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BAY STATE HILLS
WONDERS HAVE ALL CEASED!
sTHHE subscriber Ukct thi method of inform.
P ing the citizens of Louisiana, and Pike
"county generally, that he has located himself at
me store nouse lormeny occupied oy ur. ise,
on door north of O. C. Tinker's which he has
refitted, end filled with a choice selection of goods
or all qualities and descriptions, such as
Prints, Alpacas, Mouslin Ddains, Marinos,
Gingham's, Ribbons and Flowers,
Halt, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Src, Src, 6rc,
and I would say to Democrats, Whigs and Free
Soilers, that the time has come strain, when the
winds of the north and the pittiless storms of
winter will sweep in all their fury over the
land, when the human body will require protec
tion from the chilling embraces of old Boreas;
yon will therefore find it to your advantage to
call at my store, where you will find the most
splendid and fashionable assortment of Clothing
ver offered in this city,
- -cohsihtiho or
OVER COATS, DRESS COATS, SACKS,
PANTS by the hundred, VESTS by the
load, POCKET HANDKERCHIEFS,
COLLARS, CRAVATS. WOOL
LEN SHIRTS, SUSPEND
The subscriber, thankful to this community for
their past liberal patronage, hopes by strict at
tention, and fair prices, a continuance or their fa
vors. ' J. RICHARDSON,
Main street, Louisiana Mo.
December 4th, 1850. . ly
WHEAT, OATS, CORN, FLiXSEED
WE will give the highest market price in cash for
10,000 Bushels of Wheat
10,000 do Oats,
10,000 do Com,
1,000 do Flaxseed
1,000 lbs. Beeswax
I. N. BRYSON &CO.
N. B. Thoe having notes and old accounts with
s. are resiiectfull V reouested lo call and nav tham
vffimmediately. We are in need of money sow,
a we iniena Having u soon.
LN BRYSON & CO
December 4th, 1850
IN offering this valuable preparation to the
public, the undersigned is well aware that
he will have to encounter not only a strong pre-
juaice against an patent or "universal" medi
cines, bnt that his Liniment will have to come
in competition with many valuable and longer
established preparations. But he fearlessly en
ters the lists of those who are engaged in pre
yt yig rcuicuica lur uis uw 01 oumaa I lie, wiin
the confident belief that nothing but a fair trial
is wanting to convince every unprejudiced mind,
that his Liniment has no superior, if an equal,
for the cure of the various diseases for which he
recommends it. He has been for several years
engaged in the preparation of this valuable med
icine, and in administering it to his afflicted
neighbors and friends, but not until recently, and
after many solicitations from those who have
tried its efficacy in the alleviation and cure of
distressing afflictions, has the proprietor been in
duced to prepare it for extensive sale and use
among mankind. He has no patent for the in
vention, but would caution those who would wish
to be benefitted by it, to purchase none but that
which is properly attested as genuine, which
will be in all cases, accompanied by the written
signature of the subscriber. From the flattering
opinions formed ot it by many persons, this pre-
parauon aas oeen siyiea
MAGEE'S LINIMENT OF LIFE.
This Liniment is unsurpassed for the cure of
he following complaints, to-wit: Sciatic or Hip
joint disease, White Swelling, Rheumstism, Ery-
sypelas, mngworm, letlerworm, and all dis
eases of the skin -swelled joints and all inftam
matory swellings, ulcers, boils, scaldhead, burns
and scalds, scrofulous diseases and king's evil ;
and in snort, for every disease where any ex
ternal application can afford relief. It has cur
ed diseases which seemed almost miraculous, a-
mong which are Snake Bites, Cramp Colic, Mor
tification, Palsey, Inflamed Kidneys, Itch, &c..
to. It would require too much room tu enu
merate all the enres for which it has afforded re
lief, or to give minute directions for every case,
dui general, observe me following
Bathe the parts well with the Liniment two or
three times a day, steaming it with a hot iron
when practicable, or beat it before the fire.
