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SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR.
Thus beupdityvei-ohl may they live,
ftThe jolemn Vows '
, JjTMt made, litem man mul ' .
May, tended Jocund joy divine, ....
A''low;fr Hyoten'i throne,
,Atlese-A; veddedovz. f "; ";v..
Wy,r,ayi af hppt and tranquil peace
o E'er, guide their wandering feet
And solace givei that they make
, "Tbelfc'ubtrbd. journey sweet.'
1'kI I .'ul 7. ' r: -tr - '
.-.n-.i,;-i!l'.Tlrrf, .... .
counfv. on Tups.
Jay, iveningi ult., by Hosea Powers,
E(iq kJr.lItsHY C. Cabpekter to Miss
AMAnDA ;AtoA eldest daughter of I UK" ,uvv P"ces uaiwiu aeiy any and
icWktbn, Esq., all of this county. ( ALL CO MPETrTION.
The Prnf?J'.were rernembered, and ; ,, 1 am determined to supply every fJeun
thejhappy couple have our wannest wish- ,rv Merchant, and also all Retail custom
etfor their future prosperity and happi- ersh'ltC"e to thw market With tho ready
- ...i' . . - cf .1 have but the price down so low
.. r. y iney a.ways ,ooK upon U.e
unny side of the picture of lire, and cn-
joy as much of the goods of earth as falls
r, ... , , j .j. , , ;
J.arly, bright, transient, chaste as morning
Mic sparkled, w as exhaled, and went to lorn, ana, maiiulacturlng my own
' 'heaven'. 1 'auna'i NUthl Thr.u.,hi, Go"'u a,1(1 having the advantages of the
i...-, W"gAv"t ,k'J"".' . market my brother, . CHARLES G
' DIEDAt Middlrton. Lafayette conn- ?IA.R'! 'lN. c.0,",lu,ct!"S tbe in . St.
41... "Alt. -.1. .. .
eann, yei mey may meet her again in a
bi tter state of existence, where partin- is
forever unknown. .... .
Van did.ilrVDr ;a'r t in cn i.
, , ('jncriT ATTOftN'EY." .. .
5 "Ve are authorised to announce WML'
J. MAYO. Ki'j- as:; eniididntp fnr firoi.it
Attiirucv fortlu; th Judicial IJisfrirt. .,.r.
prised of tho ovintiesof rjenton, I!ielv(.rv,'i
talla, I'oili.'pedar, &t. Cl'air and Henry. J
AVe are aai'thoiW.ed to an'n1oiii,.cJe.NJARK j
L. M K VNS, K-Ntf. as n. eaii,didale for Cir
cuit Attoru.;. Jriji the 7th Judicial district,
om posli(inh cnuntie.s df Benton, IJ:ck-1
or, Dallas) Polk, Cedar,' St. Clair and!
ntnry. ' " ma.v27
iiomi,i ituiitiii,, .V,,.
""uriiurthe mnntl s'
M' cf July. August
and September, sto-
nincndc uowel eom-
piiiints ravnire i
oitious of liie eoun-1
-v. )nr. third pr!
II the deaths during ;
..t i. i ...::i i !
that period will I.e
the, result of thesi? i
,w . .l..tucitltics. .
For Child reii, !ii Ora iiljers (.'kihtfrn's
P.iti'icfii w Iproj e an infallible prevent-
vh an i cure .
Fur adults : suRerln? under the .worst !
i -r , "" ann urcene, had in business the past sixteen years, en-
nited about sixteen month',' youngest ablcs me to get ip.a tt ck in a far superi
rhild of-C.no. W. find Mary Ann Oathcy, oryle to ay ther.
formerly of .this pliico :.. My patterns nrc the best and most fash-
', .,? .' . . . lonabie that enn be hnd, and are warrant
I.et the weeping parents console them- ed to set and fit as well av those that can
selves with the pleasing reflection that be had nt the most fashionable tailors.
their. fnildTy cherished babe has been ta- ia" 1 "''" liave ever . ,
ken frV'm the evil to coma and although j 1T0,00 GARMENTS,
they cannot call her back' again to consisting of every style and pattern that
formt'.or '1iarrhea Dvsentni v, n!r...'y j ''"' e .c.vuti-acted w ith you, and alledging.
