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INFANTS silk and tabby velvet cops, for tale
M. by is. iNUUKSJi.
sep. 19th, 1910.
T TcNEIL &. Co , 23 Market Street, would in-
1.TJL vite the attention of the public to their
assortment ot bats and cups, now complete, he'
lieving that they cau oiler superior inducements
to purchasers, cither wholesale or retail.
St. Louis, March Olh, 1817.
ng Glasses just opened at
Fayclte, March 6th, 1947.
STATIONERY. Tim subscriber has just re
ceived a large supply of Stationery, con
sisting of I'uper of alUinds, Quill, Steel Pens,
Ink, Wafers, Sealing Wax, Black Sand, Cedar
and Crayuti Pencils, whirl' will be sold low bv
W.M. R. SNELSON.
Fayette april 13; li , 1910.
To the .Harried Ladies.
We are now opening a fine assortment of L.
W. children's Clocks, tjv.
Children's Z"lvr wool wrappers,
" Stockiii" and Bonis,
Ga'a, Scotch und Oregon 1'lnids (all wool)
and every other article necessary fur Children and
married ladies. Culi and seo.
DAVID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March Otli, 117.
4-4 heavy bruwu Duinestic from 7c to 10c
a-4 " " " " 6 " 8e
4 4 Osnaburgs at tlio reduced price I'-is per yd.
7-S do. do. 10c " "
llleached Domestic from (t to 14 cts. " "
A large stock drillings nod domestic Ging
hams at corresponding low prices.
These goods wero purchased under the Tariff of
IS 10 at 0U per cent, less than they could be bought
at in the Spring, consequently enabling us to sell
much lower than ever before offered in this market.
DA YID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March flih, 1-47.
Linseys, Sutinrtts nnd Flannels, $-c,
RED flannel from 10 cts. to 50 cts.
white do. " 20 " 00 "
Yellow, spotted and green do.
A lurge stock Satinntts, frum 37 J to 73 cents
(tariff repealed )
00 ps. Plaid I.inseys, from 12. to 23 cents.
40 " Kentucky and Ohio Jeans, all colors,
qualities and styles, from 25 :o 0J cents pr yard
(very low.) Call in and you will certainly buy.
DAVID W. HICKMAN
Fayette, Mirch7th, 1817.
Land for nle ! !
fTHE undersigned, desirous to removo to Cali-
X- fornia, offers for sale, on the most accommo
dating terms, twenty thousand acres of Land,
lying principally in the countios of Chariton,
roll, Livingston and Linn. It is well watered and
limbered being selected with great care and par
ticularly adapted to agricultural purposes. Among
these lands there are many good farms now in cul
tivation, varying in price from one hundred dollars
to five thousand, that are desirable situations, to
which the undersigned would respectfully call the
attention of agriculturalists. The lands will be
old in lots of from 100 acres to 010, as it may
be necessary to suit purchasers.
Tkums One fourth of the purchase money, cash,
and a credit of from one to five years will be given
on the romainder, if desired.
New corners and persons wishing to procure
land in either or trie abovo mentioned counties,
are respectfully requested to cull on the under
signed, four miles east of Cnrruliton.
b SA USUAL WOODS.
Carroll county, May Olh, 1-KS. 9 tf
N. B. Persons wishing to emigrate to "Texas,"
and who want to procure cheap homes there, on
(rood terms, are informed, that he has 4,428 acres
of land in that country, which ho will barter for
tiorses, mules, cattle, or any other kind ot stock;
it will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. S. W.
XTARDWARE -Nails, Brads, Carpenter'sbcks,
stock, mortice, clospt and all oilier kind of
locks, screws, hinges of all kinds, augurs, clus.
sels, gouges, plane irons and planes, cut Tacks,
Knives and Forks, Butcher knives, &.C., &e , fur
sale by DAVID W. UlCKMAX,
Fayette, March 0th, 1817.
UR CAPS Finn fur cap-, for sale very low
to close our stock. JOHX McXElL A Co
St Louis, January 10th, 1847.
