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SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR,
RtfOt S ft SHOES W hare on hand 1
iLt -Jcrtst assortment ot Boots and
fhoM liv,Wrfw among them re Cair,
TClb;SeiJJh4 Jnick Boots-men' Calf,
Jrbfcjttf,' Jtfp' and thick. Shoe -Ladies'
"A'"? n Morocco Boots, hAlf gaiter,
.km, calf and kip Shoes, kid, calf and seal
Slipper, kid and calf Buskins, Misses'
f oat and leal Shors and Slippers, Boys'
oais and kip Shoes, Children's sea),
thorbdeo, talf and gaiter Shoes, Ac, Ac.
mil fdf sale cheap by
JuneS . BENNETT & SIIEPARD.
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-'i.-.i 'f 'i , More Soft Hats! -
"A'DOZEN Monterey Hats of the softest
kind; Just ree'd per Onk, by
Jn3 i BENNETT A SHEPARD.
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lot iWjia wants Tar Now?
j i Bbli. North Carolina Tar, just land
v.l 1 ed from St. Louis Oak, for sale by
- Junt3 v BENNETT A SHEPARD.
f' For Family Use.
fr bbls.'best Cider Vinegar, 5 do. No.. 1
I and S Mackerel, 10 do N. O and Sugar
house Molasses, 10,000 Lbs. best Spring
.' River Flour, for sale by II. & S.
- .ORK'S CHEESE.
7 E hare now a lot on hand, and will
" be supplied throughout the season,
will this celebrated Cheese.
junc3 'BENNETT & SIIEPARD."
IOOKING-GLASSES-Of nil sizes,
i from 10 cents to $6 00, for sale by
' JuneS "" - BENNETT A SHEPAHD.
NOTICE is hereby given that the un
dersigned has obtained from the Clerk
of the Henry County Court, letters of ad
ministration 6n the estate of Warren Han
cock, dee'd., bearing date the 13th day of
All persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to exhibit them
lor allowance within one year from tho
date of said Letters, or they may be pre
.eluded from having any benefit of said es
tate, and if such claims are not presented
in three years, they will be forever barred.
THUMA.N T. BATES, adm'r,
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4 i 1
StiH iit the .Iscf utlatcn!
J'ndh is Stranger than Fiction!
Y ; 1 ' " ' -f i T ;
e. tin. vn i
"II A iustreS-ived ner steamers I.ln-lit
I A loot, St "Leui Dak A Wave, a large
, ami spiengw assortment ot
! l)rv' (J6ods and (Jroceries,
comprising every article conducive to the
interest aud comfort of a thriving people,
all of which is submitted to the inspection
of the public, with a promise of selling at
a very small advance, aud at prices lar
mote reansoimbie than heretofore exhib
ited by any house in Warsaw, wheth
er Ihey sell at eest, or sell lower than oth
ers do,' that promise to sell at cost. My
motto being Cheap for Cash and quirk
Sale," will give me' nti advantage over
my neighbors, not likely to be attained by
others. My supplies are constantly arri
viug, and will continue ut intervals through
the entire season.
My constant aim being to promote the
interests of the people generally, arid save
them of an arduous and laborious trip to
the Missouri river, for their supplies ; in
'Vlewor thh, I have made my arrange
ments to furnish the entire South-west
' Salt, Iron, Sugar and Coffee,
in exchange for the products of the coun
uy, and will be most be most happy, from
. this time forward, if all all merchants, eit
route to Boonville, would give me a call
and examine my slock thoroughly.
. Warsaw, May 27, IS 13. . "
. ARRIVAL AT NO. 40!
'llER Steamer Lightfoot, of a large aud
,'JL general assortment of st.iple Groce
ries, comprising in part
(Hid Bbl Kanawha Salt,
J J i 45 i
i do old Rectified Whisker.
w r 5 do araer Brandy,
' 1 doCogniac 2hf do French "
I do Peach do 2 bhls mal wine,
. - i do Madeira, 2 hi' do Port do
10 boxes Candy 10 boxms Raisins
10 do Claret Wine and Cherries,
fido Lemon Syrup. " ; v
,,JOO,000 Lbs. assorted Iron,
2000 d do Castings,
68 .Sacks Rio Coffee,
" 5 Ifhds Sugar.
