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SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR.
ll,.!i.HEJ-3r Benjamiii Good in and Sa
il .rah'hisj-wife, on the 6th day of Novem
ber lbiG, conveyed to Theodore Swifzler,
a'celan parcel or tract of land lying end
being situated In Henry county, State of
Missouri; W wit 1 the east half of the S.
W.ouarterj and the west half of the S. E.
ifuaftifrof section No. 27, in township 43,
of range 21, Ceiitainifia ICO acres, as will
appear hy refbt'cm-e to book D.pages 415
anS.416, In the Keeurdc rs office of the
county aforesaid', in tiust, to venire Rob
ert C.TIenry, ororder, fir! note dated No
vember 1848, for $2:l(3' i;. ). i.ne day af
ter date i and ' wherens, the said note is
due and unpaid, ami the mine has been
assigned to James M. White.
Now, therefore, at the request of said
James M. White, the undersigned, Trus
tee, will; on the 24th day of February, A.
D. 1849, at the Court-hdiise door In the
town of Clinton, county arid State afore
said, sell the above described real estate
to the highest bidder at public auction, for
cawK in Hand, and upon such sale, will ex
ecute a deed thereof to the purchaser in
j4t n.tt.h THEODORE SWIT7.LER,
; feb4t-l3X' Trustee.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
' Cotikf'T or Hebky.
'Jtf.i';Jpti6er Term, A. D. 1818
JsJww J. Grihstead,
Petition for Di
vorce. Emily R. Grivstea d
ON the 1st day of November, a. n. 1843,
the said complainant filed in the Clerks
office of the Henry Circuit Court, n Peti
tion tor a Divorce, allcdging that his wife,
the ail Emily R.Grinstead, about the 1st
da of November, 1845, wilfully li ft his
bell, beard and house, and abandoned and
wilfully deserted & absented herself from
the said Petitioner, without a reasonable
causey rbrlwo years and more, which facts
no altered have been duly sworn to ac
cording So law, and also that the said Pe
titioner lias filed an affidavit showing that
sSifl Emily R. Grinstead is not a resident
of tbls State.
. Therefore it is ordered that the said Em
ly fR. Grinstead be notified that unless she
be and appear before the Honorable Judge
of otlif Henry Circuit Court, at the four!
House, Lu the town of Clinton, in Ifi-nry
'county, on the first iby of the next term ol
our an id 'Court, which will he beijiin and
held on the fifth Monday after the fourth
Monday in Mai-h next, end within the
fitt si j d.iYs of said 'erui, it' the term so
lono; continue, and if not, 1'ien 'iffo. e the
end of the term, plead, dein ir, or answ er
to sanl petitl ill) toe s'liiio wi'i ie M';on ps
ronfessed, nod a decive nlned a-curding
tqlhe urav.Piy.f yid IVtii'oio r.
And it is ftvlhr-r o-drn d hat a enpv of
this order be piibrisiujl in soi.ie imivi pa
per prioliM' III this Slat for eicriit weeks
mflJwtsij'eH-, the, lost publication thereof,
fo be al least four weeks before the eom
nienreWerM of our said next term,
, F. A. PINNKLL, Cl'k.
V.on'4eH'ul! Kxt.-aoHinarj !! &,
i .vit' . Miraculous!!!
lltXlD'-rrVlV Cw.n . I A .4
we ilely the, whole world to nrooueu
strong and undoubted testimony from
men'of such high'si finding as we have, in
favor or DR. ROGERS'' LIVERWORT
AND'TAR, in curing consumption, and
(Taking up the most distressing cutigb in
.'few hours time, i
tt. r r
r. : i . i 'i
Cihsxfmptives, Dcsfiufnot thert is Hope,
. eryn for the Dying!
