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GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1854-
niti.li SPEAKING. CaSPAI Bltti . candidate to represent Clmriton county in tl, loner branch of the next Legislature, will address his fellow-citiiens it the following named places anil time, to-wit: ('Ink Township at Westrille, 1st Saturday in June V. How Creek do at W. Rookers, 2d do do ChiritOA do at Old Clmriton, 3d do do Prairie do at Mose, Hurts, 4th do do Kt tesville do at Keytesville 1st do in July Bee Branch do at Jim. Thomas, 2d do do Buffalo I.ick do at Martin Hurts 3d do do Brunswick do at Prunsw ick, 4th do do The Blakely Family will give one of their popular concerts, next Saturday Evening, in the Presbyterian Cliurch. For particu lars see bills of the day. The Company has been detained several j days, in oonieqnefloe of the sickness of Mr. Hubbard. He is about well again, and they will favor us with an evening's enter tainment before llity leave. They will have a crowded house, and hear wilh them Ihe j good wishes of nil who bear them. Congressional Canvass. Last night's Western mail brought us ac counts of Mr. FloUrnoy's speaking at Tren ton and Nevada, in Grundv county. In Trenton, he made a powerful effort of 40 j honesty and disinterestedness, and do but minutes, in which he "convinced ull who 'crook the pregnant hinges of the knee that heart', him that he had neither capacity to j t""1'1 mny follow fawning.' " BR the place he seeks., nor sense enough to j EwTt.Perhaps no stronger evi know Jus own weakness." At Nevada, , AeBM C!m he adduced of the intrinsic value luilee Smith, of Llntl. met iiim. and cave 1 ' ' ' B Iiitn lomeUring to do. We will publish our cerrcspondeixc next week. Concert. The Ladies of Fayette give a ' . ,r . - , voncert next Monday, evening, tor the ben- j efitot the College. They will havt excel-1 lent music, vocal and instrumental, refresh- menU, tocn mi all may promise themselves ( -l.t ., -d ,;i,,.4o - . I...!.- "1 -"' - " I ble enterprise. The question is net who will go, but who will str.y away. Ssiao Boats. Two ol' the Snag boats -passed down yesterday evening, aud two with us in the joy we experience, that the this rnwrrring, having operated in our river ; Supreme Court this morning gave its deci untfl they exhausted the appropriation. 1 on I'ncific Railroad Tax, sustaining . its legality. Thus the question is put at Isabf-l. See card of this favorite Pack- rest forever, and nothing exists now to prc- ... - . ' 1 T, 1 I , I 1 1 1 . .. ct. She is owned by her Commander Mid "lrd. t,-lir, ntn ll i ,,roiir,li hnsi .e men. sni! rim '.heir boat to published tune. !Mie Has always been a favorite, nnd always will be, while the Messrs. Hopkihs arc on her. ! JT3Vp nr,. nailer oMioDitinoe In Mr. i ..- B Morris, clerk of passenger packet,'' tit. Louis papers, over a new leaf in the "lightning express of 1 Now Lucy, for files The Lucy is turning our river, and the old fogy crafts of former days give her a vid berth, and any day she chooses. Success to Capt. Conley. His enterprise and ener gy are worthy of all commendation and pat ronncc. , ., ,, Gbadiho, n.o street and aiue-wallc on Water street, between Market and Com- nr?rce, has been partially graded, the Olty Council, on Monday, passed nn Ordinance a-miirino- the balance of the nronert hold- -. w. - 4 , j erl to follow suit, mt cave tl. mi too much . . I time. We hope llu y will not cliiitn the ben- ' cfit of the lime, but have the work done at ... . . ot' ce. It will add much to the beauty ol the ! p'ace e.tcd and the convenience of all inter- Thi; EcLlrSC. The Eclipse of Inst Frl- dnv was verv nnrtlal in this latitr.de. No ! one would have observed it from the dark ness, and had not the event been announced beforehand, it would have attracted no alten- tion. It. failed, most signally, lo give satis-i faction, even to our devil, who was fellolta. ting himself on a respite from work, but found it sufficiently light to continue type sticking. We shall have a report boon from the wise ones of the lurid, when the failure will no doubt be satisfactorily ac counted for. Ennoas Aboct. Dr Hemdon, of the Hunlsvlllo Recorder, and Mr. White of the Trenton Pioneer, were in our place the other day, both looking well. NnvspArrus. Mr. Provines of Colum- Ll ,, . , Ilia I niii-mn- , l! .. . . ' """P w " v"" J Record establishment, and will take charge of the paper. He is a true Whig and on able writer. Mr. Raymond has retired from the Ful ton Telegraph, Mr. Williams being sole proprietor again. IkooDtD Stock. Mr. Oswald Swinney received a shipment of blooded stock on Tuesday, from Kentucky, consisting of a hull and six sheep. They arc of pure blood, very handsome animals, and looked remark ably well considering their voyage. 