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GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1854.
British CoMsir.m k with Russia ahd Ti-Ritr.Y. An article in the April number of Blackwook'a Magazine, on "The com merciitl Results of War with Russia," con tains some interesting statistics relative lo British Commerce with that power and with Turkey. It is estimated that when the Russian army crossed the Danube, seven millions of British capital was in the hands of Russian subjects, in the form of advan ces in merchandise to come forward within from three to four months. It is deliberate ly hinted that this fait, with the correspon- ding one that many British ships and sailors reasons; that the Russians will soon return, were then in Russian ports, had something and subject to martial law all who may ns to do w;lh England's not considering that . sist the Turks; and he also dcclars that step as a casus belli. : Greater Wallachia will not be evacuated. The writer in question estimates the val- j The steamer City of Glasgow has been ue of yearly imports of grain, tallow, linseed heard from. She was spoken on the 21st flai &c, from Russia, into Great Britain, of April in lat. '15 30, with a bark alonside .8,810,618. Mr. Cobden, however, and steering towards the Azores. The mast others, estimate it as high as 13,000,000. and other portions of her rigging had been The exports in 1846 to Russia were 1,- used for firewood. 725.1-18. to Turkey 2.141,847; in 1S47. ' The above is a telegraphic dispatch from to Russia 1,844.543, to Turkey $2,092,- Cork to Richard son " Bros., Liverpool: but 280; in 1848,toRussial,925,226,to Tur key 3,116,365; in 1849. to Russia 1, 454,711, to Turkey 3,113,679. So that in 1850, Turkey took from England in ex- cess of Russia, goods to the value of 1,- ( 658,908, having increased that excess from ' 416,719, in 1849. Napoleom wants a Divurcl. The Par- ; is correspondent of the Montreal Witness writes as follows: The great question which occupies at prMeht the Court of France, is the divorce of the Emperor. He no longer hopes to have any children by his present wife, and it is said he thinks of taking another. The j report is not official, but it has appeared in several licensed pars.the truth of it can-j scarcely be questioned. Napoleon III. is however, very fond of his wife, and the di vorce will resemble in every point that of his uncle and Josephine who were, as you j know, separated by the same reason. Whether from this motive or any other the Empress of the French is looking very mel- i ancholly. It is impossible to see her with out being struck by her expreteion of sad ness. As to the Emperor, he appears con atantly calm and impeturable. 3rjr"Thc correspondent of the New Or leans Picayune, writing from Havana by the Crescent City, states that a number of officers in the army of Cuba, were sent to the United States by the steamship Isabel, on her last trip, with instructions from the Captain General to keep a strict watch up on the fillibuster movements in the United States, in consequence of the late seizure of the Black Warrior, and the efforts mak ing on the part of prominent individuals at Washington to bring about a suspension of the existing neutrality laws. They are also instructed to observe minutely the progress of events at Washington in connection with the subject, and report the same without de lay. The writer likewise asserts positive ly, that, in the event of war between the United States and Spain, the Captain-General has a decree, ready to be issued at any moment, abolishing slavery and arming the slaves. Many Europeans with their fami lies, were leaving Havana in anticipation of the trouble ahead. Moral Suasion on a Ram. When a friend of ours, whom we call Agricola, was j a boy, he lived on a farm in Berkshire county the owner of which was troubled by his dog Wolf. The cur killed his sheep, knowing, perhaps, that his master was conscientiously opposed to capital punishment, and he could devise no means to prevent it. "lean break him of it," said Agricola, "if you will give me leave." "Thou art permitted," said the honest far mer; and we will let Agricola tell the story in his words. "There was a ram on the farm," said Agricola, "as notorious for butting as Wolf was for sheep-killing, and who stood in as much need of moral suasion as the dog. I shut Wolf up in the barn with this old fel low, and the consequence was, that the dog never looked a sheep in the face again. The ram broke every bone in his body, lit erally. Wonderfully uplifted was the ram aioresum, oy ms expums, nis insolence oe - came intolerable; he was sure to pitch into whomsoever went nigh him. "I'll fix him, laid I. and so I did. I r.gged an iron crow - bar out of a hole in the barn, point foremost and hung an old hat on the end of it. You can't always tell, when you see a hat wheth er there is a head in it or not; how, then, should a ram? We ram made at it full bull and being a good marksman from long prac tice, the bar broke in between the horns and came out under his tail. This little admo nition effectually cured him of butting.' The New I'. S. Senators trom Con kicticut. The Legislature of Connecticut elected as United Stales Senators the nomi nees of the Whig caucus, who were select ed previously, viz: Francis Gillette, (Free soil) for the remainder of the term of Tru man Smith, resigned, which expires in March next; and Lafayette S. Foster. (Whin) For the full term of six years, from March 4, 1855, to March 6, 1861. Mr. Foster is at present Speaker of the House of Representatives in the Connecti cut Legislature, in which capacity he has served on a previous occasion, and has been a leading Whig member of the same body at various times. 