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"POUND of tins' com
.'baay is almost lito
rally -it tulphate ol
ftrsapariiia, ' bo
is it that the rlote in
but the half of a re
ry mv.U tea spoonful,
while tlm dose ol
that which tt!M t'ri lurge bottles nearly a
trine gkffyfi. (. Jnofjilition tu Sarsopariila.
it' contains a powerful concentration of
.viannraKetfueeh's uetignt, loiter, lei
lov TJOfckj (fuiactltri'and other important
meflitameiitswhith an; not round in any
other preparafibh. " ' " ' "
,'Tne Qnceh's'DelighL which forin an
rwchtftii ihgyediciit in the OrtrTenbera;
Sah'flpttrillaiJornpoundJ'iW probably stipe-"
riottySarsnparilhi itself.' Professor Frost,
of Charleston,' S.C, spraks of it as fal
lows,' In the Southern Jonrnatof Medicine
nrid' PHarm'acyV" "Few Vegetable produtJ-exhibit-more
power upon the system
generally." 'So powerfully is its action ex
erted upon the capillary and soori'linij ves
sels, in chanting their morbid slate or con
ditions nnd disuosin"' them to a new and
healthy action,, that it is greatly to he prc-
Irre.d,'.A.c, ic. lie Inrtlii-r a,lu -mat
i' is id chronic, diseases and chronic in
I'.ammation, and also in the lour; tra'n'of
consequences that follows syphilis, t li tit it
I flicoxsy is -best exhibited."
The superiority of the (Jrirtcnbersr Sar
Riipafllla"Oathpi;tnd may he stated thus :
l, lt is rompquiirled of a number o1' th.'
most rll'ir'a clous veeefahles in the w hob
vaikfe of the materia , mrdira in addition
'2. These are so highly concentrated that
(hi re are so many more doses in th,e bottle
than in afrV of the very larg-st bottles iv
ei- advertised.-.--: , '
This concentration renders it to S -.r-sapariila
what itiiiiine is to P'-ruvinn bilk.
The more rfilu'ft d pri -pn rations are no brt
trr than ordinary nwit beer, som-in on tin.1
tomnrh and spnilin? in t in b.-ittD. To
use a weak inrmrtaif of Snrs-ripnr'i'a when
;i sulohate ul lthe,:ir',ii-!e may be had is
' Ke tiiUin-' ha.-k insti-nd "I ipilniti'-, or like
v.wvellimr hi al'sl,ot iiyiinit a strong c urn-tit
instead of in IV swift steamer.
'1 Ik-s thlturi Initio so, let I'll who have
made up their miiuls to use any Sarsapa-.
illla, use that of,thf; ( ra-fen'd i r Cnmpn
lv. . , It is warranted Idle ten times
other know ii ;
no matter how
buttle, or extra v.
Mi:l)!CrXKS, Ih.i Ci-a-h-nbci-v Vegetable
l'ills. TV- CrHtfiMiVi-.; H -n:t;i I' tleis, and
the (! i:'eilie i.jr Sa. ii-iri;! i C.ii.i;hi in I
. s'muld supersede nil n'hrt-.s Pin-universal
use lift l"iHs ju d li tters arc of im-a!-enlabli-fVjfiijri
j'hoso ivlui t.-.l.e t'aom
need , not, li ar the eue lilting t-:ieei. of
t unmu-r whieh i.s il hand.
;i'he Ceiij-ral Ayent lor .";istHi!-i. i- 11.
K.' Wi'l(iI)V.ni). Sf. I.oui-. n wl.oiii
iiIp!i-utioti lur ii.-neies may he n'l.!:e:.s-
" ' ' ' 1 v.i)v f) nrvTo; vee'v.
Sew' Y..ik,'j -ne'l M 5.
' Tl,ie fibovive.eh-T'rated mi liicinc.-i are
f i- sale at Vai s:i Ii e
si'ATfor Missoru!. )
Coi'Ni ot-'lnAlu.--'. V
l'-t Hit Cticuii i'uu(, ..)li;i ri h
at, IS tii.
llAMC 1,1- Mlli,-i(:l'lll, )
VsMll'ipsit -V. 1 it of
V'JW I'tthis day eoines the said idaiu'i.T
!t hy nttoriiey, mid it r. j eatin-.' In m 1 1, e
Mierill's 'return in this ease, that the said
delenda.nt eaiiiiot 1J sutittiioni-d, O'.d tl.-ts(
lii J property has t'len httr.chid. There
lore it ijl orileicd'hy the i nit line, lli:;!