5rjJ"Thc June term of the Howard Cir cuit Court commences on Monday. We understand the docket is not very full. jrJTwo deaths recently occurred in Mon roe county, by administering arsenic for quinine. son of Mr. A. Club, of Randolph county, while playing with a rope, which was fastened to the rafters of u crib, broke his neck. Governor or Kansas. It is generally understood that Dr. John J. Lowry, of this county, will receive the appointment of Governor of Kansas Territory. School Commission eb. Capt. N. B. Giddings is spoken of for School Commis sioner, at the August election. He is a Ben ton man, in politics, and is brought forward by the Benton papers. Mr. Jno. W. Henry rrresent ineitmbent, is a candidate also. Boone Couhty. Jas. S. Rollins and Odun Guitar are the whig candidates for the Legislature in Boone. We hear it in timated they are to have opposition, in the shape of independent whig candidates, un der locofoco training. Resigned. Mr. Everett of Massachu setts has resigned his seat in the United States Senate, froth and alter to-day, June 1st. Private business and delicate health is the prime cause. Humiliating Confession. The Wash ington Sentinel, a Democratic paper in good standing at the Federal Capital, and con ducted with marked ability and indepen dence, says: ''There is no disguising the fact that the Democratic party, powerful and tri,lmi)hnnt as , wa lwclve month! ago, is now supine and indifferent and distrusful. There is no disguising the fact that the elements of opposition have been growing every day. A universal distrust has grown U) amon(, ,he pcoplCi ev-n among lhe tru est and sternest Democrats, who believe that they have been duped, defrauded and cheated, and that the high places of the Tnvunimpnt nrp surrounded hv mpnn. low. I mid oontemntiblc men. that keen off from i i tbo liichpr sources rverv rvnression ol : . . . r ' .1 sources and unrivalled usefulness of Aver's Cherry ! ....... .. . - l'ectoral, tlian the tact, tnat in order tol supply the demand the Proprietor has been : compelled to build an immense block, oc- j cupyitij? a large part of a square on one of our principal thoroughfares, five stories of by h LWllt-rv . rot the preparation of the Cherry Pectoral alone. As this article has now won its way to the public favor solely by its success in CUrilWf disease, this fact is some comment on its virtue.' . !.. rl II A.I. .C.., Pacific Railroad Tax Sustained. 1 We announce with pleasure, feeling sat-1 istied that our readers, too, will participate w oo wng punou ioiw.uu . I iiiu triumphant eorr.plrtion. 1 he ues- litTv ni St. T.e.nts is rialhTM tr. her citizens Klri(H.s and gilded w ilh the radiance of un-1 surpassed prosperity, We thank the Judges I of the supreme Court, and th! frienda of oi, i,nui!t iiiiei nvr liivoinu omoTlfri-e, thank them too, for rendering the decision . ....... .. . .. . . . .I thus early, ana piecing a quwius on an creaking.--Eve. News, 27th. ' -,. :w.rt-a,'...r-moi-.,w.T JL snip ror me jiurposs: or carrying on me ST. LOUIS MARKET. woo'len maijtjfaciusing business. From the Evening News, 27th. : AI the old stand formerly occupied by James R. , , ,.,., LyHK, aa a Mill and Carding Establishment, sit- Thc market for most articles of produce closes at.ll OI(,h. roai leaiUnj from Glasgow to Hunts- dull, the foreign nc.ys having bt little efibct upon ville, three miles north of Glasgow, and three Flour, Wheat or Com. S. F. Flour $fi SO and quarters of a mile from the Chariton Church, and dulr; Wheat $1 KlrTi.Sl 3j for spring and good red, white SI 60 Corn 4f46c) Oats 0ft.3t'Hc. j'rovisions and groceries inactive. Klver at a , Island. Freights unchanged. ,r , , , r ,, , . . . . j Tobacco. About twenty-five hhds sold to-day ( ot pre, i01!, prices. Manufacturing in demand at $9 to (12 per UHJ lbs. HrJir -Sales this forenoon of about 850 bales, ! c!1"'"y ror "ie uh' K,ver- 3D bales at $1.1?; 25 111 1UI1 ill B1UU. NIU l, IJ Ull, U11-IIUI , , ... . . , V .,. cartained, but understood irat to be above $10C. Between 500 and COO bales still at the levee, and over 0,000 in store. Yesterday but one small lot sold no bales at K.15J. Diffltulty in procuring ''eights to the Ohio river, and other causes, ren- i der the market dull. Good to prime undressed quuted from S15SU) $105 per ton. Flow We quote country S. F. slow sale at 5(1i fjn"v ?0 - lo 6 ni cx,ra $7t! 7 25I ' city S. F. So 02 1(3 SB 75. I Wheat. We quote good and prime red at . $1 30(u,$l 35; choice $1 10. White $1 50 ex- elusive of sacks. Provisions. Sales to-day of 200 bbls" mess Pork '' dealer at $11 50, examined. No sales of lard; No. 1 to choice, in bbls and tterces quoted at 48-00. Sales of 155 bulk sides at ' 4.1c. No iots of hulk meats of any size at the ! levee. Provisions generally dull. Bacon. No sales reported to-day. Some in quiry for clear sides at 6'(o,6. Last evening 6 ; casks sold at file, and 10 choice at li;c. Shoul- ! ders and hams dull. Hides. Flint sell at 14(14 f lb. Groceries QUiet. nles last evening of 100 hhds sugar at Ue) B0 at 'ie. Molasses dull prime 10 Hej 61 bbls last evening at 184c in-1 , fcrior prime Rio Coffee lie for good, llifiSllSc for ft b G. A. Salt $1 t)5tg,l 70. Bef.k Catti.l. Good to prime $T$7 75 per 100 At TOBACCO. ti .. i. !,-,. 1 . c. .,, i, ........ u... .. . .u.. . T and medium qualities up to Saturday sustained a decline of fully 50c hundred. Yesterday pri ces showed n slight improvement. We now quote new crop as follows: lugs $3 ffitj ?3 75; medium ini,a, ana shipping leaf B9aO, Old lugs J4 toll 60: medium 914 IA to M fin. mil shinninnr and manufacturing leaf $0 to $1: 1 " s .1.. ! of the week are JS2 hhds. Louisville Journal, Isabel, Chouteau- i Lucas, Wineland Clara, Clieever Honduras, Weldon Edinburg, Bowman New Lucy, Conley Kale Swinney, Uoitaiu Delaware, Raker 4WEST nowN ( Aubrey, Reeder Sonora, Labarge Banner Slate, Holland Sam Cloon, McCloy Elvira, Doiier Kate Swinney, Goddin Isabel, Chouteau Clara. Cheever May ....do.. .do.-....do-. .. ..do.. ... .do.. ....do.