Thlsvis to certify that some time since,
I was taken with a pain in my side end
lreasl-j I called in the aid of several phy
sicians, but they failed tngivo me any re
lief, am for the space or one year I grew
rapidly worse. In addition to this, I was
attacked with a violent cough ; altho'.isth
fin excellent physicion lived in tho same
house, and used the srreatt exertion, and
paid the . strictest alteuLion, it baffled nil
IKS skill -two others were railed in, one
of which was an aged and .skillful physi
cian', but all their efforts proved alike uu
availirnf. At last, a physician who wasi
Attending a Cm meeting in the neishlior
hood, came to see me, and declared that I
tfould not last ntore than one dy longer;
also, all the vt number who came to see
me, believed that a few days at most must
tSud my.earthly career. My frieuus were
no,w; called irt to see me die ! Hut my bro-tlier.'stt-tWis
crisis, (hearing (f the uston
Ishing" cures performed by Dr. Rogers'
Compound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar,)
went tOhi)licothe and back, a distance
of sixty .tniles, tn thirteen Lours, to get
some of th a"bove medicine i I cnininrn-
J l.kl.. II n.l n toll l,..r,,j t
Mad ilsedhalf a bottle, the tfniigh was en
tirely cure 1 1 from this tune I recovered
rapidlnsl when I had used two bottles,
I was able to asttfrae my family avocations
as usual. Iain fully satisfied that if it
had not been for this excellent medicine,
I. woiiM'ndw he In nry grave, and must, in
justteCi y that I truly return my sincere
thanks to the Inventor of this priceless
medicine, and would recommend all per
oa afflicted with diseased lungs, to give
i ; HARRIET RO WE.
- fttanUtn, Feb. 7, 1846.
- We, the anderaitcned, do certify that the
aaoouat of Mrs. Row e is correct, we be
ih persoaally acquainted with all the cir
Itliastanees. '':.'' :
R. P. JohnsoK, P.E.Matthews,
. fTj. Caio, Jos. Evans.
, old by ,1 Brown & Dunn, Warsaw,
Dr. Hutchison, Boonville,
Hustpti & Bascom, Lexing
ten Orders may be addressed to
t"J 'H. BLIKSLEY Ce., St. Louti
s-Blllea X TfKtamvtitst .
TV ISLES from 30 cents to $1 73, and a
JJ rlf4'liintity of at a' Dime each, how
on hind,, and for sale by the Benton Coun
tyi.B&U Society They can be seen and
examined at tnis office. ' novlS
A tSt rt Xbs. superfine In store and for
4U J jsahb ; BHEPARD.
. Administrator's Notice. '
NOTICE Is hereby given that the under
signed has obtained from the Clerk of
the Denton County court, Letters of Ad
ministration ( on the t estate or Jacob
Failer, dee'd'., bearing date he 27th day
of January, 1849. .
All persons having claims against said
estate are required to exhibit the same for
allowance to the undersigned within one
year from this date, or they may be preclu
ded from having any benefit of said estate,
and If such claims are not presented with
in three years, they will be forever barred.
GEORGE RANK, adm'r.
I LL persons interested in the estate or
il of James Keele, dee'd., late of Benton
county, are hereby notified that the under
signed will apply at the next April term
of the County Court for said county, to be
begun and held on the fourth Monday in
April next, for a final settlement of his ad
ministration of said estate.
JOSEPH CAVIN, Adm'r.
CMOKINO TO HAG CO, Pipes & nialch-
ll es, for sa le at the Drug Store 1
BROWN & DUNN.
STATE OF MISSOURI, ) .,
CoC.xtY or Wabhen.
In the Warren County Court, November
JMOVG the records and proceedings of
said Court, made on the fifth day of said
term is the following, to wit:
SAMUEL T. GREGORY, Curatorof the
Estates of Wiiliam E. and Eliza A.
