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GLASGOW, MO., AUGUST 24, 1866.
Cecal ittattcr.
WBtc4 A farm of about 160 acres, well im
prortd, nm Glasgow. Apply to
J. B. Thomson Co., Real Estate Agent!.
BfMran The following are the Registrar!
appointed for Howard County i
Richmond Township Wm. ft. Bohanan.
franklin Joseph Wright.
Moniteau ." Edward 8. Davis
Jis. M. Bearei.
Prairie " Jamee E. Harvey
Bonnefemmt " David Wilaon.
Boonslick, " R.H.Turner.
Chariton " George E. Rose.
Stead FtTyr Mr. J. W. Lewis' steam ferry
boat arrived yesterday (Thursday.) It will be
immediate started plying between niasgnw and tbs
Saline shore. The boat Is the sane that was former
ly at Boabville, having been recently on the St.
ttls dock", where she received a new bottom and a
fresh coat of pnint. She cost $111,000, as she now
floats. The "Joe 8, Smith" her name has a carry
ing capacity for 100 head of large slock, or 1! wagons
and teams, and has an engirt of ample power to
atetn blgh-watcr ennents. Mr. Lewis Is entitled to
the thanks of tht oommunity for this exhibition of
enterprise, which mast result In Immense advantage
toOlMgow by affording Increased faoilitlsa for trade
with the wealthy and thrifty farmers of Saline, who
we an tare can fad no more advantageous point at
which to diipose of their products or obtain their
supplies. A road to tht bluff is seeded, and should
be Immediately opened sixty or one hundred feet
wld, the present road being so narrow as that it can
not dry oat in the sXtnmer. About a mile of the
distance from the landing to the bluff, we learn,
needs to be thrown up, which, with the cutting away
of the overhanging trees, would make an excellent
road. The land-owners along the roote, It Is said,
are willing to give the right ot way, and we feci snre
our citizens, when called upon, will subscribe liber
ally towards defraying the expense. The business
community will certainly eoniult their own Interest
In eo doing.
It is the intention of Mr. Lewis to give an excur
sion to some point on the Saline shore, when an op
portunity will be glvn to tt the capacity of the
Contract Let for Building a Charts. The
contract for building the Chariton Baptist Church,
on the State road leading from Glasgow toHantsville
about five-and-a-half miles from Glasgow, and where
the Favutte and Keytesville road crosses, has been
li t to Mr. Hubbard, f New Franklin. The build
ing is to be a frame, thirty-six by forty-six feet and
sixteen feet from floor to ceiling. It is to be com
pleted t7 the 15th of November, and Is to cost $2560.
Cholera. On Sunday morning last, a negro
boy, fifteen years old, named teham, formerly a slave
of Mr. B. S. Edrlina, wits violently attacked, with
cholera symptoms. A little before noon, Dr. South,
worth was sent for; but he found the boy in the col
la pec stage, and nothing could be done for him. The
boy died at five o'clock In the evening of the day he
was attacked. lie had eaten a quantity of green
apples the day before.
A young woman named Lucy, sister of the above,
was attacked the same day, and died on Tuesday.
Etc was the wife of Wash Robinson, one of Mr.
J. W. Lewis's field bands. Was very imprudent In
eating. Pronounced cholera by Dr. J. A. Lewis, who
attended the caso.
Both these rases seem to have been occasioned by
over-enting, boththeboy and woman having attended
watermelon frolic"; the evening previous (0 their
ck. The buy walked up to Montlcellu. (,', a
Entity of green apples, and returned before kreni
These are thi only eases that have occurred in Glas
gow, and the people are unusually healthy for this
aeaeon of the year.
Mr. Frank Backer, living some two miles west of
Boanoke, died ou Monday, of cholera. He had just
returned from St. Louis.
A woman, name not known, died in lTuntsvllle, of
cholera, on Tuesday.
LM Letters remaining in the Glasgow post
Office August 58, 13116. If not called fcjf within one
month, will be sent to the Dead Letter Office. When
calling for any of these letters, ray "advertised."
Aldrich Levi Crousa J A Lewis Ellery C
Anderson Thos Fwingjobn Madison Jas
Arbery Nannie Epeli t Frank Morris ltichard
Brown Lena Ferguson Thos A Melton Kliaha
Bowman Wm 2 Fairs S II Moore Tiford
Burris Oracy Fitch J D I Moore Bcrlinda
Jjelawl Ulimitlna jr urniuan uenry riiuDinva z
Central Fair Heettag , At a meeting of the
ciliiena of Randolph, Chariton and Howaid coun
ties, held on the ground selected, A. W. Morrison
w,s called to the chair, and W. V. Hall appoint
ed Secretary. A. J. Herndon being called upon
explained the object of the meeting. The chair
men then appointed the following gentlemen to
eelect officers for the present year. Committee,
A. More, J. J. Grinsteiil and Steve Phelps ot
Chariton Geo. T. Green, Woodson Newby and
W. Y. Lockridgeof Randolph j N. J. Elliot, John
Miller and James Q. Maupin ot How -rd. The
meeting adjourned for dinner, after which the
meeting was moved to the academy, when the
Committee made the following report)
For President James Richardson of Randolph.
