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dumber ' of insertion required, will be
continued until ordered out, and charged
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A liberal-deduction will be made to those
'-who' advertise by the year. ; J I" Adverti
ser by the year will be confined strictly
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SATURDAY MORNiNC, DEC. 30.
51 accordunce with a' promise giv-
Vn tn'onr' litt, we give our readers only
imd' aV'f.et lliis rek. We expect lo be-
;in the year1 labors with a full sized
ihtetWkt week, and xve hope to be able,
by the opening of upriug, in make an im
proveuient, both in lite size and appear-
- ance of our ppcr. If our putrons will
IhU'kI'S justice to themselves id to in, w
vhall fc atle to do this ensy enough!-
Tliefe''are numhers1 of :hem' vho have
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. Ixeii uwing us Irom one to three years,
,-and' w llll be under (he necessity of
-jasking Jhcin to py tip, they dun t com
'Miami tin so, pretty t.ooh. "A word to
the wise," wVftftilf.'tfifWil to be1 Huffi-'
f fclSllt. ... ,
tWtre Indebted to the kindness ol
' our friends iif the JefTerson Inquirer, lor
n'eitra eontaining Gov. King's Inaiigu
r jeiji?U7lip Lepi.sliture. TIih do.
umeiitt occupies two and-a-hulf corlifTi'iis
.in that paper, and frum'a -hasty tHiice Me
vliiivji'given 'ft.'appeitrs lo,1ie a plain, dig-txiM4-
ndi, creditable Slute ' paper. . We
H')l) 'Uy (t before our reside rs next week.
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' The Fa)ti9l.--The Festival which tvas
hejdjtt, tht Coiirt-lioue on Wednesday
veiling last, for the jturpose of aiding in
. Iheionietwn of the V'resbyterian C'Atirclii
earrte oJI; we are told, to tlie entire satis
laction of tl 'present, and particularly s
(a Ait LkdreVebgaged insetting It up, hu
,li(f rellUed Isor than they anticipated
u.' proceeds srnoimtiTig,1 an we utwler-!
'ai3(tt upwWds of 90. , This amount
be wore than mifficient to enable them
rf mike' their last payment fur the plaster
ig' oif llie bujd)iig, which has been , en
irel dv,n;by iiesti rsis-i'd in. this way.
jTJe prooeedaof the ''sale table"! were
considerable , -which consisted fn nitmerou
and varioijji tfys for children, and of ma
'y article which were the "handy-work"
of the Indies themselves. The tables of
refreshments, cofistvfng of oysters done
up in fin style, of Cakes, candies, &c,
were we$" patronized while the wheel
of fortune and the post office, with its ex
prfis's msilisffbrded a fund of. amusement
..ent'rfyvdi fatf .wl the! pro-,
ceeds of.ih, evening, , a
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i tri i: .L . l i e.
-s ine wesuer w me past week fits
been Cold, but at tlte present writings the
e'url fe ihii4r' out warm and pleasanY, and
ih jnovf a'liJJce, f hWi hve covered th,e
giwtMiitrxneariy1 three Meek,, are be-
Hnnfag to hre iiray te its genial ' Influ
JTUfl r.iver at, this point hat been
frozen over eulBciently hard to eUord em
Islsope (IjT the Juventlei td amuse theta
eelreJ at skating. , ;' , ., . ,
.CI"JVf) Mieve there has beea biK lit
rid Wore winter takes it leave" of if.
Xjis!i.pThe. Legislature of tills
ftata me(ieei If, onlay last, olhe first day's
taraeeediagsVeepied from the "Metre'peV-
'Ti! WT.t WrWiiiS VnYnlh nliimB''
tle If eiijf - tyt& pp yet, thotrgh' (S4 op
jrrfunity mijf yet le, (n'reservt', iy which
Misio4 V Uas.erticle aosy I'oi-
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.., Gold California. A the people of
the State are going "cracked" about the
gold regfan California, we shall, in
hat liext,' give Gov. Mason's official nc
couht "of that country.' ' It is ' altogether
marvellous what a mania seems to pcisets
the people generally pn this subject. It
is no great wonder if our young men and
those, who are unsettled in life, should
take the fever, and should gather up their
little all and start for California. But to
see our old, staid, calculating citizens fix
ing up for a fohg, arduous and difficult
journey like tliis we say It look strange.
