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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 15 July 1848

7 BJ B9fSft.t 9HH-v,ji n: ' r5 .il" - :i '" ;: ,.'!rx c' did - . 3 v" Ui ' f i E. CAMEItori & L. J. RITCHEY. ,m. .,. v.!..-: -a .:. - Mere shall the Press the People's rights maintain, Unaw'd liy influence, unbribed by gain. rr.niTORs and proprietors. NO 24. ' VOL. IV i Office ttvrr the Strug Store, (Entrance rsoM the Pontic Square,) ,xjr'.tv-. ' -' ,.:.' . . .-. , . TERMS: "The Saturday Morni n g Visitor is pub lished once a week, at Two LoltAKSper annum, payable In advance. ,t' AovtBTtSEMESTS will be insTtcu1 nt SO per square (of tilt fen linos or loss) for the first insertion, ond fifty ecu's for eech con tinuance. For one scpiaic. ii months, .$.r do for six months, $.S do fur 12 months, f'2 00. ., , .Kl-Adreitispmcnts not. marked with the number of insertions required, will be continued until ordered on-, and charged accordingly. , A libera) deduction will lie made to those who advertise by the year. ' Adverti sers by the year will bo confined strictly to their business. ; 1...

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. — 15 July 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. MORNING VISITOR, Xi- i I - 1 SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 15. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. LEWIS USS. Of Michigan. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, GEN. Will. 0. BUTLER, Of Kentucky. rOB GOVERNOR, AUSTIN A. KING, of Bay. " IO ttEOT. GOVERNOR, TIIOS. L. PRICE, of Cole. Elector! for President and Vict President. 1st Dit.-J. C. WELI50RN, of like 2nd 3d 4th 1 5lh 1 6th 7th 1 A. McKINNEY, of Randolph. E. 11. EWING, of Ray. G. D. HALL, of Lafayette B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence, J. II. RELFE, of Washington TRUSTEN POLK. St. Louis WHIG TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, Gen JMCMMR1' LflXOff, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, .TJX1 RIP FMLIltORE. FOR GOVERNOR, J AS. S. ROLLINS, of Boone ron 11EET. BOTERSOR L. II END HICK, of Greene co Electors fur President and Vice President 1st Diat.T. L. ANDERSON.of Marion 2nd " 3d 4th " 5th " 6th " 7th " A. LEONARD, of Howard. A. W.DONIPHAN, of Clay J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooper CHAS. N. HANDY, of Benton ALVIN COOK, of C. Girardeau URIEL WRIGHT, of St. Louis SPEAKING ...

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. — 15 July 1848

.tan L'-'li.l.'U.ILJL JV..-n SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR, Monthly IStdletin, J. O. THESARSAPA RILLA COM POUND of this com pany is almost lite rally a sulphate of Sarsaparilla. So iiighly concentrated is it that the dose it but the half of a ve ry small lea spoonful, while the dose of that which is sold in large bottles nearly a wine glassful. In addition to Sarsnparilla, it contains a powerful concentration of .Mandrake, (Queen's Jjengiu, Elder, xei low Dock, Gulacum and other important medicaments which are not found in any other preparation. The Queen's Delight, which forms an essential ingredient in the Graifenberg Sarsnparilla Compound, is probably supe rior to Sarsaparillu itself. Professor Frost, or Charleston, S. V., speaks ot tt as i ji lows, in the Southern Journal of Medicine and Pharmacy : " Few vegetable produc tions exhibit mure power upon the system generally. Jso powerfully is its action ex erted upon the capillary and secretins; ves sels, in changing their morbid state ...

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. — 15 July 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. M R. CLAY & TH E GOAT. (JVW Political) In one of our Southern ex changes, we find the following capital story of an old he-goat, "which almost, every body in Washington city remembers as having formerly inhabited Nay lor'a livery, on Pennsylvania Avenue." This animal was probably the most independent citizens of the metropolis. He belonged to no party, though he frequently gave passengers most striking proofs of his ad hesion to the levelling princi ple; for whenever any body stopped in his vicinity, "Billy" was sure to dive at hitn horns and all. The boys keenly rel ished the fun of iniitatin: the old long beard, and frequently so annoyed him that he would "charge bagnet" at lamp posts and trees, to their infinite mer riment and satisfaction. It so chanced that One day the great luminary of the West, Henry Clay, was passing down the Avenue, and seeing the boys intent on wor rying Billy into a fever, stop- (ed, and with his characteristic lumanity, expo...

