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SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR.
"""" Copartnership Notice.
flUIE undersigned have this day formed a
I Co-partnership under the firm of Henry
A Borland ,
R. C. HENRY,
WM. P. BORLAND.
AVarsaW; Mo. Oct.'Jth, 118.
To those most concerned.
ALL those indebted to me either by note
or account, would do well to eoiiie for
ward and make immediate payment, as
money I must have from some source, and
none no jhbnorable as the one I intend to
pursue. As but a short time can be allow
ed to any, I would be pleased you would
takehdvnhtnge of it, and save me the un
ideasant duty that 1 will me to perform
in case of failinc. Tf'Call at the store of
Messrs. Henry A norland, and you will
rind me at all times.
. oct28 ' R. C. ITEA'RY.
M ; ,
TtfOTlCE is hereby given that the City
i-i Taxes lor 1S48, arc now due and pay
able. The Collector may be found at al
most any hour of the day, loafing; about
the strct t. ready and willing; to receive and
receipt for all amounts now due.
. .. ED. ALEXAADER,
or(28" City Collector.
1Unti:cs ! Ilu:ai:ars !
DR. D. JAYNE, would hereby inform
the public that he publishes nnnuaily for
gratuitous distribution, by himself ami all
his Agents, an Almanac, called
tjnyne's Medical Almanac,
'AND GUIDE TO HEALTH.
The calculations for this Almanac are
rnde with great rare and accuracy and for
live dih'orcnt Latitudes nnd Longitudes, so
as to make them equally useful as a Onl
endiir in every part of the United States
nml Eritih North America '1 hey arc
printed on good paper, nnd with handsome
new tvj. mid ere nent y bound, and be
sides t inir the neatest nml most accurate.
Cnleiidniprintod in the Lulled Slates, they
routair a lame amount ot valirihlu iafer-
imilinn, suited to the w ants of nil, and cf
that kind too, which cannot be found j:i
MIS CATA LOGUE OF DISEASE?,
with remarks and directions lor their rt-
moval is really invaluable, and make them
welcome visiters m every house they en
ter. l-.verv laiinlv shi;ulil possess at lens
one of these Annuals. His Alumnae for
1810 is now ready Cor distrihutien, of whir!
he designs to publish at least Two Millions,
nnd in oilier that every taniiiy m the I'm
ted States and British Aiierica, maybe
fui nished w ith a copy, he hereby invites
MERCtl.ViTS A STOREKEEPERS
to forwnrd their orders to him as early as
"iiosisilile and they shall bo sin. plied G It AT
Ul'IOLSLY with as many copies ns they
may uepiu ncces-my to sunprv their van
oils customer. They are !o invited at
the same time, to ml their musinkss
' c inn," which will be printed and placed
the ciivrrol the Almanacs sent them
nlso without chnnrc.
They are also requested to give all no
ressnrv directions how the AIiiihiiucs
should be Inrwnrdcd to tliem, H v law
they rami it bo sen! by mail unless the po.s
tagi is first paid on them hcie.
Oiifers hot paid.) direetod to DR. D
J.l YE, Philadelphia, will meet with
prompt attention. -
FAMILIES can obtain these AL
MA SACS Gratis of
n. C. MFA'UY
A gent for the sale of Dr. Jttynu's Cole
1) in fi it Family Medicines.
Wn'.saw, Oct 1 l-"J6-3w.
JFcfT,rfM City Meant
ri'tll subscriber would inform the pub
M lie that he has in successful operation
n spleAdid new Steam Ferry Hon!, now
plyiiitj "ponst autly between the wharf at
Jefferson City nnd the oppo.ite shore. He
ha procured good nnd substantial floats,
or lauding boats, and horses, wagons,, Vc,
may at all times cross the river with ease
nnd security, nnd in the short time of two
minutes iin.l a half.
