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DESPATCHES FROM GEN. TAYLOR.
"HiADoDAMtki Abmt or Occor-Ation.
Camp on the field of battle, Buena Vista,
' ' ' ' ' Mexico, February 24, 1847,
Sib: I have the honor to tenor't that, havinc
become aseured on the 20th Inst, that the enemy
had assembled in very heavy force at Encarna.
clon, thiny miles in front of Agua Nueva, with
the evident design of attacking my position,' I
broke up my camp at the latter place on the 21st,
and look up a strong line in front of Buena
Vista, seven miles south of Saltillo. A cavalry
force left at Agua Nueva for the purpose of cover
ing the removal of supplies, was driven in du
ring the night, and on the morning of the 22d,
the Mexican army appeared immediately in front
of our position. At 11 o'clock, a. m., a flag
was sent, bearing from Gen. Santa Anna a sum
mons of unconditional surrender. To which I
Immediately returned a negative reply. The
summons end my reply are herewith enclosed.
The action was commenced late in the afternoon,
between the light troops on the left flank, but
was not seriously engaged until the morning of
the 23d, when the enemy made an effort to force
the left flank of our position. An obstinate and
sanguinary conflict was maintained, with short
intervals, throughout the day, the result being
that the enemy was completely repulsed from
our lines. An attack of cavalry upon the rancho
of Buena Vista, and a demonstration upon the
ctty of Saltillo itself, were likewise handsomely
repelled. ' Early in the night, the enemy with,
drew from his camp and fell back upon Agua
Nueva, a distance of twelve miles.
Our own force engaged at all points In this ac
tion fell somewhat ahort of 6,400 men, while
that of the enemy, from the statement of Gener.
al Santa Anna, may be estimated at 20.000.
Our success against such great odds ia a sufficient
encomium on the good conduct of our troops. In
a more detailed official report, I shalljhave the
satisfaction of bringing to the notice of the Gov.
ernment the conspicious gallantry of particular
officers and corps. 1 may be permitted here,
however, to acknowledge my great obligations to
Brig. Gen. Wool, the second in command, to
whom I feel particularly indebted for his valua
ble services on this occasion
Our loss haa been very severe, and will not
Erobably fall short of TOO men. The Mexican
iss has been immense. I shall take the earli
est opportunity of forwarding a correct list of the
casualties of the day.
I am, sir, very respectfully, your ob't serv't,
Mai. General U. S. A. commanding.
The Adjt. Gen. of the Army, Washington, D. C.
Summons of Santa Ann to General Taylor.
You are summoned by twenty.four thousand
men, and cannot, in any human probability,
avoid suffering a rout, and being cut to pieces
with your troops; but, as you deserve considera
tion and particular esteem, I wish to save you
from a catastrophe, and for that purpose give you
this notice, in Older that you may surrender at
discretion, under the assurance that you will be
treated with the consideiation belonging to the
Mexican character, to which end you will be
granted an hour's time to make up your mind, to
commence from the moment my flag of truce ar
rives in your camp.
With this view, I assure you of my particu
God and liberty. Camp at Encantada, Feb.
ANT. LOPEZ DE SANTA ANNA.
To Gen. Z. Tatlob, commanding the forces
of the U. S.
Headquarters Abut Occupation, )
Near Buena Vista, Feb. 22d, 1847. j
Sib: In reply to your note of this date, sum
moning me to surrender my forces at discretion,
1 beg leave to say that 1 decline acceding to your
With high respect, I am sir, your ob't serv't.,
Maj. Gen. United States Army, commanding.
Senor Gen. D. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna,
Commander-in-chief, La Encantada.
Headquarters Abmt of Occupation, )
Saltillo, Feb. 25, 1847. J
Sib: 1 have respectfully to report thai the main
Mexican force ia yet at Agua Nueva. Our troops
bold the positions which they have so well delen
ded, and are prepared to receive the enemy,
should he venture another attack.
An arrangement baa been made with Gen
Santa Anna for an exchange of prisoners, by
which we shall receive all, or nearly all, of those
caDtured from us. at different times, besides the
few taken in the action of the 23d. Our woun
ded, as well aa those of the Mexicans which
have fallen into our hands, have been removed to
this place, and are rendered comfortable.
Our loss in the recent actions, so far as ascer-
tained, amounts to 264 killed, 450 wounded, and
26 missing. One company of the Kentucky
cavalry is not included in this statement, us cas
ualties not being yet reported. I respectfully en
close a list of the commissioned officers killed
and wounded, embracing many names of the
1 am air, very respectfully, your ob't serv't.
The Adjt. Gen. of the Army, Washington, D. C.
Headquarters Abmt or Occupation,
Agua Nueva, March 1, 1847.
