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SATURDAY. MORNING VISITOR.
ALL person interested In the estate of
9amuel Pippin, dee'd late of Ben
ton county, are hereby notified that the un
dersigned will apply at the next January
termor the county court for said county,
for a final settlement of hti administra
tion of said estate.
JAS. II. LAY, Pub. Adm'r.
. ( i n:Final Settlement.; i i
"VT OTIC E i hereby given to all credit
il ors and others interested in the estate
of Job Waters, dec'd., that at the next
January term of the BeutonCounty Court,
I tt mak application for a final settle
Si itiejit ( my administratm of said estate.
. i JAS. H. LAY, Pub admr.
dee!6-4t-4 ; " " ; ,
t.flLnl Til I X ill I uILu..JiL.J..4-l
'tt , persons, interested In the estate 'of
. jl of .Benfiunin Osborne, dee'd., late of
M. II III KJkHVIIH,IIVl
V Benton fount v. art hereby notified that the
p Undersigned will appl the next Jamia--
" y term r the bounty uoiiit mr saio.
eounry, for a final settlement of his admin
titration of said estate. ' ' ' t "
E. S. DRAKE, Adm'r. .
v ..4ecl6-4f-18 . .v.v. .
I- 1 LL persons interested in the estate of
vu lames 11. Keftrro, tierti., late oi lien-
fj County, are hereby notified that the
wtmdersigned will Apply at the next Febru
to ary .term of the' County Court for said
rfji eouhty, fort finnl settlemeutof my admin
m titration of aaid estate. v , i,. (
fni! ri -i - 1. f G. RE A VIS, Adm'r. '
V. 16-4M6 U-r..- i -' I
-i-tDRJ WISTAR'S HALS AM
Z ; QF WILD CHERRY.
-'irfifi-u1 .'$ II
r.i h t ;
'.... 1 Albemarle Co.(Va.' v
I rn -.!..! ,'. s ' -March 21, 1847. i
;jv .rjMr Seth W. f owle Dear Sir: I take
'. pleasure in stating to you my experience
l in the use of Wietar's Balsam of Wild
i... Cherrv.V I own very valuable negro
1 frli "who, was attacked with a diflicwlty of
t the ,Jungs, wniett Drought ner, in appear-
i anee to the brinft of the grave.. . I consul
ted some of our best physicians, who pro
, nounced her case incurable, or that they
(l , could do no more for hr. I tried many
remedies but none did' any good.- I saw
aonrf aceount of Wistair's Balsam, and
thought I would try it, but Had little faith
, in if i I procured a bottle, which was ao
ministered according to direetious, and I
. , saw she began to mend ; and- before the
first bottle was gone ehe was up, I pro
.eured, a second Bottle, and she took that,
and now so is, I think, cured, or nearly
sq. She attends to her daily labor, and I
' teal no complaints from her.
. R.T,. JEFFERSON-
ContvmpUv Patitniil Will please read
. , (he following statement from tl Harrison
Gaxette : The credulous are invited' to
read the following note from Rev. Mr.
Coldron, whose character for truth And ve
v nacity is above suspicion, and have their
doubts dispelled to the superiority of Wis
. tur1! Balsam of Wild Cherry, overall o
!" ttier remedies now before (he public of the
same character : , ,
. CttVDOityInd., Jan. 28, 1848.
It is no lesa duty than a pleasure to
T.iMe for the benefit of the aflucted, that
. J consider Wistar's BaHsam of Wild Cher
t ry a freat blessing to the human race.
a Having tried it in a case of severe afllic-
, tlorvof the lungs, I unhesitatingly recom
i; mend it to those similarly afflicted, as the'
best remedy I have ever tried, and one'
iWlilvb cured me when physicians said I
must die, and when 1 thought myself that
my time to depart was near at hand. -
tui .in.' A. v is! ' . '. WM. COLDRON. I
-n '' CAtmoJK To guard against a spurious
r imitation, or wintars- Balsaia, put up in
-: Philadelphia by one W. M. Spear, the
asnvivit has the names of Henry Wistar,
' Mi D., Philadelphia, and jandfnrd & Park
l on the line steel engravea wrapper with
' Out botfi'ot these names, it is pontiveLV
u iUrUENKYBLX SLEY & Coj, S. W.
