m
100.000 caM r Ueneral 0eMHty and want of
n. p TimnA genanerill InTirnrntei trie whole j-rteei
permenentlv. To tnoee wno na.e wn uieir aiu.cuir -'bi.
b. the eit'ecte of medicine, or indieeretion committed in youth.
or the mnun indnlgenee of the pewinm. end brnnght on by
k .himiii. ai in. uaiion. niua. ihiiiikw w
amrntion, tainting HMaUona, prematora decay and decline, haiten
inc toward that lata! diaeaae, I'omumption, can be entirely mtored
bjr tbii pleuant remedy. Thii SamparilU it far eopenor to any
i. k nnaaraand inTiaoratee the ante. ire aclirltr to the
hmbe. and atiaogUi to the aucalar tjrateai in awet extraordinary
Cl.anae end Strengthen. Cmuumptioti can be cored Bren-
.L.f. rM.H.r..i. r.'rr c.(eial. Cfat. cerarra. VMtmnt,
jMlimm. StUlint f BlMd. Serm.M m Cf(, ilKlie
flutk, NitM Swala, Difficult er JVeate fzaecteraiieaj, Paia
ia lac Sia, fe, tan ana au can M carta.
n. , T.Mi.m 1 earilT believe vour SarMoerillt bu been
the neana, through Providence, of saving my life. I have for
mvaral Team had a bad Cough. It became vow and waxes. At
last I raleed large qua tide, of Moos, had nigm weau, ana va
Kntly dcbiliuted and reduced, and dad not expect to live. I
ve only need your Saraapariila abort time, and there haa
wonderful change been wrought in me. I am bow able to walk
all over the city. 1 raise no blood, and my cough has leu me.
Yog cu well rm.girrT inai i am laMMuoi war wmmm imiw
Your obedient servant,
WM. RU88IO, Catharine-at
nut nun rtuiii
n. 9 pwimm. not bavins? tested his Sarssnat ilia in esse
of Fits, of course, never recommended it, end was surprised to
receive the sallowing irom an inieuurew ana napecuuite raiaw
in westtoeetar couoiy :
D.r r. Tavmazaa Dear Sir : I have a little girt seven years
of age, who has been esvsral years afflicted with Fits ; we tried
Biaaon every laioaj kit aer, mi wiukmi .owa. . m -s
wa could und no recomatendatioa is your circulars far cases like
hers, we Uiought, se she was in vary delicate health, we would
five her some of your RerasperiUa, and are glad we did, for it not
only restored her strength, but the bee had no return of the Fits,
to our very great pleeauie) and surprise. She it last becoming
ruggoa ana nesitny tor stirs we ssei greieiuL
Yours respsctfaUy, JOHN BUTLER, Ja.
Paamale H send wee.
Da. S. r. Tsvnrstan'S Sarsaparilla Is a sovsreign and speedy
eure for Incipient Coosumption, Bsrreuaess, rrolapeus Uteri, or
railing of the Womb. CoaUvenses, rUes, Leoeorrtxsa, or Whites,
eostructed or drUeolt Menstruation, Incontiaeoee of Urine, or
toroluntary discharge tbenof, and for the general prostratioa of
the eystsm no matter whether the result of inherent eeuae or
causes, produced by irregularity, illness or accident Nothing can
be more surprising than its invigorating eSectt ou the huassa
frame. Persons all weakness aad lassitude, from taking H, at once
become robust and fall of energy under its inSuence. It imme
diately couateraett the aervelestaem of the female frame, which,
is the great cause of Barianetsa It will not be eapected of us, in
eases of so delicate a nature, to exhibit eertificstss of cures par
formed, but we can assure the afflicted, that hundreds of eases
hsve been reported to us. Theuaunda of cases whsra families
have been without children, after using a few bottles of this uv
vsiuaeao naujcua, awvu ueesi oiaaiaa wiw turn, asaiiay oaupnng.
Oratvt Blaaatnc MsMstem asMI Caoidrsm.
