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tO St. Acbkrt it the name of a new
lovmjiist surveyed, at a placo called
Young'a Landing, Calloway county. We
learn from in position, being the receiving
and forwarding point for the merchandise
and produce of that county, as well as a
part of Audrain, that it must become a
placo of considerable business. Our towns
man, Louis Robiou, Esq., it interested in
it.
THANKSGIVING.
To-day is the day appointed by tho Gov
ernor, to be observed as a day of Thanks
giving, by the l'eoplo of Missouri.
ID" Lady's Book" for December. This
gem of periodicals has already been re
ceived, filled to overflowing with articles
from the most gifted pens, and embellished
with a perfect gallery of splendid engra
vings, independent of the fashions. The
portrait of "Grace Greenwood," one of
the most gifted and charming writers of
the age, is alone worth the subscription.
Every number contains 72 pages read
ing matter, three steel engravings, colored
fashion plates, music on tinted paper,
and from ten to fifteen engravings on
wood, illustrative of some useful female
accomplishment.
Terms One copy of the Book, and the
Lady's Dollar Newspaper, (the best lady's
paper in the country.) one year for 83;
two copies of the Book, including a set of
plates, one year for $5; five copies (or 810,
together with a copy for tho person send
ing the money, with plates for each &c.
We adviso our lady friends to send their
orders so as to begin with the January num
ber, the beginning of a volume and a year.
It it thejjest Magazine in tho country. -
Locwocohm. Some low-lived locofoco
scoundrel, during the procession on Mon
day night, threw a stone at the flag which
was carried at the head of the pjoccssion,
but did not materially injure it. This flag
had on it the " stars and strips" of our coun
try! it belonged to the " Glasgow Guards"
is a beautiful piece of workmanship, and
mas presented to them by the Ladies of
the place: even if the sacredness of the
"stars and stripes'' were no protection,
against the fell spirit of locofocoism, the
thought of the fair hands that wrought it,
should have stayed the ruffian and coward
ly assault. , n , '
Tt fiTHue 16" thTmorc respectable por
tion of our opponents, to say, that they
conducted themselves very properly ma
ny of them marched in the procession, and
were present at the speaking, while others
lighted their houses: and for those drun
ken rowdies, who had to be driven from
the door of the speaking, and the coward
ly scamps who threw stones at the proces
sion, entertained and expressed as much
disgus'. and contempt, as those more imme
diately interested.
OCT" The Metropolitan will be published
tri-weekly during the session of the Mis
souri Legislature. For one copy SI; three
do. 82; five do. 83.
fO" Tho Missouri Annual Conference
which lately sat at Weston, passed tho fol
lowing important resolution: "that we view
with pleasure and delight, the standard
raised against and the exertions that are
made by the various Divisions of the Sons
of Temperance, for suppressing tho use of
alcoholic drinks as a bevcrogo in the Uni
ltd States."
Warsaw, Mo., contains a population of
560.
Solomon J. Lowe, Loco, is no doubt
elected to the Senate from the Benton Sen
atorial district, to fill the vacancy occa
sioned by the resignation of Gen. Shields
OMIon. James M. Hughes, a distin
guished member ot the locotoco party, has
removed from Clay county, to St. Louis.
flCpDid ho change his residence to get an
office under Cass?
Notice to the Public Persons wanting gen
uine nouular Famitv Medicines, are advised to go
to Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine Store, corner of
Third arid Chesnut streets. M. LOUIS, J'io., wnere
ihev can find almost every Popular Family Medi
cine that is manufactured in the United States,
wholesale and retail, at the cheapest rates; or call
oo his agent, Dr. Wm. R. Snelson, Fayette, who
keeps them for sale.
QfRead his advertisements in another column.
MARRIED On tho evening of the 0th inst..
ty Rev. James Dyssrt, Mr. RICHARD BARNES
to Miss MARANDA ADAMS, daughter of the
Ule Wilson Adams, all of Chariton county.
DIED. In Randolph County, on the 20lh in
stant, Mr. GEORGE B. DAMERON, Sr., an old
nd esteemed citizen, aged 79 years.
Commercial.
Office Glasgow Weekly Times,)
.Vovetnier 23, 1648.
We have ho changes to note in our table
this week, and therefore omit it. The river is
quite low. There is but one boat above, and we
notice but two advertised for our river, which will
probaOly be the only ones up this seasoa.
St. Louis, Nov. 17,-1 r. n. .
Receipts light, and business limited. Flour,
torn snd wheat io demand.
0 TnnAc.ro Sales this morning of 6 hhds 1 hhd
Reused 'at l 05t 1 at 1 70; 1 at 2 50; 1 hhd
Passed at 2 60, 1 at 2 70; 1 at 8 65 per 100 lbs.
IlBHf No sales. ,,ftnn .
Lead A sale this morning of 1.000 pigs up
er mines reported at 3 80 per 100 lbs.
