Newspaper Page Text
. - - "J -- mmmmm I i i i- . - I IL . - I Hunan i. . .HiiW 1 II ... II II II t -- ' I I 1 - - " ",- -
;, jatraerdiaary Armal! .
ftrjnei MonroeMS'1 Lake Valley,
onexprew business to the State on the 1st
4sy of December, and arrived at this point
- . ta orAnd haalth anil anirita.
OS ine sous mai., f r;
AUCTION OF LADIES
An auction of unmarried ladies used to
take place annually in Babylon. 'Id every
district,' says the historian, 'they assembled
on a certain day in every.year, all the vir-
euis of a marriageable age.' I lie most
at ? nri en a . Al A aire ami E
" i . . .
of the year.
The mail which left Independence in Sep
tenber last, et by Kinkade & Liv.
ingston, as they came in this fall at Straw
berry Creek in a storm. Mr. Monroe aays
that they lost all their animals, and were
five days without food, before they reached
Fort Bridger.they hired a horse at the Fort,!
and that one they lost, so that they had to
go into the Valley on foot; the same carri
ers that went out came with the mail with
him, and they maybe expected to reach
Independence in a few days. Their ani
mals however bare been fatigued in a great
measure owinz to the lone and tedious jour
ney at this season of the year. He reports
to have travelled over ten fet of snow on
the first mountains, but after that he says
that the weather was remarkably good for
traveling. Kanesville Guar. Jan. 22.
A terrible affair occurred at N. Orleans op
the evening of the 27th. A young man met
a young lady, to whom he had furmety been
engaged, in a ball room. Her parents ob
jected to the marriage. He desired her to
elope with him, and she refused. He drew
niatol and shot her dead in the room.
No names are given.
Ma. Calhouh's Work oh th Constitu
TioN.-rRichard K. Cralle, Esq., of Lynch
Kara. Va.. formelv the Secretary of Mr.
Calhoun, has arrived in New York city
with the intention of carrying through the
press the great work of the late Mr. Calhoun,
on the Constitution of the United States.
South Carolina has appropriated ten thou
sand dollars towards publishing and dis
tributing copies of the. work throughout the
State, and in conjunction with Mr. Calhoun's
family, has appointed Mr. Cralle to carry out
the intentions of the Legislature.
Bau. m CALiroaniA. We notice in a San
Francisco paper an advertisement of a ball an il
lustration of the condition of society there. Ad
mission twenty-five dollars. Any gentleman
who is fortunate enough to find a lady to accom
pany him is admitted free of charge.
We learn from a gentleman in this county, that
there is a negro living in Palestine, III., who is
the father of fifty-six children has burried sev
en wive; and now at the age of ninety years, is
courting for the eight wife. Prairie Beacon.
drier or Scddebt Fobtomc A man named
Henry Woods, in New York, hearing, the other
day, That be bad been left a legacy of $6,000 ly
the death of a relative in Scotland, immediately
quit work, got drunk, and the nest morning was
found drowsed in one of the docks!
largest sum of money gained possession of
her. The second in appearance followed.
and bidders gratified themselves with hand
somerwives, according to the length of their
purses. .But, alas! it seems that there were
some ladies for whom no money was like to
be offered., vet these were the Babylonians.
(When all the beautiful virgins,' says the
historian,' were sold, the crier ordered the
most deformed to stand up, and after he had
openly demanded who would marry her
with a small sum; she was at length adjudg
ed to the man wlo would be satisfied with
the least.' In this manner arising from the
handsome, served as a portion to those who
were either nr disagreeable looks, or that
had other imperfections. This custom pre
vailed about 1000 years before Christ.
Wonders yet in Store. From the past i
stretches far into the future, uniting faith
and knowledge, and guiMing the sunset or
things that are, with the auroral splendor of
things that are to be. The astronomer has
penetrated far into tl e celestial depths,
deserving glorious creations and establish
ing mighty laws; but the geologist has yet
far to descend into the abyss beneath. 1 h
earth has yet to surrender n-ighty secrets,
and creat revelations are vet to issue from
WHEREAS Charles Bacon did on the 11th day
December, 1848, by his deed of trust of that
date, convey to the undersigned, as trustee, tbe
following property, to wit : a lot in me town or
city of Louisiana, in Pike county, Mo., known
and designated on the recorded plat oi said town
or city, as lot No. 334; also the N E quarter of a e
tinn 30. and the S E Quarter of i.ection 19, in T.