Sib: I have the honor to report that the troops
of mv command occupied their original camp at
this place on the 27th of February, the last of
the Mexican army leaving on the morning of that
day in the direction of San Luis. It ia ascertain
ed that the enemy ia in full retreat, and in a very
disorganized condition; the men deserting and
dying of starvation in great numbers. I despatch
command this day aa far as (Encarnacion, td
harrass bis rear and secure whatever military
supplies may be found there.
From the statements of Mexican officers, par
ticularly of the Medical ataff left to succor the
wounded, there seems no doubt that their loss in
the recent action ia moderately estimated at
1,500, and may reach 2,000 men, killed and
wounded, besides 2,000 or 3,000 deserters.
Many officers of rank were lost. 1 enclose a
list of the flames of our own killed and wounded,
made aa complete as practicable at this place.
One regiment of (Kentucky) cavalry ia not in
cluded, its return not being rendered.
The enemy bad fully reckoned upon our total
rout, and had made arrangementa to intercept our
retreat and cut aff the army, stationing for that
purpose corps of cavalry, not only immediately
in our rear, but even below Monterey. I regret
to report that they succeeded near the village
of Marin in destroying train of supplies and
killing a considerable number of the escort and
teamsters. Col. Morgan, 2d Ohio regiment on
his march from Ceralvo to Monrerey, was infes
ted by the Mexican cavalry, with which he had
several encounters, but finally dispersed them
with small loss on bis own part. Copt. Graham A.
Q. M i volunteer service, was mortally wounded
In one of these affairs. I have no doubt that the
defeat of the main army at Buena Viata will aa
cure our line of communication from further in
terruption, but I atill propose in a few day! to
change my headquarters to' Monterey, wiih a
view to make such further arrangements aa may
be necessary in that quarter.
The dispositions made to harrass our rear, vin
dicate the policy and .necessity of defending
a position in front of Saltillo, where a defeat has
thrown the enemy far back into the interior. , No
result so decisive could have been obtained by
holding Monterey, and our communications
would have been constantly in jeopardy,
I am, sir, very respectfully, your ob't serv't,
Maj. Gen. United States Army, commanding.
The Adjt. Gen. of the Army, Washington D. C.
ILjTWhilst in St. Louis, we took a atroll
through the Mammoth Furniture Ware.
room of Messrs. Ellett & Scarrilt. It
would be impossible to enumerate every
article kept by them. Suffice it to say
that any one wishing to furnish a house
complete, with useful and ornamental fur
niture, they can procure it there. See ad
vertisement. St. LOUIS MARKET April 12th.
The ereat scarcity of money continuesv-to de
press the operations oC the market, and prices of
most articles are drooping. There was but little
done in flour most buyers were offering A4 371
a 4 40 to-day, which holders refuse; and the
only sale were, iuu bbls. Boonville at 4 50.
and 500 bbls. Lowell at $4 45. Wheat continues
heavy, and the price is drooping. ' Sales comprise
some 7,uuu bushels interior to prime in sacks, for
shipment, ranging; from 70 to Vitc., and exclusive
of sacks, at from 65 to 60 cts.; one lot choice, was
taken at eoc. per bushel, ut corn, sales embrace
about 4,000 bushel! at 50,51 and 52c.. in cotton
and osnabure sacks. Of oats, about 2000 bushels
at 64 to 53c, according to condi'.ion of sacks.
Advices of a decline in the New Orleana market.
received this afternoon, will probably cause the
price to recede. Of flaxseed, sales at Al 05 a
yi iv, ana suu ousneis at 91 10 per bushel.
Hemp was neavy and inclined to give wav to-dav.
though holders remain pretty firm, and sales were
quite limited, among which were 134 bales, in
loose condition, in three Iota at 484. 40 bales
at $85, 50 bales fair, in order, at $90, and 572
loose and in order, troin store and levee at ftSj'-J a
a $95, on short time.
Provisions are also drooping. Sales to-dav. 116
half bbls. mess nork at SO. Of Bacon. 18 casks
at 4 J, 5J and 63c; 16 casks, chiefly sides, at 5, 6
and 6Jc, for shoulders, hams and sides; 95 casks,
ai jc. tor snouiders, and UJc. for sides and hams;
5 casks shoulders at 4 Jc, and 10 casks aides at
7c. per lb. Nothing in Lard.
NEW ORLEANS April 6.
Of Flour, 800 bbls. Indiana, on the steamboat
landing, $5,75 and 1200 Ills, lined, at 6 quiet,
more sellers than buyers. Of Corn, 7500 sacks,
including IIW) (400 white in cottonsacks. and
700 white and yellow) at 80c: 2250 flOOO white
and 450 and 800 white, yellow and mixed) at 85c;
1500 white and mixed in mixed bags, at 87 Jc; and
3500 bushels yellow, per flatboat, at 9Uc. Of
Oats, 450 sacks at 73c., and 200 at 75, a decline
sun looking down. Ut Fork, 45 bbls. mess, at $15.
