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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 9 December 1848

. . . i liAy wmm aw : gig WW S. CAMERON & L. J.' RITCIIEY.1 VOL; IV pfllce over the Strug ny (ErTRAHCB FROM THE PllHLlC SQUARE,) i . t TERMS: Tb Saturday fcfpming A'isitor is ..pub I Uhed, once a week, at, Two Dollars per annum, payable n advance. . it Advertisihirts will be inserted atltl per square (of sixteen lines or less) for the first insertion, and fifty cents fur each con timtanoe. For one square 3 months, $6 do for six months, $d do for Id mouths, IS 00. . ...... ! 1 rJAdVertletnenti not marked with the numDei1' of 'insertions required, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accordingly. ' V A liberal deduction will bema:le 1o those who advertise by the year. ' fAdvertl ers by the' year will be confined strictly te their' business. 11 . rl"Candidates announced for $3 00. -'--J, -. 1 ' ; ianrrc.f r. From Neat's Saturday Gazelle. THE WIFE'S APPEAL. " ' , : i B T MACD ICTHERI-ASD. Oh, if tinal leave me here alone! This world wodld chill my heart to , alone j" So ...

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. — 9 December 1848

'.'. -II1 iJ13 j LJ8 S A T U It I) AY MORNING VI 8 IT O II . MORNING VISITOR. JJ-Ttam $2R annum, Cah..J CTl OF ir.ft'&fll SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 8. QUARTERLY MEETING. 23"The first Quarterly Meeting for the Warsaw; Circuk of llie M. E. C, South, vnll'b held In Warsaw THIS DAY, at half past 10 o'clock, in tire Presbyterian iution of ihut diabolical spirit that ischa- compact in word, the w ell being of the community of which we are members, should never cease to be the cherished ob jcot of every American citizen. Resolved, That we view the course of the Northern abolitionists with feelings of oisgnsi, oeiieving as we do that their zeal tor the negro is produced by the want of proSer respect for their own race ; and. in our opinion, if successful, will lcaxl to a dissolution of our Union; and that the time has now come when it becomes the duty of the slavehohlinlr States to resist. by any means in their power, the dissem- Church. More Screws Loose, We have failed to receive any St....

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. — 9 December 1848

f . DR. WiSTAQfe.DALSAM , OF WlLp CHEllilY. COUNTERFEITS. ' Albemarle Co., Va. . JlareA 21, 1847. Mr Seth W. Fowle Dear Sir: I take Pleasure in stating to yon my experience n the use of Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. I own a very valuable negro girl, who was attacked with a difficulty of the lungs, which brought her in appear fence to the brink of the grave. 1 consul X ted some of our best physicians, who pro nounced her case incurable, or that they could do no more for her. I tried many remedies but none did a.ny good. I saw some account of Wistar's balsam, and thought I would try it, but had little faith in it- I procured a bottle, which was ad ministered according to directions, and I saw she began to mend ; and before the first bottle was gone she was up, I pro cured a second bottle, and she tuck that, and now she is, I think, cured, or nearly so. She attends to her daily labor, and i hear no complaints from her. f ,' i . R. L. JEFFERSON. Consumptive Patients! Will plpase read ...

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. — 9 December 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. From the Si. Louis Reveille. '11848. "THE FIRST FAMILIES." The following story is not bad, though it be at the expense of the first families a flash term, which the wits of the South and Southwest have be stowed upon Virginians, who have migrated thither, in conse- rquence of the too ridiculous de pqrtment of too many of them. ., An Illinois Sucker took a ' great dislike to a foolish young; . Virginian who, a few week since was fellow passenger with him on one of our steamboats. The Virginian was continually comb ing his hair, brushing his coat, or dusting his boots to all of which movements the Sucker took exceptions, as being what he termed a icetle too ' darned ;iiice by half.' He finally drew up his. chair beside the . .Virgin ian, and began- VVriar. might you be from, stranger ?' . ; 1 'I am from Virginia, sir, po litely answered the gent. 'From old Virginny, I 'spose?' , says the Sucker. ' Yes, sir, old Virginia ,' was the reply. , 'Vou are pooty high...

