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AT THE '
CAY STATE IWUJS
CULD announce to the good people or Pike,
that be keepi constantly on hand a general
assortment of all kinds of articles in t"e
SADDLE AND HARNESS MANCFAC-
-.os -tuS .... . TURING LINE,
consisting of the following articles inpart, to-wih
tadles' and Gentlemen's Saddles of various qual
ities and prices; from the plainest Piilceonto
tbe Loftiest Mexicana, bridles ror ladies
and gentlemen, from the plainest ring
.lit, to a splendid Jenny Lind bit
and braddoon, together with
, various qualities of Mar
Ytacf Silver and brass plated Buggy Harness.
"Short Tup or two horse do do
-Japaned or black mounted do do
Leather Trace carriage, do
Wagon common, eta
Horse collar, all sires, qualities and prieea.back
oands, belly bands, breech bands, blind bridles
Check and Single lines, Whips of various kinds,
bugsry, wagoners, Drayman's and Drovers de
tached Whip Lashes, interlinked breast Chain.
Trunks, large traveling, And Valices, Carpet
bags', Svldlebags, Chapultepec Overshoes, be
tides various articles too tedious to mention, all of
which will be sold very low for Cash, or ex
changed for most of the productions of tbe conn-
In addition to the abnve. tin Vmi .luutnii.
on hand and for le hv rh hnnui . i......
tiv, a choice article of Spanish and Oak Tanned
-Sola T k.tk.a TT T il ' w. - . .
'.' -i'r, 4-camer, rins skids, ana
.2f Cash paid for Dry and Green Hides, or
. - ...-., s null S.l- I ITI" F .
GEORGIA ST., oprosrnt BAIRD'S HOTEL.
Louisiana, December 16th, 1850. lm
WHEAT,' OATS, CORN. FLAXSEED
WE will give the highest market price in cash for
1U.U00 Bushels of Wheat
10,000 do Oats,
10,000 do Corn.
1,000 do Flaxseed
1,0013 lbs. Beeswax
; 1 I. N. BR ysox & CO.
v N Those having notes and old accounts with
w, r TB.iwcuuiiy requested 10 call and pay their
ff immediately. We are in need of money mow
tad wo intend having it soon.
December 4th, 1850
TTN offerin? this valuable preparation to the
B pnouo. uie tindertitirned is well aware that
ne will have to encounter not only a strong pre.
ludwe against ail patent or nniveral" medi
oines, but that his Liniment will have to come
in competition with many valuable and tonmr
sianiisnen preparations. But he fearlessly en.
ters the lists of those who are engaeed in pre
-paring remedies for the ills of human life, with
the confident belief that nothing hut a fair trial
11 wanting to convince every unprejudiced mind,
that Ilia Liniment has no anparior. if an eanal
for th wire ofthevarions diseases for which he
recommends jt. ' He has been for several year
engaged In the preparation of this valuable med
icine, and in administering it to his afflicted
neighbors and friends, but not until recently, and
alter many . solicitations from those who have
tried its efficacy in the alleviation and cure of
distressing afflictions, has the; proprietor been in
duced to prware it for extensive tale and use
amrne mWikimi. ' He has no patent for the in
Tention, but would caution those who would with
to bA benefitted by it, to purchase none but that
which is, properly attested as genuine, which
will be in all ctses, accompanied by the written
aignatare of the subscriber. .' From the flittering
opinions formed of it by many persons, this pre
paration n neen srvwrv,
MAGEtTS LINXMIrT OC LIFE.
D I R E CTi O N S .
Bathe the parts well with the Liniment two or
three times a day, steaming it with a hot iron
whin practicable, or heat it .before the fire.
Keep dry and warn,; avoiding getting wet. 'or
tak rag cold at much as possible. For somedis.
easesca pnyticiiUr attention is required, and the
fit. .M a salve nrenarerl nv himaeif. oatu.l m.
gee's salve No. 1. , ., '.1. , ' j : -
E. DRAPER & Dlin'S. nnl Awanfa
Louisiana. Mo.; to whom all spoliations must
made for Medicine or Agencies. :
C E R.T I PI C ATE.
