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" For the Banner.
K FEW MORE LEFT.
We like to see men who measure every
thing by the "almighty dollar."
Tell him Mr. A, who hai lately come to
town is an excellent nan, we like to hear
him enmiire, "what is he worth.'"
Tell him Mr. B is a talented preacher
and useful man, we like to hear lam reply,
we suppose he can make more at it than he
can at anything else.
Tall him young Mr. C has a fine genius,
aod if a very promising young man. He
will immediately ask what his capacity for
making money is, &c. Has a comprehen
sive mind that man.
We like to see men who have made their
thousands off the people, and yet the hieto--rv
of their operations fail to show where
they have ever contributed ten dollars for
any religious, benevolent, moral or public
purpose whatever, when their awn pecu
niary'interest was not immediately and di
rectly concerned. And then we like to see
these men wonder why they are unpopular,
and to hear them curse the people for their
When wealthy men Lave any mechanical
operations on hands, we like to see them
send any where -else for workmen, rather
than employ our own mechanics, provided
they can save 1-2 of one per cent by the
operation. The way to make one popular.
We like to see a merchant encourage a
customer WllOin lie ueiieves i ub gouu, i,
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deal largely witli lum on ere an. out wnen
ultimately, through misfortune or misman
agement, or perhaps through both, but with
perfect honesty of purpose, the poor fel
low becomes pretty well steeped in debt,
aud is likely to fail, we like to see this cred
itor the first to pounce down on him, "break
him tin." sell him out, even take his home
irom mm ana yet worse man an, o ex-;st
- 1 . . .1 I . - I
etise his own baseness, we like to hear him
slander him by calling him a dishonest man!
Charitable man that creditor.
When a physician has pilled and pilled a
patient, until he has pilled all his constitu
tion n4 hi nr.inritv air a v. and the nonr
Am r. I,.- ,:,, . i;irt ,.B,.!T,HE undersigned will offer at Public
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111 U, BWCar lie nun v.i wan tiv
won't pay him.
When a physician has made himself so in
dependent off the affections and necessities
ffthe people that they won't employ him
ajloner, we like to see him retire to pri
vate life, and leave his practice just in time
to keep it from leaving him.
We like to see ministers of the gospel
wha will argve stoutly that they have had
a Divine and vnmtstaJcabte call to preach
the gospel, and yet when the world has
alled them to sell goods, or practice med
icine, or teac,h school, or do anything else
that will pay ejood deal better, why then
wa like to sea tkesa a little doubtful about
the perpetuity of the Divine call, or at all
events conclude that it is the only way he
can aapport las family, ke.
We like to see a minister ef the gospel
associate almost exclusively with the more
respectable and agreeable portion of his
congregation, or those wlio will be most
likely to help him most, without noticing
the poor and needy, the ignorant and uned
ucated. Wonder if his heart aint in pretty
near the same part of him that other peo
ple are?. .
We like to see christians of different de
nominations fall out on their heavenly jour
ney; perhaps their contentions will smooth
the asperities of the road or rather, per
haps, the darts ihy hurl at each other may
serve to keep them from straying out of the
We like to see persons very officious in
attending on the sick ancongst the more re
spectable or opulent families, or those who
need no attention while they never think
to eall on the poor when they are sick, the
really needy and destitute.
We like to see persons who are willing
to contribute their money or means, to start
some active yoang mechanic in business,
who nay have sustained some slight loss by
accident or otherwise, or who will contrib
ute to anvthineelse that the public will car
ry alone; bat who never think that in their
very midst, there are widows and orphans,
who are positively suffering, aod who are
unable t help themselves.
We lik t see men tojirm in their reli
gioos or political sentiments, that they will
neither read, nor bear anything on the other
side of th question. If thera is a possi
bility of therr being wrong, they will be
likely to find it out, won't they?
