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NOTICE TQ Mm BUiLDRS.
rpHH iu-.dursle.nad, eOirmilsiioncM, will li ! to
1 liie loweet bhider on SATUIIUAV, the P'.h
daycf DF.CF. MUF.lt next, either publicly or pri
vately, as.they may urem. boil, tlm.l i.il.liug of a
bridge across tile main Cnuitu'u liver, near
K.ytesvilht, according lc English',, plun. A .hail
ui.iv bo Men ul i he County Clerk' Office of Char
iion -toiuity.
Aft appropriation tins been made by the County
Court of said county for biiifilingfai'l briitg'e
Any eitr.in'in(c:-t'rin inldreflsi'd in trW unrler
slgnWI at K'vieevi le, will meet with prompt ut
t.ution. TH06. H. Kill. AH.
ABNEK FINisKI.L,
Nov. j i td Commissioners.
Letter ami oie lniier.
HRJJteBlfdN1H Win. hfuo reeo! , -1 a iMf
lot. cf I, Iter in. I Note paper, which Hiss
oil'r in on itv favnramV MrtM bv Hie roam
at.il half ream. mlsjbrss men and correal ondents
would io well !o call and examine tl.eir aisori-nrr-t.
THIJ havell-o recently received a.i addition to
the IMt cf IMWs. WW. 4
OI'STHSIti. J4 I'oren eai.s tr. .-.Ii eyas j1.-'
io-i-tvcd nfid for sule low by
tfejgfl '., J. B. THOMSON.
r wcv udr)nSi &c.
J& The subscribes irratoful for the pa'ron
C hereof ortwxlend d to him by the ladies
afi I rent!, men of Glasgow at d 'ich. !U, respect
fully solicits n continuance of the saino,nr,d would
inform tlo ni that he Las jusl reciit td a., extensive
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WAflE,
And 'rnry Cootis.
Having, in person, purchased hi stock very low
in St. Louis and the East, he is ena'bled io offer
(Treat indncemonis. lb-asks-privilege to enume
rate the- folio wlngl
D: (ached levers, hot Icotltal and vertical wash
es, in banting end op-,uacod cases ladiee' and gen-th-mens'
.;olil, aard, est. fob, and belt chain.; of
every description and styl'ei a beautiful slock of
hrecelqftSi bit al phis ear rings oral finger rings;
clusters; in rows aiKl'iiUlc stones. Also. Fine,
opal and garnet setsjii largo assortment it CoD
bracelets! cat) pins, clasp, sleeve and milar but
tons, stuus, scarf ana siiav 1 pins, ladies and gen
tle?ii.Mi' wutah als, gold 'pencils, pen holders,
tooth picks, tnitnbles, fee. ,
StLVj a Si it... Sugar stands, cflps, forks,
poons-sotfa ladles, butter .arid fruit knives, wit
and mm-tard cpoons, salt oellare, ic, fcc. -
Sii.Veu riAi nn WAiir. Castors; cake, card,
and siMnr bdsketstljiiHer boolerei pickle and. cer
dial stan.kj parlor and chamber candlestick-; siiuf
fers and fray; spoijns and forks.
LdtfiUal pi'i'i. r mahe, rose woorl and ebony
dr. iiiK eascv; work.- ieweh v and odor koMes
Writing desks) la. lie-' iv tic ales'; silvr, shsil. pearl,
papief rnaahe port ntonziaa mid card card cases;
China flower vase?) paper Weight i jet, coral, bone,
cornelian arid glass elaslTiibraceleUVdici &c.
le-a.-h y and silver, ware made lo order.
Wati In 'i. clocks, musical box-is and jew
elry neatly repaired,.
Iu soliciting the continuance of your ciisti in. I
take pf: acur.-i-. a -surinj you that for exlentaj,,
i i ' '. . t i ;o,. i ci i i .- n . h of iroods
will t ot be surpassed by any ' in lb Eastern
'.ul n.d tiir .-i.ri. of the atch, next
i- " -.. R-irbii' 'iru.-r. ivb.-rr 'In- .-orrect time
mav alv.avs hi; had, VW :-
.lOUXfHAMBKUI-AWr.
GkHgoW) NovmborS4, MAS,
CHiBLfS II. WIJfsi.OW,
til
Manutrt-turrr-" -.ujsjrjslti.'S'omli
ai'trt iinM- s:oite.
''fa.. Mla.-NSWK'K, MO.
A-ll " . I u. a di-1:-.!'.-- ru. ' .u'iv a!
teivlid bu
' !S5 9 -'ci-.-haaing from my sgejit" may
rely on oeiiii I'm ni-h.-1 with the best material, and ;
executed i,. the In- I si -. Ic.
Fehuary :j, IS33 t'f
.
Not Pnivortlt)' oi t onsjiilcration.
AlA. Itt'.M HIi'TIQWS OF (iOODi)
Ct AN be ; ;,p in F lyette at least as low. an.!
irtnod assorltnents can he found there, as
anywhere above S honis. Stc. Ks art- nriMSifatly
larire, ninl all our business bpilsea are suinci.-ntly
anxious t.a nelt to :ruara;.teo ibdXIfM of every rea
sonable ind-iet-inenl lo j.iircba..ers.
A tors- party interested, we respectfully ask an
examination of. our very extensive so k which is
now , complete in every deptrtJlltnt$ our fall im
pnrtitiieaii Ir.iviiur been conetaMly added to, as
qUM k lldei mailc rocm. or the pro.-peets of the
market woraed to jusiii'v. We therefore commence
the winter, well prepared to meet its demands tor
all decriptiona of goods, ineluding
Ladies' Failisrr?!b2- IHx s iJou;".-,
in jilk, wool, worsted, cotton and mixed fabrics.
C.'u ik and JfaiUiila Trimmings,
nhmkets, flunnels, linseyi. pnnt, eingh&Jns, de-lai-n
salpaccav. cafa plaids, Irish linens, domes
tics, cotton yarns, b.tttiiis, o.ail.tiu-, il and ta
ble iin.uis. tickings, and all r.tber deectiptiona of
Koiei'pi and Uouio iic Pry tiooils.
BOON; liUM A.V v SMl'lH.
Fayette; N drWr 17. H.r:i.
- Kii'coivfd by Express,
A N p.diliftoi al sujiply of Ladies' Dreu Goods, .
4 bonnst .itid dies trimmings, Velvet ribbontu
in aU'wilth,. h-.lirs' kid gutters und boot.;, over
sin es'if venous kind , ce,
IIOO.V. DC',. AN 5. SMITH.
Payette, Kovejnbev it, 1808,
RUfcimMADE CLOTtHNG.
TTTE offer for sal.' at terj low prices, a good
VV u-i.oiti.icut of Winter Clothing, including j
elotR, Tweed and jeans sucks and i-uah-; blanket,
pete: si,:.n , and cl.dh oyacCOaUl pautalooQl and!
t est BOON, DC N I.' A (f SMITH.
Favelte; Not emher 17, 1 80S.
Goods foe nentlemens '..ear.
"V v ' E n-. ectfully invite tlie attention, f gentle-
I men to mi uue stock of ! reoeii cloths and
Ci.-iA.-eiv.-. ail cojpcsj SUDSrfa salin an.. I'urure.l lilk
t. -'in-s; Clank -t cloih.s, beavers, kerseys, plot
-!"lhi, l.u. satnjaUi xc, &c with all dee
cripfl .'.' i f trimi.i:i.'i.i of file in st ouatitt ; tor rale
low by JlOtt V, DUNCAN & SMITH.