The roads leading from Hannibal and
St. Chnijes, in the direction of Arkansas
nnd Texas, are now in excellent condi
tion, and as the route by Jetlerson City is
forty of fifty miles nenrer than any other,
the facilities of a good Steam Ferry Boat
at this point renders it the nrost desirable
ior crossing the Missouri river.
Tftere will be no detentions, nnd the lit
mus rare will be taken to prevent any
Jefferson City, Oct. 21, 18-i8-:2.
NOTICE is hereby jnven tlmt ilia un
dersigned has obtained from the Judge
of the Probate Court of Cedar County,
letters' of administration oil the estate of
Noah' W. Siinrell, dee'd., bearing date the
14th (!ay of September, 18-18.
All persons having claims against said
estate,; are hereby notified to present them
for allowance within one year from the
date ot Jtaid letters, or they may be pre
chided'froin having any benefit of said es
tate, and if such claims nre not presented
within, three years, they will be Joriver
. SAMUEL SIMRELL, adm'r.
ILL persons' interested are hereby noti
fied that the undersigned, administra
tor of the estate of Rowland McDauiel
dee'd., will. t the next November term
of the Henry County Court apply for a
final sfUlement of our administration of
aid estate. -
.,. HANNAH McDANIEL, Adtn'x.
JP.O. S. LING LB,' Adm'r.
aoi tcU for sale by
In the mercantile business i
O" Unheard-of Low PriceiMuhufactu
lurtrn ruined! Immense arrival of new
Fall and Winter Goods, at
BENNETT & SnEPAHD'3
fE have Just returned from St. Louis,
and having found all kind of Goods
selling at such ruinous low prices, we were
tempted to purchase more than double the
amount which we usually lay in at this
season of the year; These Goods nre
now open and exposed for sale, and we
feel justified in saying that we are offer
ing them at from 23 to 50 per cent, cheap
er than ever before. t
All our Goods for the use of the Ladles
have been selected with our usual well
known good taste, and are wart-anted to bo
of the latest nnd best styles. Dense give'
us a call before purchasing, nnd if low
prices will sell them they are bound to go.
oet7 B ENNETT & SI1 El' A RD.
SANCY GOODS. Fringes and Gimps
of oil colors it widths, worsted hoods,
comforters, mitts, shell nnd horn, tuck nnd
side Combs, hooks and eyes, dolls, jewel
ry, gloves, hosiery, pins,"ncedles, fir., Ac.
lor sale c heap by B. A SHEPARD.
CALICOES. 2.r)0 pieces English nnd A
. niericnii Calicoes, selected with our
well known good taste, and selling at pri
ces ruinous to file manufacturer.
oct7 I ENNETT A SHEPARD.
f I biter JJrcss Goods.
VE have Hip largrst stock
Goods ever exhibited in this
place. Among them are
lllt.rk. P rin and Fig'd. Alpacns, Phiid
end Modecnl'd. do., Oregon cml Cal
if tenia Plaids, Muslin tie Latum
mid Cashmere?, col'd. and
I' lit id JA;isr:s, eU'.
V e are selling tt.cm
23 per cent cheap
ly A SHEl'AHD.
er than last year.
tl' ANTED to purchase a Negro
S.A " Volutin, between tin ngts of
- IS and .'".(I years oik1 (hat has been
accustomed to do house work for which
a fair price in CASH will be paid, if im
mediate application is made to
scptSO-tr i J AS. H. LAV,
' 10 miles N. W. of Warsaw.
JLixt vf MsCtttrn
0 E.MA IMNG in the Post Ollice in War
li saw, Alo. on the 1st day of Oct., ls;-t.