Vice Presidents A. W. Morrison of Howard)
A. More of Chariton.
Secretary Wm. V. Hall of Howard.
Asst. Secretary wm. Barton of Randolph.
Treasurer Rice Patterson, of Howard.
Directors- Howard I John Miller, N . G. Elliott,
J.H.Patterson. Chariton i J W. Harris, John
p. Williams, W. J. Harvey. Randolph i Geo. T.
Green, Woodson Newby and W. Y. Lockridge.
Upon motion, a committee was appointed to get
up article! of association, composed ot the fol
lowing gentlemen I
B. 8. Head, Chairmen,-A. J. Herndon, Wm.
V Hall, Thos. B. Kimbrongh, Thos. T. Elliott,
R. W. Thompson enrl Hon. W. A. Hall said
committee to meet at Roanoke and report on Thurs
day, the 30th day of August.
By a unanimous vote, Ihe editors of the Glnsgow
Times, Howard County Advertiser, Handolph
Citizen and Brunswicker, were elected honorary
Upon motion of N. O. Elliott it was agreed
that the Director! meet at Roanoke on the 30th
day of August, to confer with the committee ap
pointed to get up the article! of association, and
to agree upon the time for holding a fair, and to
attend to such other business as may come before
them for immediate action.
By a unanimous vote, it wa agreed to have the
ring one hundred yards in diameter.
The chairman appointed . H. Wayland, Jamel
Richardson, W. Y. Lockriilge, W. P. Phelps,
Wm. V. Hall, J. H. Patterson and W. J. Harvey,
a committee of arrangements.
The Secretary was instructed to forward a copy
of the proceedings to each of the papers for pub
lication. A. W. Morrison, President.
Wm. V. Hall, Secretary. .
rricnett Institute. We are glad to hear that
(he prospects of this institution for a large atten
dance the approaching session are all that could
be desired by its numerous friends. Many appli
cations have been made by students from a dis
tance, and ehqUiries have been received from five
or six heads of families who propose to locate here
for the purpose of educating their Children, if
dwellings can be obtained. Every encourage
ment should be given toWse persons, in the way
of aiding them in procuring bouses. Mr. Pritchett
is now engsged in moving his household effects
from Fayette to tbii place. The work on the
building is progressing finely, and on the 17th of
September next We expect so have one of the best
schools in the State of Missouri opened in Glas
gow. Bore Candidates. We announce this week,
Mr. Geo. C. Eaton, for Sheriff, A. J. Herndon,
for County Clerk and C. H. Stewart for Circuit
Announcement fee, IS invariably in advance
. Far feuRty Clerk.
(7 We are authorized to announce A. J.
HcannoN, as a candidate fot County Clerk of
H iward county at the ensuing November election.
Far the Legislature.
Ma. FniToa t In response to the very flattering
communication of " Many Johnson Men," in your
last issue, as well as many personal friends who
have addressed me on Ihe same subject, yon will
t lease announce me as a candidate for Ihe State
legislature. Believing that " in union there is
strength," you will make the announcement sub
ject to the decision of a convention of the Con
servative Union voters of Howard county, should
such an one be held. Respectfully,
Far Circuit attaraey M District.
SrT We are authorized to announce B. S.
Head, Esq., of Randolph county, as a Conserva
tive Andrew Johnson candidate for the office of
Circuit Attorney for the 2d Judit'iul Circuit, com
posing Ihe counties of Macon, Randolph, Howard,
Boone and Callaway, at the next Novemoer elec
tion. 7 We are authorized to announce 8amuei
C. Masor) Jr., a! a candidate for the office of
Prosecuting Attorney for the 2d judicial district,
composed of the counties of Howard, Randolph,
Macon, Boone and Callaway, at the next Novem
ber election.
Far the State Senate 7th District.
ftdF" We are authorized to announce Dr. J.
Havf.s, of Ronnoke, as a candidate for the State
Senate, to represent the lilt Senatorial district,
composed ot the counties ot Howard, Randolph
and Monroe on the Radical ticket.