Fayette. November 17. 1838.
pi,.n!ii:Xs.-u' offer for, sal at iow
J. - ii an tncefteM lot of l-.o.-ay, large, ne
gro blatdssiM bed, .-nut, fudd'e and crib : iaiinets.
LOON, DUNCAN & SMITH.
Fay ;!, Novnuib. i-i7, lbuJ.
VS.E'l'V CI" SAIiTi
Itrr hav an r.uiple supply of eoarse and Cue
V' Salv, for sale to customers at fair pries
a ..a ll as all other sescTlprlons of
Foully uro i lies,
I nn, rails, eaetiugsii window glosr, chain pnmj s,
j ... Istonei, upper and sole leather, queens were,
ch IkHtiuf '.'la-sware. fcc.'j &e. A few pa. lor and
hsat... : sloves eej f eh, ap.
BOrtY, DUNCAN SMITH.
Fayette, November 17, Ifftl.
HOOTS AWDIHOiiit
rplUCK I'ouls and biogantj watei proof ar,J
J. kip odotft heavy and line calf boot;) with a
general ejOSf4wlil ef all deseriptioha of ladies',
gcn-lciuglis' and childiriis' shor-sj for sale as low
-.s i l articles can io....hlv hi- .itihrded.
I,, i.'. DUNCA 6. SMITH.
Fayette, Novnulier 17. 1HS8
to ti:j: mdii:s.
IHAVU in, .v in iters much the largest stock of
I. idiis' Deai snd Fancy Cods ever brought
A '''is fUvce, and would be pleased to show them
to all wh will favor my w ith an early call, know
ing tbat I can show many styles but to be found
st any otitpr hotisa iu the place.
Hvy LOT, Art P DAltFItOV.
JH
j
.!,' I
(out hellers'
GSlNTiT.E i 1 double corn hellers, with fa-fi'-ity
to fthi-ll figin Itltl to 2U0 busbela dailv;
price -815 and $!. 1 u sale .
N-.3 1'FrtllV s4 BAKTIIOLOW.
War and sanxv Ctttietf,
1 M AVai.d --I ii'- cullers, a superior article.
It in Iter end lor sale d w bv
Nov3, PCTR.T & BAkTirOLOW.
Cdokiiis) iiiid Slt-ut up stoves.
ff Cookimr 8tovi s. various jiattcrris;
bO'Jianor and clumber stoves;
M) as. iirt. d box di ;
12 sn'amaiHlcr coal do;
in store and for sale by
N-t.8 1'clkUV A, IiVRTHOLOW.
I J xtrimfir 'ettienl barn-Is in store
.i 1. nau for sale In
Xo t I MHHY It B AltTHOI.OW.
' ail--. 160 kegs Missouri Iron nails, in store
unu tor sate bv
Nov 3 PERRY i BAI'.THOLOW.
CJ U.I
O s.di; 100 b,ngs dairy sail; 200 bble Kanawha
-:.i;i in store aui lor .-..iic t'V
Nov,8 PBRRT.'Ie EAHTIIOLOW.
1 t.jTjor.v.
J j ctiO hols Rectified wTilreyi
li i bf lads dqx
ii bbls J3ourl.on Hp;
80 bids ne ' dot
? half ,sij "S Otard brandy;
5 ei;ru'n nipes Ruig. doi
ft Kit N Y do;
in slorc and for sale bv
Nov 3 f tiltliV & BAUT110I.OW.
Sntrnrfk 18 hjids o -iiff.irj BO bbh crushed
.li : ill bblr. powdered .!o; bbls clarified do;
2f bids and bo.M-s loaf di ; in store arid for sul bv
Ni v3 PERRY & DARTRQLOW. '
c
lOfPEfli 100 iuiss R',o and Havana eotr.-r;
u.r biers Java eotlei; -n .store and to-sale Pv
ovd PfcRRY .v BARTHOLpW.
MOiSis,:'S. !6 bids vdatilation Molasses; 20
bbls sugaf house dot .") bids golden syrup;
-ii kegs do. di ; for sale cheap By
m J lHiltKY i BART1IOI.OW.
f peas. a Ml ;ls gteCtl and black tea;
J. V.9 caddvk do do fib)
iti store and for sala bv
Not ?, PERRY & BBRTHOLOW,
"tillsdleu. o.l boxes star eandle.; 3(1 boxe.
V- rdoald di ; 40 Itofc and for salehv
Nov :t
l'ERUY is BARTH0LO.V
C'1'inis; liliH-. 10 bbls num)i chain; l6
. bbls fixtu'ri; 3.000 feet tifblngi for sale bv
Nov 3 PERRY BARTHOtOW. "
1 1 tiecite. 80 bx W Rcheei
in store a&d
-4 t0
for sail- hv
Nov 3
PERRY f; BARTHOtOW.
IftJaBDWAR;.
1 t DOZEN axes Yankee and Ohio patterns
J 3 y doTen wood saws and frame.-;
So do bastard and mill saw files;
A 10 do horse rasps;
Wfi i'y gross hand raw files;
6 dOSetl metal faucets;
W A ilo molasses irates;
w 10 do eoa'ee ami spice mill: ;
. . 6 cross Mason's blacking;
1 dozen straw knives;
1 do C S stone hammers;
in .-.tore and for sale ds by
Nov 3 PERRY fc BAHTIIOLOW.
PCfatjfcsEiii tills TTool-.
1 f Blacksa.ill.S bellows 20 anvils; IB box
JL J -. ire..; oil iledge and hand hammers; 20
slocks and d'- -; and a geovral assortment of iron
and -leel. in store and for sale py
Nov 3 Perry A BAHTHnr.ow.
'I i i do-ion zinc wast boards, iu store and for
I 1 -ale by
Njv.1 PERRY' BARTHOLOW.
WOODErV WARE.
Oj DOfK pain-as-:
jCXJ In nests tubs
1 buoketei
dttMh cedar ehumi ;
3 do do bucket
2 do well buckets;
In) store and for sale hv
Nov 3 PERRlf ft llAKTHwLOV,'
DeHtrfrtble rarni for iaHe.
fit UK subscriber nislns to sell his farm, silun
J. Led o mill a south of Ghtisgpw, Howard coun
ty, ( 'n the neighborhood know n as the Hurricane)
o'Uitaiii ng ab oil -ion acres, 2,'Jcf which are un
der fence, and in cultivation or in clover, including
li larco orchard of the best fruit lu es. Tne im-
tuoveni. nl, eonsi d in' a good dwelHnff, barn, sta-
Wi -, and tobacco houses, all in good icpair. The
balance ol the Ira.-t is wi ll timbered. Any ner-r-on
wishing a desirable home in a good neiguiior
hood, near river and tow n, where produce or fruit
can be sold or shipped, would do well to examine
ibis. Tenus accommodating Possession given
1st of Junuarv next.
PERRV EARICKSON.
Glasgow, November 3 Bvr.
FALL AND WINTER STOCK.
.UHiS SI. t'AHSO.V.
