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A TURD AY MORNING VISITOR.
v.. Final Settlement. i
ALL persons interested in tbe estate of
Samuel Pippin, dee'd late of Ben
ton oountv, arc hereby notified that the un
dersigned will apply at the next January
term of the county court for said county,
for a final settlement of his administra
tion of said estate. , '
JAS. II.' LA, Tub. Adra'r.
"V"OTICE is hereby given to all credit
ors and others interested in the estate
of John Waters, dee'd., that at the next
January term of the Benton County Court,
X will make application for a final settle
ment of my administration of said estate.
JAS. II. LAY, Pub admr.
' t : Final Settlement.
ILL persons interested in the estate of
Jl of Benjamin Osborne, dr c'd., late of
Kenton county, are hereby notified mat tne
Undersigned ill apply at the next Janua
ty.termof the County Court for said
county, for a final settlement of his admin
istration of said estate.
E. S. DRAKE, Adm'r.
; Final Settlement.
ALL persons interested in the estate of
Jnmes H. Renfro, dee'd., late 6l" Hen
ry County, are hereby notified thirf the
undersigned will apply at the next .Febru
ary, term of the County Court for said
county, foro final settlement of my admin
istration of said estate.
F. G. REAVIS, 'Adm'r.
DR. WISTAR'S HALS AM
OF WILD CHERRY.
.Ilbtmnrle. Co , V. )
1Wi 21, lS-17.
Mr Seth W. Fowle Dear Sir: I take
pleasure ill stating In you my experience
i.i the use of Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Cherry. I dwn a very valuable negro
kiI, wluf was attacked with a diliiculty cf
t,ie lui g", which brought her in appear
ance to lue brilik ol tbe grave. 1 consul
led some of our best physician, wlio pro
nounced her case incurable, or that they
could do no more for her. I tried many
remedies but none did any trend. 1 saw
'some arc unit of Wistar Balsam, and
thought I would try it, but hud little faith
in it I procired a bottle, which was ad
ministered according to directions, and I
saw' she begun to mend; and before the
first bottle was gone she was up. I pro-cu-ed
a second bottle, and she took that,
and now she is, I think, cured, or nearly
o. She attends lo her daily labor, and 1
hear n i complaints from hei.
; ' R. L. JEFFEIfSON.
t'oit'umptive Paticnti! Wi!l please read
the following statement from the Ilnrrison
GnJVhc : The credulous are invited to
rend the following no'e from Rev. Mr.
Coldron, whose character for truth and ve
racity is above suspicion, and have their
doubts dispelled to the superiority of Wis
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, over all
tlier remedies now before the public ol' the
same character :
Con vims',' Ind.. Jan.2S, )KS.
It ' no less a duty than a pleasure to
state, lor the he ne.ii of the aulicted, that
I consider Wistar's l'liSain of Wild Cher
ry a great blessing to the human race.
Having tried it in a case of j-evcre ali'.ie
tioti of the lungs, I unhesitatingly rt com
wend it to those similarly afflicted, as the
het remedy I have ever tried, and olio
which cured me when physicians said I
must die, and when 1 thought myself that
my time to depart was near at hand.
Taction. To guard against n spurious
imitation of Wistar's Bulsnii, put up in
itiiladelphia by one W. M. Sear, t lie
ciNUiKi: has the nir!;es of ID-iiVy Wistnr,
M, 1)., Philadelphia, and snndfurdA Park
on the fine steel eng.-aved wrnpicr with
out both of these names, it is rosntvt.LV
COUNTER!" I; IT.
: i HENRY BLAKSLEY A Co., S. W.
corner of 3d and Chesmit streets, sells the!
hove medicine. Price $1 per bottle.
Sold also bv
BROWN & DUNN, Warsaw, 1
COXA McCI.UX, Oseola,
H. J. McELIlANEY,
and upon inquiry observing strictly the
above caution may bo found in ev ry
town throughout the State. dec.
