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llrcniermanu & Cuno,
HAVING established themselves on . Main
S'xcet (opposite Jtmc P. Hickman, Esq?)
Boonville, beg leave to inform the inhabitants ol
Howard county and others, that thy have on hand
an ample stork, to which they am constantly
making new additions, which is soiling at unpre
cedented low prices, so as to warrant purchasers
from a distance to risk the troublo and expense of
a trip to Boonville. '
The assortment is composed of a great variety
f selections of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,' "
Hardware and Cutlery,
China Wart and Crockery ,
G las and Stone Ware,
Groceries, Wines and Liquors, ,
Upper and Sole Leather of the best manufacture.
All kinds of produce will be received for mer
chandise at cash pricee, and every facility afforded
Boonville, March 2d, 1844. ' 51 ly
i KEEN AND DRY HIDES. We wish to
V purchase a quantity of green and dry bides,
ior wnicn tne nignest market price will be paid.
Fayette, February 3d, 1844.
Tut publishers of the"BooNsucn Tines, "having
' ' ' a great variety of
lfU(u .tnUf (Dvunmrntnl
CUTS, Ate. Slc, are prepared to execute, at the
shortest notice, and on the most reasonable term
II kinds of
Job and Fancy Printing:,
' SUCH AS
CARDS, BILL HEADS,
CATALOGUES, TICKETS, etc..
In a style of neatness fully equal to the same de
scription of work dano in St. Louis. They keep
eanstanly on hand JUSTICES BLANKS, of ev
ery description, printed on paper of the best quality
Fayette, December 2nd, 1843.
Cheap Cash Store.
CJM1TH BROTHER are receiving bv almost
O every boat goods suitable for the wants of the
community, and will sell at prices which cannot
- Cotton Yarn,
Brown, bleached and colorcd Drillings,
Scotch and English Ginghams,'
Paris and American do.
English arid French Chintzes,
- American and English Calicoes 6i cts. and
20 pieces Irish Linen,
Bird's eye Diaper,
Cotton do. 121 cts.
A great 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,
Gents Black and Fancy Cravats,
Plain and Fancy Stocks, all prices,
Ladies' Silk, Merino and Cotton Hose,
Gloves and Mitts, in endless variety,
Children's Gloves, Mitts and hose,
Black Dress Silk,
do. Apron do.
Other fancy colored Silk,
Genu Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Together with almost every other article
either useful or ornamental.
Glasgow, April 20, 1844.
A fresh supply of this invaluable Medicine just
received irom tne Agent and known to be genuine,
Oct. 2Sth, 1843. JOEL PREWITT.
FLOUR AND MEAL for sale by
J. D. PERRY Si. Co.
March 2d, 1344.
I ,000 lbs. Raw cotton, received and for sale low,
L a beautiful article. . H. SAMPLE & Co.
Fayette, Sept. 9th, 1843.
OOTS SHOES. Watson u Yosti, have
just received direct from the manufacturers,
Men's thick kip and calf boots and Brogans:
Boys " " " " " "
Children's shoes in all variety.
Boonville, Oct. 23th, 1813.
"VELLOW PINE LUMBER. 20,000 feeVyel
A low pine lumber, just received and for sale
oy BKEMER.UANN CUNO,
Boonville March 2d, 1644.
Best Family Flour,
I N 60 lb. sacks, of that well known brand:
X 'Kock bpring Mill," will hereafter be kept
i;unu.iuij uu niuu, anu iur saie uy
S. H. SAMPLE 4- Co.
Fayette, October 28th, 1843.
A general assortment of brown and bleached
domestics and drillings, constantly on hand
and for sale low by WATSON & YOSTI.
Boonville, Oct. 33th, 1843.
TN Store and for sale at our last Fall's prices, a
A good stock of Brown and Bleached Shirting
and Sheetings; Brown, Blue and Bleached Drill
ings; York Mixtures; Denimis Fancy Drills, 4-0.,
for pants; Mariner's stripe and mixed cotton for
servants dresses. tVA iauiv at mux 11.
Boonville, april 20th, 1844.
T7UMILY Flour. Woodville Mills, a few bbis.
L of this article on consignment and for sale
by WATSON J YOSTI.
