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GLASGOW 1 WEEK L Y I M E S
ltd Sew Tax lav.
We present herewith an abstract of the
new taa law reeenlly passed by Congress,
the object of which it to provide $20,
r 000.000 to pay the in'.eresl on tha accruing
; public debt A lnre .proportion of the bill
. is devoted to detail respecting tba duties
V f assessors, the mode of collection, end the
- : penalties lor a on compliancy with the
provision oTIhrJ act. The eectioni tela-
, , - , - APMBT1oMBT." . !
Maine 'H20 828 Indiana ...... 904.875
N. Hampshire.. 218,408 Illinois."" l,14yui
re to the inf tax ere of general inter-
Vermont 111,068 Missouri.
Massachusetts 824,681 Kansas
Rhode Island.. 116,963 Arkansas
Connecticut - 308,214 Michigan-
New York...,603,9l8 Florida
New Jersey 450,134 Texas...;.
Delaware 74,681 Wisconsin-
Maryland 436,823 California ....
Virginia 937,550 Minnesota-...
North Carolina. 676,191 Oreron
8 & Carolina. 303,570 New Mexico
Georgia 5H4,367 Utah
Alabama ...... 529.313 Wwhington...
Mississippi. 4l3j084 Nebraska,. ...
Louisiana 385,886 Nevada
Ohio ...... ...1,567,089 Colorado
Kentucky 713,695 Dakota.
Tennessee 669,498 Dir. Columbia
The direct tax laid by Ihe act is
assessed end laid an the value of all
and lota of rrmind. with their improve.
menla and dwelling houses, which several
article subject to taxation shall be enum
erated and valued by the respective asses
sor at the rate each of them is worth in
money on the first day of April, eighteen
hundred and sixty-t wo: Provided, how ev
er. 4bat all property of whatever kind com
inj within any of the foregoing descriptions,
and belonging to the United Mates or any
Slate, or permanently or specially exempt
ed from taxation by ' the laws if the State
wherein the same may be situated at the
time ol the passage of this act, together
wl.b such property belonging to any indi
vidual,' who actually resides thereon, as
shall be worth tha sum of fire hundred dol
lars, shall be exempted from the aforesaid
enumeration and valuation, and from the di
rect lax aforesaid. And provided further,
that,' in making such assessment, d ie re-
. jrard shall be had to any valuation that may
have been made under the authority of the
r Stale or Territory at any period nearest the
first dsy of April. '
Persons will be required to give written
lists of lots and dwellings liable to direct
tax, in default of which, or in case of frau
dulent return, the assessor will make such
lists, and in case of fraud the person offend
ing may also be convicted before any court
having competent jurisdiction and lined
- ISTCBSAL SOTIES TBC EXCISE TAX.
After the first of April, 1862, e duty of
rive cents per gallon nrist be paid on dis
tilled liquors --distillers must keep a record
of the number of gallons they distill; the
dntj must be paid at the time of rendering
the account; liquors distilled, upon, which
Ihe duty has not been paid, may be asized
' a ad sold; and a refusal to allow the prorx r
officer to inspect theccounis shall aubject
the refuser to a penally of $500. Ferment
ed liquors pay a tax of two cents per gal
Jon, and brewers must keep an account of
the quantity brewed. Penalties are at
' - i ached for a non-compliance with the law.
I-. ' -- TX IKCOMB TAX.
Persons earning or having profits, gains
-and meomes tn their own right or in trust,
and all companies, institutions, associations;
' - corporate or not corporate, and corporators,
ermng er Aaving profits, gpins and in
comes ere or shall be derived from sources
either than the properly by this act subieo
led to direct trx, for the year preceding
the Srst day of April, Anno Domini eig.V
teen hundred and sixty-two, and each year
thereafter, beyond the sum of eight hundred
dollars, derived from any' source of busi
ness, traleor vocation, dividend of slocks,
interests of money or deposits, salaries, in
terest 'on legacies, annuities. 5r derived
. tpTrjtn any oilier source, wrfcin or beyond
the boundaries of the United Slates, shall
be sehject to and pay a tax ef three per
voyitura on the first day of April in each
jer from and after the passage of this act;
-and in computing such profits; gains and
incomes, there shall be deducted, besides
the sum of eight hundred dollars, as afore
said alt local or State taxes, tie wages
p iid for labor, and other - charger incident
t j sncb profits, gains and incomes, not in
cluding personal and family expenses, in
Nioch manner as to leave the anneal net in-
of each and every person, excepting
cuons Heretofore and berealler
ntiontd subject to taxation under the
-lrovisicWf this act: provided, that no
jurao, mrinovr or corporal or Ol any com-
pany, -tnsiiiuiion, association or corpora-
. tion, enarged or chargeable with a lax un
' Ier tlus act, shall be required or be sub-
4 J msiaiiwil VI HIS V lit, I
Kuaretl the proms, gams or incomes of
such company, institut'iao. association or
. - i , i i . .
