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MONDAY MORNiyg Jampaet 13th.
Haserai LsbiSLatvss The two Homes mat
it,intsisimi on Friday lt d proceeded to
ballot far Cruted Skater. The 6rtbletjpreMntative8 be requisted, to oppose, by
Far HxsrrS. Gar", (Whig,) j : t : 64
t H. Bnmnr, (Freesoil,) r : : r r: 65' - j
- " J4sS.-Gaxs,(Dem.) 1 ' ';:ST
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Six balkt resulted in thesamei ... M . . '
; . (with all convenient despatch, a copy of the
war. . ...v ..; - .ir. : .'
We iears tba,t AttuvscB Rekd, Representa
tive fcoailioeoln, tied n Thursday last.
. jjsVWe call attention to notice of J. B. His-
vutsosv in this paper.
.-V, , JlPMBSOII Citt, Jak, 4.
The Report of the Auditor of Public Ac
counts was read and ordered to be printed
v Mr. Jones, of Franklin, presented a pe
tition from Frederick Munch, to. abolish
capital punishment ; also, from same, a pe
tition to repeal the Jackson Resolutions.
Mr. Stewart offered a resolution, to meet
in the Hall of the House en Thursday, the
9th init-i for the purpose of electing , a U.
S. Senator.. -Mr.
Chew introduced a bill to repeal the
seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth sections of
the act to sustain the credit of the Mate.
On motion, the draft of a new Constitu
tion for the State of Missouri, by Mr. E.
Casselberry, was referred to the Commit
tee of the Whole.
Mr. Crow's bill, to exempt Government
offices in St. Louis from taxation, was pass
A message was received from the Gov
ernor, nominating Samuel Treat, to the
Judgeship of the St. Louis Court of Cora
mom Pleas. It was read in Executive Ses
sion, and the nomination confirmed.
Mr. Broadhead introduced an amend
ment to the Constitution, striking out the
eighth section of the third article, and fix
ing the time of general elections biennial
ly, on the 2d Monday of October.
Mr. Reed introduced a bill to incorpo
rate and construct a Railroad from St.
Charles, to a point on the Northern bound
ary of Missouri.
On motion of Mr. Jofl.es, of Franklin, the
jbjl from i the House appropriating money,
was taken up and passed.
On motion of Mr. Crow, the House b$
authorizing the city of St. Louis to issue
bonds to the amount of one hundred and fif
ty thousand dollars, was taken up and pass
On motion, the Senate adjourned till
Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
This morning considerable gas was let
ofTin the House, in the discussion of rejo
lutions to print the Governor's Message.
' Mr. Crocket moved tbe printing of the
' Mr. Stephenson moved to amend by pro
viding for tbe printing of a specified num
her of copies in the German language.
Yetterday, the question was discussed by
Messrs. Hunter and Stephenson. It was
continued to-day, Mr. Stephenson making
l long speech.
. msr m vu w e
nr. sicrnersoa moved w amend me
proposition by providing for the printing of
tbe reports, &c, in the German language.
This was rejected, and Mr. Stephenson's
amendment adopted. The resolution then
passed, to print 10,000 copies in Eng
lish, and 2,600 in German.
There was some fun between Mr. Ste
phenson and Mr. Hunter, about the distri
bution of the message.
Mr. McPherson presented a memorial
from the City Council of St. Louis, and
bill authorizing the city to issue bonds and
legalizing certain proceedings. The bill
was read three times and passed, and sent
to tbe senate for concurrence.
Mr. Richardson introdneed a resolution
that the two Houses will meat in the Hall
ofthe House on Thursday next, at 2 o'
clock, to elect a. United States Senator.
The resolution' was read twicethe inle
being dispensed with when a discussion
rose as to whether it was joint or concur
rent. It was.-finally decided to be concur
rent, nd was passed and sent to the Sen
1 ate for concurrence.
Mr Kennett introduced the following
Jreambhs and resolutions in relation to the
ugitive Slave Law of - Congress which
fare laid on the table and ordered to be
Whcxzas, Tht Congress of the United
; " States, at its last session, enacted a law,!
