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A Sal t JUterjirf e.
H fen thai! vi-Wrlt meet again l
tW Mailie election' past ml gone, . j .1
t-?Ail lbs Loco' jaws hnuc clown : .-.
Those who thought their psriy strong 51 '
Walfc"rhe strews n'tH leces long.
!- All who o'er (he Whigs did crow I' r.
Vp Salt River now must go. -' -'
""AH wTio foes if Irecdom ate, ' " " ' ' . "
(.)f, For the journey must prepare ; . , t ;
rairuetu unu ma minions iuo
Soon must join the boatmen's crew, ...
Those who over fieeinen crow'd
Up Salt River. must be low'il.
ilDemngogtie Hnil those they lead,
AILet blue light Tory breed, t. ...
I Long have bon.Meil of their strength, r
r , ' Bui they ars used up et length, -
- Those who did for virtoiy look,
' Must ascend the briny brook.
Office-holders, rich nnd proud.
Those to whom their vassals bow'd
Who upon the spoils lie w lit h,
- Worse by lur ilion seven yenrs' itch ..
, ' Those who did high collais wear
' : " For Suit River must prepnre.
' Hannibal and Albert loo,
. r(Boasliug leauYrs of llie crew,
".; Wordecui and S.iui. H. Blake;
All must soon llie journey take.
Those who wish for power supreme
.i - Alust go up the cold salt stream. r :
Murdccni, within the gate,
' There must for promotion wait,
" Till the Doner Tory Hand
1 ' ' Drive the Whigs forth fioui the land.
Then he may return again,
I ". i And o'er Dover Tories reign.
Uncle Zkke and Captain Jo"
Soon must up the river go,
' And in boHtiueu's garment's dress'd,
Take a passage with the, res. ;
But the S.'terijfwill riot hear
.' . Shannon' i thunder loaiing there.
Long they've boasted, long they've bragg'd
' Rulers have the people giigg'd;
. But the patriots of our fSuite
Have aroused the'iuselves of Into !
Ami their voice the Tores hear,
Bidding tlieui up river steer.
Eril Spirits there they'll find,
VN'ho in Maine have led the hlind,
Pioiupting men to sell their votes ;
Now they'ie forced lo t-ike their boats,
.' Ai.d to stem the curteiit salt
- Till they find a place to halt.
Bui the Tory new of M.iine
Will not lung alone leniiin;
Martin soon must leave his throne,
Down he'll come, but not alone;
All liii- office holding crew
Must go up Salt Hiver too.
' Poinsett, with his army bill,
Frani'd nga'nst the people's will,
C-ualme mid Benton too,
S ion must join the long-faced crew.
Diiik iiii, will: thoso liiuinlsso dear,
Up Suit River ioou iuuh stcei.
-. ' - Amos loo must lei.veh s place,
f- Fill'd by him with much disgrace;
- Since he left a salary large,
Now to make an kxtua charge,
Ami, some like ill u Immur's boar,
Had enough, yut squeul'd for more.. .
Van will soon up river look, t . . :
Take the route by Kinrlcihnok,
' And his cabbage. garden clear,
' To sustain hi . rew nrxl year,
Those who Treasury pap did share,
Sour front now must be their fare.
All their spoils of luavs and fishes
They have us'il, and lii k'ii the dishes;
Tno' we've nlmost stopp'd their fun,
Some may yet like Sworiwoul run,
Who the people's money Mole;
Run away and kept the whole.
Office seeker sly and arch
Soon must step the Tories march,
Forwaid move, though very slow,
Striving with one hand to row
They will need the other paw
To support their under jaw.
Democrats cly'd in the wool
Must at rowing take one pull;
If their boat should overset,
Pure democracy get wet,
Those who thought their colors fast
Must look very pale at lust.
When they h-ive up river got.
Will lluy then believe or not?
Will liiey then the truth deny
Say 'lis all a "federal lit"?
Will ihuse blui kheiula then dec-hire
Fi deral humbug diuve them there?
Or will they the trull) confess,
Honestly their minds express;
S.iy, Republicans arouse,
Federal Locos lo oppose.
... When lo ms defeat was clear,
Up alt Rver wc did steer.
Up Salt Rver nothing giows
v!' Pleasant to the mouth or nose;
But the Dutchman's sour ciout
Must be used by them throughout.
Some who on the spoil.) did thiive
There will hardly keep alive.
Old K'ng Maitiu's toyal robe,
Keiidiill's lying Extra Globe,
Both must be preserved with care,
They will soon he wanted there.
-. , Bui Ui-piiblirimsdespisu
Ruyal ru'irs and extra lies.