' last even tiff of 101 bis. Keokuk
Ki,,.il 05. delivered; 654 bis. Mammoth on
,;.,. terms, and 100 bis. family at 4 30. This
morning I runnel ion t were 1000 bin. 2d brand Ci
tyat4 12J;90 bls.quincy, from Levee, and 250
bis. Burlingioo City, lo arrive, at 4 20, and 102
bis. family at 4 35 per bf I.
Whsat Sales of 2.400 Sacks, Mostly mixed to
good samples, at prices ranging from 08 to 80c,
arks returned, and about 800 aks fair. In lots, at
0a82c, lacks included. We quote 55a80c, as
I he limits for all grades.
Corn The market has an upward tendency.
The stuck on sale this morning was limited and
sales in consequence light. Transactions embraced
700 sacks mixed to pure in second hand and cot
ion sacks at 37aM9V, and 210 sacks pure in gun
nies at 41c, sacks included.
Oats Sales at 24c, sacks included. Tha arti
cle is in demand at reported rates.
Barley Sales of 183 scks fair at 55c, and 02
sacks prime at 09c per bus, sks returned.
Rrooms Sales of about 200 doz common corn
from levee at ft 50 per do.
Provisions No sales of pork or beef. In Lard
small parcels at ftJaS Jc. Of Bacon 1,500 lbs com
mon ribbed sides at 2c; hams 4Jc per lb.
VViiibkev Mnrket dull and prices drooping.
Sales since yesterday of about 120 bbls raw, in
lots, at 13al8c per gallon
Salt Ligt sales of G. A. from Levee at 1 70c
per sack. Kanawha is selling at 40c per bushel.
Freights to New Orleans a shade lower, say
Lead 18c, Lard 22a23c, Bacon 25a27c, Oats,
Bran, &c, 271a28c per 100 lbs., Wheat 13Jc,
Corn, 12 Jo per bus. fee. Era.
New York, Nov. 17th, 12 m.
Flour There is a steady trade demand for
Flour, hut largo soles cannot be effected except at
a decline from previous quotations.
Wheat there tsa good inquiry for milling pur
poses. Sales of 3500 bnshels prime whitest lit 25
aftl 27, and 3000 bushels Ohio at 1 13a&l 15,
Corn there is a good deal doing in Corn and
prices are advancing. Sales of 30,000 bushels
prime yellow at 62a75, and of western Cora via
Orleans, at 67c.
Pork rhe market is firm and puces have an
upward tendency.
Beef The market isimproving. Sales of mess
at $9 50aJ10 25; of prime Beef at $") 25i$5 62 J
pel hbl.
Bacon Sales of common hams at 7a7J'5 per lb.
No change in monetary affairs. The ban ks are
discounting to a fair extent.
Lead and Hemp The market quiet and un
changed. Tlllf Bl R .11, Nov. 17, 12 M.
There is 0 feet 2 inches water in tho channel,
and falling. The weather cloudy and appearance
of rain,
CrNCXNNATI, Nov. 17, 12 M.
The river has risen five inches since last report
and still rising.
Flour The market is firm with good home de
mand and some shipping enquiry. Sales at 3 75
a3 8l.
Sales of SJOOO head ot Hogs at $3 25a$3 31
per 100 lbs. The demand is fair and prices firm.
Whiskey Demand is fair and prices have ad
vanced. Sales at 16al6tc per gallon.
rtjHE undersigned would inform tho public that
J. he will attend to paving Taxes for non-resi
dents nn lands in Randolph County, Mo.; and will
attend to the collection of all claims in the Ran
dolph County Court, against the estates of deceas
ed persons; and will also act as General Agent
lor all who entrust business to his care. Letters
should be post-paid to insure attention.
TcKKV BRADLEY.
Huntsville, Mo., Nov. 23, 1949.
Administrator's Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has obtained from the Clerk of the County
Courtof Howard County, letters of administration
on the estate of William Green, dee'd, bearing
date Nov. 10th, 1848. 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 dite of said letters, or they may be pre
cluded from having any benefit of said estate, and
it not presented within three years, they will be
forever barred.
SQUIRE GREENJ . ...
JOHN HARVEY, i Adm
Nov. 23, 1948 38w3
Administrator's Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons concern
ed or interested in the estate of Frances Belcher.
deceased, late of Chariton County, that I shall
present a petition to the next regular term of the
County Court of Chariton County, to be begun and
held in the town of Keytesville, on the first Mon
day in February 1840, next, on the third day of
said term, for an order to sell the slaves belonging
to satu estate. Tor the purpose or making distribu
tion with the heirs of said estate.
JAMES WALLACE, Adm'r.
November 23, 1948. 38 8w.
JOHN R. CARSON,
Manufacturer of Tin-ware,
Glasgow, Mo.
Is at all times prepared to do sll businesi in his
line, on as favorable terms as can be done in ot.
Louis, or any other place in the State.
He keeps on hartd a full supply of all articles
usually found in a tin-shop, and is at alt times
retdy to fill order from merchants ar others,
without delay.
Guttering, plain and ornamental, made and put
up to order. Repairing of all kinds including
Cook stove fixtures, done at the shortest notice.