We like to. hear nersons avow that they
dott believe that men are free agents, that
they are impelled by the law ot "oeceiei
Af to act just as they do act under all cir
oamslaacesi in ne, that men are mere ma
chines, or automate. , And yef when one
of these automatons' happens ,tb cross their
Slain mile raaeiy orarveeremomousiy, w
ikato see then get In a pet just as otbsi
wen nOf .ava cau aua overj suiu
"clewttlow.' 1 ,
When ehristianj are awgaged in religious
exercises,' we like to, sea than contort their
faces iota all aortj ,f hapej,i. Won4er if
We ktOsMSierchants toe gentleman
ly torttaa apirits like; the iofgtry man,
but yet will spread oatihe pouon by wbole-
sla; kmi when tha temperaoce nan apaakr
to him aJwnt H. walike to boar say, I wouM
b IrelywSIlog tog!vo np'tba Uada, bat
tiei othsrs woald profit by it, and to I had
imi as wall sell u have others do it. WonJ
der if horse thieves and murderers don't
sometimes reason in the same way about
their business matters.
f" A wag in the Intelligencer, enumer
ates the following curiosities that are short
ly to visit St. Louis in a lump t "Jenny
Lind, her dog, Benedict, the Ohio Fat Girl,
and Gen. Tom Thumb." ; He should have
added "Tom Benton & the Woolly Horse."
The receipts of the State Agricultural
Fair, at Albany, were, $10,465,51 two
thousand more than any former fair produ-t
The Darlington Telegraph of Saturday
last says that Miss Margaret Gilbert a
young lady about 17 years of age, had dis
appeared nnder circumstances which lead
to the suspicion that she has drowned her
self "in consequence of disappointment il;r;,;",,1,'M,Mt',la,U"0"e"U,
a love affair." j Doors open at 1 1-2 and 6 1-2 o'clock. Per-
iformances w ill commence at 2 and 7 P. M.
2f"Thc value of watches imported into
tliis country last year, was. $1,700,000, as
appears from the records of the custom
MARRIED On the 18th Sept., by Rev. Win.
F. Watson, Capt. Joel Small, of St. Louis, and'can circu, the most deservedly popular compaDy
Miss Ai.n Kelley, daughter of Moses Kelley of;, ,,.
W. E- IIENUV,
fOULD announce to the eitiren of Louisiana,
if that he will open a school in this city, for teach
inc the English branches of education.
Tin cmIihaI nnm
a dwelling by O.C.I inker. The room is com
I iiv -hitoi i. u. j r
jfortable and well furnished. Jj- School will
.commence on Monday, the ytti insi,
a. Thursday tha 17th day of Oct
next at bis
Farm the following nronertv. viz
One Negro Bnv, one Women and three Children,
also 11 Stacks Timothy Hay, 25 acres of Corn in
mall lots, 2 Horses, 2 Wagsons, 7 Milch Cows,
Steers, 6 yearling Calves, 15 head Sheep, 80 head
Hogs, Ploughs, Harrows, Black&miih Tools,
Wheat Fan. Wacfion and Plow Gears, Saddles
All the Household furniture eonitine 2 pillard
Diiiins Tables. 3 Dresa Bureaus, 2 Octagon Bed
stead, 2 fine Wash Stands, 1 Parlor Sola, 1 dot
r.anm hniinmpd Chairs. 2 do Rockers, 1 Eieht day
Sorine Clock, all of whlf b are of Black Walnut,
and are elegantly finished; Feather Beds, Carpels,
Glass and Ware, Cooking Stoves, & and num
erous other things ton tedious to mention.
THE FA KM
Will be rented (if not previously disposed of)
on the above dav to the highest bidder for cash
Rent, subject to conditions which will be made
known on the day of sate.
For all sums of Fifteen Dollars and under cash;
all sums over that amour.t, a credit of Twelve
months will be given; by the Purchaser giving
bond, with approved security.
Sept. 30, 1850.
NEW (II HI' CASH STORE.
THE subscriber is Just io receiptor anew and
general assortment of
FALL AJVD MATTER GOODS,
which he is selling at the very towtsT raiccs
for Cah. His stock embraces nesily every de
,cription or STAPLE & FACY DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
fm He would particularly ask the atten
itior. of purchasers to his stock of Hals,
Caps, Boots and Shoes. .Call and examine
goods and prices.
JOHN. A. ROBINSON.
October 3d, 1850.
J. Williams. T.E.. Williams.
J. WILLIAMS & CO.,
DEALERS IN ;
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAJNTS, BRUSHES
OILS, PERFUMERY, CONFECTION
ARY, DYE STUFFS, &c, &c,
; Draper' i Row, Water Street, Louisiana, Mo.
5T3- Prescriptions carefully compounded.
October 1st, 1850.. . 16-ly.
