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FEVER $ AGUE-J&rjr&S AGUE
PlLL$ ire tofo under ja ' GUARANTEE
tut ooe bottle ot; tnem will canine per
ob of Frex tad Ague or Chills and fever,
and in all cases if they should fail to cure,
the money, will be refunded. But tbey
oarer bare failed yet, nor will tbey fail oae
pine in a thousand cases.
essrs. : A. rnilloe & Uo, says:
Camden Mills, III. We are much pleased
with your Medicines, and know that they
era. . both good and popular. We regret
you aid ..not send us more or the Ague
Pills, as there is a great demand for them,
and tbey nave always been successful in
curing 1 ever and Ague.
. II. J. Bcstiek, Esq., Drayton, Georgia,
ays: Nor.' 18th, 1846-Dr. D. Jayne
Dear Sir My sales of your preparations
bare exceeded my expectations. Tour
Expectorant Vermifuge, Carminative Bal
sam and Fever and Ague Pills, all sell
well some' of which. I am now out of. I
want an immediate supply of aU the abore
named medicines, more particularly a Iage
supply of the Expectorant and Ague Puis.
We hare yet among us good many long
standing cases or Chills and r ever, in
whieb your Ague Pills have never ailed fo
ewe. xocr Alternative is just beginning to
tie known here, and appreciated. II 1 Had
had enough of these Fever and Ague Pills,
I could bare sold more than a hundred dol
lart -worth of thenw Yours, &e,
. , H. J. BOSTICK.
.JM essrs. J. & H.' Moore, Lisbon, Illinois,
ay,(Uct. Slst, 1846. J your Ague Wis are
about gone, and have given universal sat
isfaction. Wm. Bell Esq., Walnut Grove, Ala
bama, says, (Nor. 9th, 1846.) I hare sold
all your Ague Pills and Tonic Vermifuge
they aredoirg wonders here. I am sorry
you did not send me more of them.
G. C. CarmishaLEsq., Lanier, Georga,
ays, Nov. 20th, 1846. I am happy to
say that your preparations are exciting
- general favor. I bare sold all your Ague
Puis, nnder a warrantee, and have not
heardof their failure in a single case.
HALDERMAN & CO., Mt Carroll, 111
say, Oct. 20th, 1846: Dr. D. Jayne
Dear SIk Tour medicines, to far as they
hare been trid in this section of conntry.
give Very general satisfaction, particularly
your Ague fills, we could have sold three
times the amount we did, if we had had
then. ' The Sanative Pills ere very much
liked by all who have used them, and are
fast taken the place, of all other Pills as
purgative.: ; WM. HALDERMAN & CO.
Prepared onlv br Dr.Javne. Philadel
pbia, and fold on agency by H E. Block
ct sjo., ixratsiana, mo."
STATE OF MISSOURI,
County of Pike. u.'
Pike Couatr Court, August Term. 1848.
AMONG the records and proceedings had
on the eighth day of said term of the court,!
mm uie iou?wing, via ; -
i It is ordered by the court that there be
levied, for the. improvement of roads, dur
ing the present year, a tax equal to fifty
per centum on the State tax ; and that eve-j
ry person against whom a poll taxis assess
ed may be discharged of the tame, by the
payment of any cents per. day m money;
that every overseer of roads be allowed one
dollar per day for his attention while in ac
tual service as such orerseer; that it be
the duty of every overseer to buy a plougl
ua one or more scrapers,, to ; do paid ' lor
oat of any. money belonging to his road dis
tjriot, if in his judgment they be necessary
to notify each hand of the implement to
, do nsea oy mm at the tune be gives tucb
: hand notice to work anv road : and to work
aU the roads in his district at least twice a
year, via: once in the spring and once in
the falL That every overseer may pay for
erica on roads in his. district a sum not to
exceed seventy-five . cents per day for a
good hand, seventy-five cents for a yoke
of eatUe, one dollar : for a pair of horses,
two dollars for n team of four horses, three
dollars for e team of six horses or mules,
and fifty cents for a cait or wagon. That
all persons will be liable for the payment of
their road tax in money on a failure to work
the roads, when' one notified to do so, by
: tie proper overseer; and that no hand be
allowed pay lor a fall day's work unless he
Meet at early as 8 o'clock in the morning
tad work until discharged by the overseer
la the evening; -and ordered that a copy
of this order be published ia the Banner
r tad the Seventy-Six for four weeks."
f:; I Samuel F. Murray, clerk of the eoun-
ij sBpn ir saia county, cenny inai me
foregoing order is correctly copied from the
record of said court now in my office. '
TeTTTl ; Witness my signature and. official!
r r r Jrl hereto affixed, at office this 6th
aay of September, 1848.