Tt Is the esfsst aad mast aaTeetual msdjeum for purifying the sya,
toss, aad relieving the an faring attendant epos, childbirth ever
AimemmwA. It mamgtheee both the SMtherSnd the Child, prevents
peia aad disease, Incnaiia and snriehes ths food ; those who have
asaa m, lauasi K maiipwwsiila. It H aifniy aserui both ostare
aad after coeaaeaae at, as it preveata diaamtt attendant apoa child.
birth ia Coativeoass, PUaa, damns, Swslling of ths Feet, Des
pondency, Heartburn, Vomiting, raia la the Beck aad Loins,
Faiee Pajna, Hssaorrhsge, and ia regulating the secretions and
equalising the circulate, it has no equal. Tba great beauty of
thia medicine is, a it always asm, sad the atotl delicate uae a
.aaost snrreaalally. eery few essee require uny other medicine,
sa soste a Irttia Castor OiL or Msgaesm is assfaL barasae la
the opea air, and light food with
Uus aaedicioe, U altrsya
sseara a asm ami esay tonanamsnt.
GIRLS, READ THIS.
Tea who have sale eoaielcxions. dull uvea, blotches oa tha tWa.
tough akin or freckles, and are "oat of spirits, use a bottle or
two of Ur.
a P. Tosrnaaodt ertenarilis. It will eleense your
ww io uecaiea BOO dkkcimb. enu Kive V
tparkline eves, Ine spirits, beautiful cotnpleiioo el
ef iaaaisnss value to uaaisrned ladies. Thousands aad thnuaends
of females who were wasted bv diaeeae. and dark about the eves.
era now ia Us aajovanat of eacellent aesiia. by asinc Um
BlmckwtW, htrnnd, Srel. It, IST.
ls. a T. Tevrssaea Dear Sir : I ha.e audered terribly far nine
yeers with the Rheumstism ; considerable of the tune I could not
sat, sleep or walk. I had the utmost dutrsssina; peine, and say
limbs wars terribly swollen. I hare sued four bottles of you
SsrssaarilU. aad thev have done aaa mm. ih.n . tknns
dollar, worth of food, I ass sa much better indeed I am entirely
relieved. Voa are at liberty to ase this for tha bsneSt of the
Tours respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS.
srs aaw - - -
Of Jersey City, aa old and highly respsctsMe Clare;? bus of tha
Bsntiat 1 nomination, handed ia the tallowing ceiiiAcala at Pf
a P. Townaend'a office. It speaks for itself.
Da. & P. Tswasenaj Dear Sir: I am constrained In m .
sUteaasnt of ths benefit I derived from trains; your BeraapariUs,
believing, by so doing, I shall tender a henedt to those who are
sunering as I have been. I was reduced for suuy months by ths
uyansreia, sa much that a was with much difficalty for me to
walk or keen about. I had alsn a tarter .hh ..ri .k.
P of my head which was extremely troublesome and sore : it
got to be alsaoat a scab, used quite a number of remedies foi
both the complaints, but received little or no benefit, until I took
your Saraapariila, which, through ths kindliest of Providence, ha,
restored mo to mora than me aauaJ health, uta. m
hettr tt,. I k. t . l - T' J ' 1
. . .. . HWMUW( j mat nuw ew years oi i
Sfe- I believe at to be aa savsiuabta asedieine, and recommend H !
, aiu u.aEqeesaiusB!sa,wBaca la vary large, aa I have been
a sunnier a great auay yeera. I hope this hssty sketch stay he
at much bene At ts rou as eoat Bsdieine hss to ma.
so.. jun.i saULs; Jsrssy city.
The Wlowms; was sent to our Agsnt in Rah war, by the Re
J. O. TUN (HON, of the Methodist Cnscoosl Church-L. of th.
aaoat learned and respected la the connection and is another
.. woouenui enacts 01 ur. a. r. i ownssou l Bazas
Paiaao Peaaaeo H aeine Cne net Mm .
MPrtoread great general debility of my systsas. atuMdsd with
Mwm "a wnawa m any inroac ana 11
lunea. I wee at
rr Mammm bbju is coaeeqoeneo of hi
McUant decided testimony ia iu behalf, ind
of having read Captain
Towaasnds lerfsmed Saraapariila I tried it
tnr Dr. a P.
confess, mors in
the hope then ia the conadence of its prn
bound in candor now to scknowledrs. thi
before I began to eBpsrienes its salutary efmeU ; and I may now
say, with :eptaia McLean, -that I would not bo without noa any
eonsidaratioo." It has dene me more good thea any prariow
resaedy I have tried, and if this atsteiaaut it deemed by you of
wi wrwriance. you aava my luu coaseat to make it public.