Armstrong A. Dr. 3 Anderson Aaron en
Allison Jbireh P. Stone
Allen Louisa Miss Angleii Adieu
Alexander d'eo. (Judge)
lilakey J unes
Criuil'ord Hum Dr.
iilttkey J110 A
( 'Linton Benjamin
Cales Rioli'd. S
Cannon John II
Cuuiiingli.ini J T
Curd Kicli'd S
Dntiean ..lines M
Edis William U
, I'reeinan Jeptlia
Hoier Geo W
Horn J R
Hihhert Charles 2
Hill John li
Gibson lLtw k i lis
Htiichisnii N Dr
I l.irmaiiil John
tlluiiipli I iirmn T
Y Morton James
. P-ince Daniel
Sharp L B '
liilbliey iUria 1)
Ilaj bourn Tlios M
Sherdson Elder '
Sinarl James -Siniili
Syrene F .
Sharp Geoige V
Tili'one J E
Thorp George W
Turner John P
11. I-t.UIx A K L, r. Al.
O" Persons calling for any of the above
letters, will please say "adrertisexl."
, SEPTEMBER 20, 1848!
IS now rec'eiVing a splendid stock of
Fall ami Winter Dry Goods,
whibh he is oUVring at extremely '-low
paces." ine puonc are respecttuiiy in
vited to call ana examine 11U stock.
15 Ilhds. N. O. Sugar,
50 w it Coflee,:
50 llbls Ohio Whiskey,
10 do Cog. St Am. Brandy,
JO dp Wines, asi'd.
5,000 Lbs. Cotton" Varns,
being ree'd and for lile at low prices by
DRY C.OODS, fresh A handsome styles
ef all kinds, suit-Able for the season,
for sale very low by J. ATKISSO.N.
1)K. MORTIMER'S Tonie Mixture
warranted to cure or no pay I
DR. HAltSTOYVS "KOLLYGOG,"
positively a certain cure.
mThruston's, Wutson's Snppineton's,
Spedden's and other popular Tills for sale
low also Quinine, at cost lv
septL'3 JAS. AT'KISRON.
lirHEAT, FlaxseefT, Ilecswax, Dry
ii Hides, Tallow and Deer Skins, for
Ttthich (he highest, prices will be paid by
septal .BENNETT ifc SHEPARD.
of July, August
nnd September, sfo
ihiints lavage many
lortions of the conn
try. Ojie third of
all the denlhs during
that ieriod will be
the result of these
For Chiiiii en, the (
I esnnrea will prove an iii'ulliblc prevent-
ive nml cute.
for adults, sutlenng under the worst
forms of riiarrhn a. Dysentery, Bloody
Flux and the liKe. the Gra-feiiberg I) YS-
y.ji7.1(i'l Si II l P is equally infallible.
The tables of mortality in the city of
N. York during f!;e week ending the 13th
inst., sl ow that out of 21 deaths, 10G
were caused by the above disorders ! The
same intio will elsewhere nppenr. i
In Fevers, Fever and Ague,ic the like, 1
the celebrated (I'rn-fenberg Yetjrlnblr Fill
nnd Jfeiillh liifter: are the only reliable
medicines, and they should be procured
without a liniment' delay. The Gra-fen-
berg Sorsnvrrri!!:! Compound is taking ihe
lend of n'l others, and contains double the
number of doses of r.ny other. j
Tin Gem i il Agent for Missouri, is E. I
K. WOODWARD, St. Louis, to whom
applications for agencies may be address
EDWARD BARTON, Scc'y.
New York, july 1 - IS.
! The above celebrated ntedicines nre
for sale at Warsaw, bv
BENNETT & SHEPARD.
Sir. K. IM&TKllIjY'M
.hli'dirntril KtrntirlJu nino- J11.nstrr
THIS plasb r has been prepared under
the immediate eye nnd -superintendence
of an old physician, who is a gradu
ate of the University of Pennsylvania,
and has had extensive practice for more
than IJI) yenrs in treating the various dis-
oases Incident to, this country. He confi
dently recommends this Blaster, from a
thorough knowledge of i's virtues, to be
supeiior to every Blaster n(w in use. By
keeping up a gentle perspiration, it is ad
mirably adapted for Pains cr Weakness
in the Breast, Side, Back or Limbs ; also,
for the Gout, Rheumatism, Enlargement
of the Spleen, Liver Complaint and Dys
pepsia, and for Couahs, Colds, Asthma,
Dillieulty of Breathing, Oppression of the
Stomach, Sir. To all persons predisposed !
to Consumption, or who are subject to vi
olent coughs nnd colds,'they nre 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 a fiiietej with any of the above
diseases wilj find Dr. Easterly's Medica
ted Strengthening Plaster much superior,
to any other ever before offered to the -public.