3S"On the 6th inst., fifty colored persons manumitted by Col. Montgomery Bell, of Tennesse, passed through Chattanooga, in that State, to embark for Liberia. Arrival of the Franklin. Nlw Vork, May 33. In breadstuff there is a slight improve ment on last arrival, (hy Europe.) Flour advanced Is; corn Is. Money easy There is no striking feature of interest in political news Austria has offered a new proposition to Russia, and if this is rejected she will jinn the Allied Powers. Marshel Paski.'witeh declares that Little Wallachiawas evacuatrd solely fur strategic as the ship spoken of had yellow paddle boxes, there is some mistake, of course. Prince Napoleon arrived at Gallipoli on the SOU) of April. Lord Raglan arrived at Constantinople on the samo day. The difficult v between the Trench Am- ibassador and the Porte has been satisfac- torily arranged. Advices have been received from Calcutta lo the 6th of April. Birmah f till continued in a disturbed state. The Franklin brings 112 nasseueers. among them Do Ceuta, Minister from Spain to the United States, and Mr. Winslow, special bearer of dispatches from Spain. Yesterday, when off Nantucket Shoals, she came in contact with a propeller. It was understood that Lord Elgin was charged with special communication from the English goverment to the President of the United States. We have no news of exciting interest from the seat of war. Nothing important from the Black Sea or the Danube. The Russians have evacuated Krajova. Full details of the bombardment of Odes sa have been received. The Russian ver sion makes a different affair, claiming it ns a brilliant feat on the part of the Russians, tilting that decorations had been bestowed on the officers engaged in it. An additional camp of 50.0C0 men will be formed near Marseilles. The Turks are about to blockade Greece. The Shah of Persia is becoming hostile to Kussia, and is raising an army of 50,-1 The Turks to Krajova. have advanced from Kalafat The H Utflan fleet left Manilla for Ilatavia. ! Consols advanced to 8, in consequence ot the Chancellor of the Exchequer having announced in his budget that no loan will be raised for war purposes. The Paris Bourse rose, on u report that Denmark and Sweden had joined the Wes tern Powers. The Russian fleet is reported to have sail ed from Helsingfors on the 5lh, when Ad miral Napier signalled the fleet to prepare for sea immediately. The Arctic had not arrived, but was tele graphed at Liverpool. A camp of 100,000 men is to be furmed near St. Omer, partly as a demonstration against Prussia, and partly tu throw troops from thence to the Baltic, when necessary. !iOiic of our exchanges contains the fol lowing marriage: Married on Thursday, the 23d inst., by the Rev. Clay Roulder, Mr. Andrew Horn to Miss Julia Parker, President of the Young Ladies' Temperance Society. We have copied the above with extreme recrpt. 0 urR verv sorrow llint llm liav . nine unite has forgotten tier Obligations to the cause, and gone back tu the world. convenience and comfort by any boat in the river', and in every way well adapted to the trade for However, we respect her lor lhe good she I which she is designed combining all the requisites did when "one of us," and cheerfully write 1 of ,? f,r' flM' If K'ver boat, being jbund ' V tufty supplied with a 1 the requirements of Con- her epitaph, DOW that she is no longer one gres's, in the way of Life Boats, Life Preservers, r. ,, .Magnetic Water and Steam linages Alloy Indi- 01 . . catdrs, i;e., &c. Fair Julia lived a temj erate muid The undesigned beg leave to avail themselves Preached temp'rancc ditties night and morn; of the present opportunity to return their grateful But still her wicked neighbors said acknowledgments lo their numerous friends along She broke her pledge and took A. Horn. Nat Temperanoi Organ. 1 To Cini.nnau dy Raimioau in Five U0LBS.Wo are creditably informed that ; (he (rack on ,he ohio MjMjM,ppi Rili. , rMj is M11jlac btl WNB thu JgftjKmvUle ,j nr.Mi.nn I. ,! iK.. 1,1 pass, but will not move until! some ties are raiglitcncd up, which are out of position in consequence of heavy ruins. There is yet ubout 11 miles ol track to put down, which will, when finished, moke the con nection complete between Cincinnati and Beymour. Three companies ure engaged in laying track, averaging, each company, from ouehalf to three-quarters of a mile per day. The eastern division of this work will, therefore, 1 completed at least by the "Jytli of this month. After that, arrange ments will be made for the carriage of pas sengers between this city and Cincinnati in live hours. Louisville Courier. Heavv Damages rOB BtBUCTIOVi The Selma (Ala.) Sentinel says. A Seduction Case. We ham that ut the late term of lhe Circuit Court for Greene county, a certain M. D. was mulcted in a verdict of ffilfUKHJ for seducing the daugh ter of one of his patients in Tuscaloosa county some lime last fall. Wheeling Bridge. This immense structure, which was blown down a few days ago, cost $ 160,000. Season of 1834. HEUULAR TUESDAY PACKET FOR MISSOURI RIVER. The New. Eleirant, and fast Passen- r l,nor POUll STAB T II. Hme.Hi.v, Master, will leave St. Louis every oth er Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, p.m., for St. Joseph, Weston, Fort Leavenworth, Parkville, Kansas, Independence. Liberty, Richfield. Sibley, Cam den. Wellington, Lexington, Dover, Waverly, Oarrollton, Miami, JUrunswick, Glassgow, and