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DC7Thro hove boen several arrivals
lately from Santa Fo. They bring no new
of special interest. The' route it infested
with Indians, who are very troublesome,
es well as dangerous particularly to small
NORTHERN MISSOURI RAIL ROAD
Wo received the following circular a
few days since, and publish it for the bene
fit of all concerned:
CHrLLicoTBg, Mo., May 12, 1847.
S i r A majority of (lie counties that have
held meetings and appointed delegates to (be pro
posed Rail Road Convention, having designated
this town as the most convenient point to assem
ble at, and the 1st Wednesday in June, (ihe 2d
day) as a suitable day to meet, the undersigned
committee on behalf of the Livingston delega
tion, have been instructed to apprise you of these
facts. They would also press upon your stten
lion the following recommendation published
some time since by the Clay delegation, viz:
That the delegates from the several counties pro
cure full and accurate information upon the fol
lowing subjects, to wn: 1. Ihe exact popula.
tion of each county. 2. The number, in each,
engaged in commercial pursuits and in the me
chanic arts. 3. The number and kind of manu
factories. 4. The quantity of hemp, tobacco,
wheat, rye, barley, corn, oats, hogs, cattle,
mules, hor3es, &c, raised in each county. 6.
The quantity of government land yet unsold in
each county, together with such other general in
formation as will exhibit the true character of the
country through which the road will pass.
Please make this knowo to the delegates op
pointed to represent your county. .
Very respectfully, your ob't serv'ts,
THOMAS R. BRYAN,
F. L. WILLARD.
' The following are the delegates appoint
ed to represent Howard county :
' Messrs. W. F. Birch, J. B. Clark, J. Davis,
A. J. Herndon, J. Headrick, W. A. Hall, W.
M. Jackson, J. E. Bouldin, S. Bynum.
St. LOU1SM ARRET May 15.
Tobacco Sales of 9 hhds. refused ranged at
from 70c. to $2 80; nt ilie State Warehouse, one
Mid. passed sold at $5 00 und 4 hhds. refused at
from 00c. to $2 60 per 100 lbs.
Hemp Sales yesterday and to-day embrace only
1G5 bales 82 bolus prime at ,S2 00, and 75 and
IS bales fair at $0 per ton. Good and prime
lots in good chipping condition are held at
for which buyers offer ift'iO a P'i 50 per ton.
Loose and inferior we quote at $73 a 71 per ton
ft'o W-. R. or hackled in the market. Received,
Flour To-day the market was very firm at
$5 25 and tales sum up 150 bbls., as follows:
100 bbls. Indian creek and 154 bids. Warsaw at
$5 25. 1000 bbls. City Mills at $5 til; 100 do. do.
on private terms, and 500 bbls. second brand Citj
Mills at $5 J.5 per bid. At the close the market
for country brands was firm at $5 25 and City
Jlills was held at $5 75 to fctJ per bll. Received
' Ghain We now quote spring and inferior wheat
in sucks at 65 a 90c; mixed and fair at 92 a 97c;
pood and prime 98 a ldHc. and without the sack
spring and inferior fall, at SOabSe: mixed and
r"nir b7J a 90c; good ond prime 92 a 95c. choice at
CO a 9Sc. per bushel. Coun To-day sales were as
follows: 500 cocks mixed in poor notion sacks at
45c; 600, sacks hemp, at 47c; 1800 sucks, one
third gunny and balance in cotton sacks, at 50u
end 1105 sacks at 50c, good cotton sacks included.
which quotations embrace the extreme mice or
prices. Uats we quote at H7Jc..and Irom flat
boat, and exclusive of' sacks, 81 a 33c per bushel
Rve A lot of 74 sacks was sold on Thursday
at iioc. per bushel.
Provisions We now quote common country
shoulders at 4J aO cents; hams at 5J a 6 cents;
Sides at 7J a o cents per lb.; hams are not much
wanted. Lat.d Inferior at 61, a 6 J cents, No.
2 at 6J a 7 cents; No. 1 74, o7J cents; strictly
prime lent at 7 J cents per It
NEW ORLEANS May 10.
. Flour 1000 bbls. OhiootfcO 00; 200 Illinois
at $0 Ho; 2U0 St. Louis at $6 37 A; end 800 Ills
nois on private terms. Wheat 1700 sacks ordi
nary, at82)c; 500 prime at ftl 10; and two lots
the particulars of which we did nut lenrn; prime
generally held at $1 15. Corn. 1700 sacks white
and yellow, in coilon sacks, at 00c. fur the while
and 65c. for the yellow; 572 white, at 02 Ac: and
420 wiiito and yellow, at 05 70c. refused for
yellow, generally he'd at 75c. Oats, 300 sacks
St. Louis at 45e. Pokk Confined to retail sales-
dull. Bacon 20 casks sides-from the Levee, at
63c and 50,000 lbs. at 9c. Nothing transpired
OirCure that Dreadful Cough! It is the warn
ing voice of Consumption. But be careful what
remedies you use. Beware of all merely Pallia
tive medicines, which may relieve, but rarely cure
Uso the Great English Remedy, Dr. Buclian's
Hungarian Balsam of Life, and you are safe
This Js the most perfect and admirable remedy
known to the civilized world.
