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G.L A S G O W , W E E RL Y T I ME S
I AM BYIVJ.
The following beautiful poem we copy from
(t:e Memphis (Tenn.) Bulletin. It is rarely we
find such in the columns of a newspaper. It it
twtetly, beautifully sad:J
I AM DYING,
Raise my pillow, husband dearest
Fainter and fainter comes my breath;
Ai d thfse thadows, stealing slowly,
Must I knew, be those of death. .
Sit down close beside ine, da: ling,
Let me clasp your warm, strong band;
Yours, that ever has sustained me
Te tlie borders of this land.
Fcryoar God and mine cur Father,
Thence shall ercr lead me on,
Where, upon- a throne e'.ern.l,
bit His loved and only Son.
I've had vision, and been dreaming
O'er the pait of joy and pain;
Year by year I've wandered backward,
Till 1 was child again.
Dreamed of girlhood, and the moment
YViien I stood your wife anJ bride
How my heart thrilled with love's triumph
Jn tLat hour of woman'? price!
Dreamed of thee and nil the earth cords -
Firmly twined about my heart
Oh! the bittr, burning anguish
When I first knew we must part.
It bns passed and God has promised
All tiiy foot: tops to attend;
He. tbat-s more than frier.d or brother,
He'll be with thee to the end.
There's no shadows o'er the portals
Leading to my heavenly home
Christ hath promised life immorUl,
And 'tis be that bids m: come.
When life's trial wait around thee,
And its chilling billows swell,
Xbou'il thank heaven that I am spared them,
Thou'U thenrt that -'all is well."
Bring our boys unto my bedside,
My last bietsin ltd them keep
But they're sleeping do not wake them
They'll learn soou enough to weep.
Tell them often rf their mother,
. Kiss thera for me when they wake,
Lead I Ueu gently in life's pathway,
Love them doubly for my sake.
Clasp my band still closer, darling,
This, tiie last night of my life,
For, to-morrow, 1 shall never
Answer, when you call me wife."
I sorhnent of Furilit lire ever ottered in this or
I adjacent market, consisting in pari as follows:
Sofa?, WadrobrSj Bureaus, Safe, Tables, Bed
steads. Mai Irenes, Lounges, Cub?, Chairs,
Writing Desks, Rook Cases, together
with' everything that can be found in
our line of trade, any and all of
which we pi arantc to give
entire satisfaction to
friends and customers.
Having purchased at very low prices, we are
prepared to sell as ( noitp as no clicapt sr.
i. i . , I, . in addition jo me aoove win ce iiepi ou ua:ia at
'"6 " all tirres.a eood assortment ot
their pretty feces: METALLIC & WOOD CCFTIXS,
T'. .-,,. .ti V.nt i,ntn. n-.ade to order.
,T. j J T " The public will find it areatlv to their interest
ynj .u, V4-Utv4 r..,...t,., . Ui. , (aca,i examine our slock hilore purcnasir.g
1 . ... 1 .1 I .!.- -I-'.!. 1 ' .
ucraiana me laws oi tno roau wuu regaru i el. rvl;cre.
la handsome frees. Nature and custom! R.-pairina and woik Toi.e i.t order on; hort
would no daulit ajrea in conceding to males ! l10-- Also' o!J r.me. gcat dlalr3 -'"'td
.... . i. wan
Fare the well, my noble husband,
Faint not 'neatli this chastening rod:
Throw vour strong arm lound our children,
Keep them to thee and God.
When Ladies Should be Looked at
A writer in tlio Atlantic Monthly thus
enlightens the belles of ths itreet conecrn
MECHANICAL ADVERTISEMENTS! MECHANICAL ADVERTISEMENTS
W. B. TALLY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
-1? S B 53 Q -If 0 B S
AT THE OLD- STAND-
rBPs Glassrow. Mo. fcvi ii4
Has now in store and elegant assortment cf
BUREAUS, WARDROBES, SOFAS
Ktadsteads, I, ounces,
CHAIRS, SETTEES, WILLOW
work, &c &.C,
e which constant additions will be made. All
ot which will be sold
than such articles have ever been sold in this
MstalL'o. Harhle, Slats and Wood Coffins.
Alnrjfcsupply of the above description, of the
most approved manufacture, and cf all sizes, kept
:o;v-tnni!y on !ir.n.
CjTofiins made to order, of any style srd fin
ih on short notice. septio, 18o'J.
New, Cheap Furniture Store,
UNION DL 0 CK, FIRST STREE T,
TL'ELAND & TEARSON, .