Flux and the Hkf.-jthe Gia-fenderir I) Y8- ''''" tlnwfjre, tliut you have, with
ES'T.i H Y S YU UP iseiiiially lufalliMe. j ""t ciuic , absented yourself lor more than
The tables tf mortali'ty in tiw citv of : ,lu; Pnfe of two years, and that you are.
N. York during the week emliii!,' the lath ! ''-i(uiied to appear before tho said. Circuit
nst..slibw'''hir't gut of deatlii. VAC""r' 0,1 the l,By ol' ,ho next term,
w erf csused by the above disorders i' The wi'" tl coinuience. at the Court-house,
sanA nuip will elsewhere appear. j
Jn 'Fevers, 'l'evtrand A rlie, & the like, I
apartiia t ornvniua istakine
lead of ull'others, aiid.roptains dcnble the
. -V !- ,, ......
Vnnwsifn'0r M.,ss";,,i' '? h' '
ii' ..." , " .1- j ".-,; ;
nijplijcatfons for agencies may be address-;
td. . .. . ....
,F.DV.VRI) BARTON, Sec'y
" New'Yoik. iulv IMH.
. ' ,.'Che above celebrated meuicii.es are j
for sale at Warsaw, by
BENNETT i SIIl-PARD
'Final Settlement. .
TOTICE is hereby given that the mi-1
dersiffHeil will apply at the next No-J
V ember tenn of the t. Clair County court
for a final settlement pf my administration
of the estate cf Len.ne) IIutTman, dee'd.
CALVIN WALDO, Adm.
sept9-4t2 . ...... , .,,
iflSSSJEi BUSiL,roturni,her gr
aektowledirments to the citixens of.
Warsaw ands icinity, for the liberal pat-
rot age she has received, and bcjrs leave
to aiinmince that, her next session will
comaiesica oil Oi? .First Monday in Octo
ber is:t.Tuitioa $3 00 per quarter
Needle Work, SI 50. . ,ILl-IIours from 9
sVclockCA. M. tq P. M. . sep(2
. FLOURFllOUR!! fc
I'jlVi.HT Quality 15 ',000 Lbs.' first rate
r.atUcfa bf Flour, for sale a,t $1 50 per
h'uh3red''lbs.'' Oall immediately if you
ieplS BENVETT A SIIEPARD'S. '"
Final Settlement.: T ' ''
ILL 'persons Interested are hereby nod
ded, that the undersigned, administra
tor of the estate of William A. McDon
ald, dee'd., wpl at the next October term
r iVi nphtnn 'Countv Court, a no lv for a
final .eUleuiisiik of hfs administrstioii cf
aaid estate. '
,. 'JAMES PROWDER, Adm'r. .
tne eeleimitCd fJi a;renberg Vegetable Pills ' ' -"""".vr imp miui uui, or uie same in
and';cVriVi tHtter't are the only reliable I e taken as confessed.
inedii'iiies, and-t,hey. should hit procured 'lest:- i .
without ft moment's elay. Tlie Griffeii-1 F. A. I' INN ELL, Clerk
her fiainanariUa ('ornvniud is takine tho I : By.,V, N. Jon es, D. C.
, , , John T Martin's ,
or utneJ $ noted Established Warehouse
For Cheap ff Fashionable
: ,OVo. 118,
formerly fro. 114, Main St., St. Louis.
Motto t am determined to sell lower than
any other house in the U. States.
Goods are rushinz in bv every Ducket I
The house is 4iow filled I Three large ito
ries crowded with goods I My stpek this
fall Will bp trpmpnrlntl lofvi. Uii fn .,
cceding any eter before received, and at
as to m,ake it a matter of impossibility for
any house to oflcr the same inducements,
11 '"tVe apparent to every one that I can
doit possessing the advantages that I do
purcuasing, manufacturing and selling
for nothing but Cash, or No. 1 City paper.
x mi uriuenuuus amount 01 DUS1UCSS 1
Up Wl11 enable me to sell at a very small
profit, which I.always have done, and will
rontiiiu9 to do. . Residintriu the City oi
. .. . ""! ................ . UII.C
win. ue worn. , .
. f MaS
ted yoq "thcir's is
deceived by those who
Martin's" lor there
are numbers that do, and are mean enough
; to stoop hi anything. Beer in mind that
! my store is NO. 1 IS, iiwtiad of NO. 114.