Yel old A.iios htiiii;; poor,
... Musi employment have once more;
This none ol his friendx dny,
Since tliey luve lo hear him lie;
And I will predict one thing
-.i i, Van will be Salt Ricer liing.
Barbers there will make their jack,
Money they will never luck;
They will i:iake an extra e'largt
Whrre the face is lung or large.
Locos in Salt River town
Have their laces lengthened down.
' Amos will the Locos rob,
' ' Do their lying by the job,
And lor extra bills will cull,
a. ., ' , To support his children small.
j. ..They think wilLiiut soon hear
v.: H : Whig rtiliery roaring near.
: T Where will L'leos rule again,
In the place of better men?
Fill the pi ice where once they sal,
And Again on spoils grow fat?
,. , When will they dawn river steer,
; And no opposition lew? r
When Whi principle i!iall cease;
Whn corruption shall increase;
Wbtn Cvliiinbis's son grow slnck; .
; When fittiu fluty thy lurn back : "
' Tien $alt Rjver lblkWiU reign .
.. " FdMl Leewt'iul gin. ' .'.
-New KwlabllIwiif nl." " 1
TAffMlNft'"lN rXCi;'ffS'BftACHE3, !
' O.-.T. Vn'etnan Q JohH M. Starcey, - J
HAVE the pltur kx snntinc to the citisens
of (ilsxyow and of the surrounding country.'
that, hini ronuected themselves in business, in
the town of Glasgow, and having made arrange
ments tn carry on their trade utt in extensive scale,,
they re fcow prepared In fRCelve orders for work,
pledging theinseTvm tu execute,. not only' in a work
msnl.ke order, rcorilltiff to the getifrnl acceptation
of the term, but in the latest and ino-t spproved
taxmon. -Tlie fern or flutters utiielt, thst, diirtnp
his ung reoidencw in GlffAw end its vicinity, lie
lis gained a reputation, ' by III works" which will
vie. wild lust ol any ut his brother, ui work
man, anil the .Junior, nllhongh not a well, known
in tho umneuinte viruuty ut Glasgow, lie believer
from his !omr eiierience in the buiiies at iluulo
ville, Kanilolpli couulv and at Fayette, he can
speak with confidence of bis skill and ability ; he
is willing at any rate to stand or lull by the reputa
t'iOn gained at the above named places.
luMinp attended to with promptness, and the
same attention paid t if the making was to be
dune in Hie hnp.
KeportH ol llie latest fashions reepived reenlorl;
Irtiin Paris. Loudon, New York and Philadelphia.
N. B. Cloaks and Habits ma do in the late
Cushion, and the Ladies may rest assured that their
Clonk-, and Habits, will ba made in an imiroved
and we trust approved n snner.
O. S. COLEMAN,
JOHN M. SliAUCEY,
Gla?ow, Aneust 29th, 1840 24 -Hum.
The only true nml irenultte Recbie, and so dncls.
red by the oath of Mr. Solomon Hay, has nevei
been made known to miy person urpersi ns exn-p:
In Messrs. CoinMin-k snd Co , and ibry only have
Hie ri p lit lo prepare the snid eeninne Liniment.
which lias etnb ished a reputation lor elleclonlh
curing the l'ilu in riery case, nml in all Ike va
rious stapes ol iiih complaint ; bIm Klieninaiiin.
Sore 'I'll rout, Sprains. Cruise-, rjores and Ulcers nf
loop standing. All who have ever oed it are high
ly pleased with its etnVts, and all who are in need
of cures fur any of llie complaint tnetioned, are
respectfully requested to nsk any one who has ever
used it. And we refer with confidence lo all who
know of the article, and e-uecially to Mnilmw J
Myers, Esq. Alliens, N. Y., and lien. Duff Green,
late of Washington city, all of whom tprak in the
s'rongest terms and with the fol!et confidence fpim
persona! application and knowledge of its posilivr
and never failing cures.
ume swindler h v.- iinoerleited this orticle.
nnd put it up ilh various ilevic s. Do not beim-po.-ed
upon. One Wr! onlv will protect you i'
is the li.i me of Conisinck nod Co , that mime mu
be always on the wrapper, or you are cheated. D1
not forget i'. Take this direction with yon nil"
lest by tlint, or never buy ; for it is impossible fot
any other tu he true or genuine.
Sold wholesale by Comtnck and Co., 2 Fletrhet
street, N. Y., and by nearly every storekeeper in
07-Fnr sale at the Drug and Bookstore of Dr.
liook Out ! !
" Caution" is the Pare,.t of Safely.
An attack of the "Pile-" tuiiy be po-mvely pre
vented by ii-inp (when the premonitory symptoms
re ten; ttif celelTiife! II.A V' LI M. VI EM I'.
