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fc-CuarsT4s Cusna.-During this season of
festivity . and joy, when all are prone to Indulge la the good things of life to excess, let ut not forget that the pleasures or the table, when en Joyed beyond the bound of moderation, are at the expense of health. To those, however, who are inadvertently led Into excess in eating or drinking, and who, in consequence, suffer from headach, sick stomach, lowness of spirits, indigestion, and other com plaints, the penalty of over-indulgence, we re commend a trial of Wright's Indian Vegetable JPiUs of the North American College of Health This medicine will remove all complaints which arise from irregularity of diet; and cleanse the body, from those bilious and corrupt humors which are the cause of the above distressing symptoms, and or every malady incident to man. ' Bewars or Counterfeits. The only origi TIL AVJ OESU1NE INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS HAVE (it signature or William Wright written WITH A PEN ON THE TOP LABEL OP EACH BOX. AW tther it genuine, ariS to counterfeit (hit it forgrry The genuine is for sale by Switzler dj" Smith, .sole agents for Fayette; D. C. Champion, Cham ion's Mill; J. B Carrol Si Co., Glasgow; Felix Redding, Keylesville; M. T. Atkins, Brunswick; and wholesale and retail by Henry Blaxsley, St Louis. Office and general depot, 169 Race Street, Philadelphia. 03rBtcare of travelling Impottert. MARRIED On Tuesdiy, the 14th insL, by John Harvey, Esq., Mr. ANSEL GREEN, to Miss NANCY", daughter of Mr. Levi Markland, all or mis county. On the same day, by Elder F. Wilhoit, Mr. A.F. SETTLE, to Miss TABITHA ANN, daugh ter of Mr. James Turner, Jr., all or this county. We are indebted to the happy couples above named for seme of the good things or the joyful occasion, and as they have remembered the Frin ter we reel assured of their happiness in this world. DIED At the residence or Mr. N. Boice, in Carlinville, Illinois, on the 27th November, 1647, TEXANNA P. WINCHESTER, youngest daugh ter or Maj. P. H. and Julia E. Winchester, aged 3 years, 10 months and 22 days. Sweet child, you have fled this world below, And gone to regions of bliss, I know; Yes.? a jewel tins left its mother's hearth, ' And sisters arc mourning thy early death. For Hire. Will be hired privately, between this and the 1st of January next, a lot of VALUABLE NEGROES, consisting of Men, Women, Boys and Girls. Ap ply to II. M. BARNES, or ft. K. UUHAWiXUH. Fayette, Dec. 18th, 1847. 41 2t Slaves for Sale. BY virtue of an order of the County Court of Howard county, made at the December Term, 1847, the undersigned will expose to Public Sale, before the Court house door, in the town of Fay ette, on the 1st Monday in January next, on 12 months credit, five tiLAVtb, oeionging to the estate of Daniel Lay, dee'd., to wn: Minerva, aged about xo years, Mary, Sahah, Julia, Disey, u g 4, 5 2 " security required Tor the ALFRED LAY, JOHN SWETNAM, Bond and aDDroved purchase money. Adm'rs. of the estate of Daniel Lay, dee'd. Favette. December 18th. 1847. 41 3t Executor's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned tias obtained from the Clerk of the County Court ut Howard County, letters of administration, wiih the will annexed, on the estate of Jemima Bohon, dee'd., bearing date November 6th, 1847. All per sons indebted to said estate, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against it, to present them, properly authenticated, within one year from the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from having any benefit of said estate, and if not presented within three years, they will be forever barred. GERARD ROBINSON, Executor. December 18th, le47. 41 4t Final Settlement Notice. NOTICE is hereby given, that I will apply to the County court of Howard county, at the February Term, for a final settlement of my ad ministration on the estate of Edward Davis, dee'd. JOSEPH D. HARDIN, Administrator or the estate or Edward Davis, dee'd. December 18th, 1847. 41-4t NEW CROP SUGAR. 