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SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR.
Dry P.ok cheaper than ever!
XT.OTFJTHSTANDINO the extraordi-
rkL t,ryi'Brfe ,ale or Dl7 Goods we
" ''the present season, we have
ydNWhanJJ j' large stock which we are
senrntf al prices which astonish every per
on who examine our Goods There are
vetlnany bargains remaining, which can
be obtained by calling at our well known
cheap establishment. B. A SHEPARD.
UPACA. We have the best stock of
.1 this article ever brought to Warsaw,
which we are selling cheaper than our
brethren in Boonville or St. Louis. So say
those who have examined both markets.
dee2 ; i B. A SHEPARD.
QILK FRINGES. 20 Ps. Silk Frinees,
wiatns lor sale by B. A s.
,. , . i .
SHAWLS. Cloth, Cashmere, Damask
and Plaid Shawls, large sizes, for sale
cneap by Iilec2 U. A SHEPARD.
rpICKINGS. 20 Ps. bed Ticking, from
m. - Vi 1-Z upwards,
for sale by
BENNETT A SlfEPARD.
A GOOD assortment of Country made
Jeans, how on hand and selling low at
d-il " ' SHI'PARD'S.
tiOVTON YARNS-3,000 Lbs- all mim
J brs. Jtlst ree'd. and for sale by
dcc2 ' BENNETT A SHEPARD.
OLAS?ESS.-5 fibls. N. O. Molas
ses $n store and fur sale at
!ce2 " SIIEPARD'S.
if "!-. r Hoots and Shoes.
T. hare on hand a first rate assortment
Tl of all kinds, including a good lot of
children's shoes. dec2 B. AS.
STONEWARE. i,000 Gallons Stone
ware, consisting of Jars, Churns,
Crocks and Jugs, of all sizes and the best
quality,, for sale cheap by B.&S.
k 7?OXES best Collins Axes,
) 5 do Palil's & Root s do.,
.Yankee and Kentucky patterns, for sale
rhrapat dec2J SIIEPARD'S.
IRON! 10,000 Lbs. Pittsburgh A Ten
nessee Iron, consisting of all sizes tire,
hand A round Iron Castings of all kinds
Wagon, boxes, plow moulds, Ac, in
store mid .selling at the lowest prircs, at
-RUCK W'HKAT FLOUR!
.fWWl'Lbs superfine In store and for
UottVilttSMtnUetiH, .m U.
'I'jii. position ol
A the Giadenhtrg
Company in its rela
tions to the health of
he community is
iow fully establish
ed ; and the admira
ole series of the
f a - i T , J , ltflVIII IIIC It'HU III .III
nrtieM lii'iiuiiHTntis portiuns of the cnuti
UryHHi: MEDICAL FA CULT V adopt
ise medicine In their practice ; satisfi
ed that by their use they can more cer
tainly QtimhiV; Ihvaxt in all its forms.
And not, only, -do physicians sanction and
encourage their ate', but THE CLERGY
of every denomination attest their won
derful "eftirafy; and in numerous ways
''recommend them to the pe pie of their
ThK LEGAL PROFESSION' testify
"to 'the same' thing; in short, the public at
large hail the introduction nf these medi
cines as a PUBLIC BLESSING.
i There are over TEN THOUSAND A
GENCL$S oi tbe Company in the United
MAias, MDion are not only prontauJe to
the agents, but of vast benefit to the iu-
'b&bitants. There should not be a single
.t.:.t,t,JTowni Villageor Hamlet,
..without Its, Grajfenberg Depot; and if this
tiBuljetin in read where there is no ngeucy ,
- .pplicatifv should be made foroneatouoe.
CsrtiJr".tlt almont ipithout number, are
on fileatihe otlice of the Company, testi-
fying o cures of the most astonishing
kind 7 sunny ef which have been duly ex
arhtned by the following distinguished
gentle Men t
Jr Rev. X.' Bawos, D. P., Fsancis
Hall, Esq., Ex- Mayor Bbady, all of N.
