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Tun publishers of tlie"BoossLtcK Ti.Mts, "having
i great variety of
1'l.im ;in& (DntamtutAl
CUTS) &c. &.C., ire prepared to execute, at (he
shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms
all kinds of
Job and Fancy Printing,
CARDS. BILL HEADS,
PAMPHLETS, HAND BILLS,
CATALOGUES, TICKETS, &c ,
In a style of neatness fully equal to the same de
scription of work done in St. Louis. They keep
constunlyon hand JUSTICES BLANKS, of ev
ery description, printed on paper of the best quality.
Fayette, December 2nd, 184:).
Cheap Cash Store.
CJM1TH A BROTHER are receiving by almost
O every bual goods suitable fur the wants of the
community, anil will svll at prices which cannot
Brown, bleached and colored Drilling?,
Scotch and English Ginghams,
Paris and American do.
English and French Chintzes,
American and English Calicoes 6 cts. and
20 pieces Irish Linen,
Bird's eye Diwper,
Cotton do. 12 cts.
A greaj. variety of Mouslin de Laines,
Challys in great variety,
Painted Lawns 183 cts.
Barr'd and Striped Muslins,
Plain and figured Jaconetts,
Figured Swiss Muslin,
Plain Mull Muslin,
Thread edging and inserting, at all prices,
, Black and Colored Brochee Shawls, .
" " Merino do.
" " Cashmere do.
Mouslin de Laine do.
Embroidered Shawls in great variety,
Silk do. do. do.
Worsted and Cotton Shawls, all prices,
ents Black and Fancy Cravats,
Plain and Fanny Stocks, nl! prices,
Ladies' Silk, Merino and Cotton Hose,
Gents " " " "
Gloves and Milts, in endless variety,
Children's Gloves, Mitts and hose,
Black Dress Silk,
do. Apron do.
Oilier fancy colored Silk,
Gents Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Together with almost every other article
either useful or ornamental.
Glasgow, April 20, 1841.
and for sale by
PERRY & Co.
A fresh supply of this invaluable .Medicine just
received from tli Agent and known to iic genuine.
ECONOMY IN ILLUMINATIONS dozen
Neat's Patent Lard Lamps for sale by
August SOili. 1843. JOEL PREWITT.
PRINCIPE SE!ARS. 5000 prime Principe
Seears, for sale low at the Glasgow cheap
SMITH & BROTHER.
1HINA AND QUEENSWARE A good assort-
V- ment, just received and tor sale by
May 27th, H43.
2 DOZEN PAINTED BUCKETS,
1 Borrel Loaf sugor,
Alum and Suluratii.
Sole and Upper Leather,
Two dozen Collins' Axes,
Shot of all sizes.
Thirty kegs White Lear),
Spirits of Turpentine, just received and for
ale by JOEL PREWITT.
Fayette. Sept. Kkh, 1343.
Onnnn '-Bs- BEESWAX wanted at the
ArfVF J Kf J vilasoow Cheap Cash Store, by
SMITH d BROTHER.
Glasgow, April 20th, W41.
LOUR AND MEAL for sale by
J. D. PERRY &. Co.
March 2d, 1341.
I ,000 lbs. Raw cotton, received and for sale low,
L a beautiful article. S. . SAMPLE A t o.
Fayette, Sept. Ihh, 1643.
IJ1RESH TEA, just received and for sale by
May 27th, 1343. JOEL PREWITT.
OOTS Je SHOES. Watson u YosTi.have
Men's thick kip and calf Boots and Brngans:
Children's shoes in all variety.
NoonvilJeOet. 28th, 1843.
f EAL SIEVES, just received and for sale by
1JL May 27lh, 1843. JOEL PREWITT.
JWUbK u keg Uupont Rifle and 1 keg
.m. oiiui ruwuer, just received anu tor sale by
Favetfe, Sept. lflih. 1943.
GLASGOW NEW CHEAP CASH STORE
SMITH $ If ROTH Ell have added to their
former assortment. Iron and Steel, Hollow
Ware and dating, Sugar and Coffee, Crockery
ware, etc., all ol which will be sold at great bar
Glasgow, April 2J:h. Hit.
I.4VA. KIO AM)
f A full supply ju( m
einil and fur sale hy
JOE I. I' HI'. WITT
IIOO VILLI, Tlo.