- far" the effectual recovery of persons held
.' to servitude in on State, and escaping!
w anmner, commonly known as the u
; gitsvo Slave Law; and whereas, in the
. opinion of the General Assembly of Mis
souri, the exigency' of the times and tbe
terms of the Constitution of the United
'; States imperiously demand the enact
ment' of the said law ; that its provisions
are expedient and judicious, and if faith-.-Im&j
executed, will prove highly benefi
oil in protecting the rights of the peo
. P h slavaholding States, and will
' - '.tore , harmony among, and
, strengthen the bonds of union between
& Slam f the Confederacy , therefore,
Setohtdiga, Gemral Assembly of the
sowt,' That the provisions of
' Then m.ZA I A" . .
, L " r v,M!,C0lnmon,y kB1rB
WjVf&Tp , S;ra Jaw," and the
mtnt thereof by the Congress of the Unit
ed estates, are hereby approved.
, Be it further Resolved That our Sena-
tori in Congress be instructed, and our Re
their action, all attempts, that may be made
in Congress for the repeal or modification
of the said law,
Be it further Resolved, That the Gov er-
mw nf this fiftal. Km maiimI.iI t r,i.nr.iii
foregoing resolutions to eaeh of the Sana
tors and Representatives from this State in
tbe Congress of the United States, and al
so" copy to the President cf the United
The Speaker laid before the. House the
biennial report of the Auditor, which was
laid on the table and 10,000 copies order
ed to be printed, V,.j,;;
Mr. Stephenson presented a resolution
bringing up the Constitutional amendments
for consideration next Monday. - .
Mr. Burden introduced an appropriation
bill, which was read three times, passed
and sent to the Senate.
Mr. Tompkins submitted the report of
the committee to examine the condition of
the bank ; which was laid on the table, and
1000 copies ordered to be printed.
Mr. Hatcher gave notice of his intention
to introduce a bill to repeal the interest
law, and several other measures. The in
terest law, I think, will be repealed, and
the old law revived.
Mr. King introduced a bill to incorporate
the Lexington and Daviess county Railroad.
Mr. Clark introduced a resolution for
the election of Treasurer, State Printer.
tc, on Tuesday next, which was laid on
Messrs. Clark, Baughman and others,
gave notice of various measures that they
Mr. Hatchet introduced a petition for
the division of New Madrid county. Re
ferred to a committee of Messrs. Hatcher,
Hunter and Houston.
On motion of Mr. Campbell, the House
proceeded to the election of a Speaker pro
tern. Mr. Kennett, ( Auti-Benton) was
nominated by Mr. Campbell, and Mr. Kel
ly, of Holt, (Benton,) was nominated by
The vote stood as follows : For Kennett,
70 ; Kelly, 45.
The Sanate's resolution for a meeting of
tne two nonces to eitct a t inted Mates
Senator on Thursday next, was received,
but not ected U on.
A number of private bills and nerlimina
ry resoiouoM were introduced, but they
are nor. oi such general importance as to re
In the morning's proceedings, the debate
between Messrs. Hunter and Stephenson,
assumed something ol a personal character-
As soon as an opportunity presented it
self, the Speaker alluded to the character
of the debate, and announced his determina
tion, in future, not to permit the indulgence
of such a course, tits remarks, and tin
promptness with which he met the occur
ence, seemed to have e proper influence on
the House, and will do much to restarii
debate in future.
As to the election of United States Sen
ator, I am not prepared to prognosticate the
If a Whig selected, and I believe he will
be, I think Henry S. Geyer will be the man,
but this is only my own speculation
We are now at the end of the flirst week
of the session, and the two Houses have
made more progress than any one antici
pated when they assembled on Monday last
it is due to the members to say that
whilst they stand widely divided on politic
al subjects, there is a good social and per
sonal relation existing among them all
Whigs, Benton and Anti-Benton men. So
far as personal relations are concerned.
they are on the best terms with each other.
