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OF ALL KINDS OF QUEENSWHRE, LHiaA
' tfifi Main Street. St. Lout's, Mo.
ATn( lift ntu Sf Ml Boat owners, and others, are
invited to examine the stock of Queensware, Jc ,
at 105 Main Street.
It has been selected by the proprietor, in person,
from the best manufactories in Europe, and em
braces every style from the most costly oriiamsius
to the plainest ware.
Every new quality, or shape of ware issued
from tho manufactories, may be found upon the
shelves of this establishment.
The goods having beon purchased for cash, ena
bles the proprietor to sell on be.tter terms than
any other bouse in the west.
Bills made in the east, with respectable houses
: t.;. linn, will Via dunlicalrd. and any goods
Ducked at his establishment are warranted to go
free of breakage.
Call and examine the stock.
May 27, 1849 ll-6m
t r.-iiiiroiiiciit for 1848.
Weekly Packet for Jefferson C it;, Boonville,
ana utasgow, Missouri i.iver.
,4I225Y T'ie now ""d verT !""Per'or
vi idiji. passenger packet Kll lAU'
3lKrswi SON, N.J. Eaton, master,
will mane wseKly trios from St. Louis to Glasgow,
St. t.onis everv Saturday, at 0 o'clock, P
M.. and arriving at Glasgow every Monday
afternoon. Returning will leave Glasgow on
'i',,-Hu morning, at 0 o'c'.nck, and beat Arrow
Rock. Boonville, Kuchepurl, Providence, Nashville,
C lu.-ir.., ,.! TlVfrsoii Citv. stttno dav; be at
mouth of Osage. Smith's Landing, Young's Land
inn. Portland. Hermann, Loutre Island, l'iuckr.cv
Muunt Pleasant, Dozier's and St
rhurlKs. un Wednesday, and arrive at St. Loui
The KIT CARSON has been built expressly foi
the packet trade, and unites the qualities of great
speed, strength and light draught, with good ca
nnritv for freiiht and accommodations fur pass-en
,.,.,m ',,rni.sed bv any boat of her class. Willi
nmncr mteiuion on the part of her olficeis, it
hoped she will merit and receive a liberal share of
for frei''ht or passage apply on board, or to
W. H. BUYCE, St Louis,
WILSON &. BROWN, Boonville,
R. V. HARVEY, Boonville,
J. D. PERKY, Glasgow,
May 20, 1349.
mii'saculoii: woiiucriiu ti
(tr-Consumption Can be CfftdlJTQ
And we defy tho whole world toMiifce such
strong and undoubted testimony from men of such
high standing as we have, in favor of Dr Rogers'
Liverwort and Tur, It not only cures consump
tion, but brenks up the most distressing cough in
a few hours time.
tp-Anollwr remarka'dt cure if Consumption.
Mr. Gabriel Whitehead, of this city, was reduced
so low that all his friends, and even his physicianB,
had given him up to dio.
Mr. A. L. Scoville: As I owe my life to the
use Dr. Rogers' Liverwort and Tnr, I fee, it a duty
and shall without fear or delicacy give my testi
mony as cvidonce that others who mny be afflicted
with consumption or diseased lungs may know
that this medicine is no humbug, but is worth ten
thousand physicians' prescriptions for the disease
for which it is recommended.
Last summer I was taken with a most distress,
ing cough, and about the first of July my lungs
were solliseased that I bled, in a short time sever
al quarts of blood, which reduced me so low that
all my friends and even my physicians, thought I
must soon die with consumption. My brother,
however, soon heard of the wonderful cures made
by this medicine, and procured a bottle, and before
1 had taken une half a bottle, it seemed to go to
tho very seat of the disease, and raised a large
quautity of matter and phlegm, and my cough was
mopped as with a cliurm. 1 have since used some
two or three bottles, and am now able to attend to
inv holiness as well as ever.
I feel very thankful to the inventor of this med
icine, for if it had nut been for some all-powerful
medicine to have rai-ed the matter and phlegm,
and healed my lungs, 1 should, without doubt, now
have been in my grave.
If anv one will call on me, Catharine street,
half a souarc below Linn, 1 will give them tho par
ticulars, and refer them to numerous friends who
visited nie during my sickness.
Cincinnati, Jan lit, l-49.
Sworn to and subscribed this 20th day of No
rember, 1947. II. E. Spencer, Mayor of the city
03 Statement of Hira m Cox , ,QJ
Late Professor of the Cincinnati Eclectic Medico
College, and a physician well known, who has an
extensive practice, in relation to the cure of Miss
Belt, after having been given up to die with the
last stages of consumption, by a number of phy
sicians. Mr. A. Scoville Sir: However reluctant I have
been to permit my name to appear, attached to a
certificate recommending patent medicines, nos
trums or catholicums, I nevertheless Ihink it my
duty, not only to my patrons, bi t to the community
and all alilic.ed with diseases requiring cough
medicine, lo state that in three particnlar cases of
incipient consumption: Miss Belt, step-daugher of
Mr. John Carr, of thiscity, a Miss Burger, sister
in-law of Mr. V. WunJer, butcher, and R. K
Cox, one of our city council, that Dr. Rogers'
Compound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar, operated
more like a specific than any remedy of a similar
character, in its operation, that I have ever used
in my pratice. One of the cases above, viz: Miss
Belt, appeared to belaboring under the last stage
of scrofulous consumption, as pronounced by sev
eral physicians who were in attendance previous tu
my being called to treat the case. She is, at the
present time, in the enjoyment of as apparently
good health, and from appearances as likely to die
with any other disease as any other young lady of
this city. As it respects the health of the other
cases, all the threatened premonitoty symptoms
seems to have subsided from the use of a few bot
tles of the syrup above.
