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PASSING AWAY .1 Dream.
by J. riEiroirr.
Wu it the chime of a tin; boll.
That came so sweet to my dreaming ear,
Like tbe silvery tones of a fairy's ahell
That ha winds en the beach, so mellow and clear.
When tbe winds and tbe wares lie together asleep.
And the Moon and the Fairy are watching the deep,
She dispensing her silvery light.
And he, bis notes as silverj quite,
While tbe boatman listens and ships his osr.
To eatcb the music that comes from tbt ehorel
Hark! the notes, that on my ear that play,
Are eel towordsiasihey float they say,
"Passing away! passing away!"
But no; it was not a fairy's shell,
Blown on the beach, so mellow and clear;
Nor was it the tongue of a silver bell.
Sinking the boor, that filled my ear,
As 1 lay in my dread; yet was it a chime
That told of the Bow of the stream of time.
For a boauliful clock from the ceiling bung.
And a plump little girl for a pendulum swung,
I As you hare sometimes seen, in a little ring
That hangs in bis cage, a Canary bird swing.)
And she held to her boso n a budding koquet,
And, aa she enjoyed it, she seemed to say,
"Passing away! passing away!"
O, bow bright were the wheels, that told
Of tbe Ispse of time aa they moved round slow!
Aad tbe bands, as they swept e'er the dial of gold.
Seemed to point to the girl below.
And lo! she bsd changed: in a few short hours
Her boquet had become a garland of flowers,
That she held in her outstretched hands, and flung
This way and that, as sbe, dsncing, sarong
In the fullness of grace and of womanly pride,
Tbat told me ahe soon waa to be a bride;
Yet, then, when expecting her happiest day,
la the same sweet voice I beard her say.
"Passing am-ay! passing away!"
RACES AT BOWLING GREEN, MO.
ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12th.
A MATCH race, one mile and repeat, be
tween James S. Turner a Waxey, and
Thos. Merrill's Tnifn, for S 1 00 aside.
Also, a match race for 200 aside, a single
dash of a mile, between D. D. Dismuke's
j. icio, uy m inn s. unit a wuii,
bav horse Alderman.
A saddle valued at 40 will also be run Tor
on the same day, free for any horse, mare or
gelding that never won a race a single dash
of a mile, according to the rules of racing.
m HIS extraordinary chemical composition, the rr
-L. tnlt of science and the invention of a celebra
ted medical man, tbe introduction of which to the
pablie was invetted with the solemnity of a death
bed bequest, has since gained a reputation unparal
leled, fully lostaining the eorrectnew of the lamented
Dr. Gridley't Iait coufestinn, that "he dared not die
without giving to posterity the benefit of aii knowl
edge on this subject." and be therefore bequeathed
to bis friend an-i attendant, Solomon Mays, the secret
of his discovery.
It is now need in the principal hosj-italt, and the
private practice in onr country, first and most cer
tainly for the core of the Piles, and also extensive
and effectually as to baffle credulity, unless where
its effects are witnessed. Externally in the follow
ing complaints: ,
For Dropsy--Creating extraordinary ebsorption at
Swellings Reducing tbem in a few hours.
JVuvmatim Acnte or chronic, giving quick ease.
Sore Throat Bv cancers, ulcers, or colds.
Croup ens' Hooping-Cough Externally anil over
All Bruises, Sprains, and Burns Curing in a few
t wn tVTL-.t f 1. I . . .1 :
oorrs ana iicrra in neinrr ireto or lung aiauumg,
ad fever sores.
Its operation upon adults and children in reducing
rheumatic swellings, and looseoing cougba and tight
ness of tbe cbest by relaxation of tbe parts, bas been
surprising beyond conception. Tbe common remark
of those who have osed it in the Piles, is, "It acts like
THE PILES. Tbe price, 41, is refunded to any
person who will ate a bottle of Hay's Liniment for
the Piles, and return the empty bottle without being
cored. These are tbe posit.ve orders of the proprie
tor to tbe agents, and out of many thousands sold,
aot oae bat been unsuccessful.
We might insert certi6catet to any length, but pre
fer that those who sell tbe article, should exhibit the
original to porchatert.
05-For sale by Dr. T. S. WATERS &. BRO.
Bowling Green, Mo.