ALSO 5 eases boots, 4 do kip Shoes,
2 dot fine calf boots, 25 do line do shoes,
2 do pumps, 3 do coarse brngans.
1000 Yds bale Osnaburgs, 1200 4-4 bro.
Domestics, 11,000 do 7-8 do do.
For sale at No, 46- ... inay27
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"anted , Immediately!
G LIKELY NEGRO BOYS, from
15 to 3 years of age for which
a fair nrira will ti i.ui.l I.. ...h if
... r i r- -
auplUatlon U made goon to ' ' i
mayi7 v IAS. M. BLAKEY, Jc :
, 4 LL persons interested in the estate of
f- 'of Henry Carpenter, dee'd., late oi
Bsnton count, are hereby notified that
the iind'eVsTgned will apply al the next July
' term of the County Court for said county,
' for final settlement of his administration
iUf Uli estate. ! ..
JACOB CARPENTER, Adm'r.
may27-4t-17! .. ,. .. j
4 ' Finaf Settlement, !, i !
AJX perssjns Interested in the estate of
JUohard tilover, dee'd., late of Ben--ton
fc'uity, are hereby notified that theun
denigned will apply at the next July term
tt Ceuety Court for said county, for a
final settlement of her administration of
aeid state.!,' ti
-MAF;Y M. GLOVGR, Adui'uJ
Monthly Bulletin, ,Vo. 4.
NY hereby anounce
'hat they are now
'ncorporated by the
legislature of the
State of New York,
capital $100,000, a
greeably to the fol
from the Secretary
of State :
Statb or New York, ) I eeitify that a
Secretary's Ollirc, certificate of the
incorporation of "Grasfcnberg Company"
bearing date the 24th day of February,
1848, was this day filed in this office.
Dep. Sec. of State.
Albany, Feb. 26, 1848.
This step perfects the organization of
thn company, placing it amongst the insti
tutions of the day. Among the objects of
incorporation were the following :
1st. That we might the more certainty
protect the public against spurious articles
which the cupidity of unprincipled men
may attempt to introduce under the name
of the tinelenberg medicines.
2d. That the vast amount of business
done by the company might be placed un
der the sanction of legislative enactment,
and be thereby stamped with its approba
tion, securing to the public reliable medi
cines. The time is now near at hand when the
diseases of spring and summer will make
their appearance. . If now the Grrefen-
berg medicine bo introduced, thousands of
lives will be saved. Medical men who
have become acquainted with the merits
of these celebrated medicines, are laying
in a supply to use in their private practice.
In BILIOUS REGIONS, especially,
they are of inexpressible value. Used
according to directions, a person cannot
become billions, no matter how sickly the
country or great the exposure. Let the
west freely use them, and bilious disor
ders will disappear from those fair regions.
1 he American (ira'tenberg theory does
not presume that one medicine can cure
all diseases. It is idle and impudent to
Haun: such a doctrine in the race of an in
telligent community. It is the language
oi (juncKs aim pretenders, tint in the se
ries of medicines ollered by the Grajfen
berg Company, EVERY DISEASE will
find its antidote. The pills are sovereign
in all billions, stomach, liver, and chi-uiiic
complaints. As a cathartic, they are per
fectly mild, thorough and strengthening.
The Fever and Ague Pills unerringly
cure Fever and Ague, Dumb Acue, Airue
Cake, and the like. The Health Hitters
restore the tone ot the system, clears the
complexion, cause the monthly secretions
of females, Ac. The Sarsaparilla is the
uest in the world, aim is so powerfully
concentrated that it is ten times cheaper
man any other. J he ( ihildren's Panacea
is a most extraordinary nursery medicine
aud Vermifuge. The Eye Lotion has no
equal lor all rms of. inflammation and
weakness of the eyes. The Green Moun
tain Ointment is the princ:pal ointment
now used, the Dysrtnry Syrup is war
ranted to cure the worst cases of Bloody
Flux, Dj sentnry, Diarrho-a, Cholera Mor
bus, Cholera Infantum, Ac, The Con-
umptive Balsam is the only unfailing re
1 he ucneral A cent for Missouri, is E.