We suppose,' however, that as this is but
one ttt the peculiar characteristics which
distinguish us' from the balance of the
world, it should not be looked upon as
much of a wonder after all. We have
not caught this fever yet, and hope we
may be permitted to escape it altogether,
but for all those who wish io fall victims
to it, we are willing lo render any assist
ance in our power, ftext week, then,
look out for Gov. Mason's account..
We have no later dales from Wash
ington than we gave in our last. .Thfr
may be accounted lor by the fact, we sup
pose, that the weather Iib been too cold
for Uncle Sum's go-carts to travel,' and
the telegraphs are all out taking Christ
mas. When the present hard weather
breaks up, 'we shall probably have things
all brought' up regularly (ill (hen, our
readers will have to draw pretty largely
upon their stock of patience. '
S Jiime Whitconib, the present Gov
ernor of Indiana, has been elected by the
Legislature of that Stale, now in session,
a member of the U. Stales Senate for six
years from the 4th of March next, to suc
ceed Edward A. Ilttimegan.
KtAiigus(us C. Dodge and George W.
Jones have been chosen V. S. Senator
from the Stale of Iowa. , . i
t-I'We have not yet received the Mes
sage of Gov. Edwards. ' ' ' . ,
- . i From the Metropolitan.
, iJfisxqiiri Legislature.
IN SENATE. .
Monday, Deo 25, lo48. ,
Lt. Gev.'' Young took -the chair about
10 oVIock A. M., and called the Senate
to order.-' ' -" ' "- - i
Falkland II. Martin, Sec. of State, aW
ing as temporary secretary, called the roll
when the following gentlemen answered
to. r-their names, in wit: Messrs. Beai,
Fumes, Burl is, Chiles, Edwards, Flour
noy, Gate wood, Hancock, I ludspelb, Jack
son, Jones of Cooper, Jonea of , Franklin,
Landers, Long, Lowe, Niche), Norris,
Owens, Pulk, Price, Priest, Reed, Welti,
Woolfolk, Wyntl and Williams.
Mr. Stewart, arrived in (his city sev
eral day a since; but is confined to hw robin
by indisposition. ' ' - '''
-The following gentlemen, had not sr-
rived, viz: Messrs. Campbell, . Ellison,
Leslie Rollins and white., , ,' ,'; J
Mr. Junes, of the 22nd Senatorial l)it-'
t riot rose and asked that his name be plac
ed upon the roll of the Senate, and that
that of Mr. Lander be stricken off. :
' The President decided, that as tne'dov
e'rni'r had issued ,n writ of election to fill
a 'vacancy in the 22nd District, and Mr.
Landers had been returned as a Senator
elected to supply (hat vacancy, hi nume
had been properly placed on the roll of the
Senate', and that Mr. Jones could not be'
heard a a Senator on that floor until the
Senate, after a full and complete, organiza
tion, had determined his right to aeal n
that bodv. .:, " - :
Mr. Wells suggested that if Mr. Land
er were sworn in, that act would be de
cisive of the Whole matter in controversy.
and that the Senate, at the perent tge of
it organization, was competent to decide
anv Question oi oraer. . . .
, ,7'iiexeupon, the fallowing gentlemen
pioib.);el their creeenl ula, and wereijual
ified by (he lion. P. H. McBride, to-wit :
Messrs. Edwards, Jackson, Burtis, Lowe,
Polk Keed Woolfolk end Jtme.' -The'
President . then decided that fi'r.