BENJAMIN H . TWOMBLY,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice In the Courts of Howard, Ran
dolph, Charitonand Carroll counties.
(CT'Uniceon me wesi muui mc i
Fayette, Howard Co., Mo., May 2d, 1646. B-ty
S KELETONS. A fow human Skeletons onhand
tO and for sale low by
Fayetto.april 19th, 1940.
I3ERFUMERY I have received a large sup
ply of Perfumery, consisting of Cologne
Wator. Cosmetics, Fancy Soaps, Oils, &c. which
will bo sold very low. WM.R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 18lh, 1940.
To Consumers of" Iron and Steel.
WE have on hand, and expect constantly to
keep a large and well assorted slock, con
Bar Iron of various sizes,
Round, Rod and Hoop do.
. American Blister, Cast and German Steel,
To which we respectfully invite your attention.
J. RIDDLESBARCER A Co.
Fayette, april 2.rnh, 1940.
SAPPINGTON'S PILLS, for sale by
J. RIDDLESBARGER &. Co.
Fayette, april 2uth, 1840.
nHAMPION'S PILLS, ague and anti-bilious
for sale by J. ltluut,t.sijABui.n y
Fayette, april 2Jth, 1940.
SCHOOL BOOKSA complete assortment of
every description, for sale cheap, by
. WM.R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 19th, 1940.
OAINTS, OILS, &.C. A very large and general
I assortment for sale by WM. K. taoum
Fayette, april 18th. 1940.
SHINGLES. A quantity of good Shingles on
hand and tor sale by
J. Kll)lJL,t.SBAtvur.n oi vu
Fayette, april 20th, 1940
SURGEONS INSTRUMENTS. A general as
sortment just received and for sale by
WiVi. it. BWJi.LiOUJ.il.
Fayette, april 19th, 1840.
fOLESKIN HATS Something elegant and
t I fnahinnnhiR in this line a wavs ready ana
can be fitted at five minutes notice, to a head of
nnv ultAne. to sit like an old hnt.
JOHN McNEIL Si Co.
St. Louis, March 6th, 1947.
CRANEO.METER. Heads of all shapes and
sizes titled with beautiful hats, by
S. NOURSE, No. 09 Main Street.
St. Louis, May 23d, 1840.
Dr. 12. Easterly fc Co.
No. 7G Chesnut Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
Wholesalo and retail dealers in all valuable
Family Medicines, and by special appointment of
the proprietors, are mo only autnorizeu agents in
at. Louis, and general agents tur the western
States and Territories for the following justly pop
Buchan's Hungarian Balsam of Life;
Dr. Swayne's com. syrup of Wild Cherry;
Thomson's com. syr. of Tar ahd Wood Naptha;
Dalley's Magical Pain Extractor;
lew David or Hebrew Plaster;
Detterer' Magic Hair Oil;
Dr. ialsted's Magnetic remedies;
Dr. Allen's Dyspeptic compound;
Dr. Upham's Vegtable Pile Electuary;
Dr. .Smith's Indian veg. sugar coated Pills;
Vegetable Persian Pills;
Morrison's Universal Wygean Pills;
Bower's Infant Cordial; Bartine's Lotion;
Allebasi'g Family Medicines, the bik. salve;
do. ealth Pills and Tooth ache drops;
do. Poor Man's Plaster;
Spencer's Tonic Bitters;
Baker's Diarrhoea Specific;
Dr. Watson's Fever and Ague Pills;
Wynkoop's Tonic mixture for fever and ague;
emley's Worm Syrup, Ox Marrow;
Dr. Bceker' Eye Balsam;
Dr. McLane's Worm Specific;
Sherman's Medicated Toilet soap;
Nerve and Bnne Liniment;
Dr. Lemuel Warren's Tooth Powders;
McAlistrr's All-healing Ointment;
And in fnct every oilier truly valuable medicine
nuw before the public, can be had wholesale and
retail, at this family medical depot, No. 70 Ches
nut st., St. Louis.