Physicians, druggists nnd dealers in
Medicines, will find it to their interest to
keep a supply of these valuable Plasters
on hand to accommodate their patrons.
3 i For sale, w holesale ami retail, at the
Medical Deiol of Dr. E. Easterly, .south-
east coiner of 3d nud Ghesnut streets, St. .
Louis, Mo-, and Ly agents throughout Ihe
Western Slates. fa.p'25 i
t.- k r-... . ii..... I
LMsts. nironts for Warsaw. Mo. ' ,
t in aair im i.n.n annul, i-ii w
m nil! i
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V Jil lill iliril IJ.
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ri,i. i,.ni 1.. n 1- - n m ,
1 inn iai.idi.lv uiiiiii.iiv nun lillliurill
from an extensive practice of several
years in a bilious climate in the Western
Stat is, and was never known to fnil of cu
ring Fever and nctie, or any of the nbovo
It is equally effectual for the cure of Li
ver Complaint, Jaundice. Enlargement of
the Spleen, (cnlled Aguo Cake) uiid the
various tonus ot unions diseases. J hese,
with the other various all'ertions of sui.h
climates, arising from a common miasma!
cause, are only modifications of the same
disease, anil equally controlled by the
Residents ofbi'ious climates, emigrants
or person traveling through infected dis-
tricts of country, will not only find Dr.
Watson's Indian Vegetable Tonic a sate,
speedy and effectual cure, but an absolute
Each bottle of medicine is accompani
ed with n pamphlet on the Causes, Treat
ment and Cure of Fever and Ague, and
other form of bilious disease, containing
much valuable Information, and may be
bad gratis ot alj authorized agents lor the
snle of the Tuna-. None genuine without
the written signature of N. V. Watson, M.
I).,'nrJ every bottle, Inventor and l'ropri
etot. Dr. E. EASTERLY, sole General A
gent' for the Western States, south-east
corner of 3d and Chsnut streets, St. Lou
is, Mo. Price $1 per bottle,
r For sale by Messrs. Brown 4 Dunn,
Druggist1, Bgr.fis for Warsaw, Mo.
CAPS! CAPS!! 50 doz Men nnd boys
Otter, Seal, A'utria, Muskrat, Plush
Uiotli and llan-l'nps, cheap lor cash by
oct7 BENNETT fcSHEt'ARD.
Joiix T. '.Martin's
far fumed if noted Established Wnrcfiouse
' f'hfiap rash iostabte
Formerly A'i. 11-1, Main St., St. Louis.
Mu'.lt) I 'am ilclrrmimd to sdl lower than
nny other house in the U. Slates.
TR EM EN DOUS EXCITEM ENT!!
Goods are nlshing in by every packet!
1 he house is now tilled ! lhree large sio
lies crowded with goods! My stock this
tall will be tremendous larg;-, by lar cx
cceding any ever l.cfere received, and at
such low prices that will defy nny nnd
I nhi determined to supply every Corn-
fry h-rcliat)t, and also all Retail custom
, ers tlmt come to this market with the ready
roll. I have put the pr.ces down so low
j as to make it a matter ef impossibility lor
any house to oiler the fame inducements,
I It i nist be a -parent to every one thnt I ran
do it possessing the nd vantngs that I do
: purchasing, innnufacturing and sellins
. for nothing but ('11.11, or Ao. 1 Cilii imner.
