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Vegetable Ague Medicine.
A safe com certain curt for Chili and Fever, in
all its anlplicaled forms. Also, an effectual
remedy for Fevers of every description.
This Medicine has been before the public fur a
number of years, and the beneficial effects so fully"
developed, that the demand for the Tills has in
creased to a very great extent; for although the
Proprietor has manufactured near hulf million
boxes during the past year, he has not been able
to supply many parts of the country. This Med
icine may be relied on in all cases to cure the
Chills and Fever tho first day.
v Bilious Fever, Typhus Fever, Winter Fever and
Scarlet Fever all yield to the use of this Medi
cine, and are cured by this system of practice, in
tV snorter time, and with much more certainty
than by any other system that has been recom
mended. Etch box contains twenty-four nilH.
twelve of which will cure any ordinary case of
Chills and r ever. A pamphlet accompanies each
box, giving full directions anil numerous ccrtirl
cafes of the efficacy of these Pills. Price reduced
to 1 00 per box.
Vegetable, Anti-Bilious, Anti-Dyspeptic,
Purifying and Cathartic Tills:
Possessing four important combined properties for
ine cure nj diseases, carefully ana correctly
combined, one article to assist Hit effect of
another for the benefit of the health of
The proprietor assorts, and without fear of
contradiction, that the demand for these pills is
not equalled by any medicine in the United States.
He has in his possession great numbers ol cer
tificates of the most astonishing cures that have
been effected by the use of these pills,
They are recommended to the attention of those
afflicted with Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Bilious
habits, lostiveness, Cholera morbus, Khcunia
tism, Scrofula, Foul Stomach, Depraved Appetite,
Worms, Jaundice, Headache and bick stomach,
Palpitation of the Heart, Diarrhea, Nervous af
fectioDs, obstructed Menstruation, Dysentery or
Flux, Heart-burn, White Swelling, and all those
diseases arising? from impure blood
Price twenty-five cents per box. A pamphlet
accompanies each bx with full directions and
ample testimonials of the good effects of these
Bclleville, Feb. 17, 1945.
We tha undersigned, citizens of Belleville, X 1 1 i
nois, hereby certify, that we are personally ac
quainted with Dr. Champion, of this place, and
have been for several years, and have tho utmost
confidence in him as a Physician; that he is, in
this community, and deservedly so, a popular rhy
We further certify, that we have used his pills
in our families for several years, and find them to
be a valu'ihle, efficient and safe medicine for the
cure of diseases for which they are recommended.
That they are in high repute in this community,
and of the celebrity and good effects of the pills
we have heard much from this and the various
other States in which they are so extensively
used. We think them worthy of high recominen'
W. F. Boyakin, Pastor of tho B't. Ch.
Thos. Hahuison, Minister of the M. E. Ch.
John Reynolds, Ex-Governor of Ills.
Wm. McClintic, Clk. of Co. Corn's Court.
John D. Huuits, Probate Justice.
Richard Hay, RWliflilJjir County
W. C. Kinney, tTJtt orSL CI
James Mitchell, Po
L. D. Moiir.isow, Rep. in the Legislatu
Seth Caktlin, Hep. in the State Senate.
L. D. Cadanne, Proprietor of Steam Mill
V K 117,1 1 F lit K Sl'ltl'P.
This preparation is confidently offered to the pub
tic as astfe and elViiluitl worm destruiing Medicine.
The proprietor having used it a number of years
in extensive practice and t lie unexamined succes:
that has attended its use in all cases where the
uatient was really afflicted with worms, has in
duced hitn to offer it for salu to the public. It is
composed uf a combination of the best vermifuge
medicine, and possesses, as well as the power ot
deslrovin" worm, a mild and effectual cathartic
nronertv. which renders it a very convenient pur
gative 'for children in all cases where physic is
needed it is mild and sale in us operation, an;
may be given with great advantage in Fevers, and
other complaints of children, even should they
not be alllictcd with worms, and it may be de
pended unon in all cases as a safe and certain
The proprietor has in his possession great num
bers of certificates, of the good effects from the use
oftliis nioilicine -ho will, however, only offer the
Belleville, 111., April 20th, 184G
Wo. the subscribers, do hereby certify, that
we are personally acquainted with Dr. Champion
of Belleville, 111., and have the utmost confidence
in hini as a physician, lie is deservedly a popu
ar physician in this community. ll'e have uetl
his worm medicine in our fumilies, and do recom
mend it to the public as the most ellectual medi
cine for destroying and expelling worms from the
system thul wo have ever Known.