- The power of the Grajfenbhrg Medi
cines orall BILIOUS COMPLAINTS
no nialterwhat their form or severity, is a
matter, of Pbofouno astomsum lnt. Let
all, therefore, who are thus afflicted, and
who would CLEANSE THE SYSTEM,
res eff at -inriee to. the eclebrsted Grssfen
berg VEStTA utB PiLt.i and Hcaltu Bit
tc as. At all vents lot them call at some
on e of tlit1 events, and get a pamphlet
which will fully explain the whole matter.
. EOWARP BARTON, Sec'y.
Nsfw'Ybrk,' September 1848. :
; Th General Agent for Missouri, is E.
K. WOQPWRD, St, Louis, to whom
. applications for agencies may be address-
for sale at Wi
ove celebrated medicines are
.BENNETT & SHEPAKD.
J ii ,qc . , THE
, IfVsCern Journal,
'Or wfirftciiture. Manufacturts. Mtchame
,.,' Jtrlt, Inttrttal Liwrovtment. Commtra,
M. TAJIVER & T, F. RISK,
, Editors and hroprifiort. '
tr. too u Published Monthly, at $3
per inrwio in advance. ' oct28.
BUSHELS WHEAT wanted
I by J. ATKISSON.
,KHGE and well assorted lot of Goods
lii hand, i
and for sale low lor east) a
war ti V.'I-'T, a A Kit rill II V
rrftlUC. HArllill ionuuni
-si v " " a
. Billet V Testaments, .
BIBLES from 80 cents to $1 15, and a.
ny quantity of at a Dime each, now
on hand and for sale by the Benton Cow
ty awle tioctely. I hey can be seen and
examined at this office. novlS
Of tht Day Vast amount ustd per month
( . Tht numerous and wonderful cures it
tfftclsIts nvrgical effects upon Bilious
Fevers and Fever and Jlgut Great Ex
citcment among the Doctors.
fTUIE INDIAN QUEEN VEGETABLE
X. Sugar Coated Pills are now admitted,
on all hands, to be the most extraordinary
and valuable medicine in general use. It
not only acts as ispcctfr. upon the Bilious
and Typhus Fevers, Chills and Fever,
and Fever and ague of the west and south,
but in all diseases of debility, weak stom
ach, indigestion, loss of uppct!tc, impuri
ty of the blood, and all diseases prevalent
in a western and south-western climate.
Their great power consists in their pecul
iar cflect upon all the organs of the sys
tem, and the rapid formation of new and
rich blood, which they produce. In this
lies the great secret of their success.
They are mild and pleasant in their ac
tion, but searching and permanent in their
effect, penetrating the remotest recesses
of the system, by their ready absorption
into the blood, thereby infusing a new sup
ply of vitality and nervous power into all
the machineiy of life. The extensive
popularity they have acquired all over the
west anil southj ensures the sales of at
Fifty thousand Boxes a month.
And we find it difficult, with our large
force of hands, and the late improvements
in machinery, which we have adopted, to
manufacture them fast enough to supply
the demand in the thirteen western and
southern States. One large manufactory
is constantly engaged in preparing the va
rious concentrated extracts of which they
are composed. From tho best information
we can obtain from our 8,01)0 sellini agents
and hosts of nttrntive correspondents in
all parts of the country, our medicine
Ciires, pet month, not less than
10,000 cases or Fever and ague, (1000 of
which resisted all other treatment ;
4,.f300 cases of bilious fever;
6,300 cases ol weakness A general debility
2,d0O cases of various chrome diseases ;
1,000 eases of weak stomach and loss of
800 cases of dyspepsia;
1,200 cases of rheumatism;
1,HX) cases of female complaints ;
1,200 eases of ague cake, or enlarged
1,500 cases of liver complaint;
600 cases of scarlet fever;
400 cases of typhus fever;
300 eases of sore throat.
