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.tfrhW roornary-7Mr-B Thomas
H. Benton, "our . diiUnguuhed v Senior,"
who, itis said, upon the authonty of Austin
A. King, i striking for thr Presidency,
arrived in this city day morning last,
and is Stopping at tba Virgin Hotel. ( Go
m,nffiM on FridaY-morninc, we
found seTtrai gentlemen; who; had ? called
the mornine papers, to whom
we remarked-"Col. Benton has arrived."
Ah, indeed! said some of them, who had not
heard the new: f. f
"When did he arrive?" said one. ' , . . .
TW morning, was the reply .t;
j$y what conveyance did he reach here?"
asked another. ,
By steamboat," said we. .
Then ao the question "WhatBoat?"
At this Doint, our devil, who had. laid aside
his composing stick and was listening- to
the conversation, observing that none of the
companf ; answered, and supposing the
nnoRtinn was not addressed to a of one in
narticular. verv innocently shouted "ths
Humbug. SiaA.Atthis.there was a general
roar, eaased-of course, by the thought that
Thomas Humbug Benton, had travelled to
our city on board the Steamer Humbug!
Oar-devil, by the way, had heard some one
mention the name of the boat, which he
understood, was Humbug" but his hear
ing deceived him. N It was Hamburg. We
close by announcing" (hen, that the great
Httmbugger reached this rcity 'on board of
the steamboat Hamburg? and that the will
leave here in two or three? days from this
time; God grant him a safe -and speedy
departure, and an absence of days as end
less as the ages of eternity. Jefferson City
Metropolitan. : : ' - 1 -
Nobody likes to be nobody, , but - every
body is pleased to think himself somebody;
though the worst of the matter is, when
anybody, thinks himself to be somebody, he
is too much inclined to think everybody else
to be nobody. . (, .
' Every fool can find faults that
many wise men can't remedy';: f.
' The end of . learning is 0 know , God,
and out of that knowledge to love him, and
to Imitate him, as we may the nearest, ' by
possessing ourselves of true virtue.
Wa must be useful to men. to be ereat in
their estimation. 1
We must not look for happiness in the
world, nor in the things cf the ' worldj! hfit
within ourselves, in our temper, end in our
hearts. ' ''
; OOOO ADVICE.
If wisdom's ways you wisely seek,:'.'
Five things observe with care: ' v . .
. , Of whom you speak, to whom you speak,
And how, and when, and where.
Stockholders Attend I
THE subscribers to the proposed Hal! Tor the
"Sons," :"Odd Fellows"' and "Masons,"
are respectfully requested to meet at the present
Masonic Hall at 1 o'clock, t. on Friday, the
pth day of November next, for the purpose of
organizing the Company, electing, urreaors, ana
taking such measures lor building as they - may
think prof er. ....
By -order of the joint committee. --
- - ' " - - - T.'BETTS,-
J. L. WOOD.
Oct. 25th. 1850.
2" Fanners! Ponder well over the thousand
accidents that daily befall horses and cattle, which
often render tbem uselr ts for life; when, if you
would make it a point to alwavs keep on hand H.
G. Farrel's Arabian Liniment, you could bave the
animal cured in a few days; and thus not only save
time, but you would avoid the risk of losing the
0f I creature altogether. See advertisement.
TVO'lICE is hereby given tball ereliiorsarifl oth
L era interested in the estate of Noab H. Tur-
ley, deceased, that the undersigned have obtained
from the Clerk of the count v court of Pike county,
letters of administration on said esta e, bearing
date October 26th. 1850.
All persons having claims asainst said estate are
requested to present them within one- year irom
the above date; and if not presented within thte
years from said date, they will be rreve r preclu
ded from anv of the benefit of said estate. .
CHRISTIANA TURLEY, )
LEONARD S. TURLEY
October 30th, 1850
ST. LOUIS MARKET.
TnESDAT, November 5.
ToBAcco-Sales of 5 hhds, at the Planters' .7.:
- til ft
lilERIClXnOTEL, . ;
On Ylnrtslrtet, betwttn JttnSi Second, St. Louu.
