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DIRGE FOR , THE BEAUTIFUL, j
v if B. ILLC9 OOODMAV. v.- . j
., , Tout ;OA bid me not utd kirn"
Softly, peacefully, ' ' ;
Lay ber to retj ' ;.' .. , i
i . .. Piece the lurf lightly ... j
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'' : . . daily, solemnly,
- Bnil o'ar ika ht
- Where yon have pillowed
Thus early btr bead. . ,
Plant young willow
1 ' I Close by hergrave;
Lt lit long branches
Soothingly wave; .
Twine iweet fosetr
Over bar tomb ;
Sprinkle fresh bud there--.
' Beauty and bloom.
Let bright fountain
Limpid and clear,
Murmur iia muaie
Smile through a tear-
Scatter iia diamonds
Where the loved lies-
Brilliant and starry,
Like angel'a eyes.
Then shall the bright birds
" On golden wing, '
Murmuring sing ;
; Then shall the soft breeze
Boaring rich fragrance
And melody by. '
, Lay the tod lightly
Over her breast ;
Calm be her slumber,
Peaceful her rest.
' . . She wsa, but given
A fair bud to earth,
To blossom in Heaven.
TBill WltKS AFTER MABRIAOE.
Jfy dearest, are you going out?
Indeed, 'tie very cold ;
. ' Let me, sweet love, around your neck
This handkcr.hief enfold.
You know how sniious for your health,
My own dear George, am I ;
One loving kiss before we part-Good-bye,
sweet chuck, good bye!
TMBCl YEARS AITEIl MARRIAGE.
You're going out ! why don't you go?
I cannot help the rain ;
You would'nt grieve me mightily,
To ne'er come back egn'n I
Umbrella ! I don't know where 'tis.
What'II you want next? I wondei!
Don't pester me about your cold,
Good gracious.' go to thunder ! !
Yoojio Idlers A great deal is said, and
' ; i 1 1 i . .
jueHiy. itgairm allowing uoya to idle away their
. time, and lounging aboul taverns, bowling alleys,
&c. Thia loafing destroys moie young men in
cities than all other rnnsA nm mrrm n...
-ww flu lUKVtllCI, JIUI
there is a droning, dissenting, lockadaisical class
r i .m i , , i
ui g'u caucu young lames, wno are really in
a worse way than these young fellows. While
their lathers, plain, honest mechanics and lbor
1115 men, worn cany nnu late to make a hard
Jiving, and furnish them the wherewith to show
off in public,, and their mother enslave them-,
selves to keep them tidy and cook their meals,
these interesting creatures ore lolling ubout, ter
rifisd at nothing so much as die idea of earning
the salt that seasons their food. You rnnnm in.
duce them to do even a little plain sewing by
ouenng mem uouuie pay, test lliey should be
known to be "working giils," and lose all
chances for the fashionable world. Interesting
creoiurn: a ueau weignt on industrious paienls
doomed to helpless dependence through life,
cr 10 ue bucbu weignt to uupnl Husbands.
A YAKKEES Calculatios. "Woll, it's cu
nous how we du git over the ground. Why, the
trees all look as if they was a dancin' a jie
to double ouitk time. I kin rtnar ..1
- mvttlVt veil UI
twelve years ago, that ir stilled from Bosting
Art M Wlnarlni T fiwl nil In P. If..l..l f.. - - .1
- . 5' 'i. t Mcurjljr on uie
next Saturday, niakin' iust three ilavs. Now I
kin git from Bosting to Filndi lfy in one day. and
T I I .L -ft -'
i ueen caicuiuiui inni u tt;c power ol eteam
increaapa fur tin n,vi ion vttt.it. a I. I...
, . .. . . . u.j iinn iirrii
doin' for the last ten years, I'd be in FUadelfy
j W uuys oeorc i srariea from Jioslmg!
The Hazel Eve. l'oets often praise the
Black, and the Blue eye of Woman seldom
the Hazel. Major Noah anyg "A woman with a
hazel eye never elopes from her husband, never
chats scandal, never sacrifices her husband's com.
fort to her own, nevr finds fault, never talks too
much or loo little, always is an entertaining, in
tellectual, agreeable, and lovely creature."
Pbettv Good. A lovely fair one recently
wrote the following as a postcript to l.er back
"My heart to you is given,
O do give yours to me ;
We'll lock them up together,
And throw away the key,"
A temperance lecturer in the South, short
time since, finished Ilia disrouise ihus-"Anri
finally, my hearers, why should any of you drink
' ardent spirits? My son Tom has got hi good
cider es any in the country, at leu cents a quart."
' Somebody calls a toper's nosa a volcano, and
the carbuncles, eruption of the crater.
It is loo true, that for one man who sincerely
pities our misfortunes, there are thousands who
sinceiely bate our successes.
- A lawyer once said to a countryman in a loose
frock, who was undergoing en examination at a
witness "You in the loon frock, how much are
you paid for lying?" ''Less than you are unfor
tunately, or you would be in loose fiock loo."