. . .. cjrporauon wmcn anau nave been taxed
t. . ... '.-1 . f .1. - . . a
ioum .no jjruy unfits vi tuis cov, ana patu
in whole t said mm nan v. instiiminn ...
. cociauon or corporation; but where iu in-
: ' eome tax is derived from persons residing
auroau, uui urawiua: money irons- inerr
property, iq this country, the rate shall be
livoycr & -jji per aimum..
Each sod every person, company, lnsti-
V ate, and corporator, as mentioned in the
preceeding section, shall, on the first 'day
mC A first ttasrt amrl m .es jaK tkaaiaflai.
cause statement to be prepared and veri
fied by the oath or such person, or by the
! J ; t i j r a
nut in .! uiiiiuiuai mina rer iii ijr-ii fTtirn-
: - nMiT. lnttltuttnn. flfttfirifllinn. rArnnrtilA nr
j v r
;not eorporste which ffatement thai!
. men uie raouut or proois, gains and in-
comes ei saia person, company, instuuiton,
" association, corporate or not corporate, for
'be year ending on the'se'rd first dsy of
' April, which statement shall, within thicty
t Jys from the first dsy ef April, be lodged
7" -" Willi tbi collector of excise or intermit tar.
' tof the district in which t principal
place of business of snch person it persons,
ftmpeny associalioar 4nJii!ion, -corporate
;-uiotjce (hat he will attend at convenient ala-
v 3ax or daiy payable' (hereon, and
Y receipt or receipts for the'a
ji'j . Cfi and if any person or persons
avlof profits, gain or incomes,
''"Jiter trust, above the sunt
I drel doilprsi as Lereibbefore
- ,iJUU neatect or refuse tocsuse
' ' ' . . 1S.
- -4ve moe, wigrq wisn.
collector and verified, aa aforesaid, the a
mount of tax or duty may and shall be fixed
by the collector, and afler ten days' notice
of the amount so fixed, if not paid, such a
mount msy: be levied by distraint in the
manner prescribed in other case of delin
quency lj this att.'
A deduction ol fifteen per cent, when the
State assume, assesses and collects the di
rect income and excise taxes for the federal
government, is sllowed. - -"
' t BY GEN. McCl'LLOCH.
Having been called by the Governor of
your State to assist in driving the Federal
force out of the Slate, and in restoring
the people to their just rights, I have come
among you, simply with the view cf making
war upon our Northern Iocs to drive them
back. I give the oppressed of your State
an opportunity, ol again atanding up as
Freemen and uttering their true sentiments.
' Ten have been overrun and trampled
pon by the mersenary hord of Ihe North;
your beautiful State has been neaily subju
gated but those true sons of Missouri who
have continued in arms, together with my
force, came back upon the enemy, and we
have gained over them a great and signal
Their General-in-Chief is - slsin, and
many of their other General officers wound
ed; their army is in full flight, and now, if
the true men of Missouri will rise up and
rally around their standard, the State will
be redeemed. 1 do not cume among you
(o make war upon any ofyour people wheth
er Union or otherwise.
The Union people will all be protected
in their rights, and property. It is earn
estly recommended to them to return to tlie"ir
homes. Prisoner of the Union party,
which have been arrested by the army,
will be released and allowed to return lo
Missouri must be allowed to choose her
own deslinyl No oaths, binding your con
sciences, will be administered. I have
driven the enemy from among you! The
time has now arrived for the people of the
State to act. You cannot longer procrasti
nate. Missouri must now take her position,
be it North or South! - - " , .
BEN. McCULLOCH, ,
Brig. Gen'l. Commanding.
HiiDO.naaTrB9 WrsTtsn Aunt
Camp near Sprinffield, Me.,
August 12th, 1861.
General Orders, No. 27.
flie General commanding, lakes great
pleasure in announcing to the army under
his command, the sigual victory it ba just
Soldiers of Louisiana, cf Arkansas, of
Missouri, and of Texas, nobly have you
sustained yourselves; shoulder to shoulder
you have met the enemy, and driven him
before you. Your first ' battle has been
g'orious, snd your General is proud of you.
The opposing loroe, composed mostly of
the old regular army of ihe North, have
thrown themselves upon you, confident of
victory, but by great gallantry and deter
mined courage, you have entirely routed it
with great slaughter. Several pieces of
artilery and . many prisoners are now in
your hands. . The Commander-in-Chief of
the enemy is slsin. and many of the Gener
al officers wcunded. The flag of the Con
federacy now floats over Springfiel. the
stronghold of the enemy. The Iriends of
our cause who have been imprisoned there,
are released. While announceing to the
army the great victory, the Genera! hopea
that ihe laurels vuii have gained will not be
tarnished by a single outrage. The private
properly ot citizens ol either party, must
be respeeled. , Soldiers who fought as you
did day before yesterday, cannot rob or
By order or BEN. McCULLOCH.
