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SATURDAY MORNING V I S I T O It.
POUND of this com
i pany is almost lite
I rally a, tulphate of
1 3arsapaniia .do
' is it that the dote it
but the half of a ve
ry smull tea spoonful,
while the doso of
that whioh is sold in large bottles nearly a
icineiatfuL In addition to Sarsaparilla,
It contains a powerful concentration of
Mandrake, Queen's Delight, Elder, Yel-
low Dockfc Guiacum and other important
-medicaments which are nut found in any
;.i,The Queen's Delight, which forms an
1 essential ingredient in the Grafenberg
t'.SarsapnrfllaGompoimd, is probably supe-
- fior to Sarsaparilla itself. Professor Frost,
of Charleston, S. C, speaks of it as f j1
lows, in the Southern Journafof Medicine
and Pharmacy: "Few vegetable produc-
, ; tions exhibit inure power upon tho system
- generally.! So powerfully is its action ex
erted upon the capillary and secreting ves
sels, in changing their morbid, state or con-
, ditions and disposing them to a new and
. healthy action, that it is gi-cntly lo be pro
; lei-red," Ac, Ac. He further adds "that
Itis'rn chronic diseases and chronic in
flammation, and also in the long train of
consequences that follows syphilis, that its
i-flicaey is best exhihitod." "
The superiority or 'ie Gin-feiibergSar-snparilla
Compound niay be .stated thus :
1. It is compounded of a number of the
' most efficacious vegetables in the whole
range of the materia medica in addition
2. ' These are so highly concentrated that
there are so many more doses in the bottle
than in any of the very largest bottles ev
er advertised. ., .....,
3. This concentration renders it to Sar
snparilla what quinine is to Peruvian bark.
The more diluted preparations are no bet
ter than ordinary root-beer, souring on the
stomach and spoiling in the bottj-i. To
use a w eak intusiou of Sarsaparilla when
it sulphate of the a i tide moy he had is
like taking ba.-k instead of quinine, or like
: travelling in a soow Hguinst a strong cur
rent instead of in a swift stormier. -,
These tlyngs being so, let all who have
made up their mi nils to use any Sarsapa-
'rillo,tisethnt of the-Urafctiberg Compa
ny. 5,.- It is warranted M be ten times
more cfliench ui than any other known;
no matter how large the bottle or extrnv
nirant the advertisement.- As SPJilXG
.JtKDICIXES,ils Grtefenberg Vegetable
Pills, the Grualeuherg Health Hitters, and
the Gnefeiibcig Sarsaparilla floinpo-.ind
should supersede all others. For univer
sal use tho Pills and Bitters are or incal
culable value, i Those who take them
need hot fear the enervating eilects of
r suiiimcr which is wt hand.
'J he' General Agent lor Missouri, is E.
KI WOOUWAnD, St. Louis, lo whom
applications for agencies may be address
id. -' '
EDWARD BARTON, Sec'y.
New Yoik, j ine 1848.
'TThe above Celebrated medicines ore
fur sale at Warsaw, by
, . , BENNETT k SHEPARD
STATE OF MISSOURI, ) ..
-r, ' J As.
.IviUMTr or ItENTOX. .' )
In the Circuit Court, March Term, 184S.
hhv k vp Kf issoi-Bi,' ASMimpsit writ or
Gs D.xo Attachment.
NOW at this day comes the said plaintiff
by attorney, mid it appearing Uom the
. Mierill .'. return in this case, that the said
defendant cannot be summoned, and that
his property has been attached. There
fore it;U ordered by the Court lit le, that
said defendant be notified that the said
. plaintilf hath commenced an action of as
Muupsit against Jiiui for tho sum of Tw o
Hundred and fifteen Dollars and seventy
four cents, $215 14:) that his property
- lias been atta.ulied.to suti&fy the same, and
that unless he be anilHpjer before this
court at the next term, to bo begun and
held nt the Court house in the City of
Warsaw, in Benton county, on the sect nd
Monday in September next, and within
the first three days of said next term, plead
to the action of said plaintiff, judgment
. will be rendered against him. and his pro
jterty will be told .to satisfy the same.