5 hbds. at Carroll's corner, a cent less than the big squire can afford to sell, 8 cents. Ha! Ha! I went all over town the other day and called at Carroll's up in the country, as Billingsley calls it, and Tound Groceries cheaper than in any other house in Glasgow ain't you town folk ashamed to be undersold by a country store. BIG CUP. CARROLL'S CORNER can beat widower' i row, in every thing but marrying. ANTALOONS If you want cheap pants, call at Carroll's corner, where they can be bcoght for less than britcb cloths among the sav ages. Glasgow, December 4th, IS47. Carroll's corner is invulnerable to the shafts of calumny, come from what quarter it may. It's no oie to try and get the farmers who have tobacco to sell down in the Indian Nation or up to old Robideau's landing, all they want is 4 per hun dred tor their tobacco and the cash, and they can and will buy goods where they can be had the cheapest. Glasgow, December 4th, 1847. 30 TONS best assorted Iron in Glasgow, for sale at Carroll's corner. A fine assortment of Csstingsfor sale at Car roll's corner. Glasgow, Dec. 4th, 1847. LD RYE WHISKEY. 100 barrels, stronger than any ever in Glasgow, and a cent less in the gallon. (Glasgow, December 4th, 1847. STOVES! STOVES! If any body wants wood or coal stoves, call at Carroll's corner, where they can get almost any thing. Administrator's) Sale. BY virtue of an order of the County Court of Howard County, made at the December Term, 1847, I will sell on the 1st day of January next, in Favette, on twelve months credit, the follow log VALUABLE SLAVES, to-wiu Negro man, Jim, aged about 35 yrs. " woman, Mary, i" 22 Harriett," 19 " " Girl, Mary. 14 ' Manda, 6 " " Boy, Booker, " 4 ' Owen, 3 ' belonging to the estate of John W. Bawlings, dee'd. Bond and approved security required for Ibe purchase money. OWEN RAWLINS, idm'r. or the estate or Joo. W. Rawlings, dee'd December 1Kb, 1847. 403t Final Settlement. TVTOTICE is hereby civen that we will apply at i." the February term of the County Court of Howard county, Tor a final aettlement or our ad ministration on the estate of Joel H. Greene, deed. WJSSLEJf 8. GREENE. WILLIAM D. SWINNEY, JOSEPH DAVIS. Executors or the last will and testament of Joel H. Greene, dee'd. December 11th, 1847. 40 4t Slaves for Sale. BY virtue or an order or the County Court or Toward county, made at the December Term, 1847, the undersigned will expose to Public Sale, lor cash, in the town or Roanoke, on the 1st day or January. 1848, two NEGROES, belonging to the estate oi Jesse Urews, deceased, to wit: A negro woman, Phillib, and her child. The woman is about 90 years, and the child about one year old. WM. W. BROOKS, Adra'r. or the estate of Jesse Crews, dee'd December 11th, 1847. 40 3t Final Settlement. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned will snnlvatlha Fnh Court of Howard county, for a final settlement or his administration on the estate or Jos. A. Blackwell, dee'd. JOHN HARRISON, Adm'r. December 11th, 1947. 40 4t Ilroke Jail $30 Reward. TAMES CORNELIUS, confined in the Jail in fJr Fayette, awaiting his trial on a charge or passing counteneit money, made his escape on Sunday last. I will give the above reward tor his apprehension and delivery to me. Hois about 35 years old about 0 fret 1 inch high, stout built and light bair. JAUUH HEADKIUK, bnerin or Howard county, mo. Fayette, Nov. 27th, 1847. 38 4t Executor's Sale. I the undersigned, Executor of the last Will and Testament or Isaac Lowthian, dee'd., and by virtue or an order or the Howard County Court, made at the September term, A. D., 1847, 1 will expose to sale, to the highest and best bidder, be fore the court House door, in the town or Fayette, on the first Monday or Jan uary next, (1843) the following Slaves, belonging to said estate, to-wit: A wo man named Maby, and a girl named Isabella, on a credit of 9 months, by bonu and approved security. JUHJN LUWltllAH, Executor or said Estate. November 6th, 1947. 30 ts. NOTICE. THE undersigned having made arrangements to close their business in this city, and being desirous to close their accounts on or before the 1st dav of January next. ?resnectfullv reauest all those that are indebted to us to come and pay the same, and those that have unsettled accounts, to present them immediately fur adjustment. R. f. nANErNKAMr & Co. P. S. We have disposed of our property and stock or goods to John D. Perry, Esq , who will take possession and continue the same business after the 1st of January next. We take great pleasure in recommending him to our old friends and customers, as worthy of their confidence and patronage in every respect. ft. t'. H AWi.iNh.AJn oi wo. Glasgow, December 4th, 1847. Branch of the Bane of the State of Mo.) Fayette, Nov. 10th, 1847. ( AT a recent meeting of the Board of Directors, the following resolution was adopted, and the Cashier requested to have the same published tor the iniormation ot the public, viz: Resolved, that this board will not meet under any circumstances for the transaction of the ordi nary discount business ot this Branch, except on Wednesday or each ween. willi am j. BUUJN, uashier. Favette, Nov. 13th, 1847. 