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LCFTlio Presbytery of Missouri will
commence its semi-annual meeting at
Rocheport, on the first day of April. The
opening sermon will bo preached by the
Moderator, Rev. U.Simington, at 7 o'clock
IO"WhilBl Florida was a locofoco State,
she had os her motto, "Let us alone."
Since she becamo a whig State, sho has re
pudiated that selfish and egotistical motto
and adopted in place of it, "In God is
The N. O. Picayune of the 23J, contains
n letter from Brazos, dated on the 15th ult.
The Mississippi and a portion of the New
York volunteers had arrived. General
Worth's division would be ready to sail in
a few days. The reported capture ol C.
M. Clat and Mnj. Gaines, with Borland's
command, is ascertained to be correct. At
Matamoras, a false iiUrm caused a general
preparation for a battle, but no enemy came.
A letter from Camargo, dated on the 5th,
gives an acount of the Mexican attack on
the mule train from that plane, near Aldam
ns. Col. Morgan, of the Ohio volunteers,
hurried forward with a mounted party, to
its relief, and was fired upon during the
night. He pursued the retreating ladrones,
who fled after firing, to the neighboihood o'
China. All ol the mules, except eighty
two, were re-coptured. He took from the
ranchos large supplies of ammunition, which
he burnt, and destroyed one of the ranchos
that was used by the enemy as a post of ob
servation. He was about to commence op
erations on China, when the authorities
begged him to desist, and gave him more
mules than he lost, as well as fresh horses.
He promised to visit the place again, unless
it ceased to harbor the enemy. Cakaoal
barely escaped. He was in the town when
Col. Morgan entered:
"Gen. Taylor, I am told, has now in Mon
terey, hostages from the little town where
Lieut. Hitchie, with despatches was taken;
and further, that the general has given the
authorities three weeks to produce the ac
tors of this tragedy, oi he will level their
town to the ground. Let this system be
kept up, and in a short lime nothing of this
kind will occur; any other course is fooling
away our time.
"Capt. Ben M'Colluch is again in the
field. He, with about twenty picked Tex
as b'hoys, joined Gen. Taylor a few days
since at Monterey."
The next day the Si. Mary's with Capt.
Mace and his command arrived at the wreck.
They sent a boat ashore, but it was fired on.
Under a flag of truce, they learned the es
cape of Col. I)c Russy. The baggnge, &c.
of our men, fell into the hands of the Mexi
cans. Col. Dk H. sent forward one of the
volunteers who fell into his hands, and the
remaining six it was supposed, would reach
Tampico in safety. The Ondiaka was then
burnt, and the St. Ma'y's returned to Tam
pico. St. Louis Union.
Horn's Last. On a recentftainy day
this was was heard to exclaim "
Well, my umbralla is a regular Catholic!'
'How so? enquired the tnend.
'Because it alwajs keeps lenW
D3-V. B. PALMER, Esq., is our eulhorizog
Agent, for procuring (Advertisements, receivind
subscriptions, end making collections for the
Boon's Lick Times, at his offices in the follow.
Philadelphia N. W. Corner of Third and
Balximobe S. E. Cornet of Baltimore and
New Yokk Tribune Buildings.
Bostojs No. 5, State Street.
. ST. LOUIS MARKET March 11th.
Flnnr is firm at 4 37 a 4 50. Wheat is
worth from 65 lo 70 cts. Corn, in soaks, 55 cts
Onis. In sseks. 40 cents per bushel. A lot of 14
hales prime Dewrottcd hemp, in order, was sold
rrom Levee, at yju per ton.
Provisions 100 bbls. of mess pork, delivera
ble at Hannibal, at Sill 50; 250 bbls. of mess
and prime inspected, to arrive, at $12, and 10;
20.000 lbs. shoulders ond horns, to arrive, at Oc
for smoked shoulders; 3Jc. for shoulders in salt,
nri 51e for hams in salt: 50,000 lbs. bacon
shoulders in casks, city cured, at 5o.; 25,000
Ihs. bulk sides, city cut. at 53c. per lb ; 25,000
lbs. bacon, to arrive, shoulders at 5c, sides at 7 Jc,
and hams at 7ic. per lb. Lard, to arrive, 7 jc
NE IV ORLEANS MARKET March 4.
Nothing doinir in tobacco.
Flour Sellers in the early part of the day
offered freely at $5 50, at which rate we notice
the maioritv of the sales but later. in oz was
the current prico, and some few small lots were
sold at 5 75.
Provisions. The Tork market is very dull.
Bacon, shoulders 63; sides 8 ic. per lb. Lard
9 cents per lb.
Corn is worth 80 cents prr bushel.
(rT-Imiiortant facts for Consumptives: The Select
men of Nashuo, N. H., have introduced the
Hungarian Balsam into tho Almshouse in that
man. with irrrat benefit to the poor invalids.