A. H. Mullen, Thos. Duvsjn,)
C. BnooKs. Rob't Asttt.ocK, S" Belleville, Id.
Price 23 cents per bottle. The directions have
a fac simile of the Proprietor's namo, without
which none aro geii'imo.
F. CHAMPION. M. D.
"rj-Forsalo hv J. RIDDLESBARGER & Co.,
' Favette. O. HENDERSON, Glasgow. Al-o, in
nearly all the towns and villages, and by numerous
County Agents in all the Western and Southern
TJOVs' cloth, plush acorn top, and velvet cap
1J for sale by . KUUUbJi.
September l'Jth, 1-1 10.
SULPHATE QUININE Just received a quan
tity of Quinine and for sale by
WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april, 21th, 1847.
T 00 KS School Books, Quills, Letter and
MJ Foolscap paper, Wafers, Slates and Pencils
Ink Stands, dec. Mjtita u. u iuull,
Fayette, October 30th, 1847.
Teller and Ringworm Ointment,
BEATSON'S Tetter and Ringworm Oint
inent A certain cure for those very un
pleasant diseases, also for all diseases of the
Kin, lor sate oy tvm. i,. o.ilwju.i
Fayette, November 20th, 1347.
IVcw Fall and Winter Coods.
WE are receiving and opening a large and
rich assortment of Merchandize, which
we offer to the public nt fair and uiiiiorm prices
The stock incluilos every thing usually called for
in this State; the goods are all of the best quality,
and we confidently rely upon giving satisfaction
to purchasers, who are invited to call.
HUGHES. BIRCH & WARD
Fayette, October 0th, 117.
NFANTS' ailk and tabby velvet caps.forsale
by s. NUUKSfi.
sep. 19th, 1846.
JCHOOL BOOKS A complete assortment of
J every description, for sale cheap, by
Fayette, april 24th, 1647.
WHITE AND BLUE MEXICAN HATS
A few dozen received this day, and for
sale by 8. NOURSE, 63 Main street.
St Loui, July 31at,1347.
Hats anil Cans,
THEsubscribers would inform the public that
they .continue the Manufacture of Hats and
Caps, at their new stand, No. 23 Market street,
where tliey are always supplied with a lull stock
of the various kinds of goods in use, in their line.
All the latest improvements in the trade have been
adopted by them, and neither pains nor expense
will be spared to make their hats equal in dura
bility and beauty, to any manfucturcd either east
or west of the mountains.
By an arrangement which they have made, at
much expense, they will produce the New York
Spring and Fall fushions simultaneous with their
production in that city, thus enabling tho fashion
able custom to supply themselves a month earlier
Doing exclusively acash business, the good cue
tomcr is not taxed with the delinquency of the bad;
and selling for one nticE only, tho customer is
saved much time and trouoio.
Orders for single hats or caps, specifying the
circumference of the head, promptly attended to.
Each and every hat is guarantied to be all that it is
represented in selling, and the subscribers will be
responsible for any deficiency either in the color or
wear. juiiin mcjn&Hj f v;o.,
No. 23 Market St., St. Louis, Mo
Macrh Cth, 1847.
LEONARD, SCOTT &. CO.'S LIST OF
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW,
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW.
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW.
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW,
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE
The above Periodicals are reprinted in New
York, immediately on theirarrival by the British
steamers, in a beautiful clear type, on fine white
paper, and are faithful copies ol the originals
Blackwood's Magazine being an exact fuc-simile
of the Edinburgh edition.
The prices ot the ke-frints are less than one
third of those of the foreign copies, and while
they are equally well got up, they afford all that
ad vantage to the American over the L.nglish reader
PAYMENT TO BE MADE IN ADVANCE.
For any one of the four Reviews, $3,00 per annum
For any two, do. o.uu "
For any three, do. 7,00 "
For nil four of the Reviews, 8,00
For Blackwood's Magazine, 3,00 "
For Blackwood and the4 Reviews, 10,00 "
QJ Remittances and communications must be
made in all cases without expense to tho publish
ers. The former may always be done through a
Post-master by handing him the amount to bo re
mitted, taking his receipt and forwarding the
receipt by mail. Post-paid; or the money maybe
enclosed in a letter, Post-Paid, directed to
LEONARD SCOTT & CO., Publishers,
79 Fulton St., New-York
May 15. 1947.
SURGEONS INSTRUMENTS. A general as
sortinent just received and for sale by
WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 24th, 1847.