Nn ill deli lidaiit be notified that the said
plaintiff hath renimenei d nn action of as
mimpditBgnriisM liiu for t!ic slim of Two
Iltuidrdd iuk( fifterp Dollars and st veuty
loiir cents, ,(.fl-lo 71:) tint hi pivp-rrty
has beeu attached ta satisfy the same, and
that unless he he' nid appear before tnis
t'ouit 'nt iHtf''teV .term, to he lieym ami
helJ .n.t;1 the. Court lei;se i,i the City of
Wajsavv;, to, We'iiluYi cmtufy , n tl e mci i ,
di'ilnj '5e'pt'c,uih('r tu-:;'. nnd within
the first tlirtii itaVs of said iv k: t. rm, plead
to the cfioij. V;t 'said j laiii'.iH', judctiirnt
'JU fcf lendercil' against h'l.i, and hipin-pert-wiif
be sold tu sa'ify thi- same;
Artil ifs further ordered, that a ropy of
thiii ordi?J bp published in some newspaper
prlfited in this State fnr four weeks succes
sively, jjie last p.iblica fion thereof tt l at
'least (okf Iwveks before the commence
ment of said next term. A true copv.
7 ItriWJ.-KIsiior: (JierU.
' inn '--v i t . '
, I . cn Y4,fi . I PI 1 r 9 5
si'TR'brXii?sot' it i7
Couxtt pr'Hf STOV. .
latieXirw'iVmtrt.'Mirft, term, 1848.
James M.lWlrite, S
Lambert P. Ayrps, .( Assim ,ps;twr;t of
t harles sAVhjtp, AlliU,hlUL.llt
William P." mitb.. J
NOV stjtlu's !iv t-iime (lie sail plaint iffs
bt'tlr attorney, and it appearing
front the 'Sherffl 's return on the writ issu
ed in this cse.'tbat the said defendant
cannot be siimniond, and that his proper
ty hal W(y'i Huirhed. . Therefore it Is or
dered ttt ief4idjlfentlaiit be notified,
that tne aia'plaTiitifTs linve roniureiicfed an
liction oiltiuipsit nsiiiiist him or the
sum of liiawliiirt'd amU'ifty-dollars and
twwkV'tiyle,Rf,ntii(,('S4.') 1 5Jo,)'tbt hin pros
ncrty ha been attached ( and that union
lie b and, apt) a before this court l Ihe
nell'f'frn",rfo'bfcRbegnn and 1ield at the
Curtt(oiiiiki ltie City of' ll arsaw, tn
ksito ttoblity.otf the second Monday in
iMptembetf fcWt,fend plead to the action
of said plaintiffs within the first three days
of said next terii J judgment will be ren
dered against Jiim. and his property olJ
to satiny the' falrib'. ' '
And if Ufurtlierrdcreil, that ' copy of
thisornero plibHsrtied in sohie newspaper
printed in this itate, for four week iuc
cessiTtiy, t1fe;1dst publication thereof to
ba ai'lMt!fdMr ,''''' before' aaid 'next
term. "Aw copy:'
J Junt2i-4Wi" -di u
1 1 .... I
STATE OF MISSOURI, ) (& :
i ('odwtt op Bestow. '. :l
In the Circuit Court, March term, 1848,
.tons B. V,oht, ) Assllmpsitwr(t of
NOW at this day comes the sat.l plaintifT,
by Ids attorney, and it ap,earin to
Uourt from the Shei ifT's return on the writ
issued In this case, that the said defend
ant cannot be summoned. Therefore it
is ordered that the said defendant he linti
5ed that the said plnintill hath commefic
td an action o) as. umpsit against him for
the sum or Seven Hundred and thirty dol
lars and cents, ($731) ,) nnd sued
out a writ of attachment against his prop
erty, ami Mat his property lias been at
tached ; and that unless he be ami appear
before this court at the next term, to be"
besrun and held at the Court-house in the
City of Warsaw, irf Benton county, on the
second Monday in September next, and
anwer the complaint of aid plaintiff with
in the (ir-t three days of said term, if the
sam" shall so ion;; continue, and if not,
then before tho end of said next term, a
judgment will be rendf rcd aaainst him, fur
the said debt and costs, 4ld his propeity
sold to satisfy the same.
And it is further ordered that fl copy of
this order he published in some newspaper
pr n!fd in this State for four weeks suc
cessively, the last puMication thereof to
be at hast four weeks before said next
teiin. A true copy:
tiios. j. insiior, ( rfc.