' The officers and crews of the Cunard Line of
Sleamchips, running between Boston and Liver
pool, are constantly supplied with this valuable
compound. Indeed, it forms a standard article
in the list of ship stores and medicines, on board
all vessels sailing trom Anglian ports to cold and
' Pamphlets respecting this Great English Reme
dy may be bad gratis of Wm. R. Snelson, Drug
gist, only agent in Fayette, Mn,
Read the advertisement in another column of
I. O. O. F.
Randolph Lodge, No. of the Independent
Order ot Odd iellows, will be instituted at Hunts
ville, on fialwday, 5th of June, 1847.
A cordial invitation is extended to the neighbor
ing Lodges, and all members of the Order in good
An Oration, on Ihe subject of Odd Fellowship
will be delivered on the occasion.
The ceremonies will be conducted by the R. W
u. ii. or me otsie.
Way 22d, 1847.
Final Settlement IVot ice.
rVTOTlCE is hereby given, that we will apply to
J.1 the County court or Howard county, at the
July Term, lor a final settlement ot our ad
ministration of the estate of Sarah Hughes, dee'd
THOMAS HUGHES, I ...
CHARLES HUGHES, A0,n "'
May 22d, 1847. 11 4t
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
have obtained from the Clerk of the County
Court of Boone County, letters of administration
with the will annexed, on the estate of Jane f
Hudtlson, dee'd., bearing date February 9th, 147
All persons indebted lo said estate, are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims against it, to present them, properly au
thenticated, within one year from the date 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.
- - HIRAM PHILLIPS. ) Kxe,alot,
' JOHN Y. PHILLIPS,) 1:xecutor,
Way tSd, 1847. Jl4t
NOTICE Is hereby given that ths usdersigned
will apply at the Aognstterm of the Coumy
Court of Chariton county, for a final settlement
of his administration on the estate of Thomas
Patterson, dee'd. RICE PATTERSON, Adiu'r.
May 33 J, 1847. 11 4t
(From (A Cincinnati Times.)
DYSPEPSIA OF 10 YEARS STANDING.
Tho wife of Captain Roberts, on Vine Street,
near Water, Cincinnati, has been afflicted with
DYSPEPSIA in its most aggravated form for the
last ' ten years, was recommended by celebrated
physicians of Boston, New York, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, and Cincinnati, to travel, as they could
do nothing for her. She did so, but it did her no
good. She then commenced using tho most pop
u'ar medicines of tho day for her complaints, but
derived no benefit. Seeing an advertisement of
DR. SMITH'S VEGETABLE SUGAR COATED
PILLS in the paper, she concluded to give them
atrial sent to G. F. Thomas', Main Street, be
tween Third and Fourth, Dr. Smith's Agent for
Cincinnati, and purchased a box, took them ac
cording to direction, and can with heart-felt joy
state that she derived more benefit from tho use
of one box of Dr. Smith's Sugar Coated Vegeta
ble Pills, than from any other medicine she has
made uso of during the ten years. The above
was sent to G. t . lbomas on the third day ot
Dealers furnished at the New York College of
Health, 179 Greenwich street, New York, and by
Dr. Easterly dr Co , No. 76 Chesnut street, St.
Louis, Mo., General Agents for the Western States.
For sale inrayette. io., oy wm. n. isnelson.
Druggist, agent. O. Henderson, agent for Glas
CAUTION I As a miserable imitation has been
made, by the name of Sugar Coated Pills," it is
necessary to is sure that Dr. G. Benj'n Smith's
signature is on every box. Price 25 cents.
way lam, ioi. iu oi
MRS. HANNA respectfully informs the La
dies of Fayette and the public generally,
that she is now prepared to execute all work en
trusted to her care, on short notice, and in the
newest style; and would be happy to receive the
calls of her former patrons, and all others who
may favor her with their patronage.
(Residence next door to the house recently
erected by Mr. Page.
May 15tll, 13 17. IV II
We will dov six cents per pound, for fine clear
sides, it delivered in tins place, in good order, in
the mouth ot Mnv.
HUGHES. BIRCHQ WARD.
Fayette, May 15th. Ih47.
BY virtue of a Deed of Trust, made by JWpl
Dougherty, bearing dute 3lt August, 1840. and
recorded ill the Recorder's office of Howurd
County, in Book W, page 319 and following. 1
will seil tor cash, at the residence ot said uougn-
eity, on the 4ili dayot June, 1547, the tuiiowing
real and personal estate, to-wit: Ihee. ot n. w
or. and part of the w. i of n. e. or. of section
21, and the s. e. qr. of s. w.qr. of sec. 10, '.own'
siiio 51. ranire 14. containing in all 105 acres
Alo, 5 Horses, 'i Clocks, one bureau, moss
Such title as I have, under said Deed or frost
will be conveyed to the purchaser.