BOOT AND SHOE-MAKER,
AS opened a shop on the south-west side of
the public square, next auor iu mi. uiu-
or s Cabinet Shop, wnere ne is preparca iu at
tend to all orders in ins line oi ousiness, wnn
neatness and despatch, and on tho most reasonble
terms. His stock, embracing Morocco, patent
leather, and calf, is very superior and his lasts
nf tho most approved fashion.
Ladies', gentlemen's, and children's Shoes, of
every description, made to order and a supply of
Boots, &.C., scveu nnn pcjrgeu, Kept, constantly on
QrAJZ work icarranled.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
Fayette, April 17th, 1847.
RANEOM ETER. Heads of all shapes and
sizes fitted with beautiful hats, by
S. NOURSE. No. ti-i Main Street.
St. Louis, Oct.j3(Mh,J8J7.
rj COUNTRY MERCHANTS. Just ree'd
J. an extensive assortment of me:v and hoys'
fur caps of every description, viz: Otter, seal,
muskrat and hair seal; also, every variety of cloth,
silk, oil silk and velvet caps, for sale very low by
S. NOURSE, 08 Main St.
St, Louis, July 31st, 1-347.
We are just receiving a great variety of very
desirable WINTER WEAR, suitable for gentle
men, comprising in part as follows:
Avery superior assortment of fine cloth,
Cheup over coating and blankets,
The best assortment of boots and shoes we
have ever seen in this market,
A large assortment of beaver, muskral and
A few cheap ready made over coats,
Also, a few cheap ready made pants and vests,
A great variety of fur hat, frutn $1 to $3,00,
Buckskin gluves, mitts and over shoes,
Cassimeres, Stinnetts and Kentucky Jeans,
Cut velvet and fancy vesting,
Fancy and plain cravats,
Silk and linen pocket handkerchiefs, i$-e., $-c,
which we are determined to sell at inn very lowest
cash prices. J. KlDDLKSUAKUEtt 6i Co.
Fayette, October 10t!i, 1347.
C? IC ELETONS. A few human Skeletons on hand
O and for sale low by
WM. R. SNELSON,
Fayette, Juno 24th, 1317.
Hats and Cap.
Fur, wool and slick hats,
Fur, Sealctt, Seal skin, plush and cloth caps,
tor sale by JAMES tf. OTOOL1S,
Fayette, October 30th, 1347.
ARROl.L'S CORNER can beat widower's row
in every thing but marrying.
dirouiid Alum Malt.
400 Sacks, at $2,00 per sack,
100 Liverpool blown, at 2,u0,
100 Barrels No. 1 Kauhawa, at ri0cls.
HUGHES, BIRCH $ WARD.
Fayette, Nov. 13th, 147.
SILK, Merino, and Cotton under Shirts, and
Drawers, fur ladies and gentlemen's wear.
HUGHES, BIRCH WARD.
Fayette, October Kith, 1347.
Sea Otter Caps.
(y A ReaOlter Caps, latest patt rn, and as fine
6d Jt as any in America.
HUGHES, BIRC WARD.
Fayette, October 10th, 1917.
BRITISH LUSTRE The best article now in
use, for putting a rich and ornamental polish
on Stoves and Urates, only l'.'Jcentsa package,
for saluby WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, October 2d, 1917.
HATS AND CAPS. If any 'body wants Hats
or Caps cheap, call at Carroll's corner,
where they can get them at half orice. but not. on
the credit system. Glasgow, December 4ta. '47.
The aubscriberrcttirnsthanksto his
customers for their liberal supportand
solicits a continuance of favor.
From those who havo never visited
his House, he respectfully begs a trial.
Charges as low as at any other Hotel in this
city. Js a. Mcpherson.
Bjonvillc, November 1st, 1843. 34 tf
IScatson's Teller and King
safe and certain cure for Salt Rheum, Tet
ter, Scald Hood, Ringworm, Barber's and
Prairie Itch, Mage, Old Sores, &c.
It is hiL'hly recommended turonon or ulcerated
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 tho 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 ordinnry means of euro. Hence the
opinion so commonly prevalent, that they ore in
curable, and it is probable that before thediscov
cry and introduction of Beatson's justly celebra
ted remedy this belief was well founded. But
wherever litis medicine hss been known and used,
it has shown this opinion to be erroneous it has
demonstrated the certainty of a radical cure in al
most every case. The proprietor, therefore, con
siders this ointment as a specific for the complaints
This is no "quack" remedy, but really a certain
ond speedy cure: it lias proved efficacious in every
case, without a sinple exception, for the last three
years, end invariably eradicates it in fourteen
days, however inveterate or long standing. These
assertions can be verified by reference to the nu
merous respectable families who have seen and
felt its efficacy, and who have, from gratitude,
offered their testimonials. It leaves neither smell
nor stain, and contains nothing of an injurious
Q-Forsale by E. DEROIN, Wholesale Drug
gist, 48 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.
