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TAX.I.X3Y rAXlZftEIt. IfjTH the comrtiencmenl of the New Year, the undersigned will issue a month ly publication with the above title, to bo devoted to the interests of that portion of the community engaged in Aoiccltvbc: embracing in it scope alt. that pertains to the Plantation, the Farm and the Gar den. The Importance of St. Louis, in a com "mercial view if admitted by every one. Here the farmer and the merchant look for the market for the produce of the country, a we", as tor merchandise. Hence, this city is the centre whence emanates intelli gence to the surrounding country. This, then, is the appropriate place for the pub lication of a journal devoted to the inter ests of those engaged in that noblest of all pursuits the cultivation of the soil ; for at no other point can the editor so effectu ally hold intercourse with the farmers, and Jearn their wants, wishes, and opinions, or so readily distribute bis publication thro' ' the length and breadth i f our great fertile Valley. The Vallry Fa me will be of a prac tical character. We shall aim to render ourselves particularly welcome in the hou ces of the small farmers, the new settlers, Mid those just setting out in the buiiness men who have often too much occasion te. feel, when, reading the agricultural . works of the day, that they are not print ed for persons in circumstances similar to theirs, but Tor men who have surplus cap ital to invest in costly experiments, or ex pensive implements, or in a system of ex tended operations, while their humbler wants and wishes are entirely overlooked. While, therefore, we shall by no means disregard the welfare of those engaged in the business on a large scale, we shall al so endeavor to be useful to that more nu merous class of our fellow citizens .whose operations are necessarily more circura scribed. .The farming interests of the people of the Valley of the Mississippi, and the application of the principles of science to its climate and soil, are the ob jects which we have in view. Arrange ments have been made, and are making, to secure the contributions of some of the best practical agriculturists of the coun- ' try to its pages, and no expense or labor wijl be spared to present the friends of ag ricultural science a work from which both profit and may be derived. Experience has abundantly proved that . a mixed agriculture is essential to the prosperity of the country ; and therefore we shall uniformly discourage the culture of any one staple to the neglect of others. . Hemp, Tobacco, Wheat,Corn, Flax, Hay, Oats, Barley, Castor Beans, together with various other articles, are all profitably raised in the different sections of our val ley. The horse, the ox, the mule, the sheep, the hog, 4c, are all worthy the at tention of the farmer, both for use at home and for market. All these will be kept prominently in view, and each will receive . attention at our hands. Conscious that the true position of the farmer is not as generally admitted as it should be, we de sign to give a concise "HisroKr or Aoni CDLTunE," its benefits, and the great de pendence of other pursuits on this elass of pur fellow-citizens. Our aim, in short, will be to mak the Valley Farmer infe rior, no similar publication in the United States ; and being designed expressly for the farmers of the West, and published at a cheaper rate than any other similar work we can confidently call upon them to sub scribe, lis superiority over eastern pub ' lications will consist chiefly in the appli cability of its articles to this section the West. To the Garden and the Orchard, we shall devote no inconsiderable portion of our pages, and also to the proper care and trcatinentof the various animals and fowls. .The improvement of the breeds of our do mestic animals; new inventions in agri cultural implements ; the chemical analy ' sis of soils ; new systems of cultivation ; Improvements in farm bouses and other buildings ; the rotation of crops, etc.; the changes in the political world affecting our domestic and foreign markets j new avenues for the transportation of our sur plus produce, or improvements in old ones all will receive attention at our hands. We design to devote a portion of each . number of the Farmer to Floral Affair and Household Economy. Iu this depart ment we have the assurance of valuable assistance from some of our fair friends, and we hope that others will favor us with the productions of their pens. The engravings and embellishments of the Valley Farmer will be equal to those - ef any of its rotemporaries, and its whole ' appearance will be a creditable specimen of the present advanced condition of the art of printing. ' vv-TJERAS. The Valley Former will be published. o the first of each month, on Hew and clear type, each number contaii. iug 20 large double octavo pages, bssiues a cover of four pages for advertisements, making at the end of the year, a volume ef 240 pages (exclusive of advertisements) with a title page and index, and contain ing as much matter as is usually embraced in two ordinary sized octavo volumes of COO pages each, and will be sent by mail or otherwise to subscribers in any part of Jbe Union, at the following rates pay ments in all case to be made in advance: One copy, one year, $1 ; six copies, $5", . 13 boples, $10 27 copies, $20; 42 copies', $30 72 copies, $50. Remittances may be made by mail at our risk. The tint number will be issued . so as to reach all the postoflioes in this and the adjoining States by the first of Janua ry, 1849 Postmasters are authorized and requested to act as agents for us. Those sending us clubs exceeding six in number, will be entitled to the Farmer one year without ehanre. DICKERING, PENN& Co. - nov24 35' Locust St., St. Louis. - Sugar and Coffee ! THE bat and cheapest in town. We cad prove what we say. t aug5 BENNETT A SHEPARD. BONNETS BONNETS! We have a few bonnets yet left,which we will sell at cost t close the lot eall soon. . . BENNETT A SHEPARD. . - Juniata Nails. rr KEGS all sizes, from 4d toCOd.and )t flooring brads for sale cheap bv aug5 BENNETT A SHEPARD. 1JORTLAND TOBACCO 10 boxes of . this popular Tobacco just landed from the " Wave" for sale by junel7 B. & SHEPARD. PARASOLS. tlJE have a splendid assortment for sale H lower (hall ever before by junel7 . B. &. SHEPARD. OOTS A SHOES. We have on hand the largest assortment ol Boots and Shoes in Warsaw among them are Calf, Kip, Seal and thick Boots men's Calf, Morocco, Kip and thick Shoes Ladies' Gaiter and Morocco Boots, half gaiter, kid, calf and kip Shoes, kid, calf and seal Sliipers, kid and calf Buskins, Misses' gnat and seal Shoes and Slippers, Boys' coarse and kip Shoes, Children's seal, morocco, calf and gaiter Shoes, Ac, Ac. all for sale cheap by june3 BENNETT A SHEPARD. SEPTEMBER 20, 184SI J. ATXISSOW IS now receiving a splendid stock of Fall and Winter Dry Goods, GROCERIES, &c, &c, whibh he is offerinir at extremely "lao prices.' Tho public arc respectfully in vited to call and examine his stock.- DrtY GOODS, fresh A handsome stylos of all kinds, suitable for tho season, for sale very low by J. A TKI55UIN, ' At your own Price! 4 S the season for selling Summer dress XX Goods is drawing to a close, ana we al so wishtoTnako room for an immense stock of Fall and Winter Goods, wo will now sell our Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, Be rages, Ac, Ac, at your own price ! Re collect that we have the prettiest assort ment in town, and the price shall not spoil a trade. Purchasers should not let this opportunity pass, without securing some of the bargains which we shall offer. aug5 BENNETT A SHEPARD. TJAINTED LAWNS, of most beautiful JL styles at from 18 to 25 cents, at mayti J.ATKISSON. PITTSBURG COTTON YARN.