- corner of 3dand Clien nut streets, wlls the
t tk4HT mediotne. Price $1 per bottle. 1 v
ti.. SoUlalso'by y-u
fi .-., , SROWN& DUNN, Warsaw,
1 ,.' i OXA McCLAIN, Oseola,
v . J. MeELHANEY, ' '
k " ; i. Springfield,
nd jipon1 ihqairy observing strictly the
' above cawtloni may be found in evr ry
tbwn throughout tse State. ' decs
' W!OTrcE.-AlI persons indebt
l f J it ed to the undersigned, indi
' vidlially,rWi'th etateof Ab
' ner Arthur, dee'd., are herttiy notified to
' some forward and settle their respective
"accounts or notes by the; first' day of Jan
ttsry next; or they wilt1 be-placed' in the
: hands of tile proper officers for collection.
A word to the wise is sufficient. -
defS-aV ' JNO. Ci ARTHUR.
Dry Good cheaper than ever!
VTOTWITnSTAN01NG the extraonU
,A iuuy Urr aaliecr Ury Goods we
. made tiw present season; w hav
yet Ba a ute stuca, wnicn'we are
'stclUpff at piicc Wh astoaish every pet
; -'torn whox:aiiie,i(ur Goods : l"hereas
Vet mjiy bargains remaning, which tM
pe obi. lined by caliiiic ct tr well Iuswb
ykaytahlihmeaU B. AS1IEPARD.
TcnptesMsre Srattte bci in
." . Warsaw.
'J f TOKS' ftillr fi, TVteee bar,
W, tnuU, mfourei abeeC slab,
stxil al trim, stU a isrpe lu U
1 PETITION will be present
I d to the Legislature of Mis-
,1"1 ' souri, at the session commenc
ing on the 25th December, 1843, to change
the lines dividing the counties of Cedar
and St. Clair, so as to include in St. Clair
county, all of the following townships, to
wit : Township No. 36 of Range No. 28,
townsfifp No. 30 of Range No. 27, Town
ship No. 30 of Range No. 26.
Dec. 2, 1848-3t.
ILPACA. We have the best stock of
il 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.
dec2 B. A SHEPARD.
riVlCKlNOS. 20 Ps. bed Ticking, from
A ' 12 1-2 upwards, for sale by
drc2 ! .BENNETT A SHEPARD.
A GOOD assortment of Country-made
Jeans, now on hand and selling low at
dec2 SHKPARD'S. .
fiOTTON YARNS-5,000 Lbs- all nuin-
J bers, just ree'd. and for sale by
BENNETT A SHEPARD.
Of the Day Vast amount used pfr nxonih
The numerous and wonderful tures it
effects Its mngical effects upon Bilious
Fevers and Fetter and Jtgue Great Ex
citement among the Doctors.
milfi INDIAN QUEEN VEGETABLE
jl sugar coaiea mis are now aaimueu,
n all hands, to be the m6st extraordinary
and valuable medicine ifl general use. It
not only acts as a trpecifit upon tne Bilious
and Typhus Fevers, Chills and Fever,
and Fever and ague of the west and south,
but in all diseases of debility, weaK stom
aeh. indigestion, loss of appet!te, impuri
ty of the blood, and all diseases prevalent
in a western ann soutnvwestern climate.
Their great power consists in their pecul
iar effect upon- all the organs of the sys
tem, and the rapid formation of nero and
rich blood, which they produce. In this
lies the great secret or their success.