' I 'I'l.n M .... .I..l 1 1., I
altered, makes my storj. No. 118. In
'.'""'t " will find the naire in mammoth
gilt letters . v
On top of (he house a large No. J13.
have the ljnest and deepest Clothing
Varehoiise in the west.. And. Remember,
thiit 1 have but one s'ore in the city.
To ('uiitit nf Mcrebonts. All ordrrs
tnanklully received, and arranged to .be
packed c jrrectly, at the lowest cash prices.
'Ti no (rouble to thovi Goods!
?ept2 ... J NO. T. MARTIN.-'
STATK OF MISSOURI, ) ..
Cor nt v or IIenhv. ' ) "
Til the Ctrevil Court, in vacation, 1utnist
I0!h, 18-iS. .
MtAiiv Win n:, )
vs. , Rill for iJi
IVi iknci; Wimt. )
. "A .
TO PATIENCE WHITE
U lire hereby notified Hint the said
j it. complainant Meady VJiite, has eom-
menred jn the .Circuit . Court of Henry
j I'oimlv.'.i suit by bill.'pr'avinff to be" divor-
I-Fl1 'he bonds of matriinmiy hereto-
in taid county, on the, tilili M"day after
,lie '",';l' Mnlay in September, ,18-IH,
oug.in-.Sw-9. Prs. fee $9 tH).
( ) N N ex S BONN ETS
Ilfew bonnets yet left.wh
We have, a
ich w e will (.ell
at cosmo close tne lot call soon. , .
,5 BENNETT & SUBPART)
FIVER INN AGUE.
i.i EVER and AGUE, Dumb Ague, Chill
. Fever, Ifiterinittent & Remittent Fe
vers, and all the various forms of Bilious
diseases, speedily and permanently cured
bv DR. WATSON'S INDIAN VEGET
This valuable medicine was prepared
fr.0111 ail extensive practice of several
yetrs in a bilious climate in the " estern
States, and was never known to fail of cu
ring Fever and ague, or any of the above
diseases. . . . i
. It is eijtia'Jy effeictuej for the cure of Li
ver Coinplaiut, Jauudjre, Enlargement of
the Spleen, (called Ague Cake) and the
various formsiif bilious diseases. These,
with the other, varjius alTectoiis of, jicu
limates. arisine from a coiumon miismal
cause, are only viodiuca.tiois of. tj-.a.enme
disease, and equally controlled byr the
same remedy. , ( . . . -
Residents of bilious climates, emigrants
cr persons traveling through. Infected dis
tricts of country, will not only find Dr.
Watson's Indian Vegetable Tonic a safe,
speedy and effectual ciire, hut an absolute
preventive. . .1-1 v
Each bpttle of medicine is accompani
ed with a pamphlet on the Causes, Treat
ment and Cure qf Fever and Ague, and
other form of bilious disease, containing
much valuable .information, and, may be
had gratis of all authorised agents for (lie
sale of the Tjulc.i None iteuuine without
the written signature of N- F Watson, M.
D., on every bottle, Inventor and Propri
ctor. '-'' ' '
Dr. E. EASTERLY, sole General A
gent for the Western States, south-east
corner of 3d and Chesnut streets, St. Loi
is, Mo. Piice I per bottle. . t
- For sale by Messrs. Brown A Dunn,
Druggists, agents for Warsaw, Mo." '
rilHE best qnality ever sold in Warsaw,
l'.uch as Churns, Jars, Crocks & Jugs.
aug5 , BENNETT A SHEPARD.
PtTTSBURQ COTTON , YA HN. 19
00) Lbs. ail numbers, from 5 to 12 for
saW theap by B. A SHEPARD.-
Br. E. EASTERLY'S
Medicated Strengthening Plaster
THIS plaster has been prepared under
the immediate eye and superintend
ence of an old physician, who is a gradu
ate, of theri University or Pennsylvania,
and.has, had extensive. practice for more
than SO years in treating the various dis
eases incident to, this country. (fIIe confi
dently recommends, this Plasty fiom a
thorough knowledge, of itsircs, . to be
sup(eiior to every Plaster now in.use.- By
keeping ijp, a gentle perspiration, it Lj ad
mirably .adapted for.J.'ains or Weakness
in the Breast, Side, Back or Limbs; also,
for the Gout, Rheumatism, Enlargement
of the Spleen, Livef Complaint and.Dys
pepsiaj and for Coughs, Colds Asthma,
Dilhculty of Breathing, Oppression of the;
Stomachy Ac. To all persons predjsposed
to Consumption, or W'ho 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
superior 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 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.
