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VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE,
rjlllE undersigned wishes to dispose of the fol
JL lowing property, eligibly situated in Glas
gow, viz: A lot, on which there is a good frame
building, with three good rooms, a smoke house,
and a woll of good water. Also, a lot on which
there is a Blacksmith shop, and a large building
commenced Tor a wagon miner s shop.
The above property can be purchased on rca
sonable terms, for cash in hand, or on a credit of
six months, the purchaser giving bund with ap
Glasgow, April 3d, 1347.
I HAVE now on hand as good an assortment
of Jewelry as tlie-io "dig 'ins" will justify my
keenin? consistintr of all that is Fashiona'ile:
Such as fine Breast Tins for ladies; Finger E.ings;
Eir Rings Chains; Pencils; Shirt Studs, for
ffiintlemon; Watch Keys, die. Also, a few strong
Wilding Rings left, but selling very fast. Please
call soon or thev will all be sold.
G. W. COOKE.
B'jonvillc, December 6th, la40. 39 ly
Just received nnd now opening, a lartre and ex
ceedingly beautiful assortment of New York mode
caps, embracing the fullowing styles: Point Isabel,
Ringgold, Ringgold glazed, soft guard, extra navy,
army" and navy, youths', polka, infants' polka,
and infants' bonnets.
JOHN MeNEIL, & Co., 23 Market St.
St. Louis, March 20th, 1347.
TTXTRA wide brim nutria hats, of a very fine
Jail quality for the asred or persons who do not
Krlmira hs narrow brims. A eood assortment on
hand by JOHN MeNEIL $ Co.
St. Louis, March 6th, 1347.
SATPINGTON'S PILLS, for sale by
J. RWDLESBARGER $ Co.
Fuyctle, ttpril 21th, 1847.
. HATS! HATS!
m .rVFTT. &. Co . 23 Market Street, would in
ItX vito the attention of the public to their
assortment of hats and caps, now complete, be
liniMncr thai thev can offer superior inducements
to mircliasers, cither
wholesale or retail.
St. Louis, March 0th, 1847
That ii Meant ifiil!!
---m-r HERE did vou set that dress cousin Sallyl
VV I a:n surprised nt you to ask; don't you
know Carroll is selling h;j cent cancu iui o uiv.
Glasgow, Nov. 21st, 1810. j
iM.i and Tow Linen.
-t s-ff YARDS WANTED Immediately,
1UUU for whi-h a fair price will be paid,
apr. 10. J. RIDDLESBARGER fr Co.
SULPHATE QUININE Just received a quan
tity of Quinine and for sale by
WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april, 24th, 1847.
CHOOL BOOKS A complete assortment ol
5 every description, for sale cheap, by
WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 24th, 1347.
GENTLEMEN who are looking for bargains
in very Superior Cloths,
Velvet, Satin and Summer Vestings,
Pantaloon Goods, Coatings, &c., &.C., will
find it their interest to call on us before purchas
We have also a beautiful assortment or
Leghorn, Fur, Russia and Palm Hats,
Cravats, Suspenders, Stocks, &.C, &C, for
sale ut extraordinarily low prices by
SWITZLER & SMITH.
Fayette, April 24th, 1847.
Drug, Medicines, Books, &.C.,
AT RED ICED PRICES,
. ' BY WM. R. SNELSON,
JUST received and now opened, a large and
well selected stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Paints, Dye-stuffs, Perfumery, Glass, aye,
which having been purchased and carefully select
ed by himself in person and will be sold at a great
reduction on former prices.
Particular attention paid to filling orders from
Physicians, with flesh medicines, at a small ad
A full assortment of School Books of every de
scription, which will bo sold lower than they can
be purchased this fcido of St. Louis. Arrange
hnim made which will insure at nil
i i-nf n rntn
Also, Medical, Law and Theological Books,
lWir.al works of different antliors, Al
burns, 5-c, &e., all of which are oifered at prices
that cannot tml to picaso.
Fayette, May 22 J, 1847.
Hardware and Cutlery.
A fu'l supply of
Tabie ii hd pocket Cutlery,
Grain and Grass Soythes,
Steel and common Coffee Mills,
Butts, finges and Screws,
Curry Combs, Augurs, Chisels,
Nails of til sizes,
Log chains, Trace chains, Fifth chains,
c, drc, very ciieap.