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. — 22 July 1848

.VtK"s 1 r, .. : i.-.f i- i -.j- ' tv-i "Vl l.J ' !l'tl ; 1 1'. E. CAMERON & L. J. RITCHEY. Vol: iv ' Here shall the Press the People' right maintain. Vnaw'd by influence, unbribed ly gain. KIM 10 US AND PROPRIETORS. avj&r.the ttvitg .N'fwre, (E.tTalXCa' fSOM THE Public Sq't'illC.) I I . - "' "' ' TERMS: i ,Th1S4tyr4n)',Moniinir Visitor is pub , liahed . veekat Two Ijollahs per aapum, paj, VVo jw advance. . sAprrMtf it will he Inserted at $l par annate (of i'ieWefMttiir to) fhTthe first insertion, and filly cents for earn ron- tinuance. . For one sipi a re 3 months, $5 do for-iix months, do for 1 d mouth, $13 00. "T"Advertisement not marked with the hiiittbei1' of 'tmci'tion rcitiii'ti. will he j hopes and aspirations departed like the fontiimed until. ((dcrcd out, mid charged j lleicy clouds of morning belore the rising accordingly.' Mln 1 fltw in his side. 1 entreated, re- 'A liberal dcdurlion will bo maile to those ; nionstraleil end conjured him by all the w-hodrcMlse by...

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. — 22 July 1848

8 A T U R 1) A Y M O II N I N G V I S I T O Ii . MORNING VISITOR, J7TtMi !f 2 rtn ami-m, Cisn.. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 22. . DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, .CBS. LEWIS t US. Of Michigan. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, 6EUUI.0. BUTLER, . . Of Kentucky. ton roVKRSOR, AUSTIN A. KING, of Ray. FOR LICCT. GOVERNOR, TIIOS. L. PIUCE, of Cole. Electors for President and Vice President. 1st Dist.-J. C. WELBORN, of Pike. 2nd " A. McKlNNEY, of Randolph. 3d " E.B. EWING, of Ray. 4th " O. D. HALL, of Lafayette. 5th B. K. MASSEY, of Lawrer.ee. 6th " J. II. RELFE, or Washington. ?th " -TRUSTEN POLK, St. Louis. WHIG TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, Gen Z.1CMM1IY 1YI IXWT, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, .111111 HM9 FMLIjJIOISBI. ,'. OR fjOVSRNoR, ,' , i J AS. S, ROLLINS, of Boone. I'OR HECT. COVEKSOn. I,. IIKNDKICK, of Greene to. llkcfors for President end Vice President. ft Dist.T. L. ANDERSON,of Marion 2nd 3d ' 4t!i ' 5th ; 6th 1 7th ' A. LEONARD, of Howard. A. W. DO NIPIIAN, of Clay. J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooler CHAS. N. HANDY...

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. — 22 July 1848

s a tu it i) Air. mo it Nino v i s i to it . IE SARSAPA- lULLA -COM- "POUND of tins' com .'baay is almost lito rally -it tulphate ol ftrsapariiia, ' bo highly concentrated is it that the rlote in but the half of a re ry mv.U tea spoonful, while tlm dose ol that which tt!M t'ri lurge bottles nearly a trine gkffyfi. (. Jnofjilition tu Sarsopariila. it' contains a powerful concentration of .viannraKetfueeh's uetignt, loiter, lei lov TJOfckj (fuiactltri'and other important meflitameiitswhith an; not round in any other preparafibh. " ' " ' " ,'Tne Qnceh's'DelighL which forin an rwchtftii ihgyediciit in the OrtrTenbera; Sah'flpttrillaiJornpoundJ'iW probably stipe-" riottySarsnparilhi itself.' Professor Frost, of Charleston,' S.C, spraks of it as fal lows,' In the Southern Jonrnatof Medicine nrid' PHarm'acyV" "Few Vegetable produtJ-exhibit-more power upon the system generally." 'So powerfully is its action ex erted upon the capillary and soori'linij ves sels, in chanting their morbid slate...

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. — 22 July 1848

5 r s SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. rL m ?! f i ? 1 : v - -hi. !! i ii i. MILITARY PANDYISM REBUKED. A rotemporary tells the fol-i lowing good anecdote of a 'set ling down which an officer of the "Younited States Awmy" received in his presence. Our writer says : We were travelling awhile since cmone of the Sound boats where we met on deck just af ter breakfast, our old acquaint ance, John Barstow Col. John Barstow, who has bought and sold more horses than any oth er live taan, it is said, in the U. States. While we were ex changing the ustfat salutations of the morning, the sharp tones of the hand biell were heard ringing along the deck, and the almost as sharp voice of the steward was heard crying out "All dem passengis as has not settle defr passage, will plea.se step up to de captin's oflis aud settle." . There were many passengers, and, of course, as usual, a great crowd of peesons were gather ed around the "Captin's offis," each quietly awaiting his turn to pay. Suddenly a tall rob...