St. Louis, March 0th, 1647. 52 ly
GENTLEMAN'S silk plush, sea otter, cloth,
oiled silk, japanned lawn and muslin caps,
forsale bv S. NOURSE.
sep. 19 th, 18-10.
IL SILK CAPS. Oil silk cap covers of fine
and medium qualities and the most approved
patterns, for sale bv JOHN McNEILiyCo.
23 Market St., St. Louis, Mo.
ri EN TLEMEN'S
CLOTH CAPS Cloth caps
VJT of the
finest quality and of entirely ne.v
shapes, as well as. army and navy caps, either
with or without oil silk covers. Also, a fine
assortment nf hoy' caps for sale by
JOUS McS ElL Sf Co., 23 Market st.
St. Louis, March 20th, 1947.
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.
OIL SILK CAPS Oil silk caps of every va
riety of shape, and of the heaviest and rich
est silk and trimmings for saie by
JOHN McXElL $ Co.
St. Louis, March 20th, 1347.
Saddle, 'ftridlc, Trunk and Har
r"1HE undersigned continues to carry on the
X above business, in all its various branches,
and has made such arrangements as will enable
him to sell work much lower than has ever
before been obtained in this county; at
the same time pledging himself that no pains shall
be spared in rendering his articles equal to any
manufactured in Missouri, cither in workmanship
A good assortment of work always on hand and
finished at the shortest notice. All orders in his
lino will receive prompt attention.
All kinds of produce, usually taken by Saddlers,
will be taken in exchange for work.
07-Shop at the old stand, on the east side of
the public square. JOHN N. KRING.
Fayette, August 21st, 1947. 24 tf
Drugs, Medicines, Books, &c,
AT REDUCED 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, ij'c,
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 tilling' orders from
Physicians, with fresh medicines, at ft small ad
vance on cost.
A full assortment of School Booksof every de
scription, which will be sold lower than they can
bo purchased this side of St. Louis. Arrange
ments have been made which will insure at all
times a complete assortment.
Also, M epical, Law and 1 heological Books,
Novels. Poetical works of different authors, Al
bums, cc, &c., all of which are offered at prices
that cannot fail to please.
Fayette, May 23d, 1947.
I3AINTS, OILS, &.c. A very larjre and general
. assortment for sale by WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 24tli, 1947.
BEAVER, Nutriaand Cassimcre hats, of every
slyleand quality by JOHN McNEILiS-Co.
St. Louis, March 0th, 1817.
SHAWLS. A large lot, embracing every size,
color and quality, for sale very low by
JAMES B. O'TOOLE.
Fayette, January 15th, im.
IJERFUA1ERV I havo received a large supply
of Perfumery, consisting of Cologne Water,
Cosmetics, Fancy Soaps, Oils, &c., which will be
suld verv low. WM. K. SNELSON
Fayette, March 27th, 1617.
UTATIONEliY The subscriber has iust re
O ceived a large supply of Stationery, consisting
i iiit:r ui uu kiiius, Iannis, oieci reus, idks,
Wafers, Scaling Wax, Black Sand, Cedar and
Crayon Pencils, which will be sold low.
WM. R. SNELSON,
Fayette april 24th, 1947.
PILLS. The cenuine Dr.
Pills fur salo at the Drug and
WM. R. SNELSON.
A few very superior Gold Pens on hand, and
for sale by
fiXVITZLER & SMITH.
Fayette, October 0th, 1847.
CLOAKS, Leggins, Saddle bags, Travelling
bags, etc., &.C., forsale by
SWITZLER & SMITH.
Fayette, October 0th, 1847.
OLD RYE WHISKEY. 100 barrels, stronger
than any ever in Glasgow, and a cent less in
the gallon. Glasgow, December 4th, 1917.
A Grand Father's Legacy.