Very respectfully, H. COX, M. D.
Soldo; HENRY BLAKSLEY, Agent for the
proprietor, ouin-wei corner ol J hird and Ibsa
nut st, eel i, St. Louis.
Q-r Purchasers please remember the nama of
the medicine vr. uugers' oyrup or Liverwort and
Tar. Sold by
Dr. Wm. R. Snelson. Fayette.
Ph. O. lUNOERaoN, Glasgow.
Ciiarinon CoojiTf. Felix Rp.ooino, Sams
Buiir St Hill, Kaytesville; M. 1. Atkins, Brunt
wirk, .J.i.nm County. H. L. Brown, Linneus.
f May 6, "I.
Fresh Groceries and Liquors.
r "M1E subscriber hit just returned rrum (he Uhio
A river and St. Louis where he purchased end is
now receiving large addition to his former stock
of Groceries, Liquors, Iron, Nails, Castings, Cot
ton, Yarns, Bro. Domestics, dj-c. to whichhe beg
to invite the attention of public, and pledges him
self to sell at as low a rate as such goods can be
purchased in this market.
Glasgow, July 15, 1949.
YSTERS. 144 cons best Baltimore Oysters,
lut received and for sale by
July 29 J. D. PERRY, Gln-gow.
f I TUMBLERS. 5 boxes ass'd plain and
J glnss tumblers just ree'd and for sale by
J.D. PERRY, Glasgow.
75 bags assorted Nos. col-
J ton yarn just received and for sale by
ved and tor sale by
J. D. PERRY, Glasgow
4 LARGE and general assortment of Iron and
steel, blacksmith s bellows, anvils, vices
sledgehammers and moulds, for sale by
4 J. D. PERIiY, Gla-gow
100 bhls Cincinnati Rectified Whiskey.
100 hfbbW do do do
15 b'lls old Bourbon whiskey) warranted five
12' bhls old Rye do $ years old.
14 bbls Peach Brandy
25 bbls and kegs American Brandy
3 cakks Cognac do
1 cask pure Champagne do
SO casks and kegs Madeira, Port and Malaga
10 bxs Claret; 5 tixs Brandy Cl erries, Jiow in
store and fur sale by
July 29 J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
OTOVES 15 cooking stoves with copper and
O tin trimmings; 8 parlor and chamber stoves,
just received and for sale by
Julyau J. U. 1'LKKY , Ulosgnw.
rl ERRINGS Si COD FISH. 15 boxes dried
LA herrings and a small lot of firm cod fish, for
sale by (J29) J. D. I EKKY, Glasgow.
OYRUP. 4 boxes Lemon Syrup just received
and for sale by
J. D. PERRY. Glasgow.
PAINTED PAILS AND TUBS.
8 doz. painted pails.
5 nests " tubs, iust ree'd and for sale
by (jy29) J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
CUTLERY. A few sotts very superior Knives
and Forks, together with a gencrul stock of
Cutlery and Hardware.
Fayette, Jan. 15th, 1849.
SUGAR. 5 hhds at Carroll's from 4j to 6 cents,
a good article nprl
i BBLS HYDRAULIC CEMENT just re
Ai ceived and for sale on commission, at 4
per barrel a very superior article for cisterns
md cel'.erB. J. D. PERRY,
July 1, 1819. Glasguw.
IIQURS, of superior quality, forsnle by
J J. D. TERRY, Glasgow.
WE invite the attention of family's to a pecu
liarly fine stock of
Gunpowder and Imperial Teas
Old hyson and pouchung do
which we warrant equal to any ever imported; for
sale low (ml3) BOON, TALBOT Si SMITH.
Female Collegiate Institute.
MJE seventeenth session of this Institution
will commence on the second Monday filth)
of September. The Principal will be assisted by a
company of able and accomplished assistant teach
ers. The terms for boarding scholars are placed
at the very tnadcrate rate of 50 per session of live
months, for board and tuition in either of the reg
ular classes. Thnso who live, near enough to fur
nish a bed and have their washing done at home,
are charged, for the above, $S5. Boarding schol
ars pay .$20 in advance. A few additional hoar
ders cuu be received if early application is made.
J. L. TRACY, Principal.
September 2, 1S43.--26.
COMSTOCK at CO.'S
Concentrated Compound Fluid Extract of
For the euro of scrofula, chronic rheumatism.