It li proposed to include marriage amoni the
rnt$ef chanrt, road penal under the gambling
" ... Joins D. Terry,.
WHOLESALE AIXI KETAIL
, ,, , ... GKOCEIt,. . I
FOBWABPINO AND COMMIflSIOff MERCHANT,
Water St., Glasgow,' Mo. r I
HAVING purchased or Messrs. Hanenkamp &
Co., the largo brick store and Warehouse
recently occupied hy them, would respectfully call
(he attention of the clllren of Howard and the
surrounding countlon, to hie very general stock
ot uroccriet, Liquors, Iron, Laitnifs, cotton
Varna, 4c, j-c, J-e. i
i'rrsh Cirocerien nnd Liquor.
r'THE subscriber has just returned from the Ohio
J. river and St. Louis where he purchased and is
now receiving a laige addition to his former stock
of Groceries. Liquors, Iron, Noili, Castings, Cot
ton, Varne, Bro. Domestics, frc. to which he begs
to Invite the atteniion of public, and pledges him
self to sell at as low a rate as such goods can be
purchased in this market.
Glasgow, July t5, 1849.
VSTEBS. 144 cans best Baltimore Oysters,
Just received and for sale bv
July29 J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
J class tumblers just ree'd and for sale by
July 20 J. V. TERRY, Glasgow.
4 LASG E and general assortment of Iron and
Jrx. steel, blacksmith's bellows, anvils, vices
sledge hammers and moulds, for sale by
4 ). D. PERSY, Glasgow.
100 bbls Cincinnati Rectified Whiskey.
100 hf bbls do do - do
. K) bVs old Bourbon whiskey) ivarranted five
12 bbls old Rye do t years old.
.14 bbls Peach Brandy
25 bbls and kegs American Brandy
3 ck Cognac - do
1 cask pure Cliampoirne do
30 casks and kegs .Madeira, Port and Malaga
10 hxs Cloret; 5 bxs Brandy Cherries, now in
store ana tor sale by
J'lly 29 J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
CJTUVES. 15 cooking stoves with Conner and
O tin trimmings; 8 parlor and chamber stoves,
just received and lor sale by
July 29 ,. J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
WELL assorted lot of canines, fur sale by
J. D. PERRY. Glassow.
IMTHEAT SACKS JOUO two bushel osna
WW burg sacks just ree'd per Rowena and lor
saieiowoy aprl J. U. fiiKKy;, lilasgo
Iron and Steel.
TITE have on hand, and will continue to keep
r V tor sate, a good assortment of
Genuine Sligo Iiun ,
Gcnnan eteel ,
Cast and blister steel
Plough wings and slabs
Tyre Iron, &c. tia.
which will be sold on advanlapcoua terms: mu
ch ers of Iron are invited In call.
maylO BOON. TALBOP & SMITH.
4 FEW bales beavy briny n domestic, yard
XA. wide, for sale by the piece, by
J. D. TERRY, (ilnscow.
IINE and extra fine French cloths, enssimerts
and vestings, linen drillings lie. at unusual,
ly low prices.
BOON. TALBOT $ SMITH.
NOTICE The steamer ALGO.V1 A
will run duiing the season of 1S49
upon the Missouri river, as a wepklv
packet between St. Louis and Brunswick leaving
St. Louis every Monday, at 6 o'clock, p. sr., and
returning will leave Brunswick on Thursdays at
Jay-'iBbt. J. T. CLEVELAND.
September 23, 1819.-3w
Clemen's Indian Tonic.
lufatlible Cure for CHILLS, or AGUE and FE
VER, and a sure remedy in BILIOUS HE
MITTEMT, and other FEVERS.
THIS INVALUABLE HEDttiNE IS PU1IELV VEOETABLE.
'IHE unexampled success of this truly unri
J. 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 scenrding to
directions, it is infallible. A lonir list nf nifi.
catcs in proof of its infallibility might be added,
bnl those npon the wranner are'deimd nfK,-i.ni
Try it and be convinced that it is the most nleasi
ant, most certain, and the very BEST remedy ever
.fT.....! ... i!. ..I.l: ft.- ...... . ' .
unci cu iu me uuuhu lor uiung a speeuy terinina
.tun in uiu iiius or Ague and rever.
many imitations, prul'essingto be CLEMENS IN
DIAN TONIC, are afluat. Therefore, be sure to
u . a ,v.. in. iici iiuimiorny or mis mecln-mp.
.K tor mat prepared by UtO. W. HOUSE,
Nashville, Tennessee, who is sole proprietor.
Near Nabhville, August 18, 1843.
Mr. Geo. W. Houss: lharSirl had Chills
and Fevers for twelve months; nine months of the
time, without being able to check it, with all the
aid I could procure from Physicians and the various
tunic fever and Ague mixtures sold by the Drug
Htores. In April Inst I saw your advertisement
oi Siemens' tnuion funic, as an tnfallihle cure. I
made no delay in calling upon yon, and by using
said Tonic, I fuund immediate relief, snd a nerma
nhnt cure. A friend of iimio tried it about the
same time, Willi the same happy result. Yours,
respectfully, C L. GLASSGOW.
