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SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR.
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e.Acommodi nil TttWUrn mnm '
-q wi '" ,i j i . i . ' s
Kr pW n ft, tho
inthciW WWmZ ni. f , TL'
fences, cannot fail tn ci;t on ,:!,
i .-v... no maul iiiivril
thwto embfllfk itfthe business. It is situa
ted On the South; west corner of th! Pub-'
Jic Square, 1,1 lW most imposing and com
manding situatirm in the city. Also, a
m? l4"1 coni,no,,iou -1tal)lc,all of which
Will be rented on accommodating terms,
and post ession given on the 1st of Janua
ry next. For further particulars, inquire
ju1y29-tf " 1 JAS. II. MILLER.
Vonthly Bulletin, Vi?. 7.
"VJOWls the sea-1
11 son for Stomach '
A bowel Complaints,
i it is of unspeakable !
(importance that llio '
most reliable in-even- I
lives and remedies be .
brought to public no-;
tice in every section
of the country, this
Coninanv would call
the attention of medical nun, parents,
nurses, ami all othi ly, tn their
a remedy which is unparalleled fur its
power over nil His Summer d solders nf
Children, whether tithe Stomach. Hie
bow cl.s, the kidneys, the skin, or the gen
eral circulation. , In Cholera infantum
(summer complaint.) Dinrrha-a, iysenta
ry, Wasting away, Ostivenoss, Teething,
Sic, &c, it is infallible. No family shuuld .
be without it, jas.its timely uso yill save '
life, and' cany'the most feeble children
through the Summer." . is accompanied
by c.ireful an J mi.inUc directions.
TIIE DYSENTARY SYRUP j
Of this company is au infallible! specific in
this alarming disorder. It is warranted to
cure : and if it should net, the money will,
in all cases, bo relunded. Thousands of
lives have been saved by its use. No
. matter how extreme- the ease, a cure is
certain. Medical men A all others should
iinmrtiuttfy procure a supply, and thus
confer a great blessing on their respective
patients, families and communities.
I he oilier medicines of the Cra feuberg guished rni ii have averred that nature fur
Onmpany are ton u ell known to need wishes in every country antidotes for its
mention at this lime. Sulliee it to say, own peculiar. liseases.
that they n'-e sought for with unexampled ' Consumption, in its confirmed and iuci
avidiiy, and are performing the iiovt as- ' pient stages, coughs, asthma, croup, ami
founding cures. Fever ml ague, Serr.fs liver complaint, form by far the most latal
ula. Consumption, bilious fevers, if., Ac, class of diseases known to our land,
arc C jnqiiercd by them. T'lio Wr:c! nberg Yet even these may be cured by means
Sarsnpnrilta Compound is taking the lead of the simple yet powerful remedies which
of all others, and contains double the mini- are scattered uhereer ihose maladies
ber of any otlur.
The General Agent for Missouri, is Ii,
K. WOO !J WARD, St. Louis, to whom
applications for agencies may be address
KDWRD BA RTON, Sec'y.
New York, July Hi'i.
'' The above celebrated medicines are
fir sale at Warsaw, bv
BENNETT & SIIEPARD.
Or Vr::cii".ble I-'el .rifuiro, .
f Sjte'h. nfe and ef.i lain cure. fir 1GUE
i rt- FEVER, ('hill-fiver, Jhimb-.lve,
Intermittent ?, and all the various
forms of Wdlious disrac
rjlIUS valuable' medicine is undoubtedly
I the safest and surest remedy ever lis-
covered for the rnre of the above named
diseases. It not only breaks the chill, but j
lemoves'the cause from which the disease !
originates. Its operation is both general'
and special. While it i.ets generally up-j
on the whole syjtcni, as a most powerful '
alterative, pin ilyiii r the i'uids, freeing the j
solids froii) allyyiqi-byj secretions, and re-1
invigorating and brii'ging ui all the vital
energies to a stantlard of pet manent '
health, it at the snir.e time exerts a speci-
lie influence upon liver, digestivo or- '
pans and lymphatic and glandular sys-:
terns, I xciting them to heathful activity,;
removing all morbid matter, equalizing
the circulation, restoring their proper and !