all points below: Commencing her regular trips from SI. Louis Tuesday, February 2tst, March 7th and 21st, April Kb and 18th, May 2d, lfith. and 30th,. lime 13th and 27th. July 11th and 25th, August 8th andttd. September 5th and lUth, October 3d, 17th and 31st, November 14th and 28th. On her return trill leave St. Joseph every other Monday, commencing February 27th. March 13th and 27fh. April 10th and 21th, May 8th and 22d, June 501 and Ml, July 3d, 17th and 31st. Au gust 14th and 2th. September 11th and 25th, Oc tober 9th and 23d, November Clh and 20th, De cember 4th. Departing from St. Joseph at 10 o'clock. A. M., Weston, Tuesdays at 7 o'clock, A. m., Fort Lea venworth at K a. m., Parkville at 10 a. m., Kan sas at 12 M., Wayne City at 1 p. m.. Liberty at 2 r. M., Richfield at 3 p. M. , Sibley at 4 p. M.l Cam den at 5 p. M., Wellington at o p. m., Lexington, Wednesdays at X o'clock, a. m., Dover at 9 a.m., Waverly at 10 a. si., Hill's Landing at 11 a.m., Miami at 1 r. M., Brunswick at 2 r. M., Glasgow gow at 4 p. M. Very grateful to the public for their generous appreciation and patronage of the Polar Star last season, we respectfully announce that she has just been thoroughly re-furnished, beautified and improved, so as to be, in every respect, finer and more attractive than ever. She now combines every modern improvement and for comfort, el egance anil speed, has no superior in the trade. No etfort snail be wanting on the part of her officers to render eVm- attention to passengers and shippers which can be desired. T. H. BRIERLY, Feb2 Ml C. D. BLOSSOM. Nansus & Hap.thoi.ow, Agents. 1854. irllSSOCRI RIVER, tsm St. Joseph and St. Louis Packet Line. REGULAR THURSDAY PACKET. JErF The staunch built, fast, and comfort Sl: -- "'j 'stable steam passenger packet, HON DU RAS, L.A.Wki.tjon, Master, will run as a regular packet throughout the season, between the cities or St. Jjouisand St. Joseph, landing at Jellersou City, Providence. Roeheport, Boonville. Arrow Rock. Glasgow. Cambridge, Brunswick,' Marion City, Miami. Hill's Landing, Waverly, Dover, Lexington, Wellington, Camden, Sibley. Rich lield, ilie Liberty Landings, Wayne City, Kansas, Parkville, Fort Leavenworth, Weston, and all in termediate points; leaving St. Louis on every al ternate Thursday, at 5 o'clock, p. St., and St. Jo seph on every alternate Wednesday at 10 o'clocic. A. M., as follows, viz: LtQVSS Si. Louis. March 2d, 16th, 30th, April 13th,27tb May 11th, 25th; June 8th, 22d; July Oth, 20th; August 3d, 17th. 31st; September 14th, 28th) October 12th. 28thl November 9th, 23d; Leaves St. Joseph. March 8th, 22d; April 6th, 19th May 3d, 17th, 31sf; June 11th. 28th; July 12th, 2(ith; August 9th, 23d; September 6th, 20th; October 4th, t8tht November 1st, loth, 20th; December (till December I3UJ. Departing from St. Joseph, for St. Louis, on Wednesdays as above, will leave on Thursday fol I lowing. Weston at 7 a m; Parkville at 10 a hj Kan ! sas at 12 si; Wayne City at 1 PMJ Liberty at 2 r j M Richfield at 3 p Atj Sibley at 4 p M Camden at 5 vm and Wellington at 0 p mj and on Fridays following will leave Lexington at 7 A M Dover at 1 9 A Ml Waverly at 10 a M Hill's Landing at 11 a mi Miami at 1 pMi Brunswick atSPMt Glasgow at 4 pmj Boenville at 8 pmj arriving in St. Louis on Saturday afternoon in time tor tne Louisville and all the evening lines of travel, man hoals. East, North-east and South. Feeling under high obligations to our friends in particular, and the public in general, for their past nutroniim anil consideration, we mod rMn0itnllo solicit a continuance of the same, promising that nothing on onr part shall be wanting to merit the full confidence and favor of the community. WM. CONLKY, Captain. Nanson & Barthoi.ow, Agents. New Packet Arrangement for 1854. REGULAR FRIDAY PACKET For JejTerson City, Prorilence, Rochepurtp Boon ville, Arrow Roclc aiul Glasgow. I fRJlj, The new and elegant Passenger pack et, ELVIRA, having been thoroughly overhauled and repaired, will leave St. Loui for the above named ports, on her first trip, on Fri day, the 10th of March, and continue to make weekly trips from St. Louis to Glasgow during the entire season leaving St. Louis every Friday, at 6 o'clock, P. M.l and returning, leave Glasgow every Monday , at 3 o'clock, r. m. The undersigned returns thanks to his numerous friends for past favors, tnd respectfully solicits a share of their business the ensuing season. JAMES DOZIER, Commander. Nanson it Raktuolow, Agents. 1864. REGULAR 1804. CouiK'il Hlufl's and Bfilierarl River SEMI-MONTHLY PASSENGER PACKET, For Bluff City, Bellevue, St. Mary's, Bethlehem, Fort Kearney, Lindl n Landing, Sonora. Iowa Point, Dallas, Savannah Landing, St. Joseph, Weston Lexington, and all landings on the River. iJpT'.s The swift steamer, SAM CLOON, ft. 'Vr'i' '!'