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' The electoral candidate, Robert Wilson,
nnd C. , -F. Jackson, have mado arrange
menta lo address ihe people of the differ
ent counties in this district, as follows:.
At Shelby ville, in Shelby county, on the 26th April:
At Court-house of Scotland on the 27lh "
At Kirksville,' Aduir county, on the 29th
At Bloortiington, Macon county, 1st Monday in Moy
At I'aris. Monroe county, 2d Mundaf in "
At Huntsvillc. Randolph county, 3d Monday in "
At Fayette, Howard county, 4th Monday in "
- MJkRRTFn In ,:. n..... n 3
vwiiiiijr, ,in i uesosy morn
ihg,;lle and inst.. by the Rev. Mr. Coulter. Mr
V. li., RITCH1R. M..l,..,t r. i r Vt.j.
son, Indiana, to Miss MARIA A , second daughter
.t of the Hon. John D. Leland, Judge of the 2d Judi
cial District of the State of Missouri, formerly of
Tjejbiigh(o8t robe that peace and fove,
qrjn;the mystic realm above
To greet each heart united here:
To paint the rainbow on the sky
When Spring's refreshing ahow'rs pass by;
The charm that spreads o'er life's fair way,
' A cleudless sky and sun lit day,
lie these their f harc.
We are authorized to announce Thomas Raw.
linos, Esq , as a candidate to represent the peo
pie of Howard in the lower branch of the next
We are authorized to announce Jacob Head-
sick as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of
Howard county, at the ensuing August election.
Wo are authorised to announce Samuel
Bentley, as a candidate for the office of Sheriff
of Howard County, at the ensuing August elec
are authorized to announce Absalom
Hicxeusom as a candidate to represent Ihe people
of Howard in the lower branch of the next Gen
New Orleans, April 10.
During the past few days a moderate amount of
business has oeen transacted in some articles, but
the market in general presents a rather heavy and
unsettled appearance, the result chiefly of large
receipts and accumulating stocks, which renders
it difficult to sustain prices at their previous ele
vation. The arrivals of Western produce in par
ticular are very large, and the market is in conse
Tobacco Since our review of last Saturday a
- moderate demand has exit ted for Tobacco, but as
the stock on sale is considerably reduced by the
business of the week previous, the transactions
have not been extensive, amounting to about 730
hhds. Prices remain unchanged, and we quote
inferior and ordinary lots 1 J a 1J, 2 and Sjjc for
X, seconds and firsts; fair lots, 2, 3 and 4c; fine
lots 2J, 3 and 4 jc; (elections 2 a 2J, 3 J a 3
and 4 a 4Ac per lb.
Flour Prices have declined, and we quote the
ordinary brands of superfine $4,15 a $4,25;
choice St. Louis and Illinois $4,00 per bbl.
Pobk The receipts since our last have been
on a large scale, and as there is no improvement
n the demand, the market has a very heavy and
declining character. A considerable portion of
the arrivals are for transhipment, but much re
mains on the spot, and the stock is on the increase.
We quote Mess $9,25; M. O. $6,50; Prime $7
Beef There is no change in the market since
o'ur last, and the demand as before noticed con
tinues limited. We quota Mess in bbls $9.75;
half do $4,75; Prime $4.50 per bbl.
T.inn Thft demand ik chipfltf ennfinpit fn tKo
very inferior qualities, of which the supply is
comparatively small. We quote from 4 J a 5Jc
Bacon The receipts of this article are heavy,
bd the stock Constantly accumulating, which
' fivca buyers the advantage in prices, although
they are pretty well sustained considering the
ilairge supplies. We quote Shoulders 2J a 2;
Sides 4 a 4J; uncanvassed Hams 4 a $4$; can-
- vasscd do 4 a 5; sugar cured do 6 a 8c per lb.
Bagging and Balk Rofe We have to report
dull market during the past few days, the demand
.having been on a very limited scale. Holders,
however, maintain great firmness, and prices are
unchanged. We quote Western Bagging 13 j a
14J,e' cash, and 14 a lOJcontime. Western
Hope 5 a 5Jc cash, and 0 a 6 Jc on time.
,Hebp Wedo not hear of any sales, as nearly
all that arrives is for transhipment to the north.