Thomas M. Hunt. Esq.. of Auburn, N. Y., says:
"The Balsam is in high repute with us, and is
doing much good."
A. Newell, Esq., Postmaster at Wost Brookfield,
Mass.. says: "We find the Balsam gaining celebri
ty as it becomes known, and people come a great
distance for it."
Pamphlets respecting this Groat English Kerne'
dy may ne naa gratia oi w n. . DNtwiu.-i, imj
n'int nnlv iiirpnt in Favette. Mn.
Read the advertisement in another column of
MARRIED On Thursday. March 11th, by
Rev. David Fisher, Mr. THOMAS A. OOFEK
formerly of Bedford CO., Va., to Miss SUoAN i
SMARR, all of this county.
On Tuesday, the 10th inst . by the Rev. Wm
....., m. LEWIS F. HUME, of St. Loun
county, to Miss MARY A. CASON, of this
With the above notices wo received a supply
of pood things, for which we return our heartfelt
thanks, for their gift and offer up, to Him who
rules the destinies of mortals, our silent, fervent
prayer, that feace, uorE, and wve, may conso
crate their homes forever.
fL SILK CAPS Oil silk caps of every va
1 rjety of shape, and of the heaviest ana ncii'
est kilk aud trimmings for sale by
JOHN Mr N HU. f
fjt. Louis, March 20th, 147.
WANTED Parents, Guardians and Mas ten.
Parents To take rharrre of a numhor of chll.
dren, who can be seen at almost any time, loitering
nout ine streets, in imminent danger or life and
imbs, from which circumstances it is iudm1 tlmv
hove neither parents nor homes.
uuardians io take charge of a number of
'mtlhs, from ten to 18 tears of aoro. who lit'v
loiter awatl the days, and disturb peaceable citi
zens at night,-by their savage-like veiling, anil
other disreputable conduct.
ftlASTEHafo take charge or a number of
lulU, who are wi sting their time and substance.
nd setting a bad example for '.he risintr irenera-
tion, by their idle habits and loafing propensities.
marcn iv. Apply It lite Mayor,
Democrat copy lw and charge Corporation.
847. New York Card. 1817.
r'HE attention of merchants and othert -visit-"
ine New York is renuested to the following
Cards. Thoso advertising are determined that
nothing in their power shall bo wanting to enable
customers who may call on them to purchase
cheaper than over. o
. . Schieffclin Co., Druggists,
104 and 103 John Street, New York,
Importers of British, Mediterranean and India
Agents of New York and Brooklyn Glass works.
White Lead and Tiemanns Colours at Factory
Agents for Swoim's Panacea and Vermifuge.
varnishes, instruments, Snutl, brushes at factory
ANfJFACTURER and Importer of MUSI
CAL INSTRUMENTS, and Deposit of
BRONZE POWDER of all Colors and Qualities,
of the best German Manufacture, Dutch Metal,
Florence Leaf Gold, and Ultra Marine Bine. No.
81 Fulton Street, Corner of Gold, N. Y.
All kinds of Musical Merchandise constanlr on
Brown's Coffee House and Dining Saloon,
71 Pearl street.
CENTRALLY situated in the business part of
the city (facing Coenties Slip, between Han
over Square and Broad St.) The best establish
ment in the city lor country merchants to get their
GEO. BROWN, late of Lovejoy's Hotel.
Wrought Iron Pipe,
TTfOR steam &.c., from 1-8 to 3 inches calibre.
JL Also Elbows, Brass and Iron Cocks, Flanges,
Slc. Manufacturers, and others, by sending a
agram can have pipes accurately fitted to meas
ure. THO. II. NORRIS & BROTHER,
No. 62 Gold st.
171 OR supplying Steam Boilers with water and
J. for extinguishing fires.
PERCUSSION WATER GAUGES,
For ascertaining tho Water Level in Steam
Boilers. A Pamphlet containing drawings and
full description of these machines may be had
ralis, oil application to
A. WOKTHliNUiOiN, 47 Front St.,
here tho machines may be seen and are sold.
Snutl and Tobacco.
rIMIE subscriber continues to manufacture and
JL offer tor sale the following Articles, viz:
Genuineand Imitation Maccaboy Snuff, Rose
American and French Rappee Snuffs,
Demigros do. American Gentleman, Jy.
Ana otner mnus oi urown anuria, put. up. Id
Bbls. Kegs, Jars, and Pound and half pound
ooities, s vx
Scotch Snuff, .'y ;
High Toast do. do.
Irish High Toast or Irish Blackguard do,
Put up in pound and half pound bottlos,
large and small Bladders, and bbls. kegs
Also Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco, in Large and
Small papers and Bulk, and Sweet Scented Oronoko
Lxtra superior, in quarter pound papers.
0 Fine Cut Smoking Tobacco, viz.,
Spanish Cannnster, Ordinary and Cut Stems.