Keep dry and warm,, avoiding getting wet or
taxing coia as mucn as possible. or some dis
eases, a particular attention is required, and the
nse or a salve prepared by himself, called Ma
gee's salve No. 1;
E. DRAPER & BRO'S.. general Aeents.
Louisiana, Wo., to whom all applications must
ww iuui tor weucine or Agencies.
Dr. John Msgee, Sir: This is to certify that
my son was taken with the white swelling, and
your Liniment has cured him in a short time.
The disease was of a year's standing.
.'. JOHN C. BOWLES.
Pike Co. Mou, Feb. 23d, 1848.
D" This was a remarkable case, and excited
much wonder in the neighborhood. ly
DR. WM. W. WISE,
Main Sired Louisiana Missouri)
VfntUr of Dry Goods, Groceries, Dye
Stuffs, Paints, OUs, tc Varnishes.
3T"He also keens constantly on hand and
r tale a good f apply of TAMIL T MEDI
iiJrms,mwnita genuine. All or which
HI fee sold i lows the L-owiit.
tJPteas rail and examine Roods an
prices. i , - - , . 33iy
NEW IHE1P CASH STORE.
rpHE subscriber is just in reeeeipt of a new and
general assortment oi
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
which he is selling at the very lowest Micas
for Cash. His stock embraces nearly every de
scription of STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
' - SHOES, &c, &c. '
II u :-.!-t 1- 4t. - l -
paw nc woum particularly asu mo aneii
Aattion of purchasers to hie stock of Hats,
Uaps, Boots and Shoes. Call and examine
goods and prices.
JUHXM. A. KUiJlINSUIN.
VYAGOlf IHAKINe fc BLACKfUilTItlXG.
THE undersigned begs leave to return his thanks
to bis friends and customer, Tor the liberal
patronage extended lo him, and tak-'s this method
of reminding them that he is still at nis old stand,
on Georgia street, Louisiana, prepared to execute
all kinds of work appertaining to j
CARRIAGE OR WAGGON MAKING,
including both the woon and iron wore. Espe
cial attention will be paid to all jobs of black
smithing for farmers. Thou eh he never worked
n St. Loins himself, he has a hand wno Din, and
another that passed through that cit v . Farmers,
give me a call. J. J. STONE.
Louisiana, Aug. 28th, 1850. Cm.
THE undersigned having
removed from St. Louis to
this city, is now prepared lo
announce to the citizens of
Louisiana and the surroun
ding country, that he has
erected a new and commo
diousshopon Main, below
South Carolina St., where
he is prepared lo carry on the BLACKSMITH
ING BUSINESS in all its branches.
He will also fnrnish and fix pumps of all pat
ents in wells or cisterns, at the shortest notiee.
Machine work and Mill repairing attended to
at shortest notice, and work warranted to please.
AH persons desiring work in his line are re
spectfully invited to give him a call. His prices
shall be moderate, and his work bis chief rerom
S. C. TALBOT.
Louisiana, July SOth, I860. 3m.
THE subscribers having commenced the cab
inet making business in this city, are pre
pared to accommodate those wishing any article
in our line, from the plainest to the finest furni
ture. From an experience of more than fifteen
years in this business, and having permanently
located in Louisiana, we are determined to make
honest work, and as cheap as the cheapest man
uractured in the county.
Our shop is three doors north of I. N. Br j son
Sl Co., on Main street, the same formerly occu
pied by J. A. Stevens.
ROBERT S. STROTHER,
September 2d, 1850.
L ivcry Stable.
Go QuickCome Qntck! Great Bedno
rTIHE undersigned bees leave to return his ac
- knowledgments to the good citizens of this
city, and the public at large, tor ibeir liberal pat
ronaseduring the last three years, and also to ten
der bis saddle horses, backs, buggies, and person
al services, as well as the services or other expe
rienced drivers, to convey passengers to and from
all points accessible in the country. His prices
to and from the following places are asfollews:
To Howling Ureen 60 cents.
To Noix Creek church, - 20 do
To Buffalo church, or Springs, 20 do
Other conveyances and distances on the most
reasonable terms. il. W. P. WUU 1 Tfcrt.