.1. ! f IiWhITB SwTtlWO. . ..
, Pr John,, Msgee. Sir: This is to- certify that
y eon- w taken; with the white swelling, and
yonr liniment has cured him in a short time
Ttt auetfe was' of yenr' standing.
L to v., , JOHV.C. BOWLES.
PikeCo,Mo., Feb. 234.148.
j. U" This tra remarkable case, and excited
Jtmcll wonder in the neighborhood. - ly
LADIES Dll ESS GOODS.
A HA?rT)90ME VARIETY,; wen leleeted, of
aney wress MtKs;
rdo i ? do . Silk' warped poplinr,
Fancy and nlattf Alnar.as; - -: i :
Silk warp BimWn; anterior Article;
Solid and faney Delaines; ;
do , do Cashmeres;
' Fotsale ehean.by LTJCE 3t MURRAY.
' Nov.!l8th, 1850. "
' .vc:.iifrri?i7s!. mrrPT'ia t
T-ITCE h, MURRAY hav Ut received a hand-
som stoek at Lvnx and Fox Mnffs, superior
wtjiM, wnieu iey win atii remarkably low
Wntpld that Her
OTELL it to all tbo world and tbe "rest of
' manVnd.1 that Lncefc Murray have Cook
Sloves, Fsrlor Stoves, and Shop Ptovea, eheaptsr
than aver before Known m ioaiirsna.
COAi LATHHaa!so calf wai kip, at !
o - ; LUCS KEXJUT' "
pill h.'SiliiiB IMIIII 1
OR. 8. P. TOWNSEND'S
corH.'xo inun r
S ARS AP ARILLA,
Wonder miwl Blessing of the Ag.
7V Mil alrunliurij M'dirint m Hit WtrU I
This. Extract b put ap in Unurt BatUci ; it it tlx irnn ebMpcr,
plexunter, end warranted iupmr Ui any void. It ctirea Jiieaat
witliout voBiiUn, puiginf, iickauinf, or'dabilitating tha PatianL
Th. creat beautr and tnperioritT of this Samidrilla over all
Btbar Medicinea , whil it andicalM duaaia, it iui(uilM the
Body, it la ona w ui Try dm
8PRINO AND SUMMER MEDICINES .
rer known : it not only purine lb. whole ejunea and thnfthns
th. penon, bat it oreatea, hw, pure and rich blood; . power
poaaeaied br no other Medicine. And in tbia lie. the grand eteret
of its wasderthl luccata. II has parlor ad within tbe last two
Jeere, nwre than one hundred thoueand enrea of Mreie cnaea of
iaane. at leeat, SO.OM were conaiderad incurable. It haa layad
Ike Urea of more than 16,000 children the three peat linns,
100,000 cam or General OeMltty anal, want'
. Narvoos Bn.rBjr.
De. S P. Tewmm'a Sarnparilla inrigoratee the whole yitam
Carmanentl. To thfM who bare ioat thair muicular enrr,
r the enacU of medicine, or indiacretinn committed in 'Tooth,
or tbe exeeuire indulgence of tbe pactions, sal brought on by
phytieai pmtration M the sartona yateev laaattnmi, want
ambition, in into ft aenaithHia, prematvra decay end decline, haaten.
ing toward that tatal diaaeae Coaaamptioa. can be entirely realored
ny us pienaem remenj xnie namepanua ai lar inpenor m any
- ' ' IRvtOO&ATIlfe CORDIAL. '
At II renewa end mrirnratea the ayalam, give, ectlrity to the
hmnt. and atrength W the anunalar ayitem in a most eatreefdiuar j
degree. f , , .
Cleaaae .and Strengthen. Cnnaumption ran be enred flrf
.eaift't. CennoepliaN, SJvfr C.ateiettU. CaMf, CararrA. C.rA.
UilAme, ' Spitttnt mj tofi, arretn in lir Cartt. H-'lit
Fltuk, Hifil Smtn. Difievlt r fuMr iplailtaa, fi
m Uu Side, , ktmt icaa end can turrd.