Brady T W
jfoice jonn
Bairley Sam B
Bellew Ann
Berry John
Cafon Mrs B L
fjuleiis Scott
CoffJ H
Cropp Miss M E
Funkhouaer D E Pflueer John
Godden F M Perkins David
Guthrie Bev Btaolte Philip I
Ualloway Helen Blieppcrd Wm
Hudson Geo Sutloo J K
Hicks Levi Sweat J D
Hoy wood Miss MJShcpperd Mary
Ilighbarger Mrs Ssee Angelina
Jl j barbaugn iicnry
Clarkson Essex Hiffhbareerllenrv'Weils Joel
(colored) Leak J J 2 Wilton Nathaniel
Foar Sea), said to be from Linn county, were
In Glasgow one day last week, inquiring for the resiW
denoe of ClifUm Holtsclaw. They were armed with
shot-guna, and rode in a wagon. They wanted to ar
rest Uoltstlaw, they said, on a charge of murder.
HoltuUw was In t'wn at the same (inie. We have
beard of the men subsequently calling at the house
of Uolitclav, their number augmented to nine. Mr
U. was not at hotee.
Increase af war Circulation. Within Ihe last
month the circulation ot the Glasgow Times has
increased at least one hundred, and the cry is still
tbeycome. The people have been taking advan
tage of our club rates for the campaign. Wa are
indebted to Ihe following gentlemen for their as
sistance in extending our circulation) J. N.
Moore, Jas. 8imms, Thos. J. At core, Cyrus
Muir and Jno. R. Hitt. Onr circulation is nearly
three timet as large as when we took charge of the
paper on the 18th of January last. Every man in
the coubty should take it. The cost it trifling only
$2 a year, or $1 for six months. Fifty centt
will pay for the paper until after the election.
Preaching, ganday Next. Bishop David Do;
gett of the M. E. Church, South, will preach at
Washington church about ten miles east of Glaa'
gow, in Howard county, on Sunday next.
Rev. Jno. D. Vincet will preach in tha M. E
Church, (South, in this city, on 8unday next.
Base aexl Cat. Carton it in receipt of a new
Supply of Hatt and Capt, of the eery latett stylet
and finest qualities, which will be told without re
gard to profit. Go at once and fit yourself out
with a new "Ule."
Sew Dry Coeds. In order to keep bit stock
complete until hit Fall purchases are made, Carton
hat replenished bit stock with a new supply of
dry goods of all kinds, which he will tell very
low to accommodate bit customer! until
the fall trade ia openad. Don't neglect this op
portunity to boy cheap goods.
Ceaa last. Messrs. Pbipps and 8u-ouse, of
this city, and W. S. Almond, ot Fayette, left here
a few dayt ago tor the priucipal citiei of the Eaat,
for the purpoat of making their purchases of Fall
and Winter goods.
SelsUen, liteatlea t Mr. M. C. Tracy, of
Huntsville, is a very energetic and successful claim
sgrnt. He it now engaged in collecting claims
of U. 8. soldiers for tht additional bounty allowed
by a recent act of Congress. Bee advertisement.
Ftae Clfara aasl Teeacce. Mr. J. R. Canon
MH.it rivd a nmm lot of fine r.laara and
ui . - j I.:-- ..i ilu
iewinar ana nbubji ivw , yrt - . ,
yehaa and all ether ktfxa ef naekert artUlaa
Mr. Editor : Allow me through your valuable
paper to manifest my regard and esteem for one of
your citizens, Dr. J. W. Hawkins, who was
with us a few day! ago and performed an opera
tion on a little boys foot, to the great relief of
the patient. Hit skill, coolness and clearness of
judgment was manifested as usual on similar occa
sion. The patient is doing very well, and at it
caused him delay from his new home and place ot
business, I feel it my duty to say this much. Hav
ing known the Doctor intimately for the last five
or six year, I can recommend him to the confi
dence of all good people. Yourt Truly,
N. M. Bonbam, M. D.
New Franklin, August 22.
The Blssourl Annnal Conference, of ih M. E.
Church, South, commences at Richmond, in Roy
county, on Ihe 61h of September.
The Hew Odd Fellows Ball. The Odd Fellows
of tnis city have moved into their new hall in the
third story of the Swinney block, over the ilore
of A. W. Roper. The new hall was fitted up by
Rev. J. O. Swinney and was given in exchange
for their hall over the Seminary building. It is
large and comfortable, well ventilated and well
lighted, and the various arrangement! internally
are all lhat could be desired. Although the com
mittee selected by the Lodge and Mr. Swinney to
value the two halls and assess the difference, deci
ded that there was $500 difference in the two
rooms in favor of the new hall, Mr. 8. generously
waived his right to the amount, and refused to
receive any "boot," but made it an even trade.
Fine Liquors. During these times of sickness,
people who use liquors, should take nothing bat a
simon-pure article. This can be found at the new
drug-store ot Dr. Hawkins.