Louis, Mo., and by agents throughout the
Western States. apl25
' For sale by Brown & Dunn, Drug
gists, agents for Warsaw, Mo.
S.nfTteS TOA EC &YRHF
Or Vegetable Febrifuge,
ttf speetly,'snfe and certain cure for JIGUE
& FllVKll, Chill-fiver, Dumb-J) 'gut,
Intermittent Fcxers, and pit the various
forms cf Billious disyists. ,
fIIIS valuable medicine is undoubtedly
X . the safest and suiest remedy .ever dis
covered for the fjre of the abojre named
diseases. It n;i only breaks thetchill, but
removes the cause Irom which the disease
originates. Its operation is both eeneral
and. special. While it acts generally up
on, (he whole system, as a most powerful
alterative, purifying the fluids, reeimi'the
solids fi'Qm all morbid secretions, and re
inviiiorating and bringing up all the vital
energies to a standard ol permanent
health, it at the same time exerts a speci
fic influence upon the liver, digestive fir-
mis and lymphatic and irlandular sys
tems, ( xcitiin; them to heathful activity,
removiu,?. all jnorhid, ;iiutter, cuualizinur
the circulation, restoring their proper and
necessary secretions, ,thtis accomplishing
a complete renovation front disease, anil
restoration to sound and peunautnt health.
1 hose who re snflenns with tho nro.s-
tratintc AGUE' FEVERS common in
the West and Sputh .'hose whose consti
tution have become enfeebled by the use
of mercury, quinine, or otier violent me
dicines, should resort nt once to the use of
this VALUABLE MEDICINE.
It i,cured and will cure the most ob
Travelling witii the circulation it pours
its healing current through every vein and
artery of the human body. The whole
animal economy is made to undergo a tho
rough fadiral change Even ,the. .mind
partakes of the healthful process, and life,
that before appeared one dreary waste, be
gins again to seem worth possessing., .
1 Pamphlets: respecting this ..Valuable
Medicine, can be obtained of the Agents
gratis. , v
, CAUTION ! . ...
As there arc many suurioutpreparations
of similar name hawked about the conn,,
try, and sold on the reputation of the rep
utation,pf the eenuine n- .
SMITHS TONIC SYRUP. ... .,
We therefore bejr. leave to caution .fne
public against imposition, as we. cajmot
hold ourselves responsible for the cU'ect,
which may result from the use of spurious
articles. ... , , -
S. W Corner 8d & Chesnut st. St. Louis,
..General Agent for the. West.
1 The genuine Smith's Tonic Syrup is al
so for sale by the undersigned agents.
BROWN & DUNN, Warsaw,
R. J. McELHANEY,
. "Springfield, Mo.
and B. F. &.T. B. WALLACE,
J. A. TUTT A On, Calhoun.
COX i McCLAIN Oseola,
Read y rMaj.l,e, ,lothing;.
6)6) DOZ Summer Coats Pants k Vests,
for sale at what the. cloth costs, (ma
king thrown in.) .-junel7 . B. & S.
. , . Sugar and Coffee !
THE ocsf ana cheapest in tdwn.' V'e' can
prove, what we say. s ..;,., ..
aug5 . BENNETT &SIIEPARD.
, Final Settlement.
VLL persons interested in the' estate of
of Hiram K. Dillon, dee'd., late of
Benton county, are hereby notified that
the undersigned will apply at the next Oc
tober term of the Comity Court for taid
county, for a final settlement of his admin
istration Of said estate. '
, THOMAS DILLON, Adm'r.
, . Final Settlement.
VOTICE is herebv iriven to all creditors
1 and others interested in .the estate of
William Simpson, dee'd, that at the next
October term of the Benton county court,
I will make application for a final settle
ment of ray administration of said estate.
JOHN TINDLE, Adm'r.