Country Merchants, City and Country Drug
gists, and dealers in medicines aro invited to call
und examine our prices. They will be sold 10 per
cent, loss than they can be had elsewhere in the
city. St. Louis, June 20ih, 1S40. 15 ly
XT II A wide brim nutria hats, of a very fine
.J quality fur the aged or persons who do not
admire the narrow brims. A good assortment on
hand by JOHN McNEIL cy Co.
St. Louis, M nchSth, 1847.
SULPHATE QUININE Just received a quan
tity of Quinine and for sale by
Fayette, april 19th, 1940.
171LAX-SEED. The highest market price will
. be paid for Flax-seed, in Goods, by
T noiri i r.u.n'.l.-D B. C
J. lilJJjJuccjJAnujja oc vu.
Fayette, april 25th, 1940.
Hoots and hoe.
We are now receiving a large stock of Winter
Boots and Shoes, which we earnestly request the
public to call and examine.
15 cases kip Bouts, from $1 00 to $2 00,
20 " coarse Brogans, from 1 23 to 3,00
300 pr. Brogans from Ollc to $1 (10,
100 Boys' do. do. 45c " 75,
500 Men's kip do. 75c " $ 00,
Men's fine Calf Bools,
Double soled water proof Boots,
Ladies' winter shoes, &c, and in fact every
article in the shoe line will be found at our house
at astonisinghly low prices. We only ask a call.
U. VIU W. HILKMAX.
Fayelte, March 6th, 1847.
Sugar, Coffee, Spun Cotton and Whiskey.
A full assortment of the above Goods on hand,
and for sale cheap by
DA YID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, iMarch 6th, 1847.
lnrije assortment of CHINA, GLASS AND
QUEENS WARE just received by
SWITZLER & SMITH.
Fayette, August 22d, 1840.
3RANDRETHS PILLS. The genuine Dr.
I J Brandroth's Pills for sale at the Drug and
Buok-Storeof VM. R. SNELSUN.
Fuyetle, September 12th, 1840.
rOYS' cloth, plush acorn top, and volvct caps.
iui saiu uy
September 19th, 1840.
BEAVER, Nutria ond Cassimere hats, of evcTy
slyle and quality by JOHN McNEIL & Co.
St. Louis, March 0th, 1847.
CARPENTER'S Knob Lucks, Hinges, Screws,
Augurs, Planes, Axes, Hatchets, Chisels, in
fact nearly every article in the Hardware line,
which will be sold cheap bv
DAVID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March Cth, 117.
G RIND STONES A superior lot of Osage
grit," fur sale low. by
J. RIDDLESBARGER f Co.
Fayette, November 6th, 1810.
LELAND WRIGHT AND
A. J. WILLIS, having asso
ciated themselves In the
under the style of Wright A
Willis, take this method of
informing their friends and
the public generally, that they
intend keeping on hand a genera! assortment of
all articles in their line ot business, which they
will sell on as accommodating terms as they can
be obtained in Howard or any adjoining couny.
They are prepared to suit coin customers, and
also to extend to punctual customers the usual
All kindsof produce willbe taken in exchange
for work at the nighest cah price, such as green
and dry Hides, Wheal, Corn and Vats, Flour,
Meal, Janes, Linen, Lmsey, iyc.
Than will nrn no nains to merit, and shall
hope to receive, a liberal share of rublic patro
0-Shop, the White House on the corner, two
doors be'.ow R. H. Law's Store.
Fayette, January 17th, 1840. 43 tf
The undersigned having perma
nently located in Glasgow, Mo.,
respectfully informs the citizens of
Howard and adjoining counties, that
he is prepared to manufacture Sad
dles, Bridles, Trunks and Harnesses;
and in short every article usually
made or kept by saddlers; and he
feels confident in saying that work made by him
shall not be inferior to any manufactured in Mis
souri, both in point of material, workmanship,
fashion, and durability. Persons wishing anything
in his line will do well to call and see his work
before purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined
to sell as low as any establishment in the upper
country, and he thinks a little lower. Call end
see for yourselves. A good assortment of work
always on hand, if not, made to order on the
The following articles will be taken in exchange
for work: Hides, Beef-cattle, Bacon, Wheat, Flax
seed,&.c. A. W. ROPER.
