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SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR.
C EALEii KUPOSALS willbereceiv
O ti ky the undersigned committees, on
behalf of tbe M. E. Church nd Land
mark? Lodge ,No. 64, of Free nd Accept
ed Masons, until the ' lflth day of June,
1848, tot the Brick and Carpenter's work
of a house of the following dimensions:
- 50 feet long by 36 feet wide, two stories
high) the lower story to be 14 feet in the
clear, and the upper story 12 feet in the
- clear, with eight openings in each side.
' The carpenter's work to be done embra '
,ces the enclosing of the building. Propo
sals will also be received for the founda
tion, which is t)be of good limestone rock.
The Committees reserve the right of re-
acting any bid which they may detm too
ligh. Persons desirous of putting in bids
can tee the plan and specifications of
aid work by calling on the committees.
hi.' ;. E. T.MAJOR,
:o ;. ,. H. P. W ATKINS,
. " . JNO. A. BLAKEY,
. Comm. on part of the Lodge.
i. C. DERRICK,
. JNO. S. LINOLE,
: - L. J. RITCHEY,
'." ; Comm. onpart Of the Church.
Warsaw, May 13, 1848.
h - !
TALLOW CANDLES Just ree'd. 100
lbs., and for sale cheap at the Drug
Store by may 13 B. A D.
SCHOOL BOOKS Elementary Spell
er, Goodrich's 1, 2, 3 and 4th Read
ers, Olney'a Geography & atlas, Smiley 's
Pike's and Smith's Arithmetics, Ac, for
sale low by may 13 B. & DUNN.
MEDICAL BOOKS A general as
sortment for sale low, by
-mayl3 BROWN & DUNN.
CIDER VINEGAR 1 Bbl just ree'd.
and for sale by maylS ' ' B. &D.
JAMES ATKISSON is now receiving
a Very complete assortment of
- Ifry Goods and Groceries,
mrchased at low prices, and being sold
ower than everbefore 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." ,, . .. .. mayB
TO ALL CONCERNED!
; r Positively the Last Call.
ALL Persons indebted to me by note or
book account, are invited to come for
ward and pay the same without delay, and
save costs. Further indulgence will not
be given. , . H. II. WHITE.
Warsaw, May 6, 1848.
JOTICE is hereby given that
I have this day closed my
books. All those indebted, are
re quested tc call and settle either by note
or cash, or they will be called upon.
ma6 JAS. M. WHITE.
I TAINTED LAWNS, of most beautiful
. styles at from 18 to 25 cents, at
,.. mayS J. ATKISSON.
Attention, livery Itody.
WE do not intend to turn our attention
to the navigation of the Osage,
Porame de Terre 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 the city, whether
they advertise to sell at Cost or not. We
have the largest assortment to be found in
the plaoe, and our motto, "the nimble tix
pence better than the slouf shilling," will
- sell Goods accordingly.
tJ Call and see as. No trouble to show
you any thing we have to sell.
-roay6 BENNETT & SHEPARD.
; 1 WANTED SOON!
" i fin ft BUSH 'Wheat, weighing 60 lbs
,1( J, if if to the bushel, clean,
. , 2000 bush Oats.
Deer Skins, Furs, Peltries, Flax, Wool,
.Bacon Lard, Dry Hides, White Beans,
Flax seed. &c.,at
may6 ; J. ATKISSON'S.
Tur, Pitch Turpentine.
a f-i BBLSeach,and Linseed Oil, Lamp--.
1U black, White Lead, Saleratus, Gin
ger, Window glass, Putty, Ac., by
may6 J. ATKISSON.
Tennessee Iron the best in
A TONS fullv ass'd.. Tennessee bar
411 hand, round, suuare. sheet, slab,
nail rod and other Iron, and a large lot of
Castings, for tale low by
may6 J. ATKISSON.
Whiskey "and other luxuries."
