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S A TUKDAY MOHN1NG VISITOR.
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Brcbr en to all creditors
in(ered in the estate of
dec'.ithat at the next Oc-
the Benton county court,
hppjidtion for a final aettle-
Mmiilstration of said estate.
tS. L. LAY, I'ub. Adtn'r.
PS I! 60 dot Men and boys'
IPS IPS
btfafur
BENNETT & SHE PARI).
Mitria, Muskrat, Plush,
f slur caps, cheap Tor cash by
lift.
Brai
Ast of Letters
JING in the Post Office in War-
lo. on the 1st day of Oct., 1848.
A-B
; A. Dr. 3 Anderson Aaron or
lurch fP. Stone
lifsn Mis Argleu Adren
ft ueo. (Judge)
met
Ham Dr.
Mr
ite.llen
gliam J T
William
lich'dS
D)ci Jamas
enry
Villiiim
Lreiniuh
Blakey Jno A
Brown Thoinat
Clanlon Benjamin
Cates Rit-h'd. S
Cown F
Curry Charles
Cannon John R
D
Davenport Martin
Dutlson William
Densinaii Thomas
Kdis rilrtm B
Ciosaf Dniel
(Jib si Haw kins
IlurfYilliam
Ison N Dr
md John"
Giles
u Edaline
HntJ
Har
Ilarl
IU
nil John
m h Hiram T
liore George VV
ky battiiuel
rferson Sterling
llbliey Msria D
k) bourn 1 ho M
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Freeman Jeplha
Glazebrouk John
H
Hill Di
Hoper Geo W
Horn J It
Hibbert Charles 2
, Hill John B
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Kiinmel Murtin
M;
Morton James
McCubbin Daid
P-R
P ince Daniel
Kiddle Riley
Ray Thomas
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Smith ChrUlian '
Smith William
Slnill Henry
Shurp L ii
.erdson Elder
part James ,
fniih Syrette F
SUrp George W
'Siliders .M
T-W
Tiiorp George Vf Timpkm J.ilm
Tnbev Nnihaniei Taylor J-mob
Turner Ji.hn P Tillbne J E
Wright John . Wisdom Francis
Weyand Theodora . , .
II. LEONARD, P. M.
ct7-77L
. UPeriin cnllinir for nnv of the above
li'ters, will please say "advertised."
ft,,
Final Sell lenient.
persons interested in the estate cf
!2
I county, are hereby notified that lie un
rsigncd will apply at the next October
rm of the county court for sold county,
r a final settlement of his adiitinistra
u of said eitate.
JAS. II. LAY, Pub. Adm'r.
epl30-4t-:t5
In I .r. ir.-M r f
m msms mm, ! mi 'r a w m t&
. SEPTEMBER 20, 1848!
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It
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J. ATitlssr
IS now receiving a splendid stoclc of
Fall and Winter Dry ttoods,
GROCERIES, &c &c,
ibh he fs .offering at extremely 'low
- ;e." The public are respectfully iu-
d to call and examine his stock.'
GAR
-15 Hhds. N. O. Sugur,
50 sacks Coflee,
50 Bbls Ohio Whiskey,
10 do Cog. & Am. Brandy, '
- 10 do Wines, asa'd. v
5.000 Lbs. (potion Yarns,
;wij : ree'd and for tale at low prices by
f !y.'fj -3 J- ATKISSON.'
UV'lRY GOODS, frc sf fi. liNudsome ftyles
I of all kinds, suitable for the. season,
sale very low by J. ATKISSON.
KING & WOOD
sorted for sale by
STOVES 40
ATKISSON.
m
iroia
i Medicines all warranted!
. MORTIMER'S Tonic Mixture
jrranled to cur or no pay I ,
. BARSTOVVS "KOLLYGOG,"
uively a certain cure. - , v
, 'ThrustoD's, Watson'i Sappington's ,
den's and other popular Pills for sale
-also Quinine, at cost by , ''
t23 JAS. ATKISSON.
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JSHELS WHEAT wanted
J. ATKISSON.
Of!
pas
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WANTED!