! The tremendous nnii unt of business I
do, will enable me to sell at a very small
profit, hieh 1 always have done, and will
continue to do. Residing in the City ot
New York, nnd man if'.i'-h'.rnix my own
.Goods, and having the advantages of the
market my brother, CHARLES G
MARTIN, conducting the business in St,
Louis and the long experience 1 have
had in business the pnM sixteen years, on
nblcs me to get up a st.u k in a fur superi
or style to nny other.
My patterns are tlio best and most fash
ionable that can be bad, and are warrant
fd to set nnd fit as well ns those that can
be had nt the most fashionable tailors.
This fall I will have over
consisting of every style and pattern that
1 will be worn.
I 15e are of being deceived by those who
: tell you "'heir's is .Martin's" for there
1 nre numbers that do, and are mean enough
to stoop to anything. Bear in mind that
-my store is NO. US, instead of 'SO. 11-1
l'he numbers 011 Main street having been
altered, makes my store No. 11H. In
front von will find the name in mammoth
On top of the house a large No. H
1 have the h-rgest and deepest Clothing
Warehouse in the west. And remember,
that I have but Cue s'ore in the city.
To Counlrif Merchants. All orders
thankfully received, and arranied to be
packed correctly, at the lowest cash prices.
'Tis no trouble to tio;e Goods!
sept2 . JNO. T. MARTIN.
Or Vegetable Febrifuge,
f speedy, sifc and cei tain cure for .1GUIC
S" FEVEIU Chili-fever, Lumi-.tgue,
Intermittent .levers, and all the various
forms of Fill ions diseases.
i rjIHS valuable medicine is undoubtedly
I ft. th&safcst and surest remedy ever dis
' covered lor the cure of the above named
I diseases. It not only breaks the chill, but
' removes the cause Irom which the disease
originates. Its operation is both general
nnd special. While it nets generally up
on the whole system, as a most powerful
alterative, piirilyins the fluids, freeing the
solids from all morbid secretions, and re
invigorating nnd bringing up all the vital
energies to a standard of permanent
lienlth, it at the same time everts a speci-
fie influence upon the liver, digestive or-
?l,s 8'1 lymphatic and lilamlular sys-
' ius, xcitmg them to tieallitul activity,
removing all morhiil matter, equalizing
'be circulation, restornm their proper and
necessftry secretions, thns accornphshin!;
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il eoiiip.eit renoi a...... ..urn license, sou
v n m' lu.'iMiiiu . i'isjuih 111 uvaiiii
'J'liose who are suiTorini? witli the itriw-
fx .li.lntii.il eiill ltd Ollil llPIIIlAtUi 11 f hnal' h
.tratim? AC. UK & TKVUUS common in
ine i'st end ouin uioRe wnose oonsti
tmioiw have become enfeebled by tUe use
it iiirptit iiiiinmi. or nthcr violrnt hip.
IiPtiio Kimnlil rpcniT nt onro to thp iia if
this valuable medicine
,.,.. , .. ,i, ,.
II Hl' I UllU Bllll W III IHIV 1HU IUWI ll-
Hi 1 11 hi e c
Tiavelling with the circulation it pours
its healing current throupli every vein and
artery of the human body. Tho whole
animal economy is made to undergo a tho
rough radical change. Even the mind
partakes of the healthful process, and life,
thnt before appeared one dreary waste, be
gins again to seem wortn possessing.
' f Pamphlets respecting this Valuable
Medicine, can bo obtained of the Agents
gratis. , x
As there are many snurioniprrparations
of similar name hawked about the coun-
''7 all M 0,1 the. 'epututioii of the rep
"talion ol the genuine
I SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP.
vve therefore beg leave to caution the
ipilidio against imposition, as we cannot
hold ourselves responsible for the effect
which may result from the use of spurious
S. W Corner Sd &. Chesnut rt. St. .ouls,
(ieneial Aisent for the' West.
