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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 10 June 1848

r i' ft J. bit. r, ft CAMERON & 3U J. 1UTCHEY. Here shall the Press the People's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, unbribed by gain. f EDITORS AND PROPRIETORSr 'VOL. IV CITY OF WARSAW, MISSOURI, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1843. ' Nd 19. Office btotr the t s more, "it NTJUJfCX PROM THeI I ELW SqOARC.) ;!:o n , TERMS ' ' The' Saturday Mornina' Visitor Is nub' 'Hshed once a, week, at T,Vo Dollahs per .annofn, payable in advance, ... Advertisements will be inserted at$l per square (of ixxtern lines or lens) for the .first insertion, and fifty cents for each con tinuance, , For one square 8 months, $5 do for six months do for IS months, .1$00. fi" Advertisements not marked with the ' number of insertions required, will be 'continued until ordered out, and charged . accordingly. . ; . " ; A literal deduction will he made to those :who advertise by the year. ' fAtlverti .sersfcythe year will be confined strictly to their business. Candidates announced for $3 00. ''Xm?OM2 TMC.1 Mi. ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 10 June 1848

A SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR ' V.' Y MORNING VISITOR,: j3-Tim $2m meM, CAB.rg SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 10. PREACHING. ,Th bllowing appointment! were made" for the tupply of the Pulpit in this place, aMhe recent meeting of the PrestjfifrJ T Osagt. ' : , June 25 Rev. I. B. Rickettt. July 9 Iter. A. Jones. July 23" O. A. M. fienahaw. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ' , FOR PRESIDENT, , . GEX.IEWISCISS, ,i Of Michigan.- ' " 'FOR1 tICE-PRESIDENT, GEN. WM.fl. BlITLER, . . , Of Kentucky. , .". torn covtio, AUSTIN A. KING, o . . ,"' rom titvf. coVebnoii, THOS. L. PRICE, o Cotv Electors fat President and Vice President Ut Di.t.-J. C. WELBORN,of Pike. 2nd " A. McKINKEY, of Randolph. 3d , . -B. SWING, of Ray. 4th 5th u 8th " 7Hh " -G. D. HALL, of Lafayette. B. F. MASSE Y, of Lawrence. J: H. RELFE, of Washington. -TRUSTEN POLK, St. Louis. WHO TICKET. . , , roa covibnor, . J AS. S. ROLLINS, of Boone. roar titer, covebkob. HENDRICK, of Greene co. sEUdort for Presiiint and Vict President. . lit Dist. T. L. ANDtf R...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 10 June 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR, RtfOt S ft SHOES W hare on hand 1 iLt -Jcrtst assortment ot Boots and fhoM liv,Wrfw among them re Cair, TClb;SeiJJh4 Jnick Boots-men' Calf, Jrbfcjttf,' Jtfp' and thick. Shoe -Ladies' "A'"? n Morocco Boots, hAlf gaiter, .km, calf and kip Shoes, kid, calf and seal Slipper, kid and calf Buskins, Misses' f oat and leal Shors and Slippers, Boys' oais and kip Shoes, Children's sea), thorbdeo, talf and gaiter Shoes, Ac, Ac. mil fdf sale cheap by JuneS . BENNETT & SIIEPARD. ' 1 : . ' -'i.-.i 'f 'i , More Soft Hats! - "A'DOZEN Monterey Hats of the softest kind; Just ree'd per Onk, by Jn3 i BENNETT A SHEPARD. i ' i .. , lot iWjia wants Tar Now? j i Bbli. North Carolina Tar, just land v.l 1 ed from St. Louis Oak, for sale by - Junt3 v BENNETT A SHEPARD. f' For Family Use. fr bbls.'best Cider Vinegar, 5 do. No.. 1 I and S Mackerel, 10 do N. O and Sugar house Molasses, 10,000 Lbs. best Spring .' River Flour, for sale by II. & S. - .ORK'S CHEESE. 7 E hare now a l...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 10 June 1848