Rice ( On application for tale of Heal
VOW here said curator files his petition
il for the sale of the real estate of said
heirs, lor the edueatioitand support of said
heirs, an inventory of the real estate and
the reuiaiuiiur personal estate, wilh its ap
praised value, and all other assets in his
hands, the whole verified by affidavit.
i' is therrfore ordered, by the Court, that
aH'nersons interested be notified of said
application and petition, by publication
thereof in some newspaper printed in this
S!n:e, tor siv weeks prior to the next term
of lids court : and that unless cause to tlie
c nivi.vv he shown on or before the first
d.!v of snid next term, an order will be
iM...e lor tn h sale of the whole, or so much
i T Hie i en I cstiili" of said heirs, as will be
M.;!;nei.t !or t.ie purposes nforesaid,'
1. Thon.as .1.. Marshall, Clerk of Said
Court, do certify that the lc.regoing order
is n il v copied Inmi the record in my office,
Given under my hand and seal of office,
n' nflice. this uGlhday of November,
TIIOS. .1. MARSHA LL.fl'k.
l?y Hlnhy Pariilh, D. C.
Wn6 -B 4'J
J)i;. WIST. -R'S K.A LS.AM
OL WILL) CHERRY.
Hbt.mnrle Co., Va
March 21, 1847.
Mr Sath W. Fowle-Dear Sir: I take
pleasure in stating to you my experience
in the hs'i of Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Clieirv. I own a very valuable negro
airl, v ho was attacked with a difficulty of
the Iniis, wluen brought her in appear
ance tn the brink of the grave. I consul
ted some of our best physicians, who pro-
n;ioi'eeJ tier case ineuralde, or tliat they
cou'd do no more for her. I tried many
remedies but none did any good. I saw
some account of Wistar's Balsam, and
thought I would try it, but had little faith
in it' I procured u bottle, which was ad
ministered iiccording to directions, and I
saw site begun to mend; and before the
first bottle was gone she was up. 1 pro
cured a second bottle, and she took that,
and now she is, I think, cured, or nearly
sg. She attends to her daily labor, and I
hear no compliant from her.
Con luinplire PalU'tilnl Will please read
the following statement from the Harrison
Utiette : The credulous are invited to
read the following note from Rev. Mr.
Coldr'oii, whose character for truth and ve
racity is above suspicion, tind have their
doubts dispelled to the superiority of Wis
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, overall o
ther remedies now before the public of the
sains character :
! ConvDo.v, Ind., Jan.28, 1818.
It is no less a duty than a pleasure to
state, for the benefit of thev afflicted, that
I consider Wistar's Balsam f Wild Cher
ry a great blpssing to the human race. -Having
tried it in a case of severe afflic
tion of the lungs, I unhesitatingly reeoin
mend it to those similarly' afflicted, a 4 the
best remedy I have ever tried, and one
which cured me when physicians said I
must die, and when I thought myself that
my time to depart was near at hand. ,
; Caution. To guard against a tpuriout
imitation of Wistar's Balsata, put up in
Philadelphia by one W. M. Spear, the
ocnuimi: has the names of Henry Wistar,
M. D., Philadelphia, and Sand ford Park
on the fine steel engraved wrapper with
out both of these names, it is positively
, h HENRY BLKSLEY A Co., S. W.
eornerof 3d and Chestiut streets, sells the
above medicine. Price $ I per bottle,
i Sold also by
BROWN fc DUNN, Warsaw,
i COXA McCLAIN, Osebla,
I R. J. McELUANEY, .
' '.' " ' .. V". Springfield,
nd upon inquiry observing strictly the
above cautiou may1 be found in every
town throughout the Stato.' decSf
IIo!-FOR CALIFOKN1A !
a ol w- a OL.it g out.
THE undersigned would respectful in
form all persons who intend to go to the
great mining district of California, that
they will, during the ensuing spring and
Slimmer, be prepared to furnish at their
store at INDEPENDENCE, Jackson Co.,
Mo., at the cheapest possible rates, and
upon the best terms, all articles which
will be necessary to make up complete
OUTFITS, for the trip, whether for those
who intend to go through by wagons or
otherwise, in large or small companies
and will also give such information as to
the route and manner of travelling over !
the plains as will save the noviciate from j
sufiering the hardships consequent to
them, who have not had experience in tho
. t . . i ... . , . . ..vi
ed to them upon the subject (post paid,
win oe promptly answered
WHITE A CO..