Ut Bacon, 20 casks, sides, at 8 J. Of Bulk Pork,
100,000 lbs. at $5,60 hog round.
frt- There is a dread disease in which Life and
Death are so strangely blended, that Death takes
the glow and hue of Life, and Life the gaunt and
grisly form of Death. That disease is Consump
tion. Reader! beware of its approaches! Are
you afflicted with a dangerous Cough, Pain in the
Side, Difficulty of Breathing, or any of the first
symptoms of Consumption! If so, have resort at
once to the Great English Remedy, Buchan's Hun
garian Balsam of Life, and you are safe. This is
no quack nostrum, but a standard English Medi
cine of known and established efficacy. The Agents
win show you abundant evidence ot its wonderful
Pamphlets respecting this Great English Reme
dy may be had gratis of Wh. K. Snelson, Drug
gist, only agent in Fayette, Mo.
Head the advertisement in another column of
DIED Of Typhoid fever, in January last, in
the American camp, at El Passo.in New Mexico,
JUHN LtiLAND, in the 21st year of his age, eld
est son of the Hon. John D. Leland of this county
mnd and dutiful as a son, tender and affectionate
as a brother, and firm, unassuming, intelligent.
and full of generous aspirations, as a man his
beginning of life wss full of hope and promise
to nis parents and friends. Upon the call ot bis
country for troops, he enrolled himself last Spring
aa a member ot uie Howard company in uoni
pban's Regiment of Missouri volunteers; and from
that timo until his death, potting aside all sel
fishness, he served in the ranks, a volunteer sol
dier without fear or reproach. Although bis
death was not on the battle field, bis parents, who
survive nim, will nnd consolation in the reflection
that he died in the, service of bis country and
that in her memory his name shall live as one
who laid down his life in maintaining the honor
ana giory 01 ner nag.
"NATURE AND EXPERIENCE OUR GUIDE."
The extraordinary and well authenticated cures
wrought by the celebrated Sugar Coated Fills,
or Dr. Smith's Improved Indian Vegetable fills,
bave naturally drawn public attention to them.
Perhaps in the history of Medicine, from the time
ot Hippocrates to the present day, there is no
evidence of a medical compound obtaining equal
celebrity in ao ahort a time. There was never
a medicine recommended by such high authority
as Dr. Smith's Pills. Besides their great curative
properties, (possessing as they do, such aatonish-
me powers to open all the natural drains or toe
body, viz: the Lungs, Kidneys, Skin, and Bow
els,) they are, unlike all other pills, extremely
pleasant, being coated with sugar, and as they do
not gripe, uor produce nausea, or any other un
pleasant consequences, they have become very
popular for Dyspepsia, Head-ache, Costiveness,
Bilious complaints, Foul Stomach, Fevers, Worms,
Want of Appetite, Impurities of the Blood, Ob
structions and Female Complaints generally,
Uolds, drc. una or toe most influential sad be
nevolent ladies in New York, Mrs. S. A. Gould,
Matron of the U. 8. Naval Hospital, aays, "There
is no medicine in her knowledge ao well adapted
to the numerous ailments or mankind, as 1)1
Smith's Sugar Coated Pills." She especially re
commends thein to ladies. Read her certificate
in the oamohlet.
Dealers furnished at the New York College of
Health, 179 Greenwich street, New York, and by
Ut. Easterly y Co , Wo. 70 Uhesnut atreet, ot.
Louis, Mo., General Agents for the Western States.
f or sale in rayette, mo., by w at. n. bnelson
Druggist, agent. O. Henderson, agent for Glas
CAUTION ! Aa a miserable imitation haa been
made, by the name of "Sugar Coated Pills," it is
necessary to be sure that Dr. G. Benj'n Smith's
signature is on every box. Price 25 cents.
April 17lh, 1847. ' 6-3t
Tetter and Ringworm Ointment.
EATSON'S Tetter and Ringworm Oiot
ment A certain cure for those very un
pleasant diseases, also for all diseases ot the
skin, for sale by WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, April, 17th, 1817.
, TRUSTEE'S SALE.
By virtue of a deed of Trust, executed by
Elxa Tracv and wife, dated 3d January 1845.
and recorded in the office of the Recorder of
Howard County, In Book V, page 21 and 22. 1
will sell, for Cash, before the Court House door,
in Fayette, on Saturday the 8th of May next.
Lot No. 99, in Fayette, commencing at the Alley
between lots 98 and 99 on second Main Street
and fronting 29 feet 8 Inches 00 said second
Main Street, and running back 82 feet 4 inches.
Title believed to be perfect, but such only as
I have, will be conveyed to the purchaser.
