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St vra UniTinirrv. Wa have received
lite Report of the Curators of the Slate
University, made to the General Aitembly,
We ere glad to tee that it is in a flour iih.
tDg condition. The catalogue of atudenti
for the pait year exhibits an aggregate
number of one hundred and eight. In ad
dition to the patronage of our own State,
there are students from Wisconsin, Illinois,
Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee, Louisiana
and Arkansas. In his report to the Board
of Curators, President Lathrop says "In
reviewing the history of the University,
from the period when it began to collect the
crude elements of future growth, the re
sults of the first five years, cannot be re
garded as otherwise than auspicious.
Through embarrassments of no ordinary
character, calling for self-denying labors,
(t has gone steadily forward, and is now
accomplishing, with gratifying success the
purposes for which it was founded. It is
sound in scholarship and discipline, and the
financial cloud, which has so long darkened
ita horizon, is passing away. For all this,
we may thank God and take courage."
The friends of education throughout the
State will be gratified to learn that there
is now no doubt but that the University
will be all they could desire. It should be
encouraged by those who have sons to
educate, and thua assist in building up an
Institution in our State which will be alike
useful and beneficial.
North Carolina Senators. We had
the pleasure a few days ago (says the Na
tional Intelligencer) to announce the elec
tion of Hon. Geo. E. Badger to the Sen
ate of the United States, to supply the va
cancy created by the resignation of Mr.
Haywood. We have now the additional
pleasure to announce the re-election of
Hon. W. P. Manoux to the Senate for six
years from the 4th of March next, when
his present term will expire.
State Lard Office. The total amount
f money received at the State Land Office.
t Savannah, from the 19th May, 1845, to
1st October, 1846, and paid into the State
Treasury, was $20,073 35. Mr. Jasper,
the Receiver, also deposited 91500 00 with
the State Treasurer, to be placed to his
credit at his quarterly settlement, ending
Row corns it so? The "Unioo," in replying
to soma remarks of so English editor, makes the
following emphatic assertion:
(trOur Government made no sort of bargain
with Santa Anna, and never counted upon his
We consider the above assertion exceedingly
important. If our Government did not count
epon the treachery of Santa Anns, and made no
sort of bargain, how came Santa Anna to have
means of passing through the blockading squad
ron with the knowledge of the United States offi
ers? How comes he now at the head of the
Mexican troops, infusing new life into them
. against those of this country? Let that be an.
swered. U. S. Gazelle.
rO"We copy the following extract of
letter, from Santa Fe, from the Palmyra
"A short residence here satisfies the most cu
tious, who visit this far famed town of mud
bouses, filthy streets, end still more filthy people.
The Mexicans show but little disposition to mix
wUh the Americans, and are evidently not satis
fied with the powers that be. Many of them,
and among them the roost wealthy, have left
and are daily leaving. Ths intercourse is con
fined to the tower class, who find ready sale end
good prices for what little corn and meat tbey
have to sell. The fandangoes the only public
amusement here, and generally free to all are
a promiscuous assembly of whites, blacks and
copper-colored, and but a grade .higher than a
negro dance in Missouri, and not as amusing.
The dreams of rich aignors, with beautiful, lan
guishing signorettas, brunettes with black eyes,
vanish into dried up, half-breed Indians and
Spaniards, in blankets, and swarthy,, mulatto,
slip-shod wenches, without modesty or. egard
in rnmmnn deeencr. If we remain here, . wa
will have a dreary time this winter, but we hopeTTaoey F. S.
for better luck, and having come this tar, think
ws deserve it."
LIST OF MEMBERS, . ...
Of (lie iAth General Assembly of the S&rtej
1st District St. Charles and Lincoln
A. King, to fill the vacancy occasioned by
the resignation of Pines Shelton.
2nd District Pike and Ralls W. Priest
3d District Marion and Monroe C.
4th District James Ellison
5th District Jewilt Norris
6th District Holt Atchison, Nodaway
and Andrew J. B. Nickel.
7th District Buchanan, De Kalb and
Clinton Robert M. Stewart.
8th District Clay, Ray and Platta Joo.
G. Price and Lewis Burns.
9th District Livingston, Linn, Carroll,
Caldwell and Daviess A. VV. Flournay.