ALL PERSON'S interested, are hereby notified
tbat 1 shall at tbe next August term of the
Kalis county court, make a final settlement of my
administration of the Estate of Peter Grant, dee'd.
July 11 4L JOHNSON BARNETT, Adm'r
NOTICE is hereby given tbat tbe undersigned have
taken out letters of Administration on the es
tate of James Colbertion. deceased, from the Clerk of
the County Court, of Pake county, bearing date tbe
21st day of July, A. D. 1340; all persons, therefore,
who have any claims arainst tbe estate of said deceased,
are required to exuibit the same duly authenticated for
allowance, within one year from tbe date of said let
ters, or they may be precluded from having any bene
lit of said estate, and if socb claims are not present
ed within three years they will be forever barred.
JANE CULBERTSON, Adoi'x.
WILLIAM D. GRANT, Adm'r.
July 25, 184031.
A LL persons knowing themselves to lu
indebted to the firm of CAMPBELL &
McCUNE, will come forward and make
payment, as the firm lias dissolved, and no
loncrer indulgence will be eiven: unless tlipv
come forward and pay up, they may expect
10 nna tneir notes m tne hands ol an ohicer.
CAMPBELL & McCUNE.
Bowling Green, July 25, 1840 2U
RECEIVED, and have in store, 300 brls
Kenhawa salt on consignment, which
We wui sen tow ior casn.
J. M. & J. C. BELL,
Clarksville, Mo. June 13.
4 LL PERSONS interested, are hereby notified
X. that 1 shall at tba nest August tersa of the
Pika eoonty court, soak a final settlement of say
administration of tba Estate of William B. McElwce,
Jaet?7, It. J A YES MILLS, Adm'r.
ST. CHARLES SEMINARY.
p 111 IS School wss commenced by Mrs. All, in
I tbe spring of 1837. and bas since that lime been in
auccWul operation under her care.
T te year u divided into two sessions of five months
eacl ;and the terms for a session are as follows:
T 'it inn in the Primaru Class, embracing Reading,
Spel ing. Elements of Writing, plain Needle work.
Ji.aior Clan Readine. Snellintr. Defining. Writing,
Aritl.erolic, Grammar, Gography and History.
Senior Clan In addition lo studies of the Junior
Clam: Rhetoric and exercises in Transposition and
Composition, Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Astron
omy, Elements or Moral and Intellectual Philosophy,
Drawing, fainting and Ornamental Needle-work.
Pupils received only for an entire session of five
months or (or the residue of such session.
By popils who commence with the session, tuition
f, e to be paid one kalf in advance, and tbe remainder at
the expiration of the kalf session. In all other eases
in advance. No deduction will lie made for any who
may leave before the close of the term for which they
have entered, except in case of protracted sickness.
Several young Ladies can be accommodated with board
in the family of the Teacher.
Mrs. A. pledges her best exertions so to adapt tbe
course of studies, government and discipline in her
School, to the circumstances of her pupils, as to ensure
their attainment of a thorongh education.
Mas Allc has been well satisfied with the populsrity
which her school and methods of leeching hsve obtained
in St. Charles and its neighborhood; but hss hitherto
taken no steps to ms ke the pnblic, at a distance, ac
quainted with her establishment; and it is lor the pur.
pose of finishing this informstion tbat ahe bas conclu
ded to send out the present Circular.
sbe has it in her power to multiply ruierences in re
spect to her school ; but contents herslf with calling
attention to the following testimonial from a gentleman.
who is well snd favorably known throughout the state
Ii was furnished in reply lo a letter from another gentle
man, who requested his opinion or tbe school:
St. Cuakles, Mo. Aran. 14. 1640.
In reply to your enquiry of my opinion of the Female
School in St. Charles for several years past, by Mrs.
Allen, I can freely and cheerfully stale thai I have bad
some opportunity of becoming acquainted with 'he rep
utation of the school and the merits and qualifications
of the Teacher.
1 bave never known a belter female school in any
place, and I believe that Mrs. Allen bss very few su lie
nors as a 1 eacher.
Her acquirements snd qualifications as an instructress
are believed to be of the first order, her experience
in leaching bas been considerable, her industry and at
tention to her school are unusual, her mo le of impart.
inr information and instruction is natural and snc.
cessful, and her manner of treatment and govern
ment is weil calculated to rain and secure the eon
hdence, respect and good will of those entrusted lo her
care, such is ner reputation among those who nave
had the best opportunity of being intimately acquainted
with ber mode f teaching and conducting her school.