General Debility, Cutaneous Diseases, Scaly Erup
tions of the Skin, Tetter, Pimples or Puctules on
the Face, Liver Affections, Mercurial and Svnhi-
las Diseases, Biles from an impure habit of the
jody. Ulcerations of the Throat and Leg, Pains
and Swelling of the Bones, and all Diseases ari
sing trom an impure stale of the iilood. Exposure
ami Imprudence in Life, Excessive use of Mercu
This Sarsaparilla is warranted positively as good
os any other (that can bo made at one dollar) ai
just half tho price of those so much adverlie),
and as strong, viz: SO cents per bottle, or six bot-
lies for $250. Remember lo ask for Comstook's
Sarsaparilla, and take no other.
caiilton's ring hone and spavin cure,
For the cure of Ring Bone, Blood Snuvin. Bon
Spavin, Wind Galls, Splints, and Curb on Horses.
Also Carltrm's Founder Ointment, for the cure ol
fouiidor, Split Hoof, Jloof-bound Horses, and
Contractui! feet. Also, all Wounds, Bruises in
the flesh, Galled Backs, Cracked Heels, Scratches,
iMrkings, IXickings, Cuts, kicks, Sic.
This Ring Bona Cure and the Founder Oint
mont are proparcd from the recipe of a very cel-
eoratea tngnsn farrier, and will cure in ninety
nine cases out of one hundred, any of the above
complaints, lhey have been used bv farmers,
liverymen, stogo proprietors, and others, with the
most marked and decided success.
Caution. None can be genuine without tin1
fiic-simile signature of the Proprietor on the wrap
per, J. Carlton Comstock, New York.
HAVE you a couoh t
Do not neglect it thousands have met a pre
mature death fur the want of attentien tu a com
mon Cold. Have you a cough! Rev. Doctor Bar
tholomew's Expectant Pink Svruv, will most nosi.
lively give relief, and save you from that most aw
ful disease, Pulmonary Consumption, which usu
ally sweeps into the grave hundreds of the young,
mo old, me lovely and the gay.
HAYS' LINIMENT FOR THE TILES.
The worst attack of the Piles are effectually
and permanently cured in a short time by the use
of the genuine Hays' Liniment, ilundreds of our
hrst citizens throughout the country have used
this Liniment with compile success. It is war
ranted to cure the most aggravated cases.
Caution Never buy it unless you find the
name of Comstock Si Co., upon the wrapper, pro
prietora of the genuine article, or you are cheated
wiiu a couiuerleit.
COMSTOCK ANO HEWES' NERVE AND BOI1E LINIMENT,
and Indian veuetable eliXER Is warranted to
cure any case of Rheumatism. Gout. Contracted
Chorda and Muscles, or Stiff Joints, strengthens
itcbh i.i m us, ana enables thoso who ire crippled
to walk again. Use this article and be cured, or
go without it and suffer as vou nleaia. Cerlifi
cates of cures by the hundreds can be seen, where
this article is sold only genuine.
Caution. All the above named articles are sold
by Comstock Of urolher, (jU ascend Street, St. LoU'
is, (under the Monroe House,) Dr. Wm. R. Snel
ton, Fayette, and Knoxif Heeman, Rocheport.
May 21, 191. -II-6111
John D. Perry, -
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
, GROUUK, .
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Water St., Glasgow, Mo,
fTAVING purchased of Messrs. Hanenkamp &
I 1 Co.. the large brick store and Warehouse
recently occupied by them, would respectfully call
the attention ot tne citizens oi nowara ana me
surrounding counties, to his very general stock
of Groceries, Liquors, Iron, Castings, Cotton
Yarns, &c, arc, eye.
Clemen's Indian Tonic.
lufallthle Cure for CHILLS, or AGUE and FE
VER, and a cure remedy in Jill, iota lit.
MITl'EN'V, and other FEVERS.
THIS INVALUABLE MEDICINE IS FUKELV VEGETABLE
'1MIE unexampled success of this truly unri
JL tailed Tonic, in curing in a few hours, where
all other remedies have failed, and that too. in
cases from six months to ten years standing
warrants the assertion, that if taking according to
directions, it is tnlallwte. A long list of ctrlih'
cates in proof of its infallibility might be added
hnt those npon the wrapper are deemed suiiicient
Try it and be convinced that it is th most pleos.
ant. most certain, and the very remedy ever
offered to the public for putting a speedy tennina
:iun to the Chills or Ague and Fever
Q-From the great popularity of this medicine,
inanv imitations, professing to be CLEMENS' IN
DIAN TONIC, are afloat. Therefore, be r to
ask for that prepared by GEO. W. HOUSE,
Nashville, Tennessee, who is sole proprietor.
Near Nashville, August 19, 1813.