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; HEATJ Flaxseed, Bees wax, Dry
s, i allow and Deer bkuis, lor
higiekt prices will be paid by
IENNETT A SlI El' A R1J.
FiW Settlement.
. urrsoit Interested In the estate of
John ttikley, dee'd., late of lien
jntT. arlierehy notified that the uu-
.aed wtJtpply at Ilia next November
i ol loo liiny iourx lor said county,
for a final s'.ueni ol ins administration
ot saldcitt1 ;
ujj.-N a. riiiu, .Aitin'r.
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Final Settlement.
OTICE is hereby given to all credit
1.1 ors and others interested in the estate
of Jno II. Winnans, dec'd.,that at the next
October term of the Benton County Court,
I will make application for a final settle
ment of my administration of said estate.
JAS. II. LAY, Pub admr.
sept30-4t-35
Jloiuhly bulletin, 8.
Touring the months
mm
FLOUR! FLOUR!!
I'IRST Quality 15 ,0(1!) Lbs. fust rate
article of Flour, lor pale at $1 6U per
hundred lbs. Call Immediately if you
want a bareain at
scp!2 BENNETT ASHEPARD'S.
STATE OF MISSOURI, )
Coontv or Henry.
In the Circuit Court, in vacation,
10th, 1848.
' Meadt WniTr.,
vsT Bill for Divorce.
Patience White
TO PATIENCE WHITE
August
Bill
of July, Alienist !
and September, sto-1
mach & bowel com- I
ilaints ravasemanv I
tortious of the coun- TTOU are hereby notified that the said
try. One third ot' JL . Complainant Mendy White, has com-
all the deaths during menced in the Circuit Court of Henry
that period will be county, a suit by bill, praying to be divor
tbe result of these ced from the bonds of matrimony hereto
difficulties. ' fore contracted with you, and alledtting
. For Children, the Orrefenberg CMiren V as causes therefore, that you have, with-
Panacea will prove an infallible prevent- i out cause, absented yourself for more than
ive and cure. ' 'the spare of two years, and that you are
For adults, mi tiering under the worst required to appear before the said Circuit
forms of Dinrrhcea, trysentary, Bloody i Court, on the first day of the next term,
Flux and the like, tho Unefenberg I)YS ; w hich will commence at the Court-house,
ESTARY SYRUP is equally infallible. ' in said county, on the fifth Monday after
Tho tables of mortality in the city of the fourth Monday in September, 184t,
N. York during the week ending the 15th mid answer the said bill, or the same will
inst.. show, that out . of 2H1 deaths, 106 be taken as confessed.
IIOXNETS-BONNETS! We have a
1 few bonnets j et left,which we will soil
at rout to close the lot call soon.
pug5 BENNETT & SIIEPARD.
Cnlloway Stoneware !
riTHE best quality ever sold In Warsnw,
JL such as Churns, Jars, Crocks & . lugs.
BUS'S BENN ETT & S1I EPA RD.
PITTSBURO COTTON YARN 10,
000 Lbs. all numbers, rrnm 5 to 12 for
salcchcnphy B. & SIIEPARD.
Mcdicalcd Slrcntfienhm Plaster
were caused by the above disorders I The
same ratio will elsewhere appear.
In Fevers, Fever and Ague, & the like,
the celebrated Graifenberg Vegetable Pills
and Health hitlers are the orly reliable
medicines, and they should he procured
w ithout a moment's delay. The Grwfen
heist Sarsnparilla Cottipoviid is taking the
lead of all others, and contains double the
number of doses of any other.
Tho General Agent for Missouri, is E.
K. WOODWARD, St. Louis, to whom
applications for agencies may be address
ed. EDWARD BARTON, Sec'y.
New York, July 1W48.
' r'The above celebrated medicines are
for sale at Warsaw, by
BENNETT & SHEPARD.
FinaJ Settlement.
NOTICE is hereby given that the un-
i. ilersigned will apply at the next No
vember term of the St. Clair County court
for a final sett lenient of my administration
of the estate of Lemuel Iliidinao, dee'd.