They are mild and pleasant in their ac
tion, but searching and permanent in their
encrt, penetrating the remotest recesses
of the system, by their ready absorption
into the blood', thereby infusing a new sup
ply Of vitality and nervoos power into all
the machinery of life. The extensive
popularity they have acquired all over the
west and sonth, ensures the sales ef at
least - '
Fifty thousand Boxes a month
And we find it difficult, with our large
force of hands, and the late improvements
in machinery, which we hate adopted, to
in an ul act urs tnem last enougn to supply
the demand in the thirteen" western and
southern States. '. One large manufactory
is constantly engaged in preparing tne va
rious concentrated extract's of which they
are composed. From the best Information
we can obtain from our 8,000 selling agents
and hosts of attentive correspondents in
all parts of the country, our medicine
cures, pet month', not less than i
10,000 cases of Fever and ague, (1000 of
which resisted an ottter treatment;
4.KOO ease' nf hilinus fever:
5,300 cases of weakness A general deoility
2,500 cases of various chronic disease :
1,000 cases of weak stomach and os of
800 cases of dyspepsia;'
1,200 cases of rheumatism ;
1,000 cases of female cow plaints;
1,200 cases of ague cake, or enlarged
1,500 cases of liver complaint;
500 cases of scarlet fever;
400 cases of typhus fever ;
300 cases of sore throat.
'"' This must appear almost incredible, but'
the numerous letters from physicians, a
gents and those who use the medicine,
from all the western and southern States,
Lsatirfy us that this is a moderate estimate,
ana mar our medicine is rapiuiy laning
the place af the Various sugar coated coun
terfeits, which are afloat, and the numer
ous tonic mixtures, mad- wholly of Cui-
ti. whifih nr im nosed upon the public
by manufactui ers who live, nobody knows
where! v ' "".
Dr. Bragg 's famous Sdear Coated In
dian Queeu Vegetable Pills, are of two
kinds the Cathartic and Tonic. The
Tonic Pills are peculiarly adapted to the
auick and1 permanent cure of Fever and
ague, Torpor of the Liver; and General
Debility. . It is in fever and ague, chUls,
fever. Ac. that thev 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 effect at
permanent cure which is rarely the case
with the tonic mixtures of quiaine, hawk
ed about the country by ignorant pretend'
ejs. Those who take the Tonic Pills once
will never forsake thera
Who can wonder, then, that a medicine
of such extensive popularity and extraor
dinary virtues should cause great
Excitement among the Vector!
The prejudices of physicians agaititt
their use are at last giving way to the play
of reason, and the convictions of every
day experience which they derive from
their patients and friends who use them
Itoctors are now almost every day send
toifforders- from every part of. the country
for si' supply of the Pills, tor use; in their
For sle. wholesale nf retail, at Dr.
Mraaae DEPOT AND FAMILY MED-
ICtNR STORE, N. E. corner of Market
and Third Streets, St lxniis, Md., atfiT
PorsaUVy BROWJVtc DUNJT, Warptur.
-A.bvC. W Rives and' J1 W Bird.
Bcnto County AC 'Moot. J W Filler &
-4 m ' ri. ..' (' n
Joaes, W Mootouiery, WUham ft Peak
and Beonett, UufiJat S R. Roberts,
Kru; WaU McCulWh, Ottalai R Pat-
tmoa, UUu P O.; C Humei, PI
Prairie Uaakl Drty, PUiAuryk.
C!TOMC'rAR& &UO GkNuitMe-
3 rre, roasisfJair of Jars. Cbnrsis,
Cnrlti aad Jgs,f mil sites lad tbe best
fasJifff Tor sale cbcap b 1 Jf-JtS.
BIBLES from 30 cenUto $1 79, and a
ny quantity of at a Dime each, now
oil hand and for sale by the jB union Coun
ty iuu ftocuty. l hey can be seen and
examined at this Office. ' novl8
M0LASSESS.-5 Abls. N. O. Molai
ses in store and for sale at
Hoots and Shoes.
If E hate on hand a first rate assortment
of all kinds, includinff a eood lot of
cnuureii's sdoos. , laec'Ji
HAWLS Clofh, Cashmere, Damask
and fht6 Shawls, large sizes, for sale :
cheap by dec2 B, A SHEPARD.
5 BOXES best Covins Axes,
9 do Paul's & Root's do..
Yankee and Kentucky patterns, for sale
cheap at " fdec2 SHfcPARD'S.