Glasgow, November 8th, 1845. 35 2y
J) o o it v i 1 1 e , ITI o .
The subscriber returns thanks to his
customers for their liberal support and
solicits a continuance of favor.
From those who have never visited
his House, ho respectfully begs a trial.
Charges as low as at any other Hotel in this
city. E.'B. McPHERSON.
Boonvillo, November 1st, 1843. 34 tf
E. DEKOEV, Druggist,
No. 48 North Main St., St. Louis,
KEEPS constantly on hand, fresh Drugs, Med
icines, Window-Glass, Glass-Ware, Ladies'
Perfumery, and all the different Patent Medicines,
cheap for Cash. Also, nil the different patent and
Family Medicines at Wholesale and retail.
St. Louis, March 0th, 1947. 52 ly
Beatsoii's Tetter and King
safe and certain cure for Salt Rheum, Tet
X A. ter, Scald Head, Ringworm, Barber's and
Prairie Itch, Mage, Old Sores, &c.
It is highly recommended fur open or ulcerated
Scrofula and Leprosy. No class of diseases have
ever been considered more difficult to cure than
thoso of a cutaneous kind, and it will be conceded
by all intelligent and candid physicians, that a
knowledge of the nature and successful treatment
of them is very limited and imperfect. It is notorious
that many of these disorders havo generally re
sisted all the ordinary means of cure. Hence the
opinion so commonly prevalent, that they are in
curable, and it is probable that befure the discov
ery and introduction of Beatson's justly celebra
ted remedy this belief was well founded. But
wherever lliis medicine hss been known and used,
it has shown this opinion to be erroneous it has
demonstrated the certainty of a radical cure in al
most every case. The proprietor, therefore, con
siders this ointment as a specific for the complaints
This is no "quack" remedy, but really a certain
ond speedy cure: it has proved efficacious in every
case, without a single exception, for the last three
years, and invariably eradicates it in fourteen
days, however invcternto or longstanding. These
assertions can be verified by reference to the nu
merous respectable families who have seen and
felt its efiicacy, and who have, from gratitude,
offered their testimonials. It leaves neither smell
nur stain, and contains nothing of an injurious
OrFor sale by E. DEROIN, Wholesale Drug
gist, 48 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.
St. Louis, March 6th, 1847. 52-ly
GENTLEMAN'S silk plush, sea otter, cloth,
oiled sik, japanned lawn and muslin caps,
for sale by
OIL SILK CAPS.Oil silk cap covers of fine
and medium qualities and the most approved
patterns, for sale by JOHN McNEIL $ Co.
23 Market St., St. Louis. Mo.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS, buying for cash,
will find it to their interest to call and examine
the hats and caps of JOHjN McNEIL ,y Co.
23 Market St., St. Louis, Mo.
China, ft la and OueciiMWare.
tATE are now opening a fine assortment of
V I the above articles, and shall be pleased
to show all who may call prices and gouds, believ
ing we can offer, inducements nut often met with.
DAVID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March Gth, 1847.
SADDLE.1Y. We have on hand the following
articles of Saddler's Trimmings, which will
be sold low.
Fair Calf Skins, Hog Skins,
Bridle bills (all kinds)
Saddle T rees, Plush, Martingale Rings,
lacks, Stirrup Irons, and a General stock of
otner trimmings, we invito the Saddler's to call.
D. W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March 7th, 1847.
ONE hundred bushels best quality for sale, at
ihe Corner Market, Glasgow.
December 2tith, 140.
l or the ftenf lemen.
TAE are now in receipt of a large stock of
T Cloths. CAsstsinREs anu Vestinos. which
being purchased since the great decline in Goods
East, will ennulo us to sell at very reduced
prices; any person in want of the above goods
will do better hero than elsewhere. Stock consist
Blue and black Cloths,
London and sinuked brown,
Grass and Invisible green,
Cadet and all other colours,
Blue, black andfuncy colored Cassimcres,
Plain and striped French black do.