Late Tlirailltill t Carson,
.11 r.iKnoiJ.y or.i conxm,
W.ttf r i .tret. GlSfl o , Mo,,
IS now r-n-eit iurr Lis fall and winter stock of
t; i ocerlei . Staple Dry UshmUi
BOOTS, 8HOE8, HATS, CAPS,
CLOTWJfG, SPF.Y C()TTUA;a-c ,
To which he Invites tlie attention of his friends
anjd the public g. :n rally . beli. v intt ihsl be will si ll
his goods as low as any other house in tlie coun
try, iu solicits a call trow all who want good
bargains; pledgitig fresh goods at the lowest rates.
iAIi km. i-. .a' country produce bought at tile
highest mai.kot rates,
piasgow, October 20, 189$,
X'tIIIStiV A uiperlor article bv the barrel
V or half barrel, tor sale by
1 0
JOHN I'. CARSON.
Uai Bnd t'iiux - full assortment, ill
desoriptione, tor sale by
OctSO ' JOHN R. CARSON.
Q.tET- Coarsi a.. I
(Tj for tale bj oetiifl
tie, in sacki and boxes,
JOHN li. CARSON,
l"Y7WES DifTerent qualities and prices, for
V Oteby octSO JOHN R. CARSON.
CtOFFEE tllo, Java and other qualities, on
hand, and for sale by
Oct20 JOHN R. C ARSON.
1 H All I.- if. crushed and brown, for sale
f? by .j- '.-.'ii JQHN R. CARSON.
MOlOSSCS- -St p. rior sugar house and planta
tion, for sale py
Oct0 JOHN R. CARSON. I
I
Sundries.
CI ANDLF.S, pejiper, spi-e. ginger,, alum, indi
J go. madder, wooden Ware, earthenware, poy.
ib r, lead, shot, cans, -oan, r.t-ireh, rice, jugs and
jars, I levels, powder Ibuiks. mackerel, and a host
of .itner artich s too tedium to mention, for sale
low. t20 JOHN R. CARSON,
Todies.' Hioes A superior lot of Ladies'
j siioes, enbracing every description, warrant
ed to wear well, at low prices, can be found at
the stare of oettQ JOHN R. CARSON,
VIY.W HMD,
CJUPER black, blue, greeu, brown, and claui
C cloth)
do beaver and sawata overcoatings
do fane) aod black cossimeree, Erehch goods,
lieu- style.--,
do velvet, plush, satin and silk msUmsi
do ambroldered black and white silk vest
slmpesj
for sale b LOt.AN D. DAMERON.
Soptcmbc-r 1
u . . -
llotus itntl i-uoi't.
mc A BE8, embracing every kind of heavy
. and line work, wbleh are now offered
I. . .-. mi , 1 1 . . . . t.ts nl Sit r,.Sif
" -' ."'..- (.ilLri-j Willi
freights addod.or at retail at very low rates.
T 1 1. I u n a I ... i ., . .
o-.wn j. I'M m EfHUSSi
Heptembsr 1, 18S3.;
GLASGOW WUUKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1853.
NOW
YMl AM) WJNTiat CIOODS.
NIOTSWOOD t HIRKnillOK.
VT llirolij staml of U. p.ftuKfgKj arc now oprn
. thgtlielr f(o::k of .Ku'i and Wlnfei1 OooH, r-
tcclWl Wilh irrt'i-t ca:o in the Boitttffl citieft. and to
which 1 tioy lt)tfilfl th( alt. iitiun of pmclmsers.
11 li diir (U'lcrmination to kfeep nt all times a
Ifti ire s1olt of
Wry ;mm!s and ;roc d ries,
Suilrtblc to Ihc srason, and mt lo he vvilt rsutd by
any our. A onrnrstiy invitr all wisliin to p'.ir
cliayr to eivo our Btpok Vtd pricof an rxaniinntion.
Mid W tliiiik we Cin i-omim c them it will 1)0 to
their in'orrst t.i pa'roii:---p 113. Wr soil on tlie
USjtial I'mt lo rod men, take (.'i-unii v J'l odute
of ovfery deipriptJon In exchanffe for Uood.s.
STAPLE 603QS AND GROCERIES.
(10TT" Varus, batting, carpel chain, brown
J m'uslins. suar, Conltr molas'es, tea. mack
erel in kits half barrels nnd barrels, pickled her
ring, vinegar. yeesl powders, xc. ice,
bept22 SPOTSWOdO ,V KIHKHRIDE.
BH-IAHIV-MAHK t U,OTIII?;.
"t"V7K invite specirl attention to ottr large and
Y heaulifo! stock of clothing unstii passed in
workman; hip and material, and which we pledge
ourselves to s"1 1 lower than any other house. Wt:
Mkan what wr. say.
SepU2 BPOT8W00D ,t KIRKURIDE.
l,EATHEIt.
SOLE and upper leather,, whole and half kip
skins and French calf skins, for sale bv
Sepu'2 8POT3WOOD( KIRKBRlOBi
srNmur.s.
1 OO TS and shoes, hats and caps, a very large
if and complete stock o hardware. ijUeenswnre.
.-astine's, carj'ienlers" tool-., bocdtl and stationery,
oil table, .- land and bureau covers, screw elauips,
horse shoe nails. ,e.. e.. for sale by
Spt29 SPOT8WOOD ft KIRK URIDK.
Gi I.XTS' fashionable mole skin hats, the fall
I stvle of 1868, for sale by
Octl'l SPOtSWOOD ft KliiKlilUDE.
f would reantttfuUy call
I On
i ne siioscrii
I
attention
ic public 1
to his large and
coninlrtf st'T'k "t f;r
all purcliasiul at head quarter?, Uid lici'ore the la'c
heavy advancdj wliich ehaba him to sell lower
than'n otlierwiso possibly could nmler cireiun
stuncea lesi favorable. My tock is larc and .?e
Iccted with great care, lo which all are particu
larly Invited, f
The trr.de supplied on ternr. as favorable as they
coi:!d wiahs Tf is useless lo enumerate Umctdl
we keep evevvthins lecitimalelv bclopinpt to our
I .... t C,., 0.n T C TTJ'ATCfTl"T
L 1 J
rVi:UIUF. W.ilTKi).
I wish to purchase a fty 1 cook, also a like
ly' Boynbotit IK VearS of ngc for which the
cash will be bald bv. J. W. WHITE
Roanoke, Mo. auglllf.
DRY HIDES, beeswax, flaxseed, tallow, lard.
&e., fcc. Wc are always in the mark-t
paying cash for every description of Produce.
NANSON & BARTHOLOW.
Glas-ow, Sept. 30, 1853.
FAStM TOR SALE.
ffl Tff F undersigned wishes to sell the farm
IJSl. ". wlueli he resides, situated in Howard en..
adjoining the town of New- Franklin. Said farinj
contains about 3To acres, the land is of good)
quality, and three hundred aerrs under fence, two
hundred acres in cultivation, and ono hundred tn
pasture. There i.s on the premises a good Unckj
Dwelling, containing eight rooms, and kitchen:
good out houses of every kind, a w-ll of oou
water, and sevetal pood sju-intrs near the dwellingj
a bearing orchard of excellent fruit, nnd a saw
and grist mill.
This farm is in a desirable part of HoSVard co.,
arid convenient to schools, ftc.t persons wishing
to rurchase a Lrood farm for stock raising, of agri
cclturc burpoeSj would do well to call and evaui
ine sil I farm. JAS. H. HAY'fEU.
New Franklin, July 21, 18o3ba.
(ill HAT KASTKHN ROUTE.
