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and tabby velvet caps, for sale
HATS! II ATS!
McNEIL &. Co , 23 Market Street, would in
vite the attention of the public to their
assortment of hats and cops, now complete, be
lieving that they can offer superior inducements
to purchasers, either w holesale or retail.
St. Louis, March 0th, 1847.
T OOKING GLASSES A full stock of Look-
ing Glasses just opened at
DAVID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March 0th, 1847.
STATIONERY. The subscriber has just re
ceived a large supply of Stationery, con
sisting of Paper of allkinds, Quills, Steel Pens,
Inks, Wafers, Sealing Wax, Black Sand, Cedar
and Crayon Pencils, which will be sold low by
WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette april 18:h, 1340.
ITS n rriel
We are now opening a
assortment of L.
W. children's Cloaks, i$fC.
Children's Zephyr wool wrappers,
" Stockings and Bouts,
Ga'a, Scotch and Oregon Fluids (all wool)
and every other nrticlo necessary fur Children aud
married ladies. Lull and see.
DAVID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March Cth, 1817.
4-4 heavy brown Domestic from 7c to 10c
3-4 " " " " 0 " 8c
4 4 Osnabnrgs at tho reduced price 12c per yd.
7-1 do. do. luc " "
Bleached Domestic from Ci to 14 cts. " "
A large stock drillings and domestic Ging
bams at corresponding low prices.
These goods were purchased under the Tariff of
1818 at 50 per cent, less than they could be bought
at in the Spring, consequently enabling us to sell
much lower than ever heforn ottered in this tnnrxet
DAVID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March 0:h, lu47.
Linseijs, Sutiiiatts and Fhtnnds, J-c.
RED flannel from 10 cts. to 50 cts.
white do. " 20 " 50 "
Yellow, spotted and green do.
A largn stock Sutinotts, from U7J to 73 cents
50 pj. Plaid Linscys, from 12 J to 25 cenls.
40 " Kentucky and Ohio leans, all colors,
quali'ies and styles, from ' to 0J cents per yard
(very low.) Call in and vim will certainly bnv.
DAVID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette. Mirch7th, 1-517.
Pure White Lead.
'HE subscribers, atrmiis for ihesalo of Glas
gow &. Culhberl's celebrated Whito Lead,
will keep a heavy stuck of all tiinlilics on hand,
and sell at fllanulacturer s prices, and charges,
Pure, per keg, 1,001
F.Ktra, " " lu'. 2"pds.
No. 1, " " 1.00
These are strictly cosh prices, and no account
will be made under any circumstances.
HUGHES, BIRCH if- WARD.
Favette, april J.'itli, '40
Ciiiua Tea Setts, Granite Table Ware,
Cups and Saucers, Liverpool pliitcsiim Dish
es, and all other urticles iu tun way of I Queens
ware, Glassware and China at greatlv reduced
prices. SWITZLER &. SMITH.
Fayette, October 31st, 1-5 lli.
l'or Sale Loir,
A few very superior cross cut saws, (every far
mer should have one.) A variety of I'en and Pock
et knives, Table Knives and Forks, Locks, Hinges,
Screws, Bulls, Tacks, Strap Hinges,
Loo and Tuace Chains,
Collins' Axes, Straw Knives,
Hand Saws, Coffee Mills,
Cattle Hells, Fire Irons,
Shovels and Tongs,
and most other kinds of Hardware.
Quality, first rule Prices very low.
SWITZLER dj- SMITH.
Fayette, October 31st, 1840.
T TARD WAKE -Nails, Brads, Carpenler'slock..
IX stock, mortice, closet and all other kind of.
locks, screws, hinges ot all kinds, augurs. chi.
sels, gouges, plane irons and planes, cut Tacks,
Knives and Forks, Butcher knives, &.C., 4c, for
alt by DAVID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March 0th, 1847.
BENJAMIN H. TWOMBLY,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in the Courts of Howard. Ran
dolph, Chariton and Carroll counties.
03rUmceon the west siueot me ruouc square.
Fayette, Howard Co., Mo., May 2d, 1840. B-ly
KELETONS. A few human Skeletons onhand
5 and for sale low by
WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 18th, 1840.