ALL WOUK WARRANTED.
A call from persons visiting Glasgow, is res
pectfully solicited.
(gj- Old Copper, Tewter, and Brass, taken in ex
change for work.
G lasgow, Nov 16, 1949 ly.
Administrator's Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has obtained from the Clerk of the County Court
of Linn County, letters of administration, on the
estate of Andrew J. Baker, dee'd, bearing date Oc
tober 10. 1849. All persons indebted lo said es
tate, 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.
B. M. BAKEK, Adm'r.
Nov, 16. 1949.
Administrators' Notice.
Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned
has obtained from the Clerk of the County Court
of Linn County, letters of administration, on the
estate of Michael CStuttlebean deceased, bearing
date, Oct. 30, 1848. All persons having claims
against said estate, are hereby notmed to present
the same legally authenticated for allowance,
withiu one year from the date of said letters, or
thev mav be precluded from any benefit of said
estate, and if such claims are not presented with
in three years, they will be forever barred.
- ti . n 1 ir-il . 1 ,
D. ui. DAO.ua, Auin r.
Nov. 16, 1348.
Teacher Wanted.
A good teacher wanted to take charge of a Dis
trict School, in Prairie Towhship, Howard
County. None need apply unless well qualified.
Apply to jAiivouii iiivjcvr, ur
lirir r ( . u ipunil
W11.UIA1U inuiuaa,
Nov. 16, 1848. 37 3t.
Negroes for Sale.
A likely negro woman, about 23 years
old, and her two children, are offered for
sale. For further particulars enquire
at this office. '
Nov. 16. 1948. 7 3t.
WILL be sold lo the highest bidder, on the
premises, on the 25ih of December next, the tract
of land On which the late William Smith lived;
known as the Southland tract, containing about
820 acres, on the road from Glasgow arid Fayette
to Paris. One fourth to be paid in hand, and the
balance la three equal annual instalments.
Anjr gentleman wishing to purchase a good
country residence, would do well to examine this
tract; the soil is good; has about 3 or 400 acres
under good fence. The buildings all roomy and
commodious, there is in abundance of timber iahd,
and it all lies convenient to the grand prairie, and
has an abundant supply of stock water, with a
never failing well in the yard.
There will also be sold at the same time five
negroes, all in the prime of life, (to wit:) 3 men,
one boy, about 15, and a girl about 18 (years of
age. Tho particular terms of sale will be made
known on the day of sale.
JOEL SMITH.
JOHN J. ALLEtt.
Executon of the Ettate of Wm. Smith, dec'i.
Nov. 10, 1849 30 ts.
CAPS,
HATS, SHIRTS, &e., A FRESH ARRI
VAL.
XHE Steamer "Lake of the Woods," brought
up for me, a long expected, bul very desira
ble lot of goods, purchased at New York, and
consisting in the following articles:
1 Case Rough and Ready Campaign Hats
1 41 " " Presidentiala
1 Extra size Beaver Hats from 7 3-9 to 7j
J doz. Super Fine Otter Caps
" " " Fisher do
0 " of Muskrat and Raccoon Caps
2 of Cloth Caps
1 ' extra quality Black Wool Hats
1 " boys fancy and plain ,Vool Hats
And for Gentlemen, who wish to appear in a de
cent style on a certain occasion, but chiefly for the
good Whigs, celebrating tho great victory, which
tney nave lougnt ana won, a couple 01 dozen or
really superior L. B. Shirts
I doz ol double drawer Buckskin suspeuderr,
something very nice and good.
1 doz of self-adjusting Ulk Satin Stocks
Gentlemen will please call end examine this re
ally very desirable lot of goods.
Nov. 10. CHAS. B FALLENSTEtN.
Winter Konncts!
I have on hand a few green and purpla Satin Bon
nets, bsautifully and fashionably made up. I
shall offer Ihem at a reasonable price. I have al
so on hand, a few patterns only, of Mazarine Blue
and Mode Satin, purple, brown, and white Velvets
for Bonnets, and also suitable tnintnigs. All
those goods are fresh from the City of New York
and the 1 atest styles out.
CHAS. B. r ALLENSTEIN.
Blankets! Blankets!
I am in receipt of a few dozen of cAoce Blan
kets for servants. They are truly of a belter
quality than was ever brought to this market, and
tor sale at a very reasonable price, those wish
ing to purchase will please call.
U11A3. a. t ALLt-iNISlkl.N.
lllcachcd Shirting, Sheeting and
Quilt Lining!
PER Ship Soldanfrom Boston, I have received
direct from the manufacturers of this city, a
lot of choice bleached goods, comprising all the
different grades, which is called for. 1 have
marked them (Jotvn about right, and I have no
doubt prices and quality will suit.
CliAS. a. r ALLLNS I tulN.
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
Dr. Upham's Vegetable Electuary, or Internal
REM ED Y FOR THE PILES, Triumphant!
50,000 cast j Cured in the past year.