5 1 N R 3 west; aln27 and 70-100' Us acrr. being
a fractional Dart of the S W 1-4 oi tbe quar
ter of section 35, T. 64, NR2 est, purchased by
said Baron of Dubtifray Fremont, all lying in said
county of Pike and state of Missouri: also all the
righ. title, claim and interest or the sain Bacon
in and to the estate of William Griffith, deceased;
also one negro woman slave, named Charlotte,
and bet child. Louisa Anu, together with all the
other personal property, household and kitchen
furniture of the said Bacon, Said property being
conveyed to ue, the undersigned, a trusteeto
secure the payment of certain promisnry note
and writings ob'igalorv. to wit: One' promissory
note executed by said Bacon on the 22nd oay oi
August, 1845, to Chamnes T. Smiih for the -urn
of 375 dollars, on which f endorsed a receipt for
the sum of seventy and 75-100' bs dollars, dated
December the llih, 1848; and also one 'ot her
promisory note ex cuted by sain "Bacon to said
S'i'ith. a administrator oL the estate of Elizabeth
Smith, dee'd., on the 28th day of January, 1847,
for the sum of 700 dollars, with 10 per ii.nt inte
rest from date; also one otht-r promissory note ex
ecuted by said Bacon to said Smith, a administra
tor of the estate of Henry Burks, deceased n Ibe
12-h day nf March. 1847. for the sum of '898 and
81-100ths dollars, payable twelve months after
C. O. Mabtijt,
- No; 118 - A
MjHJT STREET, &WJVT LOUIS, MO,
" No. 1 13 Broadway,
N KW YORK,
n EALERS IN READY MADE CLOTH
1 I ING will find it greatly to their advantage
tu call at the above establishments & look through
onr stockevbefore purchasirg. We promise to
show theriillbe largest and most complete assort
ment in tms-East or .West, and will ell at town
price than any other House. ,"' TLUMS LIB
ERAL, t January 27th, 1851.
Money! Money! Money!!
fflHOSE indebted to Dr. E.M.Bartleti,.and totbe
I firm or Harden & uucmier, are.once mora ex
horted to come and settle their notes and accounts.
The money most come, and the' time for soft talk
is past. Those notes and accounts not settled in
a few weeks, will be placed in the hands of an of.
date? and also one o'her nhlipalion executed by ficer for collection. I his is no inae, out a nmeij
-. I . t. ..... r I. - .1 In
said B4Con to John B. Strange, Jame. iJilbro and; warning in sar coi. u uw H.
Charles R. Morris, executors of the last will or wait always lor a lew oimes.
William Shaw, deceased, in December. 1846. on' J- B. HENDERSON.
which the said Smith entered himself as security
all of which will more fully appear by reference
to said deed, duly recorde-' in the Recorder's of
fiee fr said county, in book K, at pages 279 and
sepulchers of stone. It is not from that d is-'280. which said promi-sory not. , and writings ob
taut bourne where the last ray ot star-light
trembles on the observer's eye, that man is
to impart the great secret of the world's
birth and of his own destiny. It is I rum ine
vaults to which ancient life has been con
signed that the history of the dawn of life
is to he composed. Geologists have read
that record backwards, and are decypher
ing downwards. They hare reached the
embryos of vegetable existence, the proba
ble terminus of the formation which bears
them. But who can tell what is beyond?
Another creation may lie beneath. More
glorious creatures maj be entonihed there.
The mortal coils of brings more lovely, more
pure, more divine, that man, may yet read
to us the unexpected lesson that we have
not been the first, and may not be the last
of the intellecturl race. North British Re
Wooi, Gbowing m Illinois The Peo
ria Republican publishes a letter from Mr.
Truman Humphreys, an extensive wool
grower of Elm wood, Feoria county, Illinois,
in which the writer contends that wool can
be grown more profitably in Illinois, than
any where else in the United States. That
it is profitable even at the low price of 25
cents per pound, to those who have the
rieht kind of flocks. He says: "The calcu
lation is a safe one, that the wool from 1000
sheep properly selected and cared for, will
produce as many dollars, while, with good
management, the lambs will pay all the ex
penses for the year. My flocks do better
than that." .