30 7t Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned has obtained truin the Clerk of the County Court of Howard County, letters of administration on the estate of John Leach, dee'd., bearing date November 17th, 1947. All persons indebted to said estate, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against it, to present them, properly authenticated, within one year from the date of said letters, or they may be pre cluded from having any benefit of said estate, and if not presented within three years, they will be forever barred. PRESLEY LEACH, Adm'r. November 20th, 1847. 37 4t Double Refined Loaf Sugar. 4,000 pds. double refined, flint, 2,000 " " soft; from Lover ing's celebrated Philadelphia refinery. HUGHES, BIRCH Si WARD. Fayette, Nov. 13th, 1847. CARROLL'S CORNER. The largest and best assortment or goods in Glasgow, is at Car roll's corner, and no mistake, he can undersell any one in town. "Why V Because he buys and sells tor cash. Glasgow, December 4ih, 1047. SOMETHING NEW. McNeil & Co., taking counsel from the times, are ever intent on making their business progressive, and on im proving and beautifying their hats. They have this fall introduced a style of trimming at once rich, novel, and of the most palpable utility. It consists or a pocket in the corner or the hat, to hold cigars, gloves, loose papers, or any light articles usual to carry in the hat, and that with out touching the head. This pocket is closed with an elastic cord, and makes a rich and at tractive finish to the bat. Being something new, and so far peculiar to McNeil Si Co., the public are invited to call and examine it. JOHN McNEIL It Co., 23 Market St. St. Louis, Oct. 30th, 1847. MUFFS. The attention of the ladies is so licited to an assortment or the finest light and dark muffs. JOHN McNEIL Si Co. St. Louis, October 30tb, 1847. Piano and Table Covers. VERY superior, all wool, in colors, for sale. HUGHES. BIRCH f- WARD. Fayette, Nov. Ii3h, 1847. Clover Seed. If) Barrels, Ohio clover seed. & HUGHES, BIRCH Si WARD. Fayette, Nov. 13tb, 1847. Java and Rio Cofll-e. ff BAGS, very superior Rio, Oil 20 " old Government Java, Tor sale. HUGHES, BIRCH Si WARD. Nov. 13th, 1847. Tanner's Oil. t fk barrels Tanner's Oil. I U HUGHES. BIRCH Sl WARD. Fayette, Nov. 13th, lb47. Ciround Alum Salt. 400 Sacks, at $2,00 per sack, 100 Liverpool blown, at $2,50, 100 Barrels No. 1 Kanhawa, at 60 ets. HUGHES, BIRCH & WARD. Fayette, Nov. 13th, 1847. A RARE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS! Switzler d; Smith, FAYETTE. MO. T ESPECTFULLY announce to the Inhabitants oi mis ana me adjoining counties that they have just eommenced the sale of their Entire Stock At and under PRIME COST, Consisting or FANCY, STAPLE AND DOMESTIC DRY UOOUS, Boots and Shoes, Hardware and Cutlery, Hats and Caps, Castings, Nails, Groceries, Dye Stuffs, Queensware. China.itc. Which are for sale in such quantities as may suit purcnaser. Also, a desirable lot of SADDLERY, made in town, which will be sold at a great reduction from customary prices. What few goods we hsve out of season, as well as all Rihbons. Artificial Flnuar I ...a. Gloves, Bobbinetts and such matters, will be sold without reference to cost. On brown Domestics, Cotton Yarns, Castings, heavy Boots and Shoes, groceries, nans, Axes and common Queensware, we add expense of transportation onlv. all othpr goods, positively AT AND UNDER INVOICE COST. The nartnershin herafnfnrA aviatim. luiwaan the undersigned will exnirn hum, it, ml mn.Dni early in the ensuing year, and as the Junior partner will commence the spring business with an entirely new stock, the whole of our goods, io me iati aunar s worth, roust and will be posi tively sold this winter; and as our stock is large and remarkably well assorted. n nnit n nnnn.. tunity for buying baragins has never presented iic-ii in r ayeue. Kespectfully tendering the most grateful ac knowledgments to our numerous iMiRtmnpra fnr past favors, we inviti them and the public at large to an examination of our stock and present prices. S WIZT.ER SMITH. Fayette, December 11th, 1947. On a rapid March For Sale