, CALVIN WALDO, Adm'r.
eptn-4t-3-j
Test:
F. A. PTNNEI.L, Clerk
By. V. N. Jo es, D. C.
ngl9-8w-2t Prs. fee!) (10.
feTeh 1XD ACIIB
IJEVEUnnd AGUE, Dumb Ague, Chill
J. Fever; Intermittent A Remittent Fe
vers, and all the various forms of Bilious
diseases, speedily nod permanently cured
bv DR. WATSON'S INDIAN VEGET
ABLE TONIC.
This valuable medicine was prepared
from an extensive practice of several
years in a bilious climate in the Western
Stats, and was never known to fail of cu
ring Fever and ague, or any of the above
diseases.
It is' equally effectual for the cure of 1.1-
j ver Complaint, Jn.und'ce, Enlargement of
the Spleen, irancu .erue lskcj nun ir.e
t
VOTICE is hereby riven that the tin-' various forms of bilious diseases. I hesi
i. li rsiened will apply at the next No- with the other vprious affections of such
climates, arising from n common miitsmitl
cause, are only modifications of the same
disease, and equally controlled by the
I same remedy.
Ilenidentsdfbilious climates, emitrrpjits
' or persons traveling through infected dis
tricts of country, .will not only find Dr.
I Watson's I iit1ir.it Vegetable Tonic a safe,
' 4 1.. . j - n ....... 1 1... U....1
MISS S. E, Bl'SII returns her grateful . sI-"y """'
!l arknowjedemcnts to the oitiz.ens of prevenlive. .
Warsaw andxicinity, for the liberal pat- I Each bottlo of medicine ,s accompani-
. .i , ed with a pamphlet on the Causes, I reat-
nUi: snt- inu.ni, n.... infivMc , , , , r . , ,,
111 fill till .1 UIC .'"1 " win Vr'"
rjHIS plaster has been prepared under
l the immediate eye and superintend
ence of an 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. He confi
dently recommends this Plaster, fiom a
thorough knowledge of its virtues, to bo
snpet ior 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,
Difficulty of Breathing Oppression of the
Stomach, &c. To all persons predisposed
j to Consuni lion, or who are subject to vi-
olent rnuirhs and colds, they are particuar
I ly recommended as they give almost 1m
I mediate relief, and for pleasantness, safe
ty, ease and certainty, they arc decidedly
superior lo most other remedies.
Perons afflicted with any of the above
diseases will find Dr. Easterly's Medica
ted Strengthening Plaster much superior
to any oilier ever before offered to the pub
lic. Physicians, druggist and dealers in
' Medicines, will f ml it to their interest to
1 keep a supply of these valuable Plasters
i on hand to accommodate their pntr.ms.
! :". ? 1'or sale, wholesale and retail, at the
Medical Depot of Dr. E. Easterly, south-
' i.iwf i'iriipr nf !-M unit tlhesnnt streets. St.
Louis, Mo., and by agents throughout the
Western States. "aphM
1 For sale by Bro .vtt A Dunn, Drug
Gists, agtnts for Warsaw, Mo.
to announce that her nt-xt session -will
commence on the Firt Monday in Octo
ber next. Tuition $3 00 per quarter-i-Needle
Work, $1 50. Hours from 9
o'clock A. M. to -1 P. M. sept-J
1818. . 18-1S.
John T. Martin's
other form of bilious disease, containing
much valuable information, mid may he
had gratis of all authorized agents for the
sale of tho Tonic. None genuine without
the written signature of N. F. Watson, M.
I)., on every bottle, Inventor and Propri
etor. - .,,
Dr. E. EASTERLY, sole General A-n-ent
for the Western States, south-east
For fttmtd iV noerf EsUtllhhcd Warehouse corner of 3d and Chesmit streets, St. Lou-
Mo. rnce 51 per bottle
DR
'.VI STAR'S HALS AM
OF WILD CHERRY.
For sale by Messrs. Brown & Dunn',
Druggists, agents for Warsaw, Mo.
Vor f'Stctip V I'ashioitablc
CLOTHING.
fcj-JVb. 118,
Fotmnly Ao. 11-1, Main St., Si! Louis.
MotUi1 im determined to sell lower than
cv.y other house in the U. Stales.
TREMENDOUS EXCITEMENT!!
Goods are rushing in by every packet!