-10,. 000 Lbs. all numbers, from 5 to 12 for sale cheap by B. A SHEPARD. First and Last Call! I LL those having notes or accounts with il us due prior to the first day of January last, are hereby notified that unless imme diate payment is made, such notes and ac counts win be placed in the hands of the proper officer for collection. We mean just what we say we want money and must have it. june24 BROWN A DUNN. S A LT! S A LT!! S A LT!'! 10GO SACKS ground alum Salt, very largeand full, for sale cheap by B. & S. Fresh Arrivals from Philadelphia nil (I St. Louis. ITfE have just ree'd. from Philadelphia ,11 ann at. .Louis, a lresii and well assort ed stock of GOODS, which we respect fully solicit the people of fienton county and South-west Missouri generally to call and examine. They were purchased low. and will bo sold very cheap, consisting of 50 Bgs best Rio Coffee, 10 Hhds. Sugar, 5 bbls Molasses, 500 lbs. com. A'best loaf Sugar, Whiskey, Brandy, Port Wise, com. & fine, Mal aga A Madeira do., sack Abbl SALT, Gun-' powder, Imp. A Y II TEAS, spice, pepper, ginger, Indigo, madder, alum, copperas, saleratus, rosin, -brimstone, sp A tallow candles, . Window glass (all sizes,) powder, lead, shot, nails, iron, castings, cotton yarns, linseed A castor oils, white lead, Ac. A general assortment of HARDWARE & QUEENS WARE, Palm leaf, Rutland, Panama, Russia,' Bea ver. Fur and Wool Hats, all qualities; BOOTS & SHOES, a splendid stock 13" Prints, eassimeres, cloths, sattinets, Janes, all kinds ; Gents and boys summer wear, a large lot of heavy Domestics besides fashionable bonet, lawns, alpacas, jaconets, cambrics, A almost every thing else, which they think are worthy the at' tention of the eommuniiy. E. EVERETT, In the Square Top Frame. Warsaw, June 17, 1848. B. We purchase almost every description of produce. P. E. ORR'S CHEESE. . WE have now a lot on hand, and will be supplied throughout the season, with this celebrated Cheese. june3 BENNETT A SHEPARD. I1 or lannly Use.. f Bbls. best Cider Vinegar, 6 do. No. 1 O and 8 Maekerel, 10 do N. O and Sm par house Molasses, 10,000 Lbs-, best Spring River Flour, for sale by B. A S. Wanted Immediately t tfROnn ,u 00,11 ml Silver, 0 Dl UU 10,000 lbs. clean' lined' and cotton rops, COO bush. Castor beans, 600 do Flaxseed, , v 400 lbs. Feathers, 5(H) do Tallow, , 500 do Beeswax. In exchange for any of the above arti cles, will be given Drugs and Medicines, all sorts of Paints, Oils and Dye stuffs, School Books, letter and cap paper, win dow glass, Varnishes, Ac, Ac, by maySO. BROWN A- DUNN SATURDA T MORNINp VISITOR. 1848. i 1848. John T. Mahtin's Far famed Sc noted Established IFareAotiM For Cheap Fathionable CLOTHING. &-JVo. 1 18, Formerly No. 114, Main St., St. Louis. Motto Jam determined io tell lower than any other house in the U. Slates, TREMENDOUS EXCITEMENT!! ' Goods are rushing in by every packet. The house is now filled I Three large sto ries crowded with goods I ; My stock this fall will be tremendous large, by far ex ceeding any ever before received, and at such low prices that will defy any and ALL COMPETITION. I am determined to supply every Corn try Merchant, and also all Retail custom ers that come to this market with the ready cash. I have put the prices down so low as to make it a matter of impossibility for any house to oiler the same inducements. It must be apparent to every one that I can do it Dossessimr the advantages that 1 do purchasing, manufacturing and selling for nothing but Cash, or Jro. I Vtty paper. The tremendous amount of business I do, will enable me to sell at a very small profit, which I always have done, and ill continue to do. Residing in the City of New Yor.c, nnd manufacturing my own Goods, and having the advantages of the market my -brother, CHARLES G MARTIN, conducting the business in St. Louis and the long experience I have had in business the past sixteen