4 tfifl BBLS. Ohio rectified WhUkey,
, 1 UU 10 do American Brandy,
.,!,...., 1 Pipe pure Cogniac do
5 bbls common Gin,
5 do Malaga Wine,
5 do pure Peach Brandy,
- 60 boxes ass'd Candies,
60 do .: M R Raisius,
- ' , ' 60 drums Figs,
!' . 10 boxes Claret Wine',
20 do ?ougbkeepsie Ale,
, j ... I i . 20 mats Cinnamon,
.' ; , 10 lbs Nutmegs,
: ,,i i ' .', 10 do Cloves, : '
for sale to Grocers at very low prices for
cah. fmay6) . J. ATKISSON.
vtam, Sugar tjf lobacco. :
' 'i PIPE Jamaica Rum, t
' I 1 boa Museovade Sugar,
'"10 bbls Loaf do : '
' 20 Hhds. best N.O. do , ;
'' 'gn bote Tobacco, ass'd., and ; ;
K.M bags best Rio Coffee, . .: 1
for aal oainvitjng terms, by
-ia)6 J. ATKISSON.
HAVE ree'd. per steamers Lightfoht A
Wave, another of their immense
Dry Goods, GrocerieJ,
Hardware, Queensware, Iron, Castings,
Hats, Boole, Shoes, Liquor, etc., etc. ,
And our arrangements are such that we
shall be receiving and adding to our as
sortment, by every boat as long as the O
sage is navigable, and by wagons through
out the year. The following are only a
few of our principal articles:
1000 sacks Salt, 40,000 lbs Iron,
600 bbls. do 20,000 do bndAround
150 do whiskey, 5,000 do ass'd Steel,
10 do brandy, 10,000 do as'd cast'gs
10 do wine, 6,000 do Cot Yarn,
6 do p'ch brandy, K) bags Coffee,
10 do Molasses, 150 bbls Sugar,
3 do Linseed Oil, 50 kegs Nails,
50 kgs white Lend, 5,000 galls sto ware,
10000 Spanish Cigars, 10 bbls Lf Sugar
10 do bHdy cherries, 100 doz p 1 hats,
10 Jo claret wine, 50csbootsAshoes,
lOdo'lemon syrup, . 20 bales domestic,
- 10 " Stoughton's bitters, 30 kgs powder,
10 do painted buckets 10 boxs C's axes,
10 do selves, 30 bags shot,
10 crates Queensware 20 doz castor oil,
and an extra large stock of Fancy A Sta
ple DRY GOODS, Fur, Wool, Leghorn
and Panama HATS, Bonnets Parasols,
Looking-Glasses, Pictures, Picture frames
School Books, Bibles, Cap A Letter Pa
per, Grtefenbcrg Pills, Lemons, Oranges,
Window Glass, Scythes, Hay Forks, Sho
vels, Spades, Ac, Ac, Ac.
We intend to make our sales this year
double the amount of any previous year,
and consequently can a (lord 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.
Country merchants wishing to replei
ish at any time during the year, will find
it to their interest to buy of is, instead of
going to Boonville. Grocers can be sup
plied with every article usually kept in a
grocery, as cheap as the same can be got
in any market.
We barter for almost every thing raised
or made in the country. No trouble to
show goods. Give us a call. . apl23
SHOES AND BOOTS.
GENTLEMEN'S Boots and Shoes, A
' Ladies and Children's do., a small lot
for sale rather high!! at
mayo j. a ikimsuivs.
JVcm Inducements No 44 still
I AM selling out my present stock at
cost, and would invite iny old custom
ers and the public generally to give a call.
I have on hand Calicoes, Sugar, Coffee,
Powder, Nails, Spun Cotton, (all Nos.)
Hardware, Looking-glasses, Tea, Cotton
Cards, and a variety of other articles,
which I will sell at cost. F-3 If you want
cheap Goods, call at No. 44, and judsre for
yourselves. apl29 J. M. WHITE.
Cf KEGS Dupont's FFFG Powder,
warranted to 1st quality, for sale at
cost, by apl29 J. M. WHITE.
