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V dH ro' f.ar trew unc the rlull cray Biorninss
TT cVtitoxfeurdint'B our spirit laid; : .
'TSc ..ti lphwtchftlido t bilugls warnings '
That e we.e tenants f a "" decay I.
The enrly trnws Ike dreams t us deo ndcd
Thf ftnt dill fairy-work on pare at.d bough)
Tcnciy aid Pfi and wondw have not ended
hoit l il that we fear the wintcil cow 1
Their houic-fires.fall a bright en hearth and chain
herj Their northern star-light shines as coldly clear)
The v oods Mill keep their holly lor Peccrober,
Tlie world a welcome yet for the new year)
An ! far away In old remembered places,
The snow-drop rises and the robin singsj
The ion and moon look out with loring faoeet
V.'hy bavs our days forgot iuch goodly thlngif
Zi It that now the north winds finds Us shaken
Vy tempest flcreei than Its bitter bind,
, Wlrch fair beliefs and fiiendrhip, too, have taken
Away 1 ke summer foliage as they passed,
And made life leiftessin its pleasant n
V'anlng the light of promise from our day,
Till ml-'ts meet even In the Inward palaoe
A dimness not, like theirs, to pass away?
It was net thus when dreams of l"vc and laurels
Gere sunshine to tho winters of our youth,
Before its hopes had fallen in fortuno'a quarrels,
Or time had bowed them with his heavy truth;
Ere jet the twilight found us strange and lonely,
With shadows coming when the fire burns low,
To teil of distant graves and losses only
The ra-st that cannot change and will not go.
Alnsl dear friend', tho win'er is within nsj
Ilittd the ice that grows about tire heart)
Ptr petty eaten and vain rvgretsditi win us
Fri'in life s true hi-rungi and better part.
Seasons ai d tkies rejoice, yea, worship rather:
Pot nations toil and tremble even as we,
Hoping ( i harvest they will never gaihcr,
' Fearing the winters which they may not M.
What the Conservative Party Propcs" to It
eomiilrsh. The Address of the Conservative Executive
Committee contains the following t
Fust we propose to amend the Constitution, eith
er through the instrumentality of a new conven
tion or the General Assemhiv. as shrill be tleemed
nest, by the General Assembly itself, so tin fully
to re establish civil and religious liberty, and rein
state every voter, every clergyman, every tciicher,
in !:is ancient lights and privileges. To ilolhisit
'.rill he necessary to sweep away every vest ice of
the ,:oa'h of loyalty-' and Registry law, at.d ac
cordiim'.y we pronosc to sweep away every ves
tige of them. We further propose to lestore
riomi'tly to ihe people, the power of filling all the
ethers, which were vactl"d ly the ous!inr ordi
nance, and which are now fi. ted by the Govcr
r.or's appointees. The incumbents, if they wish
1o remain in office, must piocnrea ratification of
their appointment by the jieople. I:i other words,
we propose that an especial election he held at '.he
earliest practicable day, for filling these offices in
the proper way- We further propo.se to throw
Tlie courts of justice open to everybody, so that
certain remedy shall be afforded for injury to per
son, property or character, by repealing that sec
tion of Ihe Constitution which exempts military
men actiru? under authority from the legal cjnse-
Qtiences of illegal acts. We further propose to
exempt churches, cemeteries, chari'uble institutions
and furniture or household mopeily, not worth
more than $500. from taxation. We furthermore
croDose to restore to the State, if it shall be found
lawful, the invaluable public property which has
been set anart to meet her liabilities, and which
has been cortuptly delivered over or sold to err
tain individuals for comparatively trifling consid
ertions.'aod which acts of sale or transfer are, in
all nrobabiliv. illegal. Wc further propose to
bring every functionary to justice who has been
accessory to the overthrow, by violence, ot the
elected iudicinrv. or to the murder of citizens by
armed bands, acting under military authority, after
peait was restored and martial law revoKeu ; oi
to the imposition, bv means of forced and fraudu
lent elections returns, of any law or ordinance on
the (state. We furthermore propose that Mia-
aouri shall refuse to vote tor the odious Conslitu
tional Amendment, emanating from the "Central
Directory" in Washington, one of the evil ez'ects
of which would be to put tiie Slate in the dilemma
of forfeiting part of her representation m Coi g
or conferring IhesunVngr on negroes a dilemma in
which she has bem wittingly placed by Radical
Senators and some of her R.idicalReproentutives
in the present Congress. We 'further propose lo
end Representatives and Senators to Congress
who ill cordially support the policy of President
Johnson, and co-or.trate with him in restoring the
Southern States to all their Constitutional rights.
rabllsncd Every Friday, by Janir B. Thompson.