Jas. McItqb, Capt. C. S. A., ' and
ORDEB OF. FVB LIGATION.
Otto Oetera, Plaintiff, I . "I
egaiast - Attachment
Charles Atbreeht, Defendant J . .. '
NOW at this day comes Samuel Stainmetx
agent for the plaintiff, in the above entitled'
eaose, before the uadersipned, Clerk of tbo Cir
eo.it Conrt of Howard County, ia racation, and
files bis petitioa aad affidavit, statin amongst oth
erX things, that tba above named defendant,
Charles Atbreeht, has absented himself from his
usual place of abod in Uie State of Missouri, so
that the ordinary procesa of law rannot be served
upon him. - -It is therefore ordered, by the clerk
aforesaid, in vacation, that publication be made
notifying bim that an action has been eo-nsseneed
araiost him, by 'petition and attachment in the
Circuit Court of Howard County, in the State of
Missouri, founded on an account for the sum of
four hundred and sixty-one dollars and three
cents, that bis proper! is about to be attached,
and that unless he be and appear at the next term
of said court, to be bolden at the Court House in
the City of Fayette, on the first Monday of De
cember next, and on or before the third day there
of, (if the term shall so long continue, and if not,
then before the end of the term) judgment will be
rendered against Dim, and bis property sold to
satisfy the same .
It is further ordered, that a topy hereof be
published In the Glasgow Weekly Times, a newn
paper publisher in said County of Howard, for
four weeks successively, the last insertion to be
at least four weeks before the commencement of
the next term of said Court
Given under my hand and the seal
f F A t I0' said Court, at office, on this 5th
CrSltr of August, 1861,
auK8-4w C. H. STEWART, Clerk.
Glasgow Female Seminary
THE Fmirth Session of this Institu
tion, under the present Principal,
assisted by a full corps or competei.i
Teachers, will commence the 2d Monday.'
(9lh) of September, and close the last of June.
The schoo! is a permanent Instil o tion. The
Boarding House is a large building, owned by the
Principal. Parents are invited to visit us and
see our arrangements for boarding. In all cases,
a full charge is made for those entering the
school during the first month of either 5 months
term. Those entering the school after the first
month, will be charged from the time of their
connection with the school to tbe close of the
tebju roa ritB months.
Tuition In Primary English
BY GENERAL PRICE.
- To Tax Peoplb or Missocsi.
Ftlitv-Citizens The army under my
command has been organized under the
law of the State, for the protection of
your homes and fire-sides, and for the
maintainance of tbe rights, dignity and
honor of Missouri. It is kepi in the field
for these pnrposes alone. To aid in ac
complishing them our gallant southern
brothers have come into our State. Witn
these we have just achieved a glorious vic
tory over the foe, and scattered lar and
wide the well appointed army which the
Usurper at Washington has been gathering
for more than six months for your subjuga
flbn and enslavement. "This victory trees
a large portion of Ihe State from the pow
er of the invaders, and restores it to the
protection of its army. Il consequently
becomes my duty to assure you, that it is
my firm determination to protect every
peaceable and law-abiding citizen in -full
enjoyment of his rights, whatever may
have been hi sympathies in the present un
happy struggle, if he has not taken an ac
tive part In the cruel warfare which has
been waged against the people of this State
by the ruthless enemier. whom we have
i 1 therefore invite all good citizens to re
turn to their names, and to the practice of
their ordinary avocations, with the full
asnrances that they, their families, their
homes, and therr propel y shall be protec
ted. : , "
I, at Ihe same time, warn all evil dispos
ed persons, who may support the usurpa
tions of any one claiming to he Provision
al, or Temporary Governor of Missouri, ur
who shall, in any other way give aid or
comfort (o Ihe enemy, that they will be
held aa enemies, and treated accordingly,
STERLING PRICE.. .
.' -x Maj. Gen. Com., M. S. Guard. ;
Springfield, Mo., Aug. 13, 1861. ;;
; JjThe venerable. Jude ' Catron lias
been forced to fly from Nashville. A vigi
lance committee notified bim (hat he must
resign hi judgship or leave the State." He
waaOnL-Miisville at last accounts.
. VV:-. f cjue up. ' :.
Carrier, ".... .' '. .f J, nr 17
t f n n . .
u.if. jsavm. ...... .... w. ... , .... .... jy
-4 f-43.i -;;. WENT DOWN. - '
White XHid,Af ..... i Aug . 17
and Penmanship, 1U,U
" " Advanced F.nglish and Elemen
tary Algebra.'-. 12,00
" ,M Advanced English Algebra and
Latin and French, German -each 6,00
Painting Oil, Onental or Grecian and
Leather Work, each.' 5,00
Music Piano or Oaitar"-- . .. -xtlU
Board add Tuition in the English Depart
ment ..... f:O0
Board. Tuition, and Music including use of
A pre-pvment ot $30 will be required on each
boarder from a distance.