A. J. HERNDON, Trustee.
April 17th, 1847. 6-4t
Regular Weekly Packet, v
For Jrfferion City, Boonville, Glasgow, Keytesville,
and all intermediate Landing!,
The splendid, swift passen-
er steamer LEWIS F.LINN,
Kennett. Master, having
been thoroughly repaired, will commence her reg
ular trips on the opening of navigation, and will
leave St. Louis every Monday afternoon, at 6
o'clock, and Keytesville Landing every Wednes
day evening, at 9 o'clock, snd Glasgow at 12
o'clock, A. M-, Thursday. On her downward trip,
ino u. e. l.inn win be at Arrow Kock, Boonville,
Rocbeport, Providence and Nashville on Thurs
day; on Friday, at Marion, Stonesport, Jefferson
City, Cote Sans Dessein, Smith's Landing, Port
land, Hermann, Loutre Island, Pinckney, Wash
ington, South Point and Point Labadie, and will
arrive in St. Louis early Saturday Morning.
For Freight or Passage apply on Board, or to
N. RANNEY fr Co.,
No. 51 Front Street, St. Louis.
LISBON APPLEGATE, Keytesville.
JAS. T. JOHNSON, Boonville.
April 10th, 1847. .
BOOT AND SHOE-MAKER,
LTAS opened a shop on the south-west side of
JLJL the public square, next door to Mr. Ma
jor s Cabinet Shop, where he is prepared to at
tend to all orders in bis line of busiuess. with
neatness and despatch, and on the most reasonble
terms. His stock embracing Morocco, patent
leather, and calf, is very superior and his lasts
or uie most approved fashion
Fine dress boots, sewed heel, $7,00
Coarse 6 ne boots, pegged heel, 6,00
Coarse boo ts, sewed, 4.00
Ladies', gentlemen's, and children's Shoes, of
every Description, made to order.
(fj-AU work warranted.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
Fayette, April 17tb, 1847.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has obtained from the Clerk of the Countv
n . - it j . . - . . . . -
vuun 01 nowaro county, letters or administration
wnn toe win annexed, on the estate of William
Lambert, dee'd., bearing date April 10th, 1847. All
persons indebted to said estate, are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having claims
againstit, to present them, properly authenticated,
wunin one year troin the date or said letters, or
they may be precluded from having any benefit of
saia estate, ana 11 not presented within three
years, they will be forever barred.
oi fc.rllr.iN STEMMONS, Adm'r.
April 17ih, 1947. 6 4t
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
. RIDDLESBARGER. JOHN D. FERRY.
J. Riddlesbarger Sc. Co.,
RESPECTFULLY call the attention of their
old friends, and purchasers of goods gen
erally, to their very extensive stock of Seasona
ble goods, comprising in part
liotns, tjassi meres and Kentucky Jeans,
French and Fancy striped Summer Cassi meres,
Striped, checked, and plain Linens,
A great variety of Summer stuffs, for bovs'
satin, Silk and Mersailes Vesting,
Silk and Cotton Cravats,
Stocks, Gloves and Silk pocket hdkfs.,
A very large stock of Hats, Boots and Shoes,
400 ps. of English and American Calicoes,
Scotch Ginghams and Lawns,
Organda and painted muslins,
Mohair Lustres, for Ladies dresses,
Tarlton plaids and Embroidered Bareges,
Balzarine Robes and plaid Ginghams,
Extra real Alpaccas, black and col'd,
Mull, Swiss and Book Muslin,
Jaconet, Cambric and Bishop Lawns,
Black Italian Silk,
Blue and black satin striped silk,
Fig'd and Fancy col'd do. do.
Linen and Silk Pocket hdk fs.,
French needle worked collars,
Ladies' Cravats and Ties,
White, black and Pink crape,
Rich black Silk Shawls,
" col'd do. do.
Embroidered Mous De Lane Shawls,
Plain black do. do. do.
Rich heavy fringed black Silk Shawls,
" " col'd do. do.
Black Cashmere do.
Thread and Lisle Laces and Edgings,
Silk Gloves and Mitts, long and short,
Black andcol'd Kid Gloves,
Rich Bonnet and Cop Ribbons,
Tha latest style of Bonnets and Flowers,
Silk, Cotton and Cashmere hose,
Swiss edgings and Laces,
Grass and Mersailles Skirts,
Rich satin striped Barage Scarfs,
Table and towel diaper,
Bleached and brown domestic,
Bleached and brown drillings,
Osnaburg, Bed Ticking and Cotton Yarns.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Collins' and Hunt's axes,
Drawing Knives and hatchets,
Trace chains, bames and horse collars,
Blind bridles, back bands and Saddlebags,
Knives and forks, Spoons, butcher and Shoe
nnives, and a variety ot other articles in that line
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses and Salt,
Allspice, Pepper, Ginger. Nutmegs.
Rice, SaieraiuB, Camphor and Cloves, together
with a general assortment of Uue. ns, China and
We also have 00 hand a general assortment of
iron, ateei, nans and Hastings, all ot which will
be sold at the lowest possible prices to our custo
mers, or exchanged for the following kinds of
produce: Hemp, Wheat, Bacon, Linen, Flaxseed
Beeswax, realhers, ate.
