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Lort is ihe golden chair) that blends,
In unity, 'Confiding friends; -Tbl
image of (he bltsl above,
-Who dwell m God, for God is love."
roxitr The pellucid gem,
That glows upon ihe diadem;
It daftces in the chryslal stream,
And brightens in the burning beam ;
Our bridal garment it (hall be,
When we the King of Glory see.
FiDitiTT The final teat,
For such aa shall be truly blest;
And srowns of glory will descend
On all who're faithful to the end.
epTgr A M .
Marie's like S clock, they say,
Unconscious of her beauty;
She regulates the live long day,
Exact in every duty.
If this be true -such self command,
Such well directed powers
0 in ny her little minute hand
Become s hand of hourt.
EARLY MARRIAGES EARLY
Our attention has been called to this sub
ject by reading in on of our daily pa
per tli notice of the death of a child,
sixteen years'of age, who appears to have
been a wife and a mother! This, we a
aware, is only one out of many thousands
of instances that might be annually recur
ded of the fatal consepucncca of early or
premature marriages. We know that
certain class of philosophers and moralists
have made themselves conspicuous by their
zealous recommendations to both sexes to
enter the mariingo stotc at as early a pe
riod as possible. uut; in our opinion, no
true philanthropist or Christian would give
his sanction to a state of life, which, pre
maturely commenced, must in rune cases
out of ten prove destructive to health and
.Wliy all this baste to enter upon a stage
of existence which is so ceitain to shorten
existence itself, or at least to snap asunder
those half-formed chords of affection upon
which the inconsiderate rest all their hopes
of connubial bliss?
Many light-hearted and weak-mined girls
ore in perpetual dread and alarm, lest tliey
saould be doomed to wear the time-honored
and virtuous designation of "old maid.',
But could they appreciate the quiet digni
ty that invariably accompanies such a
character in the eyes of all re fid cling ob
servers, or the placid happiness that reigns
within the hearts of those old maids, they
would not be so anxious to change their
condition as to jeopardize all those bless
ings which render life desirable, and with
out which the ninri ingn state must ever be
one of apprehension, distress and suffering.
But wo do not intend by these rcinaiks,
to give a preference of one state of life
over another. There aro pleasures nnd
joys in every state, when the heart is pure
and the mind correctly balanced. Wc
must expect, however, when we violate the
laws of nature, and assume in infuncy the
duties and responsibilities of wives and
mothers, that our clays will be few and
full of sorrow. There may be exceptions,
it is true, but the reasons for such arc pe
culiar. Fanny Linton.
"n 6 b lcs e n'tTmentT
This is an agreeable; world after all. If
we would only bring ourselves to look at
the subjects that surround ns in their true
light, wo should sco beauty where we be
hold deformity, and listen to harmony
where we heard nothing but discord. To
be sure, there is a great di al of vexation
to meet; we cannot sail upon a clear coast
forever; yet if we preserve a calm eye and
steady hand, we can so trim our sail and
manage our helm, as to avoid the quick
sands and weather the storms that threaten
shipwreck. We are members of one great
family; we are traveling the same road, and
hull arrive at the same g'al. We breathe
the same air, are subject to the same boun
ty, and we shall lie down upon the bosom
of our common mother. It is not becom
ing then, that brother should hate brother;
it is not proper that friend should deceive
friend; it is not right that neighbor should
injure neighbor. Wo pity that man who
can harbor enmity against his fellow; he
loses half the enjoyment of lift; he embit
ters his own cxislcnre. Let us tear from
our eyes the colored medium that invests
every object with the green hue of jealousy
and suspicion; turn a deaf ear to scandal,
and breathe the spirit of charity from our
New use fob, Audent Spirits. A cor
respondent ot tno unto cultivator says
that a little alcohol, or almost any kind of
ardent spirits, placed on the bottom boards
around and under a hive of beligerent bees
will allay their fury, and cause them to
cease fighting. If an article which sets
the human race by the ears will produce
peace and harmony in a hive of bees, the
fact is certainly anomalous.
N. P7Willis describes a girl he met
somewhere, as a tall figure, like a woman
in two syllabic, connected by a hyphen at
Wistar's llalsam of
The Great Remedy for Voughs, Colds, Asthma,
ana all Diseases of- the Lungs.
OLD VIRGINIA AGAIN. j
Albermarle Co. Va., Mnrch 8tt, 1847. !