.VOTICE. All persons indebt-
1 ed to the undersigned, imli
t-Muallv. or to the estate of Ab-
ner Arthur, dee'd., are hereby notified to
come forward and settle their respective
accounts or notes by this first day of Jan
uary next, or they will be placed in the
hands of the proper ofl'ieen for collection.
"A word to the wise is sullirient.
dec2-3t JNO. C. ARTHUR.
Dry Cioods cheaper than ever!
TOTWITHSTANDINO the extraordl
Xy n.-y large sales of Dry Goods wo
have made the present season, we have
yet on hand a lance stuck which we are
selling at prices which astonish every per
son who examines our Goods There are
yet many bargains remaining, which can
be obtained by calling at our Well linowu
Cheap establishment , B. A SHEPARD.
XfiinctiMCC Iron the best hi
rvTONS fully ass'd., Tennessee bar,
411 band, round, sofiare, sheet, slab,
riail rod and other Iron, and a large lot of
Castings, lor sue low oy
rtfi ATKISSON. C
1 : ,
T??is3t I PETITION wilfbe present
il ed to the Legislature, of Mis-
xonri, at the session commenc
ing on the 20th December, 1818, to change
the lines dividing; the counties of Cednr
and St. Clair, so as to include in St. Clair
county, all of the following townships, to
wit: Township No. .'56 of Range No. 8,
township No. 36 of Range No. -7, Town
ship No. MGof Range No. 2G.
Dec. 2, 1848-21.
JLPACA. We have the best stork of
il this article ever drought to Warsaw,
which we are selling cheaper than ou;
brethren in Boonville or St. Louis. So say
those who have examined both markets,
dec 11. A SHEPARD.
rEMCKINGs72Ps. bed Ticking, from
- 12 1-2 upwards, for sale by
iec:2 flENNETT A SHEPARD.
GOOD assortment of Country -made
Jeans, now on hand and selling low at
CiOTTON YARNS 5,000 Lbs- all num.
J hers, just ree'd. and for ale by
deci ' 'ENNETT A SHEPARD.
Of the Day Vast amount used per month
The numerous ami wonderful cures it
effects lis iniigk'd effects Vj-on Liliovs
Fevers und Fever and JguC-Great Lx-
cikmtnt among the Doctors.
rpHE 1N1HAN QUEEN VEGETABLE
JL Sugar Coated Pills are now admitted,
on nil hands, to be the most extraordinary
and valuable medicine in general use. It
not only acts as a tpecf!c upon the Bilious
and Typhus Fevers, Chills and Fever,
and Fever and arite of the wrstand south,
but in all diseases of debility, weak stom
ach, indigestion, loss of appef'te, impuri
ty of the blood, and all diseases prevalent
in a western and south-western climate.
Their great power consists in their pecul
iar eficct upon all the organs of the sys
tem, end the rapid formation of new and
rich bhioi!, which they produce. In this
lies the fiirnt secret of their success.
They are mild and pleasant in their nc
tion, but searching and permanent in their
tiled, p-iietr;iting the remotest recesses
of the system, by their ready absorption
into the blood, thereby infusing anew sup
ply of vitality ami nervous power into oil
the machinery of life. The extensive
popularity they have acquired nil over the
west and south, ensures the sales of at
Fifty liiovxmil Boxes n month.
And we fliitl ft' (Uilicult, with our large
force of hands, and the bite improvements
in machinery, which we have adopted, to
manufacture them fast enough to supply
the demand in the thirteen western and
southern State. One large manufactory
is constantly engaged in preparing the va
rious Concentrated extracts of which they
are composed. From the best information
we can obtain from ourS.tltM) selling agents
and hosts ef attentive correspondents in
all parts of the country, our medicine
cures, pel month, not less than
W,0i N) cases of Fi ver and ague, (l')ifl of
which resisted all other treatment1 :
1,600 cases of bilious fever :
5..iti!'caes o) weakness A genera! dcKlily
:! .V0 cases f various chronic disease- : , .
l,0.i() eases of weak stomach and loss of
801 cases of dyspepsia;
1 ,J00 cases of rheumatism ;
1 .Otl'l cases of Inutile complaints ;
l,J0O eases of ague cake, . ur enlarged
l,.Vio o,ises of liver complaint;
aM) eases of scarlet fever;
100 cases of typhus fever;
.!00 cases of sore throat.
