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8 A T U R 1) A Y M O II N I N G V I S I T O Ii .
J7TtMi !f 2 rtn ami-m, Cisn..
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 22.
. DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
.CBS. LEWIS t US.
. . Of Kentucky.
AUSTIN A. KING, of Ray.
FOR LICCT. GOVERNOR,
TIIOS. L. PIUCE, of Cole.
Electors for President and Vice President.
1st Dist.-J. C. WELBORN, of Pike.
2nd " A. McKlNNEY, of Randolph.
3d " E.B. EWING, of Ray.
4th " O. D. HALL, of Lafayette.
5th B. K. MASSEY, of Lawrer.ee.
6th " J. II. RELFE, or Washington.
?th " -TRUSTEN POLK, St. Louis.
Gen Z.1CMM1IY 1YI IXWT,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
.111111 HM9 FMLIjJIOISBI.
,'. OR fjOVSRNoR, ,' , i
J AS. S, ROLLINS, of Boone.
I'OR HECT. COVEKSOn.
I,. IIKNDKICK, of Greene to.
llkcfors for President end Vice President.
ft Dist.T. L. ANDERSON,of Marion
A. LEONARD, of Howard.
A. W. DO NIPIIAN, of Clay.
J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooler
CHAS. N. HANDY, of Benton.
ALVIN COOK, of C. Girardeau.
URIEL WRIGHT, of St. Louis.
C A M P'M EETI NG-S.
33"There wHI bo a Cump-mcelitig at
Point Pleasant, at the mouili of Proctor,
commencing on Friday next, the 21 h iust.
Alio on Cole Camp, 17 mile from War
iw, on the Boom illn road, commencing
August 25th. Travelling and Local
Preacher are respectfully invited In at
tend. WM. II. SCIIRCEDEIl.
July 20, 184S. P. ( .
JjfThe Fourth Qnarlsrly Meeting for;
Warsaw Circuit, which will be a Camp
meeting, will be held at Wesley Chapel,
10 rhilts north of Warsaw, commencing
on 1 9th' of August next. Travelling and
Local Preachers are affectionately invited
to attend. J. C. DERRICK,
July 20 . - C.
Tat Plot Thickens.r-Vn Monday last
the delegates from the several townships
in the qounty met' at the, Suurt-house, for
the purpose of designating who . should
he the democratic candidates for Represen
tative and Sheriff. There being three
candidates for, Representative, viz : . Col.
D. C, Ballou, Judge B. H. Emerson and
Col. John Modre, the Convention declar
ed in favor of Col. Ballou, as the nominee.
'In this connection we may es well men
tion (hat on Saturday last, Ed ward T. Ma
jor, Esq., announced himself as an inde
pendent anti-"cjucu dictation" candidate
In regard to the nomination for .Sheriff",
the Convention was not quite so success
ful. After a good deal of mancetivering
and w-irewwHiing, without being ablo to
accomplish any thing' satisfactory to any
body, the Convention broke up, leaving
all the candidates free to act as they may
ee proper in the premises. By refer
ence to our "candidates' department," it
will be seen that there is another Rich
mond in the field, making 'only six demo
cratie candidates for the office of Sheriff.
Joseph F. Taylor, whig, is also a candid
ate. -, We have heard the names of one or
tWo other individuals spoken of, but are
unable to speak "by authority" concern
ing them. We presume the candidates
themselves anticipate having "a pleasant
time of it,"' as they all expect to be the
successful and lucky man. A' few more
days will tell the story, and we will then
see what we shall see." ' '
22-L. HENDRICK, Whig can
didale for Lieut. Governor, hag an ap
pointment to address the people of this
wMiniy on Monday next at the Cotirl
hiMisr.. Go and hear him.