XOUW:! 8. F. MURRAY, Clerk.
Sept 11th, 1848 4w.: ; . ... -:, . j
C SPRING AND SUMMER.
.are'now receivWalamand well as-
V sorted stock of Goods, suitable for the
'Wwea'ewtiraBg of '' ! .-mvs..- -.
.x '(itieensware, &cl &c;,'
- wiiiCB wa.wiii sou ei very low prices Tor
'Csi&'eT Prodeee. " Person a labbtta nntw
ehjfff Ooodj wiU.pIaaxe gira a a call bc-
, V. JAUK5UW t KO.
$100 Ke ward!!
improved diamond stl cary
Manufactured at Tally. Mo. :
3TIHE subscribers ha been appointed agent
u for the above celebrated and superior
ploughs, and now has on hand, at the ware
house of H. E. Block & Co.,
50 two horse Ploughs,
25 one horse do.
As these Ploughs are becoming exten
aivejy known and used in this section of
country, the subscriber deems it unneees
sjtvJo iay much with regard to them.
f ha Mfileboard is entirely of steel, and those
who hare tried these Ploughs think them
the best article of this kind now in use.
The manufacturer of these ploughs offers
one hundred dollars for a Moleboard pattern
superior to his.
We are authorized to sell on the most fa
vorable terms for cash or produce.
All orders for these ploughs addressed to
T. Morrow, agent, Tully, Mo., will meet
with prompt attention.
JNO. M. McFIKE, Agent.
Louisiana, Sept 11th, 1848. (n226m.)
THE undersigned, administrator of the es-
1 (ate of William McFike, deceased, will
sell the personal property of said estate, to
the highest bidder, at public auction, at the late
residence 01 ue deceased, near Aashley, Mo.,
MA day of October next.
Sale to continue from day to day until all the
property is sold. The property to be sold com
prises some ol tne finest stock in Missouri, as
well as a general supply of laming utensils in
.1 1 . . . . tt
uie ve enter, ii consisu, in pan, as iouuws
30 head of horses,
35 head of mules,
3 Jack colts of the Mammoth stock,
The celebrated Jack, Movstais Lxasta;
8 head of Jinneys and colts of the Mam
moth stock ;
80 head of calUe,
150 head of sheep,
100 head of bogs,
7 or 8 hundred bbls. of old corn in the crib,
The growing crop of 275 acres in the field,
. Z,OUU busbels of clean oats,
300 bushels of wheat,
9.000 lbs. of bacon,
60 or 70 hav stacks. "'
A good 4 horse-power wheat threashing
20 new diamond steel cary ploughs,
1 ox cart,
A number of good beds and bedding,
All of the household and kitchen furniture,
As well as a vast variety of other articles too
tedious to mention.
Terms of Sale: .
A credit of 12 months will be given on all
sums of ten dollars and upwards, the purchaser
giving uoou wivu approved security, t or ail
1 I 1 r 11
sums under ten dollars tne cash will be requir
ed. ' No nronertv to be moved until th
of sale are compiled with.
Administrator of Wm. McPike, dee'd.
Sept. 4th, 1848 6w.
23" Sevety-Six copy.
11TR. Wairxa Walkib & J abb Walkcb,
IT I his wire You will please take notice.
that at the next November term of the county
court for Pike county, Missouri, we will apply
lor an order for the sale or tne slaves belonging
to the estate of John Mackey, deceased, that a
distribution may be made according to the rights
of those entitled thereto, as said slaves cannot
be divided in kind.
Signed this 28th August, 1848,
. JAMES A. MACKEY, in his
. own right, and also as Guardian for Su
. san Mackey, a minor.