I have never known any person who wss well sc.
q tainted with the School who did not form a very high
opinion of iu merits and those who have patronized it,
have awarded it to the moat unqualified expression 01
their confidence and approbation. I consider tbe
School worthy of the highest confidence and liberal
W.M, M. CAMPBELL
PETITION FOR DIVORCE.
1.x tmi Waaaex Ciiruii Cot at,
May 27lh lt40.
Cornelius Howard, j
her next friend. - In Vacation,
Adam A. Benson. J
TVTOW, at this day, appears Elisabeth Benson br
i-1 Cornelius Howard ber next friend, and filet in
the office of the clerk of the circuit court of Warrca
county, her petition, letting forth in substance tbat iu
the year INw, she mtermnrricd with one Adam A
Benton, in the county of Warren, that they lived in
said county of Warren agreeably for about six months,
that iu the spring of l-:t0, thry moved to St. Loui,
county, in the Slate of Missouri, nnd lived together
there about eighteen months agreeably in their do
mettic relations, that in tbe fall of IflHf) said Adan
A. Benson prevailed with the said complainant to
viiithcr father. Cornelius Howard, in said county of
Warren, and promised that he would come there in a
short time and tee her, and thea be would visit bit
mother in the state of Georgia tbr.t be failed to
come to see her at ber father's but shortly alter the
left borne be left St. Louis County and she has never
seen hiut since. That be bas wilfully deserted and
absented himself from ber for the space of about two
years, and without reasonable cause, and sbe bas
continued to retide in sa:d county of Warren since
bis flrit absence, and she prays that sbe may be di
vorced irom the bonds or matrimony by ber contrac
ted with said Adam A. Benton. And sbe files her af
fidavit in support of her petition according to the
statute, stating that said defendant is not a resident
of Ibis state, and thereupon it is ordered by the clerk
of a lid circuit court, that said Adam A. Benson be
notified thatonlest he appear on the first day of the
next term of said circuit court to be begun and held
at the court bouse in tbe towa of Warrentnn in said
county, on the fourth Monday of next Aegost, and
answer said petition, the same will be taken for coo
fetsed. It is further ordered by said clerk, tbat a co
py of this order be publitbcd in tome newspaper
printed in this stste for eight weeks successively, tbe
last insertion to be at least four weeks before tbe next
term of said court.
A true copy of the record.
Attest, JOSEPH B. WELLS. Clerk.
Junel3 8t. By JOHN A. McCLELLAND. D. C.
THERE will be presented to the next general as
sembly of the State of Missouri, a petition for
anew conoty taken from Pike and Lincoln, bounding
on the Mississippi river.
July 11 MANY" CITIZENS.
STRAYED from Tisdale's landing, on the Missis
sippi river, 7 miles east of Payoesville, a small
bay horse, about 15 hands high, compactly built, with
a very small star in his forehead; part of hit mane
lies on both sides of bitaeck, and bit wither! bear the
mnrkt of having been treated for the fistulo. He it
supposed to be somewhere oo the Mississippi bottoms,
in tbe neighborhood of Paynesvillo. The above re
ward will be paid on hit delivery at thit place to me,
or if left with B. Gibson at Payaesville, or at Judge
mevtueeo's. a. II. BUCKNEB.
Bowling Green, Mo., June 27tb.
afl OOn fu Pine ank, just received,
JU)UUU and for sale low for cash, by
IOuisiana June 27.
fTVIE undersigned administratrix of tba estate of
JL David Tomb, deceased, hereby givet notice to
ail persons saving claims against Us estate of said de
ceased, that the will be at Bowling Green oa Tburs
diy the 4lb day of tbe next oouoty court, wbea she
will wnie the notice required by law on all claims
prescribed to the conrt Tor allowance. By attending
oa that day, all claimants will greatly accommodate
July 4-3t, jSPriMA TOMT, Adair'x.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
" County of Lincoln.
In tbe Circuit Court for August Terra, 1S40,
Leonard Henry, complainant,) On a Petitioo in
tfc Chancery for a
Martha Ana Henry, defend't.) Divorce.