June 17th, 1850. tf
VIRGINIA WAGON MIKING.
niCHARD M. PENN, having leased the shop
formerly occupied by Ezekiel R. Glasby as
a Wagon Maker's shop, in the city of Louisiana,
is now prepared to execute all work in his line of j
business with fidelity and despatch. Having been
engaged in the Wagon and Carnage making busi
ness for some time, and being determined to nse
only the best materials, he Lopes to receive the
calls or all who desire to purchase work of the
best quality. His prices for new work and re
pairs shall be as low as those of any other work
man, aud he will warrant his work to give satrs
faction in all cases where satisfaction can be giv
en. RICHARD M. PENN.
October 14ih, 1850 If
On Vine street, between Maintt Second, St. Louis.
The above Hotel, rebuilt, thoroughly ren
a71ovated. refitted, and furnished with entire
.tljlnew furniture, with large and convenient
additions, as opened by the subscriber for the
accommodation of transient and permanent board
ers, on Wednesday, the 1 6th of September.
Tbe location is desirable, being situated in the
centre of the most extensive mercantile portion of
the city, and equally convenient to the Levee.
The house, with its new additions, contains large
and airy rooms, sufficient for the accomodation of
two nundred gnesls, with dining room orsumeient
size to seal comfortably the above number.
It is the determination of the proprietor, to make
it equal in every respect to any house In tbe eity,
and hopes by tbe strictest attention to tbe best in
terests of his guests, to saerit a liberal share of pat
ronage. nl9 1y. GEORGE WOOD.
t '""IDimlki 1 1 ? feffi illllll 1
in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 inn j s
vow rovt csTfcACT r
Wvslr Mt Bleating of Uu Ag.
TW aet HTMTtUnmy Medicin in At H'trU S
Tkto lUtwKt pwt ap in Quirt JtaUla ; it it ux limtni ebMptr,
pteMantvr, and warruitd superior to any woM. It caret disease
without vofmUftf, pntfing, sickemuf.orslebiliUtiDjihe ratcnt
Tbe treat heaulr anl anMrioritr of this Sana ianl la ever all
other Medicines is, while it eradicates disease, it uivigoratee tke
body. It is one of wa very beet
SPRINO AND SUMMER MEDICINES
ever known : it not only puri6ea the whole system and strengthens
the person, bat it creates, new, pare and rich blnod ; a power
poueased by no ether Medieine. And la this liet the grand secret
of Ha wooderfvi success It baa performed within the last two
Tears, pure than one hundred thouand cures of severe eases ef
disesse, at least. M.OOft were considered incurable. It ha saved
the Uvea ef aore than la.000 children the three peat eei
100,000 cnol ef Oenersil OeMlltj autdl want oeT
Da. S F. Tawnaito's SarsaparUla invigtiratee the whole system
Carmanently. To those who have lost their muscular enerjry,
y the etfecta of medicine, or indiscretion committed in you til,
or the execeeive indulgence of the passiona, and brought oa by
physical pmt ration of the nervous system, lassitnde, want of
ambition, isintinr sertsmtsOns, premature decay and decline, haatetv
irvg toward that ntal disease. Conatimptioo, ean be entirely restored
by this pleasant remedy This aarcaparilla is far superior lo any
IN VIGOR ATI If G COROIAI
Ac It renews and invigorates the system, fives activity to the
hatts. and strength to the muscular system in a avoat extraordinary
Cleanse and Stranarthen. Consumption ean be cured
cAt'ie, CentWRtpttsst, Livrr CvmmUini, Cefeft, CeUerr. Ceuct,
. wIkassm, Spitting Bis serenes in tke Cheat, lUctic
Flunk, Nitkt Svavls. VtftcuU er Prtfni EitfttCratiwn, Few
tm the otmXt, fx aees sa mmm can e curcsx.