The subscriber returns thanks to his
customers for their liberal support and so
licits a continuance of favor.
From those who have never visited his
House, he respectfully begs a trial.
Charges as low as at any other Hotel in
this city. E. B. McPHERSON.
Doonvillc, Oct. 28th, 1813. 33 tf
The subscriber formerly of the "Fay
ette Hotel," Fayette, Mo., wonld in.
form the public that he has taken the
above establishment, and is now ready
to accommodate Boarders and Travellers on the
most reasonable terms. His table will be sup
plied with the best the market affords, and no
pains will be spared to make the Pavilion Hotel
qual to any abova St. Louis both as regards the
table and every other accommodation.
. B. B. BARTHOLOW.
Glasfow, March 10th, 1&44. 1 tf
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
(fcJ-Oflice At L. D. Blankenship's Hotel.
February 17th, 1944.
CTHE undersigned respectfully informs his
JL friends, and the public generally, that he has
lately occupied by Abel Marley and
is now prepared to receive those who
may favor him with a call pionising as good
fare as the county affords nnd moderate charges.
Fayette, January 27lh, 164 1.
AND STAGE OFFICE,
BY PETER PIERCE,
r. ATE OF THE CITY HOTEL.
"FMIE subscriber has recently taken klhe abov,
JL well known stand, and respectfully solicits a
share of public patronage. Ho will endeaver to
give satisfaction to all who may favor him with i
call. His bills will be unusually low.
THE MAIN LISE UF STAGES FROM
ST. LOUIS TO INDEPENDENCE,
stop with him, and he will endeavor to extend every
accommodation to passengers.
Boonville, April 8th, 1843. 4
ilrenieriiiann Sc. C'uiio,
CRWAHDING AND COMMISSION
Dealers in Produce of every Kind,
MAIN STKFET, BOONVILLE, MO.
It. P. Haiieiikaiiip,
WILL continue the receiving and forwarding
of Merchandize and Produce at bis old
stand, the ensuing season and solicits the natro
nage of his old friends and the public generally.
in- uuargu win oe low.
January 13th, 1843. 44 3m
ROB'T T. PREWITT,
At tor nc y at Law,
WILL practice in this and the neighboring
counties, and will punctually anddiliirmitlv
attend to any business confided to his care.
Uthce that formerly occupied by Wilson & Mor
row, Fayette, Mo.
Jan. 15, 1842 44 tf.
Ij A W NOTICE.
JOHN B. CLARK &. A. J. HERNDON,
WILL hereafter practice law jointly; busines
entrusted to one will receive the attention of both-
Cfc-Orfiee, north-east corner of the public
square, heretofore occupied by John B. Clark,
where one or both may generally be found.
Fayette, May 21, 1842. 10 tf
J. ALONZO DE COURCY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
June 25, 1842. 15.
' G. H. II U B 13 E L L,
Attorney at Law,
TRENTON, GRUNDY COUNTY, MO.
Wn.i. promptly attend to all business entrusted
to hU care. May 14, 1842.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEW FRANKLIN, Mo.
UFO. W. taVENS,
(Late of Fayette, Mo.,)
Commission and Forwarding
No. 41, TOYDRAS STREET,
Messrs. Ulasgow & Harrison, St. Louis.
J. & D. Macgregor, .V. York.
Charles Doane & Co., .Yew Orleans.
Mr. Joel Prewitt, Fayette, Ma.
Oct. 82d, 1842. 32 3m.
Milliner and .Mantua Maker,
HAVING just roceived the latest fashions, is
prepared to make, or repair, and trim Bun'
nets, Caps, &c, in the neatest and most fashiona
ble style, and to make dresses ot all descriptions,
at the shortest notice.
Residence in the cast end of town.
Fayette, April 2D, 1843. 7 tf.
CHEMISTRY in its application to Agriculture
and Piiysilngy, by Justus Liebig. M. D , just
received and for sale by E. HART.
Boonville, December 2nd, 1843.
assortment of brown and bleached
X V domestics and
drillings, constantly on hand
and for sale low lv WATSO a- YOSTI
iiooiuille, tl.:t ih, 143.
Philadelphia Cheap Cash Store.