However violent the previous partizan
struggles may have been,' they have nut
marred the sociability of the members. You
will unite with me in the gratification whicl
i leei in uie election oi Dir. iiennett ai
speaker pro-tem. It is a decided, and I
think a merited, rebuke on Col. Benton, for
his insulting treatment of Mr. Kennett, on
the occasion of his speech in St. Louis, when
nir. K. propounded certain questions to
him. The senator of thirty years standing
is nxeiy to find out that he has a consti
tuency who had the independence to think
for themselves, and the firmness to vote
according to their own convictions.
' JxFFEhSON Citv, Jan. 6.
Mr. Miller presented the petition of cer
tain citizens of St. Louis, prayine the pas
sage of a law to require the registration of
births, marriages and deaths, which was
referred to a select committee.
Mr. Jones, of Franklin, presented the
petition of F. Munch, praying the repeal of
the law prohibiting labor on the Sabbath
day. Referred to the committee on the Ju
Mr. Hudspeth offered resolutions re
questing tbe Governor to have the usual
salute fired in honor of the 8th of Janua
ry which were adopted.
W v w m a . .
air. .Jackson,, of Howard, introduced a
bill concerninc marriages which was re
ferred to the committee on the Judiciaay.j
Mr. luiison introduced a bill to facili
Internal Improvements, by the con
tnict-litrocUtni of tJank Roads which was re-
ferred to the committee on Internal Im
provements, and two hundred copies or
dered to be printed.
Mr- Young introdneed a bill to estab
lish a uniform Jury Law. and to provide
for the payment of Jurors which was re
ferred to the committee on the Judiciary.
Mr. Allen, of St. Louis, introduced a
bill to facilitate the construction of the
Mississippi and Pacific Railroad ; and sup
ported it with a speech of some length,
invoking the people to wake up and com
mence a liberal system of Internal im
provements. On his motion, the bill was
referied to the committee on Internal Im
provements, and 200 copies ordered to be
Mr. Young introduced a bill to protect
the rights of married women which wast
referred to the- committee on the Judi
Mr. Stewart introduced a bill to expe
dite the construction of the Hannibal and
St. Joseph Railroad ; which was referred
to the committee on Internal Improve
ments. Mr. Vernon introduced a bill to mark
out a state road from the mouth of Linn
creek, in Camden county, to Buffalo Head,
in Dallas county, which was read a third
time and passed.
Mr. Crow introduced a bill to authorize
limited partnership ; which was referred to
the committee on the Judiciary.
Air. Noel introduced a bill to amend an
act entitled "An aet concerning executors
and administrators;" also, an act to amend
an "Act concerning minors and eurators."
Mr. Williams gave notice that he wquld
introduce a bill to construct a railroad from
Cape Girardeau, in Cape Girardeau conn
ty, to intersect the great Pacific Railroad
ator near the city of St. Louis.
The house resolution, setting apart
room in the capital for an office for Morse's
J eJegraph, was passed.
The-house resolution, fixing the election
of Senator on Thursday, was taken up.
On motion, the Senate adjourned till
o clock, p. M.
The house met, and after the usual pre
liminary proceeding", Mr. Crocket, from
the committee on Rules, reported an ad
diuonal section, creating a committee on
Swamp Lands, to whom the disposition
of the lands cranted by Con ere is for
draining the swamps, shall be confided
LOUISIANA PRICES CURRENT.
Wheat 60 to 5.
Hemp $3 75 to $4 00.
Tobacco 15 to $8 per 100 lbs.
Pork $3 00 to $3 S5 . "
Lard to 7e per lb.
Butter 10 to 12 per lb.
Flaxseed CI 25 yer bushel.
Dried Apples 0c to f 1 per bushel.
' Peaches $1 to $1 25 do
Money! Money! Money!!
mtiOSE indebted to Dr. E. M. Bartlt-tt, and to the
l urai oi Bameit &. Buckner, are once more ex
horted to come and srttU their nntts and accounts.