The Iwiiwi. i now filled ! Tliren hirire sfn.
ries crowded' with goods ! My stock this I removes the cause Ironi w hieh the disease
fall will be tremendous larg.-, by far ex- j originates. Its operation is both general
e ediug any ever before received, and at'; and special- While it acts generally upc
tut me wnoie system, us most' pr, eriui
alterative, purifying Ihe Uttidireciug the
solids from all morbid secretions, mi l re?
S. U S TW S TO A SC Si 5 'CI O
Or Vegetable Febrifuge,
j jl sice , safe find certain cure, for .'GUF.
H ItAr.li, liill-je-rer, IJuwu-sliKUt,
Ihtermitleut Fevers, and nil the various
forms of Jiillifus diseases.
riNlIIS v'uhr'ble medicine is tindoiibtcdly
X the safest and stitest remedy ever dis
covered for Ihe cure of the -above named
diseases. It not only'breaksthe chill, but
luch low prices that will defy any and
ALL COMPETITION.
I am determined to supply every Coun
try Merchant, and ajso all Retail custom
ers that come to this market with the ready
cath. I have put the prices down so low
invigorating and bringing up all the vital
energies to a standard of permanent,
health, it at the same time exerts a speci
fic influence upon the liver, digestivetor-
as to make it a matter of impossibility for : gaiis end lymphatic and glandular sys
any house to oiler the same inducements. Mcms, (xcittng tliem to Iieatlitul activity,
It must be apparent to every one that I can removing all morbid matter, equalizing
do it - possessing the advantages that I do the circulation, restoring their proper and
purchasing,' manufacturing and selling necessary secretions, thus accomplishing
for nothing but Cash, or S'o. 1 City paper, a complete renovation from disease, and
The tremendous amount of business I restoration to sound and permanent health,
do, will enable me to sell at a very small ; Those who are suffering with the prnj
profit, which, 1 always, have done, and will trating AGUl & FEVERS comion in
continue to do. Residing in the City ol the. West and South thos w hose consti
Ncw York, and manufacturing my own tutions have become enfeeb't'd ly the use
Goods, and having the advantages of the . of mercury, quinine, or other violent me
niarket my brother, CHARLES G ; dicines, should resort at once lo the use of
MARTIN, conducting the business in St. this VALUABLE MEDICINE. . .
Louis and the long experience I have , It tntrurcd and trill cure the most oh-
had in business the past sixteen years, en- Minnie eases.
ables me to got up a stock in a far luperi- j . Travelling with the circulation it pniirs
or style to any other. - . I its healing current through every vein and
My patterns are tne best ami most lasn- artery ol the Human tioily. 1 tie w hole
ionable that ran be bad, and are warrant- 1 animal economy is made to undergo a tim
ed to set and fit as well as those that can rough radical change. Even the mind
be had at the most fashionable tailors. ; partakes of the healthful process, and life,
lliis fall 1 will uavp over , tluit lielore.appeareu one dreary w aste, be-
in AA r iPMPKTS gins again to seem worth possessing.
. 'laO,tUOUAKMUNI&, p ...,.,.., ,esnectimr this Y!.mh!
consisting of every style and pattern that( Medicine, can be obtained of the Agents
will be worn. . gratis. '
Beware of being deceived by those who ! CAUTION 1
teU you "ttieir's js jviartin r ior mere, A, thpre are uiiuiy spurious preparations
"'" u' ...vi-.- ....... . 0, glIniiar name naw iteu aoout tne couu-
to stoop to anything., Bear iu niitid that try, and sold on tho repututiou of the reu-
mvstoreis NO.. 1 18,, instead of NQ. Ill
The number on Main utreet having been
altered, makes my store No. 11a. In
front you will find iu6 uaiue i: mammoth
gilt letters . ..
On top or the house a jarge No. 118.
I 1. a a titt la.fpi.iil f. n t flAfinntt trl..ll.l.ifV
Warehouse in the west. . And remember, , p- " l,or"" " ".V""""1 ' u,,,
that I have but on s'ore in the city. , ... ,.en" the W est.