SMITH & BROTHER have received, by late
arrivals, a great addition to their former stock
of goods, which now makes their assortment one
of the best in the country. Their stock now con
sists in part of
Sugar and Coffee,
100 Kegs of Nails,
Eagle, Hope and Globe Cotton Yarns,
Brown Domestics from 6 to 124 cents,
Bleached do. do. 5J 18 cents,
' Calicoes in endless variety,
Ladies fine Kid Slippers,
" Morocco Shoes,
Misses fine Calf Boots,
" Kip do.
" .fine and Coarse Brogans,
Powder, Shot, Lead, Glassware Hardware,
All of which will bo sold at uricos correspond
ing with tho times.
Ulasgow, April liUlh, 1944.
New York llomict and. Silk
133 Main Street, St. Louis, 1st door below
THE undersigned has established himself as
above, and would respectfully call the atten
tion of Merchants and the public generally to his
new stock of
FANCY AND STAPLE SILK GOODS,
MILLINERY ARTICLES, &c,
consisting in part of Black, blue blk, plain and
figured Silks, all of the newest styles; fig'd and
plain bonnet and cap ribbons; Tafletta do.; white,
bl'k and col'd fancy iidfks and scarfs; 6-4 Oriental,
Victorine and Rob Roy Shawls; fig'd and plain
col'd velvets, a new article for dresses; black,
white - and pink crapes; Tartesan Muslins; 3-4,
4-4, 5-4 Pr. Mousclaine de Laine Shawls; Prus
sian spun silk and Damasse do., at very low prices;
black and white silk and Lisle thread hose; ladies
and misses worsted mitts; ladies' white, black and
col'd kid gloves; Orleans cloths; Alpacea lustres;
6-4 Merinos; blk bombazine and Lyons velvets;
Bonnet Silks, a beautiful assortment of all the new
ALSO A good assortment of mourning and
second mourning de Laines, of new styles; gum
elastic suspenders; gents black and Italian Cravats,
and long scarfs; laces; a good assortment of
white and black silk; net drillings, edgings, laces;
3 4, 4-4, 5-4, bobbinets, with a good assortment
of thread insertings, laces, &c; Bonnets and
Hoods a very beautiful assortment of the latest
styles, and at very fair prices. The above compri
ses but a part of his stock. It has been purchnsed
within six weeks at New York, on the very best
terms, and will be sold at a very small advance or
I am prepared to make reasonable advances on
Tobacco, Wheat and produce generally, consigned
to my triends in new lork.
A. F. W. WEBB
Saint Louis, Sept. 8, 1843. 27-y,
To the Ladies.
WATSON & YOSTI BOONVILLE,
HAVE just received a great variety of entirely
new style goods for ladies dresses, such as
rich striped and laucy changeable silks,
' lilouslin de Lains.
Fancy and changeable chusan de Lains,
" " Alpacas,
Black, mode col'd and figured do.
Plaid and Fancy Velvets,
French and English Merinos,
Black and blue black Silks,
Also, fine Florence braid a nd Albert Bonnets
Rich silk velvet and changeable Bonnet Ribbons,
Also, Ladies fancy silk, satin and velvet era-
vats and points,
French crimped Colarettes and Cuds,
Silk and Kid Gloves,
Frills, MulTs, Hosiery, &c, &c,
Also, a very large assortment of Ladies Call
and Kid walking shoes. Gaiters, Half Gaiters,
Calf and Morocco Boots, Black and fancy col'd
Blisters, Super French Kid Slippers, White
Satin Slippers, &c.
Boonville, Oct. 28th, 1843.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMEREs!
Watsou ic Yosti,
HAVE among their extensive stock of dry
goods a very superior stock of wool-dyed
blue and blue black cloth, fresh from the Importer.
Also, wool dyed blue and blue black cassimeres,
Blue black corded and fancy do.
Dark mixed and drab do.
Also, a general assortment of vestings, viz.
Lyons best black silk velvet,
Silk and woolen,
Boonville, Oct. 28th, 1843.
Sattinetts and Jeans.
TMIE subscribers have in store a very heavy
stock of sattinetts, fulled cloths, beaver and
pilot cloths, Kentucky Jeans, Virginia fulled Lind
seys, Kerseys, &c , &c, for sale at remarkably low
prices. WATSON $ YOSTI.
Boonvillc Oct. 28th, 1843.
SMITH &, HltOTHEK,
HAVE just received at their Store in G lasgnw,
a large and complete assortment of goods, all of
which will be sold very low for cash or barter.