Landerji be now 'worn a member 'of
tie8ent. .,t , . ,, ,
"'A. WeH'prealed from the decision
of the Chair.' ''He was not actuated by a
ny feeling of bYikindness, towards . the
Chair in tlie oourtt he felt bound to
sue. mere were out two Kinae
cncjs oaicy jii fycX, and vacancy
in. jaw the, f ppearanve of. Mr. Joie in
his seat was proof positive that there was
nooncy io act, aid destroyed t( pre
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the Press the People' right maintain,
WARAV, MISSOtjm; SATURDAY MORNING,' ' DECKMBteil ' 3)t ., I8-1?.V
sumption of vacancy raised by the writ
of election issued by the. Governor. He
contended that Mr. Jones was entitled to
his seat, Until he was ousted by a vote of
the Senate, after hearing all the testimony
in the base. y -. ; .
. On leave! Mr Jon'fet addressed the Sen
ate, at some length, in support of his right
(q a seat., , He said that tlie records of , the
Senate showed that he had ueen duly qual
ified as a Senator, and that he could not be
deprived of his right as such, until acts
were proved, which, under the laws -and
constitution, would exclude him from his
privileges on that floor. He argned at
length the positions assumed by Mr. Wells,
and spoke of the evilconsequences which
might flow from the decision of the Chair,
as a precedent, if it were now sustained
by the Senate. . ; .
On motion of Mr. Gatewood, Mr. Lan
ders was granted leave to address the
Senate, in person or by counsel. '' ,
: At Mr. Landers' request, time was al
lowed him to procure the aid of counsel,
and on motion of Mr. Ga'.ewond, the mat
ter was laid on the table for the present. "
On motion of Mr. Polk, the Senate went
into the election of Secretary. ,
Mr. Woolfolk nominated JamesII. Brit-
ton, of Lincoln County. . , h
Mr. Burtis nominated Vm. V. Kerr.oi
Cole county. ' "'
Mr. Edwards nominated Win. B. Stark,
of Cole county. ... ,
On the 2nd ballot Mr. Britton recMv-
ed 14 votes j Mr. Kerr, 2 votes ; and Mr. j
stark 10 votes
Mr. Britton having received a majority
of the whole number of votes E-iven. was
declared duly elected Secretary, was duly
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oua ed. and entered udoii tlie tliscliaree
of his duties.
, On motion of Mr. Hudspeth, the Senate
then proceeded to the election of an assis
tant Secretary. v ;,
Mr. Hudspeth nominated Edward M.
Hoklen, of Perry county.
Mr. Norri nominated Geo. W. Wither
r (',j ,llr.i.. ' 1
. Mr. Gatewood nominated' G. D. Hirf,.
of La Fayette county.
Mr. Jackson nominated Thaddeus Boon,
of Cole county, r
Arter one un.ucce.sful balloting, on
motion of Mr. Hudspeth, the Senate ad-
joumed until half past 2 o'clock, P, M, !
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HOUSE OF REPR EENTATI VF.S.
On motion of Mr. Neaves, of Greene,
Mr. McIIenry of Bates, wa called to the
Secrelaana IL ?BT relUeSdl0 M
TSum' being present, the creilen-
tialsof the members were psesentrd and
they were severally zualified by Judge
Morrow, after which the House proceed-
ti i . f Ta.a
lectected ou the first ballot. The oath of
office was administered lo the Speaker,
when he took (he chair, and in a Iriel but
handsome si.eecli, returned thank to u.e
, H. F. fa.sev. F..o.. of Iwrence coun-
ty, ws elected chief Clerk, pn the ' first
ballot. Muj. K. d. Jackson wa elected -until the last scene is lurever closed r ,
Door keeper, without opposition. ,; . 'i . '' This medicine may be had from
'' A.. C. Marvin Esq., of Henry eountyf '..-'' rBX'OWA'Sr'Mw Wanawi
was elected assistant clerk on the' first ; 1 ' . ; , . , ,-. '
The barque JoAit Collin, eieared' at
riiiiaoeijinm on u m inn., 'r l.buiui-
ma, via alparaiso, witn a large assoriea
carro valued at Sdb.oytfc' Her manifest
wa about two yards long.
, So anxious are teamen to touch the gold
o''t they are now shipping at New York
tu California, at one dallar per month.