At(H Lbs supcrfirfe in store and for
HtUV Jmlthy . . .SHEPARD I
Monthly Bulletin, JVb. J.
rplIE- position of il or account, would do well to come for
1 the Grajfenberg wrd "d me "mertiate Pymeiit, as
Company in its rela? n,one)r must hv. from one ource, and
tions to the health' of
cines are evry where
taking the lead of all
others. In numerous portions of the coun
try, THE MEDICAL FACULTY adopt
these medicines in their practice , satisfi
ed troU by their use they can more cer- J
tninly combat Disease in alt its forms.
And not only do physicians sanction and
encourage their use, but UiliULtiUUY
of every denomination attest their won
derful efficacy; and in numerous ways
recommend them to the people of their
THE LhrtJAL PUOr ESSIUJN testify I
to the same tmVig ; in short, the public at
large hail the introduction of these medi
cines as a PUBLIC. BLESSING.,
There are over TEN THOUSAND A-
GENCIES of the Company in the United
States, which are not onlv profitable to
the agents, hut of vast benefit to the in
habitants. There should not be a single
Town, Vittatfi of Hamlet,- ,
. '";'6 "M i - I
Bin ei.n is reaa wnere inereis no agency,
.nnlnialinn .hniiM namm. firnn.arMii..
..v.u.u - .w.
Certificates almost withdut number are !
on file at the oflice of the Company, testi-
fying to cures or the most astonishing feel justified in sayingThat we dre offer
kind ; many of which have been duly ex- j injr them at from 25 to fit) per cenf. cheap-
amined by the following' distinguished
gentleMen : i
SJ"HeV. iV. JJANOS, I). JU., fBANCIS1
Hall, Esq., Ex-Mayor Bbapy, all of N
The power of the Gnefenburg Medi'
cines overall BILIOUS COMPLAINT?
no1 matter what their form or severity, is a
matter of PaorouNP astonishment. Let
11. therefore, who are thus afflicted, . and
wfio would CLEANSE THE SYSTEM,
resort at onee to the celebrated Grsplen-
beVg Vegetable Pills and Health' Bit-
texs. At all events letthein call at some
one of the dgents, and get a pamphlet
Wnich will folly explain' the whofe matter.
' EDWARD BARTON, Sec'y.
New York, September 1848.
The General Agent for Missouri, is Er
applications for age'acie's may 6 addressv
K. WOODWARD. St. Louis, to whortt
vri.a ii,v.ij mt. .a
for sale at Warsaw, by
BENNETT & SHEPARD.
HAVE now opened their large assort
ment of Fall A Wintbr GOODS.
which they offer for sale at prices lower,
than ts possible for ahy other house in town ?
to take, on account of having laid in their
entire stocK in ssexa xorK rmiaaeipnta.
They would invite the attention of pur-
lasers to their large assortment of Dry
chasers to tneir large
Goods, consisting iu part of
1,000 pieces Fancy Prints,
20,000 yards 4-4 Domestics,
10,000 do 3-4 do
Winter GinghamsyMtnlin de Lalkes, Al
pacas, Cashmeres,- Gala Plaids, Shawls,
Sf every vcriety, Wk and Swi. Mus-
11ns, Bishop Lawn, JaCOnet, Ac, Ad Al-
so Cloths, "Cassimer., Veug's,. Blank-
. .? . . o
eb, Ac.', &c
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Blanket A Pilot Cloth Coats, Vests, Pan
taloons, Lamb's wool Drawers A Shirts.
Hals, Caps, Boots 4 Shoes.
A fresh supply of superior Kip Boots
and Shoes, also coarse Boots, Shoes, La -
dies and Misses Calf and Morocco Stibes
Hardware 4 Saddlery of every description, i
QUEENSWARE V ; l
A full supply of beautiful patterns and du
600 Bbls Kanawha Salt, -SOt)
do'oM Rectified Whiskey,
I pip2 hf do said 20 bbls Brandy,
Port, Kfadeira. Sherry, Malaga, Tene-
rtffe and Cutret Wirtts. -
10 Chests Tea, ' '
100 bagt-supcriorRid Coffee, '
20 d ' , . lUvana dot I
I 10 Ilhdi Sugfcr, (a saperiiit article)
SO keg Dupottfs FFF giaied RiAe
f?) bores Tobart-fl, (Cdogresvplijg.)
ladigo, Madder, Salaratus, ilium, !piee,
Peeper, Copperas, Rice, Ac, Ac '''
. IjOOa bMlldle Spun Cotton. . ' I ,
"Tbe above articles win be sold for
CASlUni PRODUCE my.