' Da. 8. P. Towwmckp 1 verily believe your Sartaporllle hat hern
the means, through f roridenee, at eaving my life. I here for
aererel yean had s bed ''.ongh It become aorta and worst. At
hut I ramd large unantitiet of blood, bad night awetta. and wat
greatljr debilitaud and reduced, end did nt expect tu lire. I
have only ated your Saiaanarilla a ahort time, and there hat a
wonderful change been wmaght in me. I am now able to walk
all over tbe city 1 raite ao blond, and my cough baa left me.
Yoa can wall imagine that I am thankful for there remits
? Your abedient aarvant,
' Fltal FMalt FIUIII
Da. 8. P. Townaina, not having tatted hit Sanapatilla in rtie
of Pita, of eouraa, nerer recommended it, and waa aurprieed In
receive tha following from an intelligent and respectable Farmer
to Wettch eater County :
Fndhtm, Jlutua IS, IStT.
Da. & P. TowartMD Dear Sir: I have a little girl, teven years
of are, who hat been tevartl yean adlicted with Kilt; we triad
aimoat every thing for her, but without lueceea ; et iait, altboagh
we could Ind n. reeommendation in yonr circulate far eatea like
here, we though at the wat in very delicate health, we won Id
give her come of your namperilla, and art glad we did. for it not
only vectored her atrength, but the hat had no return of the Fits,
In our very great plaatura end tnrpriae. She kt fast beeoming
ragged ens healthy for which we feel grateful.
- Xoort mpectfuliy, JOHN BLTLER, Ja.
Da. S. P. Tewitwtn'a 8anapariUa la a sovereign end apeedy
earn Cor Inelprent Cooiemption, Barrenneta, Pwlaitiue Uteri, or
Falling of tha Womb, Cotuveneea, Pilea, lueorrbaa, or Whitea,
obatrnctad or difficnlt Venttruatinn, Incontinence of Unne. or
involuntary dircharge tharenf, and for the general prottratirm of
the ayatam no waiter wnethrr the retail nf inherent- eaue or
canees, prodsced by irregulamy, lUneat or accident Nothing can
be more torpriiing than itt inrigoraling eifecu on the human
frame. Peraooa allwetknee. and Taatitude. from taking it et met
btenrns robuet end full of energy onder Ma ndnvnee It imma.
diately counteract, the nerveieunem of the female frame, which
it the greet eaute of Barrenneea. It wiU not be evpecud of ne, in
eatea at to delicate a nature, to eahibit certificate, of caret par.
formed, but we can nature the alHicted, that hundreds of ceee
have been reported to na. Thoutandt of ctaat where femiliea
have been without children after Being a few bottle, of 'hit in
valuable Medicine, nave been bleated with Sue. healthy oSapring
Oreetf Bleaatnar to Mothers anal CMMtwa.
, II is the eafeat and moat effectual medicine for purifying tha eye.
tem, and relieving the anneringe attendant anon erubttirth ever
aleeovered. It itrengthtne both the mother end the child, pieventa
pain and titan a. rarr.au. and enrichet the fond : thte who have
aaed M. thmk H la indupemahU. It it highly aiehil boU before
and after confinement, ea it prevent! di.ea.et attendant apooehileV
bavth re Ceeti.eneea, Pile.. Cramn, Swelling of the reel. Dee
poodency, Maartbum, Vomiting, rain in the Back end Lotna,
Falae Paint, Heajorrhige, end in regulating the eeeretionv end
equaliaiag the cucuuojnu, it haa no equal Tbe greet beauty of
thie medicine it, it it alwaya tafe. and the mott delicete n a
moat aneceaalully, very few eatea require any other medicine,
in torn a little tutor Oil, or Megnetia it utefuL Eaercite ia
the open eir, and light food with thie medicine, will always
tecum a aeCe and eat; eonSnement.
' GIRLS, READ THIS.
Ton who have pateVomplexioni, dull area, blotches an the bee,
cough tain at freeklea. and are 'out of lieriu,n nee a bottle or
two of Dr. a P. Towinend t SenapariUa. It will eleanee your
Mondi remove the freeklea end blotches, and give yon animation,
sparkling eyea, aneeptrita, beautiful eomplesioneU of which are
of immenae velne tn unmarried ladiea Tboutanda and tboutenae
of femelea who were waited by diteate. end dark about the ayea,
are now. is the enjoyment ff excellent health, by aaiug taw
DUekmtirt Aland, Srvl 14, IS4T.