- ,. .26 ..28 ..28 29 30 ...30 ...31 ...31 FOKWAKDING & COMMISSION. GEORGE F. HILL, CENTRAL WAREHOUSE, Nos. 146, 148, 150, 152, 154 North Second street, Between Washington Avenue and Green St., ST. LOUIS, MO., WILL attend to the purchase or sale of Tobac co, Hemp, Lead, Flour, and Western Pro duce generallf. maylS-flm .u . -tCAMI up. May 25 do 2t) do 27 do 27 do 28 do 29 do 30 1 do 30 spots wood & it i Kit nit i nr.. DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, (neenswart, tic, GLASGOW, MO. NEW GOODS- WE are now in receipt of our stock of Spring and Summer Goods, which for beauty and variety is not surpassed in this market. Every article, ns heretofore, will be sold at the lowest possible price, and every exertion rnnde to please, apt) SPOTSWOOD & KIUKBRIDE. LADIES' DRESS GOODS. A LARGE and beautiful variety of Ladies Dress (roods, consisting of pl'aill and bo ipiet Silks, Bareges, Tissues, Challis, Organdies? &c. also, crape shawls, mantill.is end talmas, all of which it will afford us pleasure to exhibit. ap(i SPOTSWOOD & KIRKHRIDE. EMniioiiERiEg. SWISS anil Jaconet edgings and iusertings, uti dersleeves, chemisettes, collars, liouncuigs, sec. in great variety; tor sale ny ap6 SPOTSWOOD & KIRKDR1 1)1'.. fl ALI, PAPER. TVi EARLV KXii) pieces of every grade; among J-l tliem some iieautitnl rlesigns. tor sale o ap6 SPOTSWOOD ic KIRKBRIDE. CARPETS. t HANDSOME stock of Carpets, from 50c A- to 51 o per yard, tor sale Dy apO SPOTSWOOD fc KIRKBRIDE. CLOTHINe. H L.Tlt li.non' drap d'etc, hrown and white linon duck coats, vests and pants in great variety; shirts, collars, together with al most every article belonging to the clothing line. lor sale ny apo SPOTSWOOD & XIRK11RIDE TO C'ARPEcVTERS. WS have for sale a large stork of PLANES. Warranted of the best QUnlityl also. Car- penters' tools of all kinds, which will he sold low r.C. CDOTWlOh UIIILIIIJUlf !r Hardware. WE have paid particular attention to this branch of our business, and can exhibit the largest stock of shelf hardware to b. found in Glasgow. Builders in want or locks, latches, &.O., will do well to give us a call. apO SPOTSWOOD & KIRKHRIDE. Shot Guns uiirt Ridcg. WE are selling our remaining stock ;if Shot Guns and Rifles at very reduced prices. Those in want of a good article at a very low price, are requested to call. ap7 spotswood & KIRKHRIDE. ixiw 1 (f LBS. warranted a "true blue," for sale LUU low.bv apJ7 SPOTSWOOD i KIRKBRIDE. Groceries, &c. w E have on hand and for sale at the very lowest prices, Groceries of every descrip tion, Nails. Castings, Cotton Y'arn, Carpet Chain, Uattini, &c. op27 SPOTSWOOD i KIRKBRIDE. 20,000 ETTKriS OF WOOL WANTED JQ gg CAR13ED INTO ROLLS, AND MANUKACTVUED INTO I.IXSE1S, FI.A'XKIS, BLANKETS, rjvrc .1 r.1 7J . rflHE undersigned have entered into partner- I , ft take mis meiiiod ol iiiionning ineir oni inciuis and customers, and the public general) . that they arc now rea(iy to commence Card Kolls, and will have their Snmninrr onl Wiivmcr Mflpliinpa Opiliningana IttaMllg Aide Ullie.. j In operation by the 1st of June next. Having j dispensed w ith cur old Machine, and procured and i put up one of the Latest Improved Eastern Machine, in its place, enables us to card at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Tr.n.MS for CAMIHO White wool, 5 cents per pound; mixed, 10 cents. One pound of gr.'ase to be furnished to eery 8 pounds of wool in all cases. We Warrant all WorK none oy us to ne I executed in a complele and workmanlike mariner, j With our improved Machinery, and our long experience in the above business, we feel justi- fied in soliciting from the people of the surround ing country a liberal patronage, pledging our selves to give entire satisfaction. For further information we solicit a call. JAMES R. LYNN, April.0 JOHN 6UTL1FF. 1851 New Packet. MISSOURI RIVER FAST PASSENGER PACKET, i t Tne staunch built and comfortable jg2p.'2,U'Uu Passenger SATURDAY Packet. NEW LUCY, Wm. CONLEY, .Master, will run as a regular Packet throughout the seeson between the cities of St. Louis and St. Joseph, leaving St. Louis every alternate Saturday at 4 o:clock, p. .M., and St. Joseph every alternate Friday at 12 M, The New Lucy' will commence her regular trips, leaving St. Louis for Jefferson City, Boon ville. Glasgow. Lexington, Kansas. Liberty. WftS- ton, Iatan and St. Joseph on Saturday. April 9'b; . ' ,th .n(j o7t,. jime mih nnd lth: July 8lh and22d; August 5th and 1'Jth; September 2d", 16th and 30th; October, 14th and 88th November 11th ' - " Qu ler return will leave St. Joseph every alter- nate prfday at 12 o'clock, St., May 5th and lOlhl June 2d. 10th and 30th; July 1-1 111 and 2Sth; August 1 Ith anil gotn; sepiemner rin aim aa viciooer lith and 20th; November 3d nnd 17th; December lst am' Departing from St. Jrscph at 12 o'en ck, m.. Weston on Saturday at 7 o'clock, a. M.; Fort Lea ; ve,,worth. 74 a. m.,' Parville. V a. ., Kansas 101 a. m.; Wayne City, 12 m.; Liberty. 1 ;! WJJM liogton, 5 f. K. Farmi ille Landing. 6 r.M.J Lex- j ineton. Sunday. 7 o'clock, a. m.i Dover, 8 a. K.i ; Waverlv, 9 a.m.; Hills Landing, in a. m. -ill- 1 ami. 12 M.t Windsor City, 1 p.m.; ilrunswi 2 1 . mi.: o .. ... 1 1 . .ii.. 1 . ...j ' P. 1 . OIHi:uw. , i"wiiiii, , - r. ji., nnu p.m.: Glagow. JP. m.i n nect w5,, an the lines of travel, East, Northeast and South. Very grateful to the shippers and public for the patronage and consideration extended to them while on the Honduras, we nio-t respectfully so licit the same for the "Nriv Lvi v," promising that nothing on our part snail be wonting to merit the full confidence and favor of the community. WM. CONLEY. Captain. LEWIS MORRIS, Clerk. Nanson &. Babthoi-ow, .i.-ents. myl8 Ji: WKl.Ill .