This must appear almost incredible, but
the numerous letters from physicians, a-
irents and those who use the medicine,
from all the western ami southern States,
satisfy us that this is a moderate estimate,
and that our meiiieino is rapidly taking
the place of the various sugar coated coun
terfeits, which are afioat, and the numer
ous roi mixtures, made wholly of qui
nine, which are imposed upon the public
by manulactui ers who live, nubodij knows
Dr. Brags's famous Suear Coated In
dian Queen Vegetable Pills, are of two
kinds tho Cathartic and Tonic. The
Tonic Pills are peculiarly adapted to the
quick and permanent cure of Fever and
at;ue, Torpor of the Liver, and General
Debility. It is in fever and acne, chills,
fever, iSc., that they achieve their great
est triumphs. It rarely requires over 12
hours, or more than half a box of the To
nic Pills, to break the chills and cflect a
permanent cure which is rarely the case
with the tonic mixtures of quinine, hawk
ed about the country by ignorant pretend
ers. Thoso who take the Tonic Pills once
Mill never forsake them.
Who can wonder, then, that a medicine
of such extensive popularity and extraor
dinary virtues) should cause great
Excitement among tha Vectors !
The prejudices of physicians against
their use are at last giving way to the play
of reason, and tho' convictions of every
day experience which they derive from
their patients and friends who use them.
Doctors are now almost every day send
ing orders from every part of the country,
for a supply of the Pills, to use in their
For sale, wholesale and retail, at Dr.
Bra,f DEPOT AND FAMILY MED
ICltiE STORE, N. E. corner of Market
and Third Streets, St. Leuis, Mo., and
For sale by BR O WJYfr D WV.V, Warsaw.
t7"Also, by G. W Rives and J W Bird,
Benton County; A C Moore, J W Filler A
Leachman, Bolivar; J Price, John
Jones, W Montgomery, Williams A Peak
and Reed Bennett, Buffalo; 8 R Roberts,
A'rie; Waldo A McCulloch, Osrola; R Pat
terson, Dallas P O.; C Humes, Pleasant
Prairie; Daniel Darby, PitttburyH.
Jctfcron City St cam
THE subscriber would inform the pub
lie that ha1 has In successful operation
a splendid new Steam Ferry Boat, now
S lying constantly between the wharf at
eflcrson City and the opposite shore. He
has piocured good and substantial floats,
... la.tsltn nAali am) KnriAt. ufiirnllK. dtfl .
I aa.iv'.it ' .... , - - 1 1
I may at all times cross the river with ease
and security, and in tne snort uuie oi two
minutes and a half.
' The roads leading from Hannibal and
St. Charles, in the direction of Arkansas
and Texas, are now in excellent condi
tion, and as the route by Jeflerson City is
forty or fifty miles nearer than tiny other,
the facilities of a good Steam Ferry Boat
at this point renders it the most desirable
(or crossing the Missouri river.
There will be no detentions, and the ut
most care will be taken to prevent any
accidents. . ' ,
J. T. ROGERS.
. Jefferson City, Oct, 81, 1848 i
HAVE now opened their largo assort
ment of Fai.l& Wiw'iebT GOODS,
which they ofTer for sale at prices lower
than ii possible for any other house in town
to take, on account of bavins laid in their
entire stock in New York A Philadelphia.
They would invite the attention of pur
chasers to their largo assortment of Dry
Goods, consisting in part of
1,000 pieces Fancy Prints,
20,000 yards 4-4 Domestics,
10,000 do 3-4 do
Winter Ginghams, Muslin de Lathes, Al
pacas, Cashmeres, Gala Plaids, Shawls,
of every vcricty, Book and Swiss Mus
lins, Bishop Lawn, Jaconet, Ac., Ac. Al
so Cloths, Cassimcres, Vestings, Blank
ets, Ac, &c. '
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Blanket A Pilot Cloth Coats, Vests, Pan
taloons, Lamb's wool Drawers A Shirts.