Mr. cVth V. Fowle -Dear Sir. I take pleas
ure in statins; lo yon my experience in tho use of
Wisiors Balsam ot Wild vherry. 1 own a very
valuable negro girl, who was attacked with t diffi
culty of the lungs, which brought her in appear-
inne to Hi brink or Hie grave. 1 consulted .some
of our best Physicians, who pronounced her ease
incurable, or Hint they could uo no more lor her.
1 tried many remedies but nonu did her any good
I saw some account of Winter's Balsam, and
thought I would try it, but had littlo faith In it
I procured a bottle, wnicn was administered ac
cording to directions, and saw she began to mend;
and bttoTO me nrsi pome was gone she was up.
I procured a fecund and she took that, and now she
is I think, cured, or nearly so. She attends to her
daily labor, and I hear nu complaint from her.
K. Li. JJif f bUSUiN
Consumptive Patients! Will please read the
following note from tho Harrison Gazette The
incredulous are invited to read the following note
from Rev. Mr. Coldron, whose character fur truth
and veracity is above suspicion, and have their
doubts dispelled as to the superiority or Wistar s
Balsam of Wild U.crry, over all otl.er remedies
now before the public of the same character:
Corydon, lad., Jan. 28, 1849.
It is no less a duty than a pleasure to state, for
the benefit of the afflicted, that I consider Wistar's
Balsam of Wild Cherry, a great blessing to ihe
human race. Having tried it in a case of severe
affliction of the lungs. I unhesitatingly recommend
I to Ihoso Mnnlarly altlicled, as Ilia best remedy 1
have ever tried, and one which cured me when
physicians said I must die, and when I thought
my sell that my tune to depart was near at hand.
ft7-CAUTtor to all. The genuine Wistar's
Ha I sit in is enveloped in a fine white steel engraved
wrapper, with Ihe names ol Henry Wistar, Al. V
ond San ford & Park thereon. Without both lhee
signatures, it is positively counterfeit. Do not
Orders for the true medicine may be adJresed
to 11. ULAKciLhY & Lo , south-west corner
Third and Chesnut streets, St. Louis. It is sold
also by DR. SNELSON. Fayette,
O. HENDERSON. Glasgow.
N. & A. JOHNSON. Brunswick.
MA LONE dj- GARTH, Uunlsvillu.
October 20, 1848.
fjrt always cures Dr. Osgood's Indian Chot
ogogue. How astonishing is it the suffering in
valid will use pnllialive only, with a view to resto
ration of health, while lingering out weeks and
even months, with that distressing, loathsome dis
ease, Fever and Ague, when by the use of a sin
gle bottle of the Chologogue, not only tho disease
itself, but the cause which produced it, is com
pletely eradicated. It is sold by
Dr Henderson, Glasgow; N. Jf A. Johnson,
JJKODUCE WANTED. We wish to purchase
. DRIED APPLES,
for which the highest price will be given.
Glasgow. Oct H5.
SAVAGE d Co.
The largest and finest Stock ever offered by us in
WE have received our Stock of Fall and Win
ter Goods, which is by far the largest und
bbt assortment ever offered by us in this market
Thes.'yles are of ihe very latest importotii ns, ihe
quality cijuol to any in the United States,---indthe
trimmings complete and perfect. In the sale, wo
are certain of our ability to give entire satisfactien.
as oor purchnses wf if iradc jn New York und Phil
adelphia, on the most ntiV'iPKigcous terms, and the
entire Slock will be otic-red it! tbe smallest odvo ice
for which goods can bs sold in th..' western country
Lndies in ibis and the adjoining counties, in warn
of stricily fine and fashionable dross goods, iru lis
sured thul the uttnu-l ntlention has been paid to the
selection ol trimmings, anil we vsnture the ttssu
ranee that all can bo satisfied. Tho public are in
viieii to cull.
Only one price, ond no abatement.
HUGHES, BIRCH & WARD,
MY whole assortment of Liquors and Wines
lo my neighbor. John D. Perry. Since I am
determined to quit the liquor business, I advise my
DIU s lohcors and mends in tins line or I he fuel.
oct i CHAS. B. FALLENSTEIN.
To Merchants !
I WOUDD suy, that, it they should fall short
in their supply of gun and rifle powder, I am pre
pared to liolp them out. since I have on hand 24
kegs ol triple F F F Dopant and Lafflin Rifle Pow
der, which I shall offer at a verv low price.
Nov. 9, 184H. CHAS B. FAELENSTEIN.
DOZ Jurs Fresh Pickets, assorted, just re
ceived and for sale by JNO. D. PERRY.
Loaf and Crushed Sugars.
JQ BARRELS Loaf and Crushed Sugars.