We quote $85 to $4tfperton for Western dew
Gkaim Shelled Corn is in fiir demand at 40 a
42c per. bushel. In Oats a moderate business is
doing ' at 39 a 40c per bushel. We have not heard
of any transactions in Wheat.
flHE undersigned, having announced his pur
A pose, at the close of the last sssMon, to con
tinue the schools under his charge; it having
since been induced to accept a situation in aunther
- institution, where he hopes the sphere of his ujJ"
fulness will be greatly enlarged, deems it but re
Kpectful to say to his numerous, generous, warm
hearted and real friends, to those who have ex
pected to be availed of his farther services here,
and to the community generally, that he leaves
with profound regret; that he shall ever cherish
with the liveliest emotions af gratitude the recol
lection of the generous support and liberal en
couragement which have been extended to his
humble, but well meant and arduous labors in the
cause of education during his ten years residence
in this community.
As It is important that he be at the scene of
his future labors as soon as practicable, he would
respectfully say to those with whom he has unset
tled pecuniary matters, come, let us adjust our
accounts and prepare to "part on the square."
Those having claims will please present them
immediately; and these who may be in arrears, it
i's hoped, will be equally prompt.
Fayette, April 27th, 1844. 7 It
Pm S. The female School will be continued un
der the charge of Mrs. TorodB; of whose qualifi
cations for the station, experience enables me to
say conscientiously, they are not surpassed in the
Western country. A. P.
The subscriber would respectfully inform the
public that he has leased and refitted the Carding
Machines in this place, owned by Messrs. Doug
lass and Fisher, and is now prepared to receive
wool fur carding. The machines are furnished
With new cards, and having had sixteen years ex
perience in the business, he flatters himself he will
be able to give satisfaction to suchas moy fuvor
liiin with their patronage.
Tehms 6J cents lor white or brown, arid ten
tents fur mixed wool. Country produce received
in payment. J. A. PETERS.
Fayette, April 27lh, 1814. 7-4t
J list Deceived
Palm Leaf Hats,
Spirits of Terpentine,
Loaf Sugar, 'J'ar and Lend, and for sale by
r LEATHERS WANTED by KRAMER.
1 F; !', April 20th, 111
Will bo performed in Ihe Christian Church in
this place on Saturday evening the 5th of May
and Lord's day following, by elder Ma ecus P,
Fsyettc, April 20th, 1844.
Public Notice is hereby given that there will
be a meeting at Fayette, Howard county, to be
continued several days, to commence on Friday
before the third Lord's day in May, at which it is
earnestly desired, that Messengers or Representa
tives from every Congregation of the Church of
Christ within the State, may bo present. Ample
arrangements will be made for the accommodation
of persons from a distance.
The newspapers in Missouri will confer a favor
on their readers, by publishing this notice.
Fayette, April 0th, 1944.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has obtained from the Clerk of the County
Court of Howard county, letters of Administra
tion on the estate of Bcnj. R. Givcns, dee'd,
bearing date April 22d, 1844; all persons indebted
will please make immediate payment, and those
having claims against said estate are requested to
present them, properly authenticated, within one
year from the date of said letters, or they may be
precluded from having any benefit of said estate.
dilA if not presented within three years, they will
oe lo.over Darrea.
JAMES D. GIVENS, Adm'r.
April 27ti'.', 1844. 7 4t
New and Cheap Cioods!!
GHATTENBACj'J has just received a part of
his extensive slock of Spring and Summer
DRV GOODS, consisting of
French Alpaca and Varona Lustres,
Bombazine, Bristol, Thread and Lisle Lace"
Ladies' fancy cravats,
Capes and Collars,
Double twisted silk net fur capes,
Cherry colored florcnce silk,
Cap, Neck and Bonnet Ribbon,
New style needle workpd collars,
A large qariety of French Gloves and Bonnets
of every description,
French, English and American Prints,
Jaconctt and Bishop Lawn,
Mull and barred Muslin,
Linen and Linen Cambric hdkfs.;
French linen and grass linen cambric hdkfs.;
Broad Cloths and Sattinelts,
Black plain and figured Satin,
S:lk and worsted Surge,
Palm Hats and Spun Cotton,
Boots and Shoes,
Cloth Coats and Pants,
Summer Coats and Pants,
Silk Slips and under shirts,
Cotton and Linen Shirts,
Sugar, Tea, Coffee. Indiiro. Madder, Copperas,
Powder, Shot and Lead, together with a large
supply ot other articles in the Dry Goods and
Grocery line. This Spring I will sell goods
cheaper than I ever before sold them. They have
Been purchased in the Eastern markets, exclu
sively for Cash, and selected with great care.