--A large and Hell assorted lot of Jewelry. GREENA II Al'M 4 BARTHS. Fayeitc, May 11. Wantedi-W' want to buy all the tow and fljxTiuen, white linsey. jeans, fea thers, butter eggs, beeswax, aud all kinds of pro duce the farmers may have to spare. GRLENABAUM &. BARTHS. Fayette, May 11. VOTICEl I DO hereby forw arn all persons from trading with my wife Linda, as I will not be respon sible for any contract she may make. WILLIAM MASTERS. Chariton county, May 11 It TO m itt iitvi s. I HAVE on band a verv heavy stock of Barege deLains, Cambrics, Jaconets, plaid muslins, Swiss muslins, brocade muslins in white and col ors, linen and jaconet Edgings and lusertings, palm leaf Fans, Irish linens, bleached cottons, if., which I will sell as low ts they can be bought in . Louis. fmy41 L. D. DAMERON. GREAT C'EXTRAL, RAILROAD LINE! CINJD.i RAILWAY OPEXED From Detroit to Vi lagara Falls! Forming a Direct and Connected Line of Rail road from Alton, Illinois, ritf Chicago, Detroit, Niagara Falls and Buffalo. T ASSEN'GERS going East can now take the JL New Short Route, avoiding the nianv annoy ances they have been Subjected to in taking the South Shore Road around Lake Eric. The dis tance saved, the easy grades, and the large amount of Air Line, make it the MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO Niagara Falls. Buffalo. Albany, New York and flDSSSS. 1st. Moniimr Packet will leave St. T.ouiri dailv (Sundays excepted), from the foot of Washing ton Avenue, at 7 o'clock, a.m., connecting at Alton with the HI o'clock, A. si. train for Chicago. 2d. Evening Pnchet will reave at I o'clcth, p. si., (Saturdays excepted) connecting at Alton with the 9 o'clock, P.M. train for Chicago, De troit, and all Eastern Cities, via the RE.4T WESTER R1IERO.VD. Time from St. Louis to An1 KorA, ftt Honrs! Passengers by the Great Central Rout will take one of the Passenger Packets from St. Louis to Alton; at Alton the Chicago and Mississippi R. It. to lllooininffton; at Bloomington the Illinois Central R. R. to Lasalle; at Lasalle the ChlciCO and Attrtfra R. R. to Chicago; at Chicago the Rlicmgan I entral K. K. to uetroii; at JJetroit the : Great Western R. R. to Niagara Fall? Falls the New York Central R. R. to i at Niagara 1 New York and lloston. Morning Express Train leaves Chicago daily (Sunday excepted ) at 7 A. M. I Evening Express Train leaves Chicago daily (Saturday excepted,) at it e. si, Connecting at Detroit With Morning Express for Niagara FrilN. iJrrivilig in RurTalo same even-' mg, and IfeW York next morning. ANo at De- ti oil with the new, magniriiccnt low-pressure i sieoiner.s PLYMOfTH ROCK. Capt WILI.oir.llnv, WESTERN WORLD, Capt. StannarS, ' MAY FLOWER, Catt. Hudson, Will run daily between Detroit and Buffalo on the north sbore of Lake Eric, and through without landing. These splendid bots are unequalled for their siie. magnificence and speed by any steamers in the world. Lines of first-class, low-pressure boats aNorun daily between Detroit and Cleveland, Detroit anil Sandusky, Detroit and Sault Ste. Marie and Lake Superior. N. B- -Passengers by this line on arriving at Detroit, and going farther East, have the liberty f Inking the boats or the O. W. (Canada ) Rail Road ai their option. Mornuig train from Chi cago connects at Michigan City w ilh N. A. It S. Railroad, Lafayette, lndianopolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, Dayton, Belfontaine, Columbus, Pitts burgh and Philadelphia. f Passengers taking this route will find new and commcrdi-its cars, gentlemanl- conductors. aud attentive baggage masters. : (J"Bagcage checked from Chicago to Niagara ! f llolfis, &.(!.--Falls, without Exchange of Checks. Vy A beautiful assortment of cloths, rassimcrcs THROUGH T1CKF.TS a,ll! vestinfs, at low prices. May be procured nl the Office of the Michigr.n I aplll A. STROUSE fc CO. Central Kallroad t '"up No. 27 Fourth -itreet. opposite Planters' HOittt, And from J. B. Carson. No. 28 Levee, or 50 Commercial Street, and from the Agents at the Packet, and at the Book Store of Messrs. Kellen berger & Atwood, Third street, Alton, and from R. Brower. Springfield, Illinois. G. V. SIBLEY. Ag't M. C. R. R. May 4, ISo-l-ly THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE i A ff-i- Til ! F Incontrovertible Evidence of the lnf alii lie Efficacy and unparalleled Utility of IKIT.SOIt WOOD'S WONDERFUL HAIR RESTORATIVE! VN ariicle that turns grey -haired sires to young gentlemen again, so far as the hair of the head is concerned. Read what follows. It will give the bald-headed youthful look'. turn grev hair to its natural color, and removes all dandruff and disagreeable matter from the scalp. aso nvieorares the Hair, makes it soft and glossy, a the ingredients act upon the roots of the suae'. It has been tested hy scientific, as well as By men who stand nigli in puDlie esteem, ana nas been found satisfactory. Over r.OIM Bottles have been sold within the' last three months. KS"in the city of St. Louis and vicinity, ulone.j and over twice THAT NUMBER iii the Stales of Ohio, Ken-! tucky, Indiana and Illinois. Of the immense number of letters and certificates w hich are Vol- untarily sent every day to the proprietor, nc i would select a few, and present them here to the j public's attention. Stat k ov Illinois, t CAailSLB, June 27, 1853. j 1 have used Prof. O. J. Uml's Hair Restore. live, and have admired its wrlerful effect. My 1 hair was becoming, as I thought, permanently grev. bntby the use of his "Restorative." it has resumed its original color, and 1 have no doubt permanently SO. SIDNEY BREtSE, Ex-Senator, U. S. VlNCENKKS, Inil., June 15. 