The above Flotel. rebuilt, thorouchly ren
ovated, refitted, and furnished with entire
new furniture, with Jarce and convenient
'additions, its opened by the subscriber for the
accommodation ol transient and permanent ooara
ers. on Wednesday, the lGth of September.
The location is desirable, beine situated in the"
,'centre of the most extensive mercantile portion of.
and equally convenient to the Levee
V BAY STATE HIILS
' 11..! Ur.r .1,-11-.
El V STATE AWL. ., -
BAY STATE SHAWLS AND MANTLES. f
the latest and most unprnfed styles,- will rle
funiislifd tiv the snbspn lifts, at &e very lowest
prices. I'lirchnsers m please aotice that r the
ernnn'e IJa Stnt Inhrios benrtieketsteorrrspntMt
ins; ith iho above cut. am! t fv willabo beidin
tinci,'!ie' from a IT woolen hi, by their snpe
nor finish, fine texture, anil bnlltnocy ni colors.- -
Orders solicited from all sertionsof theennntrv.
and the same will be promptly, attended to. i'or
sale at wholesale by ; - :- : , , . ;
' BRO WNLEE, HOMER & CO-v ;.
: i So-kf Main street.
And at retail bv '' w t . . i ir..
.1X3 EU&f tit rS02Bfl.
Warehouse, at $0 to $U 5d. , The hoWj with its new additions, contains large
Hemp The tendency is upward, with sales and airv rooms, suflicient for the accomodation of
Thk Neptune. Yesterday, the new hell
hoat, "Snb-Marine, No. 4," commanded
ly Capt. J. B. Eads, arrived from the wreck
' the steamer Neptune, sunk twenty-one
years ago, four miles below Cairo. She
hronht up a remnant of the machinery and
freight of that boat, among which was a
quantity, of ,lead and shot. The enter
prising, owners of the 'Sub-Marine" have
eared the entire machinery worth savingly 3 gc
alter so long an immersion, ana wie ireigm
the latter of which consists only of 1,100
pigs of lead, and obout 100 kegs of shot.
Search for this boat was commenced by
one of these gentlemen seven years ago,
an J was prosecuted annually at low water,
until .the wreck was found, which occurr
ed about two years since. He had been
stimulated to this search by the report that
her freight was 'very valuable, consisting,
as report said, of same six thousand pigs of
lead and a Urge sum of specie. J lie ves
sel was eventually found fifty-three feet un-der-water,
and em'wdded in fourteen feet
of sand, on which had accumulated.a per
fect rack" of logs and snags. . He went
at work with sub-marine machinery, audjSuirar
cleaned the wreck, and explored the hull j Coffee
of 137 bales very choice, from store, at $94 per
Whbt Sales at the Millers1 Exohange of
5,938 sks 84 bbls, ranging from 60 to 78c.
Fi.on $3 80 to $4 50.
Oats 40 a 42c, sacks included.
Greek Apples A sale of 131 bbls, at $1 50
Corn Some small lots of old taken at $55c.
Sales of 313 sks new. at 45c, sacks returned.
Hides Sales of 26 dry flint, at 9c.
Bacox A sale of 8,000 lbs clear sides, at
two hundred cuests. with dining room of suflicient
size to sent cnmfnrtablv the above number,
It'is the determination of the proprietor, to make
it equal in every respect to arty house in the ciiy,
and hope by the strictest attention to the best in
terests of his guests, to merit a liberal share of patronage.
nl9 1 y. GEORUL WUUU. .
LOUISIANA PRICES CURRENT.
Barker Ornct, Nov. 6, 1850.
thoroughly, and the result lias proved as
above stated.' The whole amonut of freight
recovered will not more than compensate
him for absolute outlays.
The perseverance of these gentlemen
deserves a better reward. Their present
bell boat is a model of its kind; and they
richly' merit the attention of insurance
companies and western river men, to aay
nothing of the Government. Times, Oct.