A. j. UtKiN Liuxn, l rustre.
May 15th, 1817. 10 4t
Sale of IScal Estate.
BY virtue of an order of the County Court of
Howard County, made at the May term. 147,
will sell on the 15th day of June. 1847, be-
fore tho Court House door, in Fayette, all the
rinht. title and interest that Thomas Rawlings,
deceased, had at the time of his death in and to
the following real estatn, situate in Howard umn
iv. to wit: Thee. 4 of n. w. or. of sec. 4, town
ship 48, range 15, containing 80 acres. The w. 4
of n. w. qr. of sec. 34. township 49, range 1.)
containing 80 acres, and part of the e. J of s. w
qr. of sec. 34, township 49, range 15, containing
Terms One third Cash, one third in O, and
the remainder in 12 months. Bond and approved
security required for the purchase money.
JOHN RAWLINGS. Executor
of Thomas Rawlings
May 15th, 1847.
BY virtue of a Deed of Trust, executed to me
on the 4'h day of December, 1840, by R. G . Crig
lar. which mnv be seen on Record in the Record
er's office of 'Howard County, I will sell, to the
highest bidder, for cash, on featnrday, the aatn da)
of Mnv insl.. at the house of said Cng ar, the
following proprrty,to-wii: w
nn. vci:ri! Mivr.mil. fry
nnhlA fnrm hand:) one
vokeof OXEN; from six fiSES
to eight head of HORSES; from eight
to twelve head of CATTLE; a lot of
HOGS, and perhaps somo articles of
Household r urniture, may be olfered at the
same lime, to satisfy sundry claims described in
said Deed. J AS. A. oHIKLEY, Trustee.
May 15th, 1847. 10-2t
(Democrat copy 2w.)
BY virtue of a Deed of Trust, executed by
George Amick, dated 11th of March, 1844, and
recorded in the ottice ot the Recorder ot nanaoipn
County. Nov. 4th, 1344, I will selllorcash.be
fore the Court house door, in Huntsville, on Mon
day, the 14th of June next, the south east quarter
of section twenty-seven, in township fifty-four
and range fourteen, containing one hundred and
Title believed to be good, out sucn only as is
vested in me will be conveyed to tne purchaser.
NOAH KINGSBURY, Trustee.
May 15th, 1847. 10 4t
Sale of Heal Estate.
BY virtue of an order of the County Court of
Howard County, made at the May Term, 1847, 1
will sell, before the Court House door, in roynite
on the 14th June. 184 7. on twelve months credit
the following tract of land, situate in Howard
Countv. Mo., belonging to the estate of Joshua
Rev. dee'd. Part of New Madrid Survey, located
in the name of John B- Latrimonte, in township
49. rouge H, containing 129 25-100 Acres, the
metes anil bounds of which will be set out in the
deed to ihe purchaser. Bond and security required
trom ihe purchaser. 1 HU.vlAa KA ,
Administrator of the estate of Joshua Ray. dee'd
May 15ih, 1817. 1041
FOK ihe piirnoseof making an alteration in the
house we have hitherto occupied, we have re
moved our Stock or Goods 10
and as we wish to have as few goods- as possible
to move back when the improvements are comple
ted, our friends can buy bargainsat Ihe new stand
Fayette, May 15th, 1847.
WE wish to buy 20.000 pounds good sound
Bacon, either hog round, or sides, hams
and shoulders separately, if it can be procrired in
time. Those having their Bacon unsold will do
well lo call eaily; as it is wanted for a special
purpose toera is no ume 10 lose.
SWITZLER St SMITH.
Fayette, May 10th, 1847. ..
Saddles, Trunks and Harness,
r"lHE undersigned have just received a splendid
JL assortment of materials from Philadelphia,
and are now prepared tu supply any calls in their
;A They design keeping on hand, in add!
s tion to their stock of Saddles, Bridles.
Stc, an assortment of travelling Tbunks. Also,
Carriage and Waggon Harness, of the neatest
and best quality, all of which thru will sell on as
accommodating terms as they can be obtained in the
We respectfully Invite persons needing such
articles to call and examine before purchasing
Shop on the corner a few doors below the store
of Huuhes, Birch Sl Ward.
WRIGHT & WILLIS.
Fayette, May 15th, 1847.
N. B. Cash customers can do debt with us:
though to punctual customers the usual credit will
hegiten. Corn, Wheat, Flour, Meal, green and
dry Hides, Linen, Linsey and Janes, taken in
wnoie, or in part.jur uow.
Uncoil ! Ilaeon t
WE will give 0 cents per pound for eood bacon
sides; 5 cents for hog round; and 0 cents for guod
clean laid in barrels or kegs.
apr 10 J. RIDD LESBARGER dj- Co.