Bonvil!, sprli '.'0h, I'M!.
iioorv villi:, irio. r.., ......
Tha subscriber return thanks - to his
customers for their liberal support and so
licits a continuance ot favor. 1 - '
From those who have never visited his
House, he respectfully begs a trial.
1 Charges as low as at any other Hotel in
this city. e. b. Mcpherson.
Boonville, Oct. 28th, 1843. 33 tf
Pavilion Hotel. .
The subscriber formerly of the "Fiy
ette Hotel," Fayette, Mo., would 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-
nlied with the best the market affords, and no
nainc will be snared to make the Pavilion Hotel
equal to any above St. Louis both as regards the
table and every omeraccommoaaiion.
a. D. BARlltULUW,
Glasgow, March 16th, 1844. 1 tf
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
O-Ofllce At L. D. Blankenship's Hotel.
February 17th, 1844. 49 tf
rrHE undersigned respectfully informs his
: JL friends, and the public generally, that he has
taken the -
lately occupied by Abel Marley and
is now prepared to receive those who
may favor him with a call promising as good
fare as the county aftords and moderate charges,
t D. KIJNKLE,
' Fayette, January 27th, 1844.
MANSION HOI SL,
AND STAGE OFFICE,
BY PETER PIERCE,
L A TB OF THE C'TT HOTEL.
I IIE subscriber has recently token .the abov
well known stand, and respectfully solicits a
share of public patronage. He will endeavor to
give satisfaction to all who may favor him with
call. His bills will be unusually low.
THE. MAIN LINE OF STAGES FROM
ST. LOUIS TO INDEPENDENCE,
stop with hitn, and he will endeavor to extend every
accommodation to passengers.
Boonville, April 8th, 1643. 4
Urciucrniann & t'uno,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Dealers in Produce of evert Kind,
MAIN STREET, BOONVILLE, MO.
It. P. llancnkamp,
TT'ILL continue the receiving and forwardin
J w of Merchandize and Produce at his old
stand, the ensuing season and solicits the patro
nage of his old friends and the public generally
ms cuarges win De low.
January 13th, 1843. 44 3m
ROB'T T. PREWITT,
At torney at Law,
TTTILL practice in this and the neighboring
t t cuuncms. nna w n niin, iranHi nan. ..
auenu 10 any ousiness connded to his care.
umce mat lormeriy occupied by Wilson & Mor
row, i arena, oio.
Jan. 15, 1842. 44 tf
JOHN B. CLARK & A. J. HERNDON,
WILL hereafter practice law jointly: busines8
entrusted to one will receive the attention of both
(tVOSice, north-east corner of the Dubl
square, heretofore occupied by John B. Clark
wnere one or both may generally be found.
r ayette, way zi, law. lti tt
J. ALONZO DE COURCY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
June 25, 1S42 15.
G. H. HUBBELL,
Attorney at Law,
TRENTON, GRUNDY COUNTY, MO
Will promptly attend to all business entrusted
to bis care. Way 14, 1342,
VM. II. SVVITZLER,
ATTORNEY AT L A W,
NEW r UANiiLlJN, Mo.
GEO. W. G1VEZVS,
(Late of Fayette, Mo.,)
Commission and Forwarding:
No. 41, POYDRAS STREET,
Messrs. Glasgow & Harrison, St. Louts.
J. Si D. Macgregor, N. York.
Charles Doane & Co., New Orleans.
Mr. Joel Prewitt, Fauetle, Mo.
Oct 22d, 1842. 32 3m
Milliner and Mantua Maker,
LTAVING just received the latest fashions,
LA prepared to make, or repair, and trim Boa'
nets, Caps, Slc, in the neatest and most fashion'
tile style, and to make dresses of all description:
11 me wioriesi notice.
Residence in the east end of town,
Fayette, April 29, 1843. 7 tf.
Sattinetts and Jeans.
nnilE subscribers have in store a very heavy
a. iuck ui sauineiis, tuned cloths, beaver
Dilot cloths. Kflntiirku Tmina V;i:. c.iij I
I . , .. I u iuiicu AJIII
ievs, Kerseys, die, dec, for sale at remarkably 1c
prices. WATSON YOSTI.