NOTICE is hereby given to all credit
ors and others interested in the estate
of Sophia Baldwin, dee'd., that at the next,
October term of the Benton County Court,
I. will make application for a final settle
ment of my administration of aid estate.
., SAUDIS 1). BALDWIN,
n.ngl!Mt-2a . ndmr.
( v At your own Trice!
S,tjne season for selling Summer dress
. Goods is drawing to a close, and we al
so wish to make 4-ooin for an immense stock
of Fall and Winter, Goods, we will now
sell our Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, Be
rages, 4ic. , &c, aLyeur own price 1 Re
collect that wc.have the prettiest assort
ment in-town, and .the price .tiall not spoil
a trade,. , Puriiascrs should, not let this
opportunity pass, without securing somo
o . the, baigains which we shaH olTer.
aug5 BENNETT & SHEPARD.
,., . . , Juniata Nails."
iiEGS all sizes, from 4d to20d,and
llooring brads for sale cheap bv
aug5 B ENN ET T & S 1 1 EPA R D.
riHe large A commodious Tavern stand
.1-, known as the -
Warsaw illansioti House.,
in the city of Warsaw. This .house is in
good repair, and from its many conven
iences, cannot fail to suit any person wish
ing to embark in the business. It is situa
ted on the South-west corner oT the Pub
lic Square, in the most imposing and com
manding situation in the city. A. so, a
large and commodious stable, all of which
will be tented on accommodating terms,
and possession given 011 the 1st of Janua
ry next. For further particulars, inquire
j'uly'29-tf JAS. H. MILLER.
Dli. WISTAR'S HALS AM
OF WILD CHERRY.
The Great Remedy for Consumption of the
l.ungs, AJIechiw oj Hie irjui.t, Uronch
Hk, Asthma, J'aiii or Weakness of Qie
Brfmt or Lvngn, Chronic Couglis, Plru
ri:y, Hemorrhage of the Lungs, and all
Affections if the Pulmonary organs.
"Vf ATURE'S OWN PRESCRIPTION,
is - A compound balsamic preparation
of the Pruns Virginia, or M Cherry
Bark, combined with.the extract of the tifr,
prepared by a new ctiemical process, ap
proved and recommended by the most dis
tinguished physic iaus,.a nd universally ac
knowledged the most Viiluable medicines
ever discovered. - t
We do not wish to. trifle with the lives
or health of the altlicted, and w e. sincere
ly pledge ourselves to. make no assertions
as to the virtues of this medicine, ,and to
hold, out no hope to sufleting humanity,
which facts will not warrant.
Ve ask the attention of the candid to a
few considerations. Nature, in every part,
of her works, has left indelible marks of
adaptation and design. :.
. .The constitutions of the animals and the
vegetables of the torrid pre suehtlvit they
rould not endure the cold of the frigid
zone vice versa. . .
jn regard to disease find its cure, the a
dr.ptation Is no less striking. The moss of
Iceland, the wild cherry and pipe of all
northern latitudes, (the Balsam is a chem
ical extract of these) have long been eel-,
ebratcd for complaints prevalent only in
warm climates. Indeed the mosi distiiir
guished men haveaverred that nature furr
uishes in every couutiy antidotes for its
own peculiaruiseases. ., .
Consumption, in its confirmed and inci
nient stages, coughs, asthma, croup, and
liver complaint, form by. far the most fatal
class of di3eas.es known to our land.
Yet even these raay be cured by mean
ofthe simple y.et.powerlul remeditv which
axe, .scattered wnereve those maladies
prevail,., , . 4. ,.-.. . u.
,Scrqeiy a mail arrives from any point
in t))e we.st, but .that brings us news of the
most cheering character which, goes still
fftrther( if more evidence were necessary)
to establish the reputation of this great
remedy. .1,1 .
I i None can be genpine without the
names of Henry WUtar M. D., and Sart
ford & Park ari found j:jPn the .wrapper.
No medicine called Syrup of. Wild Cher
ry, or Wild Cherry JliMcrs nan be relied
upon. They may not bei.c fit, but actually
injure the patient. v
"DR. WISTAR'S, BALSAM OF
WILD CHERRY" is the only remedy to
which invalids should resort lor the cure
of puhdonary complaints.
1 HENRY BLAKSLEY A Co., S. W.
corner of 3d and Chesnut streets, sells the
above medicine. Price $1 per bottle.