-LU LH LU-IJ1 SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. C EALEii KUPOSALS willbereceiv O ti ky the undersigned committees, on behalf of tbe M. E. Church nd Land mark? Lodge ,No. 64, of Free nd Accept ed Masons, until the ' lflth day of June, 1848, tot the Brick and Carpenter's work of a house of the following dimensions: - 50 feet long by 36 feet wide, two stories high) the lower story to be 14 feet in the clear, and the upper story 12 feet in the - clear, with eight openings in each side. ' The carpenter's work to be done embra ' ,ces the enclosing of the building. Propo sals will also be received for the founda tion, which is t)be of good limestone rock. The Committees reserve the right of re- acting any bid which they may detm too ligh. Persons desirous of putting in bids can tee the plan and specifications of aid work by calling on the committees. hi.' ;. E. T.MAJOR, :o ;. ,. H. P. W ATKINS, . " . JNO. A. BLAKEY, W. KILLBUCK, . Comm. on part of the Lodge. JAS.A. BROWN, B. MILL, i. C. DERRICK, ....

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 17 June 1848

4 ODIlSo E. CAMERON & L. J. RITCHEY. Here ehalt the Press the People's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, unbribed by gain. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. . -J CITY OF WARSAW, MISSOURI, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNK 17, 1848, JSO 20. i - t;t.t-o f ; V f 1" tot! '.-, ! i, L 1 . A !, fft , f'.t': ;'( Oliicc wrr the Strug Store, (EVitAjrcfc Vh6m the Public Square, ) 10') IS: I ,TUe Saturday Morning. Visitor is pub lished .once a week, at Two Dollars per annum, payable in advance, i 'Advertisements will bo inserted at $1 fkef tquai-e (of eixtcm lines or less) for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each con tinuance. 1 'Vorono square 3 months, 5 t'ntar six nic-nths; $a do fori -2 inonths, tS 00.;"', v Advertisements not mnrkei) willi the ni(mber' of insertions required, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accordingly.', A liberal deduct inn will be made to those who advertise by the year. ?Adverti sors by the ;year will be confined strictly to their business. Candidates anno...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 17 June 1848

IU li -J 1 i- SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. MORNING VISITOR., fTrM $2 PER IKItM, Cash.0 SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 17. "; 11 PREACHING, The following appointments were made for llie snpply of (lie Pulptl in litis place, at the recent meeting of the Prtsbykry of Osigt. ; .;',) j . . . , June 25 Rev, I. II. Rioliclts.. .July!) Rev. A. Jones. i July. 23 G. A. M. Rensbaw. ' DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Jf OR PRESIDENT, ,: CEN. LGWIS CASS. ' ,. Of Michigan. : FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, CEN. WM.fl. BUTLER, Of Kentucky. " '' ' TOR GOVERNOR, AUSTIN A, KING, 0 Hay. ' . TOR tIEUT. OOVERHOR, Til OS. L. PKICE, of Cole. Electors for President and Vice President. 1 st Dist. J. C. WELBORN, of Tike. 2nd " 3d " 4 th " 5lh ": 6th " 7(h " -A. McKINNEY, of Raridolph. E. B. EWI-NG, of Roy. G. D. MALL, of Lafayette. : B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence. J. II. RELFE, of Washington. TRUSTEN. TOLK, St. Louis. ;WIIIG. TICKET, FDR PRESIDENT, Ccu Z.-MCIMR1 TJYi.ORi '"' FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ' '' FOR GOVERNOR,' J A S. S.. ROLIU N S , of B'oone. ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 17 June 1848

SATURDAY., MORNING. V I S I T 0 It . - A, - , T 'l' ' I " I . .; : .. i 7 11 OOTS A SHOES. We have on hand thd, htrtrest ftssbftment ol Boot and Shoes iir"trrsaw--Binongthem are Celfj Kip, Seal and'' thick Boots men's Calf, I MofoocOj'TCtp' and thick Shoes Ladies j GatttF and" Morocco Boots, half gaiter. ! kid, calf and kip Shoes, kid, calf and seal Slippers, kid and calf Buskins, Misses' tgoat and seal Shoes and Slippers, Boys' coarse and kip Shoes, Children' seal, morocco, calf and gaiter Shoes, Ac, Ac. all for'nalo cheap by jne3 -i ,' BENNETT A SHEPARD. iMore Soft Hats! C DOZEN Monterey Hats of the softest W kind, just ree'd per Oak, by june3 : BENNETT A SHEPARD. " Whd wants Tar Now ? 1 Bbls. lorth Carolina Tar. iust land- L ej fioui St. Louis Oak, for sale by june3, ,. .; BENNETT A SHEPARD. i .For Family Use. f Bbls. best Cider Vinegar, 5 do. No. i Y) and 2 Mackerel, 10 do N. O and Sugar- bouse Molasses, 10,OiK) Lbs. best Spring River Flour, for sale by B. A S. 1 ; ijitit a iuif...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 17 June 1848