Mr. Geo. W. House: Dear Sir I had Chill"
and Fevers for twelve months; pine months of the
tiin!, without being able to check it, with all the
aid I could procure from Physicians and the various
Tonic Fever and Ague mixtures sold by the urug
stores. In April lust I saw your advertisement
of Clemens' Indian Tonic, as an infallible cure. 1
made no delay in calling up.in you, and by using
said Tonic, I found immediate relief, and a perma-
nhnt cure. A friend of mino tried it about the
same time, with the same happy result. Yours,
respectfully, C. L. GLASSGOW.
From the Ciarksville Chronicle, Oct. 21, 1843.
Dr. T. D. Scott: Dear Sire have used
Clemen's Indian Tonic in many cases of Ague
and Fever, and we find it, in every particular,
what it is commended lobe in your advertisement.
We have heretofore used most of the popular rem
dies in use for Fever and Ague, and wo unhesita
tingly recommend Clemen's Tonic lo the confidence
of the public, irom our personal experience and
observation, as a safe, certain, and prompt cure
for the Ague and Fever, in any form or stage of
the disease. Vnurs, &c.
JAMES J. PRITCHETT,
Extract of a letter from the Rev. F. A. Owen or
Memphis, dated Nov. 16, 10, 1843.
My Dtar Sir I have tried Clemen's Indian
Tonic in six different cases, and find it efficacious
in a very high degree. It arrested the chill in ev
ery instance, and as yet there has oeen no return.
I cheerfully give this testimony, that others mny
be induced to use a remedy both salt and emcacious
in curing chills and fever.
Yours, very truly, t. A. UW.fc.IN.
Nashville, June 3rd, 1844.
Mr. Geo. IV. Ilimse: Dear Sir I shall make no
apology in presenting the following remarknble
case: A youth of about fifteen years old, living
with me, had the Fever and Ague for ten years,
without finding a cure; and I can assure you every
means were used to that effect. In December Inst
I tried a bottle of "CLEMEN'S INDIAN TON
IC," which arrested the disease at once, and am
hapyy to state, he has not had a chili or an ogue
since, lou should lose no time in giving this
Tonic an extensive circulation it will prove a
welcome friend and a great blessing to the alllicted.
yours, truly, JUHN 11. DAVIS.
The above case is known to me, and is strictly
true. WILLIAM WILLIAMS.
(fcJ-For sale by
Dr. Wm. R. Snelson, Fayette.
Stewart & Bukckiiart, New Franklin.
W. P. Ravmon, Glasgow.
Dr. O. Henderson, Glasgow.
July 29, H48. 21rr6
THE partnership of Musler& Ransberger ha
ving been dissolved, the undersigned respect
fully informs his friends and the public gener
ally, that ho designs cantinung the TAILORING
UUSIJESS, in all its various branches, at the
old stand, where he invites all who desire gar
ments made up in a fashionable and substantial
manner, to give him a call.
He has received the spring fashions, tor 1B43,
and his arrangements are such that he will be in
the constant receipt or all new fashions, as soon
as they are introduced into the eastern cities.
ierms moderate and work warranted.
J NO. P. MUSLER.
Fayette, April 22,49. 7-Om.
SPOONS. Silver and German Silver tableand
tea spoons, fur sale by
Fayette, Jon. 15th, 1949J
ROPE A quantity of good hemp bale rope fur
sale at 6 cents perpoui.d.
J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
JUST opoued and for sale very low, a good as
sortment of very tasteful and economical
Suspension and side lamps
These very valuable lamps are fitted up handsome
ly with ground glasses and fancy shades, and as
ihey burn lard or oil equally well, combine com
fort, elegince and economy.
maylO BOON TALBOTT iy SMITH.
,i very superior stock of
21 Gentleman's Summer Goods for sale low.
jnylO BOON, TALBOT 4. SMITH.
Strictly prime New Orleans Sugars
Very superior Rio and Java Coffees
Extra D. R. loaf and crushed sugars
Sugar house and plantation molasses
Choice raisns in boxes and half boxes
Star and tallow candles, brooms, starch, tubs,
buckets, pails, cheese, window glass, indigo, mad
der, copperas, galeratus, pepper, t pices, soda and
cream tartar, mustard aud all other articles in the
line of groceries and dye stuffs, of the best qual
ity and at the lowest prices, for sale by
mayl3 BOON, TALBOT & SMITH.
IROSS-CUT SAWS A lot of cross-cut saws,
V a superior article, for sale by
Fayette, Jan. 15th, 1848.
4 bales 4-4 heavy brown domestics 9 cts
2 bales 7-8 " osnagurgs 11 cU
1 bile 4-4 bed tickings
150 ps bleached domestic, assorted
GREENEBAUM, FISfE Si CO.
Fayette, April 20.
4 hhds New Orleans Sugar
15 aacks coffee
.. 3 chests tea
Madder indigo, alum and copperas.
GREENEBAUM, FISTE Si CO.
Fayette, April 29.
CALL at Carroll's Corner if you want more
ihan you can carry for a dollar,
Glasgow, Feb. 20th, 1919.
Iloon, Talbot &. Smith,
. FAYETEE, MO., . ;. ;
HAVING now received their entire slock, res'.
peclfully invite the attention of their friends and
the public genoraiiv, io an exniiununu,. -,,f
thn larirest. handsomest and most dssirable as
sortment of goods ever miroouceu in uim oca.,.