This must nppenralmost incredible, but
the inim-roiis letters from physicians, u
i: tuts and those who use the medicine,
from all the western and southern Slates,
f'ntisfy us that this ivtvitn!eriite estimate,
and that cur medicine is rapidly taking
the place of the various sugar coated coun
terfeits, which ore afloat, and tbe numer
ous tunic mixtures, mad3 wholly of jtii
riuc, which are imposed upon the public
by maiiulac.ui ers who live, iioiini,'; kiunr
Kit r re!
Dr. Bragg's famous Sugar Coated In
dian Queen Vegetable Pills, are ol two
kinds the Cathartic and Toufet The
Tonic Pills are peculiarly adapted to the
quick and peimanent cure of Fever and
ague, Torpor af the Liver, and General
Debility, it is in fever and ague, dulls,
fever, kc, that they achieve their great
est triumph. It rarely "requires over 1J
hours, or more than half a Oox of the To
nic Pills, to break the diills and dlVct a
permanent cure which is rarely the case
uiih the tonic mixtures of quinine, ban k
ed about the country by ignorant pretend
eas. Those whotake the Tonic Pills once
will never forsake them.
Who can wonder, then, that a medicine
of such extensive popularity and extraor
dinary virtues should cause great
Krciiemcnt umong the Declare!'
The prejudices of physicians ngainst
their use are at last giving wa) lo'the play
of reason, and the Convictions of every
day experience whW they .derive from
their putients and friends who use them.
Doctors are now almost every day send
ing orders from every part of the country,
fur a supply of the Pills, to use in their
. For sale, wholesale and retail, at Dm.
Rraq,f Dt'.POT AS I) FAMIL Y MFD
ICtKF. STORK, N. E. corner of Market
and Third Streets, St. Louis, .Mo., and
forsahly BR 0 WXSf D lWW, Uursti J.
I'? Also, by a: W Rives and J W Bird,
Benon County, A C MoorejJ W Filler A
LeachmBii, Holivar; J Price, John
Jones, W Montgomery, Williams & Peak
and Reed Bennett, IJtrai) S R Roberts,
Krie; Waldo A McCulioch, Chntla; K Pat
terson, IMltat P 0. C Humes,: Pleutant
Prairit; Daniel Darby, PitUburgh:
OTONEWARE: 6,000 ( iallons Sto ne-
ware, ' eniikistlng of Jars, Clmitis,
Crocks and Jugs, (if all sizes and the best
quality, forsalc chrtp by ' &'&
niblcs $' Testaments.
-V trT T'U r. OM 4 - 4 ! ...i.l a.
i ""Z : V,r
n haml n,t l J nt,. bv !), linntnn Conn-
ty Ribla Sortc'-y. They can be seen and
examined at this office. novlrt
MOLASSESS. 5 flhh. N. .0. Molas
ses in store and for sale nt
Jidots ami Shoes.
E have on hand a first rale assortment
Vi of a!)
kinds, including a good lot of
tJIIAWLS. Cloth, Cashmere, Damask
J and Plaid Shawls, lart
cheap by dec2 R. A
e sizes, lor sale
f ftOXES best Collins Axes,
J 5 do Paul's A Root's do.,
Yankee and Kentucky paltcrns,' for sale
cheap at dees' SHEPARD'S.