Hallet, Ciimston &. Allen,
J. T. Cleveland,
May 8th. 1847. 9 tf.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
have obtained from the Clerk of the County Court
of Howard County, letters of administration, wi'h
tho will annexed, on llin estate of Silis Euyart
dee'd., bearing date April HOlh, 1847. All per
sons indebted losaid estate, are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claim
against it, to present them, properly authenticated,
within one year from the dute of said letters, or
they may be precluded from having any benefit of
said estute. and if not presented within three years.
they will be forever barred.
DAVID HJiYAlU, flumr.
CHARLOTTE ENY A3T. Adm'rx
May 8th. IS 17. 9 - H.
NOTICE is hereby given tint the undersigned
will apply at. the Juno term of tho County
Court of Howard county, for a final settlement
of his administration on the estate of John Breed
ing, dee'd. JOHN HAPvVEY, Adm'r.
.May 8th, 1647. W 4t.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will apply at thr
June term of the County Court of
Howard county, for a final settlement of my ad
ministration on tho estate ol Jesse Lvans, dec d
JOHN HARVEY, Adui'r. de bonis n,m.
May 8th, 1-47. 9-4t
MRS. G. OLDHAM respectfully informs the
Ladies of Fayette and vicinity, that she is
prepared to attend to ihe above buinoss in all its
various brunches, bhe natters herself that she
will be successful in pleasing them. Long con
tinuance in the business has made her familiar
with the different parts of it.
Bonnets made to order at the shortest notice.
Straw and braid Bonnets altered to the modern
style and bleached.
07-Residence South west corner of the public
CLOVER-SEED for salc.bv
J. RIDDLESBARGER Sl Co.
Fayette, May 1st, 1817.
SWITZLUIC & S.1IITII,
TTAVING just received their Spring supply
11 of Goods, respectfully invite the attention
of the public to an ample supply of very desirable
FOREIGX A ND DOMESTIC DR Y GOODS,
HARDWARE, CHIXA dj- GLASSWARE,
BOOTS AXD SHOES,
HATS AXD BOXXETS,
GROCERIES AXD DYE STUFFS,
CHIXA, GLASS AXD QUEEXSWARE,
WHITE LEAD AXD LIXSEED OIL,
DRUGS, 4c dj-c, '
Forming on the whole a very full and general
supply, the whole of which are for sale at as low
prices as bysny house 111 the county, tor cash
or an our usual terms to punctual customers.
SWITZLER &. SMITH.
Fayette, April 24th, 1847.
TRIED PEACHES A fewishels good dried
U peaches lor sale by
S WITZLER dj- SMITH.
Fayette, April 24th, 1-47.
n, S. NOURSE, Fashionable Hat and
Cap Manufacturer, 08 Main Street
Si. Louis, Mo. April 24ih,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that by virtue
of a Deed of Trust, to mu executed by Henry
W.Kring, for the benefit of Charles E (livens.
bearing date tho Mth day 01 November, lstu.
and recorded in Ihe Recorder's ollice of Howard
county, Mo., Book W, pne 410 and following, I
shall, on the 1st day of June next, before the Court
Hou?e door, in the town of Fayette, Honrd
county, Mo., proceed to sell, for cuh in hand, all
the right of said Henry W.Kring in and lo the
following property, as described in said deed.
to-wit: "The half of lot 01.0 hundred and seven
teen, in the town of Fayette, How ard county. Mo.
the same being on the south-west side of the pub
lie square, in said town. Also, one negro girl by
ihe name of NANCY, aged about thirteen years;
one negro boy called GEORGE, about twelve years
Title believed to be good, but I will convey only
such as is vested in me by said need.
SAMUEL C. MAJOR, Trustee.
Fayette, May 1st, 1947. 8 5t
1f RS. B. A. SHEPHERD respectfully inform
XT J. the ladies of rayette and its vicinity, that
she is prepared with the latest fashions, and wi l
make and repair bonnets in the neatest inannet
She respectfully solicits their palrouege. Work
done with despatch and charges moderate.
fJ-Residence in the South East corner of Fey
ette, opposite Mr. Hcadrick's.
Fayette, April 24th, 1847. 7 tf
INFANTS' silk and tabby velvet caps, for sale
m. by r. nuuKSJi.
tip. 10th, 1840,
Domestic Dry Cioods.
3-4, 4-4, 5-4, brown Domestics,
Bleached shirtings and sheetings.
Bed Tickings and Drillings,
Negro stripes and Checks,
Diapers and Crash Towelings, Sic, tic,
for sole by SWITZLER $ SMITH.
Fayette, April 24th, 1847. .
First Hate lMoushs.
Six first rate ploughs, on
hand, made in Quincy. Illinois,
for sale, at 7,00 each. These
ploughs were sold by us, last
year, and gave satisfaction to the purchasers,
and are off-red at a reduced price, to close. We
consider them very low.
HUGHES. BIRCH & WARD.