Tliere lire more than one hundred people in thi
city, and in the United States nn immense number.
who have utrered beyond endurance by this dread
ful complaint, who keep themselves wholly free
from attacks by appl- ing this Liniment when thev
feel any symptoms of its approach : of this there
is tne most perlect proot.
None genuine without the name of Comstock Si
Co. written on the wrappers.
Sold at No. 2 Fletcher streMl. N. V.
OirFor sale at llie Drug and Bookstore of Dr.
fit ut ton Circular.
To'- Druggists and Counry Merchants.
Ti o-e viilmib article Ot.DUlDUK'S HALM
()!' COLUMBIA for the limr, snd MAYS LI
XIMEM'I' for ihe Pile, have been exieusivc
counterfeited. ' Those wanting those preparations
will please alw'iivs write, when ordering from any
uiher houe, for ComsliH-.k's articles. The true ar
ticle have the name or signature always on the
wrapper, and venders will do well to remember t!it
when ordering, as the imitations are so exposed in
nearly all Ihe newspaper throiighuiit the country,
thai they could not lie sold, should they be so un
fortunate as to (jet them.
Our friend throughout the Union are requested
in give us immediate notice, by letter, should anv
of the counterfeiter appear in their respective
COMSTOCK ef CO.
Vhoenl Druct'ist 2 Fleleh -r st., N. Y
Old ridge'si ESiiliu ol Columbia.
Thi article was first introduced into the New
York market almut 20 ear since, and from its
superior virtues in reproducing heii when it. bus
tellen out, keeping the bend tree Iron) dandruff, (u
no-t loathsome orticle on a gentleman s com col
lar. ) and I'iviug -ol'lness und beautiful bistro uti
known befnrtt lo the hair, ha induced some per
sons tn get op and mlveriise ninny oilier articles foi
iieuin purpose, none ol which stand the test ol
trial proles. ing as most of tin-in do, to be oil ol
various kind', ull of which are positively in j .i ri
on to the mi inn n imir. Let none be deceived, no
other article will mukethe hair urow rauidlv and
of a good quality ; but the Balm of Columbia, uud
no article purporting to he the B.Iiii ol Columlui
is genuine without the iininn ol Comstock Ar. Co,
on the outside wrapper. Smite have been deceived
and ob:niued a counterfeit article fur the true and ge
niiine Bultn of Columbia. Remember tu I.Nik for tin
inuiie of Coin-iock St Co. on the wrapper, before
vou purchase, nun gel none but tin- yennine. Dun
le deceived with the asuriince that any without the
name of Cum-tork & Co . is oen'e in tlm Name wa
uud is jnsl a- loiuI, ull such preeiiiiuns ure lul-i
and known tu be so by the Coiiiiterteiters,
Snid Wh le-nleauil Ficlnil, only at Nn. 2 Flelc
er street. .N. Y. by Gun-lock & Co , and by nearly
eierv stuiekeeiier iiiroognotii America.
firFor sale at the Drujr and Bookstore of Doctor
To the Kald Ilrndod.
This is loeeriil'y, Ihut I huveheen Imldahoui 21
years, ami by the use of the genuine BAL M Oh'
COLUMBIA, iny head is now covered with hint
I -hull be happy tu convince any one of the far
thai will rill and see me at Delhi village. Tin
ubove urticle I bought at liriswold. Case and Co.'-
store, who had it from roni-mik i ' no.
JOU. JAQLJSII, Jr.
Delhi. July 17. Ifl9.
Mail Araitin iiii-uts.
Froin St. Louis, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sun
days, at 7 o'clock, A. M. From Fruuk'iu am
.Southern coumies, -aine days, til 4 o'clock, P. AJ
From Liheriv and We-iern enmities, Tuesdays
'bur-days and .Sniurdiiys, at 2 n'docs P. M.
From Arrow Roi k, Friduys, ut 3. P. M.
From Palmyra, via Huuisville, Tuesday, 12, M
From Palmyra, via Sinithluud, Fridays, at 5
From Fayette to St. Louis, mi Tuesday, Thur
iluvsund Smunlays, at 2 o'clock. P. M.
For Franklin and (southern counties, Wedne
lays, Fridujt und Motuhiv, at 7. A. M.
For Glasgow and Western umiulies, Vedne
day, Fri'hiy" snd Kuoduys, at '1 A. M. .
For Paris, via lluntsville, Suturday-, at 12, .V
' For Puris, via S.utll.iund. Wediu'adav. at I
o'clock, A. M.. :
For Arrow Rock, turdayi, at 8, A. M.
various branches. It- the trid shop ol
; White Si McMi'lin, where he in
( tfnrls to keep on hand all kind ut
Saddlery and Harness,
Li-lies' best torepiece . . . -.
