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riOM tat SAitn tt.
"JtfucrVM ha been said and written In repudia
lif ii ,5f hsroctet and tentimenti of Lord
Boit, h instance In which justice, ev par
tial justice,. hi been done to hit memort, are
"ftw iid far between. H , ,. ,
That Byton'a waa a character in which vice
and yirtufl Vera rather anomalously blended, and
theiaUer olieiiiiniea neaily or quiia obscured by
tha former, i proposition the .genuineness ol
which Tew even of his most Hrdent dinners arc
inclined to deny. ' But ihil he was wholly and
radically vicous, no one who tins coreluily pe
rused his writing, and dwelt over tha toothing
incidents of his domestic history' can candidly
contend. " -" t
tew men have been guerdoned with the genius
of Byron, and fewer still have been reduced to
h)s extremity of woe.
"If aught in thee
Sullied ihy brightne-s none shall tea
The blemish. Men should view, liku me,
I iTby life' short dream,
- Aud let thy faults, like Swan's feet, be
''j ' Su..k in the stream !"
. The following beautiful and touching lines,
addressed to Lady Bykcn soon after their separa
tion, will le read witn inteiesl oy cveiy one
whose breast has not bt-en rendored callous to the
Bufferings and afflictions of one whose name is
" Already on the roll
of meteor minds,
add to his memory
"The votive anthem of the free
. And brave, and beautiful ascends, where'er
Tha heart ha? pulses, or the eye a tear."
t- Winhdam, Me- Sept. 1340. H. D. W.
Fare Thee Well.
By George Noel Bveon.
f . .Fa'e thee well ! and if forever,
Still forever, fare thee well !
" ' Even though unforgiving, never
'Gainst thee shall this henrt rebel.
, Would that breast were bared before thee
Where thy head so ufthath lain,
While that placid sleep came o'er thee
Which thou ne'er canst know again :
Would that breuslby thee glanced uier,
Every inmost thought could show !
Then lliuu wuuldst at least discover
Twas nut well to slight it so.
Though the world fur this commend thee
Though it smile upon the blow,
Even its pruises must offend thee,
. Founded on another's wo
Though my many faults defaced ine,
Could no other hand be found
t Than the one which once embraced me,
To inflict a cureless wound 1
Yet, oh yet, thyself deceive not,
Lute may sink by slow decay.
But by sudden wrench, believe not
Hearts can thus be torn away.
; Still thine own its life retaineth
Still must mine, though bleeding, beat ;
And the undying thought which puiiielh
Is that we no more may meet.
These are words of deeper sorrow
Than the wail above tha dead ;
Both shall live, but every murrow,
Wake us from a widuw'd bed.
And when thou wouldst solace gs'ler,
When our child's first accents flow,
Wilt thou teach her to say " Father"
Though his care she must forego 1
When her Utile hand shall ,,ress thee,
When her lip to thine is pressed,
Think of him whose prayer shall bless thee,
Think of him thy love had blessed !
Should her lineaments resemble
Those thou never more mayst see,
Then thy heart will softly tremble
Willi a pulse yet true to me.
All my faults perchance thuu know est,
All my madness none can know ;
All my hopes, where'er thou goest,
Whither yet with thee they go.
Every feeling hath been shaken ;
Pride, which not a world could bow,
Bows to tiiee by thee fursuken.
Even my soul forsakes me now ;
But 'tis dune all words are idle
Words from me are vainer still ;
But the thought we cannot bridle
Force iheir way without the will.
Fare thee well thu disunited,
Torn from every nearer tie,
Sear'd in heart, and love, and b'ihted
More than this, I scarce can die.
Eably Mahbiages. Due of the causes of
cliaiomeiit biibcs I10111 early marriages, which is
a distinguished Iciiiureol this countiy. Long be
fore a gnl l.ua gone tlnough her studies, useiul anu
Tiriiaiueutal she is Uiinkuig ol getting uiurned, and
falls in love with a young gentleman with cuily
locks, who danced with her at the last putty: and
11 blie receives any encouragement, she is miser
able until a match is ai ranged; and a hasty war-
r'mge opens the eyes of Unit parties to the aiiiy
step they have taken. ISo girl ahould luurry un
der twenty; and 11 would do llieui no (man 10 iu
main auntie until twenty live, men the mind is
matured and the constitution lornad. A prupei
course of studies fui a young liily cannot well
terminate under fifteen or sixteen, and then her
doinesiic duties should begin. On a sound tdu a
tion aud accomplishment she should engraft a
perfect end practical knowledge ol domestic af
.fjiia, learn to make herself uselul in such depart
ments pi' household duties exclusively the tusk ol
women; and oiler she hug hud lull experience:
. after all romance hus vanished, the suiier, sedate,
yet joyous nod happy state of matrimony ensues;
: ahe enters upon hei new duties with confidence,
baaed on that experience; her choice is cautiously
I not hastily made, end she has the piocptu ol eveiy
happiness in her new position, and such things as
' aeparation or divorce never enter into her iinagiti.