2 BOXES Double refined Loaf " just re
ceived nnd for sule by JNO. D. FERRY.
ASSORTED Cigars, just re
ceived and fur sale by
JNO. D. PERRY.
CASES thick Brogan shoes, just received and
forsnleby JNO. D. PERKY.
5 DOZ. Nnson's Axes, just received and for
by JNO. D PERRY.
iw Orleans Siiar.
1 - HHDS Prime New Orleans Supar juM re
M. M. wived and for mle ly J. D. PRKKY.
BAGS Prime Rio Coffee, just received
and for sale by J. D. PERRY.
KEGS " Missouri Iron" Nails just re
ceived and for sole by J. D. PERRY.
15 boxes assorted candies
& " " kisses
10 M R Raisins
'd bogs Almonds, just received and for
sale by JNO. D. PERRY.
a S'fttS assorted sizes, fur snln fit Purrtil.
IJ LOUGHS' K4 Jewel Ploughs, just ree'd and
fur sale by novj JNO. D. PERRY.
Triii to ! Irin Is J
N addition to my furmer stock, I have received
also from Bos'un, a fine assortment of Coche
oes and Merrimacks, of genuine and handsome
prints. Ladie'wihin? to uurchasn cNonn pumu
day dress at the same time something neat and be
coming, will please call.
UltAS. 1J. r A LLENSTEI N.
BLEACHED snd Brown Canton Flannels. Red.
While snd Yellow Wool Flannels. East.
era Manufactured Linsey. A full snd choice as
sortment per late arrivals.
CHAS B FALFENSTEIN.
John U. Ferry,
WnOLESAM? AND K ETA IX
FOItWAItDINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Water St., Glasgow, Mo.
HAVING purchased of Messrs. Honenkomp Sl
Co., the large brick store and Warehouse
recently occupied by them, would respectfully call
the attention of the citizens of Howard and the
surrounding counties, to his very general stock
of Groceries, Liquors, Iron, Castings, Cotton
Yarns, tie., &-C, drc.
I have just received pet stearne'r " Amelia," and
" Mandan," a large addition to my former
stock of Groceries, Liquors, Sic, which completes
my fall end winter supply, to uJi I would in
vite the attention of purchasers in need of arti
cles in mv.line. Mv slock is larger and betrer as
sorted than any other in town, arid will be offered
at unusually low prices.
JNO D. PERRY.
Stores I Stoves! 1
I beg leave )o call the attention of the puclic to
my large assortment of Parlor, Chamber and
Looking Stoves, comprising many varieties, an 01
which have been selected with care, and will be
sold st very low rates snd warranted.
JNO. D. TERRY.
K BAGS Assorted Cotton Yarn, just received
6dJ and tor sale by
JNO. D. PERRY.
f VSTERS. 144 cans best Baltimore Oysters,
received and for sale by
J. D. PERRY. Glasgow.
1 1 UMBLERS. 5 buxes ass'd plain and cut
J gloss tumblers just ree'd and for sale by
J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
.4 LARGE and general assortment Of iron and
X -V steel, blacksmiths bellows, anvils, vices
sledgehammers and moulds, fur sain by
4 J. D. PERXY, Glasgow.
100 bbls Cincinnati Rectified Whiskey.
100 hf bbls do do do
15 bSIs ol J Bourbon whiskey) warranted five
12 bbls old Rye do ( years old.
14 bbls Peach Brandy
25 bbls and kes American Brandy
3 cnks Cognac do
1 cask pure Chomparne do
30 casks and kegs Madeira, Port and Maloga
10 bxs Claret; 5 bxs Brandy Cherries, now in
store and for sale by
July 29 J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
OTOVES. 15 cooking stoves with copper and
nn lrirninings; o parlor ana cnamoer sioves
just received and for sale by
July 29 J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
A WELL assorted lot of castings, for sale by
xX J. D. IEKKY, U1.1SB0W.
IIHtAl rAUK8 1IIU0 two bushel osna.
W burg sacks just ree'd per Rowena and for
sale low by nprl J . I). fi.KKY, lilasgo.v.
Iron and Steel.
WE have on hand, and will continue to keep
tor sale, a good assortment of
Genuine Sligo Iron
Cast and blister steel . . .
Plough wings and slabs
Tyre Iron, Slc. Sic.
which will be Sold on advantageous terms; pur
cnasers or iron are tnviica in call.
naylO BOON. TALBOT & SMITH
A FEW bales heavy
wide, for sale by th
brown domestic, yard
me piece, by
J. D. PERRY, Glasgow
T7INE anrj extra fine French cloths, cassimeres
and vestings, linen drillings die. at unusual
ly low prices.