necessary secretions, thus accomplishing I t'""f? V'rFII I
a complete renovation from disease, and! t. fisltlill
restoration to sound ami permanent health. ' .Medicated Strengthening Plaster
Those who are suffering with (he pros-, , . . , , ,
trating AGUE FEVERS common in , rr"IS V" prepare, under
the WstandSontiwthosewhoseconsti-l 1 Uie t..ed.ate eye and supenntend
tutions have become enfeebled by the use i ence of Bn 01(1 physician, who is a gradu
of mercury, quinine, or other violent ine- ate of the University of Pennsylvania;
dicines, should resort at once to the use of aI1j vas naj extensive i ractice for more
this VALUAH.LE MEDICINE. ! than 20 years in treating tho various dis-
It has cured and will cure the most ob-. ... . ,. '
stinate cases. ' e8se incident to this country, lie conn-
4 Travelling with Jhe circulation it pours ' dently recommends this Plaster, fiom a
its healing current through every vein and thorough knowledge of its virtues, to be
artery of the human body. The whole ; eior to every VsWt now i use. By
animal ecoiioiuyijs made to undergo a tlio- . ' '., ......
rough radical ctkpge. Even the mind keeping up a gentle perspiration, it is ad
partakes of tha healthful process, and life, rairably adapted for Paiiu or Weakness
that before appeared one dreary waste, be- jn the Breast, Side, Back or Limbs ; also,
gins again to seem worth possessing. ! for the Gout, Rheumatism, Enlargement
- Medic . Sl'een, Liver Comp.aitit and Dys-
gratis - ; ' ' v ' 1 ' " ' j pepsia, and for Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
, v-.V.. ".. CAUTION 1 I Difficulty of Breathing, Oppression or the
A there are majiv sputiouspreparation I stomach, &c. To all persons predisposed
01 .imilar name nawjten aooui ine coun- t Conkumptiou, or who are subject to vi
try, and old on the jeuutatioii of the rep- , , ,r , . . ., ,
id sold pn the jeuutatioii of the rep
i of the genuine r f
SMITH'S TUNIC SYRUP. " 4
.We therefore beg loaye
to caution the
public against irtin, as we cannot
hold ourselves responsible for the effect
which may result from,he use of spurious
articles. h 2 - ,
,..,m, ftENltV'BLAKSLEY, '"
S. W Corner 3d & Chesnut st. St. Louis,
.. General Agent for the West,
The genuine Smith's Tonic Syrup is al
io for sale by the undersigned agents.
BROWN A DUNN, Warsaw,
. , " ' W . pprinfieid Mo.
and B. F. &T. B. WALLACE,
J. A.TUTT A Co. Calhoun.
COX A McCLAIN Oseola,
I1AINTED LAWNS, of most beautiful
styles at from 16 to 25 cents, at ,
WANTED to purchase a Negr
purchase a Negro
1 " T
Woman, between the Bees of
1 1U )f ..- - 1 1
.oiiu w jrui.i uue Mini iihs open accus
nel w house work--lor which a fair
I"1" in CASH will be paid, If Immediate
JAS. H LAY.
10 miles N. W. of Warsaw.
DR. WlSTAIl'S HALS AM
OF WILD CHERRY.
Thr. Great Remedy for Consumption of the
Lung, Afec.Ho'i.sof the Liver, Proiiclii
tis, Asthma, Pain or Weakliest of the
Breast or Lnng.it Chronic Coughs, Pleu
thy, Hemorrhage cf the Lungs, and all
Affection f the Pulmonary orgnns
TVT ATURE'S OWN PRESCRIPTION".