Soliciting a due proportion of the business of
the town and country, we assure those who may
be inclined to make their purchases of us, that no
....linn mill h wmitinir to cive entire satisfac
tion. Our stock will at all limes oe large enu wen
selected, and purchases made on the must advan
With a determination to uo a pormsnvui, un
satisfactory business, our prices will be uniformily
ns low as any house in thisor neighboring coun
ties can or will soil, either torcasu or to puncumi
customers on time, accounts io inn uuo uu m
last day of each current year and bear interest
from then until paid.
Beeswax, tallow, Hnx seed, nemp ana iow uiii,
Sic. Sic. taken in exchange for goodsat cash prices.
BOON, TALbUl i B.uiiu.
Fayette, May 0. 1848 .
T?enoe.tfiillv infnforms his old friends and
customers, that he has excellent supply of
' Wmateril. and is ready lo attend to an or
..r. II Hniirn keeninir constantly on hand a
full assortment of Gentlemen's Fine calf, Patent
Lcathef, Pump and Kip Boots, also a supply
of Gaiter, Brogan, Ladie's and Children's Shoes,
n nf which thev will offer at the lowest rates.
His stock of materials, embracing Morocco, pat
ent leather, coif and kip skins, are of thn best
olii. and their lasts are of the latest fashions.
All orders for work, will be promptly attended to,
and the subscriber hopes, by a strict application to
business, to obtain a liberal share of patronago.
Simp, south aide of tho public square.
March 18th, '43. 2 ly
Very Important to the Public.
ADDISON G. BRAGG, of St. Louis, having
made a foul and malicious attempt to destroy
the popularity and sale of Dr. Champion's very
popular and highly esteemed meoicines, oy menus
of false add slanderous publications in the Saint
Louis Sun, and in other papers published in ot.
Louis, and perhaps in popers published in different
parts of the country and having failed in his ma
licious intent, we know not what other means may
be resorted to to accomplish this foul purpose
hut in order to guard the public against imposition
we deem it our duty to inform them that we have
furnished all our travelling agents with a regularly
authenticated Letter of Attorney, signed with our
own written signatures, and certified under seal bj
a Notarv Poblic or other proper officer of St. Clair
cnuntv. Illinois, and also with a copy of the Letter
Testamentary, certified and sealed by the Probate
Justice of the Peace of said county. Have noth.
ing to do with any person travelling with Pills
who cannot show this evidence of their genuine,
ness. This caution is given to prevent counter.
fcits. P. A. CHAMPION, Exx
ISAAC GRIFFIN, Ex'r,
DAVID SWIRE. Ex'r,
Of the Estate of F. Champion, deceased.
July 22, 1949 20m4
Howard High School,
rPHE JVi'nfi Session of this Institution will
A commence on Monday, the 4th day of Sep
tember. and continue Six Months. By a new ar
rangement, the Academic Year is divided into two
sessions of unequal length ihe one of Four and
tha other of Six months and the terms are varied
in a correspoding manner. For the winter session,
the following are the
For tho Primary Studies, ft7 P0
Common English Branches, 10 00
Higher " . "
Latin and Greek Languages, 14 50
Music, with use of Piano, . 21 50
" without " 19 00
French, Drawing, Painting and Needle Work,
the usual prices.
Good boarding can be procured at from $1 25
lo $1 0 per week.
The Board of Instruction for the ensuing term
will consist of the following persona:
W. T. Lucky, A. M. Superintendent and Prin
cipal of the Female Department; W. T. Davis,
A. B. Principal of the Male Department; li. K.
Atterburv, Assistant in the Male Department;
Miss C. S. White, teacher of Music and Drawing;
Miss L. C. Leland, Assistant in the Female De
partment; Mona. J. E. Hamilton, teacher of
Howard High School having been in successful
operation four years, needs no commendation from
the Board of Trustees. Its character is established.
As some of the Teachers have never yet taught
in the Institution, we would take the opportunity
to recomnisnd ihem to the friends of the School
and the community generally, as well qualified to
fill tho various posts to which they have been
All persons desiring to attend the School are
urged to be present, at the beginning of the session.
We bespeak for Ihe School a continuation of that
patronage which has been so liberally extended to
SAMUEL C. MAJOR.
President of the Board of Trustees.
Fayette, July 29, 1849.
SHOT. 20 bags assorted shot for sale by
July 20 J. D PERRY. Glasg
TRAVELING TRUNKS. A
for sale at Carroll's Corner.
SADDLE BAGS, BRIDLES, dj-c.
CALL at Carroll's corner, if you want to rig
out for traveling, over coats and legging
thrown in. iiiasgow, Decemoer 4th, ln47.
WH F.ELS. A very superior lut of largo spin,
ning Wheel's, of Hern's make, for stile by
Fayette, Feb. 12th, 1948.
SAPPINGTON'S PILLS, for sale by
Fayette, Jan. 15th, 1849.