K. WOODWARD, St. Louis, to whom
applications fur agencies may be address
EDWABD BARTON, Sec'y.
New Yojik, march lS4S-niay27
' y The above celebrated medicines are
for sale at Warsnw, by
BENNETT A SIIEPARD.
AND STILL LATER!
1)ER St. Louis Oak ind Wave, sund
ries as below, which I oiler low, to
make room for w hat is coining by next
boat Saleratus, rice, sugar, colTee, nails,
madder, indigo, molasses, peppermint A
ItittMW ttimiii.li limu'ii (ininnu. )ilirb.f
1 J ,
soap, t'bnrco, candles, candy, almonds,
furs, crnp.lters. nllsnire. mnekpreL Ci tton
yarn, tubs, scythes and sickles, Ac, Ac,
1 l f 1 - . X ' At
nil ut saio luw hi xu. iu.
ma27 R. C. HENRY.
lir. IS. liASTKItLY'N
Medicated Strengthening Plaster
riMUS plaster has been prepared under
a the immediate eye and superintend
ence of an old physician, who is a gradu
ate of the University of Pennsylvania,
and has had extensive practice for more
than SO years In treating the various dis
eases incident to this country. He confi
dently recommends this Plaster, fiom a
thorough knowledge of its virtues, to be
supeiior to every Plaster now in use. By
keeping up. a gentle perspiration, it is ad
mirably adapted j for Pairpj or Weakness
iu the Breast, Side, Back or Limbs; also,
for the Gout, Rheumatism, Enlargement
of the Spleen, .iverJCpmplai nt and Dys
pepsia, and for Coughs, Colds,, Asthma,
Difficulty of Breathing, Oppression of the
Stomach, Ac. To all persons predisposed.
to Consumption, or who are subjectto vi
olent coughs end colds, (hey are particular
ly recommended as they give almost im
mediate relief, and for pleasantness, safe
ty, case and certainly, they are decidedly
superior to most other remedies. '
Persons afflicted with any of the above
disease will find Dr. Easterly' Medica
ted Strengthening Plaster much superior
fo any bther ever r,t Tort offered to the pyb
lic. ' Physicians, druggists and dealers K
Medicines, will Cud it to their Interest 0
keep a supply of these valuable Plasters
on hand to accommodate th,elr patrons.'
V For sale, wholesale and retail, at the
Medical Depot of Dr. E. Easterly, south
east corner of Sd and Chesmit streets, St.
Louis, Mo., and by agents throughout the
WeWrn States. ; , - a)!23
.'.VJi'o sale by Browa A DunnDrug
gists, agent for Warsaw, Mo. I
' Final Settlement.
ALL persons interested we hereby noti
fied that the undersigned, executors
of the estate of Jonathan Lamb, dee'd.,
will at the next July term of the Benton
County, Court, apply fora final settlement
of their administration of said estate.
WATSON B. LAMB,
YjOTICE ia hereby given to all creditors
ll and others interested in the estate of
Henry A. Willis, dee'd, that at the next
July term of the Benton county court, I
will make application for a final settle
ment of my administration of said estate.
MESHACK WILLIS, Adm'r.
Wanted Immediatelj' I
Kfinn in and Silver,
ft) 3lUUl0,000 lbs. clean linen and
COO bush. Castor beans,
COO do Flaxseed,
400 lbs. Feathers,
500 do Tallow,
500 do Beeswax.
In exchange for any of the above arti
cles, will be Bi'von Drugs and Medicines,
all sorts of Psint, Oils and Dye stuffs,
School Books, letter and cap paper, win
dow glass, Varnishes, Ac, Ac, by
mayO BROWN A DUNN.
Perfumery, Fancy Articles, &c.
pOLOGNE, Rose Watcr,Bear's grease,
ucar s uu, ux Marrow, Macassar un,
Hair Brushes, Tooth do., Violin Strings,
all sizes; silk and cotton purses, fine
pocket combs, pocket books, silk watch
guards, Ac, for sale at the Drus: Store,
low by may20 : B. A DUNN.
CALERATUS, Rice, Pepper, Ginger.
I) Spice, Cloves, Cinnamon bark, Ac, lor
sale by may20 Ii. A DUNN.
