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iff! we Warren County Courf, !Aoi owtnMr ! 1MONO the record and proceedings df aid Court, made on the fifth day of aid term li the following, to Wit : . I SAMUEL T. GREGORY, Curator of tile ' .Kstitet.nf Wliliam. E. and Elisa A. w (Rie-((M application for sate of Real ilOW here said curator files his petition i for the sale of the real estate of sain tin. for the education and support of said hei heirs, an inventory of the real estato And ine remaining personal eimcp wun us m . braised value, and all other assets Id tilt lands, tKe whole yenned by affidavit ' . A therefore ordered, by the Court, that UIjxrtons interested be notified of said 'application t and petition, by publication thereof in some newspaper printed in this State, for six weeks prior to the next term f this court; and that unless cause to the ' Contrary ,be shown on or before the first Uy of, said next term, an order will be jfciaile'for the sale of the whole, or so much s)t the reaJ c state of said heirs, as will be '.sufficient for the purposes aforesaid. , ,!, Thomas J Marshall, Clerk of said Court, do certify that the foregoing order , is truly copied from the record In my oiiice. .. Given under my hand and seal of office, . . at.office, this 30th day of November, . THOS. J. MARSHALL, Cl'k. i By IIckrV Pabkeh, D. C. . Jan6t-49 Final Settlement. UTOTICE i hereby ariven to all creditors it and others interested in the estate of 'Charles Beale, dee'd., that the r.hrieriign ' ed administrator, intends to make a final Settlement at the next term of the County Court of St. Clair county, to be held or the .econd Monday In February next. By 'v Irtuejif an order of the County Court a i.r;niu, iiiumc inn w" nj ii.i.i j , KA.A ... . . f r 1 . I34i. . w M. J. ma u, anm-r. oftheeste of Chtts. Beale, dee'd. s jan!3-4t-60 t. ;. tSiblen ffi Testament. Yi IBLES from SO Cefttstn $1 75, and a X9 ny quantity of at a Dime each, now on Itand and for sale h)f the Benton Coun ty lliblcr Sonrty. They can be seen and Y&MIMIUVU tlfc till VIIIVO i H1W - . K)ll. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CTIEHRY. COUNTERFEITS. -mw.Hi WMia i.v.J .Vfl.J Jit? ' M'mnrh Co.,lt. V" March 21, 1S47. : Mr Seth W. Fowle-Denr Sir: I tnke ' pleasure in stating to you- my experience 1 rt'the use of Wistiir's Balsam of Wild Therry.' ' I own a very vahnihlo negro f ir), who was attacked with a difficulty of :i l'inir, which brought her in appear ance to (he brink of the grave, t consul' ted some of oiv best physicians, who pro nounced hor case incurable, or that they ceuld do no: more for her. 1 tried many remedies but Done did any trood. I saw eokne account of Wistnr's Balsam, and thought I would try it, but hud little luiih ait ., 1 procured a bottle, which was nd iniuistered according t directions, and I saw she began to '.mend ; and b.'fure the fifst bottle Wit gone she was up. I pro cured a second bottle, and she took that, and "now she Is, I think, cured, or nearly "She attends to her daily iabdr, And I hear no complaints from her. ; R. L. JEFFEItSOX. Con.ufnpliUe Patient! -Will please read the foliowinrf statement from the Harrison Gaiette The 'credulous are invifed to reail1 the follflwinir note from Rev. Mr. Ooldron, Wltrtse character for truth and ve racity Is" aUofe suspicion, and have their doubts dispelled to the superiu'r'.ty of Wis tar's Kalm of Wild Cherry, over all o ther rruiedieS ndw before the publico!' the same character I , . - Coattioi, Ind., Jan. 28, 1848. Mlt 1 no. Ikss a duty than a pleasure to state, foe the benefit of the nlllicted, that 1 consider