IIE2CRY A BORLAND,'
Mvl " ' 46,MsJaL
IRON! 10,000 Lbs. Pittsburgh A Ten
nessee Iron, consisting of all siies tire,
band A round Iron Castings of all kinds
Wagon boxes, plow moulds, Ac, in
store and selling at the Urtrest prices, at
Of Agriculture, Manufactures, Mechanic
Arts, Internal Improvement, Commerce,
and General Literature.
M, TARVER & T. F. .R1SK, ,
' Editors and Proprietors. '
St. Louis Published Monthly, at $3
per annum in advance'. '" oct28.
WHEAT, Flaitseed, Beeswax, Dry
Hides, Tallow and Deer Skins, for
which the highest prices will be paid by
sept23 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
' T. '"'L'"j "
jf o inose most concenicu.
li LL thofie imiebted to me either by nbte
noue - V . " .
the ' eoMmimito ,;P"raue, nsouinuoniiiiicMiiuemu--nw
X etl 1 wou,d be P'easecT you would
id?7d Ahl adm4" take advantage of it, and sae me the un-
lit vuoui laiiiiic ' uMimiiiD piumui
Messrs. Henry A. Borland, and you will
find me at a& times.
oct2S R. C. IIEJVRY.
"VTOTICE Iff hereby given that the City
Taxes l'of J848, are now doe and pay
able. The Collector may be found at al
most any hout of the day, loafing about
(he street, ready and Willing to receive and
receipt for all amounts now due.
'oct28 City Collector.
IN THE MERCANTILE BUSINESS I
2J Unheard-of Low Prices Minufnctu
iurers ruined! Imtrttnse arfithl of new
Full and Winitt Goods, at
' BEHMETT & SHEPARD'S
WE have just returrifed from St. Louis,
and having found all kinds of Goods
selling at such ruinous low prices, we were
to rcha!le mbrethan double the
1 . 1 . . ... .....
''amount which we usually lay in at this
season of the vear. These Goods are
now open and exposed for sale, and we
er than ever before.
All our Goods for the nse of the Ladies
have been selected witH' our usual well
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.
STATE OF MISSOURI, &
Couktt or Bentow.
In Vacation, A. D. 1848.
Thomas Dillon V Petition for Di
Adelaide P. Dillon. J vo,ce
N this 24th day of October, A. ft. 1 843,
J the said complainant filed in the Clerks
office of (he Benton Circuit Uourt, a reti
tion for a Divorce, alledging that his wife,
the said Adelaide P. Dillon, about the 12th
dav of Aucust. 1846. wilfully left his bed,
board . un 1 1 louse d abandoned anJ wil-
l.,.' . .... ..v...i- 1.1-
' l B1U reuuoiier, wiinouia. r "i
cause, for two years and more, which facts
so allcdged have been duly sworn to ac
cording to law. and also that the said Pe
titioner has filed an affidavit showing that
said Adelaide V. Dillori'tt not a resident of
this Sfate. i ,
Therefore if is orde'r'ed'fnat the said Ad
elaide P. Dillon be notified that unless she
be and appear before the llonorable'Judge
of our Benton Circuit Court,! at the Court
House: in the city of Warsaw, in Benton
county, on the first day of the next term of
our said Court, whieu win; ,DeiegujMana
held on the second Mondayjin March riext,
and within the first six days of said term,
if the term so long continue, and if not,
then'before the end or the term, plead, de
mur, or answer to said petition, the a';tf9
will be taken as confessed, and a decree
entered according to the prayer of said Pe-
? V,' . , .. '. ,i.'' '' r
' A,,d.U l lurther ordered that a copy of
i th, or.deT be,,u"'bJ, SV , k.