10th District Owen Rawlins
11th District John II. Bean
12th District James S. Rollins
13th District Callaway and Montgome
rv M. M. Mauchas.
14 th Disti ict Cole, Miller and Morgan
G. W. Miller.
15th District Franklin and Warren
16th District Crawford. Washington
Jefferson. Gasconade Osage and Pulaski
A. Hudsoeth. Gideon P. Wiatt
17th District St. Genevieve, St. Fran
cois andPerrv J. T. Abernathy.
18th District CaDe Girardeau and
Wsvne Isaac S. Williams, elected to fill
the vacancy occasioned by the resignation
of Aaron tsoyder.
19th District Edwin White'
50th DistrictJohn Polk
Slst District Gren, Taney and Ozark
WHO, W. Hancock.
32nd District -Lawrence, Barry, New
ton and Jssper W.- C. Jones.
23d District Polk, Hickory and Csmden
Win f rev Owens.
24th liistrict-St. Clair, Henry. Cedar,
Batea and Dads James M. Gatewood.
25th District-Johnson, Jackson, Van
Buren, and l-afayetle James Chiles, Wil
26th District Pettis, Saline and Benton
27th District Jordon O'Bryan
28ih District St. Louis -Alton Longt
W. M. Campellt and Jas. H. l.ucatf
Adair James C. Goode
Andrew P. P. Fulkerson
Atchison F. M. Warmcastlo
Audrain A. B. Tinsley
Barry -A. S. Harbin
Bates James H. Requa
Benton D. C. Ballon
Boone W. F. Switzler
Buchanan James B. Gardenhire
Calloway Thos. M. longlej
Caldwell Charles J. Hughes
Camden Hamilton G. Frost
Carroll Robert D. Ray
Cape Girardeau Samuel A. Hill
chinton Joseph Uombs
Clark A. W. DaeL'eti
Cedar Kindred G. Pearson
Cole E. L. Edwards
Clinton L. S. Roberts
Cooper Thornton P. Bell
Crawford L. L. Snelson
Clay Henry Owens
Daviess Wiley fool
Dade B. F. Walker
Dall ia G. W. Henson
Dunklin Harrison D. Flowers
DeKalb Thomas Smith
Franklin W. V. N. Bay
Gentry William G. Williams
Grundy Jos." Livingston
Greene B. Robinson
Gasconade W. B. Pannell
Hnrrison-L. 1. Thompson
Holt James Craig
Henrv Asa C. Marvin
Hickory J. B. Holbert
Ho-vard C. F. Jackson
Jackson F. S. Smith
Jasper W. Richardson
Jefferson Anderson Bowles
Johnson Nathaniel B. Holden
Knox Vircil Pratt"
Lawrence F. R. M'Fall
l-afayette E. Burden
Lewis Chiton B. Tate
Lincoln David "Stewart
Linn Jeremiah Phillips
Livingston Jasper JN. lie 11
Macon W. E. Moberly
Madison C. H. Henderson
Mercer Wm. M'Efee
Mississippi W. Sayera
Montgomery Allen Henley
Monroe William Vawtei
Morgan John C. M'Coy
Miller Thomas w. wnuoicer
Marion John Taylor
Moniteau Uobert Moore
New Madrid Joho H. Walker
Newton A. Landers
Nodaway Thomas A. Brown
Oregon Thomas J. Howell
Ozark Robt. Hicks
Osage W. W. Reynolds
Fetus A. a.. Hoggs
Polk John. Hunt
Platte L. Calvert, and W. Conaway
Pike James O. Broadhead
Perry Thomas Rinev
Pulaski Louis Keedy
Putnam Wm. Vanderpool
Randolph Thomas P. Reuby
Ray cj. E. Bowman
Reynolds Pate Buford
Ralls Luke W. Waikina
Ripley W. P. Harris
Saline George C. Bingham
Scotland James L. Jones
Sullivan E. M. C. Morelock
Scott 1. Hunter
St. Genevieve J. Robinson
St. Clair Waldo P. Johnson
St. Charles Wm. M. Allen
Ml Prnnnil ThnniAS H. Hale
M. Moore. Isaac VV
TuyloftTJ. M. Masseyt Jamee VV. sscoit
Sullivan j. M. u. moreiocn
Van Buren W. r. ournsv
... i . t ii it:l..