CaL W.' lErr-ciiW-The Houston
(Text) Star of the 5lh inst., States that
no intelligence has been received irom
Col. Hay and hi little band ofadventur -
ers, since Dr. Sturge. and hi. p.r.y
(hem n (he bank of the Puerco. The
friends of Col. Hay are alarmed on ihi
eeount. and it was ex nected (hat a runner
would be sent In as toon e he reached
the Mexican settlements en the Rio
GremH.'" a-;'" " '' M
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It is estimated that there are how 27.'
843 white children between the age ' of j
fouf. nd twenty-one, in the. publio schooit!
at Cincinnati. The net Increase in num
ber for the year. 1848 hat been 5,372.
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More than twelve hundred girlt hae
deserted the Lowell factories since the
late reduction of wetes. - jm .i'i ,
The Dublin Feetaeo' Journal tpeaka
of tli American proposition o purchase
Cubs, and suggest h-t (he British Gov-1
eminent should bring Ireland 'to the nvar
ket n time, while IttinJs are tn fashion,."
"Jonathan," he eontinuea, '-may refuse to
buy nyfKinVhaatroii'nfa by-auB-'
., i V.'." '
Unaw'd by influence, unbribed
There are at this present writing Ove
two thousnd - newspaper in the Ufilted
States. In 1776 there were but thirty
eight alt told." i ;
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' ' '' From the Republican.
A MOST LIBERAL PROPOSITION.
A gentleman in this pity hat authorised
I ut Id announce the following proposition,
viz t 'I hat each of the first two Sunday
Schools in each county of the Slate of
Missouri, reported to the undersigned, as
duly organized ufter this date, shall re
ceive aid from him on the following con
ditions and to the following extent, viz; :,
.To a school of five teachers and tw:n-ty-ftve
scholars, that will raise not less
than $5 towards procuring a library of
1UU volumes and other necessary books,
he will give $5 pr w - .. , , ,, , .
To a school of ten .teacher and fifty
scholars, that will raise not less than $10,
he will give $10 towards -procuring a li
brary of 200 volumes. : fJ , , !
. . The proposition may be Sonaidered good
fur one year from the date hereof.
The reports must embrace the follow
ing items: ; ' '' . ..-' ' '' . . i.
1 '' Ii;rlhe name and location of the school.
2'.' The name and post' office address of
the Superintendent. ' ";
'3. The date of its organization.
; . 4. The number of scholars and teachers.
5. How and to whose cure the books
are to he sent
ti. The money raised by the school must
come w ith the application
; Any facts respecting the state of reli-
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iu , cuuutuon u.e ne.g .uor. ooo,
nJ ") P"? u.teinmp Ihe .cl.ool
ta. sllllrl liA nnnonluMA ntll rra til vilii
The hooks will, in every case, be for
warded according lo directions, as soon as
the above terms are complied with. '
The books to be used in filling these
orders are the Jen Dollar Libraries pub'
Iislied by the American Sunday School
IT I t rtrt t 1
"'on. cons sung oi iw volume eacn,
' o'w pnoiioaiiona oi ina socieiy.
.U y rMe that the sc
fa,s.e "V a,1J,i,", ,n th7r ' I'ries,,
tw' or three dollars each, to provide t
w" y" . U0OK' le'g no"
q'ieM'on books, Sic. - ,
All communications relating to this bu
slne fcliewald be adflresSeiW W, lo .
. , Ai W . ( OREY. Asent i
t "'V'' of the Amer. S. S. Union, 1 t
1 '' No. 80, Chesmit St., St. Louis, Mo. , !
" TWomk.r lot lfiJQ ' 'f '
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jj-j- WOULD ANY ONE SUPPOSE
such men a. Judge Win. Burke, Rev. G.