WHOLESALE & KZTAIL
Realeis iu l aiicy and SJnpIc
Furniture cf Every Kind and Description
PEG leave to inform the public . J
trenerallv, that l!:ey are in rcccij-t f j
I.arcetr and liest as-r25
a . S3, fl Hi
DESIRING to change my busines, I would
announce to my iriends and customers, and
the public generally, 'hat I have on hand an
EXCELLENT STOCK OF MARBLE,
suitable for ilonuments and Grave Stones, which
I will work up on
Very Reasonable Terms.
Those who n?ed any thin; cf the kind, are as
sured that so
FAVORABLE AN OPPORTUNITY
to supply themselves, may not occur again in
I have many new, beautiful and original designs
for omutnentini srave stones, which, together
with my stock cf Marble, all are invited to call
and examine, at an early day, as I intend to clese
up as soon as possible. P. J MEU.
gJ have no travelling Agents, and those who
desue rood and reliable work, aie requested to
communicate personally with me, and thus pre
vent imposition, ana secure wiiat they need,
sept 1-i-WX P. B.
b - r i
the right of at least t'.vo c'iur.ct looks et
every comely female countenar.es,' without
ny infraction of the rules of courtesy, or
th sentiment of respect. The first look is
necessary to define the person of th indi
vidual !: meets, so as to amid her in pass
ing. Any unsual fctlraction discovered in
& first g!Bc is sufiicirnt npolspy for a sec
end net a prolongfd end impertinent stare.
" but en appreciating hnnpjeof the eyes, such
s stranger mor in fclltr.iiv!y yield to
. passing iinige. It is cstonisliins how mor
bidly seHsatire seme vu'gar beauties ere to
the elighest dcmonstraiion of this tind.
trhen lady walks tiie streets she leaves
her nrtuous indignation countenenca
i neatness and dispatch.
W It-Z. IP. Sl.OS'JDSS.,
(Next Door to Pest Oiiice)
MANLTACTCF.ER AND DEALER
SADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDLES,
TRUNKS, IL1XES, COLEiRS, WHIPS,
SPURS, SAPOLE BAGS, &c, &c;
HAS just rcturnej frcm St. Lou
is, with a good supply of
which, in a'Ulition to tl:K he had on haiid cf his
OWX MAM IMtTlRr;,
t i make3 rp oi.eof the handsomest and best sfocts
!,... !lnil. thot h.f.t eiero!iere1. inuia.-R0y.,a i.i ai .wJ
.n. ,,,.,,,., 1 than heretofore, call and examine ins stock and
le ptc'ure gallery, where pretty laces
frsmed in yetty bonnets ere meant to ce
eeeo, end everybody hat a : right te sea
. TaiADi. There ere three things which
sever become rusty the money of the be.
navolent the shoes of the butcher's horse,
and a treican e tongue.
l nrte things net eauiy Gone to alley
thirst with firo le dry wet with water to
please all wilh everything that is done.
Three things that are as good as their
better dirty water to extinguish fire a
homely wife to a blind man and a weoden
eword to a csward.
Three warnings from the grave then
knowest what I was, thou seest what I am,
remember what thou art to be.
Three tilings of short continuance a Indies
love a chip fire, and a brook's flood.
Three thing that ought never to be ab
sent frem heme the c&t, chimney, and the
Three things in. o peacock the garb of
an angel, the walk of a thief, ond the voioo
of a devil.
Three thing it is unwise to boast ef
the flavor of thy a!e, the beauty of thy wife,
nd the content of tby purse.
. Tat Aktcf Daes. There is no topic
en whieh there isexpendeda larger amount
of cheap and glib criticism than on dress,
and especially the dress of wemen. Yet
there is no Letter mark of . civilization than
love of order, her respect for other and for
herself. We are no advocate for extrava
gance or ostentation, for even with a mod
erate income, a woman may be always ex
quisitely dressed. A delicate combination
of colon, a neat fit, and a perfect adaptation
of "the ootturae to the occasion, are the
great tecret by which perfect elegance is
achieved, and these are attainable, in moi
erttely prioi & fairies, as well in 'the most
ei pensive produc! of foreign loom.
prices. both oi which he ls waiiaidcd ia saying
will prove satiMactory.
April 22. 1S54
Shop, next door above Sfeinmetz & Frar.zen.
I have just received and am nowollerinj
jf&j- far sale, an elegant and extensive stock of
READY MADE SADDLERY,
embracing articles of every description, which
will be sold at prices far lower tiiau such articles
have usually been sold in tliis place, or section of
SADDLES, CaiDLES & H.IHXESS,
of my own manufacture, constantly on hand, or
made to order, as usual, on as accommodating
terms as they can be had this side of St. Louis.
liiankful for past favors, I respectfully solicit
a call from my old friends and customers, and the
May 13. 1S5S. J. G. EBERLE.