SItils, tVrjj, Boots A Shot .
A fresh supply of superior Kip' Boots
and Shoes, also coarse Boots, Shoes, La
dies and Misses Caif and Morocco Shoes
Hardware V Saddlery of every description.
A full supply of beautiful patterns and du
600 Bbls Kanawha Salt,
200 do old Rectified Whiskey,
1 pipe, 2 hf do and 20 bbls Brandy,
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Malaga, Teue
rifTe and Claret Wines.
10 Chests Tea,
10U bags superior Rio Coffee,
20 do Havana do.
10 Ilhds Sugar, (a superior article)
20 kegs Dupont's FFF glazed Rifle
20 boxes Tobacco, (Congress plug.)
Indigo, Madder, Salaratus, lum, Spice,
l-epper, copperas, nice, c, sc.
1,000 bundles tpun Cotton.
f Thc obove articles will be sold for
CSand PR OI) UCE only.
HENRY A BORLAND,
nov4 No. 40, Main st.
STATE OF MISSOURI, ) &
in I acalion, .7. V. lU.
Thom as Dillon 1 Petition for Di-
A, p n-Tinv I vorce.
f N tbis24th dav of October, A. D. 1848, to Consumption, or who are subject to . vi
J the said complainant filed in the Clerks olent coughs and colds, they are particular
office of the Benton Circuit Court, a Pcti- ly recommended as they give almost im
tion for a Divorce, alledging that his wife, m,.,ijat, ,elief, and for pleasantness, safe.
ZVTfZ rfi v te'A h i Ed
bonrd and bouse, and abandoned and wil-
fully deserted and absented herself from
the said Petitioner, without a reasonable
mm... s 4 j- nn s n A ntnxA it'll iK I'ftft
lau;i " i T 7 i "',", ; r '
Hiiruutu nave l-vii o" v
cordimr to law. and also that the said Pe-
titioiu r has filed an affidavit showing that
said Adelaide P. Dillon is not a resident of,
this State. ...... mj
Therefore it is ordered that the said Ad-!
elnide P. Dillon be notified that unless she
be and appear before the Honorable'Judce
of our Benton Circuit Court.at the Court
House in the citv of Warsaw, in Benton
county, on the first day of the next term of
our said court, wlncn wmt De Deguniana
hold on the second Mondayin March next,
and within the first six days of said term,
if 4k ., mf. lt, Inttn mill It nt.
then befoie the end of the term, plead, de-,
inur, or answer to said petition, the same
will be taken as confessed, and a decree
entered according to the prayer of said Pe-
And it is further ordered that a copy of,
this order be published in some news pa
per printed in this State for eight weeks
successively, the last publication thereof,
to be at least four weeks before tbe com
mencement of our said next term.
To those most concerned.
ILL those indebted to me cither by note
1 or account, would do well to come for-
ward and make immediate payment, as
money I must have from some source, and , with the other various allections ol such
none so honorable as the one I intend to ; climates, arising from a common mioamal
pursue. As but a short time can be allow. 1 cause, aro only modifications of the same
ed to any, I would be pleased you would ' disease, and equally controlled by tbe
take advantage of it, and save me the un-j same remedy.
pleasant duty that I will have to perforin Residents of bilious climates, emigrants
in case of failure. V Gall at the store of or persons traveling through infected dis
Messrs. Henry A Borland, and you will tricts of country, will not only find Dr.
find me at all times. I Watson's Indian Vegetable Tonic a safe,
oct28 R. C. HE.VRY. I speedy and effectual cure, but au absolute
3" City Taxes, Each bottle of medicine is accompani-
VTOTICE is hereby given that the City ed with a pamphlet on the Causes, Treat
i Taxes ior IS48,are now due and pay- ent and Cure of Fever and Ague, and
able. The Collector may be found at al- other form of bilious disease, con taming
most any hour of tho day, loafing about much valuable information, and may be
tho street, ready and willing to receive and had gratis or all authorised agents for the
receipt for all amounts now due. i sale of the Tonic. Noue genuine without
ED. ALEXAA'DER, the written siiriiature of N. F. Watson, M.