The money ursT come, and the time for soft talk
is past. Those notes and rcnunts not settled in
a few weeks, will be placed in -the hands of an of
ficer fur collection. This is no joke, but a timely
warninE to sava cost. It is out of the question to
n aiwaj, tor a lew dimes.
J. B. FIENDERSON.
P. S. Those indebted to the firm of Brice and
tonne, nil pleas take a similar hint.
Jan. 13th, '51. J B. HENDERSON.
VOTICE is hereby given that the omlersiened,
il administrator of tbe estate of Robert T. Lind
sey, deceased, Intc or Pike county, Mo., will ap
ply at the next February term of tti said count y
court, for a final settlement of his administration
on said estate, when and where all persons inle
rested are notified to attend.
PETER t VAUTJIIAN, adm'r.
January 13lh, 1851 4w
Almanacs for 1851.
A LL those who want Almanaes for the vear
ft 1851, will please call at the Drtur Store of
J. niLUAMb & uu., where they can get
V IITf I w at A a m n .
mem iree oi pnarge.
jyo J. WILLIAMS & CO.
LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. MISSOURI
DcctMBca 24th, 1850.
George W. Jamison )
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Maria Jamison. )
To Maria Jamison, non-resident.
"rOU are hereby notified, that George W.
B Jamison lias filed his kill apainst van
uie circuii court ot Lincoln county, in the
ot Missouri, the object and eenerai nature
which ia to obtain a divorce from tha Lands
matrimony between von and 1 tin said flvnrir W
. j - -e- "
Jamison ; and you are hereby required to npj ear
in said rmtrt. nn nr hmCnrm t K. fir.t la i'
next term thereof, to be beeun and held at the
r- - "T .n.i w m.w ..... M ui iu.
court Aouse, in the town of Troy, in said county
on tne hrst Monday in Miv nest, and answer
said bill, or the same will be taken for confessed
Teste, THOMAS G. HUTT, Clerk.
December 30th, 1850. (n27-8w.)
'TPTICE is hereby given, that the under-
-Ll signed, administrator of the estate of
JOHN C. HEKNDON, deo'd., late of Lincoln
county, Mo., will apply at the next' February
term of aaid county court, to be begtin and held
n Tnw. in niil ..,(. n ,1,. Or, A it i r
. J i wiuiti vm wiv -mut wvmui Ul
r ebruary next, for a final settlement of his ad
ministration on raid estate, when and where all
persons interested can attend.
- JOHN W. McKEE, AOm'r.
Dec. 30th, 1850. 4w,' .
IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, MISSOURI.
novufixB the zctb, jouu. . .
Elizabeth Pixxxxi, ) Action on account
vs. . : . by
Hxsav Prunza. J ) ' . Attachment, t
To HEJfR Y PI UMMER, nQn-rt$ident r
OU are bereby notified, that Elizabeth Plummer
has commenced suit against you, oy aitacn-
ment, in the circuit eoortof Lincoln county, in tbe
State of Missouri, the obieet and eenerai nature
of which is to recover the um of one hundred and
fifty dollars, for work and labor done end aooney
expended in takine; eare of three small negroes,
the property of said defendant. And you are here
by requires to appear in saw eoori, am or oeiore
the first day of tbe next tens thereof, to be be-
ran and held at the court smase in tbe taws or
next, and answer said' eerhibn, or the same -will
be taken for eanfeRsed aeatnut jon. - f '
Tetter .nv THOMAS O. HUTT, clerk.
December 23d, 1850. 8w . .
Final Seftlement, ; a
VOTICE ia berebv irivenHhaHhe nndemened,
11 administrator de boni nOiuNJf -"the estate of
Joseph McCune, deceased late of. Pike county,
Mo.; will apply at tbe next February term of the
said county court, for a final nertleaaeot of bis ad
ministration op said estate, when and, where all
persons interested are notified to attend.
NEWTON MeUaJuiuJr adnvr.