' 4 SWITZLER $ SMITH.
Fayette, April 21th, IS 17.
AW Cotton and Batting,
Cotton ami, all sizes,
Zalf bushtl Measures,
Brooms, Tuba, Pails,
Knife Cricks, fur sale by
SWITZLER i( SMITH.
Fayette, April 24th. 1847.
STATIONERY" The subscriber has just re
ceived a lurge supply of Stationery, consisting
of Paper of all kinds, Quills, Steol Pens, Inks,
Wafers, Sealing Wax, Black Sand, Cedar and
Crayon Pencils, which will be sold low.
y WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette april 21th, 1847.
PILLS. The genuine Dr.
Erandreth's Pills for sale at the Drug and
Book-Store of WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 24' h, 1847.
Wistar's Ralsaui of Wild
F any body wonts anymore of Wistar, just
1 call at Carroll's corner, and no where else, tor
he real article. Glasgow, Nov. 21st, 1640.
INFANTS' silk aod tabby velvet caps, forsale
by S. NOURSE.
ep. 19th, 1846.
RIED PEACHES A few bushels good dried
peaches for sale by .,,
Fayette, April 24th, 1847.
I71XTBA Superfine and fine Cloth,
14 Jeans. Cassimeres, Sattinett,
Summer Coatings and Vestings,'
Linens, and all kinds of Summer Stuffs, for
sale low by SWITZLER to SMITH.
Fayol'e, April 21'h, 1847.
Howard High School,
THE sixth session of this Institution will com
mence on Monday the 5th day of April, and
continue five months.
For the primary studies, per session,
11 Common English branches, "
" Higher " " "
Latin and Greek Languages,"
Music with the use of the Piano,
ii without " ' " "
French, Drawing, Painting and needle work,
it.n I'siint nriccs.
Good boarding can be procured at from $1,23
to tl,r0 per week, every thing found.
The superintendence of the school has been
given by the Trustees to Mr. William T. Lucky,
A. M., and Rev. Natiian Scabritt, A B. The
great success of the school, under their direction,
is thebe9t evidence of their qualifications.
Th .nra of instruction embraces all the
branches of a complete English Education, togeth
er with the Latin, Greek and French languages.
All persons desiring to nttenu me scuooi, are
urged to be present at the beginning of the session.
We besprak for Howard High School a contin
uation of that patronage which has been so liberal
ly extended to it. heretofore.
JOSEPH SEARS, President, p. t.
A. W. Morrison, Secretary, p. t.
Fayette, Mo. March 20, 1847.
OEAVER, Nutria and Cassimcre hats, of every
- - . . . n n ni l 0
J Eiyloand quality by juiui iHCKJiwu or vo
St. Louis, March 0th, 1847.
Saddle, Trunks and Harness.
HIE undersigned has just received a splendid
assortment ot matenuls irom rniiaaeipiiia,
and is now prepared tu supply any cans in ins
Ho designs lteening on hand, in aildi
tion to his stock of Saddles, Bridles,
&c., an assortment of travelling Ihunks. Also,
Carriage and Waggon Harness, of the neatest
and lest oualitu. all of which he will sell on as
accommodating terms as they can be obtained in the
He respectfully invites persons needing such
articles to call and examine betoro purchasing
Shop on the corner a few doors below the store
of llnuiiEs, birch & ward.
L ELAND WRIGHT.
Fayette, June 6lh, 1847.
N. B. Casii customers can do best with rs:
though to punctual customers the usual credit will
be given. Corn, Y heal, f lour, meat, green ana
dm Hides, Linen, Linsey and Janes, taken in
whole, or in part, for work.
HE ain't one of the B'hoys that talks of taking
ji trip to Europe to buy his goods, and goes
down Enst and buys a few hundred dollars worth, &
spends 25 percent on the amount in ginger cakes
stops a week at Philadelphia reading signs-
comes home, preiiaps, me most noin- crmer in mj
these parts. Glasgow, December 12tb, 1846.
ALL -who want that valuable plaster, can get
the genuine article at Carroll's corner for
half price, and nothing shorter.
Uiasgow, Nov. Hist, tow.
Domestic Dry Woods.
3-4, 4-4, 5-4, brown Domestics,
Bleached shirtings and sheetings,
Bed Tickings and Drillings,
Negro stripes and Checks,
Diapors and Crash Towelings, Sic, &c,
for sale by -- SWITZLER d SMITH.