Among the assortment may be found the following
10 Hhds. Prime N. O. Sugar,
50 Sacks RioCofrec,
200 do. Salt,
25 Kegs Dupont Sporting Powder,
500 lbs. Bar Lead,
10 Bales Brown Domestics,
3 Cases bleached do.
5000 Cotton Yarn, assorted No's.,
Indigo, Copcras, Madder, &c, together
with a general assortment of fineand StapleGoods.
Hides, Peltries, Beeswax, Tallow, Flaxseed, &.C.,
&c., will be taken at fair prices.
Ulasgow, April 20th, 1844.
Two Hollars and a Quarter.
SALT At 2 25 per sack, for sale bv
December 23d, 1843. JOEL PREWITT.
Duckets, Tubs and Churns,
Just received and for sale by
J. D. PERRY & Co.
OOWDER AND LEAD, just received andfor
I sale by JUfcL, i'ttLWH T,
Fayette, May 87th, H 13.
SMITH & IlItOTIIElt,
"VFFER fur sale, Sugar and Coffee, Iron and
J Nails, Castings, Queensware, Stoneware,
Indigo, Madder, Copperas, Sperm and Tallow
Candles, tc, tc, at a small advance, for cash only
Glasgow, April 20th, 1844.
4An A Doz. Spun Cotton, superior quality,
S vJ J f assorted sizes, just received andfor
July 1st, 1843.
fTARDWARE AND CUTLERY A general
J assortment, just received and tor sale by
Mny 27Ui, 1-13. JOEL PR EW1TT
rplIE subscriber gratefully acknowledges the extensive patronage with which the
above establishment has been favored since its commencement, and in return
pledges himself to use unlimited exertions to make it still more deserving of public
favor. He has reduced prices in accordance with the times.
The stock consists in part of Books in every variety,
Plain and Fancy Stationery,
Musical Instruments; Fancy Goods,
Music Preceptors; Piano and Guitar music,
Tortoise Shell and other Combs,
Fine French and English Perfumery,
Water Colors and Drawing Utensils,
Drawing Books and Drawing paper,
Cutlery and Jewelry,
Wall paper and Bordering,
Prints and Lithographs, &c, &,c, and
Boonvillc, April ICth, 1843. 5 ly.
The Hook of the Nary.
COMPRISING a general history of the Ameri
can Marine and particular accounts of all the
most celebrated JNaval Battles, with numerous en
gravings, received and tor aate oy iu. HAUL.
idoonville. iNov. 13, 1343.
OMAN and German violin strings of supe
rior quality always on hand, also, musical
instruments, music preceptors, violin bridges,
screws, clarionett reeds, and refined rosin.
Boonville, Nov. 18, 1843.
Gross Playing Cards just received and for
sale cheap by E. HART.
Nov. 18, 1843.
LIFE OF MURRAY Just received and for
sale the Life of John Murray, also Univer
salis Belief, for sale by E. HART.
November 18, 1843.
The (eniiinc Kodgers Knives.
T71INE pen and pocket Knives, warranted the
J. real Rodgers Son, also Razors warranted
Rudgers & Sou, Scissors, Bowie Knives, just re
ceived and for sale by E. HART.
Boonville, Nov. IS, 1843.
fNCIDENTS of travel in Yucatan by John L.
I. Stephens, illustrated by 12U engraving" in two
vols., just received and for sale by
hoonville, Aov. 18, 1")43.
. SCHOOL BOOKS. I ' Z
Tho subscriber wishes to call the attention of Siepiiens It 11.1 1'IIIS.
teachers and others to his well selected and com-1 Law of Nisi-Prius, evidence in civil actions
plete assortment of school books now on hands, and arbitrbtion and awards, by Archibald John
which consist of English, French, Latin, Greek Stephens, Barrister at law with notes and refer
and Spanish books, such as oro generally in use ences to the latest American decisions by George
in schools throughout the United States and too Sharswood, just received andfor sale by
numerous to detail here and which he odors for: E. HART.
sale at exceedingly low prices. E. HART. Boonville, December 2nd, 1843.
Boonvillc, Nov, 2oth, 14J.
Just received 8 groce of Webs er's elementary
spelling books. 2 groce of Byciley's speller, 1
groce Hagen'a speller and defincr, 1 groce Town s
speller and detiner, for sale by
Boonville, JNov.20th, 1843.