. Ratukr SevJU.-A Country clergyman ob
ervtd la Ids friend tliut upon the laat Sabbath, In
' was, much, diaturbed by a cow who looked in thr
door, and-bellowed ia bi face. 'Sir,' says tin
wLar, haaaw a aeffia the pulpit. -
t JVewr Ktahllihluenr. :i
TAILORLTQiJN ALL ITS BRANCHES.-
i. S. Coleman ,Jjf joAn M.f Aeurcey,
HAVE the pleasure to announce to the citizens
of Glasgow and of the surrounding country,
'hat, having connected themselves in business, in
the town of Glasgow, and having marie arrange
inents to carry on their trade on art ex'ensive scale,
il.ejp r t:ow prepared to receive orders fht work,
pledging themselves toetecutes not only ins work
manlike order, according to the general acceptation
of tha term, but in the latest and mo-1 approved
fashion. The senior flatters himself, that, during
his long residence in Glasgow and its vicinity, he
lias gained a reputation, by his uorks" which will
vie with that of any nf his brothers, as a work
man, and the Junior, although nut as well known
in the immediate vicinity of Glasgow, he believes
from hi lng ejtperier.ee In the biismr at Mum
ville, Randolph count v anil at riiyclle. he ran
speak with confidence of his skill and ahili'y ; hr
iswilling atanv rate to s'mij or f'tll by the repots
t.ol gainedat the above named places-:
Cutting attended ti. uitls .promptness, and the
samtf AHieniiun paid as if the making was to bs
done irMhe shop. '
Report of. the latest fashions received regularl
from Paris, London, New York and Philadelphia.
N. B. Clonks and Habits, mudo in the lates
fashion, and the Ladle mny rest assured that their
Cloaks, and Habits, will he made in an improuit
and we trust approved n miner.
O. S. COLEMAN.
JOHN M. SKARCEY,
Glasgow. August 29tb, 1"40. 21 3mn.
The only true and Pennine Reciiie, and so decla
red by the oath of Mr. Solomon Hiiys, has never
been made known to any person or persi ns except
ii Messrs. Uoinstork and Co., ami ihey only have
he right to prepare the so id genuine Liniment.
which has estah ished a reputation for effectually
uring the Piles in ecrru east, and in all the va
rious stages of the 'complaint : also Rheumatism.
Sore Thrust, Sprains, Bruises, Sores and Ulcers of
long standing. All who have ever used it are high
ly pleased with its erleets, and all who are in need
it cures for any us the complaints mctioned. are
respecKullv requested to ask anv one who has ever
used it. Anil we refer with confidence to ell who
know of the article, and especially to Mnthew J
.Hvers, Jvq. Athens, IM. Y., and Gen. Dull Green,
late of Washington city, all of whom speak in the
strongest terms and w ith the fullest continence from
persona! application and knowledge of its positive
and never tailing cotes.
Some swindlers hive romi'erfeited this article,
and put it up with various devices. Do not be im
posed upon. One thing only will protect you it
is the name of Comstock and Co., that name must
he always on the wrapper, or you are cheated. Do
not foreet it. Take this direction with yon and
test by that, or never buy ; for it is impossible for
ny other to be true or genuine.
Sold wholesale by Comstock and Co., 2 Fletcher
street. N. Y., and by neurly every storekeeper in
OFor sale at the Drug and Bookstore of Dr.
1 A LUOT.
l,ook Out ! !
. "Caution" is the Parent of Safety
An attack of the "Piles" mny be ousitivelv pre
vented by using (when the premonitory symptoms
are teltj tne celebrate! HAYS' LIM-UtM'.-There
are more thon one hundred peuple in this
cny, and in the United fitaies an immense number,
who have surTered beyond endurance by this drend.
ful complaint, who keep themselves wholly free
trom attacks by apnlune this Liniment when they
feel any symptoms of its approach : of this there
is me most pertect proof.
None genuine without the name of Comstock Si
Co. written on the wrappers.
Sold at No. 2 Fletcher street, N. Y.
07-F.ir sale at the Drug and Bookstore of Dr
To Druggists and Covn ry Merchants.
Those vn I uable n rt icles U L DR ID O E'S B A LM
OF COLUMBIA for the Hair, and HAYS LI
MIMEiT for the Piles, 4te. have been extensivelj
counterfeited. Those wuptinfi thop preprtTiinns
will pleae ahvavs write, when ordering from any
other hou-e, for Comstvck's articles: The true ar
ticles have the name or signature always nn the
wrapper, and venders will do well to remember that
when ordering, as the imitations are so exposed in
nearly all the newspapers throughout the country.
thai they could nut he sold, should they be so un
fortunate as to get them.