30. - -
Lift't DifficuUkt.The first thing, de
pend upon it, is to look upon a new life with
a different eye; to resolve firmly and strong
ly to grapple with the change , which for
tune has forced upon you, and to wring
from it all the benefits which it is capable
of yielding; te cast away vain regrets and
make ready for the future as a new being.
As you cannot fit your fate to yourself, - fit
yourself to your fate ; and it is wonderfu
how soon you will find difficulties vanish.
disgusts disappear; and new .sources of
pleasure springing up where you least ex
pected them. If there be anything in the
past which goes beyond regret anything.
I mean; that you condemn, repair it as far
as you have means, so that the shadow of
itungs uiat you nave Jet t behind you may
not cloud the sunshine of those before you
j7 -ft -.'.til
The Pari (Mo.) Mercury says: "Snow
fell here on the 24th inst. very rapidly for
.about two .hours in the morning, and the
weather looked ,nd, felt winter like for
veral days after." -,.'...;
' An elderly gentleman, accustomed to
"indulge, V entered the room. of,, a certain
ion where sat a grave Friend by the . fire.
Lifting a psir of green spectacles 'upon his
joreneaa, mooing nts innamed eyes, and
falling for hot brandy and water, he com
'plaiaed la his friend that "bis eyes . were
getting weaker and weaker; and even spec
tacles, didn't seem to do them any good."
OTleH Ihaariendrepliedthe Quaker,
ivbu ft Miaaw if toee was to wear thy
flpeeUoleedverthy mouth for a few months,
ttj eyei wotuqet sound again,'
The attention of a Iittle'gid being called
ta a rose bush, on whose lopmost stem the
eldeetjose was fading, bat below, and .
tewad wbioh three beautiful crimson bods
wtre Just TiBfbldmg their charms, aha art
" I wlyj exclaimed to her brother "See.
fwmie, ueseiuue ouda nave just, a waked
-ts ki tUir soother before sbe die." .
60 per bushel.
35cts per co
,'25cts per do.
4 to l-2cts peril.
21-2a3cts per lb
- 4 a 5c per lb.
3 1-2 a 4 per cwt
- 4 a 4 25 per cwt
- 4 to 5 per lb
- 10 a 12 1-2
$l,25c per bushel
-' ' 1 per busheV.
'- . 5c per dozen.
- 6 to 7c per lb
11c per lb.
- 35 a 50c per gal
40 to 45c per bushel.
tft fltferer pal eff 1$ fcrnoryowi what yon
ado te-iay..aaidan advising mother to
4r child- Well; theo. mamma, let ua -t
Weil; theo, mamma, let at eat
WrU ttejirecoclouli re-
RESTAURAT, AXD GOOD DIUMUXG.
R. M. WIER.; informs the citizens
of Louisiana and vicinity, that he has
just opened a superb Kestaurat, on
i Water Street, In the house formerly
occupied by John F. Liroberick. His bar will at
all times be supplied with the test liquors and
cigars. Also, Grocrriei and Onfectionarie in
abundanne all to be found one door south of the
Post Office, on Water Street.
Louisiana, Nov. 6th, '50. R. M. WIER.
KRCIID'S BOOT & SDOBlfORE.
BOWL1XCI GREEA MO,
THE undersicned ha just received from Sain'
Loui a large and general assortment of
Boots and Shoes,
which be offers low for cash. I lis stock Consists,
in part, of a larre supply of Ladies boots and shoes
of every description and quality, viz : ,
Taylor Ties, bound seams; kid Excelsior & wax'd
. Polka Shoes; Calf Buskins, Grained Buskins,
Waxed Polka & Grained Boots; Misses'
; ' . fine kid Slippers, children's kip boots,
- trained Polkas, Taylor Boots & kid
slippers; Gentlemen's fine calf
i Morocco Boots, heavy winter;
beat kip, heavy & extra bro- ..
srao ditto. A full supply
of gentleman's shoes of all descriptions, as well
as a good supply or brogans tor negroes. He has
also constantly on band boots and shoes made in
bis own shop, which he offers low for cash, or on
a credit to punctual customers.