The Connty Canvass The Banner ef Jloml-
atlng agreed lpea by the Conservative
Fayettb, August HO, 1866,
To the editors of Ihe Howard County Adver
tiser and Glasgow Timet i
The undersigned Conservative candidates for
tha offices in the gift of the people of
Howard county, this day met in pursuance of
a call of the Conservative and Anti-Radical party,
and have unanimously agreed upon the following
plan of nomination :
We agree that a poll shall be opened on the 8th
day of October, 1866, at every election precint in
Howard county. That each of our names shall be
placed upon the poll-books in their regular order,
for nomination, and that every white man in the
county, above the age of 21 years, who it opposed
to the doctrines of the Radical party, who hat re
sided one year in the State of Missouri and three
months in this county, and who will bind himself
to support the candidate! nominated for whom he
shall vote, ahell be allowed to vote in luch nomi
nation. We further agree that whoever shall re.
ceive the highest number of votes cast, shall be
declared the nominee of the Conservative party
for Ihe office to which he aspires to be elected in
November nex', and that each one of us w'.ll use
til legal and honorable meant for the election of
the ticket thus nominated.
f Alt the Conservative candidates announced in
this paper, for the county offices, have sijned the
above, except Major cocKertii. fcililor limes. J
For Sheriff Howard Coanty.
ttir We are authorized to announce Gto. Ci
Eatoh ai a candidate for sheriff of Howard coun
ty at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce John L.
Morrison as a candidate lor Sheriff of Howard
county, at the next November elect on subject to
the decision of a Conservative County Convention.
fJjT We are authorize to announce Prior M.
Jackson as an Independent candidate tor Sheriff of
Howard county, at the next November election.
JT We are authorized to announce JaMes H.
Fkland as a candidate for Sheriff of Howard
county, at the next November election subject
to the decision ot a Conservative County Conven
tion. We ore authorized to announce W. F.
Lice, of Glasgow, as a candidate for Sheriff of
Howard county, at the next November election
subject to the decisiou of a Conservative conven
tion of the county.
For assessor.
KF We are authorized to announce John R.
Hitt as a candidate for the office ot Assessor of
Howard county, at the November election, sub
ject to the decision of a Conservative convention.
ft5&" We are authorized to announce Gabi
Long as a candidate for the office of Assessor of
Howard county, at the November election, sub
ject to the decision of a Conservative eonvention.
Of We are authorized to announce John a.
Haden as a candidate for the office of Assessor
of Howard county, at the next November elec
tion, subject to the decision of a Conservative con
For Clreolt Clerk.
(f We are authorized to announce Charlks
H. Stewart as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot
Howard county, at the ensuing November election.
frar We are authorized to announce J. A.
Holliday as a candidate for the office of Circuit
Clerk of Howard county, at the next November
Some fifty indictment! were quashed at Macon
City, on Tuesday, by Judge Burekhartt. They
were for taking the oath to vote, tome of which
cases were on chsnge of venue from Matron county
and were quashed on the ground that the oath
was not binding, was tx post facto, and contrary
to the constitution ot the United 6tates.
PtoLiFic Mrs. H. Williamt living in Ctmden,
in iiii cuumy, Rave oiriii on me om max. 10 inree
children, two girls and one boy. But one of the
children ia alive, which with the mother it doinr
wall. The three weighed 18 po undt and three
quarters. Kienmona conservator.
Tha Mayor ot New Orleans Sa no in full ex
trclse of bis official function!, with no interfer
enea on tht pirt ot the military. Cholera on tha
decrease in the city.
President Johnson's proclamation declaring
Maximilian's blockade decree null and void, is re
ceived at San Francisco with satisfaction.
Tht steamer GalUtin, from Fort Benton with
250 passengers and a large amount of treasure
arrived at Omaha on tht 20th.
The steamer Pocohontat, laden with Cover
aaeu freight ate , sunk near Fort Rice on
the Pppar Miasaaai. Boat and earto a total Toe.
JDri) (Soo&s an& (Sroccrics.
Dealers in
Corner of Water and Commercial streets)
-May 4, 1866-tf.
C. WOODS and E. R. BARTON, having
, associated tnemseives in business togetn
will keep a large and complete assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
.Hats and Caps,
Queensware, Hardware,
Cutlery, &c.
They will also keep constantly on band a large
stock of
which will be sold either in laree or small quant!
ties to suit, as low as the lowest. Those wishing
to purchase are invited to call anu examine our
stock and prices, jel WOODS & BARTON.
mm nam
Will always keep on handi a complete stock of
Paints, (iiemicala, Oil, VaruiKhea,
Crushes, Dye-stuffs,
Fancy Goods, Dmggis'' Sundries, kc.
My stock cannot be surpassed. I ask n examina
tion of my Stock and prices. '.