' llii- grnmn Smith's Ionic Syrup is al-
To Country Meirhants.AL orders io for sale bv the undersigned a"ciit.
tnaiikluliy recetvea, ami Lrniuivij iu oe BtJi
utation of the genuine
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP.
We therefore beg leave to caution Ihe
public- against Imposition, at) we cannot
hold ourselvc responsible for the "f fieri
which may result from the'useof spurious
articles. . ' '
IIENRY.BLATt8F.EY,
packed correctly, at the lowest cash prices
TU tto I rouble to show Good! . ...
jsepta .1X0. T. MARTIN.
IOOKING-GLASSES-Of all sbes,
i from 10 rents to Aii (HI, for sale by
jiiitrj h E.N X KIT K S 1 1 K P A K D.
July 29
tOWN A DUNN, Warsaw,
R. J. McELMANEY,
Springfield, Mo.
and B, F. AT. B. WALLACE,
Clinton, Mo.
J. A.TUTT ACo. Calhoun,
ro, McCLVLVOscola,
The Great Remedy fr Con.mmptioi of the
J. ungs. Affections of the l.irrr, Uronchi
th, Asthma, Pain or Werknesi of the
Jlrea.il or Luiujs, Chronic Coughs, Pleu
risy, tteiiiorrhngr. ;' the Lungs, and all
Afi'eetioiis J the Pulmonary onions.
VT ATUUE'S OWN PHESCRIPTIOX.
i A compound balsamic preparation
of Ihe Pruns Virginia, or Wild Cherry
Bark, combined with the extract of the tar,
prepared hy a new chemical process, ap
proved and recommended by Ihe most dis
tinguished physicians, and universally ac
knowledged the most valuable medicines
ever discovert"'.
We do not w ish to 1 ri tie with the lives
or health of the aillicteil, and w e sincere
ly pledge ourselves to make no assertions
as to the virtues of this medicine, and to
hold out no hope to suffering humanity,
w hich facts will not warrant. i
We ask (he attention of the candid to a
few considerations. Nature, in every part
ol her works, has. U It indelible marks Of
adaptation and design. f .
The constitutions of the animals and 'In
vegetables of the torrid arc such that they
could not endure the cold of the frigid
stone vice versa.
In regard to disease and its cure, the a
daptalinn is no less striking. '1 he moss of
Iceland, the wild cherry ami 'U,e ol all
northern latitudes, (the Balsam is a chem
ical extract of these) have long been cel
ebrated for complaints prevalent only in
warm climates. Indeed the most distin
guished men hav averred that nature fur
nishes in every rounlr) antidotes for its
own jirculiar uiscases.
Consumption, in its confirmed and inci
pit nt stages, coughs, asthma, croup, and
liver complaint, form by far the most fatal
Class of diseases known lo our land..,, -v. '
, Vet even these may be cured by neaj)
of Ihe simple yet powerful remedies which
ii ramc uttered wherever thoso maladies
prevail.
; Scarcely a mail arrives from any point
i:i tho west, but that brings us uews of the
most cheering character, vyhich gov-'' still
farthrr(if mere evidence were necessary )
to establish the reputation of this great
remedy. .
i"None can be genuine w ithout the
names of Henry Wistar, MD., and San
ford & Park are found upon the wrapper.
No medicine called Syrup of Wild Cher
ry, or Wild .Cherry Hitlers can be relied
upon. They may not bei.efit, but actually
injure the putirnt. .. .
MDR. WLSTAR'S BALSAM OF
WILD CHERRY" is tho only remedy to
which Invalid should resort for the cure
of pulmonary complaints.
. II EN R Y BL K SLEV & Co., S W.
corner of .'Id and Chcsuitt streets, sells the
above medicine Price If 1 pl'r bottle.
" SolJ also by '
, BROWN frv DUNN, Warsaw,
' B. F. & T. B. W A LLACE, Clinton.
JA S. A. Tl'TT A Co. Calhoun
COX A McULAIN, Oseola,
. ' It.'j. McELUANEY,
julyC!) Springfield.
SCYTHES.-CJralit, Grast and Rrusli
Scythes, Snesdt and tcy'lic stones, for
,ile cheap for cash by , K & S.
Ren:iy Made Clotiiinrr.