07-Thia Medicine is warranted to cure all cases
of piles, either bleeding or blind, internal or ex
ternal, and all inflamatory diseases found in con.
junction with the Piles ruch as
Chronic Vysenlary, Weakness and Inflammation
of the Spine,
fulling of the bowels, womb, Slc, that females
particularly are subject to, under peculiar circum
stances; fur which many certificates could be giv
en of speedy and effectual cures but delicacy fur
bids their publication.
Severe and Habitual Cosliveness,
Flow of blood to the head, Dispepsia, Ulcerations,
Fistulas, Inflammation of the Stomach, find a
speedy cure in Dr. Upham's Electuary. It is an
internal remedy, and cures by its action on the
bowels and blood, the relaxed state, which is the
cause of the above named diseases.
Universal Commendation.
From every city, town and village, where Dr.
Upham's Vegetable Pile Electuary has been intro
duced, the most gratifying intelligence of its effects
htve been received by the Proprietor. In hundreds
of instances it has triumphed over cases which
were deemed incurable.
Letter of Cspt. G. W. McLean, late of the U. S.
Service, and member of the N. J. Legislature.
Rahway, June 16,1947.
"I have bpen afflicted for years with the Piles,
and have tried without anything like permanent
benefit, almost everything assuming the name of
a remedy. I had, as a matter of course, lost all
confidence in medicine. Under this feeling I was
induced not without reluctance, I confess to use
Upham's Electuary;' and having used it fur about
three weeks, according to tne erections laid down,
I find to tny Utter surprise, as well as satisfaction
that every svmptom of the disease has left me. I
think it duealike lo Dr. Upham and myself to make
this statement. u. .v. IMcLLAW."
Addressed to the agents in Columbia Ga.
Notice. The genuine Electuary has the written
signature thus, ((7-A. Upham, M. D.) The hand
ts also dune with a pen.
Price $1 per box.
For sale by Dr. E. EASTERLY, south-east cor
ner of Third and Chesnut streets, St. Louis, Mo.
Sole agent for the west. Sept. 2, '49.
ffr-Forsale by Dr. W. R. SNELSON, Drug
gist, agent for Fayette; DIGGES & HORSELEY,
li lasgow; and nau. at UL-ivwAr, nncneport.
Dr. IVI crane's Liver Pills,
For the- Cure of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick
Ileadach, and all Bilious Complaints.
The liver is much more frequently the seat of
disease than is generally supposed. It is now gen
erally admitted by Physicians of reputation and
exoerience. that more than one-half of the com
plaints which occi r throughout the great valley 01
the Mississippi, have their seat in a diseased state
of the liver, and that more than three fourths of the
diseases enumerated under the head 0! lonsump
tion, have also their seat in a diseased liver.
Case in St. Louis of one year s standing.
St. Louib. Mo. Mav 5. 1847.
Dr. E. Easterly Sir: I hereby certify that 1
have been afflicted for more than a year, with the
liver complaint, and have applied to different phy
sicians, and all to little or no effect, until I made
use of Dr. McLane's Liver Pills. I am happy to
inform you that I was perfectly cured by the use of
one box. I can therefore, in justice, recommend
others who are troubled with a diseased liver, to
make a trial of these Pills.
Truly yours, ROBERT HALL.
Residence, Fourteenth and Biddle streets.
Individuals suffering with Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsis. Sick Headacb, or any bilious disease, are
earnestly advised to make a trial of Dr. AlcLane
Liver Pills, as they have been prepared by a regu
larly educated Physician, who has had an exten
sive practice and experience in treating the above
complaint. He confidently recommends as being
the very best and most deserving remedy ever pre'
sen led to the notice 01 tne alluded.
Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Dr. E. EASTERLY, south-east cor
ner of Tnird and Cbesnut streets, St. Louis, agent
for lis west. Sept. 2, '48.
OrSold also by Dr. W. R. SNELSON. Drug
gist, agent for Fayette; DIGGES &. HORSLEY,
Glasgow; KNOX c BEEMAN, Ruchoport.
Of Interest to AIL
ALL the following named medicines, which
have gained unbounded popularity, are sold
uy somsiocK q- uroiher, till second street, St.
Louis, (under the Mutiroe House) Dr. W. II.
Snelson, Fayette, and Knox cj- Beeman, Rochport.
to Tna 1. DIPS.
The Genuine Balm of Columbia, for restoring the
Hair.
Long hair Is a glory to woman,," says Paul,
And all feel the truth of the Pious quotation;
Preserve it then, ladies your glory may fall,
Unless you protect it With this prepsration.
If you wish a rich, luxuriant head of hair; free
from dandruff and scurf, do not fail to procure
liie Genuine Balm of Columbia. In cases of
baldnes It will Wore than exceed your expectations.
Many who have lost their hair for twenty years
have had it restored to It Original perfection by
the use of this balm. Ago, state or condition ap
pears to be fib obstacle whatever; it also causes
the fluid to flow with which the delicate hair tubes
is filled, by which means thousands (whose hair
was gray as the Asiatic eagle) have had their hail
restored to their natural color by this invaluable
remedy. In all cases of fever it will be found the
most pleasant wash that can be used. A few ap
plications only are necessary to keep the hiir
from falling out. It strengthens the roots, it ne
ver fails to impart a rich glossy appearance, and
as a perfume for the toilet it Is Unequalled; it holds
three times as much as other miscalled hair res
toratives and is more effectual.