Via 5'. S. tiij.J steamers iicttvctii
St. Louis, I.ouIstIIIc ami
cinctDnatta
CON.NECTI.Xi; AT CINCINNATI WITH
CVftctntiaft, Columbus and C velanti, and
Cincinnati, Dayton ar.d Sor.rfusky
f OR Dayton; Sandnsky, Columbus, ZunesviUe.
A Cleveland, Pittsbuinn, Wheeling, Erie. Dun-
kirk. Buffhlo, Albany. New York, fioston. Philai
dolphin. Baltimore, Washington 'City, and all in-
termediate points.
i. I he steamers :n connoetior. J-.
iffiliiiglrrtWith these bin's are mairni!iceii(ESl!:
noating palaces, with ail the latest Improvements,
nmsnep umi i iir ,eu in me net po ihle manner;
an- officered b
i expenenceu persons) and forcom -
d are not surpassed, passengers en-1
furl and snee
joyingevery convenience as at first class hotels. .nil
Hi- rends are hud through' ul with heavy Ti
iron, graveled an.! surfaced, and are kept in mod I
fjyi-'cr ail information and through tickets,
please apply' af the Railroad fiflicc, fu Exchange
Building, No. vii, smith side Onv itreet, between
Main and Second street?, two doors north of Na
tional Telegraph Office.
E. F. FULLER,
Agent, St. i.ouis. Mo.
P. W. STR IDEH.
Oct. 0. Vit ly General Am . rinninniltt I
FA KM FOR si 4 I.E.
mHi ' ''' '"'"sedber, wishing to move, offers 1
"s?S''"!' ale, a valuable stock farm, situated in
Saline county, 7 miles south of Marshall,
the county scat, IStniles West of Arrow Rock, ami
1 milts fiom Jonesboro mills. Said f irm eonfalni
1380 teres, between 500 a. id 000 acrei underfence.
100 in meadow, 360 in tlml or, and the remainder
in good prairie. He has r.l-o between 400 and
500 head of stock, about 2,000 barrel-, of er-ru. and
8,000 bushels of oats, be., which he will sell with
the farm, if di lired.
fijjjj The improvements are excellent, being s
BuT, large dwelling, stable, barn, milk house, ice
house, cabins, tec.
Terms to aull the purchaser, For further par
ticulars enquire of Wm. H. Oalnes, of Glasgow.
October! $5. WILLIS PITER.
c
'IIEE8E--86 bXS " estcrn Reserve cheese.
n store and for sale by
OctM J. S. THOMSON.
I j li V'll,,
and fixtur
J. i
for sale bv
THOMSON.
X UctWl
i'sx-mIj Crop Isalslns,
HXS M 11 raisin-; 50 hf bxs do; 100 or
bxf do; for side by
10 ' .1. s. THOMSON.
20
pet!
Si- 3 ea- ks rice, in store and I
.r s-ile bv
octao
J. S. THOMSON.
rjOWIIEB 10 kegs rifli powder mo can
X Bisters do. in tore and for sale by
Oetaq J. S. THOMSON.
T
Km Ul cases fine tea. consisting of Imneriul, I
Gunpowder, lOUUg HjtSOni for sale by
Oct20
J. S. THOMSON,
- I
o
II-.Lini
d, tanners
ar.d
J. I
reel oil.
THOMSON.
(let-.MI
.OVIiR fsllit'll.-'jo bids clover
s.-nliiisl
4 by OclJO J. 8, THOMSON.
T
IMOTHY StlflD-
for sale by Oetlll
10 bids in store and
3. S. THOMSON'.
CIAlfDLEI40
1 do; 40 or do do;
OetSO
bxs star eaiulles; 111 l,f do
iiii UXS tallow do; for sale bl
.1. S. THOMSON. '
N
.tii.s
iii ki gs asl received by
J. S. THOMSON.
Oi'1-.'O
rU M I.F.S--'.i) doa superior tumblers;
1. gross pint and hf pint lii klers; li gross porter
and chirel botilts; 4 gross gallon and hf gallon
(iluss jars, for sale by
OoCH J. S. THOMSON.
Boot-- mill Shoes An extra fine lot of
heavy boots and shoes for sale low by
OetSO JOHN K CARSON.
fall kxhhutiox.
HUBBELL h HUNT,
No ii I'oui sii street st. i.onts.
TTl AlvK this nn thod of iiilorminir the citizens of
L Olasgovt1 and vicinity, that they huve now in
store an entire new stock of
FASHION ni.i: AJfB STAPLE
Dry Goods,
Rieenily imported and selected expressly for thetr
fall trade, embracing the most extensive, rich nnd
desiralde stock of Dry Goods ever before opened
in SI. Lduit, or Wkst of Nt.w YonK.
Tin senior pailncr w ho resides in New Yo k is
daily sending forward the newest and most fush
lonaole, as well . staple anl useful goods.
Every -r.r.i'y who Visits St. Louis
Should not fdl of calling al their grut emporium
of trade, as their immense stock embraces almost
evefV thing called for under the name of Dry
OoodS ami hi-ir styles are the very latest, being
fully cqUal in ningiiiflccnce to the richest goods
(bund in the largest houses in the East.
The One Price sj-st-m
stflctly adhered t. Every article in this exten
sive establishment is pi. inly marked at the lowest
cash price, and no sntestnan-lfl aUoWsd to deviate
from it. This system has been universally ap
proved by their pations. as it necesstu ily'ooliges
the proprietors to mat k their goods at the very
lowest market riiius, antt ttiose uniu-ijuaiiiteu wsin.
ine presenT maraeT pnees ox ricngnous can Duy
With confidence that every article they purchase of
Habbell ft Hunt, is marked as low ns it can be
sold by any u s etablc dry goods house in the
west, and triu.-t of fbeir rich -roods ate 20 jur ccaf.
firfou- flic r.'-uir prtrff.
The sysfein of srllitur slaple .aoods below cost
and charging exhorbitanl prices on rich goods is
not practiced iu Ibis I'stablisliment, and purcha
sers are particularly requested lobi ar in mind this
fact. The proprietors iinve bei onie fuily lattilfled
that a first class dry noods hous conducted on the
before mcntio-i.-d p'rincijdes can be sttststtted in St.
Louis, not only bv her own citizens, but by the
ntizenfl of adjoining and even distant towns and
cities.
The proprietors have determined to spare no ex
ertion to make it for the interest of everv purcha
ser of dry goo ls to patronise this popular rstab
lishment. and they assure their patrons they hall
hat e many advantages the) they can get id no oth
er dry goods house in the -.vest. Their stock of
nit'is aiii:ss siLSiS
Comprises over
TIijr- Tliottsamt Ioi:avs fl'orlh,
ami is inferior lo no other stock in the Vnited
States. It embraces e cry color, shade and qual
ity fi out i'.2 1-2 cents to Slo per yard. Rooms are
fitted up expressly for displaying i veiling silks and
party dress goods by gas light, at all hours of the
day.
- They have just received from Paris over 2l0
elegant cloaks of the latest stvles, of every color,
qualify and texture, from If 111 to Slotl each.
Merchants "who are in pursuit of choice rich
1 gomis are invitee to can ami examine our siock,as
out pt t(-'c9 for sueli
oods are quite as low as in the
Has
N. B. Competent salesmen are employed who
speak the French and Qerman languages.
Sept20 2in
FALL ANO WINTER MM.