.'And it is further ordered, tint a copy of
this order be published in some newspaper
printed iu this .State for four weeks succes
sively, the last publication thereof to be at
leat" four, weeks before the commence
ment of said next term. A true copy.
,.TUOS JtEISHOP, Clerk.
june2g-4t-gl f r , '
STATE OF MISSOURI, ) j
CoOflTY OPt 5e9TI..'..
U the Circuit Court, Mirch term, 18-18
John B. Wiioht,
William P. Smith.
Assumpsit writ of
NOW at this day comes tliesaid plaintiff,
by his attorney, and it. appearing to
Court from the Sheriff's Vetarn on the writ
issued in ibis case, that he said defend
ant cannot be summoned. Therefore it
is ordered that the said defendant be noti.
fled that the said plaintiff hath commenc
' ed an action ol assumpsit against him for
thi suln pf 8 vf B Hundred and thirty dol
lars and: -1 cfejitij (7?'f -,) and sued
out a writ of attachment against his prop
rty, and thai his property has been at
tached and that unless fc be and appear
before this court at the next term, to be
begun and held at the Court-house in the
Cfcy ef VVars.w,jn Benton county, oq the
eoad Monday (u September next, and
"answer the complaint ofsaid plaintiff with
! lo the, fir, three days of said term, if the
' same shU so long continue, and if not,
then before the f nd of said next term, a
. Jodgujent will be rendered against hira: fur
Hie said oobt And .costs, and, bis property
" eld to satisfy the same., , ,. , j i
.liAad It is further ordored that a copy of
this order be published la some, newspaper
priced In this State for four weeks sue
civt;!y, the last publication thereof to
t .at leant fvpr. weeks before said next
tetio. A true eopy: ;
!:sTIIUi J. BISHOP, C !
Ir. E. EASTEKLY'8
Medicated Strengthening Plaster
rilHIS blaster has been prepared under
L the immediate eye and superintend
ence of an old physioian, who is a gradu
ate 6f the University of Pennsylvania,
and has had extensive practice for more
than SO years til treating the various dis
eases incident to .this country. He confi
dently recommends this Plaster, from a
thorough knowledge of its virtues, to be
superior to every Plaster now in use. By
keeping up a gentle perspiration, it is ad
mirably adapted for Pains or Weakness
in the Breast, Side, Back or Limbs ; also,
for the Gout, Rheumatism, Enlargement
of the Spleen, Liver Complaint 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 subject to vi
olent coughs and colds, they are particular
ly recommended as they give almost Im
mediate relief, and for pleasantness, safe
ty, ease and certainty,' they are decidedly
supeiior to most other remedies.'
Persons afflicted with any of the above
diseases will find Dr. Easterly's Medica
ted Strengthening Plaster much superior
to any other ever before offered to the pub
lic. Physicians, druggists and dealers iu
Medicines, will find it to their interest to
keep a supply of these valuablo Plasters
on hand to accommodate their patrons.
iT3' For sale, wholesale and retail, nt the
Medical Depot of Dr. E. Easterly, south
east corner of 3d and Chesnut streets, St.
Louis, Mo., and by agents throughout the
Western States. apl25
fV For sale by Brown A Dunn, Drug
gists, agents for Warsaw, Mo.
1 LL persons interested in the estate of
Washington G. Walton, dee'd., late of
ruiasKt uounty, are nercny notincn mat
thf. iitiriri.xbrnf.fi will Annlv nt thn next Au
gust term of tho County Court for said
county, lor n nnai settlement, oi my aoiiun
istration of said estate.
J. N. B. DODSON, Adm'r.
juneiM lt-2l de bonis nonof said est.
VOTICE is hereby given that the under
i signed has obtained from the Clerk of
the Benton County Court, Letters of Ad
ministration w ith the will annexed, on the
estate of Joshua Graham, dee'd., bearing
date the 18th day of May, 1S48.
All persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to exhibit them
for allowance within one year from the
date of said Letters, or they may be pre
cluded from having any benefit of said es
tate, and if such claims be not presented
within three years, they w ill be forever
E. II. TABER, Adm'r.
june2'l-3t-21 with the will annexed.
Fresh Arrivals from
rEiil.id'lplii.i and M. loui.
HFE have just ree'd. from Philadelphia
II and St. Louis, a fresh ami well assort
ed stock of GOODS, which wc respect
fully solicit the people of euto:i county
and .South-west Missouri generally to call
and examine. They were purchased low.
and will be sold very cheap, consisting of
50 Hags best Rio Coffee, 10 Ilhds. Sugar,
o bills Molasses, 500 lbs. com. & best
loaf Suarar, Whiskey, .Brandy,
Poit Wine, com. & fine, Mal
aga & Madeira do., sack
Abbl SALT, Gun
powder, Imp. 4
Indigo, madder, alum,
copperas, saleratus, rosin,
brimstone, p & tallow candles,
Window glass (all sizes,) powder,
lead, shot, nails, iron, castings, cotton
yarns, linseed & castor oils, white lead, &c.
A general assortment of
HARDWARE & QUEENSWARE,
Palm leaf, Rutland, Panama, Russia, Hea
ver. Fur and Wool Hats, all qualities;
HOOTS & SHOES, a splendid tock ;
ff? Prints, cassimercs, cloths, sattinets,
Janes, all kinds ; Gents and boys summer
near, a large lot pf heavy Domestics
besides fashionable bonets, lawns,alpacas,
Jaconets, cambrics, & almost every thing
else, which they think are worthy the at
tention of the community.
EVERETT & ASHBURY,
In the Square Top Frame.
Warsaw, June 17, 1848.
SiJV. B. We purchase almost every
description of produce. E. A A.
Ready Made Clothing.
(5) (5) DOZ Summer Coats Pants A Vests,
w& forsale at what the cloth costs (ma
king thrownin)lj B. AS,
Final Settlement. ; ;
"VTOTIOE is hereby given to all credit
1A ors and others interested in the estate
of John Dean, dee'd., that at the next Ju
ly term of the Benton County Court, we
will make application for a final settle
ment of our administration of said estate.
i . JOHN HOLLO WAY,
JACOB H. DEAN,
Junel7-4t-20 . admr's.
S A LTl S A LTH S A LT1M
1COO SACKS ground alum Salt, very
large and full, for sale cheap by B. &, 6.
PORTLAND TOBACCO. 10 boxes of
this popular Tobacco just landed front
the "Wave" for sale by
junel7 . ..-... . B.&SIIEPARD.
lrE have a splendid assortment for sale
II lower than ever beftn-e by ' i
iunel7 o. U SIIU'AIIU.
16 Lbs. of Sugar for
WE are selling the best quality of Su
gar, much better than any other store
in Warsaw, at the above rate. And fur
thermore, we don't put the price down on
one article and make it up on others, but
sell every thing else in our line as Cheap
in proportion as we di sugar. Don't for
get this fact, but come and let us prove it
Juuel7 BENNETT & SHEPARD.
SCYTHES. Grain. Grass and Brush
Scythes, Sneads and scythe stones, for
sale cheap for cash by B. St S.
OF REAL ESTATE.
It Y virtue and in pursuance of an orler
i of the County Court of Benton coun
ty, t will sell to the highest bidder, on a
credit Of six months nt the Court-house
door, in the City of Warsaw, on the first
day of the next term of the County Court
ol lenton County, to be begun and held at
the Court-house, in the City of Warsaw,
on the fourth Monday in July, next, sale
to take place while the Collrt is in session,
the following described town lots, belong
ing to the estate of James A. Davis,
dee'd., to wit : part of Lot No. I, in block
No. 8, fronting 20 feet on Main street, and
running back 132 feet also all the right,
title and interest which the said deceased
has in and to Lot No. 1, in block No. 14.