1 PERFUMERY I have received a large (up
ply of Perfumery, consisting of Cologne
Water, Cosmetics, Fancy Sonps, Oils, Ate., which
will be sold very low. WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 18th, 1040.
To Consumers of Iron and Steel.
WE have on hand, and expect constantly !o
keep a large and well assorted slock, con
bar iron or various bizsi,
Round, Rod and Hoop do.
American Blister, Cast and Germnn Steel,
To which wo respectfully Invite your attention.
j. KiuiJL.jiouAttijr.n cf v;o.
Fayette, april 25th, 1848.
SAPPINGTON'S PILLS, for sale by
J. RIDDLESBARGER St Co.
Fayette, april 25th, 1340.
VJ for sale by J. RIDDLESBARGER 3j- Co.
Fayette, april 25th, 1848.
CJCHOOL BOOKS A complete assortment ot
K7 every description, for sale cheap, by
WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 18th, 1840.
FiAINTS, OILS, &c A very large and general
assortment for sale by WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 18lh. 1840.
SUING LES.--A quantity of good Shingles on
hand and for sale by
J. RIDDLESBARGER &. Co.
Fayette, april 251b, 1840
BURGEONS 'INSTRUMENTS. A general as-
O sortmenl just received and for sale by
Fayette, april 18th, 1840.
MOLESKIN HATS Something" elegant and
fashionable in this line always ready and
can bo fitted at five minutes notice, to a head of
any shape, to sit like an old hat.
JOHN McNEIL & Co.
St. Louis, March 6th, 1847.
C-1KANEOMETER. Heads of all shapes and
J sizes fitted with beautiful hats, by
S. NOURSE, No. 08 Main Street.
St. Loui, May 2:Jd, 1840.
Dr. E. Easterly As Co.
No. 70 Chesnut Street, St, Louis, Mo.,
Wholesale and retail dealers in all valuable
Familti Medicines, and by special appointment of
the proprietors, aro tne oniy autnonzea ngems in
St. Louis, and general agents lor me western
... . j n. -...,.. C..U
ataies ana lerruurit's lur me iuiiuwinjua,7
Buchnn's Hungarian Balsam of Life;
Dr. Swayne's com. syrup of Wild Cherry;
Thomson's com. syr. of Tar and Wood Naplliaj
Dalley's Magical fain txlractor;
Jew David or Hebrew Plaster;
Deltnrer' Mngic Hair Oil;
Dr. alsted's Magnetic remedies;
Dr. Allen's Dyspeptic compound;
Dr. Upham's Vegtable Pilo Electuary;
Dr. .Smith's Indian veg. sugar coated Pills;
Vegetable Persian Pills;
Morrison's Universal ygean Pills;
Bower's Infant Cordial; Bartine's Lotion;
Allcbasi's Family Medicines, the blk. salve;
do. ealth Pills aud Tooth ache drops;
do. Poor Man's Plaster;
Spencer's Tonic Bitters;
Baker's Diarrhoea .Specific;
Dr. Walson's Fever and Ague Pills;
Wynkoop's Tonic mixture for fever and ague;
einley's Worm Syrup, Ox Marrow;
Dr. Becker's Eye Balsam;
Dr. McLane's Worm Specific;
Sherman's Medicated Toilet soap;
Nerve and Bono Liniment;
Dr. Lemuel Warren's Tooth Powders;
McAlister's All-healing Ointment;
And in fact every other truly valuahle medicine
now befnro the public, can bo bad wholesale and
retail, nt this family medical depot, JNo. 70 CIids
nut si., St. Louis.
Country Merchants, City and Country Drug
gists, and dealers in medicines are invited to cui
and examine our prices. They will be sold 10 per
cent, less than they can be had elsewhere in the
city. St. Louis, June 20th, 1840. 15 ly
IIXTRA wide brim nutria hats, of a very fi
.J quality for the n?cd or persons who do n
admire the narrow brims. A good assortment on
hand hv JOHN McNEIL c,- Co.
St. Louis, March 6th, 1817.
OL'LPHATE QUININE Just received a quan
tvJ tity ot Quinine and tor sale by
WM. R. SNELSON.
Fayette, april 18th, 1840.