HORN AND PALM
1 LEAF HATS About 100 dozen for
sale cheap by apllo SHEPARD,
The first lot of Dry Goods
THIS season, are now opening at our
well known cheap stand. We have
the best assortment of fashionable Cali
coes and Summer Dress Goods, such as
Ginghams, Printed Lawns Bareges, Ac,
Ac, ever brought to this market. Ladies,
you must call scon if you want good selec
tions, as we shall sell them at such low
prices that they are bound to go off" rapidly.
apllS BENNETT A SllEPARD.
iron iron Iron.
1 f fE have just ree'd. 60,000 Lbs. Iron,
T consisting of all sizes Tire Iron and
every sort of band, round and square iron
spring, blister and Cast Steel Plow
Moulds, Wagon 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 prices.
apllS BENNETT A SHEPARD.
First Spring arrival of
1t liennett V ShepartVs.
T)ER S. B. Lightfoot, we are in receipt
JL of another mammoth stock of Goods
It is well known that we have always
kept as good for a better) stock of Goods,
as any house in the South-west, and we
now intend to defy competition by keep
ing the la rgest assortment and selling them
cheaper than any of our brethren. We
shall adopt as our motto, "Large sales and
small profits," consequently we. will
make it the interest of all who want goods
to purchase them of us. Just give us a
call no trouble to show Goods,
aplla BENNETT A SllEPARD.
THE subscribers would respectfully an
nounce to their friends and the public,
that they have opened a Livery Stable in
this eity, and are prepared at all times to
furnish first rato saddle horses and genteel
rigging, to those wishing to ride in that
wav. We are also prepared with Buggies
and Carrages for the accommodation of
families and others. These accommoda
tions will be furnished at notice at reason
able rates FOR THE CASH.
t t Persons arriving at Warsaw either
by steamboat or stage, will be conveyed
to auy of the neighboring towns on short
notice and at fair prices.
BLAKEY A PEAKE.
Warsaw, April, 8,T843-tf
6) DOZ. bottles, old Madeira Wine, war
4) ra-nted, on hand for sale at cost. !
uj.li.xj J. M. WHITE, No. 41.
The Mammoth of the World !
1843. - - 1848.
John T. Martin, . .
Old Established Clothier, No. 114, Main
. . i Street, St. Louis, Mo. ,
HAS for the approaching Springof 1848,
made the most extensive arrangements
of any other house in the U. States, so as
to be enabled to accommodate the hundreds
of thousands that will throng my store for
the Spring and Summer Fashions.
Motto "Large SaktBf Small Profits:1
by far the largest and most complete stock
of Ready made Clothing ever manufactu
red by any one house. From the many
advantages I possess, I am confident in
asserting that my goods are manufactured
al much lower prices than any otherhouse,
and I am determined to sell them at such
low prices as to defy any and
My Spring stock has all been bought for
cash and manufactured by myself in the
city of New York, and having paid great
attention to the cut and fit, will make my
stork one of the most desirable ever offer
ed in any city in tin Union. I am confi
dent that I can give you as good a fit as a
ny tailor, and cut in the latest acd most
Merchants throughout the West, want-
Ing Clothing, at any time by ordering and j
enclosing the amount, will have it attend
ed to strictly with every care and correct
ness, and forwarded by the first opportu
nity. 1 he great variety my stock will consist
of this Spring, will be far superior to any
other previous season, and as regards price .
and quality, will be at least 15 or 20 per j
fani olia.tiu. tVin.i Dna hofnrn nfTornrl :
- ..mi. ' - -" ........... ,
The great amount of business I have been I
doing, (and hope by strict attention to con-
tinue) will enable me to offer to my old
customers and strangers visiting SI. Louis,
much greater inducements than any other
by doing so can afford to sell you t a ve-
ry small advance upon the manulacturmg
price, transient customers visiting the
city and calling on me, will be convinced
that my assortment is mucji larger and far
cheaper than anything ever offered to a
Beware of those who tell you this is
but bear in mind that I have but one store,
'tisNo. 114, Main Street, a large No. 1!4 :
on the top of the house, and in front apor- I
tico with the name MAK 1 lev, in large gilt
I pledge myself to sell lower than any
marl JNO. T. MARTIN.