IIOSIN, Turpentine, Snull and Tobac
1 co, for sale by B. A DUNN.
CMOK1NG TOBACCO, Pipes A match
il es, lor sale at the Drug Store by
mayJO BROWN A DUNN.
MILLE T SEED. A few bushels prime
clean, for sale by
mayiO BENNETT &. SIIEPARD.
TO THE PUISL1V.
VTTENTIOX is invited to the follow,
ing liberal offer of the Grsefenberg
Company: "Every person purchasing a
ny article of the Company's medicine, is
entitled to a year's subscription to the
Western World a first rate family news
paper." These celebrated Medicines for
ale by BENNETT A SIIEPARD.
1 If IN DO W G LASS, 8x10,10x12. 10x1 1
t 1:2x16, and 12x18 just ree'd and lor
sale by may 13 BROWN A DUNN.
INK RED, Black and Blue Ink, quills,
steel pens, fine letter and cap paper,
slates and pencils, just ree'd. and for .-ale
low at the Drug Store, bv
niayl3 BROWN A DUNN.
HYMN BOOKS. Dupuy's, Christian
and Methodist Hymn Books, for sale
at tho Drug Store by
mayl3 " BROWN A DUNN. '
I tithe Hickory Circuit ourt
MAIxCH TERM 1843.
Petition for Di
vorce. TO JJXEJlfcCORMJCK:
YTOV are hereby notified that William
. McCormack has filed his petition in
said Court, the obiect and irenernl nature
of which is to obtain a divorce from the
bonds of matrimony contracted with you ;
and unless you be and appear before the
Judge of the Hickorv Circuit Court, on
the first day of the next term of said Court,
to oe numen ai me nouse oi i nomas Da
vis, on'the fourth Monday in September,
1848, and answer said bill, the same will
be ta keu as confessed.
A. H. FOSTER, Cl'k.
mayl3-8t-15 of HicktryO. C.
Public Sale of Ileal J-Jstale.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that in pursu
it a nee of a Deed of Trust executed by
Hubert Frakes and Margaret Frakes, his
wife, on the 23d day of November, 18-16,
and by which deed S E quarter of section
31, township 43, of range 21, containing
160 acres also the W half of the S W
quarter of section !12, township 43, range
24, containing 60 acres more or less, uml
lying aud being situated in Heniy county,
in the State of Missouri, was conveyed to
the undersigned to secure the payment of
certain promissory note, executed by the
said Robert Frakes, for the sum of $:iP5,
and payable to the undersigned, and due
on the2ilh day of December, 1847, and iu
which deed of conveyance it was provid
ed that in case the id" Robert Frakes,
hig, heirs, executors, or administrator did
natfwell and truly pay the sura of money
specified in said note, and the interest due
thereon, when the same should become
due and payable, that then the undersign
ed, his heirs, Ac, should proceed to sell
the fee -simple title to the said tracts of
land, at Publio Vendue, to the highest and
best bidder, at Clinton, for cash, first giv
ing 50 day public notice of the time,!
terms and place or sale, by advertisements
in some newspaper printed in the Slate of
Missouri, and upon such sale, shall execute
and deliver a deed or deeds forvaid land.
And because the said Robert Frakes, his
heirs, Ac, have not paid oil said note aud
imprest, at the time when the same became
due and payable, nor siuce : Therefore,
the undersigned will, on SATURDAY,
the 1st DAY OF JULY next, at the Cpurt
house door in the town of Clinton, in Hen
ry county, and between the hours of,0 o'
clock, A. M., and 5 o'clock, P. M.,Ct!at
day, sell to the highest bidder lor fcasU, in
baud, the said tract of laud before men
: JA MES HOG AN, Trustee. 1
Calhoun, aprtj 9, 1848-1 3-t, . , .
The largest most complete yd.
Spring supplies Tor 1 848.
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 thanks
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 Sou'.h
West Missouri, who have not laid in their
Spring supplies, to give us a call and cx
amine our stock and prices; we are con
fident they w ill be pleased with both.
Our stock cousists iu part of the follow
ing : ; ,
Prugs and Medicines.
150 nz.. Sulph. Quinine, . . .