Formerly of White A Ayres, of Warsaw ' Smallman, detfd., and herein files his pe
Independence, Jan. 1st, 1849. .tition, alleging1 thnt the personal estate of
e c ,i j said dee'd. is insiillieient to pay the debts
tipr.ni;uei.i .inveruscr will pu0isaio
the amount of !f;5 and send account to W.
& Co., Independence
Ttft tit' put
, . . . I T
I ul JjW. i1 JLlLiJiN Hi
Of the Day Vast amount used per month
r.f . ,, irt i
-1 he numerous and wonderful cum it
effects Its magical effects upon Bilious
Fevers and Fever and Ague Great Ex-
.... . ji n i
tttemcni among the Doctors.
rilHE INDIAN QUEEN VEGETABLE
A 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 a specific upon the Bilious
and typhus levers, Chills and I ever,
and t ever and ague of the west and south,
but in all diseases of debility, weak stom
ach, indigestion, loss of uppct;te, impuri- '
ty of the blood, and all diseases prevalent 1
m a western and south-western climate.
Their great power consists in their pecul
iar tfiect upon all the orgaus of the sys
tem, and the rapid formation of ncu 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 I
into the blood, thpreby infusing a new sup-1
ply of vitality and nervous power into all
the machinery of life. 1 he extensive
popularity they have acquired all over the
south, ensures the sales ol at
Fifty thousand Boxes a month.
And we fiiil it difficult, with our large
force of hands, and the late improvements
in machinery, wjdcli we have adopted, to
manufacture them fast enough to supply
the demand in the thirteen western and charge. i
southern States. One large manufactory THE LEGAL PROFESSION testify
is constantly engaged in preparing the va- to the same thing j in short, the public at
rious concentrated extracts of which they large hail the introduction of these niedi
are composed. From the best information cinesasa PUBLtC BLESSING,
we can obtain from our8,tM!0 selling agents There are over T7;AT TUOVSASD A
and hosts of attentive correspondents in ' GEXCIES at the Company in the United
all parts of the country, our medicine States, which are not only profitable to
cures, pel month, not less than ' the agents, but of vast benefit to the in-
10,(XW cases of Fever and ngue, (J0OO of habitants. There should not be a single
which resisted all other treatment: I t,..., r."; ..,
4,500 cases of bilious fever ; ' ! .lU . T' ' ! U"ge "am,et'
5,300 cases of weakness A gefreral debility : S'","01!1 Owfeiiberg Depot j and if this
2.600 cases or various chronic diseases : ! B"1 tln .is red 'h,ere Nereis no agency,
1,000 cases of weak stomach and loss of IP"cnton should be made Toroneat once.
appetite; I Certificates almost vithout number, Are
800 cases of dyspepsia ; j on file at the office of the Company, testi-
1,200 cases of rheumatism ; , fy i n t to cures of the tnost astonishing
1,00) cases of female complaints ; V.ml ; many of which have been duly ex-
1,200 cases of ague cake, or enlarged amined by the following distinguished
1,500 cases of liver complaint j
500 cases of scarlet fever;
100 cas's of typhus fever ;
oOO cases of sore throat.