.Medicated Sfrensfficmns Waster
FJMIIS plaster l.ns been pre pned under
8 the immediate, eye and superintend
ence of an old physician, w li i is a gradu
ate of the University of Pennsylvania,
t'.r.-l has had extensive practice fur more
than Mil veins in trea-ing the vario is dis
eases incident in this country. He confi
dently recommends thU Plaster, from a
thorough kn iwli de of its virtues, to he
su; ei inr to every Pla.-ti r now in use. liy
ki't-pintr up n gentle perspiration, it is ad
mirably adapted fof Pains or Weakness
in the lb east, Side, Hack or Limb-.; also,
firtthe Gout, Ilheumatisni, Enlargement
of lie Splcn, I.iver Complain! and Dys
pepsia, and for Couchs, Colds, Aslh.ua,
1 il:'.i ulty of rrrnthintr. Oppression of the
Stomach, i',c. 'J o all persons predisposed
to C.iiistMi ti.in.-or who are subject to vi
olin: eo.isriis -. nd ( "Ms. they arc part'eular
ly recommended- I'.slhey gi v e a Imosl im
luedintc reiief, tin ! for pleasantness, safe,
ly. ense and eeilaiiily, Ihev are decidedly
mi; c.'ior to most Oiber remedies.
Persons nl'.Vu-ted with any of the above
ilistase.s w i'l I'li-l Dr. 'a..ter!y 's Medica
fed Streii-.th' tiiog Piaster much superior
to imy o'.hi-r ever b-Tore H.'iVred to toe pub
!ie. I"!iy sici.ius, dri'.-;t;its nnd dealer.; in
Medicines, :!1 find it to their interest to
S.eep a suj j ly i,i these valuable P'a-tirs
en hai'd to rcei ni'iiedate thejj- j -,itr.,ns,
I er saie, v. ho'esa'.e and retail, at the
r.Ji-duNi! Depot of Dr. E. Liisterly, south
i eerii e r of 3d and Chesntit streets, St.
I.-'-uis, Mo., and by agents throuhoi j the
V.'i-sti rn States. ap!L'.'
Por sale by lb-own ,t Dunn, iJiug
gisf, nnriits for Warsaw, Mo.
l.T, piisens iiitere-led in t!;e estate of
- V Washington C. Walton, d.-e'd., late of
Pulaski County, are hen by notified that
the umlersiu'iie.l will apply at the next Au
gust term of (he Cou--1y Court for said
county, for a final settlement of my oiliiiin-i.-.tratiou
of said esUto.
.1. N. II. I ODSON", Adm'r.
lulled l--)t-u'l de bonis lorn of sai I est.
JVc 'i .'Irrivuts from
VWininlivA nitel 9. f.o-.ti-.
tTEhavejast icc'd. from Pliiladelphia
and St. Louis, a fresh and w ell assort
ed stmk of COODS, which we respect
fully solicit the people of tautou county
ami f'nuth-wesl Missmui generally toca.l
nnd exir.oine. '1 hey were purchased low,
imd will he sold veiy cheap, consisting of
10 U ips besi Rio CofliT, 10 Hiids. Supir,
b bb!s Molas-es, 500 lbs. com. A best
' loaf Viiirar, Whiskey, frandy,
Port Wine, com. & fine, Mai-"
aifii A Madeira do., sack
,"&bbl SALT, Uun
powder, Imp. &
Y II TEAS',
Indigo, madder, alum,
copperas, saleralus, rosin,
brimstone, sp,t tallow candles,
Window glass tall sir.es,) powder,
lead, shot, nails, iron, castings, cotton
yarns, linseed & castor oils, white lead, c.
A general uVsortmeld of
HARDWAHE & QL"EEN$VARrV
I'alin Icuf, Hiilla'id, Phiuina, Russia, liea
' ver. Fur anil Wool Huts, all qu ililic-s;
BOOTS & SHOES, a npler'dnl stovki
''"'' Prints, enssimcfes, cloths, sattinet's,
Janes, all kinds ; Gents and boys s immer
wear, a large lot of heavy Domestics
besides fashionable bonds, lawhs, alpacas,
jaconets, cambrics, it almost every thing
else, which they think are worthy the at
tention of Ihe community. -EVEKEIT
htthe Square Top Frame.
jJWiuVune 17,1848, :,
5 N. U. We purchase almost every
description of produce, E. & A.
, ' v ?'' "" " T
Heady Matle Clolliuig.
C(?) DOZ Sutnme Coats Pants A Vests,
.-ww for sale fit what the cloth costs (nro
kingtbiowuiu.) IJuneU , IJ. A S.
IOOKING-GLASSCS-Of all siies,
i from 10 cents to tjaj 00, for sal by'
j.inr3 ; ; ULNNETT& SHKPARlV.
VjOTICE is hereby given to all credit
ors and others ihtcresteil in the estate
of John Dean, dee'd., that at the next Ju
ly term of the Bento County Court, wo
will ninko application for a final settle
ment of our administration of said estate.
. JACOB II. DEAN,
2,(300 SACKS (vreund alum Sail, very
large t;nd full, for sale cheap by 11. &. S.