50 lbs CftJomel, American and English,
20 do Blue Mass
40 do spts Nitre dulcis,
25 do Aqua Ammonia,
40 Lbs powdcredRhubarb,
50 do Cream Tartar,
40 do Bi carb. Soda,
25 do Tartaric Acid,
200 do Epsom Salts,
15 do Carb A calc Magnesia ,
50 do flour Sulphur, -
50 galls. Castor Oil,
40 do Alcohol,
40 du Sweet Oil,
40 do Spts. Turpentlno
20 lbs. Bttlsam Copaiba,
50 do Nitric Acid,
S25 do Oil Vitriol,
15 do muriatic-acid,
10 do carb. Ammonia,
15 do powdered Ipecac, ,
50 do Roll Sulphur,
Gum arnbic, Chloroform, sugar lead, rad
scillac, opium sulphate, acetate and mu
riate of Morphine, borax, red precipitate,
Corrosive sublimate, Ext. of Butternut,
gentian, belladonna, Ilynscinmus, Dande
lion and colocynth, isinglass, cayenne
pepper, manna, orange peel, Ac, Ac.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, &e.
Three and Fourfold pocket cases, thumb
lancets, spring do, silver and brass, Cath
eters, Bougies, Speculums, tooth keys A
forceps, cupping instruments in cases,
Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs. Varnishes,
Glassware, fa., &"c.
50 kegs white Lead, No. 1, A pure
HO galls. Linseed Oil,
50 lbs Blue Vitriol,
100 do ground Logwood,
50 lbs Indigo, Spanish float,
50 do Dutch Madder,
50 do Lampblack,
100 do Spanish Brown,
100 lbs Venitian Red,
50 do ext. Logwood,
5 do Muriate of Tin,
Cochineal, .Cuiome Green and Yellow,
Spanish whiting, Prussian tyue, yellow
ochre, Nicarauga, Paint brushes, all
sizes ; Rotten stone, Pomice stone, i
(Hue, 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.
Lemou Syrup, do Acid, Candy, Ac. Ao.
Hooks, Stationer', &c,
U. S. Dispensatory, Dunglison's Dic
tionary, "Watson's Practice, Carpenter's
Physiology, Ac, Eleuentary Spellers,
Goodrich's 1st, 2d, 3d A 4th readers, Oi
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, all of which we
will sell on as good terms for Cash, as the
same ran be had out of St. Louis. Par
tirular attention will be paid to putting up
Physician's Bills all w ho may send us
their bills, may rest assured that we will
put up as pure articles, and at the same
prices, as if they were present.
BROWN A DUNN.
, Warsaw , Mo. May 6, 1848.
N. B.-Beeswax, Flaxseed Castor Beans,
Feathers, Tallow, Beef Hides and Clean
Hags taken iu exchange for any of the
above articles- B. A D.
lEFBRlD IGliE. "
IEVER and AGUE, Dumb Ague, Chill
Fever, Intermittent A Remittent Fe
vers, and all the various forms of Bilious
disease, speedily and permanently cured
bv DR. WATSON'S INDIAN VEGET
This valuable medicine was prepared
from an extensive practice of several
years in a bilious climate in the Western
States, and was never known to fait of cu
ring Fever aud uuu, or any of the above
it is equally effectual for the cure of Li
ver Coinulaiot. Jaundice. Enlargement of!
the Spleen, (called Ague lake; and the
vailous lorms ot bilious diseases. - these,
with the other various affections of such
climates, arising from a common miaanal
cause, are only modifications of the same
diseae, and equally controlled by the
Hesidents ol bilious climates, emigrants
or persons traveling through infected dis
tricts of country, will not only find Dr.
arson's ladian Vegetable 1 oalq a sale.
speedy and effectual cure, but an absolute
preventive. ; t
Each bottle of medicine is accompani
ed with a pamphlet on the Causes, Treat
ment and Cure of Fever and Ague, and
other form of bilious disease, containing
much valuable information, and may be
had gratis of ail authorised agent for the
ale of the Tonic. None genuine without
the written signs to re of N. F. Watson, M.