THE complainant, Leonard Henry, having on the
18th dnv of February. A. D. 1S40, filed iu the
office of tbe cleik of tbe circuit court of tbe county of
Lincoln, and stste of Missouri aforesaid, bit petition
against the said defendsut, stating that on tbe 27th of
August, A. D. 1837, he intermarried with said de
fendant, with whom be contrived to live until tbe
30th of January 1838. wl.enshe wilfully deserted him
without cause, and bas remained absent for the space
of two years; that when the left him, tbe placed
herself under the charge of an unmarried man, that
the left the country with said unmarried man, a on
tbat he said complainant believes she it Bow living
with him. the taid unmarried man, in a state of adul
tery. And praying to be divorced from the bonds of
matrimony. And, it appearing mat said Marina Ana
Henry, the defendant. Is not a resident or this state,
and an affidavit of taid complainant to that effect.
It it by these presents ordered, tbat uoless the laid
defendant be and appear on or before tbe first day of
the next term of the circuit court to be begun and
held at the Court House, in the town of Troy, within
and for tbe taid county of Lincoln anil ttate of Mis
souri, oa the fifth Monday in August next, and file ia
said court heranswer to said complainants petition, tbe
tame will be taken for confessed against ber, and that
this onler be published in some newspaper printed in
thit state for eizbt weeks successively, the last inser
tion to be at least four weekt before the next term of
said circuit conrt.
Given under ay band, and teal of office, in vara
tion of taid court, thit 29th day of May, A. D. 1940.
Jane Gib 6L FRANCIS PARKER, Clerk.
BLOCK fc WCtAL',
TTAVE received ia addition to their former stock.
J.I by recent arrivals, tbe following articles, to wit
Rectified Whiskey, American and Peach Brandy,
Linseed Oil, Candles, Starch, Soap, eke.
Nails and Brads, all sixes;
Carpenters and Coopers Tools, Stoves, various pat's
Saddle Trees, assorted, Manilla Cordage,
Bed Cords anil Plough Lines,
Writing and wrapping Paper, Playing Cards,
Horse Collars and flames. Trace Chains, Ax. Ac
Hope Cotton Yarns at $1,50 per bale. No. 5 to 10,
besides many other articles too numerous to mentioa
All of which are offered on the best of terms.
Louitiara June 6, 140.
HOOK AM) JOH PK1TI.J.
Cards of all kladt.
Lad i nr. a
44 Deeds Mortgagee,
" Bills ol exchange.
Horse, and BILLS. Clerk's awl
Hand Jo-lice's )
FANCY AND ORVAMENTAL PRINTING
Will be done expeditiously on reasonable terms at tbe
SJIf.T HIVF.R JislJRJfJtl. HFFItlF.
A. II. BUCKftttK,
ATTORSEr AXD COC8Fl.I.OR AT LAW,
TJAS remored his office, to a room in the second
1J. story of tbe Stone House.
January 25, 141,
F. II. JONES,
ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Iajw,
FFICE at tba Eagle Hotel.
February 1st 1840.
J. M. & J. C. BELL,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers, Forwarding
ana Uommtsston Merchants,
I AVE jnst received per steamer looe, in addition to
M.M. their tormer stock, the following articles, vn:
US bsgs Rio Coffee 25 boxes bunch rasina
20 II av green M 20 M musest H
25 boxes run A. imp leas 25 mats cassia
10 toxes Y byton 1 pipe Cognise brandy
20 candies 1 ' French "
I Sbbls loaf sugar 5 bbls "
15 kits sslmoa fish 8 American "
5 bbls No I mackerel i ' Holland Gin
10 " " 3 8 " American -
5 " 3 3 "PortWioo
5 " grd ginger 5 Sweet malaga wine
is kegs Uup-ints rrr a Madeira
20 boxes soap powder 5 TenerifTe
10 " sperm candles 5 boxes brandy cherries
15 mould " 5 muscat wine
10 " dipt " 7 baskets champaigne
3 tierces fresh rice 45 reams wrap, paper
2 " rosin 1 bale raw cottcn
6 boxes tin piste.
tognther with various other articles, suitable to the mar
ket. They will also receive in a few days, aa addition
al supply of articles in their Una, which will make their
Purchssers are invited to call, as we are determined to
sell at St. Louis prices for cash, or cocstst raoooci.