D:inm.!ll. 1-1,1 113,1 '
U'"IITIIIC, I'll, '.'?'.J, ltUt
1. It. HAIINETT,
B.LEPS r ;
Would respectfully inform his friends and the
public generally, that he has removed his shop
to the room recently occupied by Mr. Slimcntez
on Water Street, where he may always be found,
prepared to execute in toe most handsome manner,
any work confided to him. He is also prepared
to make brass clocks, which he warrants to keep
good time. ' '
31. a. uid uoid ana silver wanted. - --
Glasgow, February 10th,-1844. . 49 ly
Philadelphia Package Sales of
Hoots and Shoes, every Tues
day morning, at lO o'clock, by
G. W. LORD.
i1ARD. A combination having been formed by
V- a portion of the Dealers in Boots and Shoes
of this city, with the avowed object of suppress
mg the sale ot those goods by auction,, it seems
proper Tor the subscriber (who has held these
sales for the past eightoen months) to state that
notwithstanding this combination, the sales will
not be stopped, but on the contrary, as he will
rely moro than ever on the patronage of the
country merchants, the sales will be held every
Tuesday morning, at the Auction Store, 2U8
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 (roods. .
The mero tact of so great an ellort being made
to put down these sales, is the best evidence the
country merchant can have, that it is for his inter
est to sustain them.
Philadelphia, April 6th, 1844. 4 6m
CHEAP CASH STORE.
THE subscribers have just received a large
assortment of Fashionable SPRING AND
SUMMER GOODS, which they now offer for sale
on tne most reasonable terms.
Their stock consists in part of '
Blue, Black, and Brown Cloths,
Invisible green do
Blue, Black and Fancy Cassimeres,
Blue add cadet mixed Jeans,
Muslin de laines,
Blue, Black and changeable Atpacca cloths.
Silks, plain and figured,
Ribbons, Thread lace and edgings,
Lisle do. do. do.
Italian cravats, pocket handkerchiefs,
Winter Shawls and Hankerchiefs, a
Silk and cotton Thules,
' Linen pocket handkerchiefs, ' -
Calicoes, a large assortment from 61 to 16
cts per yard,
bleached and brown domestics,
Bed Tickings, Osnaburgs,
Bleached and brown drillings,
Spun cotton, best article,
Shoes, Boots, Hats, Caps and Bonnets,
Candlewick, batting, etc.
Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Salt
Nails, Window glass, flour and leather. "
j. u. rtKKt a jo,
Fayette, March 30, 1844.
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
ot the best in the country. 1 heir stoat now con.
sists in part of
Sugar and Coffee,
101) Kegs of Nails.
Eagle, Hope and G lobe Cotton Yarns,
Brown Domestics from 0 to V2k cents, .
Bleached do. do. 5$ " 18j cents,
Calicoesin endless variety,
Ladies fine Kid Slippers,
Misses fine Calf Boots,
' Kip do.
' ' fine end Coarse Brogans,
Powder, Shot, Lead, Glassware, Hardware,
All of which will be sold at prices correspond
ing with the times.
Glasgow, April 20th, 1844.
SMITH & BROTHER,
HAVE iust received at their Store in G laserow
a large and complete assortment of goods, all of
which will be sold very low for cash or barter
Among the assortment may be round the iollowin
10 Hhds. Prime N. O. Sugar,
50 Sacks Rio Coffee, ,
200 do. Salt,
25 Kegs Dupont Sporting Fcnvder,
500 lbs. Bar Lead,
10 Bales Brown Domestics,
3 Cases bleached do.
5000 Cotton Yarn, assorted No's.,
Indigo, Coperas, Madder, tc, together
with a general assortment ot fineand Staple Good
Hides, Peltries, Beeswax, Tallow, Flaxseed, &c.
die., will be taken at fair prices.
Glasgow, April 20th, 1344.
Two Dollars and a Quarter.
SALT At $2 25 per sack, for sale bv
December 23J, 1643. JOEL PREWITT.
Buckets, Tubs and Churns,
Just received and for sale by
J. D. PERRY & Co.
130WDER AND LEAD, just received and for
1 sale by JUtL fKUWlTT.