Our friends throughout the Union are requested
10 give us immdiute notice, hy letter, should any
of the counterfeiters anpear in their respective
COMSTOCK f CO.
Wholesale Drnwnists. 2 Fletcher st., N. Y.
Oldritlsc's Halm of Columbia.
This article was first introduced into the New-
Vurk market about 20 years since, and from its
superior virtues in repruducing hair when it has
fallen out. keeping the bead tree Irom ilandnitT, (
nosi loatliMinie article nil a .ntlenuin's 1-0,11 col
lar.) and giving a softness and beuiitifnl lustro un
known before Iu the hair, has induced some per.
sons to get i'p and udvertise many other articles fur
ihesame purpose, none of whi.:n stand the test of
trial, proe--ing as most of them ou, to be oils of
various Kinus, an 01 wincn are po-iuvelv injuri
ous lo the human liuir. Lei none he deceived, m
other article will make the l.air grow rapidly and
of a g 1 quality ; but the Balm of Columbia, and
no article purporting to lie the BMin ol Columhi
i" genuine without the name of Comstock .V. Co
on the outside wrapper. Some have been deceived
and obtained a counterfeit article for the true and ire.
iiuine Balm of Columbia. Remember to hsik fur tin
name of Coinsim k &. Co. on the wrapper, before
vou purchase, and cet none but the genuine. Don't
he deceived wilh the assurance that any without the
name ot LutiiMock ill Lo , is made 111 the same wa
nil is jiisi us good, ull such pretentions are ful-e
and known to be so by the l.ounlerfeiters.
Sold W h le ale and Retail, only at No. 2 Fletch
er street, N. Y. by LVm-tock Si Co , and by nearlt
everv s'oreaeeper throughout America.
03rFor sale utthe Drug and Bookstore of Doctor
l A Ld'J 1 .
To (he Tiald Ilradrd.
This is 10 certify, Ihut I haie been buldahnnt 20
year-, and hy the use uf the genuine DALM (il
COLUMBIA, my head is now covered with hair
I shall be huppy to convince any one uf the I'm:
hat will call and sen me at Delhi villuge. The
shove article I bought at liriswotd. Case and Co,
store, who had it from Comtoek and Co.
J OILS JAQC'ISn, Jr.
IVIhi. July 17. 19.
From St. Louis, Wednesday, Fridays snd Sun
ays, at 1 o'clock, A. M. From Franklin and
dniithern counties, ome days, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
irrom Liberty and Western counties, Tuesday
I'hur-days aud Saturdays, at 'i u'clucb, P. M.
From Arrow Roik, Fridays, at 5, P. M.
From Palmyra, via Hunisvilln, Tuesday. 12. M
From Palmyra, via Smilhlsnd, Fridays, at 5,
From Fayette to St. Louis, on Tuesdays. Thun.
daysand Saturdays, at 2 o'clock, P. Al.
f or f ruuklin and southern countias, Wednes
lays, Fridays and Mondays, at 7. A. M.
Fur (ilaspowund Western counties. Wdn.
duy, Fridays and Sundays, at H A. M.
rurraris. via Huntsville, Saturdays, at 13, M
Fur Paris, via Smitbland. WaduasU. .1 A
o'clock. A.M. '
For Arrow Back, eelordsys, at 6, A. If.
Saddllng-la Fayette. 7 . ;T
f I HE subsrriber will continoe the
, I SADDLING BUSINESS in all
various branches, at the old shop ot
White & McMi'.lin, where he intern!-
to kep on hand all kinda ol
Saddlery and Harness; '
Ladies' best Forepieca , ,
I " Quilled Seat
! ' ti ' n 'Pinsh '
I Genllcinen'e Full-quilted Fallbacks 1
I ' " Plain
. i ; Full-quilted "
i . " . . i Quilted Seats
I - Bridles and Martingales, assorted,
I . Saddle-hags and Trunks,
Harness of every description.
All the abort Articles
Shall be made in the most fashions hie tyle, of pood
materials, and by the best workmen, and will hi
riisiHed of on as iiioriVrnte and acrommodHtmt
terms as they can be afforded at any other shop it.
ihs upper country. rtrrA" Kimis 01 country pro
duce will be taken in exchange for Saddlery.
SAMUEL 11 McJMlLLlN.
Fsvette. Jtine20tb. 1840.
i'roscelH! ol the Times.