Fayette, April 24th,1847.
tegular Weekly Packet,
For Jefferson City, Boonvillc, Glasgow,
and all intermediate landings.
'Ihe new and fast running steamer JULIA,
J. M. Convers, Master. Copt. Eaton having
made arrangements by which the steamer JULIA
will take the place of the WAPELLO, and runs
a weekly packet in the above trade during the en
tire season; she will commence her regular trips
on Saturday, the 17th inst., nt 4 o'clock, P. M.,
from St. Louis, and leave Glasgow every Tues
day morning, at 10 o'clock.
On her downward trip will heat Arrow Rock,
Boonville, Rocheport. Mount Vernon, Providence
and Nashville, on Tuesday; at Marion, Stones
port, Jefferson City, Mouth of Osage, Cote Sans
Dessens, Smith's and Young's Landings, Port
land, Herman, Loutre Island, Pinckney, Wash
ington and South Point, on Wednesday, and reach
St. Louis early on Thursday.
For freight or passage, apply on board, or to
KANiMl!. StUU., est. l.ouis,
WILSON Sl BROWN, Boonville.
R. V. HARVEY, do.
R. P. HANENKAMP, Glasgow.
May 1st, 1847.
Regular Weekly Packet,
For Jefferson City, Boonville. Gbtsgnw, Kcytesville,
ana all intermediate j.anaings.
The splendid, swift passen
ger steamer LEWISF. LIMN.
M. Kennett, Master, having
iieen thoroughly repaired, will commence her reg
ulnr tripson the opening of navigstjon, and will
leave 6t. 1.0111s every Monday aliernooo, at l
o clock, and Keytesville Landing every Wednes
day evening, at. 9 o'clock, and Glasgow at 12
o clock, A. ftl , Jhursday. (Jn her downward 'rip.
the L. F. Linn will bo at Arrow Rock, Boonville,
hoeheport. Providence and Nashville on Ihurs
day; on Friday, at .Marion, Slonesport, Jefferson
City, Cote Sans Dessein, Smith's Landing, Port
land, licrmann, Loutre Island, Pinckney, Wa-li-
inston, eoiith I'oint and Point Labadie, and will
arrive in St. Louis early Saturday Morning.
tot rreinht or I nsm-e apply on lioard, or to
N. KANNEY $ Co.,
No. 51 Front Street, Sr. Louis.
LISBON APPLEGATE. Keytesville.
jas. t. Johnson, Buonviiie.
April 10th. 1817.
117. TiiCKday Packet, 1847.
For Portland, Jefferson City, Boonville
ond Glasgow, Missouri llivcr.
The new and splendid dr.nbls
1 ent'ino steamer KU .? A,
run us a reolir weekly packet to Glasgow, coin
inencing on the opening of navigation, and will
leave r-t. Louievery luesclay.at o u click, r. M.,
and will beat Herman. Portland and Jefferson City
every Wednesday; at Marion, Nashville. Providence,
liocliepoit, Boonville, an Ulasgow every lhurs-
day. lleturning, the RO WEN A will leave Glasgow
every Friday, at 12 o'clock, M.; will be at Arrow
Uock, ifoonville, Kocheport, I rovidence INush-
ville, Marion, Clavsville, and Jefferson city, same
day: at mouth of Osage, Cote Sans Dessein, Smith
and Young's Landings, Portland, Loutre Island,
Herman, Wasmnguu, South toint, Augusta, and
St. Charles on Saturday, and orrivo in St. Louis
early on Sunday morning.
ThiKOWENA is building expressly for the
Missouri river, and being of light draught, pas
sengers and shippers may rely upon her remaining
in the trade both 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 sharo of the patronage so
liberally bestowed upon her favorite namesake.
tor freight or passage apply 011 board, or to
RANNEY 4- Co., 25 Front St.
February 6th, 1847.
Regular Weekly Packet,
For Jefferson City, Boonville, Glasgow, and
all intermediate landings.
The staunch built passenger
steamer TOBACCO PLANT,
Copt. N. J. Eaton, will com
mence, ner 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 0 clock. U11
her downward trip the Tobacco Plant will be at
Arrow Rock, Boonville, Rocheport, Mount Ver
non, Providence und Nashville, on Tuesday; a!
Marion, Stonesport, Jefferson City, Mouth of
Osage, Cote Sans Dessein, Smith's Landing,
Voting's Landing, t'ortianu, Herman, Loutre is
land, Pinckney, Washington, South Point and
Mount Pleasant, on Wednesday, and will reach
St. Louis early on Thursday.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
RANNEY dj- CO., St. Louis,
WILSON dj- BF.OWN, Boonville,
R. V. HARVEY. Bionville,
R. P. HANENKAMP dj- Co., Glasgow.
February 6th, 1817.
1'cgnlnr "Weekly Packet,
For Jefferson City, Boonville. and Glasgow,
The new and commodious
passenger steamer ALGO.MA,
gW-sg-i'Xi Andciisqn Aht.Lsn, Jr., Mas
11 r. win Lo.n.uwiioa ner regular irips in me auove
trade, on the opening of nnviga'ion.