Family Bibles, 20 school do., 12 luck do.,
50 pocket Bibles, 50 pocket testaments, 20
Polyglott Bibles, also, Brown's concordance, just
received and for sale by E. HART.
Boonville, Nov. 2oth, 1843.
The l'velical U'orAs of Tlwmas Mimre, collected by
himselj, Ilia whole ten volumes complete
in one, u ilh a Portrait of the Author.
CONTENTS Irish melodies, tho Epicurean.
Loves of the Angels, Sutirical and Humorous
Poems, Juvenile Poems, Lalla Roukh, Alciphron,
The Fudge Family of Paris, Odes of Anacreon'
Luiirrains Iroin tlie Anthologia, tfallaus, Nngs,
Miscellaneous Poems, Sic , just published, and for
sale by E.HART.
BoonviMc, Uecemuer Juu, fj-lJ.
The Missouri Farmer's Almanac and Re-
jtository of useful knowledge for
BV CHENEY HOW, A. M. M. II.
This is expressly a Missouri Farmer's Almanac,
got up with every care, published and printed in
Missouri, embracing the information most uselul
to the husbandman, and men of business gener
ally; with an appendix showing the time for hold
ing courts distances from place to place through
out the Stale of Missouri and Illinois, dj-c., for
sale at below the St. Louis prices, wholesale and
retail. E. HAK I .
Boonville, December 2nd, 1843.
TJARLEY'S Asia, Africa, Europe, America and
I. Library; Boys' own Book. Rollo's picture
book, American girls' own book, Deppings t ire
side companion, with a variety of others jus.t re
ceived and tor sale by II Alii.
Boonville, rsov. 2dth, 1-ilA.
BOURRIENNE'S NAPOLEON. Bourricnnes
Napoleon in two volumes, received and for sale
by E. HART.
Nov. in, ii;i.
Tl. Hnltrina .I"
TTUST received The Mysteries
of Paris a
novel by Eugene Suecomcplete with a Se
quel, for sale by E. HART,
January 27th, Je l l. Boonville Book-blore.
Cooper's Last Novel.
NED MYERS, or a Life before the Mast by J.
Fcunimore Cooper, just received and for sale
by E. HART.
January 27th, 1811.
Alison's History ot 12 11 rope.
TV IE history of Europe from the commencement
of the French Revolution in 1740, to tho
restoration of the Bourbon's in 1615, by Archi
bald Alison, complete in 4 volumes, just received
and for sale by E. HART.
January 27th, 1844.
Tho Songs of Berangcr, in English,
sketch of the author' life, just received
ale by E.HART.
Bourn ilie, January 27tli, 1 11.
constantly receiving new supplies.
MEDICAL WORKS The principles
practice of medicine bv John F.llintsnn.
M. D.. with notes and additions by Thos. Steward
son, M. D. physician to the Penn. Hospital. A
practical treatise on the diseases of the testis and
of the spermatic cord and serotum by T. B. Curlin
wiui uiuiraiiuns. Aoerneuiy s lamuy pnysician
or ready prerscriber, just received and for sale by
Boonville, January 27lh, 1844.
New Cheap Works,
JUST received. The Gentleman's Daughter,
Howard or the Mysterious Disappearance,
The Rambles of Emperor Chincr T I H. The two
Clerks, Ju'.ia Corryear, Narrative of the Travels
of Monsieur Violet ia California, Senora and
Western Texas, by Capt. Marryatt; Ned Mycis, by
Cooper; Licbig's Letters on Chemistry, Tho Eti
quette of Courtship and Marriage, by Lady Blcs
sington, with as manv others, for sale bv
E. HART, Boonville Book-Store.
January 27lh, 1844.
Uoddard on the Teeth,
Tho Anatomy, Thysiulogy and Pathology of the
human teeth, with the most ' approved methods of
treatment, including operations and the method of
inakinir and settinir artificial teeth, iu one volume.
Inuarto, with 30 plutcs. bv Paul B. Goddard. M. D..
demonstrator of Anatomy in the University of
rcnnsyivuma, just received and ior sale by
Boonville, January 27th, 1844.