1 A compound balsamic preparation
of the Prims Virginia, or Wild Cherry
Hark, combined with the extractor the tar,
prepared by a new chemical process, ap
proved and recommended bv the most dis
tinguished physicians, anil universally ac-
miowii'ultu uic must vaiuauiu uitujLinn
, ever discovered.
I w e (Id lint in.'
h to friflc with the lives
or health of the nfillcled, and we sincere
ly pledge ourselves to make no assertions
lis to tho virtues of this medicine, and to
hold nut no ho e to suffering humanity,
which facts will not warrant.
We ask the attention of the candid to a
few considerations. Nature, in every part
of hor works, lias left indelible marks of
adaptation and de.ign.
Theeonstitutioiis of the animals and the
vegetables of thctenid are such that they
could not endure the cold of the frigid
lone vice versa.
In regard to disease mid its cure, tiie a
dnplt'tion is no less striking. The moss of
Iceland, the wild cherry and pire of all
northern latitudes, (the Halsam is a chem
ical extract of these) have long been eel
ebtaled for complaints prevalent only in
warm climates. Indeed the most distin-
Scarcely a mail arrives from any point
' in the w est, but that brings ?ts news of tho
most cheering character, which goes still
j farther(if more evidence were necessary)
to establish the reputati.ou of this great
I i i iS'onn can be genuine without the
J names of Henry Wistar, M. U., and San
ford i l'aik are found upon the wrapper.
! No medicine called Syrup of Wild Cher
ry, i:r Wild Cherry B tters can be relied
. upon. They may not bei.t f.t, but actually
, injure the patient.
1 '-UK. WIST AIl'S IULSAM OF
WILD CHERRY" is the only remedy to
! which invalids should resort for the cure
j of puhnonarv complaints.
. HENR V BLAKSLEY A Co., S. Wi
corner of 3d and Chesnut streets, sells the
above medicine. ' Vilco $1 per bottle.
Sold also bv ..
BROWN & DUNN, Warsaw,
B. F. K T. D. WALLACE, Clinton.
J A S. A. 'i UTT & Co. Calhoun
COX &. McCLAIN, Oseola,
R. J. McELIIANEY,
jVol'ue to Hands.
TJERSONS applying for work on the O
. sage Hiver, will be required lo furnish
theirown blanket for sleeping. julj'-3
!""The Springfield Advertise!1 publish
for one month, and forward account to
Win. Waldo, U.-ola.
ly recommended as they give almost im
mediate relief, and for pteasantnes, safe
ty, ease and certainty, they are decidedly
superior to most other remedies. '. . ' , .
' Persons afflicted w ith any of the above
diseases will find Dr. Easterly's Medica
ted Strengthening Plaster much auperior
to any other ever before offered to the pub
lic. Physicians, druggists and dealer in
Medicines, will find it to their interest to
keep a supply of these valuable Plasters
on hand to accommodate their patrons.' '
"For sale, wholesale and retail, at the
Medical Depot of Dr. E. Easterly, south
east corner of Sd and Chesnut streets, St,
Louii Mo., and by agenU throughout the
Western States. ;: ' apb!5'
, JTorsalo by Brown St Dunn, Drug
gistsj agents for Warsaw, Mo.
n the Henry Circuit curt.
OCTOBER TERM 1848. f
Vs. V Petition for Divorce.
RtJTH HUHTLY. )
70 RUTH HUNTLY:
YOU are hereby notified that Henry
Huntly has filed his petition in vaca
tion of the Henry Circuit Court, the ob
ject and general nature of which is to ob
tain a divorce from the bonds of matri
mony contracted with you; and unless
voube and appear before the Judge of our
ilenry Circuit Court, on the first day of tho
next term of said Court, to be holden in the
town of Clinton, in the county of Ilenry
and State aforesaid, on the fifth Monday
after the fourth Monday in September
next, and answer said bill, the same will
be taken as confessed.
F. A. PINNELL, Cl'k.
july22-8t-25 of Henry C. C.