"I KHt TLA ND TO BA CCO. 10 boxes of
B t!ii riomilsir Tnbner.o inst hinded from
the Wa ve'' for sale b v
junrl? H. & SIIF.PARn.
I'E baj e n splendid assortment fur sale
H lower than ever before by
jut.el7 . & SllCrARD.
1G Lbs. of Sugar or $1!
ll'E aio selling Ihc besf quality of Su
gar, much better than n'y other store
in Warsaw, at the above late. And fur-
thermore, v c don't put the price down on
one article aim mnKC i up on oineis, uui
'sell every tiling rl.-e in our line as cheap
j in proportion as we d j sugar. Don't for
, frt-1 this fact, but come and let us proc it
j.iiiei; JP.ENN KTT fi SHEPAtlD.
SCYTHES. Crain, (Jrass and liriisli
Sejllu's, Knead Mid seylhe stones, fur
sale cliei.p for cash ly 13. & S.
OF UK A L EST A TC.
I Y virtue and in pursuance T an or 'of
f the Cniuty Court of Benton coun
ty, 1 will sell to Ihc highest bidder, on a
credit of si v months, nt the Court-ho'iso
door, in the City of Warsaw, on the first
day of the next term of Ihe County Court
ol dentou county. In be begun and held at
Ihe Oouit-iionso, in the City of Warsaw,
on the fouitli Monday in July, next, sa'e
I to lake place while Ihe Court is in scssi.m,
the following described town lots, belong
ing to the estate of .lames A. Davis,
dee'd. ? to wit : part of Dot No. 1, in bloc's
No. 8, fionling -2') feet on Main street, and
runtrna back I'M feet also all the rih',
title and interest which the unit! deceased
has in and to Let No. 1, in block No. 11.
The purchaser will be required to give
bond wiih. approved security.
EU i, A 1 I ) i . JIAJIIII, Adm r.
of est. of. J. A. Davis, ikc'd.
kT OTICE is hereby si veil that the un-
iN ders'eel, irtiardian of Hcuben T
l.ijidsHv. w ill npplv i.t the next August
term of the Henry County Court, for u fi
nal sett h ment of my accounts as guardian
ol san! !.iil)on I . I, in Isav.
JA MES LINDSAY, guardian.
SjI m in islrtilorn Sale
O F ll K A L KSTATR.
Y viiliie end in pursuance of an order
SS of the ''onnty Court of Benton coun
ty, I w ill sell to (he highest bidder, for
cash in hand, at the Court-house door, in
the City of Warsaw, on the first dav of
the next tei in n the County Court of 7en
t ui count , to be begun and held nt the
Court-house, in the City of Warsaw, on
the l'ouith Monday in July next, sale to
take place nhiiethe Courtis iti session.
the lol'ow ing described tow n lets, hel me
inu: to the estate of John II. Wilson.
dee'd., to wit: Lot No. 'A, in block No. CJ,
niso J.H iu. O, in litoelv ,"o.
W. EILLBUCK, Adm'r.
1 'itial Sctllemcr.t.
4 LL pers.ms interested m the estate of
a a John II. Wilson, dee'd., late i f Ben
ton county, ere hereby notified that the un
dersigned will- apply at the next July
term of the county court for said county,
for a f'li'al .settlement of bis administra
tion of .said estate.
W. KII.LUUCK, Adm'r.
jutif 10 4t 19
STATE OF MISSOURI,
Con k -ry ok Eatis
7m the Hate Circuit Court, Jlpril 7Vri,
Geoiiuc Doic lass, "j
I . J Petition to foreclose
Jamts Mourns. i f a mortgage.
Sarah A Moanis.J
NOW at Ibis day comes the said plain
till', and files herein his petion to lore.
close Ihe mortsace executed by the said
delemliiiits herein, to the seid plaintill, for
South-west quarter of section o. thir
teen, (13,) township tin. forty, (40) and
range No. twenty-nine, nlno a copy
of said mortgage to secure to the said
plaintill' the sum of Three Hundred and
twenty five, dollars cighty-sevenf cents,
($o2.r K7,)with accruing interest nsshuwii
by o bond executed by the said Morris,
and payable to the plaiutiir, bearing even
date with said mortgage, and dated the
l.'ith day of Ji.ly, 1813. And the said
pluintitf also files herein an affidavit sta
tins that the said defendants are not resi
dents of, nor residing within this Stale.
Thcrrforc, 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
Coirrf-hduse at Papinville, in Bates coun
ty, on the first Monday after the fouith
Monday itf Scpjember next, nnd answer
said petition, or judgment will be render
ed ftrainst them on said bond, and the
mortgaged premises sold tn satisfy said
debt, danmges and costs aforesaid. And
it is further ordered that a Cwpy of thi
order be published in some newspaper
printed In (hi State, fur eight week suc
cessively, the last insertion to be at least
four weeks befote the first day cf the next
term ol this Court. - "
"Attest ft true copv:
F. DA It ROWS, Clcrlsv
Juuc3 St lS-rrrs. fee 13 60.' ;
BOOTS A, SHOES. We have orihand
the largest assortment ol Boots and
Shoes in Warsaw amoiicr them are Calf.