WF respectfully ask the alfenlion of our
friends and the public to our very extensive
and desirable
Sfock of fct asna1lf; i;onds,
now arriving, and which w ill soon be complete iu
evry department) all of which are otl'ered for sale
at the lowest possible prices,
BOON, DUNCAN ft SMITH.
Fayette, September 15, lt-."3.
Tobacco sn-iiiiiiier.v lor lien.
rjlHM subscribers have, in Windsor City, Car
1 roll county,
A TOBACCO STFMMKRY,
Three stories high, 60 by SO feet, in complete or
der. with a superior Press and all other necessa
ry fixtures, now ready for use; which they will
rent for Hie year IQM on reasonable terms. '
The tobacco crop ill Carroll county is larger
and better this year than usual, and a better point
cannot lie selected in Missouri for buying Tobac
co on reasonable terms.
Address, E. & A. T. WINSOR.
September 15 8m. Lexington, Mo.
william .vpntrii, tviit.i.i.,1 p, scott,
Trriej-a-s T-rjgi.Jl or- lRSq
N O BI T SI -hi, S C T
w ItOLF.SAl.r. UKAi.uns IN
BOOTS, SHOES AND BR0GANS
M. 96 Main street, St. Loui... Mo.,
RF. receiv ii.tr their more than usual stock of
Boots, BUoesaud ilruaiis,
i Which will be found milch the largest and most
1 desirable one west of the mountains, manufactured
vim sslv to order am! I lie wioivn uomaniis oi tin-
western trade, coninrlsuig every arucls in their
line.
j Ileitis desirous of increasing their trade with
THE KEECHAXT8 Ox CENTKAL MISS0CP.I,
Respectfully solicit from them an examination of
I lwih Slack ind Prices when in market, feeling fn
My assured tb.-y can offer every inducement, and
! the same will be extended that can be obtained In
aa;i of the Atlantic cities at the same time prc-
lsentingan Unbroken assortment a1 all times,
Mr Particular and oromnt attention elven.to
orders which are respectfully solicited.
August 96. 1883,
J. T. DIJWIi .
i.. .... nn... . ii . , ululm.
DOWSJ.t J.I., CARR &, CO.,
WASHINGTON FOUNDRY
Engine ond Machine stioi.
Comer of Seeondand Morgan sts.,
ST. I.OUIS. MO,,
-IfANUFAC TUHER8 of Sham Engines and
L.L Boilers, 8sa ml Grist Mill Machinery, To
baceo Screws ai d Presses, Lord Kettlee Lard
Screws and Cylinders. Wool Carding Machines,
Y igS i'atent Smut Machinis, Btuldtng Cost
ings, -e.. &c.
Agents for sale of James Smith k Co. s superior
Machine Cards. June 2, fiH.
R. II. BAILEV,
WflOT.KSAlF P(tFRCTi0Nlt,
Corner Spcont, Pm." Strctp,
st. i.ons. MO..
peof folly .".ill J our attention to Ins
o oo. .'- ir-uilio'lli Ol
LARUE A JD SMALL STICK CANDY
SL't.AR l'LU.MS, ALMOND COM KITS,
Ruck Candy, ffytsti and Lvzcnges.
Also to his assortment of Fancy Kiss papers, Fan
cy Boxes, Cornucopias, fee., for confectionary.
His articles an- Dtamifactured expressly for the
( oiinlrj trade;ai:d ihoir superior ipialily is well at- 1
teste.' bv tin- laige and inereasimr sa!.-s. and lb" al I
ready well established iepUta,tlon which they have
acquired, believed to surpass that of any other es
tabli 'hiuetit iu St. Louis
CW1 Irders solicited and promptly supplied.
October 7, 1S.V2.
LUMBER, LUMBER.
rp HI', subscriber, thankful for the lihe.nl patron-
1 at;e heretofore exti nded io him, respectfullv
. V I ....... . . t ,
uiioniii n nidi no iias jusi receiteu a.':
ready lor sale
5o,noo feet worked flooring, assorts
80,000 f.-ei Poplar Wealherbuarding
5H.ii(i0 f.u t elear white Pine, rough;
pi.ono feet Poplar, assorted:
t:d has new
100,000 Pine Shingles!
iO'.i.lttlii i'ine Lath.-;
d.iiihi 1 it - sash, a- ortnlj Toiretlier with an
as-ortuient or Doors and lllitu
lie w ill be con Uuitly receiving additions, and
win 00 ai an limes ai"e to : upply any orders.
TKI1MS Cash, Positii ei v.
April to, '53. A. W. ROPER
G1
IS-.
OcttO
8x101
lOxlSt IfxlOl for sale by
J. S. THOMSON
inVDRIEI.
Q PliRM candles, best mustard, Scotch ale, Lnn
i ' don porter, mixed pickets, Jamaica ginger,
brandy cherries, indigo, cloves, camphire, sniifl.
British lustre, extract logwood, soap, oysters, pep
per, spiee, 'giiifi r. .-..da, aloratus, butler and soda
iiifliftci, auu.'.i.i'. iji.i.ii uiu-., I'.i'L'iisu w annus,
w hin- wax. yeast powder, SXtract vinlUs, extract
lemon; nutiu..Ks. cloves, vineirar, OurrV combs,
irUirons. lea kettles, lohoer.. nanlines. i.iiar
bucki Is. chump, tub. A-r A,r '
tckets, c
OctoberJO
J. S. TIKIMSriN.
STEAM BOAT AGENCY,
(jENEfiiL COMMISSION,
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING.
' NANSON ft BARTIIOI.OW,
Commicbiou Merchants and Produce Dealers.
ITCJftjii "c8 h'ave to announce to
JifeiB'J3itheir friends and the public
g neially. that their a; raniremr nts for tlie present
year are extensive and complete, and they are
prepared to receive and forward Produce and
Merchandise of every description with promptness
and on reasonable terms.
They have convenient, ample and safe Ware:
house room, vlst the new and lurge Brick ware
house, erected by Cftptt Nicholds at the lower
Landing, the office and warehouse at the main
Lending, formerly occupied by Nanson Si Robbins
and the largo commodious 1'raineM arehoue atthe
landing of It. W. Lewis &. tiro's,, north Glasgow,
at.eithero) which Merchandise and Produce will
bs received and stored.
gThey pledge llu-ir personal attention fo all
business entrusted to them and respectfullv solici
a continuance frotn the friends of the old concern,
and thepatronari ofthe uublic.
NA-NSON & BARTHOHOW.
Glasgow, ,Ian. I, 1So3.
G. 0. WAGNEZVS
CONFKCTlONAliV & I5AKEKY,
(Nextdoorto 01 til s'Old Comer,)
Wufcr St.rGlouow. Mo.
fTlHE subscriber respectfully announces that lie
I is prepared ill the shorte t notice to fill orders
for cakes of every dcekription, for
Weddiug Oncasions. Sonfftl Parties.
OR FAMILY USE.
Mis stock of plain and fancy catidy is complete,
and embraces, in pail.
I I iMi 1 " CANntVS.
Peppermint. Lemon,
Sassafras) Hoarhound, Wintergreen,
CinnaBOD) Cream, Rose, Clove, &c.
t v. it PS.
Pi-nperinint. large & small I Cinnamon,
Cream " " Flat Lemon.
Dnoes.
Peppermint. 'icfcria,
Acidulated Lemon, Rose.
r.ixcv CANinf.s.