December 16th. 186U4w. - V : -
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL
IN pursuance of an order of tbe Coqqty Goort of
Pike county Missouri, bearing date tbe8tn day
or isovember, leoU, we ibau oo tbe t irst Moo
day of February next, between the hours of nioe
o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in tbe af
ternoon, and during the session of tbe county court,
for said countv, sell to the inchest bidder at public
outery, one credit of 12 months, tbe fellowins;
tract or parcel of land beloncine to the estate of
William Willis, deceased, to-wit : the west half
of tbe N W quarter of section ooe in T 61 N R 4
west 4ti acres or said tract is well encioed, tbe
residue is well Umbered, and has on it an abno
dance of stock water. There are on tbe premis
es a cood weather-boarded log house of three
rooms, with brick chimneys, two tobacco honses,
stables and other out houses, some meadow and a
youne orchard of thrifty bearing trees 60 or 70
ofwbicb are apple trees, the remainder peacn
trees, cherry trees lie. Said tract of land ties in
Pike county Missouri, about IB miles south-west
of Bowling Green,
Administrators of the estate of Win. Willis, dee'd
December 23d 1850 6w.
IN THE PIKE CIRCUIT COURT, MISSOURI,!
SEPTEMBER TERM, 1850.
Siftimbeb 10th, 1850. -
Maar Hocxi!s, PlaintifT, ) Petition -
IIcmphbev IIockixs, Defendant. ) Divorce.
VOW at this day apnrars said plain) iff, by her at'
it torney, and tbe court brine satisfied from tbe
affidavit herein, that said defendant is a non-resi
dent of this State, it is ordered bv the court, that
said defendant be notified of the commencement
of this suit, the object of which is to obtain a di
vorcr from the bonds at matrimnny neretotore
contrarted between said plaintiff and said defend
ant, and unless aaid defendant be and appear in
this court, on or before the third day of the next
term thereof, to be begun and beld at. the court
house in Bowline Green, in the county of Pike.
on the first Monday of April next, and answer said
plaintifTs petition nerem filed, according to law,
the same will be taken as confessed; and the court
order that a copy hereof be published for etcht
weeks successively in some newspaper publislied
in this enunty, the last insertion to he at least fonr
weeks before tbe next term of this court, until
which time this cause is continued. t '
A true copy from tbe record.
Attest: J. M. MARTIN, Clerk.
N. P. Mixor. Aft'y for pl'ff.
Novemcer 19th, 1850. (8w..
II'OULD announce to tbe good people of Pike,
M that he keeps constantly on hand a general
assortment ol all Kind or articles in tne -
SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFAC
consisting of the following articles ia part, to-wit:
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddles of various qual
ities and prices, from tbe plainest Pidgensto
the Loftiest Mexicans., Bridles for ladiea
and sentlemen, from the plainest ring
bit, to a splendid Jenny Lind bit
and Braddoon, together with
various qualities of Mar-
tineals, attached '
Fancy Silver and Brass plated Buggy Harness.
Short Tug or two horse do ' do
Japaned or black mounted do do
Leather Trace carriage, no
Wagon common, do
Horse collars, all sizes, qualities and prices, back
hands, Belly bands, Breech bands. Blind bridles
Check and Single lines, Whips of various kinds,
Buinry wagoners, Drayman's and Drovers, dr-
tached Whip Lashes, interlinked Breast Chains,
Tmnks, large traveling, and Valices, Carpet
Bars. Saddle Bags, Chapultepee Overshoes, be
sides various anicies too teuious 10 mention, an oi
which will be sold very low for Cash, or ex
changed for most of the productions of tbe coun
try. In addition to the above, he keeps constantly
on hand and for sale by the hundred, or less quan
tity, a choice ar;icleof Spanish and Oak laoned
Sole Leather, Upper reamer, finx bkins, ana
3TJ Cash paid for Dry and Green Hides, or
exchances mane io sun cmromrn.
GEORGIA ST., opposite BAIRD'S HOTEL.