For further information, fee Catalogue, Ot iS
dress FRENCH STROTHER,
julylt ' . Principal.
BOON BOSTW1CR& CO'S COLUMN.
$001, 'Sogfoicii Co.,
WM.T. DAVIS. A.oMH al.gjAjiis(ani
rpHE6th session of this Institu- jftfffm
X tion, will commence on tbe MJfyimL
continue twenty weeks, exclusive ortbe Christ
Primary branches including Arithmetic,
Kf -ith.m.i;... Kav Arllhmetie.... ...... 15.00
Latin or Greek Language, with any of tbe
above - 20.W
Contingent fe on each pupil 1W
This school is permanently established, and
win trivm m full ami ihoroiiph course of instruc
tion, both in elementary education and in the
Mathematics and ungusges.
Rnar.linir en be nroeured in town, or ia tbe vi
cinity, on tbe most reasonable terms.
. - - . m a. . it I n- '.1.1
julyll m. I. VA.uo, STiucmai.
To tbe Heirs at Law of JVnthan
Hunt and Isabella Hunt deceased, wary A.
Tiin and all others interested in the estate of
Durling Wright, deceased:
mAKE notice that we will present a petition
X to the County Court of Howard County,
Missouri, at theteim of said Court, to be begun
i 1...1.J ,k. A r.t Umuliv in N'nveiYiher. 1 Hfi 1 -
1IH1 UCIU V. lur. mm -- . .
prayin? an order to sell tbe slaves of the estate
-i a tu a n av- (j tir C 1 r C VT
BENJAMIN C. BROWN,
GIDEON WRIGHT, by Ben-july4-8w
jamin C. Brown, bis guardian.
Ksjtice to Samuel Brigcs, IVaucy
Urisg&s wire 01 aniu sanities.
YOU are hereby notified that application will
be made to the Howard County Cnurl, held
at Fayette on the 1st Monday in September next,
for an order of distribution of the following
named slave belonging to the estate ot Samuel
Wallace, deceased, to-wit: Green, Hannah, Kit
ty and Allen, being slaves left the widow during
her life, or if partition can not be made, an order
of sale will beapplied for.
9AMLICU r. W AU,AtC,
Administrator, with the will annexed of Samuel
WE invite the attention of the people of Sa
line. Chariton. Randolph and Howard
counties, to our immense stock of goods, which
we are selling '
EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH.
at unheard of Low Prices, to suit the present
juneO BOON, BOST WICK t CO.
AS iBOON, BOSTWICK t CO. are selling
goods for '
they can supply their eust outers and tbe public
Willi tne Den or uooas, rrora
" iota Hi percent. Cheaper
than any bouse about St. Loui. , . juneo
ALL persona indebted to us. either by note or
aceoukt, are respectfully rrqmxleid to come
forward and settle wilA.mf itel.if. Our buainejs must
bt close1 longer indulgence rmmolland will-rot
Bcnivm. All accooots and notes, (irrespective
of parties) aU paid very loon, will be placed in
an officer's bands for eoHedion, bf law. ' Yon
may not b surprised, at any time to find your ac
count or note in the bands of an officer, c Hut
stoaev MOST comb. ' - ' '
aprll BARTHOLOW R0BBINS k. TATJUM.
rTltelf -CAtnOonneltstr Ttfank Notes,
(1 per hundred, for. sal st this- office. , ...
5,000 lbs.; .Wool Wanted.
We will buy alt ood washed 1.
orimwasheed - - : F.J
that Is free turn bnra.
piree BOOHEOSTWlcr CO. 0
CTiCN IN PRICES I
WILL be sMeto sipplt fWeir cuVfttner aSid
tbe public with one of tbe best assorted
and rheanest sloe! of goods to be found above
St. Lotus, and to vtiieV they intite the attention
of buyers, j
FOR CASH s
knowing we can dve entire satisfaction, ill regard
QUALITY, PRICES AND STYLE.
nr .ineir trill l found complete and run in ev
ery dedartment, iomprisinf all varieties of
STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS,
a beautiful line of.
Fancy Dress Goods,
at SeiesstoB prices. Also,
Irak Lintnt Heavy Linens, Clovti, 4"c,
ReacjY Made Clolhing,
BOOTS & SHOES,
DO TOU WANT WHISKERS? ,
O YOO W4NT WHISKERS! ' ;
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? v -,
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? J
'; ' BELLMOHAH1! i;:
STIMULA f 1NG ONGUENT
For the Whiskers and Hair.
The subscribers take pleasure in announcing to
the citizens of the United States, and thev hav
obtained tbe Agency for, and are now enabled to
offer to the American public, the above nistly
celebrated and world renowned article. , t
THE STlMULATlSlO OXGiTElST?