S A T U It DAY M OR N IN G VI SI T 0 It V tod' :., ntovos.tLs. SEALED PROPOSALS tfillbe receiv ed by the undersigned committees, on behair of iho M; Ei GhurcH and Land mark Lodge No, 64, of Free and Accept ed .Masons, until the' 10th day of June, 1848, for the Brick add Carpenter's work (if a house of the following dimensions: 50 feet loftg by S6 feet wide, iwo stories high j the loiwef story to be 14 feet in the clear, and the tipper tory 12 feet in the clear, with eight openrrgs irt e-,ch side. The carpenter's work o be dofte embrn, cea the enclosing of the building. Propo sal will also be received for the founda tion, which is tibe of good limestone rock. The Committees reserve the right of re jecting any bid bicb they may detm too high. Persons desirous of putting in bids can see the jlan'. o'tfd specifications of said work by calling on the committees. E. T. MAJOR, . II. P. WATKIVS, . JNO. A. BLAKEY, ' W. KfLLBUCK, , ,', t. Comm. onpdft of the Lodge, ' , ms. a. brown, B. llLL, ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 24 June 1848

4 r MIT E. CAMERON' & L. J. RITCIIEY. Here shall the Press the People's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, unbrlbedby gain. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS." i0 2l. VOL. IV v.-', 1m CITY OF WARSAW, MISSOURI, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNK 21, is 18. ... , . ,,; zj-Ji r .... , L- Office otrr the STrirg Store, (Entrance most tub Public Square, ) ' 'V.'. ... TERMS: The Saturday Mornin; Visitor is pub lished once a week, ot Two I)oj.i.ahs per annum, payable in advance.. Advertisements will he inserted at $1 per square (of sixteen lines or les) fur the first insertion, and fifty rouls for each con tinuance. For ono sipisrc J! months, ."i Io. for mx months, $3 do lor 1- months, 12 00., ,. 9."" Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions required, will bp continueil until ordered out, and charged accordingly. . A libera! deduction will be made to those who advertise by the year. 'Adverti ser by the year yvill be confined strictly to. their business. ' '5'Candidates announced for$:! fill...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 24 June 1848

( j y 'III i I "I1., i j. S A T U It D A Y MORNING VISITOR. MORNING VISITOR. J5"Tmm- $2 tin ankvh, Cash.TJ citv or ir.f jz&f 11 SATURDAY MORNING, JUNK 24. PREACHING. The following appointment were made for the supply of the Pul,it in this place, at the recent meeting of the Presbytuy of Osage. " June 25 Rev. 1. 13. Ricketts. July 9 Rev. A. Jones. 'July 23-G. A. M. Renshaw. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, GEJi. LEWIS CASS. ' 'Of Michigan. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, GO. WJI.O. BUTLER, Of Kentucky. roR covnnson, A 17STIN A. KING, of Hay. ION 1.IECT. GOYIUNOR, TIIOS. L. PRICE, of Cole. Electors for Piesident and Vice President. 1st Dint.-J.'C. WELBORN, of Pike. 2nd -A. McKINNEY, of Randolph. 3d " E. B. EW1NG, or Ray. 4lh ' G. D. HALL, of Lafayette. 5ih " B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence. 6th ' J. II. RELFE, of Washington. 7th " TRUSTEN POLK, St. Louis. WHIG TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, . FOR COY EH NOP, J AS. S." ROLLINS, of Boone. , FOR L1CCT. GOVERNOR. L. II END RICK, of Greene ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 24 June 1848