Louisiana, December 16th, 1850. lm
Ll s nil tbe world and the "re at of man-
KENNEDY & CO.,
A RE now in receiot of the largest, finest,
A most fashionable and best stock ot Clocks,
Watches, Jewelry, Perfumeries, &c. &o., ever
offered in Louisiana. Also, Coufectionanea,
.fine Chewing Tobacco and Cigars, and a variety
'of other doings, too numerous to notice, which
Ithev will sell vsar cbsjlp for cash, or in ex-
change for old gold and ili er, or even California
, . rrvwvnv t, nn
luUSI. nwHibWA w.
Louisiana, Dec 9th, 1850. ...
N. B. They have also a lot of Cheap Jewelry,
such as is sometimes kept in Dry Goods Stores.
which they will grve away, if they don't sell
heaper than any others. . , 3m
S. 0. KLN0R,
DiBiMREfliiiE iBf rs?;
HAVING located-bimselr for the winter,
would respectfiiliy call the attention of tha
Ladies and Gentleaien of Loaiskaaand vsetnjry,
to his line of business.,, "V .", -3T rW"
Houri from 9 to 2 oloc: j ; "I g
Instruction and Apparatus' tifnihet etr
sonable terms, to anj who.' nuia to folyry
December 9th, 1850.; ..'v.V.r,- V"
Grea t Extra? agahce.;-, '
I Have juat received and etft now eyeeicafw St
and solendid, assortment of, FURNITURE,
(composed of Dress and plain Mahogany and Wal-
nnt front Bureaus; low post and . t east e ueaeteaas
cane seat, French and eomnion Chairs, Work1
Stand,' Wash Stands and Cand le Stands, Lonnfear -
and Marnunes, Presses, Rocking Chairs, Cribs,"
and other articles to tedious to ipenaeB, whscss X"
will sell eheaper than Forniture ever has been 7
sold in this place at regular boainesav ..- ..;;
Please call at the, old stand, of Brice rounj, r
Bartletl's Row, on Georeia street, end.Joge -
for yourselves. ' Leave your credit at borne, an
briiis; your money or produce,' and l.wiM tnsaire:
you a bargain. " " ' ' t'"" w
Old foroitare-repaiieaf en isjeaoaable terms, ex
new mad to order. : -. : .'.JJYOTJKBwG v
Louisiana, Nov. 18th, 1850-ly Al'i
THE trramphant sneeess of thefreat Jn-raataa)
Remedy for man and beaV '.'''
. CELEBRATXp ; ,. : rr
A r a b i a ri L i h i men tiU
I causing counterfeits to spring' bp all ewf' the '
country, spreading their baneful influence over the'7.
land, robbing tne pockets ot tne nonest sad unsos
pecting by imposing upon Ibetn worthlees -SMi
poisonous trash, for the genuine EL G. FarrelPs"
Arabiaa 14nimenU f ellow uitisenai- ieost wei
before you buy, and see that the label of the bottle
baa tbe letters H. G, be If re Farrall's, for if it, has)
not, it is cocsTtartiT.. Tbe label around each,
bottle of all any linimeat reads thus, H. GL,ar-;
rell's Cerebrated Arabian Liniment;" and my sig-,
nature is writ tea opon the label also, aad these,
words are blown in the glass bottle, MH. G. Tar--rell's
Arabian Liniment, Peoria." '- ' ' '. 'J .
This tml . great medicine still goes on, eeneoer-
ing disease, and snatchin masy a poor powerlesa
victim from the grave. By its powerftdly stisa
lating, penetrating and Anodyne qualities, it re
stores the nse of limbs which have been palsied
for years; and by its singular power of reprodacwg
the Synovial Fluid or Joint Water, it corea all
diseases of tne Joinrwitn surprising rapiairy .
Snleen. it has proved itself a mcrric; and for at ' .
feetions of the Longs, Liver and Kidneys, it is a
most valuable and powerful auxiliary; also, for all
diseases of tbe plands, Scrofula, Goitre or Swell
ed Neck, tc. tic. And indeed for almost any dis
ease where an external arnlieatiea ia required,
thU medicine stands nnparalleJed, - -.