This must appear almost incredible, but
the numerous letters from physicians, a- !
gents and those who use thj medicine,
from all the western and southern States,
satisfy us that this is a moderate estimate, j
and that our medicine is rapmlv taking
the place of the various sugar coated coun- , berg V eoetable Pills and Health Bit
terfeits, which are afloat, and the numer- j ters. At all events let them call at some
ous tonic, mixtures, made w holly of out- one of the agents, and get a pamphlet
nine, which are imuosed upon the" public
by manufactuicrs who live, nobody hnuus
Dr. Bragg's famous Sugar Coated In
dian Queen Vegetable Pills, are of two
kinds the Cathartic and Tonic. The
Tonic Pills are peculiarly adapted to the
quick and permanent cure of Fever and
ague, torpor ol tne L.ivcr, ana ueneral
Debility. It is in fever and ague, chills, j
fever, Ac., that they achieve their great-
est triumphs. It rarely requires over 12
hours, or more than half a box of the To- j
nic Pills, to break the chills and effect a ;
permanent curewhich is rarely the case I
with the tonic mixtures of quinine, hawk- !
ed kboutthe country by ignorant pretend-;
ejs. Those whotake the Tonio Pill once!
will never forsake them. i
Who can wonder, then, that a medicine
of such extensive popularity and extraor
dinary virtues should cause great
Excitement among the Dcctors!
The prejudices of physicians against'
their Use are
' S'"'g "vnj io uie piuy .
of reason, and the eonvictiohs of every
day experience which they derive from
their patients and friends who use them.
Doctor are now almost every day send
ing orders from etery part of the country,
for a supply' of the Pills, to "use in their
For sale, wholesale and retail, tA Dr.
Bra,,,'' DEPOT AS'D FAMILY MED
IClSE STORE, N. E. eornerof Market
and Third Streets, St. Louis, Mo., a nil
For salib'y BRO IVtfSr D UJVX, Warsaw.
r -Also,by 0. W Rives and J W Bird,
Benton County; AC Moore, J W FirtcrA
Leachman, Bolivar; J Price, John
Jones, W Montgomery, Williams A Peak
and Reed" Bennett, Buffalo; S 11 Roberts,
Erie; Waldo A MeCtilloch, Ostola; R Pat
terson, Dallas P 0. C Humes, Pftasant
Prairie; Daniel Darby, Pittiburyh.'
SHAWLS.' Cloth, Cashmere, Damask
and Plaid Shawls, large sices, for sale
ckesp by dtc B. k SHEPARD.
VOTICEis hereby given to all persons
1 interested, tint the undersigned, Ad
ministrators of the estate of William J. J.
Ayres, de'd,, will apply at the next term
of the Benton County Court, to be held on
the fourtl Mondiy in April next, for a fi
nal settlement of their administration of
I JAS. M. WHITE,
I L. P. AYRE-, ,
STATK OF MISSOURI,
Couonty or Polk.
Wii.liaM M. Cmoos, Adm'r. of the
tate of John II. Snialhuau, dee'd.
The Esate of John H. Smallman.
PM Court, f Polk County, Dcccnler
PI til. ialn.
VOW at this day came Wm. M. Griggs,
I il administrator of the estate of John "11.
, , ,,, ,hp -r
real estate. Saul petition was verified by
oath as the law directs, and accompanied
. y a true accoimt ol his administration, a
1 list of the debts due to and by tho dee'd.,
and remaining unpaid, and an inventory ol
said real estate, and the assets in the hands
of the said administrator.
hu fe orJertd by lhg Covrl
all persons interested be notified thereof,
D' publication in aome newspaper printed
in this State for six weeks, that unless the
contrary be shown on the first day of next
terrri of this Court, to be begun and held
at the Court-house in the town of Bolivar,
on the first Monday of March, A. D. 18-19,
an order will be made for the sale of the
whole or so mucn of said real estate as
, will pay the debts ol said dee'd
Jnn6-6t-4 Probate Judge.
JSotithltj SSnUctiu, T
nmlE position of
- the Grajfenbcrg
Company in its rela
tions to the health of
'he community is
now fully establish
ed; and the admira
ble series of the
cines are evrywhere
taking the lead of all
others. In numerous portions of the coun-
tTJ' THE MEDICA L FACULTY adopt
"c "" v' 11,1 " i"""'"
ed that by their iise they can more cer
tainly combat DUiease in all its form.