Sold also by ' . . 1 ,
BROWN & DUNN, -Warsaw,
B. F. A T. B. WALLACE, Clinton.
JAS. A.TL'.TT 4 Co. Calhoun
. COX Jt McCLAIN, Oseola, 1
JL this popular Tobacco Just landed from
the "Wave' forsaleby -
junel7 ,B. & SHEPARD.
1 MINTED LAWNS, of most beautiful
. styles at from 18 to cents, at
maj6 : ; , . J. ATKISSON.
Jr. Bragg ' Pills Driumphant!
Further Evidence Great Excitement pud
Panic amongst theCalomel Doctors-Disastrous
consequences o f lhevqf &JUh
e.ral Medicines--Tjimely intervention. of
Indian (Jueen vegetable Sugat Coaled
Pills tq shvo a whole, neighborhood from
the awful ravages of that fell dretroyer,
iHsease, in theforns ff Ague, Bilious,,
Congestive and, Tyjthus Fevers-ltead
and be convinced !
Vah Me Res, Ark, April 15, 1818. ' ,
... Dr. Bragh Dcat Sir: During the past
summer and fall, the various forms of bil
ious Fever were very prevalent and often
fatal in this section of country. Our wor
thy none-such physicians, puffed up with
pride and vain smioelt, persisted in their
antiquated practice with that universal
panacea, calomel, with such (Unbounded
success, that one on two, panic-struck,
scampered olf and left their patients with
ature and her iiielfsctnal efforts to, repair
the mischief they had done. ' In ote fam
ily, four,, cases resulted in death, in the
short space of Jour days ; ,in somei cases
three or four days alier the exhibition of
calomel, great prostration, tympanitic con
dition of the abdomen, and perforation of
tne bowels were the result of this, heroic
treatment, and to provejt so to their weep
ing friends, a post mortem examination
would reveaUhe fact. After findine their
practice altogether ineffectual, they cnm
10 me wise conclusion to give no inediciflo
at all, but continue to visit their patients
ami nruer Hayseed tta ns di uik, and a
poultice of the same applied to the bowels :
when this failed, with sago look, and little,
faith it hearis full of apprehension, they
would confers to their friends their full con
fidence in the application of blisters from
head tojfoot you may gucss.the result. .
j Jn this dilemma and universal consterna
tion,. one of your travelling agents passed
through our neighborhood, 'and made lib
eral d cposites ofyour.vegetahlc medicines,
and distributed pamphlets, ond Use "Sun,"
to sued a genial and benignaL-t;liaht.poii
this benighted, and apparently.. dev,o-
ted land. ,f,he manna sent to the Chil
dren of Israel, in the wilderness, was not
hailed with more hearty thanks than were
your. health-restoring Pills in this awful
crisis. The people were prepared to re
ceive them, or any thing that premised
them relief from their apparently imnendr
ing fate. .1 have watched their progress,
anu tne eileets they, produced ui hundreds
of cases and am happy to give my feeble
testimony to their entire and triumphant
eflicacy, in restoring health in a few days,
in every instance, when they, have been
taken in 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 again, as many of your a
gents are out of pijls, and the sickly sea
son is, apprgaching. - ,,
With best wishes for you success,
lam truly yours,
"V'For sale w holesale and retail, at the
MISSOURI COLLEGE OF HEALTH,
No. 51, North street, Louis. t
Forsaleby BROJVjYSr QUXX, Wnrsmb.
:.y Also, by G. W Rive's and J W Bird,
Benton CowUyi AJO Moore, J W Filler b
Leachman, Holloa;-. X Piiice, John
Jones, W Montgomery, Williams & Pcaik
and Reed Bennett. Buffalo; S R.RobertSj
Brie; Waldo McCulinch, Oseola; K. Pat
terson, Dalian P O.; C Humes,. Pleasant
I'ratrir; Daniel Darby, Piltsburglu
. first, and Last Call! ,.
ILL those having notes or accounts with
us due prior.to the first day of January
last, are hereby no titled that unless immev
diate payment is made, such notes and ac
counts w ill be placed in the hands of the
proper jbflicer for collection. We mean
just what we . say we want money and
m'ist have it. -v 1
june24 BROWN Jt DUNN.
lUE have a sjilendid assortment for sale
ll lower thiLU ever before by
jiinel7 13. & SHEPARD.