HOME MUTUAL FIRENDllARINE i INSU
RANCE COMPANY OF ST. LOUIS.
IN order that members may know and fully un
derstand the condition of this Institution, the
following statement is respectfully submitted
tins statement embraces the bu.iness ot the Com
pany to Sept. 1st 1949:
Whole number of policies issued 3370
Premium notes taken on same $318,090 20
Of the above notes have been
'returned' and 'cancelled'
notes amounting to $33,731 90
Amount often per vent re
ceived 25,905 00
Amount ree'd on assessments 4,052 25
Which deducted fioin the origi
nal notes taken, leaves in
Money on hand ft
Due on 10 per cent.
Estimated value of furniture
Total amount $209,307 49
Claims unadjusted to date
(Sept. 1) 3,42910
Debts unadjusted " " 1,498 00
The expenses of the company
have been for losses by lire 12.300 57
Contingent expenses 17.134 75
Total expenses $29,534 32
By order of the Board.
T. L. GARRISON, Tros't,
C. C. CAPY.Scc'y.
A - Grand Father's Legacy.
Jyer' Emhrocalion for the sCurt- tf
f THIS painful disease, which has
1 haffled the skill of Medical men, and the
scientific world, it is established beyond doubt
yields lo the application of this Medicine, The
proprietor has sufficient evidence, from thoc who
have been cured, and hns so repeatedly witnessed
beneficial effects, that lie 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 failed to effect cure, and if properly ap-
nlioil. It never win. , This is strong language, but
thn mem llisiliv 11. . JUHfc ni,y une iiu uuuui? , cm.
- . .-. . T .. L J., ..I.-
wiiat those whu have felt tys beneficial, effcclt
say of it. If they still doubt, let them try it, and
they Wilt soon near testimony ui lis cincnty.
Howard count?, March 20ih, 1847.
Mr. II. C. Myers Sir Your Embrocation
hnvinir cored mv wife of the Rheumatism, with
which she was afflicted insuch manner as to render
her almost helpless, and cause her to stiller the mos
excruciating pain, I cheerfully boar testimony in
favor of the controlling influence your .Medicine
exercises over tins disease.
Yours, tie.: WILLIAM TAYNE
Fayette, March 20th, 1847.
Mr. H. C. Myers: Dear Sir The Embroca
lion I procured of you has entirely cured me o
Rheumatic Pains. I have been troubled with
Rheumatism for 11 years, during which time 1
have used Hunt's, Hays, Hughes' and other Lini
mcnts. without finding relief. Your Embrocation
has entirely cured me, and removed all symp
toms of that painful disease, and I would recoin
mend all who are similarly aftl.cted, to use it
withoutdelay. . Yours, truly.
JAS. A. IJUUlii-AOO.
Mr. Harrison Barnes, of oward county, ha
been severely afflicted with Rheumatism, fur some
five or six years past., lie had been confined to
his bed for several months previous to tho time
he began to use this Medicine. He had been
under the care of some three or four different
Physicians, who all despaired of h's ever getting
up. He begun to use the Embrocation, and con
tinued its use for one week, when he was able
to get up, and in ten days was sufficiently recov
ered to attend to the business of his farm.
Mr. H. W. Krino, and Chab. GiVens, of Fay
ette, and all his neighbors, will bear witness lo
the truth of the above statement.
(r Prepared oniy by H. C MYERS.
Agents E, Klein, No. 6 Main street, St. Louis;
C S- A. L. Peebels, Lexington; Mize tie Town-
send, Independence; N.- ty A. Johnson, Brunswick;
Barton & Brother, Glasgow; P. Crow. Rocheport:
Thos. Selby, Columbia; ami I ton McCrawley,
Franklin; Malin & Ridley, Weston; J. Riddlcs
bargor & Co., Fayette; B. Bruce, Randolph Co.
ffrPrice from 00 cents to $1,00 per bottle,
according to size.
Fayette, March 27th, 1947. j ij 30 ly
CARROLL'S CORNER. The largest and best
assortment of goods in Glasgow, is at Car
roll's corner, and no mistake, he can undersell any
one in town. "Why?" Because he buys and sells
for cash. . Glasgow, December 4ih, 1847.
I went all over town the other day and called at
Carroll's up in the country, as Billingsley calls
it, and found Groceries cheaper than in any other
house in Glasgow ain't you town folk ashamed
to be undersold by a country store. BIG CUP.
PANTALOONS. If you want cheap pants,
call at Carroll's corner, where they can be
bought tor less than britcn cloths among the sav
ages. Glasgow, December 4th, 1817.
C?IX Lectures on Causes, Prevention and Cure of
kJ Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the Heart,
and all female Diseases. 234 pages, 28 engra
vings. I'aper au cts.; bound 7i cts. Mail to
any part postage 91 cts.
shoulder iiraces and Uhest Expanders, $2.