without reserve at and under Prime Cost, AN extensive and general assortment of Goods, comprising Blankets, Ginghams, Cloths, Sattinetts, Shawls, Overcoatings, Irish Linens, Flannels, Cassimeres, Jeans, Handkerchiefs, Vestings, Worsted Comforts, Lawns, Diapers, Cravats, Bro. and blea. domestics, Towellings, Knit Drawers, Alpaccas, Bombazines, Cashmeres, Satins, Muslin De Lames, Velvets, Drillings, Lindseys, Bed Tickings, Apron Checks. Cambrics, Jacconetts, Swiss Muslins, Alull Muslins, tulle s, Bareges, Corded Skirts, Bobbinetts, Parleton Muslins, Muslin, Lisle and thread Edgings and Insertings, Cords and Tassells, Cost cords, Ho tent Mcirts, Russia Sheetings, Cotton Yarns, Crapes, Silks, Parasols, Spool thread, Candlewicks, Col'd cambrics. Sewing Silks, Twist, f stent 1 breads. Combs, Brushes, Hosiery, Gloves, Needles, Pins, Corset Laces, Knitting Needles, Corset Kings, Buttons, suspenders, Sic., &c, Wiih many other articles or Dry Goods and trim mings too numerous to mention in an advertise ment. Also, a general assortment or HA RD WARE AND CUTLERY, Nails, Pocket and pen knives, Shovels, Spades, Axes, Grubbing hoes, Weeding boes, Chisels, Augurs, Files, Knives and Forks, Spoons, Door, chest, Trunk and pad locks, Sad Irons, Shovels and Tongs, Andirons, Screws, Tacks, hinges, Shoe hammers, Shoe pincers, Bells, Drawing Knives, Hatchets, Gimblets, Butcher Knives, Shoe Knives, Waffle Irons, Tea Kettles, Long and short handle frying pant. Trace, Log and Fifth chains, Cowhides, Wool and cotton cards, Butter knives, curry combs and horse cards, Scissors, Bt idle bitts and buckles, c., Sic, A good supply of Queensware, t itties and uianes, Wash Bowls and Pitchers, ' China, Granite and common cups and saucers, Pitchers, Bowls, Tea Pots, Sugar Bowls, Coffee Mills, from cheapest to very best. &c. Also, a very superior lot of Coarse, call and dip Boots, Coarse and Kip Shoes, Boys', Misses and Children's Shoes, Kid and Patent Leather Slippers, etc.. &c. Hats and Caps, Broad brim and fashionable Russia hats, A few extra fine satin Beaver bats, Common Fur and superior Wool hats, Cluth, Fur and Glazed hats, none of which are above invoice cost and a portion so low tbat they are all but Given away.'.'.' We have also a good supply of Groceries. N. O. Loaf and crushed Sugars, A No. 1 Rio and Java coffee, Vinegar, Molasses. Tar, Mackerel, Fine sale, Table salt, Saleratus, Allspice, Ginger, Nutmegs, Mustard, Cream Tartar, .Camphor, Epsom Salts, Castor oil. Ink. Writing paper, Window glass and putty. Spanish brown, Logwood, indigo and Ataiider, Candles and Soap, Tubs, Knife Bricks, Alum, copperas. Brooms, Buckets, Lard oil, die., $"C. Sole and Upper Leather, Country Jeans and Lindsey, Flax and cotton Linen, Woolen Socks and Gloves, Half Buahel Measure for 35c., Stone Ware (all sorts aud sizes,) Assorted castings, Sic, &c, die. The prices of which are all very largely below their intrinsic value. 03-A large lot or FEATHERS for sale at 17c. per pound. SWITZLER cj- SMITH. Fayette, December 11th, 1947. Sugar House Molasses. ()A Barrels, very superior. i3 HUGHES. BIRCH WARD. Fayette, Nov. ISih, 1847. Juniata Nails. A large stock of 4's, 6's, 8's and 10's. HVGHES, BIRCH H'.4JIX. Nov. 13tb, 1847. To Blacksmiths. OUR Stock of Iron and Steel is more perfect than ever before, and embraces over 60 tons, well assorted. Also, Anvils, Vices, Bellows, Screw Plates, Eliptie Springs, tc. HUGHES, BIRCH WARD. Fayette, Nov. 13th, 1647. THE GREAT POPULAR MEDICINE OF THE DAY. Vast amount used per month The numerous and Wonderful Cures it effects Its Magical eject upon Billions Fe vers, and Fever and Ague Great Excitement among the Doctors ! ! '"IHE Indian Queen Veuetable Sugar Coated JL Pills are now admitted, on all hands, to be the most extraordinary and valuable medicine in general use. It not only acts as a specific upon Hia U, I 'l'..t e rti.nl j r-. ... viiiiuu, iuu i)puu. rcvera, iiiniainu rever, and Fever and Ague of the west and south, bul in all diseases of debility, weak stomach, indi gestion, loss of BDoetite. impurity of the blond. and all diseases prevalent in a western and south ern climate. Their great power consists in their peculiar effect upon all the organs of the system, and the rapid formation of iiw and rich blood, which they produce. In this lies the great secret of their success. They are mild and pleasant in their action, but searching and oermanent in their effect; penetrating the remotest