Thp purchaser will be required to give
bond with approved security.
EDWARD T. MAJOR, Adm'r.
of est. of J. A. Davis, dee'd.
JOTICE is hereby given that the un-del-signed,
guardian of Reuben T.
Lind.ny, will apply at the next August
term of the Henry County Court, for a fi
nal settlement of my accounts as guardian
of said Reuben T. Lindsay.
JAMES LINDSAY, guardian.
OF R M A L ESTATE.
BY virtue and in pursuance of an order
of the Ci unty Court of Benton coun
ty, I will sell to the highest bidder, for
cash jn hand, at the Court-house door, in
the City of Warsaw, on the first day of
the next term of the County Court of .Ben
ton county, to .be begun and heltl at the
Court-house, in the City of Warsaw, on
the Fourth Monday in July next, sale to
take place while the Court is in session,
the following described town lots, belong
ing to the estate of John H. Wilson,
dee'd., to wit: Lot No. St, in block No. 62,
also lot No. 5, in block No. 22.
W. KILLBUCK, Adm'r.
VLL persons interested in the estate of
John II. Wilson, dee'd., late of Ben
ton county, are hereby notified that the un
dersigned will apply at the next July
termof the county court for said county,
for a hnal settlement of his administra
tion of taid estate.
W. KILLBUCK, Adm'r.
AT K have now a lot on hand, and will
' be supplied throughout the season,
with this celebrated Cheese.
june3 BENNETT & SHEPARD,
STATE OF MISSOURI,
County or Batss
In the Bates Circuit Court, .tiprit Term,
Vn. I Petition to foreclose
James Moaais &
Sarah A Mourns.!
N'OW at this day comes the said plain
tiff, and files herein his petion to fore
close the mortgage executed by the said
defendants herein, to the said plaintiff, for
South-west quarter of section No. thir
teen, (13,) township No. forty, (40) and
range No. twenty-nine, (29) also a copy
of said mortgage to secure to the said
plaintiff the sum of Three Hundred audJ
twenty five dollars eighty-seven cents,
($323 87,) with accruing interest as shown
by a bond executed by the said Karris,
and payable to the plaintiff, bearing even
date with said mortgage, and dated the
15th day of July, 1845. And the said
plaintiff also files herein an affidavit sta
ting that the said defendants are not resi
dents of, nor residing within this Stale.
'I'herrfore, it is Ordered by the Court, that
the said defendants be notified of the
commencement of this suit and required
to appear on or before the first day of the
next term, to be begun and held at the
Court-house at Papinville, in Bates coun
ty, on the first Monday after thefouith
Monday in September next, and answer
said petition, or judgment will be render
ed against them on said bond, and the
mmtgaged premises sold to satisfy said
debt, damages and costs aforesaid. And
it is further ordered that a eopy of this
order be published in some newspaper
printed in this State, for eight weeks suc
cessively, the last insertion to be nt least
four weeks before tho first day of the uext
term of this Court.
Attest a true copy :
F. BARROWS, Clerk.
June3-8t-13U-Prs. fee 13 SO.
BOOTS A SHOES. We have on hand
the largest assortment ot 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, ealf and seal
Slippers, kid and calf Buskins, Misses'
goat and seal Shois and Slippers. Boys'
coarse and kip Shoes, Children's seal,
morocco, calf and gaiter Shoes, Ac, &e,
all for sale ehean by '
june3 BENNETT Jt SHEPARD.
IOOKIWC-CLASSES-Of all sixes
J from 10 cents to 00, for le by
JuneS ' ' BENNETT A SHEPARD.
OSIN, Turpentine, Sauft and Tobc
eo, fr sal by B. ft LUN. i
Who wants Tar Now?
4 A Bbls. North Carolina Tar, Just land
J 1 ed from St. Louis Oak, for sale by
june3 BENNETT & SHEPARD.
For Family Use.