WUtnr's, Balsam of Wild Cher rv'a great blessing to the human race. Having tried It in n esse of severe afflic tion of the lungs, 1 unl'esitatingly re com mend it to those similarly ntflictcd, as the best, remedy I bVe ever tried, and one which cured me when physicians said I fn,utt; die, and when 1 thought myself that toy time to depart tt near at hand. C,e,rto.j;-To guanf rtgatiut a piiH'o Ghitatiott of Wistnr's Ualsnti. put up in Philadelphia by one W. M. Spear, the oisOtNt has the names of Henry Wistar, M. D., Philadelphia, Brid Stffidford & Park On the fine steel eng.-e.Ved wrapper with eut both of these names, it is positively lobNTtertiT. " ,U-niiNRY BLAKSLEY&Co., S. W. eerner of 3d arid Ones mi t streets, sella the fctafve medicine. Price $1 per bottle. ,'SoWe.lsoby '. y.ii ) .1 BROWM&DUN'M, Warsaw, COXA McCLAtX, Oseola, 3 t ifi Tl.J. McELHAKEY, - - - - - - Surtnirfield. fend Opon Inquiry observing strictly the above caution may be found in every te wn throughout the State. f dec2 WANTE D I f WHEAT, Flaxseed,". Beeswajt, ,f)ry Jlides, Talhjw and Deer ,Skius, lor which the highest nrlees will be paid by ept23- : .BENNETT &SHEPARD. 1 BUSHELS WHEAT wanted Ho! FOR CALIFORNIA t iS OIt W G OJL JfJ- CJ OL.D. THE undersigned would refthectfuliy In form all persona who intend to go to the great raining district of California, that they will, during the ensuing spring and summer, be prepared to furnish at their r.tore at INDEPENDENCE, Jatksoh Co;, Mo., hi trie cheapest possible fates, and upon the best of term's, all articles' which will be necessary to mtfke up complete O Ul FITSi for the trip, whelherfor those who intend to go through by wagons or otherwise. In large or small companies and will alJo give such' information as to the route and manned 6t travelling over the plains as will save the noviciate from suffering the hardships consequent to them, who hat hot had experience Jn he "Jornado de decr(." A" letters address ed to them upon the subject (post paid,) will be promptly answered. . .. WHITE A CO., ' Formerly of White A Ayres, of Warsaw Independence, Jan. 1st, 1849, Springfield Advertiser will publish to the amount of $5 and send account to W. & Co., Independence." The Great POPULAR MEDICINE' Of the Day Vatiamov.nl used per month The numerous and wonderful cures it effects Its magical effects vpon Bilious . Fevers and Fever and dJgut -Great Ex citement among the Doctors. rrttTE INDIAN QUEEN VEGETABLE X Sugar Coaled Pills are now admitted, on all hands, to be the most extraordinary and valuable medicine in general use. ; It not only acts as a epecijie. upon the Bilious and Typhus Fevers, Chills and Fefer, and Fever and ague of the west a;d south, but in all diseases of debility, weak stom ach, indigestion, loss of appct'te, impuri ty of the blood, and all diseases prevalent In a western end south-western c'.imrttc. Their great power consists in their pecul iar edect upon all the organs of the sys tem, and the rapid formation of no 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 into the hlooil, thereby infusine a new sup ply of vitality and nervous power info all the machinery of life. The extensive popularity they have acquired all over the west and" souths ensures the sales of at least . . ' ' Fifty thmisand Boxes a month. And we find it difficult, with our Inrge force of hands, and the late improvements in machinery, which wc have adopted, to manufacture them fast enough to supply the demAnd in the thirteen western and southern States.' One large manufactory is constantly engaged in preparing the va riodH concentrated extracts of which they are composed. From the best information we cau obtain from our8,()00 selling agents and hosts of attentive correspondents in all parts of the country, our medicine cures, pei month, riot less than 10,000 cases of Fe ter and ague, (1000 of which resisted all other treatment i 4,500 cases of bilious fever : 5,300 cases ol weakness & general debility cases of various chronic diseases ; 1,000 cases of weak stomach and loss of appetite ; . 