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: VALUABLE rROrERTY FOR SALE, In Glasgow. ' THE undersigned wishes to dispose of the fol lowing propertjr( eligibly situated in Glas gow, viz: A lot, on which there is a good frame building, with throe good rooms, a smokehouse, and a woll of good water. Also, a lot on which there is a Blacksmith shop, and a large building commenced tor a wagon maker s shop. The above property can be purchased on rea onable terms, for cash in hand, or on a credit of six months, the purchaser giving bond with ap ' proved security. A. ASHLEY. Glasgow, April 3d, 1S47. 4 tf Jewelry. T HAVE now on bond as good an assortment JL or Jewelry as those "digirms" will justify my keeping consisting of all that is Fashionable: Such as fine Breast Pins for ladies; Finger Rings; Ear Rings; Gold Chains; Pencils; Shirt Studs, for irantlemen; Watch Kevs. &c. Also, a few strong Wedding Rings left, but selling very fast. Please can soon or tuey win an oesoid. G. W. COOKE. Boonville, December Oth, 1810. 39 ly Caps! Cans!! Just received and now opening, a large and ex ceedingly beautiful assortment of New York made caps, embracing the lollowing styles: 1'oint Isabel, Ringgold, Ringgold glazed, soft guard, extra navy, army and navy, youths', polka, infants' polka and imams' bonnets. JOHN McNEIL, & Co., 23 Market St. St. Louis, March 20th, 1847. EXTRA wide brim nutria hats, of a very fine quality for the aged or persons who do not admire the narrow brims. A good assortment on hand by JOHN McNEIL 4- Co. St. Louis, March 6th, 1347. s APPINGTON'S PILLS, for sale by J. RIDD LESBARGER A Co. Fayette, april 24th, 1847. HATS! HATS! "1TcNEIL&.Co., 23 Market Street, would in ltX vita the attention of the public to their assortment of hats and caps, now complete, be lieving that they cau offer superior inducements to purcnasers, euncr wnuiRsaie ur reiun. St. Louis, March 6th, 1847. That is Beautiful!! WHERE did you get that dress cousin Sa'ty I am surprised at you to ask: don't you know Carroll is selling 25 cent calic for a bit. Glasgow, Nov. 21st, 1840. ' Flax and Tow I,incn. "1 flfifl YARDS WANTED Immediately, XUUU for wii"h a fair price will be paid, epr. 10. J- RIDDLESBARGER $ Co. SULPHATE QUININE Just received a quan tity of Quinine and for sale by WM. R. SNELSON. Fayette, april, 24th, 1947. SCHOOL BOOKS A complete assortment ot every description, for sale cheap, by ' WM. R. SNELSON. Fayette, april 24th, 1847. GENTLEMEN who are looking for bargains in very Superior Cloths, Velvet, Satin and Summer Vesting, Pantaloon Goods, Coatings, &c, &c, will find it their interest to call on us before purchas ing. We have also a beautiful assortment or HATS. T.eirhnrn. Fur. Russia and Palm Hats, Cravats, Suspenders, Stock?, &c, &c, for sale at extraordinarily low prices by SWITZLER & SMITH. Fayette, April 24th, 1847. Drugs, Medicines, Hooks, &c., AT REDUCED PRICES, BY WM. R. SNELSON, Fayette, Mo. ' iTUST received and now opened, a large and well selected slock ot Druas. Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Paints, Dye-stuffs, Perfumery, Glass, Ac, which having been purchased and carefully select ed by himself in person and will be sold at a great reduction on former prices. . Particular attention paid to filling orders from Thvsicians. with fresh WEDiciNEs, at a small ad vance on cost. SCHOOL BOOKS. A full assortment of School Books of every de scrintion. which will be sold lower than they can ha nnrrhnspii this side of St. Louis. Arrange mpnis have been made which will insure at all limp. enmnleta assortment. Also. Medical. Law and Theological Books, Novels. Poetical works of different authors, Al bums, Ac, Sic, all of which are offered at prices that cannot fail to please. Fayette, May 22d, 1847. Hardware and Cutlery. A full supply of Table and pocket Cutlery, Grain and Grass Scythes, Steel and common Coffee Mills, Butts. inees and Screws, Curry Combs, Augurs, Chisels, Files, Spoons, Nails of ell sizes, Log chains, Trace chains, Fifth chains, Ac, Ac, very cheap. ' SWITZLER A SMITH. Fayette, April 21th, 1847. TJ AW Cotton and Batting Cotton Yams, all sizes, Weavers' Reeds, ialf bushel Measures, Brooms, Tubs, Pails, Knife Bricks, for sale by SWITZLER A SMITH. Fayette, April 24th, 1847. STATIONERY- Tho subscriber has just re ceived a lorge supply of Stationery, consisting of Paper of all kinds, Quills, Steel Tens, Inks, Wafers, Sealing Wax, Black Sand, Cedar and Crayon Pencils, which will be sold low. WM. R. SNELSON. Fayette april 24th, 1347. BRANDRETH'S PILLS. The genuine Dr. Brandrcth's Pills for sale at the Drug and Book-Store of WM. R. SNELSON. Fayette, april 24th, 1847. Wistar's Halam oi Wild Cherry, IF any body wants any more of Wistar, just call at Carroll's corner, and no where else, for lie real article. Glasgow, Nov. 21st, 1840. TNFANTS' silk and ta'jby velvet caps, for sale S. NOURSE. 