5 Bbls. best Cider Vinegar, 5 do. No. I
and 2 Mackerel, 10 do N. O and Sugar
house Molasses, 10,000 Lbs. best Spring
River Flour, for sale by B. Jt S.
More Soft IlatsT
(5) DOZEN Monterey Hals of the softest
-v kind, just ree'd per Oak, by
june3 BENNETT & SHEPARD.
Still in the tlrruilattcy!
Tntth in Stranger than Fiction?
is. c. nr,vi r
HAS just received per steamers Light
foot, St. Louis Oak & Wave, a large
and splendid assortment of
Dry Goods and Groceries,
comprising every article conducive to the
interest and comfort or a thriving people,
all of which is submitted to the inspection
of the public, with a promise of selling at
a very small advance, and at prices far
more reansonnble than heretofore exhib
ited by any house in Warsaw, wheth
er they sell at cost, or sell lower than oth
ers do, that promise to sell at cost. My
motto being 41 Cheap for Cash and quick
Sale," will give me an advantage over
my neighbors, not likely to be attained by
others. My supplies are constantly arri-ving,-and
will continue nt intervals through
the entire season.
My constant aim being td promote the
interests of tho people generally, and save
them of an arduous and laborious trip to
the Missouri river, for their supplies ; in
view of this, ,1 have made my arrange
ments to furnish the entire South-west
Salt, Iron, Sugar and Coffee,
in exchange for the products of the coun
tiy, and will be most be most happy, from
this time forward, if all all merchants, en
route to Boonville, would give me a call
and examine my stock thoroughly.
Warsaw, May 27, 18-18.
AND STILL LATER!
I)ER St. Louis Oak and AVave, sund
ries as below, which I offer low, to
make room for what is coming by next
boat Saleratus, rice, sugar, coffee, nails,
madder, indigo, molasses, peppermint &
bitters, Spanish brown, brooms, buckets,
soap, tobacco, candles, candy, almonds,
Ggs, crackers, allspice, mackerel, cotton
yarn, tubs, scythes and sickles, xc, &c,
all for sale low at No. 46.
may27 ' V R. C. HENRY.
ARRIVAL AT NO. 46!
1)ER Steamer Lightfoot, of a large and
general assortment of staple Groce
ries, comprising in part
fWW Bbls Kanawha Salt,
i) V V 45 do old Rectified Whiskey,
5 do amcr Brandy,
1 do Cogniac 2 hf do French "
1 do Peach do 2 bbls mal wine,
2 do Madeira, 2 hf do Port do
10 boxes Candy 10 boxes Raisins
10 do Claret Wine and Cherries,
2 do Lemon Syrup.
100,000 Lbs. assorted Iron,
2000 do do Castings,
68 Sacks Rio Coffee,
6 llluls Sugar.
ALSO5 rases boots, 4 do kip Shoes,
2 dux fine calf boots, 2 do fine uo shoes,
2 do pumps, 3 do coarse brogans.
KXX) Yds bale Osuahurgs, 1200 4-4 bro.
Domestics, 1 1 .000 do 7-8 do do.
For sale at No. 46- may27
(H f"rifl in Gold and Silver,
JUUUl0,00() lbs. clean linen and
COO bush. Castor beans,
500 do Flaxseed,
400 lbs. Feathers,
oOO do Tallow,
500 do Beeswax.
In exchange for any of the above arti
cles, will be given Drugs and Medicines,
all sorts of Paints, (Jiis and Dye stutls,
School Books, letter and cap paper, win
dow glass, Varnishes, Ac, tc, bv
mav20 BROWN & DUNN.
Perfumery, Fancy Articles, &c.
COLOGNE, Rose Water.Bear's grease,
Bear's Oil, Ox Marrow, Macassar Oil,
Hair Brushes, Tooth do., Violin Strings,
all sizes; silk and cotton purses, fine
pocktt combs, pocket books, silk watch
guards, Ac, for sale at the Drug Store,
low by may20J . B. & DUNN.
