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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Saturday morning visitor. — 19 August 1848

( 7 (ii o! . . i v. mi .i .-dv ' E. CAMERON & L. J. RITCIIEY. Here shall the Press the People's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, unbribed by gain. f EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. .9 VOL. IV ( I T (Kllcc over the Drug Store, (E.tTHAitct mom the Public Square,) . , .... . ' TERMS: The Saturday Morning Visitor is pub lished once a week, at Two Doi.t.Aits per annum, payable in advance. ., A d ve rtisemen ts will bo inserted at 1 Jier square (of tixtcrn lines or less) lor the irst insertion, and fifty cents for each con ttriunrree'. " r'oronc square 3 months, !W do for aix months, $8 do for 12 months. $12 00. -t" Advertisements notinarlied with the number, of insertions required, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accordingly. A liberal deduction will be made to those who advertise by the year. 2"Adverti sers by the year will be confined strictly to their business. '.Candidates announced for $3 00. imrmm mi immn ii.iw m i.bimiiiii mmmnmaMmrim p o e: nv.i is. V''." .Air-...

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. — 19 August 1848

MORNING VISITOR. J3Tti $2 rem aknvm, Caiii.B SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 19. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, CEN. LEWIS CASS. Of Michigan. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. GEN. WM.O. BUTLER, Of Kentucky. Electors for President and Vice President. 1st Dist.J. C. WELBORN of Pike. 2nd A. McKINNEY, of Randolph. 3d 4th 5th 6th 7th E.B. E W ING, of Ray. G. D. HALL, of Lafayette. B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence. J. H. RELFE, of Washington. TRUSTEN POLK, St. Louis. WHIG TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, am MCiMRY r.nxoff, FOR VICE PR ESI DENT, Electors for President mid Vice President. lt Dt. T. L. ANDERSON,of Marion 2nd " 3d " 4th 5th " 6th ' 7th " A. LEONARD, of Howard. A. W; DONIPHAN, or Clay. J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooper CIIAS. N. HANDY, of Benton. ALVIN COOK, of C. Girardeau. URIEL WRIGHT, of St. Louis. JS"Rev. Messrs. WEEDEN & RAY, of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, will hold protracted meeting in this place, embracing tne 2d Saturday and Sabbath in September next, augl9 CAMP-MEETINGS. JB"There will be a Camp-...

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. — 19 August 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. ' vVm Final Settlement. ALlpfciMni interred in tha estate of of Hirttm .Ki-DUlon, deo'd., late of Benton county, are hereby .notified that . the undersigned will apply at the next Oc tober term of the . County Court for (aid , County, for a Bnal lettlcment of his admin- titration of said estate. THOMAS DILLON, Adra'r. ugl9-4U29 , Final Settlement. , NOTICE it hereby Riven to all creditdrs il and others interested iu the estate ctf wuiiam Simpson, dee'd, that at the next October term of the Benton county court, ' I will make application for a final settle tnent of, mj' administration of said estate. s JOHN TINDLE, Adm'f. hugl9-4t-29 Final Settlement. NOTICE is hereby given to all credit ors and others interested in the estate of Sophia Baldwin, dee'd., that at the next uctober term or the Uentnn County Court, I will make application for a final settle ment of my administration of said estate. . '. SARDIS D. BALDWIN, ' augl!Mt-29 ; ' , . admr. 1 , i At jour, ...

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. — 19 August 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. I TESTING A LOVliK. The Parisians have had new doctrines preached lo ihem, of late, and their first curiosity, naturally enough, is to see how they will act upon matters of love. We translate a paragraph headed "A True jDernocrat," and showing the operation of pepublican principles upon an ardent lover: In one of those paradises of 1itve, silk, gilding, and tapestry, which, with so much genius, are created by architects, upholster ers, and writers of romances at that hour of tender melan choly when the veiled lamp throws only silvery rays over curtains and costly exotics a couple, beautiful as Komeo and Juliet, recommenced, for one tmie more, the saying over, a mid tighs and murmurs, their adorable nothings-at-all. "It is true, then," said Juliet, passing her fingers, blue veins and all, thiouglrthe blond curls of the young, "it is indeed true that nothing on earth could make you' cease to love me?" "Oh thrice oh, ao!" cried the youth, with a trembling voic...