Fayette, April 24th, 1847.
BOYS' cloth, plush acorn top, and velvet caps
for sale by S. NOURSE.
September 19th, 1846.
SNOURSE, C9 Main Street, Hat and Cap
Manufacturer, has received the New York
spring fashion for hats, (Beebee& Costar pattern,)
and is now prepared to furnish customers with
hats of superior workmanship, and made of the
best materiols. The satin 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 cither bell, yeoman, straight or
tapor, with brim in width and shape to'suit the
taste and fancy, and fitted to the head with perfect
case, by tho celebrated Craneometer. Gcntle
mens' Cloth caps, with covers, and all the varie
ties of hats and caps usually kept in a genteel hat
and cap store. St. Louis, March 6th, 1847.
Titter and Ringworm Ointment.
BEATSON'S Tetter and Ringworm Oint
ment A certain cure for those very un
pleasant diseases, also for all diseasos of the
skin, for sale by WM. U. SNELSON.
Fayette, April, 17th, 1847.
To the Ladies.
Wc.have a beautiful assortment of Fig'd, Satin
striped, Hack, col'd and blue black dross Silks,
Mohair Lustre, mid Lawns,
Bulzarincs and alpaccas,
Organda's, Scotch and Organda ginghams,
Laces, Eduings, Rilibons 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 shawls, and many other de
sirable articles. J. RIDDLESBARGER & Co.
LEONARD, SCOTT & CU.'S LIST UF
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW,
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW.
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW.
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW,
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE
Tho above Periodicals are reprinted in New
York, immediately on their arrival by the British
steamers, in a beautiful clear type, on hue while
paper, end are fuithful copies of the originals
Blackwood's Magazine being an exact fac-simile
uf the Edinburgh edition.
The prices of the Re-prints are less than one
third of those of the foreign copies, and while
they are equally well got up, they afford all thut
advantage to the Amtric.an over the English reader.
PAYMENT TO BE MADE IN ADVANCE.
For any one of the four Roviews, $3,00 per annum
For any two, do. 5.00
For any three, do. 7,00 "
For all four uf tho Reviews, 8,00
For Blackwood's Magazine, 3,00 "
For Blackwood and the 4 Reviews, 10.00 11
(r Remittance and communications must be
made in all cases without expense to the publish
ers. The furmer may always be done through a
Post-master by handing him the amount to be re-
milted, taking his receipt and forwarding the
receipt by mail, Post-paid; or the money may be
enclosed in a letter, rati-rata, ujreciea to
LEONARD SCOTT 6i CO., Publishers,
70 Fulton St., New-Yoik,
May 15. 1847.
Cap Manufacturer, 08 M aio
St. Louis, Mo. April 24th,
apr. 10 J.
RIDDLESBARGER fr Co.
The undersigned having perma
nently located in Glasgow, Mo.
respectfully informs the citizens of
Upward and adjoining counties, that
he is prepared to manufacture Sad
dles, Bridles, Trunksand Harnesses;
and in short every article usually
made or kept, by saddlers; and he
feels confident in saying that work marteby 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 gee Ms work
before purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined
to sell as low as any establishment in the upper
country, and lie thinks a little lower. Call and
see for yourselves. A good assortment of work
always on hand, if not, made to order on the
The fo owing articles will be taken in exchange
forwork:IIides, Bcet-caltio, liacon, wneai, nax
seed.&c. A.-W. ROPER.
Glasgow, November 8th, lSlo. Ho ay
AS M FASHION
lints and Cans.
HE subscribers would inform the public that
they continue the Alanulacture ot Hats and
Caps, at their new stand, No. 23 Market street,
where tlicy are always supplied with a full stork
of the various kinds of goods in use, in their line.
All the lulest 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 manfuctured either east
or west of the mountains.
By an arrangement which they have made, at
much expense, they will produce tbaAcw lori
Spring aud Fall fashions simultaneous with their
production in that city, tlius enabling the rashion
able custom to supply themselves a month earlier
Doinir exclusively a cash business, the good cus
turner is not taxed with the delinquency of the bad;
and selling for one price only, tho customer is
saved much tune and trouble.
Orders for single hats or caps, specifying the
circumference ot 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 tho color or
wear. JUiiiN McJNilL. dr Uo.,
No. 23 Market St., Si. Louis, Mo.