And not only do phvsicians sanction and
encourage their usej but THE CLERGY
of every denomination attest their won
derful efficacy ; ind in numerous wavs
recommend them to the net.ule of their
"rltev. N. Basos, D. D.. Francis
Hall, Esq., Ex-Mayor Brady, all of N.
The power of the Gra-fenburg Medi
cines overall BILIOUS COMPLAISTS
o matter what their form or severity, is a
waiter of PaoroeKD astonishment. Let
all, therefore, who are thus afflicted, and
who would CLE AS SB THE SYSTEM,
resort at once to. the celebrated Uraten-
which will fully explain the whole matter.
EDWARD BARTON, Sec'y.
New York, September 1818.
The General Agent for Missouri, is E.
K. WOODWARD. St. Louis, to whom
applications for agencies may be address
fi-The above celebrated medicines are
for gale ftt Warsaw, by
BENNETT & SHEPARD.
. . .
11 1 U T T ft I
, ft rJ, I ! II I
II Fill I latJI
W"EAT, Flaxseed, Beeswax, Dry
,T H'les, Tallow and Deer Skins, for
which the highest prices will be paid by
ept23 BENNETT ASIIEPARD.
iQQQ BUSHELS WHEAT wanted
4 GOOD' assortment of Country -made
j a. jeans, I
now on hand and selling low at
STONEWARE 6,000 Gallons Stone
ware, consisting of Jars, Churns,
Crocks and Jugs, of all sites and the best
quality, for sale cheap by B. A S.
Dry Goods cheaper than ever!
NOTWITHSTANDING the extraordi
nary large sales of Dry Goods we
have made the present season, we have
yet on hand a large stuck which we are
scllini at prices which astonish every per
son who examines our Goods There are
yet many bargain remaining! which can
be obtained by calling at our well known
cheap' establishment. B. A SHEPARD.
COTTON YARNS-5,000" Lbs- all mini
bqrs. Just ree'd, and for sale by
dec2 ENNtTT A SHEPARD.
rpiCKINGS.-20 Ps. bed Ticking, from
A 12 T-2 upwards; forsale by
dcc2' HENNtTTA SHEPARD.
1LPACA Wo have the best stock of
il this article! ever brought to W arsaw,
which we are selling cheaper than our
nremren in noonyiue or r-i. Jjouis. no say
those who have examined both markets,
dec? B. A SHEPARD.
MOJ.ASSESS. H flbls. N. O. Molas
ses in store and for sale at
dec-' ' SHEPARD'S.
Boots and Shoes.
1UE have on hand a first rate assortment
l of all kinds, including a good lot of
children's stioes. JiiecJJ H.
OAVE now opened their large assort
ment of Fall & Winter GOODS,
which they offer for sale at prices lower
than poaxi'ule for any other house in town
to take, on account of having laid in their
entire stock in A"tw York A Philadelphia.
They would invite the attention of pur
chasers to their large assortment of Dry
Goods, consisting iu part of
1,000 pieces Fancy Prints,
20,0!N) yards 4-4 Domestics,
10,000 do . 3-4 do
Winter Ginghams, Muslin de Laiiies, Al
pacas, Cashmeres, Gala Plaids, Shawls,
of every vcriety, Book and Swiss Mus
lins, Bishop Lawn, Jaconet, &c, ic. Al
so Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Blank
ets, &c, &.C.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Blanket A Pilot Cloth Coats, Vests, Pan
taloons, Lamb's wool Drawers A Shirts.
MIi Is, Caps, Boots A Shorn.
A fresh supply of superior Kip Boots
and Shoes, also coarse. Boots, Shoes, La
dies and Misses Calf and Moroeco Shoes
Hardware 4" Saddlery of every description.
A full supply of beautiful patterns and du
600 Bbls Kanawha Salt,
200 do old Rectified W hiskey, . ,
I pipe, -2 hf do and 20 bbls Brandy,
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Malaga, Tene
rifl'e and Claret Wines.
10 Chests Tea,
100 bags superior Rio Coffee,
20 do Havana do.