1 . . , , e . j
ii tne neurit Circuit oitrt .
OCTOBEU TERM 1848.
IlrNRV HUKTLY 1
'. !:, Vs. Petition for Divoi-c.e.
RPTII Ht'STLV. N
TO RUTH IIUXTLY: f ,
"YTOU..are hereby notified that..IIeny
I Htintiy has filed his petition in vaca
tion of .the Henry Circuit Court, the, .ob
ject and genctal nature of which is to jb
tain a divoipe from the bonds of umtii
mouy contracted with yo-i; and unless
you be and appear before the Judge of our
Henry Circuit Cnirl, on the fint day of the
next term of saj.d Court, to be hnldeji ja the
town of; C'intnn, in. the. county of Henry
and, State aforesaid, oi the fifth-Monday
after the fourth Mopdny . in September
next, am) answer said bill, the same will
be taken as confessed. -
F. A. PINNELL, Cl'k.
jul 22-8t-?5 ef Henry G. C.
, I t
S A LT! S A LTH ;S A LTl'I'J
10.0QSACKS f-ceimd aitimbajt, very
large and full, for sale cheap by B. & S.
& Lbs. of Sugar orfl
WE are selling the best quality of Su
gar, much bettejtthan , ny 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. ' Dou't for
get this fact, but come and let us prove it
to you." .
juuel7, BENNETT & SHEPARD.
fkCYTHES. Grain. O'rsss and Brush
tScythes, SneaJs and scythe stone, for
sit tlieaj) lor cash Ij , , U. K o.
rhiUUclpliia Antt.fi iiit.
WE have Just ree'd. from Philadelphia
and St. Louis, a fresh and wel I assort
ed stock of GOODS, which we respect
fully solicit the people of enton county
and South-west Missouri generally to call
and examiner Tbey.were purchased low,
and will be sold very cheap, eonsistinf of
50 Bags best Kip Cnlfce,. 10 Hilda. Sugar,
5 bbls Molasses, fi(X lbs. com. & best
loaf Sugar, WhUk.cy, ,J3raed ,
Port Wise, coin. &,fiiie, Mal
aga A Madeira do., eack
A bbl S.lt Tj Gun
powder j Imp.. A
I pepper, guiger, .
. Indigo, maddert alum, .
i , ropperaj.sulera'.UJ, rosirt, ..
brimstone, sp Sl tallow candles',
Window glass (all sizes,) powd-ss,
v lead, allot, nails, iron, castings, cotton
yarns, linseed A castor oils, w hite lead, A.o.
' 'Mv general assortment nK,
41IARDWAKE & QUEENSWATE,
Palm leaf,, Rutland, Panama, Ruscii., Be
; ver. Fnrjind; Wool Hats, all qualities;
BOOTS h . SHOES, .a .splendid .stok ;
K:j"Printe; rnssiuieres, cloths, sattinet-y
Janes, all kinds ; Gents and boys siimnii f
wear, a large lot of heavy Domestics
besides fashionable bonets,lawns,alpseas
jaconets, CAmbtios Jc almost evexy'thint
else, which they think ace worthy the at
tention of the community.. -J."'.! pv
EVERETT & ASH BUR V, ..
.In the Square Top Frame.
Warsaw, Junt 17, 18-18. ., . .f
ST A". B. We purchase almost every
description of produce. E. A A.
I .i . ' i.,r- -
BOOTS & SHOES. We have;on handi
the largest essortmcpt ol- Boots and.
Shoes in Warsaw among them, arc Calf,
Kip, Seal and thick; Bootsmen'(i Calf,
Morooco, Kip and thick, Shjoes-J Ladies'.
Gaitor and Morocco. Boot.4, .half gaiten,
kid, calf and kip SlwteA, kid,!ealf and seal
SlippCBs,' kid and alf, Buskins, Misses'
goat find seal ; Shoos and Slippers, Boys'
coarse and. kip -Shoes, Chiklren's. seal,
morocco, coif and-gaitot Shoes, &c, ic.
all fr sale cheap br ' l"f .' ' 1 ' '
june3 BENNETT SHEPARD.
. ORvU!S.CUEltSE; .