Macrh 6th, 1817.
lloonvillc, M o.
The subscriber returns thanks to his
customers for their liberal support aud
solicits a continuance of favor.
From those who have never visited
his House, he respectfully bees a trial.
Charges as low as at any other Hotel in this
city. fi.a. wcruwtoun.
Boonville, wovemoer tst, iso. i it
i:.. HEKOIW, Druggist,
JVb. 48 North Main St., St. Louis,
X7"EEPS constantly on hand, fresh Drugs, Med
IV icines, Window-Glass, Glass-Ware, Ladies'
P efumery, and all the different Patent Medicines,
c h a p for Cash. Also, all the different patent and
Family Medicines at Wholesale and retail.
gt. Louis, March Uth, 1B47. oziy
IJeatson's Tetter and King
safe and certain cure fur Salt Rheum, Tet
ter. Scald Head, Ringworm, Barber's and
Prairie Itch, Waee, Uld fcores, Sic.
It is highly recommended foropen or u'cerated
Scrofula and Leprosy. No class of diseases have
ever been considered more difficult to cure than
those 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 beforo the discov
cry and introduction of Beatson's justly celelua
tod remedy this belief was well founded. Bui
wherever this medicine hss been known and used
it has shown this opinion to be erroneous it has
demonstrated tho certainty of a rutli-.-ul cure in al
most every ense. Tha proprietor, therefore, con
siders this ointment as a specific for the complaints
This is no "quock" remedy, but really a certain
and speedy cure: it has proved ellicaeiuus in every
case, without a single exception, for the last three
years, uuu mvariauiy eruuicaius it in loiineen
days, however inveterate or longstanding. These
assertions can be verified by reference to the nu
merous rcspectuble families who havo seen and
felt its eflicucy, and who have,- from gratitude,
offered their testimonial. It leaves neither smell
nor stain, and contuins nothing of an injurious
For sale by E. DEROIN, Wholesale Drug
gist, 4- Main S;reet, St. Louis, Mo.
St. Louis, March Otli, 1817. Tlv
plush, sea otter, cloth.
VX oiled silk, japanned luwn and muslin caps,
OIL SILK CAPS. Oil silk cap covers of fine
and medium qualities and the most approved
patterns, for sale by JOHN MeNEIL $ Co.
2:1 Market St., St. Louis. Mo.
CLOTH CAPS Cloth caps
VJ of tho
finest quality and of entirely new
shapes, as well as army and navy caps, either
with or without oil silk covers. Also, a fine
assortment of boys' caps for sale by
JUHX McXEIL S- Co., 23 Market St.
St. Louis, March 20th, ls47.
CHILDREN'S SILK VELVET CAPS Some
thing very beautiful in this line, to which the
attention of the Ladies is invited.
JOHN MeNEIL & Co., 23 Market St.
St. Louis, March 20lh, 1847.
po COUNTRY MERCHANTS. The subscri
J. bers have on hand a large and general as
sortment of huts for wholesale to the city or
country trade. Those hats have been selected by
one of the firm, a practical hatter of many years
experience in the wants of this market, and were
purchased at price so low that they can offer
unusual inducements to dealers to buy. Every
case is examined before shipping, and the huts
reshaped and ironed over if they need it, as is
generally the case after being received hare either
by sea or Inland. Fine hats uf our own manufac
ture put up low.
A general assortment of raps for sale as above.
JOHS MeNEIL S Co.,
No. 23 Market kt.
St. Louis, March 27th, 1847.
OIL SILK CAPS Oil silk caps of every va
riety of shape, and of the heaviest and rich
est silk and trimmings for sale by
JOHN MeNEIL A Co.
St. Louis, March 20th, 1817.
A Grand Father's Legacy.
Myer's Embrocation for Vie Curt
fTHIS painful disease, which has heretofore
J. named tne sum or iviedicai men, ana me
scientific world, it is established beyond doubt.
yields to the application of this Medicine. The
proprietor has sufficient evidence, from those who
have been cured, and nas so repeatedly witnessed
ts beneficial elfects, that he tels no hesitation
in calling on all who are sunenng, to use tins
Medicine, with a perfect confidence that they will
find speedy and permanent relief. It has never
yet failed to effect cure, and if properly ap
plied, it never will. This is strong language, but
the tacts lustily it. iiet any one wno oouots reaa
what those who have felt its beneficial effects
say of it. If thoy still doubt, let them try it, and
they will soon bear testimony oi us emcacy.