JAMES V. KIn(JAlJJ.
Bowling Green, Mo., OcUlOih, 1850. .
Since the above advertisement was
w Inserted, I have sold out my entire stock
to Messrs. T.tt J. A. Reynolds, whom I should be
Kiad to see receive a liberal snare of public pat
rooage. - , . .. J. D. K1NCA1D.
iniEREAS mv wife Rachel has left my bd and
II board, without any just cause or provocation,
this is to rorwarn all persons irnm trustine or nar
boring her on my account, as I will pay no debts
of ber contracting. '
juii.ti srwiiuLW. ar.
October 30th I860
Look Here, Farmers!
Look to your Interest !
TEX thousand grafted Apple scions principally
winter fruit, but including varieties from the
earliest to the latest, and such only as have been
successfully cultivated ir rhis climate, for sale by
6 miles west of Clarksville, and 8 miles smith of
Louisiana, Pike eoantv Mo. Price 10 cents.
October 23, 1850 nl 8. ' ; -
:if aoitsT.TS'.II' o.iis ot njJBmKiatm
, tt 1 .4 .r I t r : eiafjr
TIHsubsoriiftiU justin) receiptor 8 Pt,fj8
f'eeneral assovfment of.., 5!.i1f.,,1 rl -spsfi-7
FJCL J1JSTD ' WWTER GQQWh om
1 , :; r.itfiSHOeS,& i-ti 'la nHtaswir
V- He wrtM prtlcniar1yk- lUmm
goods and prhfeaii-ti rt Mi.? Sl'l'l
I-- Octivbt-f 3d.i85o. r;'")
jrj' G7 J. RJtELVS ietinTn Afaira tilt
M ' is a m.'t extra rfrrfinary merticwe, ow irn" -ofwhicfi
ts plared bejWrd onbtbfb'tist!lJ!
of the'artiele. andtbe ma-ay coirs beWffnafly
RUTHERFORD &.VAY, I, , i"1''"?1 htJUwtuch vfev ons M ".
Nos. 132. 134. Market U omertnenrrines ma rneswiiioi fBo otm PwjVMr
in wntia,,;'!! is-composes er PRKem exie 1
irum rvcQrli'irtr Arabia ''possesstatr.tn a easseeabVif
trated rorm, a11 fte7stimlaflntfAnoays)e,essfi
tratinf. htrettioti aiPyeVtiTslve propertteB;lnslsr
of the De'ert,slth'ea'miraeleiies
corfnirttie diseases oTTroifc'ttartand beasts nUif
II. G. Farrellt AraMata LUsinaejat,
! far beyond' aiw'tHnifnr tmtdif. iM .va
Abont a yer ana a naif aeo,'irHnpei-
ed in my wife's sfomaehj ttinivy ihereasrnriaa
sixe until it became' as" largT as my'fistjatid lesesyi
that she could not hesfr the least pressnre npon U
withorn atviriff hr extreme psm. rI $w the ad
vice of our best doCfors. and fliey differed rn opinJ
inn abont it; sonT sftid t ws an A Cake-sWf
Kniarremenr of me pteen; some, tnai if-wt ass
Enlargement of the'dvartes'aiid ofriertid It mwvi
a Totnnr of the Oraries,' an e'otiW not be' etrreo
except bvetitffnelt en'. InMseHtlealiiToafiimvi
1 was pe'rsnsaecT to' frr tl. G: FeTTnVAablin
Liniment sjoen lemd straftee 'as if maj appear,!
upon the third application she Vcah to impiaaef
and has continned irrttin? brtter dairy, nntil now
he is as wall as ever--enjojmff excellent health.
' Ko.'S, Main, cor. Market
IOSEPH MeBRI DE. Justice of the Peace for
" BuuaIo Township, wi!i noid a Law nay on
. . i n . t r - t . .
saitirany,int in m Movciuuvr ncxi.
ALL persons are hereby notified
that on the 31st day of July, ultimo,
two negro mn slaves, calling them
selves STEPHEN andJOSHUA.
were. apprehended near 'j lias, Illi
nois, and 'committed to my custody.