"ITUCKVVJIEAT FLOUR! j
(WVLbs superfine in store and for
47i saleby SUEPARD. j
.Monthly E$t!llctiH, .11.
rjlHE position of
A tho Gin'I'eiibi-ig
Company in its rela
tions to the heahh of
the eemmunity is
now iullj' establish
ed ; and the admira
ble series of the
cines are ery where
taking the lead Oi all
otbers. Jn numerous portions ol thfc coun
try, THE MEDICAL. FACULTY .idi-vt ! KJhCitt Taxes.
these medicines in their practice ; sat'sli- , joTICE is hereby Riven that the C.tv
ed that by their use they can more cer- j Taxes lor 18 lrt, are now due and pay
tainly combat Diww. in all t .forms.- We .J he CoJlt.f ,r 1I)By be found at ol
A.id not only do physician ' sanction and . t hour of the dav, loanng about
encourage their use, but 1 HL CLERGY I , trei ,,, an(I t0 rece0 Bnd
of every denomination attest their won- , t for r1 a-m(UIIlts nnH: ,tue.
certiii citicacy ; anu in numerous ways i
recommend them to the people of their i
THE LEGAL PROFESSION testifv !
to the same thing; in short, the public at
large hail the introduction of these medi-
There are over TF.N TII0VSAD A-
fj FKCIKS of the Company in the United
States, which are not only profitable to ;
the agents, but of vast benefit to the in- I
habitants. There should not be a single
Town, Village or Hamlet,
without its Gitcfenberg Depot ; and if this
Bulletin is read where there is no agency,
application should be made for one at once
Certificate almost without number, are
on file at the ollice of the Company, testi- now open and exposed for sale, and v. e
lying to cures of the most astonishing feel justified in saying that we are oiler
kind ; many of which have been duly ex- ing them at from H to 50 percent, cheap-
uiiuueci uy tne lowow ing uistmguiblieu
Kev. iN. U.VNOS, J. I)., 1-IHNCIS
Halt., Esq., Ex-Mayor BiiAbv, all of N.
The power of the Orfpfetibursr Medi
cines overall JSILIOCS COMPLAIXTS
no matter hat their form or severity, is a
matter of Piiofoi'nd astonishment. Let
all. therefore, who nre thus nlllieted, and
who would Cl.KAXSK T1IF. SYSTEM,
resort at once to the celebrated Gra'feu
be:g Yr.oETAr.LE Pni.sand Health Bit
ii s. At all events let them call at some
one of the agents, and get a pamphlet
which will fully explain the whole matter.
EDWARD BARTON, Sec'y.
New York, September ISIS.
The General Agent for Missouri, is E.
K. WOODWARD, St. Louis, to whom
applications for agencies may be address
ed. vThe above celebrated medicines nre
for sale at Warsaw, bv
BENNETT A SUEPARD.
HA YE now opened their large assor- '
ment of Fai l A Win-ieu GOODS,
which they offer for sale nt prices lower
than .? pastili!?. for any oilier house in town
to lake, on account of having laid in their
entire stock in Xew York A Philadelphia,
They would invite the attention of pur
chasers to their large assortment of Dry
Goods, 'consisting in part of
1,0.KI pieces Fancy Prints, ,.
20,0.10 yards 4-4 Domestics, ;
10.000 do 3-4 do
Winter Ginghams, Musliri de Laities, Al
pacas, Cashmeres, Gala P'ai.l., Shawls,
of every vcriety, Book and Swiss Mus
lins, Bishop Law n, .Jaconet, Ac., Ac. Al
so Cloths, Cassinicres, N estings, Blank
ets, Ac, &c.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
Blanket A Pilot Cloth Coats, Vests, Pan
taloons, Lamb's wool Drawers A Shirts.
M.its, t ftny lSoi?!t & Shot s'.
A fresh supply of superior Kip' Boots
ami Mine, also coarse Boots, tmoes. La
dies and Misses Gulf and Morocco Shoes
Hardware S,' S.k!d!ery of every descrij Hon.
A full supply, of beautiful patterns and du -rable
w are. . .
fi00 Bbls Kanawha Salt,
00 do old Rectified Whiskey,
1 pipe, 2 hf do and 20 bbls Brandy,
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Malaga, Tene
rill'e and Claret Wines.
10 Chests Ten,
. PIO bags supbrior Rio Coflee,
20 do Havana do.
10 Ilhds Sugar, (a superior irticle)
20 kegs Dupoiit's FFF glutted Rifle
CO boxes Tpbacco, (Congress plug. )
Indigo, Madder, Salaratus, jluhi, Spice,
Pepper, Copperas, Rice, Ac, Ac".'