Howahd county, March 20th, 1847.
Mr. H. C. Mvr.ns. Sir Your Embrocation
hnvinc cured mv wife of the Rheumatism, with
which she was afflicted in such manner as to render
her almost helpless, and cause her to suffer the most
excruciating pain, I cheerfully bear testimony in
favor of the controlling influence your Medicine
exercises over this disease.
Yours, &c. WILLIAM TAYNE,
Fatette, March 20th. 1847.
Mr. II. C. Myers: Dear Sir The Embroca.
tion I procured of you has entirely cured me of
Rheumatic Fains. 1 have been troubled with
Rheumatism for 11 years, during which time I
have used Hunt s, Hays, Hughes' and other Lmi
ments, without finding relief. Your Embrocation,
has entirely cured mo, and removed all symp
toms of that painful disease, and I would recom
mend all who arc similarly afllictcd, to use it
without delay. Yours, truly,
J AS. A. DOUGLASS.
Mr. Harrison Barnes, of Toward county, has
been severely alllicted with Rheumatism, for some
fivo or six years past, tie had been confined to
his bed for several months provious to the time
he began to use this Medicine. Ho had been
under the care of some three or four different
Physicians, who all despaired of his ever getting
nil. e Ucffan to use the l:mbrocalton, and con
tinned its use for one week, when he was able
to get up, aud in ten days was sufficiently recov.
cred to attend to the business ot his lurra.
Mr. H. W. KitiNo, and Ciias. Givens, of Fay
ette, and all his neighbors, will bear witness to
the truth of the above stntement.
IfJ-Frcpored onl? byll. C. MYERS.
Agents E. Klein, No. 6 Main street, St. Louis
C. V A. L. Peebels, Lexington; Mize Town
send, Independence; N. 4-A. Johnson, Brunswick;
Barton &. Brother, Glasgow; P. Crow, Rocbeport
Thos. Selbv, Columbia; Hamilton McCrawley
Franklin; Malin & Ridley, Weston; J. Riddles
barcer & Co., Fayette; B. Bruce, Randolph Co.
O-Price from 50 cents to $1,00 per bottle,
according to size.
Fayette, March 27th, 1847. 36 ly
At the siirn of the Watch and Spectacles, I
have on hand and fur sale as good an article of
genuine Silver Spoons, as was ever put in tne
mouth of any one. I have trom the Soup Ladle
to the Salt Spoon, which I will sell either for old
silver or Cash not particular.
G. W. COOKE,
Boonville. March 27th, 1847.
To the Citizens of Howard.
The subscriber returns
bis sincere thanks to the
Citizens of Howard Co.,
for their liberal patronage
heretof ore shown bun, and
still offers his services to
them as repairer of all
kinds of WATCHES
from the Ship Chronometer, down to the old and
faithful Bull's Eve. New Jewells re-sett in
Watches, and all kinds of work done in the line
of Watch Making, at the sign of the large Watch
and Spectacles. it. w . luum.
Boonvillo, December 6th, 1840. 39 ly
CiARROLL'S can't be beat. That's the place
J for bargains. He sells goods chea per than
any store in town. None oj your 27 3-4 Whiskey!
Ha! ba! ha! Glasgow, December 25th, 1346
' Carroll's Corner.
K AA PACKAGES just received by tho con
JIJJ templatcd rail road. Those Germans
will have their Catfish line in full blast by spring
They are to swallow the groceries, &.C., $-c.,and
tow a barge with dry goods, ho says Larrolf !
Glasgow, Nov. 14th, 1840.
First Hate Ploughs.
bix hrst rate ploughs, on
hand, made in Quincy, Illinois,
n icir NHIH. 11 l Ki.11 1 PHni. iirnh
c I.., 1. mi
K?!?Rfefif!B ploughs were sold by us, last
year, and ttave satisfaction to the purchase s,
and are offered at a reduced price, to close. We
consider theui very low.
HUGHES, BIRCH & WARD.
Fayette, April 24th, 1817.
Superfine Family Flour.
We are now receiving and will continue to
keep for sale, a very superior article of FLOUR
the quality of which we are authorized to guar
antee to be first rate.