OTICE Mr. C. P. SWITZLER is
business during my absence from the city.
jana u. u. imruty.
nnilOSE who want bargains, can get goods
at prime cost at
WHITE & AYRES.
supply every body, ree'd by
apllS . BENNETT & SHEPARD.
ORANGES St LEMONS A great rar
ity in this country, are now opening
at apllo B. A SHEPARD'S.
IlVf If AVI II
STAGE r OFFICE,
Corner of Main St. and the Public &uar,
tjk.v. .v. norco.iiit,
nAYING taken this well known house,
hopes by strict attention to the com
fort and accommodation of the travelling
public, to receive a liberal share of patron-'
The House is undergoing a thorough re-1
pair, and she flatters herself that its ac
commodations will not be found inferior I
to any other establishment in the South
west. The stable is large and convenient, and ,
will always be supplied with plenty of
irood nrovender and attended bv a careful
and attentive ostler.
Jan. 15, 1S48.
A few more left of the same sort!
C) HIGH POST BED STEADS, coin-
of Household furniture. . Persons wishing
to purchase, would no well to call and ex
amine them, as they will be sold cheap at
aprill J. M. WHITE'S, No. 44
WANTED Furs, Deer Skins, Wheat,
Beeswax, Tallow, Dry Hides, Hemp,
Ac, Ac. EVERETT &ASIIBURY.
WEST INDIA PRESERVES OR
ANGE, Limes, Ilagus, Papaw and
Ginger, for sale by
junel9 II. H. WHITE.
Wine, Apple and other
t kinds for sale low b
ll. C. HENRY.
RISING SUN HOTEL
Corner of Washington c Benton Streets,
iirjwi Y tV II IT Z It
TAKE great pleasure iu announcing to
the community generally, and the trav
elling public in particular, that they are
prepared to entertain them in a manner
unsurpassed in the State, and they hope
by due attention to the comfort of their
patrons,- to merit and receive a large share
of the travelling custom.
Their stable is convenient and commo
dious, and will be well provided at all
times, and will b attended by a polite and
atteutive ostler. ; janl5-ly
Sugar, Coffee and Salt.
l&O BAGS best Rio Coffee, '
60 do , 2d quality do, ":
50 Ibis best New Orleans Sugar,
250 tacks G. A. Salt, in store and for
sale by ; JAS. ATKISSON. .
M'or the Osage Hirer
F11HE new and light draught
JL Steamer LIGHTFOOT,
R. C. HENRY, Master,
Having been purchased expressly for the
Osage river trade, will commence her re
gular trips upon the first water. The
Lightfoot is well adapted to the trade,
drawing only 18 inches light, will carry
150 tons on 3 feet water, and 350 tons when
fully laden, and being accompanied by a
very light draft barge, shippers in all parts
of the river may rely on getting their
freight up and down without delay. The
interests of shippers in the interior partic
ularly attended to.
For freight or passage, apply or board,
or to Geo. Buchanan ACo., St. Louis.
, Jas. Glenn, Osage City.
E. B. Cordell, Jefferson Cily.
S. R. Roberts, Erie.
Jno. Jones, Mouth Linn Creek.
Jas. Atkisson, Warsaw.
Waldo A McCulloch, Oseola.
WN. B. The Lightfoot will positively
remain in the Osage river until the 1st of
M'osl Office JVotice.
EASTERN MAIL tloses on Tuesdays,
Tliurdaya and Saturdays, at 12 o'
Southern Mail closes on Sundays, Tues-
davs nnd TliiirsrlHVn nt A n'plnf-k n. m.
j j t ' r '
Wuynesville mail closes at V o'clock, p.
m., on Sundsy s.
Jjig Creek m&il closes at y o clock, p.
in. on Wednesdays.
Fort Scolt mail arrives every Tuesday
,i eveninc at 6 o'clock, and closes at 9.