Stephen iaa very black neero. about
fie feel seven or eielit inches hich. and hns lost
the left liall' of lis upper front teeth, which he
says were kicked out by a mule, he is supposed
to be about thirty years of age. but states his'age
to be zH years. Joshua is a likely young fellow,
about 5 feet 8 inches high, of a dark copper com
plexion, sprigimj countenance, and speaks pleas
antly and fluently. . He says he is 23 years of
age. Both negroes are well informed, and would
probably weigh about 140 lbs. each.' , Both were
indifferently clad at (he time of their delivery to
me. They slate that they belong to one William
Moore, ol Ray county, Mo.." -who resides be
tween Richmond and Lexington.- .That they to
eether with one other slave, a yellow fellow, left
home about a month since, and that said last men
tioned slave was apprehended at Portland, Mo.,
at night, in the attempt to get into a skiff to de
scend the river, aaid slaves are now in the jai
of Pike county, Missouri. The owner of said
slaves is hereby requested to come forward ami
pay all charges incurred by reason of the appre
hension and custody of said slave.or I shall, on
the 25th DAY OF NOVEMBER KEXT, pro
ceed to sell them to the highest bidder for cash,
in hand, before the court houe door in Bowline
Green, Pike county, Missouri, for the payment j
ol the costs and charges aforesaid. n
' M. G1VENS, Sheriff P. C.
Aug. 9th, 1850. 3m. '
Come and Settle Up!
THE notes and accounts of 'William Erclish,
nd also those of Thomas Bricc, have been
placed in my hands for collection, and if not speed
Sv settled, thev still be put into the hands or an
officer to be collected by law. Cost can be saved
by calling and paying up
October Htb 70 3w j b Hwutssua
llRGlNll WAGOX ItllKLNG.
niCHARDM. PENN, havjn- leased the shop
formerly occupied by Ezeklel R. Glasby as
a Wagon Maker's shop, in the cily of Louisiana.
is now prepared to execute all work in his line of
business with fidelity and despatch. Having been
encased in the Wagon and Carriace making busi
ues for some time, and being determined to use
only the best materials, he hopes to receive the
calls or all who desire to purchase work or the
best qnality. His prices for new work and re
pairs shall be as low as those of any other work
man, and be will warrant his work lo eive satis.
faction in all cases where satisfaction car be civ.
en.. RICHARD M.PEKN.
v October 14th. 1850 tf
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING in the Post Office at' Louisiana,
Mo..on tha 1st dav of DrlnW. IRnO. which
if not taken out, will be sent to the PostOfliee
Department as dead letters.
tTAVING bought Mr. Kincaid's slock of leath---
er and shoe, we shall be nleased to juppIv
his friends and Customers with whatever they may
desire in the boot and shoe line, at the most rea
sonable rates . .We shall keep a full supply of both
eastern ami country made work constantly on
band, aod shall endeavor to deserve a liberal pat
rooage, by good articles, low prices, and constant
enons lo pisase. ; T.& i. A. REYNOLDS. :
or. 0th, 1850 if. -
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has obtained from Ura Clerk of the Couaty
Court of Pike county letters of administration en
the estate of Hetekiab Gibson, deceased, dated
tneiidaay of ucmoer. itsoa. . .
'All persons kaviag claims apraiant aaid estate,
sre reottested to present tbem wtuun one year from
the date of said letters; and if aot presented with
in three years from said date, they will forever be
precluded bom the benefits of said estate.
TERRISSA GIBSON, Adm'fc.
Oct. 14th, 1850. (17-Sw)
Mary C. Coleman '
Rev. James Cameron
Robert Correll -
Tho. II Cunningham
Wm. C Downing -Henry
David Emerson .
Jane Fox ... ( . ,'
A Greenlea ,
James H Hart
Sarah E Hoyle
C A Hobbs
'2 S M Hammond
3 Joshua Hnuchins
S Slade M Hammond
A ! Rev R II Jordon
Thomas R W Jackson
. Wm Mascomb
r Ellen MeCormlck
John Me Kim -
'. Joeph MrGee
Sarah II Norvcll
Mary Rice , .