JAS. M. WATSON, Guar
dian for William Mackey.
. CLAIBORNE M. THURMON,
' ' in right of his wife Rebecca Thurmon.
ANDREW J. TRIMBLE,
in right of his wife Nancy Trimble.
-v ; in right of his wife Mary Templeton.
. . ; SAMUEL D. G1VENS,
gin right of his wife & as Guardian for John
,' and Joseph Mackey, minors.
his wife Elisabeth Tillitt.
September 4th 1848. .
Wm. H. ROBINSON'S
Stem anal Bays' Clothing ana Furnlsh
. Uf aiore,
riHE subscriber would respectfully an
I nounce to his friends and the public gen
erally, that he has now on hand, ana will con
tinue to keep, a large and well assorted stock of
Ready-Made Cloth ins,
embracing every article worn by men or bovs.
Auey consul in pan, or
Uoats, ranU, Vesta. Drawers, Skirts, Sus
penders, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes,
Socks, Gloves, Pocket &Nerk
HdkTs. fee &c
Also, a variety of Pocket Knives. Razors and
Strops, Riding and Wagon Whips, Saddle Bags,
cloth and hair Brushes, Trunks, Carpet Bags,
umDreuas, ana many outer articles too tedious
to mention, which was bought for Cash and will
be sold for the same as low if not lower than
they can be had above St. Louis.
, Bavins; the experience of 10 or 12 years in
the clothing business, he flatters himself that as
regards style, quality or making, his stock can
not be .surpassed; and as ..for prices they shall
not prevent a man from dressing himself, for I
am determined hot to be undersold by any one.
Persons visitintr this place, wishinz anv article
in mv una. will not lose anytbins: by calline in
- m- - . r ....
ona door west of E. G. McQuie's, Georgia St.
Louisiana, Mo. WM. H; ROEJNSON.
Sept. Ilth 184S-8nu
Wm. M. Coffee,
Attorney and Counsellor at Iawi
WILL promptly attend to anv businass that
may be entrusted to his care. He will practice
in rvarren and the adjoining counties.
T3- Office in Warrenton, Mo.
May 8th, 1848. 5tf.
jlTTOEJVEir. JIT LAW,
ATTENDS regularly the court of Pike
Lincoln and St. Chariea counties
lj" AddressPrairieville, Pike county, Mo.
November 8th 1847.
E. G. McQUIE,
Tfc EA LER in Dry Goods, Groceries, READY
1 9 MADE CLOTHING, Produce &c.
Joseph D. Withers,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
8t Louis, Missouri.
Yl7TLL make liberal advances upon Tobac
IT co and all other Produce consigned to
mm. q j umceon vine, between first and sec
oud streeU, at the "Vine Street Hotel."
Corner of Main and South Carolina Streets,
THIS HOTEL, formerly known as
the Missouri House, is now open for
the accommodation ot boarders and travellers.
Every effort will be made to render those who
may call at Thurmond's comfortable; and the
proprietor hopes, by constant exertions to please,
0 merit a liberal share ot public patronage.
Dec. 6th 1847.
No. 19, Main Street, St. Louis, Missouri
WAS COJvS7V?JvLY OJV HJ1JVD of ku
, ownMtttvfaeturing,a Wholesale and Retail
svppiy of TIJYand VUrr&K WJiKE, Sheet
Iron Wire, STOVES, GRATES, and even oth
er mrticle, in that line of business, JJ" Cheap for
Dr. J. L. Wood,
NFORMS the public that tha time ol his as
sociation with Dr. E. M. Bartlett having ex
pired by limiUtion, he now oners his profession
al services to the citizens of Louisiana and sur
rounding country: Hoping that close attention to
his profession will entitle him tr some of their
cash. 13 Office in a room of tne Store of Ed
win Draper & Brothers, where he may be found
unless professionally engaged.
Nov. 10th 1847.
J. B. Henderson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Classsville, Mo
Tk'VTILL promptly attend to any business that
, Y w may be entrusted to his care.
' ClarksviUe, May 3d, 1847.
ATTORNEY" A a LAW.Bowuiie-GBEBR.Mo,
Will promptly attend ta all business entrusted
to bis care.