Ds. & P. Tewnasaw Dear Sir : I hete inSered teiribly for nine
yeera with the Rheumatism ; contiderable of the time I could not
eat, aleep or walk I had the utmnet diitreuing peine, end my
limbe wars terribly awoUen. I neve ated four bottlee of your
aaraaparilla, end they nave dona me more then one tboutend
dollars worth of good, I in to much better Indeed I em entirely
relieved. Yoa are at liberty In see this for .the beneSt of the
TMnratpeetfulIy, JAMES CUMMINOS.
Tbe Rev. John agar.
Of Jersey City, an old and highly reapacuble clergyman of the
Baptitt Denomination, handed iu the following cai Locate at Dr
S- P. Towneendt offica. It .peaks for itaell
Da. 8 P. Tsvaiui-Dear Sir : I am eonatrained to give yon s
ttt teste nt of the benefit I derived from romtg your Saraaperilla,
believing, by to doing, I thai! lender a benefit to those who trv
sugaring as I have been. I waa radnraj for many montht by tbe
Dytpeiwa, so much that it waa with much difficulty for me tn
welk or keep ahont I had elan a tetter, which covered the mott
part of my heed which wet extremely trouhlemme end ante ; it
gat to be elmott n scab. 1 ated quite s number of remedies for
both tbe complaint!, but received litUe or no benefit, until I took
your Baneparilla, which, through the kind nam of Providence, bet
rettored me to more then my usual health, sa I am now enjoying
better than I have for a number of year. I am now SO yeera of
age. I believe it to be en invaluable medicine, end recommend H
to my numerous acquaintance!, which ia very large, as have been
a minister e greet many yeera I hope thie hasty sketch may be
as much benefit la yon at your saedicine bet to me.
July 11, 1847. JOH .V 8KOKH, Jersey City.
Hethvodlst Claigy n,
The following wea sent to our Agent in Hahway, bribe lev
J. O TUM80N, of the Merhodiat r.pitronel Church-one of tbe
suiat learned end respected in tbe connection and la soother
evidence of the wonderful effect! of Dr. 8- P. Towatend't Bersa
parilla on the system.
Fainen Faantoe Having for tome Urns put at you are aware,
esperienced great generaT debility of my system, attended with
constant end alarming irritetioe nf my thrrtti and lunge. I was, at
your instance, and ia consequence of baring read Captain
McLean'e decided testimony in its behelf, induced to try Dr. 8 P.
Tewnsend'a fer-tamod Sartaperillt. I tried it I eon feat, more in
tbe hope than in the confidence nf its proving oftVaeinua ; but I am
bound in candor now to acknoa ledge, that I had not tried it long
before I began to experience itt Military effect! t end I may now
say, with Captain McLean, "that I would not be without it on any
esnaidentioo.n It hit done me more good than any previous
remedy I have tried, and If thia ttt ta merit ia deemed by you of
any importance yon here my full content to make it public.
Eahway, August Id, 1847. J. O. IXNISON.
' SCROFULA COKED.
This eertincite conclusively prom that this SnraapsriUs has
perfect control aver tha moat obstinate diseasee of lb blood.
j aree parsons cured in one kmue m unprecedented.
Da. 8. P. Tewwtcno Dear Sir: I have lbs pleasure to Inform
on that three of my children bsvs been eared of the Scrofula
by the use of yonr excellent medicine. They were aJriieled very
eeverely with bad Sores ; here taken only four bnttlea ; it took
ahem sway, far which I feel myseir under greet obligat on.
. I8A-AC W. CHAIN, IM Wowteret
OPUflOMS OF PHTSIOIAHS. '
Da. 81 P. Tewmmn. is slmeet daily receiving orders frost
Phyeleieni ia duTerent parte of the Union.