In Bulk and different sized papers and Packed
i Tierces, Barrels, half-barrels and kegs. A
full price current may be hnd by directing per
man to riLittt l,uk.il.LiAKL, Jr..
42 Chatham St., N. Y,
THE BOOK OF THE FEET;
History of Boots and Shoes.
T7ITH Illustrations of the Fashions of the
v T Egyptians, Hebrews. Persians. Greeks
nd Romans and the prevailing style throughout
Europe during the middle ages, down to the pres
ent period; also, Hints to the Last-makers and
Remedies for Corns, etc. By J. SPARKES HALL,
from the second London edition, with a historv
of Boots and Shoes in the United States, Biograph
ical sneicnes oi eminent Nioeinakers, Anecdotes,
Sia. Price 50 cents per copy, or five copies for
$2, by mail. Country merchants can procure this
work at the trade price in any of the cities.
WILLIAM H. GRAHAM,
Chas. F. A. Hinrichs,
150 Broadway, and 75 Liberty st., New York.
HINRICHS 4- CO., 11 Kilby st., Boston.
IMPORTERS of German, French and English
Fancy Goods. French porcelain Vases and
Ornaments. Toys of all descriptions. Bohe
mian rich cut, colored and porcelain Glass ware,
Vases and mugs. Colored Sheet Glass, Cut Glass
Prisms, Alabaster Statuary and Ornaments, Pen
Jules, Engravings and Lithographs, Archery and
Cricket implements, dj-c.
TJLAYING, Visiting and Business Cards of
J. every kind, manufactured at the old stand,
where every article is warranted; put up in the
best manner, and the most reasonable terms, by
UhU. UOOK, 71 Fulton St.
Flushing Institute, at Flushing L. I.
Nine Miles from the City of New York.
r l Mils school has been well sustained more
J. than 20 years. Its present accommodations
are not surpassed in the country. Forcirculurs
containing lerms, Kcferences, Sc., ate, apply
by mall orff otherwise to tzitA f At rtUtilLU,
rnncipai, riusning, l,. i.
"Camjfihene Solid Bottom Glass Fountain
"CANNOT corrode or become heated they are
V superior to all other lamps. Manufactured
wholesale and retail, oy j. u. r &x , iao t uiton
street. Also, Howe s, the oest article ot Cum-
CHILDREN'S SILK VELVET CAPS-Some-thing
very beautiful in this lino, to which the
attention of the Ladies is invited.
JOHN McNEIL &. Co., 23 Market st.
St. Louis, March 20th, 1847.
Just received and now opening, a large and ox
ceedingly beautiful assortment of New York made
caps, embracing the following styles: 1'oint Isabel,
Ringgold, Ringgold glazed, soft guard, extra navy,
army and navy, youths , polka, infants pollia
and infants' bonnets.
JOHN McNEIL, Si Co., 2U Market St.
St. Louis, March 20th, 1817.
, Howard High School,
f MIE sixth session of this Institution will com-J-
mence on Monday the 0th day of April, and
continue five months.
For the primary studies, per session, $0,00
" " Common English branches, " W,u0
" " Higher " " " 10,50
" " Latin and Greek Languages, " 12,50
" Music with the use of the Piano, 18,00
" without ' " " 15,00
" French, Drawing, Tainting and needle work,
the usual prices.
Good boarding can be procured at from SI, 25
to 91,50 per week, every thing found.
The superintendence of the school has been
given by the Trustees to Mr. William T. Lockt,
A. M., and Rev. Nathan Scakritt. A B. The
great success of tho school, under their direction,
is me best evidence ot their qualifications.
- The course of instruction embraces all the
branches of a complete English Education, togeth
er with the Latin, Greek and French languages.
All persons desiring to attend the school, are
urged to be present at the beginning of the session.
We bespeak for award Hieh School a contin
uation of that patronage which has been so liberal
ly extended to it heretofore.
JOSEPH SEARS, President.p. t.
A. W. Morrison, Secretary.
Fayetta, Mo. March 20, 1847.
ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC.
The unprecedented success attending the use of
Dr. G. Benj'n Smith's (Sugar Coated) "Improved
Vegetable Pills," and the acknowledged supe
riority which they possess over the common Anti
Bilious, Cathartic, and various other Pills in
general use, have given them a decided preference
with all who have used them; and they are univer
sally esteemed the most safe and pleasant purgative
evor offered to the public.
Dealers furnished at tho New York College of
Health, 170 Greenwich street, New York, and by
Dr. Easterly dj" Co , No. 70 Chesnut street, St.
Louis, Mo., General Agents for tho Western States.
For sale in Fayette. Mo., by Wm. R. Snelson,
Druggist, agent. O. Henderson, agent for Glas
gow. CAUTION ! As a miserable imitation has been
made, by the name of "Sugar Coated Pills," it is
necessary to be sure that Dr. G. Bf.nj'n Smith's
signature is on every box. Price 25 cents.