Fayette, May 27th, U 13.
SMITH & BROTHER,
"VFFER fur sale, Sugar and Coffee, Iron an
V Nails, Castings, Queensware, Stoneware,
Indigo, Madder, Copperas, Sperm and Tallow
Candles, tc, itc, at a small advance, fur cash only
masgow, April VJUth,
41 f f Dos. Spun Cotton, superior quality
)"UVJ assorted sizes, just received and foi
saieoy JOEL r HE WITT.
July 1st, 1943.
PC 0 fl Bushels Dried apples wanted by
0JJ II. KRAMER.
Fayette, April 20th, 1844.
Hemp Seed - wanted for which the highest
price will be given by J. D. PERRY & Co.
large assortment of Shoes, Boots, and Hats
lust received and for sale by
J. D. PERRY &, Co.
aiss. mi. . 1 n iwiaii, !' 1L8
UtlMV J ' '
JPPm ' , yUn, 11,1 , S1WW1MI
'IBmimm: :'sv':.;. ...iii.'.mifil
III 111' Hfi'lfl Safifr m 'Mm I ii j
j .. ....... .
npHE subscriber gratefully acknowledges
.. above establishment has been favored
pledges himself to use unlimited exertions to make it still more deserving of public
favor. He has reduced prices in accordance with thd times.
The stock consists in part of Books in every variety, "
Plain and Fancy Stationery, 1 1, . r, , ..... ' ., , ; ', .
Musical Instruments; Fancy Goods, , ' -. .. :
Music Preceptors; Piano and Guitar music, ; '
Tortoise Shell and other Combs, r" , ' , l;
, 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 constantly receiving new supplies.
Boonville, April I6th, 1843. 51 y. E. HART.
TVTEW WORKS, in Pamphlet Form, just pub-
lished and received-
Matilda by Eugene Sue,
Hans of Iceland, . .
Thirty years among the
1'layers by Joe Uorvell,
The Ghost Story of
Arabella Stuart by James.
Christmas by Dickens,
Sisters of England and
New Sketches of every
day life by Frederika
The Loiterings of Arthur
The Grumbler by Miss
The Mysteries of the
Tombs, . -
The Life and Adventures
Old St. Pauls,
of Jack of the Mill,
Rory O'More by Lover,
The American in Paris,
The Unloved One,
Pictures of Private Life
St. Patrick's Purgatory,
by Mr. Ellis,
Uol. De ourviiie, by &
Therese Dunoyer by E.
Heads of the People,
Treasure Trove by Lover,
Theodore or the Child of,
Wanderings ot a Jour
Charles De Bourbon,
The Philosopher's Stone,
the fortune Hunter,
Alice or the Victim,
Zulekia by Eugene Sue,
Love and Money by M
The Mothers of England
by Mr. Ellis,
with many others for sale by
boonville, May 4th, 1844
To the Eadies.
f" fPHE subscriber would direct the attention of
X the Ladies to tho following New and very
cheap publications just received
The Lady's Hand Book
Miss Leslie's complete
ot the toilet, ;
Cookery, . .
The Lady's Self Instruc
do. do. French - do.
tor in Millinery, Man
tua Making, and all
branches of Plain Sew
ing, with particular di
rections for cutting out
do. do. House Book,
The Kitchen Directory,
The Complete Confec
Pastry Cook and Baker by
Instructions in Netting,
Knitting and Crotchet
Infant Treatment with
The Ladies' Work Box
Directions to Mothers
by Valentine Mutt, M.
Companion, being In
structions for all varie
ties of canvass work,
Abcroeth's Family Phy
Whispers to -a newly
sician, Slc, Slc, and
for sale by
Boonville, May 4th, 1944.
New Published Works.
JUST received, The Encyclopedia of Chemistry,
theoretical and practical, by Jos. C. Booth;
The United States practical receipt Book for the
Manufacturer, Tradesman, Agriculturist " and
Housekeener: Animal Masnetism or Mesmerism
bv Townshend: Wilheim's celebrated method of
teaching Singing; French without a Master; Span
isb without a master, for sale by . E. HART.
Boonville, May 4th, 1644.