1 by tep. 19th, 1846. DRIED PEACHES A few bushels good dried peaches for sale by S WITZLER A SMITH. Fayette, Agril 21th, H17. IXTRA Superfine and fine Cloths, .J Jeans, Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Summer Coatings and Vestings, Gambroons. drillines, Linons, and all kinds of Summer Stuffs, for tie low by SWlTZLfcK SHWH. Fayetto, April 21th, 1817. mssmssnnSBMSMsassiassav Howard High School, ' , 'V. FAYETTE, Mo. .' rfHE sixth session of this Institution will com JL mence on Monday the 6th day of April, and continue five months. . ., ' TERMS. , . For ths primary studies, per sossion, 80,011 " Common Jinglisn orancnes, .. o.vu u Higher " " '"".' 10,50 Latin and Greek Languages," ' 12,50 EXTRA CHARGES. Music with the use of the Piano, 18,00 " without " " " " 15,00 French, Drawing, Painting and needle work, thn t:snal Drices. - - Good boarding can be procured at from $1,25 to il, 50 per week, every thing found. T ha superintendence ot me scnooi nns oeen criven bv the Trustees to Mr. William T. Lucky, D . . . a n tTL . A. Rl.,and Kev. hatha ocaeritt, a. o. in great success of the school, under their direction, u ilmhpMt evidence- of their oualifications. The course or instruction embraces an mo branches of a complete English Education, togeth er with the Latin. Greek and French languages. All persons desiring to attend toe school, are urged to be present ai me oeginmngui irasiuu Wrt hponpnk for Howard High School a con tin uation of that patronage which has been so liberal ly extended to it heretofore. JOSEPH SEARS, President, p. t, A. W. Morrison, Secretary, p. t. Fayette, Mo. March 20, 1847. OEAVER, Nutria and Csssimere hats, of every U style and quality by JOHN McNi.IL. W St. Louis, March Oth, 1847. Saddles, Trunks and Harness ruHE undersigned has iust received a splend I assortment of mntcrials from Philadelphia and is now prepared to supply any calls i""8 line. He designs keeping on h-'a- 'n .: . f r.les, Bridles. &c, an assortment of travelli-B " Cabriagh and Wagoon p3' f. and best quality, all fe" accommodating term'" Acy " 6ofttotneeI in the UIiie resne"' invites persons needing such articles t- call and examine before purchasing clsGwh-3'" fisop on the corner a few doors below the store n Hushes, Birch & Ward. u" w J,a in IIba liV.Ua.niJ WiUijUi. Fayette, June 26th, 1847. N. R. Cash ccstomers CAS DO BEST wtTn Us: though to punctual customers the usual credit will be siren. Corn, Wheat, Flour, Meal, green and dry lilies, t,inen, L.insey ana uunes, tuna, ,n whole, or in part, for work. Carroll's Corner. HE ain't one of the B'hoys that talks or tnking a trio to Europe to buy his goods, and goes down East and buys a few hundred dollars worth, & spends 25 percent on the amount in ginger cakes stops a week at Philadelphia reading signs- comes home, jreiaps, me most nom cnuer m n these pnrts. Glasgow, December 12th, 1840. Jew David. ALL who want that valuable plaster, can get the cennino article at Carroll's corner for half price, and nothing shorter. UlasgOW, iNOV. 31SI, iciu. Domestic Dry t.oods. 3-4, 4-4, 5-4, brown Domestics, Bleached shirtings and sheetings, Bed Tickings and Drillings, Negro stripes and Checks, Diapers and Crash Towelings, &e., &c, for sale by SWITZLER A SMITH. Fayetie, April 24th, 147 OYS' cloth, plush acorn top, and velvet caps 13 for sale by September 19th, 1810 fepring' Fashion. SNOURSE, 03 Main Street, Hat and Uap Manufacturer, has received the New York soring fashion for hats, (Becbee& Costar pattern,) and is now urcpureo 101urn1sncus1u1neraw11.11 hats of sunerior workmanship, and made of the hast materials. The satin beaver, or