ITILAX-SEED. The highest market price will
J. be paid forr lax-seed, in Goods, by
J. RIDDLESBARGER & Co.
Fayette, npril 25th, 1810.
lloofsj and Shoe.
We aro now receiving a large stock of Winter
Bunts and Shoes, which we earnestly request the
public to call and examine.
15 cases kip Hoots, from $1 50 to $2 00,
20 " coarse Rrognn, from $1 25 to ifi'J.OO
350 pr. Brogana from 50c to ifl 00,
100 Buys' do. do. 45c. " 75,
500 Men's kip do. 75c " $1 00,
Men's fine Calf Buots,
Double soled water proof Boots,
Ladies' winter shoos, &c, and in fact every
article in the shoe line will he found at our house
at aslonisinghly low prices. We only ask a call.
DA MU W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March 6th, 1817.
Sugar, CoJI'ie, Sjxin Cotton and Whiskey.
A. full assortment of the above Goods on hand,
J. A. and fur sale cheap bv
. DA VII) W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March Cth, 117.
1 luriro assortment of CHINA, GLASS AND
:A QUEENS WAKE just received by
SWITZLER & SMITH.
Fayette, August 22d, 1810.
I RA.NDRE I'll S
FILLS Tho genuine Dr.
IJ Iiraiidreth'g Pills
for sale at Iho Druir urn!
Buok-Sturoof WM. It. SNELSUN.
Fayette, September Uth, 1840.
HOYS' cloth, plush acorn top, and velvet caps,
for sale by S. NOURSE.
September 10th, 1840.
BEAVER, Nutria and Cassinicre hats, of eveTy
style and quality by JOHN McNEIL Co.
St. Louis, March 0th, H17.
II a rd wa re.
CARPENTER'S Knob Locks, Hinges. Scrows,
Augurs, Planes, Axes, Hatchets, Chisels, in
fact nearly every article in the Hardware line,
which will be sold cheap bv
DA VI D W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March Cth, 1847.
GRIND STONES A superior lot of 6fe
grit," for sale low, hv
1. RIDDLESBARGER f Co.
Fayette, November 6th, 1846.
LELAND WRIGHT AND
A.J. WILLIS, having asso
ciated themselves In the
under the style of Wright f
Willis, take this method of
informing their friends and
the public generally, that they
intend keeping onhand a genera! assortment of
all articles in their line of business, which they
will sell on as accommodating terms a they can
be obtained in Howard or any adjoining couny.
They are prepared to sutt. cam customers, and
lso to extend to punctual customer the usual
All kindsof produce will bo taken in exchange
for work at the highest cash prices, such as preen
and dry Hides, Wheat, Corn and Oats, Flour,
Meal, Janes, Linen, Linsey, 4C.
They will spare no pains to merit, and shall
tope to receive, a iincrai snaro ot public patro
rtT-pnop, me wnire nouse on me corner, two
donrs be'.ow R. H. Law's Store.
Fayette, January 17th, 1840. 45 tf
K A H II li 12 It V .
The undersigned having pcrma
no-itly located in Glasgow, Mo.
respectfully informs the citizen of
Howard and adjoining counties, that
he is prepared to manufacture Sad
dles, Bridles, Trunks and Harnesses;
and in short every article usually
mado or kept by saddlers; and he
feels confident in saying that work mane by him
shall not he inferior to any manufactured in Mis
souri, both in point of material, workmanship,
fashion, and durability. Persons wishing anything
n his line will do well to mil and sei Ins work
before purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined
to sell as low as any establishment in th( upper
country, and he thinks a little lower. Call and
sae for yourselves. A good assortment of work
always on hand, if not, mado to order on the
The following articles will be taken in exchange
for work: Hides, Beuf-cattle, Bacon, Wheat. Flax
seed. Si c. A. W. ROPER.
Glasgow, November 8th, 1845. 3a 2y
R o o n v i 1 1 c , M o .
The subscriber returns thanks to his
customers for their liberal support and
solicits a continuance of favor.
From those who have never visited
his House, he respectfully begs a trial.
Charges as low as at any other Hotel in this
city. ii- a. ftIcrMJt.KMiN .