, per printed in this State for eight week.
.nA.oi va! v . th last mihliefttinn thprnr
. . . j , r . ,
to be at least four weeks before the com
mencement ef mirsaid next term.
THOS J. BISHOP. Cl'k.
. fTHE undersigned haVe this day formed a'
Copartnership under tne tirtn of Henry
A Borlat4.,: . . . t
R. U. HENRY,
' " WM'. P. BORLAND.
Warsaw, Mo. Oct. 9th; 1848.
IANCY GOODS. Fringes and Gimps
of all Colors A Widths, worsted hoods.
com loners, mitts, sneii ana norn, 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.
E have the' largest stock of Winter
Dress Uodua ever exhibited in this
place. Among1 tnem ire i ,, . ,
Blade, Plain and Fitfdi Alpacas', Plaid
and Mode cold. da., Oregon and Cal
ifornia Plaids, HiUlkl d'e'ittine 1
and Cashmere, CoVd.ani' " ' '
' v PlkU W etc
, We are selling (hem 2$ per cent' cheap
er thaa last year, a. a ollLfAKU
CROOKING es WOOD
Jl WOMAN WANTED
I SS V"ANTED' P"hase a Negro
JJ Woman, between the agof
18 sim 80 years one that has been
accustomed to do btfuse work for w'hich
a fair price in CASH will be paid, if Im
mediate application is made to ' , . .
ept30-tf v JAS. H. LAY ,
10 miles Nv W. of Warsaw.
. Dr. V.. KASTEKLY'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 the University of Pentisylvania,
and has had expensive practice for more
than 30 years' in treating the various dis
eases incident tbthis countr'y, He confi
dently recominends this Plaster, fiom a
thorough knowledge of iti virtues, to be
superior to every Piaster' Aow iu use. By
keeping up a gentle perspiration, it is ad'
mirably adapted for Pains or Weakness
in the Breast, Side, Back or Limbs; alju,
for the Gout, Rheumatism, Enlargement
of the Spleen', Liver Complaint and Dys
pepsia, and for Coughs, Golds, Asthma,
Difficulty of Breathing, Oppression of 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 they give almost im
mediate relief, and for pleasantness, safe
ty, ease and certainty, they are decidedly
superior to moSt'dther remedies. '
Persons afflicted with any of the above
diseases will find Dr. Easterly's Medica
ted StrengthenMng Plaster much superior
to any other ever before offered to the pub
lic. Physicians, druggist? and dealers iii
Medicines, will find if to flipir interest tb"
keep a supply of these valuable Piasters
on hand to accommodate their patrons.
f V For sale, wholesale and retail, at the
Medical Depot of Dr. E. Easterly, south
east cornef of 3d and Chesnut streets, St.
Louis, Mo., and by agents throughont the
Western States. ' apl25
t "f For sale by Brown A Dunn, Drug
gists, agents for Warsaw, Mo.
UGAR. 15 Hhds. N. O. Sugar,-
50 sacks Coffee,
50 Bbls Ohio Whii-key,
i 10 do Cog. & Am. Bramly
, 10 do Wines, asa'd.
5.000 Lbs. Cotton Yarns.
being r'ee'd and for' stile at low price' b;
epf23 , J.ATKISSUN.
(1ALICOES 26tJ'pieces English and1 A
V merican Calicoes, selected with' our
well known good taste, and selling at pri
ces ruinous to tire manufacturers.
oct7 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
CAPS ! CA PS ! 160 dox Men and boys'
Otter,- Seal, A'utria, , Muskrat, Plush,
U oth and Hair Caps, cheap for cash by
oct7 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
uuKirvu-ULASfcs-ur an sizes,
X A trom 10 dents to (K,for Stef By
june3 BENNETT A SHEPAHD
FLOUR! FLOUR V.
TTMRST QuirfitV 15,000 Lbs. first rate
-L article of Flour, for sale at
sept2 BENNETT A SHEPARD'S.
ri WE best quality ever sold in Warsaw
JL such as Churns, Jars, Crocks A Jugs;
BENNETT A SHEPA RD.
ftCYTHES.t Grain, Grass and Brush
OScvtlies, Sneads and scythe stones, for
sale cheap for cash by 1). & S.