recesses of the system by their ready absorption intu the blood. merepy, miusing a new supply or vitality and nervous power into all the machinery of life. The extensive popularity they have acquired all over me west ana south ensures sales ot at least 50,000 Boxes Per Month, And we find it difficult, with our larre force of nanus mm me jaie improvements in machinery which we have adopted, to manufacture them fast enough to aupply the demand in thirteen western and southern Statesl One large manufactory is constantly engaged in preparing the various con centrated extracts of which they are composed From the best information we can obtain from our 8,000 selling agent, and hosts of attentive cor i j- , . . . . . respondents in all ports or the country, our medi cine cures, per month, not less than ld,uuu cases of Fever and Ague, one thousand of which nave resisted all other treatment; 4,500 cases of Billious Fever; 5,300 do weakness and general debility; 2,500 do various Chronic diseases; 2,000 do weak stomach and loss of appetite; 8(10 do Dyspepsia; 1.200 do Rheumatism; 1,000 do Female Complaints; 1,200 do Ague Cake or enlarged Spleen; 1,500 do' Liver Complaint; 500 do Scarlet Fever; 400 do Thyphus Fever; 300 do Putrid Sore Throat. This must appear almost incredible, but the nu- merous letters from physicians, agents, and those who use the medicine, from ail the western and southern States, satisfy us that this is a moderate estimate, and that our medicine is rapidly taking uie piace oi me various sugar-coated counter feits which are afloat, and the numerous tonic mixtures, made wholly of quinine, which are im posed upon the public, manufacturers who live, nobody knows where! Dr. Braid's famous Sugar Coated Indian Queen Vegetable Pills are of two kind ih rifc.,i; and Tonic. The Tonic pills ere peculiarly adapted io mo quicK ana permanent cure ot Kever and Ague, torpor of the Liver, and general debility. It is in Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, Jfc.,tliat they achieve their greatest triumphs. It rarely requires over twelve hours, or more than half m box of the tonic pills, to break the chills and effVct a permanent cure which is rarely the case with the tonic mixtures of quinine, hawked about the country by ignorant pretenders. Those who take tne tonic puis once, will never forsake them. Who can wonder, that a medicine of such ex tensive popularity and extraordinary virtues should cause Great Excitement among the JJJoctors: The prejudices of physicians against their use are at last civini; way to the play of reason, aud convictions of evcry-day experience which they uerive irom uieir patients ana mends who use them. Doctors arenow almost every dav sendin? or ders from every part of the country for a supply wi uicrc puis w ums in laeir practice. Here isoueallthe way from the State of Mis sissippi, just received. Let Doctors and the sick look to it, and hasten to procure a supply or this nuuut'riut i uinc: Beach Grove, Titpah Co., Miss.,) July 19th. 1847. To Dr. Bragg, St. Louit. Mo : Dear Sir I have to inform vou that I have used ail our Tunic Fills, and therefore pray you to send me another supply immediately, as there is much fever and ague within the bounds of my practice, and I hardly know how to satisfy anil cure my patients without them. 1 have thoroughly tested your tonic pills in mv practice thro' this country, not only in chills and fever, but in real typhoid fever, end have met with such success from their use that I now find myself at a great loss to get along without them. I consider them a great blessing to tt.e people of the West and South, and I am satisfied that they are important in the cure of more diseases than you recommend them tor. Don t tail to forward me a supply by mail, as quickly as possible, directed as above. Very respecttully, yours, JAMES HODGES, M. D. For sale at !wholesale and retail at the Family Medicine Store of Dr. E. EASTERLY, No. 70 Chesnut street, St. Louis, between Third and Fourth streets, nearly opposite the Post-Otfice. Also by Wm. K. bNELsoN, r svelte; O. Hender son, Glasgow; J. W. White. Roanoke; James C. Ko8s; Taylor & Samuel, Hunt-mile; wm. Uf- ton, Mt. Airy; Wm. H. Guerinj Wilax Si Broth er, bmtihland; John 1.. Noun and S. F. Asiicom. November 0th, 1847. 