From the Clarkoville Chrunielc, Oct. 21, 181.J.
Jr. i. v. j-cott: Ui-ar Sir We have used
if-iiM-i, iiiuian lumc in many caves oi amii
and Fcycr, and wo find it, in every particular,
wnai ii is comniPiiuea iodo in your advertisement.
vve nave neretoiore used most or the dodii ir rcn.
aios in use tor reverend Ague, and we unhesita
lintrly recommend Clemen's Tonic to tha confidence
or I no public, troin our personal experience and
observation, as a safe, certain, and prompt cure
ir inn Ague anu rever, in any lorin or stage ol
me U1K..U1 i nurs, cue.
JAMES J. PRITCHETT,
fcxtrac t or a letter from the Rev. F. A. Owen 01
jneintiliis, dated Iov. 1U, 10,
-''V sirar .Mr 1 have tried Clemen',. Tnrf;,.i,
Tonic in six dilli-rent cases, and find itelEcocious
in a very high decree. It arrested the chill in pv.
ry instnnre, and as yet there has been no return.
I rticeriiiiiy give tins testimony, that others mny
be induced to use a remedy both aaf and ctlicucious
n curing dull and fever.
Yours, very truly. F. A. OWEN.
Nashvillf. June 3rd, 1844
Mr. Geo. IV. Hnnse: Dear Sir I shnll mk no
apology in presenting the following remarkable
case: A youth of shout fifieen years old, living
wnn hip. ad the 1-evcr and Ague for ten years,
wunoui nnuiug a cure; ana I can assure you cert
means were ucd to that ifP-rt. In Decombfr last
I tried a bottle of "CLE HEN'3 INDIAN TON
IC," which arrested the disease at once, and
hapyy to slate, he has not had a chili or an acne
. : i iti . . . . .
si hub. juu mioiiiu iotn no nine in giving this
Tonic an extensive circulation it will nrnvo
welcome friend and a great blessing to the afflicted.
yours, truly, JOHN II. DAVIS.
The above esse is known to me, and i strictly
true. WILLIAM WILLIAMS.
(grFor sale by
Dh. Wm. R. S.viuon, Fayette.
Strwast It Busciiiart, New Franklin.
W. P. Ravnon, (ilasgow.
Dr. O. Hendesson, Glasgow.
.T!y 89, 1948filir8
TALLY &" HANtfA';'
, A.,F, bANNA'
CONMKRCB T.,' OLASOOW, Mo. ' f f '
WILL make to Order, in the nc test and ninst fash
Innohle style, and from the best materials, ell
kind- of FURNITL'KE.1
' Paniculnr attention paid to making COFFINS. '
'' CrAII kinds of country produce taken inpay
ment. ' i . nov2
ROOKS AND STATIONERY
' At Eastern Price.
NAFIS, CORNISH & CO., 'i
Pulliihtrs, BookstUeri, Slationeri and" Paptr
Dtaleri, AO. 200 Mam ISlreet, between tkt
Virginia and Missouri Hotels, '
"" St. Louis, Mo.,'
HAVE always on hand an extensive assort
ment of SCHOOL BOOKS, comprising all
the different kinds used Irt the Schimls and Col
leges throughout the Union. Blank Bonks, of all
kinds, Medical Rooks, all late and popular works.
A largo assortment or Paper, Stationery, Fancy
Articles, Fine Cutlery, Ac, Ac, together with a
In re stock of Miscellaneous Books, all of which
will be sold at the lowest "XaiTcrn Friers.
St. Louis, March 4'h, 1?4S. ' 52 Bin
THEODORE JONES. .
I. H. CURD.
Jones & Curd.
PRODUCE, COMMISSION AND
' ' NO. 0, COMME1ICIAL ST..
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
May 20, 8m.' ''
R. V UANINKAMP. O. A. HUMSICKI10USE.
HANENKAMP & CO.,'
C'oimnission and forwarding
NO. 59, WATER STREET,
(11) SAINT LOUIS, HO.
Corner of Main and Green Streets, St. Louis, Mo.
My friends and the public are respect
fully informed, that I have taken a new
Lease on the above named buildings,
and during the last four months have
been making improvements on the premises.
Viz : 1 have built a number ef pleasant rooms
have made the dining room one third larger, and
have finished it in a handsome manner, it is now
ihe largest in the city and is well ventilated and
can rest ztlU guests.
The Furniture of the House hss been replenish
ed throughout, and the premises generally im
proved by additions, alterations and repairs. The
house being situated on the principal business
street, and its principal public rooms, viz : (Bar
room, Otiice, Reading-room and Dining-room.)
on the ground floor, will commend itself to the
.public, as a desirable home whilst soiourninc
our city, and 1 pledge myself that every exertion
shall be used to render strangers comfortable
whilst at the Yirginia Hotel.