Gentlemen's Full-quiited Fallbscks .
K " Plain 'h: . -i
- Loose-covered Spanish
- Full-quilted ; -
O? , . . ' Quilted Seats ;"?. '.
.. ' Plain.
Bridles and Martingales, assorted,
Saddle-bags-and 'Trunks, ., . . . , - r
Harness of every description.
. . All the alum Articles. .
Shall be made in the most fashionable style, of gone1
materials, and by the best workmen, snd will he
disposed of on as moderate 'and secommodainn!
terms as they cart be afforded at any other shop in
ilm upper country. OCJ"AH kinds ol country pne
duce will be taken in exchange for Snddl-rv.
SAMUEL II McMILLIN.
Fsveile. JnneSOih. 1340. . :
'i'rosjteviiisi or llie Ximesi.
The Proprietors of the Times have ewaitcd
the discontinuance of the Stockholder, as ih
period most opportune for ihe realization of ihe
hope with which they have been em-ouragi d in
reliition lo t-ut.'h en extension of their subsciiptlou
list os shall leiulorlheir establishment ptrman?i,
by relieving its conductors from all fear ol
The election of General Harrisos now re
garded as a mailer of absolute certainly and
lite consequent c ange of Administration the
condition of the country and the great measures
of national policy, which must he discussed and
settled without delay, lead to the belief, that we
are but entering upon an epech of unsurpassed
interest and importance in the history ol our
In addition to this, every man may now feel
himself able to take a paper.
The political character of the "Times" will re
main the same ss heretofore, although we hope
soon to i houge it tones, from those of complaint
mid censure, to those of commendation and, in
ibis view of ihe ense, as hss space will suffice us
or political His, u.-sion, we shall be cunbled lo
lender to our reaih-is a weekly compeiid of what
ever else is transpiring in the world around t em.
We shall hove a competent fiiertd at Washing
inn, nnd ul Jrffei-on, and thus be enabled to
present th earliest and must authentic accounts
l the proceedings ol the Imiiioiibi and aisle
Iho Murkeis, including weekly prices current
in St. Louis and New Orleans, with whatever
else may seem of interest or advantage lo the as
rnultural community, shall receive proper and
regular attention. In short in addition to the
houe inspired by our reli.mies, of being able to
maintain, unimpaired, the high political reputa
lion of the sheet, we expect lo render it an in.
teiesting and valuable family Kewspaptr, which
may be looked into, with profit anil pleasure, by
nil classes of society.
As the period of the approaching Presidential
election will present a convenient opportunity
of testing our reliance upon the liberality ol our
nt-ncls, we shall cherish it as a lavor tl each of
uur present subscribers will shew ibis prospec.
tus to his neighbors nnd acquaintances, and lor
waid us a list of such names as may be procured
Tubus. three dollars, payable at any lime
heiore President Harkisom is inaugurated.
Four dollars at the end of the year.
Bales 4-4 Drown Domestics.
2 do 7-8 do do
1 ' do 6-4 do do
1 do 7-8 do Suffolk drilling.
1 do 7-8 do Or-enburge
1 do Bed Ticking, for sale by
RICHARD IL LAW.
Fnvefn. May 16th. 1840
Ji st Received and opened for Sale at
Drug nnd Rook Store,
A large and full assortment o
. Fresh Drug. Vedicines
Puint, Oils, l)veiuffs. Surgeon'
I ii-i rutiients. Shup furniture, ti las.
and Glussnare, Chemical Appara
tus and Chemical Tests, Crucible
and Retorts, Sulphate of Quinine.
Precipitated Extract of Bark, Hu
man Skeleton, L ad, Turpentine, Brushes, Sir., tr
Also, a very large und varied a-soilinetu of
BOOKS AND STATIONARY,
comprising Law, Medicine, Theolngv. Miscellany
ud ilinnst every variety of SchoU Bonks, anions
a Inch ate b ruck, Latin, trench ami rpiiiu-h; Am
els, BlunK Books und Paper ofull qualities ; Bibles
Testaments, Prayers, Hniui-. Music, Albums
Osbern's genuine Water colors, Drawings, Wall
and Bordering I a per. tuce. &c. &.c. etc.
A few marked Phrenological Bust of approver
models. All otk-red low lur cash or approve!
Fa vet 'e. June Clh, 1640. 13-f.
Iron at WhoTcsalcT
HARVEY & B1KCH ure now n ceiling an ad.
dniiuuil supply ol genuine JiJNlATA IKOI1.