TWO DOLLARS a year.pay abk in advance
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. (
MS- We Rilont Ihe follo ving settle '.f prices
fixed by the late Publishers' Convention i
One dollar and fifty cents per square for the
first insertion and seventy-five cents for ench sub
sequent insertion. One" inch down tho column
makes a square. No advertisements lo be con
sidered less than a square, ond all fractions lo be
counted and charged as full squares. All adver
tisements inserted fjr a lcs period man mree
months to be regarded as transient.
l'remium Last or Agricultural runs, urani,
District or State, to be charged for as transient
- RKotrtAa Advertising.. , .
3 months. $7 00
i . e v i"00
1 12 lf 00
4 squares. 12 3d 00
10 " 12 " 60 00
Double column advertisements, 2S per cent, ad
ditional to above rates.
Administrator's Notices l "0
Final SeMl tment " 4 00
Stray Notices, (for one animal 4 IX)
And $L tor earn additional ntntnai.
Twenty.five cents per line for each insertion. I
Obituary Notices, Resolutions and proceedings
of Benevolent ami Religious Societies to be
charged hulf price 7f) cents per square.
Announcing candidates, (in advance) five dol
lar. No certificates ot Publication to be made until
publisher's fees are paid. , '
SPEING AND SUMMER
OF every description nrally and expeditiously
executed with neatness and dispatch, and on
B. C. TEMPLE,
C I Gr A. XI S
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO
Merchant!), Bncrwood and other Pipes,
Tobacco Pouches and Boxes, 4-c,
jyi3tf Glasgow Missouri.
TT AV1ING recently opened a
in this city, the citizens of Glasgow and vi
cinity are invited to call and examine my stock of
Moves, lin, (.'opper, japan unttania and rresseu
Ware, which the y will find complete and of the
BEST QUALITY & MANUFACTURE.
My Cooking; Stoves are ot the most approved
patterns, consisting of tlie lonouiug i
c M i rt:ic o.K,
Sji ICI 4 M .4 ,
m;v i, ii a.
Ilt( IOI TAI.
IPS" Prompt atteention paid to jobbine; and
Feb 0, 18C6.
. FASSETT & CO-.
Agents for Stewart's Largs Oven, Summer and
EXTENTION TOP IMPROVED, 1859.
PATENT REISSUED, 1864.
Over 100,000 of These in Use J
FASSETT & CO.,
Sample ancl Sales Hooms
Nos. 21 and 23 N. Fifth Street, St. !ouis.
April 13, 1866 Cm. bfs.
I WM . SPEAR & CO.,
Glasgow. J- St. Louis.
CHAS. A. MCNAIR,
IAS. L. HOHC.AS,
NO. H. t'EAZEL,
MAIR, MORGAN & CO.,
MANtTFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
Jan. 26-Iyr. GLASGOW. MO.
STOVES & TINWAEE
T. T. OSBORNE,
HAVING recommenced the car
riage business at this place, is now
oti'eriiie a vaiied assortment of vehi
cles, consisting, in part, of
Open and Top Buggies,
and will endeavor to keep constantly on hand such
as may b needed of bis own aud others' manu
facture. Those who want a
No. One Vehicle
made, will do well to gwt their order in time.
IJjT Especial attention given to
Re-painting, Re-trimming or general
Repairing of old vehicles.
Satisfaction guaranteed and work done prompt
ly to order. Glasgow, Mo., May 25, 1800.
B. W. LEWIS.
JAS. W. LEWIS.
B. W. LEWIS & BROS..
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
o f T obacco'
U)atcl)cs ftnb 3cu)clrn.
aft W T
A f 5
T IiAIER respectfully
I . putilic trial ne is still
announces lo the
ftiL'iL'cd at his old
business, aiid is dt'rri.iiied to devote his entire
time to satisfy the inc reauin; demands of his pa
tjons. 1 now have on hand, ready finished i.p to or
EXCELLENT STOCK OFMJRBLE.
suitable for Monuments and Grave Stones, which
I will work up on
Very llc-nsoiialtle Trriiia
I have many new, beautiful and original de-
aiena for ornuuieiitinemave stones, which, toieth
r with mv stock of Marble, all are invitiil to
call and examine, and I fel confident I ahull be
able to uive entire satutaction, wsiyie, woiKinan
hip. and terms. P. U.UEH.