On the upward trip the ALtiO.VIA will have .St.
Louis on every Wednesday at 0 o'clock, p. M , and
arrive at Glusgow on Friday afternoon. On the
downward trip, the ALGO.MA will 1-ove Glasgow
every iSVurday mornii'g, at i o'cUck, and will be
at Arrow Rock, Boonville, Rocheport, Providence,
Nashviili, Mirion, Chysvillo and Jefferson city,
same day. At Coto Sans Des Sein, Smith's and
Young's landings, Portland, Herman, and Wash
ington, on Sunday, and arrive at Sl. Louis on
Agents: R.P HANENKAMP dj- Co.. Glasgow.
JESSE McMAHEN, Arrow Rock.
C. . J. JONES, Boonville.
L. P. MARSHALL. Rocheport.
TLUMP &- Co., Jefferson City.
D. V. ARENS. Portland.
R. F. SASS, St. Louis.
February 61b, 1847.
WE will pay SEVENTY dollars per Ton, for
good me'chantuble dew-rotted HEMP,
-lulivere.1 in Glasiruw. Franklin, or Rocliem.pt
through the months of April and May, in first
rate mppiuK vrucr.
HUGHES, BIRCH Si WARD.
Fayette, March 27th, 1847.
rHE attention of the Ladies is particularly
J. invited to our very handsome, super! or and
cheap assortment of
Leghorn and Fancy Bonne's.
Misses Bonnets, (various styles)
Ribbons and flowers,
Organdie and British Lawns,
Ginghams, Calicoes, Bareges,
Striped and Checked Muslins,
Jacconets, Swiss and Book Muslins,
Parasuls and Parasolettcs,
Irish Linens, Long Lawns, Laces, Gloves,
Hosiery, Towelings, tc, drc, which we
are offering at peculiarly low prices. Ladies
will please call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere juBt opened by
6i SMI 1 11.
Fayette, April 24th, 1847.
BOOT AND SHOE-MAKER,
jlTAS opened a shop on the south-west side of
sL the public square, next door to Mr Ma
jor's Cabinet Shop, where he is prepared to at
tend to all orders in his line of business, with
neatness and despaTch, and on the most reasonM"
terms. His stock emhrocing Morocco, patent
leather, and calf, is very superior and his lasts
of the most approved fushion
fine dress boots, sewed heel, $.7.0(1
Coarse fine boots, pegged heel, 6.00
Coarso boots, sewed, 4.00
Ladies', gentlemen's, and children's Shoes, of
every description, made to order.
Q-Atf itw warranted.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
Fayette, April 17th, 184T;
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has obtained from the Clerk of the County
Court of Howard county, letters of administration
with the will annexed, on the estate of William
Lambert, dee'd., bearingdatc April 10;h, 1847. All
persons indebted to said estate, are requested to
make immediate payment, and those havmgclaims
against it, to present them, properly authenticated,
within Jne year l'ro:n the dale of said letters, or
they may be precluded from having any benefit 1 f
said estate, and it not presented within three
years, they will be forever birred.
STEPHEN STE.W.MONS, Adtn'r.
April 17ih. 1847. 0-4t
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
1. r.irDLESEAKGER. JOHN D. TEHKV.
J. Itiddlesbargcr V Co.,
1ESPECI'FULLY coll the attention of their
old friends, end purchasers of goods gen
erally, tu their very extensive stock of Seasons
Lie goods, comprising 111 part
t.jliis, cassimeros aim neniuciiy jeans,
French and Funcy striped Summer Cassiniercs,
Striped, checked, und piain Linens,
A great variety of Summer stuffs, for boys'
Satin, Silk and Mcrsailes Vesting,
Sitk and Cotton Cravats,
Slocks, Gloves and Silk pocket hdkfs.,
A very Icrge stock of Huts, Boots and Shoes,
4U0 ps. of Jinglish and American Calicoes,
Scotch Gingiiumsand Lawns,
Organda and painted muslins,
Monair Lustres, for Ladies dresses,
Tarl;on plaids and Embroiuered l'.aragej,
Balz'irine Robes and plaid (iingliams,
Extra real Aipic-os, black and col'd,
Mull. Swiss and Book .Muslin,
J iconet, Cunitiric and Bishop Liwus,
Biack Italian Nik,
Blue and black satin stripe! silk,
Fig'd and Fancy col'd do. do.
Linen and Mlk I'ocket hdk fs.,
French needle wurlied collars,
Ladies' Cravats and Ties,
White, black and I'ink crape,
Rich black Silk Shawls,
" col'd do. do.
Embroidered Mous De Lane Shawls,
Pluin black do. do. do.
Rich heavy fringed biack Silk Shawls,
' " col'd do. do.
Black Cashmere do.