WIaley, Dr.Vm. J. RicharvU'ah.t Dr
Hiram Cox, Professor in a Medical Uni
Versity of Cincinnati, wAnW -openly and
fearle'tv recommend for Coughs, Colds,
vea, even lor Contumblion DR. RO
UERS LIVERWORT AND TAR, if
they did pot know the niedicine possessed
all the virtues claimed for it by its dislin
i!(Kej imtnU,t?. Stlrey ,lolft Xhen
whJ ,nfle palliatives, and suf-
. 'er the insidious destryyer, to progress
Endeavoring to. impress upon the mind
of our citizens the superior efficacy of this
invaiuauis remeuy ior vunsiiinpiion ana
pumotlary Diseases in general, wi wish
' to a ii re our readers that we, are actuated
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-Our faith in the- remedy is founded upon
the universal 'uecesS :hltcndingt it use,
j Btld fl(ll believe that the moat f.dthles
W creut,b):s, afler, wiinessii.g Us stir
J prising virtue, will no longer doubt that
j I'Coosnmption may antl ear he cured." :
1 v sViL-h Indeed is the fact, and so astonish.
(,,e' cure eetej by (hi
f ' - .,
",8m l"" " maJ J"',,c wuer-
ed the greatest triumph la the "healin
art mat nss yet ocen tcmcvea.
are satlnlTeJ, from our experience thai
there are thousand lingering upon the
brink of the' grave' under 'a disease of
hingi, in some form, who msy be rescu
ed from an' eary 'MeatrT, and restored ti
perfect health. - by the timely Use of thp
See advertisement. . ' . , ,
Sold In Warsaw, ouily by ? ' ';,.
; .l-ir'.-' r PRO M'V - n VKS.
W'lHTta Fayta. Many personi ho
have 'been exposed U tie" fnftuence of m
laria, during the . past summer arid, fU,
and have thu been aulj to all lb pr-
disposing cause of Bilious or' Intermit
tent fever, but have resided trie Arit iri-
dianpa of llii' trluinpTi oT tisttt over1
the. resisting forces of the vital energies,
by taking preventive medicines have
still the seed of disease lurking in. .their
biood. Th ''January thaws" and sud
den changes in this month', bring out these
latent poisons that have been lurking in
the system, and that terror of every inha
bitant in the South and West, Winter ft-
rer, soon prostrates (he patient,' and death
often ensues. Now, if Dr. Brsgg Anti
Bilioiis Sugar Coated Pilla had been free
ly administered in time followed by hit
Tonic Pills, the patient, might have been
well in three days and long suffering,
and perhaps life saved as thousands can
testify. , ..,,'.
For sale by Brown & Dunn, Warsaw.
See Dr. 7?ragg's advertisement in anoth
"tfnd" He tnv that it u'o not good for
man to be aonc." Scbiptosi.
" In Henry county,' on the 21st lust., by
Rev. WrriV'Di Wear, Mr. Alfred Rttn
to Miss Nanct Lee both of that county
' - At the Rising Sun Hotel, in this plr.ee,
on Thursday morning last, by Rev. J. C.
Derrick, Mr Adner Dies to Mrs.
Gairrm allof this place. , ,i ;
' SJNo cake received In cither of these
cases, thus clearly demonstrating that they
regard the printers' blessing as a small af
fair. However, if they can get along
without it, we are satisfied.
.r ' IVir Cttiifomia.
fTITJE subscriber is makine his arranze-
J. ments to start fur California early in
the sprincr. He owes money here which
he is anxious to nay, and which he mutt
pay before he will leave. He hopes, there
fore, that those persons who are indebted
to mm win call and pay him Immediately
If he possibly could make his arrange
ments without railing' upon his friend for
what they owe him, he would most cheer
fuHy do so. But stern necessity compel
mm to collect his debts, and to do it speed
i'y- i V L. IIILDEBRAND.
Warsaw, Mo., Dec. 30, 1848.
Administrator's Notice.' ;
VTDTICE. is hereby given that the uni
Is dersiened ha ohlained from the Clerk
of the Henry County Court, letters of ad-,
ministration on the estate of Ann Fetvel,
dee'd., bearing dale the 13th day of De
cember, 1848. , .... ... i , j
All persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to .exhibit them
for allpwancp withiu one year, from the
date of aaid Letters, or they may be pre
cluded from having any bepefitof said es
tate, arid' if such claims are not Dresruted
within three years, they will beXorever
barred. . , ,v ,. .
, MA SON C. FEWfcL, Adm'r. j
dec30-SM8. , ! ' " '
i ' Administrator's Sale.