All I ask is fur you to call at the "Cheap Cash
Store," next door to Dr. Snelson's Drug Store,
my motto is, "no trouble to show goods."
ft7-Beeswax, Feathers and Coon Skins taken in
exchange for goods.
r aye tie, April 27lh, 1844. 7 3m
ffHE subscriber has just received per Steamboat
s Alary Tompkins, a large and well selected
stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which he will sell at prices unprecedented low for
cash. His stock comprises
Calicoes nf every variety and styles,
Shawls and Fancy Hdkfs.,
Hosiery, Gloves and Laces,
Edgings and Ribbons,
Parasols and Summer Stuffs; also a fine as
sortment of Hats, Boots and Shoes. Call and ex'
mine for yourselves.
Fayette, April 27th, 1844.
New Dry Goods, Ate, dtc.
THE subscriber would beg leave to call the
attention of the Merchants visiting St. Louis,
for the purpose of purchasing their Spring Goods
that he has on hand one of the best assortments
that can be brought to the city, consisting in part
of Fancy and Staple Silks, for Dresses; Fancy
Hdkfs.; Scans; bilk bhawls; 4-4, o-4 and b-s, ue
Laines; Black Italian Cravats; Black and White
Silk Hose; Cotton, Thread and Linen Gloves;
Laces; Paris Needlework Collars with a full as
sortment of every style of Fashionable Fancy
Goods; also 1-8, 3-8 and 4-4 Brown and bleached
Sheeting; Shirting; Mexican Mixtures; Suffolk
Drills; Ticking; Linseys; Ginghams; Prints a
very fine assortment of French and American;
Madras Hdkfs.; Blue Plaid do ; Furniture Prints;
Gambroons; Rib'd Cassimeres, &c. $-c.
Bonnets a full assortment of all the styles in
Ribbons a full supply of Bonnet, Cap and Neck
Artificial Flowers a splendid assortment of
Fi E.tch and American with an innumerable quan
tity Oi food usually wanted to all of which the
attention C the Merchants is solicited. An early
call before purchasing win oUige
New York Bonnet Silk Store, 133 Main St.,
up Stairs, one door beiojf'e Bank.
St. Louis, April 27lh, lJM-
A Card to the ladies.
The undersigned has just received
4 pieces Black and white Cardinal Lace,
4 do. beautiful Gimp,
Ladies Lace Collars,
Do. Wristlets, :
Do. Dimity Collars all of the latest style;
Fayette, April 27th, 1844.
Agency of the Perpetual Insurance Com
pany, of St. Louis, in Glasgow.
I WOULD respectfully inform the Merchants,
and Shippers in general, that I have been ap
pointed Agent for the Perpetual Insurance Com
pany of St. Louis, and am fully empowered tu lake
Fire and Cargo risks on as good terms as any In
surance Company in the West, or the Union.
To facilitate business, I offer open policies to
all regular Shippers, and will do all in my power
to accommodate in conformity with my duly.
ffj-Oflice at my old stand, on Water Street,
Glasgow. CIIAS. B. FALLENSTEIN.
Glasgow, March 2d, 1844. 51 -r3".
WHEAT 10,000 bushels wheat wanted by
Fuyctte, April 0th, 1844.
WANTED A good articlo of cured Mid
dlings, for which the highest market price
will be paid by J. D. PERRY Sl Co.
wFayctto, March 30, 1814.
LOUR. A superior article for family use in
bbls. and 50 lb. sack', constantly on hand
and for sale bf JOEL TREWJTT.
Fayette, April 27th, 1811.
IICLS. old rectified Cincinnati whiskey
J iust received and for sale by
WIEMERMANN & ITN'J.
frjuuvillu, March -AW, lilt- .
Fayette Male and Female Academy.
THE fourth Session of this Institution will
commence on the first Monday in May next,
and will continue five months.
The principal flatters himself that ho is suffi
ciently known to the citizens of Faye'te and vi
cinity, to supercede the necessity of a lengthy
article in a newspaper. He would therefore
simply refer those to whom he is unknown, to his
former patrons, and pledge himself to bring into
requisition all his powers to sdvance the youth
entrusted to his care in Literatura and Morals I
that they may become useful members of society.
Orthography, Reading and Writing per ses
English Grammar, Arithmetic and Geo
Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry,) 4,r ryv
Surveying, use of the Globes, &.C. " "
Latin and Greek Languages, $15 00
Should the patronage of the Institution require
it, the principal will be ablo to bring to his aid
A few boarders can be accommodated upon rea
sonable terms in the family of the Principal.
DAVID I. CALDWELL, Principal.