Winta, Wis., Jan'y 1C: 189.
Mr. II G Fabhell: We have seen your Lini
ment teted, and it gives universal salisfsction;
it has cured a bad case of erysipela here, and is
highly extolled as a remedy for both man and
beast. Saxtom h. Elwotbj.
LOUISIANA PRICES CURRENT.
Wheat 60 to 65.
Hemp i 3 75 to $4 00.
Tobacco i 6 to $8 er 100 lbs.
Pork $3 00 to $3 25 "
Lird 6 ! 7c pt r lb.
Butter 10 to 12 per lb.
Flaxseed $1 25yer bushel
Dried Apples 90c to fl per bushel.
Peaches $1 to .fl 25 do
M-wisttof the Law. How imposing is
the majesty of the law! how calm her dig
nity; how vast her power; how fitni, and
tranquil is her reign! It is not by fleets,
and arms, by devastation, and wrong, by
oppression, and blood, she maintains her
way, and executes her decrees. Sustained
by justice, reason, and the great ' interests
of man, she but speaks, and is obeyed.
Even those who do not approve hesitate not
to support her; and the individual upon
whom her judgment falls, knows that sub
mission is not only a duty he must perform,
but, that the security and enjoyment of all
that It dear to him .depend upon it. Hop
K1MS0N. . " ; ' ,
NOTICE TO ALL 1NTKRESTKD,
I ROPOSALS FOR BL'ILI ING
UNION II ALL.
CjF.ALEf) PROPOSALS will be received by
the iiml. rsigord until the25ihol this month,
at ill o'clock, a at .. Tor lirick and alone, in Hi
wall; alo f. r diceinc tl.e cellar.
Specifications and terms, mat be seen at the
couaung room or uim-k & Uhn.
JNO S. MARKLF.Y.
Pres't. Board D r. ctorj Uuiou Hall Co.
ij-R"-cord C"v once.
February I7il',1851. 2w.
hga'ory. it is shewn hy said Smith are yet uni aid
by said Bacon; T'if refore in pursuance of the
conditions of said deed of trust, and in accordance
with the powers with which I am thereby invent
ed, at the request or the said Cliamness T. Smith,
aha". O.N THE SEVEN I EEISTH DAY Or
MARCH, A. D. (851. between the hours of 10,
o'clock in the forenoon and li o'clock in the after
noon of said day, at and in front of the residence
of the said Bicon.ln Buffalo township in said Co..
proceed to sell all the right, title, claim and tote
rest in and to said property, both real and person
al, from said Bacon to me conveyed by said deed,
for cah in hand to satisfy said debts and iuterest,
nil the costs of this tni-l.
S. F. MURRAY, Trustee,
February 10ih, 1851 w.
P. S. Those indebted to the firm of Briee and
Young, will p'easo take a similar hint.
Jan. 13lh, '51. J B. HENDERSON.
I Have Just received and am now opening a new
and splendid assortment of FURNITURE,
eomrosi-d of Dress and plain Mahogany and Wal
nut front Bureaus; low post and leas'er Hfdstesos,!
eane seat, French and common Chairs'. WorV
Stand'. Wash Stands and Cwlte Stands, Lounges
and Matrasses, Presses, Rocking 'Chairs, Cribs,
and other articles ton tedious to mention, which I
ih sell cheaper than Furniture ever haa been
sold in this place at regular business. ...
Please call at the old stand ot Brice & Youngu
in Barllett's Row, on Georgia streat. and judge
for yoirselves. Leave your credit at Dome, and
RUN A WAY from the nndersigne d.
on Ramsey's Creek, Pike county
Mo., on the 21st ult., a Negro Ma
named Reiil.cn. Said negro is ahou
5 feet 10 incite high, heavily built
is about 20 years of age. and has a
youthful appearance. He ha a scat
from a burn on the buck of either hi-
right or left hand has a down east countenance
and frequently stammers and anwrrs with difli
cnlty when addressed, lie Is or tdtit e'Pie'
color, and had on when he left a full suit of brow
orsnuftrolired jrana. I wni pay to any per""!'
who will arehnd aaid slave and deliver h t
meat my residence, or lodge him in jail so 'ha' '
gi-tliiui, the su of twenty-five d"IUrs if tak n
in this county; thirty five dollar if taken in ih
Sta'e and out of this counlt; and $100 if taken
out of the Sfse. GEO. WILX.