JOHN II. SPARR, Proprietor.
ScpJ. 10, 143 29m3.
UOCTS. J. 1 AltltlSII AND A. l'ATISO.H
RATEFL'L for past patronage, still continue
Ol to otter their Medical services to theciti
zens ol Howard county.
Dr. A. Patisun will continue his office at 1;
residence, one quarter of a mile east of Mr. Wil
louchby Williams. .
Dr. J. C. Parrish may be found at bis residence
lormcrly occupied by James Owens, one quarte
of a mile east of Suit Creek Meeting house.
CrN.B. J. C. Parrish will practice Denlo
March 4lh, 1848. 52 tf
-j t BBLS HYDRAULIC CEMENT just re
xw ceived and for sale on commission, at 1
per barrel a very superior article for cisterns
and cellcra. J. D. PERRY,
July 1. 14S. Glasgow.
I" IQURS, of suoerior quality, for sale by
lU J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
I reisli Tea.
WE invite the attention of family's to a pecu
liarly fine stock of
Gunpowder and Imperial Teas
Uld hyson and poucliong do
which we warrant equal to any over imported; for
soie low tmid; iJUtj, TALdU I &. SMITH
II ERRINGS & COD FISH. 15 boxes dried
11 herrings and a small lot of firm cod fish, for
saieby (jyV) J. D. PEKRY, Glasgow .
C YRUP. 4 boxes Lemon Syrup just received
ts uiiu iur sate oy
J"'y 0 J- D. PERRY. GlasBow.
PAINTED PAILS AND TUBS.
8 doz. painted pails.
5 nests " lobs, just ree'd and for sale
U.V-i; J. V. I'EKrty, Glasgow.
"iOTTON YARN. 75 bags assorted Nos. cot-
w ton yarn just received and for Rale by
. July 20 J. D. PERRY, Glasgow
Monthly Iliilletin Io. 9.
IHE position of the
Gr&tenberg Company in its
relation tu the health of the
community is now fully es
ahlished: and the admirable
enes of Grafcuheeg Med
.eines are everywhere ta
king the lead if ell others.
In numerous portions of tin
country the Medical Facul
tv adoDt these medicines in
ineir practice, satisfied, Irom ample tests, th--t by
their ue they can more certainly combat DIS-
c-rtop, AL.L. IIS ruK.lJS. And not only do
Physicians sanction and encourage their use, but
the CLERGY, of every denomination, attest their
wonaertut elliuacy; and in numerous ways rec
ninmend them to the people of their charge. THE
bhliAL, i'KOI' LSSION testify to the same thinir
In short, the public at large hail the introduction
or inese medicines as a public hies-jug.
I here are over TEN THOUSAND AGENCIES
or the Oumpany in Ihe United States, which are
not only profitable to the agents, but of vast bene
fit to the inhabitants. There shim Id not be a sin
vie town, village, or hamlet, without iia Graven-
oerg tiepot; and ir this Bulletin is read where
there ia no agency, application shou Id be made for
certificates, almost without number, are on file
at the office of inn Company, testifying to cure of
.no muni usionisning mnu; many ol winch have
been duly examined by the following distinguished
tentleinen: Rev. N. Banes. D. D.. Francis Hall
c-n. lix-wayur lirady, allot New York.
The power of the Graefenberg Medicines over
all bilious complaints, no mutter what their form
or severity, is a miller of profound asionihin-3nt.
ueiaii, tiieretore, who are thus afflicted, and who
would cleanse ihe xv-ii-in. resort ut one in the cel.
nitrated GR A EfEMBEtG VEGETABLE PILLS
AND HEALTH Bl ITERS. At all ov,..uy l,.i
ihcin call at some one of the agents and got a
pamphlet gratis, which will hilly explain the whole
The General Acent for Missouri, and Komi.
part of Illinois, is E. K. WOODWARD, St.
Louis, 10 whoru applications for airsn,.,a m
EDWARD BARTON, Secretary.
New York, September, 184H.
Sub-agent, Wj. R. Snelsom, Fayette,
W. B. TALLY.
Dott. Ai n. Diiiwiiidic,
FAYS TTK MO. ,. i -:i'X';
GRATEFUL for pst patrunace, atiM eontihiies
to ofiVi his MEDIC A L MU VWLS to the
citiznnsof Howard County, :' i ..i , : i
OCT" V' luce on inn bouth luit sil' oi the public
square, where he can usually be found in the days
at night at his residence, 3d dour below the Bank.
raye'.tfl, April lUth, 1847.. ; ,- - i
Docf. James L. Dunn,' "
OFFERS his professional services to the cUi
sens of Fayette and the surrounding coun
try. Office on Crlglar's row. i ; J
August O, HS4S. , ,,. ,.. t ....... -.A -. ' l
ohn II. Polls,
. DENTAL SURGEON,
frrOftice No. 19, Locust street;' between' Fourth
and Fifth streets, first door west of Odd Fellows
Hell. Octobers, 149. 31 m3
. TH08. 8HACKELF0RD,
Attorney nl l,aw,
WILL practice In the Courts of Howard. Saline.