- J"iiN McCi.ov, having been pur chased expressly tor the above trade, will com mence her regular trips making tw o trips a month, leaving St. Louis every alternate Monday at o o' clock, on lhe first opening of navigation, and con I tinue permanently in the trade during the entire tinue permanently in the trade holding season. She is unsurpassed for speed. ; the river, and at Council Blutl's for the very liber al patronage heretofore extended to them while in charge of other boats 011 that river for the last ten or eleven years, and to solicit a continuance of the same lor the Cloon, pledging themselves to use their best exertions to give full satisfaction to an inose'.vnu may ravorlliem Willi their business; at the same time to assure them and the public generally, that in the passenger accommodations and ippolntsientl generally of the Cloon, Ihey will be found SSOOnd to those of 110 boat on the river, while nothing shall be left undone to render a tiip on the Cloon in every way both speedy and pleasant. A liberal share of business respect fully solicited. JOHN MeCLOy. Captain, JOSF.PH Mc ENTIRE, Clerk. Nanson S Bautholow, Agents. mh23 1854. Missouri Hirer 1S54. BBOVLAB MONDAY PICKET. I Bt fe TIlS new, elegant, ami fast passen At'iJW,ger steamer BANNER STATE, J. If. HOLLAND, Master, will run during the season as t regular packet belwien St. Louis and St. Jo seph, leaving St. Louis every alternate Monday, and touching al nil intermediate points. Thank ful for past patronage, h,-r oflicers pledge them selves tu use ci ery exertion to give entire satis faction to passengers and shippers. NANSON ft BARTHOLOW, DshSl Agents, (,'lasgow. UM ItECl LtllTlENUtY 131. MISSOURI RIVER PACKET. MARTHA JEWETT. WM. C. JEWETT, Commander. J. 11. WOODS Clerk. JT k This elegant passenger steamer, on fsfffi i fiWi1'"' return tun from New Orleans, will resume her place in Ine above trade, leaving St. Louis every Tuesday at 0 o'clock, f.M.I and Miami every Friday at R o'clock, a. m. The undersigned take the present method of re turning their sincere thanks to their numerous pa trons upon lhe Missouri, for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to the ui, and pledge them selves to use every exertion fo still render the 'Martha" as they believe she has ever bnen, a fa vorite in the trade. WM. C. JEWETT. nail j. b. woods. Nanson i. Bakthoi-ow, .gmfj 1851. ItllSSOl KI RIVER ISM St. Joseph and St. Louis Packet Line. REGULAR SiTrRlJ.1V PACKET. The new and elegant fast passenger J-T. Jy.lr:imnr SOSOHA. Jos. I .A liARliK. Jr. Master, will leave St. Louis every other Sat urday, at 4 o'clock, r. M.j for St. Joseph, Weston, Fort Leavenworth. Parkville, Kansas, Indepen dence, Liberty, Richfield. Sibley, Camden, Wel lington, Lexington, Berlin, Warsaw, Hill's Land ing, Miami, Brunswick, Glasgow, Boonvillc, Jef ferson City, and all points below. The Sonora will commence her regular trips from St. Louis: Saturday. February 2olh; March 11th and 25th; April Nth and 22d)' May tilh and 20tb; June 3d nnd 17th; July 1st, loth and 2"th; August Oth and I9tbl September 2d, ltithaiid 30th; October llth and 28th) November 3th and 18th; and December 2d, On her return will leave St. Joseph cvery alK-r-nate Friday, at 12 o'clock, M.: March 3d, 17th and 31stj April 14th nnd 28th; May 12th and Jflth; June Oth and 23d; July 7th and 21st; August 4th and 18th; September 1st, 15th and ftth) October 13th nnd 27th; November 10th and 24th; and De cember 8th. Departing from St. Joseph, Fridays at 12 o' clock, St., Weston, Saturdays, at 7 a.m.. Fort Leavenworth 8 a. m.; Parkville 10 a.m.) Kansas 12 M.; Wayne City 1 p. M. Liberty 2 p.m.; Rich field 3 p. M. Sibley 4 p. M.) Camden 5 p. si.; Wel lington o" p. m.; Lexington, Sundays 8 a. m.j Ber lin H A. m.) Waverly 10 a. m.j Hill's Lanuing 11 a.m., Miami 1 p.m.; Brunswick 2 p. N. Glasgow 4 p. M. Captain La Barge takes this opportunity of in forming his numerous friends on tne river and the public generally, that the Sonora has been thor oughly repaired, painted and re-furnished in the most substantial and handsome manner; and ns regards accommodations, both for shippers and p;i-sengers, he intends that the Sonorashall not be rivalled by any boat in the trade. Grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him during an experience of twenty years on the Missouri river, he hereby assures the public that no effort shall be spared on the part of himself and officers, to merit a continuance of the same. JOS. LA BARGE, Jr. Master. Nanson & Bahtuoi.ow , Agents. mh23 1864. MISSOURI RIVER. 1864. Bluff City and St. Louis Packet Line. KKUUL.1H TUESDAY PACKET, Con)uctiu with tUamer El Pose at St. Joseph. I IP! ft The entirely New, Elegant, and Fast ifctlia Passenger Steamer, JAS. H.' LUCAS, Anohkw Winkland, Master, will leave St. Lou is every other Tuesday at 4 o'clock, p. St.. for St. Joseph, Weston, Fort Leavenworth. Parkville, Kansas, Independence, Liberty, Richfield, Sibley, Camden, Wellington, Lexington, Dover, Wnvcrly, Carrolltun, Miami, Brunswick, Glasgow, and all points below. Commencing her regular trips from St. Louis Tuesday. February 2Slh; March l lth and BSthj April llth and 2Mb) May 9th and 23d; June Oth and 20th; July -till and 18th; August 1st, loth and 29th September 12th and 26tb) October loth and 24th; November 7th and 21st. On her return will leave St. Joseph every oth er Monday, commencing March loth and 20th; April 3d and 17th; May 1st, lftth and 29th; June 12th and 26th) July 10th and 24th) August 7th and 21st; September 4th and 18th) October 2d, ltith, anil 30th; November 13th and 27th. Departing from St. Joseph Mondays, at 10 o' clock, a si; Weston Tuesdays at 7 o'clock, a M) Fort Leavenworth 8, a mj Parkville 10, a M) Kan sas 12, Mj Wayne City 1, pmj Liberty 2, pmj Rich field 3, PMJ Sibley 4, PMJ Camden 5, PMJ Wel lington 6, PMJ Lexington Wednesdays at 8 o' clock, am; Dover 9 AM) Waverly 10am; Hill's Landing 11 am; Miami 1 PMJ Brunswick 2 r mj Glasgow at 4 p M. The Jas. H. Lucas is entirely new, superbly tit ted up, with every modern improvement, and for beauty, speed, comfort, convenience and safvty, unsurpassed; and in all her equipments and ar rangements, (in which no regard lias been had to cosl) designed lo be a SvPEBIOS Passenoeh Packet. Nanson & Babtiiolow, Agents, April 6 Glasgow. Missouri Hivci'Tliiii'silay Packet. For Jeffhrton CUy. Boonvillc, Glasgow and arvnswick, SAUANAC NO. 2. H. W. SMITH, Master. 