7 E havo nbw a-dot on hand, and will.
be supplied throughout the season.
with, this celebrated Cheese. F.I'AtH .
junta BENNETT 4i SHEPARD. -
t Who S'9,nt Tif Now ?' . .
i Bbls. North Car(linft Tar, just land
,il ed from St. ; Leuis'Oak, fiirsttle by,.
june3 BENNETT A SHE PAR D.
TT For $&fniy Js$.', N ,
r Bbls. best Cider Vinegar, 5 do Noi I.
f and '2 Mackerel. 10 do' N, and Susst-'
hnuse Molasses-10,000 Lbs. best Sprki
River Flour, for sale by ll.tS.
rr ri '-rJ '
j ...More Soft Jfats!,:
6i DOZEN Moaterev, Hats of. the softest
kind. iust ree'd per Oak. bv
BENNETT A SHEPARD.
AND STILL LATKH!
I)F,R Ft- Lou id Oak and (Wave, sund-.
. ries .as below, which I nlfer low. t.
make room lor w.hat is coming by next
boat Saleratus, rice, sugar, coffee, nails,
maddei1, indigo, molasses,; peppermint A,
l ;om Cr..n;.i. t,..,... i.-
soap, .tobacco, candles, candy, almonds, i
figs, crackers, aJlspice, mackerel, ct tton
yai'jn, tubs, soythesasnd siekles, Ac, Ac,
ail o( sale low at io. w. . ! ,
may27 R. C. HENRY.
ARRIVAL AT NO. .46! ,
TJER Steamer Lightfoot, of ,a large and
A general assortsiuMit of staple Groce
ries, comprisiirg in. part ;.
9(1 fa Bb,s Kaimwha SaH, . si f ,
i7 if .45 do old Rectified Whiskey.
S.doame.nBrandyV ' ' '
lido Cogniac ,. '2 hf ih French ,
1 do Peach do 2 bhis4nal wine,
2 do Madeira, 2 hf do Port do,,
10 boxes Candy 1 10 botcee Raisin
10 do Olaret Wine.and Cherries,
i .2 do Lemon Syrup. .
100,000 Lbs. assuited iron, .. .
2tKKdo i do,. Castings,
51 Sacks Uio Codec, .,
4r llhd Sugar. '
vlLSiOn-5 cases boots, 4 do kip Shoes,.
2 dot fin calf boots,. 2 do fine do shoes.
2 do ptMitpa, 3 do coarse, bragtwiw, )
10UU Yds bale.Osrfarmrg-V VAX! 4-4 bro.
Domestics, lt,0O dp 1-9 do do. '
For sale at No. 46- ; rnjiyS? '
. . i'aiited Immediately !
Sflrtnfl w Gftldum Silver.-'t,., j
JWUUlO.OOO lbs. clean litien and
' I ' v jetton rail's, ut s-.k
600 bush. (Caor beans
600 do .Flaxseed,- ,
, CW.do 'fallow, , . "
, , 6(10 0 Beeswax, .', i .
In exchange for aay-of that-above artU .
ries, will be civeu Drugs iwwl Medicines, ,
an isortsiof faints, UKs ausl UyestutTs,
School Books, letter and .can paper, win-
dow-flscss, arnishesfAeiAe.by t , .
mayaj , jjKO A DVaN
Perfu.m?rv, I'ancy.wl r tides &c.
COLOONiE, Rase Wate,BeaiJ grease, ,
Bean Oil, Ox Marsow, Macassar Oil,, '
Hair Brushes, Tooth do., Violin, String,
all sixes ) silk and- cotton purses, fine,
peeket.coiuhs, pocket .books, silk, watcb.
Ciiards, Ac, tor sale at tha-Dniir .iSKirc,
iow by mayaO .. ,B. A DUJNN. .
PALERATUsT. . Rice, PepwsrTfiinger,'
1 Spice, Cloves, Cinnamon bark,;Ac, fur
sale by mayJO
B. A DUNN.
SMOKlNftTOBAOCO,. Pipes A match
es, for sale at the Drusr Store by ' .'
may-JO,, BRQWN A DUNN.
UYMN BOOKS.-Dupuys, Christian'
and Methodist Hymn Iluuks, for sale
at the Drug Store by
asjl3 BROWN DUNN.!