Cooper, Kandolph and Chariton counties.
Ufficeon first street.- 31
Charles II. 1'nlleiistein,
, , DALF.it IK f
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Shoes and Boots. Hats nnd Caps, "
HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL."
' " Front Street, Glasgow, Mo.
Patent Concave Heater Churn.
T E call the attention of the public to the n r
T T' tide heading this advertisement, and in
vite the enterprising and curious to call anJ wit.
ness its operation. All advertisement in relation
to this invention, to the hundreds who have seen
it tested, is supererogation.
First. This Churn will produce butter, gather
ing it in a mass, from sweet milk, in five to ten
minues, and fromcream prepared, as families usu
ally prepare it, in three to five minutes.
Second. The utility of this invention is appa
rent, as better butter can be produced from sweei
milk, or cream, than cream soured in the usual
way; and by means of this Churn, a little girl or
boy cair perform, in five or ten minutes, what has
heretofore required ine laoor ot a woman nt man
for oneortwo hours, and sometimes half a day.
ThirJ. Bv simply turning a Ihnmh-screw, the
whole inside dasher is takeil out, leaving nothing
but the butler and mux in the plain wuouen box.
Fourth. It IS the cheapest Churn ever invented,
as the simplicity of its construction (though em
bodying a great philosophical principle,) makes it
but little to manufacture it.
Fifth. It is a common sense Churn, as all wiil
admit who will examine it.
We are now offering the complete monopoly of
tins staple article in oiates an I counties, which
wiil insure certain and large profits and a speedy
return of investments.
CULVER Sc MYERS. '.11. Vine St., up stairs
St Louis. Oct, .her S. IH Slrf.
Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Intermittent Fever,
and all Vie various forms of
Tliis valuable medicine is undoubtedly the safest,
surest and best remedy ever discovered for the cure
of the above, named diseases. It not only breaks
the chill, but removes the cause from which the
disease originates. Its operatiun is both general
While it acts generally upon the whole system,
as a most powerful eltorative, purifying the fluids,
freeing the solids from all morbid secretions, and
reinvigorating and bringing up all the vital ener
gies to a standard of permanent heul.li; it ot the
same time exerts a specific influence upon the livor,
digestive organs and lymphatic and glandular sys
tems; exciting them to healthful activity, remo.
vingall morbid matter, equaling the circulation,
restoring their proper and necessury secretions,
thus accomplishing a complete renovation from
disease, and restoration to sound and permanent
It will be readily conceded by every intelligent
mind that a Tonio Syrup composed of the most
valuable ingredients, carefully selected from the
Vegetable Kingdom, must possess far more potent
properties for the complete eradication of the disea
ses for which it is especially prepared, than can
possibly be compounded with the limited quantity
usually administered in the form of Pills.
Those who are suffering wilh Ihe prostrating
AGUE and FEVERS common to the west and
south those whose constitutions have become en
feebled by fhe use of mercury, quinine, or other
violept remedies should resort at once to the use
or this VALUABLE MEDICINE.
It has cured and will cure the most obstinate cases.
Travelling wilh the circulation, it pours its heal
ing current through every vein and artery or the
...mu,, ,n,Uy. a iic wuuie uuiinm economy is made
to undiTgo a thorough rudictil changu. Even the
mind partukes of ihe healthful process, and life
" ir s-u vug unary waaie. Dtinn
opnin 10 aeein worth possessing
ramphieis respecting this valnaMn mnAiina
nan k U. . C .1 . . . V'
s-mj vc vuluiuvu ui inc ugeiii! grain.
As there are many spurious preparations of sirn
lar name hawked about the country and solif n.
the reputation of the genuine
SMUU S TONIC SYRUP.
we therefore be cave to cnuiiin ih niitit!..
Bgainst imposition, as we cannot hold ourselves
responsible tor the effects wbich may result from
the use of spurious articles.
II. BLAKSLY &. Co. south-west enr. r
iinra ono llicsnut streets. St. LiiuU. R.i
Af'-nts. to whom all orders mu-t be addressed.
COIU n ISO uy
Dr. Snelson, Fayette. Dr. II
gow; RIaloni: fa Gabtii. Hontsville May 0. MS.
JUST opened and for sale very lew, a good as
sortment of very tasteful and economical
Suspension and side lamna
These very valuable lamps are filled up handsome
ly wilh ground glasses und fancy shades, and as
Hiey burn lard or oil equally well, combine com
fort, elegmce end economy.
msj lO BOON TALBOTT 4- SMITH.
U iiu led.
YMJ E wlh to contract for six hundred well
v t fatted hoc. hruc. In he delivBr,.,! tl,.'. r 11
for which the cash will be paid.
n , r SAVAGE & CO.
Glasgow, Ocmher 5, H.H.