IVIBII to anypnrt DU cts. postage, inhaling Tubes,
Sil by mail, letter postage. Abdominal
Supporters, perfect, S8 to glO, for all Ruptures,
tailing of Ihe bowels and Womb, and: Weak Back,
and Chest; sent by Express everywhere. For
Braces or Supporters, or Rupture Supporters, give
height from head to foot, and circumference of
person next the surface, just above Ihe hips. If
Rupture, mention which side. Agents wanted for
the solo of the above goods. Address Dr. S. S,
Filch, 707 Broadway, New York, post' paid.
April 22, 1849 7-ly
HATS. A superior lot of hats, of all de
scriptions, "or sale low bv
Fayette, Jan. 15th. 1848.
CARROLL can, and as the Squire says, will
seu, lower than the Iew Urloans cheap store.
The squire says he will sell at St. Louis nrices.
with expenses added; Carroll has no expense to
auu, so lie is neat at nis own game. Lay on Mac
duff. Glasgow, mil
1818. St. Louis and Brunswick. 1818.
ieam l'acuct iconcna,
(Xj-Leaves St. Louis for Brunswick every Tues
day, at 6 o'clock, p. M. Leaves Brunswick for
St.. Lmiis, every Friday, at 6 o'clock, a. m.
The new and elegant pas
sengcr steamer ROWENA,
j w u. j. j EwETT, .Muster, will
resume her weekly trips in the above trade, on
the opening of navigation, and coutinuo them
throughout the season.
The ROWENA will leave St. Louis for Bruns
wick every Tuesday, at 0 o'clock, r. M., and ar
rive at Brunswick on Ihursday evening, lie
turning, the ROWENA will leave Brunswick, on
fnday miming, at 0 o clock; Keytesville Land
ing, at 7 o'clock; Cambridge, at H o'clock, and
Glasgow, at 11 o clock, a. m., and will be al
Arrow Rock, Boonville, Rocheport. Providence.
Nashville, Marion, Claysville, and Jefferson City.
same day; be at mouth of Osage, Colo Suns de
nem, &iiepley'8 Landing, Smith's Landing, Young'
canning, I'ortiunu, Loutre Island, Hermann
Petzer's Landing, Piukney, Washington, Point
Labadie, Augusta, Dozier's and St. Charles, on
Saturday, and arrive in St. Louis same evening.
The commander of ihe ROWENA retuns his
grateful acknowledgements fur the liberal patro
nago extended to her Ihe past season, and hopes
by strict attention to the interests ot shippers,
and accommodation of passengers, to merit and
receive a liberal snare ot custom, for the season
of 1849. For freight or passage, apply on board,
orto Am ex ai tu., st. Louis.
P. C. ARNOLD, Portland.
H. H. BABER. Jefferson City.
PHILIP CROW. Rocheport.
JAMES T. JOHNSON, Boonville.
J. & J. ADDERTON, Arrow Rock.
J. D. PERRY, or ) .
VILEY & DAMERON.J G1"gw
LISBON APPLEGATE, Keytesville land.
A. McMECHAN & CO., Brunswick.
February 20th, 1949.
A FEW bales heavy brown domestic,
wide, for sale by the piece, by
J. D. PERRY, Glasgow
barrels at Carroll's for less than 25
cents. Glasgow, Feb. 20th. 1849.
AXES. Hunt's, Collins' and Man's Chopping,
Broad and hand Axes. Al..,. .i.;..i;..
hatchets, for sale by J. RIDDLESBARGER.
rayeue, Jan. 1-nli, 1919.
1 , , NEW STORE I
i ; ' FURNITURE .! FURNITURE I ! . .
; Ellet aV Harriott's
UNITED STATES PURMTURE WARE
HOUSE, -corner f Second and Green streets.
(near the Virginia Until) Si. Louts, A7o. where
are the most vutnuiixiioiis rooms, nna ny lar me
larirest stock, of FURNITURE West of tht Al
leghany Mountains, comprising in part the latest
st) lea ol carved rosewooa in piusn, itohhc ann
f. .in ..un i. Antique styles, turned n nil twisted
ttwirivfl'S work of Philadelphia, the richest
j JAjQund ttiC9t gtves r Bovton and New
York, with elegant Inlaid pearl work from Canton
in China, London and Paris. Also, the largest
tork ever before offered in this market of f
plain,' medium nnd common furniture, choirs Via
of every description and kind, wash stands, 'T"
tables, lounges, rocking chain, window shades.
How ware, inattrasses, extension and card ta
bles,, etc. etc. etc., ell of which we will sell at
wholesale or retail, at the most reduced prices for
Keepers of Hotels, boarding houses, steamboats.
public rooms, dealers, persons commencing house
keeping, and the putilic generally, are most ear
nestly invited to call and examine our immense
and heeutiful slock. We will promise them they
will not regret the call. Come and see.
C.L.LL 1 1 f HAKKiUi'J '.
June 3. 1848. lSintt
C. iH. Vallcaii,
163, Main Street, St. Louis,
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment
of various styles Cooking Stoves, Franklin
7 and 19 plate plain and fancy Coal Stores, fancy
parlor Airtighls, hall, office, and dining room
Stoves for wood or coal, fancy and plain fire-place
and mantle Grates, and IIMlow Ware of every des
cription and variety.