DOZ IS'.immer (lonta Pant fl Vests,
for sale at what tho cloth costs f ma
king thrown in.) juneI7 B. A S.
Sugar and Coflee!
THE best and cheapest in town. Wc can
prove what we say.
aiig5 BEX X ETT A SIT E PARD.
At your own JViee!
S the season for selling Summer dress
Goods is drawing lo a close, and we al
so w ish to make room for an immense stock
of Fall and Winter Goii.,. we will now
sell our Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, Be
rages, Ac, Ac, at your ow n price! Re
collect that we have the prettiest assort
ment in town, nnd the price shall not spoil
a trade. Purchasers should not let this
opportunity pass, without securing some
o' the bargains which we sha-1 offer. .
aug5 BENNETT A SIIEPARD.
50
aug
Junii'.ta Nails. '
KEGS all sires, from -Id lo d,aiid
flooritM brads lor nale cheap by
BENNETT A SiiEPARD.
Fresh Arrivals from
Pliilt!-Ipliia a nil M. I.ouio.
II'E have just rte'd. from Philadelphia
If and St. Louis, a fresh and well. assort
ed stork of O ODD S, which we respect
fully solicit the people of ientmi county
and .South-west Missouri generally to call
nnd examine. They were purchased low,
n nd will be sold very cheap, consisting of
50 Bags best Rio Coffee, 10 I Hid. Sugar,
6 bbls Molas-es, oOO lbs. com. A best
loaf Sugar, Whiskey, randy,
Pmt Witie, com. & line, Mal
aga A Madeira do., sack
Abbl SALT, Gun
powder, Imp. A
Y II TEAS,
spier,
.' - pepper, ginger,
In.ligo, madder, alum,
ropperas, saleralus, rosin,
brimstone, sp A tallow candies, '.
Window: glass ly.!! sizes.) powder, '
lead, shot, nails., iron, castings, cotton
yarns, linseed & cavt:-r oils, white lead,
A grnerul assort niettl of
HARD WAR 1', &. (J VEEN SWA RE, :
Palm le.tf, Rutlfi' d, raiiatua, Rlisia, 1W-
pr Pur tint! Wtuil 1 T :. t nil o'linliliesl
TJOrU'LANDTOIUCCO.-lobest.rjlXjOTS &, SlIOF.S.-a splendid stock;
JL this popular 'Tobacco 'pMaiided from , .
the ",vt avc" ior suit ny
junel7
U. "&'f HEP.fRD.
TJAIXTED LAWNS, of most bratttiful
I. styles at from 18 to ) cents, r.t
mayii .1. ATK ISSON.
Dr. liragg's Piils j'riurtijtluml!
Further F.t idenreG rent KjcrVfment and
Punic amongst thcCnlvmel J)or(ors-I)is-astrovs
consequences of llu. use. of Min
eral Medicines Timely intervention of
Imlinn Queen Yegelable. Siuj ir Coated
Pills to sane a whole neighborhood from
the awful ravages of that f II dcttroyet,
JJisease, in the. forms of Ajue, Hilious,
Conqeslire and Ti.t.'ris Fri ers- Hiad
and be convinced !
Van Blre.v, Ark, April I.", IS I;?.