800 cases f dyspepsia; 1,200 cases of rheufnatism ; 1,000 cases of female coiaplntnts ; 1,200 cases of ague cake, or enlarged spleen; .. . 1,500 cases of liver complaint; 00ft cases tit scarlet (ever) 40i) cases of typhus leVer 800 cases of sore throat. This must appear almost incredible, but the numr rous letters from physicians, a if cuts and those Who use tho medicine, from all the western and southern States, satisfy us that this is a moderate estimate, and that cur medicine is rapidly taking the plnee of the various sugar coated coun terfeits, which are afloat, and the numer ous toriid mixtures, made wholly of ut nhie, which are imposed upon the public by manufacttli ers who live, noboda know Kllere! . Dr. Bragg's fnmons Sugar Coaled In dian Queen Vegetable Pills, ore of two kinds the Cathartic and Tonic. The Tonic. Pills arc peculiarly adapted to thp quick and permanent cure of Fever and ague, Torpor it trie Liver, and General Debility It is in fever and ague, chills, fever, ie., that they xchievo their great est triumphs. It rarely requires over 12 liaur, (r morn titan li iif ft hot or the Io nic Tills, to - break the chills . and effect a perms rc ft cure which is rarely the ease with the Ionic mixtures uf quinine, ha wk e! about the country by ignorant pretend eus. Thosa who tfko the Tonic Pills once win never forsake them. Who Can wonder, then, that d medicine of such extensivo popularity and extraor dinary virtues stiould rairse great Excitement among the DectorsH s,Tho prejudices of physicians against their Use are at lait giving tvt) to the play of reason, and the eunvirtions of etery day experience, whieb? they dcrtve from theif patients and frieeds who use them. Doctors are now almost every day send ing orders from every part of the country, for a supply of the Pills, to use in- their practice,. ... ( . , - t For tale, wholesale and retail, art fit. lirapfi DEPOT AND FAMILY MED ICINE $TOIli;. N. E. comer of Market end Thjrit Strecfs, SU, Louis, Mo., and Fortaleby JJOIfOV DUW, WarsaJ. "T-Also, by O.. T Rives and J W Bird, Benton County; A C Moore, J W Filler & Leachmao, Boliparj i Price, John Jones, W Montgomery, . Williams k Peafc and Reed Bennett, Bu&alo; S R Roberts, Er&tl Waldo McCulfoch, CWofajR Pat tcrsoff. Dallas P Q,; C Humes, PjeataiU Praifie! DbiiIoI Darby; riltiJburgh. r- JHAWLS. ClofH, Cashmere, Da'ma.sV J and Plaid Shawl?. l,.;ie sixes, fumkl cheap Vy 4der?J JB. SIIErARD, STATE OF MISSOURI, ) & CoUORfT or Polx. ' ' , William M. Ciiioos, Adm'r. or the Es tate of John 11. Smallihan, dee'd. -Vs. , . v.- The Es'ate of John H. Smallman. Probate Court Ojf Polk County, December : ' Term; la 48. ' "' NOW at this day came Wm. M. Griggs, administrator i if the estate of John 11. Smallman: di;c'd .. and herein files his pe tition, alleging tt tat the personal estate of said dee'd. is ins' Jllieient to pay the deDts of said dee'd. , n d praying for trie sale of real estate. ,Saic I petition was Verified by oath as the la w d irecls, end accompanied by true account of his administration) a list of the debts (lue to arid by the dcK'd.j and remaining uu paid, and an inventory of said real estat e,a,id the assets in the hands 6f