oct28 City Collector. D., on every bottle, Inventor and Propri-
. . j etor. '
ly-cmendotlS Excitement Dr. E. EASTERLY, sole General A-
IN THE MERCANTILE BUSINESS 1
JJ-Unheard-of Low Prices Minufactu-
furrrs ruined! Immense arrival of new
Fall and Winter Goods, at
BENNETT 5c SIIEPARD'S
WE have just returned from St. Louis,
and having found all kinds 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 are
now open and exposed for sale, and we
feel Justified in saying that we are offer
ing them at from 26 to AO per cent, cheap
er than e er before.
All our Goods for the use of the Ladies
have been selected with our usual u eU
known good taste, and are warranted to be
of the latest and best styles. Please give
us a call before purchasing, and if low
prices will sell them they are bound to go.
oct7 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
OOKINO A WOOD
tssertee for sale by
THE undersigned hare this day formed a
Copartnership under the firm of Henry
R. C. HENRY,
WM. P. BORLAND.
Warsaw, Mo. Oct. 9th, 1848.
IANCY GOODS Fringes and Gimps
of all colors A widths, worsted hoods,
comforters, tnitts, shell and horn, tuck and
side Combs, hooks and eyes, dolls, jewel
ry, gloves, hosiery, pins, needles, Ac, Ac.
for sale cheap by B. A SHEPARD.
Winter Dress Goods.
f E have the largest stock of .Winter
Dress Goods ever exhibited iu this
place. Among them arc
Black, P.ain and Fiifd. Alpacas, Plaid
and Mode col'd. do., Oregon and Cal
ifornia Plaids, Muslin de Laines
and Cashmeres, rol'd. and
. . Plaid Unsetjs, etc..
We are selling them 25 per cent cheap
er than last year. B. A SHEPARD.
KA"1VANTED ,0 purchase a Negro
oman, between the aires ol
13 and 30 years one that has been
accustomed to do house work for which
a fair price in CASH will be paid, if im
mediate application is mode to
septM-tr JAS. II. LAY,
10 miles N. W. of Warsaw.
Hr. E. HASTEKIjY'S
Medicated Strengthening Plaster
IrilHIS plaster has been prepared under
I- the immediate eye and superintend
ence of nn old physician, who is a gradu
ate of the University of Pennsylvania,
and has hod extensive practice for more
I than 30 years in treating the various dis-
j eases incident to this country. He confi-
, d . rccommcnds this Plaster, from a
f!,n,h knowled-re of its virtues, to be
supei ior to every Plaster now in use. By
kecpinj: up a gentle perspiration, it is ad
mirably adapted for Pains or Weakness
n Vin Itionst. Side. Bnok or Limbs: also.
, fnr f,)C Go(lt) ftheumalism, Enlargement
of the Spleen, Liver Complaint and Dys
jpepsia, and for Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
j Difficulty of Breathing, Oppression of the
Stomach, Ac. To all persons predisposed
: ty , certainty, they are decidedly
superior to most other remedies
! Persons afflicted with any of the above
1 ,iiseasci, will find Dr. Easterly's Medica-
i ted Strengthening Plaster much superior
- . - , .
i to any other ever before offered to the pub
lie. Physicians, druggists and dealers in
Medicines, will find it to their interest to
keep a supply of these valuable Plasters
' . vl '
i band to accommodate tneir pntrons,
i fl.V For sale, wholesale and retail, at the
. Medical Depot of Dr. E. Easterly, south'
' (,,,,1 rnrner of 2d and Chesnut streets. St
Louis, Mo., and by agents throughout the
: Western States. npl-'J
j . . . For sne . r,rown A Tjnn Dnig,
! Ists nscllts for Warsaw, Mo.