J" 23 "VtT" 33 Xj "ST
Ami Fancy Goods.
JOHN CHAMBERLAIN, liavin?j.ist returned
from the Eastern cities, is ww i e-i ivii:pr his
expressly lor tins
cil and linest assortment
stock of GOODS, purchasid
market.embracinsr the lur
Watches, C!ocIs, Jewelry, &.c
ever brought to this place, llis Watches have
Ulsl been imported from the best manufactories
and are of the finest workmanship, and of the lat
est improved movements, with heavy Gold and
fcilver cases, and warranted to keep time, lit
consists of fine Chains, Seal:-, Dnicelets. Lockets,
Breast-pins, Ear-rinrs, Finyer-iiups. and Charms;
aio a sniemieu assorit-.ein ct Lnameled, Coral At
Lava, in f uil mU, from the linest douitsiic maim
well-dressed feminine txceller.ee.. T!le!i:ionesci;.hrac.tiR every variety or clieap, cost-
Ar... r .!.-- t... I,. I,.- ..... t... y,B.iuui auu utiu. w ucies. aaepie., lo com-
wi M n wimii wJI a 111.1 taiic, net f.irt. n paltri). an, ailnrnmpiir tl.A l- :iir env
He has also recc-ive.l an extensive assortment of
Gold, Silver, Ktecl Hud plated Siec
Also a fine assortment of
Port Monies, Pocket Cutlery,
Cold Pens, Brushes,
Thimbles, Ladips Reticules, &c,
Jet Goods, Work-boxes,'
Coiiibs, Writing Desks,
French Flutinas, Guitars,
Toys, Violin &. Guitar strings
Tfiis splendid assortment of Goods was selected
with great care, and from the latent importation;;
uieyareoc me oesi quairy, anu newest styles,
ana are onerca at such prices as win compare!
vorably with any establishment in St. Louis.
. K. L. Vatches, Clocks. Jcv.-ehy & Accorde-
ons, repaired in a workman-like manner. All
Woik warmated to eive satisfaction
Silver-Ware of all kinds made to order at short
notice, by expencnoed workmen.
Old Gold and'Silverlnken in Exchange.
JOHN CHAM HEKLATN.
(J"S.pj of the B Watch, No. 57, Union
Block, tirst btreet.uiasgow Mo.
. June 1U 1857.
EEP5 eo!is!ant!y on hand, a chcico supply
J.- of tlie best mid most approved patterns of
COOKING STOVES such as the celebrated
CHARTER GK COOK;
Shanghai EcvalcJ Occn Sieves.
All these .are heavy patterns: .iiso, one cf the
best selection of
Heating nd Parlor Stores,
That lias ever been offered iu this place in con
nection -.villi a rood s;:pn!y cf
FLAIX TiX ASDJAPAS WAKE:
C;;i! rumps and Txleing;
Copper and Ircn Liglitiiiiij Earls;
J.'fM.-rs' 5 iij'.'niiJ. Ire Cream Freezer, fyr., f;r.
EVERYBODY ought to know and will know,
by examining for themselves, the large
J. B . FORBI S ,
AT CHILDS' CORNER,
Where to buy their dry goods, clothing,
2oots c? SliOoe,
HARDWARE AND GROCERIES,
For he has an immense stock of everything of
A SEW 10T OF
READY - -MADE CLOTHLNG,
Comprising eTery variety from a gentleman's
suit to the plainest nep o clolhinsr, which w ere
manufactured in tlie East, and are oiicred very
low. A large variety of
Hats &. Caps,
but e?peci?l attention is invited to the large and
well-selected stcck of
BOOTS & SHOES,
with which, I am certain to give entire satisfac
tion they have been bought low.
I havo, also, made very large additions to the
dry goods department, on wiuc'u I offer to suit
the most fashionable or substantial.
The Grocery and Provision Department,
I warrant to bo unsurpassed, bolii in quaHIy of
i;oods and uniformity of price; having bought
tin m with care and shipped them it low figures.
octl3 J- tJ. FORBIS.
DRY; GOODS, ETC.
TILLMAN & PHIPPS
ARE now receiving the largest and most com
plete stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
they have ever had in store. Their stock con
sists in part as follows:
11 Wool Delaines,
Xox3.to,l Card- '
' i H. DESRIOUX , MESSIMY, . ,
Mechanical and Surgeon Denii&t,
- FAYETTE, MO.
BEING permanently located, will
give prompt attention to all calls.