ItlM-imialiftin Curcil !
TVrYEUS- EMBROCATION, a safe and certain
iTX cure for P.heumaiism, for sale by
J. D- PERRY.
fLATS. I wit.li to purchase two good Flat
Boats, of 300 barrels burthen, tu be delivered
in a iorf jwi. Also 20 to HO.000 barrel .i..
Glasgow, Oct 9,0. , J. W. HARRIS.
, . CONSTOCK & CO'8 - ... -,.,-!,.
Concentrated Compound Fluid . Extract , ut ';
- sarsaparilla: . -
For the eure of scrofula, ehrohie 'rheumatism.
General Dt blllty, Cutaneous Diseases, Scaly Erup
tions of the Skin, Tetter, Pimple or Puctules on
the Face, Liver Affections, Mercurial and Syphi-
tas uiseases, lines rrom an impure habit or the
body, Ulcerations of the Throat and Leg, Fains
and Swelling of tho Bones, and all Disess-ss ari
sing from an impure state of the Blood, Exposure
snd Imprudence in Life, Excessive use of Mercu
ry, yo. ,. '
This Sarsaparilla Is warranted positively as good
as any other (that can be made at one dollar) at
just half the price nf those ao much advertised,
and as strong, viz: CO cents per bottle, or six bot
tles for g250. Remember to ask for Comstock's
Sarsaparilla, and take bo other. ;
Carlton's nmo bonk and spavin cobs,
For the cure of Ring Bone, Blood Spavin, Bone
Spavin, Wind Galls, Splints, and Curb on Horses.
Also Carlton's Founder Ointment, for the cure of
rounder, fcpllt Hoor, HooHiound Hores, and
Contracts) feet; Also, all Wounds, Bruises in
the flesh, Galled Backs, Cracked Heels, Scratches,
Nickings, Dockings, Cuts, Kicks, &c
This Ring Bone Cure and the Founder Oint
ment are preps red from the recipe of a very cel
ebrated English Farrier, and will cure in nineiy
nine cases out of one hundred, any of the above
complaints... They havo been used by farmers,
liverymen, stage proprietors, and others, with the
most marked snd decided success.
CnutrVm. None can be genuine without the
fac-similn signature of tho Proprietor on Ihe wrap
per, J. Carlton Comslock, New York.
HAVE VOD- A COUGItl
' Do not neglpct It -thousands have met a pre
mature oeain ror tne want ot attentien tu a com
mon Cold. Have you a cough! Rev. Doctor Bar
tholomew's Expectant Pink Syrup, will most posi
tively give relief, and save you from that most aw
ful disease, Pulmonary Consumption, which usu
ally sweeps into the crave hundreds of the young,
the old, the lovely and the gay.
HATe' LINIMENT FOR THE FILES. :f
.The worst attack . of the Piles are effectually
and permanently cured in a short time by the use
of the genuine Hays' Liniment, hundreds of our
first citizens throughout the country have used
this Liniment with complete success. It is war
ranted to cure Ihe most aggravated cases.
Caution Never buy it unless you find the
name of Cumslock St Co., upon Ihe wrapper, pro
prietors of the genuine article, or you are cheated
with a counterfeit. -
0OMSTOCK AND BEWEs' NERVE AND BOnE LINIMENT,
and indian VEGETABLE ELixER Is warranted to
cure any caso of Rheumatism, Goi't, Contracted
Chorda and Muscles, or Stiff Joint., strengthens
Weak Limbs, and enables those who ere rrippled
to walk again. Use this article and be cored, or
to without it and suffer as you please. Certifi
cates of cures by the hundreds can be seen, where
this article issold only penuinn.
Caution. -All the above named articles sre sold
by Comstock c Brother. 69 Second Street, St. Lou
is, (under the Monroe House,) Dr. Wm. Ii. Snel
son. Favetle. and Iinoxc Beeman, Rocheport.
way n. f4?. I i-nn
OF ALL KINDS OF QUEENSWIIRE, CHINA,
No. 105 Main Street, Ut. Louis, Mo.
Merchants, Steam Boat owners, and others, arc
invited 10 examine the atock of Queens ware. cVc.
at 105 Main Street.
It has been selected bv the nrnnrietor. in nersnn
from the best manufactories in Europe, and cm
braces every style from the mosl costly ornaments
to the plainest ware.
Every new quality, or shape of ware issued
from the manufactories, may be found upon the
shelves of this establishment.
The (roods havlnir been purchased for cash, ena
bles the proprietor to sell on better terms than
any other house in the west.
liills made in the east, with respectable houses
in his line, will bo duplicated, and any goods
packed at his establishment are warranted to go
free of breakage.
Call and examine the stock.
May 27. 1848 11-Cm
r-1RAVLINO TRUNKS. A fine assortment
A for sale at Carroll's Corner.'
SADDLE BAGS. BRIDLES, c.
CALL at Carroll's corner, if you want to rig
out for traveling, over coats and leggins
thrown in. Glascow, December 4th. 1847.