NOTICE is hereby given that the un
dersigned lias obtained from the Judge
of the Probate Court of Morgan County,
letters of administration on t lie estate of
James Walker, dee'd., bearing date the
21th rfayof May, 18-13.
All persons having claims against said
estate, arc hereby notified to present them
for allowance within one year from the
date of said letters, or they may bo pre
cluded from having any benefit of said es
tate, and if such claims are not presented
within three years, they w ill be forever
JA1JEZ WHITE, adm'r.
ju!y22-2t-5 of Jas. Walker, dee'd.
Dr. Brcgg's Pills Triumphant!
Further Evidence. Grant Excitement and
Panic amongst theCulvmcl iJorturs-Dis-astrous
consequences of the use of Min
eral Medicines Timely intervention of
Indian Queen Vegetable Sugar Coated
Pills to save a whole neighborhood from
the. uicful ravages of that fell destroyer,
fiitea.se, in the forms of Ague, JHHovji,
Conijestu'c. ami Typhui Fevers Head
and be convinced !
Van Buiik.n, Ark, April 1.5, 1S4S.
Dr. Bbago Dear Sit: During the past
j summer and fall, the vai inns forms of bil
I ions Fever were very prevalent and often
! fatal in this section of country. Our wor-
tny nout-sucli physicians, puffed up with
pride and vain conceit, persisted in their
antiquated practice with that universal
panacea, calomel, witii such unbounded
j success, that one or two, panic-struck,
j scampered off and left their patients with
! nature and her ineffectual efforts to repair
j the mischief they had done. In one fain
I ily, four cases resulted in death, in the
short snoce of fourdavs: in some cases
Ithieeor four days after the exhibition of
i ealoim I. great prostration, tvinpnintic con
j ilition of the abdomen, and perforation of
' the lioweis were the result of tlm heroic
! treatment, and to prove it so to their weep
j ing frfonds, a postmortem examination
; would reveal the fact. After finding their
: practice altogether ineffectual, they came
to the w i.se conclusion to give no mudicine
I at all, but continue to visit their patients,
, ami order flaxseed tea as a drink, and a
j poultice of the same applied to the bowels ;
w nen tins tailed, with sage look, and littlo
faith, A hearts full of apprehension, they
w ould confess to their f. iends their full con-
1 fnletice in the application of blisters from
Head to loot you may guess the result.
In this dilemma and universal consterna
tion, one of your travelling agents passed
through our neighborhood, and made lib
era 1 deposit cs of j our vegetable medicines,
and distributed pamphlets, and the ,;Suii,"
to sheil a genial and bcuignart light upon
this hi flighted, and apparently devo
ted land. The manna sent to the Chil
dren of Israel, in the wilderness, was not
hailed w ith more hearty thanks than were
your henlth-resloiing Pills in this awful
crisis. The people were prepared to re
ceive them, or any thing that promised
them relief from their apparently impend
ing fate. I have watched their progress,
and the effects thev produced in hundreds
of cases and am happy to give my feeble
! testimony to their entire and triumphant
emcary, in restoring health in a tew days,
in every instance, when they have been
taken 111 time, and in strict accordance, to
directions. Some of our physicians,
whose love of truth and philanthropy tri
umphed over prejudices and preconceived
theories, have cheerfully abandoned their
calomel and lancet, and recommended
your pills in all cases of bilious, intermit
tent, remittent, congestive and typhus fe
vers; and they freely acknowledge that
they are almost a specific in all these dis
eases. Your travelling agent is anxious
ly looked for agaiu, as many of your a
genfs are out of pills, and the sickly sea
son is approaching. ' ' '
With best w ishes for your success,
I am truly vours,
Foi1 sale, wholesale and retail, at the
MISSOURI COLLEGE OF HEALTH,
No. 51 , North 3d street, Louis.