GEORGE 8. PALMER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AKD REAL EST A TE AGENT,
MACON CITY, MACON COUNTY, MISOTJRI
WILL give prompt attention to all collections
and professional business entrusted to him
in all the courts of Macon county, and in the
circuit courts of the adjoining countiesi to buy
ing and selling town property, in both Macon
City and Hudson, and to buying ;and selling real
estate throughout Macon county. jy!5
rpHE undersigned have formed a co-partner-JL
ship in the Practice of the Law and general
collecting business. We will practice io tlie Cir
cuit Courts of Howard, Randolph, Saline, Chari
ton and Linn counties, and the County Courts of
Howard and Chariton counties: and in the Su
preme Court at Jefferson Ctty. Address, Shack
elford Turner, Glasgow, Mo.-
noy.15-1858. J. V. TURNER.
LIQUORS, CIGARS, CONFECTIONERIES,
TTalcr Street. Glasgow
HAVING purchased the entire stock of G. O.
AVnwer. and taken possession of his old
stand, will" bo at all tias ready to -r-rve Hie pub
lic in anvihinr in our line. 1 have a choice lot
nt (Hit i.iiniors and iiir,
ami will m?.ke constant additions, also, choice
Wines, such as native Catawba,
Ohio Catawba, Rhine wine,
Champagne wine, bes
quality, and a No. t article
ef Sherry wine.
Siipci ior Cream Ale, and Lager Beer, on tap
or by the quantity.
Aisoi tea cnnipa candies,
Fanev candies of every description,
is:e5. friiiEred. silt and plain,
Nuis. Almr.c'ds, Brazil nuN. Filberts,
Pea lints, LngU-b V.'a!nu',e(c.
tZSTl Lave also j sjiacious I-'-iiii h Koom.
ot cen.lOTnC'ii cin ia:.c " imc:i nu
And all the laiest styles of the season.
full hue of
3"PKnT 'ASi"-A nc.v ne'ent serew . bolt'c of V.'ine, eiitin-iy private. I intend to
can. Ihia is the erst can, yet, iiitrcri'iceri; , keep nothing b.it the Best, ana by giving p'r-
aiid ol every variety ci my ov;a ri.aiit;facturc, all i sonal atiention to business, hope to receive a
of which I ofcr et very low prices.
CST received n.id in slore. a large end select
assortment of Pjiior. O.iiCe .".n.l Cooking
Stoves, of the most Leauliful and durable pat
terns, which I will sell at reduced prices. Also
a cholee stock of tinware of every description,
tnadc of the bet Material. Call and see for vow
self. fser3 5l C. D.WTK.L.
"FRESfl FfiOM THE EAST'
rpHE subscribers are just in receipt of a larze
X lot of fresh goods purchistd b v one of the
STOVES ! STOVES ! !
JJIfall funeral sermons were honest
and candid, there might te more like this,
preached lately by very "hard" Western
"I have been begged, entreated and im
portuned lo preach thia 'ere sermon, but I
don't want to do it. I never did like the
nan; I never did know nothing good of him.
He had horses aud ha run 'em; he had cocks
nd be fit 'em. . I hare heard he was occa
sionally good at fires. The bearers will
remote the body and eieg the following
hymn: 1 ; . ; ,' '
; "With rapture we delight to see '
The cuss removed." . '
Hail Colombia! Mr. Nelson, cf Tea
ceesee, said in Lit speech of dissolution, j
"I have always thought if ever the two
stctions ef this Union were arrayed egainit
aeh eiher and two opposing armies were to
'sect, tisrcliirg to the tone f Hsit Culum-
fcitt, I t:iiiik,tli&t ns !ty epproached e:cJ
otlnr r,d7.erJ'fhJ fair.;!iar a'tr, "fhdt
uli ihraw'Covtn XlAr arms aud rus
Barber and Hair lirRop.
THANKFUL for the liberal patronage hereto
fore extended to him, would announce that he
is always at his post, with sharp instruments and
Clean Lanen, preparea io
Miave, shampoo, or Cat Hair
(9" Shop on Water streets.
Tj t.ft.t;i ULLV announces that he is pr-
X V pareu w re-painc carriages, Bujfpes, &c,
on short notice and reasonable terms, una in a
style that he guarantees to give satisfaction. A
call is respectfully solicited from 111 who Bay
have niy work iu his line .