Washington D. E. Perryman
Wayne-M. N. Abernathy
Warrens-Robert J. Huston
Wtncnmrked with a Netivee wun a
All othefa Democrats. Ed.Inq.
The followine purports to have been con
trlbuted. to the Journal by Beranger, the
French rPoet :
Ws wera not msny w who stood
Be for tba iron sleet that day
Yst many s gallant spirit would
Give half his years if ha but could
Have been with us at Monterey.
Now hers, now there, the shot it hailed
In deadly drifta or fiery apray,
Yat not a single soldier quailed
When wounded comrade round them wailsd
Their dying shouta at Monterey.
And on nill on our column kept
Through walls of flames its withering way
Where tell the dead, the living slept,
Still charging en the guns which swept
The slippery streets of Monterey.
Tht foe himaelf recoiled sghaat,
When striking where be strongest Isy,
We swooped hie flanking batteriea past,
And braving full their murderoueblaet,
Stormed home the towers of Monterey.
Our banners on those turrate wave.
And there our evening bugles play t
Where orange bougha above their grave
Keep green the memory of the brave
Who fought and fallal Monterey.
We are not many t who pressed
Betide the brave who fell that dayi
- But who of ua has not confessed
We'd rather there their warrior rear,
Tha not Nv baea at Monterey
OCrTh Terror which that dread disease Con
sumption has for ages excited, it oow no longer
felt, fiuchao'e Huogarian Balsam of Life the
Orest English Remedy, has conquered the most
hopeless cases the "confirmed and incurable."
From th Philadelphia Medical Intelligencer.
The Hungarian Balsam it, in our opinion, the
best remedy for Consumption, in ita incipient
ttaget, if not in its confirmed slate, ever invented.
Pamphlets respecting this Great English Rente-
ay may ds nao grant or w m. n. snelsom, Drug
gist, only sgent in Fayette, Mo.
Read the advertisement in another column of
DIED On Sunday morning last, Mrs. MARY,
consort or Harrison Stapletoo, Esq., of this
L. D. Brewer,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
X'KTlhL attend to any business entrusted
V v him in the Second Judicial District.
Brownino & Busrnel. Quincy, Illinois.
A. W. Morrison, Esq.,) ,..-.
Col. J. Dav.s, ( Fayette.
W. fiviET. Benton, Miss.
Col. P. H. Fountain, Pontstock, Miss.
McCampbeix &. Coates, Hunlsville, Mo.
ftirOffice McCamfbel's Buildings, Huntsville,
Mo. Randolph Co., Dec 12th, '46. 40 lr
Heroes Tor Hire.
The undersigned will hire,
to the highest bidder, in the
town of Fayette, on the 1st
day of January next, rive
likely negroes: two men, one
boy, and two women.
Conditions Not to leave the countv. nor work
on the Missouri river. Bond with approved seen-
ty will be required. JOSEPH COOPER.
tisrdian or the heirs or Andrews McGirk, dec d.
Howard County, Dc. 12th, 1848. 40 3t
WISTAK'S IM LS ATI OF
THE GREAT REMEDY
A M0NG all the famous medicine for Conaump
XjL tion, none seems to be meeting with greater
success, or gaining a higher reputation than that
most wonaertui article,
WISTAR'8 BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY.
That it stands at the head of all other remedies.
it now universally conceded. It has cured thou
sands upon thousands, of all classes, in cases of
the most dangerously consumptive chsracter. And
physicians of the greatest eminence, throughout
our whole country, unhesitatingly pronounce it the
MOS T PO WER FVL C VRA TI VE
of Pulmonary diseases in the whole range of
Pharmacy. The sales in the Western States havo
thus far been unparalleled; and the most gratifying
proots oi its emcacy nave oeen received trom ev
ery place where it lias been used. Thousands of
have already tested its exalted virtues, and con
teeseu us surpassing excellence and amazing
power. The remarkable success of this Balsam is
no doubt owing, in a great measure, to the pecu
liarly agreeable and powerful nature of iu ingre-
uienis. it iv e.
FINE HERBAL MED WISE!