Myers Embrocation for the Cure of
riMlIS painful disease, which has heretofore
A bafllcd the skill of Medical men, and the
scientific world, it is established beyond doubt,
yieldsio-tho application of this Medicine. The
proprietor lias sufficient evidence, from thoie who
have been cured, and has so repeatedly witnessed
its beneficial effects, that he feels no hesitation
in calling on all who are suffering, to use this
Medicine, with a perfect confidence, that they will
find speedy and permanent relief. It has never
yet fuiled to effect cure, and if properly ap-
I'ncii, H never win. j ins is strong language, but
the facts justify it. Let any one who doubts lead
what those who have felt its beneficial effects
say of it. If they still doubt, let them try it, and
nicy win soon bear testimony or its efiicacy,
Howard county, March 20th, 1947.
Mr. II. C. Myers. Sir Your Embrocation
having cured my wife of tho Rheumatism, with
which she was nlllicled in such manner as to render
her almost helpless, and cause, her to suffer the most
excruciating pain, I cheerfully boar testimony in
favor of the controlling influence your .Medicine
exercises over this disease.
Yours, ic. WILLIAM PAYNE,
Fayette, March 20th. 1347.
Mr. II. C. Myers: Dear Sir The Embroca
tion I procured of you has entirely cured ma of
Rheumatic lams. 1 have been trouhfed with
Rheumatism for 11 years, during which time I
have used Hunt s, Hav, Hughes' and other Lini
ments, without finding relief. Your Embrocation,
has entirely cured mo, and removed all symp
torus of that painful disease, and I would recoin
mend nil who are similarly afflicted, to uso it
without delay. Yours, truly,
J AS. A. DOUGLASS.
Mr. Harrison Barnes, of oward county, has
been severely afllicted with Rheumatism, for some
five or six years past. Ho had been confined to
his bed for several months previous to tho time
he bezan to use this Medicine. He had been
under the care of some three or four different
Physicians, who all despaired of his over getting
up. He bejron lo use the I-mbrocauon, and con
tinued its use for one week, when ho was able
to get up, and in ten days was sufficiently recov
ercd to attend to the business of his farm.
Mr. H. W. Krino, and Ciias. Givens, of Fay.
ette, and all his neighbors, .will bear witness to
the truth of the above statement.
(fcV-Prepared oniy by H. C MYERS.
Agents E. Klein, No. 0 Main street, St. Louis;
C. A- A. L. Peebels, Lexington; Mize & Town-
send, Independence; N. & A. Johnson, Brunswick;
Barton & Brother, Glasgow; P. Crow. Rocheporl:
thos. fcclhy, Columbia; Hamilton ttlcurawley,
Franklin; Malin & Ridley, Weston; J. Riddles
barcer & Co., Fayette; B. Bruce, Randolph Co.
fCS"Price from 00 cents to 1,00 per bottle,
according to size.
Fayette, March 27th, 1847. 30 ly
To tlie Ladies.
We have just received a splendid assortment
of Ladies' and Children's FALL AND WINTER
WEAR, to which we iuvite the attention of the
A very fine French cloth, for ladies' cloaks,
Paris and English cashmeres,
Satin striped and plain col'd cashmeres,
Black and col'd fancy silks,
Black and col d popplins,
Pe ris plaid and oil dress ginghams,
Real and common alpaccas,
Gimps, fringes and laces,
Visile trimming and fancy neck ties,
Fancy silk and velvets, for bonnets,
Paris worked collars and capes,
Shell butterfly combs,
Mitts, (long and short) gloves, dj-c, t$-c,
Children's nett frocks and coats,
do. bonnets and hoods,
do. stockings, socks and gloves,
Fine woolen plaids and linseys,
A very fine assortment of cloth caps,
Patent gum over shoes, for ladies and children,
Flowers, feathers, and party hair trimming,
with a great variety of other articles. Call and
Fayette, Jan. loth, 1913.
First Hate Ploughs.
Six first rate ploughs, on
hand, made in Quincy, Illinois,
for sab, at &7.00 each. These
ploughs were sold by us, last
year, and gave satisfaction to the purchase s,
and are offered at a reduced price, to close. We
consider them very low.
HUGHES, BIRCH & WARD.
Fayette, April 24th, 1947.
READY MADE CLOTHING. A fine assort
ment of over coats to suit the season, at Car
roll's corner, cheaper than the Blankets can be
bought. Glasgow, December 4th, 1847.
SADDLE BAGS, BRIDLES, -c.
CALL at Carroll's corner, if you want to rig
(nt for traveling, over coats and leggius
thrown in. Glasgow, December 4th, 1847.
licited -The attention of the ladies is so.
to an assortment of the finest light
and dark muffs. JOHN McNEIL&Co.
St. Louis, October 30th, 1947.
Piano and Table Covers.