Leaves Wednesday morning at 6 a. m. j
Jiullalo mail arrives on Jt riuay evening, '
at 6 o'clock, and closes at 9
Saturday morning at 5 a. m. . j
U Letters will not be mailed af;er the :
above named hours. i
nThe office will be open on Sundays ,
one hour after the arrival of the Eastern
mail and n lPir- '
r H. LEONARD, P. M
Warsaw, Jan. 15, 1848.
J ment, at very reduced prices, at No 46
oct-26 . R. C. HENRY,
tlOOO Bushels WHEAT,
300 do Castor Deans,
500 Lbs. Beeswax,
500 bushels Flaxseed,
10,000 lbs. Deer Skins.
500 Koon, Fox and Cut Skins,
100 Otter skins,
at the highest prices, bv
nov20 JAS. ATKISSON.
Powder, Lead, and Caps.
23 KEGS Dupont's Towder,
2000 Lbs. Bar Lead,
i 500 boxes best percussion Caps, just re
! ccived by J. ATKISSON.
To Southern itlt'iTli.tnt.
I WOULD respectfully inform you that '
. I am in receipt of my large and well
selected stock of Stnplo
DRY GOODS XD GROCERIES, !
which I beg leave to offer at a very small
advance on K astern cost, having in store
an immense stock, and expecting daily as I
many more, it behooves me to dispose of i
fhnsn oil Via ml fia mnn o nnfieihla. A 11 1 '
request is, a call, and I warrant full satis-
laciion whi oe given, t or a recapitulation
v. ""in) biivi" ... . vcfJl Villi. IV U
rect your attention to my advertisement
in another column.
oct30 II. C.HENRY.
For flic Lndics. '
"1 UST ree'd., in addition to my former
"0CK'ana aeslS"cu expressly lor tne
Ladies, a large assortment :of fancy, scen-
ted, toilef, Congress and Ball Soaps, of a
superior quality; also Eau dc Cologne, Oil
La Paras, Maccassar and Moellede eouf
cVc. Shell, Butterfly, Imitation and orna
mental tuck, lute, side Combs; Victoria,
P?lk imitation side do
twill'd, Biazilian, Diamond and capped
side do.; fine dressing toilet do, together
with a number of fancies yet to be enu
1JOWDER, LEAD, Ac A good article
, of Dupont's FFF glazed, expressly
for hunters, in store and for sale very low
for cash at HENRY'S.
k BOXES low priced Virginia Tobacco,
O 5 do fine do ' do
5 do Portland, best,
5 de cowmen Me. manufactured, just
ree'd and for sale by
novl3 , ; JAS. ATKISSON.
MNCY ARTICLES. Cords & Tas-
L sels, bl'k aud col'd Fringes, worsted
Hoods, comforters, kid gloves, silk mits,
purses, bonnet aud cap ribbons, artificial
flowers, &c, at . SHEPARD'S.
large and general assortment lust of
fering at my u ual low rates. Call at No.
46, and you will be well paid for your trou
ble. . ocl26 R.C.HENRY.
(1ROOERIES and LIQUORS -Sugar,
I Coffee, Tea, Whiskey, Brandy and
Wines which I am offering very low.
Call at No. 46. R. C. HENRY.
SMOKING TOBACCO.s-4 boxes lust
ree'd. and for sale by v B, A DUNN.
COTTON YARNS, candle wick and cot
ton batting, just receiving and opening
which are offered at the lowest rates by
oct26 R. 0. HENRY.
VESTINGS A large assortment just
opened, all styles and patterns, which
I will sell very cheap. R.C.HENRY.
MOLASSES.- Sugar-house, Golden
Syrup and N. Orleans, in store and
for sale by oct30 HENRY.
CRUSHES. A large assortment of paint
and wall brushes, both large and small,
for sale on good terms at HENRY 'S.
JVb. 46, Main St., Warsaw, Mo,,
AND WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES.
rOFFEE 100 bags of Rio Coffee, in
store, and for sale very low
aug'21 R.C.HENRY, No
CJUGAR 25 Bbls. N. O. Sugar, best
O quality, just ree'd. and for sale by
aug21 R. C. HENRY, No. 46.