Composed chiefly of Wild Cherry Bark and the
genuince jceiana Muss (the latter imnorted ex.
pressly for this purpose.) the rare medical virtues
oi wnicn ere also combined, by a new chemical
process, with the Extract oj Tar, thus rendering
the whole compound the most certain and effica
cious ever discovered for
Consumption of the Lungs, Liver Affections,
And all diseases of the Respiratory Organs.
r.eaaer: Be not staruea to see thu Ureal Amer
ican Jfemedy supplanting every other Balsam before
And should it not, when by it hundredand
thousand or cures, meases heretofore considered
hopeless, are being performed in all parts of the
Certificates of which record volumes in favor of
this justly celebrated remedy.
0-7-tne genuine w mar's iioisem is sod in
St. Louis by PHELPS cf BLAKSLY, General
Agents. And lor sale by ihetr agents in the fW
lowing places: Dr. Skelson, Fayette; R. P. Han
enkamp at uO uiaaguw; jvicCamfbell tt
Coates, Huntsville; W. C. Hill Sl Co., Keytes
vilie. December 12th, 1848.
Carrol's Corner Never Tire!
Just listen awhile, till I tell you l he news,
Of Carrol's Cheap Corner beating the Jews,
For calicoes and coats it beats them all hollow,
And not alone them, bulthe B'hoysin hog-wallow.
But that's so well known, on it I'll not dwell,
So I will proceed with what ibey hsve to sell:
First comet the Calicoes, cheaper than all,
Of varioua patterns, both large and small,
Cassinetts, Janes, Domestics, brown and white;
Broad cloth and Cashmeres, to be seen in the light!
Hals, Caps, Boots and Shoes, of the very best grit,
Coats, Pants and Vests, all warranted to fii,
Liney and apron checks, with sundry other things,
Buttons, tape, pins, noedles and fiddle string;
No Muffs, Balzarines, nor Rubes so soon rent,
Nol none of those funcy doings at 300 per cent:
But Sugar and Coffee, Leather, Iron and Nails,
And the best old Rye Whiskey to hoist up your tails,
Five per cent above proof, IS above Breeze,
Warranted all rye and never to freeze!
Stone and tin ware, window glass, but no sash,
All of which they sell cheap, but mind you fur cash!
Glasgow, December 12Ui, 1310.
TIE ain't one of the B'boyt that talkt of takins
fX a trip to Europe to buy his goods, and goes
down East and buys a few hundred dollars worth, &
spends 26 percent on I he amount iu ginger cakes
stops week at Philadelphia reading aignt
conies home, vrehaps, the most noin' critter in all
these parts. Glasgow, December 13lb, 1340.
I8AY Smith, where did you buy that good Iron
you shod my horaa with t'other day? At Car
roll's Corner, and no where else! What makes
his iron ao much better than any otherl Why,
Carroll says it was aunk and laid in the river till
it got right tuple and tougbl He sells 1-3 cent
cheaper than any of the reat ot them Huggatoon
gers in Glasgow. Well, be don't do nothing
snorter! . Glasgow, December 12th, 1910.
Candidate Tor County Clerk.
rnici FOS1 ARNOVRCINO 93,00.
ft7We are authorized to announce ANDREW
J. HERNDON, a candidate for the office of County
Clerk of Howard County, to fill (he vacancy ecca-
sionea ay tne resignation or James tt. Saunders.
0 We are authorised to announce GEORGE
. BURCKHARTT, a candidate for the office of
County Clerk of Howard county, to (ill the vactnev
occasioned by the resignation of Jamet H. Saun
ders. 0Wi are authorized to announce WA LTER
ADAMS, a candidate for Clerk of the Countv
Court of Howard Countv. to fill the vacancy oc
casioned by tht resignation of James H. Saunders.
fttrWe are authorized to announce LELAND
WRIGHT, a candidate for Clerk of the Countv
Court of Howard County, to fill the vacancy occa
sioned by the resignation of James H. Saunders.
If elected will personally discharge the dutiea of
ftfr-Weare authorized to announce JAMES H.
SAUNDERS, a candidate for the office of County
Clerk of Howard County.
THE QUESTION SETTLED.