1 fTS'l This fine steamer will, upon the opening of navigation, run reiriilailv between St. Louis and Brunswick, leaving St. Louis on Thursday and Brunswick on Sunday evening. The Saranac has fine accommodations for passengers, and has great capacity for freight. Shippers will find their interest promoted by giv ing her a share of their patronage. Nanson & Bahtuoi.ow, Agents. GREAT EASTERN ROUTE. Via lT. S. mail strainers between Si. Con is. l.otiisi tile anil Cincinnati. CONNECTING AT CINCINNATI WITH Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland, and Cincinnati, IMylon and Sandusky l?tivilx"3rcl T 1ncs, FOR Dayton, Sandusky, Columbus. Zanesville, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Wheeling. Erie, Dun kirk, Buffalo. Albany. New York, Boston, Phila delphia, Baltimore, Washington City, and all in- tar mediate points. ; ji , The steamers in connection iMiaik.iajii.with these lines are inognilirentSSJc floating palaces, With all the latest improvements, finished and furnished in tl.e best possible manner; are officered by experienced persons;and for com fort and speed are not surpassed, passengers en joying every conveniaooa as at first class hotels. lhe roads are laid throughout with heavy T iron, graieled and surfaced, and are kept in good order. (-For all information and through tickets, nil as,- apply at the Railroad Office, in Exchange Building, No. 20, south side Olive street, between Main and Second slreets, two doors north of Na tional Telegraph Office. E. F. FULLER. Agent. St. Louis. Mo. P. W. STRADER. Oct. 0, r3 ly General Agent, Cincinnati. Jos. S. Nanson Tiii o. Bartiioi.ow. NANSON &. BARTHOLOW, Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Itl E R C II A X T S . Produce Dealers, A N D ' STEAM BOAT AGENTS, GLASGOW, MO., i Jp?' s BCK leave to return their .WS-vi AAsincery tlunlis for the libei al patronage extended tu Uo-ln a.-t season, iiij.i would announce to (heir friends and customers that their arrangements for the eawtblf season are perfected with a view to doinga largely increased business. We still occupy the warehouses used by us last year, and nre constructing one of our own of great capacity and safety, which will be com pleted by the opening of spring business. Our new bouse fronts on the river, running back lo First street, and will be specially adapted to re ceiving and storing goods safely, in all kinds of weather. We will spare no pains or expense to make it equal if not superior to any house on tfie river. Wo give our personal attention to all business entrusted to us, and hope by strict attention and fidelity lo the interests of our customers, to mer it all favors bestowed February i, 185 1. Jf, R. 23-NEW AKKlVAL.g JAMES H. HOItNI-EY &, IIRU., KE1 TENVII.LE, MO., T AVE just received from Philadelphia Hid J.J- new i orK, a splendid and inent of Spring and Summer oinplete assort- Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, QUEEN8WARE, Hardware, Cutlery, Groceries, II. its. Bonnets, Hoots, Shoes, reedy-made Cloth ing, Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Dye Stuffs, Cotton v.oii-, Iron. Neils, Leather, fcc, with every arti cle wanted by the people, all of which will be sold al the very Lowest Prices. (!jp"(liri us a t all liore you buy llisinWfW We have Louden & Co. 'a Genuine Family Medicines which have gained a bigh repuUlion fr their Curative Properties. mh30 W. 11. PITTMAN PITTMAN &. BROTHER, ( Successor to Tevis, Rons & Co.,) IMPORTKKS AND WHOLESALE DEAI.r.R' IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, JVo. S)7, Main street, June 2. ST. LOUIS, MO. I. T. DOWDAI.L. R. E. CAP.R. H. V . P. BLOCK nownti.i.. r.inn & .. WASHINGTON FOUNDRY, Engine and Mnrhiuc Shop, Corner of Second mid Morgan sis., ST. LOUIS, MO., TANUFACTl'ltF.TtS of Steam Engines and IVJ. Boilers. Saw and Grist Mill Machinery, To oacco Screws and Presses, Lard Kettles, Lard Screws and Cylinders, Wool Carding Machines, Young's Patent Smut Machines, Building Cast ings, LC., liC. Agents for sale of James Smith & Co.'ssnperior Machine Cards. June 2, '53. 9. 33. I-X-iINTT, tuinfior9 Main street, ST. LOUIS, MO., S now - priced receiving bis Kail Slock of fine, low. Household Furniture, to which he r iirniturc, would invite the attention of his friends, former patrons, and the public in general; being confi dent he is prepared to suit the ereat majority of those in search of any article in (heir line; and furthermore can with' full confiduice recommend the work kept for sale. Also, constantly on hand a full aesorlment of Cabinet and Upholstery materials. Orders from manufacturers and dealers in the country attended lo with dispatch, and every ar ticle packed and shipped in the most careful man ner. Looking Glasses and Looking Glass Plates, in any quantity desired. The number is 9 Main Street Easl Sale. Between .Market and Chesnnt. St. Louis. Sept. 22, 1853 S. B. FLINT. A. I.. KERR.' ..WIS. V. HA LI.. W. A. M'cLURE. KERR, HALL 8. CO., SUCCESSORS TO WEST &, M'ASHANjJ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Brunswick, Mo. HP HE most careful attention riven to storing JL forwarding and shinning goods and consign ments, insuring them in all cases where requested on our Open Policy. Jan 5, 1854. WILKINSON BRYAN'. 