The genuine Smith's Tonic Syrup is al
so for sale bv thewndcrsigned aueuts.
BHOWN is. DUNN," Warsaw,
R. J. McELHANEY,
and B. F. AT. B. WA LLACE,
i J. A.TDTT A Co. Calhoun,
i COX A McCLAIN Oscola,
T OOKINO-GLASi-ES-Of all si.cs,
J irom 111 cents to .i tin, lor snle ly
june3 BENNETT & SHEl'AHD.
IIRST Quality 15,00:) Lbs. first rate
article of Flour, for sale nt $1 5(1 per
hundred lbs. Gall immediately if you
Want a barirnift at
BENNETT & SIIEPARD'S.
IlONNETS-nON'N'ETSt We have a
1 few bonnets yet lcft,whicty we w ill sell
at cost to close (he lot call soon.
r ug.5 . , BENNETT A SHEPARlV ,
Calloway Stoneware !
ritllE best quality ever sold in Warsnw,
Such as Churns, Jars, Crocks A. Jugs;
aV:5 lil'.NN ETT ,t SH EPA
1 000 Lbs. all numbers.
i' e i . r..-
sale r henp by
iiuiii 3 1 1UI
JR. WISTAII'S HALS AM
OF WILD CilEiiliY. .
The Great Heinrdifor Consum .tiim of the
l.untjx, A fi'i rliiins o f the I.in r, llronchi
ti.i, Asthma, J'ain or Weakness of the
Hreasl or 7.t)i;., Chronic. Comjlis, Flea
1 i'm, llemorilmiji of Ihe L-untjs, and all
Aji'i-riions if the Pulmonarij organs.
"VT ATLTi E'S OWN PHESCRIPTION.
ii A compoiind balsamic preparation
of tlie Prims Virginia, or Wild Cherry
Bark, combined with the extract ef the tar,
prepared by a new chemical process, ap
proved and recommended by the most dis
tinguished physicians, and universally ac
knowledged the most valuable medicines
We do not wish to trille with the lives
or health of the nlllieled, and we sincere
ly pledge ourselves to make no assertions
ns to the virtues of this nicdk-ine, and to
hold nut 110 hope to suffering humanity,
which facts w ill not warrant.
Wc ask the attention of the candid to a
few considerations. Nature, in every part
of her works, has 1c ft indelible marks of
adaptation and ileM?n.
The constitutions of the animals nml the
vegetables of the torrid are such that they
could not endure the cold of the frigid
zone vice versa.
In regard to disease nnd its cure, tho a
dnntation is no less striking. The moss of
Iceland, the wi.d cherry and pn.e ol all
northern latitudes, (the Balsam is a cheiii-
icnl extract of these) hnve long been ecl
ebiated lor complaints prevalent only in
warm climates. Indeed the most distin
guished nun have averred that nature fur
nishes in every country antidotes for its
Consumption, 111 its continued and mci
pient staves, coughs, asthma, croup, nnd
liver complaint, form by far the most fatal
class of diseases known to our land.
Yet even these may be cured by Means
of the simple yet pow erlul remedies which
are scattered whercwr those maladies
Scarcely a mail nmves from nny pnmt
in the west, but that brings us news of the
most cheering character, which goes still
farClier(if morec idenre were necessary)
to establish the reputation of this great
1 i None can be genuine w ithout the
names of Henry Wistar, M. D., and San
ford A Park nre found upon the wrapper.
No niedicl'ne called Syrup of Wild Cher
ry, or Wild Cherry Hitteis can be relied
upon. They mnv nut bei.etit, but actually
injure the patienf. '
1 "UK. WISI.IKS HAIfiAftl Ut
WILD CHERRV is the only remedy to
which invalids should resort for the cure
of pulmonnry complaints.
'-rllENKY ML A KBLbl 1 Co., Js. V. .
corner of 'Id and Ghesnut streets, sells the
above mediciuc. Price $1 per bottle.