moleskin silk hat, is worthy the attention of those wishing to purchase a good hat; tho late improvements in making this ar'.icle, render them the most lasting hat now in use: and no hat can be introduced, more rrcnteel or beautiful. Silk, Beaver, Nutria, Cassimere, or Brush hats, made to order; style or shape of crown either bell, yeoman, straight or tancr. with brim in width and shape to suit the taste and fancy, and fitted to the head with perfect ease, by the celebrated uranenmeter. uenue' mens' Cloth cops, with covers, and all the varie ties of hats and caps usually kept in a genteel hat and cap store. St. Louis, March oth, 1847. Tetter and Ringworm Ointment. BEATSON'S Tetter and Ringworm Oint ment A certain cure for those very un pleasant diseases, also for all diseases of the skin, for sale by WM. R. SNELSON Fayette, April, 17th, 1847. To the Ladies. We have a beautiful assortment of Fig'd, Satin striped, black, col'd and blue black dress bilks, Mohair Lustre, and Lawns, Bulzarines and alpacens, Organda's, Scotch and Organda ginghams, Laces, Edgings, Ribbons and Flowers, Bonnets. Gloves, Silk and cotton hose, Children's Lrghorn and Velvet hats and caps, Kich sntin stripe scans and aim wis, Fringed 8-4 black shawls, ond many other do sirable articles. J. RIDDLESBARGER & Co. spril 17th, 1847. LEONARD, SCOTT &, CO.'S LIST Foreign Periodicals. OF THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, 1'IIE EDINBURGH REVIEW, THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, AND BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE The above Periodicals are reprinted in New York, immediately on their arrival by the British steamers, in a beautilul clear type, on nne white paper, and are faithful copies of the originals ulackwood s magazine oeing an exact tac-simiie of the Edinburgh edition. Theprices of the Re-prints aro less than one third of those of the foreign copies, and while they arc equally well got up, they a Horn all that advantage to the American over the hnglish reader li.tt.vis. PAYMENT TO HE MADE IN ADVANCE. For any one of the four Reviews, Jul, 00 per annum t or any two, do. o,uu For any threo, do. 7,00 For all fuur of tho Reviews, 8,00 " For Blackwood's Magazine, 3,00 " For Blackwood and the4 Reviews, 10,00 " (Vrlttniittuiices and communicaiions must be made in all cases without expense to the publish ers. The former may always be done through a Post-master by handing him the amount to be re mitted, taking his receipt and forwarding the receipt by mail, Post-paid; or the money maybe enclosed in a letter, Post-Paid, directed to LLONARD SCOTT & CO., Publishers, 70 Fulton St., New-York. May 15, 1647. m, S. NOURSE, Fashionable Hat nd fci Cop Manufacturer, 08 Main Street, t. Louis, Mo. April 24th, 6 ly Flax Seed. Wanted by epr. 10 J RIDDLESBARGER A Cc SADDLERY. Still Cheaper. The undersigned having pcrma nentlv located in Gtuseow, Mo. respectfully informs the citizens of Howard and adjoining counties, mat he is prepared to manufacture Sad dles, Bridles, Trunksand Harnesses; and in short every article usually mado or keot bv saddlers; and he feels Confident in saying that work made by him shall not be f inferior to any manufactured in Mis souri, both in point of material, workmanship, fashion, and durability. Persons wishing anything nhis line will do well to can ana Bee nis wars hofore mirchasino elsewhere, as he is dotermineo ell as low as any establishment in tnc upper country, and he thinks a little lower. Call and r.if vnni-snivea. A cooo assortment ui nn hand, if not. made to order on the Thefollowing articles win oe inKen in excunnije for work: Hides, Beet-cattle, Bacon, wneai, i. seed.