1IERMARD BRYAN. IHHA & BIIOTIIF.R, LUMBER MERC HANTS, Broadway, opposite 0'Fai.lon street, ST. LOUIS, MO., DEALERS in all kinds of Pine and Poplar Lumber, Pine and Cypress Shingles, Doors. Sash, Blinds, ice mliD-Sin THUS. If. I.AHKIN X. CO., CO S I MISSION MERCHANTS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 33 Levee, ST. LOL'IS, MO. dSpei-ial attention paid ti sales of HEMP. WO orders taken lor Us purchase under anv cir- cumstances. Jan 20 $5 C. 1. SCEEIVAN & CO., Jeweller, Watch & Clock Makers, No. 39 Fourth street St. Louis, Mo. A large and well selected assortment of Clocks. Watches. Jewelry, Silver spoons, ii.e.. constantlv on hand for ale low. ATTkinds of Jewelry made to order and neatlv repaired. Engraving neatly executed, ami all or ders Hromotlv attended to. fcr- llio Highest prices paid lor old Gold and April 3, 1853. RErVJ. F. CRANE, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALER' IN Watches, Clock. Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, Fine table and pocket Cutlery and Fancy Goods, 12ti Fourth Street, Glasgow Row, ST. LOUIS, MO. ALL kinds of Watches and time piecesrepaired ami warranted to keep time. August A, 1853. GEORGE K1NGSLAND. LE R0V KING SLAND. DAVID K. FERGUSON. KINGSLANDS & FERGUSON, P H (E NIX FOUNDRY, 96, 19N, and '200 Second street, ST. LOUIS, MO., MANUFACTURERS of Page's Patent Portable saw Mills; Child's Patent Double Saw Mills, and Horse Powers; Cox &. Roberts' Patent Thresher and Cleaner; THRESHERS with and without Separators; Lever Powers; Endless Chain or Railroad Powers; Com and Coh Crushers Corn Shellers: Plows; Bark Mills; Mill Machinery. CASTINGS of every description madeto order at short notice. inh9-$5 FIN EE V & DOCtiHERTV, Corner St. Charles and Fifth Streets, ST. LOUIS, MO. KEEP constantlv on hand, of their owii manufacture. Carriages, Barou- eheeand B lurries, together with Har ness of the best style and material. Persons vis iting the Cify are 'respectfully invited to call at ibeir establishment. Refers to Mr. John D. Penny, Glasgow, Mo., with whom orders may be left. St. Louis, Feb. 3, 1854. G.O. WAGNEE S CONFECTIONARY & BAKERY, (Next door to Chiles' Old Corner,) Water St., Glasgow. Mo. riMIE subscriber respectfully announces that lie J is prepared at the shortest notice to fill orders for cakes of every description, for Wedding Occasions, Social Parties. OR FAMILY USE. His stork of plain and fancy candy is complete, and embraces, in part, CKIMI'EO CANDIES. Peppermint, I Lemon, Sassafras, Hoarhound, I Wintergreen, Cinnamon, Cream, j Rose, Clove, &c. LUMPS. Peppermint, large & small In .mi M Cinnamon, Flat Lemon. Peppermint, Acidulated Lemon, Victoria, Rose. I'ANCY CANDIES. Star. Vanilla Cream. Sugar plums, assorO-d, Bloomer&aniseed comfits Flat Lemon, (clear) Sitgar&i burnt almonds Rock, different colored Plain and Gilt French Kisses; all kinds Lozenges; large and small Cornucopia's, &c. &c. Allot which will be carefully packed, and de livered any where in the elty,0r promptly forwar ded to neighboiing towns. G. 0. WAGNER. Glasgow, December 22, 1S53. C1STCRXS! CISTERNS! HAVING permanently located myself in Glas gow, 1 am prepared at all times to build Cisterns on the most Improved plan. All work guaranteed. Plastering and Bricklaying in all its various branches promptly executed. Janl2 '54 ly GEO. V.. ROSE. K. PITTMAN. WANTED-, PRODUCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. X We are in the market for all kinds of coun try Produce, for which we will pay the highest market price, in CASH. Or barter goods at the low est cash prices. We invite persons having any thing to it'll, to give us a call. nih2 CARSON t II ANDI.E V THE CONTRACT OF INSFRAIVt'F. OFFERS nn expedient, by means of which pru dent men escape losses. They transfer to others the risks which inevitably cause them. For asmall consideration,these risks, which might in an unlucky evcnt? rum individuals, arc safely assumed by Companies well organised and judi ciously managed. Such an institution is the PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY or Hartford, Conn. This Comnanv bases its operations upon such a perfected plan of cash premiums, well scattered ,,,c(ully announce to the citizens of tbo risks and long experience in estimating hazards, T7nitetI Stales and the Canadas. that for the pur that the interests of all concerned are protected. e )),,. advancement and extension of the The Compnny receives from almost innumerabl- pjne Arts and with a view of enabling every fain sources and ill small sums, a large annual depos- ju-througfiout the length and breadth o the land ite. From this fund, held as apublic trust, losses to Dccon,c possessed of a gallery of pictures, are paid. To secure for the public nnd the Com m,,. nf them the w ork of master minds, and li- pany a permanent nbility to meet every fair de- I mann, an erroneous or iia uuiei 1 claims ure 01 course rejected. This is the only plan of Insu rance which can long deserve the public confi ilencc.and the undersigned, aents,eonfidently in vite tneir friends to secure themselves at their Agency, against FIRE. OR Til F Perils of Xuvigation The advantages of this contrncl need scarcely be urged upon wealthy men or merchants, for they rarely neglect it, and if they do, fires leave them other resources. It is especially valuable to la boring men, mechanics, and others of moderate means who, perhaps have little else than a home and its contents in the world. Thescshould neverneglect to insurejafirewhich may visit them at any hour, would leave them homeless, and with no capital but their labor, to begin again the struggle of life, and years of toil ami watching mut pass before they can regain what they have lost, if indeed it is ever done. To such, insurance is a duty. If the individual is worth little, the expense is less; if