We hsva also a couaooiooa waax-aovtc, suitable fer
storing all kinds of produce which we will receive, and
attend to with promptness and despatch.
rebWS, '4U 3m
r WISH to purchase from 60 to 80 tucking Mules
l for which I will give tbe highest cash price,
lone 27 4t. ROBERT ALLISON.
AT LOUISIANA, MO.
THE undersigned baring told their business and
ttock on band to Metrss George W. Mate aod
William Kling, beg leave to thank our friends and
the publio in general, for the confidence and kind
nets we enjoyed heretofore, and would request those
owing ut either by note or book account, very friend
ly, to call oa ut in a short time for settlement, at we
are detirout to wind up at with little delay at possi
ble. E. te H. MALLINCKRODT.
Louisiana, Pike county, Mo. June 3d.
REFERRING to the above, we, the undersigned,
take thit method to inform our friendt and the
publio in and about Louisiana, that we have purcha
sed the latter grocery buiiocsa or E. at II. Mallinck
rodt, which we intend to carry on at the tame itand.
We expect in a short time a new supply of assorted
groceries which, together with a general assortment
of cordage, we will offer for sale at very accommo
dating terms wholesale and retail. We iovite peo
ple to call on at and see for themselves
MASE St KLING,
Louisiana, Tike county. Mo., Juaa 3d. Jel3 3t
(STRAYED or stolen from the subscriber
about the 28th of June last, a sorrel
horse, about 15 hands high, star in his fore
head and shod before; a few white hairs
where the saddle has hurt; mane worn a
little with the collar at the ends; he stands
rather out on his hind feet; 5 or 6 years old.
Any cerson deliverincr the same to thn mk.
j o - witvr
senber shall be liberally rewarded.
Clarksville, Mo. July 35 2t.
The Cultivator and Genesee
THESE two popular and valuable agricultural
journals were united on the 1st of January,
1040. Tbe consolidated paper it conducted by Mes
srs. Gsvloid St Tocxca, editors of the late Gene
see Farmer, aod published oo tbe first of each montb,
in tbe city of Albany, N. Y-, at One Dollar a year
in advance. It it believed to be the cheapest publi
cation in tbit country, considering the nmount and
value of its contents the number of its illustrations,
and the beauty of itt mechanical execution. Tbe
tix numbers of the nnitetl paper now printed, are
filled entirely with original contributions from more
than one hundred eminent practical farmers in differ
ent parti of our country; and contain more than fifty
illustrations among which are portraits of different
breedt of cattle, tbeep and bogt; plant of buildings
piggeries, agricultural Implements, hot-beds pumps
gates bot-air furnace, steaming apparatus ore. Ac.
No efforts will be spared on tbe part of the Editors
and Publishers, to render the consolidated paper wor
thy the high favor and patronage which tbe two pa
peri separately enjoyed.
Postmasters and gentlemen disposed to lend their
influence to aid the cause of agriculture, are respect
fully requested to act as agents Address
JESSE BUEL &. CO.
Publishers of the Cultivator, Albany.
BALM OF COLUMBIA.
Aa Important Recent Chemical Discovert.
THE HUMAN HAIR.
WHERE the hair is observed to be growing thin,
nothinr can be more orenoslerous Ihsn tha use
of oils greats or any fatty matter. Their application can
only be recommended through the grosest ignorance, as
they hasten the fall of the hair, by increasing the re
laxation ol the skin. When there at a harsh, dry, or
contracted skin, and where the small blood vessels
which carry nourishment to the bulb are obstructed,
thea the oils, Ac, maybe good, as they tend to relax
the skin ; but alone, they are of no avail. There must
be a stimulus to rouse the vessels from their torpor,
and quicken the current of the blood, Extract from
Clirtkurkt Treatise on tkt kair.
Tbe Balm of Columbia ia tbe on'y preparation that
ctn bave tbat effect, being entirely free from any oily
substance. Its positive qualities are as follows:
1st For infsnts keeping the hesd free from scurf,
and causing a luxurient growth of hair.
2d For ladies after a child birth, restoring the skin
to its natural strength and firmness and preventing the
falling out of tbe hair.
3d For aoy parson recovering from any debility tbe
tame affect is produced.