Kip, Seal nnd thick Boots men's Calf,
Morocco, Kip and Illicit hhoes-Ladies'
Gaiter and Morocco Boots, half gaiter;
kid, calf and kip Shoes, kid, calf and seal
Slippers, kid and calf Buskins, Misses'
goat and seal Shoes and Slippers, Boys'
coarse and kip Shoes, Children's seal,
morocco, calf and gaiter Siloes, &c, ,Vc.
all for sale cheap bv
juncJ BENNETT . SHEPA11D.
ORtt'S CUFFS F.
J E have now a lot on band, and will
be supplied throughout the season,
with this celebrated Cheese.
junc3 BENNETT Jt STIEPAUD.
( a OSIN, Turpentine, Sunt! and Tobnc
E ft co, for sale by B. K DUNN.
Who wants Tar Now ?
A Bids. North Carolina Tar. just land
s' ed from St. Louis Oak. for sale bv
j.inW BENNETT &.SIIEPAUD.
For Family Use.
f Bills', best Cider Vinegar, 5 An. No. 1
? nnd -2 Mackerel, 10 tin N. O and Sugar
bouse Molasses, 10,0 )') Lbs. best Spring
P.iver Fltiur, for sale'by B. : S.
More Soft Hats!
cjy DOZEN .Monterey Hats of Ihc softest
kind, jus! rer"tl per Oak, by
jutien BENNE 1"T A S1IEPAP.D.
filiX. in the ,!nrt tulfttiftj!
Truth ii Siranncr thun Fiction!
OAS j.iit received per strainers Light
. loot, St. Louis Oak A Wave, alare.
ami fpleudid asstrrtiiiciit of
Dry .oodsnncl Crocxiits,
rompiising every erticle conducive to the
interest and comlortof a thriving people,
all of which is submitted lo the inspection
of the public, w it h a promise of selling at
a very small advance, and at prices far
more reanstmtible than heretofore exhib
ited by any house in Warsaw, wheth
er (hey sell ut cost, or sell lower than nth--
rs tin, that promise to sell at cost. My
mutt') being t:Chenp for C;.vi and quick
S,il,:s," will give ine an advantage over
my neighbors, not likely to be attained by
others. My supplies are constantly arri
ving, nnd will continue at intervals through
the entire season.
My constant aim being to promote the
interests of the people generally, ami save
them of an arduous and laborious trip to
Ihe Missouri river, for their supplies ; in
view of this, I have matlo my arrange
incuts tu firaish the entire South-west
Salt, Iron, Sugar and Coffee,
in exchange for the products of the cnnn
fjy, and will be most be most happy, from
this time forward, if all all merchants, tn
rov'f to Buonvillo, would give me a cull
and examine my stock thoroughly.
Warsaw, May 7, IS is.
AM) STIFF FA TIC It!
"SJERSt. Louis Oak and Wave, sund
1. ries as below, which I oiler low, lo
make loom for what is coming by next
boat Saleralus, lire, 'sugar, coll'ce, nails,
madder, indigo, molasses, peppermint A
bitters, Spanish brown, brooms, buckets,
soap, t ibaceo, candles, candy, almonds,
figs, crackers, allspice, mackerel, c. Hon
yarn, tubs, scythes and sickles, sVC, &e.t
all for sale iow at No. IG.
mayC7 K. C. HENRY.
" XlTnT V Al AT N O.T(57
"? JElt Steamer Light font, of a large and
a. gt nciti! asvortinent of staple Groce
ries, comprising in part
(W Bids Kanawha Salt,
ii'. 4." do old Uectilied Whiskey,
.5 do nmer Brandy, I
1 do Cogniae j hf do French '
1 do Peach do - bbls mal wine,
2 do Madeira, '2 hf do Port do
10 boxes Candy 10 boxes Raisins
10 tlo Claret Wine and Cherries,
2 do Lemon Syrup.
100.000 Lbs. assorted Iron,
000 do do Castings,
S8 Sacks Kio Coilee,
6 Hhds Sugar.
ALSO -5 rases boots, 4 do Lip Shoes,
2 dor. fine calf boots, 2 do fine do hocs,
2 do pumps, 3 do coarse bregans.
1000 Yds bale Osnabures, P200 4-4 bro.
Domestics, 1 1,000 do 7-8 do do.