SIX Lectures on Causes, Prevention and Cure of
Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the Heart,
and all female Diseases. Z.il psges, 29 engra
vings. Paper 00 els.; bound 75 cts. Mail to
any part postage G J cts.
Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2
Mail toanypart 00 cts. postage. Inhaling Tubes.
Silver, $:), ly mail, letter postage. Abdominal
Supporters, perfect, SJS 10 10. for all Ruptures,
Falling or thi bowels and Womb, and Weak Bank,
and Chest; sent by Express everywhere. Fur
n....,.c..,... u.., is..; ...
a,u,.v v. UiiV,,CID, UI I.lipiurtJ DUJJflUM V,9, glVO
height from head to foot, and circumference of
person next the surface, just above the hips. If
ruipiure, mention wnien siue. Agents wanted lor
ihe sain of the above goods. Address Dr. 8. S.
Fitch, 707 Broadway, New York, post' paid.
April ii, l84e) 7-1 y
vlj THE partnership of Mus'er it Ransbcrger pa-
11 -."m. ... uuucinij:iivti rtfJJKUi'
-JXfully informs his friends and the public gener
ally, that ho designs canlinu'ng the TAILORINU
ni'.Kt v.'.e.e : .111,. u . .,
..u......-.. , nl 119 VHIIUUI UrUIII'llKS, &l (He
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, for 194"?,
and his arrangements are such that he will be in
ihe constant receipt of all new fashions, as soon
is lhey are introduced into Ihe eastern cities.
Terms moderate and work warranted.
1KO. P. MUSLER.
Fayette, April 22, M-) 7.0m. .
CARRO LL can. and sis ilm Sjiiilm invi. tuill
silt, lower than the New Orleans cheap store.
The squire tay he will sell at St. Louis prices,
with exponses added; Carroll has no expense 10
add, so he ia beat at his own game. Lay on Mao
duff. . Glasgow, ml 1
OPE A quantity of good hemp balo rope for
aaie ai u cents per pound.
, J. P. PERRY. r,itf0w.
t i - .- -. NEW. STORE I rv, J!
.FU RNiTUREI, FURNITVREH
C .' Kllct & Ilnrriolt'a
UNITED1 ', STATES ' rURNITUR ' WAftE
' HOUSE, comer of Second and Oreen slrtets,
(near the Virginia Itnun Si. Ijiuii. Ao. where
are thejmost commodious rooms, and by far the
largest itrck f FURNITURE West of the Al
teghany.Mirunlaint, comprising in part the latest
siyies 01 carvou rosewood in plush, Uolhic ana
Antique styles, turned and twisted
work of Philadelphia, ihe richest
and latest si vies nf RiMinn mnA IMsar
York, with elegant inlaid pearl work froj Canton
in China, London and Paris. ' Also, the largest
stock ever before offered,, in this market off
plain, medium and common furniture, chsirsW
of every description and 'kind, wash standsT
tables, lounges, rocking chanS, window (.hades,
willow ware, maltrasses, extension and card ta
bles, elc. 'etc', etc., all of which we will sajl at
wholesale or retail, Ut the most reduced prices fur
cash. . .. . . . ,. ... ., .,, ,f... .; 1 ..,
Keepers of Hotels, boarding houses, steamboats,
public rooms, dealers, persons commencing house
keeping, and the public generally,- are most ears
nestly invited to call and examine our immense
and beautiful stock.- We will promise them they
will not regret the call.' Come and see,
ELLETT A HARRIOTT.
June 8. 1843 13m0 :
. . C. JW. Vatican,
' 103, Main Street, St. Louis,1
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment
of various styles Cooking Stores, Franklin
7 and H plate plain and fancy Coal States, fancy
parlor Airtights, hall, office, and drning room
Atones fur wood or coal, fancy and plain Sre-rdsce
and mantle Orates, and Hollow Ware of every des
cription and variety.
ALSO -Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Copper,' Block
Tin, Sheet Zinc, Wire, Rivets, Ears, Tinners'
Tools and Machines, in sets or separate, and all
articles in his linn, which he will at all times sell
at Wholesale or Retail, as LOW for cash as can be
purchased in this or any Wexfern Cit).
Orders from the country will at all times be
promptly filled and shipped.
Refers to CVuri . Green, Fayette.
St. Louis. June 3, 184S.13y '
St. Louis Hat nnd Cap Manufac
tory. No. 72 North Main street.
COPARTNERSHI P. S. NOURSE has associa
ted with him Mr. J. D. Crane, of New Jersey.
1'he business of Ihe house will hereafter be con
dueled under the firm of S. Noukse & Co.