1S53. Prof. O. J. Wood Dear Sir: As von are about ; to manufacture extensively and vend your recent ly discovered Hair Restorative, I will state, for ; whomsoever it may concern, that 1 hve Used arid known others to use it. That I have for several years been in the habit of using other Hair Resto- ; ratives, and that 1 find yours vastly superior to any other I know. It entirely cleanses the head; of dandt uff. and wilh one month's proper use will restore any person's hair to the original youthful color and texture, giving it a healthy, soft, and glossy appearance, and all this without discoloring either the hands w hich apply it. or I the dress on which it drops. 1 woulil thererore recommend its use to every one de.irous of hav ing a fine color and texture to hair. WILSON KING. St. Louis, Oct. 24, 1."3. I Prof. O. J. Woon Dear Sir: At your request, I willingly give you a statement of the effects of your restorative upon my hair. I commenced its 1 use wdien my hair was quite gray, and I soon be- i j gan to see its effect in restoring ihe natural fluid ' : to it; it immediately begun to change to its native , . J ' ' ' ."'" . '. ., ,1 ,' Kt "tonltV healthy in its effects, but tnat If faith- fully applied according lo directions, no lady will he disappointed. 1 therefore cheerfully rec ommend it to all my friends, and all who have use for SUCh an article! Respectfully Yours. MRS. E. BEARDSLY. St. Locis, Sept. 20, 1S53. Dr. O. J. Woon Sir: I have used nearly two bottles of your Hair Restorative, and have found its effects very MfUtacio1ry It has elntiraly des troyed all dandruff from my head, and restored , 11 y 'hair to its original color, which had become 1 quite gray. WM. TRCESDALE. j y Prepared and sold. Wholesale and Retail,! at .No. 114 Maiket street, St. Louis, Mo., and! No. 606 Broadway, New York. A very liberal discount to w holesale purchasers. J0. Henderson, and Tam.hu Whitji, Agents, Glasgow. April 27-mO oixnY vnvT2, OS t r 1. COMMISSION MERCHANT, JVfo. 3ti Lever, and 72 Commercial street, ST. LOITS. MO. wniMHi Messrs Chiles k Cirr, St. Louis; Messrs. K. M. t.ilgell & Lo. " Mr. II. I. Bodlec, " F. P. Blair, Esq., " B. G. Brown, Esq., " Messrs. Sees J Waller. New Vork; Messrs. Gratz &. Shelby, Berlin, Mn.; Col. Oliver Anderson, Lexington, Mo.; Mr. Benj. Gratz, Lexington. Ky. ap27 3m House aud Lot tor ule. A ifood dwelling house, three rooms. 11 WeFl on an elieihlv situated lot, with the best in the place, for sale. fry Enquire it this nffu " May 11 NEW SPRING GOODS! LARGE STOCK!! LOW PHICES! A. STROl'SE & CO. ARE now receivirur and opening their spring Stock of goods, purchased in New V'ork by one of the firm, to which they beg to call the attention of their friends and purchasers, feeling assured it Embrace Every Article Utdllly called for in a well-appointed Western Store. Which they propose disposing of at L O W F. R R.I T F. S, BVSryihinC considered, than has been customary in this market. Thev sohrit a call and an exam ination of their Goods nnd Prices. Glasgow, April 13, 1853. I iMlirs' Dress ;xl--- I. J A beautiful assortment of figured an' plain oiin.k silks; iiuii-y silk.' ; iii'ir.Tnn Lrot is; cnalln' bareir': delaines, variety of styles; lawns, bareges; loceiner with suitable mmmimrsi for sale tv apj.t A. STROUSE fcO V V Swiss, jaconet and book muslins; Victoria lawns; plaid muslin; dotted Swiss muslins; and other stvles, for sale bv apl3 " " A. STROUSE ft CO. I XiniM t- ! Hound h ! I P Silk. str:uv. rint rhino nearl . leirhnrn and ; other styles all of thi latest fashion, for sale hy A. STROL'SE &. CO. ' apl3 1'IUVC1SMIIU HIMIIII'I I IllMlinl A fine and i vtensive assortment of fl-wcrs and bonnet trlmminn. tor tol h apl3 A. STROCSE & CO. " Tanlillus and Shnwt 1 .JL A heeetiftlj assortment of mantillas and shawls, to which Ihe epe-ia Attention of the la- dies is invited; for sale bv api.- ... aiiiuunt o iu It "rineries I broideries, for sale low hv apU STROCSE 4. CO. Doots. Sliots, Hats unci Cups- J. J Our slock of boots, shoes, hats and caps. extensive and varied, and purchasers will find eve- rj-description and price. apl3 A. STROCSE & CO. I ' i-.M ii ilk;; ; ie. V Having pant particular attention to our i clothing deiiarlmrnt. we are assured we can otfer upcrior inducements to purchasers. purchasers. mkns- CLCTHIHO lescription, ir.aile up from good ma- i Of evrry I terial. and in lhe latest styles of raroiun. HOVS' CI.OTUIM Our stock of Boys- clothing is specially vvorthy : oi consideration, and a complete suit can be pur ! chased cheaper than tile usual price of the mate impierefull can oepur- i rial. ap1;iJ A. bTKUuSK &. CO. Connterpaues A beautiful assortment of white MkrstlHal . and Dimity counterpanes. apKI A. BTROVSK & CO. Clarpetinfc ami n:gs J A larga assortment of carpeting and rugs, to i which the attebtlo'tl of House-keepers is invited. ; apt- A. STROCSE CO. ;.' . t.Ioves and Fans- The attention of the Ladies is invited to our slock of parasols, glOvea and fans, as ttiev will find something verv handsome and cheap, aplil 'A. STROUSE & CO. Under ai inenls Silk. woolen and cotton undershirts and drawers, all kinds and prices. pl3 A. STROUSF. & CO. S Ctt. JOHN III. SOM ETH I NO NEW AND VALUABLE. Thk mo.-t piWfTI'ul Klnit on tht fare cf 'hf z'-.rt: tiovr n$n niprenif io tit- tOMTicaa hpublsB. 'Mi' rjftht efowotd httdj ot Barop iok Into larifn when etMnpfftfaXl m ttiitt of inr ALtri.