' Nancy Smith .
1 Rob't Sweeting
' Jane Thompson
JOSEPH RICHARDSON, P. M.
October 1st, 1850. s
WANTED To pay cash, or Goods at casa
nrieea. tar. ---" - " .il
5,000 bushels Corn.' ' .T ' -.j ,, i' '
5,000 bushels Oats. 1
.'. 500 boshels.PotaUes.: tZ'"rtW' '
J BOD huihala Flaw Ssed.- '
50,000 pounds Bacon together With a large
quantity of .Butter and Eggs.
April 6th. " .LUCE & MTftRAY.
p DRAPER & BROTHERS, beg leave to in
form thecitizeusof Pike and other counties,
that rey are prepared for extensively packing
Pork the present season, and are now prepared to
enter into contracts for the delivery of good well
fatted Hogs on favorable terms. It is not their
design to offer any fictitious prices with a view to
ePect the market, bntare determtned tpay as
fair prices as any regular packing house north of
Farmers are solicited to give them a call before
engacing their hogs.
23" They are prepared to slauchter all hogs
offered for sale, and to pack on commission on
reasonable terms. '
Louisiana, Sept., 16th, 1850. 8w. !
feona, March ISw.-; fTPl'V
TAe. dpinim a,an; Old. Kiperunetd aru$ &(,
; ' 9 iifit Farrier t 'Y:
Washixoto, Iowa. 'June 26, 1849.'-
From 4be speedy, and, permanent cures, botlt mt
man and beast, which - yonr Arabian Liniment ia
performina-. I do n-heiate tn pronomee it "the
Great Remedv of the Ace. I havs praerieed Bbe
torine horses for these twenty .years,, and bava
tried all the virions liniments, ointments, &c so
n.nch pnffed np-in the papery bwt I amat sayhat
H, G. FarrelPs Arabian Liniment, f xeeeds any
that I ever made irs of. Ty if use, I bave cured
Sweenv 4nrl Sinrii lonr after thev bad beee wsst
nonnred incnraUe, and I have eaved snare thsrsf
fifty horses t hi season witk our Xi aim est, eao
bnaaingeveyshade.of Viseas', from scratch
and bruises up to Spavin, Rina-Bone and Sweeny
I can also bear testimonvf its good effects nn the
human system.' I was ennfined nearly all last
winter to mv room with' Rheumatism, and emi'd
ret nothing to hefp me; nnriM eommeneed A
of your LinimeVitj'which',eWrely cured snie.i.'Qn
( '-vi j Wjf. R. GRIMESi-.i'
A CARD. .
W. E. IIEXRY,
tf 'OULD announce to the citizens of Louisiana,
II that he will open a school in this city, for teach
ins the English branches of education.
The school room in the house formerly occupied
as a dwelling bv O. C. Tinker. The room is com
fortable and well furnished. . J5 School will
commence on Monday, the 7th int. 4 ' f " '
October 3d, 18atl. 4w.
J. B. Henderson,
ATTORNEY JIT LAW,
TOirice immediately above the Jewelry store
of W K. Kennedy & Co. j on Georgia street
Pine Shingles. - ; A
a FRESH SUPPLY of Wisconsin Pine
7 Lumber, assorted, and any quantity of shin
gles, for sale by , LUCE & MURRAY. '
1 fiA SACKS, large sixe, in store and for sale
1UU k. - . rmalSI "' LUCE Sl MURRAY ;
. L J .
Sun Pain of 10 years' ifnnding timed byH.'G,
. ! i TanelT$ 'Arabian Liniment.