Threod and Lislo Laces and Edgings,
Silk Gloves and Alitts, long anil short,
Black andcol'd Kid Gloves,
Rich Bonnet and Cap Ribbons,
The latest style of Bonnets and Flowers,
Silk, Cotton and Cashmere hose,
Swiss edgings and Laces,
Grass and Mersailles Skirts,
Rich satin striped Baroge Scarfs,
Table and towel dioper.
Bleached and brown domestic,
Bleached and brown drillings,
Osnabur?, Bed Ticking and Cotton Yarns.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Collins' and Hunt's axes,
Drawing Knives and hatchets.
Trace chains, homes ond horse collars,
Blind bridles, hack bands and Saddlebags,
Knives and forks. Spoons, butcher and Shoe
Knives, and a variety of other articles in that line.
Sogar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses snd Salt,
Allspice, Pepper. Ginger. Nutmegs,
Rice, Saleratus, Camphor and Cioves, together
with a general assortment of Que- ns, China ami
We also have on hand a general assortment of
Iron, Steel, Nails and Castings, all of which will
be sold at the lowest possible prices to our custo
mers, or exchanged for the following kinds of
produce: Hemp, Wheat, Bacon, Liucn, Flaxseed,
Beeswax, Feathers, &c.
April 17th. 1847.
To the Ladic.
Wo have a beautiful assortment of Fig'd, Satin
striped, black, col d and blue black dress Silks,
Mohnir Lustre, and Lawns,
Organda's, Scotch and Organd.i ginghams,
Laces, Edgings, Ribbons and Flowers,
Bonnets, Gloves. Silk and cotton hose,
Children's Leghorn and Velvet hats and caps,
Rich satin stripe scarfs and shawls,
Fringed 8-4 black havl. and in.inv other de
sirable ariicles. J. UlDDLESB.UUEii Sl Co.
apr 10. J. RIDDLESBARGER Jf Ca.
Loaf and brown Sugars,
Coffee, Spices, Chocolate, Mustard,
Ground Pepper, Vinegar,
N. O. and Sugar house Mohsses,
Mackeral, Vinegar, Tar,
Dye Stuffs, (of all kinds)
Very fine fresh Teas,
Star and Tallow Candles, &e.. i.e.. for sale
by SWilZLER df SMITH.
Fayette, April 24th, 1847.
EXTRA Superfine aud fine Cloths,
Jeans, Cassimeres, Sattinetts,
Summer Coatings and Vestiugs,
Linens, aud all kinds of Summer StufTs, for
sale low by SWITZLER & SMITH.
Fayette. April 24th, 1847.
Flax and Tow iMiicii.
j fCf YARDS WANTED Immediately,
1UUU for whi"h a fair price will be paid,
pr. 10. J. RIDDLESBARGER Co.
BY THE QUE EX'S PA TEXT.
TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS OF
Kuchan's BS iui?ariaii flalsain of
The Great English Remedy for
COLDS, COUGHS, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION!
The most celebrated and infallible remedy
for Colds. Coughs, Asthma, and every form of JUL-
MtiNARV CONSUMPTION, is the HUNGARIAN BALSAM
or life, discovered by that eminent Medical Chem
ist, Dr. Euchan of London, England, and cxtcn
sively known as the 'Ijreat English r.einedy.'
It hs been tested fur Howards of seven years
in Great Britain and on the Continent of Europe,
where it is universally considered the great and
r.ly remedy for this awful malady, and is now
introduced into the United States under the im
mediate superintendence of the inventor. Within
three jears it has been distributed from Maine to
Florida, and from Canadi to Wisconsin, and iU
effects ore every where alike
ASTONISHING AND TEIVMPHANT!
As a preventive medicine, and an antidote
against the Consumptive tendencies of the cli
mate, it is invaluable. Asa remedy for severe
snd obstinate Coughs, Inflammation of the Lungs,
Croup, &ic, it is unrivalled. But the American
Agent is su confident of the merit of this great
Remedy, in the worst forms of Consumption, that
he prefers to have it used by the
ratherthan by persons afflicted with some simpfo
and less dangerous disorder of the Throat and
Lungs. This mny seem strong language: but it
is 1 tie result of experience in thousands of cases,
sustained by the most intellieent und unimpeacha
ble testimony. We do not pronounce it an infalli
ble remedy in all eases, but it is
THE MOST infallible!
Remedy know n to the civilized world. It is th
hst preventive of hereditary Consumption -it is
Ihe best defender ugamst the influences of cli
mate it is the l.et remedy for incipient Con
sumption and it id the great and only remedy fur
SOfTF-NIKO OF THE I.rNGS INFLAMMATION OF T;IB
MEMBRANE AND TUr.F.t:CCLufS 1ECAV!