March 20th, 1347. 2 3t
Spring Style of Hats.
IHE subscribers have now rendy for sale an
L assortment of beaver and moleskin Hals, of
Beebee and Castor's spring style and of the latest
Paris shape. One of the firm having spent the
winter in the east, for the purpose of obtaining
every thing new in style and material, they can
offer goods in their line moro elegant than ever
before produced in St. Louis.
Gentlemen ore invited to call and examine their
stock. JOHN McNEIL & CO., 23 Market st.
St. Louis, March 20ih, 1847.
GENTLEMEN'S CLOTH CAPS-Cloth cops
of tho finest quality and of entirely new
shapes, as well as army and navy caps, either
with or without oil silk covers. Also, a fine
assortment of boys' caps for sale by
JOHN McNEIL dj- Co., 23 Market st.
St. Louis, March 20th, 1847.
SNOURSE, 63 Main Street, Hat and Cap
Manufacturer, has received tho New York
spring fashion for huts, (Beebee &. Costar pattern.)
and. is now prepared to furnish customers with
hats of superior workmanship, and made of the
bsst material . The satin beaver, or moleskin
siHtMiat, is worthy the attention of those wishing
to purchase a. good hat; the lute improvements in
making this articlo, render them the most lasting
hat now in U9e; and no hat can be introduced,
more genteel or beautiful. Silk, Bsaveri Nutria,
Cassimere, or Brush hats, made to order; style or
shape of crown either bell, yeoman, straight or
taper, with brim in width and shape to suit the
taste and fancy, and filteilto the head with perfect
ease, by the celebrated Craneoineter. Gentle
mens' Cloth caps, with covers, and all the varie
ties of hats and capt usually kept in a genteel hat
and cap store. St. Louis, March 6th, 1847.
New York Furniture Store.
Nos. 40 and 43 Olive Street, corner of 2d
St., St. Louis, Mo.
THE undersigned, successors
to the late firm of D. C. T little &
Co., would respectfully advise the
public tliot they are engoged in
the FURNITURE and HOUSE
FURNISHING business, in oil
its various branches, and invite the
attention of those wishing to pur
chase New, Substantial, Durable and really CHEAP
GOODS, to their extensive assortment of PARLOR
& HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, embracing every
variety and unsurpassed in quality, style and rich
ness of finish, by any establishment in the West.
All they ask is, that those wishing to obtain rurni-
ture and house furnishing goods of any descrip
tion, either wholesale or retail, will call at their
spacious Ware-rooms, examine goods and judge
of quality and prices, as they are confident that
that is all that is necessary to convince all wish
ing to purchase of the advantage oi making their
selections and purchases ot them.
Jfc.UU.YJiS Bl HAKLUW ,
Olive Street, opposite the Merchant's Hotel (for
merly Glasgow House) St. Louis, Mo.
(t7"Urders from dealers and others promptly
attended to, and goods delivered on board of
Steamboats with despatch, in good order and free
1st. iiOius, March, tlih, 1817. 03-um
BAGS SUPERIOR RIO COFFEE,
12 bbls. New Crop Sugar,
20 barrels Ohio Whiskey this day r
ceived and for sale cheap, for ca-h, by
DAVID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March LHli, 1 847.
Dissolution of Co-Partner ship.
fMIE Co-Partnership heretofore existing be.
J tween John B. Allen and David W. Hickman
under the namo and stvlo of Allen & Hickman,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All
persons indebted to the firm cither by note or
account, now due, will come forward immediately
and settle up with tho undersigned, who is alone
authorized to soulo them.
D. W. HICKMAN,
Februaiy 10th, 1647.
We will remove to the store house, on the nortl
east side of the public square, formerly in the
occupancy of Kunkle y Kring, so soon as tho mi
provements now in progress con ne compieicd.
11 Hi u r., tsiuu at yvauli.
Fayette, January 9th, 1817. 44 4t
NOTICE is hereby given that I have adminis
tered on the estates of William Smith and
Agnes yols, dee'd., lato of Howard county. Mis
soun, bearing dato yecemuer xitn, isio. ah
persons indebted to taid estate, are requested to
make immodiate payment, and those having
cluiins against it, to present thrm, properly au
thenticated, within one year from tho date of
said letters, or they may bo precluded from hav
ing any benefit of said estate, and if not pre
sented within three vears, they will be forever
barred. SAMUEL V. MAJOR,
Public Administrator of Howard County.
January l'Jlh, lH. 45 It
At the sign of the Watch and Spectacles, I
havo on hand and fur sale a good an article of
genuine Silver Spoons, as was ever put in Hie
mouth of any one. I hove from the Soup Ladle
to the Suit. Spoon, which I will sell cither for old
Silver or Cash not particular.