UY virtue of authority vested iiime by
the above Letters of Adniini.tration,
I will proceed to sell at public sale, at my
Own house, about five miles north of Cal
houn, Henry eonnty, Me., osj ; ''v-
Thursday', Iht Utday'of Fbrwiry,
(and continue from day to day if neetsra
ry,0 all the personal estate of said dee'd.,
consisting of one Carriage, and one horse
and Harness, some other little property ;
Abo, A'fA'JC Llk-EY XEGROKS,
iSeonsistinir of MEN, WOMEN and
C HILDKEN. A credit of twelve
months will be given, and purchasers
will be required to give bond with appro
ved security, ' m
: M. C. FEWEL, Adm'r;
' ' Final Settlement;
NOTICE ts hereby given o all persons
interested in the estate of Andrew
Vooa, oeca., inai at ine next repruary
term of , the Henry County court, the' un
designed will make application for a final
settlement of his administration of said
estate. -' ' "' ' ' :
. . PEYTON S. BANISTER, adm'r.
4ec30-tt-48, .. .
' Final Settlement. ' J i ;
J'OTICE is hereby clven to all creditors
11 and others interested in the estate of
Jonas Heath, dee'd, that at the next Jan
uary term d th8 Benton county court, I
will make application for a Anal settle-
nisnt of my adminifation of said eta)e.
J JA3. IJKUn rJEK, Adm'r.,
; v;; Final SetUenent; .
ILL persons' interested are hereby jfotl
tied that the uudersiarned, Executors of
the estate of Henry Awry, dre'd., wil t
the next February form of. the Usury
County Court a ir a final setUenient
of our diuiultrlioa of said eKtale. ,
: c P. O.AVARY, v. .
declv-4t-4fi . .. Executors.
OILK FBlXGES,m'. Silk Friars,
' all width for sal by ;t, jbv
.linc'"( !'(''(." .
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EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
t ti t .
i "T viamii.l
Wonderful I Extraordinary!! &.
CONSUMPTION cab as Coaaoa-And
we defy , the! whole! world to prodi.ee
such strong and undoubted testimony (ronx
men oi sucn .nign standing as we nave, tu
favor of Dr. ROGERS' LIVERWORT
AND TAR, hi: curing consumption, nt
breaking up the most distressing eouo in
isn uuuil lime. f
Consumptives, Despair not-L-fhert is Hope
even jor Vie JJymg l
Tliis Is to certify, that some time since. i
I was taken with a pain in my aids) ami
breast ; I called in the aid of several phy
sicians, but jhey failed to give me liny re
lief, and for the space bf ne year I grew
rapidly worse. In addition to this, I waa
attacked with .a violent cough ) altboagh
an excellent physician' lived in the. tame
house, and 4sed the greatest exertion, and
paid the strictest attention, it baffled all
his skill j-two others were called In, One
of which was an aged laud skillful physi
cian, but all their effort, proved alik e un -
availing. ' At last, a physician' who wa
attend ing a'ciimp meeting in the neighbor
hood, came to see me, and declared that I,
could not last more than one day longer f
aiso, an me vast numDer wno came to see
me, believed that a few days at most, must
end my earthly career.'' My friend were
now called in to see me die I But my bro
ther, at this erisls, .(hearing of the aston
ishing cures performed by Dr...Rogera'
Compound SyniR of Liverwort and Tar.)
went to Chillicolhc and back, a..djtance
of sixty miles, li thirteen hours, 4o get
some of the above medicine ; I commenc
ed taking it, and strange to tell,. before I
had used half a bottle, the, cough was eH
tirely cured $ from this time I recovered
rapidly, and when I had lisrd two bottles,
I was able toassume my family Vocation
as usual. I am" fully satisfied thatlf It had
not been for this' excellent' medicine, 1
would now be in my grave, ttnA must,- in
justice, aay that I truly return' my ineejre
thanks- to the inventor of -this pricelefa
medicine, end would recommend all per
sons afllicted with diseased lungs, to' give
it atrial. ' ' '"
., u , V Harriet ROWB.