the said ad min istrntnr. A is therefore ordered by the Court, thai all persons 'int. rrei ted be notified thereof, by publication irt lome newspaper. printed in this Slate fo.r"f;x weeks, that Unless the contrary be shcivi 1 1 on the first day uf next term of this Cour t, to be begun and held at the Court-hoi is in the town u( Bolivar, on the first Mon.da y of March, A. D. 184i)t an order will be n la do for the sale of the wnoie or so mu cn ii sain real esuue as will pay the dob t of said dee'd. . WILLI AM FOURSHEE. Jan6-6t-49 Probate Judge. VGOOD assofii mmt of Country made Jeans, now cm hn.ud and selling low at dec2 SIIKPAKD'S. STONEWAItir..- -t.,000 Gallons Stone- ware, consist! us: of Jars. Churns. ware, consist! ue: of Jars, Churns, Crocks and Jugs, o f all sizes and the best quality, for sale cht ap by B. & S. f-i ,i , i 1 1 ; IlAtf., Esq., Ex-Mayor Biiaot, all of N. IJr' isoous cn eaper (nan ever! York. NOTWITHSTA NDINGtheextraordi'J The power of the Gracfenburg Medi nary large sa les of Dry Goods we r.ineg overall BILtOVS COMPLAINTS have innde the pic sent season, we have no matter what their form or severity, is a yet on hand a larg e stock which we are matter of Profound astonishment. Let selling at prices whch astonish every per- U, therefore, who are thus afflicted, and son who examines i mr Goods There are wh0 would CLEANSE THE SYSTEM, yet many bargains remaining, which can resort at once to the celebrated Graifen bo obtained by catting at our well khown t,erg Vegetable Pills and Hevlth Bit cheap establishmen t. B.&SI1EPARD. j TeBs. At all events let them call at some 5-,. .. . , , , one of the agents, and get a pamphlet LPACA. We hi ive the best stock of 8 ' 5 1 this article! ever brought to Warsaw, I . ..' . . which we are sell! ng cheaper then dur brethren in BoonviU e or St. Louis. So say those who have exa mined both markets. dcC2 1). A SHEPARD. COTTON TARN! 5,000 Lbs- all num bers. just ree'd. and for sale by ; ,dec2 ' Jj'ENM '.TT& SHEPARD. j TICKINGS. 20 1 s. bed Ticking, from , 12 1-2 upwards, fnrsaleby dec2 AENNE .TT& SHEPARD. STATE OF MISStJUIil, CoUNTV OP BfiN St. In the Circuit Cow iin Vacation, Decern ., " ; ber Xt. 1818. , . . Jacob CASPtNTia, as Adm'r. of the es tate of Henry Carpenter, dee'd., and a thers Ptainti.fs, ' V. : ' Pe.teb Carient7:i, 8t others--DefencTts. r HE said complainants having this day ' filed the bill in Chancery against the hancery against the said ileftnclaiits, ami also an affidavit, showing that the ail Peter Carpenter is a non-resident ol' thu Sta'e of Misseun, uu uiui me resiuriiu ei uiuer ueienuauis is unknown to snid ci mplainant. Therefore, it is ord ered that said refer liipiMict.jomi iwc'inson and Susan ins ml. uC..l tr..nl Aa CL A.1-: Samuel Fewell be notified that administrator tn tlie (state ol said Henry uarpenter, nee a., n vin Uarpenter, som uel Carpenter, and thers, heirs and dis tributees of theestat( of said Henry Car penter, dee'd., have this day filed their hill of complaint in t l .e offico of the Clerk of the Circuit court o f Benton county, al leging in said bill of complaint, that the said Henry Carpentj r, dee'd., sometime in the year 1845, dird intestate, leaving an estate to be divid ed among the said complainants and iii fondants that the said Henry Carpentuir, dee'd., in bis life time, made advancements of money and propertA to several mi nis sons anil a ....... r., ,1. .ui.. ii, Uoods consisting in part or and f fary Ann Ins wife,! , , , , said .Jacob Carpenter, as Piecf P"1, .. . . i .'ii.inHi vnr in a- i inniPMiirH. mong them, the said Peter received by.,M""nu ' " way of advancement, the