Caution- Never buy it unless you find the
name of Comstock Co , Proprietors, on the
wrapper of each bottle, or you are cheated with a
counterfeit article.
connel's magical pain extractor!
The World's Wonder Pronounced so by all u-Ao
have ever used it.
White Swellings, Inflammation in the bark
weak limbs, tender or sore feet, and all scrofulous
sores are speedily snd permanently cured by Con
nel's Magical Pain Extractor. Affections of the
lungs, ague in the face, breast, tic doloreaux,
chronic sore eyes, blistered surfaces, Slc. It i
equally beneficial in all kinds of inflammatory dis
eases, such ss sore nipples and eyes, sprains,
rheumatism, white swilling snd ulcers, bruises,
burns clullblains, erysipelas, biles, ic, will quick
ly be relieved by the application of this salve.
This remarkable sanative possesses many virtues
never found in any other article. It has the most
perfect power over all pains by fire, positively al
laying the suffering almost immediately noon its
application. If any disbelieve the statements, we
would earnestly invito them to call and examine
the numerous unsolicited certificates of remarka
ble cures wrought by by this salve. It has for
months past been sold upon the following liberal
terms, lo-wit: If the user was not perfectly satis
fied, and even delighted with its effects, and fur-
hermore, if it did not lullv answer our recommen
dations, their money was returned immediately
at their request. On these terms this absolute
hral-all is now sold, and we simply ask if the
public can demand anything more reasonable.
Kind parent keep il constantly on hand, in cases
of accident by fire, life rnoy be lost without it, but
by its use all burns are subject to Us control, un
less the vitals are destroyed.
C'oufion No Tain Extractor can be cenuinc
unless you find the signature of Comstock & Co.
on the wrapper of each box. Beware of counter
feits.
I.ONGLEV'S GKEAT WESTERN INDIAN PANACEA.
1. For colds and feverish feelings and preventing
fevers.
2. For asthma, liver complaint and bilious af
fections.
3. For diarrhceo, indigestion and loss of apctite.
4. For costiveness in females and males, and
nervous complaints.
o. ror stomach affections, dispepsia, piles.
rheumatism, Jcc.
The Ureal Points are, 11 is not bad to take, ne
ver gives Pain and Never leaves one Costive.'.'
For all these things it is warranted unequalled.
and all who do not find it so rnoy return the bottle
and get their money. Comstock Sf Co. proprietors.
DR. SrOIIN 8 SICK HEADACH REMEDY.
Why will you suffer with that distressinir crm-
la int, when a temedy is at hand that will not fai
to cure you J This remedy will effectually detrov
any attack of headache, either nervous or bilious.
It has cured cases of twenty years standing.
MOTHER'S RELIEF INDIAN DISCOVERY.
All expecting to become mothers, and anxi.ous to
avoid the pains, ditrsssand dangers of chi dbear
ing, are earnestly entreated to calm their ears, el
lay their nervousness, and soothe their way by
the use of this most extraordinary vegetable pro
duclion. 1 nose wno win candidly observe its
virtues, must approve of it in their hearts; every
kind and affectiona'e husband will feel it his most
solemn duty to alleviate the distress his wife is
exposed to, by a safe and certain method, which
is, this Mother s Keliet.
Keep Your Feet Dry Remember, to pre
serve health, the feet should be kept dry, and itiat
the Uit of lannin renders leather water-proof and
doubles its durability. Also used for harness and
carriage tops.
KT-All the above articles are sold by Comstock
1$-Brother, CO Second street, t. Louis, and Dr.
Wm. K. ckelsox, rayette.
Moy27, 1949. 11-Om
Dr. McLane's Vermifuge.
The Best Remedy Ever Discovered for Expelling
Worms Jrom Children.
I he symptom! ot the presence or Worms in
Children should be carefully watched by parents
and as soon as there is reason to suspect their ex
istence, every means should be used to expel them
promptly and thoroughly. Dr. McLane s Vermi
fuge is rapidly supplanting all others, in public es
limation. Where it is used it has produced the
best effects, and every family who has used it, say
it is the best tliey have ever seen.
Sumptoms of Worms. Read! Read!!
The countenance is pale and leaden-colored, with
occasional flushes," r a circumscribed spot on one
or both cheeks; the eyes become dull; tho pupils
dilate; an azure semi-c.-rcle runs along the lower
eye-lid; the nose is irritated, swells and sometimes
bleeds; a swelling el the upper hp: occasional
head ach, with humming or throbbing in the ears:
an unusual secretion ot saliva; slimy or furred
tongue; breath very foul, particularly in the morn
ing; appetite variable, sometimes voracious, with
a gnawing sensation of the stomach, at others, en
tirely gone; fleeting pains in the stuinich;
nausea and vomiting; violent pains throughout the
abdumen; bowels irregular, at times costive; stools
slimy, not untrequenlly tinged with blood; belly
swollen hard; urine turbid; respiration occasional
ly difficult, and accompanied by hiccough; cuugli
sometimes dry and convulsive; uneasy and disturb'
ed sleep, with grinding of the teeth; temper varii
ble but frenerallv irritable. &c.