25 3m. Pure old Liquors. WE have in store, one hundred barrels of Cincinnati A. Whiskey, all of Breese's make, which has been in our warehouse nearly two years, and entirely superior to any in upper Missouri. Also, 10 barrels Monongahela, 10 ' French Brandy, 5 " Gin, 2 " Old Peach Brandy. HUGHES. BIRCH $ WARD. Fayette, Nov. 13th, 1447. Final Settlement. VTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned L 1 will apply at the January term of the County Court of Howard county, for a final settlement or their administration on the estate or Jeremiah Rucker, Sr., dee'd. JEREMIAH RUCKER.) ., . SAMUEL PEARSON. AUm r' October 0th, 117. 31 4t IDUhE WINE AND BRANDY. We have, on . tap. strictly pure Wine and Brandy, from which families can be supplied. HUGHES, BIRCH Si WARD. Fayette, October 30th, 1847. Wiifter Garments. SILK, Merino, snd Cotton under Shirts, and Drawers, fur ladies and gentlemen's wear. HUGHES, BIRCH .J- WARD. Fayette, October 10th, 1847. Sea Otter Caps. ff A SeaOlter Caps, latest pattern, and as fine A x as any in America. HUGHES, BIRCH J- WARD. Fayette, October 10th, 1847. TTATS AND CAPS. ir any body wants Hats 11 or Caps cheap, cail at Carroll's corner, where they can get them at hair price, but not on lbs credit system? Glasgow, Detcuibf r 4th, '47. New Fall and Winter Goods. I. RIDDLES BAROER. JOHN D. FERRY, J. Itiridlesbargcr fc Co., Are now receiving a very large and complete iuck or FOREIGN A ND D OMES TIC DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, CHINA $ GLASSWARE, IRON, NAILS, CASTINGS AND SALT, GROCERIES AND DYE STUFFS, COTTON YARNS, HATS, CAPS AND BONNETS, BOOTS AND SHOES, $c., To which we invite the attention or our friends and the public generally. Our goods were pur chased in the Eastern Cities carefully, anil under the most advantageous circumstances; we are, therefure, prepared to sell them as low as goods ore selling in this market. Our stock is very complete in variety and quality, and consists in part as follows: Black French and English wool dyed cloths, Blue, brown, invisible green, gray and steel mixed cloths, Black and blue beaver cloth, for over coats, Black French and fancy rnssimeres, Sattinetts and Kentucky Jeans, of all colors, Cut velvet, satin and fancy vesting. Red, white, green and yellow flannels, Blankets and over coatings, ic. &c. We have also a very extensive and rich asort mcntof LADIES' WEAR, of which the following is a part: Black, blue black and satin striped silks, Rich col'd and plaid silks, French and English cashmeres, Satin striped and plain col'd cashmeres. Lama plaid, Mii-Im de Laincs aud Ginghams, Puris, printed and fancy do. Real and common Alpacas, Black and col'd Popplins, Silk, cashmere and woolen shawl, Silk and spun silk Victoria plaids, New style needle worked collars and capes, Prints in great variety and quality, Silk and linen pocket hdkfs., Edgings, Laces, mitts, gloves, cambric, checks, muslins, jat:onett. table cloths, veils, fringes, woolen shirts, chil dren's nett coats, children's and women's hoods, woolen comforts and cravats, bed tickings, check whirling, candle wick, batting, j-c, df-c. For which we will take in exrhange: Linsevs. Jeans, Flannels, Flax-seed, Dried Apples a'nd Peaches, &c, &e. J. rjDDI.ESBARGER Si Co. Fayette, October 16, 1947. IVcw Concern and NEW tiOODS. rIHE undersigned would respectfully inform JL the citizens of Fayette nnd vicinity, that lit is now receiving, at the i-IJ stand if D. W. Hickman, a very full and deirab'e Stock of Goods, direct from New York and Philadelphia, embracing every arfclc usually called for or desired in this market. His Goods arc Fresh, and of the Latct Styles, and being a little late in the market, they will be sold at prices, which, for lowness, have never been exceeded in this place. A call, b 'fore pur chasing elsewhere, is all that is asked, feeling confident that when the Goods ares'n, and prices known, purchases WILL FOLLOW! Jeans, Linsey, Jj-c, taken in exchange, ut the highest market prices. OrPuECHASEHS will make movey bv calling. JAMES B. O'TOOLE. Fayette, October 30th, 1847. New Arrangement. THE undesigned have recently established a line of four horse post Coaches, fro:n Glas gow to Fulton, leaving Glasgow Monday. Wed nesday and Friday, of each week, at 3 uVkt, A M.t and arriving at Fu'ton , 7 o'clock, P, M , same day. Leaving Fulton 7 o'clock, A. 21., and arri ving in St. Louis 12 P. M., next day: time from Glasgow to St. Louis, 2J days; fare, "i,0U; trav elling expenses, $'2,00. Passengers taking this line, will receive a nil! night's sleep at Fulton. The Coaches on said routo are all new, Troy built, and the stock i- good. Passengers may rest assured of no deten tion on this route. FROST, PRICE & Co, Proprietors. D. F. Huntington, Agent. Fayette, September 25th, 1847. 