IsHE atteation of the public is invited to the fol-
- lowing catalogue of me'dieine which are kept
at the Drug store on water au, Louisiana, aio:
Rodgera'. Liverwort and
Dr. Jayne'a Family Med
icines; Moffatt's do.;
S. Pi Townsend's do,
Bristol's do.; '
Buokban's Hung. Bal
Smith's Tonic; '
Rowand's Tonic Mix.;
Smilh'ssugar coated do.;
Wright's Indian Vegeta
Dr. Mortitnore'e Rheu
Hamilton's Fern. Medi
Hay's liniment for Piles;
Doctor 8term's Scotch
Mexican Mastan iini
Cough Cendyf -
McClaoe's Pills fc Ver
1 niifuge; : -"
Mag. Pain Extractor;
. ment: '
Lindsay's 'N. & B. LtaU
saent; " "
FaereU'S Arabian Lin'mt;
Cullen's Indian Vegeta
1-. ru U the Ponulax FaraRr Medicines of the
day warranted genuine, for sale at WILLIAMS
fcCo.'a Drug Store, Water t. Louisiana, Mo.
: October 1st, i860. ; '"J- I
CJYRENGES, assorted sizes', for sale at Williams J
O kCo.'s Drug Store. r-1 1
S. BURGES, Proprietor and Manager.
C. SHERWOOD, Eguestriau Director,
BILL LAKE, Clown.
HTMIIS superb and magiiinrient establishment
The stud of beautifully maikid.
are unequalled in America, with trappings richly
decorated. A mem moth water proof pavillien.
capable of safely seating 3,000 person.
The Equestrian Cnrus is composed of the most
EM I NEKT ARTISTS, both male and female,
'ami win lilllie M itl It Tartit(1 in make the Amen-
HEF.I.F.H'S frORNKT BAAL.
unrivelled in producing; "charmed melody ,M will
enliven each performance wun a vnneijr
latest and most popular airs.
p Admission Box ou cents; in scmn,
cbfldien half price to the boxes.
See small bills.
N. G. TRYON, Agent.
BAY STATE HI US
BAT STATE 8IIA WL.
RAY STATE SHAWLS AND MANTLES, of
the latest and most approved styles, will be
furnished by the subscribers, at the very lowest
prices. Purchasers will pleae, nnU.ibfu
senuine Bay Str.V":t?.,.M,c non"i ?na 1tx,'-t
inz with the above cut, and they will aisoTir'WW'Tw
tinsuisbed from all woolen shawls, by their supe
rior finish, fine texture, and brilliancy of colors.
Orders solicited from all sections of the country,
nd the nine will be nromntlv attended to. For
sale at wholesale by
BROWNLEE, HOMER & CO.,
No. 85, Main street.
And at retail bv
RUTHERFORD & DAY,
Nos. 132. 134. Market st.
ELLIOTT fc CAUCHOIS,
No. 2, Main, cor. Market-
E DRAPER fc BROTHERS, beg leave to in
form the citizens of Pike and other counties,
that they are prepared for exteusively packing
Pork the present season, and are now prepared to
enter tnto contracts for the delivery or eood well
fatted Hon on favorable terms. It is not their
deign to offer any fictitious prices with a view to
effect the market, oui are ueierinmeu io my
fair prices as any regular packing house north of
Farmer are solicited to give them a can before
engairjiig their hogs.
JTJF They are prepared to slaughter all hogs
offered for sale, and to pack on commission on
Louisiana, Sept., ICth, I860. 8w.
THE property lately occupied by me in the town
of BowlingGrern. The buildings arc all new,
and io good order. There are 26 acres of ground
all in grass, attached to it. Also 40 acres 1 1-2
miles from town, in limber.
I will also sell 500 acres of fine tobacco land In
Lincoln county, adjoinfnarthe lands of Mnj. Clark.
All of this property will be sold on accommodat
Enquire of N. P. Minor, Bownmr i.reen mo.,
No. 50, Chestnut at., St. Louis.
September 16th, 1850 4 w.
mTIOr I. hmliii .l.aii li all nmnm inter
ested, that on the 20th day of August, 1850,
I was. bv tha Uouutv Court 01 rmo counij mm
ouri. annointed Guardian of the person and es
tateor Elizabeth Kiliebrue, a person oi unsouna
mind; all persons having claims against said es
tate, are therefore reauired to present them with
in one year from the date of said appointment, or
they may be precluded from any oeneni oi sam es
tate, and if said claims be not presented within
ihree years they win be forever barred.