Glasgow, Mo., June If, 1865 ly.
ST O HE,
At lr. IlnT kin's Xew Drug Store,
THE nm'ersisned would respectfully announce
to his friends and the public, in (reneinl, that
he has returned with a new and well selected
WATCHES, JEWEMIY, &.C.
of the lali st styles ; 'elected w'th ercaf care from
the lariat stocks of Philadelphia and New Voik
lViiKlifH fioiallie most Ci'Ieltrii.
teil .Makers i I'.tlroise. Celehruted
AMERICAN LEV EU WATCHES of the finest
nianuf.tctiire, warranted ncctinite time keepers.
CLOCKS OF ALL PATTERNS, tinu n ecnrnil
risaortiiit'iit of goods, such as may be found in the
best fatalilishmeiitsof St. Louis.
Watches end Jew elry of the finest kind made
SILVER WARE MADE OF PURE COIN.
So Goods mwrenresented. Havinir been
a Watchmaker for some years, I Hatter myself as
a competent hand to do "ail kinds of work in the
very best manner, and on the most reasonable
ITTLEBT of tlie best (trniif!, Ten
iliiifs.st'ini, Kiizorfc, fee., of Hog-
ers' n r.i oMeMiolin's make.
Old Cold and Silver botiL'ht and taken in ex
change, joii v ii t ini:iti.Aiv.
Glasgow, Juno litf, ISCo.
XTU-h CONTINUE TO KEEP A COM
V Y pie assortment of his own manuf Atured
Also a select stock of
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
such as the celebrated
Plymouth Rock, Charter Oak,
Gerinmia (new pattern) Indianola, (extra.)
Home Guard, (improved.) Peerless,
A large stock of
HEATING & YMUm STOVES
I wish to call attention to my stock of
a choice lot, which I am si-lltup; out low to make
room for tin-ware, such as Japanned Toiletware,
Pressed, Stamped and Spun, Frenched Tinned
ware. In connection, I keep
Chain Pumps, Lightening Rods
J Thankful for the very liberal patronage
receiveu uui uiK tue nasi eigni years, i rmunise m
friends and patrons that my persona! attention w
be civer. lo all work done.
Tin Roofing, Guttering and Pipes
put up to stay.
Glasgow, January 11, 1866.
t V . ' , '
GEO. fl. TATUM & CO.,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
And General Dealers in
Northeast Corner o( First and Market streets,
C3- lnsgow, Mo.
r ' ' : . -
HAVE just received a large and complete as
sortment of all kinds of '
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, IIolnc, Salt,
rrults, IVuts, Dye-Stuir,
Tool 8 of Every Description,
Spun Cotton, Tobacco,
Pump Chain and Tubing,
and first rate stock of
WATER STREET, GLASGOW MO..
.'-.' i '' :i . '
Would call attention of all buyers of
A . W t koPER'S ! H A.H DWAEE
TTTHO has jttt ruee Ved a general stock of mer
it coanuise, wnic'.t ne Dnuutit since tne
in prices. anoT waich will be sold at corresponding
ngures. my atocK was selecrert witn preat care,
and embraces full lit es of every description of
merchandise sin ed to tlie trade of this section.
i ne attention of
IRON, NAILS, &c.
All of which will be offered to the public at the
We are also in the market for all kinds of
country produce. We wish to purchase now
50,000 Pounds of WooL
for which the hiphest price will be paid in cash or
0. H. TATUM & CO.
March 9, 1856.
To his present Stock, piircha ted
after tlie large decline In Gold.
I am tircnared to offer to my friends and cus-1
tomera a complete assortment of all kinds of
Groeeries at the
Very Lowest Rates.
Will pay the highest CASH PRICE for
Bacon, Lard, Hides, Wool, Chick
ens, Eggs, Butter, Potatoes, Apples,
Corn, Wood, &c, i.c.
Glasgow, Nov. 9, 1805.