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. — 16 December 1848

I y 'i i :. f, , I .'u.iyln , . j t .' ,.r 3 hi ,y i. j'-' V:S 1o i: 11:1 "'I'll- Iiidrt I TODS mm. . Mi . ' , tMUkW III. J fci - ' ' . . . , .. ; . , , . . . ... --J i ; J, E. CA5IER0N fc.L. J. RITCHEY. " ..' Here shall the Tress the People' rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, unbribed by gain. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. ' ;.;ui,. .1 ; L, ; : : - --(- VOL. IV. - ' '. CITY OF WARSAW, MISSOURI, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1348. NO 46. ' Offiffinvertfittf Drug Storey (Entbakce, tbom the Public SquAfte.) TERMS? ;; The Saturday Morning Visitor is pub llsheilbncea week,at Two Dollars per Annum, payable in advavce. .., , J 'Advertjsemests will he inserted at?;! per square (of sixteen lines or less) for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each con. ti"tianee. ' Fovonc square 3 months, $.1 do fornix months, $8 do for 12 months, $12 00." : "' Advertisements not marked with the humber':'of insertions required, will be continued uttil ordered out, and charged accordingly. ( ! , A liber...

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. — 16 December 1848

m-. :.i.iJ -l- SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. MORNING VISITOR. JJ-Ttmi $2 n axhcm, Cah.-E cirr of ir.iji&gm 1 SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 16. j President's Masage.Wt have receiv ed (hit document, but owing to itt great length,; we must lny it over until our next, when we will preient our reader vith the most interesting portion of it. We (hell be able to t'urni.h many of our reader! with a comjlete copy of it, by mean of our exchange. To Administrators, Sic. A it U but a few week until the regular term of the County Court comet on, administrator and other having buinea to transact, which requires previous advertising, are hereby informed that it must be handed in within the next two weeks, in order to be disposed of at the ensuing January ses sion. All interested w ill think of this matter in time. CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL. We understand that it is intended by the Ladies of the Presbyterian Church to hold a Festival for the purpose of raising means to defray the balance due for plas tering, for...

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. — 16 December 1848

js : iff u SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. .NOTICE. I PETITION will be present latjf ) : d to the Legislature of Mis . , . , souri, at the session commenc ing on the 5th December, 1848, to change the linet dividing the oountie. of Cedar , and St. Clair, so as to include in St. Clair county, all of the following townships, to wit: Township No. 36 of Range No. 28, township No. 36 of Range No. 27, Town ship No. 36 of Range No. 26. Dec. 2, 1843-31, Dry Goods cheaper than ever! NOTWITHSTANDING the extraordi nary large sale of Dry Goods we have made the prcseut season, we have yet on hand a large stock which we are selling at prices which astonish every per son who examines our Goods There arc yet many bargains remaining, which can ' be obtained by calling at our well known ' cheap establishment. B. A SHEPARD. JLPACA We have tho best stock of this article ever brought to Warsaw, which we are selling cheaper than our brethren in Boonville or St. Louis. So say those who have examined both markets...

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. — 16 December 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. ;i 'VALLEY rAnimsn. , ' HVrn "the cotnhiencment of the Xew lear, theundersigiicd w i!) issue a month ly publication with'tho nbovo title, to bo devoted to the interests of that portion of the community engaged in AcricI'i.turf.: embracing in It scope all flint pertains to the Plantation, the Faria and the Gar- fen. ' The importance or St. Louis, in a c.om .mercial view is, admitted by every .one. Here the farmer and the merchant loo! for the market for the nroduee of the conntrv. as well a for, merchandise. ' Hence, this ( cuy is me centre wnence emanates intelli ''gence to the surrounding country. This, then, Is the aimrom-iate nlace for the tmh- j.lication of a journal devoted trf the inter ests or those engaged in thatn ihlcst of nil pursuits the cultivation of t!ic soil ; for at no other point can the editor so efleetu- ( ' ally hold intercourse with the fanners, and learn their wants, wishes, and opinions, or o readily distribute bis publication thro' ...