Dr. BnArr. Dear Sir: During the past
summer and fall, the various tonus of bil
ious Fever were very prevalent and often
fatal in this section of country. hir wor
thy none-such physicians, puffed up with
pride and vain concei!. persisted in their
antiquated practice with that universal
panacea, calomel, with such unbounded
success, that one or two, panlc-stvuck,
scampered off and left t'ifir patients with
nature and her ineffeelinl efforts to repair
the mischief they had done. Li one fam
ily, four cases resulted in de-Vh, in 'he
short space, "f four days : in some cttsc
three or foi.r days after the exhibition of
calomel, great prostration. tvnmrnit'C con
dition of the abdomen, and erforation of
the bowels were the rrst.it ol tins heroic
treatment, and to prove it so t: their weep
ing friends, n post mortem examination
w ould reveal the fact. After finding their
practice altogether ineffectual, they c:ime
to the wise conclusion to give no nic licine
at all, but continue to visit their patients,
and order flaxseed tea as n drink, and a
poultice of the same applied to the bowels:
when this failed, with sage look, and li'tle
faith, A hearts full of npprchension, they
would confess lo their friends their full con
fidence in the application of blisters from
head to foot you may guess the result.,
In this dilemma and universal consterna
tion, one of your travelling agents passed
through our neighborhood, and made lib
eral deposites of your vegetable medicines;
and distributed pamphlets, and the ''Sun,"
to shed a genial and beiiignn-t light upon
this benighted, and apparently devo
ted land. The manna sent to ll:e Chil
dren of Israel, in the vildt'rnt:s$, w as not
hailed with more hearty thanks than were
your health-restoring Pills in this awful
crisis. The people were prepared to re
ceive them, or any thing that promised
them relief from their appareKly impend
ing fate. I have watched their progress,
and Ihe effects they produced in hundreds
of cases and am happy to givr my feeble
testimony to their entire niio" triumphant
efficacy, in restoring health in a few days,
in every instance, w hen they have been
Liken in time, and in strict accordance to
directions. Some . of our physicians,
whose love of truth and philanthropy tri
umphed over prejudices and preconceived
theories, have cheerfully Abandoned their
calomel and lancet, and recommended
your pills in all cases of bilious. .intermit
tent, remittent, congestive ami typhus fe
vers) and they freely atk no wledge that
they are almost a specific iu all these dis
eases. Your travelling agt nt is anxious
ly lnok(;d for. again, as many of jour a
gents are out of pilli, ami Ihe sickly sea:
son is approaching. . i
With best wishes for your success,
1 am truly-votir.
. B. CUNNINGHAM.
"For isnje, w holesale and retail, at the
MISSOURI COLLEGE OF HEALTH,
No. 61 ( North, lid street, Jouis." ,,
For sale by BR O IW D VS'.V, Warsnw.
.t.rAlso'.by G. W Rives and W Bird,
Teuton County; A C Moore, J W Filler A
- Lenchmon, Holivar: J Price, John
Jones, W- Montgomery, Williams A Peal
and Reed Bennett, Buffalo; S R Roberts,
Krie; Waldo A McCulioch, (heohr. R Pat
terson, Dallus P ().; C Humes, ricatant
Prairie; Daniel Darby,' Pittsburijtw'
. Fir tt nnd Last Call! . .
1 LL those having notei or accounts, w itl
j'l us due prior lo the first day of January
last, are hereby notified that nyle.s.s imme
diate payment is made, such notes and ac
count will be placed in the hxruls of the
J .roper oflicer for eollelUiiuV Wc mean
ust what we ay w e wupt moiu y and
lu'ist have it. .
juneSl BROWN A DUNN.
PARASOLS. '
E have a splendid assortment for sale
lower than ever before bv
junel7 K. & SIIEPARD. .
. SALT! SALT1N-S A WYVi
Prints, cassimeres, cloths, satlinets,
Janes, all Kinds : Gents and boys summer
wear, a large lot of heavy Domestics -besides
fashionable bonds, lawns, alpacas,'
jiirnnets, cambrics. A almost everything
else, which they think are worthy the at
tention of the commiinitv.
EYEKEITii ASIIRVRY,
n Hie Square Top Frame.
Warsaw, June 17. 1848.
- -.V.;. We purchase almost every
description of produce. E. A A.
JlOOI.s A SHOES.--We have oi. hand
1) thn largest assortment ol Boots and
Shoes in Warsaw among them are Calf,
Kip, Seal nnd thick Boots men's Calf,
Morocco, Kip nnd thick Shoes Ladies'
Gaiter and Morocco Boots, half gaiter,
kit', calf pud kip Shoes, kid, calf and seal
Slippe.s, lli,l and calf Husk ins, Misses'
gent ami sol Shoes and Slippers, Boys'
coarse mid kip Shoes, Children's sea',
morocco, calf an l pailer Shoes, Ac, &..
all for sale cheap bv
june:t BENNETT .v. SIIEPARD.
ORR'S CllFFSF.
rE have now a lot on band, and will
t he supplied throughout the seaiou,
with this celebrated CUvest. .
jiuie:t BENNETT A SHEPA UP.