Itahwsy, August d,W. A O. TUN180N. I
This eerti Scats eoaclnsivelr nrovaa ik.t iku a.aMii. v
Psrasct control over tha most obalinate diaeasss of the biood.
Thras persons eared ia one honae i. .n.r...i.ni.j
P. Tsweates-Des Sir: I save Iks Blsasurs aa iaferaa
tTIiIf '"7 " m1 eliWrea have been cored of the 8erarula
sThaT.. JtTlTMEH 22 if,! ."5!,n,B Lhe lM"hr" ten-
hsaw.j, for which i (e.i mru IIItoToL kKiA" hu saddle horses,hscks, buggies, and person
Vary respectfully, 0
ISAAC W. CHAIN. I0S Woostsr-sL
O oranoHs op rersiciAits;
r.??JL".fL,rti enoarnrned, nvaicilr. of ths
M. numerous csssa presenbed Dr. a e
lowaaendi, Sarssnsrilla, and believe it to bTooTof tha nort
teUarSTBuatioosuiuieBUrket m wun
H. r. rULINO, M. rx
J. WILSON, m. n.
a. a brioos, m. d.
AJby, April ,. ,T. R TMW- B
aJ?.! ' Ilv"'1 eriaHptl Ofllee has bean removes from IM
I!?. J" et, tha buildinc fonasrlv oeenrked be
bbjo bouib aaoust caauva. '
SSrFor iale by I. N. BRYSON & CO..
A"T i No. Stalest reel, aaa Mrs. H KfaUsa
Cl. .!L "f0" ! Kidder, Jr. Unroll : Henry
Ccord, J. Bskh fc Son, Provioeacs; and be Droeriits and
Mehtjj, throojhoot th. Unitl swlS lodi
cTt Tinvru Sr. p a PER. DEALER,
JVo. 130 North Main Street, St. Louis, opposite
lAe JSanx oj jwtssour,
ITTILL fill orders at wholesale, as low as any
V .ik.. hn... in hn wpstern country. My
, y ir '
purchases east beinir nearly all for cash, I feel cer
tain that I can offer as great inducements to cus
tomers as any other house west.
3000 Mitchell, Olney and Smith,,
2500 Mitchell and Smith's Primary,
2000 Parleys Geography.
15000 Elementary and Eclectic,
2000 Comley, Fowle and Town.
3500 Smith, Pike and Colburn,
3000 Davies, Smiley and Adams,
4000 Ray and Emerson, parts 1, 2, 3.
5000 Smith, Kirkhom and Chandler,
3finn rnmlov Mnrrav and Bfown.
Tn nj;t;n to those. I have a full supply of
Histories. Dictionaries, phi
losophies. Chemistries, Phisiolojjies, Geologies,
. . . ss k r i' t J sT1 I
Rhetorics, &c. AIsn, LAW, JViaicai. anu viu
1000 reams Cap, from $1 50 to $6. .
1000 reams Letter, from $1 50 to $6
2000 bundles Crown Wrapping,
3000 do Medium do
1500 do Double Green do.
500 do Straw
100 do Hardware
150 reams Envelope
200 do Blue Chandles
300 do Manilla
500 do 21 X 31, Printing.
275 do 22X32 do
300 do 24X36 do
300 do 24 X 37 do
100 do 25X38 do
50 do . 27X42 do
50 gross 4 oz black Ink,
50 do 4 oz blue do
50 do 4 oz black and blue
2000 do Steel Pens,
20000 do Quills. Nos. 10 to 80,
In a word, one of the most complete assort
ments of Stationary ever offered in this market.
10000 quires csp Rooks, half bound,
A. II. SnrtTX has a Book Bindery connected
with his store, which is well supplied with tools
and binding materials, and can mske ms owl
irHlank Work, whieh he offers for sale in his store,
being; equally well, if not better made, than any
manufactured blank books bougbt in tne eastern
market and offered for sale here.
All kinds of blank work made to order at the
shortest notice, and warranted.
3Tr Old books rebound.
Tne highest market price paid in rsh for Tlags,
AMOS II. SIIULTZ.
136 N. Main street, St. Louis.
May 6th, 1850- CO ly.
STATEOF MISSOURI. ) cc
County of Pike. b!
In Pike Circuit Court, ( sittinejas a court of chan
cery) April term, 1860.