For palely UROlVA'Sf DU.WY, Warnaxc,
rjAlxo,.by G. W Rives and J W Bird,
Benton County; A ft Moore, J W Filler A
Lf achmau, Jiulivar; J Price, John
Jones, W "Montgomery, Williams & Peak
and Reed Bennett, liiiffalo; S R Roberts,
Erie; Waldo A McCuHoch, Oseola; R Pat
terson, DalUit P O.; C Humes, Pleasant
Prairie; Daniel Darby, Pittsburgh.
First andLast Cail
I LL those having notes or accounts w ith
jl s due prior to the first day of January
last, are hereby notified that unless imme
diate payment is made, such notes and ac
counts will be placed in the hands of the
proper officer for collection. We mean
just what we say we want money and
must have it. 1
Junc24 BROWN A DUNN.
1)0 RTLAN D TO BACCO boxes of
this popular Tobacco just landed from
the "Wave" for sale by
Junel7 & SIIEPARD.
1!'E have a Splendid assortment for sale
l lower than ever before by
Juuen B. & SIIEPARD.
tn the Itcnry Circ till turf,
MAY TERM, 1848.
A. M. Tu tT, Plaintiff, )
NOW at this day comes the plaintiff by
his attorney, and it appearing to the
Court that the said defendant has not been
summoned, and that he does not appear at
tho return term of said writ to defend this
suit. It is therefore ordered by the Court,
on motion of the said plaintiffs attorney,
that a publication bo made, notifying the
said defendant that suit has been commen
ced against him in this Court by an action
of assumpsit for the sum of Thirty-five
Dollars : and that his property has been
attached, and that unless he be and appear
here at the next term of this Court, and
on or before the third day, plead or other
wise defend said suit, judgment w ill be
rendered against him, and his property
sold to satisfy the same with damages ami
costs of suit. And it is further ordered,
that this notice be published in some news
paper printed in this State for four weeks
successively, the last insertion to be at
least four weeks before the next term of
this court. A copy testi
F. A. PINNELL, CFk.
Fresh .Arrivals from
rhKatleijihin nutl M. I.oui.
M E have just ree'd. from Philadelphia
' and St. Louis, a fresh and well assort
ed stock of O UOJJS, w hich we respect
fully solicit the people of ienton county
and .Vouth-west Missouri generally to call
aud examine. They were purchased low,
and will be sold very cheap, consisting of
fiO H.gs best Rio Coffee, 10 Hhds. Sugar,
5 bbls Molasses, o)() lbs. com. A nest
loaf Sugar, Whiskey, randy,
Poit Wiue, com. & fine, Mal
aga A Madeira do., sack
Abbl SALT, Gun
powder, Imp. &
Indigo, madder, alum,
copperas, saleratus, rosin,
brimstone, sp A tallow candles.
Window glass (all sizes.) powder,
lead, shot, nails, iron, castings, cotton
yarns, linseed A castor oils, white lead, Ac.
A general assortment of
HARDWARE & Ql'EENSWARE,
Palm leaf, Rutland, Panama, Russia, Ren
ter. Fur and Wool Hals, all qualities
BOOTS &. SHOES, a splendid stock;
ii'i Prints, cassimeres, cloths, sattinets,
Janes, ail kinds ; Gents and boys summer
wear, a large lot of heavy Domestics
besides fashionable bonets, lawns, alpacas,
jaconets, cambrics, A almost everything
else, which they think, are worthy the at
tention of the community.
In ihe Square Top Frame.
Warsaw, June 17, 184S.
1 " A. II. We purchase almost every
description of produce. E. A A.
Heady Made Clothing:.
C)C) DOZ Summer Coats Pauls A Vests,
for sale at what tho cloth costs (ma
king thrown in.) junel7 B. A S.
T OOKING-GLASSiSOf "all sizes,
J i from 10 cents to G 00, for sale by
june3 BENNETT A SIIEPARD.
SALT! SALT!! SALT!'!
2.0 GO SACKS ground alum Salt, very
large and full, for sale cheap by B. & S.