Tri- Weekly Union. The enterprising
proprietors of the St. Louis Union ire
making the most liberal tilers to their
Iriend in order that they extend the cir
culation of the various editions of their
widely spread sheet. We have before
noticed the terms of the Weekly they
ofi'er the Tri-Weekly to single subscribers
at $5 00 per annum, to a club of three
subscribers at to flub f four, sit
$18, to five, nl $-20, to eight, at $30, and
to a club of ten subscribers, nl !j'35, or
J 3 CO per ropy, for a mammoth Tri
Wcckly. It is unnecessary for ui to s;iy
that the Union is necr behind the fore
most in furnishing the latest intelligence of
every kind, and to those of our democrat
ic friends who wish to le put in posses
sion of the earliest news, we say send fur
the Tri-Weekly. ll in the cheapest Ta
per in the Wet. Subscription money
from clubs must accompany nil orders for
the paper.' Address L. Piekrrin Si Co.
Jj'Wchave rereicd the fourth annual
.catalogue of (he Officers and Students of
Howard High School, at Fayette, How
ard county, Mo. This Institution is un
der thecontrol of the Missouri Conference,
and is in a flourishing condition, number
ing, for the year ending on the 1 4th int.,
221 pupils viz: Male department 21 ,
Female department 100.
dCol. A. W. Doniphan, the ' Con
quer of New Mxico," was in Boston at
the Inst accounts. So sayi-otie of our ex
OSAGE RIVER ASSOCIATION.
At the last meeting of the Board of Di
rectors for the Osage River Association,
the following preamble and resolutions
were unanimously adopted :
Whereas, Erroneous impressions have
gone forth in regard to the object and de
sign of the Directors of the Osage liiver
Association, and whereas several clauses
of the law under which said Association
has been organized, have been coi.&trucd
indifferent counties, to suit the views o.'
those ersons whose only object and design
appears to have been to defeat the improve
ment of the Osage River, on the only
practicable plan which has been presented
to rhe public, and whereas, the Directors
are anxious to remove the fears and quiet
the iij prehensions of nil the rent friends ol
the improv ement of the Osage River.
Pe it fiesolvol, 1st. That lite Drcttnrs of
said Association, do not design cxeroirg
any Banking power whatever, nor have
they any Mich power under thecl.ar'.cr by
implication or construction.
2d. That it is not the design of the As
sociation to levy any toll or tax whatever,
upon any boat, raft, or cral't navigating the
3.1. That (he Directors hav e not (lie pow ¬
er (o involve any county in debt, which
in ..j invest money in the stock of the As
4th. That the Directors do not desire
individuals to lake sleek in said Associa
Rcsovid, That the foregoing preamble
and resolutions be published, and that all
newspapers 111 the state - friendly to the
improv ement of the Osage be requested to
publish the same.
The Galveston News contains the or
der of Gen Wool, for the evacuation of
Mexico by his line. We give them be
l inv :
In conformity with the treaty stipula
tions this army is required to retire to the
left bank i f the Rio Grande.
Col. Hamtramck, on the receipt of this
order, cgreeuble to previous instructions,
will put his command enroute for the Rio
Col. Butler will, as soon as practicable,
order the 3d Dragoons, the Ohio Mounted
Men, and the North Carolina Regiment of
Volunteers to Palo Alto w here ibey w ill
encamp until further orders-
The 1st Dragoons, Lieut. Col. Brapg's
Artillery, and the Kith lul'f., will be jne
pared to march at the shortest notice.
Cid. Butler will order the company of
the lOili lul l., stationed fit ,M;er, to join
the 3 companies ol that regiment at Catnar
go, when the four cumpunies w ill proceed
to Matamoras, w here they will join their
The 2d Dragoons w ill repair to Camar
go, w here they will be stationed until fur
ther orders. ' " ' , . .
The- Quarter-master' Department w ill
without delay, furnish Col. Butler with
transportations necestary to enable him (o
carry out so much of this order as applies
to the troops under his command.
The Arkansas and Texas Volunteers
will repair to Cumargo, where they will
be mustered out of service by Capt. h rank
lin Hunt, 4 its Artillery.. They w ill be
paid off by Maj. Stacy, or such other pay
master as the chief of that department may
Py Telegraph jut the St. Louis L'niun.
Washington, July 13.
Senate. Mr. King, of Ala., was duly
quulif.ed and took his seat.
The Light House bill was passed.
The Oregon bill was then taken up.
Mr. Davis of Mass., addressed (bo Senate
in favor of a compromise, unless the ques
tion was to be definitely settled forever.