For sale fur Cash, by the barrel, or in such
quantities as may suit the convenience of pur
chasers. SWITZLER & SMITH.
Fayette, Fob. 13th, 1847.
rfMIE attention of the Ladies is particularly
J invited to our very handsome, superior and
cheap assortment ot
Leghorn and Fancy Bonnets,
Misses Bonnets, (various styles)
Organdie and British Lawns,
Ginghams, Culicuos, Bareges,
Striped and Checked Muslins,
Jacconets, Swiss and Book Muslins,
Parasols and Purasolettes,
Irish Linens, Long Lawns, Laces, Gloves,
Hosiery, Towelings, $-c, 4-c, which we
are offering at peculiarly low prices. Ladies
will please call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere just opened by
SWITZLER Si SMITH.
Fayette, April 24th, 1847.
Sleeper 8c I'cnner
UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, &c.
No. 120 Market Street,
South Side, below Fourth, Philadelphia,
Invite the attention of Merchants and Manufac
turer to their very Extensive, Elegant, New
Stock, prepared with grea' care, and offered at
the lowest possible prices for Cash.
The principle on which this concern is estab
lished, is to consult the mutual interests of their
customers and themselves, by manufacturing a
good article, selling it at the Lowest Price for
Cash, and realizing their own remuneration in the
amount of sales and quick returns.
Possessing inexhaustible facilities for manufac
ture, they are prepared to supply orders toanv
extent, and respectfully solicit the patronage of
Merchants, manufacturers and Dealers.
Philadelphia, July 17th, 1847.
No. 08 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.
KEEPS on hand a full supply of Hats, of his
own Manufacture, and would invite the at
tention of Country Merchants to Ins stock, and
also to the fact that he is manufacturing largely
Halt of the choicest material and workmanship,
enabling him to supply, on short notice, all orders
in his line.
Persons visitina the city and leaving thoir cast,
taken by his Craneometer, can always afterwards
order a hat that is sure to fit the head with per
fect rase. ' An examination of the casts, taken of
the different shapes of the head, will satisfy any
one of the utility of this method of getting its
Also, caps or his own and eastern make, ot an
kinds and qualities.
Also, leghorn, ranama ana raim Leat Hats,
for summer wear.
St. Louis, May 9th, 1846. 0--tf
This old and well known establishment has re
cently been enlarged by the addition of several
rooms, (and renovated trom top to bottom, insioc
and out,) which will enablo the proprietor to ac
commodate at one time a much larger number of
persons. His stables are attended by an excellent
ostler, his table always furnished with the best the
country can afford, and in short every thing provi
ded for the comtort 01 his guests, urn rrices.
Boonville, Juno 27th, 1848. 10 tf
Dr. Win. IS. Snelson,
Wholesale and retail dealer
in Drugs, Medicines, Paper,
Stationery, &c, isnowreceiv
ing the largest stock of Drugs,
&.C., ever i mportedto this market.
which he is determined shall be
sold at the very lowest prices.
Physicians and dealers gener
ally, are respectfully invited to call.
Fayette, april 18th, 1810.
T71AMILY BIBLES. A few plendidly bound
and gilt edged family bibles, for sale bv
WM. R. SNELSON.
Favette, april 18th, 1840.
Pure White L.ead.
r'lHE subscribers, agents for the sale of Glas
JL gow & Cuthbert's celebrated White Lead,
willkeepa heavy stock of all qualities on hand,
and sell at Manufucturer's prices, and charges,
Pure, per keg, $1,90)
Extra, " 1,80V 25 pds.
No.l, " " 1,65)
These are strictly cash prices, and no account
will be made under any circumstances.
HUGHES, BIRCH dj- WARD
Fayette, april 25th, 40.
IVew Crop Sugar at Carrol Is!
CARROLL'S Corner has just received direct
from Now Orleans 10 hhds new crop sugar
and 30 bags of Coffee. 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 full. He has a curiosity to feel like
a wholesale merchant for a week or two, and there
fore offers a few hogsheads of sugar and sacks of
cotfee by the hogshead and sack, but be will
retail all he can.
Glasgow, December 26th, 1846.
Carrol's Corner Never Tire!
Just listen awhile, till I tell you Ihe 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'hoys in 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,
Cassinetts, 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,
Linsey and apron checks, with sundry other things,
Buttons, tape, pins, needles and fiddle strings;
No Muffs, Balzarines, 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 end 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 12th, 1840.