Da. 8 P. TowirsKD I verily believe your Serve pari 11a baa been
the neans, through Providence, of saving my life. I have for
several years had a bad Cough It became worse and worse. At
last I raieed large quantities of blood, had night sweats, and was
E ready debilitated and reduced, and did not expect to live. I
ive only esed your aarsaparilla a abort time, and there has a
all over the city 1 raise no blood, and my cough has left me.
wofioenui cnonge oeen wrougm in me. i am now enie warn
Yon can well imagine mat I am tnanxiui tor ineea results
l our obedient servant,
WM. RUSdKL, to Csthsnne-st
nut nun Fiutit
Da, 8. P. Tewmmna, not havintr tested his flarsarmiilla in case
ef Fits, of coarse, never recommended it and was surprised lo
receive the following from an intelligent and respectable Farmer
ta weewaesier loamy 3
Fmrikmn. JturuH IS. 1847.
Da. 8 P. Tewfisafin Dear Sir : I have a little girl, seven yean
of age. who has been several yean anlscted with Kit; we tried
almost every wing ar aer, uui witnoai sncceas : at last, annougn
we could tiid no recom me ndation in your eircuian for caeaa like
hers, we thought, as she was in eery delicate health, we would
give her some of your Mnananlla. and are glad we did. for H not
only restored bar strength, but the has had no return of the Fits,
to our very great pleasure end surprise. She hi nut becoming
rsggea ana neeuny tor wnicn we leei graieiuL
Toera reepectluUy, JOHN MTJTLER, Ja.
Da. 8. P. Tewnsenp's Sanaparilla Is a sovereign and speedy
Cure for Incipient CJonsuinptmri, Barren neve, Pmiapsus Uteri, or
Falling of the Womb, CoaUvaoaes, piles, Laaeorrbeia, or Whiles,
obstructed or didleult Menstraatioa. Incontinence of Urine, of
involuntary disc barge thereof, and for tbe general prostration of
the system no matter whether the result of inherent cause or
ceases, produced by irregularity. lUnees or Occident Nothing can
be more rarnnsing than Ita invigorating eaecta en the hnman
fraate Persona all weakness end taaattnoe. bom taking tc. at since
become robot and roll of energy ender its ininencsj. It imme
d tately cownteracu tbe norvslsiiaiss ef the lemale trsjne, which
is the greet rnnse of ganeiuism. It will not be expected of us, is
oases o so delicate a net a re. te eahibrt certaacetee of ceres per
formed, not we can assere the aA tried, that hundreds of cswes
have bee a reported to ne. Thnnsands of eaeea where families
have been without children, after a ting a taw bottles of this in
valuable Medicine, move been blessed with flae, healthy eaTspnng
It lh. ntat ui ,MMt ffWrlaal M4ieiM far furiMtm Om tf.
Urn. MS rlwiiic tk nSkrintr attendant ansa childbirth a,.r
SiaeoMrad. II iua(Ui.w both ill moC.ar.nd Uw child, prTnta
pua and ilia.Ma. laciani aa4 anrirhaa n SmS ; thoaa who hat.
wad A ikiak II la !,... Ma. II la kical aa.(al hoth bafar
Mai anar crmSaawaa m tt pravaata dlaaaaaa attonAant Dfa child
birth -la Coaliaaaaaa, Mlaa. Craaipa, SaralUaf of Iba at. Da
aoadanea, Haanaara, Voantlnf, Faia ia Iha Back had Loiaa,
ralaa Faiaa. Hrmorrhaf a, aad in rvfnUtinf tha aaerattoaa and
aqaaliiiaf tha circs UUoa. it haa a acjaal Tha f raal haaal. of
thai awdieiaa , U la always aata, aad lh Mat dallcaia om M
aacat .accaaalully. varr law aaaaa raaaira an, othar aiadiciaa.
la aoaM a litUa CaaKv Oil, or Macaaa aaaroL EaareiM ia
tha opaa air. and ligbt (cod with Uus arllcina, will alwta.
eiHU, BKAD THIS).