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. — 2 September 1848

f v.' ( - a nn ttt rm AH ! E. CAMERON & L. J. RIT CHEY. 1 1 f ? ' i I f Here shall the Press the People's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, unbribed by gain. f EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. VOL. IV CITY OF WARSAW, MISSOURI, SATURDAY MORMNG, .SEPTEMBER 2, 1818. NO 31. vrrif-r . -..- ,!.:) !, .'; : , -M l ( '' j . It J..dl ,slx. t io : .. ; ' -7f;iT ,i :. . , . DD I. HI t. Office over the Drug Store, (Ektsaxce rnoM the Public Svaiik,) .. ' ..." . .TERMS: The Saturday Morning Visitor is pub lished onee a week, at Two Dollars per JODum, payable in advance. , Y Advibtisiments will be inverted at$l per square (of tiiteen lines or less) Tor the brut insertion, and hlty cents for each con tinuance. For one square 3 months, $5 do for Ax months, $ti do for 12 months, $12 00. ''8"T"1 Advertisements not marked with the "luimber of insertions-required, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accordingly. - A liberal deduction will be made (o those who advertise by the year. ' Adverti...

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. — 2 September 1848

as- .'-i-LL'J'j; I. ruiiln li ons SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. MORNING VISITOR. JTtMI -$2 PtR A.NNUM, CaH.J citv or tr.ins.tm SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 2. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. .. Jt'QR PRESIDCNT, 6EM. LEVIS C1SS. i . Of Michigan. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, .. CBN. VM.O.BBTLBB, " ,. ' Of Kentucky. Electors for President and Vict President. 1st Dist. J. C. AVELIiORN of Pike A. McKINNEY, of Randolph. E.R EWING, of Ray. G. D. HALL, of Lnfayelle. -II. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence. J. H. RELFE, of Washington. TRl'STEN POLK, St. Louis. ,. VviJICi TICKET. 2nd " 3d " 4th 5th " Gth " 7ih FOR PRESIDENT, 4im Z.ICII.IUY T.I Yl.OCt, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, . wx,,. in 19 riLF..ios:s:. Electors for Prexidtnt and I "ict President. 1st Dist. T. L. ANDERSON,of Marion 2nd A. LEONARD, of Howard. 3J ',' A. W. DONIPHAN, of Clay. 4lh " -J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooper 5th " CIIAS. N. HANDY, of llenton. 6lh ' ALVIN COOK, of C. Girardeau. 7th ' URIEL WRIGHT, of St. Louis. GnA.iu Ma Meetiko i Greene. Next Wednesday week ii the day fixed...

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. — 2 September 1848

HU ii.D i 'TM ftllN. IN G I.SliT.OJi. I! "JggJ?.? Uve' du A V 1 r. . . : : " .iftW.-F.flAfli(,f'cftn;;'e,rortliB i ourfl'ioTj f.vrt anil Aeue. Out of his -tn& vvTnbiF, Hhti TiopAelor thallcnges jpi'vauee a single failure in -iKifiMH0)1'!1 when taken pursuant ' to directions. - :j ttT get the pekwlnei purchase from the -fgeflt'JriJV.' BRtrtVN & DUNN. n.'tm n,l. ,1. -jVr .. H , THE AGE OF IMPROVEMENT. ; s One of the most! important' discoveries of the ape, in ameliorating the crm'jUibn of thislarii class of SufferiW humanity ' ebnsiimptives is Dr. , Wistar's Balsam of ), ,iif Vfierry. W'Imt time establishes and consecrates what experience adopts and , fc6tifirm--vhat aft men in all places unite Tnsatyrhfr is eood.'is so no doubt. Fonu- laHty of this sort force in sociely its roots f dpep, and so strong-, that title cannot destroy it. The success whichlias atten ded' fhis nicdi'ctric iii the cure of Coughs, Colds, Astluiia,JBroiicliitis, Consumption and Liver 'Complaint, for se...