I" IFE and Speeches of Henry Clay, in 2 vols. 8
J vo.,Greely & McElralh's edition; Life and
Public Services of Henry Clay; The Ashland Text
Book and the Clay Minstrel, just received and for
sale by E. HART.
Boonville, May 4th, 1844.
778 Missouri Farmer's Almanac and J?e
pository of useful knowledge for
1 84 1.
BY CHENEY HOW, A. M. M. D.
This is expressly a Missouri Farmer's Almanac,
got up with every care, published and printed in
Missouri, embracing the information most useful
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, Jf-c, for
sale at below the St. Louis prices, wholesale and
retail. E. HART.
Boonville, December 2nd, 1843.
The mysteries of Paris.
JUST received The Mystorios of Paris a
novel by Eugene Suecomepleto with a Se
quel, for sale by E. HART,
January 27th, 1844. Boonville Book-Store.
Cooper's East Novel.
:D MYERS, or a Life before the Mast by J.
Feonimore Cooper, just received and for sale
January 27th, 1841.
Alison's History or Europe.
T1HE history of Europe from the commencement
of the French Revolution in 1789, to the
restoration of the Bourbon's in 1615, by Archi
bald Alison, complete in 4 volumes, just received
and for sale by E. HART.
January 27tb, 1841.
The Songs of Berangcr, in English, with a
sketch of the author's life, just received, and for
sale by E. HART.
Boonville, January 27th, 1841.
CHEMISTRY in its application to Agriculture
and rhysilogv, by Justus Licbig, M. D , just'
ltrjiicu SS I1U IVI Mia VJ il 4 1
Boonville, December 2nd, 1613.
. ' n ). ,. !,. , 1 .
the, extensive patronage with which the
since its commencement, and in return
NEW MEDICAL WORKS. The principles
and practice of medicine by John Elliotson,
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
with lllutrations. Abernethy's family physician
or ready prcrscriber, just received and for sale by
. E. HART. '
Boonville, January 27th, 1844. '
IVcw Cheap -Works,
JUST received. The Gentleman's Daughter,
Howard or the Mysterious Disappearance,
The Rambles of Emperor Chfng UH, The two
Clerks, Julia Corry ear, Narrative of the Travels
of Monsieur Violet in California, Senora and
Western Texas, by Capt. Marryatt; Ned Myeis, by
Cooper; Liebig's Letters on Chemistry. The Eti
quette of Courtship and Marriage, by Lady Bles
sing ton, wun as manv otners, tor sale by
E. HART, Boonville Book-Store.
January 27th; 1844.- ;
tioddard on the Teeth.
The Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology of the
human teeth, with the most approved methods of
treatment, including operations and the method of
making and setting artificial teeth, in one volume,
quarto, with 30 plates, by Paul B. Goddard, M. D.i
demonstrator of Anatomy in the University pf
Pennsylvania, just received and for sale by
Boonville, January 27th, 1844. .
Law of Nisi-Prius, evidence in . civil actions
and arbitrbtion. sad awards, by Archibald John
Stephens, Barrister at law with notes and refer
ences to the latest American decisions by George
Sharswood, just received and for sale by
Boonville, December 2nd, 1843.
United states alhanac for ltj44, containing
length and increase of days and the Sun'a
rising and setting, &c, given for six different
.parallels of latitude, embracing the whole extent
j of the union complste Ephemorides of the sun
land' moon with tables for astrcmomers, naviga
tors, engineers and others, tor determination ot
latitude, time, jc numerous statistics relative to
com-nercc, agriculture, manufacture, the general
and State Government, Slc, for sale by . . '
oonviue, uccem'jcr yau, 1943. . e. habt.
McNAIRS Phrenology and Animal Magnetism
for sale by -. . , z. harj. '
Boonville, December 23d, '43. '
A manual of useful knowledge for the instruct
lion of young persons of both sexes by Noah Web
ster, just received and Tor sale bv e. II Ali i .
boonville, December 2nd, 1843. , .
The FheS ma son's Monitor, containing a De
lineation of the Fundamental principles of 'Free
masonry, by I,. A. Imvis, embellished with a cor
rect likeness or Joseph R Chandler, Esq., Just
published ana ior saie oy x. habt;
Boonville, December 28d, 1843.