For sale at No. -jti- niny27
rV oao in Cold and Silver,
7) iHUWlOKk) lbs. clean linen and
GOO bush. Castor beans,
,rm do Flaxseed,
. -100 lbs. Feathers,
Htm do Tallow,
500 do Beeswax.
In exchance for any of the above arti
cles, will be given Drugs and Medicines,
nil sorts of Paints, Oils and Dye kind's,
School Books, letter and cap paper, win
dow glass, Varnishes, ,xc., sve, bv '
inaySO BROWN A DCNN.
Perfumery, Fancy Articles, &.c.
( lOLOGNE, Hose WaterjBear's grease,
J Bear's Oil, Ox Marrow, Macassar Oil)
Hair Brushes, Tooth do., Violin Strings,
all sixes; silk and cotton purses, fine
pocket combs, pocket books, silk watch
guard, Jte., for sale at the Drmr Store,
Iow by inay-'O) - U. A DUNN.
SALEKATUS, Rice, Pepper, Ginger,
Spice, Cloves, Cinnamon bark, Ac, for
sale by may it) B.ADl'NN.
PMOKINO TOBACCO, Pipes A matiTi
il es, for kalo at tlm Drim Store bv
may) bROWN A DUNN.
HYMN BOOKS Dupuy's, Christian
and Methodist Hymn Books, for sale
at Ibo Drug Store bv - '
inayia ; BROWN A DUNN.
UHUb 0 I Jft
The largest Sf most complete yet. :
"t 't'E are now receiving direct from :
V Philailelphia, a conplele assortment '
of FRESH A PC RE DRUGS, MEDI-:
(TNES, Jtc., which will render .tir stock
the largest and most complete rverbro'l ,
to the r.outh-'wrst. We tenderourlhankx
to Physicians and Merchants fof their for- i
mer patronaL'e, ami resm rtfully solicit a !
coiitiuuatice i f it, and that of uaiiy ni:W j
ones. We invite the Physicians of Sou'h
West Missouri, w ho have not laid hi their :
Spring supplies, to give ns a call ami ex - i
limine our stock and juices ; we are Con- j
fident they will be jdeased with both. j
Our stock consists in part of the follow-
7).-,rro ,J l T..,);. ; .
Jh tigs and Medinaes.
150 oz. Sulph. Quinine,
i" lbs Calomel, American ;nd English,
21 d Blue Mass ,
-10 do sj'ts Nitre dulcis,
2-1 do Aqua Ammonia,
10 Lbs powdered Rhubarb,
i".'l do Cream Tartar,
4ii do l!i card. Soda,
2o do Tartaric Acid.
2H) do Epsom Salts,
15 do Oarh , rule Mpgnesia
r'0 tlo flour Sulphur,
1D calls. Castor Oil,
40 do Alcohol.
HI do Sweet Oil,
PI do Spls. Turpentine,
20 lbs. Balsam Copaiba,
50 do Nitric Acid,
25 do Oil Vitriol.
! do muriatic aci.l,
10 do rtirh. Ammonia,
1) do powdered Ipecac,
f)0 do Roll Su'i hur,
Cum nrahic, Chloroform, surar lead, rad
scillac, opium sulphate, acetate and mu
riate of Morphine, borax, red prcripilate,
Corrosive sublimate. Ext. of Butternut,
gentian, bcllndoiiha.Hyosciamus, Dande
lion anil roliicy nth, isinglass, cajenne
pepper, marina, orange peel, A.C., A.C.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, S,r.
Tliree anil Fourfold pocket ca.es, tliumb
lancets, spring do, silver and brass, Cath
eters, Bougies, Specu'.ums, tootii keys ,t
forceps, cujiping iiislrumenls in tascs.
Fah.ts, Oils, ThjC' Si tiffs, Furnishes,
Glissware, Src, ic.
50 kens white Lead. No. I, st pure
SO calls. Linseed Oil,
50 lbs Blue Vitriol,
100 do ground Logwood,
50 lbs Indico. Spanish I'.eat,
50 do Dutch Madder,
50 do Lampblack,
100 do Spanish Brown,
100 lbs Venitian Red,
60 do ext. Logwood.
! do Muriate of Tin,
Cochineal, Chionie Green and Yellow,
Spanish whiting, Prussian blue, yellow
ochre, Nicarauira, 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, Sic,
Oil Bottles, Vials, c, -ve.
(lon'ettionaries, S'c. ,
Lemon Syrup, do Acid, Candy, Ac. Ac.
Hooks, Stationer-, &c.,
V. S. Dispensatory, DungUson's Dic
tionary, Watson's Practice, Carpenter'
Physiology, Ac., Elementary Spellers,
Goodrich's 1st, 2d, 3d & 4th readers, Ol
ney's ( Seography. Smiley Arithmetic and
Key, Smith's Arithmetic & 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 Chai, us the
same can be had out of St. Louis. Par
ticular attention will be paid to putting up
Physician's Bills all who may send us
their I ills, may rest assured that we w ill
pu up .is pure articles, and at the same
prices, as if they were present.