TERY superior, all wool, in colors, for sale.
f HUGHES, BIRCH $ WARD,
Fayette, Nov. ICHi, 1847.
Barrels, Ohio rlover seed.
HUGHES, BIRCH & WARD.
Fayette, Nov. ltfth, 1347.
T went all over town the other day and called at
M. Larmll s up in the country, as Billingsluy culls
it, and found Groceries cheaper than in any other
House in tilasgow uni t you town folks ashamed
lo be underbid by a country store. BIG CUP.
13 ANTA LOONS. If you want cheap pints,
call at Carroll's corner, where they can be
bought for less than britch cloths among the sav
ages. Glasgow, December 4lh, 1947.
Carroll's corner is invulnerable to the shafts of
calumny, come from what quarter it may. It's no
use to try and get the farmers who have tobacco
to sell down in the Indian Nation or up lo old
Robideau's landing, all they want isl per hun
dred for their tobacco and the cah, and they can
and will buy goods where they can be had the
cheapest. Glasgow, December 4th, 1847.
Q f TONS best assorted Iron in Glasgow, for
OxJ tale at Carroll's corner.
PURE WINE AND BRANDY We have, on
tap, strictly pure Wine and Brandy, from
which families can be supplied.
HUGHES, BIRCH & WARD.
Fayette, October 30th, 1847.
A fine assortment of Castings for sale at Car.
roll's corner. Glasgow, Dec. 4th, 1847.
NEW CROP SUGAR. 5 lihds. at Carroll's
corner, a cent less than the big sauire can
afford to sell, 8 cents, Ha! Ha!
rpRAVELING TRUNKS. A fioe assortment
ft. tor sale at Carroll's Corner.
No. 08 Main Street, St, Loui,Mo.
KEEPS on hand a full supply of Hats, of I'
own Manufacture, and wouldinvitethent-
lention of Country Merchants to his stock, and
also to the fact that he is manufacturing largely
iiais oi me cnoicesi material ano worKmansMP.
i , i. , . i . . . . . , '
enannu( nun 10 supply, un snort nonce, an orde
in his line.
Persons visiting the city and leaving their cast
taken oy nis uraneometer, can always afterward
order a hat that is sure to fit the head with per
fecteaso. An examination of the casls, taken of
the different shapes of the head, will satisfy any
one ui tne utility oi mis metnoa oi getting it
Also, caps of his own and eastern make, of a
kinds and qualities.
Also, Leghorn, Panama and Palm Leaf Hat
for summer wear.
St. Louis, May 9th, 1840. 9 tf
This old and well known establishment has re
cently been enlarged by the addition of Severn
rooms, (and renovated from top to bottom, insid
and out,) which will enable the proprietor to
commodate at one time a much larger number
persons. His stables are attended by an excellent
ostler, his table always furnished with tho best th
country can afford, and in shortevery thing provi
aco ior tuo comiori ot ins guests, uin i rices.
Boonville, June 27th, 1810. 10 if
lr. Wm. It. S nelson
Wholesale and retail dealer
in Drugs, Medicines, Taper
Stationery, &c, isnowreceiv.
ing the largest stock of Drugs,
&.C.. ever i inoorterltn this mirUi
which he is determined shall be
sold at the very lowest prices
Physicians and dealnrsuener
auv, are respectiuuy invited lo call.
Fayette, april 18th, 1846.
T7AMILY BIBLES. A few
and gilt edged fcmily bibles, for sale bv
or sale bv
Favette, april 19th, 1940.
Pure White Lead.
THE subscribers, agents for the sale of Glas
gow & Cuthbert's celebrated White Lead
willkcepa heavy stuck of all qualities on hand
and sell at Manufacturer's prices, and charges.
Pure, per keg, $1,901
Extra, " " 25pds.
No.l, " 1,051
These are strictly cash prices, and no account
will be made under any circumstances.
HUGHES, BIRCH dj- WARD.
Fayetto, april 25th, M0.
W inter Lard Oil.
rNE Barrel, best Cincinnati Winter Oil. for
W salo by JliUHES. BIRCH & WARD.
Fayette, Nov. 20th, 1847.
Sugar EBousc ITIoIasses.
OA Barrels, very superior.
AW HUGHES, BIRCH 5r WARD.
Fayette, Nov. 13th, 1847.
f-iHAMPIOiVS PILLS, ague and anti-bilious
wiorsaleby J. R1DDLESBARGER.