Ready Made Clothing.
6)6 DOZ Summer Coats Pants A Vests,
for sale at what the cloth costs (ma
king thrown in.) jtinel7 B. AS
Susar antl Coffee J
FTHE best and cheapest in town
a prove wuai we say.
aug5 BEMNETT A SHEPARD
BONNETS BONNETS ! We have a
few bonnets yet left, which we will sell
at cost to close the lot call soon.
sugft BENNETT A SHEPARD,
rn KEGS all size's, from 4d to20d,and
JJ tiooring brads for sale cheap by
aug5 BENNE?IT A9HEPARD,
"I JORTLAND TOBACCO'. 10 boxes of
JL this popular 1 obscco jusmnded frotn
the "Wave" lor sale by ...
junel7 d. ec onErARD.
1IJE hav a splendid; assortm&fffor' s31e
li lower tnair ever before oy ., ,
junel7 B. & SHEPAR
T OOTS A SfiOS. We have1 dri tiario
At the largest assortment ot Boots and
Shoes in Warsaw among then are Calf,
Kip, Seal and thick- Boots men's Calf,
Morocco, Kip and thiek Shoes Ladies
Gaiter and Morocco Boots.' half gatterV
kid, call ana kip Shoes, kid,-eir and sea:
Slippers, kid and calf Buskins, Misses
goat and seal Shows and Slippers. Boys1
coarse ahd kip Shoes', Childrca's seal
morocco, calf and gaiter Shots, Ac, Aov
all for sale cheap by ,
dgve Medicines all warranted!
DR. MORTIMER'S Tonio Mixture
warranted to cure or no pay I
DR. BAUSTOW'S "KOLLYGOG"
---positively a certain cure. . '.i
IT-Thruston's. Watson's Sinninototi's
m O "1
Spedden't and other popular Pills Sbr !
low-4-alio Uuinioe, at cost by ' '
ept2T . JAS. ATKISSON. n
IEVER and AGUE, Dumb Ague, CfaUT
Fever, Intermittent A Remittent Fe
vers, and all the various forma of Blliousr
diseases, Speedily and permanently cure
by DR. WATSON'S INDIAN VEGET
ABLE TONIC. , ,
This valuable medlclmV.waa prepare
from an extensive pracfree of several
years in a bilious climate in the wesUrn'
States, and was never knowrito fail of eu-'
ring Fever1 and agueor atiy of the above'
diseases.' , , , , .
It is eqtHilly eflectualW the cMrof Li
ver Complaint, Jaundice', Eftlargement of
the Spleen, (called Ague" Cake) and fhe
various' forms oi DUious aiseases, asps
with thIS other varMtfs affections of uchj
climafes, arising froifj a common' miasmar
cause, are only modifications of the same
disease', and equally4 controlled by the
safne remedy.- , 'i'- IT '
, Residents of bilionsdi marts, emigrants'
(ft persons traveling through Infected dU-
tricts of country, will tint only f nd, Dr.
Watson's Indian TegWaTjM TotifB a sarey
speedy and effectual cM', btit Sh'tfosolufV
preventive. ,'. ''.
pitch bottle of medicine ts ac'eVrmplnl--ed
with a pamphlet orithe Caiil, Treat-"
me,ni anu iure oi itw mu nu, !
other form of bilious disease',' lonfainins;
much valuable information, eiM ftay be
had gratis or all authorized a'getMs for the,
sale of the Tonic. None genuine without
tllb written signature' qf N.'F. Watson, M.
v., on every bottle, Idventor and Propri-'
'tor.' .. ') Vi' ?