Yea who ha,, paiacowpla.ioaa, 4 all .tm, bloteka aa lha faea,
roof h ,kla or fracklaa,aad ara "oal of tpinu," aa. . bottlaor
two of Dr. a F. Tewnaaadto Sanapanlla. It will elaaaaa jent
oioaa. raaHna v irachia. aaa amcnaa. aaa fia aoa aaimauoa.
parkliix araa, Snaapiriia. htaatifal
piaioo au of waiea ara
a imataafrt valua lo aaaarrird ladiaa.
Thousand, and thoaaaoda
of frmalaa who wara waalad br ditaaaa aad dark about tha tm,
ara now la tha aaJotaaBt of aaoaUaol brnlih, by aainf thai
BUckwtU't lilaaal Sraf. 14. 1847.
Da. S F. T.waataa Daar Sir : I aaaa raS.rad larhblt far aioa
jaara am ua naaaaiauaai 1 conaMaiaBia 01 lha una 1 could not
at, alaan or walk I bad lha atauat diatraaunj! aaina, aad
linba wara tarribiT twollaa. I ha, a oard foar botliaa of your
HanauaiiUa, and thay ba.a dona aw man thaa aaa) IbooaaBd
dollar, worth of food, I aja ao aiach battar ladaad I an .atlraly
raliarad. Yon ara at Ubarty to aaa Ika for lha ban. It of Um
Toura reaptully, JAMES CVUMINOa
Tha Rav. JobJl lagar.
Of Jonar City, aa old and highly ramactabla cl.r.ywu of Sia
oapii'i uaonaniniuoB, nanaaa in ua mtiowiDg caiuacaia at uw
a P. Townaand. otBea. It apaaka for itaall
Da. S r. TawMiao Daar Sir : I aw conatraioad to f Ira yon a
rtttamant of tha baoaSt I darlaad from aamf yoar Saraaparilla,
balia.inf. by aa doiof, I ahaU raadar a banafit to thou who anr
uSanog at I h.. baaa. I WM radurad for many nonthi by tba
Dynaiaia, ao araeb that H was with aiocb difflcolty for aa to
walk or kaap aboat I had alas a tattar, which eorarad tha woat
part of my haad which was aitraawly troublaaoma and anr. ; it
mm ao oa .ibhwi a acao. 1 aata anna a nnmoar or raaiadiaa ibi
both Iba eomplsinta, bat rocairad kttia or no baaa ft! antil I took
your aampariiia, which, throuf b tha kind dm, af rmidanea, baa
raaiono mm 10 ama uaa aiy oaaai aaaiia, aa 1 am now anjoyinf
better than I hare for a aoaibar of taara. I am now aa aaara of
aga. I Iwliara it lo ba aa uraluabla madlciaa, aad raeommand r
to my aaawroa. acquaintance, whack i. .ry larga, aa I kara baaa
a minuter a great away year. I bona thai kaaty thatch may br
a mock beueQt la yon as tost nwdiclno baa to aw.
July 11, 1S47. JOHN SEOEB, Jsnay CHy.
Tha following araa sant to oar A Kent in Rahwar. br lha Raw
J. O. TU.NISON. of Iba Malbodiat Lniaconal Charch-ona of tha
moat learned and reapacted in tha connection and is another
armence oi ina woeaeniu eneeu 01 Ur. S. r. l ow DM nd 'I Sana
parill. on tha system.
Faiafio Praaaaa Haaing for soma Una vast aa Ton are .war.
experienced great general debilitr of m arstem. attended with
eonatant and ai. nning irritation of my throat aad langa, I was, aa
yoar inetance, and to eonwquenca of baring read Captain
McLean's decided teetiieony in iu behalf, indnced to try Dr. a f
TownattKl's far-famed Sanaparilla I tried it I eoafoes, mora ta
n nope inan in tne eonaaenee 01 11a nrormg amcaciona ; ant 1 am
bound ia candor aow to acknowledge, that 1 had not triad it long
before I began ta experience Hs salutary effects and I may aow
say, with Cantata McLean, that I would not be w Kb oat it oa any
consideration. It has dona ma mora good thaa any praviOQj
mnaa.7 oare ineo, ana n inr. raieeieni ni oeemeo ny you 01
any importance yon bare my full consent lo make it public.