D., on every bottle, Inventor aud 1'ropri-
Dr. E. ' EASTERLY, tola General A
gent for the Western States, south-east
corner of 3d and Ghesnut streets, St. Lou
Is, Mo. Price $1 per bottle, -i .
f r For sal by Msrs. Brown A Dunn,
Druggist, agent for Warsaw; Mo.
Dll. WISTAITS HALS AM
' OF WILD C1IERUY.
Thn Great Renxnly for Consumption of the
i.unm, AllecUowiof the l.ivtr, tSroncla-
tin, Aslhma, Pain or Waakne of the
arrant or Lunat, Chronic Louqhs, flew
rim, Ilemorchaye of the Lungs, and all
JtJJeclxont .J the rultnonary orgnns .
NATURE'S OWN PRESCRIPTION.
A compound balsamic preparation
of the Pruns Virginia, or Wild Cherry
Bark, combined with the extract of the tar,
prepared by a new chemical process, ap
proved and recommended by the most dis
tinguished physicians, and universally ac
knowledged the most valuable medicines
We do not wish to trifle with the lives
or health of the afflicted, and we sincere
ly pledge ourselves to make no assertions
as to the virtues of this medicine, and to
hold out no hope to suffering humanity,
which facts will not warrant.
We ask the attention of the candid to a
few considerations. Nature, in every part
of her works, has left indelible marks of
adaptation and design.
The constitutions of the animals and the
vegetables of the torrid are such that they
could not endure the cold of the frigid
zone vice versa. '
In regard to disease and its cure, the a
daptation is no less striking. -The moss of
Iceland, the wild cherry and pir.e of all
northern latitudes, (the Balsam is a chem
ical extract of these) have long been cel
ebiated for complaints prevalent only in
vsarm climates. Indeed the most distin
guished men have averred that nature fur
nishes in efery country antidotes for its
Consumption, in its confirmed and inei
picnt stages, coughs, asthma, croup, and
liver complaint, form by far the most fatal
class of diseases known to our land.
Yet even these may be cured by means
of the simple yet powerful remedies which
are scattered wherever those maladies
Scarcely a mail arrives from any point
in the west, but that brings us news of the
most cheering character, which goes still
farther(if more evidence were necessary)
to establish the reputation of this great
1 None can he genuine without the
names of Henry Wistar, M.D., and San
ford A Park are found upon the wrapper.
No medicine called Syrup of Wild Cher
ry, or Wild Cherry Bitters can be relied
upon. They may not bei.efit, but actually
injure the patient. '
- "DR. WTSTAR'S BALSAM OF
WILD CHERRY" is the only remedy to
whieh invalids should resort for the cure
of pulmonary complaints. - -i
ICr HENRY BLAKSLEY A Co., S. W.
corner of 3d and Chesnut streets, sells the
above medicine. Price $1 per bottle. i
Sold also by '.
BROWN &. DUNN, Warsaw,
B. F. A T. B. WALLACE, Clinton.
JAS. A.TUTT A Co. Calhoun
COX A McCLAIN, Oseola,
R. J. McELHANEY,
SJHTMi'S TO.WC Ali'irri
Or Vegetable Febrifuge,
A safe and certain cure fir jIGVE
A- FkVER, ChUl-fevtr, Vumb-.-7gue,
Intermittent Fevers, and all the various
i forms of JSi'lious diseases.
riMUS valuable medicine is undoubtedly
X the safest and surest remedy ever dis
covered for tho cure of the above named
diseases. It not only breaks the chill, but
removes the cause Irom which the disease
originates. Its operation is both general
and special. While it acts generally up
on the whole system, as a most powerful
alterative, purifying the fluids, (teeing the
solids from all morbid secretions, and re
invigorating aud bringing up all the vital
energies to a standard of permanent
health, it at the same time exerts a speci
fic influence upon the liver, digestive or
gans and lymphatic and glnndular sys
tems, exciting them to heatliful activity,
removing all morbid matter, equalizing
the circulation, restoring their proper and
necessary secretions, thus accomplishing
a complete renovation from disease, and
restoration to sound and permanent health.
Those who are suffering with the pros
trating; AGUE & FEVERS common in
the West and South those whose consti
tutions have become enfeebled by the use
of mercury, quinine, or other violent me
dicines, should resort at once to the use of
this VALUABLE MEDICINE.