The subscriber is fnllv nrenarr1 Ijinmitih t"Th.ft
Music, Strings, Musical Instruments, and Music
Books .of all kinds at the I nw.nt traria lata.
wholesale and retail, from the largest collections
in ;nis couniry. t
Orders punctually and faithfully attended to;
Auurcsi an oraers to
f)81 Broadway New York.
BOARDMAN. GRAY.& CO.
The subscriber, late a member of this veil known
firm, has established a,
581 Broad way j IT Y. City,- .',
isr e "w
is especially cailrl tc my slock of Dress Goods
nn trimmings, Eonti ts and Hats, trimmed anu
lilies' Shoes, Gaiters and
H. H. SHKPPERD
Tli5) ; O-.. ixtloixioix
will finrmy out jly rf Clothinc; and lurnishing
Goyds complet' inevciy particular, and at the
lowest prates. I u f
niy stock oi
. ' ' '
BOOlS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
is nVt i iTTjassed in this market.
Call end see ant tmce mv eoods before buviic
He will at f.e same ime, buy all kinds of
Countrs- Produce for which he will
pay ( ash or Jooils, as may
be agre d upon.
l: ' ROPER,
Glasgow, April 20, 1H0.
STEINMETZ, SIIEPPERD & CO.,
Deale-s in all kinds of
WHITE & BRO.,
Where he will be pleased to receive the orders ef
his friends and the public, and especially to hear
from those who have so liberally bestowed their
patronage on on the firm heretofore. He will
supply these superior instruments to the trade
Wholesale and Retail, at the vei
Have just received one of the largest end best 1
selected stocks of
S. C. JIUTCriiNSOX & CO.
are now re erring and opening at their
USTew fetore House
OX MAIUtlT STREET,
a well select d, gtaeral assortment ot
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Hardware, Wooden "Ware,
STAPLE & FANCY
1ROX, NAILS, &.C., &c,
EVER BROUGHT to THIS MARKET,
Which will be sold as low as the lowest. Call
and examine, as it pays to look around before
Buying. marcn g, 1000.
Made with an Insuluted Iron Rim and Frame
(cast in one solid plate.) Theyexcel all
otners in ouraDinty, superiority ot
tone, and elegance of external
All these Pianos have overstrung scales, giving;
in connection with the patent iron rim and frame.
FULL, ROUND, JWERFUn AKD BWEET,
The cases are elegant in
and safely handled.
appearance, and easily
0"0 0 s
in wl.:ch muy be found
u ill f kep'. m that line.
They also dc;.
ts call attention to their gener
and'seh t slock of
U A V. D W ARE
I C3r 1 ci is is -vr aroi - ifto-
THAPfKFUI, for past favors, and by strict at
tention to business, and a promptness in
meeting all declines, we solicit a continuance of
the public patronage.
Manufactures to order all kinds of
Boots and Shoes,
Also keeps for sale all kinds of toots,
'VI Snof9 Valises, Traveling Bags, &c, which
lie is offering
At Reduced Prices
All work warranted. Store on First street, with
J. E. Dey, Saddler, one door above the post office.
Warranted to Prove Satis
factory, or the Money
ADDRESS ALL ORDEBS TO .
Wholesale Agent, 681 Broadway, New
W. O. BROWN. JXO. A. CASON. S
S. D- & 11 AT. SMITH S
THE ilOST PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL
AMERICAN HOME CIRCLE!
In their stock o
f be fo.
id a large and excellent
M A vlIMi Dgann opened m
XX prepared to mannfacture
iv bhoe Shop, I am
e- - j
Having made sp-
Havine had an experience of some fifteen venrs
at the business, I feci confident that I can give en
tire satisfaction in my work. My material and
stock are of the best kind and warranted.
I would solicit a continuance of the same, at mv lJ IT Ni
nuu fihnn nn ITlr. nn..t. Tl A1
to select such a stock
new hhop, on rirst street, opposite Thompson &
Dunnica's Bank. N. f RANZEN.
uiasgow, June la, ikdd.
BROWN & CASON
Opposite the Steamboat Landing,
WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO,
DEALERS IS ALL KIXDS OF
AND JL71 J. 3NT O "S"
AND FRl'ITS, NUTS, CARDIES.
BOOTS AISD SHOES FARMERS !
as be at eptable to
I VfiMT TO TXJT? TTlfT
we ask the pit' c to ca 1 and examino them. u 1 m I til!