Boonville, November 1st, ini;. si it
U. i:iEOI., Irugffist,
No. 48 North Main St., St. Louis,
KEEPS constantly on band, fresh Drugs, Med
icines, Window-Gloss, Glass-Ware, Ladies'
Perfumery, and all the different Patent Medicines,
cheap for Cash. Also, all the different patent and
Family Medicines at Wholesale and retail.
St. Louis, March 6th, 1847. 52 ly
Ileatson's Tetter and King
A safe and certain cure for Salt Rheum, Tet
ter, Scald Head, Ringworm, Barber's and
Prairie Itch, Mage, Old Sores, &c.
It is highly recommended for open or ulcerated
Scrofula and Leprosy. No class of diseases huve
ever been considered more difficult to cure then
those of a cutaneous kind, and it will be conceded
by all intelligent and candid physicians, that a
knowledge of the nature and successful treatment
of them is very limited and imperfect. It is notorious
that many of these disorders havo generally re
sisted all the ordinary means of cure. Hence the
opinion so commonly prevalent, that they are in
curable, and it is probable that before the discov
ery and introduction of Beatson's justly celebra
ted remedy this belief was well founded. But
wherever litis medicine hss been known and used,
it. has shown this opinion to he erroneous it has
demonstrated the certainty of a radical cure in al
most every case. The proprietor, therefore, con
siders this ointment as a specific for the complaints
This is no "qunck" remedy, but really a certain
ond speedy cure: it has proved etlicacAirs In every
case, without a single exception, for the last three
years, and invariably eradicates it in fourteen
days, however invetcrato or long standing. Theso
assertions can be verified by reference to the nu
merous respectable families who have Men and
felt its efficacy, and who have, from gratitude,
offered their testimonials. It leaves nci'her smell
nur stain, and contains nothing of an injurious
O-For sale by E. DEROIN, Wholesalo Drug
gist, 4-1 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.
St. Louis, March Glh, 1847. 52 ly
G GENTLEMAN'S silk plush, sea otter, cloth,
I" oiled silk, japanned lawn and muslin caps,
for sale bv S. NOURSE.
sep. lilt'i, 1840.
IL SILK CAPS. Oil silk cap covers of fine
Vy and medium qualities and the most approved
patterns, for sale by JOHN McNEIL 4" Co.
2:) Market St., St. Louis. Mo.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS, buying for cash,
will find it to their interest to call and examine
the hats and caps of JOHN McNEIL dj-Co.
2:1 Market st., Si. Louis, Mo.
t'hiii.i, dilan and QttceiitiVtare.
WE u ru now opening a line assortment of
thf-above articles, and shall be pleased
to i-how all who may call prices and goods, believ
ing we can offer inducements not often met with.
DAVID IV. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March 6th, 1847.
SADDLEtlV. We havo on hand the following
articles of Saddler's Trimmings, which will
be sold low.
Fair Calf Skins, Hog Skins,
Bridle hilts (all kinds)
Saddle Trees, Plush, Martingale Rings,
Tacks, Stirrup Irons, and a general stock of
other trimmings. We invite the Saddler's to call.
D. W. IlICKMA V.
Fayette, March 7th, 1847.
ONE hundred bushels best quality for sale at
the Corner Market, Glasgow.
December 20ih, 1540.
WE are now in receipt of a larae stock of
Cloths. Cashimekks and Vlbtings. which
being purchased since the pruat decline in Goods
East, will enable us to sell at very reduced
prices; any person in want of the above guods
will do bettor here than elsewhere. Stock consist
ing of .
Blue and black Cloths,
London and kinoked brown,
Grass and Invisible green,
Cadet and all other colours,
Blue, liluck and fancy colored Cassimeres,
Plain and striped French black do.
Vestiugs of all kinds, styles and qualities.
We only ask a call toconvinen you that this rs
the place is to buy. DA VID W. HICKMAN.
Fayette, March 0th, 1847.
WANTED at Carroll's corner 500 bushels dried
apples. Glasgow, December 26th, 1849.
Saddle, Ilridfe, Trunk and II a r-
ri Ml E undersigned having associated themselves
JL together for the purpose of carrying on ihe
above business, have nude auch arrangements
as will enable thorn to sell work much
lower than has ever before been obtained
in this county; at the same lime pledging them
selves that no pains shall he spared in rendering
their articles equal to any manufactured in Mis
souri, either in workmanship or durability.