sum of $750 i.n . lVPer' ... .... the 15ih day of Mai"i, 1839, which &d- f Biiuruiiriii) yy vii itio ( it, ticitll) at the time administration was gtanted ob ouiu vstiaii;, aiiiiiitiiiril iu A.tya wmt 11 sum v.nso inventoried l nd counted as part: of the estate to be divid ed equally among! the distributees of said estate ; and prays that a decree maybe rendered compelling ' the said Peter to bring into hotchpot thai amount advanced to bin i, and that the es- ! tato be equally divided among all the heirs And that unless they be and appear before the Honorable Judge of our Beuton Gir- 1 cuit Court, oir tho first day of tho next term of said court, to" bi 1egun and held i atthe Court-house in the City of Warsaw, j In the county of Beuton , on the secbnl I. nlomlav In March next, and within 'Km first sixdavsof said term. if the term shall so long contiuue, and If not, then before tho end of the term, demur, plead or an - awer the said bill of e6m plaint, the same will be taken as confessed, and decree Am n fif hr nn r it. Ihil mm nfi . . : :. , : - - v rj t iiusorner oe puonsuen iw some newspaper printed In this State for e ight weeks mc cessively, tht last publication thereof tn be at least four weeks tefore the com nienoeincnt .of eur said irn xt term, r ' , THOS, J. Al'SHQP, Cl'k, dec9-8t-43 . , i - - ' ; " MOLASSESS.-5 7ibl.N. O. Molas ses in store and fur su le at ilec3 !',- S:iIEiARiys. . . Debts! 'and .Shots. ", 1ITE have' ort hand a first fate assortment H of all kinds, includiitg . 4 good lot of children's shoe.. , Jileci , U. A S. BUCKWHEAT tFLQU It! Lbs supti fVue Hi store and for SUEPARD. Monthly Bulletin, IU !. rpilE position of JL the Urnrenberg Company in its rela tions to the health of the community Is now fully establish ed; and the ad riii ca ble series of the Gncfenberg Medi 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 that by their use they ran more cer thinly combat Disease in all its forms. And not nnly do physicians sanction and encoiiraglJ tfieif use, but THE CLEIIGY bf fcvfcry denominhtion attest their won derful efficacy and in numerous ways feComhiend them td tho pet pie of their cliante. ' ' THE LEGAL PROFESSION testify to the same thing; in short, the public at large hail the introduction of these medi cines as a PUBLIC BLESSING, Th?re are over TEN THOUSAND A nF.NCIESot the Company In the United Stales, which are not only profitable to , the agents; but bf vast benefit to tho In habitants; There should not be a single Town, Village 6r Hamlet, without its Grtpfenberg Depot ; and if Inis Bulletin is read where there is hb agency, application should be made for one at once. Certificates almost without number, are on file at the office of the Company, testi- f'vinc tfi r,ipA rtf thf. most flstollishillCT j kin(, . nanv of whirll h(lve been duly ex ! i...i i fiu..:... A;:n.,,0A gentle Men! C Rcv. N. Bxsns, D. D., FnANCts which wiinuiiy explain the wnoie matter, i EDWARD BARTON, Sec'y. ivew oric, rcptemher livia. The General Agent for Missouri, is E. K. WOODWARD, St. LoUis, to whom applications for agencies may he address ed. i"rThe above celebrated medicines are for sale at Warsaw, by BENNETT & SHEPARD. $3Citij Taxe. "V"OTICE is hereby giTeil that the City 1 Taxes for 1848, are now due and pay able. The Collector may be found at al most any hour of the day, loafing about the street, ready and willing to receive and receipt for all amounts now due. ED. ALEXAA DER, , oct28 , City Collector. sw.Yit v x noicL.i.rit, P. 40! I TI AVE now opened their larce assort 1 1 mcnt of Fall & Winter GOODS, I which they offer for sale at prices