February 10th 1851 2v
SHERI FF'S SAU50F
School Lands. .
Y virtue of an order rendered by the coun-
JJ ty court at the rehrtiiiry term, lS5I,acop)
of which was issued Irom Ihe nlfire ol the clerk
of the county court of Pike county, Missouri.
and to me directed, commanding inr to sell the
following fi'houl Lands, to wit : The N. W. 1-4
of the S E. qr.. and the S. W. 1-4 of the S. K.
qr., and the S F,. 1-4 of the S. W. qr. of section
10. in township 54 N. R. 2 W.. helore the court
house door in the town of Bowling Green, in
said county, on the ELEVF.NTH DAi OF
APIML NEXT, between the hours ot 9 o'clock
in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon ol'
said dav. and whilst the circuit court for said
county is in session.
The same will be sold in 40 acre lots, the pt r
chaser required togive bond with good security
ueariug icgui iiueresi irom dale.
M. G1VENS. Sheriff of Pike Co.
I ebrnary lOlh. 1851 8w.
JUST RECEIVED direct iVomBOOIMntW
and now opening in LotnsuaA, Me., py
The Largest and Beat attack mt GodJ
liarerer onereu m inn toaimci,
TTi. .tfltiniu hava been made with aTttataSr!
and are very auperior-in-Qnalrty and StyW- jB
is an old egpeiiancd4eaJerwapartmKlyl
trade for any party, aeei or sex-e4rvts all t eaU
and examine bis Goods, aud these who bay far
eah in particular. ! . .-,,.....; -rrr.
He w ill pay cash or goods for country prpdoee,
sell oh his usual terms on account, or Jf-LOlWE
THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE CpTOT J . TO
CASH! .' tmarcn iain,ou. j-
THE triampbant soeeess of thegr eatlrablaa
Remedy for man and beast," ' 'y
H.'O, r AKKEhb'i
A r a b i a n Linim ent?
Is eausins aounterfeita to spring op all oVerrtk
country,' spreading; their baneful injuenee-evef tha
land, robbing tbe pocaets oi me nonesi ana onsut-.
peeling, by imposing upon them worthless aasV
potsonnns trash, for the genuine H. O. FarreU's
Arabian Liniment. Fellow Citizens! Look well
before you buy, and see that tbe label of tbe bottf
has the letters H. G. befere Farrell's, for if It baa,
not. It jit cot7HTirnT.: The label around each
bott e of all mv liniment reada thos, "H. O. Far
rell's Celebrated Arabian Liniment;" and my sig '
nature is written upon the label also, and these
words are blown in the glass bottle, "H. C. Far-,
reM'a Arabian Liniment Peoria." .... .
: Thistrul, great medicine still goes on, eooner
ing disease, and snatching many a poor powerless
victim from the grave. By its powerfully stime.
latine. penetrating and Anodyne qualities, U re
stores tbe nge of limbs which have been paliei
for years; and by its singular power of reproducing'
the Synovial Fluid or Joint Water, it cures all,
diseases of the Joints with surprising rapidity.
For Rheumatism, and afrVrfions of tbe Spine aod
Spleen, it has proved itself a srECtriq and for af,
fections of the Lungs, Liver and Kidneys, it iav a
most valuable and powerful auxiliary f also, fot all
diseases of the Glands, Scrofula, Goitre or Swell-,
ed Neck, fee. fee. And indeed for almost any dia
easa where an external, application a remiirtdla
tbls medicine atanda unparalleled. r.,T
i. ' ' i i " ? ? ?
From the Hnn,Peter Miniard,on tj &$
-oldest settler s in Illinois. ' '
It gives, me pleasure to add my testimony to the
virtues of your rreat medicine. One of my blood-
hriiig your money or produce, and I will insure ed hore had a swelling over the caf of the knee,
yon a bargain. 1 .jabout the size of a hen's egg. Some said it was a
Old furniture repaired on reasonable terms, or strain, ana some, mat a as tne jom "
new made to order. J. YOUrttn
Louisiana, Nov. 18th, 1S50 ly. '.-
VOTICE is hereby given, that
1 has bi-en granted lettera
it the nndersignedjLnn'"n, I e happy to find
of admioisirauooj few days and it finally eure
,e estate of James '" entirely. 1 think it la decided!