A good assortment of work always on hand and
finished at the shortest notice. All orders in their
line will receive prompt attention.
All kindsof produce, usually laken by Saddlers,
will be taken in exchange for work.
ftrShop at tho old stand, on the east side af the
public square. KRING &. PATTERSON.
N. B. Allkinds of Leather on hand, and for
ale at the lowest cash prices. Persons wishing
to purchase, will please call on the undersigned.
JOHN N. KRING.
Fayette, May 16th, 1840. 10 Jjjr(V
Hats and (Japs.
r""VIE subscribers would inform the public that
X they continue the Manufacture of Hats and
Caps, at their new stand. No. 23 Market street.
where they are always supplied with a full stock
of the various kinds of goods in use, in their line.
All the latest improvements in the trade have b"cn
adopted by them, and neither pains nor expense
will be spared to make their hats equal in dura
bility and beauty, to any manfactured either east
or west of the mountains.
By an arrangement which they have made, at
much expense, they will produce the New York
Spring and Fall fashions simultaneous with their
production in that city, thus enabling the fashion
able cu-tom to supply themselves a month earlier
Doing exclusively a cash business, the crood cus
tomer is not taxed with the delinquency of the bad:
and selling for one price only, the customer is
saved much tune and trouble.
Orders for singlo hats or caps, snccifvinrr the
circumference of the head, promptly attended to.
tacn and every hat is guarantied to be all that it is
represented in selling, and the subscribing will he
responsible for any deficiency either in the color or
wear. JUli McNEIL $ Co.,
No. 23 Market St., St. Louis, Mo.
March 6th, 1847.
Corner of Green and Second Streets,
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
FIHE subscriber has opened a House in this
J city, at the above place, under the name of
SCO 1 1 S HOTEL, and has taken great pains
to construct and furnish it in a style suitable for
the comfort of those who may be pleased to favor
him with a call. From its location, (being near
the best steamboat landing,) the style, construc
tion, and extent of the house, together with un
remitted personal attention on his part, hopes to
bo enabled to give general satisfacirqq-"
WM. fc. SCOTT.
St. Louis, February Cth, 1847. 48 6m
1847 OR pil) .'7.vA.v
7"E that ha.veye, read! Ye that have earsJ
jl listen! re that nave legs ran witk all yor
might to thi New Yerk CheD gtowfor Jew.
Store.) in Glasgow, Howard aouMyV&otHa
S. CHILDS &. BROTfi'Si' ho ,at last come
to the astonishing o0Dc3ni0H,'B-io(i ef thfir pres
ent Stock of Gnnds aiwt1rr' 3eoral gofid reasons.
First. To nmJtttVatMof Mltataaaiiaia-av Stock of
Spring and Summer Gooda these, are expecting
with tho first Steam to.--Seeondly. To un
ravel a mystery,, which -tor a long time has puz
zled their neighbor Merchants and even Custo
mers, how they ooold sell their goods at such
low prices, and .build line Store houses in the
bargain. - '
But by selling off their present stock at Cost,
the whole public can see that it does not require
any magic power to sell as low as the Jew Store
iu Glasgow, but it only requires such arrange
ments, as that of purchasing Goods at Such extra
ordinary and astonishing low prices as S. Childs
St. Bro's., fur as long as the other Merchants go
East but once or twice a year, and then some of
them only as far as St. Louid, where they have
to poy pretty dear for their whistles, they never
need to try, either by Auction, or private Sales,
to compete with S. Childs Jf Bro's. (or the Jews
in Glasgow.) Now Friends, remember that the
Jew Store in Glasgow, has always undersold
overy Store on this side of St. Louis, and aro
now selling off at Cost at such prices as will
most assuredly astonish tho nalues, and their
stock being as yet very extensive, you can suit
yourselves in evory thing you may wish, from
a Jewsharp down to a fine silk shawl or a gentle
man's cloak, or from a side of sole leather up
to a fine gold breast pin, Jrc. $"C.
Now then, whoever wishes to put his money
to a great ileal better interest than the law allows,
just call at. the New Yurk Cheap Slore, or Jew
Store, in their fine large new brick store houte,
in tiie upper end of town, where you can see in
Inrge leitersonthe front of Ihe house the names
ot ctiiLUS & liKO.S. Come one come all.