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. — 23 December 1848

.11 jn i .;i;' Mn.i .-.!;, , ! ., ,i 'If MIT Cameron & l. j. ritchey. Here shall the Tress the People's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, unbribed by gain. f EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. ..: VOL. IV Wt .lice over the Drug Store, ataaircB raoM the Public Ssiuabi. TERMS: The Saturday Mornintr Visitor ii tub liahed once a week, at Two DollAiis per annum, payable in advance. .. Advektiscments will be inserted at $1 per Vjoare (of tixleen line or less) fur the first insertion, and fifty cents for encfi con tinuance. Forono square 3 months, $5 do for iK months, $3 do for 12 mouths, Advertisements not marked with the number" of insertions required, will be fcontlnned until ordered out, and charged accordingly. '.' A liberal deduction will be made to those who advertise by the year. ; i Adverti sers by the year will be confined strictly to inetr ousiness. ' i6andidates announced for $3 00. : By Telegraph for the St. Louis Union. 1, FtUtfW-Cifiztm of tht Senate, '-' ' ''and 'Home of Itep...

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. — 23 December 1848

0 A. j ' I u i l i ? i,a . m ma. .'j ..Tj-j ajjLL1 J-i -ij l js. .m.. i11" ir-ja.,' m jm -j"!.1 it; ; j -"'a; ad: SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. conform and tubmit to it for the short in tervening period before Congress altera ble, end could legislate on the subject. The viewi entertained by the Execu tive on thin point ere contained iri a com munication nf IhVSecreUryJof Stale, da ted on the 7th of October last, which wai forwarded for publication in New Mexi co, a oopy ot which ii herewith transmit ted. The small military force of the reg lar army which was sarving within the limits of the acquired. territories at the close of the war, remained in them, and additional forces have been ordered there for (he protection of the inhabitant, and to preserve and secure the rights and in terests 4 the United State. MORNING VISITOrT JJ"TbMS $2 FE AN.1UM, CASH.J CMTV OF IIYf JC&f II SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 23. ' ', Christmas. Monday next is Christmas, arid as it is etistomary lor all branches...

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. — 23 December 1848

mSLummmtn rlf JL-wn-i-.. .j,i) . jii, nil" s A TURD AY MORNING VISITOR. .i ft y v.. Final Settlement. i ALL persons interested in tbe estate of Samuel Pippin, dee'd late of Ben ton oountv, arc hereby notified that the un dersigned will apply at the next January term of the county court for said county, for a final settlement of his administra tion of said estate. , ' JAS. II.' LA, Tub. Adra'r. decl6-4t-4C Final Settlement. "V"OTICE is hereby given to all credit ors and others interested in the estate of John Waters, dee'd., that at the next January term of the Benton County Court, X will make application for a final settle ment of my administration of said estate. JAS. II. LAY, Pub admr. . dec!6-4t-46 11 ' ' t : Final Settlement. ILL persons interested in the estate of Jl of Benjamin Osborne, dr c'd., late of Kenton county, are hereby notified mat tne Undersigned ill apply at the next Janua ty.termof the County Court for said county, for a final settlement of his admin istration of ...

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. — 23 December 1848

?.cO' V ' - . . .Ji..i J ! 1 ' L. H AIL... SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. Ttlii I1 VMJUUMA ttilMlliiUm t,i H'ith the commencment of (he New Year, the undersigned will issue a nrotith- i . ly publication with the above title, to be devoted to tm Interests of that portion of t the community enframed in Aoricl-Lture: .embracing in its scope all flifcl pertains . to the Plantation, the Farm and Hie Oar- Jen. !;..'.. ,. i The importance of St. Louis, in a com mercial view is admitted by every one. Here the farmer and tho merchant bolt for the market for the produce of the country, as well as for merchandise. Heme, this , city in the centre whence emanate intelli gence to the surrounding country. This, then, is the appropriate place for the pub lication of a journal devoted to the inter- ests of those engaged in that noblest of all pursuits the ciiltivaiion of the soil j for at no other point can the editor so effectu ally hold intercourse with the farmers, and . learn their wanfs, wishes, and...