Fayette, april 20th, 1841. 0 if
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has obtained, from the Clerk of the County Court of
Randolph county, letters of administration on the
estate of William Shearing, dee'd., bearing date
Nov. 20th, 1843. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate payment,
and all those having claims against said estate
are required to present them, properly authenti-1
cated, within one year from the date of said let
ters or they may be precluded from having any
benefit in said estate, and if not presented within
three years they will be forever barred.
REUBEN BROWN. Adm'r.
Randolph county, april 20th, 1844. 6 4t
lOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
1 1 has obtained from the Clerk of the County
Court of Howard county, letters testamentary
on the estate of Edward Davis, dee'd., bearing
dale the 15th day of April 1844; all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having claims against
said estate are requested to present them, properly
authenticated, within one year from the date of
said letters, or they may be precluded from having
any benefit of said estate, and if not presented
within three years, tbey will be forever debarred.
WILLIAM DAVIS, Executor.
April 20th, 1844. 8 4t
Fatette, Mo., April 18th, 1844 J
Notice to Pre-emption Claimants.
THE township Plats of townships 65 and f6,
range 14; townships 65 and 60, range 15;
townships 65 and 66, range 16; all north of
the base line and west of the fifth principal meri
dian line, were received and filed in this office on
the 16th of the present month. Those having
Pre-emption claims within any of the above de
signated townships, most prove up and pay for the ,
same in twelve months Irom the said loth or
April, unless the land in said townships is pro
claimed for sale in less than twelve months from
said 16th of April, in which case such proof and
payment must be made prior to the day fixed fur
the commencement or said sale.
JOHN B. CLARK, Register.
Fayette, April 20ln, 1844. 6 4f.
BY virtue of a Deed of Trust executed by
George Safiarrans, William Collier and Na
thaniel Ford, to the undersigned, bearing date
reoruary vta, io, to secure to Harvey vivion
the payment of certain debts therein specified, I
will sell on the 27th day of May, 1844, befcre the
Court House door, in Fayette, for cash, the fol
lowing described tiact of land, situate in Howard
County, Missouri, to-wit: Thb west half of the
south west quarter ot section number three, town
ship fifty, and range sixteen, containing eighty
Such title as is vested in me by said Deed will
A. J. HERNDON, Trustee.
Fayette, April 20th, 1844.
r1HE undersigned has just received a general
S assortment OI UKY UUUJJ5 Aixll UKU
CERIES, consisting in part of the following arti
Blue, Black and Invisible Green Cloths,
Cassimeres, Sattinetts and Jeans,
Black Summer Cloth, a beautiful article,
Alpaca Lustre, warranted silk and wool,
2 pieces Black Silk Velvet,
2 pieces Black Satin Vesting,
Rowen Cassimeres, -
Wool and Cotton Gambroon,
90 pieces Calico, newest style,
20 do. Fancy and Black Muslin de Laines,
2 do. Bubinett and Thule,
2 do. Black and White Crape,
2 do. Lace Muslin,
6 do. Book do.
2 do. Bishop do.
10 do. Jacconett,
1 do. Bishop Lawn,
2 do. Irish Linen,
5 do. Black, Plaid and Fancy silks,
1 do. Italian,
Ladies' Fancy Cravats and Scarfs,
3 Boxes artificial flowers,
2 do. Silk Fringe,
3 pieces Black Italian Cravats,
3 do. Fancy do.
6 do. Pocket Handkerchiefs,
3 dozen Bonnets, some extra fine,
2 Bales Brown Domestic,
10 do. do. Shirting,
1 do. Twilled Domestic,
8 dozon Palm Hats,
3 cases Russia, Silk and Brush Hats,
A large stock of Shoes and Boots,
Fine Cloth Coals and Pants,
Summer Coats and Pants,
Silk slips and under shirts,
Cotton and Linen Shirts,
Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Indigo, Madder, Copperas,
Powder, Shot, Lead and Percussion Caps, all of
which will be sola very low lor the cash.
Fayette, April 20th, 1844.
WANTED Any quantity of Flax Sued, for
which the highest price will be paid.
Fayette, April 20th, 1844.
SMITH & BROTHER, are receiving by almost
every arrival, a large and well selected stock
of Goods, which will oe sold at very small profits
for cash, or merchantable produce.
Glasgow, April I'Mll, 1844.
2UGAR Just received and for sale H hhds.
5 best brown Sugar. JOEL PREWITT.
Fayette, April Olh, 1844.
COFFEE 15 sacks good Rio C.ffeo in store
and for sale by JOEL PREWITT.
Fayette, April 6ib, 1814.