The Proprietors of the Times have awaited
the discontinuance of the Stockholder, ea th
period most opportune for the realization of the
hope wilh which they have been encouraged in
relation to fuih en extension of their subaoiiplion
ist as shall render their establishment permanent,
by relieving its conductors from ell fear ol
The election of General Habrisok now re
garded as a matter of absolute certainty and
the consequent ci ange ol Administration. the
condition of the country and the great measures
of national policy, which mvsl be discussed and
settled without delay, lead to the Relief, that we
are but ejiteriug upon an epoch of unsurpassed
interest and importance in the history ol our
In addition (o this, every man may now reel
himself able to lke a paper.
The political character or the " 1 imes will re
main the same as heretofore, although we hope
soon to t haneo its tones, Iron) those of complaint
mid censure, to those of commendation and, iu
ihis view of the tiiRe, as less space will suffice us
or political discussion, we shall be enabled lo
render to our readers a weekly compend of what
ever else is transpiring in the world around t em.
e shall have a competent lnend at Washing
ton, and at JetTetson, and thus be enabled to
present th ' earliest and most authentic accounts
of the proceedings of the National and State
Tho Markets, including weekly prices current
in St. Louis aud New Orleans, with whatever
else may seem of interest or advantage lo the ag.
ricultural community, shall receive proper and
regular attention. In short in addition to the
hope inspiied by our reli.mces, of being able to
maintain, unimpaired, the high political reputa
tion of the sheet, we expect to render it an ir.
leiesting and valuable family Newspaper, which
may be looked into, with profit and pleasure, by
all classes ol society.
As the period of the approaching Presidential
election will present a convenient opportunity
of testing our reliance upon the liberality ol our
Iriends, we shall cherish it as a favor if each of
our piesent subscribers will shew this prospec
tus to his neighbors and acquaintances, and for
ward us a list of sucb names as may be procured
Tekms. three dollars, payable at any time
belore President Harrison is inaugurated.
Four dollars at the end of the year.
Biles 4-4 I'rowii Domestics.
Bed Ticking, for sale hy
Fayet'e, Mav 16th, 1940. i
Just Received and opened, for Hale at
Dru? ! Book Store,
A large and full assortment 0
Fresh Drugs, .Medicines,
Paints, Oils, DyeslutTs, Surgeon'
Instruments. Shop furniture, Glass
and Glassware, Chemical Appara
tus and Chemical Tests, Crucibles
aud Retorts, Sulphate of Quinine.
Precipitated Extract of Bark, Hu
man Skeletons, Lend, Turpentine, Brushes, &c. fcc.
Also, a very large and varied assoiimenl of
BOOKS AND STATIONARY,
comprising Law, Medicine, Theology. Miscellany,
mid almost every variety of School Books, amnnv
which are Greek, Latin, French and Spanish : Nov
els, Blank Books and Paper ol'ull qualities ; Bibles.
Testaments, Prayers, Hymns. Music, Albums,
0bern's genuine Water colurs, Drawings, Wall
and Bordering Paper, Rice. &c. &c. &.C.
A few marked Phrenological Busts of approved
motieis. ah onereu low lor casti or approved
Faveltfi. June 6th. 1940. 12tf.
Iron at Wholesale.
HARVEY &l BIRCH are now receiving an ad
ditional supply ot genuine JUNIATA IRON
and NAILS, which they oiler to the trade at whole
sale only. Their stock consists of
140,000 lbs. bur iron, assorted from 2 inches
square to nail rod:., including all size
of round, square, and Hut.
3000 lbs. American blister steel.
luOO ' German steel.
bOO " Cast steel, three sizes.
600 " Hoop iron, twu sizes.
100 Kegs of nails and brads, assorted.
Also, six full sets of tools, including anvils, vices,
uciiuws, screw plates, rasps, hies, flic.
Fayette, May Oih, 1840. 80
CilaNgoH' Insurance Company.
'I MfE capital stock having been paid in. agreea
JL h.'y to the provisions ot the act of incorpora
tion; this company is now ready to etfecl Insurance
upon tha variuusdescriptions of properly subject lo
loss or damage by fire or water, remittances bi
mail specie or bullion.
It will also undertake the collection of Notes,
Drafts, ur Bills of Exchange.
JAMES EARICKSON, Pres't.
WM. F. DUNN1CA. teeretary.
P. R. Nowlin,
WM. D SwiNVFT,
John M. Feazle,
J. T. Cleveland.
Walteb G. Chiles,
John M. Bell,
John P. Mohris,
April 4'h, 8410.
Cash lor Hemp.
WE will pay cash for 1(H) to 200 tons of good
clesn hemp delivered in St. Louis.
SIMON DS 61 MORRISON. 10 Front St.
Mr-li 2. 2-1 m.
i tui iua VAttN iiouo lo. C.iiu.u Yarn irum
O 500 to 1400 200 lbs. Caroet W.,.. 111 1 ik"
Candlewick, for salt by
. RICHARD H. LAW.