29 3m. Ladies Dress floods. JUST received, and now opening, a very su perior lot of Ladies Dress Goods, new und beautiful styles, viz: Alpaccus. black, plain and fig'd, Printed Cashmeres, new and beautiful. Silks, black and fancy, On la Pluids, Domestic and French Ginghams, Swiss Muslins, Fancy Prints, new style, Colored Cambrics, Barred Muslins, Plain Jaconett and Cambrics, Mouslin Da Laines, &e., &c, to which the attention of the Ladies is particularly invited. J A M L5 13. U'aUULJS. Fayette, October 30th, 147. CLOTHS fur over-coats, all colors and qualities, Mackinaw bed blankets, Pantaloon stuns, A great variety of cloths, for sale very low by JAMES B. O'TOOLE. Fayette, October 30th, 13-17. liroceries. N. O. Sugar, Rio aud Laguira CofTcc, Fresh Teas, Molasses, Pepper, Allspice and Salcralus, Whiskey, Tallow and Star Candles, Indigo, Madder and Alum, Ginger. Powder, Lead, Shot, Tobacco, dj-c, ike., for sale by JAMES B. O'TOOLE. Fayetle, October 30ih, 117. Hardware and Cutler'. Collins' Axes, Trace and Log Chains, Hinges and Screws, Locks and Latches, CufTee Mills, Waiters, Knives and Forks, Hammers, Penknives and Scissors, Razors and Strops, with most all oriicies'in this line, for sale low by JAMES B. O'TOOLE." Fuyettc, Octouer 20th, 1817. Roots and Shoes. A large stock of Boots and shoes, of every XX quality, very low, bv JAMES B. O'TOOLE. Fayette, October 30th, 1547. Staple Goods. Brown and bleached domestics, Drillings, Tickings, Diaper, Crash, Irish Lineus and Long Lawns, Flannels, all colors, Spotted do., Ky. Jesns, rol'd Linev, c , forsaloby JAMES B. OTOOLE. Fayette, October 80th, 147. CHEAP CASH STORE. NEW GOODS. rl REENABAUM, FISTE f Co., respectfully I- iltfiirm (la .ili.nn. ,.f ll.,u fl1 f pllf.n . Randolph and Boone counties, that they are open ing at R. II Law's old ttuml, one of the lare-st ,,,u -v .j.ui icu ,-wi.n VI 'Jijuii,, COI rai,r,;,j m the public, and are determined to sell cheaper than nny other houe, and respectfully solicit a call to examine for yourselves. Our stock consists ill pun ui Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Blue, black, brown and green cloths, Fani"y cassimeres, London und American prints. Cashmeres, De Laines and silks, Alpoccas and Ginghams, Swiss, mull am) Jacconett muslin, While, red and yellow flannel, Jenns from 25 to 7' cts. per yard, Blue, green and white blankets. Beaver and Pilot overcoating, Bleached and brow n domestics, A fine assortment of vestings, Large assortment of ready made clothing, Boots ond shoe, Brown bollard, pins, needles and cotton yarns. One piece fine carpet. Ten barrels Mackerel, Siiffnr. rnltl-n. iil'"lrto t.n jf. Forming on the whole, a very full an'd general as sortment, which Will hr .,,1,1 I'.-h ... A.-..l .... " iw. Ul U.IVU Apjj js, Jeans or Linev. GREENAB.VUM, TISTE Si Co. Fayette, October 9i.li. 1S47. A a i tiiio"iv. icemedi'! The Invalid's Brsl Friend!! IT is confidently as,vted that there never was a medicine which has given such uniform aud universal sat,isfilctjorll u3 WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS. They l;ve stood the severest trials, by curing1 when all other rcnedie, failed, ond have establish ed a reputation in the face of the envious slanders which have been raised aguinst them. Let it be borne in uiiud that Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills are NO CATCH-rEXXV REMEDY, the offspring of the hour, destined to pass away with it. and he forgotten, but a medicine of ster ling value. Its reputation is not built uuon an isolated cure, ilfi-oteil under circumstances in which the fmth of the imagination hud quite lis much in do with it, as the iictivity of the remedy itself. v light's Inilian epetable Pills l iv a rluim to n al worth, founded on the honj'st and willing tes- t miny ot THOUSANDS AND TEN'S OF THOUSANDS, throughout the length and breid'li of the land. StT.ING, SUMMEi:, FALL AND WINTE?., Each produce, bv Iheir variations of tcmneralure. peculiar triVi:' upon 'he hum-in body. Tee heat exp-imls, and the cold con'recti the volu:ns of thu circulating fluid, and when changes take p'aca smcciiiy. the r:t'cts nre open seri'ius. Wrights Indian Vegetable fills counteract the evil influ ence of sudilen cl.aug.js, by purilj