Almond T Vaushan and the heirs 1 .,.
of Horatio T. Kent, deceased, Ifi",";
Complainants, VS. f fie execution
Thomas W.Thruston, Defendant. J or N"'
JT appearing to the court that the said defendant
he be notified, by a publication in some newspa
www ww itnans wa U as new inaica U ar B as a, a ew 1 a aaaaa
per printed in thia Slate, that the complainants
have filed their bill setting forth that in 1825, de
fendant executed a deed of trust, constituting
w- a . saere ear n . . . .
ltooert w wens trustee, and authorizing nimto
sen certain town lots in the town of Clarksville
in said county, and apply the proceeds to the pay
ment of a certain debt in said trust-deed men
tioned owing by said Thurston to one John Ew
ine, and allcdeiisg that said Ewing has transfered
i. auis w pstia conipiuiiiaiiin, ina
prayins; for the appointment of a trustee in place
of said Wells, (who, they charge, has refused to
aci; ana lor specific execution of said trust; and
it is further ordered that this order be published
eight weeks successively, the lest insertion to be
at least four weeks before the next term of thia
court, to be held on the 1st Mondsy of September
iirxi, at uowiine ureen, in said county, at which
lime and plaee the said defendant is requested to
appear, and in default the bill will be taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered according to the
. .t r a
A true eopy from the record.
Attest: JAMES M. MARTIN, Clerk.
T JC Faoo, s'ctr. forcomp'ts.
May 20th, 1850. 62 8 w.
TO TRAVELLERS, BUSINESS MEN
AND VOTARIES OP PLEASURE.
HE undersigned begs leave to return his ac
knowledgments to the good citizens of thia
""n .ne PUO'IC at large, lor tbeir liberal pat-
al services, as well as the .services of other er,.
rienced drivers, to convey passengers to and from
all points accessible in the country. His prices
v lonowmg piaces are asroiiews:
To Bo wling Green - - 50 cents.
To Noix Creek ehurch, - - 20 do
To Buffalo church, or Springs, 20 do
utner conveyances and distances on h moat
reasonaoie terms. 11. W. P. WOOTTEN.
Jnne 17lh, 1850 tf
WANTED To pay cash, or Goods at cash
5,000 bushels Corn.
5,000 bushels Oats.
500 bushels Potatoes.
500 bushels Flax Seed; .
iHi.ooo pounds Bacon tosreUier with a lanr
mmnlirw .f ..- J v w ,-:.. O
i j t juuucr ana s7K" '
April 6th.. LUCS Si MURRAY.
"TfTffTOULD respertfully announce
Wf in the house lately occupies
f in the house lately occup.ea ty
anio ind Fancv Dry
Deeming.it unnecessary to go . - --
hi. stock comprises every var.ey o. """""
request all to give him a call, and examine his
anv house in town
-L . . a .
June 10th, iou iy
t. E. WILLIAMS,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, BHUts,
OILS, PtiKr UMbrti! t,unti.viiv-
ARY, DYE STUFFS, SiC &c,
Drnver's Row, Water Street, Louisiana, Mo.
- - ... AK..Hea.MeIjE.l-
Prescriptions careiuuj ;uujjium.-
April otn, aovji.
..... .. ... r t
rm .Tif .((.niien rT th. nublie is inviien to ine 101
lowing catalogue of medicines which are kept
at the Drujr Store on water m., jjouisiana, mu;
Rorlgers' Liverwort and
S. P. Townsend's do.;
Buckhsn's Hung. Bal
Dr. Jayne's f amily inea-
Smith's eiienr coateil do.;
Rowand's Tonic Mix.;
Dr. MoHunore's Rheu
Wright's Indian Vegeta-
Hamilton's Fam. Medi
b e Pills:
liar's Liniment for Piles;
Doctor Storm's Scotch
Mexican Mustan lini
McClane's Pills & Ver-
Lindsay's N. & B. Lim-
Msg. Pain Extractor;
Famll's Arabian Lin'mt
Gredley's Salt Reumatie Cnllen's Indian egeta
Ointment: ' Die ranacar;
Tn fact all the Popular Family Medicines of the
lav. warranted genuine, forsale at WILLIAMS'
Drug store, Water si., Louisiana, no.
April 6th, 1850. o" ly.
FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES,
PURE OLD PORT WINE, Madeira Wine
and Cogniac Brandy, which Was bought
expressly for medical use. Inr sale at
WILLIAMS' Drug Store.