April Hlb, 1847.
To the Ladies.
We bave a beautiful assortment of Fig'd, Satin
striped, black, col a ana blue block dress Silks
Mohair Lustre, and Lawns,
Balzarines and alpaccas,
' Organda's, Scotch and Organda ginghama,
Laces, Edgings, Ribbons and Flowers,
Bonnets, Gloves, Silk and cotton hose.
Children's Leghorn and Velvet bata and caps,
Tl I - 1 .- 1 - I I
men aaiiD sinpe vcari auu vnawis,
Fringed 8-4 black shawls, and many other de
sirable articles. J. ruuui.iiSttAtuii.ti a, Co
april 17lb, 1847.
Look at This!
KAnn BUSHELS of Wheat wanted, for
JUUU which we will pay THE CASH
fore good merchantable article,
apr 10. J. RIDD LESBARQER d Co.
Look at this.
5 Ann BUSHELS WHEAT WANTED.
,JVJU We will pay 50 cents cssh for
Wheat now and 66 when our Steamer A lgoma
arrives with our new sacks. '
J. RIDDLESBARGER &. Co.
Fayette, april 17th, 1847.
Itacon ! Bacon !
WE will eive 6 cents per pound for good bacon
sides; 5 cents for hog round; snd 6 cents for good
clean lard in barrels or kegs.
apr 10 J. KIDDLESBARUER dj Co.
. Flax Seed.
apr 10. J. RIDDLESBARGER 4 Co.
Flax and Tow Linen.
1 finn YARDS WANTED Immediately,
iwuu for which a fair price
' price will be paid.
RIDDLESBARGER d Co.
New Dry Woods.
OUR DRY GOODS are arriving, and will be
open, and ready for sale, in our new store,
on Monday next Hughes, Birch Si Ward.
april 10, 1847.
FIFTY-FIVE cents per bushel for merchanta
ble wheat, delivered on the river.
HUGHES, BIRCH Sl WARD.
april 10, 1847.
INETY cents for clean flax-seed.
HUGHES, BIRCH &. WARD.
april 10, 1847,
WE will pay SEVENTY dollars per Ton, for
good merchantable dew-rotted HEMP,
delivered in Glasgow, Franklin, or Rocbeport,
through the montha of April and May, in first
rate shipping order.
HUGHES, BIRCH &. WARD.
Fayette, March 27th, 1847.
We will pay six cents per pound, for fine clear
sides, if delivered in this place, in good order, in
toe month ot April.
HUGHES, BIRCH d WARD.
Fayette, March 27th. 1847.
WE are now receiving, and offer for sale,
30 hhds. prime N. O. Sugar,
60 Sacks coffee,
40 boxes M. R. raisins,
1 tierce Rice,
40 Kegs Juniata nails,
10 Tons assorted iron.
3000 pds. spun cotton,
20 barrels sugar house molasses.
4 " golden syrup,
3000 pds. No. 1 Loaf Sugar,
5 barrels Linseed oil,
100 kegs white Lead,
5 barrels pure Tanner's oil,
3 " Lamp-black,
400 sacks coarse salt,
100 " fine "
150 bbls. Kanhawa '
Together with a full stock of castings, Glassware
Window disss, Brooms, names, Black-smiths
Bellows', Saleratus, Elyptic springs, &c.; and in
ten days will receive and open the largest and
finest stock 01 dry goods ever ottered in this mark
et. HUGHES, BIRCH d- WARD.
Fayette, March 27th, 1847.
T 1ST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post
M-J Office at Fayette, Missouri, April 1st, 1847:
Jones Aslcntine Miss
Adams William 2
Johnson Fisher 2
Key Martin A
Kelly Mary Miss
Bronaugh William 2
Lanter Elizabeth Miss S
Becket U 13
Mathews Benjamin 2
Oneal Elizabeth Mrs
Patrick George Green
Rollings J W
Rosson William 2
Sinor James E 2
J D Smith Doctor
Turner John H
Wiett Oliver P
Warren W W
Wilhoite Andrew N
Wilson W B
W. TAYLOR, P.M.
Collier Esther Mrs
Connelly James C
Clark Matilda Miss
Crane Tarlton L
Dale William W
Dicy Douglass Mrs
Estes William N
Foster Elizabeth Miss
Gibbs T W
Griffith D W
Harding Charles B
Humes Joel 2
Hall H G
Johnson M M
"PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
JL by virtue ot a Deed ot Trust, executed by
Jeremiah Kucker and isarati b. Kucker, his wife.