Who want?. Tar Now?.
Bbls. North Carolina Tar, justlar.d
I ed from St. Limit Oak, for sale hv
june.t BENNETT A SIIEPARD.
For Family le.
" T! Is. host Cider Vinegar, ft d".' No. I
nnd 2 Mackerel, 10 do X.,Oand Surnr
house Molasses. 10,000 Lbs. best Spring
River Flour, for sale jy - B. A S.
MoresSoft Jlat!.
Cf Df)7EX Monterey I at of tho soDrtt
kind, just ree'd perWak, bv
june.'l BENNETT A SIIEPARD.
AND STILL LATKR!
IJERSt. Louis On'.i an l Wave, suml
S. ries its below, which I oiler low, tf
make room lor y hat is coming by next
boat Sn!t;nius, rice, sugar, coffee, nail,
madder. ;nuigo, n oh.sses, peppermint A
bitters, Spanish brown, brooms, buckets,
soap, tobacco, candles, candy, almonds,
figs, crackers, ullspice, mackerel, ci tten
yarn, tubs, scythe -a ml sickles, Ac, Ac,
all for sale low.kt No. AG.
mav27 11. C.HENRY.
"ARIilVW. AT jNO. Ml'"
I.JER Slentuer ?ii;htfoot, of a large and
general assortment of. st pie Groce
ries, comprising in part
(MIO Blls K&nawha Salt,
if it if 4od4rold Rectified Whiskey,
5 d;SaiuoY Brand v,
1 diCogfa'iac ' bf do French "
1 tluVf ach do 2 bbls mal wint,
$ do Mrtyfirn, S hf do Port ii
)lt boxr . Vaibly; . 10 botes Raisins
, 10 do Claret W.ne and Cherries,
j" ;' '2 do L?timrt Svmp.
' 10tV0 Lbs.TrSsorted Iron,
20O0do ,li Castings,
68 Snrks Uio Coflec,
5 Hhdt Fiigar.
ALSOi eases boots, 4 do, kip Shoes,
2 do fine, cart boots, 2 do tine tto (hues,
2 tip pumps, .3 do coarse broguns. ,
lots) ,is tJde Osiiahurgs, PJtK) 4--1 bro.
Domestics, 1 t.OOO do 1-8 do do.
For sale at No. 4li- fmyS7,.,
and
WanteU Immediateh' !
d. riOllf 1 R Sol.l and Silver",
iJlWW10fKMHb. clean lint a
cotton rags, - ;
fitw bush, ('astor braas,
- WA do Flaxseed,
4ii0lb. Fealliei ij
6'l Mo Tallin-,
, - .. ?' 0 dvP-tewax. J .
In Pxrhrtiigr for anvVif the above arti
cles, w ill be given Drugs and Medicines,
aJJ sorts of Paints. OilA and Dye sttifls.
School Books, letter and Van ramr. w iu.
dowglastt, aruiiljfs, fVo.lc.. by
n'ay-o,, UKUnu A DUNN.
Perfumery, I am y A rtit les, &,c,
tOLOGNE, Roe Water.rWa'r's grease,
Eear's Oil, Ox Marrow, MaeVsar Oil, ,
Hair Brushes, Tooth do., Yiobu Sjiriugs, .
all siies silk and cotton purses, tin .
pocket combsvpocket books, silk vtatoh '
gnords, Ac, tor sale at the Drna S(vre,
low by tmay20 B. A DUNnL
111 I LM? ll'l'i? r? . . 1
A.. . . ' I I
ii tnr i iitiii.uifiii l v r-
saio oy inra-.tl U. A DUNN,
CMflklVllTilnwrn t;. ... -. J
.wit..,vf, I i.civ lUBll'a-i
0 es, for salo it llm Drug Store by
may2) BROWN A DUNN.
nYMN BOOKS. Dupu v'st, Chrislian
nlut Mithodist Hymn Looks, lor !
1UUU sacks crounit alum mh, very I ui Jte i.'iug store bv "
Ure ud full, for sale cheap hy B. Si S, 1 MjU IROM'X .x Dl'NX.
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