Fayette, Mar H3tb,lM0. ttrt
Y) Harrey St nirehi a i-h i
' "M ' WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
IROy, NAILS'! STEEL, AND 3LT, ' V
Vffer at Retail !
A very general and fresh assortment' of Dry
Goods, Groceries, DyestutTs,' Hardware, Cut
lery, Glassware, Queer.sware, Blacksmith's' Tools,
Bolting Cloths, Shoes. Boot, Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Taper, Saddles Umbrellas, Grindstones, &e. &.C.
fjr- The iron, nails, steel, and salt, will be sold
st the usual wholesale prices for cash, or on a credit
of ninety days, for aatisfactory paper j and the ar
ticles ottered at retail, on a credit until the first of
January in each year, reserving the privilege of
closing and collecting an account at any time it
may be considered doubtful. The goods ottered are
believed to be of good quality, unless damage is
specified, and the price named at the counter the
one at which they should sell to those dealers who
are willing to allow a reasonable profit on the in
vestment. Fayette, May 23d, 1840. lOOmo
STATS OF MISSOURI County of Randolph ss.
In the Circuit Court, May Term, 1440.
James Head vs. Termelia Hsrrison, and Elizabeth
Harrison, in the Randolph Circuit Court of May
rHIS day came the petitioner, and it appearing
1 to the Court, by affidavit, that the said Per-
melia Harrison is a non resident nf this State, it is
therefore, on motion of the petitioner, ordered
that notice be published once a week for eight
weeks successively, in some newspaper printed in
Jr nearest lo the county of Randolph, that the said
James Head, has filed in the Circuit Court of said
County of Randolph, a petition sgsinst the said
I'ermelia and Elizabeth Harrison, setting forth that
he aud the said Permelia and Elizabeth Harrison,
are tenants in common in fee of a tract of land sit
uated in said County of Randolph, and being the
east half of the south east quarter of section ten,
in township titty-two ot range sixteen, and that he
is entitled to three fifths of said tenements, and the
said Permelia and Elizabeth each to one fifth, and
praying fur a partition thereof, and requiring the
aid Permelia, to be and appear in the said Court,
before the end of the next term thereof, to be holden
it Huntsville, in the said County of Randolph, on
the third Monday in September 1340, and plead to
or answer said petition, tit in default thereof, judg
ment will be given against tho aaid Permelia Har
rison by default.
A true copy,
ROBERT WILSON. Clerk.
June 13th. 1840. 138
John II. fOlis,
T3 ESPECTFULLY informs his friends, and the
J.V public, that in addition to his other business,
he will hereafter devote psrticu ar attention to
He inserts Teeth on gold .plate and pivots, so
natural as to escape de.ection ; and prove nearly
or quite as useful as the natural leeth, for the or
dinary purposes nf life.
DECAYED TEETH carefully filled with gold
and other substances, to prevent further decay, and
Fayette. Sept. 12th, 1940. 26 tf
Root and Shoes.
Of Packages of Boots snd Shoes, for sab y
UO RICHARD H. LAW.
May 23d, 1840. lOtf
John Stags, & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Commission
N. 24. Water street, ST. LOUIS MO.
'THERE will be a petition presented to the next
General Assembly, for a new County, to be
stricken olT Macon, Randolph, Monroe and Shelby
Missouri, August 29th, 1940.
FANCY PRINTS 300 ps Fancy Prints CO
ps. Blue Merrimacks. 10 ps. Chamhrays
for sale by
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THE LARGEST NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD.
rHE spirit of the age islutiliturian. Improve.
J rnent is stamped upon the face uf everv thins.
All the useful arts are progressing with unpurul-
leneo rapidity ; snd the art ot printing iscoming
111 fur its full share or the common improvement
Determined not to be outdone in any thing that
pertains to his profession, where there is a fair
chance for exertion and enterprise, the undersigned
mis determined upon issuing a sheet twice the size
of the Boston Weekly Times, and to take the
place of that paper J and will contain eight columns
more limner than ihersrother Jonathan. 1 his sheet
win ue cunen me nusiun inuiiun, and it is
determined it shall fully sustain a cognomen so
lull ot meaning, and so interwoven with the es
tablished charuuter of our Yankee City : It will
ho the largest newspaper in the world and no
exception, and will be printed on a sheet thirty
even by fifty two inches. It will be entirely filled
with reading matter : and will contain three thou
sand eight hundred and eighty eight square feet
uf print in fine type! and a single number will
contain more reading than an ordinary book of
three hundred pages. These great dimension
will enable the publisher to draw largely upon the
most popuiur periodical's and magazines uf the
Jay, both Americun and rureign;aud as the se
lections will be made with treat care, it is be
lieved this paper will be a welcome NOTION in
every family. Besides a new synoosis of the cur
rent news of the day (as published in the Boston
Duily Times) it will contain Poetry, Popular
Pules, Theatrical Criticisms, Police, and other
Court Reports, Humorous articles, &c. &c.