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. — 29 July 1848

c 7 4l ; . q flotooll t'l! c.i.' '1 glJ i!l lull (lir.a! d mmm 1 i.l--k.l.lT-f"5 -timiI nl'WI ):: SSWiW " Sets. -dyiitfl nihil lluoi - 4 I . . i ; fTV) Y.(iur ri .-"iM- 1 i It ' ". cf m. C7tMERON; & Lv J. RITCHEY.1 flit U Jo.l It .! ii. !,.. r.1 .; .. . Here shall the Press the People's rights muiatain,! ' tJn'aWd by1 infliie'rtee, unbribed by gain. 4 --v '$ i " . i. 'J I ii . -.a-,SA.:. ....''' . .- ...1 . f.l'l I .. i i i.i... .. m. f S l I IVI f .bMbb. . ' . i . IkV. fe . .Via 'A' V I I IB - B c-fc. fEDlfORS ANb PROPRllhbRS. t,4i "1 tbrUiti'rililx xb e P duo' Sqr a Aii. ) i l'wO." "j- i. . i . , : ."i IUt -f.) .ini llEKMSl '! . ''.tlit Saturilhy Mo'hitn 'yVsHor is jmb fished ortt'f'i week, nt rl'l t lJoLtAtts per snnuin", payable In adeonre. XJSts mtjItMKHTS will Ve hiDcrlr j at $1 irtXiqttay'eYhf i(tni HnH of lc) Torthe i firtt hwwiion.ahci fifty in! foresch on- ttn!jsmCii! !Fornne na'.'.o-S iiioiitlis spa do for .iix months, tloi'urlJ months, 12 00... ... .(.el ?",Adyerticm...

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. — 29 July 1848

V MORNING VISITOR. UTtas $2 re ankdk, Cash.J cri of ir.t jg&iire SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 29. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. LEWIS CASS. ,J 'Of Michigan. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, CBN. WH.O. BDTLER, Of Kentucky. FOB OOVEBHOB, AUSTIN A. KING, of Ray. FOB LIBVT. COVtRHOB, THOS. L. PRICE, of Coh. Electors for President and Vice President. 1st Diit.-J. C. WELBORN, of Pike. 2nd " A. McKINNEY, of Randolph. 3d " E. B. EWING, of Ray. 4th " G. D. HALL, of Lafayette. 5th " B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence. 6lh " J. H. RELFE, of Washington. 7ih " TRUSTEN POLK, St. Louis. V WHIG TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, Ccn MCMMMtl' TAYLOR, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, .mi;Tu:i riJLitioitE. TOM GOVIRNOR, J AS. S. ROLLINS, of Boone. TOR LIEUT. COVEBKOB. L. I1ENDKICK, of Greene co. Electors for President and Vict President. lit Dist, T. L. ANDERSON.of Marion 2nd" A. "LEONARD, of Howard. 8d 4th 5th " 6th " 7th " A. W. DONIPHAN, of Clay. J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooper CHAS. N. HANDY, of Benton. ALV1N COOK, of C. Girardeau. URIEL WR...

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. — 29 July 1848

SA,T5URD AY; .MQllNING VI SIT Oil. OTt RENT! .n fpUe, large) A commodious Tavern stand mti Mansion House, YimiaA i -In Tgd&ti "repair, and from its many conven iences, cannot fail to suit any person wish ing td embark In the business. It is situa ted On the South-west corner of the Pub life Square, in the most imposing and com manding situation in the city. Also, a .large and commodious stable, all of which will be rented on accommodating terms, iid possession given on the 1st of Janua ry neit. . For further particulars, inquire ; ly29-tf 1 ' JAS. H.MILLER. , TlOUility pullelin, .1Y. .'7.' NOW Is the sea-U son for Stomach I & bowel Complaints, it is of unspeakable importance that the ! most reliable prevent lives and remediet be ; brought to public no tire in every section of the country, this Company would cull 'the attention of medical nun, parents, nT'3, nurses, and all others, to their : prepared by a new chemical process, p- - CHILDREN'S PJJV1CE1, ! proved and recommend...