4th Ifuaed in infsney till a good growth is started,
it may be preserved by attention lo tbe latest period
5th It frees the heard from dandruff, strengthens
the roots imparts health and vigour to the circulation
and prevents Ilia hair from changing colour or getting
6th It causes the hair to curl beautifully when done
op in it over night.
ET No ladwa' toilet should ever be made without it.
7th Children wbo have by any means contracted
vermin in the head, are immediately and perfectly cured
oi intra oy its use. it rs mumble.
From lie Boston Ckroniele, Jaa, 10.
We tee by an advertisement in another column that
iVesara. Comstock Co., the American Agents for
Old ridge's Balm of Columbia, have deputies to sell that
article in Boston and elsewhere We know a lady of
this city whoso hair was to nearly gone as to expose
entirely ber phrenological developments, which, consid.
ering that they betokened a most amiable disposition, was
not in reality very unfortunate. Nevertheless she
mourned the loss of locks that she bsd worn, and, af
ter a year fruitless resort to miscalled restoratives,
purchased' some months ago, a bottle or two of Oldridga's
oaim, ana sne nss now ringlets in neb profusion, glossy,
and of raven blackneas. We are not puffing none of
ins common ly nas seen sent to us, and, indeed, we do
not want any, for though we were obliged to wear a wig
ayar tgn, we have now, through its virtue, hair envogb.
andol a passable quality, of our own.
ROBERT WHARr0.v7Eq .IateAf1yor of Phila.
delphis bas certified, as rosy be seen below, to tbe high
character of the following gentlemen.
The undersigned do beroby certify that we hsve used
the Rslm of Columbia discovered by J. Oldridge, and
have found it highly serviceable not only as a prevent
ive against the falling off of hair, but also a certain resto.
ratise. WM. THATCHER, senior,
Methodist Minister in St. George charge.
No. fe6 North Fifth-street,
JOHN P. IXGLISII, 331 Arch street.
JOHN D. THOMAS, M. D. 16:1 Race st.
JOHN S. Fl'REY, 101 Spruce st.
HUGH McCL'RDY,243 South 7lh st.
JOHN GARD, Jr. 133 Arch st.
Tbe aged, and those who persist io wearing wigs
may not always experience ill restorative qualities
yei it will certainly raise itt virtues in the estimation
of the public, wbea it ia knn that t.. r tk.
above signer! are more than 50 years of ege, and the
uiuvra not less man .Hi.
From tbe Mayor.
Cao.iweALTii or Pikhivi.va.iiji, J
City of Philadelphia. 1
1, ROBERT WHARTON, Mayor of taid city of
Philadelphia, do hereby certify tbat I am well ac
quainted with Messrs. J. P. Ingliah, John S. Furey,
and Hugh McCurdy, whose namet are tigned to the
above certificates, that thev are reatleman r ok...
acter and respectability, and at such full credit should
w S""n to tne saiu cernocaie.
Ia witness whereof, I have hereunto set my band,
and caused tbe seal of tbe city to be affixed, this
L.8. sixth day of December Ste.
ROBERT WHARTON, Mayor.
OO-For sale by Dr. T. S. WATERS St CO.
Bowling Gieen, Mo.
ELIXIR OP HEALTH.
THE author of this article is very detirout that
bit viewt and assertions should aot be misunder
stood, and tbat the publio should know the rest merits
and effect! of so important a remedy. He will state
a few facti on which tbe reader may most implicitly
tely. They are true. It ii aiserted most solemnly
and seriously, and the persons wbo will investigate
will find them invariable. On thit assertion the au
thor pledget bit reputation and character not only as
mn and physician, but as a moral and correct good
citizen. We repeat, thit medicine it all it professes
Gentlemen bave told the proprietor! often, that
whether prudent or aot they feel perfectly safe from
any fever while they bave the article. Tbey can ml
teayi throw off the wont kind of feven in a few
hours if taken at tbe commencement. They rite
from iti use withoot tbe least debility, aod feel per
fectly free, well and bright.
Will not the Public girt it a trial ?
Jtn uncommon fact is that this remedy is a syrup
palatable and pleasant to tbe tatte, and children take
it alwayt with tbe greatest readiness
Tbt proprietor it now making rapid arrangements
to have thit article ia the bandt of every druggist
and apothecary ia this country. It may he kaown
to be genuine by the signature of the gentlemaa and
physician wbo it tbe author of it.