Btar, Vanilla Cream
Flat Lemon, (clear)
Sugar burnt almonds.
Rock, different colored.
Sugar plums, assorted,
Bloomer&adiseed comtits
Plain an i Gill Trench Kisses- all kinds biuiim,
large and small Cornucopias fcc. fcc.
Aliof which will be carefully packed, and de
livered any where in the city, or promptly forwar
ded to neighboring towns. "
Glasgow, Janlo. 1852. G. O. WAGNER.
IlOLl.IN CLARK. -JOHN hllNI RKW. A CROZIEI1.
EAGLE FOUNDRY,
Corner of Main and Biddle Streets,
St. I.ouis, ":.
CI.AKI4. RENFREW & CO.,
MANfl-ACTUnF.HS OF
Stectrro. jVEevcliliiLcry,
HXDRAVUC PRESSES'
Oil and Tolarco Screws, JTort's Patent Saw Lust
Burners, Page tf Child's'
I'atent Circular Saw Mills,
For Horse, Steam or Water Power, and all
kinds of Mill Wo.-k, Sec, 6-c.
THEY would invite the attention of Mill
wrights to their new and lare-e stock of pat
terns for every variety "of Wheel: ; lists of which
will be furnished when desired, by mail or other- ;
Wise.
Their extensive Boiler and Sheet Iron Works,
under tlie control cf A. CrOTier, atlbrds facilities
for Manufacturing an:'. Repairing Boiler and Sheet I
iron wort; m toe most unproved manner.
Good Second-hand Boilers generally on hand.
August if 3m
EDWARD HOI'S. C,
Boiler Maker and Sheet Iron Worker
Main street, between Cicrry and Carr.
St. I.ouis Missouri.
7 "I A V I NO gone lo a very great expense to erect
Machinery for making toilers on the East-1
ern plan, i am now prepared to rurmsn every va-
neiy oi upijer len per cenitun cheaper man anv
other Kstablisbmeid .n the Western country All
who are in want of Boilers will find it to their in-1
terest to give me a call before purchasing else
where. ("Always on hand a variety of second hand
BoiLEBB. Sheet Iron w ork and repairing done at
the -honest notice. All woik warranted.
Sept I tamtfli.
FASH ION A Ii EE VA 5 fJ.OJl! Mi.
BEC
K &. DAWSON,
Me
Ilufrrsfrr.., Glasgow,
re it. receipt of one of the finest stocks
of T.t icons' Goods and TniMMINOI ever of
fend In Giassrow. c'onsistine in Dart of fine
1'ienrh cloths and eassimeres; tweeds; overcoat
ingsi line vestingl of different styles, (fcc., Ac, all
of thebest qualify and latest fashions, which they
will make up or sell at very low rales.
They have also received' their Fall and Winter
Fashions, and respectfully Invite their friends and
the public generally to give them a call before par -cl.asine
elsewhere.
HW Shop next door to Nanson &. Bartholow.
Glasgow. September If', 1853.
S. Hoi-rtt. A. H. Tiio.mi'Son'.
HOUGR & TiroilPSON,
WHOLKSA.'.E DEALERb IS
Foreign & domeatic i.kqokn,
MA'XNSTs.BOONVItLE.
rpHE UNDERSIGN KD having bought out the
i v noiesaie uttjuor store, foj nterly conducted
by Messrs D. DeHaven It Co., will continue the
PenHf.tnn.tRnctoo. ov. Vtn.,tn ,
a- - j 1 , wtiBiiitoa .: . . it. juiiiai. nil u ui
Domestic Liquors
On a more extensive scale than it has heretofore I
been dutu-.
They w ill keen constaMly on hand a large stock
of Double Rectified Whisky, of various brandsiatl
kind: of Brandies. Wines, Gin, Cordials, fee., fee.
ni l Bourbon ami Manonxabela Whisky,
ah i which will be wurrui.led as renresanted. and
sold
any
prices wi
ich shall compare favorably w ith
rket.
HOL'CK
THOMPSON.
Boonville,
Feb. g, 18S3 tl
FUHNITURE! FURNITURE!
-is.--v.
Wt- rt-liini iliaiil
OjllH .JfT ' v"'-v ULMSimSL'I
deypauoliii-;.. . i.- ..11 1 .-M
10 us in the above nrancii or our iiusiness, and beg ' here. We shall at the same time have our BOX
to announce tbll WS hat e jut received our Fall j and Moulding Machine in full operation, to which
Snd Winter Supply, bought St the very lowest cash I WS solicit the attention of all interested We
tates front the manufacturers at Cincinnati and I shall make all descriptions of Moulding used ill
Lawrenceburg, s! of which we received before I building,
the advance of freights, w hich enable us to offer j Our prices in i-very case will be as low as simi
greater inducements than has over before been of- I lar articles can be ftamlslud hv am- other -!:ih.
t.'red in thll marked We will also add that we
have the best and most varied assortment ever
brought to this place. All w e ask is an examina
tion of quality, slyle and price, and we feel confi
dent we can give satisfaction. Our slock consists
in part as follows:
0 marble ton dressing bureaus;
21 plain do;
3(i dressing do;
ti marble lop wash stands;
UOil bedsteads trom tf.'i to $10;
'10 work stands a-sorted:
11 .,. ..1.1
50 rocking chairs from i to ISS
10 wardrobes, walnut and mahogany;
100 dozen chairs, different -ly les. and patterns;
4 marble top eenlre tables;
ti plain do do;
Hair, moss and shuck lualiesses, office stools,
cribs, sofas, divans, lounges, what-nots, hat racks,
fee., fee., fee, Call and see. We take pleasure
iu showing our goods.
NANSON DARTHOLOW.
Glasgow , September 21), lnbj.
TO SPORTSMK.Y.
TJirE tiave on band a large stock of noon dou-
V V hie ami stticle barrel shot (runs and riflps
n.,, 1 , . , w 1 .
Allen's reyoli ers, powder aim blowing horns, &c.,
' " "V' ,e""'''I-' cneaper man ever be
'. . '"
in this market. Also, Gunsmith's mate-
'rinis or every .description
vei ' tlesrr't'tioti.
rWpt2J , SPOTSWOOD fc KirtKDRIOE.
KDWAKI) MUD..." Wl. 11. MAC KICK.
F.U1VAIIU MEAD .V CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
WATCHES, JEWELRY, CUTLERY,
Silver and I'laled Wore, Fancy Goods, Shot
Guns, Hijles, Pistols and Sporting
jlpparnlus.
B-I Main St., coiner of Pine, St. Louis.
ATfE would respectfully invite the attention of
VV Dealers, lo our very large Fall Stock, con
sisting in part of
Gold nnd Silver H'Htches, Jewelry,
pa vf a MActri: noons,
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Plaled Spoons and
Forks and Britlania Castors. Silver Spoons
and Folks, Silver Cups and Goblets, Mu
sical Instruments, Spy Glnrse9,
Watchmakers Materials, and It general assortment
of FANCY GOODS.
Importing our Foreign Goods direct, ond pur
chasing thoM of AL.erican make of the manu
facturers for cash only, we are placed on an equal
footing wilh (he best Eastern Houses, and can of
fer butler iiidueemr.nls to our CnstotnetS, By pur
chtsihg here, the weslern dealer sates the expense
and time of a journey east, and all the extra char
ges for freight and Insurance, with the uncertainty
and vexatious delays in reeci; iug his goods, and
secures the very great advantage of an carlv
market, and the facility of recruiting his stock
with new and seasonable goods as frequently as
occasion may require.