SATURDAY MOItNINU VISITOR. Final Settlement. . 1 "Y'OTiGE Is hereby given la all credit JLl or and others interested in the estate of John Dean, dee'd., that at the next Ju ly term of the Benton County Court, we will make application for a final settle ment of our administration of said estate. . ' ' JOHN HOLLOWAY, JACOB II. DEAN, junel7-4t-20 .- , admr's. " 1 6 Lbs. of Sugar for $ 1 1 WE are celling the best quality of Su gar, much better than i ny other store in Warsaw, at the above rate. And fur thermore, we don't put the price down on one article and make it up on others, but sell every thing else in our line as cheap . in proportion as we dj sugar. Don't for get this fact, but come and let us prove it to you. juncl7 BENNETT A SHEPARD. SALT! SALT!! S ALT!'! 1000 SACKS ground alum Salt, very large and full, for sale cheap by 15. &. S. I KRTLAND TOBACCO. 10 boxes of thin popular Tobacco just landed from the "Wave' for naif by j.mei7 . u. & snr.rAiiD. PARASOLS AV E have a s...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 24 June 1848

1 TT SATURDAY MORNING VI SIT OR. lriNDOW GLASS, 8x10,10x12, 10x11 12x1(5, nnd 12x18 just rccM and for sale by may 13 , BROWN & DUNN. Public Sale of Real Estate. "VTOTICE In hereby given thfit in pursu it ance or a Deed of Trust executed by Hobert Frakes and Margaret Frakes, bis wire, on the 23d day of November, 18-16, and by which deed S E quarter of seel ion 31, township 43, of range 21, containing ICO acres also the W half of the S W quarter Of section 2, township 4.'!, range 24, containing 80 acres more or less, and lying and being situated in Henry county, in the State of Mi?sonrl. was conveyed to the undersigned to secure the payment of a certain promissory note, executed by the said Robert Frakes, for the sum of $305, and payable to the undersigned, and due on the25lh day of December, 1817, and in which deed of conveyance it was provid ed that in case the said Robert Frakes, his heirs, executors', or administrators did not well and truly pay the sum of money specified in s...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 1 July 1848

"i.v ,,y Willi Vi T J ; ijr:.no3 vt 9jii !'waVJl.!','XJLvji '' ' Jdi.. ' ' I f'. ! j 1 f ' ' ,' ' 1.", I ( " ' livrt-T - 1 '.' n , , , .. . , h . . .UnawM ty influence, unbribed by gain,., , , U I." , Here shall the press the People's rights maintain, : ... .. ..'".",'( f EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. 7 n o : i )t - i T Hi ,'( yiliili-; , a .!'. 4 ' ;'J -'"I j vnb f 1 r '.,. -,. ;j t'.'is J ; ! a'f' tTiii ' !.' , -si l .' . . m . I i. m,.,i - . ,l, 'I . . : , iVi v. ' (EntRArTct rii0i Tiic'Iioni.ic,SqoB ) lished once a week, at 'T0' Dollars (ifr tni)ufipaja-bje fa fvvance, . H ; j, ..AJ&vsBTiiiamnT yill b inserteil ntl , ee r ' 4ac C(f Wf lines or Ics?) I'rthe ,rt iusertUu,aul Jill,)' ochIk Jor eiwh ron .liinuanoe. ,. t'vrn(r's1intrp 8 pimiths, W -riJo for jix months, $'3 'iio.lor 1 mouths, fil PPt 'Mtin.xf --n' ' : i-' ' ' !&.' S.'V'Advertisettieiitsiiot mnrkert wilh the i nlimltr. of ' innrrtiim required, will lie , toutinued until ordered out,' anil lirfr l i'aeeordiiigly. !)'...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 1 July 1848