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. — 29 July 1848

"fU p J I I) tr-'-s ' 1 r 'v. ?i ' i ?.- v h V aiUlUUED .liNrj.SMTB or U , TIIIRTEKTIJ. ( ! Old Governor Saltdnstall, of Cbnrtclk4it;vhd' flourished a ! briut rbrty' pa'ri nO, was a man Dfisome humor as Well as per j e'ref aficc, in effecting the emU ,desrq'd, !'Among 1 other ancc doted told of him by the New '.Xft.ridoh people, the place w here i he-resided, was the following: "" Of the! Various Sects that lmve ,tfourisiied-for their day & then ceased to exist, was one known ' as'tfte' Ilogeritcs, so called from their , founder, ,a Tom or John or some othc,r Rogers, who set tled ; not fari -iff out the goodly town aforesaid " - The 'distinguis'iiing tenet of the sect was the, denial of the propriety and scripturality of the form of marriage. "It is not jgood for man' to; be alone." This they believed, and also, that one wife only should' 'cleave to her husband .but. then this should be a matter of agreement merely, and the '.couple .should come together and live as man and wife...

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. — 5 August 1848

As 5V UUd ,1 CAMERON & L. J. RITCIIEY. Here shall the Press the People's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, unbribed by gain. EDITORS' AND PROPRIETORS. VOL; IV Office over the Drug St rt', (Entrance ritoM the Public Square.) , . -a- '-TERMS: ' The Saturday Morning Visitor is pub lished once a week, at Two Doi.lahs per annum, payable in advance. . Advertisements will be inserted at$l per square (of sixteen lines or less) lor the first insertion, and fifty cents for each con tinuance. Tor one sonare 2 months, $3 do for six months, do for 12 months, $12 00. . 'J "J" Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions required, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accordingly. A liberal deduction will be mnde to those who advertise by the year. ! ir' Adverti sers by the yenr will be confined strictly to their business. Candidates announced for $3 00. ' BY t. s. AttTIICR. "I wish yon would cet me some bet water, Aggy," said Mr. Lundy to his wile, who hud been up ha...

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. — 5 August 1848

MORNING VISITOR. J- Tram $2 Pin akhdm, Cash. cFtv or i'tnsnt SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 5. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. LEWIS CASS. Of Michigan. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, GEN. VM.O. BVTLER, Of Kentucky. rOB COVERNOR, AUSTIN A. KING, of Ray, FOR LIEUT. COVERNOR, THOS. L. PRICE, of Cole. Electors fur President and Vice President. 1st Dist.-J. C. WELUORN, of Tike. 2nd " A. McKINNEY, of Randolph. 3d " E. 15. EWING, of Ray. 4lh G. D. HALL, of Lafayette. 5lh " B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence. Glh J. II. RELFE, of Washington. 7ih " TRUSTEN POLK, St. Louis. WHIG TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, . iicn MCtUlllY T1YIjOSS FOR VICE PRESIDENT, " ron oovEnsun, J AS. S. ROLLINS, of Boone. roil LIEUT. GOVERNOR. L. IIENDRICK, of Greene to. Electors for President and Vict President. 1st Dist. T. L. ANDERSON.of Marion 2nd " A. LEONARD, of Howard. 3d " A. W.DONIPHAN, of Clay. 4ih J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooper 5th 6th 7th CHAS. N. HANDY, of Benton. ALVIN COOK, of C. Girardeau. URIEL WRIGHT, of St. Louis. CAMP-MEETINGS. j...

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. — 5 August 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. ilM 11 L " 1 I e.Acommodi nil TttWUrn mnm ' -q wi '" ,i j i . i . ' s Kr pW n ft, tho Mifji"9HC"7ratlSiot ICntis inthciW WWmZ ni. f , TL' fences, cannot fail tn ci;t on ,:!, i .-v... no maul iiiivril thwto embfllfk itfthe business. It is situa ted On the South; west corner of th! Pub-' Jic Square, 1,1 lW most imposing and com manding situatirm in the city. Also, a m? l4"1 coni,no,,iou -1tal)lc,all of which Will be rented on accommodating terms, and post ession given on the 1st of Janua ry next. For further particulars, inquire ju1y29-tf " 1 JAS. II. MILLER. Vonthly Bulletin, Vi?. 7. "VJOWls the sea-1 11 son for Stomach ' A bowel Complaints, i it is of unspeakable ! (importance that llio ' most reliable in-even- I lives and remedies be . brought to public no-; tice in every section of the country, this Coninanv would call the attention of medical nun, parents, nurses, ami all othi ly, tn their a remedy which is unparalleled fur its power over nil His Summer ...