The Best, of Wines and Liquors
Kept constantly oh tianJ.
PHYSICIANS may rely on hnvir? their pre
scriptions carefully compounded anil put up ac
curately, and with despatch, nt ell hoursday and
Call st the old post-office stand recently occu
pied by Mr. Digges.
June xv. J. w. n.iu.s.
Marriage and Celibacy, an Essay of
Warning and Instruction for Young Men. Also
Diseases and abuses which prostrate the vital
nowers. with sure means of relief. Sent free of
charge in senled letter envelope. Address, Dr.
J. SKILMN HOUTON, Howard Association,
Philadelphia, Pa. n-l51y.
to coSsuMnrvEs.
The advertiser having bsen restored to health In a
few weeks by a very simple remuiiy, after having suf
fered several years wi'.h a Severn luiie; HtTeolion, and
that dreed disease, Ciwumptioa is anjnuug to make
known t Ins fellow-, unerers ins means nf cure.
To all who desire It bo wilinen-t a ropy of the vr
scrintinn uecd (free tif chares. i wish directions for
preparing and ofting the Hate, ahiek they will no 1 a
sure cure ior lontminmioD, A.iniua, Bronctlitis,
loughs, and all Ihmul nnl Lune Affections.
The only object of the advertiser in sending tht pre
scription is to brntfit the afflicted, and to spread in
formation which he conceive, to be mrnluuble, and
he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
coni mem Doming, nna mny prure a bleisine
I'nrties wishing the prescription free; by return
mail, will lta.-e uddrcxs
jj5yr. Williamsburg, KinjiCo., Xiw )'ork.
A gentleman who suffered for vears from Nervous
Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of
youlhtul Indiscretion, will, for ths Hike of stifferinsj
humanity, send free to all who r.-cd It, the recipe and
directions fol making making the simple remedv by
nuieii w cuii-ii. Buiiercrtf winning 10 prom oy
the advertiser's experience, can d so by addressing
jySyr. No. 13 Chambers St., New Vork.
Every young lady and gentleman in the 1'nited
States can hear something very maeb t" their advant
age by return mail (fiee of chnrge,) by addressing:
the undersigned. Those hnving fears oc being hum
bugged, will be oblig-d by not noiicing this card.
All others will please nddress thii obedient servant,
j)5yr.l S3! liroidway, .New York.
'jl Hjfl
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of
Glussrow and vicinity that he has arain
resumed business in this place, and is opening in
the new store room in the Harrison block imme
diately south of Birch, Earickson & Co's. bank
It is needless to inform those who have patron
ised him when in business here before that his
bis goods, as usual, are exceedingly beautiful,
but there are others whose patronage he would
like to have, who may find it profitable to exam
ine nil assortment, as ne Keeps only ine
of Goods, and sells them
The Ladies are assured that his stock of Dress
Gcods and Trimmings, is yery complete. His
stock of
S.le & I)otycs..c &oote
is not only large and well assorted, but being
bought since the late decline in prices, will be
sold at the Lowest St. Louis Prices I
The cash and oue price system atrietly adhered
to in all cases.
Iwill keep on hand at all times a choice assort
ment of Staple and Fancy Groceriea, and will
buy all kinds of produce.
Dont forget tha new store)
A pril tl, 1866.
ON SUNDAY, JULY 22.1, lxno, and until
further notice, the passenger Express' tr.iiu
will run daily, Sundays excepted, as per lime ta
ble below t
mail and rxrarss tsaIN (North)
Leaves Nt. Louis ..i .... 8.2(1 a. m.
" Renick 3 35 p m
ALLEN 8.M r. m!
Arrives nt Macon 4 An p. m.
mail and Exracss TaAiN (South)
Leaves Macon 11.00 a.m.
ALLEN 11.5!) a. m.
" Renick 12.15 a. m.
Arrives at St Louis 7.30 p.m.
Connections are made it Renick with stage for
Fayette, and at Allen with stages for Salisbury,
Keytesville, Ji Brunswick, and Huntsville, Roan
oke and Glasgow.
President and General Superintendent.
J. S. pHELrs, Ass't Superintendent.
Allen to Brunswick I
PASSENGERS to and tVem Central Missouri
will find this a safe, pleasant and expeditious
route. At Allen, close connections are made
with trninson the North Missouri Railroad, and
no annoyances of delay will be ckperlenceil by
passengers except in cases Of Unavoidable acci
dents. Employing none but careful and exne.
rienced drivers, (here need be no apprehension of
accidents on this line.
ThrortRh tickets from either Glassrow or Bruns
wick, cjn be bought at the offices of this lihe in
these cities. WM. SMITH, Proprietor.
September 7, 1865 tf.