Vestings of all kinds, styles and qualities.
We Only ask a call tnennvinrn vnn ftiHt lliia
ihe pluco is to buy. DA VID W. HICKMAN.
tayette, March 6th, 1S47.
WANTED at Carroll's
apples. Glasgow, December ZOtli, 1848.
Saddle, Bridle, Trunk and Har
ness manufactory.' r-: j...
TfHE undersigned having associated themselves"
JL together for the purpose of carrying on the
above business; have made such arrangements
as will euablo them to sell work much
lower than has ever before been obtained
in this county; ai me same lime pieaging inem
selves that no pains shall be spared in rendering
their articles equal to any manufactured in Mis
souri, either in workmanship or durability. -
A coud assortment of work always on hand and
finished at the shortest notice. All orders in their
line will receive prompt attention.
All kindsof produce, usually taken by Saddlers,
will be taken in exchange for work.
fcV-Shop at the old stand, on the east sine ot the
public square. KR1NG & PATTERSON.
IN. ft. All Kinus oi Jjcainer on nann, anu lor
ale at ihe lowest cash prices. Persons wishing
to purchase, will please call on the undersigned.
JOHN N. KRING.
Fayette, May 16th, 1840. 10 ly
Hats and Caps.
THE subscribers would inform the public that
they continue the Manufacture of Hats and
Cops, at their now stand, No. 23 Market street,
where they are always supplied with a full stock
of the various kindsof goods in use, in their line.
All the latest improvements in the trade have been
adopted by them, and neither pains nor expense
will be spared to make their hats equal in dura
bility and beauty, to any manfactured either east
or west of the mountains.
By an arrangement which they have made, at
much expense, they will produce the New York
Spring and Fall fashions simultaneous with their
production in that city, thus enabling the fashion
able custom to supply themselves a month earlier
Doing excluMvely acash business, the good cus
tomer is not taxed with the delinquency of the bad;
and selling for one price only, the customer is
saved much time and trouble.
Orders for single hats or caps, specifying the
circumference of the head, promptly attended to.
Each and every hat is guarantied to be all that it is
represented in selling, and the subscribers will be
responsible for any deficiency either in the color or
wear. JOHN McNEIL $ Co.,
No. 23 Market St., St. Louis, Mo.
March Ctb, 1947.
Corner of Green and Second Streets,
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
r" 1 1HE subscriber has opened a House in this
J city, at the above place, under the name of
SCO IP'S HOTEL, and has tuken great pains
to construct and furnish it in a stjle suitable fur
the comfort of those who may be pleased to favor
him with a call. From its location, (being near
ine Dost steamboat landing,) the style, construe
tion, and extent of the house, together with un
remitted personal attention on his part, hopes to
uo cuuuicu iu give general satisi action.
WM. C. SCOTT.
St. Louis, February 6th, 1847. 48 6m
184? OR OLD '76.
YE that have eyes, read! Ye that have ears,
listen! Ye that have legs run with all your
might to the New York Cheap Store, (or Jew
Store.) in Glasgow, Howard county, Mo.
S. CHILDS &. BROTH'S, have at last come
to the ustonishing conclusion, fo sell off their pres
ent Stock of tiuods atcost, for several good reasons.
First. To make room for an extensive Stock of
Spring and Summer Goods they are expecting
with tho first Steam boat. Secondly. To un
ravel a mystery, which fur a long time has puz
zled their neighbor Merchants und even Custo
mers, how they could sell their goods at such
low prices, and build fine Store houses in the
But by selling off their present stock at Cost,
tho whole public can see that it does not require
any magic power to sell as low as the Jew Store
in Glasgow, but it only requires sujh arrange
ments, as that of purchasing Goods at such extra
ordinary and astonishing low prices as S. Childs
& Bro's., for as lone os the other Merchants ?o
East but once or twice a year, and then some of
mem only as tur as at. L,ouis, where they have
to pBy pretty dear for their whistles, they never
need to try, either by Auctionir private Sales,
to compete with S. Childs iSr lSro'a. (or the Jews
in Glasgow.) Now Friends, remember that the
Jew Store in Glasgow, has always undersold
every Store on this side of St. Louis, and aro
now selling off at Gust at such prices as will
most assuredly astonish the natives, and their
stuck being as yet very extensive, you can suit
yourselves in ev-jry thing you may wish, from
a Jewsharp down to a fine silk shawl or a gentle
man's cloak, or from a side of sole leather up
to a tine gold breast pin, f-c, yc.