S. F. Murray,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowling Green, Mo.
Will promptly attend to any business that may
be entrusted to his care.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bovlmg-Green, Mo,
Regularly attends the Circuit Courts of Pike
Kalis, Lincoln, rvarren and Montgomery.
N. P. Minor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowliho-Gbbbr.Mo
Office intheCourt House.
WCHEAP CASH BOOK STOREJ
J. HALS ALL,
117H0LESALE and Retail Bookseller and
TT Stationer, No. 124, Main Street. Saint
Louis, Mo., keeps on hand a splendid assortment
School, Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Books;
(JuiUs, ink, Wafers, Steel Fens and
Slates, Writing and Wrapping
Papers: Blank Books
in great variety, together with evary other art
cles in his line of business.
Books touna in the best manner.
Call and examine No. 124, Main Street,
NEW FIRM IT THE OLD STMD.
OHB S. MABKLBT.
MARKLEY & CLARKSON,
HAVING purchased the stock of Samuel .
Allen, are now manufacturing every de
scription of Boots and Shoes at the old stand of
riewnam & Allen. They will keep every va
riety of Boots and Shoes, shoe findings, sole and
upper leather, Philadelphia calfskins, pegs &c.
fco., and beg to assure all who may favor them
with their patronrge, that they may rely on all
work made by them being of the very best work
manship of any made in the county. A "mt"
warranted in all casei.
Having in their employ the best Boot maker
in the county, tbey confidently solicit and ex-'
? sot to receive a liberal share of patronage.
hey will also keep on hand a good slock of
eastern Boots, bhoes and Family Groceries.
. . MARKLEY & CLARKSON.
Louisiana, June 10th 1848. 10 tf.
T A IKE'S EXPECTORANT, Jayne's Ton
ie Vermifuge. Javne's Carminative Balsam.
Jayne's Sanative Pills, Jayne's Alterative,
Jayne's Hair Tonic, Jayne's American Hair
Dye, Jayne s Aguo Pills
All the abova medicines are prepared
only by Dr. David Janf.Phi!adehhia. and
tor tale by n. E. Block & Co., Louisiana
and B. Riggf, Ashley, Mo. 1
U. S. MAIL DAILY LINE OF PACKETS.
For Clarksville, Louisiana, Hannibal, Ma
rion City, Quincy, Lagrange, Tully,
Alexandria, Warsaw and Keokuk. .
The new and light-draught passenger steamers,
LUCY BERTRAM, Chas. Dbab, Muter,
KATE KEARNEY, Jas. Wmtbey, .Master,
Will run regularly to the above named ports
leaving at Louis every afternoon, at 5 o'clock
except on Sunday, and Quincy every morning,
at a o'clock, except l uesday. Tbeir speed and
comfort of accommodation, for passengers, can
not be surpassed by any boats in the trader-
Promptness of arriving and departing will . be
strictly observed, and their officers will spare
no pains to promote tne comrort 01 passengers
and the interest of shippers. For freight or
passage, apply on hoard, or to
R. F. S ASS, Agent, 11 Commercial st.
For Clarksville, Louisiana, . Hannibal,
Marion City, Quincy, Lagrange, Tully,
Alexandria, Warsaw and Keokuk.
The light draught and fast running passenger
steamer uu&aim vtavl, B. Able, master,
will run as a regular packet to the above and
all intermediate ports, leaving St. Louis every
Tuesday and Friday, at 4 o'clock. She having
l .t il .... . A.. a
oeen inorougniy painted ana renned is now
equal in comfort and accommodation for passen
gers, to any boat in the trade.
t or freight or passengers, apply on board.
Sept. 23th, 1848.
For ClarksviUe, Louisiana, Hannibal,
Marion City, Quincy, Lagrange Tully,
juexanana, Warsaw and Keokuk.
The new and eleeant nasseneer steamer ED
WARD BATES. N.Cameron Master, will run
as a regular packet during the season between
ou ioui ana Jieoicuic.
Leaves St, Louis every Tuesday and Fri
day, at 5 r m . And on her return trio, leavs Ke
okuk every Sunday and Thursday morning, at 6
o ciock, and arrive at at. Louis same alternoon.