Mother, nurses, parents, guardians, look well
to your children, and if you see any symptoms of
worms, procure Dr. McLane's Vermifuge, because
it is the very best, must deserving, and popular
remedy ever presented to the notice ol the public
Price 25 cents ner bo.
For sale by Dr. E. EASTERLY, at the City
Family Medicine Store, south-east corner of Third
and Chesnut streets, St. Louis, Mo., only agent for
ttie west. rept. a, 'iH
04y-Sold also by, Dr. 'V. R. SNELSON. Drug
gist, agent for Fayette; DIGGES HORSLEY
Glasgow; KNsJX & BEEMAN, Rochepurt.
SCHOOL,
r I THERE are several vacancies in my School
l which may be tilled by application 10 me.
1 will also receive in my lauiily three or tour boar
ders, on accommodating terms,
J. SCOTT.
October 12,1 949 33tf
. -Full Proof Whiskey
r pHE subscribers are sole a gents, in tnis place.
J- J 'he of all lbs WHISKEY manure
tured by Cooper & Sons, The stock from which
this liquor is manufactured will be at all times
pure-the proof full-and it is intended to give
entire satisfaction to consumers. There will al
ways be a large quantity on hand, and the sales
will be by the ba rrel, only for cashat twenty
cents per gallon, throughout the winter.
llL'UHES, BIRCH 6r WARD.
Fayette, Nov. 2, 1849.
Plumes and Flowers.
7EkY superior Plumes and Flowers, for sale
v by HLUHESi BIRCH or WARD.
Favette, Nov. 2. 1849,
I'inc Sea Otter Cafisi
r"HVO DOZEN, extra fine, for sale by
J IIL'GHES, BIRCH Sr WA
1R0.
Favette, Nov. 2. 1849.
Staple Groceries.
20 hhds prime sugar
60 sacks coffee
800 sacks salt
10 boxes double refined luaf sugar
Sugar House Molasses, Tanners' Oil, e.
IIL'GHES, BIRCH Sr WARD.
Fayette, Nov. 2, 1949.
I rosf a nTHsteeL
W 7"E have on hand, a full stock of all sizes of
v T Iron snd steel, at the lowest rates.
HUGHES, BIRCH Jr WARD.
Favette, Nov. 2, 1919.
Pall and Wiuter ood.
pHE subscribers have received snd opened a
JL large and beautiful assortment of Fall and
Winter Goods. They now offer for sale, on the
most reasonable terms,
Blue, black, green and brown Cloths
Black, fancy and buckskin Casimeres
15 pieces Sattinetts and Kentucky Juans
Id " Red and white Flannels
120 pairs negro, Mackinaw and bed Blankets
80 " Blue, drub, brown and Cadet blan
kets, for Overcoats
29 pieces Mouselin de Lone end Cashmeres,
various styles and quulities
7 do French Merinos
9 do Alpaca English Merino
7 do Heavy Tweed Casimere
100 do Calico
20 do Gir.ghafns
15 do Vestings, satin and worsted
Canton Flannell and fluid Liusry
New.style Silk for ladies' dresici
Capes, collars, ribbons
Thread and !ilo lace
Edgings, gimps, fringes
Shawls, hdkfs, worsted and silk hese
100 pieces 7-8, 4-4. 5-4 and 6-4 browri ration
tO do 3-1, 7 8, 4-4, 5 4. 6-4 bleached
shirtings and sheetings
100 do 3 4 and 4-4 Omnburgs
HATS AND CAPS.
13 doz Fur, Seal, Cloth and Slick Caps
4 doz Mexican Hats
8 doz Wool do
7 doz Fiirond Moleskin Huts
BOOTS AND SHOES.
30 pairs calf and seal Boots
HO do kip do
b4 do brogan do
250 do brogan Shoes
100 do kip do
75 do Women's Buskins
4"S do Ladies' Gaiters
00 do do kid slippers
00 do do calf and morocco boots
40 do do walking shoes
200 du Misses and children's shoes
A L S O
A large supply of Quetnsvare, Hardtcare. and va
riuus other urticles not necessary to enumerate.
We invite our friends and the public 10 call and
examine our stock, as we are determined to sell
chenp. SAVAGE 4. CO.
Glasgow, October 20, 1845.
Pinal Settlement.
TVTOTICE is hereby given that the underogucd
will apply at the November Term (Fourth
Mondu) of the Randolph County Court, fur a final
settlement of his administration on the estate of J .
B. Green, deceased.
CASWELL WISDOM, Administrator.