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. — 2 September 1848

. 4 in ,c,t-i SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. DRUGSTORE! The largest most complete yet. Nprfng Miirpiienfor 1 84N. fE ere now receiving direct from f T Philadelphia, a complete assortment Of FRESH A PURE DRUGS MEDI- CINES,&e.y which will render Mir stock the largest and most complete ever bro't to the South-west. We tindcroor thanks to Physicians and Merc hunts for (heir for mer patronage, and respectfully solicit a continuance of it, and (lint of many new ones. We invite the Physicians of Souh Went Missouri, who hate not laid in their Spring supplies, to give us a call and ex amine our stork and prices ; we arc con fident they will be plcaSed with both. Our stock consists in part of the follow- rugs and Medicines. 150 oi. Sillph. Quinine, 90 lbs Calomel, American and English, SO do Blue Mass 40 do siits Nitre dulci's, 25 do Soua Ammonia, 40 Lbs powdered Rhubarb, 60 do Cream 1 artary 40 do Bi carb. Soda, 35 do Tartaric Acid, 200 do Epsom Salts, 1 J 5 do Carb A- calc Magnesia 60 do flo...

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. — 9 September 1848

7 f - I r. V nj f ii - j 1 , ni liy.'iTnn'.t -- loify i , m!t ,'J i;l n.-i t ym.-...i oilt lmtnt'ii r.jvoff tun . iMir-ih'ilr f j fi Jul 0(1)ol IivJiirCSs, w a !- mm m f a m w ' r - .BBBBBcaw m av If -V !!. HI H1i!i VI ij il l fllif. li. il'ml i ) i i. . QffUe-v'er Ihto Mfrus Store . (EsritiHcf FRoii the Pdblic SdUX,) .1-My SJil ,7i-'"C'i, ' -!:' k The Saturday Morning isitar is pubr iisheince w?ek',!atl TWo' DotLAs per ammipybla:ll a'ivbnet. ApTsTWEtfHT8i,Yi )" inserted at$l per square (or 'tixtten llnfs or less) for the first insertion, and fifty cents for enclr emw tinnauoe 'orunp.siiyare 3 nionths,'$5 do for '3'ix months, $0 do for Ji2 months, .fAdertiscnientBnot warked with the nipnVer. oijjjnscrfijnTequii'ed, ill be co'ntiniled.un'tir ordered odt, and charged acorfrfaiilg-lyP'''' .-'v0-?i- A literal ileductinn will be made to those who .advortise.hy the year.: VfAdverti sers by the Venr 'will be cOnfihcd strictly to-thir busiijes.fViV. i i; !0 ' t-"CaiididaJLeapnoiinf ed for $...

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 September 1848

SATURDAY HORSING VISITOR. MORNING VISITOR. city or ir.t iifiki m SATt'ltDAY MORNING, SEPT. 9. fcEMOCftATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. LEWIS CASS. Of Atiekiftm. FOR VICE-PRESIDENt. GEN, WI,0, BIITLER, Of Keniiithj. Electors for President and Vice Pttfldent. 1st Dirt. J. C. WELI30RN of me.. 2nd " A. MoKINNEY, of Randolph. 3d." -?. K. E WING, of Raj. 4th U. It. ftAht,- of LnfayclTtf. 5th B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence. '".J. U. TttLfZ, of Washington. Ttli " -tMStt.fi FOtfc, St. Louis. , . ! , .WHIG TICKET.- .;"'' FOR PRESIDENT, Celt agt'MCiMIW T.f I'JErCrify , FOW VICE-PRESIDENT, ',WIJLXntth FMLMnllOlW FAcctora for President M1 Pice lesiditnt. It Dist. T. L. ANDERSON.of Marion 2nd " A". 'LEONARD, of IloWard. 3d 4th " 5th ' Gth 7ih " A-. W.DONIPHAN, of Clay. J. ffi. RllCH ARDSOS, of Cooper CHAS. N. IIANDV, of tferitdn. A LVltf COOK, of C. Girardeau. UR1KIL WRIGHT, of St. Louis. SONS OF TEMPERANCE. On Wednesday evening lust, Hon. Jho. F. Rjland Visited this place.with a view tif opening a di...