May Oth, 1850.
flASTOR OIL, Sweet Oil, Spts. Tnrpeiitine,
Ground Pepper, Mustard, fce.. for sl at
(p6. WILLIAMS' Dma: Store,
YRENGES, assorted sizes, for sale at Williams'
Drug Store. lap O.J
DR. P. CARR,
AVING permanently located in the town of
Howling ureen. nice county, mou win ue
thankful for a share or public patronage.
May 6th, 1850. w am.
J, B. . Henderson,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
T3OITice immediately above the Jrwelry store
of W K. Kennedy U Co., on Ueorgia street
DR. WM. W. WISE,
(Main Street Louisiana Missouri)
Vender of Dry Goods, Groceries, Dye-
r.. r rt i . i r tr l
of75, i-ainis, uus, y . arnvsuta.
, , . j . , , , , ,
5Tf" Ho also keens constantly on hand andi
, , : . n ..ir w wnnr i ne lurnuure oi me nouse lias oern rcpicmeu-
forsale a Kood supply of FAMILY MEDIA throuphout, and the premises generally sub.
CIJVES, warranted genuine. All of which jestedtoa thorough renovating. .The location.
will be sold as low as the Lowest. jabove indicated, is opposite the mosl active part of
0"f lease call and examine goods ana
N P. Minor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowliwo-Gbii", lMo'
Oifice in theCourt House.
A TTORNE Y AT LAW, Bovlin g- Crern Jlb.
Regularly attends the Circuit Courts of Pike
Kalis, Lincoln, Warren and Montgomery
S. F. Murray, -
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowling Green, Mo1
.a... a .. . . . r . " I
mil promptly attend to any bnsinessthat mav
s ... - .7 .. '
oa entrusted 10 ins care.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
A TTEND3 regularly the courts of Pike
Lincoln and St. Charles counties.
SJ-Address Prsirieville, Pike county. Mo
r aiHE undersigned has resumed the practice
a oi me Aawa ana win attend thn rivxnif
Courts in the counties of Marion, Ralls, Pike,
Montgomery. Lincoln and St. Charles, and in
such other business as shall be entrusted to him.
His residence is at Bowling Green, Pike county!1
S"o. V7M A TITTXTT.
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& CHEAP CASH BOOK STOREYS
WHOLESALE and Retail Bookseller and
t . i?tat,ioner' No' 124 Main Strett Swnt
suitis, uio., aeeps on nana a splendid assortment
School, Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Books
vuuns, inic, tyaiers steel Pens and
Slates Writing and Wrapping "
Papers: Blank Books
in great variety, together with AVCrv nlfiov as.
ele in his line of business.
Books bounrt in the best manner.
Call and examineNo. 124 Main Street
Lumber! Lumber!! Lum
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eoaaanaul Kn ruin onrun, uvrnu WCU
i ,-7i7 .ri,wu ontnuiins, ior sale by
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, to the public that he has just received end now opeDnvg,
i. i if ct,.nharn. a veneral assortment ef -. i
"'"V nrnom P3 ' ' :
Goods, t-rocenes, czc. .
.nlimeratior 0f articles, he will only. .y.thatv
J, fnltnA in this market. He would earnestly
; he pledge, him.elf to sella, low as
Uooos, as ue pi faJ()HN A jnoEUiSOIl,
aViaiB Bireet, xuiaiia.
CITY ORDINANCES. ' -
(No 58) . "
AN OBDIlfAHCE APPaOPWATUfO MOHET. . "
BE it ordained by the city council of the city of
Louisiana as follows, to wit: ' ' ..' '
Sec. 1. The sums of money herein named, are
hereby appropriated for the use of the persons
named herein respeetiyely, to wit : ,, "
For the use of Geonse W Conder, as health of
ficer, for lime, and labor In distribntinir the same, .
thirty-six dollars and seren cents. For same, as
street commissioner, for sundry work, per report,
nine dollars and 25 eenta. ror same,as conataoie,
for takinir np hoes $2 35 eents making total for
use of said Conder $47 67cts.