SPUN-TRUCK. 2,000 Lbs. Spun
Cotton, in store and for sale at the usu
al low rates, by R. C. HENRY.
4 BBLS. old ice tif t' Whiskey, of the
very best brands, sold low at
aug21 HENRY'S, No. 46.
OADDLERY. A small lot of Saddles
I 0 on hand yet, and will be sold st a very
low price to close consignment, by
I al,g21 R. C.HENRY.
TINEAS. The very best Imperial, Gun
( JL powder and Y. Hyson, for sale at re
duced prices by
R. C. HENRY.
1 LARGE and well assorted lot of Goods
A on hand, and for sale low for cash and
EVKKETT A ASHliU III.
.IVip rati and Winter
LOW TRICES FOR CASH OR PRO
DUCE!! XO CREDIT! !!
I AM now in receipt of a large stock ol
Full and Winter supplies of .
QUEENSWARE &. BOOTS,
HATS, CAPS, &e.,
to which I would invite the attention of
those wishing to puichase. My stock has
been selected with great enre, and is well
adapted to the wants of the country. I
am determined to sell them a little lower
than any other house In tho South-west,
for CASH OR PR Ol) UCE, "awl nothing
else." My stock consists in part as follows
j - in: v ;is.
; Sup. bl'k &. blue French &, Eng.
Bl'k and blue Cassiineres, Fancy do.,
Casinets, Tweeds, Ky. Jeans,
j Winter Vestings, Blankets, Forest Cloths,
Plain and 'd. Black Alpaca,
'Fancy do., Detains, Gala l'laids, (a new
article very rioli.)
A large assortment of Prints, Shawls,
Linseys, Hoods, Comforts,
Phila. Plaids, Ginghams, Bonnets,
Flannels, Domestics, Bleached Muslins,
Tickings, Osnuburgs, Drills,
Cotton Yarns, &c, &c.
Roots, Shoes. Hats V cap.
A large assortment of Men's thick kip Sl
j calf Boots & Shoes, Boys' & Youth's
do.; misses do.; Ladies Boots Si
Shoes, a variety of styles.
Fine Nutria & Russia
Low crown do.; Sporting do.; .
Otter, Seal, muskrat, Plush, Sealette,
glazed and IlairCaps, Infant's caps, Ac,
Tea, sugar, coffee, salt, molasses, whis
key, indigo, madder,candles, tobacco,
Principe, regalia, cazedoras and
melee Cigars ; powder, lead,
ginger, alum, saleratus,
pepper and spice,
Loaf Sugar, Crackers and almost
every other article in the grocery line.
A large assortment of HARDWARES
Spanish, half Spanish, English A Ladies
Trees ; Pad, Hog, & Welting Skins,
Plush, Webbing, Straining Web,
Braddoons, Buckles, Stirrups,
Sadler's Jjilk A Thread,
martingale rings, spurs, saddle bags, &c,
M"Wanted in exchange for Goods at
cash prices, Beeswax, Flaxseed, Beans,
Deer A Fur Skins, Wheat, Bacon, Flour,
Corn meal, Hides, Tallow, and all the
cash you have to spare. Call and see m.
and if we do not trade, it shall not be my
' fault. ' ' , '
septlft . II. II. WHITE
. , , "...
TRY GOODS new and fashionable,
1 Xf cheap for Cash, at
m7 II. II. WHITE'S.
f COFFEE, SUGAR & TEA. The best
w mat ever grew, lor sale at
niar27 , ' .11. II. WHITE'S.
1AISINS6 boxes just ree'd. and for
li sale low by BROWN & DUNN.