'i nd NAILS, which they offer lo the trude at whole
'tie only. Their stock con-isis of
140,000 lb, bar iron, assorted from 2 inche
square to nail rods, including all size
of round, square.and flat.
3000 lbs. American blister steel.
1000 " fiTtnun steel.
H00 " Cast jteel, three sizes.
81)0 " Hoop iron, two sizes.
100 Kegs of nail and brads, assorted.
Also, six full sets of tools, including anvils, vices,
ienows, screw plates, rasps, hies, ate.
Fayette, May 9th, 1H40. 80
laxow Insurance Company.
' I 'HE cupitul stock having been paid in, agreen
J. b!y lu the provision ot the acl of incoroora
'ion; this compuny is now ready to effect Insurance
ipon Hid vn nous descriptions ot property subject to
loss or dauiugo bv fire or water, remittance bx
mail specie or bullion.
It will al-o undertake the collection of Notes,
Jrulls, or Bills of Lxchunpe.
JAAIES EAR1CKSON, Pres't
WM. F. DUN MO, .-ecretury.
P. R. Nowlin,
Wm. D Swinney,
Johx M. Feazle,
J. T. Cleveland.
Walter G. Chiles,
John M. Bell,
John P. Morris,
April 4'h, 84 III.
Cash i'or Ileum.
t'irE will pay cash fur 100 to 200 ton of good
J V clean hemp delivered in St. Louis. .
SIMONDS & MORRISON. 10 Front St.
Ma red i8. 2-Int. '
l.j t l u. 1? .AriN oooy io Cm. mi Yum ii. o
W 500 tu 14D0 2M lbs. Carpel War,). 100 lb.
;udly wick, fur sale by 1 1J
' ' RICHARD tt LAW.'
Ftjrilt,MjrlGtk,llM0-'-. ;-'; 8ft
, . - llt-vry & nirch, ...
u HVI1CLESALE bfeXLEtlS I '" 1 .,
" iBOJff J4aILS. STEEL, AND SALT,1
; Offer, at Retail ,
A very general and fresh assortment of Dry
Goods. Uroceriea. Dvestuff. Hardware. Cut
lery, lilnssware.'Queensware. Blacksmith's Tools.
Bol'ilig Cloths, Shoes.' Boot. Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Paper, Saddles, Umbrellas. Grindstones, ic 4e.
fjr The iron, nails, steel, end tah, will be sold
at ihe tiul wheeato price tor cask, or on a credit
of ninety nay, tor . satisfactory paper; snd the ar
ticle off-red t mail, tin credit until the first of
Ttinunt'y in eh year, reserving the privilege of
closing-and collecting an account at aftv time it
may be considered doubtful The goods offered are
believed to be of good pitlity. unless dai.iage is
specified, and the price named at the counter the
one st which they should sell to those dealers who
are willing to allow a reasonable profit on the in
Fayette, May 23d, 1840. , 106tno
STATE OF"Mfss6URI County of Randolphs!
In the Circuit Court, May Term. 1840.
fame Head ts. Permetia Harrison, and Elizabeth
Harrison, in the Randolph Circuit Court of May
IHIS day came the petitioner, and it appearing
to the Court, by affidavit, that, the said Per
melin Harrison is a nun resident of this State, il is
therefore, on motion of the petitioner, ordered
hat notice he published once a week for eight
weeks successively, in some newspaper printed in
Ir nearest lo ihe county of Randolph, that the said
lames Head, has filed in the Circuit Court of snid
County of Randolph, a petition against the said
Permelta and Elizabeth Htitrison, setting forth that
he and the snid Permelta and Elizabeth Harrison
ire tenants in common in fee of a tract of land sit
uated in -did County of Randolph, and being the
east half of the south east quarter of section ten.
in township filty-two or range sixteen, and that he
is entitled to three fifths of said tenements, and the
said Pertnelia and Elizabeth each tv one fifth, and
oraying for a psriition thereof, and requiring the
aid i'ermelia, to be and appear in llie said Court
le fore ihe end of the next term thereof, to be hidden
at Huntsville, in the said County of Randolph, on
the third Monday in September 1340, and plead
or answer said petition, or in default thereof, judg.
ment will be given against the said Ferinelia Har
rison by default.
A true copy,
ROBERT WILSON. Clerk.
June 13th. 140 13
John 14. a'OitS,
ESPECTFULLY informs his friend, and the
public, that in addttiun to hi other business.
he will hereafter devote parlicu ar attention to
He inserts Teeth nn gold plate and pivots, sn
natural as to escape de.ectiun ; and prove nearly
or quite a useful as the natural Iceth, Tor the or
dinary purposes of life.
DECAYED TEETH carefully filled with gold
and other substances, to prevent further decay, and
Fayette. Sept. 12th, 1840. 20-tf
Boots nnd Shoes.