HEMP.---I want to purchase a quantity nf good
dew rotted hemp. JOEL PREWITT.
Fayette, April 6ih, 1814.
Kli LBS. fresh eufrants jirst nccived and for
ill salebv BIIEMKR.MANN 4 CLNO.
Buohville, Mar-h -.'.'Id, 18-11.
In the Ilnward Circuit Court-December Term, 1813.
Malissa Myers, complainant,!
t. In Chancery.
George Myers, defendant. J
NOW at this day comes the above named com
plainant, by her solicitor, and files her bill
of complaint against the said defendant setting
forth among other things, that on or about the
24lh of May, A. D. 1831, she was lawfully mar
ried to the said George Myers that soon after
their marriage they commenced house-keeping
and living together as man and wife that on or
about the 2l)th of September, 18:19, the said
George Myers deserted and absented himself Irom
said complainant without a reasonable cause, and
has continued absent until the present time and
that the said complainant has two sons now living,
the issues of said marriage. The prayer of the
bill is, that the complainant may be divorced
from the bonds of matrimony contracted with the
said George Myers, and that she may bo ordered
by this Court to have the custody and control of
her said children, and for general relief.
You, the said (Jcorgo Myers, are therefore
notified to appear on the first day of the next
term of this Court, to be held at the town of Fay
ette, within and for the County of Howard, on
the fi'st Monduy of Juno next, and answer the
said bill, or the same will bo taken against J on
fur confessed. It is further urdored that this no
tice be published in some newspaper printed in
the State of Missouri, for eight weeks succes
sively; the last insertion to be at least four weeks
before the next term of this Court.
A true copy Test.
SARSIIEL BYNUM, Clerk.
Josiah Fisk, solicitor for complainant.
March 2d, 1844. 51 Sw.
James F. Hornbeack,
Fendal C. Cason,
Attachment in the Greene Circuit Court Ab
vember Term, 1843.
TO Fendal C. Cnson, the defendant in said
cause, xou are hereny notified that a t'Ui.
rby petition in debt, by attachment, has been com
menced against you, by said plaintirt, and your
property been attached, and that unless you appear
at the next Term of this Court, to be holden on
the third Monday after the fourth Monday in
April next, and on or before the third day of the
term thereof, and plead, demur, or answer to
said suit, judgment will be given against you and
vour property sold to sitisfv the same.
A copy Teste. J. DAVIS, Clerk.
John R. Bedford, Attorney fur plaintiff.
February 25th, 1844. 504.
Robert H. N. Saunders,
Fendal C. Cason.
Attachment in the Greene Circuit Court
November Term, 1813.
To Fendal C. Cason, defendant in said cause.
Yon are hereby notified that an action of assump
sit has been commenced against you by the plain
tiff in said cause and your property has been at
tached, and unless you appear at the next term of
this Court to be holden on the third Monday
after the fourth Monday in April, and on the third
o'jy thereof, and answer, plead, or demur to said
suit, judgment will be given against you and your
property sold to satisfy the same.
- A copy from the Record. J. DAVIS, Clerk.
John R. Bedford, attorney for plaintiff.
February 2Wi, 1844. 50 4w
Robert H. N. Saunders, J
Fendal C. Cason. )
Attachment in the Greene Circuit Court
November Term, 1813.
To Fendal C. Cason, defendant in said cause.
You are hereby notified that the plaintiff in this
cause has commenced an action of petition in
debt, by attachment, against you upon a note; that
your property has been attached, and unless you
appear at the next term of this Court, to be holden
on the third Monday after the fourth Monday in
April next, and on or before the third day thereof,
and ansArer, plead, or demur to said suit, judg
ment will be given against yoj, and your property
sold to satisfy the same.
A copv from the record. J. DAVIS, Clerk.
John R. Bedford, attorney fur plaintiff.
February 25th, 1844. 50 4w
MISS ERASFIELD, Milliner, furmcrly of
Lexington, Ky., respectfully informs the
citizens of Howard county that sne has located
herself with Mrs. Garland Collins, 4 miles east
of Fayette, and half a mile west of Mouat Gilead
Meeting House, where she will carry on the
Millinery business in all its various branches.
Having served two years with one of the best Milli
ners in the city of Lexington, she flatters herself
she ran give satisfaction to those who may favor
her with a call.
Howard County, April 0th, 181 1. 4 2t.
Doctors Ober & Dinwiddie,
HAVING associated themselves together in the
practice of Medicine, would respectfully con
tinue to offer their Medical Services in the various
branches of their profession to the citizens of
Howard and adjoining counties.