On motion of Mr. Clayton, a rclect
committee of eight, lo be equally ilivideJ
in politics, and to be taken four from the
North Biid four from the South, to report
a proposition, lie, himself, was chosen
Chairman, of the Committee, receiving S3
Messrs. Atchison, Calhoun, Clark,
Phelps, and Underwood, are members of
The bill respecting the reciprocity of
the productions of the United Mates and
the Cumulus, was passed.
The bill to pay the Cherokee nation
certain claims, due them ly the U. Slates,
w as di'cusscd up to the hour of ai'jotiru
iug. House. Several l ours were rotimm
ed in useless explanations by the absent
ees at the' calling of the roll on yester
day. 1 he House then lesoivcd i'srlf into
Committee of the Whole, upon the. Civil
The debute was prolonged to a late huiir,'!
when on motion of Vr. Bolts. I
'I he House disagreed to the Senate's a- j
memlmeiil granting three months ixira 1
pay to (lie volunteers. On motion the j
House ac'joorncd. j
Washington, July 11: !
Stiiatc. After trjnsaclii g some nnim- j
portAiit business, the Senate en motion of
Mr. Dickinson, look up the bill to otab-
lish a branch Mint at New York. An'
amendment w as ufftred establishing uue at ;
Charleston, which was debuted l y Messrs ;
Nile, butler. Dix und Badger. and finally ;
adopted. The question coming up on the ;
passage of the bill and was rejected by u j
vote of 21 to 17.
U:i mot ion the Senate adjourned. i
( i;y". On motion of Mr. Ilott. the I
tni'iiaiy bill with the Senate nmetulmenl j
postponing t!ie reduction of cllicers until j
af'er the 4th of Mardi IS'lD, was taken j
up and disdissed till'thc hour of tuljouni- j
tr.ent by Messrs Jones of TcMi. Bolls, !
Pascal!, Harrison and others. j
FOKE1GN NEWS. j
FURTHER PARTICULARS liY j
Assassinations frequently oc-;
cur in the discontented quarters'
of the city, by poison Mr.l bv
secret murder. On the person!
of oi:e of the iitsurgt i.is was
found wiilten in pencil, a draft
of the decree, which il was pro-j
posed to issue, had the iiisttr-i
rection been successf.il. '
Art. 1st provides that all c it-1
izens, who at present pay over,
two hundred francs tares, shall ;
lie deprived of all civil andpo-i
litical rights for the space of
ten years. J
Article provides that all
properly belonging to any per
son, who shall have xercised
any public function since 1815,
shall le confiscated.
My article 3d the Constitu
tion of 1793-4 w as to be re-established.
The army was to be disband
ed. The estimates of the kill
ed it is found differ very widely;
it will probably amount, count
ing the loss on both sides, to fif
teen thousand persons.
Over forty thousand were en
gaged in the conflict on the part
of the insurgents alone.
We learn that Vicenza has
been returned to the Austrians.
Padua has capitulated to them
and an imperial arm)' is now
The Lombards hail been de
feated near Verona.
It is rumored that an Austri
an army had been ordered to
Miscellaneous, There had
been commenced in Spain a for
midable movement in favor of
Don Carlos. ,
Little doubt remains but that
there is an immense Russian ar
my marching on Poland toxjuell
the disturbances w hich the Po
lish patriots have caused- in-
struggling fbr liberty.
There exists now every pros
pect of a speedy termination of
the war between JJenmark and
the two German duchies of
Schleswig and Holstewi. A
new constitution for the two
duchies had been drawn tip,
which it is thought will be a
dopted. 7hc rebellious disposition
which lias lately been manifest
ed in Greece, lias been cotn
The Unties continue making
reprisals on Prussia by sea.
The departments in France
generally speakingare tranquil.
Kvery wooden leg which sup
plies I he loss of limbs lost in
battle, is a slump-h against
A negro, while undergoing an examin
ation at Northampton, Mass., was asked
if his master was a christian, replied.
"No, sir. he's a member of Congress."