Dr. E. EASTERLY, sole General
gent for the Western States, jouth-easf
corner of 3d and Chesnut streettLot-
, Mo. . Price $1 per hottle
t:r For sale b Messrs. Brown ATAnn
Dhiggists, agents for Warsaw, Mo it
SEPTEMBER 20, 18481 14
- j. ATKISSON VV
1 now receiving a splendid stock of
Fall and Winter Dry GoOdit
GROCERIES, &c, Sic.,-
whil?h' he is offering at extremely ,f-'ow'
price." The public are respectlully in
vited to can ana examine ni siock; -
DRY GOODS, fresh A hShdsorrfe style
of all kinds suitable fir'theseaoii
for snle very low by JV ATKISSON
At youl; own Price! '
VS the srasoriTor sellMJf Summer dres
Good.'ffs drawiHg to a"c1ose,h'a we al-'
so wish to make room fotan immense stock"
of Fall and Winter GdHds. we' Will now1
sell our Calicoes, GingWims, lisWns, Be':
rages, Ac, Ac, lit your; own prtee I Re
collect that we hye the prettiest assort-'
ment in town, and the price sn notspoi?
a trade. Purchasers should nW let'thls
opportunity pass, without seewnUT ao""
oi the brfi gains which'Vevlnt1r offer. , J,
auga heivkei r Mit-rA wu.
. - ....i
1JAINTED LAWNS, or most-beautirut'
styles at from 13 to 25 eents, at ,
may J. ATKISSON.'
ITTSMfRG COTTON AhN,10,
000 Lhs. all nuintir'fri(m & to foK
sale cheap by B; A SHEPA Rl.
First and Lttst Call! , ,
ILL those having notes or accounts wlik'
us due prior to the first day of January"
last, are heibv notified that unless imme'-
diate payment is made, such notes and a'
counts will be placed in the minds or the
Jiroper ollirer lor collection: we mnm
u.t what we say we want1 m"one Cmt'
must nave it. i
june24 BROWN' A" DUNN.
SAlTri SAI.T!!SA LTIU
lOOO SACKS ground alum Salt, very
large and full, for sale cheap by B.&, S.
VcA Arrivals from -' i
riiilAdeJplna and M. I.omI.
H'Ehave ree'd.. from Philadelphia
W and St. Louis, a fresh and well assort
ed stock of GOODS, which we respect
fully solicit the people of .Benton eounry
and South-west Missouri generally iQcaU
and examine. They were purchased low,
and will be sold'1 very tlieap, consisting ef
50 Bags best Rio Coffee, 10 Hhds.' Sti",
5 lib! Molasses, OiXl lbs, comi jA best
lo'if Sugar, Whiskey, brandy, ,
Port Wiue, com. & fine, Mal
aga A Madeira do., sack " '
, Abbl SALT, Gun- .i i
powder, Imp. A .'.,, r , ,
' v spice, '"' -'I'-'t
pepper, ginger, , ..rf t .
Indigo, madder, alum,'
cdpperas, saleratus, roiiri," 1 ' '
brimstone, sp A tallow candle, ''1 -Window
glass (all sixes,) powder, .
lead. shot, nails, iron, castings, cottoa 1
yarns, linsee"d & castor oils, white lead, Ae.'
A general assortment if ''
HARDWAHE & QtEENSWARE.
Palm leaf, Rutland, Panama, Russla.tBea-'
ver. Fur atld Wool Mas", aH'tuaUtif,
BOOTS & SHOES,-a rWd:d gteck
typrirfts, eassimeres, cloii,, titntts
Janes, all kinds ; Gents and boy summeK"
wear; a lartre lot of heavy Domestieau
besides fashionable' bonets, Uwna.alpaeas.'
jaconets, cmbricSj A almost every thin
else, wnien tney ininic are worthy ui ai
tention tt the community. is . n'-vai'i
, SEVERETT & ASPBUBT,. ,
In the Sqnart Top Frn".'
Warsaw1, June 17; ftfo, r "
rtl-M t We purchas' illmeit vnr
description o preface. 'j CiA A.
Idt on hrfd!Vna'iTl
be suriblleir'throiiihouY the1 ud'.
with this celebrated Chee'teV - I
june3 BENNETT A SHEPARD.
For Faoiily Uif.
r Bbls. best Cider VldecaT, do. Wo. V
I and 9 Mackerel, 10 dN, 0 tniSnfws'
house MqlMies.-lOOULtai itaiSm,
River Flour, for $Uhr