TED STATES ALMANAC lor 1944, ConlailllllL'
length end increase of days and the Sun's
parBielsof latitude, embracing
0r lhe union-complote Ephcm
d mooQ with ubes f(JJ . tgl
rising and setting, &c, given for six different
tho whole extent
emerides of the sun
tors, engineers and others, for determination of
latitude, time, dj-c, numerous statistics relative to
coru-nerce, agriculture, manufacture, the general
and State Government, &c, for sale by
Boonville, December 23d, 1813. k. hart.
McNAIRS Phrenology and Animal Magnetism
for sale by e. iiabt.
Boonvillc, December 23d, '43.
A manual of useful knowledge for the instruc
tion of young persons of both sexes by Noah Web
ster, just received and for sale bv E. HART.
Boonville, December 2nd, 1843.
The Freemason's Monitor, containing a ie
lineation of the Fundamental principles of Free'
masonry, by L. A. Davis, embellished with a cor
reel likeness ot Joseph K. Chandler, Esq., just
published and lor sale by e. hast.
Boonville, December 23d, 1813.
m &lick in .England, lust received and for
sale by E. uart.
Boonville, December 23d, '43.
lank rromisorit notes neatly bound in
convenient form, for sale by E. hart.
Boonville, December 23d, '43.
TXrALKER'S ANTHROPOLOGICAL Works.
T T Walker on Beauty, Intermarriage and wo
men in 3 volumes, just received and for sale by
Bonnville, Deo. 23d, 1843. E. HART.
"1 TonE cheap stock, just received, Mabel the
1TX Actress, the Rescued Nun, Marion's Men,
a romance of the revolution, Ernest Harcourt, the
Loyalists Son, Frank Rivers or the dangers of the
town, mysteries ot fans, trench without a mas
ter, the Story of Ninon Des'Enclos, the celebrated
Aspasid of France, the Traduced, an historical
romance, Old Man of Harlam, Romance of the
fifteenth century, Sanderson's compete Cook
House-keeping made easy, by Mrs. Ellis; will
many others tor sale by e. hart
Boonville, December 23d, 1843.
The best revised edition of Webster's JCle
mentary Spelling Book.
Being an improvement on the American Spelling
Book by Noah Webster, just, published. Teachers
and others are requested to call and examine this
work, for sale by E. HART.
Boonville, December 2nd, 143.
The hand book of needle work Containing
instructions in the following branches: Plain nee-
dlo work Fancy needlework and embroidering
Knitting netting crotchet embroidering on mus
lin -lacework satin millinery and dress-mak
ing &c. just received and for sale by a
Boonville, December 23d, 1843. e. hart
The Fanner's Encyclopaedia.
XHE Farmers Encyclopedia and Dictionary of
. Rural affairs, embracing all the most roi-mi
discoveries in Agricultural Chemistry, adapted to
me compruneiisiun 01 unscienlihc readers, illus
trated by numerous engravings of animals, imple
ments and other subjects, interesting to trio agri
culturist, by Culhbert W. Johnson adi,l.l m il.
with a U. States by Gouverneur Emerson, complete iu 1
, and fnr'volviiie, just received and for sale bv
January 27ili, 141.
CHEAP OASn STOZLD:
'''HE subscribers have just received large
JL assortment of Fashionable SPRING AND
SUMMER GOODS, which they now offer for sale
on the most reasonable terms.
Their stock consists in purl of
Blue, Black, and Brown Cloths,
Invisible green do.
Blue, Black and Fancy Cassimeres,
Blue and cadet mixed Jeans,
Muslin de laines,
Blue, Black and clmnjeable Alpacea clolhi,
Silks, plain and figured,
RibbofTs, Thread lace and edgings,
Lisle do. do. do.
Italian cravats, pocket handkerchief
Winter Shawls and Hankerchiefs, a large
Silk and cotton Thules,
Linen pocket handkerchiefs,
Calicoes, a large assortment from 61 to 18
cts per yard,
Bleached and brown domestics, .
Bed Tickings, Osnaburgs,
Bleached and brown drillings,
Spun cotton, best article,
Shoes, Boots, Hats, Cxps and Bonnets,
Candlewick, batting, &c.
Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Salt
Nails, Window glass, flour and leather.
J. D. PERRY & Co.
Fayette, March 30, 1844.
New Fall and Winter dioods!