MANY PEKSONs WONDER AND ASIC.
t.r, n .... . ... n...
w ny ur. anwi s vegeiatue run are now ore-
ferred to other medicines which have been so
much longer before the public. The reasons are
plainly, that they give more general satisfaction.
and are tncomparalAy more pleasant, being coated
wi n auger, ana as iney never gripe or nautfate,
it is no wonder that those who use them do re
commend them beyond any other Pills. They
cleanse and trurify the blood, aid and imorove
digestion, cure Head-aeht, Dyspepsia, and Bilious
Complaints, in a manner so easy, that the patient
is scarcely conscious of having taken medicine
stall. Made by an educated Physician, they do not
come under the head of "quack medicine."
Dealers furnished at the New York College of
tieaitn, wa ureenwich street, INew York, end by
Dr. Easterly 4" Co , No. 70 Chesnut street, St.
Louis, iWo.,Lroneral Agents fur the Western States
Fur sale in Fayette, Mo., by Wm. R. Snelson.
Druggist, sgent. O. Hendebsun, agent fur Glav
UAU t iun ! At a miserable imitation has been
made, by the name or "bugar Coated Pills," it is
necessary to be sure that Dr. G. Behj'n Smith's
signature is on every box. Price 25 cents.
December Oth, 1840. 39 3t
SWITZI.LK fc SUIT II,
Are now receiving their
Which makes an extensive, general and desirable
ALL kinds or GOODS.
The attention of Ladies is respectfully asked
to our very tine and astonishingly cheap assort'
Cashmeres de Cosse,
California and Lama Plaids,
Fancy and Black Robes,
Alpacas, Bavarians, Lama Cloths, Bombazines,
Merinoes, Muslin de Lunes,
New Style Prints,
All kinds of White Goods,
Bonnet Velvets and Vslvsi Bonnets,
AH of beautiful style, in interesting variety, and
at astonishingly low prices.
A great variety or very desirable
Mantles and Fancy Handk'fs.,
Worsted and Silk Mitts,
Ail sorts of Gloves,
New style Combs,
Hair, Cloth and Tooth Brushes, Sic, &e.
A beautiful assortment of Extra Sup'r. Frenub
English and American
Plain and fancy Cabsineres,
Velvet, Satin and fancy Vesting.
Heavy Winter Plaids and Stripes,
Sattinetts and Jeans,
Coat Blankets and Blanket Coatings,
Palo Alto Cassiineres,
Beaver and Pilot Cloths, to., Sic, with
every article for Gentiemen's and Children's wear
t'rotn the finest to the very cheapest desirable Win'
Brown and Bleached Domestics,
Diapers and Towellings,
Negro Clothing and Blankets,
Bed and Saddle Blankets,
White and colored Flannels,
and all other kinds of Staple Dry Goods eH
cheap, and. some cheaper than ever.
Our Stock of
Boots and Shoes,
for quality, workmanship and low prices, eannot
Men's very superior thick Boots, j
Kip, Calf and Waterproof do.
Boy's cuarse and Calf do.
Coarse and Kip Brogant,
Calf and Kip Monroes,
Misses, Boys and Children's Shoes,
also a great variety of
Ladies Shoes and Slippers,
of many kinds, among which is a beautiful style
French Kid Slippers,
on the whole a choice, well selected and desirable
Slock, at such prices as will be satisfactory.
A grand assortment oi tne most uesiraoie and
fashionable style, all sizes, of
Otter and rur aeal Caps,
Nutria and Musk do.
Silettu and Cloth do.
Fancy Velvet and pi ml) do.
Fur, Silk and Wo. 1 Huts.
Japanned Waterproof Hats,
An excellent assortment of
Queens wore and China,
Drugs and Dye-SiurT",
Raw Cotton, Candlewick, Cotton Yarns, Balling,
Ritle Powder, Shut, Lead, Flints, Perciiesiun Cap,
Indigo, Maddt-r, Alum, Copperas. Rice, Spice,
whnle and ground Pepper, Palvratus, Castor Oil.
(hlf. pints, pints snd Quarts) Turpentine, Soap,
Candles, 0 larch, $-c, dj-c
Slates, Ink, Pens, Pencils,
Standard School Books,
with all the odds and ends which will enable us
to suunlv the wants and contribute to the luxuries
of our friends and the public, to whom we desire
to aay that
Our. Stock la Unusually Extensive,
and being somewhat late in the market we must
make ramu aaics, anu win oe cuuiem iu uu v i
very small profits.
Please call, sec, and judge fur yourselves and
in aiding us promote your own interests.
6 r SWITZLER At SMITH.