The w hole world of literature will be ransacked
to fill it. From the study of Philosophy, down to
1 tie ruuee court, througn all the regions uf reason,
poetry, romance, wit, aud tbe ample record of folly,
we shall glean from the past and present, and from
all nations, to present aa pleasing and useful com
binations of recorded thoughts and current history,
as ill world can produce. This is uur " BOS TON
The great amount of wisdom and fun of wit
and philosophy of novelties and antiquities we
re enabled to oiler weekly for six cents per copy:
only six Lents and we can do it because of the fa
cilities of our press and office, and the connec
tion, of daily and weekly publications. For three
dollars we can sell a years volume equal in quality
of matter; wilh every tanety also, to titty two
volumes of novels, such as are issued from the
press of Ihis day. Fifty twu large volumes for
three dollurs! Ell'ected all by improved machinery,
and bv a determination that we will.noi be outdone
111 enterprise auu usefulness.
Three Doallrs a year, always in advance.
No orders, no matter from what source, will be
attended to, unless accompanied wilh the CASH.
Single copies, six cents each.
Fust Masters or others, remitting twenty dollars
shall have eight copies sent lo sucb poisons and
places as they may designate.
Mail subscribers will have their pspers deposited
in the Post Oilice in this city every Saturday even
ing. liLUKUE HUBERTS, Publisher.
Postscript. The NOTION will be published
m a DOUBLED SHEET, every three Months asd
scut gratuitously te aH sabwritsHs wfce have aaid
for ee yestr. ; 1 - ;
! CAIirET. STORK. 1 -'"i '
rpiIE eubacribers having established themselves,
; JL tot the tali of 1 . ... t 'vi '
Carpeting, Floor Oil Cloth, Ac.
respectfully invite visiters to the eity, to examine
their stock ; previous to purchasing elsewhere.
Their connexion with extensive importing house
In Philadelphia arid New Orleans, will insure le
theni a constant supply of the newest and most
fashionable articles in their line. .
They have now on hand, just received, Carpet
ing of the following description :,
' ' i Brussels 1-8, with bordering ;
j Imperial 3 Ply i '
Superfine Ingrain ;
'. '. Fine and Ex Fine do ; 'i
" Damask and Plain Venetian
; 4-4, 3-4 and 5-8 wide;
with Turkish, Wilton and Brussel Rugs, to match.
Floor cloth, Baize, Furniture, Oil Cloth, Stair rods,
every variety of price. Door Mats, ifce. &!. J
FLOOR OIL CLOTH, from 3 feet to 21 feet Wide
suitable for Parlors, Halls, &.C. Which will be cut
lo order, for any room within the size of 21 by 60
tent, which, with superfine, hue and common clotl
table covers, and every other article pertaining to
the business-are ottered low on pleasing terms.
MACAULEY & SUIM.
No. 54 North Main street Saint Loui
March 21, 1840. ' tf
George XV. Callahan,
A TTORXE Y AT LA W,
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Messrs. II. N. Davis & Co.
John Riggin & Brother,
" James Lyman Si Co.
J. B. & M. Camden,
Clark, Van Alen & Co.
" Stiolher, Holcombe. & Co.
" Hooper. Peck & Scales,
Barry & Hurst,
Doc.t. David Keener,
Messrs Hall, & Co.
George Handy, Esq.
Stephen F. Nidelet. Esq.
John M-Chapron, Esq.
Messrs Richards, Kingsland Si Co
' Oakley, Johnson Si Clark,
" Pettibone Si Long,
Lewis G. Irving, Esq.
looks and Stationery.
j. c . i 1 1 1 : s , & co.
SAIXT LOUIS, MO.
Invite the attetititm of Country Merchants, Public
Officers, Teachers and the public, to their exten
sive stock of
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS,
PAPER & STATIONERY, generally,
Comprising the largest stock ever offered in Saint
Louis, which they will sell at the lowest prices fur
Cash or for approved city paper, on a liberal credit
They have also on hnnd a large assortment ol
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, and Wall paper,
which thev will sell at greatly reduced prices,
4arch21. 1340. tf
The undersigned having obtained letters of ad
ministration on the 7th day of August 1840, of
lite cnuntv court of fowsrd county, on the estate
of Patrick Woods, dee d., hereby give notice, to
all persons having claims, or holding demands
against said deceased, to appear and prove them
within twelve months from the date aforesaid, and
if nut within three years from the date of said let'
ters, they will be forever barred.
ADAM C. WOODS,
Administrators' of said dee'd.
August 15th, 1940. 2a 3t.