10 Lbs. 0 Sugar for $1!
lfE are selling the best quality of Su-
gar, much better than i ny otherstore
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 d sugar. Don't for
get this fact, but come and let us prove it
juiieH BENNETT A SIIEPARD.
SCYTHES. Grain, Grass and Brush
Scythes, Sneada and scythe stones, for
sale cheap for cash by D. & S.
STATE OF MISSOURI, )
COUKTV OF BaTIS.
In the Bates Circuit Court, JlprU Term,
1848. ' .
Vs. ( Petition to foreclose
James Morris A " ' a mortgage,
Sarah A. Morius. j
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, (2!)) also a copy
of said mortgage to secure to the raid
plaintiff the, sum of Three Hundred and
twenty five dollars eighty-seven cents,
($125 H7,)with accruing interest as shown
by a bond executed by the said Morris,
and payable to the plaintiff, bearing even
date with said mortgage, and dated the
15tli day of Ji.ly, 1845. And the said
plaintiff also files herein an affidavit sta
ting that the said defendants are not resi
dents of, nor residing within tiis State.
Therefore, 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 the foiuth
Monday in September net, and answer
said petition, or judgment will be render
ed against them on said bond, and the
mortgaged premises sold to satisfy said
debt, damages and costs aforesaid. And
it is Anther ordered that a copy of this
order be published in some newspaper
printed In this State, for eight weeks suc
cessively, the last insertion to be at least
four weeks before the first day of the next
term of this Court. . , 1 , .
Attest a true copy i
F. BA BROWS, Clerk.,
June3 8t-13-Xi'Prs. fee $13 SO.
IJOOTS A SHOES. We have on hand
I the largest assortment ol Boots and
Shoes in Warsaw among them are Calf,
Kip, Seal and thick Boots tnen's Cair,
Morocco, Kip ami thick Shoes 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 Shoes, Ac, Ac.
all for sale cheap by
june3 , BENNETT A SIIEPARD.
" 7 E have now a lot on hand, and will
be supplied throughout the season,
with this celebrated Cheese.
june3 BENNETT A SIIEPARD.
I OSIN, Turpentine, Snufl and Tobac
.11 co, for sale by B. A DUNN.
Who wants Tar Now ?
i Bbls. North Carolina Tar, just land
1 ed from St. Louis Oak, for sale by
june.T BENNETT A SIIEPARD.
Eor Family Use.
j Bbls. best Cider Vinegar, 5 do. No. 1
) and 2 Mackerel, 10 do N. O and Sugar
house Molasses, 10,001) Lbs. best Spring
River Flour, for sale by B.A S.
More Soft Hats!
q DOZEN Monterey Hats of the soffct
sJ kind, just ree'd per Oak, bv
juneP. BENNETT A SIIEPARD.
.0 . 4(V!
Still in Ute ,'msci'tutitncy!
Truth is Stranger than Fiction!
is. v. n r
HAS just received per steamers Light
font, St. Louis Oak A Wave, a large
and splendid assortment of
Dry Moods and Groceries,
comprising every article conducive to the
interest and comfort of a thriving people,
all of which is submitted to the inspection
of the public, with a promise of selling at
a very small advance, and at prices far
more reansouable than heretofore exhib
ited by any house in Warsaw, wheth
er fhey sell at cost, or sell lower than oth
ers do, that promise to sell at cost. My
fnotto being Cheap fdr Caxli and quick
Sales," w ill give me ait advantage over
my neighbors, not likely to be attained by
others. My supplies are constantly arri
viug,-and will continue at intervals through
the entire season.
My constant aim being to promote the
interests of the 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
tjy, 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, IS 18.
AND STILL LATER f
1JER St. Louis Oak and Wave, sund
. ries as below, w hich I offer low, to
make room for w hat is coming by next
boat Saleratus, rice, sugar, coffee, nails,
madder, indigo, molasses, peppermint A
bitters, Spanish brown, brooms, buckets,
soap, tobacco,' caudles, candy, almonds,
figs, crackers, allspice, mackerel, cotton
yarn, tubs, scythes and sickles, Ac, Ac,
all for sale low at No. 46.
may27 R. C. HENRY.