No trouble to show goods.
P. S. We will tuke in exchange for goods
Wheat, Hemp, Flaxseed, Beans, Beeswax, Feath
ers, Dry Hides, Furs of ull kinds, Dried Fruit,
OCr'I'O MERCHANTS, who wish to replenish
their slock for Winter, Spring or Summer, we
would stiy, lhat they would find it to their advaij.
tage to give the New York Cheap S'.oru a call, fur
tii-y will find that St. Louis can't face it, cither
wholesale or retail. C. Si BRO'S.
Glasgow, Junuary 30, 1847.
New Crop Sugar at Carroll!
CAR ROLL S Corner hns just received direct
from New Orleans III hluls new crop sonar
mid 30 bags of Coffee. His sugar is at least three
I'tules better than any in town, and two eenik
chen per. The Coffee can't be beat, as a few grains
malm a pot full. Ho lias a curiosity to feel like
a wholesale merchant for a week or two, and there
fore offers a few hogsheads of sugar and sacks of
oiiee by tho hogshead and sack. But he will
retail all he can.
Glasgow, December 20th, 1810.
nE ain't one of the B'hoys that talks of taking
a trio to Eurone to buv his poods, and eoet
down East and buys a few hundred dullurs worlh, &
spenus so percent on the amount in ginger cakes
aiuus ween ai rnilaue nhia readinir sinna
comes nomo, preitaps, the most noin' critter in all
these parts. Glasgow, December 12lb, 1848.
13 do Polka slippers,
0 " thick ole kid, for winter,
3 " I. R. over shoes,
10 ' Ladies' thick calf walking shoes,
fl " Ladies' cloth Gaiters (a beautiful ar
ticle for winter)
White kid and white satin slippers,
Children's and boy's shoes in great variety.
We request a call. DAVID W. HICKMA N.
Fayetto, March Gib, 1847.
. No. 08 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.
KEEPS on hand a full supply of Hats, of hi
own Manufacture, and would invite the at
tention of Cvuntry Merchants to his stock, and
also to the fact that he is manufacturing largely
Hats of the choicest material and workmanship,
enabling him to supply, on abort notice.11 orders
in his line, f
Persons visiting the city and leaving their cast,
taken by his Craneometer, can alway afterwards
order a hat that is sure to fit the head with per
fect ease. An examination of the cast, taken of
the different shapes of the head, will satisfy any
one of the utility of this method of getting its
Also, caps of his own and eastern make, of all
kinds and qualities.
Also, Leghorn, Panama and Palm Leaf Hats,
for summer wear.
St. LoikiswMiy0th, 1840.
DUUr V lLL,Ii, IUU. WW ,
. This old ond well known establishment has re
cently keen enlarged by tho addition of several
rooms, (and renovated from top to bottom, inside
and out,) which will enable the proprietor to ac
commodate at une time a moch larger number of
persons. His stables are attended by an excellent
ostler, his table always furnished with the best the
country canallbrd, and in short every thing provi
ded for Ihe comfort of hisguosts. Old Prices.
Boonville, June 27th, 1846. 10 tf
llr. Win. IS. Suelson,
Wholesolo and retail dealer
in Drops, Medicines, Paper,
Stationery, Sis., is now receiv
ing the largest stock of Drugs,
Sic, ever imported to this market,
which he is determined shall be
sold at the very lowest prices.
Physicians and dealers sencr-
ally, aro respectfully invited local).
Fayette, april I8lh, 1840.
T71AMILY BIBLES. A few plendidly hound
and gilt edged family bibles, fir sale bv
WM. R. SNELSON.
Favette, npril 18th. 1840.
163 Main Street, St. fiOiiis, ITIo.,
Dealer it Stoves, Grates, Hollow ware. Sheet
Iron, Tin plate, Copper, Tinner's Tools,
Machines, Wire, Block Tin, pc.
TEING connected with one of the most exten
MJ sive Foundries in the West, and having been
several years established in St. Louis, thereby ac
quiring a thorough knowledge of what the market
requires, purchaser may depend upon always find
ing him supplied with the latest and must desirable
patterns of Cooking, Parlor, Franklin, 7 ond 10
plate, Airtight, fancy and plain Wood and Coal
Stoves of every variety, fancy and common coal
Grates, &c, &c.