It ha cured and trill cure the moat ob
stinate cases. ' ' ' ' !
Travelling with the circulation it pours
its healing current through every vein and
artery of the human body. ' The' whole
animal economy is made t" undergo a tho
rough radical change. Even the mind
partakes of the healthful process, nd life,
that before appeared one dreary waste, be
gins again to seem worth possessing.
Pamphlets respecting this Valuable
Medicine, can be obtained of the. Agents
, A there are, many Kyi rioti preparations
of similar name hawked about the coun
try, and sold on the reputation of the rep
utation of the genuine -
a SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, ;
.We therefore beg leave to caution the
publio against imposition, a we cannot
hold oursclv responsible for the effect
which may result froui the uso of spurious
article, ;, i ..' . .'
HENRY BLAKSLEY, ' !
S. W Comer 3d & Chetuut . St. Louisj
. General Aijent for tho' West.
, The genuine Smith' Tonic Syrup it al
io for tale by the underoisnted auents.
1, - , BROWN A DUNN, W arsaw,
. 11. J. McELHANEY, !
,J Sprlnfield, Mo.
and B. F. JtT.B. WALLACE,
'' . .-- -, - - ' , (.liuton, Mo.
' -i I J. A.TUTT A Co. Clhou.
COX A McCLMN Osola.
Y ii. S. W'. K. HANDY f MtWitcd
ITi to' trftnsaot ail btairli-ts Uf ttine d.
ling m absence.'- '' ' '''' -i I l.'A Q
timrttfi i ' ' 1. Mf.'WfTtTlt I
War ! War jl VaH!!!1;
Dr. SappingttA pvt to flight by Dr. Bragg
Dr. fi,- ayg storms the Citathi of Ar.
rote Rock," vrtthovt the foss 'tjf Vft or
drawina of blood, and. take the 'enm
captive-'-Bragg t battery at Buena nVis
tanot more effective than Brvgg's 'grapn
in Missouri Treaty of pence looked for
trben the encjny cotnes to vpprtdtUi fU
w.r.. .!:. ' .' :
ENELAUS, the Spartan king, waged
a war npon the ancient Tiojans, o
avenge himself upon Priam's son, for cap
lujiiur and marrying his beautiful daugh
ter, Helen. Mr. Polk urtdertook to whip
nine millions of Mexicans for the glory of
the thii.g and Dr. Sapbington, reputed
"author of a book nrt fevers,' father-in-law
of Dr. Price, and- proprietor of an a--gue
pill, mounts his guns and levels them
at Dr. Bragg, because hi Indian Queen
Vegetable Sngttr Coated Pills are sweep
ing all other pills out of Missouri, Illinuis,
Iowa, and other Woslern States, by the
prompt and wonderful cures - which they
effect in all who use them.. Dr. Sapping
ton made public the recipe of his pill, and
it was instantly counterfeited on all hands;
and made of such spurious and worthless
drugs, as to bring them into general diss
tnist. Dr. McDowell and other physi
cians, whose experience had convinced
them of the greet virtue of tosi Bragg'
Sugar Coated Pills, applied to him to
make public his recipe, as an act of bene
volence and humanity. Dr. B. .replied,
through the press,thatsuch a course would
not aid the cause of 'humanity, nd cited
the general System of counterfeiting which
had befallen Dr. Sappington's pill, sinfe
the publication of its recipe, as his reason
for not complying. Dr. S. alarmed atth
fallen conditit.n and sinking popularity 6f
his pill, attempts to save himself by infor
ming the public that Dr. Price puts up hi
genuine pill, and striving to create the im
pression that Dr. Bragg Is' disparaging his
pill, while in fact Dr H sa W nothingjia
gainst his pill, but spoke only of .the nu
merous counterfeits of it, which are con ;
startly being tuit up by "Tom, Dick and '
narry, out of the poisoned drugs' of the
shops." ' "'- .-'-'- -f .i: i-w.-,
It is too lute in the day' for Dr S. f n cry
persecution, or to try to nike his pill cope
with Dr Brigg. It has let the confi
dence of the public, and cannot rise' again. '
And who would say that it should,-When
the proprietor himself admits its only ac-
tive ingredient is quinine, and that he! 'ex- '
torterf from the ntifili. fnr vph. stt Ii ftfl fnr '
: - i -- , j f ----
each box of his pills, Containing 24 grains
of quinine and a little gum myrrh had li-
quorice ball , the first cost of w hich is hot
than about ten centst We have nosyrn- '
pa'hy for any one -who would draw thus
heavily upon the pockets of the poor, sick
and afflicted, especially Where buinine is
the only active ingredient, ana which, '
when used too freely, h known to leave
the most injurious effects behind. '
; Dr Bragg's Tonin or Ague Pillis too'
well known now' air over the 'Western '
States, to be effected by Sappington's, or -any
other quinine pill It fears no rivalry,
but on the other hand, courts the severest
scrutiny. " f ':.'" i 5 5
iiere is a leiier exactly to tne point, late
ly received from a respectable farmer and
miller east of Spjingfield, III. He could
not take quinine when sick it ibadsj l.iiu
crazy. He was expected to die took Dr '
Bragg's Tonic I'ills, and wa restored to
health and a grateful family. Had he been ,
obliged to rely upon the quinine pills cfDr
S., he might now have been in his grave !