Nuw then, whoever wishes to put his money
to a great deal better interest thon the luw alluws.
I just call at the New York Cheap Store, or Jew
bture, in their fine large new brick store house,
in me upper end or town, where you can seo in
large letters on the front of Ihe house the names
ot CHILDS & BUO'S. Come one come all
No trouble to show goods.
P. S. We will lako in exchange for goods
wneai, nemp, r;txseeu, JjCnns, Jjeeswax, feath
ers, Dry Hides, Furs of all kinds, Dried Fruit,
OSrTO MERCHANTS, who wish to replenish
their slock for Winter, Spring ur Summer, we
would say, that tliey would hud it to their advan
logo to give Ihe New York Cheap Store a call, for
they win nnd that t. Luuis can't face it, either
wholesale or retail. (J. & BRO'S.
Glasgow, January 30, 1847.
IVew Crop Sugar at Carroll!
CARROLL'S Corner has just received direct
from New Orleans 10 hhds new crop sugar
and 30 bags of Cofll-o. His sugar is at least three
shades better than any in town, and two cents
cheaper. The Coffee can't be beat, as a few grains
make a pot Cull. Jfu Us a curiosity to fee! like
a tcWeiafe merchant for a week or two, and there
fore offers a few hogsheads of sugar and sacks of
coffee by tho hogshead and sack. But he will
rC'tail all hecau.
Glasgow, December 20th, 1940.
HE ain't one of the B'hoys that tulks of taking
a trio to Eurone to huv Ills mmd n,l nL
down East and buys a few hundred dollars worth, &
spends 25 percent on the amount in ginger cakes
stops a week at Philadelphia readiiirs sirrns l
comes home, prehaps, the most noin' critter in all
pans. uiasguiv, December 12lh, 14Q.
12 do Pidka slippers,
0 ' thick sole kid, fur winter,
3 " I. R. overshoes,
10 Ladies' thick calf walking shoes,
O Ladies' cloth Gaiters (a beautiful ar
ticle for winter)
White kid and white satin slippers,
Children's and boy's shoes in treat variety.
We request a call. DAVID W. HICKMAN
Payotto, March 6th, 1847.
work, now occunjjj,
:No. 08 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.
KEErS on hand a full supply of Hats, oT hit
own iVantiacJurc, and would Invite the at
tention of Count Merchants to his stock, nnd
also to tho fact that he is manufacturing largely
Hats of the choicest material and icorkmavhip,
enabling him to supply, on short notico, all orders
in his line.
Persons visitinr) the citv and Icavinc their cast,
token bv his Craneometer, can always afterwards
order a hat that is sure to fit the head with per
fect ease. An examination of the cast, taken of
the different shapes of the head, will satisfy any
one of the utility of this method of getting its
Also, caps of his own and eastern make, of all
kinds and qualities.
Also, Leghorn, Panama and Palm Leaf Hats,
for summer wear.
St. Louis, May 9th, 1840. 9 tf
This old and well known establishment has re.
cently been enlarged by the addition of several
rooms, (and renovated from top to bottom, inside
and out,; which will enable the proprietor to ac
commodate at one time a much larger number of
persons. His stables aro attended by an excellent
ostler, his tuble always furnished with the best the
country can atturd, and in short every thing provi
ded for the comfort of his guests. Old Prices.
Boouville, June 27th, 1840. 10 tf
111. Win. It. SiicImoii,
Wholesale and retail dealer
in Drugs, Medicines, Paper,
Stationery, &c, is now receiv
ing the largest stock of Drugs,
Sic, ever imported to this market.
which he is determined shall be
sold at the very lowest prices,
Physicians and dealer seoner-
ally, are respectfully invited to catl.