1,000 bundles Spun Cotton. "
TUe above articles will bi sold for
CA S1I and PR 01) UCK only. .
HENRY A BORLAND, .
novl ' No. 4G, Main st.
"B RON! 10,000 Lbs. Pittsburgh A Ten
. nessee Iron, consisting of all sizes tire,
i & IronrC..ti.. of all kinds
' agon boxes, plow moulds, Ac,
store and selling at the lowest prices, at
Of Agriculture, Manufactures, Mechanic
Arts, Internal Improvement, Commerce,
and General Literature.
M. TARVER & T. F. RISK,
Editors and Proprietors.
Sr. Louis Published Monthly, at $3
per annum in advance. ocl23.
4QQQUUSHELS WHEAT wanted
!4oOTby J. ATKISSON.
vartlKAT, Flaxseed, Beeswax, Dry
tt Hides, Tallow and Deer Skins, lor
w hich the highest prices will be paid by
sepf2'J BENNETT A SUEPARD.
To those most concerned.
I LL those indebted to me either by note
,i or account, would do well to come for
ward and make immediate payment, as
money 1 must have from some source, and
none so honorable as the one I intend to
pursue. As but a short time can be allow
ed to any, I would be pleased you would
take advantage of it, and save me the un
pleasant duty that I will have to perform
in rase of failure.;, ' 5 'Call at the store of
Messrs. Henry A Borland, and you will
find me at all times.
ocUM R. C. IIE.VRY.
IN THE MERCANTILE BUSINESS !
C HltWIt WUI JUIU I I lira villi -
tvrers ruined! Immense arrival of new
i..i i i- r. ?)......... sr.. ... ,f..i..
Fall and Winter Goods, at
jjinjwETT &. snup Ann's
IKE have just returned from St. Louis,
u and having found all kinds of Goods
selling at such ruinous low prices, we were
j t(.niI,teJ to purchase more than double the
nmount which we usually lay in at this
season of tbe year. These Goods are
, er than ever heiore.
All our Goods lor the use of the Ladies
have been selected with our usual well
known good taste, and arc warranted tube
of the latest ond best styles. Please give
us a call before purchasing, and if low
prices w ill sell them they are bound to go.
ocl7 BENNETT A SUEPARD.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
("or sty or Ren to .
i In Vacation, .1.
TlroMAs Dii.Lort "1
I A ... . I , TA. . i 1
Petition for Di
vorce. ON this 2 1th day of October. A. D. 1S43,
the said complainant filed in the Clerks
! ollice of the Benton Circuit Court, a l'eti-
tion for t Divorce, nlledging that his wife,
the said Adelaide P. Dillon, about ibellh
; day of Angus!, IStti, wilfully left his bed,
:boerd r.nd house, and abandoned and wil
; fully deserted and absentejl herself from
ilhe said Petitioner, without a reasonable
1 cause, for two years and more, which facts
so a Hedged have been duly sworn to ac
i cording to law, and also that the said Pe-
titioner has filed an ullidavit showing that
, said Adelaide P. Dillon is not a resident of
I Therefore it is ordered that the said Ad-
elaide P. Dillon be notified that, unless she
be and appear before the 1 lonorable'Judgc
of our Benton Circuit Oourt.at the Court
House in the city of Warsaw, in Benton
county, on tlie first day of the next term of
our said Court, which w ill be begun'and
held on the second Mondayjin March next,
and within the first six days of said term,
if the term so long continue, and if not,
then before the end of the term, plead, de
mur, or answer to said petition, the same
; w ill be taken as confessed, and a decree
I'hfered according to the prayer of said Pe
titioner. And it is further ordered 'hat a copy of
this order be published in som. news pa
per printed in this State 'for eight w eets
successively, Ihe lost publication thereof,
to be at least four weeks before the com
mencement of our said next term. '
THOS J. BISHOP, CPU.