&c. .. Glasgow, November Btti, 1840. y Hats and Caps. rTHE subscribers would inform the public that JL they continue the Manufacture of Hats and Caps, at their new stand, No. 23 Market street, where they are always supplied wun a run stocK of the various kinds of goods in use, in their line. All the latest improvements intho trade have been adopted by them, and neither pains nor expense will be spared to make their nots equal in dura bility and beauty, to any manfaclured either east or west of the mountains. By an arrangement which they have made, at much expense, they will produce tho New York Snrinir and Fall fashions simultaneous with their production in that city, thus enabling the fashion able custom to supply themselves a month earlier than heretofore. Doine exclusively a cash business, the good cus tomer is not taxed with the delinquency of the bad; and selling for one trice only, the customer is saved much time and trouble. Orders for single hats or caps, specifying the circumference ot tne Head, promptly attended to. Each and every hat is guarantied to he all that it is represented in selling, and tho subscribers will he responsible for any deficiency either in the color or weur. JUiiiM iuci.iLi y uo., No. 23 Market st., Si. Louis, Mo. Macrh 6th, 1817. CITY HOTIlli, Hoonvillc, Mo. 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 bees a trial. Charges as low as at any other Hotel in this city. . B. JUCl'U&tl&UN. Jioonville, wovemocr 1st, imo. 84 ti Hoot and Shoe-Making. THE subscriber respectfully informs the citi zens of Fayette and vicinity, that he is pre pared to make Boots and 4hoes of every descrip tion, at the shortest notice, and in the most sub stantial and fnshionahle manner. He has on hand a superior lot of French and Eastern leather, and a frood assortment of fashionable lasts. fa . n T II fine raieoi ijeuwiur jjuulo, Napoleon Clump sole do. Double solo do. Cork solo 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 rash prices. HENRY NABRING. Favette, July lelth, H40. ia tr N. B. Two Shoe-makers wanted, to do strong coarse work. E. DFROIX, Druggist, No. 48 North Main St., St. Louis, KEEPS constantly on hand, fresh Drugs, Med icines, Window-Glass, Gloss-Ware, Ladies' Perfumery, and all tho diflerent Patent Medicines, cheap for Cash. Also, all the different patent and Family Medicines at wnoiesaie ana reian. St. Louis, March Otn, ion. oa ly Hcatson's Tetter and Kiug w or in Ointment. 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 have ever been considered more difficult to cure than 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 have 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 discoy cry and introduction of Beatson's justly celebra ted remedy this belief was well founded. But wherever lhis medicine hss been known and used, it has shown this opinion to be erroneous it has demonstrated the certainty of a radical cure in al most every case. The proprietor, therefore, con aiders this ointment as a specific for the complaints above enumerated. This is no "quack" remedy, but really a certain and sneedv cure: it has proved efficacious in everv case, without a single exception, for the last three vears, and invariably eradicates it in fourteen days, however inveterate or long standing. These assertions can bo verified by reference to the nu merous respectable' families who have soon and felt its edicacy, and who have, from cratitude. offered their testimonials. It leaves neither smell nor stain, and contains nothing of an injurious quality. OS-Vot sale by E. DEROIN, Wholesale Drug gist, 48 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, March 0th, 147 52 ly GENTLEMAN'S ilk plush, soa otter, cloth, VJT oiled silk, japanned lawn and muslin caps, for sale bv S. NOURSE sep. lUth, 1840. OIL SILK CAPS. Oil silk cap covers of tine and medium qualities and tho most approved patterns, Tor sulo by JUI1JN iUcwtilLnj-v.o. 23 Market st., St. Louis. Mo. GENPLEAIEN'S CLOTH CAPS Cloth caps VJT of the finest quality end or entirely ne 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 JOHS McNEIL A Co., 23 Market at. St. Louis, March 20th, 1847. CHILDREN'S SILK VELVET CAPS Rome thing very beautiful in this lino, to which tho attention of the Ladies is invited. JOHN McNEIL & Co., 23 Market ft. St. L"ui3, March 20:h, lH. ill Saddle, Hrldle, Trunk and Har 1 ness Manufactory. rtHE undersigned having associated themselves JL together for the purpose of carrying on the above business, have made such arrangements S as Will enable them to sell work much S lower than has ever before been obtained in this county; at the same timo pledging them selves that no pains shall be spared in rendering their articles equal to any manufactured in Mis souri, either in workmanship or durability. A sood assortment of work always on hand and finished at the shortest notice. All orders in lhr line will receive prompt attention. ' 1 All kindsof produce, usually taken by saoaiors, will ha taken in exchange for work. fcr Shop at the old stand, on th ot 'de of the public square. KRING PATTERSON. N. B. All kinds of Lther on hand, and for sale at the lowest cash prices. - Persons wishing to purchase, will pi-9 on undersigned. v , JOHN N. KRING. Fayette, y 18th, 1846. 