The EDWARD BATES has been ex
pressly built for this trade, and shippers
and passengers may rely uponhei continu
ing in it during the season, and upon the
regularity of her trips and times of arrivin
and departing. Passengers and freight wi
be received or landed any where on the riv
er, and all signals will be attended to with
out extra charge.
It is hoped that by strict attention to the
interest of shippers and passengers she will
receive a liberal share of the patronage
heretofore so liberally bestowed on other
boats under the command of Neil Camron.
For freight or passage, apply on board.
wtrtn ai a
1 ma wen anown Mouse is still open
for the accommodation of the traveling
community. The proprietor, grateful for the
liberal patronage he has so long received, hopes
by constant attention to the wants of his custo
mers, to merit a continuance of the same. He
promises that his table shall at all times be sup
plied with me Deal mat me country can afibrd;
ana! that particular attention shall be given to his
His prices are as follows:
Board by the day, - - $50
do for man aud horse, - 75
single meals, - 25
do for man and horse, - - 30
two meals - . - 40
do by the week -2 00
do for horse - 1 60
do. for horse per day - - 25
Persons wishing to go to any point in the
county, can be accommodated with a hack,
or single norses at reasons Die prices.
For the benefit of strangers he will say that
Foulks Hotel ia situated on Third Street, one
door south of Baird's hotel and immediately op-
posita the Academy. - J UJin t UUL.K.O Sr. 1
Louisiana Livery Stable.
N view of the inoonveniences to which in
dividuals and the public generally have been
subjected, for tne want ol proper conveyances
to, and from, our city, the subscriber has
been encouraged to establish in Louisiana, at
an immense outlay of . utoil and treasure," a
Livery Stable, well supplied with Horses, Bug-
fies and nacxs. iney nauer inemseives by
eeping constttly on hand, and well rubbed, hor
ses of all gates and colors, suited both to the
saddle and harness, that they will receive a gen
erous support from community.1. Business aien,
and pleasuring men, as well aa tha travelling
community, can at any time be supplied with
single horses, buggies, or hacks, by calling at
their stables, between Georgia and South Caro
lina streets. v ; . ......
It is ald his design ;U run an accommoda
tion hack to all tha Bowling-Greea courts, and
neighborhood meetings, to which four or : five
passangers con iw ouuuueu. : nil pnoea . snail
be aa low as the lowest. - ... .', ...
. ". H. W. P.WOOTEN.
TIE undersigned wish to purchase, imme
diately, TWENTY-FIVE Hhds. Goo
Tobacco, for which the highest market pries
wui oa paia ia waii. , . ;
To the People; of Pikc?
At Bellville, I1L. atown 13 rnilaa W j i
Louis, 400 packages of Da. StobsTs iCa. '
were sold in three months: and tha amnfc.
ceived the folio wintr certifies!, fam lam. " -
oer or persons who used it: ...... . m
! BeUvilleSL Clair.CJfadU,mi: , i
' We the undersizred. tititens of Bellville JS " '
Clair County, in having used the
known as Dr. Storm's Scotch Cough
prepared by H. Wade, of St. Louis. '.'M;'
oneerfully testily to it efficacy as a remedy '- fbt"
Diseases of the Breast and Lungs, and ' we tcvn '
commend 11 tome puoucaa a safe and agreeable i
compound. - :'.- W-.nal
o. j. nuu 1 , vueoiocttr Minister,
a. 0. iyAjSAUfsCi, vuercaow, , - h
O. J. RAPIER. '
W. S. FLEMING, Ed. Bdlvill iWrW, "
And nunvofti.va too num.raiia Ia m..:.. '"
We have thought it unnescessarv toa&t .,!
tificates from individuals in all cases, as 'yaj-'
chasers are unable to inform themselves 'Wths
actual existence of most of the signers. p-tk
following, however, is from a well known cwt .
sen of St. Louis, mom resident No. 210 asj&v'
street two dollars below Cherry: . .,fitJ
Mm. W kDZsDear Sin It afford me pleasure,'
to offer my testimony to the officacy of the arti-'
fee known as Dr. Storms Scotch Conga Cndj. '
And in . diong so, I am actuated by a desire to
benefit others who may be suffering. ? Bfy WuV
was laboring under a severe cough for a lew
time, which threatened serious injury. After
having tried many other remedies tone purpose,
she used a few packages of Storm's Congh Caa
dy, purchased from our neighbors, Messrs. Stem
& Quirk, and in a very abort time she was entire
ly relieved, and now enjoys good health. My
servant was also afflicted with a severe breast
complaint, and she experienced almost lomedv
ate relief from the use of this truly valuable
remedy Kespecituiiy, - ' !. 11
js. abb; :-!n
No. 210 .Vain Street
St. Louis, May 4, 1847.
The action of Dr. Storm's Scotch Cough Cu
dy differs verymaterially from any other, com-.
pound ever invented. It not only allays Bron
chial Irritation, but operating as a very .mild
purge, it keeps the stomach and boards in a
healthy condition, leaving the patient an appetite
which few other Cough Mixtures could impart
We have no disposition to injure the inventor
of any particular medicine, but in justice to the
world, we will give it as our honest opinio,
formed by the observations of eleven years u .
the school of medicine, that large and frtquetd
draughts of nauseous liquid Compounds tain
into the stomach from tivie to time must have
tendency to destroy the healthy tone of that tiitl
organ of the human system. . 1
No such objection can be urged against the tisa
of this valuable Medicated Candy, for Sugar is a- .
greeable both to the palate and stomach, and we
honestly believe that this prepwti.u. wtrf dall
that medicine can do towards the relief of per
sons suffering with Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis
Asthma, Bleeding of the Lungs, Pain in theSida
and Breast, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness1,
and all other symptoms of Consumption.' '
aT"Orders from the Country', or application
for Agency, directed to Messrs. J. H. BAR.
NARD & BRO., General Agents, No. 140 Mai
street, St. Louis, Mo., will meet with proaij
23" For sale by Druggists reneraRv. Itmsr
also be obtained of any respectable country mer
chant in the South or West.
ITS' To avoid counterfeits, our readers would
do well to inquire for Dr. STORM'S SCOTCH
COUGH CANDY, prepared by Hamilton Wade,
St. Louis, whose written signature is on tht
wrapper. . .
O"" liberal deduction made to country dealers.
starch 13th, 1848. . 4-6nv .
SPRING AND SUMMER CAMPAIGN:
n w. w ' " I
FRESH SUPPLIES TO SUIT ALL
TJiSTES. . . . M n(
THE subscriber has just replenished hi al
ready large upply of BEADY MADS
CL O THING, consisting in part of dress, frock
and business cloth coats ; black - and figured
casimere pants; superior black satin vests; silk,
beaver and neutria hats ; shoes and boots. " H
has also a large variety of linnen and .tweed
sack, frock and business coats; -linnen and
tweed pants; summer vest, shirts and drawer,
together with a good supply of DRY GOODS
AND GROCERIES, to suit the season. AH
of which he will sell as low aa tha times will
possibly admit, for Cash, country produce, at
to punctual customers on time. ..
To dress yourself from top to toe -; , ,
Right down to my house you should go, 1
For, toyoubargainaahallbeaold' ' . :y
For country produce or for gold. '
Louisiana, April 29th 1848." '
Beef ! Beef! Beef ! . . 1
.- TO the citizens of Lou-
isiana: " 1 .
X - i The undersicrned or
poso toreleave tha
eonvenienea labored un
der at present by 4bo citixens of our: to,
ia obtaining a good article of fresh, jnes
by opening aregularinarkt in C. Jacksoa
4. Bro'a. ware bouse, on every Tuesdsj,
Thursday and Saturday mornings, what
they would be pleaied to supply their fries?
and the town generally. . Y.
McALISTER ft SHAW.
Louisiana. Julv. 81. 1848. v.
500,000 Pine Shingled
THE subscribers hay lust received, and hive
- m '
for sale, 600,000 Wisconsin PINE SHIN
GLES. JNO.M.McPlXE It CO.
Louisiana, Sept 25th 1848. y .- ' .' " ;
WE ara pavlna? the birbest market ericas f
Produce, either tn eaah or merehandixe at suf
store IVater street; Louisiana, Mol ;
ORR, DUKE ft CAMFRELsW