18 6 6
mm mil
and Domestic
packet m&
ILir The above line is comnosed ot the folio w
ing elegant passenger steamers :
CLARA E. Spencer, M.ister
PARAGON Jno. McCloy, Master.
POST BOY Snm'l Rider, Muster.
HENRY S. TURNER Jas. A. Yore, Masttr..
PEORIA CITY Jud Curtwrieht, Muster.
NED TRACY D. S. Carter, Master.
One of these boa's will pass Glasgow Monday.
Wednesday and Friday, f . M.
Will pass Glasgow Sunday, Tuesday and Thurs
day, taking freight and passengers for nil land
ings. GEO. H. TATUM & CO.,
MarSds. Agents, Glasgow, Mo.
OUR Stable is now well stocked with Horses,
and well supplied with Carriages, Buggies and
rtacKs. ana we iiivite ine patronage of the travel
ing public.
Conveyances furnished by the day. and if de.
sired, persons will be conveyed to any part of the
country, ai reasonaoie raies.
Horses fed by the day, week or month.
From Williams' Advertising Agency, 9'
Chanuul at, txt, St. Lous, Mo.
Boots & Shoes,
HaVING just returned from NEW YORK
CITY, and purchased A LARGE AND FINE
GOODS, wollld respectfully tall Ihe attention
of those wanting Goods to give me a call.
Returning thanks for past favors, I hope to
merit a Continuance of the sariie.
Persons wanting Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Clothing, Hardware, and many
other articles too numerous to mention, will do
well to give me a call, and examine my LARG E
STOCK before making their purchases, as I have
paid special attention to selecting a stock suitable
to the wants ot this community.
Glasgow, March 30, IStjfi.
T. nopiari
WOULD respectfully announce to his patronl
and friends thai he has just replenished hie
slock of
i)je - Stuff!?. Notions?,
I o i T ix m r i e a
Which he proposes to sell as cheap as any other
house in this market.
To those who intend doing painting this set
son, he would say that he can furnish them at
the lowest rates with Lead, Oil, Zinc, Varnishes;
Brushes, 4tc.
His stork of Fanry and Toilet articles, Books
?tationery, Candies, Toys, 4iC , ii not surpassed
in this citv.
are invited to call and examine them. Also
Flavoring Extracts, of all kinds,
I also keep always on hand
All the Standard Patent Medicines
of the day.
55' Physicians prescriptions carefully com
pounded. April 0j 16(1 3m.
WILL positively cure Scrovcla, Ehysifb
elas, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heart
Burn, or any HUMOR in the BLOOD or
TEM, and giving new STRENGTH and VIG
OR. Its iiniiarallelled success since its introduc
tion, and the wonderful cures it has and is daily
performing are its best guarantee, and we earnest-'
ilesirc that every sutterer shall give it a trial.
Sold by all druggists. Price one dollar a bottle.
COLLt.NS BROTHERS, Proprietor,
epfivl St. Lovis, Mo.
For sr.le in Glasgow bv 0. Henderson & Son
and J. W. Hawkins, druggists.
.Attention, Soldiers!
AUTHORIZED War Claim Attorney) at Hun'i
ville, Mo., is now piepared to adjust and
Erosecute claims for the bounty of 1100, (ranted
y a recent act of Conhress to ail soldiers who
served three veers in tha U. 8. Army. Also $50
bounty to tbosa who served two years, and were
honorably discharged. Call on or address,
si. C. THACY, Uunl-vhle, Mo.
D. Keebauga, Mai. Jas. Lewis, and Lieut. Tboel
Gannon. (anlvwl
T0 LADIES. ) mu
Are the only tuft and truly t rtflir' i dicine for
Females extant. Do not trifle with v ir hea'th,
and use cheap end dangerc eicdi e, which
Druggists may have bought, md wil: commend
to you, being ignoi ant of thor qiu'iin. Airs.
Winslow's Mimic Pills are :iild in ttn-ir opera
tions ; correct all irregiilarilirj ai: p i.-iful men
sluration remove all obstr r lions, w ! i . ' I i-e r from
cold or otherwise. No in..: en, n oi mother
should he without them. 1 them u- .icconl
ing to direction, and we knmv thei.sili will he
as desiicd. Ask for Mrs. Winslow's Myotic Pills.
Take none other. Price i per bjx. or three
boxes for $5,KK For sale Sy all drur,'its.
Peter E. Blow, Gen. Ag'iit, St. LuJis.
march S3 I8r)A-no39.
The Itluxitt tL Hamlin Cabinet
Orgltua, foity uirfVrent styles, adapted to sa
cred and secular music for frtO to $rilK) each.
or other first premiums awarde them. Illustra
ted Catalogue free. Adress MASON A HAM
LIN, Boston, or MASO.V BROTHERS, New
York. Oct. 2U, 1865, no 2-ly.