Sold also by
BKOW'N &DUNN, Warsaw,
B. F. A T. B. WALLACE, Clinton.
JAS. A.TUTT A Co. Calhoun
COX & McCLAIN, Oseola,
R. J. McELHANEY,
SCYTHES. Grain, Grass and Brush
Scythes, Sneads ami scythe stones, for
sale cheap for cash hy li. Sc. S.
Ready Made Clothing.
DOZiSummer Coats Pants A Vests,
.W forsnleat what the cloth costs (ma
king thrown in.) junel? B. A S.
Sugar and Coffee! .,
TIIExsJ and cheapest in town. "We can
prove what we sav.
aug5 . BENNETT ASI1EPARD.'
At your own Price! t
VS the season.for selling Summer dress
Goods is drawing to a, close, and we al
so wish to make room forau immense stock
ef Fall and Winter Good, we will now
sell our Calicoes, Gingham,s, Lawns, Be
rages, Ac., Ac, at your oug price!.. Re
collect that we have the prettiest assort
ment in towiij ami the price shall not spoil
a trade. Purchasers should not let this
opportunity pass, without securing some
01 the baigains which we shall Ter. r
aug5 BENNETT A SHEPARD."
rf KT.OS all sites, from 4d tnS0il,-an
tr flooring brads for sale cheap hy
aug5 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
1JORTLAND TOBACCO It) boxes of
. this popular Tobacco ju:t landed frciil
the "Wave" for sale by
junen . li, cc MU.l AUU.
TAINTED LAWNS, of most beautiful
a. styles at Irum i9to to cents, at
1 uj ceius. at
.1 t 1 1 1 o ...
Dr. Bragg' s Pills Triumphant!
FitrtHer Evidence G re.al Excitement and
Fanieamonijst theCulomcl Doctors-Disastrous
consrifiirnres of the use of Min'
eral MedicinesTimely intervention of
Indian Queen t'egetable Sugar Coated
Fills to save a whole neighborhood from
the awful ravage of that fell dettroyer,
Disease, in the forms (if Ague, Ititious,
Congestive and Typhus Fevers Read
and he convinced !
, Vr Binen, Ark, April 15, ISIS.
Dr. BtiAcn Dear Sir: During the past
summer and fall, the various forms yt bil
ious Fever were very prevalent anq ojtcn
fatal In this section of country. Our wor
thy lione-surh physicians, puffe.di up with
pride and vain conceit, persisted., in their
antiquated practice ., with that universal
panacea, calomel with such unbounded
success, that one. or two, panic-struck,'
scampered off and left their patients with
nature and her ineffectual efforts to repair s
the mischief they had done. In one fam
ily, four cases resulted .in death, in the
short space of four ilayf? in some rases,
three or four days after the exhibition of
calomel, great prostration, tympanitic con-,
ditlon of the abdomen, find perforation of
the bowels were the result of this heroic
trentiiient,-nd to prove it so to their weep
ing friends, a .postmortem examination,
would reveal the fact. After finding their
practice altogether ineffectual, they came
to the w ise conclusion to give no medicine
nt all, but continue to visit their patients,,
and order flaxseed tea ns a drink, and a
poultice of the same applied to the bowels
when this failed, with sage look, and little
faith, A hearts full of apprehension, they
would confess to their friends their full con
fidence in the application of blisters from
head to foot you may guess the result.