dated 3rd December, 1846, conveying to the un
dersigned for purposes therein named, certain
real and personal property, which Deed ot Trust
is on record in the Recorder's Office of Howard
County, in Book W, page 473 and following, I
shall, on Saturday, the first day of May, 1847, be
tween V 0 clock, A. At. and o o'clock, 1'. M., ot
that day, offer for sale, at public out-cry to tb
highest bidder, for cash, at the residence ot Jere
miah Rucker, in Howard county, about 316 acres
ot land, being the farm on which said Kucker re
sides; the whole of which land is enclosed, ex
cept about 30 acres. About 200 acres of said land
is in a high state of cultivation and the residue
well set in timothy and blue grass. About I'M
acres of the cultivated land was sown down last
Fall in Wheat, which is growing finely, and
promises to yield an excellent crop; upon which
land is situates good and convenient dwelling
bouse, together with out bouses and an excellent
barn. Said land is situate on the road leading
from Fayette to Kocheport, about 4 miles Irom
the latter place. Also,
THREE LIKELY NEGROES,
two men and one girl.
Also, four bead of houses;
fifty hogs; ten head of cat
tle; thirty bead of sheep.
Also, a valuable lot of f ahuinu utensils
aud household and kitchen ruruiture.
Said property will be sold to satisfy certain
debts recited in said deed, due George W. Ward
Adm'r. of Wm. T. Ward; Win. Payne, Guardian
of John W. Payne, Jesse lurner, Z. Benson and J
The tillo to all said property is believed to be
indisputable, but only such title will be made to
the purchaser as is vested in me by said Deed of
Trust. W.U. PAYNE, Trustee.
April 3d, 1847. 3t
BOYS' cloth, plush acorn top, and volvet cops,
for sale by s. NOURSE.
September lull), 1140.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE,
. In Glasgow.
THE undorsigned wishes to dispose Of the fol
lowing property, elieibly situated In Glas
gow, vis: A lot, on which there is a good frame
building, with three good rooms, a smoke house,
and a wall of good water. Also, a lot on which
there is a Blacksmith shop, snd a large building
commenced for a wagon maker's shop.
The above property can be purchased on rea
sonable terms, for cash in hand, or on a credit of
six months, the parchaser giving bond with ap
proved security. A. ASHLEY.
Glasgow, April 3d, 1847. 4 tf
847. Tuesday Packet. 187.
For Portland, Jefferson Citu. Boonville
and Glasgow, Missouri River.
The new and splendid double
engine steamer ROWENA,
wk. C. Jewett, Master, will
run as a regular weekly packet to Glasgow, com
mencing on the opening of navigation, and will
leave St. Louis every Tuesday, at 6 o'clock, r. ..
and will be at Herman, Portland and Jefferson City
every Wednesday; at Marion, itashville.rrovidence,
Rochepoit, Boonville, and Glasgow every Thurs
day. Returning, the ROWENA will leave Glasgow
every Friday, at 12 o'clock, m.; will be at Arrow
KocK, boonville, Kocheport, Providence Nash
ville, Marion, Claysville, and Jefferson city, same
day; at mouth of Osage, Cote Sans Dessein, Smith
ana xoungs Landings, 1'ortland, i,outre Island,
Herman, Washingon, South Point, Augusta, and
St. Charles on Saturday, and arrive in St. Louis
early on Sunday morning.
IliiKUWtJIA is building expressly for the
Missouri river, and being of light draught, pas
sengers and shippers may rely upon her remaining
in the trade botn in high and low water, and
upon the regularity of her arrivals and departures.
Her officers confidently hope, by attention to their
business, to merit a share of the patronage so
liberally bestowed upon her favorite namesake.
ror freight or passage apply 00 board, or to
RANNEY 4- Co., 25 Front St.
February 6th, 1647.
Regular Weekly Packet,
For Jefferson City, Boonville, Glasgow, and
all intermediate landings.
The staunch built passenger
stoamer TOBACCO PLANT,
Capt. N. J. Eaton, will com
mence her regular trips for Glasgow, Mo., on the
opening of navigation, and will leave St. Louis
every Saturday Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, and Glas
gow every Tuesday Morning, at 1U o'clock. Un
her downward trip the Tobacco Plant will be at
Arrow Rock, Boonville, Rocheport, Mount Ver
non, 1'rovidence und JNasbville, on luesday; at
Marion, Stonesport, Jefferson City, Mouth of
Osage, Cote Sans Dessein, Smith's Landing,
Young s Landing, Portland, Herman, .Loutre Is
land, Pinckney, Washington, South Point and
Mount Pleasant, on Wednesday, and will reach
St. Louis early on Thursday.
ror freight or passage apply on board or to
RANNEY cf- CO., St. Louis,
WILSON dj- BROWN, Boonville,
R. V. HARVEY, Boonville,
R. P. HAN ENKAMP d Co., Glasgow.
February 6th, 1847.
Kcgular Weekly 1'ackct,
For Jefferson City, Boonville and Glasgow,
The new and commodious
passenger steamer ALGOMA,
Anderson Milled, Jr., Mas
ter, will commence her regular trips in the above
trade, on the opening of navigation.