G. W. COOKE.
Boonvillo, December 6th, 1818. 39 ly
BY virtue and authority of an act of the Leg
islature, and by authority of Margaret Bran,
nin and her heirs, the undersigned will sell to
the highest bidder, on Saturday, the 20th day of
March next, at the residence of Richard Bron
oin, Sen'r., near the road leading from Franklin
to Fayetto, e'ght valuable
to-wit: one woman, CARY,
aged about 45 years; three
girls SARAH, fourteen; MA
RY, twelve; CAROLINE, ten;
three men ADAM, twenty
one; UHAKLlvS nineteen; UAKLiAiND,
and one boy, GEORGE, seven years old.
A LtiSlJ, liu lL.s,
55S Utensils, Household
and Kitchen Furniture; also, at tho same time and
place, unless sooner disposed of, the FARM on
which said Brannin resides, containing two hun
dred acres, about eighty acres in cultivation, and
is equal to any l.md in the county for hemp or
tobacco; on which there is comfortable buildings,
good orchard, and excellent water spring and
wells; also, eighty acres, being the east half of
tho north-east quarter of section thirty-six, in
townhip fifty and range seventeen.
Terms made known on the day of sale. Due
attention will be given by
J ERE KINGSBURY, Trustee.
February 27th, 1?47. 51 4t
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Ribbons,
A. P. v7wclI,
No. 104 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
Would respectfully coll the attention of Mer
chants, visiting tho city, for the purpose of pur
chasing Goods, to a very tine assortment of Fancy
Dry Goods, &c, comprising iu part:
English and American Fancy Prints,
" " Scotch Lawn,
Paris Wool Bareges, Book Muslin,
Black Italian Silks, Bishop Lawn,
" Fig'd " Swiss Muslin,
Colored " Mull do.
Pr. Swiss Robes, Nansook do.
" Tarln'um do.
L. C. Hdkfs, in folds and cartons,
Gents Pr. Pongee do.
Eng. Turkey Red io.
5-4 to 10-4 biack Thibet Shawls,
8-4 to 0-4 " Do Laine do.
Rich black Silk do.
" tiir'd do. do.
Barege Shawls and Scarfs,
Lisle and Thread Laces,
Florence, Pedul, Eng. &. Neapolitan Bonnets,
Rich Bonnet and Cap Ribbons,
Ladies Blk. Silk Gloves,
" " Kid "
" White and col'd Kid Gloves,
Long, Filet Gloves and Mitts,
Blk. Silk Veils,
" and col'd Tuffetta Ribbons, which with
a full assortment of other styles, too numerous to
particularize, will be sold at very low prices ana
on favorable terms. An early can win satisty any
ono that they can make it their interest to pur
chase ot me. Loll and examine tor yourselves.
A. F. W. WEBB, 1C1 Main Street.
St. Louis, Feb. 6th, 1847. 48 0m
"VTOTIC'E is hereby given that tho undersigned
i.1 has obtained from the UerK oi nie i-ouniy
Court of Randolph County, letters ol ndministra
tion on the estate of John W. Elliott, dee'd., bear
ing date January 26th, 1847. All persons indebted
to said estate, are requested to make immediate
navment. and those having claims against it, to
nresent them, oroperlv authenticated, within one
year from the date ot said letters, or tiiey may ue
nrrcludssl from having any benefit of said estote,
and if not presented within three years, they will
be forever barred.
ROBERT WILSUJN. Adm r'
February 27th, 1847. 51 4t.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have atlminis
ifred on the estate of S. B. Parker,
dee'd., late of Howard County, Missouri, bearing
date February 18th, 1847. All persons indebted
to said estate, are requestea to mane imtueuiuic
nnvinent. and thoso having claims against it, to
present them, properly authenticated, within one
year from the date ol saiu letters, or un:y may
be precluded from having any benefit of said es
tate, and if not presented within three years, they
will be forever barred.
Public Administrator of Howard County.
Fcbruory 27th, 1847. 51 4t
-mTnTTrT is hnrnhv friven that 1 hnve oucniniS'
II Iprpil on the estate of George Adams, dee'd ,
late of Howard County, Missouri, bearing date
February 25th. 1847. All persons indebted to aid
estuta, are requested to make immediate payment,
nin! those hnvinir claims against it, to present
them, properly authenticated, within one year from
tho dato of said letters, or they may be precluded
from Imvinir anv benefit of said estate, ana ir not
presented within three years, tney win ob lotevtr
barred. SAJlOfcL. jmjuo,
Public Administrator of Howard Lounty.
February 27th, 1847. fU 4t
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
will apply ut the May term of the County
dmirt nf Howard county, for a final settlement
of thoir administration on the estote of Benjamin
Giveus, dee'd. A. LEONARD, f Evwiitiini
W. L. REEVES. 1
February 20th, 1847. 50-4t.