--J 3. NOURSE & CO., Manufacturers and
dealers in all kinds of HATS and CAPS,
have now on hand an extensive assortment ef
goods, manufactured by themselves, and carefully
selected from the eastern markets, expressly for
the spring trade, which they are selling at very
low prices. Among which are the following:
Russia Fur Hats; Fine Silk do; Angola do; Wool
do; Tanipico or Mexican do; Boys' Fine Milk do;
Panama, Leghorn, Straw, Canida and Palm leaf
do; together with an endless variety of Men'a and
Boys' Caps. The above goods are all fresh, and
dealers will find il to their advantage to cull and '
examine before purchasing elsewhere;
New York Spring Fashion received and ready
for sale. S. iVO URSE CO.
St. Louis, Feb. 26th. .
Hon aril High School,
HpHE Ninth Session of this Institution will
A commence on Mond'.y, 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 the one of Four and
ihe other of Six months and the terms are varied
in a rorrespoding manner. For the winter session,
ihe following are the
For the Primary Studies, 7 00
Common English Branches, " 10 00
Higher " 12 50
Lalin and Greek Longnages, 14 00
Music, with use of Piano, 21 60
" without " 19 00
French, Drawing, Painting and Needle Work,
the usual prices.
Good boarding cm be procured at from $1 25
to il SO per week.
The Board of Instriirtlfin fni f Via pnanlnr larm
will coniiMi of the following persona:
- - .. . , ... t, t uici iinctiurii. mm j rin
cipal of the Female Department; W. T. Davis,
A. R. Prinrinn! nf iIia IVI.ia nan..,m... i' ir
-I w " ...u scp-u, miciii , li, I .
Atteiibukv. Assistant in the Male Department;
Miss C. S. White, teacher of Music and Drawing;
MissL. C. Lelanp, Assistant in the Female De
partment; Mom. J. E. Hamilton, teacher of
Howard Hirrh Rr-t.nr.l l.in'n.'k... ! ...... ..r.t
t - (uwi, 11, fuli;c39ui
operation four years, neds no commendation from
the Hoard of Trustees: Its character is established.
nssume 01 mc teachers have never yet taught
in the Institution, we would take tho opportunity
to recommsnd iliem in iI.a C..anj. r .1.. ',
....... . ,,v ,,V,,U9 UI ,l,t! OCIIOWI
snd the community generally, as well qualified to
fill the various posts to which they have been
All DCrSOna dehirtner In iHnnJ CI ..1
. , K mo LS.HUUI Brv
urged to be present at the beginning of the session.
.. v iui me rciiuoia continuation ot that
patronace Whteh hna hepn un lihnpoll., ,nn.l...l t.
n - - ..vvih.i. SAILUUCU ,V
SAMUEL C. MAJOR,
President of tho Board of Trustees.
Fayette, July 19, 18-H,
ry I niportant to the Public
ADDISON G. BRAGfJ, of St. Louis, having
made a fnnl i.n.1 m.l;.. .... . .,
the popularity and sale of Dr. Champion's very
popular and highly esteemed medicines, by means
of false odd slanderous publications in the Saint
Louis Sun, and in other papers published in St.
Louis, and perhaps in papers published in diflorent
ports of the country and hoving failed in his ma
licious intent, we know not what other means mar
be resorted to to accomplish this foul purpose
but in order to guard the public against imposition
wo deem it our duly to inform them that we have
fUrnished ill OUT trnvnllinn n nnn I j ,:,i.
authenticated Letter of Attorney, signed with our
own written signatures, and certified under seal by
- , uunv ur onier proper blticer of St. Clair
county, Illinois, and also with a copy of the Letter
testamentary, certified and sealed by the Probata
Justice of the Peace of said county. Have noth
tng to do with any pcrnoti travelling with Pills,
who cannot shew this evidence of their genuine
ness, Thia caution is given to prevent counter-rs-
P. A. CHAMPION, JSi'i
ISAAC (JRIFPIN, Ex'r, '
DAVID SWIRE. Ex'r,
Of (Vie Estate oj F. Cliampion, deceased.
July ai.,i-i yom4
ail Respectfully infuforms his old friends and
cusioiners, thtt he has ex -client supply of
' IWk-m&teriAl. mil iv ..,! ...,, i i,
i, J T ; iii iu an nr
ders. He designs keeping constantly on hand
full .rirtmnn, f S , , , , .
, ..,,,,,. . rne Cr l.,lent
Leather. Pnmn Kl I).,.,. .1 . .
c r- : orso supply
"n0;"0'' "gn. Ladle's and Children's Shoes.
nil r.f uJ.,,.11 ...:n ..a" .1 .
.,i,,7 muuiT(i mo jowesi rates. ,
lilt KtOCli ill iiifitoriritu or. i
ent leather, calf und kip skins, are pf the best
oiialitv. and ihpii. Inat .... r i. .
ah I i . ' losnions.
AM orders for work, will be promptly attended to,
and the subscriber hopes, by a strict application to
business, to obtain a liberal share of patronage.
Shop, south siIn nfll. a .,.,1.1:. ,...:. '
March 18ib, 7" - 2-1y ;
SHOT. 50 bags assnried shot for sale by
Julyi!U i-'J, U PKRRY. llasgri