Is prepared by Dr. C. t. BaxtiaGHAii; "an emi
nent physician of London, and ia warranted to
bring out a thick set of
WHISKERS OR 'A MUSTACHE,
in from three to six weeks... This article is the
only one or the kind used by the French, and in
Tendon and Paris it is in universal use.
It is a beautiful economical, soothing, yet stim
ulating- compound, acting as u oy magic upon
roots causing a beautiful growth of luxuriant hair.
If applied to the scalp it will cure baldness, and
eausa lo snrine un in dace of tbe bald spots a
fine growth of new hair. Applied according to
direr tions. it Will turn BID Or tOWT SABJC, and
restore gray hair to its original color, leaving it
sort, smootne, ana nexioie. ine jhi.vxkt
n initisnensible article in everv eentleman's toi
let, and after one week's use they would not for
any consideration be without it.
tbe subscribers are the only agents for the ar
ticle in the United States, to whom all orders
miiat hj. aildressed.
Price One Dollar a box for sale by all drug-
rUl and dealers: or a box of theOneuent" f war-
nnterf tn lisve the desired effects will be sent to
any who desire it, by mail (direct,) socurely
na'cked. on receipt df price and postage, $1.18.
Apply to or address
HORACE L. HEGEMAN & CO.,
mart 21 William Street, New York.
R O A K0 K E .
Wake up Jkf , the fire needs poking;
Steam am up, and tbe engine smoking.
WE respectfully call the attention of the pub
lie to Ourof staple and
selected with reference to (be present times, and
which ar now
READY FOR EXHIBITION.
We shall take pleasure in shnwine goids; t'oroe
in and see ns. CHUAf ro Cash or to prompt
Thankful for cast favorJ. we solicit a eontina-
anee of tbe same, and will at all times endeavor
to kefp a stock equal to the
Wants of this Section.
HUMFHREYS & BARTON.
Ruanoke. March. 1961.
y These indebted are earnes'ly requested to
come in and pay what they can, and this will en
shle u to tiav bur debts, and til us all will be tit
some extent relieved. mar28 H. B,
DRY GOODS. ETC
CBOPP &-WILLIAMS ,
ARB now in receipt of their, spring sloes: er
roodsi eonsistimr of everything lit ' bus
iness, suited to (he want of the coeHnanity, to at
wtiefa we call tbe attention of oof custbjner and .
the public ' i-J-w '""
I trail .itj.puc. v& iik iuiivhiuu t r ( j
cines, Ac, just received: 4 r - ;X
Simms' CcriXiver Oil; Ayers Sarsapanlla, Yel
low Dock and Sarsapanlla; McMunn's
. . , Elixir Opium; Merchant Gargvu.
ling Oil; Mr. Wins- "
f low's S. 8yrup;' :r -Z'
. ! . I Zurluris Writing Fluidl !
; : ! Spalding's Prepared GiaesBen' .
line, for remoriftg grease; Bull's Wbrm
Lozenges) Lamp shades; Coal Oil Lamps, Wicks,
' .c; Concentrated Lye.
" Oor atockof Paints, is large and well assorted.
f ull supplies or ura oiuns cousianuj on nana; TTTT-CT-TTyx- .rTnni.
aba. School Booksf Stationery e., nnV-Tebaeee V WESTERNNURSERIE&
and Cicars. On account of Ihe hard tune, w
offer our Perfumeries and Fane- ittps al yrie
that ckhbb't fail to pleased . .J Prlt
THE co-partnership heretofore fctist'rtig be
' tween the undersigned, Under the ha me and
style of Bartholow, Robbin it Tatum, wai dis
solved by mutual consent, on the 1st January,
1861. Either party is authorized to nse the name
of tbe firm in liquidation.
i D. C. ROBBINS,
G. H. TATUM. . . -
ROBBINS T TATUM,' ;-
(Successor to Bartbolow, Bobbins ft Tatum,)
COMMISSION -AM FOBWARCINfi
GR 0CERS & PR OD UCE DEALERS,
Tater Street, Glasgow, Mo.
Thankful to our friends for the very. libera pa
tronage bestowed upon the l.'te firm of Bartho
low, Bobbins Il Tatum, would respectfully ak a
continuance to the new firm; pledgui' ourselves to
use our almost exertions to merit Uie same. ' -
We now have on hand, a line assortment of ev
erything in rur line, and will constantly be re
ceiving addition) to our stock. . A call from our
friends and the pubiic solicited. Onr good totrt
bought luw and w dl bt iM oie. .
BOBBINS ft TATUM. ..
- .. . A CARDi - I
tit retiring from the above firnjj I would hers
take occasion to thank my friends and tha pubhe
generally, for the very liberal pa tt image bestowed
upon me. for the past seven years. 1 also take
great pleasnre in recommending my friends
Messrs. Robbins A Tatum, as gentlemen, in ev
ery way qualified lo transact business, and wor
thy of your confidence arid patronage.
janlO THEODORE BARTHOLOW.