years, en ables me to get up a stock in a far superi or style to any other. My patterns are the best and most fash ionable that can be had, and are warrant ed to set nnd fit as well as those that can be hnd at the most fashionable tailors. This fall I will have over 430,000 GARMENTS, consisting of every style1 ond pattern that will be worn. Beware of being deceived by thoe who tell you "their's is Martin's" for there are numbers that do, and are mean enough to stoop to anything. Bear in mind that my store is NO. lid, instead of NO. 114. The numbers on Main street having been altered, makes my store No. 118. In front you will find the name in mammoth gilt letters SXART1N. On top of the house a large No. 118. ' I have the largest and deepest Clothing W arehouse in the west. And remember, that I have but one s'ore in the city. To Country Merchants. All orders thankfully received, and warranted to be packed correctly, at the lowest cash prices. 'Tie no trouble to show floods! sept2 JNO. T. MARTIN. SCHOOL BOOKS Elementary Spell ers, Goodrich's 1, 2, 3 and 4th Read ers, Olney's Geography A atlas, Smiley's Pike's and Smith's Arithmetics, Ac, for sale low by maylS B. A DUNN. nYMN BOOKS Dupuy's, Christian and Methodist Hymn Books, for sale at the Drug Store by mayl3 BROWN A DUNN. rirowfiT.ASs. fivio.ini2. ini4 T 12x16, and 12x18 just ree'd "and for sale by mayl3 BKOVVN . DUNN. WALLOW CANDLES Just ree'd. 100 -L lbs., and for sale cheap at the Druir Store by may IS B. AD. Perfumery, Fancy Articles, &c. (COLOGNE, Rose Water.Bear's grease, J Bear's Oil, Ox Marrow, Macassar Oil, Hair Brushes, Tooth do., Violin Strings, all sizes; silk and cotton purses, fine pocket combs, pocket books, silk watch guards, c, lor sale at the Drug More, low by may20 B. A DUNN. Spring Arrangements 1848!-: a JAMES ATKISSON is nov. receiving a very complete asfort;r "ttof , Itry Goods aiul ; yocrries, purchased at low yviees, aid being sold lower than ever before offered in Warsaw, the citizens of Benton and the adjoining counties are respectfully invited to call and buy the cheapest Goods ever before brought to this market, "positively and no mistake." , maytj CIDER VINEGAR 1 Bbl just ree'd. and for sale by may 13J , B. A D. II OSIN, Turpentine, Snuff and Tobao- eo, lor sale by u. & uuimh. MEDICAL BOOKS A general as sortment for .sale low, by mayl3 BROWN A DUNN. TO ALL CONCERNED! Positively the Last Call. 4 LL Persons indebted to me by note or i V book account, are invited to come for ward aud pay the same without delay, and save costs. Further indulgence will not oe given. H. II. WHITE. Warsaw, Moy 0, 1S48. INK RED, Black and Blue Ink, quills, steel1 oens. fine letter and can paper. slates and pencils, just ree'd. and for sale low at the Drug Store, oy mayl3 BROWN A DUNN. . WANTED SQONt 4 Q'QG BUSH Wheat, weighing bO lbs X i fa the bushel, clean, 20tmush Oats, Deer Skins, Furs, Peltries, Flax, Woo', Bacon, Lard, Dry Hides, White Beans, Flax seed, Ac, at may6 J. ATKISSON'S. v 5 Spice, Cloves, Cinnamon bark, Ac, for sale by imayuu tka uun. DRUG STORE! The largest most complete yet. Spring Supplicfl for 1 849. WE are now receiving direct from Philadelphia, a complete assortment of FRESH A PURE DRUGS, MEDI CINES, &C, which will render our stock the largest and most complete everbro't tothe South-west. We tender our thaffks to Physicians and Merchants for their for mer patronage, and respectfully solicit a continuance of it, and that of many new ones. We invite the Physicians of South West Missouri, who have not laid in their Spring supplies, to give us a call and ex amine our stock and prices ; we are con fident they will be pleased with both. Our stock consists in part ot the follow ing Drugs and Medicines. 