Tinner's Stock Tin-nlate. Block-tin. Wire.
Sheet Iron, Brazier's and Sheathing Copper, Sheet
and Block Zinc, Rivets, Wire cloth, Ears, Candle
stick springs, Tinner's Tools and Machines in
setts, or separate.
flr-Persons ordering, may depend upon having
weir urucrs i niiiiuiiy ii i lea and promptly shipped.
St. Louis. May 9th, 1840 9 ly
1'arrol's Corner Never Tire!
Just listen awhile, till I tell you the news,
Of Carrol's Cheap Corner beating the Jews,
For calicoes and coats it beats them all hollow,
And not alone them, but the B'hoys in hog-wallow.
tRu,t thatVta-wriJ, known, on it I'll not dwell,
So ( win proof owith what they have to sell:
First ebmea the Calicos, cheaper than all,
QT vnrious patterns, both large and small,
Cassinetts, Janes, Domestics, brown and white;
Broad cloth and Cassimeres, to be seen in the light!
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, of the very best grit,
Coats, Pants and Vests, all warranted to fit,
Linsey and apron checks, with sundry other things,
Buttons, tape, pins, needles and fiddle strings;
No Muffs, Balzarines, nor Robes so soon rent,
No! none of those fancy doings at 300 per cent:
But Sugar and Coffee, Leather, Iron and Nails,
And the best old Rye Whiskey to hoist up your sails,
Five per cent above proof, 15 above Breeze,
Warranted all rye and never to freeze!
Stone and tin ware, window glass, but no sash,
All of which they sell cheap, but mind you for cash!
Glasgow, December 12lh, 1840.
I SAY, Tom, I guess them tarnal fools won't say
Carroll's Corner ain't in town any more now.
The Jews have moved up in their fine new store,
and it looks like Besting. Hogwsllow and the
lower end of town, looks like way down in the
Hurricane among them gifllies. The upper end of
town is the place for business and bargains. What
Carroll's Corner don't sell, Ihe Jews giveaway.
Well, they don't do ony thing else.
Glasgow, November 14lh, 1840.
I SAY Smith, where did you buy that good Iron
you shod my horse with t'other day? At Car
roll's Corner, and no where else! What makes
his iron so much better thon any other! Why.
Carroll says it was sunk and luid in the river till
it got right suple and toiiL'lil Ho sells 1-2 cent
cheaper than any of the rest ol ihem Huggumon-
Kur in u msjfiiw. wen, ne mini no nothing
shorter! Glasgow, December 12th, 1840.
For the Ladies.
WE are now offering a desirable lot cf the
following styles uf Goods, which we in
vite your attention to
Rich Parisand London Cashmeres,
" " Delancs and Lamu Cloths,
Ladies' dress silk, (all colors,)
B ack and fancy col'd Alpacas,
Ringold und Point Isabel Plaids, for children,
Ringold and Point I abel Shawls (a new article)
Rich Terkcra and Cashmere do., latest styles,
Hick silk und Thibet wool do.
ui .hawls, all prices, qualities ond styles,
n inrge nil inreau capngs and inserlings,
Swiss Edgings and Inserting,
Lisle and B ibbiiiuK do. do.
Victoria, Texas and Oregon Gloves,
A fine asboriment kid do. .
Ill ps. Scutch and Eastern Ginghams,
Lama wool Cashmere and Alpaca hose,
Lamb's wool und cotton du.
B'imietts, Artificial flowers. Ribbons,
H. S. and C. hdkfs., velvet Cravats.Chimezetts,
Ball dresses and Graduated Swiss Book Rube,
Shaded Robes, &c, &c.
We invite the Ladies' to call, believing we can
supply their wants better than any other house in
upper Missouri. ALLEN $ HICKMAN.
Favette, October 3d, 1K40
CMI'I'H'S SUGAR COATED PILLS At Car
roll's corner, they taste, of sugar, aud not of
honey as those at thedrug store.
Glasgow, Nou 22d, 1340.
Mee how that Coat fits!