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 September 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. Thus beupdityvei-ohl may they live, ftThe jolemn Vows ' , JjTMt made, litem man mul ' . May, tended Jocund joy divine, .... A''low;fr Hyoten'i throne, Aha'iWistflyjiliea'fisenialbeani, 1 ,Atlese-A; veddedovz. f "; ";v.. Wy,r,ayi af hppt and tranquil peace o E'er, guide their wandering feet And solace givei that they make , "Tbelfc'ubtrbd. journey sweet.' 1'kI I .'ul 7. ' r: -tr - ' .-.n-.i,;-i!l'.Tlrrf, .... . counfv. on Tups. Jay, iveningi ult., by Hosea Powers, E(iq kJr.lItsHY C. Cabpekter to Miss AMAnDA ;AtoA eldest daughter of I UK" ,uvv P"ces uaiwiu aeiy any and icWktbn, Esq., all of this county. ( ALL CO MPETrTION. The Prnf?J'.were rernembered, and ; ,, 1 am determined to supply every fJeun thejhappy couple have our wannest wish- ,rv Merchant, and also all Retail custom etfor their future prosperity and happi- ersh'ltC"e to thw market With tho ready - ...i' . . - cf .1 have but the price down so low .. r. y iney a.ways ,ooK upon U.e unny side of the p...

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 September 1848

S A TUltD AY MOIt N I N G VI SIT Oil DRUG STORE I' The largest most ,toinplcle ycl. itrfn MippUcwfor ISi).; "ll'E fcr now ; receiving . direct from f v Philadelphia, a complete assortment of FRESH A PURE DRUGS, MEDI CINES, &.c.y which will render our stork llie largest and rhttst complete ever bro't to the South-west. Wc tenderour thanks to Physicians and Merchants for tlicir for mer patronage1, and respectfully solicit a continuance of it, 'and that of tunny new ones. We ftivite the Physicians of South West Missouri, who have not laid in their Spring supplies, to gftd Us a call and ex amine our stock and prices ; we are con fident they will be pleased with both. Our stock consists in pari of the follow ing -. . .1 rtigs and Medicines. 150 oz. Stlrph. Quinine, 60 lbs Calomel, American anil English, 20 do Blue Mass 40 do spts Nitre dtilcis, 25 do Aqua Ammonia, 40 Lbs powdered Rhubarb, 50 do Cream Tartar, 40 do Bi eaTb. Soda, 25 do Tartaric Acid, 200 do Epsom Salts, 15 do Garb A c...

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 September 1848

. . .jfjjJiijaijj -i m ; j ; J -l ' '..;r: "! ' I '.M'l DSIIDaW tnsifsoi. ;a tl E. CAMEKlON 6. L. J. RITCHEY. 7T .plllcfoptr the if rug Store, . (f;TAsc &tnt the Public Shuaks,) TERMS: . ' I The,. 5atury Morning Visitor in pub lishJioTiee i tvpckftt Two Do-m-ahs per anntifn&yvbte injinc. t . ' . ! . AnftTlUir.sTi will be in5Crted fttjl pWhkrriP stlM line or less) forthe first iMpi4$'f n iwl fty, t!entR for eatih cpu '" tlnuance. J-or yic square 3 months, $5 do for jlx months, for 12 months, fia QOi i.;lii'll!t . ' i .,!tAAyertisernijt.-,!pot; marked with the .number of insertions required, will be 'tontintfh oiliff bi-dcrcd out, and charged accordingly. . ;- A liberal deduction will be made to those who advertise by the yeah ' J" Adverti sers by the year will be confined strictly to thcurioe&. 1 i;':i i . f.Cfch iirJateii mmoilueed for $3 00. tii -juii; to .wriTHisrfiuiii has , ; ? TAUGHIV ! .4:. : . T- t V; 11 r cnAIILES SWAIN. Time'to me ttiic triiih I'iu fanght, (Ti a...