-in Kmjr. Kurp'-aii Kimr" cmiilny tin- ,-..r r.-ti-i in t!.eni ' Inrrvav the r-lit; "t the rh-h RUl iPl!y. atii to leJiKe to grca'er Uii el-V ftuij il-'r;i (iil.-tl the p'.r Mid Jej-ll- dec?. Our American King bom forth irtMi tM)HffU nlun r.e-s to th luftllf nt in ion .m.i hilUlbli iahiu. reaiyu.Ut. to BibuioblM r.-ivr nni to ofjtr hMitu wwl IwpwlMKi 10 '.hw U'l'v nu-l k wlv. tin Hh nt the (nor DR. .JOHN' lin.l.'S mn nn wu 3d the Tesid UTOelPM T-lf. U'oi.lli. till t tlie Kr-:t'. bleninii erernfft rvl to att.U -l bttMtanhj t tin- sutr-rintf Hii.h"ti. the I)uotor can ..; . tvliel' i t yoiir c juniiiiiii. Vim hn only to u Ibb taagtoal rnnetiy. Atl tlMM who BtUI MirTvr. Mid will not OMrM MM r'rv)ffet'-i balm, duriecve uof the I'lty of their famtnM. This w.tnJerr'ii wrliitlttt. ilMtoM ttai bfW Hod einee It jii:ri'lurou. Iki- o:irrie 1 bApWOMl W t li- h-ar'js Of ihv'U-MiiJ. ond nt htea charn tu niuo who heretofiinj feL'tirJ--! It Ml) ti wluAl1 Md Uilot!!!" exintenre. To the win. in ttn oil Linhu' iir-, RMOIOOoUOM. t'a.D Klilern. ni. l I'ain Kt! r':.'r-, kt iiiii.iJUB of Ul tonjjui- ;roplttini the iiiri.' ot the ijre.ic " AuiericaQ Kioti of rib" nioprrtou eowooonl "oteij opveneta- blM auJ r.Kifii, pioddoad b Atuvri.a'it owu ricti ul Luu:. lull. W woulJ - the l.xMZf. ho arv ;lwax?i romjiftent JuJrfi'i of what U an. I wti! U not n valuable Hui!l)' mJi cine, to iio Hi a H-ial tnot bj riving ibe KUog of i'ain a bitiic trial. OIW If MiMooUsfy. MsVMt their mi i in tl bobolfi re-oujiiiU'l it. IPQgJt Woll aii often of it, OMON (UM H U HOd b) tbtilr atHlcrel niittb..rii The Iuiit ft urt- ulwa) h rtiiritahte. ami when they inJ.u.;e their ullet'.ii fileuJ to u tlii-i rt-ally Taliiaole metiieiuti, tbe will be ijoinaj an Ml ot beuevoleut'e thai they can well bo ptvuJ of Toil U a powerful a tol truly magical remeJy E all external tliuettfet. mnren, xwelliugs. burni, Itc . a iij for many internal alt!i'tiou. It in a rertuin cure, yet it i perfectly bOMUOMi ' UMOOoWi of proJunuK the UoM njuriou-. poooM in the 11101 de.icatc citoea $ th wrakeai iroofetitntioti. It U entirely ueeleM- to fl!o the. olj anj woru-out nyt ttm of pnWMitnd to tlm puMie thousanJ of cuniP cates ol won.len VorfbfwMd by ibik medicine U OOOM but twent-tlve 0OBU to try it : uud lir. llu. I -itakes hi Wflt-earm-'l repuiat.cn tu tttl Kmj of I'ain tli'tug an aci more thou be Ol UlOi f"r it. We wuiJ ak. hare ynu the llhenni&tiitu or 0OU)l tbtMt are not pleasant -uinpauioua. aud we It now that )ou wouid like to dtiv. tlieui away at oon U putt. I'll, thou u.- BOLsVI KiNi; Of PAIH." Would you be ooJod itnAM luiniO'lUte.y, of Bowal Complaint, lanuu;ry. Miuic.r 'otipliu. U holer Mor bus, CtOMO OoUe, Uood 4000, Tooth, or any otner acb or paiu, tnt rtiut-dt U itojOli au-l tltu tare reruia- csr thk BEIAT kind Of pain. TToi-U you hvj your S.re tfwellinfit, i'xit. tt-trnl, S UrolMfO. Ol ouy ether OOttudl btsaied, we repent It, um the Mnrri. iriNfl ov pvin. Would )ou boiOJod of -rrnld ll-nd. StitT Jolntt. Port Thni . u.-ii-i.i. .-i're Una;', UmAmoO, Ttter M Kin 2 WOfO), toil Ktu'iiui, liit4-of IVUmu luctj, I'h-ipped Qond-S and an other lOfOOi either dry or rnuoiug, w ay ajalu and ag-un, . 1 , : Lr. Jobu Uuii'l KIMj OF PAIN ' Would you M rured of King krtl, 'anrr, Ttimrt, Kniptiooe. or auv diceaoe of the pkiu cJtu.ed by Impure blood, tUuu ui lr Joliu Hull' - 1 lutamaily, and the Kintf of Tain extermiiiy, nothlns can be mure ertaiu thau a speedy and eifuctuai cure. DR. JOHN S U LL S I'UINOII'AI. OKP1CK, i aid Crom Strokt, 0 Duoa ifcLow Main, LOUIdVlLLE, Kt. rOKSAUi BT DKUG01STS & UKUCIUNTSTUHODaH- OU1' TUB UNITED STATUS. O. Henderson, Glogowj Powell & Co.. Cam bridge. AgenU. j4 ly CAHPETS It V ill sir onil qtiilitien, cht-aii I O. DAMERON F. A. SAVAGE, DrAi.cn ik FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS BOOTS A-VD SHOES. Hats, Cop, Hard and "eclsuurc, Nails, lie., WATEB STnl.ET, GLASGOW, MO. NEW SPRING GOODS. I AM now in receipt of a large and extensive stock of seasonable Goods, purchased in the Eastern cities in the month of March, on the most frvorable terms. This is the largest and hand somest stock stock of coods I hae ever Differ fed to the public in Glasgow, and will be sold on the nrst favorable terms. I invite my old friends and the public, (to whom I oAffnf n' knowledcinents for the past.) to call aim examine my stock, as I can 3Upnly them wilh lltnoft every article in the dry goods line. I have also a very extensive as sortment of Hardware, Cutlery, carpenters' and other tools, Queens Ware, Glassware. 4c, c. These goods will be sold very cheap. F.' A. SAVAGE. Glasgow, April 13, 1864. SPLENDID DRESS GOOD THE attention of the Ladies is respectfully in vited to a large slock of new and fashionubb Dress Goods. Mantillas, Embroideries, Glbves, Ribbons, Alc, among Which will be found: Black and f.mcy plaid, plsin and orocade dress silks, new and beautiful styles. Tissues, bareges, grenadiries. barege delaines, lawns, French jaco nets, brillinnlines, stripe, plaid, embroidered and nlain swlss niiishiis, jaconets and cambrics. In mv stock of ladies' Dress bo nis I reel conlnlent that any taste can be satisfied. I also offer them j New style Mantillas, rich and handsome, col- lars. -lei'ves. cnenn-en -. nices. n iiiiunng. mil", irlnve. veils, linen cambric handkerchiefs, em- ! i,,,i,!, - . and nlain vests, skirts, silk and straw bonnets, &c. The la.;ies are respectfully request-i P, t0 cal and examine mv stock, as I feel confi-j dent I can please them iii dress goods, bonnets, shoes, embrouleri.s, &c, any and all of which will be sold cheap. 