Fayette, Jun. I5th, 1849,
JUllfl I. IiLLET. RUSSELL 8CAHIJITT
Ellet & Scarritt's
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY
Planters' Tobacco Warehouse, vp 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, the
rroprietors are 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 Unhnl.
stery; also, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs,
Brooms, Baskets, Willow Ware. Velocipede
ioacnes, i ransparrnt nna Venetian Blinds, Work
lioxes, Clocks, Portable Desks, Veneers, Spanish
iWoss, Beds, Bedding, &c. Sic: all verv low for
uasn, and uash only, at Wholesale and Retail.
(Xj-Goods made to order at the shortest notice.
St. Louis, February 0th, 1847.
flats and Cap?.
r-nO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. The stibscri
J. bors have now in etoro their entire fall stock
of Hats and Caps, comprising un assortment
well adapted to tho wants of the country trade
They will sell at prices which offer unusual in
ducements to purchasers. The following comprise
a part of their stock:
10 doz super Hudson's Bay otter caps;
10 doz No 2 do do,
20 doz assorted quality Shetland seal;
JO doz do do do do Navy shape;
era "-'z ussuneu musKrat caps;
10(1 doz Oregon ond Spanish leaf mohair;
100 doz hair seal do; 50 doz fur trim'd cloth do;
100 dozen plain cloth, of all pattern?;
CO doz oil-silk and lawn; 100 doz sealotte do;
200 doz super molesniii hats, fashionable;
75 doz No 2. 3 &. 4 do do do;
25 doz super nutria do do;
100 doz Russia, cassimero, muakrat, black and
pearl Palo Alto hats, all shapes and qual
ities; 100 doz wool hats, assorted qualities end colors.
JOHN McNElLQ Co.,
No. 23 Market st.
St. Louis, October lGth, 1847.
Steel beods and reticule clasps; Silk, for purses;
Sticks and Spools; Silk and Linen hdkfs., in great
variety; Long Lawn do.; Patent and Cotton thread;
Veslings and printed Flannels; Jewsharps; com
forts and buttons; Penknives and fiddle strings;
Gloves, for ladies and gents, of all kinds; Canvass
and Irish Linens; Tailors' trimmings, of all kinds;
Blacking; Cow hides and Kmttting pins; Spanish
saddlo trees; Bridle bitts: Buckles: Stirruos: Sad.
dlers' and Shoe thread, dj-c, for sale by
JAHts d, O'TOOLE.
Fayette, October 30th, 1847. -
FAMILY BIBLES. A few splendidly bound
and gilt edged family bibles, for sale by
WM. ii. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 24th, 1847.
barrels Tanner's Oil.
HUGHES. BIRCH &. WARD.
Fayette, Nov. 13th, 1847.
Brown and bleached domestics,
Drillings, Tickings, Diaper, Crash,
Irish Linens and Long Lawns,
Flannels, all colors.
Spotted do., Ky. Jeans, col'd Linseys, dre.,
for salo by JAMES B. O'TOOLE.
Fayette, October 30th, 1847.
BUFFALO ROBES. Call at Carroll's corner,
if. you want to sleep warm this winter.
Glasgow, December 4th, 1847.
Jerome fc Harlow's
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Second and Olive Streets, Saint Louis, Mo.
Opposite the Munroe House.
1IAING greatly enlarged our Fur
niture Establishment, by the open
ing of additional rooms, ninking
row in all EIGHT LARGE
FVRMTVRE WARE ROOMS,
the attention uf tlio public is res
pectfully invited to the largest,
most extensive, and most complete
assortment of Furniture in the west, and offer
ing, we believe, surF.nioR inducf.mets to Furni
ture Denlers to Merchants FarmersProfes
sional Men Mechanics otel Keepers, Steam
Boat agents, &c. -c
Being largely engaged in the manufacture of
Cabinet ware in the city of St. Louis, together
with our connection with the most extensive Eas
tern manufactories, our goops are all made under
1 our own directions or manufactured expressly to
our order, and we will warrant them equal in
ac-ievery respect lo any furniture ever offered for
r oTt"'0 in t,ie western market, of either domestic or
foreign monufnetnre, and which will be sold al
wholesale or retail, at such prices as must give
satisfaction to all.
Remember one and all, that "seeing is believ
ing" and that erery person desirous of purcha
sing Furni ture, however large or small the amount,
is rAKTtcuLAnLY invited to give us a call exam
ine our stock price our goods, before purchasing
elsewhere and ihat our I.MMEASE FURNI
TURE ESTABLISHMENT! on the corner of
second and olive streets, opposite the Munroe
House. JEROME HARLOW,
Nos 44, 48 and 43, Olive St.