Favetle, October Slat, 1340.
(rBeeswax, Tallow, Jeans, Linsey, Tow Lin
en, Dried Fruit, J-c., vanted.
T TESTINGS A magnificent assortment, cal
V and take a look, and you will be sure to buy
Fayette, uctober 24lb, '40. K. H. Law.
GLOVES AND HOSIERY A large atock on
hand, and in order to make it small, will tell
very low. K H Law
Fayette, October 24th, '46
Iew Winter Goods.
WE are now receiving and opening, at oui
. Store on ths outh.Mt corner af the nuh
lie square, a very larire and full assortment oi
Fall and rVi'nfrr Cloods, which wera carefully pur
chased of importers and manufacturers, and will
be sold at fair and uniform prices. Included is tbr
stock, can be found,
Blue, black, brown and green cloth,
Blue, black and fancy cassiineres,
Blue, black, grey, sold mixed. nlaiJ. fi cur
ed, and striped sattinetts, and Ky. janes.
urao, ana oiue blanket coating, and green,
blue, white, and crib blankets the finest qualitj
na assortment ever opened in ibis place.
Plain blue, and stamoed Pilot. Beaver, and
Fancy silk, silk velvet, plain and figured
satin, French cashmere and common vesting,
nea, wnue, green ana yenow nannel,
All wool, I wool, and cotton carpet,
Full tufted rugs, and carpet binding,
Ladies carpet and travelling bags,
Ladies and gentlemen'a winter gloves,
A very fine assortment of cashmere, thitct.
silk, de laine and wool shawl,
Very superior Paris and London eash
ana cashmere robes,
Alpacca's, assorted, and De Laines,
Dress silks, and silk and worsted serge.
Mourning, and fancy ginghams,
800 pieces assorted calicoes,
Plaid linsey, assorted,
Superior, real border cashmarette,
Winter ribbons and flowers.
Mull, swiss, corded and plaid muslins,
Cambrics and iackonetts,
Piuk, Hue, and white Tarlton,
White and black crape,
Embroidered bridal robes,
Black and white figured bobinett.
Real French embroidered collars, chit
settee, and under sleeves,
Embroidered cuffs and full trimmed
Silk, cashmere, and cotton bose,
La tnb s wool t hose,
Irih linens, and linen lawns,
Table and towel diaper, and erase),
Double damask napkins,
Black and fancy silk fringe, and spits) cord
All corded, and MerHeilles skirts.
Zephyr worsted, and French wool caps,
Zephyr worsted yarn, all high colors.
Thread, Lila and common lace and edging,
Italian silk cravats.
Silk, and cotton pnrket hdlt'fs.,
Brown and black hollaed,
Bleached and brown domestic ace drilling,
Bed licking and Oanaburg,
Beaver, Satin, Russia, Fur, and Wool haU,
A full assortment of fur and cloth cap,
Boots and shoes, including full sisid kid
slippers, and cslf boots as high as 12's,
Cloth, hair, tooth, and shoe brushes,
Shaving cream and soap,
Hardware and cutlery, assorted,
Queens ware, glass, and atoneware,
Rifle and blasting powder,
Bar lead, and shot, assorted,
Pure gunpowder tea,
Indigo, madder, alum and copperas,
Cloves, mace, nutmegs, pepper, spice,
Saleratus, ginger, cinnamon,
Virginia and Mo. chewing tobacco,
Writing, letter, and sand paper,
Slates, and slate snd lead pencils.
Very lurge and common looking glasses,
Ladies and gentlemen's riding awitches,
Hope cotton yarn, every size,
Philadelphia oak tanned sole leather,
Philadelphia calf skins, and best country
tanned upper leather,
buckets and aitters,
Rosin and casteal aoap,
Mill, cross-cut, and handsaws.
Cut and wrought nails and brads,
Castings, in great variety,
30 tons assorted iron and-9tee), embracing
all sizes and qualities, and at '.he lowest scale of
prices. Anvils, vices, and screw plates.
zo.uuu pds. prime sugar,
1,000 " Western Reserve cheese,
6,000 ' Rio and Lsguira coffee,
800 ' Star candles,
800 " Cincinnati starch,
800 sacks ground alum salt,
150 barrels Kanhawa "
100 " old rectified whiskey,
100 kegs white lead,
10 barrels Ohio clover seed,
SO boxes assorted candy.