On the upward trip the ALGOMA will leave Si
Louis on every Wednesday at 6 o'clock, P. h., and
arrive at Glasgow on Friday afternoon. On the
downward trio, the ALGOMA will leave Glasgow
every Saturday morning, at a o clock, and win be
at Arrow Rock, Boonville, Rocheport, Providence,
Nashville, Marion, Claysville and Jefferson city,
same day. At Cote cans uet aeia, famitli s and
Young's landings, Portland, Herman, and Wash
ington. on Sunday, and arrive at Si. Louis on
Agents: R. P. HANENKAMP 4- Co., Glasgow.
JtSSSiS BlcaiAHt,IN, Arrow Kock.
C. & J. JONES, Boonville.
L. P. MARSHALL, Rocheport.
PLUMP &. Co., Jefferson City.
D. C. ARENS, Portland.
R. F. SASS, St. Louis.
February 6th, 1847.
DRS. J. C. PARRISH & A. PATTISON,
DOTANIC Physicians, having permancmly.Io
13 cated themselves near Fayette, on the place
lately occupied by Washington Bushears, about
one quarter of a mile north east of Wilioughby
Williams', otter their professional services, in all
its various branches, to the citizens ot Howard
county. They respectfully solicit a share ot public
nrr-Ur. J. vj. 1'abrish will also practice urntai
surgery. LteDruarymti 1347. urn
DR. J. S. CLARK,
4 doors north of the Planter's House,
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
pR. CLARK refers to his patients, of the last
S eight years, in the city and Mate.
St. Louis, February 6th, 1847. 48 6m.
JOHN I. ELLET.
Eliot & Scarritt's
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY
Planters' Tobacco Warehouse, up Stairs,
(South-west corner of Second Street and Wash
ington Avenue.) St. Louis, Mo.
N. B. Having the largest
Stock, and the most spacious
Ware-Rooms .n the West, the
Proprietors are1 prepared to fur
nish entire, Steamboats, Public
Houses, Dwellings, and Deal
ers, in general, with a complete
assortment of fine, medium, and
common Furniture and Uphol
atery; also. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs,
Brooms. Baskets, Willow Ware, Velocipede
Coaches, Transparent and Venetian Blinds, Work
Boxes. Clocks, fortabie Liesks, veneers, tpanlsh
Moss. Beds. Bedding, &c. &c; all very low for
Cash, and Cask only, at Wholesale and Retail.
03-Goods made to order at the shortest notice.
St. Louis, February 6th, 1847.
Final Settlement IVolice.
NOTICE is hereby given, that we will apply to
the County court of Chariton county, at the
May Term, tor a ncal settlement or our ad
ministration of the estate of Jesse Spence, dee'd
WILLIAM SP1S1NC1S, .j....
March 37tb, 1847.
tv i ii :i I Settlement.
VfOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned
I n.MI .nnlu ml thft Mil tArill if thA CViint
4. . w.ii -- 7 - -
Court of Howard county, for a final settlement
of their administration on the estate of Benjamin
.-: . jtj 1 .irnniiiin
W. L. REEVES. Eccutor
February 20th, 117. 50-4t
The Imported Draft-Horse
WILL stand the present season at
the farm of Robert W. Bogss, two
miles south of Fayette, on the road
leading to Boonville, and will serve?
mares at 3 the lesp, to be paid when
we service is rendered; f5 the sea
son, if paid within the season, and gO if not paid
until the expiration of the season; and $,i to in.
sure a mare in foal, to be paid when the fact ia
ascertained or the mare parted with by the owner.
Any person putting five mares, or becoming re
sponsible for that number, shall have one gratis.
Good pasturage will be furnished mares from a
distance, on the most reasonable terms, and grain
furnished when required. All care will be taken
to prevent accidents or escapes, but no responsi
bility. DESCRIPTION ft.
Joitn Bull is a dark mahogany bay, 7 years old
this Spring, 16 hands 3 inches high, and in fine
life and health. This horse was impor'ed into
the United States by the late Capt. James M.
White, of Selma, Missouri, in the year 142, and
has been brought to this place by the undersigned,
because of their settled conviction that he is just
the horse the farmers of the country need. Every
one wishing to possess himself of the most su
perior draft and farming stock, should avail him
self of the opportunity now presented, as it may
be the laM, (the horse being owned by persons
living in the southern part of the State.) This
horse is the full height we have stated, and his
form, weight and general appearance indicate the
greatest strength and service that can be desired.
Wo invite the public and especially all thoso
who wish to improve the size, strength and stamina
of their stock to call and see him before making
other engagements, satisfied as we are, that none
can fail to be pleased.
The pedigree of this horse is now in the pos
session of Col. Ferdinand Kennet of St. Louis,
and will be procured in time to answer all the
purposes of his patrons. The season has now com
menced and will-end the 4th of July next.