SALERATUS, Rice, Pepper, Ginger,
Spice, Cloves, Cinnamon bark, Ac, for
sale by may 20 B. & DUNN.
SMOKING TOBACCO, Pipes & match
es, for sale at the Drtig Store by
may20 BROWN A DUNK. :
YMN BOOKS Dupuy's, Christian
and Methodist Ilyniu Books, for sale
at the Drug Store by
mayl3 BROWN A DUNN.
In the Hickory iXrcnit t 'oitrt.
MARCH TERM 184S,
Petition fur Di
T OU are hereby notified that William
JL McCurmark has filed bis petition in
said Court, the object and general nature
of which U to obtain a divorce from tht
bonds of matrimony contracted with you ;
and unless you be and appear before the
Judge of the Hickory Circuit Court, on
the first day of the nextterm of said Court,
to be holden at the house of Thomas Da
vis, oujthe fourth Monday In September,
1348, and answer said bill, the same will
be ta ken as confessed. : '
A. If. FOSTER, Cl'W. :
may) St 15' , e Hickory C. C.
The largest most complete yd. i
SjHring frtippfies for I 848. ;
"llffi are now receiving direct froni
Philadelphia, a Complete assortment
or FRESH APURll DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, &c, which will render our stock
the largest and most complete Overbro't
to thd South-west. We tender our thanks
f n PttvaipianaArifl Tm-rliaiitaf,tfViiitfcrii.- i
mer patronage, and respectrully solicit a 7'ie Grctt Femeityfor Corunimptwn of the
continuance or it, and that of mahv new Lungs, Affection of the lAvcr, Hronchi
oncs. We invite the Physicians of South ts, Asthma, Pain or Wtaktuuof tM
West Missouri, who have not laid in their llreart or Lung,Lhrontc toUglu, Pleu
Sprir.g supplies, to give us a call and ex- y Hemorrhage of ite Luitim, and all
amine our stock and prices ; we are eon- ' Affection 'f the Ptumonary orgon
fident they will be pleased with both. Xj ATURE'S OWfr PRESCRIPTION.
Our stock consists in part of the follow- j - A compound baUamio t preparation
ine- ' f the Prtins Virginia, Or Wild Cherry
'Drntra TeiV,rn : Bark, eombined with the exlfactoftho tar,
ut tigs, ana ueaicines. , prppjteA by a flew ci,emici,i process, aP-
I.jO ot.. Siilpht Quinine, ! proved and refommended bt the most dis-
50 lbs Calomel. American and linsrlish. ' t:no-iiished nhvsicians, and universally ac-1
20 do je Mass
. 40 do spts Nitre dulcis,
25 do Auua Ammonia,
40 Lbs powdered Rhubarb,
CO do Cream Tartar,
40 do Bi carb. Soda,
23 do Tartaric Acid,
200 do Epsom Salts,
1.5 do Curb A calc Magnesia
50 do four Sulphur,
50 galls. Castor Oil,
40 do Alcohol,
40 do Sweet Oil,
40 do Spts. Turpentine
20 lbs. Bnlsnm Copaiba,
50 do Nitric. Acid,
25 do Oil Vitriol,
15 do muriatic arid,
10 do carb. Ammonia,
15 ilo nnwilered Inecnc. .
50 In Roll Snlnliiir.
Gum arabic, Chloroform, sugar lead, rad I Stated for complaints prevalent only in
scillac, opium sulphate, acetate and mil-j w climates.' Indeed I the most Oistin
riate of Morphine, borax, red precipitate, gnwhed men have averred that nature lor
Corrosive sublimate, Ext. of Butternut, ." in every country antidotes lor Ks
gentian, belladohila,Hvosciamus, Dande- , oJ peculiar diseases ' .
lion and colocynth, isinglass, cayenne! . Consumption, In its confirmed and Inci
pepper, manna, orange peel, Ac, Ac. j Pt stages, coughs, "
ill I? PIP AT TVSTRt'MFNTS &n liver complaint, form by far the mot fatal
SURGICAL INSIRUIMLMS.&c. ca, 0f diseases known to our land. ,
Three and Fourfold pocket cases, thumb yet evcn thcse mav be cured by means
lancets, spring do. silver and brass, Cath- 0f the simple yet powerful remedies which
eters, Bougies, Speculuins, tooth keys A are gcattered wherever those maladies
forceps, cupping instruments in cases, i preTa(.