Shop on Fi.-st street, next door above Car
izt stove tlu Tis' ware room. une30,'uS-ly
JOHN R. CARSON,
vThoksale and Retail Dealer in
STOVES, TIN, SHEET IRON
LIGTNINGEODS AKD PXTMPS,
FIRST STREET, GLASGOW, MO., '
KEEPS constantly en hand a complete as
sort ir.eiit cf every variety of
IIEATLNU LAME AND SMALL
BELI.L OF THE WEST,
BELLE OF MISSOCRL
PLYMOUTH ROCK, VALLEY FORGE,
and other patterns. OfliLe and Parlor Stoves, for
coal or wnud. of every variety.
Sieves d. liiered and put up anywhere in town,
umI warranted to give satisfaction, or money re
funded. IJOOFJXG & GL'TTCRIXGa
Trompt atiention paid to ,Roofinr and Gutter
ing, in town or country. All orders promptly
tilled and satisfaction guaranteed.
-1 LIGHTS IN G HODS.
A pood supply always on hand, and promptly
put up, at any place or point, in traveling distance.
All kinds of Pumps, delivered and put up, cheap
as tlie cheapest.
Japan, Copper and Tin Ware vessels of every
kind usually called for on hand.
Every ariicle in my linechcin for cash, or sn
short time to piompt men. Call.
uovl7, IHSi. JNO. R. CARSON.
! f:: m now cast, and oiK r for sale,
I Iw prices, ca our usual terms, the
50 Dozen Tield's Fresh Oysters in 1 and
2 to caiis.
C d z frrjli Hums.
2 yree ii turtle.
0 box Pine Apple Cheese.
20 ' Western Reserve Cheese.
It'd boxs Sardines.
- ' Mushroom Catsup.
- 2 " W limit "
4 ;: pepper Sauce.
4 " Worcestershire Sauce.
1 box headii. 41
2 bbla Pecans!
2 " Filberls.
2 " English W.ilnuts.
0 baskets Champagne.
2 doi Pine Apple.-, in f!u,
Toother wilh asreneral s'.ock of f.:ncy groceries,
to uhicli the attention of purchasers is respectful
EARTHOLOW, ROE DINS &. TATUM
) EELS Eresh Herrine; 5 bbls While Fi.-h; I
w bl.l Shimon; I bbl Trout; S boxes Herring.
For sale by
BARI HOLOVV, ROBRINS & TATT'M.
f"7001;E.V i?.IRr,..-A general assort-
V V i.ient iist received, and for sale low.
BARTHOLOW. liOEElNS &. TAT CM.
And a large assortment of
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS CAPS, HARDWARE, Q'.'EENS
WARE, CLOTHING, tc, tc.
And many other articles to numerous to mention.
PrPer?-5iis wauling soods will do wpN to
i cuss call. sepa
New Stock . cf Cloths, Cassimereg and
Gcui'3 E'lll'iiisIiiiiS Gols.
MERCHANT TAILOR ,
THANKFUL for the liberal patronage?
heretofore received, would respectful- ft
ly announce to his trieruls and patrons, and IT
the public generally, that he has just returned
from St. Louis wilh a beautiful assortment of
Cloths, Cassimeres. Testings, kc,
which he is prepared to make up (o order, on
short notice, ana reasonable terms.
He also has an assortment of Gent's furnishing
goods, such as Shirts, Collars, Under-Shirts,
Drawers, Neck lies, Cravats, Handkerchiefs,
Gloves, &c. all of the best material and latest
styles, for sale at low prices.
IjA call is respecuully sohciteo.
odti W. A. ELAIR.
NEW FIEM. .
BOOT &. SnOE MANUFACTORY.
BAIMAN & IIAN.AC1
HAVE associated themselves together n'sP
the Boot and Shoe business, and willf'W
keep a cood assortment ef their own Msuufac-
turc. alwavs on hand, material aud workman
ship warranted to be of the best.
All orders lor work promptly executed.
EjirShoD en Water Street, tws doors above
Tillman's Grocery Store, . . jan5 -
PAINT, T AvC We have a very large stock
.of eve ythuig required, in painting, tno
and come and boy your pairfs of os. ' v t
nineju - - - vnurr wit,l.lABi3.
t OTTOS' TARHrS."40 bags just .reeeiveff
A flmeroffiif fn'idiioii r...'7i.v..-f by 'prciul En-
doirmni!,Jcr the Ktiicf of the Sii k and IMt
tiesmd, nfftided ici'lh Virulent and Epi
rpHE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of
X the awtu! uestruction or liuman li'e caused
by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practiced
upon the unfortunate victims of such disease, by
Quacks, several years ago directed their Consult
ing Surgeon, as a CHARITABLE ACT worthy
of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treat
ment of this rlass of diseases, in ;.ll their forms,
and to give MEWICAL ADVICE GRATIS to
all who ply by letter, wiiu a description of
their cor.dition.fge occupation, habits of life,
kc.) aiid in ra'es r.f extreme poverty, to FUR
NISH MEDICINESJ'REE OF CHARGE. It is
needless to add that the Association commands
the highest Medical skill of the age, and will fur
nish the most approved modern treatment.