lower than is possible for any other house in town 1 10 iaKe, on account oi Having ihiu in men j entire stock in New York A Philadelphia The, woia invite the attention of pur- .chasers to their large assortment of Dry ... . . B . - 10.000 rt 3-4 do Winter Ginghams, Muslin de Lainrs, Al pacas, Cashmeres, Gala Plaids, Shawls, of every vcriety, Book and Swiss Mus lins, Bishop Lawn, Jaconet, Ac., c. Al so Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting, Blank ets, &c, RF.ADY MADE CLOTHING. Blanket & Pilot Cloth Coats, Vests, Pan taloons, Lamb's wool Drawers A Shirts. Hals, rps Stoats Shot. ', A fresh supply of superior Kip' Boots i and Shoes, also coarse Boots, Shoes, I.a- .i: I . r ' ..ip ... I f cv Hardwares? Saddlery oj every description, QUEENS WAKE A full supply of beautiful patterus and du rable ware. (J ROC EWES 500 Bbls Kanawha Salf, 200 do old Rectified Whiskey, 1 pipe, 2 hf do and 20 bbls Brandy, Port, Madeira, Sherry, Malaga, Tene rifle and Olaret Wines. 10 Chckta Tea, 1C0 bags superior Rio Coffee, ' 2i du Havana do. 10 Hhds Sugar, (a superior article) 20 kegs PupomVa FFF gfoted Rifie Powder. ' 20 boxes Tobacco, (Congress plug.) ludiiro. Madder, Salaratus, .Hum, pice, ; 4 epper, Copperas, nice, &t., e. I 1,000 bundles Spftft Cotton. j irr-The above articles will be sold for CASH and PRODUCE only. ... J l- nln. in. Main cf. , T RON 1-10,000 Lhs. Pittsburgh A Ten nessee Iron, consisting of all sixes tire, baud & round Iron Casting of all kinds T-Wagnn boxes, plow moulds,' Ac, in store and selling at the lowest prices, at ' deriJ SHEPARD'S. To those vtost contented. " ILL those indebted to me either by note or account, would do well fo come for ward and msie immediate payment, as money I must have from some source, and none so honorable as the oiVe I intend to pursue'. As trnt a short time Can be allow, ed to any, t would be pleased yeu would take advanfVg o f it, and save nie the un pleasant duty that I will hate to perform hi ease of failure. rCall at the store of Messrs. Henry A Borland, stud you will WW) 1n we at tWtimee. ' ikM. B.C'UKA'RY. Tremendous Excitement IN THE MERCANTILE BUSINESS,! fjVnheard-of Low Prices Manufnc'u' tureri ruined! Immense arrival of new Fall and Winter Goods, at ' ! BEftTSTETT & 8Xn2FAnD'3 II'Ehave jitst returned1 from St. Loui, and having found all kinds of Goods selling at such ruinous low prices, we were tempted to purchase more thari double the amount which we usually lay In at this sedsbri of the year. : These Goods are ntttv open and exposed for vale, and we feci 1 Justified in saying that we are offer.' : tllt'tn at from 25 to 50 per cent, cheap- ing er than ever before All hilr Goods for the use of the Ladies have been Selected with our usubI veil known ghbd taste, and are warranted to be of the Infest and best styles. Please give us a can, oelore purchasing, and it low prices will Oil thfeirt they are bound to go. OCI7 liEiKFlT&SHEPAKD. Cofjartttersliip Notice. (rilE undersigned have this day formed a I Copartnership under the firm of Henry A Borland. ..I ... R. C. HENRY, WM. P. BORLAND. Wilt-Saw, Mo. Oct.Bth. 1848. IANCY GOODS. Fringes and Giinps of till c'olors A widths, worsted hoods; comforters, hiitts, shell and horn, tuck and side Combs, hrioks and eyes, dolls, jewel ry, frloves, hosiery, pihs, needles, Ac, &c. for sale cheap by B. A SHEPARD. Winter Drtss Goods., 'E have the largest stock of Winter Dress Goods ever exhibited iu this place. Among them are Black, Plain and Fiifd. Alpacas, Plaid and ModecoVd. do., Oregon arid Vat ifamia Plaids, Muslin de Laines end Cashmeres, col'd.and Plaid Linseys, etc. Wc