BOON, TALBQf Jf SMITH
Clemen's Indian Tonic.
Iufallihle Cure for CHILLIS, or AGUE and FE-
Vt.K, and a sure remedy in BILIOUS HE
M1TTEST, and oilier FEVERS.
THIS INVALUABLE MEDICINE IS PURELY VEGETABLE.
'IHE unexampled success of this truly unri-
J. tailed Tonic, in curing in a few hours, where
ait other remedies hove failed, and that too, in
cases from six months to ten years standing--warrants
(be assertion, that if taking scconiing lo
directions, it is injauwie. A long list ot cimm
cates in proof of its infallibility might be added.
tint those npnn the wr.npper are aeenna sumcient
Trvit and be convinced ;hat it is the most picas.
ant, most certain, and the CTJ BEST remedy ever
offured to the public for putting speedy terrnina
'.ion tu tlio Unlls or A true and I-eve"-
fjFrom the great popularity of thiJ medicine
many imitations, proteasing to be CLEiVlEic JiN
DIAN TONIC, are afloat. Therefore, be sure lo
ask for that prepared by GEO. W. HOUSE,
Nashville, Tennessee, who is sole proprietor.
Near Nashville, August 18, 1843.
Mr. Geo. W. House: Dear Sir I had Chills
and Fevers for twelve months; nine months of the
time, without being able lo check it, with all the
aid I could procure from Physicians ond the various
Tunic Fever and Ague mixtures sold by the Drug
stores. In April last I saw your advertisement
of Clemens' Indian Tonic, as an infallible cure. I
made no delay in calling opjn you, snd by using
said Tonic, I found immediate relief, and a perma
nhnt cure. A friend of mine tried it about the
same time, with the same happy result. Yours,
respectfully, C. L. GLASSGOW.
From the Clarksville Chronicle. Oct. 21, 1843.
Dr. T. D. Scott: Dear Sir We hove used
Clemen's Indian Tonic in many cases of Ague
and Fever, and we find it, in every particular,
what it is commended lo be in your advertisement.
We have heretofore used most of the popular rem
dins in use for Fever and Ague, and we unhesiia
liiiL'ly recommend Clemen's Tonic to the confidence
of the public, from our personal experienco and
observation, as a safe, certain, and prompt cure
fur the Ague snd Fever, in any form or stage of
the disease. Ymirs, &e.
JAMES J. PRITCHETT,
Extract of a letter from the Rev. F. A. Owen o:
Memphis, dated Nov. 10, 10, 1843.
My Dear Sir I hove tried Clemen's Indian
Tonic in six different cases, and find it efficccinus
in a very high decree. It arrested the chill in ev
ery instance, and as yet there has been no return.
I cheerfully give this testimony, that others mny
be induced to use a remedy both safs and efficacious
in curing chills and fever.
Yours, very truly, F.A.OWEN.
Nashville, June 3rd, 1844.
Mr. Geo. W. Jlmsel Dear Sir I shall mukenu
apology in presenting the following remarkable
case: A youth of shout fifteen years old, living
with me. had the Fever and Ague fur ten years,
without finding a cure; snd I can assure you eery
means were used to that eff.-ct. In December Inst
I tried bottle of "CLEMEN'S INDIAN TON
IC," which arrested the disease at once, and am
hapyy to stale, be has not had a chili or an ague
since. You should lose no time in giving this
Tonic an extensive circulation it will prove s
welcome friend and a great blessing to the afflicted.
Yours, truly, JOHN II. DAVIS.
The above case is known to me, snd is strictly
true. WILLIAM WILLIAMS.
QirFor sale by
Dr. Wm. R. Snelson, Fayette.
Stewart Si Burckhart, New Franklin.
W. P. Ratmon, Glasgow.
Dr. O. Henderson, Glasgow,
July 29, 1848 -BlirS
A, F. 1UNWA'
TALLY A HANNA.
COMMERCE at., OLASJOW, MO.
WILL make to o"rdnr.rti tlien'tm rest and most fash
lunolilo stylf, and from Itie host materials, all
kinds of FURNITURE. '
Particular attention paid to making COFFINS.
0-A II kinds of country p'fixW'e taken I n pay
S. P HAaEKKAMP. O. A. IIUIlSlCKTIOt'SK.
HANENKAMP & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding
NO. 59, WATER STREET,
(11) SAINT LOUIS. MO.