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. — 30 December 1848

imaiv . y:- rare 4l w i -J T A ' : '7 tiftfll.ll .)l f, i .''.!ir, hi i .itffl , -xaoiv r i.v r. ..'I., l'l ,, . wtqvL urn ijl ZtMftfrbK H RlTCHEtlj St.iii hi" "hi Vm -uvVOLi-IVf.. ..hvl'. ' I :l-w Ifc If rug Store, l;.(Ers,cs.,rao&t tbi Poi.io SicARE.) 'U Hill 1 l -.:' 11-, ' . . uii .i.i... , . .TERMS' Tka UturUv Mrtrnlntr- Itrftof Is uo "lithed 6hee a week, at Two DoLtAAsper kprtfir, payable in advance. I. .li.Ab'vrEiiTifltMEHTS will be inserted at$l ' per uar (of tixen lines or less) for the flfit lDeftlon,and fifty cent far each coti' tiouance rf,orono nquare 3 rnonths, $5, .'flo for rnonthn, $3 io for 12 monthsj (,fa..O0,.., ,,. I , , . , 'j(iii.r"Adrertiienients not marked with the dumber ' of insertion required, will be continued until ordered out, and charged .accrdingly. 9 .:,,.., , i., ; A liberal-deduction will be made to those '-who' advertise by the year. ; J I" Adverti ser by the year will be confined strictly their knns 1 1 ' a .'Ca'ndldate'ic announced for $3 00...

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. — 30 December 1848

V I 1 SATURDAY. MORNING VISITOR. - i : II' I I . Final Settlement. ALL person interested In the estate of 9amuel Pippin, dee'd late of Ben ton county, are hereby notified that the un dersigned will apply at the next January termor the county court for said county, for a final settlement of hti administra tion of said estate. JAS. II. LAY, Pub. Adm'r. deel6-4t-46 . ( i n:Final Settlement.; i i "VT OTIC E i hereby given to all credit il ors and others interested in the estate of Job Waters, dec'd., that at the next January term of the BeutonCounty Court, I tt mak application for a final settle Si itiejit ( my administratm of said estate. . i JAS. H. LAY, Pub admr. dee!6-4t-4 ; " " ; , t.flLnl Til I X ill I uILu..JiL.J..4-l 'tt , persons, interested In the estate 'of . jl of .Benfiunin Osborne, dee'd., late of M. II III KJkHVIIH,IIVl V Benton fount v. art hereby notified that the p Undersigned will appl the next Jamia-- " y term r the bounty uoiiit mr saio. eounry, for a final settleme...

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. — 6 January 1849

l -. . t :. ' .'.. i - , : ".). '' -.'I . V . ;. i , , i .11 i .A 'I ' . ' . ;r' 1 ele i' 'i' A '$T'it f v - - r 4 r : V; j-v E. CAMERON & L. ItlTCHEY, Here shall the Press the People's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, unbribed by gain. (EDITORS AND PROPRIETOR.,! VOL. IV. WARSAW, MISSOURI, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6, 1849. no,; ' . iawv . . C 'F Office over the Mtrue Store, (EftTaanci from Main Street.) TERMS i . ' The Saturday Morning Visitor is pub iiihed once a week at $2 00 per aniuitn, isyable in advance. ' ' , AitvtrfiitwenU will be inserted at $1 per -.equare ef 13 tixttin lines or less) fur tlie first insertion, and fifty cent for each con : tSnuance. For one square 3 months $5 ., do for six months, $3 lo for 12 months, .'$12 00. An additional numbcrof squares . in the same proportion. " 'WAdvertisements not marked with the " number of insertions required, will be con tinued until ordered out, and charged nc- eordingly. No deviation from this rule. A liberal deduct...

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. — 6 January 1849

it ! i i i i i ? 1 , not with to ell it. I he msir then offered n ounce and half, when Capt. Weber kad to take it. The price, of nil tiling re high, and yet . Indian, who before hardly knew What bre cch cloth a, ran now afford to buy themselves fau,if dress . ' The country on either tide or Weber's Creek ia much broken up by hills, and in iaterieutedio every direct inn by .mall tream or ravine. MhicTf contain more or lea fold-ThoeMlit'hai been worked re barely, tcratched ; and, although thou nd. of ouncea have been carried away, I do-not consider thai a serious impression h. been njmle, upon the whole. Every ,dy was developing new. and richer de Oiites and the only impression seemed .to be tjiat the metal would be found in suoh t buiidanc. as seriously to depreciate in altie.' '.., ' . .., .Before leaving fuller's I satisfied my (elflhat gold existed fn tire bed of the J-'eniher river, in the Yubuh and Bear, and .lo many of the small streams that lie be tween the latter and the . Am...