ALSO Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Coppef, Block
Tin, Sheet Zinc, Wire, Rivets, Ears, Tinners'
Tools and Machines, in tots or separate, and all
articles in his line, which he will at all times sell
at Wholesale or Retail, as LO Wnr cash as can be
purchased in this or any Western City.
Orders from I he country will al ull times be
promptly filled and shipped.
Refers to Clark If. Green, Fayette.
St. Louis. June 3, 1949. 13
St. Louis Hal and tJap Manufac
tory. Ab. 72 North Main street.
COPARTNERSHIP. S. NOURSEhasassocia-
ted with him Mr. J. D. Crane, of New Jersey.
Tho -business of the house will hereafter be con
ducted under the firm of S. Nourse Si Co.
3. NOURSE & CO., Manufacturers and
dealers in all kinds of HATS and CAPS,
have now on hand an extensive assortment sf
goods, manufactured by themselves and carefully
selected from the eastern markets, expressly for
the spring trade, which they are selling alvery
low prices. Among which are the following:
Russia Fur Hats; Fine Silk do; Angola do; Wool
do; Tampico or Mexican do; Boys' Fine Silk do;
fanama, Leghorn, oiraw, Canada and Palm leaf
do; together with an endless variety of Men's and
Boys' Laps. 1 he above goods are all fresh, and
dealers will find it to their advantage to cull and
examine before purchasing eUewhere.
New York Spring Fashion received and ready
for sale. S. NOURSE CO.
St. Louis, Feb. 20th.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
At Eastern Prices.
NAFIS, CORNISH & CO.,
Publishers, Booksellers, Stationers and Paper
Dealers, No. 206 Main Street, between ihe
Virginia and Missouri Hotels,
St. Louis, Mo.,
HAVE always on hand an extensive assort
ment of SCHOOL BOOKS, comprising all
the different kinds used in the Schools and Col
leges throughout the Union. Biank Books, of all
kinds, Medical Books, all late and popular works.
A largo assortment of Paper, Stationery, Fancy
Articles. Fine Cutlery, &c.,&c, together with a
large stock of Miscellaneous Books, all of which
will be sold at the lowest "Eastern Prices."
St. Louis, March 4th, 1349. 02 6m
ST. LOUIS SHIRT DEPOT
Gentlemen's Furnishing: Store.
PARKER CO., 85, Main street, between Ol
ive and Locust, East side, St. Louis, Mo.-
Wholesale and retail dealer in
Stocks, Hosiery, Collars, Ties. Gloves, Pocket
Ihlkfs, Cravats, Suspenders, Under Shirts,
Scarfs, Shirts, Vrnicers, Riding Belts,
Money Bells, Carpet Bags,
Suspender Ends, $-c. dj-e.
Also Perfumery, Brushes, Combs; Purses, Um
brellas, Canes, -c. iyc.
They would particularly recommend their large
and extensive assortment of Linen and Muslin
Shirts, and would slate that it is not their inten
tion ovor to offer an article in their line of buti
ness for sale that will not warrant tho commenda
tion bestowed upon it, and give entire satifaction.
Their assortment will at all times be RICH and
VARIED, extensive and full.
PARKER &. CO.. 85. Main strcrt.
Between Olive and Locust (cast tide) St. Louis.
June 3, 184813ii,3
Roots and Shoes.
10 canes fine end coarse boots
ti " ,,oes
10 dozen ladies shoes, assorted
Children's shoes, astorted
GREENEBAUM, FISTE Sl CO.
Fayette, April 29.
Clothing. ,. .
4 dox. summer coats, assorted
10 doz. pants do
12 doz. vests do
3000 lbs cotton yarn
GREENEBAUM, FISTE K Co.
l ayette, April 9.
1 WELL assorted lot of castings, for sale by
rx J- D. IEKRY, Glasgow
WHEAT SACKS JC
burg socks just rec'i
000 two bushel osna-
d Iter Hfiwnn, F.,m
sale low by qprl J. D PERRY, Glasgow.
SCHOOL BOOKS A complete assortment of
every description, for sale cheap, by
lINE and extra fine French cloths, cassimerct
and yestings, linen drillings &c. at unusual
BOON, TALBOT dj- SMITH.
Iron and .Steel.
WE have on hand, and will continue lo keep1
for sale, a good assortment of
Genuine Sligo Iron
Get man steel
Cast and blister steel
Plough wings and slabs
Tyre Iron, &c. &c.
which will be sold on advnni.
ch sera of Iron are invited in ,.n ' p
ylO BOON, TALBOT & SMITH.
QLD RYE WHISKEY.-100b.rrel...trog7r
Ti tny,et ,n ull,eo. a cent less in
thej gallon. Glasgow, December 4ih, 1847.
Fayette, Jan. 15ih, 1848.
flO Tt?NS b"" ,10,'cd Iron in Glasgow, for
JV 6alc at Carroll's coiner.