STAPLES OF THE WEST Salt A
Whiskey for sale by
II. II. WHITE. I
i" nisi ii iinr-iimnWj
. t lfoctor Itichc&nl3Ti?:
A SAFE and certain cureYgr CtiEi kni
Fever or Intermittent Fever, wfrffani
ted in all cases. In ease of failure, our
Agents are authorized to refund the mco
ey to purchasers upon their certifioate el"
the same. . '
The above remedy has been recently
discovered as a specific in Chills and Far
ver, and has received a fair trial, one doje
having cured many of the most , ' p '
Obstinate and protracted Cases,
after every other "known remedy had fail
ed quinine not excepted. Tbe most em
inent physicians of this place have pro
nounced tbe TONIC POWDERS a in.
nocent medicine in their present form, and
maybe given to children and persons of
the most FEEBLE CONSTITUTION,
with impunity and success. .' Tha uadar
signed does not deem it necessary to follow
up the usual custom of prpcuring individ
ual certificates to the support of this val
uable medicine, but leaves it in the hands
of the people te prove its own virtues up
on the principle of
X0 CURE, X0 r.U'
nnd also disclaims the entire invention of
the medicine, but procured the mode of
preparation from an honorable source, and
therefore avails himself of its value.
ErPrice per box, $1 25. ; , ,' ,
Richmond, Ray co , Mo., July 1847.
S3 For sale in Warsaw by '" '
GENTLEMEN who want very auberjor
Cloths and Cassimeres. can aiwavs
find them at
july24 EVERETT A ASHBURY'S.
Everett & Ashbufy ,
HA VE in store and for sale very low,
CO sacks best Rio Coffee, .
5 Hhds. Sugar,
20 Bbls best Cincinnati Whisky,
1-2 Pipe Am. Brandy, ',
1-2 -b best Cog. do. .
1 Bbl. Blue Lick Water.
2000 Lbs. Cotton Yarn, all Nos.
CiASTINGS & Plough Moulds-a great i
i variety for sale cheap by r
man: it. n. v mi i r..
Ct ROOKERY A GLASSWARE A
' jrrcnt variety, for sale by
mar27 II. II. WHITE.
. Nails and Castings. , -
V LARGE, well assorted lot of Nails &.
. Castings on hnnd and far sale bv
EVERETT A ASHBURY.
A NEW FIRM.
1) EVERETT having associated with
him in business, MONROE ASH
BURY, the business hercalter will be car
ried on under the name and stvle of '
.T N. n. P. Everett experts Immedi
ate payment hy all prnonis indebted to
him while doing business nn his own ac
count. . July 21, 1847.
EVER ETT&A S H B URY
II" ILL continue to do business in the old
stand of P. Everett. They are now
receiving a fresh stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD-.
WARE, COTTON YARN. &c, &c.
ILL persons indebted to me by note or
book account, arc respectfully reuuest-
ed to fork over the dimes, without delay.
Self preservation compels me to make this
call. septll H. II. WHITE.
J. A. Brown, M. D. J. Dunn, M. D.
DBS. BROWN & DUNN
HAVING associated themselves in the
practice of Medicine, offer their ser
vices. to the citizens of Warsaw andvicni
ity in the various branches of the profes
sion. The attentionof bothwillbe given if
desired, without the usual fee of consulta
tion. Office at the new Drug Store ontht
corner of Main street ' and the Public
Square, where one or both of them may at
all times be found, unless professionally
SADDLERY & SADDLER'S TR.M
MINGS cheap at
mar27 II. II. WHITE'S.
Receiving, Forwarding St Commission "
And dealer in Foreign and Domestio
Main Street, Warsaw, Mo. .
General Jjgeni and Commission Mcnkanl,
MEMPHIS, TENN. ,: j j.
HAS received and is now bpening a re
neral assortment of .
New Ac Faliloaab!e Gdo!v
which he offers for sale at uunsuaUjr lew
prices for Cash or Produce. Those who
want new and good Goods, had bttttr Cult
and see hit immediately. : '
Warsaw, March 27,1847. V;.:, ,
LOO TRACE CHAINS on hand and
for sale very low by " '
tnar27 II. H. WHITE.
ROOTS, SHO ES, HATS, Ac, Ac.,
A large lot for sale low foreeihat -mar27
H. H. WHITE'S
BLANKS of every description kept ooq
stanUy on hand at tail attice