' This if tnCertlfr that we. the nndertiened. Phvtielana itTthe
Sty af Ateeov, htve la namerout case, prescribed Dr. & P
whwmb nmpirna, man uvimve BUM one Of in. snon
ealuehle petwraUeae in the market.
ff. P. Pnt.INO, M. D. '
J. WILSON, M. D.
.. E. B. BRIOUB, hi D. I
'. . p. t fXMCNDoar, u. n.
AAaery, April L IS47.
Dr. B P. TnwutaBd't Principal Oflee hie heea removed from IM
Pnlifn.ta ia Ntmnu street, In aha building formerly occupied by
(be tenth Baptitt Chureh.. . .... 7
Aexirre Bedding a Co, No gtatt-otreet and Mrs. E. Kidder,
- -s time : ovmmvi rtinoer, lowiu ; nenry
ra 8eiem; Jimte B. Oesew. Wevomtar) Alhtoa k Dealt
Ceooord j X Salek It Sou, Proridenoei and, by Druggists and
Merchants gaoenUy thraoghotrt the Vailed States, Weal lauite,
sad the Caaadea. ... , . . , vi. , .
,:jHr For l. bj. I, N. BRYSON & Co.
AgMts, Louitianf, Mo. ' r4
NEW CHEAP CM STORE.
J . K
rpHE subscriber is just inreeceipt of anew and
eeneral assorimeni 01
FALL AJVD WIMTER GOODS,
which he is senilis at the very lowest prices
for Cash. His stock embraces neailv ever? de
ecription of STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
SHOES, &c, &c.
mm He would particularly ask the atten
cnamtion of purchasers to hi stock of Hats,
Cans, Boots and Shoes. Call and examine
goods and prices.
JOHN. A. ROBINSON.
WAGON MAKING & BL&CKSMITHING.
. t Wnei
npHE nndersisrned beps leave to return his thanks
to his friends and eiistomers, for the liberal
patronage extended to him, and takes this method
of reminding them that he is still at his old stand,
mi Genrfjia street, Louisiana, prepared to execute
ail Kino oi worn apprrtninina to
CARRIAGE OR WAGGON MAKING.
including both the wood and iboji woax. Epe
cisl attention will be paid to all j'ibs of black-
-.. f r 1 . .
iniimniK uir larmera. jnoncn ne never workeit
in St. Louis himself, he has a band who did, anil
another that passed through that city. Farmers,
give me a call. j. j. STONE,
Louisiana, Ausr. 28th, 1850 6m.
THE unilcr.jpned having
removed from St. Louis lo
this city, is now prepared to
announce to the citizens ol
Lnuiiaiia and the surroun
ding country, that he hat
erected a new and commo
dious shopon Main, below-
South Carolina St., where
he is prepared to carry n f he BLACKSMITH
ING BUSINESS in all its branches.
tie will alo furnish and fix pumps of all pat
ents in wells or cisterns, at thr shortest notice.
Machine work and Mill repairing attended to
At shortest notice, and ork srrsntrd to plrase.
All persons desiring work in bis line are re
spectfully invited lo cie htm a call. Ilia prices
hall he moderate, and his woik his chief recom
mendation. S. C.TALBOT.
Louisiana, July 30th. 1850 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 fiftecii
years in this business, and bavins; permanently
located in Louisiana, we are determined to main-
honest work, nnd as cheap as the cheapest man
u actitrcd in the crunly.
Our shop is three doors north of I. N. Bryson
& Co., on Main street, the same formerly occu
pied by J. A. Stevens.
ROBERT S. STROTHER,
Se plember 2d, 1850.
Go Quick iCome Quick! Great Bedac-
iioii oi n ices:
THE undersigned hegs leave lo return his ac
knowledgments to the good citizens of this
city, and the public at large, for their liberal pat
ronageniiring the last three years, and also to ten
der his saddle hors.s, hacks, buggies, and person
al services, as well as the services of other expe
rienced drivers, tn convey passengers to and from
all puints accessible in the country. His prices
to and from the following places are asfnllnws:
To Bowling Green - 60 cents.
To Noix Creek church, -20 do
To Buffalo church, or Springs, 20 do
Other conveyances and distances on the most
reasonable terms. H. W. P. WOOTTEN.