07Office suuth east of the public square, in the
room formerly occupied by Dr. Ober, adjoining
Mr. Kunkle's tavern, where one or both of them
can be found at all times, day or night, unless pro
fessionally absent. A. K. OBER,
A. S. DINWIDDIE.
Fayette, April 0th, 1S41. 4 if.
Philadelphia Package Sales of
Jtoots and Shoes, every Tues
day morning, at 10 o'clock, by
G. W. LOUD.
C1ARD. A combination having been formed by
a portion of t ho Dealers in Cools and Shoes
of this city, with the avowed object of suppress
ing the sale of those goods by auction, it seems
proper fur the subscriber (who has he'd these
sales for the past eighteen months) to state that
notwithstanding this combination, the sales will
not be stopped, but on tlio contrary, as he will
rely more than ever on the patronage of the
country merchants, tho sales will be held every
Tueday morning, at the Auction Store, 208
Market Street, and his arrangements with the
Manufacturers, both of this city and all New
England, are such as to insure him a constant and
full supply of every description of goods.
The mere fact of so great an eliurt being made
to put down these sales, is the best evidenco the
country merchant can have, that it is for his inter
est to sustain them.
Philadelphia, April 6th, 1841. 4 6m.
J. D. PERRY &. Co., have on
hand a large assortment of Cary
and other Ploughs, manufactured
by George Lytchliter.
Fayette, February 17th, 1814.
wish to'purchase a fiw good roung mules.
Fayette, April Olh, 1844.
f Doien Collin's Hartford axes just received
') and for sale by
BREMERMANN 4. CUNO.
Boonville, March 23d, 181 1.
A 'Jusnlliy of Clover Seed just received and
for sale by J. JJ. I'tllUy A Co.
J.I . J . !
REGULAR WEEKLY PACKET
For Glagow and Chariton.
The new Steamboat WA-
tin l n M T r .. .
r will tnke the place nf the
Iatan, as a packet between St. Louis, Glu'guw
and Chariton, un the opening of navigation in the
coming Spring of 185 1.
The WAPELLO will leave St. Loui every Sut
urday afternoon at 6 o'clock, and Glasgow every
Tuetday at noon, and will be at Arrow Rock
Boonville, Rocheport and Nashville the same day.
She will be at Marion, Stonesport, Jefferson City.
Cote sans desseirt, French village, .Smith's Land
ing, Portland, Pannel's, Louire Inland, Herman.
Pinkncy, Washington, .South Point and Mount
Pleasant every Wednesday, on her downward trip,
and will reach St. Louis early on Thursday.
R. P. Hanenxamp, Agent at Glasgow,
RV,V.0HAvy"",!,1 AsCnt"1 B00nvil,C
J. K. Wkight A. Co , Agents at Rocheport,
G. W. Houcii Sl Co . " Jefferson City,
Kennett, White Sl Co., " &'t. Louis.
October 21, 1843. 32 0n.
ltrgtilar Weekly Packet
For Boonville, Glasgow and Brunswick.
The fine, siiln'nntiul httil!
fast running steamer, IATAN,
11. Adams, Master, will re
sume her regular trips as a packet on the open
ing of Navigation: and will leave St. Louis every
Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. N., and arrive at Bruns
wick on Thursday night; and on her return will
leave Brunswirk un Friday morning, at 9 o'clock,
arrive at Glasgow, Arrow Rock, Franklin, Boon
ville and Rocheport on same dny.
On Saturday, will be at Nashville. Marion.
Jefferson City, Month of Osage, Cote San Dessein,
Smith's Landing, Portland, Pannell's Landing,
Louire island, nermann and nnckney.
On Sunday morning, will pass Washington,
South Point, Point Libadie, Dozicr's and St.
Charles, and arrive at St. Louis on same day.
0t7"The IATAN has undergone a thorough
overhauling, and is in every respect calculated lo
add to the comtort of passengers.
March 2d, 1814.
MARKET STREET, No. 13.
W. H. McKINSTRY'S
HAT & CAP
ESTABL ISIIM E N T.
St. Louis, March 23, 1844.
and MOLESKIN HATS,
of superior quality, and latest Eastern Style, on
hand and fur sale by
W. II. McKINSTRY.
St. Louis, March, 23, 1844.
LAST SUMMER'S STYLE. Hats of last
summer's style, will be sold at reduced prices,
by W. H. McKINSTRY.
St. Louis, March 23. 1844.
To Country merchants.