I'.IIE undersigned have this day formed a
Copurtneisiiip under the firm of Henry
I R. G. HENRY,
i WM. P. BORLAND,
j Warsaw, Mo. Oct.i'th, ltMt
j JAN.CY GOODS. Fringes and Gimp's
j I of til colors A w idths, worsted hoods,
comforters, mitts, shell and horn, tuck and
side Combs, hooks and eyes, dolls, jewel
ry , gloves, hosiery, pins, needles, Ac.. Ac.
ior sale cheap by B. A SUEPARD.
Winter Dress Goods.'
M'E have tho largest stock of Winder
l Dress Goods ever, exhibited ii this
phiro. Amo! them nre . .
j&'lack. P ain and Fitfd. Alp'atan, f L(
and Aloil cvl'J. do., Oregon C ih
' ifiirnin PUiidi, Muslin dr Loifrt'
and Cashmeres, fod. and ,
,Vj are selling iucin S per aent cheap
er than last year. t.B, A SHEPARD.
pOKINO A, VOOD
J atjbrted for SJ by
'-..., v - t
AWirANTEl) to purchase a Negro
fji j vvoiuan, ueiween me Bges l
Its and 30 years one that has been
accustomed to do limise w ork for which
a fair price in CASH will be paid, if im
mediate application is made to
sept30-tf ! i JAS. II. LAY,
10 miles N. W. of Warsaw.
. . Blsv F A MT KIC LY'S
.Medicated Strengthening Plaster
THIS plaster has been prepared under
the iinmediatti eye and superintend
ence of mi old physician, who is a gradu
ate of the University of Pennsylvania,
and has had extensive practice for more
than SO years in treating the various dis
eases incident to this country.' lie confi
dently recommends., this Plaster, fiom a
thorough knowledge of its virtues, to be
supeiior to every Plaster now in use. By
keeping up a gentle perspiration, it is ad
mirably adapted for Pains or Weakness
in the Breast, Side, Back or Limbs ; also,
for the Gout, Rheumatism, Enlargement
of the Spleen, Liver Complaint and Dys
pepsia, and for Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Diliiculty of Breathing, Oppression bf the
Stomach, Ac. To all persons predisposed
to Consumption, or who are subject to vi
olent coughs and colds, they are particular
ly recommended as (hey give almost im
mediate relief, and for pleasantness, safe
ty, ease and certainty, they are decidedly
superior to most other remedies.
Persons nlllieted v. ith any of the above,
diseases will find Dr. Easterly's Medica
ts9 Strengthening Plaster much superior
to tiny other ever before offered to the pub
lic. Physicians, druggists and dealers in
Medicines, will find it to their interest to
keep t supply of these valuable Plasters
on hand to accommodate their patrons.
S-3" For sale, wholesale and retail, at the
Medical Depot of Dr. E. Easterly, south
cast corner of 3d and Ohesnut streets, St.
Louis, Mo., and by agents throughout the
Western States. " apl25
For sale by Rrown A. Dunn, Drug
gists, agents for Warsaw, Mo;
SVGA uTlTllhdsT N7o7isgar?
50 sacks Colfee,
50 Bbls Ohio Whiskey,
10 do Cog. & Am. Brandy,
10 do Wines, ass'J.
5,000 Lbs. Cotton Yrns,
being ree'd nuj fur sale at low price by
ept23 J. ATKISSON.
flALICOES. 2.r0 pieces English and A
l merican Calicoes, selected with our
well known good taste, and selling nt pri
ces ruinous lo fhs manufacturers.
oct7 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
TAPS' CAPS!! 50 doz Men and boys'
l Otter, Seal, A'utria, Muskrat, Plu:h,
C oth and Hair Caps, cheap for cash bv
oel7 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
I OOKING-GLASSES-Of all sizes,
s I from 10 cents to !li IK), for sale bv
june3 R ENN E'l'T ASHE PAR D.
IjMRST Quality 15,000 Lbs. first rate
article of Flour, lor sale at .
sept2 BENNETT A SHEPARD'S.
'MHE best quality ever sold in Warsaw,
i. such as Churns, Jars, Crocks A Jugs.
aug5 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
SCYTHES. Grain, Grass and Brush
Scythes, Sueads and seylhe tones, for
sale cheap for cash by B. 3k S.