Corner of Main and Green Streets, St. Louis, Mo.
My friends and the public are respect
fully informed, that 1 have token a new
Lease on the above named buildings,
and during the last fuur months have
been making improvements on the premises.
Viz : I have built a number et pleasant rooms
have made the dining room one third larger, and
have finished it in a handvome manner, it is now
the largest in the city snd is well ventilated and
can seat 200 guests.
The Furniture of thn House has been replenish
ed throughout, and Ihe premises generally im
proved by additions, alterations and repairs. 1 lie
house being situated on the principal business
street, and its principal public rooms, viz : (Bar
room. Office, Reading-room and Pininir-room.)
on ihe ground floor, will commend itself to the
public, as a desirable home whilst sojourning in
our eity, and I pledge myself that every exertion
shall be used tq. vernier strangers comlortablc
whilst at the Virginia Hotel.
JOHN II. SPARR, Proprietor.
Sepf. 19, 1848 29m3. .
Docti. J. C I'Annisu and A. I'atisom
RATEFUL for past patronoge, still continue
VJT to offer their Medical services to the citi
zens of Howard county.
Dr. A. Paiison will continue his office ot his
residence, one quarter of a mile east of Air. Wil
Dr. J. C. Parrish may be found at his residence,
formerly occupied by James Owens, one quarter
of a mile east of Sail Creek Meeting house.
(fcJ-N.B. J. C. Parrish wil! practice Dental
burgery. ' -March
4th, 1849. 52-tf
- O BBLS HYDRAULIC CEMENT just re
ceived and for sale nn commission, at 4
per barrel a very superior article for cisterns
and cel'crs. J. v. 1'tliKY,
July 1. 1849. Glasgow.
XIQ.URS, of superior qualitv, for sole by '
U J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
Fits El Teas.
WE invite the attention of family's to a pecu
liarly fine stock of
Gunpowder ond Imperial Teas
Old hyson and poucliong do
which we warrant equal to any aver imported; for
sale low (ml3) BOON, TALBOT & SMITH.
HERRINGS &. COD FISH. 15 boxes dried
herrings and a small lot of firm coil fish, for
sole by (jy29) J. D. PERRY. Glasgow.
SYRUP. 4 boxes Lemon Syrup just received
and for sale by
July 29 J. D. PERRY. Glasgow.
PAINTED PAILS AND TUBS.
8 doz. painted pails.
5 nests tubs, just ree'd and for sole
(jy30) J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
COTTON YARN. 73 bogs ossorted Nos. cot
ton yarn just received and for sole by
July 2(( J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
' i ...
Won I hit
HSiilletin !!0. 9.
THE position of the
Grajfenberg Company in its
relation to the health of the
community Is n iw fully es-
ablisliert: and Iheadmirable
eries of Grrefenneeg Med
icines aro everywhere ta
king the lead if all others.
In numerous portions of the
country ihe Medical Facul
ty adopt these medicines in
their pruciice, satisfied, Irom smp.e tests, th-t by
their use their can more certttinly combat DIS
EASE, IN ALL ITS FORMS. And not only do
Physicians sanction and encourage their use, but
the CLERGY, of every denomination, attest their
wonderful efficacy; and in numerous ways rec
ommend them to tho people of their charge. THE
Lf-GAL PROFESSION testify to the some thing,
in short, the public at large hail the introduction
of ihe'e m?dicint as a public blessing.
There are over TEN THOUSAND AGENCIES
of the Company iii the United States, which are
not only profitable to tiiC Stjents. but of vast bene
fit to the inhabitants. TherO should not be a sin
gle town, villoso, or hamlet, without its Gra;fen
berg Depot; and if this Bulletin is read where
there is no ogency, application shou Id be made for
Certificates, almost without number, are on file
at Ihe office of the Company, testifying to cures of
the most astonishing kind; many of which have
been duly examined by the fulluwing distinguished
gentlemen: Rev. N. Banes, D. D.. Francis Hall
Esq.. Ex-Mayor Bradv, all of New York.
The puwer of the Graefenbtrg Medicines over
all bilious complaints, no matter what their form
or severity, is a miller of profoun I astonishment.
Let all, therefore, who are thus afflicted, and who
would cleanse the system, resort at once to the cel
ebrated GRAEFENUE"(i VEGETABLE PILLS
AND HEALTH BI ITERS. At all events let
them coll at some one of ihe agents and get a
pamphlet gratis, which ill fully explain the whole
The General Agent for Missouri, ond South
port of Illinois, is E. K. WOODWARD, St
Louis, lo whom applications for agencies may
EDWARD BARTON, Secretary.