Why w ill you srri tK with Fever and
Ague? Is it because some practitioner
hits exhausted hi medical skill in ti entins
your ease, without eflecting a cure? Or
are you discouraged from repeated litil
vri s with n.uininc, er other violent reir.e
i!i(s. administered in the form of ills V
If so. lim e iniincdi;,to recourse to the u-e
ef ''Smith's Tunic Syrvp or Vcyt lcblf tb
rifwjf)" which insures speedy relict', w ith
out entailing tip on the system the Ague
Cake. tJeneial Dei ungcniciits, Ac,
You vvili find at liiow n A. Duiim's.
I'r, " i-iur'x lliluim Will Cherry.
This celebrated remedy is a compound
balsamic preparation of w ild cherry bttik
and moss of Jet laud, combined ly a new
chemical process with the cxtrnet of pine.
So salutary have been its ethers in a lea
ses when admini-dred lor coughs, p.sthma,
e.onsuui tioiis, or any (list a.-e of the lungs,
that many of 'he most distinguished phy
sicians have approved and recommended
it, mid openly acknowledged h the most
valuable medicine ever discovered. It is
truly a vahmhic iiieilio-ne, ami is el'.'i ctiiu;
an immense amount of pood in the relief
of suffering lrimauity. Always t he had
i f I'mnWX i M '.N.
Ttn Heuiuns fur using Dr. I'.ra'g Su-
rji7r-('oolct Tills.-- 1 t. lit eau-.c they are
highly pleasant and I'irrccable to thn t:-.s!c.
d. lSernuse they arc compose.! i f pur. - j
ly vt gi-tahh; substances, ;,nd contain no
thing the host i 1 1 j t . i : us lo l!ie p'nvscalj
.'d. r.ccaitso their ingredients aie so ad
mirably combined lli.it they aot like a
charm on a 1 kinds id' fevers.
Sth. Jlecausc they arc nature's own pie
scri: tion, and art in perfect huiuiuny with
her established laws.
itli. Because every person who has u
sed them once wiil lake no other medicine.
(itli. Ill-cause they ec! upon the v ital or
gans, and aru always efficacious in produ
cing healthy sccrctinim, and are full of
?tii. JJecause they cleanse the blood from
all impurities, and restore it to its natural
character and eiiculatiou.
Mb. Jiecause they aie approved of, and
used in their practice, by many of the best
physicians in the Southern and western
!hli. Because if you make use of bis
Tunic l'illa for tlio cure of the fever and
Bitue, you have no need of any other, for
it cfiectually prevents a recurrence of the
lOlh. Dccause they arc recommended for
the cure of no disease but those they are
most certain to cure; and because ninety
other good reasons might be given why
they should be used above all others vv hicli
are now recommended to the public.
For sale by
Eli O WX A I) UXX, Warsaw.
See Dr. Hra.eig' advertisement in anoth
Candidates. 1 fit'iai-(iisciit.
We are authorized to announce JAMES
WINSTON, Esi.,of Iientoii county, as a
enmlidate J'or' Congress in this Congres
sional District. mayo'
AVe are authorized to announce Co,
JOHN MOORE as a candidate for Repre
sentative of IJenton county, at the ensu
ing August election. mnyl3
We are authorized to announce RUHR
II. EMERSON as a candidate for Ileure
Kentative of Benton county at the ensuing
August election. , marl a
t J" We are authorized to announce VM,
J. MAYO, Esq., as a candidate for Circuit
Attorney for the 7th Judicial District, com
posed of the counties of Benton, Hickory,
Dallas, Folk, Cedar, St. Clair and Henry.
We are authorized to announce MARK
L. MEANS, Esq.. as a candidate for Cir
cuit Attorney for the 7tli Judicial district,
composed of the counties of IJenton, Hick
ory, Dallas, Folk, Cedar, St. Clair and
We arc authorized to announce JOSH
UA W. WEST as a candidate for the of
fice of Sheriff of Benton county, at the
ensuing August election. july2
r '"We are nufhoiized to announce JAS.
M. in.AK EY, Jr., as a candidate lor the
ollice of Sherilf of Benton county, at the
ensuing August election suhjt ct to the
decision of the whole people at the polls.