Babwsy, August Sd, 1847. J. O. TUNISON.
' aCHortTLA CURKO.
This earllletta eoaclosWely proras thai this 8s rm peril Is hat
paneot onmroi over ine moat ooaunate oisaassa 01 taa 0100a
Three persons eared ia one bouse ia unprecedented.
Da. 8 P. Tawaaxaa Dear Sir : I hare lha alaasara ta faifnm
Ton that three of my children bare been cured of lha Scrofula
ij ine nse m yonr exceiiem meaicme. They were emicted rery
tererely with bad Sores ; have taken only lour bottles ; a Ian
them away, for which I feel myeelf under (real ooligat oa.
ISAAC W. CHAIN, Its Wooateret
ornnoHs or phtsioiahs.
Da. S. P. Tewmn Is altnent dairy recairing ordsrs from
Physician la different parts of the Union.
This at to Certify that we. tha anderaigaed, PhTSfeiara of Uw
City of Albany, bare in numerous caeaa praaerioad Dr. tu t
Townee nd 'a Baraapahlla, and belies, H to ba 00a of tha most
rahnbla pre par. boa. m tha awrket
H. P. PULINO. M. D.
J. WILSON, M. D.
R. B. BRIfins, M. D.
... KLMENDORP. Iff. D.
Albany, April 1, 1847.
Dr. & P. Towneenn"t Principal Office has been remored from 194
raltoa, la Sal Naasaa streat, in tha building former! occupied by
ttw South Baptist Church. . . "
Aei.Tt Redding h ta. No. a Statastrect, and Sri. K. Kidder,
Na ISS Couilatraet, Boston : Samuel giddrr. it , Lowell 1 Henry
Pratt Salami Jaaws S. Ureen. Wore. tan AUtmtm. k Ommi.
Concord ; j. Belch fc Sea, rtoeideore ; aial by Druggists and
Merchants fine rally throughout lb United States, West ladle,
and tha Canada.
2?" For fale by I. N.
BRYSON & Co.
Agents, Louisiana, Mo
BAT STATE 8UAWL8.
HAY STATE SHAWLS AND MANTLES, oil
- the latest and most approved styles, Will .be
furnished by the subscribers, at the very lowest
prices. Purchasers win piease nonee.ioai ine
senuine Bay State fabrics bear tickets correspond
ing with the above cut, and tney win aiso oe ais
tinsuished from all woolen shawls, by their stipe
rior finish, fine texture, and brilliancy of colors.
Orders solicited from all section of the country,
and the same will be oromptlv attended to. For
sale.at wholesale by
BROWNLEE, HOMER & UO.,
No. 85, Main street
And at retail by 1
RUTHERFORD & DAY,
Nos. 132. 134, Market st
ELLIOTT & CAUCIIOIS.
No. 2, Main, cor. Market.
Sept. 1, 1850. '
No. 1 18
MJIJf STREET, SJ31JTT LOUIS, M0.,
No. 113 Broadway,
MARTIN & BROTHER.
EALERS IN READY MADE CLOTH
ING will find it ereatly to their advantage
to call at the above establishments & took through
our stocks, before purchairg. We promise toronage. J. D. K1NCA1D. ;
how them the largest and most complete a sort-1
menl in the East or West, and will sell at lower IJAVING boaght Mr. Klneaid's stock of lealh-.
prices than any
sr House. TERMS LIB -
Aug. 19th 1850.
STATIONER & PAPER DEALER,
wVo. 130" worA Main Street, SI. Louis, opposite.
the Bank of Missouri,
WILL fill orders at wholesale, as low as any
other house in the western country. My
purchases, east being nearly all for cash, I feel cer
am that I can offer as great Inducements to cus-
imers as any other honse est.
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, Ss
6000 Smith, Kirkham and Chandler,
3000 Comlev. Murrav and Brown.
In addition to these. I have a full supply of
Primmers, Readers, Histories, Dictionaries, Phi'
losophies, Chemistries, Philologies, Geologies,
Rhetorics, &o. Alsii, Law, Mdical. and Classi
1000 reams Cap, from $1 50 to $6.