Q C Package of Boots and Shoes, for sal y
OO RICHARD H. LAW.
May 23d, 1840. 10tf
John Stag;??. & Co.
Wholesale and Retail timer and Commission
No. 24. Woter sireei. ST. LOUIS MO.
f THERE will he a petition presented lo ihe nex'
General Assembly, for a new Couulv. to be
-ricen off Alucon, Randolph, Monroe and Shelbv
Missouri. August 29lh. 140. 24 3mn.
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. ps. Blue Merrimacks. 10 p. Chamhrnys
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in for il full share of tlw c-ininoii iniprovemen'.
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eight hundred und eighty eight square I'e-'t
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biiiatiuns of recorded thought, und current history,
us the world can produce. 'This is uur " BOSTON
The great amount of wisdom and fun of wit
I'd philosophy of novelties and antiquities we
are enabled lo offer weekly for six cents per copy:
only six tents and we can do it because of the la.
. lime of our press and office, and the connex
ions of daily and weekly publications. For three
dollars we cm sell a years vinuine equal in quality
f lustier; with every variety also, lu tiny tw
volumes of novels, audi Us are issued from the
press of Hit day. Fifty Iwo large volumes for
ihree dollars! Erlectid ull by impr- ved miicninery.
'Hid bv a deieruiiuuiiuii that we willaiiut bu Outdunr
in enterprise and u jeluluess.
Three Doallrs a year, always in advance.
No order, no mutter from what source, will be
attended to, unless accompanied with the CASH.
Single copies, six cents each.
Post Masters or others, remitting twenty dollar
shall have eight copies sent to such puisous and
places as they may designate.
Mail subscribers will lisvu their papers deposited
in the Post Office in this city every Saturday even
ing. - GEORGE ROBERTS. Publisher.
Postscript. The NOTION will be publisher:
hi DOUBLED SHEET, vry three Months ans
cnt gratuitously t all subscribers wke hive pus
pHE subscribers having eatablisbed tbemselve.
"L for the sale of . .
Carpclinff, Floor Oil Cloth, c
respectfully Invite visiters to the city, lo examint
their sita k reious In purchasing elsewhere
Tueir connexion with extenive importing tmuse
in Philedelphia and New Orleans, will insure tt
them a constant supply of the newest and most
fashionable articles in their line. .
They have now on hand, just received, Larpet-
ing of the following description :
i i wiitun ana
Brussels 1-3, with bordering ;
. Imperial 3 Ply ;
n Fine and Ex Fine do ;
Damask and Plain Venetian
. . A.A. a.4 and 5-8 wide:
with Turkish. Wilton and Bntssel Rug, to match
Flonr cloth. Baize, Furniture, Oil C'oth. Stair rods,
every variety of price, Duur Mats, &c. Sir,.
FLOOR OIL CLOTH, fmm 9 feet to at leer wide
suitsble forPqrlors. Hn lis &c. which will he cm
to order, lor any room within the size ol zi ny on
feet, which, wiih superfine, fine and coinmun chill
table cover, snd every oilier article pertaining to
the business-are offered low on pleasing terms.
MACAU LEY & Sim.
No. 84 North Main street Saint Louis
March 21. 140 'f
George IV. Cnllahan,
ATTORSEY AT LA IV, j
.SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Messrs. II. N. Davis & Co. St. Istuis, Mo.
" John Riggin & Brother, do
" James Lyman Si Co. do
" J. B. Sl M. Camden, do
" Clark, Van Alen & Co. do
' Si tot her, llolconibe, & Co. do
" Hooper. Peek & Scales, Galena, III.
Barry & Hurst, Baltimore,
Doct. David Keener, , do
Messrs Hull, & Co.
George Handy, Esq. Philadelphia
Stephen F. Nidelet. Esq. do
John M. Chapron, Esq. do
Messrs Richard. King-land Sl Co. New York
" Onkley, Johnson it Clark, do
" Petlibone & Long, do
Lewis G. Irving, Eq. do
Hooks and Stationery.
J. C. I I I C S , &, CO
8AI.T LOUIS, MO.
Invite the attention of Country Merchant, Public
Officers, Teachers and the public, to their exten
sive stin k of
SCHOOLBOOKS. BLANK BOOKS,
PAPER Sl STATIONERY, t'rnerally,
Comprising the largest stock ever offered in Snin
Louis, which they will sell at Ihe h west prices fot
Lash or for approved city paper, on a liberal credit
Thev have also on hnnd a large assortment ol
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, and Wall paper
wrtch they will sell at greatly reduced prices.