are selling them 25 per cent cheap er than lost year. B. & SHEPARD. COOKING & WOOD assorted for sale by STOVES 40 ATKISSON. WOMAN WANTED. jTOktrANTED to purchase a, Negro 11 Woman, between, the ages of 13 and 30 years one that has be'feh atc.iistorned to do house work for which a fair price in CASH will be paid, if im mediate application is hiade o sept30-tr JAS.' II. LAY, 10 mile N. W. of Warsaw. Itr. Vs. KASTKISIA'X Jlcdicctted Strengthening Plaster flUHS plaster has been prepared under I., the immediate eye and superintend ence of an old physician, who is a gradu ate of the University of Pennsylvania, and lias had extensive practice for more than 30 years Irl treating tlie variou dis eases incident td.this country. He confi dently recommends this Plaster, fiom a thorough knowledge of its tirtues, tube supeiior to every Plaster now in u'se'i By keeping tip a creutle 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 df the Stomach, AL To all persons predisposed to Consumption, or who are subject io vi olent coughs arid 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 bf the above diseases will find Dr. Easterly's Medica ted Strengthening Plaster much superior to any other ever before offered to the pub lic. Physicians, druggists and dealers in Medicines, will find it to their interest to keep a supply of these valuable Plasters on hand to accommodate their patrons 3" For sale, wholesale and retsify at trie Medical Depot of Dr. E. Easterly, south east corner of 3d and Chcsuuf streets', St. Louis, Mo., and by agents throughout the w estern btate. lapua i For sale by Brown' A Dunn, Drug gists, agents tor Warsaw,- Mo. . SUGAR.--15 Hl.ds. N. O. Sugar 50 sacks Coffee, 50 Bids Ohio Vk hiskey, , 10 do Cog. & Am. Brandy; 10 do Wines, ast'd. , 5.000 L!. Cotton Yarns..' being rec'J and for s!e at low price by, tepvi'd . , J. AiKHsON. pTLICOES C5fT pieces English and A l' nrerlcan Calicoes, selected with eur well known good taste, and selling at' pri ces' ruiuous to the manufacturers. oct7 BENNETT A SHEPARD. f APS ! CA PS ! ! W dot Men aud boys' Otter, Seal, A'utria, Muskrat, Plash, C nth and HairCan, cheap for Cash by BENNETT A SHEt'ARD. oct7 IOOKlNG-GLASSESi-tf all sixes, J from 10 cents to O0", for sale by June3 BENNETT A SHEPARD. " FU)UUfFLOUR !l"T IIRST Quality 15,000 Lbs. first rate article of Flour, for sale at ept2 BENNETT A SHEPARD'S . Calloway Stoneware . ftIIE best quality ever sold tn Wa'rjaw, 1. Such as Churns, Jars, Croc Jugs. aiig.V . B ENNETT A SRtMRD, SCYTHES. Grain, Graa rti Bm-h Scathes, Sneads and a"cjihst fone. for al erteap for eek by B. 1. 8.' Heady Made Clothing. 0)C) IHZ Sunnier Coat Pants-A Tests for sate at what the clbtM ctl (mi king throwfc in.j f junel? . . B. A S. ' Sugar and Cbfftfe ! THE best and theapesl in (own. , W can prove what we say. . - i aug5 , BENNETT A SHEPARD, I) ONtfETS BONNETS!-We have -few bonnets yet left, which ve will sell at cos to close the lot call sooii.' ' " ' aug5 ,.. BENNETT A SIIEP A RI)V Juniata Nails.'": rr KEGS all sizes, from 4d to20d",and fF fJooniiK brads for sale cheap by aus5 BENNETT A SHEPARD. F)R"TLAND TOBACCO. 10 bote of this popular TodftCCo JustlfthdeB from the vV.ive",foi-salehy ' ' ' junel7 B. R SHKPARIJ; .'., PARASOLS. E have a splendid assortment foi 'iaU lower than ever before by ' 1 j joneW. J'. 