ROB'T. W. B0GG8,
A. W. MORRISON,
C. F. JACKSON.
April 3d, 1847. 4 6t
THE FIRST FLOWER OF SPRING!!!
WE have the pleasure of informing the citizens
of Howard and adjoining counties, that we have
ust received per steamer lainerlane. oneet the
most beautiful slocks of SPRING AND SUM
MER GOODS that ever reached this market, most
of them just imported by our House in New York
irect from burope under the new tanrt. JXow all
we will euy is this: "Just call and you will see
wonders in styles as well as well as Prices; for
we never anticipated for a moment that we ever
good offer goods of such magnificent styles at
such astonishing low rates. Large advertisements
and puffing are so common with merchants, that
we have declined saying more than is just neces
sary tor the information ot our customers and the
public generally. We will give you a brief out
line of the Sorts, Styles and Prices of Goods,
Inch will easily prove to you that there is no
reading of puffing advertisements necessary, but
merely an exnmination of the goods themselves.
We have (ot those just received;
Calico st 4J cts, per yd. worth
Bleached Cotton 6 do do do
Unbleached do fli do do do
Fine cotton hose 10 per pair do
Good do gloves 6 do do
Silk do do 15 do do
And besides some of thoso fine new fashion Ging
hams and Nankin Robes (lovely goods) white,
plain and embroidered robes. Sterling lawns, Otsy
and Scotch plaids, French and English ginghams,
Silk warp Alpica. Some of the richest patterns
of French, English and American prints you have
ever beheld. hite jackonetts (super fine.) larl-
ton and Victoria lawns. Fancy and Balzarine
lawns, and numerous other new fashion and de
sirable articles too tedious to mention. Also, a
arge and newly selected stock of Ready Made
Clothing, Hals, CapsBoots and shoes of all de
scriptions snd Mzes. hul it you want to see a
new Wonder in tavor ot purchasers, mstgiveus
but a call, and you will acknowledge at once that
there is no use by rhyming, or any other way, try
ing to compete with the New York Cheap Store, or
Jew store, in the fine New Brick House in tha
upper end of Glagow. Just look for the eleven
letters which are painted on front of the house,
and which reads CHILDS fr BRO'S.
Glasgow, April 3d, 1947.
Of Valuable Tavern Property, in Fayette.
IJUBLIC notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of a Deed of Trust to me executed, by Abel
Marlev. and Catharine, his wife, bearing date
the twenty-second day of January, l4tj, and
duly recorded in the Recorder s Urhce ot Howard
county, Book W, page 4o, and following, to se
cure to Jere jungsuury certain sums 01 money
therein specified, I will, on Saturday,
the 17ih day of April, 1847, before tha
court house door, in the town of Fay
ette, sell to the highest and best bid
der, for cash in hand, lots one hundred and
twenty-two and one hundred and twenty-three, on
which the LARGE BRICK TAVERN HOUSE
now in the occupancy of AbeI'Marlcy is situate.
Title believed to be perfect, bul such only as is
conveyed to me by said deed will be made to the
BAML'Kl. t-. MA JUti, Trustee.
Favette, March 27th, 1817. 3 3t
PERFUMERY--I have received a large supply
of Perfumery, consisting of Cologne Water,
Cosmetics, Fancy Soaps, Oils, &c, which will bo
sold very low. WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, March 27th, 1S47.
IIE.TIP! HEMP!! Look at this.
I WILL give $2 75 per hundred weight for all
good Merchantable Hemp, delivered at tha
Fnnnrv. adioininir Favette. on or before the 15th
day of May next; and will receive the same in
loose order. JAMES McLONEY.
March 27th, 1847.
CHILDREN'S SILK VELVET CAPS Some
thing very beautiful in this line, to which the
attention of the Ladies is invited.
JOHN McNEIL &. Co., 23 Market St.
St. Louis, March 20th, 1847.
SNOURSE, 63 Main Street, Hat and Cap
Manufacturer, has received the New York
spring fashion for hats, (Beebee Sl Costar pattern.)
and is now prepared to furnish customers with
hats of superior workmanship, and made of the
best materials. The aatin beaver, or moleskin
silk hat, is worthy the attention of those wishing
to purchase a good hat; the late improvements in
making this article, render them the most lasting
hat now in use; and no hat can be introduced,
more genteel or beautiful. Silk, Beaver, Nutria,
Cassimere, or Brush hats, made to order; style or
shape of crown either bell, yeoman, straight or
taper, with brim in wiotn ana snape u ami. mi
taste and fancy, and fitted to the bead with perfect
ease, by the celebrated Craneometer. Gentle
mens' Cloth caps, with covers, and all the varie-
ties of hats and caps usuauy epv gnucm uai
Snd cap store. St. Louis, March 6lh, 1847.
OIL SILK CAPS tin silk caps or every va
ricty of shape, and of the heaviest and rich-
es, .ilk and lr.mm.ngs, or Co,
St. Louis. March 20th, 1847.