With au experience of eighteen years in the
whole-air trade in St. Louis, we believe wc are
acquainted with the styles of goods suited to the
Western trade, and WOtlid beg leave especially to
call attention to our very large stock of
Single and Double Barrel (Jut's,
of Damascus Wire. Stub and Plain Twist, which
have bren selected personally by our Mr. Mead,
who has been spending the last three moiiths in
Europe, making pUrchaseji of goods iu the Eng
lish. French and Swiss market-;.
Dealers will find it to their interest to give us a
call before purchasing.
EDWARD MEAD ft CO.
St. Louis, August 18, 1853.
m r. i. v i m, g ,
FASHIONABLE JIATTEll,
No. IS, D-'ourrii Street.
Opposite the Planter's House. St. Louis, Mo.
WOULD respectfully call the attention of
strangers visiting the city, to the fact that
he keeps on hand all the leading styles of gentle
men's hats HIS OWN STYLE and lie inv ites to in
the special attention ot me neau monue, reeling
sssurea mat tneir aeciwon win stamp u pgnn
,i..o. ...as.) - x. 7 ,
ot youtns- ano cniuueirs rnu y nau auu v..iis,
ftc.,&c. In connection will be found TavNKS,
Valises, Cahvv.t Baus. Uvhukllas, Canfs. and
sundry otlier articles too numerous to mention.
Api'il 14 R.L.MELVILLE.
REAVES FOR SAI.F. f&
The undeisisncd will keen constantly.
on hand Negro Men. Women, Boys and!
Girls iu Huntsvilic. All persons who Wish lo buy
Negroes oar make it their interest to call on the
subscribers, or address them by letter, giving de
scription of the kind of slave desired,
(gjAll Negroes sold warrented io come up to
recommendations, or tak -n back or exchanged,
H. L. RUTHERFORD,
WM. D. MALONE.
HuntsvilIe.Dee. 23. Visi
E. P. PITT MAN.
W. H. PITTMAN
PITTMAN 8t BROTHER,
(Sncccf-soi" to Tcvis, Sons & Co.,)
IM rOBTLnS AND WHOI.KSALi: HKAI.i'.H IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
JVu. 97, Main street.
June 2. ST. LOUIS, MO.
FINEE1 & itC;iIEKTV,
CORNER ST. CHARLES & TIFTH STREETS
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
i -It.
iJt-owi! lna.'.ulnetur varwaes's, baron
1 SIX chrs and Rubrics, t .::..tlii r v. ith har
mless of thebest style and material. Person:- Visiting
i the City are respectfully invited to call at their es-
tablishment.
Jtefcr to Mr. John D. Penny, Glasgow, Mo.,
i ...:,!. i. ........ ...i... u.. i
t, e.v a iki
'
BLACKvSMITHING.
WILLIAM KADEN rcsuoctfullv in
forms the ci(i'erF ol' HowarJ and adjoining
counties that he is preDarod lo do all work
in i ne aiiovo line ifi a UTjenor manner.
O..MI.. ntt.-.,4:n . :j it oi : -
pairing broken Machinery, ironing Btiegies.'Car-
riages,&e &c. Work antrnsted to him will be
done in the bet inaiini-r and on leasonalle terms
frS?"Shop fu st door bdow Thrailkill U. Carson's,
t-hiscn'.v. Ma 19. 1852.
; : '., , . -
W. A. XEIOIV.
; Wholesale Comniissioti Mcrcliantl, 1
xtnd Manufacturers' Agent,
No. 11 Locust stiect between Main and Levee,
ST. LOUIS. MISSOl'lU.
Au'ENT run
Wheeling naner mill
Prttsb'ghflinf glass works
; Steubenville do; do grcs'ti do;
j i. i, type tounderyj tio windor do;
j Front's fancy inks; Wheeling glass works;
iNewYcrk printing presi manufactory
I Llgblbody'l printing ink;
I Cincinnati fancy soap manufactory;
; Brighton bucket and tub factory ;
i Kroven wooden ware manufactory;
! St. Lone, wash board factory.
! Proprietor of the St. Louis improved salamander
lire proof sale factory.
Purchasers arc reduested fe call and examine
prices, as we can and will sell lower than any
; other house in the west.
rscptso-
ST. (.(H IS PLANING mil.
lor.NV.H OF O'FAM.OM ANn TMISI. I vr.l
TUI.t TS
Offict South side, of Olive,
Between E'oiii'tL & !.?ii;h sis.
w
TE are now prepared to fill all orders for
White SKB Yellow PiHI Ft.oonixn, in
any quantity and of the different oualities. Our
slock' is now wt U seasoned, And orders from our
friends and the public generally, will meet with
prompt attention. We are also prepared to fur
' l!ili Shelving, Sheeting and Fencing, and all other
teriptioni of dressed lumber used by carpenters
in building.
On the fust of October pext, we will fill orders
tor every description and any sizes of Sashes,
Doohs. Window Bliitdi and Frames. which wc
will guarant ie to b.- fully eunal to anything of the
.kind iiia.li- I'hisi or West. The mite unerv broueht
from 1I1 lhi-t for the purpose, wo can safely say
is suoei or to anvthiriir of the kind now in us..
ir.L-" - r: 7.... ' '
iisnmeni m ine city.
It is our intention always to keen a full sun-
ply of all the articles we manufacture subject to , '"oustantly on hand n full aesortment of
order, and in every Instance our friends may be as- tB unet and Upholstery materials,
sured that their orders will receive immediate at-1 Orders from manufacturers and dealers in the
lention, and the articles sent in every case equal to fi0', a,to"dod to with dispatch, and every ar
their recommendation. cle packed and shipped in tlie most careful inan-
Sepl5 $5.
WADF.,STILL1- CO.
To tlie Ladies.
WE invite the attention of the Ladies to our
slock of Dress Goods, embracing all the
usual styles and fabric, and consisting 111 part of
black and fancy dress silks silk plaids, very fine
all wool di Laiues, French ant' German Merinoes,
atindi chines, watered silks, (tc, ice. Also, a
lare stock of Embroidered Goods and trimmings,
of the newest stvles.
Sepl2t2 SPOTSWOOD ft KIRKBRIDE.
h: vi. r. tn.trVE,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIE DEALER IN
Watehes, ( loekn. Jewelry, Silver
unit a-surea ware,
Fine table and pocket Cutlery and Fancy Goods,
12(1 l-nurlh Hhmml
Glasgow Row,
RT. LOUIS, MO.
ALL kinds of Watches and time pieces rr uairee
and warranted to keep lira.
Aiurnrt 4. 1IU
IAS, S. THOMSON. I ll as a. M NAtn.
THOMSON &. M'NAIR,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING
M E II C II A TV T S ,
qLisaow mo.,
X 70ULD respectfully announce to shippers 1 1
VV Tobacco, Hemp, and producegener.-illy.sjnl
to merchants of the interior, that they are now
prepared to transact all business in the above line
with promptness and dispatch, and on liberal ft in. .
A share of patronage is solicited.
(J Ample arrangements made for warehouse
room.
REFERENCES.