Stanton, Feb. T,,1346 "M- ' I -.;u ,,
We, the undersigned, do certify that I hi
account of Mrs. Rowe Is Correct, "we be
ing personally acquainted witTi all tho f ir
Cumatances." -'. ';-':":
R. P. JoHwaon, P. E. Matt1 tiwt,
Thos. Casio, 1 : Jo. EvawJ
Sold by -,'' '. Browtf 4. Dunti,"Wartaw.
, Dr. Hutchison, iJoortvllln.
'" Huston Bascomj Ltxing-
toi. Orders may be addressed to'"'
HI BLAKSLEY & COi, Sti'Lonis.
STATE OF MISSOURI, ) &
. ' CoosTYor Bta-roK. .. .y'. ,'. -.. )
In tht Circuit Court In Vacation, Drean
, ' "' ter ltt 1848;.i'!- V'lu"':
Jacob CaarEirrE, as Adm's. of lli't ii.
tate of Henry Carpenter, dee'd, and o
thers Plaintiffs, '
Tcf ca.CABrEHTER,!t othernZiiris.
THE said complainatiU having! this day
.filed the bill in Chancery against the
said delendrfifta, and-1 alsoi an ailidavi t,
slhowing that the said Peter Carpenter is a
unn-resident of the State of Missouri, and
that the residence of -other defendants ie
unknown ta's'tfid rompUiannl". t ! i
Thererore,it is ordered that eaht Peter
Carpenter, John Robiasoa and Susan 'his
wifu, MaxieM Ilunteiy-arah -Atkltiaon
and tfamtiet- ft well and Mary Ann, his
wife, be rotifisd that said JacoW Carpen
ter, as administrator of the i.estatecf aaid
Henry Carpenter, deo'Jy Caviss, Caxpeu
ter, Samuel Carpenter ta otliera, heirs'
and distributees of the estate of aaid Hen
ry Carpenter, deo'iLi.-iisve this day filed
their bill of complaint bt tke olltce the
Clerk of the Circuit court of; Benton ooain
tv, allein'ng in sail bill f ,TsnplaJnt, that
the said IIiiryCareutrUo,deiuAuue
in the year 145, died Inleatatew sesMAag
an estate to be divided amos iaesaid
complainants' and . defendants that the
said Henry arpeutee dt'O'd., in hi lifsvi
time, made advancements . Pf money and
property to several of hia sons and a
moug them, Ue said. Peter received by
way or advancement,, the sum of f?50on
the 15th day of. March, 1839, wbich,a
vanccment.wiih the interest, tliereun,. at
the tiuia administration was granted en
said estate, amounted to 41204 S3 !
sum wa so inveut,mried and eouatedas
part ot uie estate to, be divided equally a
monatbe distributees ct said estate i and
pray thai a decree may be rendered com
pelling the said. Pete to hritig iujo hotch
pot the ajuwmt advanced to him and that
the estate bp equally diviJed j'Oug aJI
tl)e heiriVAulvthat. unle tlie.vj and
appear bcforc.lhe liunoxebla Judaoi our
Benton Circuit Court. Ou ihafir! dawaf
the next temuif suid CourU to be begun
and held at the rnurt-hnuse in the Oit f
Warsaw, in the Countf of Wt-ntoBi on the
second Monday in NJaroj next.- and wrtw
fn the firxtsix day of .said term,'"tf the
tenn shall long continue, end if nrt,
tlien, before the end of the 'term, deirmr, '
plsad.oranswerthe said bi'l of e..::.: ! ,ir.f,
the same w ill be ta.kn u conf, -wt. ,-.- I '
deoree rtixleied in ennlormity wiih ii.i'
prayer of jaid romplaimint".. ' ""-,. r '
' A nd it I forther otderi d, 'nvt a vyy-t.f.
thi order be published u . ine newsptipr -printed
in Ui Sthte f-r v
sively, th.Ul putild-;.' ui'ir. f to.. .,4
leal four Je V bH. tv i-.r . ... -
luent of aaad urxt lim. , , . . ' 1 K
s .vTHO&J. BiH0r,f.'i" .