New York, September. 1848.
Sub-agent, Wm. R. Snelson, FuyeUo,
OPE A quontity of good hemp bale rope fur
sale at 6 cents per pound.
J. D. PERRY, Glasgow.
Lamps! tramps !!
JUST oponed and for sale very Inw, 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
they burn lard or oil equally well, combine com
fort, elegince and economy.
maylO BOON TALBOTT Jr SMITH.
MYERS' EMBROCATION, a safe and certain
cure for Rheumatism, fur sale by
FLATS. I wish to purchase two good Flat
Boats, of 300 barrels burthen, to be delivered
in a short time. Also 20 to 30,000 barrel staves.
Glasgow, Oct. 26. J. W. HARRIS.
10 KEGS fresh Mackerel
packed this year, just
JNO D. FERRY.
received s nd for sals by
; COMSTOCK dr. CO.'S . . ; "
Corictntrated Compound Fluid Extract' of
for the cftro of scrofula chronltr rheumatism,
General Debility, Cutaneous Diseases', Scaly Erup
tions of the Skin, Tetter, Pimples or Puctules on
the Face, Liver Affections, Mercurial and Syphi-
las Diseases, bi'os Irom an impure hnbit ot Ihe
joilv. UlreVaiion of the Throat snd Leg, Pains
aAd Swelling of the Bones, and Mil Diseftnl Sri
sing from nn impure state of the Stood, Exposure
ami Imprudence in tifej Excosslv use of Mercu
ry, yc. ' , '
TliisSaVsapaVilla ts waYrantfid positively ns good
as any other (that can be mode at one dollar) at
just half tho price of those so much advertised,
and as strong, viz: ov cents per onuie. or six ooi-
ties for Ji250. Remember lo ask for Cumstock's
Sarssparilla, and lake no other.
CAntTON'S RINO BONE AND SPAVIN CORE,
For the core of Ring Bone, Blood Spavin, Bone
Spavin, Wind Galls, Splints, and Curb on Horses.
Also Carlton t f ounder umtment, tor the cure ot
Founder, t'plil Hoof, Hoof-hound Horses, end
Contractud feet. Also, all Wounds, Bruises in
ihe flesh, Galled Bock, Crocked lloels, Scratches,
Nicking, Dorkings, Cuts, Kicks, Sit.
This Ring Bona Cure and the Founder Oint
ment are propared from the recipe of very cel
ebrated English Farrier, and will cure in ninety
nine cases out of one hundred, any of the above
complaints. They have been used by farmers,
liverymen, stsga proprietors, and others, with the
most marked and decided success.
Caution. None can bo genuine without the
fuc-sitnilo signature of the Proprietor on the wrap
per, J. Carlton Comstock, New York.
ttAVK tou a cobcn)
Do not neglect it thousands have met a pre
mature death for the want of attentien tu a com
mon Cold. Have you a cough! Rev. Doctor Bar
tholomew's Expectant Pink Svrup, will most posi
lively give relief, and save you from that most, aw
ful disease, I'ulmonary Consumption, which usu
ally sweeps into the grave hundreds of tin young.
me old, the lovely and the gay.
hays' liniment ton the piles.
The worst attack of the Piles are effecluilly
and permanently cured in a short lime by the use
of the genuine Hoys' Liniment, hundreds of our
first citizens throughout the country have ucd
this Liniment with complete success. It is war
ranted tu cure the mot nggrnvated cases.
Caution Never buy it unless you find the
nome of Comstock & Co., upon Ihe wrapper, pro
prietorg of the genuine uniclc, ur you are Cheated
with a counrcrlcit.
COMSTOCK AND IlEWES NERVE AND BODE LINIMENT,
AND INDIAN VEGETABLE ELtXERIs warranted to
cure any coso of Rheumatism, Gout, Contracted
Chorda and Muscles, or Stiff Joints, strengthens
Weak Limbs, and enables thoso who are crippled
to walk again. Use this article and be cured, or
go without it and suffer as you please. Certifi
cotes of cures by I he hundreds can be seen, where
this article is sold only renuine.
Caution. All ihe above named articles ore sold
by Comstock t$- Brother. GO Second Street, St. Lou
is, (uniler the IVlnnroe House,) Dr. Wm. li. Snel
son, Favette. and Knox c Beeman, Rochcuort.