10 Hhds Sugar, (a superior article)
20 kegs Dupont's FFF glazed Rifle
20 boxes Tobacco, (Congress plug.)
Indigo, Madder, Salaratus, W'um, Spice,
Pepper, Copperas, Rice, Ac, Ac.
1,000 bundles Spun Cotton.
"The above articles will be sold for
CASH and PRODUCE only.
HENRY A BORLAND,
nov4 No. 46, Main st.
XRON! 10,000 Lbs. Pittsburgh A Ten
nessee Iron, consisting of all sizes tire,
band Around Iron Castings of all kinds
Wagon boxes, plow moulds, Ac, in
store and selling at the lowest prices, at
To those most concerned.
ILL those indebted to me either by note
or account, would do well to come for
ward and make immediate payment, as
money I 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, andsjave me the un
pleasant duty that 1 will hate to perforin
in case or failure. Call at the store of
Messrs. Henry A Borland, and you will
find me at all times.
. eetSM R. C. HEA'RY.
IN THE MERCANTILE BUSINESS 1
Unheard-of Low Prices .ManufactU'
turers ruined! Immense arrival of new
Full and Winter Goods, at
BENNETT & SHEPAIID S'
UJE 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 tor sale, am! .we
feel justified in saying that we are offer
ing tnera at from 25 to 50 per ceut. cheap
er than ever before.
All our Goods for the use of the Ladies
have been selected with our usual well
known good taste, and are warranted to be
of the latest a.id best styles, Please give
us a call before purchasing, arid if low
prices will sell them they are bound to go.
oct? BENNETT A SHEPARD.
THE undersigned have this day formed
Copartnership under the firm of Henry
. R. C. HENRY,
WM. P. BORLAND.
Warsaw, Mo. Oct. th, 1848.
,M.NCY GOODS. Fringes and Gimps
J of all colors A widths, worsted hoods,
comforters, mitts, 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.
II inter Dress Goods.
rE have the largest atock of Winter
Dress Goods ever exhibited in this
place,. Among them are
Black, Plain and Fig'd. Alpacas, Plaid
and Mods coVd. do., Oregon and Cal
ifurnia Plui(h, Muslin dt Laines
and Cashmeres, col'd. and
Pliid Linseyt, etc.
' We are selling them 23 per cent cheap
er than last year. B. A SHEPARD.
(BOOKING A WOOD
J assorted for sale by
lallmvai Ktir.tvarf I
rpll E best quality ever sold in Warsaw, '
.1 such as Chums, Jars, Crocks A Jugs.!
nr. i;. i:a?ti:i:i.y's
Medicated Strengthening Plaltei1
riHIS piaster has been prepared under
L the Immediate eye and superintend
ence of an old physician, who is a gradu
ate of the tUniversity of Pennsylvania,
and has had extensive practice for mora
than 30 years in treating the various dis
eases incident to ,tbis country. He 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 ia ad
mirably adapted for Pains or Weaknesa
in the Breast, Side, Bark or Limbs; also,
for the Go'tit, Rheiiinatwm, Enlargement
of the Spleen, Liver Complaint and Dys
pepsia, and for Coughs, Golds, Asthma
Difficulty of Breathinf, Oppression o'fihA
Stomach, Ac. ' To all persons predisposed?
to Consumption, or who are subject to vi
olent coughs end colds, they are particular
ly recommended as they give almost im
mediate relief, and for pleasantness, safe
ty, ease and certainty, they are decidedly
superior to most other remedies. .
Persons afflicted with any erf the above
diseases will find Dr. Easterly's Medica
ted Strengthening Plaster much superior
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 thes,e valuable Plasters
on hand to accommodate their patrons.
13" For sale, wholesale and retail, at the
Medical Depot of Dr. E. Easterly, south
east corner of 2d and Ghesnut streets, St.