St. Louis, Jan. 22, 1843.
Pure old Liquors.
E have in store, one hundred barrels nf
Cincinnati A. Whiskey, all of Breeso'n
make, which has been in our warehouse nearly
two years, and entirely superior to any in upper
10 barrels Monongahela,
10 " French Brandy,
2 " Old Peach Brandy.
HUGHES. BIRCH d WARD.
Fayette. Nov. 13th, 1847.
rpo THE LADIES. A
-I. ladies dress goods.
very desirable lot of
such as Cashmeres.
Plaids, &c., are now offered very low by
Fayette, Jan 15th, 1848.
Hon ai d High School,
rT HE seventh session of this Institution will
JL commence on Monday, the 11th dav of firm.
ber and continue five months.
For the primary studies, per session,
" Common English branches, '
Higher " "
" Latin and Greek Languages,"
Music with the use of tho Piano,
' without " " "
French, Drawing. Painting1 and needle work.
the i seal prices.
Good boarding can be procured at from 1. 23
to .1.50 per week, every thintr found.
The superintendence of the school hns Wn
given by the Trustees to Mr. William T. Lucky,
A. M., and Rev. Nathan Scavuitt, A. M. Tha
great success of the school, under their direction,
is the best evidence of their qualifications.
The course of instruction embraces all the
branches of a complete English Education, topnth.
er with the Latin, Greek and French languages.
AM ..... ? ?
iiu pcsuiis ui siring to attend the school, are
urged to be present at the beginning of the session.
We bespeak for Howard Hicrh School a cnnl In.
uation of that patronage which has been so liberal
ly extended to it heretofore.
SAMUEL C. MAJOR.
President of the Board of Trustees.
Wm T. Lucky, Secretary.
Fayette, Mo., September 11th, 1847.
Boots and Shoes.
A largo stock of Boots and shoes, of every
quality, very low, by
Fayette, October 30th, 1847.
CLOTHS for over-coats, all colors and qualities,
Mackinaw bed blankets.
A great variety of cloths, for sale very low by
JAMES B. O'TOOLE.
Fayette, October 80th, 1847.
Hardware and Cutlery.
Collins' Axes, Troce and Log Chains,
Hinges and Screws,
Locks and Latches,
Coffee Mills, Waiters,
Knives and Forks, Hammers,
Penknives and Scissors,
Rnynra nml Rtmn. . . ,, ....
.i i" A , v"ri '" B" articles in
this line, for sale low by JAMES B. O'TOOLE.
I'uyeue, uciouer Jiutn, 1847.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
co-partnership existing between the sub-
senbers will be dissolved nn lUori. . ..
by mutual consent. The entire stock of merchan
dise passes into the hands of Jesse Riddlesbarger.
who will continue business at the old stand on
ie most reasonable terms, For Cash. Weavail
urselves of this opportunity to return .i..i.
to the citizens of this county for the liberal patro
nage received at their hands, and solicit for the
new concern a continuance nf ilmt.
and patronage. As ono of the firm will l,, p....
ette, we hope those indebted, either by note or
account, will seethe necessity of prompt pay.
ment. After a month or two an agent will be
employed to collect all balances then unn.M
which will be both expensive ond unpleasant to
the parties. The books and notes will be left in
the hands of J. Riddlesbarger, at the old staVd
bither partner is authorized to setti. th. k...: .
of the firm.
Fayette, Dec 25th, 1847.
P. S. John D. Terry has nilrplinaoj tl.A IT
nd block of Groceries owned nj j t
P. 7anonkamn $ Co.. Glasgow n,h.' u
pects to continue the Grocery and rnmm;.- "
hnuina.. 1U .. ... ' ., """lull
" iur nun U19 patronage of
our friends. J. RIDDI.KSRA Rr;pn .. ot
J-i.b ut vot
FURS, SKINS, SHNITZ, &c.
Carroll pays the highest price for skins
Coon, or Beef hides, thick or thin, '
But the Coon aro wanted more than all,
As they'll be scarce about next Fall
For Polk will annex all Mexico,
And Boer hides will sell very low,
Applesare wanted, both green and dry,
If sweet and sound, and not too high '
Glasgow, Jan. 15th, 1847.
Double Keflned Loar Su&aT"
'"Pd-double refined, flint, '
ino's eel.h,.. A T.i.:.. ,"!T rom. O'W-
" iiiiH P." 'nery
Fayette, Nov. 13th, 1847.'