the knee, and could not be cored. I tried oil cedar
on it, and all the liniments and ointments, ana moy
did no more good than water. I then by pereua'-
sion of wy friends, tried 11. O. FarreTl Arabia
find ntaae eneev-
cured the noble an- -
-1 ji . t. -
ith the will annexed, on the estate of James : eniire.y. i m.n ii .s
llisnn, deceased, by the Judge or. the Frohatei """" 77 . 7
Court r Pike county, bearing date Jannary 6th,''inew.''5 .-.. .'. ' -
A. D. 1851; and all persons having claims ngiinstj . rii '..'.i''- -?"
e said rsi.te -re notified to exhibit them for.U j ; J "' V t v"&iSaLai
'..w.nee within one ye.rfrom the date or.aid let ; Mr. II.O. FarreU's Arabian
' . . . a. . 1 at av m Kska ae.aakai ttamtaa. a.-htfn anlntH KIDM7
white swelling ajwea(.
boy twelve years oiV
crs, or ibey may be precluded from any benefit of!'0 bw
said estate; and if not exhibited within three years.h'd ?' ?" w"
.hall be foreyer barred. ' l!"" J1 B
January 13'h, 1851 3.
IN THE PIKE CIRPITIT COURT, 'ISSOURI,
SEPTEMBER TERM. 1850.
Mabv IIocxis, PlaiiititT, f -Petit ioo
IlrvrnaET IIocki.s, Defendant. ) . Divorce..
OW ai this day appears said plaintiff, bv her at
lornry, aud the court being satisfied from the
affidavit herein, that sail defendant la a non rasi
il. nt of this State, it is ordered by the court, that
aid defi-ndant be notified of the commencement
f this suit, the ol ject of which is to obtain a di
vrce from the bonds of matrimony heretofore
The lest had withered aa av.and was so contract
ed (hat he had o we of it. Three doctor had
tried their skill upon it in vain, and he was fast.
linking to the grave, when I he. boy's father was
induced to ry H. U. Farreir Araoian unimepr.
Before the nrt bottle was used op ne cemo iuio
MrlB.'s store, and Ihe first words be said were, .
"Mr. Barker, I want all that Liniment yoa have,
In the store; the one bottle 1 got did my boy wow
gn-d than aU IW nad ever oeen oonr oemrc
That boy is now well and hearty, and baa free use
of his legs, .tt is good for sprains, bruises, ents,
burns and swellings. , "
Manufartured only by H G Farrell, sole inveai
or and proprietor, and wholesale druggist, No. 17
contracted between said laintiif and said defend iMsio street, Peoria, lit;' to whom all commaaieai
ant, and unless said defendant be and appear in lions tenst be addressedi and for aaie oy : . ' t
Sacks! Sacks!! Sacks!!!
IUST received a full simply suitable for ship.
piug Wheat, Oats & Cork.
LUCE &. MURRAY.
Louisiana, Feb. 17th 1851.
School District No. 4.
QUALIFIED Teacher would be liberally
eiicourajil in this district. Applicants will
p'ease respond at an early day. Andres J. u.
Brows, Frankfort!, Pike County, Mo.
r ebruary 3d. 1851. 3w.
jVOTICE is hereby given to all concerned or in
tere-td. that the undersigned has obtained
from ibe Judge of Ihe Probate Court ol Pike co.,
mo., letters or aitinimstratiou on the estate of
James Willis, deceased, bearing date the 3d day
of February, 1851.
All persons haviog claims against said estate.
are hereby required to exhibit them for allow ance
within one year from the da.e of said letters : and
if the same are not properly exhibited within three
years irom said date, ihe v will lie forever barred.
MATILDA WILLIS, Aduir'x.
February 17th 18613W
Very HappyThe following inscrip
tion haibeeen adopted by the Legislature
of Iowa as the inscription upon a block of
the beautiful marble of that State, for the
Washington Monument: '
, . y. -'laiy-at
BCsV AF7CCTI0HI. '
:T - !,. , ; ' '.
UKC THC SIVERS OF HI B0KPERS.
Flaw a aai Inaeisarabla Uwionl .
lajuiicis nereoy given tnar tne unnetitgnca
rni VDvuriKT i nu D"D urantea letters ot aominiMraiion on
CUU FREMONT. - , ... ...... r t r j- A i... .v..