ID you get that coat at Carroll's Cornert
Well, I didn't get it any where else. I loll
you, Boh, that is Martin' No. si, and I recom
mend all the b'hoys to go there for nice fits and
cheap goods. (Glasgow, Nov. 21st, 1840.
OLD rye whiskey just received. Call at Car
roll's corner, if you want real good old Rye.
It is loo strong for coffee house use without water'
Glasgow, December 20th, 1940.
CIIIXDS & HRO'S.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealera in Fancy and
American Dry Goods, Groceries, Queens and
Hardware, Cutlery, Jewelry, Hats, Caps, Boots.
Shoes and Ready made Clothing, Slo , die, all sold
at the very lowest Eastern prices at the fine new
brick Slore above Carroll's Corner.
Glasgow, January 2d, 1840. 43 ly.
I HAVE this dav associated with me in busU
ness, Mr. JOHN A. SPENCER, late foreman
of my manufactory, and fur many years Superin
tendent of tho most fashionable Hal establish
ment in New York cily, and will continue my
business ot the old stand, 38 Moin t.( tinder the
style of John McNeil c Co. Pcr"ns indebted
to me on account of my past business, are re
3 nested to call and settle their accounts imme
iately. During my absence east, Mr. John A.
Spencer is authorized to receipt for those account!.
St. Louis, January 4th, 1840.
JOHN McNEIL &. CO. would respectfully In
form tho public that they have removed their
Hal ond Cap tablishincnt to No. 23 Market
street, the slore lately occupied by Barber, aye
f Co., and formerly by Wm. . McKinstry,
where they will at all times have on hand a fine
stock of every article in their line. The reputa
tion of their hats they consider too well estab
lished to need the aid of a puff, and they take
this opportunity to assure their customers that the
same efforts that have gained thai reputation shall
be continued, and that every change of style, and
every improvement in manufacture or material,
shall be instantly adopted, and no pains spared to
make their goods in every way acceptable to the
public. JOHN McNEIL 4- Co.,
No. 23 Market at.
St. Louis, January 10th, 1847.
CLOTH CAPS A first rate assortment can be
seen at 23 Market st.
St. Louis, January 10th, 1847.
OIL SILK CAPS Oil silk, of the "Ringgold"
and other patterns.
JOHN McNEIL dj- Co.
St. Louis, January lOtli, 1S47.
CtAKKOLL'S can't bo beat. That's 'ho place
for bargains. He sells goods cheaper than
any store in town. Aime of your 27 3-4 Whiskey!
Ha! ha! ha! Glasgow, December 25ih, 1846.
Kffc" PACKAGES just received by tho con
J"J templated rail road. Those Germans
will have their Catfish line in full blast by spring.
They are to swallow the groceries, &c., and
tow a barge with dry goods. So says Carroll !
Glasgow, Nov. 14th, 1810.
Texas anil Mexico.
AT ITCH ELL'S late published Map of Texas,
Hi uregon and California, tor sale tv
Fayetto, March 6th, 1847.
7WO barrels Linseed Oil in store and for sale
by , DAVID W.HICKMAN.
Fayette, March 6th, H47.
To the A III ie ted!!
A Certain Cure for the Rheumatism.
r HE subscriber has been induced, by the arj-J-
vice of many persons, who have been cured
of the Rheumatism, from theuse of his "Embro
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efit of those who are afflicted with that distressing
disease . i
ILizai. Ridge, Mo., Oct. 24th, 1840.
Dear Sift; The Rheumatic Embrocation, which
you .was kind enough to send mo last month, I
have applied according to your directions. It
has entirely removed tho Rheumatism, with which
I had been ollltcted for several years, and you aro
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Yoivs, 1 truly, . T. CLEVELAND.
To Mr.-Henry C. Myers, Fayette, Mo. .
Further evidence of the ejiicacy uf Myers' Rheu
it Fayette, Feb. 1st, 1847.
Mr. H. C. MyEBs. Dear Sir Wb tokn nle..
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.. Fayette, Feb. 10th. 1847.
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lime afflicted with the Rheumatism in my knee
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Read the following Letter from the Rev. Dr. Reed,
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nt rr n JAY"Tli- l'ebraryl8th, 1847.
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