BROWN A DUNN.
Warsaw. Mn. Mav ti, 1H4..
N. B.-Beeswax, Flaxseed Castor Beans, flc influe,1(. U,0u the) Jivfer, diOEsUvp ort
leatners, fallow, Beef Hides and Clean 8I1J Uuiphatic and glaivdular sys-'
Ra?s taken in exchange for any of Hie ,,.nis. --!.;;. them to lipxthftil ot',ii '
..i i : t - n r. ri
b. a u.
Flit liR A I) Alil'B.
Ll-.VLKaml Aull, Ouml. Aguelnll resiorlioulOMJund ail pctmanqnt health
Fever, Iiitermiltent A Remittent Fe Those w hd are surferiiii' w ith, the pfoA
vrrs, and all ihe vaiious form of Biloi t'nifitur A'ttiPB 'fcPPEV'laW iouimoiftih!
diseases, speedily and permanently cured
oy ijh. w Aiwa a l.w-fl t.u 1. 1
lius valuable medicine was prepared
from an extensive practice of sevcial
years in a bilious climate in the Western
States, and w as never known to fail of cu
ring Fever and ague, or any of the above
It is equally effectual for tlie cure of Li
ver Complaint, Jaundice. I'.nlarireinent of
Ihe Spleen, (called Agnu Cake) and the
m n.rnein uiiu'u. uita.M;. . m-r,
with Ihe other various affections of such
climates, arising from a common miusma.1
cause, are only modifications ir the same
disease, and equally controlled by the
Residents of bilious climates, enustrants
or persons traveling through inrected .lis-!
... . . . J.',. V, J,.' I
W alson s Indian egel able I onic a sure,
speedy and effectual cure, but an absolute
of medicine Is accomr.ni.
ed with a pamphlet on the Causes, Treat-
ment and Cure of Fver and Acne, and
other form of bilious disease, eonta niug '
much valuable information, and may be
had gratis of all aulhorixed asents for tlie
sale of the Tonic
one genuine w Uhout
Ihe written signature of N. F. Watson, M.
)., on every bottle,' Inventor and propri
Dr. K. HASTERLY, aole General A
gent for the Westem States, south-east
corner of 3d and Chesuut streets, St. Lou
is, Mn. Price $1 per bottle.
f For sale by Mesr. Brown &, Dunn,
; Di ugulsts, agents lor Warsaw, Mo.
I J,-wistak's malsam
i Ol VVILDCIIKRRYji r
Thr Cnal Remedy for Clmxmnytlim of ihe
J.uiur.y Affection of the Livis, Bronchi'
tin, Axlhinn, Vain or H'enknea pfthe
Hrmst or l.ithtjt, Chrnhic Cotrh, i'JruVf
nVi, I'vmorrhtty,'. if the Lunfityfltt i(j
AjJ'ecliou f the I'uh nonary wyov
V ATCBE'S OWN .I'RKSCR'li'Tfb'N1.''
1 1 A- Compound balsamic preparation'
of the l'ruus Virginia, or Wild Cherry,
. Hark , combined w ith the extractol the pir,
; 1,1.,.I,n'I.r,1 a now c,.Irt;cai prctti; t,pt .
' proved and rec.omrpciidp,d,bthe mpstHlisV,
Cnunis-hod physicians, anil iiyiycrsally ao-
ktuixvledgrd (he rnnsf Valuable nicdicints5
ever discovered. , . rn..- v-il L,
V.'e do not uudi lo (rifle y!th the, lives
i rbeaTin of the afflicted, atid.,we sincere
ly pledge our. elves to. makeJio assertions'
as lo the v.rtues ol this niciiicine,-and ios
; hi hi out no ho e to suffering humanity
w hich fads will not w arrant. niil'if ,
We osk tin- attention of the f mldid lo a
few c nsidi rations. Nature, in every part
if her wmks, has left indelible marks of
' adaptation and design. . -t'l.ti-.V
The Coiistiliitiuiis of ihe animals and the
; vegelabli s of the torrid are such that they'
' feuM lint endure the cold of the Mgirt
, v.tie vice versa. . ' ,' .