'.'.'V'J'.i'g. MORNING VISITOR. JJ-TtllMI $2 Kl ANNUM, CA8J142 SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 1. 17To , "PREACHING. ;:j i - The following appointment were made for the upply of the Pulpit in thin place, at the recent meeting of the Presbytery of Osage.-- - , . Jul 9-Rev. A Jones , ' i Julu nx A. iu. Kensnaw. DEMOCRATIC TICKET, ' s !' . FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. LEWIS CASS. . . , Of Michigan. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, mar WH A IMITM'R U li l , H HI V , UUIUUHj Of Kentucky. ' , Ton GOVERNOR, AUSTIN A. KING, of Ray. THOS. L. PRICE, of Co Eltciors for President and Vice President. 1st Dist.-J. C. WELBORN, of Pike. 2nd " 3d " 4th " 5th " 6th " 7th " ,A. McKINNEY, of Randolph. -E.B. EWING, of Roy. G. D. HALL, of Lafayette. B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence. J. II. RELFE, of Washington. TRUSTEN POLK, St. Louis. WHIG TICKET. Crn Z,lCIi.1RV lVf Vf,Oit, I FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ' ' ' ' ' ' v.. " roii GOVERNOR, J AS; S. ROLLINS, of JJoone. TOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR. L. HENDUICK, of Greene to. Electors for President and Vice Presi...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 1 July 1848

SATURDAY MORNING V I S I T O It. POUND of this com i pany is almost lite I rally a, tulphate of 1 3arsapaniia .do highly concentrated ' is it that the dote it but the half of a ve ry smull tea spoonful, while the doso of that whioh is sold in large bottles nearly a icineiatfuL In addition to Sarsaparilla, It contains a powerful concentration of Mandrake, Queen's Delight, Elder, Yel- low Dockfc Guiacum and other important -medicaments which are nut found in any other preparation. ;.i,The Queen's Delight, which forms an 1 essential ingredient in the Grafenberg t'.SarsapnrfllaGompoimd, is probably supe- - fior to Sarsaparilla itself. Professor Frost, of Charleston, S. C, speaks of it as f j1 lows, in the Southern Journafof Medicine and Pharmacy: "Few vegetable produc- , ; tions exhibit inure power upon tho system - generally.! So powerfully is its action ex erted upon the capillary and secreting ves sels, in changing their morbid, state or con- , ditions and disposing them to a new and...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 1 July 1848

S A T U 11 D A Y M CRN I N G V I S I T 0 II . 1 Ink, quills steel pens, fine ,)eUer ad caprapir slate and reri!i, jimt ree'd. a nil (or ml, low at thfDritf Store, or . mayl3.' O BROWN Jt DUNN. Vaf!fVfftr!P)Vir!l! Safrlngleiipvl tojtighl SuDr. Braqa ' Dr, Bragg storm the Citadel of "At-tW-.irack,'l JctJW WcJSj'4f life o, ft) rawing of blood, and Ujiet the enemy captivt-rrBrcgg' balteryat, Buena Vis j la wot rrmrteffteiive thau B rcgglgrapt' n' AimowH Treaty of prate looked for vhci the enemy cmnes o appreciate his - , defenceless position. : 'TV1 EISELAUJ5,.tiMj;S)rtan kn)g, w-flged ( wf upon the- nocicnt Trojans,. to ,i avenge himself jipon, Priam's son, fir cap Uuing mxI marrying his bra'itif.il lnii li ter, Helen. Mr. Polk undertook to wlii-i Bine millions of Mexicans for the 'glory of - the thtuij and -Dr. .Sappington, reputed "authorof a hook on levers," fathor-in- ,law-of Dr. Price, and. proprietor of an a- gue pill, mounts his eun. and levels them . at Dr.. Brags, because his ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 8 July 1848

r 1 n ?. . 3Uuvni'l Cl bi,iio'' ..' 1211 W AH M ,! '-j a' j Jti' ' fii'i''oMJi'iU,"! : vWaS'.'C lot Ad t-A '.ili;ti"s :Sj J ... I . ' ... I ... . v i V a ' U'tl". ... 1 .- : . -rr. , . ., E, CAMERON &. L. J. RITCHEY.1 W'U . it"' . I .' '1. '...,I,V.V', ' " ' 11 ' '' i vi-v . v v. - t.r: r-"rrrB 1 ... . Ofilct over the Drug Stw, iETAdfc tAom fiii Pontic SquabY) .t.-... . " 5 ' ' v, ,a. a ,TERms The Saturday MoHilnsr Visltnt'ij onc week, t 2Vo Doixahs per anaum, payable fn advance. ., f Aoiti(TttMi:!TirwiU ie insiitcti a,tW first Insertion, and fifty :ent!i fur rnch con ti nuance. For one square- 3 innntlis, ."Sa-1 do for alx months, do for 1-2 imuitlis, 18 00. , , 'jJA3Terti!ements not Vnrkeil with (lie number of -insertion required, w ill bi continued until ordered, out,- and t lmrsd aCcprdiujy.,,i ' . A liberal deduction ill heinade totlioe "bp advertise by theycitr. ' 5Advt rti cr by h. year will 6 confined hlrielly tbcin buliness. WCjIndidateji aiitionnced for$?, 00. . I1' 'F...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 8 July 1848