October 20, 1949. 3 lw4
Pinal ctflciuciiti
IVJOTICE is hereby given, thut the undcr-isned
i-1 will apply at the November Term (Fourth
.Monday) of the Randolph County Court, Tor a final
settlement of their odministration on the estate of
James Means, deceased.
CASWELL WISDOM.
JOSEPH MURPHY, (
October 20, 1949. 34w4
Executors.
Pinal Settlement.
TV'OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned,
1 surviving partner of the firm of Childs &.
Head, will apply at the November Term (Fourth
Monday) of the Randolph County Court, third day
of said term, lor a final settlement of the partner
ship affairs ot suid firm.
WA LI hit If. CHILES, Administrator.
October 30, 1649.-343
Pinal Settlement.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
will apply at the November Term (Fourth
Monday) of the Randolph County Court, fur a final
settlemen of his administration on the estate of
Mary Jackson, deceased.
JOH.N JACKSON, Administrator.
October 20, 1949. 34w4
Pinal Settlement.
TV OTICE is hereby given that I will apply at
the December term of the Howard county
court for a final settlement of my administration
on the estate of John Evans dee'd.
JOSEPH ROPER, Adm'r.
Nov. 9, 1949 3C-4w.
. U W P A I, L. ts I S .
GREENBAUM, F1STE &. CO..
FA YETTE MISSOURI,
RESPECTFULLY inform their old friends
and customers, and tho public generally, that
they have received and now offer for saie, one of
the most extensive sleeks of seasonable goods
ever brought to this market all uf which have
been purchased in the eastern cities, by one of the
firm, on terms which warrant them in saving they
can and will sell as cheap as any house in this
sec'.iun of country. Their Goods ore all new, of
the latest styles, and were purchased expressly to
meet the wonts uf the country. Their stock em
braces.
Cloths, of the finest quality
Satinets and Jeans.
Domestics, bleached ahd brown.
Boots, shoes, hats and caps.
Calicoes, all kinds, very low,&c Slc,
LADIES DRESS GOODS.
Their stock is full, embracing all new Styles,
together with suitable trimmings, to which the at
tention bf the ladies is particularly invited.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
The iargest and finest stock uf ready made cloth
ing ever brought to the country, embracing every
article of gentlemen wear, toll suits sold at
astonishingly low prices. Particular attention is
called to this part of their stock.
Also, a full supply of
Family Groceries,' Culhry, Nails, Spuit Cot
ton, Dye stuffs, &c, &c.
Together with every article usually called for,
which we pledge Ourselves to sell as cheap as can
be had in any other place or store, this ido of Si.
Louis. We respectfully solicit a call, to the end
that our goods may be seen and price known.
After seeing the one and knowing the other, sale
vill fol'uiv.
GREENEBAUM, FI5TE CO.
Fayette, October 5, 1949.
OrCorifttimption Is CuredrJ
By Dr. Rogeis' compound Syrvp of Liverwort and1
lar 1 A safe and terlain curt for ConsumM
tion of the Lungs, Spitting of blood. Covchs,
Colds, Asthma. Pain in the Side, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, and all Pulmonrry Affections.
fPO thoe who have CONSUMPTION OR DS
J. EASED LUNGS, we call your eafnet and
immediate attention to the great merit of the above
preparation, and entreat you not 10 put it down
with other advertised medicines, without inquiring
whether there is not entire and satisfactory proof
of itsva'uc, and that too from men of the highest
standing, who are living witneses, and can be
seen by any one who will take the trouble to call
upon them. (r Not only the Physician, but even
the Professors among the medical faculty, have
had the bar of prejudice broken down by the a
tonishing cures effected by this great remedy, and
have come out at last and given us their certifi
cates that there is no mistake about it that it re
ally mnkes cures when every thing else has failed,
snd that It is the Ureal Remedy for Diseased
Lungs.
CCr-Cal! on the Agent snd see the statement of
the following persons of Cincinnati who were
cured by Dr. Rogers' Liverwort and Tar, after be
ing given up to die with the last stages of Con
sumption, riot only by tliPir friends, but by physi
cians of the highest standing:
Mr- S. Ludlow, Fifth street, between Race end
Elm.
Mr. II. Plumitier. hotter, between Eighth and
Ninth, on Main street.
Mr. G. Whitehead, Catharine street, half a
-quare below Lin 11.
Mrs. Ann Chiius, Sixth street, two doors west
of Smith, tic; ic.
Be nut deceived by worthless medicines, which
are palmed un you, when such men us Dr. Wm.
Richards and Judge Wm. Burke. Dr. H. Cox, late
Professor of Cincinnati Medical College, have
come out and certified, that Dr. Rogers' Liverwort
and Tar is the great consumption remedy.
Dr. Cox states, that Miss Belt was pronounced
by Prof. Wurden and the late Prof. Worcester to
be in the last stages of Consumption, and give her
up to die; yet Dr. Rognrs' Liverwort snd Tar en
tirely cured her.
Statement of Judgo H. Morse, of the Courts of
Ohio ond Gineinnnii.