ing tlie blood, and keeping the stomach and hj.ic!s ia a niitural and healthful condition . FOR FEVER AND AGUE, That scourgo nf iu We-t, Wright's Indian Vege table Pills Miiiid unrivalled. An instance ha never come to our knowledge of thee Pills having been taken, wit!) nit clfccliiig a comnletecure. In Chill and Fever liver nnd Lilury functions are chiefly disordered, superinduced ty great physical debil ity. When tlie symptoms first appear, no tuna should bs lost before resorting to these Pills. A few dust s w ill give such man i ft st relief that no persuasion will be necessary to continue the use of them. FOP. DYSPEPSIA, Wright's Indian Ve'ctoMo Pills will bp found very superior. In ihis disease, tlie gastric juice is weak unJ i!t licit nt. in iiuuiity, Cor.stquei.tlv, the dic,c-tion j. i,njj( riV'ft and the health impaired. these Puis ren.oMi n.e bile Irom the stomach, re st ire its tone, biiil improve the digestion. FOR JAUNDICE. Wright's Indian Wgetuble PilU are equally well adapted to the removal of this complaint. As thev operate noon the one gi uerui ond uniform principle, of cle-iusiiig the stoninch and bowels, purifving thy blood, vr.d roct;, ing tl.e secretions, they remove the i:Vsi cf Jaundice, and of all other dwr.ii r-. GKEAT FEMALE MEDICINE ! It woi l.l be ditl'.ci.lt t.r"cic!v to tell to which of the two sexes Wri;;!:'s ndiun Vegetable Pills have hern the gnrae-t b!eing. Bit it is very certain lint those 1'iii have given health and spirits, and a good cr.'iiplexion. to hundreds of fe males', who would, without them, have been in their graves. A box of Wright's Indian Vegeta ns Pills is mi incciimublu medical companion at certain periods. VALUABLE ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE! The eensutions uroonranving liver co.r.olaint are of the inot wretched descriu'iuu. Habitual drunkenness is frequently brought on by liver complaint. A patient sutl'erin; from this dis ease, should not be mocked with pretended cures; yet there are very few medicines that arc worth a straw in the removal of this complaint. Calo mel has hitherto been tlie chief reliance, but the remedy hes proved it-elf worse than the disease! hat then shall he cone! V e say, give Wright's Indian Vegetable Fills a trial. If they do not exceed your exu ltations, we ure willing tobeor all the opprobrium of failure. Aud we say to all ilir.M. There is no rik run no nuney thrown away you arc certain tt benent. U.li UK1J MUIIE. When yon have found that Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills ars a "leetlu" the best medicine you ever heard of, stick to tiicm! Don't run after ivery upstart Remedy, which attempts tu bluster itself into notoriety. Above all, BEWARE UF IMITATIONS of Wright's Indian ve"tahle Pills. Previous to the introduction of this Medicuie, Indian PiliS were never heard of. Now what hosts of thvml And alter all, what are they, but miserabla imi tations of the original medicine; no more like it, than chalk is like cheese! One man advertises, Improved" Indian Vegetable Fills. This wuuld be a capful joke, if it were less serious. Beware of all such. Ac.ents in IIcnvAr.n Countv. Switzler Si Shi hi, Fayette; D. C. CiuMrtoN, Ciiampion'e Mill; J. B. Carrol & Co.. Glasgow. Chakitom Countv. Felix Redding, Keytes ville; M. T. Atkins, Brunswick. (7-Otfices devoted exclusively to the sale of Whioiit's IntiUn Vf.'ietale Tills, wholesale and retail, lo'J Race Sircet, Flulado'phla; S:J Greenwich Street, New-York; and liH Tremont Street, Bjslon. pc'"b" I8 '', l-47. rn S. NOUKSE, No. "ii Main street. St. Louis. Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds tin's and Laps, at v. Iimosale and retail. NoUKsii'e Hts A few days since we strolled through the extensive hat and cap manufactory of our friend Noursc, at No. 7v! Main street, und were surprised at the extensive arrangements for manufacturing which Mr. N. has in operation. We knew that ti e liats manufactured in the estab lishment were elegant in form aud finish, but had never before any idea of the inuker's method for imparling to tlietn so fine a polish and so fadeless a jet. There is a style, altogether, about the fin ish ot Lis hats wlncli must make them generally popular. His assortment and slock is unsurpassed in this market, aud country dealers should note down his locality -thoy will profit by calling on Unn.Elitort Kerei!',). J TRAVELING TRUNKS. A fine assortment for sale at Carroll's Corner.