E have pare anaed of Matsra. Ski rc-i
yford fc Co., the WUAKT.BOAf
place, and will be constantly la the au
t n Cattle,
" .., Ctuckaas,
and also for VereUhlaa of .n ki.a
m theif season.- i-1
Our city and country friends will find as ready
at all time tf furnish thvn with the vembeat tbi
market affordia at reasonable prices. .
novtO ' MASON fc STETTMUND.
THE undersigned, assignee of St Clair Page,
hereby gives notice to the creditors of said
Page, that on Toetdty, the 10th day of Septem
ber, A. D., 1861, be will, at the office ot the
7 milts southeast of Roanoke, near tbe late'
residence of Joel W. Morris, io HoWeVd County.
WE are now prepared for Carding Wool,
having employed Mr. Brown, who has
carded fcr several years past at Mr. Hays' ani
also at tbe old Lina factory, near Glasgow; pre
viously at SutlitPs on Silver Creek, and is ac
knowledged one of the best workmen in tbe coun
try. We have three setts or cards, one for fine
County Mo., proceed publicly lo adjust and al- woo,runnins by steam
low demands against the- effects of said .v. ciair t ximse from a distance i.hwg (6 stay all night,
Pare, at which tirp and place all tbe creditors of ;n w. ...niehi m tnr ih.lr .i.-l-
J raid Pape are hereby notified to be present, and ,nd e,n !bejr roll, wa wh tnenu
W will receive any kind of grain, bacon, lard,
assortment of Cotton Goods, for
OsnaburgKBrown and Bleached Domestics,
Brown ana nine swins.
Cottouadest- Bed Ticking, Checks and Hick
Our stock of Ladies, Misses and Children'
shoe wi II be as complete as heretofore, and or ine
same warranted manufacture.
Perfumeries. Toilet Soaps, and Fancy Toilet ar
ticles of all kinds. Also, an extra and well-assor-
ted lot of '
s is 53 "irtfini
. Umbrellas, etc etc, r .
Gents' Fariilshin; Goods of All Kinds.
. IWIi'OitM ruicts. ...
BOON BOSTWICK" & CO.,
i t ;.' !: t .. ' GLASGOW.
BOON, PIERSON & SMITH,
apnhl-; , ;; .TAJEttZ.
; -i .i
... . A
uresent their claims, with tbe necessary proof to
rt v. njLiuu,
establish the same.
Assignee St. Clair Page.
CANDIES, FRUITS, NUTS &C,
4) r BOXES Criftfped Candy.
CtJ 10 boxes Fancy do
Hock, cream and boarhotmd do
Toy and all kinds fancy do for Christmas.
1 cask fresh currents.'
4 boxes fresh cition.
20 bxs Layer . M. R. Raisins (new crop)
60 qr boxes do do do
100 drums and half drums figs, do
Almonds sort and hard shell (a full stock)
Pecans, Filberts and Brazil nuts.
Fire crackers, new crop Lemons.
1 bbl cranberie.
10 bus dried Peaches .
10 bxs Sparkling Catawba Wine.
20,000 cigvs, from $5 to 910 per thousand.
10 baskets Champagne wine.
Port and Maderia do
' Malaga and Sherry do
Fine Brandies, &c, Ac.
2.tJ0 lbs Buckwheat Flour, (No. 1)
and many other articles too numerous to mention.
Suffice to tay, we no w nave
usually kept in a well appointed Grocery House:
ml Will aell at price to mil tV timer.
08 KOUB1JM 51 A 1 1 Al.
IN consequence of the many difficulties that now
surround us, the tightness of tbe times, the
scarcity of money, we would, by this Proclama
tion, make known to our friends,
THAT FOR CASH,
we will sell goods as low as any house west of St
Louis) and to those who are, and have been, prompt
and punctual m paying us, we are willing to fur
nish goods in the usual manner. But to those
who are behind with us, in paying their notes
and accounts, we are not able to furnish goods as
formerly, and earnestly hope that they will ap
preciate our cood tion, and will do al in their
power to a-ssist us in this, our time of need. AU
open account of lfeoO, must be settled, either by
cash or note cash preferable.
may9 GBEENABAUM it OPPENHIMER.
PRIME New Oclean Sugar new crop.
Molasses all kinds. Whiskey, Rectified.
Whisky, old Bourbon. do old Rye.
do Monongahela. do Scotch.
Salt, large fine sack. Oysters, best brands,
together with numerous other articles, all of
which will be sold very low.
novi . C.H.LEWIS.
It is i
only desirable but indispensable, that
ns owing the late firm of Steinmets A
lould settle their accounts without
8. STEIN METZ.
SEED OATS. '
1 nnfa BUSHELS SEED OATS, foraal
JLUUU by W. D 8W1NEY..