Fayette, april 18th, 1946.
T7IAMILY BIBLES. A few plendidly bound
and gilt edged family bibles, for sale bv
WM. R. SNELSON.
Favette, april 19th, 1940.
C. .71. VAjLLUAU,
163 Main Street, St. Louis, ITIo.,
Dealer in Stoves, Grates, Hollow-ware, Sheet
Iron, Tin-plate, Copper, Tinner's Tools,
Machines, Wire, Block Tin, (f-c.
BEING connected with one of the most exten
sive Foundries in the West, and having been
several years established in St. Louis, thereby ac
quiring a thorough knowledge of what tho market
requires, purchasers may depend upon always find
ing him supplied with the latest and must desirable
patterns of Cooking, Parlor, Franklin, 7 and 10
plate, Airtight, Funcy and plain Wood and Coal
Stoves of every variety, fancy and common coal
urates, ccc, sic.
Tinneu's Stock. Tin-plate. Block-tin. Wire
Sheet Iron, Brazier's and Sheathing Cupper, Sheet
anu jjiock z,ine, ttivcts, w ire cloth, tars, Candle
stick springs, Tinner's Tools and Machines in
setts, or separate.
OCrPersons ordering, may depend upon having
uieir oruers mummy nned and promptly shipped
oi. jjouis, iuay utn, law. U ly
Carrol's Corner Never Tire!
Just listen awhile, till I tell you (he news,
Of Carrol's Cheap Corner beating the Jews,
For calicoes and coats it beats them all hollow,
And not alone them, but the B'boysin hog-wallow
But that's so well known, on it I'll not dwell,
So I will proceed with what they have to sell:
First comes the Calicoes, cheaper than all,
Of various patterns, both large and small,
Cassinctts, Janes, Domestics, brown and white;
Broad cloth and Cassimeres, to be seen in the light!
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, of the very best grit,
Coats, Pants and Vests, all warranted to fit,
Linscy and apron checks, with sundry other things,
Buttons, tape, pins, noedlos and fiddle strings;
No Muffs, Ealzarines, nor Robes so soon rent,
No! none of those fancy doings at 300 per cent:
But Sugar and Coffee, Leather, Iron and Nails,
And the best old Rye Whiskey to hoist up your sails,
Five per cent above proof, 15 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 for cash!
Glasgow, December 12lh, 1940.
I SAY, Tom, I guess them tarnal fools won't say
Carroll's Corner ain't in town any more now.
The Jews have moved up in their fine new store,
and it looks like Bosling. Hugwallow and the
lower end of town, looks like way down in the
Hurricane among them gullies. The upper end of
town is the place for business and bargains. What
Ca rro'l's Corner don't sell, Ihe Jews giveaway.
Well, they don't do any thing else. ,
Glasgow, November 14th, 1840.
I SAY Smith, where did you buy that good Iron
you shod my horse with t'other dav? At Car.
roll's Corner, nnd no where else! What makes
his iron so much better than any other! Why,
Carroll says it was sunk and laid in the river till
it L'ot riiht suple and touvb! He sells 1.2 Pont
cheaper than any of the rest ot them Huggamon-
iii UUS2UW. wen, ne don t do nothing
Glasgow, December 12th, 1940.
For the Ij.-ulies.
Y7 E are nuw uiTering a desirable lot of the
following styles of Goods, which we in
vite your attention to
Rich Paris and Lundon Cashmeres,
" " Delones and Lama Cloths,
Ladies' dress silk, (all colors,)
Black and fancy col'd Alpacas,
Ringold and Point Isabel Plaids, fur children,
Ringold and Point L abel Shawls (a new article)
Rich Terkeraand Cashmere do., latest styles,
Black silk and Thibet wool do.
Wool shawls, all prices, qualities and styles.
A 1..... I.. .1 1 I.-.J , ' '
jx iurgc iuv uireau cugings anu inserungs,
Swiss Edgings and Inserting,
Lisle and Bobbiuett do. do.
Victoriu, Texas and Oregon Gloves,
A fine assortment kid do.