Louis, aio., and by agents throughout the
Western States. fapl25
O'Forsale by Brown A Dunn, Drusf-
gists, agents for Warsaw, Mo. ... r.-f.
fANTED to purchase a Negro
Woman, between the ages of
13 and 30 years one that has been
accustomed to do house work for which.
a fair piice in CASH will be paid, if im
roedis.te application is made to :
eptoO-tl ... , JAS. if.. LtAY,
10 miles N. W. of Warsaw. , .
UGAR. 15' Hhds. N. O. Sugar
U 00 sacks Loflee, , .
50 Bbls Ohio Whiskey, k ,
10 do Cor. & Am. Brandy' .
10 do Wines, ass'o'
5.000 Lbs. Cotton Yarns
being ree'd and for sale at low prices bjf '
sepi3 J. ATKISSON
flALICOES 250 pieces English and'
I.1 merican Calicoes, selected with-our,
well known good taste, and selling at pri
ces ruinous to the manufacturers.
oct7 BENNETT A SHEPAHD. :
. . ,
flAPS! CAPS I! 60 doi Men and boye
lOtter, Seal, Autria, Musk rat, Plush
C oth and Hair Caps, cheap for cash by
oc(7 BENNETT ASIIEPARD. ,
IOOKING-GLASSES-Of". all' sixes,'
i from 10 cents to $6 00, for sale by
june3 BENNETT A SHEPARD..
F 7 U R FLO U Rll-
IJRST. Quality 15,000 . Lbs. first rate
. article of Flour, tor sale at
sept2 BENNETT A SHEPARD'S. .
SCYTHES. Grain, Grass and Brush
Scythes, Sneads and scythe stones, for
sale cheap lor cask by B. at S. -
Ready Made Clothing..
DOZ Summer Coats Pants A Vests.'
forsale at what the cloth costs (ma
king thrown in.) janel7 B. A 8.
Jlgxie Medicines all warranted!
DR. MORTIMER'S Tonio Mixture
warranted to cure or no pay 1
DR. BARSTOW'S "KOLLYGOG,''
positively a certain cure.
JJ"Thruston's, Watson's Sappington'i
Spedden's and other popular Pills for sale
low also Quinine, at cost bv
sepi23 JAS. ATKISSON. .
FEVER AND AGUE.
IEVER and AGUE, Dumb Ague, ChlU
. Fever, Intermittent A Remittent Fe .
vers, and all the various forms of Bilious s
diseases, apeedilv and permanently cur 4
bv DR. WATSON'S INDIAN VEGET. :
This valuable medicine was prepares
from an extensive practice of several
years in a bilious climate in the .Western.
States, and was never kuown to fail of cit
rine Fever and ague, or any of the above '
, It is euuilly effectual for the cure of Li-.
ver Comulaint. Jaundice. Enlargement of .
the Spleen, (called Aguo Cake) and the
various forms of bilious diseases, These, '
with the other various afl'ections of such
climates, arising from a common miasmal,
cause, are only modifications of (he same. .
disease, and equally controlled by the
same remedy. , , . ,
Residents of bilious climates, emigrants
or persons traveling through Infected dis
tricts of country, will not only find Dr.
Watson's Iudian Vegetable Touie a safe,
speedy and effectual cure, bat an absolute '
preventive. t , ,
Each, bottle cf medicine is arcoiripanN -ed
with a pamphlet on the Cause's, Treat-';
ment and Cure of Fever. and Agile, and ,
other form of bilious disease, coutafuiti-f
niucn vaiuaoie iniuruiaiiuu, ana may be;
had gratis of all authorised ageuts for the,,
sale of the Tonic. None cenuine wiionff
the written signatnretof N..F. Wason MV
D-, yo. every bottle, Inventor and Propri
Dr. E, EASTERLY, sole .General A.
gent for the Western Stales, south-east
eornerof Sd and Ch$n'u! streets, St. Lou
is, Mo. Price $1 per bottle.
TForsale by Mfsrs. Brown A uaa
Druggists, ageuts fur 'Warsaw, tea'.