May 24, 1848. 11-Om
OF ALL KINDS OF QUEENSWHRE, CHINA
Ao. 163 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Merchants, Steam Boat owners, and others, ore
invited to examine the stock of Queensware, cj-e ,
ai im main street
It has been selected by Ihe proprietor, in person,
from the best manufactories in Europe, and em
braces every style from the mosl cosily ornaments
to the plainest ware.
Every new quality, or shape of ware issued
from the manufactories, may be found upon the
souives ui tins esiauiistimenr.
The goods having been purchased for cash, cna
bles the proprietor to sell on better terms than
any oilier house in the west.
Bills made in the east, with respectable houses
in his line, will be duplicated, and anv poods
packed at his establishment are warranted to go
e . i i
iree oi urensnge.
Call and examine the stock
Muy 27, 1848 ll-6m
CJIX Lectures on Causes, Prevention and Cure of
k7 Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the Heart,
and all female Diseases. 284 poges, 28 engra
vings. Paper 00 els.; bound 75 cts. Mail to
any part postage 0J cts.
Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $3
Mail to anyparl 50 cts. postage. Inhaling Tubes,
Silver, $3, by mail, letter postage. Abdominal
Supporters, perfect, $8 lo 10, for all Ruptures,
Falling of tho bowels snd 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 the hips. If
Rupture, mention which side. Agents wonted for
ihe sain of ihe above goods. Address Dr. S. S.
Fitch. 707 Broodwav, New York, post-paid.
April 22, 1848 7-ly
Patent Concave Heater Churn.
WE call ihe attention or ihe public to Ihe ar
ticle heading this advertisement, and in
vite the enterprising and curious to call and 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
minue, and from cream prepared, as families usu
ally prepare it, in three to five minutes.
Second. The utility of this invention is appa
rent, a belter butter can be produced from sweet
milk, or cream, than cream soured in Ihe usual
way; and by means of this Churn, a little girl or
boy can perform, in five or ten minutes, what has
heretofore required the labor of a woman or man
for one or two hours, and sometimes half a duy.
Third. By simply turning a thumb-screw, the
whole inside dasher is taken out, leaving nothing
but the butter and milk in the plain wooden 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 linle to matiufscture it.
Fifth. It is a common sense Churn, as all will
admit who will examine it.
We are low offdriiig the complete monopoly of
this staple article in Slates and counties, which
will insure certain and large profits and a speedy
return of investments.
COLVEK dr MYERS. 93, Vine st., tip stairs
8t. Louis, Octobur 5, lH-i. 31tf.
NEW STORE I
FV R N1TUREI FURNITURE.'! ;
Ellct & Harriott's
UNITED 8TATE3 PURNITUR WARf
HOUSE, eormf of Second and Green ttrtt, ,
nearhc Virginia Hotel) St. Louis, Mo whero
are the'most commodious rooms, and by far th u
Inriest stock of FUlliXIf UtlJE West oj IM Al- ,
bghany Mountains, comprising in part Ihe latest
stjles of corve.l rosewood in plush, Gothic and
iniique si vies, turned ana iwtsie r
vnrk of Philadelphia, the richest
and latest styles of Boston snd Na
York, with elegant inlaid pearl work fro.n Canton
in Uliina, London anu ran, aisu, ma largess
stock ever before offered In this market
nlnin. niediom and common furniture, cho
of every descriution and kind, wash stand
tables, lounges, rocking chaits, window shades,
willow ware, mottrasses, extension and card ta
blet, etc. etc. etc., all of which we will sell at
wholesale or rotaii, at the most reduced prices lur
Keepers of Hotels, boaruing nouses, steamboats,
public rooms, dealers, persons commencing house
keeping, and the public generally, are most ear
nelly invited to call and examine our immense
and beautiful slock. We will promise them they
will not regret the call. Come and see.
June 3. 1848 13m0
C. n. Yalleau,
163, Main Street, Sl. Louir,
KEEPS constantly on hand a large assortment
of various styles Cooking Stoves, Franklin
7 and 18 plate plain and foncy Coal States, fancy
parlor Airttghls, hall, office.' and dining room .
Starts for wood or coal, fancy and plain Sre-place
and mantle Grates, 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 line, which he will at all times sell
at Wholesale or Retail, as LOW op cash as can ba
ptirchoscd in this or any Western City.
Orders from the country will at all times be
promptly filled and shipped.
lieters to Clark II. Ureen, l-ayelte.
Si. Louis. June 3. 1848. 13y
St. Louis Hat and Cap Maim fac
Ko. 72 North, Main street.
COPARTNERSHI P. S. NOURSE ho associa
ted with him Mr. J. D. Crane, of New Jersey.