: To AU whom it ttmf CoBcerx.
rpHANKFUL for tbe 'liberal patronage that
X - I have received in the different business
that I an engaged in, I solicit a continoan. e of
tba same. I would, also, respectfully inform the
rublic that lam compelled to do Dunnes on a
shorter time than I have usually givea. All ac
counts with me in thtyear 1861, will be consid
ered do in S montbf J thinking It will oit both
parti better than tba lone system, and therefore
I will tattle fonr tune a year ia the place of
once. . jan24 - - A.- A. PUGH'
TJ BldeasMWe pay the highest market
ror ary Dices, at ail um. -
linen, linsey, wool or dry hides, for carding.
guarantee good wore.
We are now grinding wheat and corn fcr tvnfto"
mers, Tuesdays aad Friday, and will furnish
Inmber or saw timber en the shares.
We have employed Mr. E- McDurrel, one of
the best workmen in tbe country, to carry on tba
Blacksmith Business. All new work don with
dispatch. He is a first rate plow maker. Wag
ons well ironedrall done on terms to suit the times.
apnta m&x VfLEx.
C fi. TYL jEIR & CO. S
ALL of Ihe following immense yock of gci'as
will be exchanged at Cash Prices for
Horses, 'nttte, stock,' Itntioer
Cot a wood, svild aOffl lai- -proved
We have the following gooes for sale or exchange:
1900 bbls Old Bourbon Whiskey. .
Mononca'Ia " ',
Scotch " " " -"'
Bolen's Triple Flavor Gin.
yyo casas rineti,casiieton Uo. brandy.
639 Otard, Dupuy A Co.
809 cases Hennesssy :l "
165 Marietta 1 ' - '
155 A. AssigneSte "
66 Old Pech -
116 Apple "
A large Assortment of Cordials. -134
casks New England Rum.
A large stock of Bar Bitters.
154 casks Old Port Wine.
103 " .. " Mala;a
133 " Pure Juice Port.
10,000 cases of fine Brandy... " :
,uuu " uid Bourbon Whiskey.
s il of tnese goons
St. Louie, Bio.
THE Proprietor of tba above hasned Rare:
ries, offer forskle a foil and choice collec
tion of i ." :rr-. -" '
Frnt 9M.'Vrnqm.yaA Trta, Shfi.it and
" Plant$, '
of the most approved . varieties and " thrifty
growth, and ot Snitaile six for transplantinr:
consisting it part of -- -
Apple. Peactes, Pear, Cberri.
Piams, iGranes, Aprtoots. -Stiiwbeme,
- Canlents, Quinces, t,
-. Neetarinea. ' t
Tie Ornament Department contain all el
the kos? desirable varictie of, .y vx .;
Evergreeiri and Decldnoos Trees j
F lowering Shrubs, noses, Ac .
A the above stock will be furnished at prices'
thatwill compare favorably with auy other estak '
lishaent. - . - - -
Picking done in the best manner.! :?.' 'ul i-J,
Ov Nurseries are located on the St Charles r
Roct Road, two miles west of Grand Avenoa. 1
.ff Catalogues sent on application, enclosing
a sttmp; and when Trees and Plant are ordered, '
printed directions for ssttihg-oat and cultivating
williccompany their delivery. ' Audress,
BOAfiDMAN A PARTRIDGE, -
JV&i'., , -.. Bo 884, SLLoius, Mo. w'
4 ' C0VESAST MUrrjAL' "" :-: .-
. . company . , .
I OF 8 A 1ST LOUIS, . i
SOflice, north-east corner Second" ancTPTn
itreej, basement Boatmen's Saving Inititation, SL
Lou. ij... . i.ALj.-.J
- Wat is Lin Inscramce' 1. It is the ex
ereisi of prudence, of benevolence.- . It secure
inaewndence, domestic happiness to tba widow
and ephan. 3. Is snore eScacioos.in its opera
tionsu regards tbe awral and domestic comfort
of th people, and ia its tendency to reduce tax-. '
tiony its rec action of pauperism, and possibly
of crrne, than the legislation of. onr wisest statee
mennd, if universally adopted, wooKl be a na-
tionalblessing. .4. It afford tj penaos- of every
classjuid in every station of lire, tbe mean to
avoil'mach fat are misery to their families,and to
rend thm itriependent of ; public private ''
ebarty. ; ... j ... .
Wiile it i the mnnirest and imperative duty of
eterj parent, ottring his life-'ime, to embrace all
honorable means of supporting and advancing tha
intenst of his oftspnnj, so it is equally his duty
to aid leaving them at his death to grope their
waytn helpless poverty through an uncharitable
WorB; and equally apparent is the duty of every
bussind to provide, in case of his death, for - the
suniving widow. To effect all which Life Insw j
rente Companies have been formed, which enable
evey husband ixA parent, by the payment of sr
soull sum, either nnually or quarterly, to pro
vile f6r bis widow and fatherless ehildren.