The Directors of the Association, in their an
nual Report upon the treatment of Sexual Disea
ses, express the highest satisfaction with the suc
cess which has attended the labors of their Sur
geons in the cure of Spennatorrhu-a, Seminal
Weakiiess,Gonon hLa, Gleet, Syphilis, the vice of
Onanism or Self-Abuse, Diseases of the Kidneys
and Bladder, &c., and order a continuance of the
same plan for the ensuing year.
The Directors, on a review of the past, feel as
sured that their labors in this sphere of benevo
lent rflbrt have been of great benefit to the alllict
led, especially to tlie young, and they have re
solved to devote themselves, with renewed zeal,
to this very important and much despised cause.
An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or
Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Mastur
bation, or Self-Abuse, and other diseases of the
sexual organs, by the Corrulllng burgeon, will be
sent by mail (in a sealed envelope), FREE OF
CHARGE, on receipt of TWO STAMPS for
postage. - Other Rcporls and Tracts on the nature
and treatment of sexual diseases, diet, i.e., aie
constantly being published for" gratuitous distri
bution, and will lie sent to the afflicted. Some of
the new remedies aud methods of treatment dis
covered duringtlie last year, are of great value.
Address, for Report or treatment, DR. J.
SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, How
ard Association, No. 2 South Ninth Street Phila
delphia, Pa. By order of the Directors,
EZRA D. HEARTWELL, Pres.
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Sccy. ug22-ly
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
EVERY STYLE AND ARTICLE,
Gentlemen r Ladies,
ROUGH WEAR AND SERVANT
No Trouble to Show Goods.
JOHN J C. CHAiTXET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL practice in Chariton and adjoining
counties; prosecute all claims entrusted to
him with promptness, and give special attention
to administration business.
("Office up stairsin the Court-house. m1t31
IATIIER T. COLLIER,
Attorney at Xji-w,
- CHILLICOTHE, MO.
WILL attend to all business entrusted to his
care in the counties of Livingston, Grundy,
Daviess, Canoll, Linn, Chariton and Randolph.
- CARLOS BOAItDMAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL continue the piactice of the Law in
Linn and the adjomiug counties.- Allbusi
ness entrusted to bis care wUl receive promyt at
tention. Cap 18o6.
nr. w. :o. ensws,
ATT0E2JEY AT LAW,
WILL practice in the Courts of Saline, How
ard, Cooper, Pettis, Johnson and Lafayette.
A. W. LONG,
ATTORNEY AT LA W AND LAND AGENT
LlWFXs, srissotm. v
5 Prompt attention paid to the collection of
claims and land business eenerally.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
""T7lLL practice in the counties of Chariton,
Randolph, Linn and Carroll. All pro
fessional business confided to his care, will be
diligently and promptly attended to. scpt3-ly
ESQLTE Alfl HACHEJE. SHOP, r7
THE subscriber is amply provided wifljtS
best of stock' and matenali, for Mann ,.'
factnrinar, Fercina;, Tamlagi aatfD
Finlstaiiic; of all kinds of Iron end Brace '
Castinp, Babbitt Metal, and Bells, of all sizes.
He has constantly on hand, or will manufae
ture, en short notice, every varietjcf .,..
Fancy Iroa Fencing: - -. .? jisT
Chairs; " - :- " ,.:
Hall Racks?."' C .'. ". ;
. ; Shovel and Tbng Racks
Fancy Grates and fronti; J ' -a A
' Fenders; .... t "
Chimney Backs; " v-.' ' '
- - Blacksmith Mandrels;
' ; , Swedge Blocks; .
Tuyer Iron, of dif. pat,' '
Vices; . . t. ,
Ovens and skillets'
Wagon fioxes; Tz
' Grate Bare''
Saw Hill Cranks; --.- .. ; ., ; . -Gudgeons;
Rag Irons; ,
hock, car and toaJ-pit wheels;
Sash weights; i.i : .-. j ;, . ; "
'.'-.i Thimble Boxes; ... ,: .
Doelrons, fancy and plaui; ,7 '13
.Cook Stoves, peodsfylesj . - :-i-v,
I, Parlor and Heating Stoves; '
- . Lard Press &. Cylinder screw,'-'
on an improved plan; Jt s
Hemp screws; .