A R RIVA '. AT NO4G! "
j)ER Steamer Lightfoot, of a large and
. general assortment of staple Groce
ries, comprising in part
(Will 1n,!1 Kanawha Salt,
V Vlf 45 do old Rectified Whiskey,
5 do ainer 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,
58 Sacks Rio Coffee,
5 Hhds Sugar.
ALSO 5 cases boots, 4 do kip Shoes,
2 doc fine calf boots, 2 do fine do shoes,
$ do pumps, 3 do coarse brogans.
1000 Yds bale Osnaburgs, 1200 4-4 bro.
Domestics, 11.000 do 7-8 do do.
For sale at No. 46- inay27
Wanted. Immediately !
P''W'MI in Gob! nd Silver.
Jj5 JlHllMO,(XH) lbs. .clean linen and
cotton rags, .
UK) bush. CVstor beans, '
500 do Flaxseed,
4(H) lbs. Feathers,
500' do Tallow,
5i)0 do Beeswax.
In exchange for any of the above arti
cles, will be -given Drugs aud Medicines,
all sorts of Paints, Oils and Dye stuffs,
School Books, letter and cap paper, win
dow glass, Varnishes, Ac, Ac, by
may20 . BROWN A DUNN..
Perfumery, Fancy Articles, &c.
(COLOGNE, Rose "ater,Bear's grease,
J Bear's Oil, Ox Marrow, Macassar Oil,
Hair Brushes, Tooth do., Violin. Strings,
all sizes; silk and cotton purses, fine
pocket combs, pocket books, silk watru
guards, Ac, for salt at the Drug Store,
low by may20 j B. A DUNN.
ALERATL'S, Rice, Pepper, Ginger,
Spice, Cloves, Cinnamon bark, Ac, for
sale by may20 ( B. A DUNN.
MOK1NO TOBACCO, Pipes A match
es, for sale at the Dru Store by
may20 BROWN A DUNN.
UYMN BOOKS. Dupuy's, Christian
and Methodist Hvuiit Books, for sale
at the Drue Storo by 1
niayl3 BROWN A DUNN.
The largest 8f most complete ytt.
Spring Supplies for 1 84P.'
"lrE are now receiving direct from
T Philadelphia, a complete assortment
of FRESH A PURE DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, &c, which will render our stock
the largest aud most complete ever bro't
tothe South-west. We tender our thanks
to Physicians and Merchants for their for
mer patronage, and respectfully solicit a
continuance of it, and that of many new
ones. We invite the Physicians of South
West Missouri, who have not laid in their
Spring supplies, to give us a call and ex
amine our stock and prices ; we are con
fident they will be pleased with both.
Our stock consists in part of the follow
ing: rugs and Medicines.
150 or.. Sulph. Quinine,
50 lbs Calomel, American and English,
20 do Blue Mass
40 do spts Nitre dulcis. . ,
25 do Aqua Ammonia, ' ,
4') Lbs powdered Rhubarb,
50 do Cream Tartar,
40 do Bicarb. Soda, '
25 do Tartaric Acid,
.200 do Epsom Salts, ' :
13 do Carb A calc Magnesia
50 do flour Sulphur,
50 tails. Castor Oil,
40 do Alcohol,
40 do Sweet Oil,
40 do Spts. Turpentinp
20 lbs. Balsam Copaiba,
50 do Nitrio Acid,
25 do Oil Vitriol,
15 do muriatic acid, -
10 do carb. Ammonia,
15 do powdered Ipecac,
50 do Roll Sulphur,
Gum arabic, Chloroform, sugar lead, tttA
scillac, opium sulphate, acetate and mu
riate of Morphine, borax, red precipitate,
Corrosive sublimate, Ext. of Butternut,
gentian, belladonna, Hynsciamtls, Dande
lion and colocynth, isinglass, cayenne
pepper, manna, orange peel, Ac, Ac.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c.