Dim Slick in England, just (received and for
KJ sale by - . E. UABT.
Boonville, December 23d, '43.
Olauk itsoMisoBT motes neatly bound in a
J convenient torm, for sale by 1. hart.
Boonville, December 23d, '43. -
ALKER'S ANTHROPOLOGICAL Woaxs,
Walker on Beauty, Intermarriage and wo
men in a volumes, lust received and tor sale by
Bonnville, Dec. 23d, 1843. . ; E. HART.
orb cheap stock, just received, Mabel the
Actress, the Rescued Nun, Marion's Men,
9 romance of the revolution, Ernest Harcourt, the
Loyalists Son, i rank Rivers or the dangers of the
town, Mysteries ot fans, f rench without a mas
ter, the Story of Ninon(Des'Enclos, the celebrated
Aspasid ot trance, the Traduced, an historical
romance, Old Man of Harlam, Romance of the
fifteenth century, Sanderson's -complete Cook,
House-keeping made easy, by Mrs. Ellis; with
many othera for sale by e. hart.
Boonville, December 23d, 1843.
Tlie best revised edition. of Webster's El
inentary 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, 1S43.
The hand book of neeoli work Containing
instructions in the following branches: Plain nee
dlework Fancy needlework and embroidering
Knitting netting crotchet embroidering on mus
linlacework satin millinery and dress-inak.
ing Slc., just received and for sale by
r 1 1 t 1 . 1 . . . 1.
Buunvuie, jjecemoer au, ICM, E. HABT.
The Farmer's Encyclopaedia.
THE Farmers Encyclopedia and Dictionary of
Rural affairs, embracing all the must recent
discoveries in Agricultural Chemistry, adapted to
the comprehension of unscientifio readers, illus
trated by numerous engravings of animals, imple
ments and other subjects, interestinir to the apri.
Ciilturist. by Cuthbert W. Johnson ad.Dtud la tha
U. States by Gouverneur Emerson, coinpleto in 1
yolvme, just received sad for sale by
January 27th, 141. '
y'Oatcyy; Payne; A Ilawkln ; ,
Fastort andGcneral Commission Merchant
-No: Yr,'CahaTT3treel Rdw.'neaf ffif LeV!"-'
' 'VrNEW pRLANS,-"'U:''1 ,
BF.O 'to ofler their bf-st services to Merchants
and Planters, and promise attention and
promptness wait - constgnments tntmstsfl to their
care. They refer to i . , -: . ;
Henry Von Puhl, Esq., J " ' .
: Msisrs. Collier it Morrison, Sti Lonii
.. S. O., Butjer & Co.' )f -j . ; ,
Mtssrs. Peebols & Koiser, Roclieport.
Dr. W. H. Trigg, i ' ' i ; ' " ' !
Messrs. Wilson St BrowdA Boonville. -
Watson & Yosti, ,
1 R. G. Beazeley, Esq., Brunswick.'
' Messrs. Middleton 4. Miller; Liberty. ' .'
T. F. Warner, Esq., Weston.
New Orleans, May 4th,' 1844. 8 3ro.
. IVew Paint , Shop.
HAVING recently settled in FayetW, Howard
County; Mo., I would respectfully inform
the citizens of Howard, and the surrounding coun
ties, that I am now prepared to execute,- wit.11 neet-'
ness and despatch (he following work,' to wiu
House, Sign and Carriage Painting; Paper Hang-
ing, Gilding and Glazing;-'Jobs in the country
will be punctually attended to; entire satisfaction
given on all occasions, and prices positively lower
than are charged by painters' generally. I hop
by long experience, and low prices, to share a
portion of public patronage.
O-Shopon Probst's Corner; south east of the
Court House. 1 ,..;' ;. i S... THING.
Fayette, February 17th, 1844. t , , : ; I 49 If .
Doctor John B. Alexander)
HAVING permanently settled in' the town of
Fayette, wbuld respectfully offer his
MEDICAL SERVICES, ,
in the various branches of his profession, to the
citizens of Howard County. '
-7-Office under the "Missouri Democrat
printing office, anil next door to John A. Powell,
Fayette, My 4th, 1844. ....,,.... , 8 if
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 ot St. louis, and am tuny empowered to use
Fire and Cargo risks on as good terms as any In
surance Company in trie West, or the Union.