Ac, Ac. Scarcely a Iriai! arrives from any point
J'aiuli, Oils, Lhje-irfuJJs, I arnishes.
Glassware, Si'c, Si'c.
50 kegs white Lead, No. 1, A pure
80 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 Venitinn Red,
50 do ext. Logwood,
5 do Muriate of Tin,
Cochineal, Chiome Green and Yellow,
Spanish whiting, Prussian blue, yellow
ochre, Nicarauga, 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.
Lemon Syrup, do Acid, Candy, Ac. Ac.
Mooks, Stationery, &c,
U. S. Dispensatory, Dunglison's Dic
tionary, Watson's Practice, Carpenter's
Physiology, Ac, Elementary Spellers,
Goodrich's 1st, 2d, 3d A 4th readers, 01
ney's Geography. Smiley Arithmetic and
Ke'y, Smith's Arithmetic A Grammar, Ac.
Ill snun, "C imvc trcij liuiiR uaum.jr
, . i . U ! 11 ..
I-.,.. .Dn,S Store, .11 .t .JW. . J tal.fcSta
put up as pure jrlics, and at ,he same , norEid secretions, and5 re
prices, as ,f they were R invigorating and brinn up all the rital
vv.. m M.f fisj 'energies to a. standard pf permanent
arsaw, Mo. May 6, 1848. . j u B, mf) t,m ertJ fc speci..
N. B.-Beeswax, Flaxseed Castor Beans,! fic jnfluence npon the liver, digestive or
Feathers, Tallow, Beef Hides and Clean gans aml lymphatic and glandular sys
Rags taken In exchange for any of the ,.,., them to heathful activttv.
above articles. B. A D. I
1 V . u ...,, the circulation, restoring (heir proper and
I K I U II If I K necessary secretions, thus accomplishing
lit uu ii v .iuiu, ; a C01upieta renovation from disease, and
"IEVERand AGUE, Dumb Ague, Chill restoration to sound and" permanent healths
L Fever, Intermittent A Remittent Fe-1 Those who are ufferiu'g with th pros
vcrs, and all the various fonns of Bilious (rating AGUE & FEVERS' Common in
diseases, speedily and permanently cured the West and South those whose e,onsti
by DR. WATSON'S INDIAN VEG ET- tutions have beeoirie enfeeblea by he us
ABLE TONIC. . of mercury, quinine, or otnet violent me-
This valuable medicine was prepared dieines, should ret6rt at Ofce e to (he os of
rrom an rxtciwlve practice or several this VALUABLE MEDICINES ''
years in a bilious climate in the Western u hat tutti and trift eure (he m'osft "6
States, and was never known to fail of cu- stinaU ctuet. ' ' .'
ring Fever ami ague, or any of tho above
diseases, i . ,
It is eouallv effectual for the cure of Li-
rer Comiilaiut. Jaundice. Enlargement of
the Spleen, (called Ague Cake) and the
vanous lormsoi uuious oisesse. i unr, partakes or the healtniui process, ana life,
with the other various affections of such that before appeared o6e dreary waste, be
rlimates, arising from a eommon miasmal gjn$ agaja td seem worth possessing,
cause, are only modifications of the same i Pamnhlets resoectirfs; this ValnabU
disease, and equally controlled by the jredicirYe, -tan b obtainetf of the A-ents
same remedy. . 'grati.' -,: ,. , , .
. Residents of bilious climates, emigrants i ' - ; - .tJTlO?I f 1 r
or jH-rsons traveling through Infected di. K ,hf w aN, nianTsiirIoiMprrtflraton
triets of country, will not only find Dr. 'of ,inliIar name hawked about the coun
Watson's Indian Vegetable l oiUc a safe, t d ,olJ 00 repUtation of the rep
syecujr aim irtivv.ua.