4orch 21. 1840. if
The undersigned having obtained .etlers of ad
ministration nil the 7th day of August 1840. ol
the county court of Howard, county, on the est.tc
ol Patrick nonds, dec q -ereby give notice, li
all persons having claim, or holding demand
gainst said deceased, to appearand prove then
within twelve months from the date afuresai .and
if not within three vetir from the date of suid let'
ters, they will befnrever barred
ADAM C. WOODS.
Administrators' of said dee'd.
AnenUl5lh. m0. 23 3l.
t iiibrvlla nnd Parasol jTIanurnc-
NO. 23. MARKET STREET, St. LoUtS.
WHERE ran he found a largest d extensive as.
sorlmentnf Silk. ' iinglitin und Oil cloth um
brellas: also plain and figured Parasols of even
style and finish, some with rich Pearl and Ivory
handles, manufactured especially fur ihe retail trade,
and will be sold by wholesale or retail at Eastern
nrices. oddme the transportation ut stork &lc. Slk.
Country merchants are invited to call and examine
March 21, 1 If. N. PHILIPS, 2H Market t.
PA IC A MILS.
JUST finished, the most extensive assortment
ever offe'ed, some very chaste and elegant pat
terns, r.t price varying from $1 fiU tu $0 00. for
sale very low by N. PHILIPS,
28 Market-st Sl. Louis.
000 lbs s"od AWhitntable Ries
JvjVvlF wanted in exchange for Books
and Stationery, bv
TURNBIILL & THUHSTON.
No. 132 Main Street, opposite the State Bunk,
St. Louis, Mo.
April 4th. ji40. 3 lv
" OHIS is to notify all, and every person or per
1. sons, holding mire, or obligation, of any de
scription, to which lam bound a security, lo take
teps will release mo from said bonds, notes or
obligations, before the apnrouching term of the
Howard Circuit Court: as I will uol stand any lun
Fayette, July 25th. 1840. 19 tf
pieces Black snd Blue Bluck 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
RICHARD li. LAW
May 23d. 1840.
CJCi pieces Black, Blue, Green, Invisible Green
Drab, Cad?t mix, Steel mixed, Brown
and Olive Cloths. '
30 do Cassimere and Satinet!.
15 do Red. Greun, White and Yellow Flan
30 doz. Cotton and Silk Hose, for sale by
RICWARD li. LAW.
May 23d. 140. Illtf
large assortment of Summer Gouds, suitable
lur gentlemen, fur sale by
RICHARD H. LAW.
May 23d. 1840. Itltf
A Beautiful assortment of Shawls, fancy dress
1 1 . .,,11, ,.t. : r.. t: r . I rin i
- tinnunril.'lli;i. UV.lia, liDVC VyUllirilflll I1IU'
bund , for sale by RICHARD H. LA W.
Ma. 23d. 1840. , lMif
JJ kegs 3d. 4. 6, 8, 10, 14, 20, nails.
150 lb. Indigo.
300 d Madder. '
100 do Alum, Pepper, and Copperas.
0 Hhd. N. O. Sugar.
3000 lbs. Havana Coffee.
4 Chests Tea, for sale by
RICHARD H. LAW.
QHilA Bushels Flax Seed, wanted by
J"U! RICHARD H. LAW.
Mav Ii3d. 1840.
Wheat ! Wheat ! ! Wheat III :
O OOO B"H,ieU u'" o clean Wheal wan
w eo, lor whioh a liberal price will
. .. n K.. T1T-.I, i n r. .....
KICIIARD U. LAW. b
t,i- ! i.iK'
,ri ctj ). c-in V tosja lot . f .e','
sr-y- ,'n. ! f IVyS.r '" r' '
nr.ui k is . mw- v m -rfu"-tT
rvTHA'l PHILIPS. -
IMPORTER, MANUFACTURER Si DEALER -'
MUSIC Si MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,!!
A'o. 2-". Market St.. St. tenuis.