Hoot and Shoc-Hakin?.
flHE subscriber respectfully informs tho citi
J. zens of Faytto and vicinity, that ho is pre
pared to make Boots and Mines of every descrip
tion. at the shortest notice, and in the most sub
stontiul and fashionable manner. Ho has on han
a superior lot of Frfnch and Fo stern Leather, ond
a good assortment oi lasnionaaio iusis.
Fine Patent Leather Boots,
Nupolcon Cliinip sole do.
Double sole do.
Cork sole and water-proof do., and all kinds of
Ladies' work mode on reasonable terms and war
ranted. Bees-wax and dry hides taken in payment
for work, at cash pneos. UhN 1(Y HAtillINU
Fayette, July 18th, 1810. 19 tf
N. U. I wo choe-makcri wanted, to do atron,
1817. Tuesday Packet, 1817.
or Portland, Jrff'rrson Cili, fioonville
and Ulasgow, Missouri Jiwcr.
The new and splendid double
enviiie steamer ROWENA,
Wm. C. Jewett, Master, will
run as a ruuulur weekly packet to Glasgow, com
mencing on the opening of navigation, and will
leave St. Louis every Tuesday, at 0 o'clock, p. M.,
and will be at Herman. Portland and Jefferson City
every Wednesday; at Morion, Nashville.Providenco,
ochepoit, Uoonvilie, anil ijlasgow every lliurs-
day. Returning, the ROW EN A will leave Glasgow
every Friday, at li o'clock, M.; will be at Arrow
Kock, Uoonvilie, Koclicport, Providence Nosh-
lie, Marion, Claysvilie, and Jclterson city, same
day; at mouth of Osage, Cote Sans Desscin, Smith
nd Young s Landings, Portland, Lout re Island,
Herman, Washingon, South Point, Augusta, and
Charles on Saturday, and arrivo iu St. Louis
early on Sunday morning.
TliiKUWUNA is building expressly fur the
Missouri river, and being of light draught, pas-
cngers and shippers may rely upon hrr remaining
n the trade both in high and low water, and
upon the regularity of her arrivals and departures.
Her officers confidently hope, by nttention to their
business, to merit a share of tho patronage so
liberally bestowed upon her favorite namesake.
for freight or passage apply on bonnl, or to
RANNEY iy Co., 25 Front St.
February Oth, 1847.
Kcgular Weekly Packet,
For Jnfferson City, Booncillc, Glasgow, and
all intermediate landings.
The staunch built passcngrr
steamer TOBACCO PLANT,
Cnpt. N. J. Eaton, will com
mence her regular trips for Glasgow, Mo., on the
pening ot navigation, and will leave St. L,ouis
every Saturday Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, ond Glas
gow every Tuesday Morning, at 10 o'clock. On
her downward trip the Tobacco Plant will be at
rrow Rock, Boonville, Rocheport, Mount. V er-
non, J ruvidenco una iNosiivuie, on mesuay; at
Marion, Stoncsport, Jefferson City, Mouth of
Osage, Cote Sans Desscin, Smith's Landing.
oung's Landing, rortJand, Herman, koutre is
land, Pinckney, Washington, South Point and
Mount Pleasant, on Wednesday, and will reach
St. Louis early on Thursday.
ror freight or passngo npply on board orlo
RANNEY iV CO., St. Louis,
WILSON ty CROWN, Boonville,
R. V. HARVEY. Bionvill.:.
R. P. 1IANLNKAMP itj- Co., Glasgow.
February flth, 1817.
ICegitlar Weekly Packet,
For Jefferson Cilij, Boonville and Glusgcic,
The now and commodious
pasfenjier steamer A I.uu l a,
r-, i wj. ANDF.U.-ON :wii,i.ei;, .'r., jhiis-
ler, will commence her rrsular trips in mo auovo
rade, nn the opening of navigation.
On the upward trip the ALGOMA will kive St.
Louis on every Wrctlncday at 0 o'clock, r. .v., and
rriveat Glasgow on r ridav afternoon. On the
downward trip, the ALGOMA will h'ave Glasgow
every Saturday morning, at S o'ch ck, ond will be
Arrow kock, uoonvilie, noenrport, i-rov-mence,
Nashville, Mtriun, Claysvilie and Jellurson my,
someday. At Cote Suns Dps Sein, Smith's ami
Young's lauding?, Portland, Herman, and Wash-
imton. on Sunday, and arrive at Si. Louis on
Monday mornin '.
Agents: R. P. HANENKAMP iV Co., Glasgow.
JESSE McM AH EN, Arrow Rock.
C. & J. JONES, Boonvillo.
L. P. MARSHALL. Rocheport.
rLUMP &. Co., Jefferson City.
D. C. ARENS, Portland.
R. F. SASS, St. Louis.
February Oth, 1817.