Ueaily Made Clothing.
CCi) DOZ Summer Coats Pants A Vests,
-w for sale at what the cloth costs (ma
king thrown in.) junel7 ,, B. A S.
Su2:ar and Cofit'e ! .
IP HE best and cheapest in town. We can
I prove what wo sav.
aug5 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
JONNETS BONNETS ! We bave a
Jfew bonnets yet left, which we will sell
at cost to close the lot 'call sen.
rug.) BENNETT A SHEPARD.
rS all sizes, Irom 4d
"'fj KEGS all sizes, Irom 4d to20d,and
tloorinir brads for sale cheap by
BENNETT A SHEPARD.
1)ORTLAND TOBACCO.- VI boxes of
this popular Tobacco just landed from
the '"Wave" for sale bv
junel7 B&. SHEPARD.
1E lmve a splendid assortment for sale
It lower thui'i ever before bv i
jui.el7 U.&i SHEPARD.
I OOTS A SHOES. We. have on hand.
the birgi't assortment ot Jtoot and
Shoes in Warsaw among them are Culf,
Kip, Seal artd thick Boots-men's Caif,
Morocco, Kip and thick Shoes Ladies
Gaiter and Morocco Boots, half gaiter.
kid,enlf and'kip Shoes, kid, calf and seal
Slippers, kid and calf Buskins, Misses
gout and seal Shoes and Slippers, Boys'
coarse And. kip Shoes,. Children's seal,
morocco, calf and gaiter Shoes, Ae., Ao.
all for sale cheap by
junc3 ' BENNETT SHEPARD.
Jgue Medicines all warranted!
K MORTIMER'S Tonio Mixture
orrsnted to cure or.'po, pay I
DR. BARTOW'S .JCOLLYCOG"
positively a ccrtauv cure.
Spedileu's and other popular Pills !br sale
loxy also ijuuune, t cost bv
ejf23 , JAS; ATKISSON.
ri:n:i! imi inn:.
OKVERand AGUE, Dumb Ague j ChUI
1- Fever, Intermittent A Remittent Fe
vers, and all tbe various form ef Bilious
diseases, speedily and permanently cured
by DR. WATSON'S INDIAN VEGET
ABLE TONIC. i !.
This valuable medicine was prepared
from an extensive practice of several
years in a bilious climate in the Westeru
Stat-js, and was never known to fail of cu
ring Fever and ague, or any of the above
It is equally effectual for the cure of Li
ver Complaint, Jaundice, Enlargement of
the Spleen, (called Ague Cake) and the
Various lofms of bilious diseases. 1 nesr,
with the other various affections of such
climates, arising from a common miasmel
Cause, are only modifications of the samst
disease, and equally controlled by th
same rcmedv. i . ' ,
Residents of bilious climate.' emigrants
or persons traveling through. infected dis
tricts of Cnuntrv. will net only' find Dr.
Watson's Indian Vegetable Tonic a safe.
speedy and ellcctuul cure, but an absolute
Each bottle or medicine Is accompani
ed with a pamphlet on the Causes, Treat
ment and .(Jure of 'Fever and Agce. 'aiid
other form of bilious disease, containing
much valuable information, and may W
had gratis of all authorized agents for tha
sale of the Tonici None genuine without
the written signature ef N. F. Watn, M.
D., on every bottle, Inventor and Propri
etor. . , ',
Dr. E. EASTERLY, sole Genersd A.
gent for the Western. States, south-east
corner of 3d and Chesnut streets, St. Lou
is, Mo. , Price $1 per bottle. -fi.'
J. for sale by Messrs. Brown iVDunri,
Druggists, agents for Warsaw, Mo.
SEPTEMBER 20, 1843!
t ,i f , .
IS now receiving a splendid stock ef ;
Fall and Winter Dry Goods
GROCERIES, &c., &c
whibh lie is offering at, extremely "Urn
prices." Jhe public are respeclluiiy in
vited to call and examine his stock. . ,
DRY GOODS,.frcsh A handsome styles
of all kinds, suitable for the season
for sale very low by J. ATKISSON.'