Taylor fc Murphy,
Patton & Gorham,
E. T. Gnerin.
McCampbell. Coatee ft Smith,
HuntsvilUi
Samuel & l.ilmatt,
W ight & Taylor,
D. C. Garth. Esq.,
Lewis Collier, Esq.,
David Tatum .-.,
H&neiikampi Gilpin, & Co
Russell & Bennett,
E. .1. Gay 4. Co.
U. N. Douglass h Co.,
Johnson & Ewin,
Boon, Duncan t Smith,
Wm. R. Bnslton,
John Schafrpth,
Nelson tc Co. ,
John Vilcy, Esq..
W. Wfsytsiuj Co.,
Win. Upton 4 Son,
J. W. While, Esq.,
Flore & Gorham,
Glasgow, Jan. 13, fso'!.
St. Louis.
Fayette.
Roanoke.
Florctta.
GLASGOW FEMALE ACADEMY,
UN II HR THK MAKAGKMFNT Or
Dr. U. S. Savage and Lady,
TT1I.L open the next 'session on the first
V Monday in September next. The course of
instruction) as ftetofore, wfu be IhoroSlfh and prac
tical, fitting the pupil for the active duties of life.
The training the mind to think, a methodical pur
suit of knowledge, order and regularity in the gen
eral management, as w ell as a strict regard to' the
health, morals and manners 'if the. r committed to
their care, will be bailing coifMpFations with the
Instructors. Music on the Piano and Guitar,
French, Drawing and Painting, will continue to
receive ti e constant and immediate attention of
Mrs. S. , and be so arraftored as not lo interfere wilh
the re-ruiai- course, but so hlrndcd as to make the
i e interesting and iiiolttab!
j the Principal and Ins Lady occupy the -Board-
"si .too.,-. Buiviiiini; uiu .'tiiio'iat , wnicn is new.
spacious, and comfortable, Whereyotmg ladies can
board, and receive their constant care and atten
tion. It is very desirable, and w.il tc much to
the interest of the pupils thai Uiey reside in the
famiiy of the Teachers, as it is supposed they wi'l
U-ke a deeper interest in their mental and moral cul
ture. Young ladies from a distance should be furnished
with towels, gum overshoes, umbrella and Biol.
TUITION:
Per session of live months, from . $8 00 to $1-1 (10
Music on Piano or Guitar $17 00
Use of Instrument 3 00
French, Drawing and Painting, etc. 10 00
Boarding, everything furnished, per week, 2 00
All the text bocks can be had of the Principal.
For further particulars address the Principal, or
Rev. C. D. Simpson, Dr. T. N. Cockerill. or A.
W. Roper, Esq:, Trustees.
Gla--i:ow August !, 18&3.
CILASOOW HVFIRMARV.
THE necessity of such an establishment in our
city, where strangers and persona from a dis
tance can receive such medical and surgical atten
tions as they may require, has induced the under
signed to unite in such an enterprise) and they hike
this method of informing the public that they now
have rooms ready for the reception of all who
may wish to avail themselves of its advantages.
The benefits of such establishments it is hardly
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tent and attentive nurses, ill be furnished on much
more reasonable terms than they can bijworurtd
at hotels, or even in private families.
L P. VAUGHAN, M. TV
H. H. CROPP, M. D.
JNO. A. CAMPHELL, M. D.
F. W. Dn.Gtis, Superintendent.
Glasgow. March 17. 1863 ly
BRUNSWICK
HOUSE.
By IV. Hurry.
fill, b.ibseiibir has removed ids lft,.' m
Rv nr. st
the two lare;e and commodious hnitdlnaa or.
Mam street, a few doors belcrw Isaac BrinVet'S
Store Md nearly opposite that of IV. & A. John-
"u w.itre ne will be pleased to 10 see his old
i l,,"js M1" tlM W e'!?r!,),. Pledging Usasett
j '"""'n V ' -V "'i'!,'!. " give satisiaction.
iHiM.-smiuw.iD ,o:u Lri3 I'.ir CailiC ana
horre:-. A Bur. elegantly fitted up and supplied
! with the choicest liiptors. is attached to fhe Hotel.
1 lie stage uincc tec the Western and Northern
Mails is kept at bis house and all persons 'ravel
tinK on either line w ill receive prompt attention.
The public are assured thn he is not a Btt, but
t true tim," sniLJr Stopping at lus hcuse they
i will find ii to their interest.
Mthougfi my opponent of the "City Hotel!" ha
endeavored to monopolize the trade, by
I late stand over my head, I hope the tr'ai
renting mv
ope ne traveline nnb-
I lie will give me a call aid test my ability to cater
i to their war.t
?.'. HARRY.
August 11, 1S53 tf.
St;J tl:c Excitement prevails la
IKranoUe, at
WHITE'S NEW STOHE.
A Mammoth Stuck of Goods Landing from
ih. Eastern Cities!
2,500 pieces brown muslin 4-4 w ide af 0 cents-
l.i'iiii ito Mig.
and Amor, limits at l to Wiei
IKS ,i ;. ,t,.i7nro;V.7i LZ.Z ".:.7:'
100 do do do
k roods for iadies wee
10(1 do cloths,
sale ver v low :
atinettl and eassimeres, for
I l.Otaj coats, pants, e;fs, shirts and drawers
i.i
manufacturers' prices
25 b 6xes hais and caps of every variety, from-
o ceiii-i 10 co;
30 cases boots and slues, for summer snd fall,
very cheap;
100 ladies' and mens' saddles, warranted as good
as any can be made ii, the Stati, for kale at
from $5 lo 16i
10,000 lights window sash, all sizes, at f ;c each;
800 boxes window elasrs
A large stock of furniture, nil kinds;
loo bills old Cinucinnati rectified whis!
ky;
000 saeks salt in large twilled bags to arrive io
a few days. J. W. WHITE,
Roanoke, Mo., April 14, 1S53.
2 .j 23. X'-'r.T-ra?,
-Bs,U. iwa. ji ftireet,
Tb now- receiving his Fall Slock of fine, low
!'!c.lJ,'f '' Pnmltiire, to which he
would invite the attention of bis friends, former
pa rons, and the public in general; being confi
dent lie is orenared to soil tl ...:.-:...
l.l, - -- I .'.- ,..'. II1.IIUI1IV Ol
I those in search cf any article in Ih.t, Ilen
fiiriherriore ean -.villi' Coll r,.(;,i, ' 1
worfccp! tor sale
tier.
Locking Glasses and Looking Glass Plain in
any quantity desired. ' '
The number i"
9 Main Street Fast Side,
ctie,.ort,'L-:V!:irl"''t a"rt r'''f. Sh Louis.
P ,' lWi B. B. FLINT,
KfEW GOODS
AMER 0AS
ae 0W receiving and opening our
i-ii, 1 , aU 19H Goods,
t the largest ever l.ro, ,,,1.1. m , ',. . .
boe., .T.i..Ji 1 7"i .,v !ai"Vij which nave
signed, and embraces every description of Ladies'
Dress Goods, from lb,, eh ii
.''. v, .' .'.'II III T IA I. '.ol I...
1
Sf0 , I""1'1 and style; ready-made
1 " II' V I I11' ....1
n.. --l'"'''i anil rinoes, Haidw
. '-""" "' "iiicu we will be p eased to
show to all w ho will favor us with a call b.lievin.
we can make ,t fo thei, interesl to nuTclW o "St
riease call and examine our goods.
I.OR A I
DAMKRON
Riaeextw. Auasist Jfl. Igig

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