1 n 7
EVERand AGUE, Dumb Ague, Chill
. Fever. Intermittent A Remittent te-
fnMs n.,.1 nil tt,a vni'iitiid forma (f lAiimnt
diseases, speedily and permanently cured
bv DR. WATSON'S INDIAN VEGET
This valuable medicine was prepared
from an extensive practice of several
years in a bilious climate in the Western
tatts, and was never known to fail of cu
ring Fever and ague, or any of the above
It is equally effectual for the eure of Li
ver Complaint, Jaundice, Enlargement of
the Spleen, (called Ague caaej ana me
various forms of bilious diseases, inese,
gcut lo tne western Maies, ouui-esi
comer of 3d and Chesnut streets, St. Lou-
Price $1 per bottle.
:.i 'For sale by Messrs. Brown A Dunn,
Druggists, agents for Warsaw, Mo.
SEPTEMBER 20, 18431
IS now receiving a splendid stock of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods,
GROCERIES, &o., &c,
whibhheis offering at extremely ''low
prices." The public are respectfully in
vited to call and examine his stock.
SUGAR. 15 Hhds. N. O. Sugar, ;
50 sacks Coffee,
. 60 BI1 Ohio WhUkey,
10 do Cog. & Am. Brandy,
10 do Wines, asa'd,
5,000 Lbs. Cotton Yarns,
being ree'd and fwr'wls it low prices by
septSa . J. ATKISSON. ;
DRY GOODS, fresh A liandsofne styles
of all kinds, suitable for the season,
for Mle very low by J. ATKISSON.
WHEAT, Flaxseed, Beeswax, Dry
Hides, Tallow and Deer Skins, for
which the highest prices will be paid by
septi!:) BENNETT A SHEPARD.
1848. V 1848.
Joiix T. Martin's
Far famed Sr noted Established Warehouse
For Cheap 3f Fashionable
Formerly No. 114, Main St,, St. Louis.
Motto I am determined to so lower than
any other house in the U. SluUs.
Goods are rushing in by every packet !
The house is now filled I Three large sto
ries crowded with goods ! My slock this
fall will be tremendous large, by far ex
ceeding any ever before received, and at
such low prices that will defy any and
ALL COMPETITION. '
I am determined to supply every Coun
try Merchant, and also a:l Retail custom
ers that come to this market w ith the rendy
cash. I have put the prices down so low
as to make it a matter of impossibility for
any house to ofler the same inducements.
It must be apparent to every one that I c an
do it possessing the advantages that I do
purchasing, manufacturing and selling
for nothing but Cash, cr No. 1 City paper.
The tremendous amount of business I
do, will enable me to sell at a very small
profit, which I always have done, and will
continue to do. Residing in the City ol
New York, nnd manufacturing my own
Goods, and having the advantages of the
market my brother, CHARLES G
MARTIN, conducting the business in St.
Louis and the lung experience I have
had in business the past sixteen year, en
ables me to get up a stock in a far superi
or style to any other.
My patterns are the best and most fash
ionable that can be had, and arc warrant
ed to set and fit as well as those that can
be had at the most fashionable tailors.
This fall I will have over
150,000 GARMENTS, '
consisting of every style and pattern that
will be worn.
Beware of being deceived hy those who
tell you "their's is Martin's" for there
are numbers that do, and are mean enough
to stoop to anything. Bear hi mind that
my store is NO. 118, histead of NO. 114.
The numbers on Main street Imvinir beeu
altered, makes my store No. 118. In
front you will find the name iu mammoth
gilt letters ;
On 'op of the house a large No. 11 3.
I have the largest and deepest Clothing
Warchouso in the west. And remember,
that I have but one sore in the city.