Corner of First and Commerce streets, at W B.
Talley's old stand,
Glasgow, Mo.,
TTEEPS constantly on hands a large assortment
IV of rurniture, which he will sell low, I all nna
examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Terms CASH.
Wooden ami Meialie Coffins, of all kinds and
sizei. nni.he 1 in best or stvle. bv W. B Tally.
I have an excellent Hearse and coffins Will be
conveyed to sn point, either in city or eountry,
March , 1866 tf.
Steam and Grist Mill for Sale.
THIS valuable property is row offered for sale,
privately, on good terms. The mill is now in
Good nuanlug Order,
and to any one desirine to encara in the tnillini
Dusinesa in ricn ana serine country, wun a ud
aral and enterprising population, an excellent op
portunity is here offered. Persons desiring further
Information on tba subject, can call on or address
tha owners, DAVID FORD k CO.,
CaaibrFrlfJe, 9hHd eating, Jtfe.
Rheum i
r ITCH n
Latest News !
Conl, Bind, Braid, Quilt and Embroider
beautifully. It will, with the finest needle and
thread, run from perfect work on the finest Nain
sook, over the heaviest beaver cloth and cowhide,
with no change of needle, thread or tension.
Wilcox & Giubs1 Sewing Machine
will use coarse cotton, linen, titk and (irine. It
runs easier, faster and stiller than any othrr mi
dline. It forms a tlat, eaven and elastic seam,
differing from every other stitch, each loop being
twisted by means of the
and drawing Ihe twist info We goals, thus securely
fastening every stitch, so that the seam will bear
to be cut at frequent intervals, and in that case
even, the seam is warranted not to rip in wear,
and under all circumstances to " survive Ihe wash
tub." A Patented Device prevents Hie possibility o f the
machine being renin Ihe irrouj dir rlinn, ir the
balance wheel ever Wearing or touching the dress.
By another ingenious Patent improvement,
Tre Needle Cannot be Set Wrong,
Thus avoiding the great trouble of other machines.
In this it is so easy Hint a child mav set it in the
daik, with unerring correctness every lime.
The blade of Ihe needio is less than j of an inch
liMig. ni.it is straight. It is Irss ih.ui half Ihe
length nf other machine needle, many of which
are curved .therefore more enily henl or broken
a gieut soiiice or' amiovance, expense and trouble.
The Heimut awl Feller enn never be Set
Any one may adjust them in Ihe dark. The hem
mav he of any width. No other hemmer or fel
ler is HkF this, it turns ine nem on tne rignt or
under side, as you want it.
It will not Drop Stitches.
As the needle is alwavs set right, Ihe blade short
and straight, it does not vibrate, like other ones.
Wilcox k Gibbs' Sewing Machitie
is run by sleam at 4,000 sti'ches per minute
other machines with only 400 to 1200 withjsafety.
Tbey are manufactured witu
Mathematical Precision.
Hence each nart ia ililerchanireable, and can be.
readily replaced in case or accident.
They will not net Uut ol Uruer.
We have known it intimately for several, years,
and so far as we know, not one in family use has
ever been known to cost a dime for repair, or even
been out of order at all. They will last a gene
ration, if properly cared tor. None who have
used it can be purauaded to use any other.
Wilcox & Gibbs' Sewing Machine
works at an instant's notice, and never stops "un
accountably." Not one operator in ten on the
Wilcox & liinus win oreaK a ncenuot arop a slum
i a yeur. The Wilcox Uibbs in the hands of
any one, knows no "ki," ''drops," "jumps" or
"mines.' The roundness, evenness, durability
and beauty of its stitch were never equaled. Its
rapidity, absolute stillness, ease or mouon, nar
rowness and neatness of its HEM and FELL
were NEVER APPROACHED by any other
machine. The rasa universally pronounce this
Ihe best family nucsne in the world.
Agents for other first class machine, who take
the H'ilcox It Uibbs in addition to theirs, msae
our most successful and best agents. Try it.
Terms to agents, descriptive circular and spec
imens ot work, sent free by mail, ou receipt of
stamp. M. W, LEET, General Agent
rsr urtice. 24, I ot. iouia, mo.
Of Aoariolte,
Have just received a new and complete supply of
Dry Goods,
To all of which they invite the attention of their
friends and customeis, and all persons in search
of good goods at
Extremely Low Figures,
feelins, confident that we can show the facts and
figures to "prove all things."
We are in the market for all produce, for which
the highest cash prices will be paid.
June 15. BARTON It BRO.
01d Times Come
aft. m r
Again Unce More.