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 Bostiug. Ilogwallow 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
Carroll's Corner don't sell, the Jows giveaway
Well, they don't do any thing elso.
Glasgow, November 14th, 1840.
1 SAY Smith, where did you buy that good Iron
M. vou shod my horse with t other uuy At Car
roll's Corner, and no where else! What makes
his iron so much better than any otlierl Why,
Carroll says it was sunk and laid in the river till
it cot riL'ht suple and tough! He sells 1-2 cent
cheaper than any of the rest ot them Huggatnon
gers in Glasgow. Well, he don't do nothing
shorter! Glasgow, December lath, lb to.
t MITH'S SUGAR COATED PILLS At Car-
IO roll's corner, they taste, of sugar, and not of
honey as those at the drug store.
Glasgow, Nou. 22d, 1340.
Sec how that Coat fits!
DID you get that coat at Carroll's Corner?
Well, I didn't get it any where else. I tell
you, Boh, that is Martin's No. 2, and I recom
mend all the b hoys to go there for nire fit and
cheap goods, lilasgow, JNov. Xlst, 1940.
OLD rye whiskey just received. Call at Car
roll's corner, if you want real pood old Rye.
It is too strong for coffee house use without water!
Glasgow, December 20th, 1846.
Pliimhc National Daguerrian
tMallery and Photographers
I iirniKiuiig Depots:
1 WARDED the Gold and Silver Medals, Four
V First Premiums, and Two Highest Honors,
at the National, the Massachusetts, the New York,
and the Pennsylvania Exhibitions, respectively,
lor the most splendid Colored Daguerreotypes and
best Apparatus ever exhibited.
Portraits taken in exquisite style, without re
gard to weather.
instructions given in the art.
A large assortment of Apparatus and Stock
always on band, at the lowest cash price.
mew York, vol Broadway; Philadelphia 130
Chestnut St.. Boston, 75 Court, and 58 Hanover
Sts.; Baltimore, 205 Baltimore St.; Washington,
rennsylvama Avenue; fetersburg, Va., Mechanics'
Hall; Cincinnati, Fourth and Walnut, and 176
Main St.; Saratoga Springs, Broadway; Paris,
127 Yieille Rue du Temple; Liverpool. 82 Church
St. Nov. Uth, 1846. 35 ly.
SURGEONS INSTRUMENTS.-A general as
sortment just received and for sale by
WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 24th, 1647.
TSexv York Furniture Stare.' -
Nos. 40 and 48 Olive Street, corner of Qd
sc., at. Jjows, iuo.
THE undersigned, successor!
to the late firm of D. C. Tuttle:&
Co., would respectfully advise tha
public that thoy are engaged In
the FURNITURE and HOUSE .
FURNISHING business, in all
ils various branches, and invite the
attonlion of those wishing to pur
chase New, Substantial, Durable and really CHEAP
tiOODS, to their extensive assortment of rARLOrl
& HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, embracing every ;
variety and unsurpassed in quality, style and rich
ness ot finish, by any establishment in the west.
All they ask is, that those wishing to obtain Furni
ttire and house furnishing goods of any descrip
tion, either wholesale or retail, will call at their
spacious Ware-rooms, examine goods and judge
of quality and prices, as they are confident that
that is all that is necessary to convince all wish
ing to purchase of the advantage of making their
selections and purchases of them.
JEROME & HARLOW,
Olive Street, opposite the Merchant's Hotel (for
merly uinsgow uousej ot. Jouis, mo.
(rOrders from dealers and others Drombllv
attended to, and (roods delivered on board of
Steamboats with despatch, in good order and free
St. Louis, March, 6th, 1847. 52 -6m
JOHN I. ELLET. RUSSELL SCARRITT.
Flirt & Searritt's
M il m &IOTH
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 in the West, tha
Proprietors are prepared to fur
nish entire. Steamboats, Public
II wrt( ,lous,es' Dwollmgs, and Deal
1 ill ers Ponern1' wilh complete
Jk assortment of fine, medium, and
common l umiiure and Uphol
stery; also, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs,
Brooms, Baskets, Willow Ware, Velocipede
Coaches, Transparent and Venetian Blinds, Work
Boxes, Clocks, Portable Desks, Veneers, Spanisb
Moss, Beds, Bedding, &c, &c; all very low for
Cash, and Cash only, at Wholesale and Retail.