So much Iheu, for.fhe infinite 'Superiority
of Dr Bragg's pills over any. dther pill be
fore the public. . Let too one 'fail to 'read
Musjeuei;; - l?.-,;.;.V--.Vt
'MECHAHirsivao, 111. Scot. 1.18474
Dr Braoo Dear Sir t I felt it my duty
to inform yon that I have lately experien
ced extraordinaiy advantage from the use
of your celebrated Sugar -Coated Tonic
Pills, in the cure of a desperate attaclcf
Congestive Chills and Fever. My Jhy- '
sician gave me up in despair, and said I
could not live,1 quits largt doses of qui
nine would citoiig the disease. I could
not take the quinine, as its use elwtv) eu- -sed
insanity jvhilo taking it. 'While in '
this rendition, your local agent railed to
sec me to make a trial of your Tonic pills;
aud after persevering in their use a few
days, 1 found mvell, touch to the asteu- '
islunent of nvy fYieuds, rspidly recover
ing! They neither caused sickue, nor-'
made my head ache.' They are- truly a '
wonderlul medicine. - I was very nrardy-
ing, aud believe my almost miraculofii re- -.
covery is the result their free ami per- '
leveling use. I hey ire iu greatdeautud
ui this part of the country, amfaa fonulr
will be withouttbem iu their honsrvtui'ce
they have seen their we-nderful effect in '
my rase. Yum- ageni has already sold out
tae targe supply left with him, and now '
wishes me to obtain enough more ot vou.'
to hl the season out. . With heaitfell gra
titude, 1 am yours respectfully,4-' - " '
oA L r. 1. rUW LHS.
tTBoth his Tonic A Aati-Billioui Pills
are coated over with a beautiful crust if
krnf sugar, to render them f.leasset to lake. '
A box of Tome pills sufficient to cure tw o
ordinary cae of Ague ai4 Fever, coa
taining I pills, and is tetailed at the low
price of 7- cent.'' Half- boxes of Touie
pi. Is, containing 1 J pills each, are sold at -
40 cents, which IssuhVIr nt for anv oidina-
r rase tT chills and rer. ' 1 he Anti
bilious sell at - cents per box of iU pills.
loth are. always accompanied by printed
directions for thtir use.
I ' ForsaVj wholesale and retail by Dr
E. EASTERLY, at the City1 Family Med
icine store, S E co truer of 1 liird and Ce-
nut street. . - . ' ( '' v ''-(marl
Forsnlehy 1)R Q!WA' D .'V.V, IVarsav. ,
t-r-Als0,by (ii W Rivtfs aV..I J W Bird,
Benton Covuhj; A C Moor, J W J jllrr A
Lrachmnu, ItvUviar: J PrKC,! J. Uu1-
Jones, V Montgomery, - i:l-':mi Ji PKk
and Reed Ucimett, 11 .'al; S ll ); -l.erts,
rist WaWaAMcCuiv-K-L, ( v. ' ; ?; 't
terson, Jltillis O-i C 1., !., i ,t u-
rrmfUf l'uicl Daifcy, .