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 September 1848

emw mjLwui.ui-u'Hi SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. MORNING VISITOR. CTl OF IT.f J SUi II SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 16. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, GEi. LEWIS CASS. Of Michigan. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, GEN, W1I1.0. BUTLER, Of Kentucky. Electors for President and Vict President. lat Dint. J. C. WELBORN of Pike. 2nd A. McKIXKEY, of Randolph. 3d " E. B. EVVING, of Ray. 4th " G. D. HALL, of Lafayette. 5lh " IV. V. MASSEY.of Lawrence. 6th " J. H. RELFE.of Washington. 1th TRl'STEN POLK, St. Louis. VHIG TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Electors for President and Vict President, lit Dint. T. L. ANDERSON.of Marion Jnd " 3d " 4th " 5th 6th 7th A. LEONARD, of Howard. A, VV. DONIPHAN, of Clay. J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooper CH'AS. N. HANDY, of Benton. ALVIN COOK, of C. Girardeau URIEL- WRIGHT, of St. Louis. PREACHING NOTICE. Our reader will bear in mind that a t wo day' meeting under the control of the M. E. Church, South, commences THIS DAY at half past 1 0 o'clock, in the Court house. Several...

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 September 1848

v .. S A fVU RD A T M 0 It NING VISITOR. tS God having wme yen ego made profession" 'it ilai rliion which it able to . fakj iwiy "OiTetibg 'of death. Majr her i ker Td compardv in little ones, to geihe with her numerous relatives meet tier la 4 bMfhte-r Imabettefworld than this. ..lilJ lll. 'Iinij.ii oi (..' -.n.viiii , i j In thij city on yesterday evening, af ter a lingering illness of several months; Mn; CESiStA tt.aged46 years, consort , cf Mr. John M'. Staley,, .'. The deceased was oh of the earliest! . resident of this place j and by her afiable 1 and familiar, intercourse, in society, had won the universal esteem of our commu nity. Asa wife,' she was devoted and confiding as a tnothef, lender and afiec- . tionatc as a mistress, lynd and humane r- a neighbor she wa! benevolent and kind. To say tha sh. was an example In all the Tarion relation of life, worthy of imitation by all, is saying but little for the many virtues which she exhibited in her life. She had been, for a numb...

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 September 1848

SATURDAY MORNING VIS IT OR. DRUG STORE! The largest most complete yet. Sarins SiipplifN lor I f E ntiw receiving direct frohi ft Philadelphia, a complete assbrlment Of FRESH A PUKE DRUGS, MEDI CINES, Stc, whieh will render oiir stock the largest and most complete ever bro't tothe South-west. Wetendcronrthanks to Physicians and Merchants for their for mer patronage, and respectfully solicit a continuance of it, and that of many new one. We Invite the Physicians of South West Missouri, who have not laid in their Spring supplies, to give us a call and ex amine our stock and prices ; we are con fident they will be pleased with both. Our stock consists! in part of the follow- rttgs and Medicines. 150 ot. Sulph. Quinine, 5(1 lbs Calomel, American and English, 20 do Blue Mass 40 do spts Nitre dulcis, 25 do Aqnft Ammonia, 40 Lbs powdered Rhubarb, 50 do Cream Tartar, 40 do Bi carb. Soda, 25 do Tartaric Acid, 200 do Epsom Salfs, 15 do Carb it calc. Magnesia 60 do flour Sulphur, 60 Kails. Cast...

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 September 1848

1:1 .: T -,TIJ4I..' " : . " ,) . 'r ; Fm TTT TTD TTF A TO- il' .1 n;. E. CAMERON & L. J. RITCHEY. Here shall tlie Press the People's right maintain, : Unaw'd by influence, uhbribed by gain. f EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. VQL.1V CITY OF WARSAW, MISSOURI, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1849. 'NO. 34. r.-.v.n-.-i .'i t . mrDiB Office btwr the if rug Store, (E.1T1USCE TROM THS PUBLIC So.UAK, -( , . . TERMS: i The Saturday Morning Visitor is pub lished, once a week, at Two Dollars per annum, payable in advance, f Advertisements will be inserted at $1 jer square (of sixteen lines or less) forthe first Insertion, and fifty cento for each con tinuance. For out! square 3 months, $5 do fornix months, $8 do for 12 months, 12 00. . PPT Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions required, will be continued, until ordered out, and charged accbi'Jiugly , ' k liberal deduction will be made to those who advertise by the year. : fAlrerti ier Vr; tl) year will be confuied strictly to the...