WM. H. McKINSTRY will sell hats by the
rase or dozen as low as any other house
in the West. He will be prepared this Spring
with a very large slock of every shape, qua lity , on. I
kind, for the wholesale trade, to which he would
invite the attention of country merchants.
St. Louis, March 23, 1844.
D. It. It ill L IT,
Would respectfully infurm his friends and ihr
public generally, that ho has removed his shop
to the room recently occupied by Mr. Stimcnti-z
on Water Street, where he may always bo found,
prepared to execute in the most handsome mnnner.
any work confided to him. He is also prepared
to make brass clocks, which he warrants to keep
good time. -
N. B. Old Gold end Silver wanted.
Glasgow, February 10th, 1844. 48 lv
CASH ADVANCED ON TOBACCO,
N the most advantageous principle, by
BREMERMANN St CUNO.
B -onville, March 2d, 1841.
The subscribers are in receipt of the best as
sortment of Hardware ever offered for sale in
this city and at very reduced prices. The atten
tion of purchasers is earnestly requested. The
assortment consists of rim lucks, knuli latches,
Norfolk ditto; cast narrow and broad butts; brass
do; woood screws; bed do; cupboard, chest and
Bureau locks; mahogany knobs; cabinet files and
rasps; horse rasps; Bastard mill saw and other
files; braces and bittr-; handsaws, firmer ellipsis
and gouges; turning do; patent pur augur bills;
centre do; socket chisels; double plnno irons;
single ondcut do., with a great variety of other
articles in the hardware line.
BREMERMANN & CUNO.
Boonville, March 2d, 114.
LOOK lli:itl !
'THIS is to inform all those indebted to me
-- cither bv note or account that iimu run ,tu.
charge their dues with Tobacco, Hemp,' Beeswax
or Flaxseed, if application is made soon.
1 am expecting shortly an extensive stock of
Merchandise from the Eastern Ciiii- lilrl. u-ih
be selected with care and attention by a gentleman
oi cxpcriuncu, auu will comprise variety con;,
mensurato with the wants of the community, to
which, when they arrive, I invite the ctltnlion of
inv old friends and customers, ar.il , nkK.
erally, bclioving I can afford to mill goods on as
rcasuiiBuie itrmsus any oilier nuuse in the place.
Fayette, April Olh, 18M,
To Tavern and Grocery Keepers.
rIHE subscribers would respectfully diroct the
-L attention of Tavern and Grocery Keepers to
their superior and well selected stork of genuine
Wines and Liquors, which they offer for sale it
very reasonable prices. Also'
Clarified and Loaf Sugar,
Principle and Regalia Segars and Bar Fix
tures. BREMERMANN Sl CUNO.
Boonville, March 2d, 1844.
Cash paid l'of lleinn.
OR liberal advances mado on the same, by
BREMERMANN A CC'vn
Dotivil!c, March '.'d, 1M1.
Drug and Hook Store.
R. W. R. SNELSO.V. lucees-
sor to Dr. J. A. Talbot, re
spectfully informs his friends and
the public that he intends keeping
constantly un hand, nf the old
stand, a large and full assort
ment of frenh Drugs and Medi
cines. Paints, Oils, Dyealuffs; also
a variety of patent Medicines, Surgeon's Instru
ment", Shop Furniture, Glass and Glassware,
Chemical Apparatus and f'hemical Tests. Cruci
bles and Retort", Sulphate of Quinine, Precipita
ted Extract of Bark. Human Skeletons, Turpeu
tine, Urii!-he, &c,
Alto, a very lerjje oml varied assortment of
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
comprising Law, Medicine, Theology. Micellany,
and almost every variety of SCHOOL D)OK:,
among which are Greek, Latin, French n ml Span
ish; Blank Books and Novels; Paper of all quali
ties; Bibles. Testaments, Prayers, Hvmn. musir,
Albums, Osliern's genuine water colors, Toy do ;
Wall and Bordering Paper, Drawing and Rice
Puer, &c , dc.
A few marked Phrenological Bustsof approved
All of the above onirics will bo sold at a great
reduction over former prices, fur cash, of approved
Fuytttc, Jan. 13th, 1841. 44 tf
10,000 Cah Cuntomcrs!!
rIO whom we pledge ourselves to give as good
J bargains as can be had any place in the
whole upper country (no exceptions) for Cash.
We are now receiving and cpening a large ami
general variety of New Goods, consisting of al
most every article usually called fur in this
market, tu which we ssk the attention of cash
customers. Among our assortment may be found
Bruwn and bleached muslin,
Osnaliurgs and Tickings,
Calicoes uf every variety, and beautiful styles,
Painted Lawns ond muslins that can't bo beat,
Btilzfirines, for dresses.