10 ps. Scotch and Eastern Ginghams,
Lama wool Cashmere and Alpaca hose,
Lumb's wool and cotton do.
Boiinetts, Artificial flowers. Rihhnns.
U.S. and C. hdkf's., velvet Cravats, Chimezetts,
jduii ureses anu Graduated Swiss book Rubes,
Shaded Robes, &c, &c.
We invite the Ladies' to call, believing wo can
supply their wants better than any other house in
upper jMissouri. ALLEN A HICKMAN.
Fayette, October 3d, H40.
'MITH'S SUGAR COATED PILLS At Car-
- J roll's corner, thev taste, of suimr. nnd nut r
honey as those at the drug storu.
Ulasgow, IMou 22il, 1M40.
Sec how that Coat fits!
DID you got that coat at Corroll's Cornerl
Well, I didn't get it any where else. I tell
you, Boh, that is Murtin's No. 2, and I recom
mend all the b'hoys to go there for nice fits and
cheap goods. Glasgow, Nov. 21st, 1840.
OLD rye whiskey just received. Call at Car
roll's corner, if you want real good old Rye.
It is too strong for coffee house use without water'
Glasgow, December iOth, 1848.
nut us jtr nnn
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Taney nd
merienn Drv Goods, Groceries, Queens aari
nrieea. t tha Ana n...
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brick Store abovo Carroll's Corner.
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Ulasgow, January u, low. ?. ly
I HAVE this day associated with me in busi
ness, Mr. JOHN A. SPENCER, late foreman
of my manufactory, and Tor many years Superin
tendent of the most fashionable Hut establish
ment in New York city, and will continue tny
business at the old stand, 39 Main St., under the
style of John McNeil & Co. Persons indebted
to me on account of my past business, are re
quested to call and settle their accounts imme-
diately. Uuring my absence east, mr. jonn a.
Spencer is authorized to receipt for those accounts.
St. Louis, January 4th, 1846.
JOHN McNEIL &. CO. would respectfully in
form the public that they have removed their
at and Cap Establishment to No. 23 Market
street, the store lately occupied by Barber, ayes
iSf Co., and formerly by Win. . McKinstry,
where they will at all times have on band a fino
stock of every article in their line. The reputa
tion of their hats they consider too well estab
lished to need the aid of a puff, and they take
this opportunity to assure their customers that tha
same efforts that have gained that reputation shall
be continued, and that every change of style, and
every improvement in manufacture or material,
shall be instantly adopted, and no pains spared to
make their goods in every way acceptable to the
public. JOHN Mc XEIL if Co. ,
No. 23 Market it
St. Louis, January 16th, 1847.
CLOTH CAPS A first rate assortment can be
seen at 23 Market si.
JOHN McNEIL 4 Co.
St. Louis, January 16th, 1947.
OIL SILK CAPS Oil silk, of the "Ringgold"
and other patterns.
JOHN McNEIL $ Co.
St. Louis, January 10th,' 1947.
C CARROLL'S can't be beat. That's the place
J for bargains. He sells goods cheaper than
any store in town. None of your 27 3-4 Whiskey!
Ha! ha! ha! Glasgow, December 25th, 1848.
lftn PACKAGES just received by the con
JJJ tcmplated rail road. Those Germans
will have their Catfish line in full blast by spring.
They are to swallow the groceries, &c, 4fC., and
tow a barge with dry goods. So says Carroll I
Glasgow, Nov. 14lh, 1846.
Texas and Mexico.
MITCHELL'S late published Map of Texas
Oregon and California, for sale by
DAVID IF. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March 6th, 1847.
rriWO barrels Liusecd Oil in store and for saro
1- by DAVID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March 6th, 1947.
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To Mr. Henry C. Myers, Fayette, Mo.
Further evidence of the cjjiicacy of Myers' Rheu
. Fayette, Feb. 1st, 1847.
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nr ,t r. Favette, Feb. 10th, 1347.
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Read the following Letter from the Rev. Dr. Reei,
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, Fayette, February 18th, 1947.
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