In regard to disease 'awl its cure, the a
; Captation is no less striking. Th'v tnAss; f-
Iceland, Ihe wild cherry. at, i . pir e ff ill
i lioithein liifi'udes, (the Balsam.is a chem
j ical f.xt.-.ict of these) have Ir.nff hri ii eel-'
ebi itetl lor complaints prevalent fciily iiv
warm climates. Jndeeil the most distin,
guislied men have averred (bat nature fur
nishes in every country antidote for its'
Consiinij tion, in its confirmed and'nici
pit nt stages, eoiigbs-, asthma, croup, and
I liver complaint, form by far,the most fatal
class- of diseases know n to.our land.,- ,
Yd even these may be cured by means
( f the simple j et powerful renif dies w hich
urc scattered wherever those maladies
i Scarcely n inniT arrives from any point
j in the west, but. that bring us new s of the
' most cheering character, which goea still
j farther(if mere evidence were necessary)
jt ) establish the reputftti6n of this grel
i remedy. ,
11 Nt ne can be gnr.ime ithonf thr.
: names of Henry Wisiar, M.D., anil Sans
, ford A. Park are found upon the WTttpfSjr.-.
; No medicine called Syrup of Wild Cher-i
; ry, or Wild Cherry Bitters can be -relied
, upon. '1 hey may not bei.e(it,bu actually
, iiijure the patient. '
i i I)R. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF',
i WILD CHERRY " is the only remesly -tr
which invalids should report ior the cure
: ol pulmonary complaints.-' ",' ''
I I' HENRY BI.AKSLEYA Co.; S. W'S
corner of i!d and Ghespyt stcets.Mlls U.
I abox r medicine. Price ifl per buttle, "
1 Sold also bv ' ' " ' v.- '' '" .
BROWN &DUNNj Warsaw,"
B. F. A T. B. WALLACE, Clintons,
i JS. A. TL'TT'A Co; Calhoun
! R. J. McELIIANKY, ,. .
j- Or Vegetable .Vebriruge,' '-'
j Jt ty.tftli), tirfe mid certain cure for JiGUFi
j A' F'EVF.R, Ckill-frver, pumb-JIgw;
j Intermittent Ferert, and all Ihb variant
form of Iliiiiout ditcn.se, iK J i,ir ..J
; flHIS valuable medicine is undoubtedly
i -I the sates! ami suvest remedy cVer dis"--rovered
for lh cure of the obuvtt Mamcit
diseases. It not only breaks the jchill, bu
, removes the cause Horn which the disease,
'originates. Its operatiod is both generaT
and sjiieial. While it acti gejieraJly up-
on the whole system, as a most powerful
alterative, j n riTy iiicr the fluids', freeing the
solids from nit morbid 5crctions,;and jt-
invigorating and briiigiyig up all the vitijj
i energies lo a standard, 'of .peryanenj
y . r ... .
removing all morbid, nu.ttejveiiiialitirvc
the circulation, .restoring (heir proper an,
necessary setrctioTis, tliu accomplishing'
n i.nH i .1 t A SiinftvfeltAh fltAti, fli.ABA
" V ....... . . ..V. H .... . . HVIW VlOWWto nn,t
ttt West sn'tl South-thoae whose, rtuint-.
ii.titins have become enfeebled by V use
of mercury, quinine, or other violent me
dic.ines, should rit t ohce to tlip ue of .
is VAI.CAHLEAlEDICJNE.,tr . .
It ins cured and ict'.'i r'ure the most o'
i'.inate frtex. ,.
Travelii;i with the cjrculaticn U Pur
:. '..... u- ' i. ! .
us ii ceiling rui rem iiirtMiti vvrry vein aun
iiilery of the luuban borlv.'Th -WboM
nnin.nl rnniim i i uiadr hi iimWi t-o h ikoi
rough radical chance. ' f.vpn tbn.mi'nd
partakes ol tne nealtliliii prpress, atul life,
that brfm ann(ar d one inenrs l. ,r.
gjns ,SHj a sve,n worth .ossr inc. .
f panl,hlets respecliiltt this Yaruabie1
Medicine, Cau ba obtuiuid of tho AffemU
Alhereare many spurimiipVrpirHiioni
"I umilarname hawked aUout the nmu-
Uy )u, s(tll thr re,,uW(i0Q pf ,l0 rcl.
,ltVtion of th genuine ; '
JV ,hpr f,.r, b' lT" to Uw tbn
j'w ' 10 J"VTTIVJZ
i rJL IV9
'" .i . ' 'P"t
iiTvr v T 'fiti Vv' ''
w 'm " ' . I " ' ' ., .
l. VJ I It, I , ,s. lir'-lllll B.. t'l, I.tttllH,
. (ii'iieinl Agent for tUe 'et,
.The jfniiiii Smith's Tonic Syrup is al
so lor sale ly the undrs;'giMd axenU. '
iiUOWN A DINN, War,'
' andB.Y.'AT. B.WALLArf,'
.,''' ' ' Clinton, M i..' '
. , J,A.ri'TT Af ... ( lho.i.
Ct) A McCLMN C5poin,
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