Plain nn J Plaid Uinhnms,
" ' " Jiicconetts,
" " ' Sis" muslins,
Linnen Cambric and Lawns,
I.innon Cambric hdkfs ,
White and block Crape,
Ladies Glove and Mills, of every variety,
Culton nnd Silk Hosiery,
Silk ond Cotton Velvets,
Sultin and Marseilles Vesting.
I.innon Stripes and Checks for Gents Cuats,
Nankeens and Drillings vf all kinds for Pan's,
Plain and Figured Bobioetts,
Ladies Worked Collars,
Fancy dress Inlkfs.,
Artificial fluwefs ftnj wreaths in great variety,
Bonnet and Cap Ribbons, in endless variety,
I'u 1 m Hats, &LC. &c.
Parasols ond Umbrellas,
Shell and horn side Coio'.-i,
Do " ' Tuck do.,
Buffalo Tuck Combs,
Gimp, Florence braid and Plain Straw bonnets.
S. 11. SAMTLE Sl Cu.
Foycttc, April Oil), 141.
We invite the attention nf the public generally,
and the Blacksmiths of the upper country particu
larly, to our new and extensive stock of Iron, just
received, consisting of every description of B-ir
Iron, a large and complete assortment of Band,
and assorted Bundles of Round Iron of every size:
Nail Rod, Chain Iron,
Plough wing", American and English,
" Slnhs, Blister, German and
Sledge Moulds. Cast Steel.
To our old Iron customers we can earnestly re
commend thi stock of Iron, as every bar is war
ranted In tie nf the very best quality, and w
pledge ourseh'c to sell as hertofure at the luvtst
' SWITZLER df SMITH.
Fayette, April 13th, 1814.
Wnlsnn V y o 8 t i ,
HAVE removed to the old well known stand of
Collins ft PloeliN, on the corner of Main
and Morgan Streets, recently occupied by R. E.
McPaniul, where they no have and will continue
lo keep on bund a Inreand well selected stock, vf
Fancy and Sluplu Dry Goods, both Foreign awl
Hardware, Queen nnd Glass-ware, Bon(s,
Shoes, Hats, Cups nnd Bonnrts, together wj(j ajj
articles usually kept in Mit line.
Boonville, upril 2(lih, 1 11.
riti:u ri:i.; goods.
Vatoii A. Yoti,
Corner af Main and Morgan St.. Boonvillr,
HAVE just received a cencrul assortment uf
Spring and Summer, Foncv and Staple
(imprl-lnj the Intest fashions and styles. aln
Hats, biiMu-ts, bints anil Nines, Uieens and
Glass-ware, Hardv-ire, St'i , &c.
.411 of which nrc uttered very low for cash.
Boonville, april 2llii. 1-11.
Frcsli supply of Cotton Yarns and Ojpaburgs,
Hi-own IHnncstics and Irish Linens,
Iron and Colfri",
Lonf Siigur, Powder, Tea, eVc, dVc., iust re
ccivcd in a.ivoncn of our Spring and Summer
assortment, and for sole by
5WITZLER & SMITH.
Fayelip. April Will, 1;44.
OMITII & BROTHER. Glasgow., wish to ptif-
lO chase for 1'hsIi. 1.000 biisln-l of lif f,,r
which ihey will pay ihe highest market price.
uiaspo.v, April Voth, 1MI,
SMITH .V r.KoTUKR, wish to buy a lot of
hem',1, for which cish will be paid on deliv
ery. "Glasgow, April 13th. t?ll.
BACON WANTED. Wo will purchasr ony
quantity of Bar.un, for which we will pay the
highest market price. .SMITH Ji BROTHER.
Glasgow, April 13th, 1911.
1 (( D"zcn Pnlnl-Ieiif Hals iust received
LJJ and for sale low Tor cash by
Boonvilie, oprll 20th, 1S41.
Watson V Ybsti,
Havo just received their Spring supply of Genu
Fashionable Hats, such a tine Beaver, Brush,
Pearl Sic, which are offered very low for cash.
Boonville, april 17, 1844.
Cash paid Tor II em p.
PriHE subscribers wish to purchase fitly tons of
L Hemp, fur which they will pay the niftiest
market price in cash.. WATSUSf YOSTI.
Boonville, april 20th. 1944.
Kegs Boston ' nails iust received aaj for
tJ sale by BKEMtKMANN A CUNu
BuOnville, March 23d, 1?H-