. Cider and Wine .Free
Saw Gummer Mai
1 HAVE ALSO ADDED TO Mr PATTEBN3:
Pullev CuddIipfs. Hanpin?s. Th-iimn. rntro. i
Flackers of different sizes, JUtgi Beveled
and Spur Wheels, Pinions, : .
Shafts, Boxee and Sag. ... ' 1
I am also preprred to make any kind ef Pat
ten's, plain or ornamental, for baildinj Castinp,-;
Door Sills, Round, Square and Fluten Columns, '
Window Caps and Sills, Lintels, Pillars, . ; j
Pumps, Mill-stone Spindles;
Bushing, Drivers and '' J
Horse Power -.
All kinds cf Eepairin", including Steam En
pines, Boilers, Mill Machinery, Hemp Brake and
Threshing Machines, done on the shortest notice.
Any Size Cylender Bored Oatw
SS"No charge is made (except for alterations) .
for the use of any pattern on hand. When pat
tcrri3 are made to order and not taken away, ia '
most cases but half price will be charged tor the
same. Strangers ordering work will oe expected
to make an advance that will insure its being
C3?"Tti3e givinjt orders must be particular la
mculieiiins sizes and plan of work wanted. r
WOOD TCB.MNG AKD VLAII5IXG KILL ATTACHES
10 THE ABOVE. -
8"Mj Pattern Maker cannot be excelled by'
any workman anywhere.)
Ja.hes Waltm, A;ent. july2f-4f
WE have all kinds of Spices, Flavoring Ex
tracts, Yeast Powder, Starch, Soda, Cream
Tartar, Soaps, Dye Stuffs, Blnckinsr, te., he.
JuneJO CROP? & WILLIAM3.
IT. r. PITTS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL give prompt attention to all business
entrusted to him in tlie various Courts of
Howard and adjoining counties.
S-0fEceon First Street, opposite Exchange
Gr. IT. 23tTJEBffIl3
Musical Istrjimcnfs ana inusic.
HAS on hard an excel-. fX,
For which the highest price will be paid.
septa M. UllLt.NAUAU.U.
BOOTS & SHOESJ
BY tit the best'stock of Boots and Shoe we
, have ever oll'ered in this place made to or
der, and warranted a superior article. The atten
tion of buyers is specially invited le-their stock.
aept2i v STROUSE & FRIEDSAM.
WE hitve any quantity of (be very best Five
Wood, which we will sell on the river
bimk, or deliver in any part of the city; Sold ky
the Measured cord, at low raten. Give us a rail
ana get your winter wood.
B TILLMAN ft FHIPF3.
For The Ladies.
ENCLISH and French Merinoes.
AH Wool le Laines, solid colors.
Double Skirt, and Robe Patterns, va
rious styles of goods.
Silks Plain and Fancy.
Shawls an elegant assortment.
v Furs a beautiful assortment.
Bonnets Fall aud Winter, trimmed.
Hoops 7 to 40 springs, all styles. .
Corsets all stvles.
Laces, Gloves; Hosiery, Flowers, Swiss Jacontct,
Cohirs and Sleeves, ic, tc; altogether making
as full an assortment as it has ever been our pleas
ure to open to the inspection of he public
seot22 STROUSE iFIUtOSAM.
Clothing, Ready Made.
"VCR stock of clothing is large and complete
J cut in the latest sh'les made substantially,
auu ot goou material . can ana see
Some Splendid Overcoats,
ELEGANT DRESS AND FROCK COATS,
Pants and Vests ia Great Variety.
and in short everything desired for a complete
. Gentleman's Outfit, .
all for sale at unusually low prices, by
sept22 - . STROUSE & FRIEDSAM.
' STAPLE GOODS- .
Doasestics, - '
i . Osnaburgs, ; ' i i-..-,
! .7 '. , v .. !. lineetings,'-'
- Crtsmtn; '-! ,
Cassinelt, 1 .v'": '8 sii. j1
Cloths, he., in
BTeat variety, and venous prices; for sae by
septt STROUSE . FRIEDSAM. .
lent assortment of Instra-A.'5
ments, viz: j
Ouitarn, Tioiins. .iccordeons,
Uaujos. S.C., &c.i
together with .Music for the various Instruments,
including the latest publications and familiar airs
Guiiar, Piano, and Violin Strings, together with
Fins, Bridges, Jtr.,and everything to repair break
age or drfectivc instruments.
fry Instructions i;iven on any Instrument.
jJ.jT Pianos or other Instruments promptly and
Will ordor av ' description of Instruments
or ilusic not keid - hand. novlO
F. W. DIGGES,
"TylLL give attention to sales of Merchandise,
V Real Estate, personal 1'roperiy,
Howard and adjoining counties.