Mf. -Benton Stated On Mondav.in n Speech Judae of the Probate Conn of Pike eountv Mo..
which be adressed to tha Senate, that Col. .bearing date 24tl- January 1851.
Fremont was detained at his home in Cali- AU persons having claims against said estate
foenf. fctftoti.it; ..4 tt.. u . are uoiifled to exhibit them for allowance wiihm
"I. H7J: r ""--"- w" '"'-ione year from the date of said letters, or ihey may
possioie to pay. wneu ne wonia return to.be precluded from any ben. fit of said estate; and
Washington.' VYe understand that Col. if not exhibited within three years tl ey will be
Fremont vBI not retnre to his seat in iheM hf"d. v .GILES. H. EARLY,
his court, on or before Ihe third day of the next
term thereof, to he begun and held at the couil
use in B'w ling Green, in the county of Pike.
on the first Monday uf April next, and answer said
plaintiff's petition herein filed, according to ,
he same will betaken as confessed; and tne eonrr
order that a copy hereof be published , for eight
weeks successively in some newspaper published
in this county, the last insertion to be at least four
week before Ihe next term of this court, until
which time this cause is continued.
A true copy from the record.
Attest: J. M. MARTIN, Clerk
N. P. Misob. A'f'v for pl'fT. ,
Nuvemrer 19th, 1850. (8w.)
in the tow
the SEVENTH DAY OF . APRIL NEXT, be
tween the hour of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and
5 o'clock in the afterno n of said day, and whilst
the circuit court for said county is in session.
The seme will be sold in 40anre lots. The pur
chaser required to give bond with good security,
bearing legal interest from date.
m. ui veins, snenuoi rme i;o.
LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. MISSOURI;
DacEMBEa 24th, 1850.
George W. Jamison "j
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Maria Jamison. )
To Maria Jamison, von resident.
TOJ are hereby notified, that George W.
I Jamiron ha filed his bill against you in
the circuit court of Lincoln county, in Ihe State
of Missouri, Ihe object and general nature of
which is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of'
matrimony between you and the said George W.
oti are hereby required to apj ear
on or betire me nrsr, oay oi in
next term thereof, tq be begun and held at the
court house, in the town of Troy, in said ennnty.
on the first Momlny in May next, and answer
SHERIFF'S SALE OF
I J Y virtue of an order rendered hv the ennnty
cnurt at the August term. 1850 a copy of j .,,,, am,
which w as issued from the olflVe of the eh-rk of . . ' . '
the county court of Pike county, Missouri, and ioj,w , ' "
medirocted, cnniiuauding me In sell the loth see
tinn of School Land, in Township 53, NR4 W.,
I will nrooeed to sell the same at public outcry, on
ot 12 mnuths, before ihe court ho-ne door said lull, or the same will ne taken lor ooniesseu
iwn ol Btwling Green, in said routy, ongajnst you.
January 27th, 1851. 2m.
c a evs. s v AT a r " t if tenn ai . t
Teste, 1 nUiHAo u.nui i . iieru.
December 30th, 1850. (n27-8w.)
IN LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. MISSOURI;
NOVEMBEB TUS 2'Jll), 1800.
Elizabeth Plcmmer, J Action on account
Henry Plum mix. ) Attachment. f
To 1IEJCRY PLUMMER, non-residad :
TOBACCO PREMIUMS AT PLANTERS' irOU are hereby notified, that Elicabrth Plmnmer
TOBACCO WARKHflUSE. ST. LOUIS. II has commenced suit against you, by attach
To the Planters of Tobacco In Mlaaoarl.!'e,,, '',c etrcuit court nf Lincoln county, in the
,TT, . , . . r tii . , male Ol aiissoun, ine oujcci nu vnirrii uaiurr
milE undersigned, proprietors of the Planters . hich 1. to recerlhesom of one hundred and
February 17th 1851.
THOSE who are entitled to Bounty Land nnde
the late act of Congress, w ill do well to call turing tobacco.
on tne undersigned jo mediate
Seuata daring the present session. Uhioe.