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. — 6 January 1849

1 SAT CRD A T 1 M O It N I N G VI SIT OR. Uia(Or'reit7 Ccr-n Vataiicii, Veqem-, .B1f"nm,15'v i fcr J, 1848. "' ' ' 1 v j'TlW1 r " "i ' ' ' " .jJACOB CAfirTt, an Adm'r. of the es- ,It of Henry Carpenter, dee'd., and a w then Plaintiff,, v!f" T f "a , ' ' : , Tra PABFEirrsit, &, others Defend' ts. 1llHt 'iid ftttripiainants hiving this day 1 Cled the bill in Chancery against the 'ty'4e)ci1ant, and also n "affidavit, .phowinjf that the said Peter Carpenter is fc WWresldent of tho Strit6 of Missouri, "'and that the residence ef other defendants ' it unknown to said complainant. :ni Therefore, it is ordered that said Peter ' Carpenter, John Robinson and Susan his '.'WifeVMaxneld jfluntor, Stfrah Atkinson, Samuel Few ell and Mary Ann his wife, '"be notified that said Jacob Carpenter, as administrator of the estate of said Henry Carpenter; dee'd., Cavin Carpenter, Sam i pi Carpenter, and others, heirs and dij X. tributecs of the estate of said Henry Car renter, deC'd., have this day fi...

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. — 6 January 1849

) y -ix! a-ii.jL.uj;. : ha; j jj0-tif5 laj'i-i .- I LJ ..... t" SAT U 11 D AY MO ItNING V I SIT O It. . f ! . i v i! u " " V '". . Tit ii . . ji ith we commencment 01 tne Hew . Year, the ui1lrFirit u i 1 1 mmK. ir il . ft ... i, , y publication with the above title, to be k devoted to the loterests of that portion of the community engaged in Aoricclture: , , embracing in It scope tt that pertains , , to the Plantation, the Farm and the Gar . den. .v . The importance of St. Loiiis, In a com , , tnercia) view is admitted by every One. If ere the farmer and the merchant look for i the market for the produce of the country, 1 R well as for merchandise. Hence, this .. city ii the centre whence emanates intelli r gence to the nut-rounding country This, p then, is the appropriate place for the pub , licatinn of a journal devoted to the inter .. . ests of those engaged in that finblest of all pursuits the cultivation of the soil; for at no other point can the editor so cfTectu , i ally hold...

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. — 13 January 1849

Uflaiii)AQr QTdDm , LiilA'. ...i ... vug ;:;iAirtEfcoN k' j. ritchey, j VOL iVi OKI ft. we?., the Drug Store, ' (ETic raoM Mito Street.) v , ',.., . . i.. TERMS: t . ' . -' The Saturday Morning Visitor is pub .jUhed enee a week at 52 00 per annum, yeyeble in. advance. H Advertisements will be inserted at $1 per rure l' 16 tix teen lines or less) for the .first Insertion, and fifty cent for each con .tinuanee; For one square 3 months $5 lo for six months, $3 do for 12 months, JUS 00. An additional number of squares n the same proportion. KJ Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions required, will be con tinued until ordered out, and chained ac cordingly. No deviation from this rule. A liberal deduction will be made to those who edveitise by the year. S Adverti sers by the year will be confined strictly to thir business. ; tVCandidatrs announced for $3 00. Original Communication. - For the Visitor. TEARS. ','Lortnxot hast thou even weighed a sight Or studied the philosop...

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. — 13 January 1849

i i iT'i'Ti-ft i SATURDAY; MOItNING VISITOR. -v.; 10 MORNING VISITOR. J3" TtmMi $2 rta AxicoM, Caii.I SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 13. By Telegraph for the St. Louis Union. FOREIGN .NEWS. Highly Important Jrom Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE Z2UHOPA. Th Wiatuca continues pretty much it it hat f ijererallweeks past, or pef- haps we ought to say it is a little more so, It is row; about six weeks tinea the first big rain' and' sleet, and (he luce or nature har been erersince cmefid wilhra sheet it ice, mikfrtg it wroewhal dangerous to 'go abou jn'ich,( On Ttaifsiluy night it Commenced thawing, and yesterday it raiit- ed.'snd thawed ell day, and until a lute tio'uf In the fcight, when it began to sleet, ritms(rnornin'fhere is a new covering o snow (not on the ground, but) on the ice, with decided symptoms or growing ! jrei worse, before it eis any nciieri-;. U l-lr. ' " ! ' ' l! 'T$jh.Tbe Pork business lill continues active at' this point, and our dealers are Crowded' daily: Whh hogs slaughtered by Im...

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