10 ly A 'Grand Father's Legacy. Mycr's Embrocation for the Cure of RHEUMATISM. rfTHIS painful disease, which has heretofore JL baffled the skill of Medical men, and the scientific world, it ia established beyond doubt, yields to the application of this Medicine. The proprietor has sufficient evidence, from those who have been cured, and has so repeatedly witnessed its beneficial effects, that he fuels no hesitation in calling on all who are suffering, to use thw Medicine, with a perfect confidence that they will find speedy and permanent relief. It has never yet failed to effect cure, and if properly ap plied, it never will. This is strong language, but the facts justify it. Let any one who doubts read what those who have felt its beneficial effects say of it. If they still doubt, lot them try it, and they will soon bear testimony of its efficacy. Howard coontt, March 20th, 1847. Mr. H. C. Myers. Sir Your Embrocation having cured my wife of the Rheumatism, with which she was afflicted in such manner as to render her almost helpless, and cause her to suffer the most excruciating pain, I cheerfully bear testimony in favor of the controlling influence your Medicine exercises over this disease. Yours, &C WILLIAM PAYNE. Fayette, March 20th, 1847. Mr. II. C. Myers: Pear Sir The Embroca tion I procured of you has entirely cured mo of Rheumatic Pains. I have been troubled with Rheumatism for 11 years, during which time I have used Hunt's, Hays, Hughes' and other Lini ments, without finding relief. Your Embrocation, has entirely cured me, and removed all symp toms of that painful disease, and I would recom mend all who are similarly afflicted, to uso it without delay. Yours, truly, J AS. A. DOUGLASS. Mr. Harbison Barnes, of Joward county, has been severely afflicted with Rheumatism, for some five or six years past. Ha had been confined to his bed for several months previous to tho time ho began to uso this Medicine. Ha had been under tho care of some three or four different Physicians, who all despaired of his ever getting up. lie began to use the Embrocation, and con tinued its use for one week, when he was able to ect up, aud in ten days was sufficiently recov ered to attend to the business of his farm. Mr. II. W. Kring, ond Chas. Givens, of Fay ette, and nil his neighbors, will bear witness to the truth of the above statement. (rPrepared only by H. C. MYERS. Agents E. Klein, No. 6 Main street, St. Louis; C. A A. L. Peehels, Lexington; Mize A Town send, Independence; N. A A. Johnson, Brunswick; Barton & Brother, Glasgow; P. Crow, Rocbeport; Thos. Selby, Columbia; Hamilton McCrawley, Franklin; Malin & Ridley, Weston; J. Riddles barccr & Co., Fayette; B. Bruce, Randolph Co. (Vj-Price from of) cents to $1,UU per bottle, according to size. Fayette, March 27th, 1947. 38 ly $ilvr spoons. At the sign of the Watch and Spectacles, I have on hand and fur sale as good an article of genuine Silver Spoons, as was ever put in the mouth of any one. 1 have from the ioup i.aoie to the Salt Spoon, which I will sell either for old Silver or Cash not particular. li. V. L!UUii.. Boonville, March 27th, 1847. To the Citizens of Howard. The subscriber returns his sincere thanks to the Citizens of Howard Co., for their liberal patronage heretofore shown him, and still offers his services to them as repairer of all kinds of WATCHES, from the Ship Chronometer, down to the old and faithful Bull's Eye. New Jewells re-sett in Watches, and all kinds of work done in the line of Watch Making, at the sign of the large Watch and Spectacles. ' G. W. COOKE. Boonville, December Oth, 184U. a ly f 1AKROLL'S can't be beat. That's the place for bargains. He sells goods cheaper than any store in town. None of your 27 3-4 Whiskey I 11a! ha! ha! Glasgow, JJecember oth, 194U. Carroll's Corner. K.ft PACKAGES iust received by the con JJJ tefnplated rail road. Those Germans will have their Catfish' line in full blast by spring. They are to swallow the groceries, &c, Ae., and tow a barge with drv goods. So says Carroll ! Glasgow, Nov. 14th, 1840. First Kate Ploughs. Six first rate ploughs, on hand, made in Quincy, Illinois, for sale, at $7,00 each. These ploughs were sold by us, last year, and gave satisfaction to the purchasers, and are offered at a reduced price, to close. We consider them very low. HUGHES, BIRCH & WARD, Fayetto, April 24th, 1847. superfine Family Flour. We aro now receiving and will continue to keep for sale, a very superior article of FLOUR, the quality of which we are authorized to guar antee to bonrst rate. For sale for Cash, by the barrel, or in such quantities as may suit the convenience of pur chasers. SWITZLER & SMITH. Fayette, Feb. 13th, 1847. 'IM1E attention of (he Ladies is particularly -1 invited to our very handsome, superior and cneap assortment ot Leghorn and Fancy Bonnets, Misses Bonnets, (various styles) Ribbons and flowers. Organdie and British Lawns, Ginghams, Calicoes, Bareges, Striped and Checked Muslins, Jacconots, Swiss and Book Muslins, Parasols aud Parasolettcs, Irish Linens, Long Lawns, Laces, Gloves, Hosiery, Towelings, Ac, Ac, which we are offering at peculiarly low prices. Ladies will please call and examine before purchasing ol3ewhere just opened by SWITZLER & SMITH. Foyctte, April 21th, 117. Samuel Notirsc, No. d8 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo. KEEPS on hand a full supply of Hats, of kit own Manufacture, and would invite the at tention of Country Merchants to his stock, and also to the fact that he is manufacturing largely Hail of the choicest material and workmanship, enabling him to supply, on short notice, nil orders in his line. Persona visiting the city and leaving their cast, taken by his Craneometer, can always afterwards order a hat that is sure to fit tho head with ber- feet ease. An examination of the casts, taken of ine ninerentsnapes or the bead, will satisfy any one of the utility of this method of getting its shape. Also, caps of his own and eastern make, of all kinds and qualities. Also, Leghorn, Panama and Palm Leaf Hats, for summer wear. St. Louis, May Oth, 1846. 9 tf . , ITIAIVSlOiV HOUSE, BOONVILLE, MO. This oil and well known establishment has re cently been enlarged by the addition of several rooms, (and renovated from top to bottom, inside and out,) which will enable the proprietor to ac commodate at one time a much larger number of persons. His stables are attended by an excellent ostler, his table always furnished with the best the country can afford, and in short every thing provi ded for the comfort of bis guests. Old Prices. PETER PIERCE. Boonville, June 27th, 1846. 10 tf Dr. Win. IC. S nelson, Wholesale and retail dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Paper, Stationery, &c, isnow receiv ing the largest stock of Drugs, &c., everimportedto this market, which he is determined shall be sold at the very lowest prices. Physicians and dealerseener- ally, are respectfully invited to call. Fayette, april 18tb; 1840. FAMILY BIBLES. A few plendidly bound and gilt edged family bibles, for sale bv WM. R. SNELSON. . Favette, april 18th, 1816. Pure White Lead. THE subscribers, agents for the sale of Glas gow & Cuthbert's celebrated Whito Lead, will keep a heavy stock of all qualities on hand, and sell at Manufacturer's prices, and charges, to-wit: rure, per keg, $1,001 Extra, " " ,m 25pds. No.l, ' 1,05 These are strictly cash prices, and no account will be made under any circumstances. HUGHES, BIRCH A WARD. Fayette, april 2Dth,40. IVew Crop Sugar, at Carroll! CARROLL'S Corner has just received direct from New Orleans 10 hhds new crop sugar and 30 bags of Coffee. His sugar is at least three snades belter than any in town, and two cents cheaper. The Coffee can't be beat, as a few grains make a pot full. Ho has 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 coffee by the hogshead and sack. But he will retail all he can. Glasgow, December 26th, 1846. Carrol'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. But that's so well known, on it I'lLnot dwell, So I will proceed with what they havft (0 sell: First comes the Calicoes, cheaper than all, Of various patterns, both large and small, Cassinetts, Janes, Domestics, brown and white; Broad cloth and Cassimeres, to be teen 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 oilier things, Buttons, tape, pins, needles and fiddle strings; No Muffs, Balzarines, nor Robes so soon rent, No! nono 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 ail rye and never to freeze! Stone and tin ware, window glass, but no task. All of which they sell cheap, but mind you for cash! Glasgow, December 12th, 1840. Carroll's Corner. 