In this dilemma and universal consternar.1
tion, one of your travelling agents passed.
through our neighborhood, and .made lib
eral deposites of your vegetable medicines,'
and distributed pamphlets, and the "Sun,"
to shed a genial and benignant light upon
this benighted, and apparently devo
ted land. The manna sent to the Chil
dren of Israel, in the wilderness, was not
hailed with more heartv thanks than were
your health-restoring Pills in this awful
crisis. The people were prepared .to re-i
ceive them, or any thing that promised
them relief from their apparently iaipend-
ing fate. I have ,w atched Jheii progress,"
and the effects they produced in hundreds
of cases nnd am happy to give .my. feeble
testimony to their entire nnd tHumuhant -
efficncy, in restoring heiilthin aftw days,
in everi instance, when they have been,
taken in tune, nnd in strict accordance to
directions. Some of our physicians,'
whose love of truth and philanthropy tri-(
uniphed over prejudices and preconceived,
theories, have cheerfully abandoned .their,
calomel and lancet, and rccomwendei
your pills in all enses of bilimrs. 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 look fcd for acain, ns many, of eonr a-,
gents are out of pills, 'niiS the s'cklj' sea-"
son is approaching. ...
With best wishes for Jour success,
I am truly von'rs.
, , 11. CUNNINGHAM. .;
"v For snle. wholesale ajid retail, at the -MISSOURI
COLLEGE OF HEALTH,
No. 51 f North 3d street, Louis.
Forsalehy DROWSY If DUA'.Y, Warsaw.
? Also, by G. V Rives and J ' Mi,' Bird
Kenton County, AC Moore, J W filler A.
Leachman, Bolivar; J. Price, John'
Jones, W Montgomery, WJlliains & Peak
and Reed Berinett, Buffalo; S R .Roberts.,
Erie; Wnldo A McCulioch, Useola; R pAt-.
tersoiij Dallas P O.f.p Humes, Pleasant
Prainr; Daniel Darby, ' Pittitiuryti.
, First and Lpst Call! , .. .
ILL those having notes or accounts with
us due prior o he first day of.Jaiiiiary
last, are hcrebjr uotified that unless imme
diate payment is made, such notes and ac- '
counts w ill le placed iij the hands of the,
proper officer for collection. We mean
just what we say we want money and
m-isi,iiave 11. 4
junc34 BROWN A DL'NX:
S A LTJS A LT!!-S A L,T!'!
lOOO SACKS ground.eTiim Salt, very
larjfC and full, for sale cheap by B. &'S.
. Fresh Jrfitals roth
riiiladciphta mail SC. I.oniN.
WE have just.rec'd. from Philadelphia
and St. Louis, a fresh and well assort.
ed stock of GOODS, whioh we respect
fully solicit the people of iieiitoii eoun.tr
and 6'outh-west Missouri generally tg tail
and examine. They were uurehased low.
and will be sold very cheap, consisting of
50 lines best Rio Cuflree.JO Ilhds. Sugar,
j ouis .MOiases, ou-j .o. com. A best
loaf '-Sugar,, Whiskey, Knudy,'
Port Wiue, com. ii'Cue, Mal-
. 1 . . 1 ,. ... - .
. a . aga 1$. Madeira do.,
puwder. Imp. A;
, . P'ee.,, . .
. rcppe, gipger, .
- Indigo, madder, alum,
copperas, saleratus, rosin,
brimstone, p A tallow candles.
iiidow. glass sill sizes,) powder,
11 u, siiui, nuns, iron, castings
yarns, linseed A castor oils, white lead, A?
A general assortment of . . i
HARDWARE &' QUEENSWAREV
Palm leaf, Rutland, Panama, Rusi, Bea-'
ver. Fpr and Wool Hals,' nil' qualities: '
BOUTS &. SIIOES.-a sWdid .tckV
, (j Prints, cassimeres, othsj sattint t, "
Janes, all kinds : Gentiaiid boys summar'
d f tr, a large lot ofhevv Domestic
uesiiies iiuiiiiuiiauie oones, ibvi ns,ljmcs,.
Jaconets', Cambrics, A almost every thinf
else, which they think are worthy tht at- '
tenlidu of thv riiiiunity. - .-.
EYiiKlil T & ASIIIJUftY, v
. Jn Ms Suar Top Frm. '
Warww,Junt 17,1818. '
.V. Ii, purrhese Iuiot every '
(Oscriptio-j 'of produce. II. A A.