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 all authoiiied ageuts for the
sale of tha TouiO. . None genuine without
the written signature of N. F. Watson, M.
D.f on every bottle; luventor and Proj.rl-
'''r'r.E. EASTERLt. tola' General A-
gent for the Western Ststes, south-east f
corner of 3d and Chemut sirei-U, St. Loit-V
is, Mo. Price Jl per bottle. ,
i.TFersale by Mecsrs. Brown A Iunrt, j
Druggists, agents Kir Wrsw ilu. . ; I
DRi WlsTARtS BALSAM.
OF WILD CHERRY
I ri -. i
i know lettgeil uie mosi vaiuauie ukuihuu
! ever discovered. ' ' " ' "
! We do not wish to trifle with the lives
; or health of the Kfllicted, and we slncere
' ly pledge ourselves to make no assertions
! as to the virtues of thi medicine, and Id
! hold nut 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 hr works, has left indelible marks of
: adaptation and design. ...
! The constitutions of the animals and tho
' veeetablcs of the torrid are such that they
'could not endure the cold of the frigid
; tone vice versa.
i In regard to disease and its cure, the a
daplation is no less striking. The mns of
! Iceland, the wild cherry and pine of all
northern latitudes, une naisaium a. mcm-
iciil extract of theset hav long been eel
in the west, but that brings us news of the
most cheering character, which goes still
! farthcr(if more evidehce were necessary)
1 to establish the reputation of this great
i t'None can be genuine ' w ithout the
: names of Henry Wistar, M. D.f and San
' ford A Park are found upon the w ropper;
I No medicine called Syrup of Wild Cher
ry, or Wild Cherry Bitters can be relied
(upon. They may not bei.efit, btit actually
! injure the patient. ... . .
I DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF
I WILD CHERRY" is the only remedy to
which invalids should resort lor the cure
or pulmonary complaints.
fci HENRY BLAKSLEY A Co.y S. W
corner of 3d and Chesnut streets, sells the
above medicine. Price $1 per bottle; '
Sold also by
BROWN & DUNN, Warsaw,
F. A T. B. WALLACE, Clinton.
J AS. A. TUTT A Co. Calhoun
OX4 McCLAIN, Oseola,
R. J. McELHANEY,
Or Vegetable Febrifuge,
A sjxedy, tafe and certain turt for A G VF.
& FkrR, Chill-ftvtr, Vumb-Aguu
. Intermittent Fevert, nnd all the tariou
frm$ of Billion Jisea-ies. .
rpHIS aluable medicine is undoubtedly
.1 the safest and surest remedy ver dis-
, . r ku..
removiu all biorbld matter, eciualizinir
. Travellifi with the Circulation it poijrs
its healinir current through avert vein and
ni.rv r tht fiumu bodv The w fisi
fiiitm1 mtifUYfv i. IT) lift fit tinrfffiVA a t iir-
rouph radical change. Even, he mind
trtation ot trie penulnB
SMITH'S TONIC SYRt'lV ; :
; tVa therefore bejj; leavf td cauCinu ?h
fiulilie sgaiuat nnpoaition, as w caniot .
iold otlrselves responsible fov the etliprt
which may result from the ue cf spurious
articles. . . - 1 ' .
8. Corner Sd & Cheiaut t. St. Louis, .
. . , .General Afent f'rtlia H'fst,
The gfi-utTH Smith's Tonle Sy.-;pis al
so for sale bv the rtj!lers!ne.l j !-ms.
i. tliOWN A v . ', Xvsrsl-,
' i. R.'J.Wci.Lli.lNKYr -
' : . " I - TlVl.i, Mo.
and B. F. AT. U- . Al.l.ACE,
. A. T L'TT c'..V cv;:M4.,
t OX.A MtCLVlN I'.:.,