We are authorized to announce HEN
RY V. BURNS as it candidate for the of
flice of Sheriff ol Benton county, at the
ensuing August election. apli9-tde .
''' We are authorized to announce A
BRAHAM SAI.I.EY, ns a candidate for
the ollice of Sherifl of Retiton county, at
the ensuing August election. aprill.
57"7"Ye areanlhnrized to announce Col.
JOHN HOLLO WAY as a candidate Tor
the office' of Sherilf of l'enton co'intv, tit
the ensuing August election. mar4
J'i'We lire authorized to announce the
name ol JAMES W. HAWKINS as a
candidate for Sheriff of Ben ton county, at
the ensuing August clcc'ion.
1011 C ON'STA HI.K.'
"'. We are authorized to announce Wn.
1 1 am H. Kj.t: as a candidate for Constable
of I.indsey Township at the euUiing Au
gust election. ' niai-Jj
lYolice lo Hands.
1 ERSONS applying for work in the -siivjo
River, will be required It furnish
their own blanket for sle ping. julv Ci
"''The Springfield Advertiser publish
f-r one mouth, and forw ard account to
Win. Waldo. Osi U.
NOTICT. is herchypivenlh.it the nn
der'ignpil bus (il)iniiio(l from tin .ludye
of fhp Frolmte CtMi-t of M.irtrin ( iriiitv.
let'ers of nduiinN'i ii'i.in on tin- i sale d
James Walker, ilccM., lieariuir date the
2tth eay of May. 1 S 18.
All persons liavimt ehtiins against sn il
estate, pre liereby notilied to present them
for allow ::n'M" within om year from tde
date of said letters, or they nuiy pre
eluded from hav'nir eny In lie tit of said es
tn le. ami if such claims ore not pre si nt -d
within three veirs. tiirv w ill lie lorever
'JABE7. Will i i:. Hd.n'r.
j'.ily-J 2 ::i--2, of J:is. Walker, i'.. cVi.
lit f!tr. SSnvj Cirevit oust.
OCTOIT.!; 'I i:r..! 1K1-:.
Hi.s i:r IH nti.v
i s. . 1'elitii.ii lei- I.'iv.n ee.
I-.nii IIimii.v. S
TO hi Til HI WIT. V:
Ylll' are hereby net-Hed Ih-it H.-nry
S JI::ntly has fi'ei! Ii., pi) ii ii im vaiv
tion of the Henry I'ire n't C,.ui. til- i l
jeel ;iiid :enei:il nafiiie of v. h:c'.i i- lo ob.
mill a divorce trim 1 i'e lo'ii! i f :nii! , i -uionv
enntriieted with you: -,v unless
von l.e and apree.r hef'.re tin- ,!:.(!! ol eor
Henry C'ireuii Coti, en the fist -,- t,,.
nest t.T.n ol ;i i.i Con rt . i l.-c iiiijilcn in lie
to'.vn of Hintoii, in the i'i tn tv (f 1 d h v
and Stato aforesaid, on the lit 1: Mt.n.tov
alter llie louitli Monday in nil..-r
noi, and answer said bill, the sjim- will
be taken as eouli ssed .
F. A. FINEM.I.. ('!'k.
j'ilvi- St -2- i f IN-nrv ('.
p EMAlNIXt: in the Fn.st tltiiee i i Wm
il saw, Mo. on the 1st day of Julv, lb-l . '..