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 September 1848

. i. . 1-IIL'J MORNING VISITOR, 'fiS"Ttltl (2t SS.SIM, CaSH..J CITY OF IV. I UK I m I SAT VRDAY MORNING, SEPT . 23. DEMOCRATIC TICKET, 'TOR PRESIDENT, CEili. LEWIS flSS, Of flJichifitn. " TOR ViCE-PRESiDF.NT, .VM.GVBBTLEH, Of Kentucky, Elector for President and Vict President. lat Dist.-J. C. WELBORN of Pike. 2rid A. McKINNEY, of Randolph. 3d ' E. B. EVVING, of Ray, ' 4th " (i, T). HALL, of Lafayette. Cth B. K. MASSEY, or Lawrence. fl!h ; J. ft. R.ELFE, of. Washington. ?th " TIU'STEN POLK, St. Louis. VYHIG TICKET. , , . FOR PRESIDENT, , Cert 'AH ll.lilV T.tY&Oili 1 v FO-R VICE PRESIDENT, Electors1 fof President and t'ict PmiJcnf. ; 1st Dist. T. h. ANDERSON.of Marion 2nd A. LEONARD. nf I toward. 3d " -iAf. W. DOfsJPJIAN, of Clay. 4th i. C RICHARDSON, cf Cooper 5th " CIIAS. N. TlANDY, of Eenton. 6t!i " A LVIN COOK, of C. Girardeau, fill " URIEL WRIGHT, of St. Louis. J3"The newspaper mail due here yes terday" Worning, failed, and consequently, w e are deprived of any late and impor...

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 September 1848

t - .; SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR. Tanrmgthe months iif July, August and September, to- kimach A bowel com- ; lUiirU ravage many lortharrs nl' the cotin- ry. One third of all the deaths during; irmi, iicrxfu win ua the result bf these 1 difficulties. I For Children, (he Grsofcnberg Children! i Panada Will prbveaa Infallible prevent-1 4? and cure.' - - . 4 : V .J..,. rt ; . j .. j n. . . forms ofj Diarrhrea, Dysentary, Bloody ' Flux and the like, the ; Gva:fenberg D YS .SKTARY SYKUP itetinMy infallible. ! Thei tables of mortality, in the city of J York during the vbek ending the 15th inst., show that out of 281 deaths, ()G were caused by the above disorders I The same ratio will elsewhere appear. .'..Itt Feversj Fever and Ague, A the like, lh celebrated Grsfenberg Vegetable Fills -and Iholth Hitters are the ordy-reliable medicines, and they should be procured without a moment's delay. The Orafeu- berg Sarsnparilla Compound is taking the lead of all others, and contains double the numbe...

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 September 1848

S A TU R D A Y M 0RX1XG VISITOR. J I ! i i DRUG STORE! 7c largest most complete yet. fepring Wupplic for I 84 S. "llf E' fcre now receiving direct from f T Philadelphia, a complete assortment Of FRESH A PURE DRUGS, MEDI CINES, tie., which will render our Mock thelarne.it and most complete evef bro't tothe SoUth-west. We tender our thanks to Physieians and Merchants frtr their for mer patronage, and respectfully solicit n continuance of it, und thnt of ninny new one. We invite the Physicians of Sou'.h Wont Missouri, who have not laid in their Spring supplies, to give us a call and ex amine our stock and price ; we are con fident they will be pleased with both. Our stock consists in part of the follow- rugs and Medicines. 150 oi. Sulph. Quinine, 50 lbs Calomel, American and English, 20 do Blue Mass 40 do spts Nitre duleis, 25 do Aqua Ammonia, 40 Lb powdered Rhubarb, 60 do Cream Tartar, 40 do Ri carh. Soda, 25 do Tartaric Acid, 200 do Epsom Salts, 15 do Carb A calc Magnesia 60 do (lour...

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