,;. .At your own Vtfi-fcl, :t
Vfl the season tot selling-?im:nr drew
Goods is draw ing to a clpiend we sJc
so w ish tv make room (or an immense stck
of Fall and W inter Goods, wa will now
sell our Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, Be-
rages, Ac, Ac, at your own pnoe r Ke
collect that we have the prettiest assort
ment in town, and the price shall not spoil
a trade. Purchasers should -nut let this,
opportunity pass, without securing some
o: the ba. gains which we shall offer. - .
augd lSt,.Vt,I ( AMlbrAKU, .
lilSTF.il T. V V'S. nf n.nf hpftutifiil
JL styles at from IS to 23 cents, at
mayo J. ATMSSOIM.
PITTSBURG COTTON YARN 10,;,
000 Lbs. all numbers, from 5 1q 12 for
sale cheap by B. A SHEPARD.
Hrst and last Call! , , ,
1 LL those having notes or accounts with
,1 ns due prior to the first day of January
last, are hereby notified that unless imme
diate payment is made, such notes and ac
counts w lU be placed in the hands or tne
proper oi'icer lor collection. We mean
just w hat we say we . want money aud
must have it.
junt24 RROWN A DUNN. .
S 1A lFiSA LTT SALTlii'
3.000 SACKS ground alum Salt, Very
large ami full, for sale cheap by" B. & S,
Fresh Arrivals from
rbiladolphta and S$f. I.ouia.
U'E have just ree'd. from Philadelphia
II and St. Louis, a fresh and well assort- ,
ed stock of CI OODS, which we respecti
fully solicit ihn, peoplu of 7enton county
ami 6'outb-west Miseiui generally to call
and examine. . They were purchased low,
and will be sold very cheap, consisting ef
50 Bags best Rio Coffee, 10 Hhds. Sugar,
5 Mils Molasses, dOU lbs. com. A best '
' loaf Sugar, Whiskey, brandy,
l'or,t Wioe.com.&fine, Mai- , 'r
ga A Madeira do., sack"
Abb SALT, Gun- ' : !
pnwrler. Imp. A
' spice, - K"
'..i 'I t
pepper, ginger, ;l ,'
' Indigo, jnadder, alum, u 1 V
. " copperas. suler.tus, rosiiu i , o.
brimstone, p A tallow candles, . 't
Window glass (all siaes,) powder,
lead, shot, nails, iron, castings, cottoa .
yarns, liuseeil A castor oils, white lead, kJ
' ' A generarassnrtmeiir rT, - ;
HARDWARE & QUEKNSVVA'RE.
Palm leaf, Rutland, Panama, Russia, !!.'
ver. Fur and Wool Hats, all ounliliesf
BOOTS &. SIIOES.a splendtil ateek .
S Prints, eassimerrs, cloths. tittinet,'.
Janes, all kinds s GeiKs and boys luititiitr
wear,- a large lot if heavy Diueatics
besides fasbioiiable bonets, lawBs,luaca; .
jaconets, cambrics, A almost ejf thing r
else, which they tiunt are worthy tlie l
tention of theconi.nuuity. - s
EVEKEIT & ASHBl RT, ... ,
. In the Sqtim t Top Frm.
Hrie, Jans 17, 1848. i i -i , t,
... ,-.: , t
-" X. fl.-jWe purchdso t(nin)it .er
description it produtc. ' "'. ., E. A A.
f Ehae now akt on hand, end will .
' be supplied throughout the season,
with this celebratr.1 Chee. -Jun3
BENN ETT A fc!l EPA R n.
p Bbls. best Cider Yiiieaur, 6 de. N'o.- 1 .
) and 9 Mckrel, 0du p.. taad Sugsr.
bou.9 Malse, 10tQtJ JUU. t?- f '
Hi ver I'low, for salt Vy'.,,j - '. &.A
....r..r: 1 iJ.f-i' " s'w''"'-