0013 F. A. SAVAOE. FOR OEXTEEilE. T) I..I h, black, hrown. anS green - rencn clollis; rid nnted h.ack; and tency easun.re Sktln, silk, worsted and Marseilles vesting; Black ami fancy cravats and spring stock., While and brown drills for pants; Wool and silk undershirts and druwers; api3 pt SWVGE. - ' ' -' "pvOMESTIC" (iOOOS. JL 2U1) pes brown domestics, 4-4 and ti-4j .Ml" tlleaclll 6il " plain and twilled osnaburg; 4ii " striped osnabtinfand Choetawi o California C-slmere and cottonadesi 20-' tickings and cheeks; Just received and tor sale cheap. apLJ r. A. BATAUti. 1)R - S' , . " e" f"y" "i" Mi .1,-., w.w. , Jo French and American ginghams; oo beautiful, apll lawns ami gingham lawns, new and For sale cheap. F. A. SAVAGE. DOWF.TS J3 w hite, pink. blue, lilac, and straw silk bonnets, new style and very rich; 100 Lawn, English, straw. French wtirked, Belgrade and gossimer bonnets, from 5i)c 'o $5. T"r sr.!e chap. apl3 F A. SAVAGE. Hats. Caps, Boots nnd Shoes. UST received and now open, a large supplvof lints and cans, fools iu.d hoes. for men. hov s and children. Among them will be found fine rnoh-skin. brush, soft white and black hats; Pana toa. Leghorn, and straw hats. Calf and kip hoots and shoes for gents and boys; lasting gaiters and half gaiters, kid and niorrocco boot-, ties and slip pcrj for ladies, misses and children! for sale chep .18 F. A. SAVAGE. CI-OTHUfn. 1 TENS 111.S bbys' coats. pints 1 ves's: A J.TX V erv large stock iust tei eived nnd for sale F. A. SAVAGE. very cheap. aplJ SI1IKTS. f DOZ gents' ready-made shirts, assorted; som. J very line. 4 dozen .lint cheap. iplS F liar.-; fo. sal k. SAVAGE. KJVIVES INDFOakS A FEW sets dining and desert knives, with . . silver lorks; 0 sets ivory x. silver forks; 8 sets ivory handled tentves handled and forks. For sale cheap. apI3 F. A S VfF. II A U D W A n B. AX rxtenpivp stork of HoTdwart)j in rhich will lie found alniost every ilescrijitioti of ?-irpentpr' nnd 'Av.' tol j door lucks ww latch- wronhT nn ! fnt butts t'r floors. windtv,s and y;aies; lug rind trace rhain; Haines; brat and metal kettles: sa I iron-; euliee mills; b$od and hand axes, hatchets l.aituneri, cress cut saw, fftetj fcc and indeed. iifllOlt any article in the hardware line reeded in this country. For sale low. aplS F. A. RAVAGE. 1 , ' . . MUM. A FGWaeti tine French and English China -.. win oe oieneu in a rew nay" onu ior iuie I i hi an. an 1.1 V. A B I V C. V Crrocerles, &c I -S-I Z. ...,,V . , ",n . N DI GO. madder, saleratus, sodl uLi.l ?"'' TtV;1 i, E." j ot liahl srorene. "Dnpon s- keg ami cai.nis er , Dowder.verv sunerior. lead. shot. eana. Ite. l ori sale rlicap. apI3 F. A. BAVAGE. W A IW "CS? ES D . ACO. IJard, Linen, Feathern. Baatwax and l) every article of country produce, tor which the highess price wiil be given. aplS F. A. BAVAGE FAYETTE NEW GOODS. GREENABAUM &. BARTHS, AGAIN' return their thank to their oM friends ami Customer forth litirral parronixehero 1 1 of or, extended them, and are again erauiBed in 1 belns able to Inform Ihen thai the are in receipt . of the Larretl and itot stuck ; F.ver brOttJthl lo Tayette, which were bouuiit on . the most reasonable term? in the Ea:.tern cities. ' , We are determiner! to sell cheap as any other i ho'i-je west of St. Louis. , ftp bMetlhf . This stock was bought with an , eveto the wnnts. wishes, mul we think, tste nf , the ladies iii particulai; ftrj we are gratified in' knowing from the signs of tht times that we iro . not dlennpotnted. tnir stock consists in part of lk ik. ... . t Plaid, striped brocade silks, Silk tissues, plain, plaid and figured; ChaRey, all colors: Hareges, all colors arid Qllalitsti Plain, cross-barred and dotted Swis? j Fine printed ICMfJljMt!rlilitinbriri Large stock crape shawl? and mantillas; Lawns, from lo to 4B cents. Black and tan.-y ginghams, all pia1ities; I Colored and black organdii lawns; Tarleton's. all colors; Bishop's lawn and mull muslin. ; The largest stock of embroideries and ho.-ierv ever brought to this market, and of the Ten finest fjutttlM I Linen cambric handkerchiefs: Ladies' undersleeves. chemiyettes, collar, Ite; Bonnet ribbons, rich, rartfjnd beautiful; Bonnets, silk, gimp and straw, all qiniities and prices; Irish linens, dress trimming., buttons, velvet ribbons, and all other articles usually called for in tlii market. To the gents w e would sav. our stock of cloths, cassiineres. jeans, linen, boots, shoes, hats and raps of all kinda, clothing and everything in their line is complete and cheap. Our stock of hardware, queensware and glass ware is large. In a word, our stock is complete, having every thing usually kept in a dry goods store, and at prices that can't fail to give satisfaction to all. Our stock has been purchased on the best of terms, and we are determined to ell as cheap as anv house west of St. Louis. All w e ask is to call to prove the assertion. fiRFENHBAl'M & BARTHS. Fayette. !vfy 11, 1R54. BLANKS of errrv description neatly minted sndforslvihierr. LIVI S. T AY Oft .' HCOH L. WHITE ' TAYLOR &. WHITE, Wholesale and Retail Dealers ik DRl.S.ttEDiriI.,tE-iTlFFg; PAINTS, OILS. I'ERI't'MERIES, Combs. Brushes. 