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. — 5 August 1848

SATURDAY MORNING YISITOll. ; A BIT OF HUMOR. We do not relish truth the less for being occasionally spic ed with a little humor. The following extract from the re port of a Committee on Hogs, read before an Agricultural So ciety "down east," contains some excellent hits: "Acain: some folks arnisp 1)igs of being filthy in their ha its, and negligent in their per sonal appearance. But wheth er food is best eaten off, the ground, or from China plates, is, it seems to me, merely a matter of taste and convenience, about which pigs and men may hon estly differ. They ought, then, to be judged charitably. At a ny rate, pigs are not filthy e nough to chew tobacco, nor to poison their breath by drinking whiskey. And as to their per sonal appearance, you don't catch a pig playing the dandy, nor the females among them picking their way up this mud dy village, after a rain, in kid slippers. "Notwithstanding their hete rodox notions, hogs have some excellent traits of character. If one chances to...

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. — 12 August 1848

AlTtiJIEIjDA E. CAMERON & L. J. RITCIIEY. Here ghall the Press tlie People's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, unbribed by gain. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. VOL. IV Office over the Drug Store, (Entrance mom the Public Square.) . ' ' TERMS: " , ' i The Saturday Mornine Visitor is pub- fished once a week, at Two Doixahs per x i.i- -j annum, payaoie in uuvunve. j ADVERTisEMrtiTS will be inserted at 1 per square (of sixteen linss or less)'forthe first iosertion, and fifty c( nts for each con tinuance, for one squar; 3 months, !5 Ho for six months, $8 do for 12 months, $19 00. Advertisements not marked with the fjumber of insertions required, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accordingly. , A liberal deduction will be made to those tyho advertise by the year. ' VAdverti Rers by the year will be confined strictly to their business. l3"Cftiididntcs announced for $3 00. of; Tr.j . 7- : .' THE EVENING HYMN. BY THOMAS .1111.1.1 K, BASKET .MAKER. tlow many days, willi mute ...

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. — 12 August 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. temple, whole ceiling it formed ly oak branches entwined together for eeniurie, Impenetrable to the beams of the un. Darkness lurroundi her the grope her way. Presently hand tcizes her il it Alamir's hand. 'Eunitzah, Iny ipotise, my love, lei us hale to fleet" lie Hfli her upon hii deed, who trem ble! for impatience, mount himself, and toon reaches the mountains which com mand the dwelling!. The spirited burse eemi to have a presentiment of the (lun ger which threatens hi master : though carrying a double load, be speeds, as ne ver before, in hi coure. Eunitzah tw ine her arms around her lover, whose heart palpitates twice at Violently under the darling bandi Since the lovers had determined upon flight, Alamir, under the pretext of hunt ing, had explored the road which lead to the firrt Russian station. lie fuel no anxiety love teems to clear hi path. The while stripe on the sky announce the approaching. Alamir slackens the pace of his stee; he wants to fav...

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. — 12 August 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. sHFWRENT! aLJk ?tiodious Tavern stand v u as me IIVirAOIC tllanftintt MSoilkP in the eitrmfrWo ,..., n-,. . i .me vuj tr Warsaw. This house is in good repair, and from its many conven munoi roil io suit any person wish , tng to embark in the business. It is situa ,, edon the South-west corner of the Pub lic Square, in the most imposing and com manding situation in the city. Also, a -n u"d Comm0(1oi" stable, all of which , will be rented on- accommodatinc terms, . and possession riven on the 1st of Janua ry next. For further particulars, iiiiiuiro opt-. .t:i :.. . .. ' 1 J July29-tf JAS. H. MILLER, j Monthly nutlet in, Jto. 7. TVTOW is the sea i. son for Stomach & bowel Complaints, it is of unspeakable mporlanre that the nost reliable prevrn- 'ives and remedies he brought lo public no tice in every section of the country, this Company would call rne attention ol medical men , parents, nurses, and all others, to their , CHILD REX'S PJX.1CE. 7, a remedy wh...

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. — 12 August 1848

1 fcsr SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. FORTUNE FAVORS THE BRAVE.' ! A'mflitary officer, with whom we have long been intimate, re lates two incidents connected with Croghan's gallant Jefence o! Fort tstevenson one of which- affords a strong positive, the other a still stronger nega " live proof of the above quoted adage. As the British & the Indians, in their previous military ope- i! I I I ..I.I 1 I rations, nauviouieu ineir pieuge and the usage civilized warfare, by wantonly murdering their Erisoners.the members of Crog an's little band (only 100 strong with a single six-pounder, and surrounded by about six bund- dred British troops and twice that number of Indians,) had mutually aureed to stand their grognd to the last, and sell their lives as dearlj' as possible. When all was ready, the Brit ish Commander sent a messen ger, under a flag of truce, to treat for the surrender of the Fort. Croghan, pointing at him as he approached, exclaim ed : "It will not do to let them en ter here a...

Publication Title: Saturday Morning Visitor
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