To Country Merchants. AU orders
thankfully received, and warranted to be
packed correctly, at tbe lowest cash prices.
'Tis no trouble to shotc Goads!
scpti JNO.T. MARTIN.
dune Medicines all warranted!
TkR. MORTIMER'S Tonic Mixture
" warranted to cure or no pay I
DR. BARSTOW'S "KOLLYGOG,"
positively a certain cure.
2jThruston's, Watson's Snppington's,
Spedden's and other popular Pills Tor sale
low also Quinine, at cost bv
sept23 JAS. ATKISSON. !
CIALICOES. 250 pieces English and A
' merican Calicoes, selected with our
Well known good taste, and selling at pri
ces ruinous to the manufacturers.
oct7 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
CAPS! CAPS!! 60 doi Men and boys'
Otter, Seal, Autrin, Mukrat, Plush,
C.olh and Hair Caps, cheap for cash by
oct7 BENNETT A SHEPARD. ,
IOOKING-GLASSES-Of all sites,
A from 10 cents to $6 00, for sale by
June3 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
IIRST Quality 15,0(10 Lbs. first rate
. article of Flour, for sale at
sept2 BENNETT A SIIEPARD'S.
Calloway Stoneware !
nMIE best qnality ever sold in Warsaw,
1. such as Churns, Jars, Crocks A Jugs.
aug5 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
SCYTHES. Grain, Grass and Brush
Scythes, Sneads and scythe stones, for
sule cheap for onh by B. & 9.
Ready Made Clolhing.
QC DOZ Summer Coats Pants A Vests,
siiAi for sate at w hat the cloth costs (ma
king thrown in.) juncl? B. A S.
Sugar and Coffee 1
THE best and cheapest in town. We fan
prove what we say. '
aug5 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
BONNETS BONNETS! We have a
few bonnets yet left,whlch we will sell
at cost to close the lot call soon.
aug& BENNETT A SHEPARD.
ff KEOS all sites, from 4J to20d,and
)U flooring brads for sale cheap by
ugS BENNETT & SHEPARD.
T)ORTLAND TOBACCO. 10 boxes of
JL this popular 1 oDacco jusi itinura irpm
the "Wave" for sale by
juoell B. & SHEPARD,
' ' ; t i ' '.
At your own J'ricef -.
AS the season for selling Summer Arp
Goods is drawing to a close, and we al
so wish to make room for an immfchse stock?
of Fall And Winter Goods, we will now
sell mif Calicoes, Ginghams', Lawns, Be'
rages, Ac, Ac, at your own price l't R1
collect that we have the prettiest assort
ment in town, and tho price shall not spoil
a trade. Purchasers should not let this
opportunity pass, without securing some
of the baigains which v. e shall offer, i
ng5 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
TIV S TOJS tc s vii vn
Or Vegetable Febrifuge,
A speedy, safe and certain curt for AGVti
iV FEVER, Chill-fever. Dvn.b.Jlgufi
Intermittent Ftters, and all the vanou
forms cf Billious disenses. , ; ..,., ,.
rpHIS valuable medicine is tihtloubteilly
JL the safest and surest remedy verdlS-
covered for the cure of the above ftametl
diseases. It not oi.ly breaks the chill, but
removes the cause from which the disease
originates. Its operation is both general
and special. V hue it acts generally up
on tbe whole system, as a most ppwerfuj
alterative, purifying the fluids, freeing the
solids from all morbid secretions, and. rev.
intii;orating and bringing up all the vital
energies to a standard of permanent
health, it at the same time exerts a spteU
fie influence upon the liver, digestiva of
gans and lymphatic and glandular sys
tems, exciting them to heathfvrt activity
removing all morbid matter; equalising
the circulation, restoring their proper anil
necessary secretions, thus accomplishing
a complete rtnovation from disease, and
restoration tosofcnd and permanent health
Those who are suffering with the pros
trating AGUE & FEVERS common lit
the West and South those whose cpustj,
tutions have become enfeebled by the use
of mercury, quinine, or other vlolefit me
dicines, should resort at once to the use of
this VALUABLE MEDICINE.