From the Hon. Peter Miniard, one ef .iki A
. oldest settlers in UHnuiu - -;nf r
Jt gives me pleasure to add my testimony so th -;
virtues of your great medicine. One of my blood- ,
ed horses had, ftswelluig oyer tbe.cap of the kee..,
about the size of a hen's egg. Some said it was a, .
strain' and seme, that it was the joint wafer from '
the knee, and emtld unt be cured. I tried oi!edefr
oo it, and all the liniments and ointment, and the?-u
did no more good tkaii water. I then by perraav- '
sion of my friend, tried H G. Farrell'a Arabia
Lioimeut, and I was bappy to find it take effect .
after a fw days, and it finally cored the noble an.
imal entirely. I think it is decidedly tbe greatest .
liniment for horse as well as human flesh, I eve;
(Esq. Barker, of New Canton, 111., says: ' ; '
Mr. H. G. FarrelFa Arabian Liniment has Cored '
some bad caaea here, which every other rataedy
bad failed in; one was a white swelling and cee
racted cords io theweg of a boy twelve yean 4d.
The leg had withered away, and was so contract
ed that he had no trsc of jt. . Three doctors bad .
tried their skill upou it in vain, and he was tut
sinking to the grave, when the boy's father was
ndueed to try n. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment.
Before the first bottle was nsed np he came into -
Mr. B.'s store, and the first words bat seat ware,'
"Mr. Barker, I want all that Liniment yon have ;
n tbe store: tbe one bottle I got did my boy more
good than all that bad ever been done before.''
That boy is now well and Jiearty, and has free use
of his legs. It is good for sprains, bruises, cuts,
burns sot) swellings.
Beins? fully satisfied that H. G. Farrell's Ara
bian Liniment ia tbe best medicine in tbe world, I '"
cheerfully recommend it. r I had been afflicted for
16 years with a most severe pain in my breast end .
shoulders, which was sa bad thai I eeuld hardly,
do any work at all end would often have to lie in ,
bed for two weeks at a time witb, it. I used yonr
liniment on it, and it cured me souna ana weii,
had, at the time of using yonr liniment, one of the
worst eouehs ever I had in my life; and It eared -
that too. I rubbed it io wB over eay breast an
shoulders. It is aJso eieelleatfeeftosVbitteafoef, .!
sores, swellings, tore throat, maoge, 'erysipelas .
ic. Isaac Cxattow.
Blickapoo, Peona co. Ills. a ts
Manufactured onlv bv H G Farrell. sole inveat-. '
or and proprietor, and wholesale druggist, No. 17 "-
Main street, Peona, Hi: to wnom an communis- ,
tionsmnst be addressed; and for sale by ; - '
J. WILLIAMS A Co., Ijoetsisjra. -U
BLAKESLY b. Co.. '
Wholesale agents, St. Lena.
Also by regular agents throughout the U 8.
J-Call and get a Farrier book, free of charge. -
LUCE k MURRAY are now in receipt of a tuty
stock of mercaadise, suited to tbe season.
MOTTO: ' i ' f :; ; .
J3 Will be undersold by no house in Pike o-wX
November 18th, 18M. .
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
A HANDSOME VARIETY,' well selectee1, el
PafMiv Dreae MBtat ' ' ' ' -
do do Silk warped poplins;
Faney and plain Alpacas;
Silk warp Bum basin, superior article; '.
Solid and fancy Delaines; . , s -do
do Caahmerea; -,
For sale cheap, by ' LUCE fc MTJRRAT. ' i
Nov. 18th, I860. . ..i-i K-y-
"vWho told that WsX U
TELL it to aU tha world and reat-et '.
mankind." that Laee& Mnrray haveCoek ,
Stoves; Parlor Stoves, and Shop Stoves, elmper
than ever before known in Lottisiana. ,