Having dinnined o do all we can
rS'-rtT'a, A T nr.ro lnt nP 5rw.1
ji-&Brj- Salt just received, and
for sale at $3 Z per sack, by
jyia. G. II. T.iTl'M &, CO.
COAL OIL, Lamp Wicks, Burners, Cleaners,
tie , fur tale by
fb 2.J SitlXMETZ, SUEPPERU & CO.
Fr.m Williams' Advertising Aeenev, 97
(.W.nut ttrctt, Sl. Luui., J,
CHARLES r. WIIIGIIT,
WILL iv prompt attention to alt orders for
bis services for the public lile c lU kinds
of proparry, real orpersoi.il. --
Ootobar V5 Sa.
0. Si?, Koi til 5th Slrert, eorner St. Charle:
sr. i ons, mo.
Here will be found every variety of
v-ith all the advantages of the Eastern market in
regard to both elec tion and price.
Send tor illustrated catalogues.
fel8ni HENRV W. F.DES, Proprietor
A FEW MORE of those verv
il and Briar Hoot Fines, Stems &c
line Old Cigars
bi tlNKMtU, SHKl'PEHD (V OO'S.
WJALL PAPEE compUtt slack of
. I T
A. W. KOFEB'3,
300,000 Feet Lumber of all Kinds.
Boors, Sash, Window Frames, Blinds, Laths,
Hair, Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris, White Lead,
Turpentine, Oils and Paints of all kinds, Class,
Putty, Locks, Butts, Iliiifrcs, Screws, Bolts in
fact buildin material of every description.
Before purchasing in this or other markets, call
and examine our dock and prices.
LEWIS & HEKYFORD,
Junc22-tf. Water street, Glasgow.
BAON, Feathers, Butter, Egfcs, ic, wanted, for
which the liiiihest market nrire will be paid
in cash, by
WHITE ii BKO.
QTF.INMETZ, fiHEPPERD & Co. are sole
O agents for the Improved Buekcve Sulkv Cul
tivator, Vuliilivers Missouri Corn Planter and the
celehniled Hock IslunJ Kteel Plows, which are
(lesiinett to supercede uil ollicrs now in use.
WOOD t'Oll 8 ALL.
T HAVE on hand and will keep for sale, at all
l times, uurtu UUU, and will sell any qui
titv and deliver itavherever wanted, in the cit v.
OAL OIL, Lamp, Burners, fee, for sale by
nniir, &L dku
TF you want anything In the Family Grocery
-A- hub vov wilt nun it si
feb. i.) aTKIVMEIZ, SHEPPERD I CO's.
TO MELT '
n our purchases
HE WAXTS of OUR
f food' , we invite our friends
l-thsi I tblic to
.30, 1 GO.
THE undersigned would respectfully
call your attention to his large and well
selected stock of
and in fact every article eenerally found in a
Grocery and Hardware House. We have a stock
I of Liquor that cannot be surpassed in this
market, all of wbicb we pledge ourselves to sell I
AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
Tbe Highest Cash Prices paid
for fill kinds of Produce.
Thankful for past patronage, we respectfully
asK a continuance tor tne new nrm.
BROWN & CASON.
January- u, 1865 vr.
of his own manufacture, ar.d in addition to which
..e .... .ua. irceiveu an enureiy new supply or under fence. There la an oreh.rrl and tnhaeen
. . . Hll,,tu "cme oeiecieu oy ham on the
Makes home attractire. refines and elevates the
minds of all, beautiful in appearance and effects.
581 BROADWAY, NEW YORK..
The immense popularity of these organs, and their
superior musical powers, is fast bringing them be-
fore tne puDiic, as me instrument so long aesireu
in American Homes. And although the cost
price is but a trifle over the Melodeon, yet the mu-
I: 1 -J . i ... . . . i i .
jetm it ,. , . . . . 1 aicfi auvuiuuces, ueailiy ot luno ana quiCKneBS OC
fZ Having sold tha part of the ,f,,nt on which touch 81ld actio'n Bre , far ,uperio;, that they
f mX '; t-'ff Saw M' ,ands' I no are fast superceding the melodeon. and the call u
it. uiiex Bitui rani rur saie on verv low ana in,nol AW.i..,:.,a.l.. A. i.