JOHN SHOTWELL, GvAaniA.
September 16th, 1850 4w.
STATE OF MISSOURI, ? gg.
J: Couhty or Pi a a, ; . J ." .
In Pike County Court, August 21s, 1850
IN accordance with the provisions of a special
act for said county, entitled "An act to es
tablish a Probate Court in the county of Pike,"
"approved March 6, ;1849," the Court proceed
to evamtne the Doll KSoks of the Aucust election,
1850, for said County.laod find that a majority or
all those voting on the subject at said election
voted for said Actf wIt Is therefore ordered that
an election for Judge of Probate ha held for said
county, on the first Monday of November next;
and that a copy of thia order be published In the
Democratic Banner and Louisiana Record for
otur weeks. . s
A true copy. Attest,
" S. F. MURRAY, Clerk.
September 2d, 1850. 4wl3.
"WONDERS WILL NEVER OEASE ! !"
$MrfnotAer JVonderw Louisiana ..ej
LUCE AND 1IURB1V,
ARE just in receipt of a splendid assortment of
Autumn & Winter Goods,
which they offer to cash purchaser, cheaper than
than can be afforded bv any other house in this
city. Their stock embraces every description of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
OF THE LATEST STYLES.
A LARGE ASP WELL SF.LtCTED STOCK QF
Ready Made Clothing,
HATS. CAPS, BOOTS &. SHOES, QUEENS
WARE. GLASSWARE, HARDWARE,
SALT. PINE LUMBER
SHINGLES, &C. ' .
will promote their interest by giving ns a call,
?T3-Epeeial attention will be paid the ladies, by
a s'mgle clerk or two, who will take great pleas
ure in selling them bargains.
September 16th 1850. ' '
k T.T. norsons iml(hted to E. M. Bartlett. or
V Bartlett and Buckner, are exhorted onceitje
more to come forward and settle up.: I am"com-J,oUars for a team of four horses or mules', and "
peled to have money, and these" totes and ac- three dollars for a team or. aix horses or mule: '.'
counts if not settled very soon, will be placed jnaud fifty cents for a cart or' wagon. That l ;i.
i i. -r m " I ' ' jn i. - r 1. . of liji .
the hands of an officer
J. B. HENDERSQN
September 23d, 1850. ; " '
WHO TOLD TH AT UE?
WHEREAS, reports have been circulated that
we are chargine higher for shipping Tobacco
than other houses; We take thia method of saying
that the statement is absolutely false, by whom
soever made.- We have never charged over $1
per hhd., for storing and shipping tobacco, and al
ways have, and do now, pledge ourselves to store!
and ship as low as any regular house prepared to
tore safely, if it is roa xotuiko at all. me
above report i on a par with others with regard
to the prices of our Goods. Call and see for your
selves, before believing any and everv tale about
our eoods or business. And we should be parti
cularly pleased if some of our fiiends who bave
beenornff ns a lone while, would call ann look
at our Goods at leaat, before laying ont their cash
elsewhere, and reporting our Goods high without
looking at them, i . '
EDWIN DRAPER & BROTHERS.
Sept. 10th 1850.
Execu tor's Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has obtained from the clerk of the county
court of Pike county, letters testamentary on the
estate of Tyrea Martin, deceased, bearing data
Sept. 13ln, 1850.
All persons having claims against said estate.
TV.xequested to present them witbtii one year
io.- .u.,, vtOftid letters: and if not presented
wlnmndvo-tba issue; anu1 J'e, they witirorev
er be precluded from thevtVU tnl.tfil estate.
JAM CO .DAK , ilUJIl t.
Sept. 23d, 1850. ,
KOTICE is hereby ejyen, that the undersiened,
II ailmimitralor ot tne estate oi iaac una, ae-
ceased, late or Pike county, Mo will apply at the
next November term or said County Court, for a
final settlement of his administration on said es
tate, when and where all persons interested are
notified to attend.
JAMES C. ELMORE, Adm-r.
September 16lh, 1830. tw.
NO'l ICE is hereby given to all creditors aod oth--.
intir.td in the estate of Roland Mef-
fnrit that the andersisned has obtained
from the county court or Pike county, letters or
.dminiamiion on saio esiae. orinim h
All persons having claims onslnst said estate are
requested to present them within one year from
the above datet and if not presented within tore
years from said date, they will be forever preclu-
ded from any ot tne oenanis oi mi r.iwc.