DRS. J. C. PARRISH & A. PATTISON,
TrOTANIC Physicians, having permanently I"
3 cated themselves neor Fayette, on the place
lately occupied by Washington Pushers, about
ono quarter of a mile north east of Wiliuiighby
Williams', offer their professional services, in all
ts various branches, to the citizens ot Howard
outity. They respectfully solicit a share of public
Kyut. J. i'ARltlfii will aio prar-tice i'er..ai
Surgery. February 0th, 1817. om.
Pit. J. S. CLAltK,
4 doors north of the Planter's House,
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
DR. CLARK refers to his patients, of the last
eight years, in the city and State.
St. Louis, February 6th, 147. 48 0m.
JOHN I. ELI.ET. lUSSr.I.I. SCAURITT.
Ellet & Scarritt's
FU KNITUIIE AND UPHOLSTERY
Planters' Tobacco Warehouse, up Stairs,
(South-west corner of Second Street and Wash-
ngton Avenue,; St. l,ouis, .no.
N. B. Having tho largest
Stock, and tho most spacious
Ware-Rooms n the West, the
Proprietors are1 prepared to fur
nish entire, Steombuats, Public
Houses, Dwellings, and Deal
ers, in geiieral, with a complete
assortment of fine, medium, and
common Furniture and Uphol
stery; olso. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs,
Rmoir.s. liaskets. Willow Ware, velocipede
Coaches, Transporrntir.d Venetian Blinds, Work
Boxes, Clocks, I'ortable iic-sKs, veneers, ;-parusii
Moss, Beds, Bedding, &.c, 4ic; all very I jw for
Cash, ond Cash only, at Wholesale and Ketail.
Oj-Goods made to order at the shortest nonce.
St. Louis, February 6th, I 547.
Corner of Second and Olive Streets,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
IHE undersigned begs leave to advise his
. friends, and the public generally, that he has
bfcomo tho proprietor of the above house, and
that it is now open for the reception of boarder.
The building, throughout, nas been put in the
most complete order, and the accommodations, he
believes, will not (in anything appertaining lo a
first rote hotel) bo found inferior to any similar
estaMihment in the city.
Particular attention has been taken to prowde
spacious rooms ana parlors lor gentlemen vimig
St. Louis with their families, to whom on assur
ance ts given that, not only will their special
comfort and convenience be consulted, but taat
quiet and order shall at nil times be preserved.
Tho table ot tho "..Men-hauls' uoiei" win oe
supplied with the best viands the city and vieinity
con produce; and in the bar attached to the house
(which has been removed to the basement siory,
on Second streel,) will be found the choicest wines
This houso is in tho most central part of the
city, convenient to all the txtensivo business
houses, nlaces of amusement, and the steamboat
landinrr. rendering it a desirable resort for busi
ness men in the vicinity, as well as to merchants
visiting the city on business.
jwoiitj.v i. itrraiL.
St Louis, February 6'.h, 117
BY THE QUEENS PATENT.
TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS OF
Rtichnn'fl Hungarian llalsam oi
The Great English Remedy for
COLDS, COCCUS-, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION !
The most celebrated and INFALLIBLE remedy
for Colds. Coughs, Athma, ond every form of pt'L-
MONARY CONSUMPTION, IS the HUNGARIAN BALSAM
of life, discovered by that eminent Medical Chem
ist, JJr. Jjuchan of London, Lngland, and exten
sively known as the 'Great English Remedy.'
li has been tested Tor upwards of seven year
in Groat Britain and nn the Continent of Europe,
where it is universally considered the irrrat and
only remedy fur this awful malady, and is now
introuueeu into tho United states under the im
mediate ruucriiitoiiJ'.'uue of tho inventor. Within
three years it has boon distributed from Maine to
Honda, and from Canada to WWconsin. and its
effects aro every where alike
ASTONISHING A.NO TT.IUM Ptf ANT!
As a preventive medicine, and an ontidoto
against t!.e Consumptive tendencies of tho cli
mate, it is invaluable. As a remedy for severe
and obstinate Coughs, Inflammation of tho Lungs,
Croup, Sic., it is unrivalled. But the American
Agent is so confident of the merit of this great
Remedy, in the worst forms of Consumption, that
he prefers to have it used by tho
rather than by persons afflicted with some simple
and less dmgvrous disorder of the Throat and
Lungs. This may seem strong language; but it
is tho result of experience in thousands of cases,
sustained by the most intelligent and unimpeacha
ble testimony. We do not pronounce it. an infalli
ble remedy in all eases, but it is
the Mosr infallible!
Remedy known to tho civilized world. It is tho
best preventive of hereditary Consumption it is
the best defender against the influences of cli
mate it is the bet remedy for incipient Con
sumption and it is tl.e great and on'y remedy for
that f. (in'ol
sorTENINO Or THE LfKGi INFLA V MATION OF THE
KE'lBr.ANE AND TV::El:'Xj.oi:s hecay!