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 Bosting. Hogwallow and the lower end of town, looks like way down in the Hurricane among them gullies. The upper end of town is the place for business and bargains. What (Jarroll s (Jorner don't sell, the Jews giveaway Well, they don't do any thing else. Glasgow, November 14th, 1846. T SAY Smith, where did you buy that good Iron M. you shod my horse with t'other day; At uar roll's Corner, and no where else! What makes his iron so much better than any other! Why, Carroll says it was sunk and luid in the river till it got right suple and tough! He sells 1-2 cent cheaper than any of the rest ot them Huggamon gcrs in Glasgow. Well, he don't do nothing shorter! lilasgow, jjecember izth, 194U, CJMITH'S SUGAR COATED PILLS A Car O roll's corner, they taste, of sugar, ant not of honey as those at tnedrugaiore. Glasgow, Nou. 22d, 1846. , Sec how t ha U Coat fits! TID you get that coat at Carroll's Cornerl J Woll, I didn't get it any where else. I tell you, Boh, that is Martin's No. 2, and I recom mend all the b'hoys to go there for nice fits and cheap goods, trlasgow, Nov. 21st, 1846. IOO Harrcls LD rye whiskey just received. CallatCar- J roll's corner, if you want real good old Rye. It is too strong for coffee houso use without water! Glasgow, December 20th, 1840. I'luinhe National Dagucrrian Gallery and Photographers w iiruiMittng Depots: WARDED the Gold and Silver Medals, Four XI first Premiums, and Two Highest Honors, at the National, the Massachusetts, the New York, and the Pennsylvania Exhibitions, respectively, for the most splendid Colored Daguerreotypes and best Apparatus ever exhibited. Portraits taken in exquisite style, without re gard to weather. Instructions given in tho art. A large assortment of Apparatus and Stock always on hand, at the lowest cash prices. New York, 251 Broadway; Philadelphia 136 Chestnut St., Boston, 75 Court, and r8 Hanover Sts.; Baltimore, 205 Baltimore St.; Washington, Pennsylvania Avenue; Petersburg, Va., Mechanics' Hall; Cincinnati, Fourth and Walnut, and 170 Main St.; Saratoga Springs, Broadway; Paris, 127 Vioillo Rue du Temple; Liverpool, 32 Church St. Nov. 14th, IHUl. 35 ly. SURGEONS INSTRUMENTS. A general as sortment just received and for sale oy WM. R. SNELSON. Fayette, spril 21th, 117. ' New York Furniture Store. . Nos. 40 and 48- 0tt Street, corner of id St., St: Louis, Mo. 1 ' ' THE undorsigned, successors to the lata firm of D. C. Tutt!e&. Co., would respectfully advise th 1 public that they are engaged in the FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHING business, in all its various branches, and invite the attention of those wishinir to our- " chaso New, Substantial, Durable and really CHEAP ttUUJJs, to their extensive assortment of PARLOR & HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, embracing every varietyand unsurpassed in quality, style and rich 1 ness of finish; by any establishment in the West. All they ask is, that those wishing to obtain Furni ture and house furnishing goods of any descrip tion, either wholosale 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 of making their selections and purchases of them. ; JEROME & HARLOW. Olive Street, opposite theJMerchant'i Hotel (for merly Glasgow House) St. Louis, Mo. : 05-Orders from dealers and othera promptly attended to, and goods delivered on board of Steamboats 4witb despatch, in good order and free of charge. St. Louis, March, 6th, 1947.' 