Umbrella aud Parasol iUanufac
' NO. 29, MARKET STREET, St. LoUIS.
TT7 HERE can be found a large and extensive as-
T v sortment of bilk, 'iineham and Oil cloth urn
brellus : also plain and figured Parasols of every
style and finish, some with rich Pearl and Ivory
handles, manufactured especially for the retail trade,
and will be sold by wholesale or retail at Eastern
prices, adding the transportation ot stock &c. Sic.
Country merchants are invited to call and examine
March 21, 1-tf. N. PHILIPS, 28 Market St.
PA ISA SOLS.
JUST finished, the most extensive assortment
ever onVed, some very chaste and elegant pat
terns, at prices varying from $1 50 to gfi 00, for
sale very low by N. PHILIPS,
28 Market-st St. Louis.
fX(Virr lbs good Merchantable Rags
JJ)JJJ wanted in exchange for Books
and Stationery, by
TURNBULL Si THURSTON,
No. 132 Muin Street, opposite the State Bank,
St. Louis, Mo.
April 4th. fii40. 3 ly
IHIS is to notify all, and every person or per
JL sons, holding notes, or obligations, of any de
scription, to which lam bound as security, to take
steps is will release me from said bonds, notes or
obligations, before tho approaching term of the
Howard Circuit Court: as I will uot stand any lon
Fayette, July 25th, 1940. 19 tf
pieces Black and Blue Black plain and fig
do Plain and Figured Fancy Silks,
do Muslin de Lain,
do Painted Lawn,
do Black Bombazine,
do Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs, for sale
KICHAKD H. LAW.
May 23d, 1840.
0 pieces Black, Blue, Green, Invisible Green,
OU Drab, Cadjt mix, Steel mixed, Brown
and Olive Cloths.
30 do Cassimere and Satinet!.
15 do Red, Green, While and Yellow Flan
nels. 30 doz. Cotton and Silk Hose, for sale by
RICARD H. LAW.
Mav 23d. 1940. lOtf
large assortment uf Summer Guods, suitable
lor gentlemen, lur aale by
RICHARD H. LAW.
May 23d. 1940, lOtf
A Beautiful assortment of Shawls, fancy dress
Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Lace Collars and Rib
band , for sale by RICHARD H. LA W.
Ma, 23d. 1840. 10if
clU kegs 3d. 4, 6, 8, 10, 14, 20, nails.
150 lbs. Indigo.
300. d Madder.
100 do Alom, Pepper, and Copperas.
6 Hhds. N. O. Sugar.
3000 lbs. Havana Cutfee. ' '
4 Chests Tea, for sale ly
RICHARD H. LAW.
O fl r Bushels Flax Seed, wanted by
JUUU RICHARD H. LAW.
May 23d, 1840.
Wheat! Wheat!! Wheat!!!
3 000 Bushels of good clean Wheat warn.
1"U ed, for which a liberal price will
iveo, by . ' RICHARD H. LA W
Fayn,;ly Ith.UW. ......
Co-partnership JVotiee r-l
TTtfrji'the BhoVrsigned', having torrimeaeeil tlia
V Mercantile business in CARROLT0N,
indar the firm and style of Rock st Hemdonrfft
for sale a general assortment of, Merchandita; we
tope (as we are permanently located) that our
riends of Carroll, and the adjoining counties, will
tall and examine our a (feck of goods; we will aell
o punctual customers on six' months time, com
nencing Jsnuary 1st. 1841. but as we are in ptr
msequainted, we shall expect in every case go af
reference. A. D. ROCK.
G. P. HERNDOIf.--September
18, 1840. 26 - 1 " ' -r
IMPORTER, MANUFACTURER & DEALER
MUSIC Si MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.IN
Ao. 2", Market st., St. Louis.
rIHE subscriber respectfully informs his eusta;
JL mers and the public generally, that he has just
opened a large and valuable assortment of nev
Music, Musical Instruments and Musics. Mix
chandise of every discription ; consisting of supe
rior French cornets; valve trumpets; Cristtnati's
tenor and bass trombones, (Chotfe's pattern) Oplie
elides ; E. & C. Kent Bugles, from 5 to 9 keys;
concert trumpets; bass horns, boss and tenor
drums, French horns, concert and post horns ; supe
..or noaiieu Kunars, sume oeautuuiiy inlaid wita
oearl. ivorv and silver, virvim a n,tn. r.m .