QrGoods made to order at the shortest notice.
St. Louis, February 6th, 1847.
A large assortment of CHINA, GLASS AND
QUEENS WARE just received by
SWITZLER & SMITH.
Fayette, August 22d, 1846.
Hats and Caps.
JOHN MeNEIL & Co., having issued the New
York spring style of hats simultaneous with
its introduction in that city, are now ready to
fit every customer that may call, with a hat, not
only fashionable and beautiful, but -all that the
most exacting may require in the way of dura
bility. The moleskin hat, originally introduced
by them into this market, and now brought to
all the perfection of the French article, byThe
application of expensive machinery, and the'adop
tien of all the newest improvements, needs.no
encomium. They have won their way to 'popular
favor, and are now, par excellence, "the hat."
Their Nutria hat is light, pliable, of brilliant
color and gloss; and they have a pure Beaver hat
constantly on hand in the rough, one of which
may be finished for any gentleman at three hours
Every other variety of hat can be found in their
store, and hats of any shape or quality in general
use can be furnished to order at. six hours notice.
A splendid assortment of cloth and oil silk caps,
of new and fashionable patterns.
JOHN MeNEIL Si Co., 23 Market street.
St. Louis, March 27th, 1847.
ROPE. Halter and Bale Rope, for sale by
J. RIDDLESBARGER C.
Fayette, May 16th, 1846.
Regular Weekly Packet,
For Jefferson City, Boonville, Glasgow, Keytetville,
ana au miermeaiaie Landings.
The splendid, swift passen
ger steamer LEWIS F. LINN,
lI. R'eKVPTT Alnmlow
- -1 , ua.iuif
beeu 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 0 o'clock, and Glasgow at 12
o'clock, A. M., Thursday. On her downward trip,
ihe L. F. Linn will bo at Arrow Rock, Boonville,
Rocbeport, Providence and Nashville on Thurs
day: on Friday, nt Mnrlnn Sia. ir
Lity, Cote Sans Dessein, Smith's Landing, Port-
mnu, uoipuuiiii, i.uutre isiana, nncKney, Wash
ington, South Point and Point Labadio, and will
arrive in St. Louis early Saturday Morning.
For Freight or Passnr0 apply on Board, or to
N. BANNEY fr Co.,
No. 51 Front Street, St. Louis.
LISBON API-LEGATE, Keytesville.
J AS. T. JOHNSON, Boonville.
April 10th, 1847. ',
BRANDY A fine article at Carroll's corner.
July 17lh, 1-547.
RY GOODS If any body wants dry good
at cost or a little less, call at Carroll's cor
Glasgow, July 17th, 1847.
E wish to buy 20,000 pounds good sound
Bacon, either hnir mm,, I :j i
and shoulders separately, if n can be procured ia
ime. Those having thoir Bacon unsold will do
twell to call eaily; as it is wanted for a special
purpose there is no time to lose.
SWITZLER & SMITH.
Fayette, May lOlb, 1847.
r"1LOVER-SEED for sale, by "
J. ft i uuLhSBARGER Si Co.
Fayette, May 1st, 1847.
SKELETONS A few human Skeletons on hand
and for sale low by
WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, June 24th, 1847.
WANTED at Cnrrnll'a i.n,n;nn k..i..i. ji.j
apples. Glasgow, December 20th. 1846.
&UGAR AND HOP P EE Tk fc.
- . . ana
cheaper than any in Glasgow. Call at Carroll'
comer. Glasgow. June 17tb. 1S47.
HATS AND CAFS-Selling out below costal
Carroll's corner. fJulv 17th. 1HJ7
TyHISKEY Just received and now receiv.
. i, no arncie; can at Carroll's corner
for harvest whiskey. fJulv 10th. isat rner
BAI T I.... ! J . . r i
rwiivcu a large stock G. A. and
Kanawha salt t f'urml . ,? ,
Glasgow. cuePe" 10
INT and quart Bottles. 24 doz.. just receivf
and for sale low, at Carroll's corner. ea
IRON-Large atock for tale cheap at Ct0Il-
enrnar. some as Inur A r rruj
, - VCil 19,
CASTINGS rots, Ovens, skillets Keuu. s "
call at Carroll', corner if you i C.'
bargains. Glascow. Julv 17H, iiT,nt