Together with a large stock of double and single
refined loot and crushed sugar, pure r rencn and
American brandy and wine, sugar-house molasses,
and golden syrup, Tanner's and Lint-seed oil.
Turpentine, Litharge, Tar, Weaver's Reeds, Pow
der horns, Umbrellas, Buttous, Paste-boards,
Whalebone, Bed Cords, Sie., die.
Only one price for goods.
HUGHES, BIRCH Sl WARD
Fayette, October 3d, 1546.
RIDDLES 8 ARGER. J. D. PERRY.
J. Kiddlesbargcr & Co.,
Are now opening, at i heir old stand, swell
selected stock of SEASONABLE GOODS, to
which they invite the attention of the public, as
they are determined to sell unusually low.
Blue, black ana gray mix a uiotns,
Blue, black and fancy Cassimeres,
Blue, black and Sieel mix'd Sattinett,
Blue, gray and gold mix'd Jeans,
Blue snd white Blankets,
Blue and black blanket coating,
Beaver and Pilot Cloths,
Red, yellow and white flannels,
Wool and Cashmere Shawls,
Linen and Silk pocket hd'kfs.,
Ladies' and gentlemen's winter glove.
Ladies' Alpaca and Cashmere Stockings,
Cashmere and Alpaca Robes,
White, black and pink Crapes,
Cashmere, Alpaca and De Laines, assarted,
Calicoes and Ginghams, sasorted,
Plain and plaid Linseys,
Table and Towel Diaper,
Bonnets, Ribbons and Flowers,
Fur and Wool Hats,
Cluih and Fur Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Brown and bleached Domestic,
Otnaburgs. Drillings snd Bed Tickings,
Cotton Yarn, Batting and Candlewick,
Indigo, Madder and Alum,
Saleratus, Rice snd Ginger,
Hardware and Cutlery,
Queenswsre, China, Glassware and a cen-
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Fayette, October 3lst, 1840.
(t7"We will receive in exchange for roods
rux-seea, jieeswex, uinens, reamers, etc., Ate
110 swhkSs2;.AforSrty B"reUK"
. ALLbA HICKMAN.
Fayette, November 2t)th, ls46.
II CUP! II Em!! Look at this.
T?IFTY OR SIXTY Tons Merchantable HEMP
A. will be purchaM-d by
J. RID0LESB ARGER & Co.
Fayette, November 28th, 140.
1 PAIR offirst rata Mill Stones for sale cheap
Ja. by J. KlUULtScAKUEK & Co.
Fayette, June 87th. 1846.
EXTRA Superior Rectified Whiskey,
Sugar House and plantation Molasses,
Loaf snd powdered Sugar,
And all other groceries, iuat received by
Fayette, August 22d 1810
BY THE QUE EX 8 PATE XT.
TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS OF
llnclian's Hungarian ftalant of
The Great English Remedy for
COLDS, COIOII8, ASTHMA, AND CONS UMPTIOtsi
The most celebrated and infallible remedy
for Colds, Coughs, Asthma, or any form of pul
monary consumption, ia the Hungarian balsast
if mfe, discovered by Dr. Buchan of London,
England, tested for upwards of seven years in
Great Britain and on the Continent of Europe, and
introduced into the United States, under the im
mediate superintendence of the inventor.
The astonishing success of the Hungarian Bal
sam, in the cure of every form of consumption.
warrants the American Agent in soliciting for
treatment the worst possible cases that can ba
found in the community cases that seek relief ia
vain from any of the common remedies of the day.
and have been given up by the most distinguished
Physicians, as confirmed and incurable. The
Hungarian Balsam has cured, and will cure, lhe
MOST DESPERATE OF CASES. It is DO quack DOS
trum, but a standard English Medicine, of known
and established efficacy.
Every family in the United States should be
supplied with Buchan's Hungarian Balsam of Life.,
not only to counteract the consumptive tendencies
of the climate, but to be used as a preventive
medicine in all cases of Colds, Coughs, Spitting
of Blood, Pain in the Side and Chest, Irritation
and Soreness of the Lungs, Bronchitis, Difficulty
of Breathing, Hectic Fever. Night Sweats, Emacia
tion and General Debility, Asthma, Itifluenaa,
Hooping Cough, and Lroup.