52-6m JOHN I. ELLGT. RUSSELL BCARRITT., Ellet fc scarritt's M AM MOT H FCKNtTUKEAND U P H O L 8 T E H T WARE-ROOMS, at tiie Planters' Tobacco Warehouse, up Stair t, (South-west corner of Second Street and Wash, ington Avenue,) St. Louis, Mo. . W. B Having the largest Stock, and the most spacious Ware-Rooms in the West, the Proprietors are prepared to fur nish entire, Steamboats, Public Houses, Dwellings, and Deal ers, in general, with a complete assortment of fine, medium, and common furniture and Uphol stery; also, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs, Brooms, Baskets, Willow Ware, Velocipede Coaches, Transparent and Venetian Blinds, Work' Boxes, Clocks, Portable Desks, Veneers, Spanish llfnu. Pprta. Ftpflilinrr. Ait. . Xj i . nil ma.. r - -" , ? w..., wv., . , u 1 1 ism ivn ml Cash, and Cash only, at Wholesale and Retail. icj-uooas maue io oraer at tne shortest notice. St. Louis, February Oth, 1847. , A large assortment of CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE just received by SWITZLER Si SMITH. ' Fayette, August 22d, 1846. Hats and Caps. t - JOHN McNEIL & Co., having issued the New York ppring style of hats simultaneous with its introduction in that city, are now ready to fit every customer that may call, with a hat, not only fashionable and beautiful, but all that the most exacting may require in the way of dura bility. The moleskin hat, originally introduced, by them into this market, and now brought to all the perfection of the French article, by the application of expensive machinery, and the adop tion of all the newest improvements, needs no encomium. They have won their way to popular favor, end are now, par excellence, "the hat." Their Nutria hat is light, pliable, of brilliant color and gloss; and they have a pure Beaver hat constantly on hand in the rough, one of which may be finished for any gentleman at three hours notice. Every other variety of hat can be found in their store, and hats of any shape or quality in general use can be furnished to order at six hours notice. A splendid assortment of cloth and oil silk caps, of new and fashionable patterns. JOHN McNEIL & Co.. 23 Market street, St. Louis, March 27th, 1847. pO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. -The subscri--L bers have on hand a large and general as sortment of hats for wholesale to the city or country trade. Those hats have been selected by one of the firm, a practical hatter of many years experience in the wants of this market, and were purchased at prices so low that they can offer unusual inducements to dealers to buy. Every case is examined before shipping, and the hats reshaped and ironed over if they need it, as is generally the case after being received here either by Bea or Inland. Fine hats of our own manufac ture put up low. A general assortment of caps for sale as above. JOHN McNEIL A Co., No. 23 Market at. St. Louis, March 27th, 1847. OIL SILK CAPS Oil silk caps of every va riety of slittDe. and of the heaviest and rich. est silk and trimmings for sale by JOHX McNEIL COi St. Louis, March 20th, 1847. A CAKD, Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Ribbons, Bonnetts, tyc. A. F. wTwcbh, No. 164 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo., Would respectfully call the attention of Mer chants, visiting the city, for the purpose of pur chasing Goods, to a very fine assortment of Fancy Dry Goods, &c, comprising in 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. " Tarlatumdo. ';J' L. C. Hdkfs, in folds and cartons, Gents Pr. Pongee do. Eng. Turkey Red do. 6-4 to 10-4 black Thibet Shawls, 8-4 to 9-4 ' DeLainedo. Rich black Silk do. " fig'd do. do. Barege Shawls and Scarfs, Lisle and Thread Laces, Florence, Pedal, Eng. & Neapolitan Boonels) Rich Bonnet and Cap Ribbons, Artificial Flowers, Ladies Blk. Silk Gloves, . " Kid " " White and col'd Kid Gloves, Long, Filet Gloves and Milts, Blk. Silk Veils, " and col'd Taffetta Ribbons, which with a full assortment of other styles, too numerous to particularize, will be sold at very low prices and on favorable terms. An enrly call will satisfy any one that they can make it their interest to pur. chase of me. Call and examine for yourselves. Respectfully, A. F. W. WEBB, 161 Main Street. St. Louis, Fob. Oth, 1847. 48 6m Irish Potatoes! ONE hundred bushels boat quality for sale at the Corner Market, Glasgow. December 20tb, 1810. ROPE. Hulter and Bale Rope, for sale bv J. RIDDLESBARGER Fayelte, May 10th, 1816. n '1