150 oz. Sulph. Quinine, 50 lbs Calomel, American and English, 20 do Blue Mass 40 do spts Nitre duki, 5 do Aqua Ammonia, 40 Lbs powdered Rhubarb, 60 do Cream Tartar, 40 do Bi earb. Soda. ' 25 do Tartaric Acid, 200 do Epsom Salts, 15 do Curb A calo Magnesia 60 do flour Sulnhur, 60 galls. Castor Oil, 40 do Alcohol, 40 do Sweet Oil, 40 do Spts. Turpentine 20 lbs. Balsam Copaiba, 50 do Nitric Acid, 25 do Oil Vitriol, 15 do muriatic acid, 10 do carb. Ammonia, 15 do powdered Ipecac, 60 do Roll Sulphur, Gum arabic, Chloroform, sugar lead, rnd scillac, opium sulphate, acetate and mu riate of Morphine, borax, red precipitate, Corrosive sublimate, Ext. of Butternut, gentian, belladonna, II yosciamus, Dande lion nnd coKTcyntli, isinglass, cayenne pepper, manna, orange peel, Ac, Ac. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c, Three and Fourfold pocket cases, thumb lancets, spring do, silver and brass, Cath eters, Bougies, Speculunis, tooth keys A lorceps, cupping instruments in cases, Ac, Ac Faints, Oils, Dyt-Slvffs, Varnishes, Glassware, Sic, fee . 50 kegs white Lend, No. 1, A pure SO galls. Limeed Oil, 50 lbs Blue Vitriol, 100 do ground Logwood, 50 lbs I nd i eo, Spanish float, 50 do Dutch Madder, 50 do Lampblack, 100 do Spanish lVown, 100 lbs Venitian Red, 60 do ext. Logwood. 5 do Muriate of Tin, Cochineal, Chtome Green and Yellow, Spanish whiting, Prussian blue, yellow ochre, Nirnrauga, Paint brushes, all sizes ; Rotten stone, Pomice stone, Glue, Copal Varnish, No. 1. . Sponge, fine A coarse, Japan Varnish, Black do., Coach do. ; a large assortment of shop furniture, consisting of Tincture, Specie Jars, Ac, Oil Bottles, Vials, Ac, Ac. Confectionaries, fyc. Lemon Syrup, do Acid, Candy, Ac Ac Hooks, Stationery, &c, IT. S. Dispensatory, Dunglison's Dic tionary, Watson's Practice, Carpenter's Physiology, Ac, Elementary Spellers, Goodrich's 1st, 2d, 3d A 4th readers, Ol ney's Geography. Smiley Arithmetic and Key, Smith's Arithmetic A Grammar, Ac. In short, we have every thing usually found in a Drug Store, nil of which wc will sell on as good terms for Cash, as the same can be had out of St. Louie Par ticular attention will be paid to putting up Physician's Bills nil who may send us their bills, may rest assured that we will put up as pure articles, nnd at the same prices, as if they were present. BROWN A DUNN. Warsaw, Mo. Sfay ti, 1848. N. B.-Beeswnx, Flaxseed Castor' Beans, Feathers, Tallow, Beef Hides and Clean Rags taken in exchange for any of the above articles. B. A D. 'Jar, Fitch S,' Turpentine. ,4 i BBLS each, and Linseed Oil, Lamp' 1 U b!ackr White Lead, Saleratus, Gin ger, Window glass, Putty, Ac, by mayff hAl I&S.0N- Tfiincftare Iron lb c best iu . Wnraaw. : Af TONS fuUy ass'd., Tennessee bar, 1 4U band, round, square, sheef, slab, nail rod and other Iron, and a large lot of. TONS fuUy ass'd., Tennessee bar, Castings, for sale low by may6 J. ATKISSON. t'lttenthtH, Every Hody. NO HUMBUG! Vf do not intend to turn our attention" II to tho navigation of the Oxage' Pomme de lerre or any other creek, but will attend to all who may call upon us, and will sell them GOODS cheaper than any other concern in tke city, whether they advertise to sell at Cost or not. Wo have the largest assortment to be found in tho place, and our motto: "the nimble six-' pence better than the sloio shilling," will sen uoous accordingly. H-T Call and see us. No trouble to show you any thing we have to sell. may6 . BENNETT A SHEPARD. M OLASSES A SA LERATUS 'Nuff' to supply every body, we'd by apll BENNETT A SHEPARD. Sugar, Cojfee and Salt. 1GO BAGS best Rio Coffee, 50 (1m 2d Quality do, 50 bbli best New Orleans Sugar, 250 sack i G. A- Suit, in store and for ssl. by ... MSATKISSON.- Whiskey "and other luxuries." 