1000 reams Letter, from $1 50 to $9
2000 bundles Crown A' rapping.
3000 do Medium do
1500 do Double Ureen do.
600 do Straw
100 do Hardware
150 reams Envelope
200 do BlueChandles
300 do Manilla
.500 do 21 X 31, Printing.
275 do 22X32 do
300 do 24X36 do
300 do 24X37 do
100 do 25 X 38 do
50 do 27X42 do
50 gross 4 02 black Ink,
50 do 4 oz blue do
60 do 4 oz Mack and blue do.,
2000 do Steel Pens,
20000 do Quills, Nos. 10 to 80,
In a word, one of the most complete assort
ments of Ststionary ever offered in this market
10000 quires osp Books, half bonnd,
AMOS H. SHULTZ.
136 N. Main street, St. Louis.
May 6th, 1850
JUST RECEIVED direct from BOSTON, NEW
YORK & PHILADELPHIA via St. LOUIS,
ana now opening in Louisiana, mo., oy
U. U. NCUUltii
The Largest and Best Stock of Goods he
nas ever offered In this mat kes.
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 party, sect or sex invites all to call
and examine his Goods, and those who buy for
cash in particular.
He will pay cash or soods for eountrv oroduce.
sell on his usual terms on account, or JT LOWER
THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE COUNTY FOR
CASH II March 18th, 180. Im.
MUFFS ! muffs!
FOR LADIES AND MISSES..
f UCE & MURRAY have Inst received a hand-
- some stock of Lvnx and Pox Muffs, superior
ijir, wmcn mey win .en remarxaoiy MW.
Novembej 18tb, 1850.
do do full do
do- demy do do
do medium do do
do royal do do
p DRAPER St ROTHE RS, U, !,,, to
that they ;are prepared for extensively ttl
Pork tha present seasen, aad are bow pteasMdu
enter into centraCt for the delivery of tood
f.tfarl Ram on fawAvahlat . T. i IT T .
design to offer any fictiben prices with a vi'
effect the market, bat are determfaed to m 2
fair prices as any regular packing; boose aariij
St. Low's. ' ' ) An
Farmers ara solicited lo ai va thsra a a.n a'
engafjins: their hogs.
5- They are prepare.) to slaagbter att hits
offered for sale, and to pack on eemnisiioa m
reasonable terms. ..
Louisiana, Sept., 16th, 1850. 8w.
risoid's boot & mmm
BOWLING GREEN, MO. i.. .
THE undersigned has just reoeived from tajef
Taalie laCSm nA aVanASa1 aa mWO! V jwwa t a -
Boots and Shoes, 4
which be offers low for cash. His stock consists!
in part, of a large supply of Ladies loots and sheet
of every description and quality, vis! ij
Taylor Ties, bound seams; Kid Excelsior fc wsx'i
roiRabiioes; Call Buskins, Grained Buskias, .
Waxed Polka & Grained Boots; Misses'
fine kid Slippers, children's kip boots,' '
grained Polkas, Taylor Boots fc kid .,
slippers; Gentlemen's fine calf
Morocco Boots, heavy winter; . . !
best kip, heavv & extra bro
ran ditto. A full suoolv
of gentleman's shoes of all descriptions, as wsl
as a eood supply of brngans for negroes. He ass
also constantly on hand boots and shoes made ia
Die. own shop, which he offers low for cash,' er sa
a credit to punctual customers.
JAMES D. KIXCAID.
Bowling Green, Mo., Oct. 10th, 1850. . lf ;
timer tbe above advertisement was
Meeaef jn.M.J t k.. a i ;
"t 'a vlZ'TX",
to see receive a liberal share of public ta
I r .".na "T9- we n'! e P,eMel 10 tuVW-
bis friends and customers with whatever they may
desire in tbe boot and shoe line, at the most res
sonable rates. We shall keep a full snpply of bet k
Eastern aad country made work coostantly oa
band, and shall endeavor to deserve a liberal pet
ro larje, by eood article, low prices, and eonataat
efforts to plaase. T. at J. A. REYNOLD :
Nov. 6th, 1850 tf. -.; -,. r
3. WittiAMS. T.E.tFn.U4iis.
J. WILLIAMS & CO.,
DEALER! Ir ?