It has cured and will cure the tnost ob
stinate cases. , ' ' '
Travelling with 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 radical change. Even the mind
partakes of the healthful process, and life,
that before appeared one dreary waste, be
gins aeain to seem worth possessing. , .
SJ'Pamphlets respecting this Valuable
Medicine, can be obtained of the Agents
CAUTION l v
As there are many spurious preparations
of similar name hawked shout the coun
try, nnd sold on the reputitifln of the rep
utation of the genuine ' . ' "
SMITH'S TONIC.SYRUF.5 jai
We therefore beg leave to caution .the
public against imposition, as' we cannot
hold ourselves responsible for the effect
which may result from the. use of spurious
articles. ' '..
HENRY BLAKSLEY, '
S. W Corner 3d & Chesnut st. St. Louis,
General Agent for the West;'
The genuine Smith's Tonic Syrup is sl
so for sale bv the undersigned agents. -
BROWN A DUNN, Warsaw,
and B. F. A T. B. W A LL AC E,
J. A.TUTT A Co. Calhoun.
COX A McCXAIN Oseola.
1JAINTED LAWNS, of most beautUW
. styles at from IS to 25 cents, at
mayO J. ATKISSON.'
PITTSBURG COTTON YARN. l,.
000 Lbs. al! numbers, from 5 to 13 fof
sale cheap by B. A SHEPARD.-
Hrst and Last Call! 1
JLL those having notes or accounts with
us due prior to the first day of January
last, are hereby notified that unless imme
diate payment is made, such notes and ac
counts w ill be placed in the hands of tho
proper officer for collection, i We mean
just what we saywe want money 'at4
must hare it. ' . . . J
J.ine34 BROWN ADVNX,
SALT! SA LTH -S A LTW
lOOO SACKS ground alum Slt,;ery
large and full, for talo cheap by B. &i S.
BhiUdrlitua and 1. I.onU.
U E have just ree'dl from Philadelphia
and St. Louis, a fresh and well assort
ed stock of GOODS, which we respect
fully solicit the people of Benton county
and South-west Missouri geuerally tacalt
and examine. They were purch&sad Jow,
and will bo sold very cheap, consisting of
50 Bgs best Rio Coffee, 10 IlhJs.1 Sugar,
5 bbls Molasses, 600 lbs. com. A best
loaf A'ugar, Whiskey, irandy
Pott Wine, com. & fine, Mai- .
aga A Madeira do., sack ' , J-'
Abbl SJLT, Guo !;',
, , powder, Imp. A . .
, YHTEAS. ( . " K
'" spice,' '.' - -ii
; pepper, ginger, ;,Mij)
... Indigo, madder, alum, '
'.' copperas, saleratus, rosin,1
brimstone, sp A tallow candles, 1;
Window glass fall sixes,) powder, ,
lead, shot, nails, iron, eastings, cottoa
yarns, linseed A castor oils, white lead A.
.3 A general assortment of t
HARDWARE & QVEENSWARR. ,
Palm leaf, Rut land, Panama, Rutkia, Ia
er, Fur and Wool Hats, all qualified
BOOTS k, SHOES, a splendid teU
rT"Prints, easslmeres, cloths, sattinets,
Janes, all kindii Gents and boys summer
er, a large lot of heavy Dvinestjc-
besides fashionable bouets,lawini,a!pfa,
jaconets,' cambrics, A aluuM tfcinf
else, which they thiuk are worthy the l"
Untiou of the community..
EVERETT ii ASIIECRT.
- .. In the Sqwttt, TV; F.rsm4.
, JrVwir, Junt 17, iS-iS. . "
1)"N. B. We purchase apo'st iry
description oX prxlu. ; ' c ' IU A