JTiine 17th, 1860 tf
VIRGINIA WifiON MAKIX6.
niCHARD M. PENN, having leaed the shop
lormerly oecuptr-ti oy Ezekiel H. Glashy a
a Wagon Maker's shop, in the city of Louisiana,
is now prepareii to execute all work in his line ol
business ith fidelity and despatch. Having been
engaged in the wagon and Carriage making bust
nes for sometime, and being determined to use
only the best materials, he hopes to receive the
calls of all who desire to purchase yvnrk of the
bestq'iaiity. His prices for new work and re
pairs shall be as low as those of any other work
man, and he will warrmt his work to give satis.
faction ia all cases'where satisfaction can be giv
en. RICHARD M. PENN.
October 14th, 1850 tf
On Vin$irut, between Mam & Second, St. Louit
j ine aoove iioiei, reotiiu, morougniy ren-
rfJITovated, refitted, and furnished with entire
JUiunew furniture, with large and convenient
additions, as oppnrd by the subscriber for the
accomitiodHtion of transient and permanent board
ers, on Wednesday, the 16th of Sentember.
The location is deirable, being situated in the
centre of the mot extensive mercantile portion of
the city, and equally convenient to tbe Levee.
The house, with its new additions, contains large
and airy rooms, sufficient for the accomodation of Th? aubscriber. thankful to this community for
two hundred guests, with dining room of siiiTicient 'heir fast liberal patronage, hope by atriot al
sizetoseat eomfnrtahly tbe above number. . .., .. tentien and fair prices, a continuance of their fa
il is ine determination oi the proprietor, to make
it equal in eve.ry respect to any house in th city,
and hopes by the strictest attention to the best in
terests of bit guesU, to merit liberal share of pat
ronage. , .. , ........ r.r
n!9 1y.' filORCBWOOD.
BAY STATE SHAWLS, v
WAY STATE SHAWLS AND MANTLES, of
- the latest and most approved styles will be
turiiisnea oy the suoscrroers, at- the . very .lowest
prices, rurchasers win piease notice that tbe
genuine Bay State fabrics bear tickets correspond
ing with the above cut, and thewill also be dia
tinguished from all woolen shawls, by their tupe.
rior finish, fine texture, and brilliancy of colors.
Orders solicited from all sections of the coontry,
and the same will be promptly attended to. For
sale at wholesale hy
BROWNLEE, HOMER & CO.,
No. 85, Main street.
Ana at retail dv
RUTHERFORD & DAY,
Nos. 132. 134. Market st.
ELLIOTT & CAUCHOIS,
No. 2, Main.cor. Market.
1 IIOIBIU; BOOKSELLER,
STATIONER & PA PER DEALER,
No. 1 3t North Main Street, St. Louit, opposite
ine Hank oj Missouri,
ITf ILL till orders at wholfsale, as low as any
" other house in the western country. My
purchases eat being nearly all f.ir cash, I feel cer
tain that I can offer as great inducemeuta to cus-
omers as any other house est. '
3000 Mitchell, Olney and Smith,
2500 Mitchell ami Smith's Primary,
2000 Parleys Geography.
15000 Elementary and Eclectic,
2000 Comley, Fowle and Town.
3100 Smith. Pike and Colbiirn,
3000 Divies, Smiley and Adams,
4000 Ray and Emerson, parts I, 2, 3.
5000 Smith, Kirkh'nm and Chandler,
3000 Comley, Murray and Brown.
In addition to these. I have a lull snnDlv of
Primmers. Readers Histories, Dictionaries, Phi-
iKoplues, Chemistries, Phisiologies. Geoloeies,
Rhi-inrif , &c Als.t. Law, Mdicu! nd CUssi
1000 reams Cap, from $1 50 to $6.
1000 reams Letter, from $1 50 to $6
2000 bundles Crown iV rapping, -
do IWerlium do
do D.uihle Green do.
150 reams Envelope
200 do BlueChand.es
300 do Manilla
500 do 21 X 31, Printing.
275 do 22X32 do
300 do 24X36 do
300 do 2i X 37 do
100 do 25X38 . do
50 do 27X42 do
50 pross 4 oz black Ink,
50 do 4 oz blue tin
50 do 4 oz black and blue do.,
2000 do Steel Pens,
20000 do Quills, Not. 10 to 80.