Direct from the Manufactories.
rfMIE subscriber has just received and is now
JL opening in the Store room lately occupied
by R. H. Law, a large and splendid assortment ef
FALL AND WINTER GOODS, which he
proposes to sell extremely low for CASH. The
subscriber has determined to commence business)
ONE PRICE SYSTEM,
Meaning, that price shall be as low, if not lower
than can be found elsewhere. He has now a large
assortment of goods of all kinds, and invites his
old customers and others to call and examine hi
stock before purchasing. He has spent the sum
mer in the east selecting his stock, and flatter
himself that the goods and prices are such as will
suit both limes and seasons. Among his stock
will be found a large assortment of Fancy Goods,
consisting in part of
10 pieces gimps,
12 dozen ladies' biack
ors bonnet ribbons,
10 pieces cap do do,
10 pieces colored trim's,
3 do black do
2 dozen admirable for tho
2 dozen red do do.
and while cords and
do ladies' fancy vel
vet cravats, assorted
12 dozen ladies' large
2 " blue do do,
2 " white do do,
12 " as'td col'd mitts,
5 " worsted cravats,
10 " do shawls,
5 do do large do,
tf do shally do do,
5 boxes bonnet ribbons.
b'ack drees buttons,
12 do do do small.
10 do do do colored,
do do do do small,
12 gross black glass do
10 boxes assorted col-
A large assortment of cords and bindings, of alt
descriptions, for trimming coats, can be found at
Lombard s one price store, sign ot
"GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH."
Fine Broad and Beaver Clotlis.
4 pieces wool -dyed bl'k
4 pieces blue beaver do,
2 do rifle green do,
2 do invisible do,
5 do heavy beaver, blue,
4 do do diamond,
4 do do pilot cloth.
10 do blue do,
do brown do,
do heavy bcavtr do,
do brown wavo,
5 pieces fine black cas- 3 p's fine light French
10 p's do steel mixed, 2 do do blue-black,
do do doe skin do, 3 do do wave,
HATS AND CAPS.
10 cases Russia Rabbit 12 doz. common fur csds.
do Cassimera do,
do Brush do,
0 do superior do do,
10 do Men's Siletde,
6 do Boys do do do,
6 do Glazed do,
20 do Seal Skin do. '
5 do fine Otter Fur do,
5 do Fur do,
10 dozen drab wool do,
10 do black do do,
20 pieces fine black do, 10 do do
lop s. fine steel mixed
5 do do blue.
5 bales Indian head,
5 do Merrimack,
10 do Webster,
4 do Pittsfield shirting.
20 pieces red flannel,
10 do white do,
5 do yellow do,
4 do green do,
6 do Canton do,
2 pieces plain alpaca, 2 do Watend da 4 do Lus
HIGHLAND PLAID SHAWLS.
5 dozen highland plaid shawls, 4 dozen highland
BOOTS AND SHOES.
500 p'r coarse brogans, 500 pair Misses shoes as
500 pair children's do. of
500 p'r do do,
500 ' kip do,
200 " boys do do.
200 " thick do,
300 " women's calf
100 p'r do bootees,
100 " com. slippers,
100 " " extra fine do
100 ' ' " do buskins,
almost all kinds,
j cases men's fine calf
6 cases do thick do,
4 do do kip do,
4 do do water proof
3 cases boys' coarse boots,
4 do children's do,
100" "" half gaiters,
For sale cheap for cash by
Fayette, Dec. 2nd, 1843.
Ilreiuerinaun & tuno,
HAVING established themselves on Main
S'rect (opposite James P. Hickman, Esq.)
Boonvillo, beg leave to inform the inhabitants of
Howard county and others, that they have on hand
an ample stock, to which they are constantly
making new additions, which is selling at unpre
cedented low prices, so as to warrant purchaser
from a distance to risk the trouble aud expense of
a trip to Boonville.
The assortment is composed of a great variety
of selections of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Hardware and Cutlery,
China Ware and Crockery,
G lass and Stone Ware,
Groceries, Wines nnd Liquors,
Upper and Sole Leather of the best manufae-
All kinds of produce will bo received for mer
chandise at cash prices, and every facility afforded
Boonville, March 2d, 1811. 51 ly
rREEN AND DRY HIDES.-w. wish to
l ?e. ,unt'tr of green and dry hide,
lor which the highest market pike will b ptid.
.. ., r . , J D. TERRY dt Co.
Isyctte, Tcbtuary 3d, lvll.