60; violins, all qualities; double basses and base
Vlllla UMth nat.m. mnU: 1 .1 "V . ' ;
...v.. ,,.,. uiatiniic neaus i,risiinan s premi
um Flutes, from $1 to $65; do. clarionets, 6 to 13
keys; double and single flogeolets ; fifes, various
lucuciiviiina, uiru organs; music boxes a
splendid accordeon. from ft ti : l. ..-.k
pearl and various kinds of fancy wood, from 5 te
jb.m . i i i i n .. .y . -
.iuiiu auu inn yioi uows or an qualities;
reeds for claroneta; crooks and mouth piece for
bugles, cornets, trumpets, horns, etc.; portable m
sic desks; tuning hammers and forks; violin bridg
es and pegs; hair and rosin for bows ; cases for va
rious instruments i music nnier. inu.nMin. k..L.
fur all instruments; patent par folio for securing
uuc iimsn. , superior vionn viotinceiio, guitar, harp
and piano forte strings : Also, dulcimer wire. The
stock of music ; merchandise is very extensive, em
bracing every article appertaining to music
The above stock was selected with great cara by
the subscriber, and every instrument is warranted
torrect, and can be returned if found imperfect ia
any respect. Those in pursuit of good instruments,
will find it to their advantage to call and examine
this stock, as it embraces the largest and best as
sortment ever offered in this city. A liberal dis
count made to seminaries, bands and artists of th
profession. Musical instruments of every kiad
repaired and put in proper order. dec-9
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC."
A full catalogue of the latest and most Tashioa.
able songs, marches, waltzes, pieces, etc., arranged
for the piano forte, guitar and other instrument;
also, music arranged for a full band : sacred musis
in sheet and books ; Foreign music ; a splendid se
lection for the piano forte violin, flute, etc., by tha
most eminent composers ; among which are, D Ber
iot, Lafont, Mayseder, Osborn, Thalberg, Auber
and Hertzes. In addition to tbe above, the sub
cnber will receive monthly all the latest and best
music published in the United States. On his coun
ter may be seen a variety of musical wurks and
fashionable music. The following are among th
collection, the Boston Musical Souvcnier; Orphaa
lyre, a collection of glees ; Kingsley's social choir ;
wucu., , uusiuu g,ee D00K . ms,c or Christ
Church ; Catel on harmonv ; Burrow's Piano Fortat
primer; juvenile singing school ; ancient and mod
ern Catholic music ; Boston Acad ; coll'd ancient
lyre ; the choir ; Handle and Hayden ; coll'd Church
music ; Cook's art of singing ; La Mosique or Ma-
N. PHILIPS' Music Saloon. "
RICHARD H. LAW respectfully inf. rm. hi
old friends that he has just returied from
Philadelphia, New York, and Boston, with a com
plete assortment of Merchandize, consisting of
Dry Goods, Hardware, Queensware, Groceries,
Boots, Shoes, and Dye Stuffs, which he will sell oa
the most reasonable terma and usual credit; he
solicits a continuance of their favors and traste
they will call and examine for themselves.
ravette, May Itith 140.. Off
J. II. Sickles & Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAILDEA LERM
7.V SA DDLER Y, A D SADDLER Y
N. 54 1-2 North Main street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
'WW rug Stored
'lyE Subscriber is now receiving snd opening
X in the house formerly occupied in Glasgow by
MessrsXockerill &. Dunohoe. a new and fraah sup.
ply of Drugs. Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dj Stuff.
Surgical Instruments, &c., Sic, which he offera to
the public on liberal terms. Physicians furnished
on six months at a email advance on Eastern cos.t
All orders punctually attended to. : . ,
ri , F. W. DIGGES.
Glasgow, May 16th.J84tt. 99
, Hojjy dTiIuiiton, ,
ATT0RXEY8 AT LAW,
' ST. LOUIS, MO.
JJnonLdjesjintbetweenMain and Scond t.
KiniTMlniail A- l.iirl.i......
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN STORES. .
035 Water street.ST. LOUIS. MO. "'
JOHN SIMONDS, JB. WH. H. MOBBIMV
Simonds & Morrison,. .
No. 19 Front street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
E. & A. Tracv, -
COMMISSION AND FOR WARDINS
MERCHANTS, . t ; -
Front Sreet ST. LOUIS, Mo. ' ';
Julius D. Johnston.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ST. LOUIS MO-
Office in Court House Building, Fourth ti.
Hazel ltidge Cottage.-
rfHlS House, aituated upon th State road -JL
tween Glasgow and Fayette, is now opened
for the reception aud enteriaiumeut of th travel
ing community. . - . - .
The cant about " plentiful table"" Market 'af
ford"" Careful end attentive 1 Ostler, it t
bought bast to omit. J. T. CLEVELAND.
John P. Darhy, '
' ATTORNEY AT LA W, ..-(
... ST.LOUI! Mo).
Oflise on Pine, etwa Mala aad Second krM,
' lU'tiuunegle St Way, - y. .
Commission aud Forwarding Merchants, .Vj ?
, WHOLES A LE and RETAIL GROCER,
Ko. 72, Front street, ST. LOUIS tlQ.., ;