Mr. II. G. FAaaxLt-Dear Sin' 1 bad been
afflicted with I be "Sun Pin tbtbe last ten years,
and could never set reliefrxeest by Weedine; but
by the use of H. G. Ferrell's Arabian Liniroeut.
applied over the temples abont three or fonrTimes
a A4i H was entirely removed,1 ' and I -1ave felt
nothine of siiiee. ' 1 went into the' stable- end
niehf , to anplyi it ti a horse's sore Jeer, and leing
very lame he stumbled and fell aninst Jnv len
cmshins and brnizins them sen bailjvthat,, they
turned black as my hat, rendering tbearpowerUfs.
l appnea your iiinimeo ano was wen encngn. in
a few days to co about strain as nsual. .1 afso
crushed my finger inashnckingmanner,byie1Xina
a bsc Wot fall upon your Liniment soon healed
it upj though. - . '.
. . , . . JOHN B M'GES
. La Salle precinct, Peoria co. Dl. Feb'y 6:849.
, ., ,f - .Bevrt of Counterfoil. , - MI
' The genuiiekrtic!e is manofaetored rrtly hy I
G Farrell. sole Inventor and proprietor .and wholes
sale dmegirt,' Ne 17 vaj street," Peoria, 111. t
w hom all anplieatiens' frrHiigeBeie or purchase
must be aridreedi ae sure -jtn (r it vritHthe
letters H G before Farrells dhas H O FAR-
RKLL'S and my mcnttere oo th wrapper: alt
Intliers are counterfeits. For sale bv .- - v-. ui r.
J. WILLIAMS A Co., Lenisiana.
. IT BX4KESLY.lt Cc 1
. ' - Wholesale Agents, St Leois snU
.. And rernlariy authorixed agents sJPever tha
United States. mis ri
; O-Call and get a Farrier.bqol.ea of attrge!
N The' pnblie are pavt icolarlv eantionefl'a
painstrh'ew counterfeit Vhtrb has lately made ita
appearance, called W FarreJPs'AraDian'Lmi
ment, and which thjsimpester rails, tpf "original
and true article." Look out Tor this spdrions mix
'"f nd be no'.deoeived with iU. Remesnber that
all the genn ,M article baa the letters H G hefora
J. HALS ALL,
poiiie Gentlemen, qme!
, A - LL persons . indebted , to JM. BuUetfff r
i V Bartlett and Buckner, .are exborte.-onca
cumv lurwua na.feiue up. ,4 Baveom
" STHOLESALE and Retail Bookseller and
w Stationer. Kb. 124 Main Street. Saint more to
Louis, Mon keeps ouhanfa a sr'.endid assortment Tpeled ta have money, and there 'noVes and ae
of i. . ' ": ' , ,,- ,. jconrits If not settled very soon, will be pTaceiia
Quills, Ink, Wafers Steel Pens and J. B. HENDEKSOIs : Att
Slates TVriling and Wrapping
.-: , , rsPttpers; Blank Sooka j., , ,
in great variety, together with every other r
nle in his line of business. ; ... . i ..-n ;?
Books hound in the best manner. ' 5
Call and examine No. 124 Main Street
.September 23d, 1850. 'V
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ExecutorV Notice. :X
IsaTOTTCE is hereby given that the undersigned
has obtained from the County Court of Pike
connty, letters testamentary on the estate of Jeha
Mulherin, beanne date August rotn, r59. : ,
All persons having claims agahwt; said state,
are reuiiested Id presentthemfritbiaone vearfrnm
nne date 01 sam reners? nno u not presented With
be precluded from the benefits f said estate
- JOHN D. MULHERIN, En. 1
Sept. 2, I860. -M.' r-n.js v "j
IjfUST RECEIVED dirtTrWrnrSNEW
Y YORK & PHILADELPHIA riiSii i'.tvms.
and now opehipg (nls)VAr Wo,.by,,
ttiui4fefst Best fittitk of JBoods he
" tnisiaisurKef .
Hts selectroDS have becM. .j. .uk.ui iM.
andary jfrd:iuptrioT,lBIuUt4lIstyle. H
U an old experienced deaie,bM aw pettUMsjr in
trade far any pari,, m tmW call
va . . "
nun lit. rkavj...i ... .
sell oo his H'rUtis9,iwiMitiirLQ'VtT:R
nnt nn w nuusb'"1 . Jjy 4 ivV'XX
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