To facilitate business, I offer open policies to
all regular Shippers, and will do all in tny power
to accommoaaie in coniormny wun my avij.
03-OfEce at my oM stand, on Water btrect,
Glasgow. CHAS. B. FALLENSTEIN.
Glasgow, march zd, 1044. .oiwgm.
Doctors Obcr & Dinwiddie, '
HAVING associated themselves together in the
practice of Medicine, would respectfully cOy
tinue to offer their Medical Services in the various
branches of their profession to the alliens of
Howard and adjoining counties.
0O"UUice south east ot the public square, in the
room formerly occupied by vr. Uber, adjomtng
Mr. Kunkle's tavern, where one or both of them
can be found at all times, day or night, unless pro
fessionally absent. A. 11. UrJbK,
A. 6. DiJNWIDDlJS.
Fayette, April 6th, 1844. 4 tf.
-Kew Dry Goods, &c, djc.
THE 'subscriber would beg ' leave to call tbe
attention of the Merchants visiting St Louis,
for the purpose of purchasing their Spring Goods
that he has on hand one of the best assortment
that can be brought to the city, consisting in part
of Fancy and Staple Silks, for Dresses; Fancy
Hdkts.; Scarfs; bilk Shawls; 4-4, 0-4 and H-4 JJ
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, Slc S(C.
Bonnets a full assortment ot all , the styles in
use. - -
Ribbons a full supply of Bonnet, Cap and Neck
Ribbons. - .,
Artificial Flowers a splendid assortment of
French and American with an innumerable quan
tity of goods usually wanted to all of which the
attention of the Merchants is solicited. - An early '
call before purchasing will oblige ' - :
A. F. W. WEBB.-'
New York Bonnet and Silk Store, 133 Main St.,
up Stairs, one door below the Bank.'
St. LOUIS, April 27th, 1844.
To Tavern and Grocery Keepers.
THE subscribers would respectfully direct tbe
attention of Tavern and Grocery Keepers to
their superior and well selected stock of genuine
Wines and Liquors, which tne; oner ior saac at
very reasonable prices. ; Also; ... ',, ,
Fresh Lemons, . !. , .
Clarified and Loaf Sugar,
Principle and Regalia Segars and Bar Fix
tures. BREMERMANN & CUNO.
Boonville, March 2d, 1844. , ;i ., ....
" ' To Builders ! ' ' J
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 locks, knob latches,
Norfolk ditto; cast narrow' and broad butts; brass
do; woood scrows; bed do; cupboard, chest and
bureau locks; mahogany knobs; cabinet riles and
rasps; horse rasps; Bastard mill saw and other
files; braces and bitts; handsaws, firmer chisels
and gouges; turning do; patent spur augur bitts;
centro do; socket chisels; double plane irons;
singlo and cut do., with a great vauety of other
articles in the hardware line.
BREMERMANN &. CUNO.
Boonvillo, March 2d, 1844. . , . '
CASH ADVANCED ON TOBACCO,
ON the most advantageous principle, by
BREMERMANN & CUNO.
Boonville, March 2d, 1844. .
Cash paid lor Hemp,
OR liberal advances made on the same, by
BREMERMANN & CUNO.
Boonville, March 2d, 1814.
Kegs Boston nails just received and for
sale by BREMERMANN CUNO.
Boonville, March 23d, 1644.
OR BBLS. old rectified Cincinnati whiskey
mJ just received and for sale by ,
BREMERMANN & CUNO.
Boonvillo, March 23d, 1814. . -
Watson & Yosti,
Have just received their Spring supply of Gents
Fashionable Hats, such as fine Beaver, Brush,
Pearl Slc, which are offered very low for cash.
Boonville, april 17, 1841.
Cash paid for Hemp. .
rTWE subscribers with to purchase fifty tons of
1. Hanip, for which they will psy the bighsst.
on rket price in cash. WATSON YOSTI '
Boonville, spril COtli, 1811,. '