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS. BRUSHII
OILS, PERFUMERY, CONFECTIOM-
ARY, DYE STUFFS, &c, etc.,
Draper's Rote, Water Streetr Louisiana, Jit. ,
gj Prescriptions carefully eomponndett. -v
October 1st, 1850. 18-1 y.
Look Here, Farmers!
LotflL to yovir Interest !
rTEN thousand grafted Apple scions principally
- winter fruit, but including varieties frem tbe
earliest to the latest, and such only as have bars
successfully cultivated ir this climate, for sale by
T. STARK fc BROTHERS,
6 miles west of Clarksville, and 8 miles south ef
Louisiana, Pike county Mo. Price 10 cents ' '
October 83, 1850 nl8.
Come and Settle Up!
rTIHE notes and aceonnts of William Estutea, .
and also those of Thomas Buck, have besa
placed in my hands for collection, and if not speed
ily settled, tbey will be out into the hands ef aa
rfficer to be collected by law. Cost eaa be saved
oy railing and paying up
uciooer I4tn 'oO Sw J B HINDER BO F.
1HE attention of the public is invited to the fal
- lowing catalogue of medicines which are kept
at the Dm Store on Water St., Louisiana, Me:
Rodgers' Liverwort and
S. P- Townsend'a de.;
Ur. Jayne's i amily Med
icines; Mnffatt's do.:
Buckhan's Hung. Bal
Rowand's TonSe Mix-;
Dr. Mortiraore's Rhea
matic Remedy; ,;
Doctor Storm's Isetsk
McClane's Pills fcYsr
Mag. Pain Extra ete; ,
Smiih'.sngar coated do.;
Wright's Indian Vegeta
Hay's Liniment for Piles;
Mexican Mustan Lini-
Lindsay's N. & .Linf-
FarMlla Inliiia T.ln'mS. 11.1. rf K;
Gredley's Salt Reumatie.Cullen's Indian Yeftta-
uintment: i ble Panaeae;
In fact all the Ponular Family Medicines ef tke
day, warranted genuine, for sale af WILLIAMI
& Co.'s Drug Store, Water at., Louisiana, Me.
uciooer tsc, ioou. - 10-iy.
TO THE FARMERS OF PIKE. RALLS,
LINCOLN, MONTGOMERY, AND
TE beg leave to announce to the farmer.1,
all other persons, of the above named conn-
ties, that we have leased the large and coram odir
ous Brick Warehouse in the city of. Louisiana,
owned, and formerly occupied, by Block and Me-
uune; which, togeteer with tbe WtlAKt BUA1,
will afford us nnusual facilities and advantages for
receiving, storing, and shipping produce. : We era
nrfnnrorl tn n.w PA I B PRif!ICa IV C. ARH. far
all merchantable produce, or make liberal advan
ces on any and all produce'that may bo consign'
nni MpaMnmaar. . -j .
we trust that oy etose application to our 6f
ness.and untiring industry and perseverance, with
a determination to work t the. interest of Ike
Farmer and Shipper, for moderate eompensaties,
that we will entitle ourselves to, and shall sMrit
and receive, a reasonable share of their pafroBSg
We are also prepared to bale hemp i the very
best shipping order; to prise tobacco, and to far" ,
ish the casks and pack bacon; and to do' any ta '
every thing wqieh may eonduee to' tbe interest af
the farmer and shipper af produce. ' r '
THOMAS CASH, Jaw fc CX
Louisiana, June 17th, 18504 ly -:
.... . . . . .. .
Jo B. Henderson, r
ATTORNEY AT LAW.) .
JJ-Offlee immediately above the Jewelry stsri
of w. K.ktenncdy k "Co., on Georgia strsst.