September 2d, 1850. 33
NOTICE is hereby given that tne unaeasipnru
has obtained from the County Court of Lin
coln County. letters of administration on i ne es
tate of Benjamin Kennion. Sr., deceased, dated
the Hth day or August, leou.
AH npriom having claims acainst said estate
are requested to present them within one year from
l.n Hnti. nt a.lil loltoriT and if not DISented with
in three rear from d date, they will lorever ut
precluded from the benefits of said estate.
Aug. 28th, 1850. (13 3w) .
NOTICE is hereby given that the ondersipned
k.. nki.in.A fmm the County Court ef Pike
county, letters testamentary on Ihe estate of John
. . a a-. l i a Cii
Mulherin, beanne nate August iom,
a ii n.fcnm ha vinir claims aeainst said estate,
r - r- - - , .
are requested to present mem wnrav.j
th. it.il. nr a ill iptlrrf: and if not presented with
in three yeara from said date, thev will foreveri
. . . -. .a a Aa- - 1 J a.iaia
be precluded irom tne oenens vi .
STATE OFJVIISSOURI, )
Cobutt or Piae, J
In Pike County Court, August 13A; 1850.
SOLOMON HUGHLETT aod Isaac J. Ki ng
administrators of the estate of William Wil-
Us, deceased, comeenu inc
sale of the real estate or saw oeceaseu,
h tha lists.' inventories - and- ac
counts required by low, all of which is verified
by affidavit. it is Uieretore oraeTea nm pri
sons be notified hereof, and that unless the con
trary be shewn on or before the first day of the
vt t.rm of this court, an order will be nude
for Ihe sale of the W. 1-2 of the N. W. ouarter
of section one. T.51. X 4 west, oi the real
estate of said decedent, or so
date of said decedent, or so mucn inerew " "n7"PVlTed
mi nt.SM.ttoasiirv.tlM debts acrainst thei,PP"n.ce.p'1Jrd.T ?
Ui.u"-.."", - - imeni, ano wmcn inisimposreroaiw mo "-Jr-i2
estate of said decedent ; and ordered that a oopy, (ru(l Lookout for this purioMr)lx- . .
of this order be publisnea inarjmeTOWspaper
printed in thia State Tor six weeks, tne last in-
sertion to be at leaat twenty days before the first
day of the nest term or thu 49urt.
A true copy rrpm the record of said court, .
Attest, S.F.AIUBRAY. Clerk.
Septamber 4,1860. 6wl3.
STATE OP MISSOURI, sS ; i
Coohtt Or PlXK, ' J
in Pike county court-august ,
19a, 18). ; , ' --
TT is ordered that there be levied for the iasv
- nmvement of roads duriner the present year; -
a tax equal to fifty per centum on the State "faaV
and that every person against whooi a poll tax la,
levied, may be. discharged of the saane by two
days labor; and that all taxes levied, for tbe .im
provement of roads, 'may be discharged in oeed-f
iul l.-.bor allhe rate or seventy five cents per dayj:
that every overseer of roads be allowed one dot-..
. .... a t v ?
lar per day for bis attention while in aciuai er-;
vice as such overseer; that it be the dUy of eve-j
rv overseer whose district is no furnished with.
a plough and scraper, if in his judsment they .
be necesjary, to buy one or more, whith he . ia
authorized to nav .for out of any money m hra
hamls belonging lonis roaa .msmci . - -
further he the diitv of everv overseer t notify '
each hand in his district of ihe implement to be. '
used by him at the lime he may give him nctice.
to work any road, and to work all roads jn '!!;
district at least twice a year, vix: onee fn the
sorinsand once in the fall; . that every, overseer
may paj for labor on roads in his district a sum.
not to exceed seventy-live - cent per oay .iov w
3 1 i 1 H -.- - MnW AfMlii
poou nana, Truiy- i -
r. .... . 1 '.-.
one dollar for a wir of horses or mtilcsj'two- '
road tax in mone.on failure to work the reads1
persons w in uv-movib w vw ji.jnkih v. ..-. . .
in hi district when once notified to do s by the"-'
nroner overseer: and that no hand be allowed '
pay for a full days work, unless he meet as earlv
as eiirht o'clock in the mornlnsr and work until
discharged by his overseer iu the evening; and
ordered mat a copy oi wis oruer u puuuir -
in the Democratic Banner and .Louisiana necora '
for four weeks. -
A true copy from the record.