I he business of die house will hereafter be con
ducted under the firm of S. Nourse ot Uo.
3. NOURSE & CO., Manufacturers and1
dealers in all kinds of HATS and CAPS, .
hovo now on hand an extensive assortment ef
goods, manufactured by themselves, and carefully
selected from the enstern markets, expressly for
ihe spring trade, which they are selling at very
low prices. Among which are the following:
Russia Fur Hals; Fine Silk do; Angola do; Wool
do; Tampico or Mexican do; Boys' Fine Silk do)
Ponorna, Leghorn, iS'iraw, Con'ida and Pulm leaf
do; together with an endless variety of Men's and
Roys' Cups. Thn above goods are all fresh, and
dealers will find it to I heir advantage to call snd
examine before purchasing elsewhere.
New York Spring Fushion received snd ready .
for sale. fi. AO URSE 4- CO.
Si. Louis, Feb. 20tlu
CI own I'd Iligii School,
- FAYETTE, MO.
rPHE Ninth Session of this Institution
X commence ou Monday, the 4lh riav of Sen
tember, ond continue Six Months. By a new ar
rangement, tho Academic Year is divided into two
sessions of unequal length the one of Four and
tho other of Six months and the terms are varied
in a corrcspoding ma nner. For the wiutcr sesiion,
the following are the ,
T E R M S .
For the Trimary Studies,
Common English Branches,
Higher ' "
Latin and Greek Languages,
Music, with use of Piano,
rrenco, Vtuwti.ii. iiinliiiff anJ Nccuia Work.
the usual prices.
Good boarding can be procured at from $1 20
to $1 50 per week.
The Boord of Instruction for Ihe ensuing term
will consi.-t of the following persona: '
W. T. Lucky, A. M. Superintendent and Prin
cipal of the Female Deportment; W. T. Davis,
K B. Principal of the Male Department; E. K.
ATTEnnuuv. Assistant in tho Mule Department;
Miss C. S. White, teacher of Music and Drawing;
MissL. C. Leland, Assistant in the Female De-'
purtmeni; Minis. J. E. Hamilton, teacher of
Howard High School hav'ng"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 recommend them lo the friends of the School
snd the community generally, as well qualified to
fill the various posts to which they have been
All persons desiring in attend the School are
urged 10 be prefentatihclefinning of the session.
We bespeok for ihe School a continuation or that
patronage wliiuu lias been so liberally extcudc t
SAMUEL C. MAJOR,
President of the Board of Trustee.
Fnycttc, July 29. 1843.
Very Important to the Public.
ADDISON G. BRAGG, of St. Louis, having
made a foul and malicious attempt to destroy
tlie populority and sole of Dr. Champion's verv
popular and highly esteemed medicines, by mean's;
of false add slanderous publications in the Saint
Louis Sun, and in other papers published in St.
Louis, nnd perhaps in papers published in different
parts of the country and having failed in his ma
lickus intent, we know not what other means may
be resorted to to accomplish this foul purpose
but in order to guard the public against imposition
we deem it our duty In inform them that we l ave
rurnished all our travelling agents with a regularly
outhenlicoted Letter of Attorney, signed with our
own written signotures, and certified under teol by
a Notary Public ur oilier proper officer of St. Clair
county, Illinois, and also with a copy of the Letter
lesiotnentory, certified and sealed by the Probsts
Justice .r Ihe Peace or said county. Have noth
ing to do wiUi any person travelling with Pills,
who cannot shew this evidence of their genuine,
ness. This caution is given to prevent counter-fe''-
P. A. CHAMPION. Ex'x
ISAAC GRIFFIN, tVr, '
DAVID SWIRE. Ex'r,
Of the Estate oj F. Champion, dectased.
c Respectfully iurnforms his old friend and
Fftt customers, that he has exr-ellenl supply of
!amalerial. and is ready lo attend to all or
ders, lie designs keeping constantly on hands'
full assortment of Gentlemen's Fine calf, Patent;
Leather, Pump and Kip Boots, also a supply
V'11"' Rrogan, Ladie's and Children's Shoes,
all of which they will offer at the lowest rates.
His stock ormaterials, embracing Morocco, pat
ent leather, calf and kip skins, are of the hot
quality, and llieir lasts are of the latest fashion
All order for work, will be promptly attended to'
and the subscriber hopes, by a strict application to
business, to obtain a liberal share orn.im....
Simp, south side of the public square.
March 18tb, '43. g)y :
SHOT.--30'ba gs assorted shot for sale If
July SB i. V. FEiRY, (Jlai,