6L DllL.1 AniJ. UOOTS A SHOES. Wfe have ot. hand ih lnrri.t nsortmcnt tit Boots and Shoes in Warsaw among them ire Calfj Kip, Seal and thick Boots men's Calfj Morocco, Kip and thick Shoes - Ladies' Gaiter and Morocco Boots, half gaiterl kid, Calf and kip Shoes, kid, calf and sea Slippers, kid and calf Buskins, Misses', goat and seal Shoes and Slippers, Boys' coarse and kip Shoes, Children's, seal, moroccb, taif and gaiter Shoes, At., At, all for sale bhenp b.y , , v, , june3 l ilit.fiiiiA Jane Medicines bU warranted! DU. MORTIMER'S TohiS Mixture warranted to cure or no' pay ! DR. BARSTOVVVS "KOLLYGOG," positively certain cure. m t JTThrilstoii's. Watson! SanDmeton'a Spedden's and other popular Pills for sate low also Viunine, at cost by , . '. , ,, eept23 JAS. A1 KISSON. FEVER'iXBilCliE. I."-! EVER and AGUE, Dumb Ajjue, Chill . Fever, Intermittent A Rcmiitent Fe vers, and all the various forms of Billou diseases, speedily and permanently cured by DR. WATSON'S INDIAN rEGET ABLE TONIC. ' ' This valuable medicine wa prepared from an extensile practice tt . several years in a oiuous cnuimc m mc "cswra Statts, and was never known id ffail of cu ring Fever arid. ague, df any of the abort diseases. . ' 'V ' It is equally efTee'tual for the cure bf Li ver Complaint, Jaundice, Enlargement of the Spleen, (Called Ague Cake) and thai various forms of bilious diseases. These; with thn other Various affections bf such . climates, arising from a comrhon miasmal cause, are only modifications of the sairi4 disease, and , equally controlled by tbe same remedy. ' ' Residents of bilious climates,' emigTarltJ or persons traveling through infected rlfi tricts of country,, will not bnly find' Dfi Watson's Indian Vegetable Tonic a safe; speedy and effectual cure, but an absolot preventive. ' '.,' Each bottle of medicine is iicf'emfianT ed with a pamphlet on the Cause', IreaU nifht and Cure of Fever ftnd Ague, a'h'd other form of bilious disease, containing much valuable information, and rnay be had gratis of all authorised agept? for fbo sale of the Touie; None eennine without ' the writteu sicwaturehif N. F, Watsofi, M. D., on every bottle, Inventor and Propri etor. . . Dr. E. EASTERLY, aole General A- rnnf fnr (h Western Status. sOuth-esst Corner of 3d and Chesnut streets, St. Lou is, Mo. Price $! per bottle. y For sale by Messrs. Brown & Duno, Drugcists, agent for V.'afsgw, Mo-' V rjLrJmie.t.VGMyiEvT9 SEPTEMBER 20, 1348! j.ATKISSfew v " ' tS now receiving a splendid stock ef . Fall and.. Winter Dry (Jqods; GROCERIES, &o., &.c., whibhhels offering at extremely '"fete prices." The public are respectfuUJ in vited to (fall and examine hns stock." DRY GOODS, frCsli A handsorne srylea of a'll kinds, suitable for the seasoa, Tor sale very lew by J. ATKISSON. ' v Aty6uf oivft IVicel i S the season for selling Summer dress i Gck1 ia drawina to a close, and we al' so wish to make room for an immense stock of Fall and Winter Goods,, wewilj pow sell our Cal;ooes, Ginghams, Lawns, Re rages, Ac, Ac at your own, price ( R collect that we have the prettictt inHrt roeut iii Uwn, and the privr tba'il not spoil a trade. Purchasers should' pot let thU Opportunity pass, without securing seme Oi the bai gains which we shall offer. auci BENNETT & SHEPARD- . 1JAINTED LAWNS,"oT mest beautirut styles at from 18 to 25 cents, at ' may6 J. ATKISSON. - 11 r . - niTTSBURO COTTON YARN. 10, I 0(10 Lbs. all numbers, from 5 to 13 M sale cheap by B. A SHEPARD, - First and Lst Calif ILt.- those having notes or accounts itt 6s due prior to the first day of Jniiart ast, are hereby notiiied that unless ftnme iftlA nnvitiipnl I niftitf.. Knh nnt,',nil - counts will be plaeed in the hands of the eroor r ollicer fur eolliectiiin. V mesa Just what we aj-e, want1 nioiiey iJr w'sx nave u. ' s juntSl :,BROW:v-,J DUNN. s Ji;n-s lVril-SA LTVl 1COD SACKS ,,'ionnd alum S.lt UrgeanU full, for' ep ay f li '.a " ' '' ' ' ' .1 . - T--