he owns much property, still the expense is trifling, and by investing a few dollars be is safe. If he is over taken by misfortune, and his all laid in asbt's, lie receives a recompense in a cash capital equal to his loss, and may soon restore what has been de stroyed. Policies issued at all times upon favorable terms bv PERRY & BAUTHOLOW, 'Glasgow, Oct. 13, '53. Agents. t etnaInsurange company OF HARTFORD, CONN. ORGANIZED IN 1819. Capital sfoek, all paid in and secured, Profits for the yaar ending May 1, '33, $300,000 00 110,178 30 THE undersigned have been appointed Agents for this old' established Hartford Compntvy, and are prepared to take risks on all descriptions of buUunUf and their contents, against loss and ! damage by fire. Also, lo insure property by the j usual modes of transportation on the se;is, lakes, I and ri ers on as good terms as any other responsi ' hie company. A share of business is respectfully solicited. PERRY & RARTHOLOVV. Audits. Glasgow, December 8, 1833. IMPORTANT TO THOUSANDS! MYERS' EXTRACT OF ROCK. ROSE An Invaluable remedy for all Scuofuloos Dis eases, Indigestion, Salt Rheum, Sick Headache, Canker, Nursing Sore Mouth, and general De bility, and as a Purifier of the Shod is Unequalled ! ffS To be convinced that it is the most valua- j hie Medicine of the day, you have only fo read the testimony of its efficacy. As a Family Medi 1 cine it is invaluable, and one which no person ! should be without. I The Rock Rose has gained a reputation at home and abroad, which no other Medicine has ever ( done in the same length of time. Aocordlngto the opinion of Eminent Physicians, the Rpck Rose Plant is uncuiiaHed in Curing Scrofula in its Various Forms! (jj-Tlie Sich Headache, in obstinat, and Chron- j jc cases, mav here find a sovereign Remedv.JI The Canker and Nursing Sore Mouth, in numer ous cases, have been speedily cured. (-Forsaleby POWELL & CO.. Cambridge, Mo., and dealers in Medicine generally, where pamphlets may he had gratis. Manufactured by W.. Franklin & Co., New Haven, Conn. Aug25, 1853 ly. CHERRY PECTORAL For ilit rtaptci Cure of COCCUS, COLDS, UOARSKMSS, BRONCHITIS, WllOOPIXU-COlUII, CROIP, Asm til, AND CONSinPTION. Many years of trial, instead of imnainnc the public confidence in this medicine, has won for it an aiiiireciation and notoriety bv far exceeding j the most sanguine expectation of its friends. No- thing but its Intrinsic virtues, and the unmistskea- !ble benefit conferred on thousands of sufferers. could originate and maintain the reputation it en- V i, .nn,.,' ,,r...- r remedies thrust upon the community, have failed and been discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, conferrud I - .1 l Cl.L .1 ... m ueoeois on ine iiinicieu w men iney can neierioi irct. and nrn.l nod rn. Inn nlimormia nnd fnn r.- ma, kable to be forgotten. ,c "aJ manufacturers' prices, at the Fay While it is a fraud on the public to pretend that 7" a,,d JJook ht0lc' any one medicine will infallibly cure still there I J"" SNELSON. is abundant proof that the Ciii rrv Pmt torai. does not only as a general thing, but almost inva riably cure lhe maladies for which it is employed. As lime makes these facts wider and better known, this medicine has gradually become tfie I best reliance of the afflicted, from the log-cabin of , the American peasant, to the palaces of European ! Kings, 'throughout this entire country, in every , State, city, and indeed almost every hamlet it con tains, Ciikrby Pectoral is known as the best remedy extant for diseases of the Throat and j Lungs, and in many foreign countries it is coming td be most extensively used by their most intelli- I gent physicians. In "Great Britain, France and! Germany, where the medical sciences have reach- ' ed their highest perfection, Chi:rrv Pi.ctohal is introduced, and in constant use in f he armies, Hos pitals, Alms Houses, Public Institutions, and m aomesrie practice, as the surest remedy their at tending Physicians can employ for the more dan gerous affections of the lungs. Also in milder ca ses, and for children it is safe, oleasaut and effec tual to cure. In fact, some of the most flattering testimonials we receive have heen from narents who have found it efficacious in cases particularly incidental to childhood. ' 1 1 1 i . ri-xToiiAi. is manuianureii ova practical Chemist, and every ounce of it under nil own eye, with invariable accuracy and care. It is sealed and protected by law from counter feits, consequently can be relied on as genuine without adulteration. We have endeavored here to furnish the roininu- nity with a medicine of such intrinsic superiority and worth as should commend itself to their con fidence a remedy at once safe, speedy and ed'ect- ual, which this has by repeated and countless tri- als, proved itself to be; and trust by great care in preparing it with chemical accuracy, of uniform ueiigiii, in uiuu u poysiciansa new agent on which they can rely for the best results, and lhe afflicted with a remedy that w ill do for tlieiu all that med icine can do. PEi'ARi:n ANn Sold nv James C. Avkr, Prartiral and Analytical Chemist, LOWELL, MASS. Sold in Glasgow bv O. Henderson &. Urn cytesville bv L. Salisbui v & Co in llni,L- by Blake & Baghy; in Fayette by W. H. Snelson; and by all Druggists. Francis Walton, St. Louis, wholesale Agent. January li, lSet-om, Great Artists' Union Enterprise. 200,000 GIFTS FOR THE PEOPLE. STATUARY $10,000 OIL PAINTINGS 10,000 ENGRAVINGS, colored in oil Ij.OOO STEEL PLATE ENGRAVINGS 41.000 CASH LOANS, for 100 years each 30.0111 REAL ESTATE S'.OOO TOTAL, SO,000. nr.