Allison Lurch Acock .las J)
AngliMi Aden .u:hr-o!i Sand
:.dleV (i.lhrl. l
JJieshears Win C 2 Jlrown J.me Mrs
Jl..::zill John Rlaek bert
lio .viiK.n J.iiidi y U'aki nun e i. T
Cox Areh'd ( arignri Chubnm
Chuiion Uenj Camplitl! N
Cock (Jeo (J ('alien J allies
Cainpliii Stephen Curd R S
or Mr Diileiiluni Cox Iviw ar l
Dentist Cuthberiy Dawson Jesse
Douglass II C Dobkius Hugh
Dane C C
Firrd Jatne l'allef.stine C 1J
Feasler Levi Fisher II C
Foster Vm P Foster Ii D
(j.itewood or Mrs t.'iinn Jotl U
I.epere Cenlry Scwcil
Harper V A ) Toper (.leu
Harris Win Muse Nathan
Harris Giles Henderson Mary
Hicks Mr Hart Ambrose
Johnson V Jordoii Lemuel
Johnson John II Johnson John
Kimmel Martin I.ce Nancy Mrs
Morgan Levi Miller Henry
McHroom Ym Morrow Robt 2
MtFurland A B ' May John V
Moon M I Manough M
Neal Tims Owborn Stephen :
Parker Ilez Rosevelt A
Smith J E Smith Christian
Smith fieo It Smith J 13
Stuart P Y Shepherd Joel
Thurinan Jas F Vaughan L
Wright Sampson West Isaiah
Webber M A Miss' Waddell W
Wutson U J St Co Walls Wm
,11. tEONAUD, T. M.
juiJ8-8lLi .. ;;
Orersous calling for any of the above
letters, will please say "adrertiifd." .
in the Henry Circuit Court,
MAY TERM, 1843.
A. M. Tuit, Plaintiff, )
NOW at this day cornel the plaintiff by
hi , attorney, and it appearing to the
Court that the said defendant ha not been
summoned, and that he docs not appear at
the return term of said w rit to defend this
suit. It is therefore ordered by fh Court,
on motion of the said plaintiff's attorney,
that a publication bo made, notifying the
said defendant that suit has bfren commen
ced against him in this Ccurt by An action
Of assumpsit for the uin of Thirty-Ave-Dollars:
and that his property hasbesu
attached, and that unless he be and appeal
here at the next term of this Court. ni )
on or before the third day,. plead or other
wise defend said suit, judement will bo
rendered against him, and hfs property
sold to satisfy tlyj same wittt ffamlrei and ,
costs of suit. And it is fnrth'er'Vaered;
that this notice be published in 6&e fie'-
paper printed in this State for four weeks
successively, the last insertion to. beat
least four weeks before the next term of
this court. A copy tpMi. -1 , ni ,;,
F. A. PIN.NELL,CFk. t b
jnly -lt -25 . ... !-Vt
'. ttrae?8 Pills Triumphant!
Further EvUkncf-brtat Excitement and '
Panic omonist ticCalomcl Doctor-Hf
uslrous cmucqncnrc of the lue of Min
erul McdMnn- Timely intervention of
Lflian (jtteM Vegetable Sugar Caate'd '
fills to .tare a it-hole neighborhobd from
"'' rovie of that fell desiroyrr,'
Theasr, in the forms of Ague,' tlllioy;
m gvs-l ive ami Typhvt Fcveri-llleitt
and he ennvLtcrd! ' ! ' ' '
Ya.v Bi-rin, Ark, April 15, 181.-).-L'k,
BnAt.ti- I), ar Sir: During the past:
summer find fall, the various forms of Id!'
ions l ever wete very prevalent and often
fata! in this section ,f country. Our wor
thy tioiit-'-ueh physicians, puffed up with
pride and vati conceit. Demisted in their
iintiuiiited practice with that universal
panacea., calomel, with such unbounded
success, thai one or two, panic-struck,
scampered oil' and left their patients with
nature and h -r ineffectual ciiorts to repair
the t,.isehie tii,.v had done. In one fam
ily, four cases resulted in death, in thi
shi i t spaco of lour days : in some cases
tunc er four days a'ter llie exhibition of
raioiiK I. .ureal prustrafion. tympanitic eon
ii:iou i.f Hie nbd noeii. anil ncrfnroiim, ..r
1 the bowels were the result of this heroio
! t.-ei'meiif, and t nr.. veil so to tbeir wecp
' in? tiietiils. n .i,,i mortem examination
! w ould reveal the (act. A iter finding their '
! piaetiee altnuetli, r i.ietlWtual, thev ramo
to t o- wise ci.-n-l isnm fn e-ive no medicine
I "i '"it eoiifimi- to visit their patients,.