I am well acquainted with Dr. Hirsm Cox and
his practice, he havihg been my family physician
for many year, and can cheerfully say, that 1
have as much or more confidence in him and his
skill as a pruetiuing phvician as auv man living.
HENRY MORSE.
Cincinnati. Nov. 7th, 1?47.
Dr. 11. Cux is u1m the family physician of the
Hon. Jude Jas. Saflin, of Cincinnati, late City
Marshal.
C'uuli'.'n to ;. Otving to the increased demand
for this medicine, an unprincipled man, (John T.
Tuland.) in Cincinnati, imitated in external ap;
pearaiice only the yellow and blue wrapper, and
riepntehsd on interested runner, (P. Clinton.) in
this nel'u rious business to St. Louis to make sales.
This counterfeit omits the name of A. L. Scuvillej
111 fine print on the bottom of the outside wrapper,
where it reads, "Entered according to Act of Con
gress," On tile genuine, the name of A. I..
Sooville is found following the words "Entered
according to act of Congress," ic.
Dr. O. Henusiisos, Agent, Glasgow; Dr. S.nt.l-
sn Fnvette.
Orders mav bo aldressej to It. Bi.akslt 4: Co.
St. Louis.
WUtat
Pans.
TTtiVE Wheat Fan,
a very superior nrtirl, i
low by J. D. PERRY.
A. store, and for suls
Pretsfi
It:
MSII1S.
20 B"XES new crop raisins.
10 half " " " just received and
for sa.e low by J. D. PERRY.
Pork.
150.000
LBS of large HOGS, well
fattened, wanted by
Glasmiw, Oct
:'0. SAVAGE . CO.
Itacon.
VYERY superior lot 01 sides, hams and shoul
ders in store, and for sule low by
J. D. PERRY.
HNK u-surthiriit of hair, cloth, null and
tooth brushes, nlso fine oil for the Imir, fine
wakhing soaps for the face not your clothes, for
suie L.y
. Y. COOKE.
Iioonville. Nov 0.1949.
Ill AVE
was eve
gut Some as gjoil shaving SUAP as
spread upon thu face of any man, (I
w ill not Include tho ladies.) and if you do not be
lieve it because you see it stated in ti.o newspa
pers, call and gel a cake of it and Satisfy yuurseif
tiiat it is a fuel.
G. W. COOKE.
FRIEND 11AM.UUND I will have to
yuur paper
stop
Why to, Alt. Brown?
Because niy ey i jjlit is so had that I can scarce
ly rend.
Why do you hot use spectacles)
I have not been able to find any to suit.
Have you been down, at COOKE'S Shop to see
if be could not suit yuu!
Nu, 1 have not.
Go down he has got all kinds.
Weil. I will.
Hammond, I got them, here is your pay for
two years subscription Joonti.'e Observer.
Boonville.Nuv. 0. 1S4S.
f I MIO-SE WHO WANT TO ENJOY TleoTTng
1. i f a good bowl of Mush and Milk, or good
So lip, (-a y oyster soop for instance.) or those who
wish to -Jriiik sooj cup of tea, should always
have a pniuiiie Silver Spoon t do it with. Well
I have got tliHt sort, and as thfv are tho cheapest
spojns thut run be used in a family, cull and look
at my assortment.
G. V. COOKE.
Boonevilhi, Nov. 0, 1943.
VN EASY SHAVE is one of the blessing
bestowed upon man; and one of the great
est misfortunes 1 hut man is born to, is to shave
with a poor rozor. Now, therefore, if you wish
to possess the former and escape Ihe latter, call
at my shop and 1 u ill sell you a genuine razor.
G. W. COOKE.
Boonvillo. Nov. 9. 1S49.
A 11 tti nt 11 and Winter (s'oods.
BOON, TALBOT & SMITH.
Fayeite, Missouri.
HAVING commenced receiving thf.r extensive
and valuuble stock for the present Slid ap
proaching seasons, respectfully invite the attention
of purchasers to ono of the largest, and in all res
oects most desirnhtp. asnrinents nf rrnmls ever
, , g .
brought to this county, comprising every variety of
FANCY d STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, China, Glass and Qtieensvarei
Hardware and Cattery. Iron. Nails, Castings,
FAMILY GROCEK1ES, &c. ic.
Determined to transact a permanent business, orl
an extensive scale, and do our part towards ma
king Fayette a point Of attraction to purchaser,
we will at all times be prepared to meet the wants
of the country, by having our shelves and ware
houses fully supplied with the most desirable styles
and qualities of goods which manufacturers and
importers can furnish. Our purchases are, and
will continue to be mode, on the best terms, and
combining all the advantages which any house in
ibis or neighboring towns enjoy. We assure old
and new cuitomers, that our prices will in all cases
be as luw as the very lowest, our stock equal tu that
beet, and our uniform principle of business such
as 10 insure the permanent satisfaction and increa
sing confidence of customer.
Our friends and the public will please fator os
with an examination of our goods and prices.
BOON. TALBOT 4' SMITH.
rsyoHe, September 'ld, 1919.

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