.1 t I :l i : MORNING VISITOR. f3Ttn $2 r kniiDM, Casn.. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 8 - PREACHING. The following SDDoinlments were mad fnr the supply of the PiiIdII In this place at the fetent meeting of the Presbytery vf July 23G.A. M. Renshaw, . DEMOCRATIC TICXT. . 1 FOR PRESIDENT, CEIUEM'IS tm. Vf Michigan,' ,, FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, m. WH O. BUTLER, Of Kentucky. ,V . ... , rOU COtERNOft, AUSTIN A. KING, of Ray. ' ".' " ro tltUT. COVERKOB, THOS. L, PRICE, of Cote. Electori for President and Vice President. Jet Disl. J. C. WELBORN of Pike. 2nd : A. McKINNEY, of Randolph. 3.1 4 th 5th 5th ?th E.B. EWING, of Ray. (3. D. HALL, of Lafayette. " -B. F. M ASSEY, of Lawrence. ' JYH. RELFE, of Washington. "c TRUSTEN POLK, St. Louis. whig ticket. for president, Gen .If .! TiYI,OR, TOR VICE PRESIDENT, 10H OOVERKoB, J A S; S. ROLLINS, of Boone. ; . 10R LrEOT. OOVER.NOR. L. HENDRICK, of Grcem to. it-.. -- i Electors for President and Vict President. 1st Dit. TJ U ANDERSON.of Marion 2nd " A, LEONARD1,...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 8 July 1848

Kill LI. SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. JtZPtitlily Bulletin, Jh. 6. 1 u i i pom. " V. 4MB.- VV- nany is almost hte- I'-ally-, a sulphals- ot laisaparma. .- ao liehly concentrated is.it that the dose is but the half of a ve- 1 X AS 'NitnfllMnnrul while the doso oi' that which is gold irk laree bottles nearly a terns yfbjiltl. hi Addition to Snrsoparilla, It contains a powerful concentration oi' Mandrake, Queen's Delight, Elder, Yel loW TJockj, Guiacum and other important medicament, which are not found in any ether preparation. , . ... ." The, Queen's Delight, which forms an essential ingredient in the Grajfenbeig Kariaparilla Opnipound, is probably supe rior tSarsapftrilla itself. Professor Frost, of Charleston, . S. C, speaks of it as fjl Iqwijlnjhe Southern, Journal of Medicine and Pharmacy 'f1 Few vegetable produc tions exhibjl more power upon the system generally. So powerfully is its ac,tjoii ex,-., ertfd upon the capillary and secreting ves sels, In changing their morbid state or ...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 8 July 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR, AN AM USING INCIDENT. A few days since, says a St. Louis paper, a man from the Missouri river, having arrived in our city, at once started ofl upon a spree, and in his pere grinations he picked up a com panion, apparently on the same purpose. After warming up pretty freely, the Missouri riv er man started his companion into the Hank of Missouri to ,get two bills changed a $100 and a, $50 in order to have a handy material to carry on the glorification. .The man entrus ted with the bills was not so far gone as to be entirely oblivious, and he , thought, as he entered the door of the bank, that the fact of an entire stranger trust ing him with that amount of mo ney, was rather a suspicious cir cumstance; however, he pre sented the bills; As the teller picked up the small specie sho vel, to lift some of the metallic, he cast a scrutinizing glance at the holder of the bills, and a terrible thought flashed over the latter's mind in a moment; casting the notes upo...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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