Three and Fourfold pocket cases, thumb
lancets, spring do, silver and brass, Cath
eters, Bougies, Specuhtms, tooth keys A
forceps, cupping instruments in cases,
Paints, Oifs, Tye.'SfvJfs, Varnishes,
50 kegs white Lend, No. 1, A pure
SO galls. Linseed Oil,
50 lbs Blue Vitriol,
100 do ground Logwood,
50 lbs Indigo, Spanish float,
50 do Dutch Madder,
50 do Lampblack,
100 do Spanish Brown,
100 lbs Venitian Red,
50 do ext. Logwood,
.5 do Muriate of Tin,
Cochineal, Clnome Green and Yelfow
Spanish whiting, Prussian blue, yellow
ochre, NicaraugR, Paint brushes, all '
sir.es; Rotten stone, Pomice stone, i .
Glue, Copal Varnish, No. 1.
Sponge, tine A coarse, Japan
Varnish, Black do., Coach
do.; a large assortment ;V
of shop furniture,
consisting of Tincture, Specie Jars, Ac,
Oil Bottles, Vials, Ac, Ac. i : ,
Lemon Syrup, do Acid, Candy, Ae. Ac
Uooks, Stationery, &c,
l. S. Dispensatory, Dunglison's Dic
tionary, AVatson's Practice, Carpenter's1
Physiology, Ac, Elementary Spellers,
Goodrich's 1st, 2d, 3d A 4th readers, OL
ney's Geography. Smiley Arithmetic and
Key, Smith's Arithmetic A Grammar, Ac
In short, we have every thing usually .
found in a Drug Store, all of winch wo .
will sell on as good terms for Cash, as the
same can be had out of St. Louts. Par '
tirular attention will be paid to putting up
Physician's Bills all who may send us
their bills, may rest assured that we will '
put up as pure articles, and at, the same j
prices, as if they were present.
BROWN A DUNN.
Warsaw, Mo. May 6, 1848. . , i '
N. B. -Beeswax, Flaxseed Castor Beans:
Feathers, Tallow, Beef Hides and Clean
Rags taken in exchange for any of th
above articles,. B. A D.
FEVER AND AGILE.
IEVERand AGUE, Dumb Ague, Chill
. Fever, Intermittent A Remittent Fe
vers, and all the various forms of Bilious '
diseases, speedily and permanently cured! :
by DK. WATSON'S INDIAN VEOET- ,
ABLE TONIC. '.
This valuable medicine was prepared!
from an extensive practice of several
years in a bilious climate in the Western
States, and w as never known to fail of etf
ring Fe vet and ague, or any of the above
It is equally effectual for the core of Li
ver Comnlaint. Jaundice. Enlargement of '
the Spleen, (called Ague Cake) and tho:,
various forms of bilious diseases, i nese,
with the other various affections of suclv'
climates, arising from a common miasraal , .
cause, are only modifications of the same . -disease,
aud equally controlled by tho '
Residents of bilious climates emigrants
or persons traveling through infected diV '
tricts of country, will not only find Dr.
Watson's Indian Vegetable Tonic a safe,
speedy and effectual cure, but an absolute
Each bottle of medicine is accompani
ed w'ith a pamphlet on the Causes, Treat
ment aud Cure of Fever and Ague, and
other form of bilious disease, containing
much valuable information, and may be j
had gratis of alt authorited agents for trie
sale of the Tonic None genuine without f
the written signature of N. F. Watson Mj
D., on- every bottle, Inventor and Propri
etor. - ' -
Dr. K. EASTERLY, sole General A- -gent
for the Western States, south-east :
corner of 3d aud Chesnut streets, St. Lou
is, Mo. Price $1 per ooiue.
' j For sale by Messrs. Brown A Puiin
Prvgtjists, agents for Warsaw, Mo.