Which ore the Inst effects of that awful scourge,
and which are erroneously supposed to he beyond
the reach of medico 1 oid. The Agent or Proprie
tors of othr.r medicines, dn re not claim for their
preparations a power like this. They know that, in
no case have such effect been produced. The
.'rand ot'j"C. and purpose of the common 'remedies'
is smiply to oive i:i:i.ief not to cube. This is
easily done hv any intelligent Physician or Drug
gisl but while dallying with those delusive com
pounds, the patient rapidly declines, and every
djy dices him further and further
rnvoNn the r.r.AC;i i.f imrc!
Such is not the ca-c with the Hungarian Ha!
ain. It is always salutary 1:1 its ell-c's ntvrr
inorioH. It i- not nu U;o;te--it is not a To
nic it is not a mere F.vpectur:nt. It is not in
tended t" lull tiie invalid in'o a fatal security. It
is a great remedy a grand hea'iiig and cuntiv
compound, the "rear and only rri'rwJv' ivhic'i uin.U
ieai ciei;cn and skill his ye' produced for ilia
trentmetit of this hitherto uiiooi.quercd n:alj'..
It is, in I'uct. th'j
EEST KEHF.Dr in the wor.:.r'!
And no person, Blilu tnl u iih this dreid natiovaf.
O'SEAse, will ho just to himself and his friends,
if he go down to the grave without tes'ing its
virtues. A single bo'.t'e, in must cases, will pro
duce a favorable change in the condition of ant
patient, however row, though there are cases,
we admit beyond ils power to cure.
The Aiueiican Agmt of tho Great English
Remedy, luivnig fu.l ei'iilidensu in its exti aordi
nary efficney in t!.e vror-t forms of Pulm mary
dira-e, boldly solicits for treatment, not the
common and ordinary ca-es of im;le Coids or
l'.;ti;(uiie.;iu'i, but what lire considered the mast
appalling t ast.s of
CONFir.WKD AND lNCUBABLF. TUBmcU.'.OUS DISE.'si!!
If there is a remedy in the world, it is to In
found in Da. Bucn.is's Hungarian Balsam. It.
has cured cases supposed to bo past all hope. It
has rai-td invalids, as it were, from the very
grave. It has cured alter oil other systems, med
icine's, und methods of treatment hive failed. It
is found to he superior to all the effects of .Medi
cated Baths, Inhalation, change of ciimite, or any
of the thousand experiments that wealth and inge
nuity have ever attempted. It stands alone and un
rivalled, as the GREATEST AND EEsT OF ALL EEM
EritF.s. The obstacles which even the well-founded in
credulity of luui.kind has opposed to thu success
of the Hungarian Bals.-im, nre now fast disappear
ing, ns its triumphs beeotno more widely spread
over the land; and it is rapidly reaching the envia
ble position of a standard medicie, which may
be found in all rcspecthble Medicine Stores and
Apothecary Shops in the country recommended
by Physicians, where their own treatment fuils
and kept in numerous respectable families, as a
preventive medicine, lo bo used upon the first ap
pearance of this FEAIIFCL DESTROYER.
.Sold by McDonald dy fmith, .Sole Agents for
the I'r.ited Kingdom, at the Italian Warohous,
Begem iVrct't, London, in Bottles and Cases, fur
&hips, llospi'als, &c.
Ily Special A'P'iu!mcnl David F. Ecadlef,
119 Court Wtreel, Boston, Mass., Sule Agent fur
the United .States and British Americsn Provinces.
American price, ijil per bottle, with full direc
tions for tho reiteration of Health.
Pamphlets, containing mass of English and
American certificates and other evidence, showing
the unequalled merits of lhisGro.it English Rem
edy, may be obtained of the Agents, gratis.
,one genuine, without the written signature of
the Aiiu'tiean Ager.l, on a and bronze, label,
to counle"fi it which is forgery.
Agents Dn. E. Easterly dj- Co., Xo. "fl
Chesnut street, St- Louis, Mo., General Whole
sale Agent for the Western Slates ar.d Territo
ries. For sp.lo by Wat. R. Snf.i.son, Druggist, Agent
lor Fayette, Alo. Also, by U. 1Ie.oei:son, Drug
gist, Glasgow, Mo.
February 27th, 1?47. 51 4m.
T"f are now receiving, and offer for sale,
V T hhds. prime N. . Sugar,
till Sacks " coffee,
40 boxes M. R. raisins,
1 tierce Rice,
41) Kegs Juniata nails,
lit Tons assorted iron.
SlOO pd. spun cotton,
2l barrels sugar house molasses.
4 " golden syrup,
3000 pds. No. 1 Loaf Sugar,
5 barrsls Linseed oil,
UKt kegs white Lend,
A barrels pure Tanner's oil,
3 " Lump-black,
100 " fine '
Together with foil stock of rnjtings. GUssanr.
Window ilis. Brooms. Humes, Black-smiths'
Bullow', Suleraiu. Klvpiie snrioe. &0
Fayette, May 1st, 18 J7.
WANTED at Carroll's eofner 500 bosbels diad
pp. (Ghisrdw, December gfitb, 1840, .