In a word, one of the most complete assort
ments of Stationary ever offered in thia market
10000 quires csp Books, half bound,
AMOS H. SHULTZ.
136 N. Main street, St. Louis.
May Cth, 1850
WONDERS HAVE ALL CEASED I
THE subscriber takes this method of inform
ing the citizens of Louisiana, and Pike
county generally, that lie has located himself at
the store house lormerly occupied by Dr. Wise,
on door north or O. C. Tinker's whicli he lias
refitted, and filled with a choice selection of trood
of nil qualities and descriptions, such as
Prints, Jllpacno, JWovslin Detains, Marines,
CingAfn'f Ribbons and F lovers,
Hats. Caps, Boots, Shoes.
&c, cVc 6rc,
and I would say to Democrats, Whigs and Free
aotiers, thai the time has come again, when (be
winds of the north and the pittiless storms of
winter will swe?p in all their fury over Che
a it a ... T
iann, wnen me tinman body will require protec
tion from the chilling embraces of old Boreas:
yon will therefore find it to yonr advantage to
can at my siore, where you will find the most
I j?v l a , - - -
spieiitnn anu lasninmtDie assortment ol Clothin
ever offered in this city,
OVER COATS, DRESS COATS, SACKS,
PANTS by the hundred. VESTS by the
load. POCKET HANDKERCHIEFS,
COLLARS. TRaVATS, WOOL
LEN SHI RTS'SUSPEND-
ERS. &o.. &c
vora. ,. J.' RICHARDSON,
Main street, Louisiana Mo.
Deoember 4th, 1850. : - ly:;
flENTS Dress Coats, Grindstones, Froektees and
do do full doa
do demy do do
do medium do do
do royal do do
, , -' 7.'. !!!:?il
1? DRAPER Sl BROTHERS. WImXTL.T
form tbo eitiieoa of Pike aeei oWesT
that they are prepared foe e.Diverf!MkS
fom the present season, and are now preptt4 1
enter into contracts for the delivery of tota-Zz
fatted Hogs on favorably Isrms. It h tl
design to offer any fietition arices wit mnl
effect (be market, but are determined ioti2
fair prices as any regular packing boat tWrtk w
Farmers are solicited to give them a can Wert
engaging their hogs. ' i ;-',... mC7
g-- They are prepared to slaoshtsr all
offered for sale, and to pack on eoBmiiiioaJ,
reasonable terms. ' ' '
Louisiana, Sept.j I6th, 1850. 8w.
J. Williams. T.E.WauAiti7,
J. WILLIAMS & CO;, x
DEALERS 11V '
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, BRTJSHEi
ATT CJ nt"T fTTlf TS n WT aAMt1rTltisa
ARY, DYE STUFFS, &ys., &c, "
UTiwTfcT M now. rraifr xirM. i mitHi-et K.
.JTf" Prescript inna carefully compoonded
October 1st, 1850. . - ltHyj
Look Here, Farmers!
Loaktavanr Interest --. '
riiLiM thousand graned Apple scions prineipaSe
winter irnir, oni inciuaing varieties from lie
earnest to tne latest, and such only as have beti
successiuny cumvaten ir this eiimafe. for satab
T STIOV S. T!T1 rWTT TTk r. 1
m.. a t Ansa. t 4JXkvr 4 X,XV3, 'jA,
6 miles west of Clarksville, and 8 miles south i
Louitiana, Pike county Mo. . Price 10 centi.
uctober 23, I860 D18.
1HE attention of the public is invited to thaiV.
lowingcatalogueof medicinea which are lets
at the Dm a Store oo Water St., Loaisisne, Jrfai"
w ttsrs Haitsin. ifttin tciiiAk. i
-- , ....naiiiTi.tl t-l ff
Hongcrs' itiverwert antl Bull's Sarsarsmlls:
S. P. Tosrnsend do.;
Buckhan'e Htiiigi Bal
aam; " i .