Which are the lust cll'jc'.s of that awful scourge,
and which are erroneously sopposed to be beyond
tho reach nf medical aid. Tl.e Agent or Proprie
tors of other medicines, dure not claim for their
preparntiuiis a power like this. They know that in
no case have such effects u.n nroduoed. The
grand object and purpose id" the co-nmon -remedies'
is simply to hive LEunr not to cure. This is
easily done by any intelligent Physician or Drug
gii but v.-lii!e dallying with thoso delusive com
t'niNns, the patient rapidly dn.-lines, aud every
day placei him farther and farther
CCVOND THE HEATH OF IIorF.I
Such is not the case with the Hungarian Bal
sam. It is always salutary in its effects never
injurious. It is tut nn Opiate itis not a To
nic it is not a mere Expectorant. ' It is not in
tended to lull tiie invalid into a fatal security. It
is a great remedy a grand healing and curativo
'compound, the great and only remedy which med
ical science and skill has yet produced for the
treatment of tin's hitherto unconquered malady.
It is. in fact, the
TEST KF.1IEPV IN THE Wor.LD!
And no person, olilirted with this dread national
disease, will be just to himself and his friends,
if he go down to the grave without testing its,;
virtues. A single bott'e, in must cases, will pro
duce a favorable change in the condition of any
patient, however low, though there are cases,
we admit bejond its power to cure.
The American Ant of the Great English
Remedy, having foil confidence in its extraordi
nary efficacy in the worst forms of Pulmonary
disease, boldly solicits for treatment, not tho
common ar.d ordinary cases of nirnple Colds or
Inllominaiioii, but what ara considered the most
Al'P.YLLIN'! C ASES of
coNi iiuiEn and ini.tp.at.lf. TrnEiiet-Lous disease!
It" there is a remedy in the world, it is lo be
found in Dit. Bl'ciian's Hungarian Balsam. It
has cured cases supposed to be past all hope. It
has raised invalids as it were, from tho very
grave. It has rured after ail oilier systems, med
icines, und methods of treatment h.ive failed. It
is found lo be superior to all the etl'ects of Medi
cated Baths, Inhalation, ciianiie of climate, or any
ol the thousand experiments that wealth and inge
nuity have ever attempted. It stands al ono and un
rivalled, as the gkeatesi and eest of all p.em-
The obstark-s which even the well-founded in
credulity of mankind has opposed to the success
of the Hungarian Balsam, are now fast disappear
ing, as its triumphs become mure widely spread
over the land; and it is rapidly reaching the envia
ble position of a standaed medicine, which may
fie found in all respectable .Medicine Stores and
Apothecary ishops iu the couiftry recommended
by Physicians, where their own treatment foils
and kept in numerous respectable families, as a
preventive medicine, to he used upon tho first ap
pearance of this FEAErUL DEsTilOVEIi.
So'.i by Mi-D.mu.ld S' Vmith, .Sole Agents for
the United Kingdom, at the Italian Warehouse,
Regent .Vtrcet, London, in Bottles and Cases, for
Ships, liospi'als, Ate.
liy Special Apioinlment David F. Ep.adlee,
11L) Court .Street, Boston, .Mass., .Sole Agent for
the L' nited iS'.atesand British American Provinces.
Americnn price, $1 per lttle. with full direc
tions for the restoration of Health.
Pamphlets, containing a mass of English and
American certificates und other evidence, showing
the unequalled merits of this G mat EnglUh Rem
edy, may be obtained of thu Agents, gratis.
.None genuine, without the written signature of
the American Agent, on a gold and bronze label,
to counterfeit which is forgery.
Aoents Dn. E. Easterly Jy Co., No. 70
Chesnut street, A.'t. Louis, Mo., General Whole
sale Agent for the Western States and Territo
ries. For sale by Wm. R. Snelson, Druggist, Agent
for Fayette, Mo. Also, by O. Hendehson, Drug
gist, Glasgow, Mo.
February iJ7lh, l-?47. 51 4m.
Citizen ol Howard.
The subscriber returns
his sincere thanks to the
Citizens of Howard Co.,
for their liberal patronage
heretofore shown him, ond
si ill offers his services to
them as repairer of all
kinds of WATCHES,
from the Ship Chronometer, dow n to the old and
faithful Bi-ll's Eye. New Jewells re-sett in
Watches, and all kinds of work done in the line
of Woich Making, at tho sign of the largo Wntch
and Spectacles. G.W.COOKE.
Boonville. December bill. H4o. HH 1
1 HAVE now on bond as good an assortment
1 of Jewelry as theso "dig.'ins" will justify my
keeping consisting of nil that is Fashiona'ik:
Such as fine Breast Pins for ladies; Finger Rings;
Ear Rings; Gold Chains; Pencils; Shirt Studs, for
gentlemen; Watch Keys, Sic. Also, a few strong
Wedding Rings left, but selling very fast. Plea.tt
call soon or tht-y will all be sold.
G. W. COOKE.
P-jonvilie, December tb. 111. ;l-ly