Feb. A, 1858 tf.
aa J la li 9
SURGEO .V ME Oil A NIC A L
jyOflice on First street, west side, above
Market, opposite Mr. Shackelford's late resi
dence. - jan'
M The undersigned has opened a large and
commodious Hotel between Second and
Thu d, and Market and Howard streets, in this
city. His house is new, and fitted up in tne very
best style, and has ample facilities for a first
class Hotel. He has spared no pains i making
his rooms elegant and comfortable. His table
will at ail times be furnished in a manner to grat
ify the ulmost reasonable wishes of his guesw.
The situation of his house is one of the n. t
pleasaut and healthy in this city.
lliere 19 a gooa iirery tnuie ciuse hi uaira,
where stock will be well attended to. The pub
lic are respectfully invited to give Mm a call.
.11 TOUT HT CATITir
FD. LLOYD announces to his friends Jft
and the public, that he is prepared giij
te accommodate them as above, with the best
the markets ofUie country aitords. novJ-Jin
. Custom Made
WE have made arrangements with ene.
of the largest manufacturing estab-SS
lishmentsin the North, to furnish us with"
custom made, double soled .
- ' Negro Boots and Shoes,
which we will warrant equal te our own work,
and which we can sell at tenter rates than such
articles have ever been sold in this market. Call
and examine this work before you engage your
ep(8 STFJNMETZ k FRANZEN.
FINE and eoarse Blankets, ranging from $2 50
to S15 per pair a larce assortment .of the
best Quality manufactured, and various aatterns
aept22 STROUSE fc FRIEDSAM. ,
HAIR, Tooth, Nail, Cloth, Scrub &. Shoe
Brushes,- Port Monaies. Pocket Books,
Purses, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Shaving
Soaps, Pencils, Combs. Fishing Tackle, Violin tt
Guiiar strings, Toys, Ac, &c.
iBli8-2m CROPP & WILLIAMS.
SINGER'S SEWIXG MACHINES
FIFTY DOLLARS! i
HAVING completed and occupied our great
Fire-Proof Manufactory the most per
feet machine shop in the world we have signal
ized the event bv producing a new FAMILY
SEWING MACHlNE.rontaimng thelatestun
provementsat the very low price of '
FIFTY DO I. LA RS!
This great reduction will leave the public with
out iuducemnt or excuse for buyicg any of the
inferior machines which infringe our patents.
Competion will henceforth become impossible.
A very large reduction has been made, in the
prices cf all of .
SINGER'S STANDARD MACHINES " !
for manufacturing purposes, which are well
well known to be without any successful rival in
the market. Much has recently been published
in regard to various stitches made by sewing su
chines We take it for granted that all the world
knows the fact, that Singer's Machines make .'
bestffltch ever invented, and do it in the :-3
"Scrd for a ecpj of 7. ST. Singer $ Co
Gazette, which contains full information about
priees, sizes, etc.. of sewine machines, and toll b
tupplud gratit. ' .......
jan27, -'58-ly. 458 Broadway, New Zork.
Habkison Sl Co., Agents, Giasfow. -'"
PHE 1SD POPLAR . - -
fl l n f FE ET assorted rough pine tam
eUUUU ber from to 3 inches.
30,000 feet white pine flooring. . . - 7
20.(100 yellow do do- 1 ' ' '
. 20,000 do- poplar do . ..'i
6u,000 " poplar weather boarding:-
' 20,004 " rough poplar from l to 3 incktf
thick; , u-.J
250,000 best quality pine shingles;
5,500 rights sash, assorted sizes. 3
' Saw?d and split lathe. . . ; . -i - i j
S3" TERMS CASH. ' '
juiyltL W. P. ROPER. :
. - NEW AND
O. Henderson's Glasgow Drug
THE citizens of Glasgow and vicinity are &
formed that I have just received, and aare
now on hand, one of the richest and most-ee-'
plete assortments of .
Wail and Border Pri
ever seen in this market, which will be dispose
of, either wholesale or retail, at pricee tBtf
one can grumble at. Having added this ae .
feature to my business, it is my intention, atea
times, to keep the newest and aaost varied
oa hand. ,v
Call at the Glasgow Drug Store, e W
Street. aprill4-'os-ly O. HENDERSON..
f A G 0 n s r-
from $73 to $85. A supply rjfU
A rwANCE FOR INVESTMENT;,
T XSt authorized Io sn on nberal rmv se
1 ral desiraWefarinCsituateda
Saline counties. Well lmprovea, ana
o AiBow. ttowira COWITY.
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