It is adapted to any music from the
for sale on verv low and
easy terms. Baid mill is in good running oider,
and nearly new. 1 will sell at a great bargain
or exchange for other nronertv that suits me. I
also offer the other part of my farm, lying on the
Keytesvute roan, immediately in front of Daniel
B. White's house, containing about 100 acres, 16
acres in woodland, and the balance cleared. All
e quickest and
i church organ.
T WISH TO I JFORM my old customers and
A. the public gem ally, H at I have my Manufac
tory in COMfLfc . KC MNU UKUEK, with
an addition of tin Latest Improved SPINNING
MACHINERY, nd am t ow prepared to CARD.
bPIN and KEEL YARN , all grades, at 25 cents
nemound. Also loCAltD ROLLS and MAN
UFACTURE WOOL int i 6-4 fulled cloth, doj
WHITE BED B'.ANKCTS. GRAY and SAD
DLE BLANKEi8 W tITE, COLORED and
PLAID FLAN N I L8,G RTHING, CARPETS,
fee, by the yard r r on sn. res.
l'l l.l.lU AM) I1LIU.
Countiv Cloth, Flannel . ic. fulled, colored
and fiuUhed, at 1 1 lo M cents per yard, accord
ing to work, coloi sod lit ill.
I warrant my vurk doi e in a complete and
workmanlike mum. sr.. am1 in due lime, (since Ihe
u-ar U over.) JII1X M. TI.IFF,
Bii vca Cbiei mitts, nar Koanoke,
RandolpU county, Atifi.it 31, 1Uu5. J
himself with great care, and especially adapted
io mis marKei, aim consisting in part or
Having procured the services of several com
petent workmen, he is prepared to manufacture
io order Saddles and Harness of every descrip.
tion and of the best stock, and at reasonable pri
ces. Call before buying elsewhere.
, L . J' EY,
North of the Post Office, Glasgow, Mo.
Jon. 26, 1S66. 6 '
i land, and it is capable of beine- made
one of the most desirable small farms in the county.
There are several fine springs of water that never
fail, on the tract. For fertility of soil there is no
better to be found in the count . The crop of
hemp and corn growing on Ihe land will prove its
superior quality. Terms will be made to suit the
purchaser, as I am determined to sell.
I have also 100 barrels of corn to sell.
jy!3-3t A. ALDRIDGE,
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS.
mills is to notify all persons that have left
X Claims in my hands, against Ihe state or Gen.
eral Governments, that I expect to be absent at
Kansas City for the greater part of the next three
months. All my correspondence and claim aeen
ev business will be left in the hands of Judge f(
W. DIGGES, wh'U I am from home. Persons
interested will be duly notified by the Judge or
most lively, to the heavy tone of thee
And almost universally they are preferred, to tha
Piano, by persons who have them, vet coatim.
less thau half, and only taking a small amount of
Send for Descriptive
(ty Exclusive agencies secured to dealers, and
large discounts to the trade and teachers.
Address all orders to
SWERIA OTT. v
B81 Broadway, New York.
A LIVE PatlFER.
T" I n C'f r T a nn
myself when any claims have been investigated nr -. .. r. 1 os
allowed. May 4, l66-tf M. ENGLISH. iJ8"'' "dyance
. wvai J, III L.THItVO
ir-i.i r i
A LITTLE ilORE
fab. 2. eiKlKliSTZ, EIIEPI'EKD A CO'S.
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
rpHF BEST LIQUOKS, Tobacco aud Cigara
1 in lowi). will be fuui.d at
March 2 WHITE
J. O. EBERLE,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
" IU WIllHJ I fa J u r V V aa .
Store, Glasgow, Mo. Work mad. to UKUUliKlhS AJNU KNlTTIRR
' I Hava iiiul Anun.it a .
m uiani) unu x urnnur
Store in the house formerly occupied by Dr
Henderson as a drug store, on Water street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of the citizen, of
Glasgow and "vicinitj. Country trade taken at
iuain.fi prices, ,ptu-onj A. n. COflo,
Weekly, m advance.
Weekly, in clubs of ten
of that FINE OLD order, and warranted to give satisf actioa.
. FIVE CARPETS.
WE'tiave the'finest stock of carpeting in this
city. The ladies are invited to call and
examine. SI UUl'St fc l.AKUrfcLD.
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