4 fiD BBLS- Ohio recti Red Whiskey, Ja VrU 10 do American Brandy, 1 Pipe pure Cogniac do 6 bbls common Gin, 5 do Malaga Wine; 5 do pure Peach Brandy, 60 boxes ass'd Canities, 60 do MR Raisins, 60 drums Figs, , 10 boxes Claret Wine, 20 doz Poughkcepsie Ale, 20 mats Cinnamon, 10 lbs Nutmegs, 10 do Cloves, for sale to Gtocers at very low prices for casl . ray6 J. ATKISSON. The first lot of. Dry Goods THIS season, are how opening at our well known cheap stani',. We have the best assortment of fashionable Cali coes and Summer Eress Goods, such as Ginghams, Printed Lawns Bareges, Ac, Ac, ever brought to this market. Ladies, you must call soon if you want good selec tions, as we shall sell them at sucti low prices that they are bound to go off rapidly, apllfl BENN ETT A SH EPA RD. iron Iron Iron. WE have just ree'd. 60,000 Lbs. Iron, consisting of all sizes Tire Iron and every sort oMmnd, round and squaro iron spring, blister and Cast Steel Plow Moulds, Wap6ft boxes and Castings of all kinds. We have made such arrangements as will enable us to have a first rate as sortment of Iron always on hand, and for sale at the lowest pries. apll5 BENNETT A SHEPARD. PANAMA, LEG HORtf AND PALM LEAF HATS About 100 dozen for sale cheap by ap!15 SI1EPAR& SHOES AND BOOTS. CI ENTLEMEN'S Boots and Shoes, A V Ladies and Children's do., a small lot for salo rather hiahtl at may6 J. ATKISSON'S. yEST INDIA PRESERVES. OR M ANGE, Limes, Hagus, Papaw and Ginger, for sale by junel'J II. H. WHITE. j IFANTED Furs, Deer Skins, Wheat. H Beeswax, Tallow, Dry Hides, Hemp, Ac, Ac P. EVERETT. 1 Wanted Immediately, :tOOO Bushels WHEAT, 300 do Castor Beans, COO Lbs. Beeswax, 500 bushels Flaxseed, 10,000 lbs. Deer Skins. 500 Koon, Fox and Cat Skins, 100 Otter skins, ' ' at the highest prices, by nov20 JAS. ATKISSON. Powder, Lead and Caps. 25 KEGS Dnpont's Powder, 2000 Lbs. Bar Lead, 500 boxes best percussion Caps, just re ceived by J. ATKISSON. Chewing Tobacco. 5 BOXES low priced Virginia Tobacco, 5 do fine do ' do 5 do Portland, best, 6 do cormen Me. manufactured, just ree'd and for sale by novl3 JAS. ATKISSON. IANCY ARTICLES. Cords A Tns . sels, bl'k aud col'd Fringes, worsted Hoods, comforters, kid gloves, silk mits, purses, bonnet and cap ribbons, artificial flowers, &c, at SHEPARD'S. CASTINGS A Plough Moulds a great vaiiety for sale cheap bv mar27 H. II. WHITE. rtROCKERY A GLASSWARE great variety, mai-27 for sale by H. II. WHITE. Nails and Castings. V LARGE, well assorted lot of Nails A Castings on band and for sale bv July24 P. EVERETT. J. A. Browk, M. D. J. Dcnk, M. D. DRMROWMfiUNN HAVING associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, offer their ser vices to the citizens of Warsaw end vicin ity in the various branches of the profes sion. The attention of both willbe given if desired, Without the usual fee of consulta tion. Office at the new Drug Store onthe corner of Main street and the Public c .u Kk r .x, . .. . " "? "n" . t,me b found unls pwftwlonally engaged. , jaiil7. SADDLERY & SADDLER'S f R.M MINGS cheap at mar27 H. H. WHITE'S. JAS. ATKISSON Receivings Forwarding fi Commission MERCHANT. And dealer in Foreign and Domestic groceries, Ac Mailt Street, Warsaw, Mo. CITY AUCTIONEER, General Jlgttd and Commission Merchant, MEMPHIS, TENN. IOG A TRACE CHAINS on hand and A for sale very low by mar27 II.' II. WHITE. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Ac, Ao., A large lot for sale low for cash at mar27 II. If. WHITE'S BLANKS of every description kept eorf i tan Uy tn band at tttkXfl.- BENNETT&SHEPARD HAVE ree'd. per steamers LlrbtfoMi Wave, another of their Immense ' stocks of , : i Dry Goods, Groceries' y Hardware1, Quetntiidfii iron, Catting; Hats, Boots, Shoes, Liquors, etc., etc. ,4 And our arrangements are such that wi shall be receiving and aiWing to our as" soKment, tay every boat as long astir 0?-' sagc'is nay igable, andTiy wagons through, out the year. The : following-ar oly a few of our principal articles : , . j 1000 sacks Salt, 40,000 lbs Iron,, ., , 500 bbls. do 20,000 do bod A round 150 do whiskey1, 5,000 do ass'd StetlA 10 do brandy, 10,000 do as'd east'fi 10 do wine, 5,000 do Cot Yarn; 5 do b'eh brandy; , 200 bags Coffee 10 do Molasses, . 