Rowand's Tonic Mis.;'
ut. Jayne . Family Med
lit. Mortimore's Rlirt-
Smith'esngar coated do.
wnght's Indian Vegeta
Hay's Liniment fop Piles;
Mexican Mustan Lini
eines: : .
Doctor Storm's Scetdb
McClane's Pills & Ver
Lindtay'a N. & . Llni-
Mag. rain Extractor; :
Farrell's Arabian Lin'mt; Balm Colon bia:
Gredley's Salt Reumatie Cnllen's Ipdian Vegeta-
uiminrni: Die ranacse;
In fact all the Popular Family Medicines of tha
day, warranted genuine, for sale at 'WILLIAMS
&Co.'s'Drug Store. Water at., Louisiana, Mo.
uctooer 1st, 1850. 16 ly. - ?
TO THE FARMERS OK PIKE. RALLS.
LINCOLN. MONTGOMERY, ANJ ;
1TE beg leave to announce to the fanners, sad
" all other persons, of th above najnedrcwv
lies, that we have leased the large and com mo-
one Brick warehouse in the cily of, Lraisisnt,
'wnrd.snd formerly occupied, bv Block anW Jke.
Uine j which, togeteer with tbe WHARF BOAT,
will afford us unusual facilities end advantages fct
receiving, storing, and hiprln prrdnce. We are
prepared to pay FAIR PRICES. IN CASH, for
all merchantable produce, or make liberal advan
ces on any and all produce tbat may be consigned
iuii ior snipmeni.
we trnet fhaf by close application to our bnsi-
ness.an.1 untiring industry and perse veranie.wrlh
a determinaiinn to work to the interest of the
Farmer and Shipper, for moderate enmnematiAa.
thai we will entitle ourselves to, and shall merit
and receive, a reasonable share of their palroaare.
We are also prepared to bale hemn In -he rrv
best shipping order; to prite tobacco, and to fnra-
isn rne casics ano pack bacon; and to do any aaa
everv thing wuich may conduce to the interest af
the farmer and shipper of produce.
THOMAS CASH, 1. & CO.
Louisiana, June 17th, 1850 4 ly
.T. Ti Tf nrlAitsmt
v w m . aawssu va ovila
Jl TTORJVE YATLA IF,
Tr-Onire immedialelv shove the Jewelw fa
of W. K. Kennedy & Co., on Georgia street.
T B. HENDERSON, of Louisiana, will attend
' to all claims entrusted to his care, by those
entitled to bounty land under tbe act of Congress
approved Sept. 28th, 1850, granting bounty knd-
tn the snrliers (or their widows or minor children)
oi low, ana me inaian wars since 1790.
J. B. HENDERSON.
November 18th. 1R50.
To all tb world and tA raf of otM
KENNEDY & CO., -
ARE now in receipt of the largeat, finest,
most fashionable and beat stock of Clocks,
Watches, Jewelry. Perfumeries, tie. &C evf
offered in Louisiana. Also. ConfeotionariMs
fine Che wintr Tobacco and Cimrs. and a variety
of other doings, too numerous to notice, whica
they v 'll sell vtar crcap for eaah, or in ex-
chang or old gold and siUer, or even California
dust. - vi'NNrnv 1, nn
" tfctS.. ttltSl vs. w.
u usisna, uto. ytn, laou.
N ri. They have also a lot of Cheap Jewelry,
su It as is sometimes kept in Dry Goods Stores,
w.;'.ch they will give a war. if thev dont H
cheaper than any others. -. 8m
Almanacs for 1851. :
ALL those who want Almanaos for the yvaf
1851. will tileaso call at the Drue Stor
J. WILLIAMS & CO., whero thyan ftf
them free of ohargtv
J. WILLIAMS & 'coil
WINTER GOODS. '
LTJCE & MURRAY are now In receipt of a M
stock of nercandlie, suited to tboaeasoa.
- MOTTO t
JS-Willba undersold by no house inPik fJQ
November 18th. 1850, .
LAW DAY., ; j
JOHN C. MASSIE, Justice of the Peace, w.
hold a law day at his office lo Loniitw(
Saturday the lstday of March next
V rtarns,ror sais at LUUs fc. MUHkATT 1 ","7 'wa