8oaps, Fati.y Articles; Schodl and .Vuallanrt-vs Ronkt, STATIONERY, kt., QteSQOW, Mo. -V-t7aiTE LEAD, rrd ai d black lead. Kb W seed, lard and castor oils, dry paints, paints in oils, turpentine, window gl.iss. glass ware. &.c. A large st"-k t be found at a mali profit, at Lih3(l TA HJR k WHITE S. ACM ASD VA EE I'EPFER, pepper sauce, C inn anion, cloves, mace, mus tard, soda, saleratus. cream tartar, yeast powder, Pr.foi ft Merrill's flavoring extracts of all kinds at mh.10 TATLOH t WHITE'S. C00"E WATERS fiwii If r-v.u ' $1 SO) Louhins' and Rou3sell's handkerchief extracts, pomatum, ox inarro.v, Maccassars' and bear's oil, tooth paste, shaving cream, and a great variety of all other kinds of perfumeries, which we would invite the users of the. articles to call and examine. mh30 TAYLOR &. WHITE. SCIIOOE ROOKS, Mist Letlle'l Cookery Hook. Sights and Scenes in Eurejpe, Novels; Mason's f arrier, letter, cap ami note Paper, Inks, Pens and Pencils, itc. mh3(l TAYLOR i. WHITE. , J.no. R. Carson. 7.. Handlev CAHSO & II IMILEV, TTrTTflT PCATT inn ICT A TT rnnrrsD aVtX.OiL,t. AMI U.JCIA1L, UKUl.tff AND PRODUCE DEALER8, Watir Sthef.t, Glasgow, Missucui. -ST'resli. Groccrlc (TE are now in the reeeipt of our sprin StoCr- f s of Groceries, which hs been purchased fercesli ltthelbMt pes.-i' le ritti, and will be sum ai a small am ante en coat Out ttck coa sists iv. part r.f Kill barrels whisk?) .'Ohfilo do;" 10" sacks salt; 2011 do dairv salt; &n hbdl N 0. sr.garj 100 bags colfte; on kegs nails; o bugs shot; o cuescs tea; 20 bags cotton yarn; ken. powderi in bales domestic; 10 doz painted paih ; 10 nests tubs; 5 do i u rg; 2 dozen churns; an narrels tiest apple Vinegar 35 boxes bar snap; 3 dozen double parrel .-'not gur.ss A h.rge lot Quincy and Jewett ploughs; 100 boxer. stur and niouiiiridies; do bbls and hf bbls sugar nouse molasses; Hi bbls loaf arid crushed sugar; 2H bbls and of bbls mackerel; ;'5 bxs and hf bxs raisins 25 hxs cheese. Together with a general va rletj of Family Groceries. MM CARSON .'. H.VNDLCT. Furs and PeUrits. E pay the highest market price for Furs and Peltries of every description. wh2 CARSON & HANDLEY. T'DIf-O A KD UtnilER... Fresh and JL warranted pure, for sale by ml.3 CARSON 4 HANDLEY. POWDER AXO SHOT For sale by th pound, kg or bug. hv mh2 " CAKSON A, HANDLEY. Boots and Shoes Of every variety and price, lor saie by mh2 CARSON & HANDLEY. Hats and t aps, all seasons , for -a Various kind low hy and for mh2 CARSON HANDJEY Tins. Gary Edw'd Bovle. (HKY & IIO.I.I , BOILER MAKERS. BLACKSMITHS. AND Sheet Iron Workers. Main st., between Carr and Cherrv. ST. LOUIS. MO. T ATIXN u gone to a very great expense to erect I maeninerv ror niacasmiunng making Boil- 1 ers. and Bbael Iron Work on the most opiiroved t-at.-rn plan, we are r.ow ritnared to furnish evervtluriir NeiunffiTie to cur husmes ten per cent. cneapar than any other establishment in the West ern country. All who are in want of anything in our line of busifiers. w ill find it to their ad vantage to give us a call before purchasing else where. Repairing done at the shortest no:'?. Always on liund a variety of second-hand Boil ers. X. B. Kail Rr.nd .s. Bridge Work, ard every tlescnrtn-n ot hem v Blackcffiithraa deno 1 on h"rt Il0tIce ard acc I Anril6 6m. I minodating tcriuti CARRIAGES AN!) HARNESS. t. n. EOetn, IPi AND lU-i THIRn StBI-.IT, ST. LOI1S, MO., rANl 'ACTl "ER ami dealer in everv de lix sertptton or Loaciies. RockbwTi . Baroueh . (.0,lpcW an, 1' 1CTie. Tor,.,,,-- In pursuit of :.uir. .. i . . a vehicle of almost any style Ol pattern, and who I would consult Weir own Interest, will examine his large stock before j urehaflltf, as inducements will be Oflerefl them s-.ch .- cannot elsewhere Lo ; had. tarriant' Material! Of all description, including Springs, Axles, Wheel Stud"-. Cloths, Ckraeis, and every article I 0ed in the SUSnitracttlr Of t'arriages, which are i oflbred to the trade at the smallest advance from . EA8TEBN PKICLS. f .March t, "4 ly slaves roa SALE. 4 the nndersicned will keen constantly ru hniid Negri men. wori, bo s ami r girls in Hunts'. .Hi'. All persons who wish to bnr N'egroes can make it their otiercst to call on the subscribers, or address then hy letter, giving dc scription of the kind of sla e desired. All Ntgroes sow warrantd lo come up to recommendations, or taken back or exchanged. H. 1.. Rl'TII TH FOHU, WM. D. malum:. Knatrrille, Decernher (S, lscS. ttETORY! JEWELRY! Henry iv. kium, f.1yf.tte, mo,, WonU respectfully announce to the citi. ,-zens pf Howard co,:i,r-. that with ai. expe rience of 15 yesrs in tbi eoinmunitv, h'has sgairi opened a large and .-pkiidid assortment of Fine Gold and Silv Watches, Clocks, Ca'tors, Breastpins, Rings. Accordeon., Flutes, fine gold neck and fob Chair.s. Spectaclrs, Silver Tnblr aud Tea Spooiix. Toys for childrer., Raiors and Suop, bj Cloth II .shes, ic. Watches and Clocks repaid!; all aitiilc w an anted. Grateful f,-r the patronag" of f.'rmer friend", he confidently expects, by strict attention to hi business, tu recehe that of tht entire public. (!?T-.-)p at Smith & Maughs' Drug Store. r aye.ie. May 4, 1854. FASHIONABLE TAILOKIMi. BECK k DAWSON, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, s ivater Street, Uhicow. Are in receipt of one of the finest stork of Tailobs' Goons and Tximmings ever of fered in Glasgow, consisting in nart of fin r. .. r ;1'. , , , rL! J"?" purchssing elaewbaie. 1 bopaet doorto Nao-.Mi c FtH'h-sioe ifia-f. April u, ir.". rrencn cuutis iiiu cassiaieres; iweeus overcoat ings; fine vestilgs of different styles, Sic.. itc, all of the best quality and latest fashions, which th. y will make up or sell at very low rates. They have just received their Spring and Summer Fashions, and respectfully invite !hir friends and the public generally to give them s 1. .! .