.11.1 01. .ci .1 r. :i as ti ur nit, and a
pi-i'l; ci.- f 1!,,. mi -ne 11 ji'ied 'o the bowels ;
V'i: '" ' 'i" "' mbc look, and littlo
bii h. . he;i-ts f .t . .if -i 'ipi-clipusien. ther
e oultl e. u'. s 'otbetr ' 1 ndsthr-irfui! pom.
fnleiire in the n ini r im of blisters from
j 1,1 l"i lo loot - V,.U f;,;iv .,.sS (. -,.slf,
! !n Ibi diieii.i m hiui , pis;, eonst'Ttin- .
j tion. one of yur I . a ' ' -ilii-g asmts passed
1 '' nh our i.eiirblt. ?: -.!. and made lili
j ernl de: o.sit. s rfyour vf;i" ;iblf medicines,
1 I'lid liisir tinted ; ampblrtN, und the "Sun,"
i to shed n c-iiini nod Ii - i n ..-t lifrlit ,...
j ibN ti itlitt .', end ;pp.,ently cievo
jt.diainl. '1 hi? iiein.iii ,.,t tiMbe Chil
j di f n ol l ire!, in ;!,p iid, rness, was not
I hailed with nnue hearty thanks than were
.jour heabii-usiioiotr 1'iils in this awful,
. eti-ls. 'Hie. peop'c w-rre prepared to re
iceivu them, or any tiling that promised
, tlietn relief from their apparently impend
j int' fate. I have wnie'-ed their progress,
j and the effects they produced in hundreds
I of ea.es and nm beppy lo give my feeble
testimony to their entire and triumphant
j elVienry, in restoring health in a ftw days,'
; iii rrrri i'i!fi:;:iv, win n I'ney have been
I ...1-: 1 ; . . . ' . .
... miit.-, i.iei in smci accoriiance to
dueetions. Some of our physicians,1"
w hose love of truth pud philanthropy tri
umphed over prejudices and preconeeived.
theories, Inive cheerfully abandoned their .;
calomel and lancet, ami recommended t
your pills in all eases of bilious, intermit..'.'
tens remittent, congestive and typhus fe- ':
vers; and they freely hiiow ledge' that '
they are almost a specific in nil these (its'-1
uses. Your travelling agent is anxious
ly linked for ai'uin, as many of your a
gents nre out of pills, and the sickly .sea- .
son is approaching. , . - .
With best wishes for your sucrosi,
I am Irulv vours. ' '
IVr sale, w holesale and retail, at the
MISSUUKI COM.KGE OF HEALTH,
Xo. 51 , North 3d street, Louis. : ; .. ..
Tor sale by BR 0 WX D UXX, Warsaw. '
' ANo, by Ci. W Hives and J W Bin!,' '
llenlon Citunty; A C Moore, J W Filler &
Leacbman, lioliearf J Price, John
Jones, W Montgomery, Williams A Peak ;
and Heed llenm tt, Hufjalo; 8 R Roberts, ,
7'ciV; Waldo & McCulfoch, Ottaia; R Pat
terson, Dallas P ().; C Humes, Pleasani ,.
Prairie; Daniel Darby, Pittsburgh. "r "'
First and Last Call!' """""
ILL those having uotes or accounts Villi '
us due prior to the first dy of January
last, are hereby notified that unless imme- :
diate payment is made, such notes and aev
counts will be placed in tha aauds of the '
proper olUeer for collection. V mean '
just what we say we want money and "
m-ist have it. , ' ,,'':' . "
june24 BROWN i DUNN." n
'''- 1 .i 1 .
Administrator's' Notice.'' ' v
OTICE is hereby given , that th iinderi'
signed has Detained rom the Clerk f '
the Benton County Court,' Letters it Ai-r-ministration
with the will annexed, on the
estate of Joshua Graham, deo'd., bearing ;
date the 18th day of May, J849. , ,
All persons havifif claims against iiaiit';
estate are hereby notified to exhibit them,
for allowance within on year from1 the"
date of said Letters, or they may ba pro-1''
eluded from having any benefit of said es-i
tate, and if such claims be not presented '
within three years, they will be forever i
burred. . . , 1
n V.. If. TABER, AdiVr
juueil 31-21 with the will anurxed.-