.V J I ,1.1 I, I . , . it
ST" The "seventeen year locusts,' which are
tid t apfear once in aeventeen'years, will rev
turn in the summer of this y ear, 1851, their last
appearance being in the summer of 1834.
iS Jfassrs. B(rodliaa4 and Draper have our
' th8kt tot several valuable State decuaents jy,iat Oreee Me., pi,. 4tb, 18M. ' J 1 January 18tb, 185i
I ewa.i vir i a I al I
. looaeoo yrarenouse, ncreuy fiftv Mht for work ,nd ,,bor done ,,, mone
annual premium for the .four best hogsheads of o- nded , ukn fmr. of lhre. ,,.,
.k" .L Zl "t,".'., r.S: the property f said defendant. And you .tehere-
j 1 r V ,oe, r -j,... -.. b required to appear fn said court, on orbefon
""i;;'," u!i . . the, first day of the net term thereof, to be be
vovr ior ine nrst premium ougsur-u ui.oui.b- ld n.,d lb. eonrt h.. i the town of
lnftnrP tnhBren r ... a . . . ...
iirr IL j i . j ; . j, i l roy, in said county, on tne nrsi Monday in Mav
$25 for the aecond premium hogshead manufac ' f' n.idin..
. a. ' ' llrAla SUIm a iiiimviis vi iu aaujsj WSII
ii no well io ,aii iunnig w.DBeco.- . . . . b for confessed aealnat yew.
ly. By ao do,nf $50 for he first premium hhd.ahToprnB tobacco... Teste; ' ' THOMAS G. IIUTT, clerk."
ind money. He is $35 for the second , . " . i'TiM.k.,9 , okc, o,v
ut, certify to, and Ju.lgesto be appointed by tbe'planters or their! mb" S3d 18g0 8w . ' ;
tbey will eeonpinise both time and
at all times prepared to write out,
forward their declarations to the Commissioner agents, and the premiums paid accordingly. . ;vT ATER PROOF BOOTS.Heavy Broeaaa ki
f Pensions..: . . , g. F. MURRAY. .. , BERTHOUP & SON. Ladle's kid Gators, la iLt.ssi. It .-Ir"
1 LVCE k MURRAY!
J. WILLIAMS A Co., Louisiana.
. H BLAKESLY s Co .
Wholesale agents, St. Lenta, , ;
Also by regular agents throughout Ibe U. 8..'.
2-CaB and get a Farrier book, free of charge;
THE TQRNADO J
.WONDKJIS HAVE ALL CEASEDl :
THE aubseriber takes this method of inform,
ins; the citizens of Louisiana,- and Pikav
county generally, that he has located himself at
tbe store house lormerly occupied oy i. vyise,
on-door north ofO. C. Tinker's which he has'
refitted, and filled with a choice selection of goods;
of all qualities and descriptions, iuoh as
Prints. Alpacas, Mouslm VeUnni, juurtnoti
GngWe, Ribbons and Flowtrti ' sc: '
" Hats. Caps. Boots, Shots.
. ". ' See., frc.i tre-, :
and I would say to Democrats, Whigs and Free
sotiers, mat me time nas come again, wnan mo
winds or ihe north and the pittileas storms or
winter will sweep in all their fury over the
land, when the human body will require protect
tion from the chilling embraces of old Boreas;
you will therefore find it to your advantage to
call at my store, where von will And the most
splendid and fashionable assortment of ClothuJg
ever ofiFered in this city,
, (- - coast Ti sr o or : i , .
OVER COATS,. DRESS COATS, SACKS.
PANTS by the hundred, VESTS by the' -load,
COLLARS. rRAV ATS, WOOL
LEN SHIRTS, SUSPEND-,
The tqbscrihrr. thankful to this community or
heir r est liberal patronage, hopea by strict aU
tentien and fair prices, a continuance of their fa
vora. ! .f J. K1UHAKJJ5UJM,
py ?; i v ' Main street, Louisiana Mo.
Deoetnter 4th, 1850. . ly--T
" WINTER GOODS.
LUCE MURRAY aro pow in receipt of a ftfH
stock ef, mercandz. suited te the seasea. .
33"rVHe undersold by nobouVeioPllt'e eeQ
November 18th, lSSQ' ;-J - ';f T .
. ttkW, ??. r.t?
JOHN C. MASSIE, Juatiee of tbe Peace, wil
hold w ! iay at bt'atXioiaiaa,"afj
SarurdkjriHtlat'da'or Mareh MSjt.
Fobruary 10th 1811.