150 bbls Sugar, " J 3 do Linseed Oil; 60 kegs Nails, " 50 kgs white Lead, ff.OOO (rails sto wars'' 10000 Spanish Cigars, 10 bbls Lf Sugar ' 10 doz brdy cherries, 100 doz pi hats,3? 10 do claret wine,. 50 es bootsAshoet,' lOdolomon syrup,, V 50 bales domestic,' 10 Stoughton's bitters, SOkgs powdcrv 10 do painted buckets 10 boxs C's axes, lOdoseives, ', 30 bags shofi ' 10 crates Queensware 20 doz castor oi and an extra large stock of Fancy A Sta ple DRY GOODS, Fur, Wool, Leghorn" and Panama HATS, Bonnets, Parasols,' Looklng-Glasses, Pictures, Picture frames School Books, Bibles, Cap A Letter Pa-, per, Grssrenbcrg Pills, Lemons Oranges Window Glass, Scythes, Hay , Forks, Sho-f vels, Spades, Ac, Ac, Ac. ',., ; v , . We intend to make our sales this year double the amount of any previeua .'.year, and consequently can afford to sell at about one half the usual profit. This will make it to the interest of all Who wish to buy' bargains, to purchase of us. i. ; -f s Country merchants wishing to replen--ish at any time during the year, will find . it to their interest to buy of us, insteadreft going to Boonvilev G.-oeers caq.be uft--plied with every article usually kept in a grocery, as cheap as iftc rau can be got, in any market. , ...... , V We barter for almost veTjr filing raises! or made in the cdnntry. No trouble $ show goods. Give t a calf. . ..; apl23' Mtr rail and Winter GOODS', LOVT PRICES FOR CASTOR PRtf . DUCEff .v,, .vo credit: i! - " " . I AM now in receipt of a large stack 4 Fall and Winter supplies of 39X17 GOODS,, Grocrrie iMardtvtirt QUEENSWARE & BOOTS, HATS, CAPS, ifce.;' ... to which I would invite the attentiea ef those wishing to puichase.- My stock has been selected with grest enrf , and is weU adapted tothe wants of the vou,ulry I am determined to sell them i hltrlower' than anv other ho-.ise n thc' SOuTlr-WestJ lor CASH. OR PR01)UCJC,yand nothing else." My stock consists in prta fg.Uo Sup., bl'k k blue Frcnrh & En? CLOTIlSiJ. . " Bl'k and blue asimerer Fancy ; C.i-iiietR, Tweeds, Ky. Jeans, ,r, Winter Vesting. Blankets, Forest .Cjoibs, Plain and fig'd. Black Alpaca, .. ; , t Fancy do., Delnins, Gala Plaids, (a aew' tirlicle very rick)'-" A large assortment of Prints, SliajS)!., , I.inseys, Hoods, Comforts, " Pliilu. Pluids, Ginghams, Buli!iet. Flannels, Domettics, Bleached 'Musiiat. Tickings, Otnaburg, Drills,". Cotton Yarns, &.O. mi ', ' Root, Shoes, Mints A' tap A large assortment of Men's thick kip Ar calf Boots' A Shoes, Boys' A Youth ' ; do.; misses do.; Ladies Hoof A ... Shoes, a variety of styles. f. '. Fine Nutria A Russia ' ' . hat. ,. V;;, Low crown do. Sporting do.; , Otter, Seal, inuskrat, Plush, Sealette,.. glazed and Hair Caps, Infant 's caps, AcJ- iacD2a ua ma oa to? Tea, sugar, coffee, salt, molie whis key, indigo, madder,candles, tobacco, ' ' Principe, regalia, casedorasand " ' melee Cigars ; powder, lead, ' "i ginger, alum, saleratus, ; v . . PPP' d pice, , j u . Loaf Sugar, Crackers and a! in . every other article In the grceerV Hue. A large assortment of HARDWARE fe QUEENS WARE." . O ADD X, 13 HIT. Spanish, half Spanish, English A LadUa Trees Pad, Hog, A Welting" Skias, j Plush, Webbing, Straining VVc', ' ,v BraddVions, Buckles, Stirrups, . " , Sadler'. Silk A Thread, . ; , " martfcgalo rings, spurs, saddle bag, kt,t' tf Wanted in exchange for ood at cash prices, Beeswax, Flaxseed cuu, Deer A Fur Skins, Wheat, Bacon, Flour, Corn meal, Hides, Tallow, and aU ta cash you have to pre. Call and see me, and if we do not trade, it ahall not. be my fault. i . :. ' ! f w septi . . - H.H. wurmf DRY GOODS new and fashl6eabie. cheap for tasliy at f mafr27 , IL H. WHITE'S fiOFFEE, StOAtf ATEArThe best jnai ever grew, lor saie at mar27 II. IJ. WHITE' RAISINS 6 boxes lut Tec'J. s r sale low if I lOV.V.tVr , QTAPLESO' THE WES-Sl A O Whiskey for sale by - . inar27 II. II. WIHT5 . . QMOKlNa l OMACCO. ! jut