In case of actual disease of the Lungs, or seated
Consumption, it is the only source of hope.
Sold by McDonald r Smith, Sole Agents mr
the United Kingdom, at the Italian Warehouse.
Regect Street, London, in Bottles and Cases, fur
Ships, Hospitals, &c.
tiy Special Avpumlmenl Uavid t. bp.adt.es.
119 Court Street, Boston. Mass., Sole Agent for
lbs United Stales and British American Provinces.
Aoiericsn price, ftl per bottle, with full direo-
tious for the restoration of Health.
Pamphlets, containing a mass of English aud
American certificates and other evidence, showing
the unequalled merits of this Great English Rem
edy, may bo obtained of the Agents, gratis.
JNone genuine, without the written signature or
the American Agent, on a gold and bronze label,
to counterfeit which is forgery.
Aukntb Dr. E. Easterly Co., ISO. TO
Chesnut street, St. Louis, Mo., General Whole
sale Agent for the Western Slates and Territo
ries. For sale by W. R. Snelsos, Druggist, Ageal
for Fayette, Mo. Also, by O. He.ndeiuox, Drug
gist, Glasgow, aio.
June autn, isw. is om.
lloot and Shoc-JIaking.
FfMlE subscribor respectfully informs the citi-
L zens or rsyette and vicinity, that he is pre
pared to make Boots and Shoea of every descrip
tion, at the shortest notice, and in the most sub
stantial and fashionable manner. He has on baud
a superior lot of French and Eastern Leather, uaj
a good assortment cf fashionable lasts.
f inc f stent L.camcr Boots,
Napoleon Clump sole do.
Double sole do.
Cork sole and water-proof do., and all kinds of
Ladies' work made oti reasonable terms and war
ranted. Bres-wax and dry hides taken in payment
for work, at cash prices. HENRY NABRING.
Fayette, July lth, 1S40. 19 tf
N. B. Two Shoe-makers wanted, to do strong
coarse work. ,.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will apply at tha
February term of the County Court of
Howard county, for a final settlement of my ad
ministration on the estate of George W. i rank
lin, dee'd. LUCY FRANKLIN, Adm'r.
November 21st, 1340. 37 4w
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has obtained froni the Clerk of the County
Court of Randolph county, in vacation, letters of
administration on the estate or Thomas J. Pralher,
dee'd., bearing date October 10th, 140. All persons
indebted to said estate, are requested to make im
mediate payment, and those having claims against
it, 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 es
tate, and if not presented within three years, tuny
will be torcver barred.
WILLIAM F. PRATHER, Adm'r.
November 2-itb. Is40 . 33 lt
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has obtained from the Clerk of the County
Court of Saline County, in vacation, letters of
administration, with the will annexed, on tha
estate of Robert Isaacs, dee'd., bearing date
November 2d, 1646. All persons indebted to
aid estate, are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims against it. to
present them, properly authenticated, within
one year from the die of said letters, or they
may be precluded from having any benefit of said
estate, and if not presented within three years.
they will be forever barred.
AND ISAACS, Executrix.
Saline county, November 14th, 1t40. 35 4t
J'OTICE is hereby given that ths undersigned
L l will apply at the January term of the County
Court of Howard county, for a final settlement
of his administration on the estate of Peter H.
JOHN 31. FIERCE, Ad'mr.
NovemberTth, 1S40. ; It.
CLOTHS A splendid assortment, worthy tha
attention of those in need of coats, sold cheap at
the people's store. k. H. Law.
Fayette, Uctober 24th, 1840.
I brown sheet
Fayette, Oct. 24th, 146.
H . L A .
Hardware A general assortment always oa
hand, and for sale low by ft. H. Law.
layette, april 3aih, '49.
Linsey, SatincUs and Flannels, J-c.
RED flannel from 16 cts. to 50 cts.
white do. "20 "60
Yellow, spotted and green do.
A largs stock Satinetu, from 31) to 78 cents
60 ps. Plaid Linseys, from 12 J to 25 cents.
4U Kentucky and Ohio Jesus, sll colors.
qualities and styles, from 25 to Oti cents per yard
(very low.) vail ia and yon win eeruiuly wry.
Ai.LL! Ct ii ICA, AAA
Fayeite, October 3d, 1846. .