E. SPHON, M. D.
ft-For tale by Dr. T. 8. WATERS & BRO.
Bowling Green, Mo.
MAGISTRATES BLANKS of every de
" icription, for 8le at this officr ,
Vegetable Life Medicines.
THESE medicines at indebted for their aaae to
their manifest and sensible actio ia perifviae
tbe springs and chanaelt of life, and enduing thea
with renewed tone and vigor. - Ia tossy handrtd
certified cases which bave been made public, and is
almost every species of disease which tbe huataw
frame ia liable, the happy effects of MOFFAT'S
LIFE PILLS AND PHENIX BITTERS bavebeea
gratefully and publicly acknowledged by the persons
benefitted, and wbo were previously uaacquaiated
with tbe beauulollj philosophical principle Bpoaj
which they are compounded, aad upon which thev
Tbe LIFE MEDICINES recommend themtelset
in diseases of every foim aad description. Their
first operation! it lo looses from the coatt of the sto
mach and bowels, tbe vanooi impurities aad crodi
tiei constantly settling around tbem; and te re
move the hardened ftscei which collect ia tbe convo
lutions of the imall intestines. Other medicines on
ly partially cleanse these, and leave such collecterf
masset behind at to produce habitual cettiveeeat,
with all its train of evils, or sudden diarrhva. with its
imminent dangers Tais fact is well knowa to al
regular anatomists, who examine the bnmaa bowels
after death; and hence the prejudice of these well'
informed men agtiast qoack medicines or asedi
einet prepared and heralded to the public by igno
rant persons Tbe second effect of the Lift Medi
cines is to cleanse tbe kidney t aad tbe bladder, a ad
by tbit means, the liver and the lungs the healthful
action of which entirely dependt upon the regularity
of tbe urinary organs The blood, which takes its-
red color from the ageaey of tbe liver and the luaea
before it pattet into the heart, being thus purified by
them, and nourished by food coming from a clean sto
mach, courses freely through tbe veins renews every
part of the system, aad triumphantly aioants the.
banner of health in the blooming cheek.
Moffat's Vegetable Life Medicines bave been tho
roughly tested, and pronounced a sovereign remedy
far Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Palpitation or tbe Heart,
Lost of Appetite, Heart-burn and Headache, Kettles-sets,
Ill-temper. Anxiety, Languor aad Melan
choly, Costivenest, Diarrhoea, Cbo:era, Fevers of ad
kiads, Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsies of all kinds Gra
vel, Worms, Asthma, and Consumption, Scnrvy, CI
ren, lovetrate Sores, Scorbutic Eruption! anil Bad
Complexions Eruptive complaints. Sallow, Cloady,
and other disagreeable Complaints, Salt Rheum, Ery
sipelas, Common Colds and Infloenxa, aad various
other complaint! which affict tbe human frame, la
Fivta isi Aocx, particularly, the Life Medicine,
bave been most eminently successful; so atach so
that in tba Fever and Agae Districts, Physicians ut
most universally prescribe tbem.
All that Mr. Moffat requites of hit patientt is to
be particular ia taking the Life Medicines strictly
according to tbe directions. It is aot by a newspa
per notice, or by any thing that be himself may say ia
their favor, that be hopes to gaic credit. It is alone
by the results of a fair trial.
MOFFAT'S MEDICAL MANUAL; designed as
a domestic guide to health. .This little pamphlet,
edited by W. B. Mi flat, 375 Broadway, New York,
has been pnbli.l ed for tbe pnrpose of explaining more
fully Mr. Moffat's theory nf diseases, and will be found
highly interesting to persons seeking health. It treats
upon prevalent diseases, and tbe causes thereof.
rricf , 25 cents fA sale by Mr. Moffal't agenlt gene
rally. From the Litchfield (Con.) Son.
Among the many advertised medicines of tbe dsy,
there is none more justly colebrated thaa Moffate Life
Pillt and Phoenix Bitter: Whenever introduced, they
have given entire satisfaction, and their virtues only
want to be more extensively knowa to render tbem a
universally approved medicine. We are aot ia the habit
of faffing to contribute to the venality of quacka for a
!ma-tti r fx wvA ti s aa wr C it k las, a k: II
n ' .1 V. . wirratH.itjWlBf
But Mr. Mofflat'nt MftniffinM arsxt sb J;iT.hKi . :i .
w ssi w i ttszi rui oiruCitB y M saw
Pills are a good cathartic, and the Bitters aa excellent
tonic. We know them to boso from experience, having
nssd them ourselves in our family, and so confident are
we of their efficacy, that, although we bave no aulbori.