Attest, S. F. MURRAY, Clerk.
Sept. 2d, 1850. ; , .:' , 413. -
HG. FARRELL'S genuine Arabian Liniment .
is a most extraordinary medicine, the truth
.or which is placed beyond doubt .by tbe vast sales
or the article, and the many cures being daily per
formed by it. which rrevionsly Dad. resisted an
other medicines and the skill of the best physicians
in world. It is composed of balsams, extract., and
gu ms peculiar to Arabia possessing, in a eoneen -t
rated form, all thoir stimulating, Anodyne, pne-
trating, unctuous and revulsive properties, and f
the same wbicb, aees ago, were used by Ihe 'Son
of the Desert,' with such miraeuiou success, ia
curing the diseases or botb roan and beast. ;
Read the following Remarkable Cures, which
should of themselves place
H. C. Far reU'a Arabian Untmcag :r
far beyond any similar remedy. ,t;! .-
About a year and a half ago, a swelling appear- t
ed in my wife's stomach, gradually increasing ia -.,
ite until it became as large as my fist,andsosore
that she eould not bear the least pressure .open tt. '
without giving ber extreme pain. I got the art- '
vice ef oar best doctors, and they differed in opirA ''
ion about it; some said it was an. Acne Cake- er
Enlargement or tiiabpteen; some,tbat it was an
Enlareemenl of the Ovaries: and others said it srax-
a Tumor of the Ovaries, and eould not be cured
except by cuiHnc is out. In thi eriMcal itgaioo, 'f
I ras pe'rsiiaded to try II. G. Farrell'a Arabian '
Liniment upon it and stranee as It may appear,1
upon the third application she be pan to improve
and has continued pelting better eaiiy. nntu now
she is as well as ever enjoying excellent health.!
Pcoiia, March 5tb 1840. . s . '
TAe Opinvm of an Old. Experienced and. &itn j
tijic Farrier. : -r
Washisotoh, Iowa, June 26, LS49.
From Ihe speedy add permanent cures, both on
man and beast, which your Arabian Liniment is .
performing, I do not hesitate to pronounce it the T
Great Remedy of the Age. , I have practiced doe- , (
taring horses for these twenty years, and have
tried all the various liniments, ointments, &c. bq , ,
much puffed np in the papers; but I must say tbat ' .'.
H.G. FarrelPs Arabian Liniment exceeds any :;
that I ever made use ef. By its nse, I have cured V,
Sweeny and Spavin long after they had been pro- '
nonnced fncorable, and I have eured more Jbeaj, ', "
fifty horses tbls season with yoor Liniment, cm:
bracing every shade of disease, from scratches
and bruisesnptOBpavin, ninK-Donrann .-wrcn,
I can also bear testimony of its good effects on the. '. T
human system.. I was confined nearly all last.
winter fn my room with Rheumatirm, and .eon.e ..
eet nothing to help me, until I commenced the uss., . . .
pf your Liniment, which entirely rured me.
Sun Pain of Q years' standing cured 1$ J1.-G-. -i
. 3 FarteWs Arabian Lmimtnt. . i , :! . ', '.
Mr. H. G. Fabbell Dwr Sir: I had be -
afflicted with the "Sun Pain" forthe last ten years,
and eould never eet relier except by bleedine;
hv tha n of H. O. Farrelfs Arabian . Llnlmet.f
applied over the templea abotrt three or four timeM
a day, it waa entirely removeo, snn ,wtw.'- :.j
nothing of it since. , I went into th stable yne ,. ,
nia-ht. to SPDly it to a horse's sorele. and., being. :
very lame he stumbled and fell aeainst my' leg,,
criishine- and brolzine them so badly tbat they.
turned black as mv hat, renderfng thempeweHess f t
t annKed vonr Liniment, and waa well enough - ia
a Tew days to to about atain aa muaLr I also., Z
crushed mv finter inesboekinsjmanoer.hyletrin,;. .y,
a bsck'loe Tall upon It; your Liniment soon heeJed ,.,
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La Salle prwliicr, Peoria co. III. Feb'y 6-1849.
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