G ERARD B. ALLEX,Preidenf - -
Hoo. 6A M'L TRE AT, Vice President.' :
ISAAC M. VEITCH, Secretary.- -r
CHARLES CLARK, Gen. Agent - ' -I.
. Yacchas, Medical Ex iminer, Glasgow. '."
Cuaa H. Gbeex, Agent, Glesgow.
Sai'l. C. MAJoa.Agent, Fayette. aprillS .: .
CIIAXGE OF.TWIE. - -
ON Monday, April 15th, and until further
ST. JOSEPH EXPRESS TRAINS . - -wil
leave onr Depot at tbe corner of North Mar
ketand Second streets, at 9 o'clock, A. sr., arriv
insin St. Joseph the same dry
IXPRESS TRAINS from St. Joseph arrive fa' "
St. Louis at 3:30, f. J., in time for Eastern con
nexions: "rains at Hudson, the junction of tbe Hannibal
nib. and St. Joseph Railroad, are ordered to wait
tbi arrival of trains from St. Joseph to HannibaL"
(XPRESS TRAINS connect at Allen, witfar
Sntb's Line of Stages, passing through Hunt-,
vile, Roanoke, to Glasgow, and connects there
wlh stages' for Brunswick and all tha country
fcc27 J. B. MOULTON, Supt
J. LOR MIS, f
Scfre Cofnei o F int and Market Street. , ;
XT EE PS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A
JX full stock of Pure and Genuine
Medicines and Drags, ;
s well as everything els usnal to be fonnd is
APOTHECARIES AND DRUG STORES.
janl, 1860-lv . ' ' .--i.
OAS. A. M'XAia. ' - . - JAS. L. SibBCASV
Of all Grade-, - ,
! ITater Street. Glasgow, Mo. -
f Referring to above card, we-be? leave to an-
we bottled our-aonaceto the cublic. that we have this day asso-'
eive and can warrant them tn hj the. imA wtth n. in iniiies- Mr. .1 .-L. Ma-nn.
test. , iof Lynchborg, Va., and solicit for tbe new con-
800,000 assorted Cigars. Cern, a continuance of the liberal patronage here-
7,000 boxes of Chewing Tobacco, assorted. More extended to ns. With increased facilities'
7,500 barrels of Fint Cut Smoking Tobaco.for buying and manufacturing good chewing to' "
We will require on all land trades one-third baeco, we cud guarantee sa'isfaction to all wbtf 1
casn. .--.... - igive us atrial:
We only require the cash to be said as thai' ian5
goons are laxen away. i
We will trade any of the above immense stock
of goods at cash prices, even up, for Horses, Cat
tle, te.. Ac.
tie, Ac, Ac.
Apply, or address for Price' Current,
OH. TIIJER & CO.,
28 Nortn Second St., Cor. Cbesnnt, ' '
dec!3-ly .:.'; ' " 8tl Louis, Ms
CHAS. A, McNAlR A CO
"ITE are in receipt of a fresb supply of Gro4
V v ceries, consistinr in part
Oyster,. '. 6ardides)
Cotta Alius, etc, etc
pun cotton candles,
part a follows;
Potomac Herriug, Pat: X cnt Srws,
MiU Notice.,., '
PHIS is lo notify the puhuc that we have our
i JL trrist Mill in full operation and shall be -
prepared to accommodate our Customer at tne
(usual rate.- i. . '..,. !-.?.'-v
W feel thankful Tor past ravors and respeet
,,li utlieii enntinnance 61. the same. Our
(Mill is greatly improved and customers wUl fid
;it to tnew aevamage w giv -"-' t
We grmd for tbe ton or ior me caso.- -Grinding
dys, Tneedys, Tborsdaya aad
Saiuidayi, until further notice. " ' K "";
tAH, AT TB lT auk ; -
-v M. ENGLISH A SON ;
- Cow Bells,
DISSOLUTION NOTICE- ;
IrpHE cd-partnershiphertofore exuungoe- 4
Strwuse A Friedsam, has this day been ddved ss
L.Mnl.i eniMeni. lh bnSUieSS it th SSM -t.
fi" i. In Re rinsed hr 8. StrOUSC, to wboSS all
A FULL aad eomplat ctoek at St. Louis nri
ces with 23e per 100 lb for freight added
for eesh.,, W prepae to ell Iron -in that wart
na - , AV004JXa IltJJsl.
ft7JastIsea BiasxsXer sals at fl& Cee
persons indebted to. said firmware, requested to
6TR0CSE wiU contina buswess a esoai, ,
makeunmediat pay I i,-, . M -
He will have ready tor isspeetioB ami -
nrre ih. the wring, iu i
. 7 -a . .S iVirrrhaniltfe. K- I
tulying bis thanfa for the hripatronfie totbd
lat firm, nc soiicoi a coouu.
Bleiniwt satisfaction in roods, price,
tn sasMr !
and ssodd :
KeAkDsedj for sale at this OfficeXJ '