TtUt etir tKa JTCH or SALT IlBU3t.
i a few applications. It also cures P.airie
Scratches, Chilblains, Ulcers, atid nil prnp1i.ii o'
the skin, where other remedies hare been trie., i
vain, cures speedily and thoroiifihly . P:
cents a box. Sold by ail diuug.sts Hv S'-'i ;
60 cents in a letter to COLLINS B R"T H K KS ,
S. W. cor. 2d md Vine streets, St. Louis, Mo., ir
will be sent free ot postage. aptiyl.-
For sale in Glasgow, by O. Henderwu fc. Son
a .d J. W. Hawkins) druggists.
This preparation is linequaled as a Rejuvinatorr
and Restorer of wasted or inert functions. Tl?e
aged should be certain to m-ike the BioUrene t
household god, inasmuch as it Will render then!
youthful in feeling and in strength, and enatile
them to live over again the tlays of their pristine
joy. It not only exhiharatcs but strengthens, and
is really an invaluable blessing, especially to those
who have been reduced to a condition of servility,
selfabuse, misfortune, or ordinary sickness. Nd
matter what the cause of the impotency of any
human organ, this superior preparation will V
inove the effect at onre and forever.
Cu es Impotency, General debility, Nervous in
capacity, Dyspepsia, Depression, Loss of Appe
tite, Low Spirits. Weakness of the Organs of
Generation, Imbecility, mental Indolence. Ema
cialion, Ennui. It has a most delightful, desira
ble and novel effect upon the nervous system, ami
all who are in any wy prostrated by neivous de-
uiiiues ait; raincsiiy nuviseu 10 sceK a cure in nils
most excellent and nneauaied preparation. Per
sons who, by imprudence, have lost their natural
vigor, wm una a speedy ami permanent cure inline
The feeble, the languid, the disDairin?. the OLtf
should cive this valuable discovery a trial ; it will
oe tound totally ciiilereut rrom a, I oilier article!
for the same purposes.
To Females. This preparation is invaluable
in nervous weaknesses of all kindsj as it will re
store Ihe wasted strength with wonderful perma
nence. It is also a grand tonic, and will give re
lief in Dispepsia with the frst dose. A brief
persistence in its use will renovate the stdmactt
to a degree of perfect health, and banish Pyspep-.
sia forever. $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $b
bold by druggists generally, bent by express by
Sold by 28 Dey st., New York.
U O. HENDERSON Son, Glasgow, Mo
North Fifth Street.
tINE WlGWAfVt andJBill Bowieg! Smoking
Tobacco, Lewis at Bio's, and Wm. Spear ft.
Co.'s Fine Chewing Tobacco always on hand at
-O REEN at BLACK TEA8, ol tha cboicatt
J k.iids, always to be found at
A FTER an absence of about eighteen months
- are pleased to announce U their old friends
and customers of Glasgow and vicinity, that they
have again returned, and commenced business in
the corner room of the Harrison Block, and are
now opening
A. Large Stock
of merchandise, embracing the best qualities and
Brands ot
ZEXIvbti ctxxcl. OfVpiti,
In fact, a general assortment of
In which they invite the attention of their otd
friends and customers. We enter the list here
with the determination not to be nnuersdld, and
from any quarter. All we ask is an examination
of our stock and prices. We buy our goods (or
CASH, and can afford to sell them it from 10
to 20 per cent, less than those wbo buy an time
March 30, 1866 3m.
A8PLEN0ID assortment of Glassware lad
OiiMsaware. tor aalsi low. bv
(Late Miller at Harrison, Mere k Coa mills )
HAVING purchased the Mill recently owned
by Miclieal English, in Glasgow, the uriler
signed have formed a co-partnership for the pur-
f ose of conducting the milling business, and will,
or the present, grind on Tuesdays. Thursdays and
Saturdays positivklv. Particular attention
will be given to custom work, and persons in1!
neighborhood may rely on our promptness in doing
their work grinding Ifteir inrn wheat and corn,
The highest Market prite paid at all timet for
Wheat. Floor and Meal on band at all tuuet for
lale or exchange.
The subscribers bow have their new Steatr! Card'
ine Machinery in operation, and respectfully H
licit the pationage of those having wool to card i
H iving secured the services ot an experienced
Carder, we can safely guarantee No. 1 rolls. AU
work warranted.
Those bringing wool from the other side of tha
river, may deliver it oh the Saline side, and their
rolls will be delivered free of ferriage or drayajsj
at the same point
Our prices are, for carding white wool, 10 cent
per pound tor mixed wool. 15 cents rwr pound.
With our increased facilities, we reel conriiU .
ot being able to give entire satisfaction to . It
may favor us with their patronage. , ,
March 9, 1866-tf.
IRON, Nails and Castings a lre st irk od
hand and lor talc by WHITE BRO.
CLOVE BEEP, kt received by

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