'lHE suhscriber respectfully Inform hi cast
1. mer tnd the public generally, that he has lust
opened a large and valuable assortment, of 'new
Music, Jucbical instruments and Music l Mca-
handise of every discriptiun ; consisting of . supe
rior French cornet! valve trumpets; Cristmau't
enor and bas trombones, (Chofrn s pattern) Ophe
tides; E. &. C. Kent Bugle, trotn O to V key;
concert trumpets; buss horn, bass - and tenor
drum, trench horns, concert and post horns; supe
rior nmsiied guitars, some ueautituliy inlaid with
oearl, ivory snd silver, varying in price from $5 t
SJtiOi violins, all qualities; double basse and bass
viols, with patent machine heads Cnsttnsu 8 premi
um Flutes, from $1 to $05 ; do. clarionets, 5 to IS
keys; double and single flageolets ; fifes, various
'rind ; metrennmes; bird organs; music boxes a
splendid accordeon, from 0 to 22 keys, inlaid wi'h
pearl and various hinds of fancy wood, from J3 tv
ilU; violin and bass viol bows of all qualities;
reeds tor ciarone-s ; crook and mouth pieces twr
bugles, cornet, trumpets, horn, etc ; portable mi
sic desks; tuning hammer and fork: violin briog-
k and pegs; hair snd rnin for bows; eases for va
rious instruments ; music papers; instruction book
'or all instruments; patent par folio for securing
ooe music ; superior violin violtncellu, guitar, harp
md piano forte strings: Also, dulcimer wire. The
tuck uf music; merchandise is very extensive, em
tracing every article appertaining to music
The abuve stuck wa selected with great care by
he subscriber, and every instrument i warranted
correct, and can be relumed if found Imperfect in
iny respect, i uoe in pursuit ot 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 rtits of the
profession. Musical instruments of every kind
repaired and put in proper order. dee 9.
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. "
A full catalogue of the latest and most fashion
iible songs, inn relies, waltzes, pieces, etc.,' arranged
for the piann forte, guitar and other instruments;
ilsn. music arranged for a fuil band: sacred music
in sheet and books : Foreign sic; a splendid se
lection for the piano forte violin, flute, etc., by the
most eminent composers ; among which arc, De Ber
iot, Lufont, Mayseder, Osbom. Thalberg, Aoher
and Hertzes. In addition tn th above, the sub
c.riber will receive monthly all the latest and best
music published in the United State. On Dis coun
ter may be seen a variety of musical works end
fashionable music. The following are among tbe
collection, the Boston Musical Suuvenier; Orphnj
lyre, a collection of glees ; Kingsley's social choir ;
be Odeon; Boston glee book; music of Christ
Church ; Catcl on harmony ; Burrow'-. Piano Forte
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 Musique or Ma
N. PHILIPS' M usic Saloon. .
'' 29 Market-. ,
RICHARD H. LAW respectfully infi rati his
old friends that he ha just returi ed frum
Philadelphia New York, and Boston, with a coiri
niele assortment of Merchandize, consisting of
ilry Goods, Hardware. Queensware, Groceries,
Boot. Shoe, and Dye Stuff, which lie will sell on
the must reasonable terms and usual credit; he
ulicits a continuance of their favora and trusts
they will call and examine for themselves. '
Kavette. May Kith 1840 9,ft
J. II. Siciiies & Co. ;
WHOLESALE AND RETAILDEALERts
IN SA DDLER Y, A ND SA DDLER Y .
N. 54 1-2 North Main street, ST. LOUIS, MO '
Ilogy Ac Hunt oik
ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Jmee on Chenut. between Main and Second t.
liilliTftiLlIKi Ar l.in-l.....
WHOLESALE DEALERS INSTOYES.
IRON.Jpc. . ,
No- 35 Water street, ST. LOUIS. MO.
IOHN SIMONPs.'jr. WM. M. MOBRI
Siinond &. Morriton,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, '
Nu. 19 Front street. ST. LOUIS. MO.
13. A: A. Tracv,
COMMISSION AND FOIUVARDIN8
Frnnt Srewt ST. LUIS. Mo.
Julius 1. Johnston,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
nm . ST. LOUIS MO-
Office in Court House Building. Fonnh sir.
r llasrrl Kidc Cottage.
pHlS Huuse. situated upon the Stale road ke-I-
tween Glasgow and Fayette, is now opens
or the reception and entertainment or the travel-
The cant, annul " plentiful tahle"" Market af
ord" "Careful and attentive 0ilirs," it is
iiniiglit best lo omit. J T. CLEVELAND.
John I Harbv. -
A TTORNE Y A T LA W, ;i
ST. LOUIS MO.
Omce nn Pine, between Main and Second street.
ill'Ciiiiinegle & Way,
Commission and Forwarding Mrchant.S
WHOLES i LE and RETAIL GROCER
No. 72, Front street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
The publishers of the "Boonslick Ttmi," bavin
great variety of - -
Vimn ann Ornamental
CUTS, Sit. Sic, ire prepared to execute,! ak' tji'e
hi r est notice, and on the most reasonable terins.
II kind uf - i J
JOB St FANCY PBINTINC;
. Utt..A ''
lKA " HAND 'BILLS, .
. .CA1 ALOt-UES, . i TICIff;T Ac, t ,7
In style of natne- fully equal to the seme tfea.
ription of work done in St. Loui,. ' The. keen
uns.an.ly on hand JUSTICES' BLANKS, of ewy