- imiuili Autists' Umon would les nal- fol. giving a world wide circulation to n-.?..V r....l P,V,,f IIIinmi'iM'. They have determined to distribute among lhe purchasers of this work, Price $1 OO, J80, 000 GIFTS, of the value of $250,000. E I S T OF GIFTS. MARBLE STATUARY . . . $40,000 100 elegant busts of Washington, at $100 $10,000 100 do do Clay, 100 10,000 100 do do Webster, 100 10,000 100 do do Calhoun, 100 10,000 Oil Paintings and Colored Steel Enzravingi. 50 elegant Oil Paintings, in splendid gilt frames, size 3x4 ft. each $100 $ 5,000 100 elegant Oil Paintings, 2x3 ft. each $50 5,000 500 steel plate Engravings, brilliantly col ored in oil. gilt f rames, 24x30in. each $10, 5,000 10,000 steel plate engravings, colored in oil, ot the Washington Monument, 20x26 in. eocb$t 40,000 9.17.000 steel nlatc en?ravinsrs. from 100 dif ferent plates, now in possession of and owned by lhe Artists' Union, of the mar ket value of from 50c. to $1 each. $.11,000 Real Estate. tjiSl.tMMK 1 eleganl dwelling in 32d st. X. Y. city - $12,000 23 building lots in 100 and 101st sts. N. Y. citv. each 25x100 ft. deep, each $1000.. 22,000 101) Villa Silei, containing each 10,000 square feet, in the suburbs of N. Y. city and commanding a magnificent view of the Hudson River and of Long Island Sound, each B00 $50,000 Eoaus of Cash, "$3IMM)0. 20 loans of cash, for 100 yrs each, without interest or security. $250 each, $5,0CO 50 " " " 100 " 5.000 100 " " " 60 " 5,000 25o " 20 " 5.000 2000 " ' '' 5 " 10,000 Thr holder of each ticket is entitled, first, to a steel plate engraving, (size 25x30 in.) of the Great Amerircn Historical Work of Art, WYOMING, A copy of w hich may lie seen at the office of this paper j and seeond, to ona of the 850,000 GIFTS, which will be distributed on the completion of lhe sale of the tickets. The purchaser of 5 tickets, on the receipt of his order, will be forwarded, carefully packed, either one copy of the "Wyoming," elegantly painted in oil colors, or one copy of the "Wy ouiini:.'' plain, and one copy of each tour olher enfrravings equal to it in value, and is entitled to 5 gifts. The purchaser of more than 5 tickets, can have his choice out of 100 different subjects, from sleel plates owned by the Artists' Union, each picture being in value equii alent to the M Wy oming." and is entitled to one gift for each ticket he holds. A list of the subjects can be seen at the office of this papei. AGENTS. Persons desiring to become Agents for the sale of tickals, by forwarding (post-paid) $1, shall be sent a gift ticket, a copy of Wyo ming, and a prospectus containing all necessary information. It is confidently believed, that the tickets will be disposed of by the first of July, when the dis tribution of Gifts will be entrusted to a Commit ten appointed by the Ticket Holders. The sleel plates from which lhe engravings aro printed, can be seen at the office of the artists' Union, and cost $100,000. Bpecimensof the Oil Paintings and Engravings, are also on view at the rooms. References in regard to the Properly. W. C. Barrett, Esq., Counsellor at Law, 10 Wall street, New York. F. J. VlsSCHEa & Co., Real Estate Brokers, SO Nassau street. New York. All orders for Tickets, must be addressed, post paid, w ith the money enclosed, to J.'W. HOLBROOKE, Sec. I'13-3m 505 Broadway, N. Y. BOOK AND DliUG STORE. FAYETTE, MO. .1 -ri, .,i.. .;k..,. i. . ... Tef nomsee to his friend.- andtln-piih-ly jft s lie generally, that his slock of Q 59 i Is large and complete, and that he is selling at : prices as low as any establishment in the country. In the Drug line Mill be found every article usu ally kejit it, Drnir Slores, bought under his own ; supervision, and Warranted Pure and Fresh. Physicians and others can at all times be sup plied at a small advance on cost. Law, Theological, Historical, and every variety of School Books, w hich will be disposed of at a i great reduclon on former prices. I Thankful for past patronage, he respectfully solicits a call from all wanting anything in his line, satisfied thai if good articles and low prices are any inducements, their wanls can be easily suu pligd. W. u SNELSON. Fayett:, January 12. 1854. PAPER. . T .F-T'r.F'It, Foolscap and .Vote Paper, for sale DV real'i or quire, at the Fayette Drug "uuk Store. u"12 W. R. SNELSON. siii,. , - ' . r UIS "utt U,IS' A uyu" supply a ways on hand, for sale at , ' utr 1" al ""-' layette Drug and Book ?'rt,' 1 janl2 W. R. SNELSON. Patent Medicines. - . . r n . . .. . A LiLt 1 ;lt"'' MedlCllieS Worth liaVinL'. Ctll 13 ERF I MERV. An endles ss variety for -t. sale at the 1-avettc Drue and Hoot sti-i JMUS W. R. SNELSON. t II Vltl.CS H. HIM.OH, rfiaiiiuaciiircr oi nounmenta.Tomta anct urine Stoneg. Illll'VSWIfir urn TS prepared lofill orders of every description at .1 the shortest notice. 1 -laAU orders from a distance promptly atten- ("Persons purchasing from my agents mnv rely on being furnished with the best material tnd executed in the finest stile. February 3, IS5I. CLARKE, KATCEIFFE bl to TRANSPORTATION AGENTS AND Btmeral t ommlMOa Merchants, No. 47 CoMiueiAi. Sr.... LOHICaClAL SriiEirr sr. Louis, ' A OENTSfurthe Pennsylvania CeiitraVltailrn-, I ! cig'nts receipted throuah to Jew York, Philadelphia, Boston and Kl.iffL.!? by lhe above lino. " Baltimore, (iST-Vi Commission chaired fr p u. and Receipting Freight going EaJt 4 " vised In' ,i i... ' uuu i es wnen ad- i.:n.. ..a r i- . . ' - ii, n-, Ililll. nr VL lli.l. endorsed on u"l'dul 'K "'Tore or at time of shinm.n l.ooods consigned to our car.'wiR meet Be sunt to mark to our Care. 3 JOOl ly