I '3 " marran insir giving satssraetioa ia
an compiawis ior wnicn iney are recommended.
From the Goshen Democrat.
The best medicines for giving fresh vigor ? the sys
tem, during ihe warm weather, are MOFFAT'S LIFE
PILI.S AND PU07.NIX BITTERS. Great numbers
who bave made use of them, find that they cleanse tbe
stomach of all impurities and give a healthy tone ss
the system, crests a good appetite, aad thereby remov
the languor and feebleness which oppresses almost eve
ry person during the hot seaaons Those who are at
Aided, need only make a fair trial of these msdirtnee
lo be convinced.
From the Louisville Journal, Oct. 13.J
At thai anlicit.tini, nf Mm ' -4 C -l i - i ...
-. uu, ws puuiuut, WllOJ
r ... -- r-,,, - -t,er irons ircr. sj. t
Smith, of the firm of Smith, Riddle It Co. of this city.
muuss, "i us enj oi (sew Tort;, proprietor of
the -Life PUlo aad Pkoeni Bitters." j. this latter.
Mr. Smith gives sn account of his sufferings from a so.
Mrs tlUfik af rliranu rk.ni.al j i - . , .
- wuust woica ae as.
bored for more than three yesra, and of his need care
" . v -J "- "'uianea. a certificate.
enrnintr frnm tut F.inM-1, hi. . .m. . r . .
a .. . -- i cannot lau so aavs
its weight in this community If this medicine ia found
by experience to effect to immediate a cure of a cunt,
plsint so painful and distressing, it would be highly vain.
, . -- .(wig sieamooaia aa
AI1P lrn i w SrAi. Ik.;. .
, . , - - nmin exposure io-
the inclemency of tbe westher, and from tbe rapidity of
their transition from a cold to a warm climate, aad Irom
a warm to a cold oos, they are peculiarly liable to rtteo-
tn.ll .tt.J-k. Tn lliam LL. 1 " '
, - - - uvuicine may prove aa in
valuable remedy: one which they eaa always keen ea
band for nse as occasion may require.
It is said thst a aingle dose of three pills or two do
ses at most, will relieve a common cold. The nronrie-
. .... .,.,....., ,...uKu a irieno, waa so kiad.a law
weeks tsa. mm la unH n. k-.,l- -1 . -.. ,
tl r .? " '.. , , " """" "io outers aaa u
box of the pills; and whea afflicted with a severe eeld
: - " -ki"""' groai nenem irom their ass.
We do not believe that any medicine ever has bseasa
ever will be discovered, which, in serious complaint.
Will MfWlr.rlal 1 ka !..: . I -I -
r. ui me pnysiciso a services.
hi tronlt "ton to hope thai the medicine of
.... -j.iuig, win prove oi great utus
ty to the community.
From the New York Sun.J
A Woan to Paixnts All the mortality yon witness
among children and youth arises from a neglect of small
complaints. Children will often avoid complaint ia or
der to avoid taking medicine. It behooves parents
therefore, to watch them closely, aa they value tbeir
health, their vary existence. This faithfully done, they
would never have any serious illness Aad what ia
Ir'11 r,n,p inconvenienes o guard oae'a
self and one'e children from disease, when we thereby
secure our constant happinessT A small dose of the Ys
getablo Life Medicines administered occasionally, it all
that is rsqaisils ; and to this end, not aa individual
among parents should pate a aingle night without at
least a 25 cent box of the Life Pills ia tbe house. Thai
mode, strictly followed, will keep whole families ia per.
tect health: and they will consequently take lees of ibie.
one medicine ia a year, thaa is sometimes leovired ia 4
ingle week of serious illness ! the haade of a phyei.
cian. Parents! by attending to this wholesome sdvios '
you will render your children really hardy, earightly,
aad iatelligeat, aad at the same time improve their recaa,
These valuable Medicines are for sale hw
Dr. T. S. WATERS $ BRO.
Bowling Green, Mo.
ff nrry description neatly extrutcd at Ail
office. . i '