For the use of Conrad smnn, iot rem oi nwra
for Mason, a poor person, $3 75 els. - s
For the use of W O Black amore, for work on
Louisiana Cemetery, $15- , . -
See 3. This ordinance l ne in loree irom its
W. K. Kr.Niie.il,Jiajor.
nxxneasoii, Clerk. '
as oaniXAKCi to ametid aw oanisARce nrmw
AS 0XDI5ASCB COSCtaSTSC CtTT BUXTIIiO
BE it ordained by thaeily council of the city of
Louisiana, as follows : . . . . ;
1. So much of the ordinance to which this
is an amendment as provides, that the main alley
or passage through the city cemetery shall be 19
feet wide, is hereby repealed.
See 2. One half the tier of lots o each side ef
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ssid main aiiey, auaii m tuora ivam ..v. r..
said main alley.
See 3. tn any pnbUe sale of lots or blocks of
ground in the city cemetery, no lot shall be sold
for less then the sum of six dollar.
Sec 4. Arier the pnb!ic sale, the Mayor of the
city shall permit anv person tn purehe a lot, ae
cording to nnmher, for the snm of ten dollars; and
on snch nnrehaeer pay'" the cost of the lot. the
Mayor shall proceed to make a dred in the same
manner a provided in public salry.
See 5. The Mayor may sell any single crave ia
the strangers department, or in the colored depart
ment, for ene dollar and the cost of deed, but snch
crave shall always be in cense entire Order with
graves already occupied, and to be selected nnder
the direction rf the sexton.
Sec 6. Any person may have a ersve provided
free of cost, hv makins a statement in trtitine t
the SfXton, that the t eron r-r rori-se to be buried
is a poor person, and has no available estate to
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pay tne cost ot grave ana expnar; run ine !-' ,
shall not eaose any person to be bnri'd as poor
person without such slatrment being first filed by
some reputable white person. "
W. K. KENNEDY, Mayor. -J.B.
M Comer of Main and Morgan streeisSuipt
Louis, Mo. The subscriber wofild re
spectfully inform his friends ami the public, I hut
he has purchased from Messrs. A.' &. B. J. Vsf
fjourt their interest in the above house, and less-
ed it for a term of years, add pledges himf elMrst
no exertion, on his part, will be wentirg to im ks
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an iiiu. itfui nun nun s van iivimui hvm..,
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the Levee, and equally cm venicnt to e tmra
mercantile and manufacturing part ol the ci'j.
The situation is healthy, the rooms airy, and sus
ceptible of thorough ventilation.
The proprietor has spared no ex rem e in bi
ting up this house. - His fable shall be furnibed
with the best the maiket aflbrds. At the bar,wlich
hasbeen refitted & furnished in a suprrit r style,
he has on hand (having removed bis 6teck of
wines, liquors and cigars from the Virginia Ho
tel Bar) and will continue to keen, as he pur
chases from the importer in New York, a sop
ply of the -choicest brands of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars, and hopes to receive a share of pa
tronage, proportionated his endeavors to please.
A. U. PECKHAM Proprietor. .
jajOTICEis hereby gften that the undersigned
has obtained from tRa the County Coulter
Pike eounty. letters Of admialatratinnnn tK estate
of Virlinda Thomas. deroasAa. kar!n. !., tha
5th day of June, 1850.
All persons havina- cftiml awainat aairl svstate.
are requested to present them within one year Irom
thedate of said letters; and if not presented withy
in three years from said date thaw wiii k
precluded from the benefits of said estate.
, . BILLITHA G. LONG, Adm'r.
Jane 17lh, 1850. (-3w)
Final Settlement. i
TOTICE is hereby given, that the nndersisned,
administrator of the estate of Joseph White,
dee'd.. lata of Pike eounty, will apply at thr
next Aug. terra of the said a.n.,ni. J Li . -naC
settlement of his administration on said estate, h
and where all nnrenn. tnu. j . mt..
think proper , " i
RICHARD WHITE, AdnW. r,
Per Richabo Wobshabi, AgenV .7
June 17th, 1850.
AHX Trhoue"ith the dUtresstng disease eaCV
. "o toothache, ean Und t. waln.ki.
at WiiTu0 w,f O0hcn- medleine, which is for
Drof Store, Louisiana. w!
May 87th, 1850 nl r
ENAG-ALSME' Mass, Sulphate aAe;.
Iron HJ?r0s?,h,Be' Q""""-. Iodine, Iodide of;
, . ... s.sTiiuamr urug store, r .--f-: - t
r.,a "J rariMII iJi. " n ,'
lap 6. WILLUMS Drvif iWore.