Newspaper Page Text
WHO WILL VOTE FOR TAYLOR.
All who wish bh improvement in the fi
nancial nd business condition of the coun
try. All who wish to have property stand at
ii fair value, and labor receive ita just re
compense All men who lelievo that tho condiiion
of our working men has been better than
that of tlio working men of Europe, and
who wish to have it remain so.
All such men as prefer tho interests of
the people to the office-holders.
All who rre willing to try the experi
ment of a change of rulers, and are not so
bound by the shackles of party as to be
afraid to do so.
All who are in favor of the improvement
of our rivers and harbors.
WHO WILL VOTE FOR CASS.
All who wish to havo properly of every
description reduced to one-half or two
thirds of its former value.
All who wish to ace the prico of labor
reduced to a level with that paid in Europe.
All who wish for the destruction of the
credit system, the poor man's sheet anchor.
All such as prefer the interests of the
office-holders to the interests of the people.
All who are in favor of the destruction
of millions of dollars worth of property
and the loss of many lives on our lakes and
rivers for the want of proper improve
ment. lCrThe Circuit Court of Saline county
commenced ita session on Monday. Most
of tho cases taken there by change of ve
nue, were continued the local docket
being sufficient to consume the time al
lowed for the sitting of the Court.
Mr. Leonard addressed the Pcnplo on
Monday, in behalf of Gen. Taylor, and
was replied to by a gentleman from Boon
ville, by the name of Ward.
DCTMlow disappointed were the locos
at the result of the Whig meeting at Fay.
ctle. Little thought they, that with a fe.v
day's notice, there would ba such an ingath
ering of the Whigs as would put evrn
their State Mass Meeting to tho blush, as to
numbers, orators and enthusiasm. One
was a meeting of the people tho other of
the office holders. The Whigs had no U.
8. Senators, no Congressmen, no Generals,
on pay, no Land officers, no Bank officers,
no Slate officers but they had the People
--the sovereigns the bone and sinew of
the country. Reader, did you ever notice
tho difference between a meeting of the
People and the Office holders? There is
a great difference as much as there is be
tween a sleek, fat, fawning, grinning office
holder, and a blunt, hard-fisted working
man. Such were tho two meetings re
cently held at Fayette.
Will our friends in tho adjoining coun
ties forward us the result of the election,
ns soon as known? We will esteem it an
Believe no reports circulated on the eve
of the election. Listen to nothing sny
nothing do nothing, but go to the Polls
andvotefor TAYLOR, FILLMORE and
Sad Mistake! The L-icofoco Commit
tee of office holders at Washington, who
have charge of tho "document!"," commit
ted a sad blunder with the Southern life of
Cass, by sending them to a strong Abolition
(section in Pennsylvania! Tho Cassites
tried to laugh it down as a whig trick, but
they were unable satisfactorily to account
for the documents being 'ranked by Loco
foco Senators and Congressmen I
l'oor Cassites ! to what desperate expe
dients aro they driven ! How (heir own
iniquities weigh them down I
"Odd Feliiws' Offkuino, for 184.9."
An elegantly bound book, handsomely il
luitratcil, suitable for presents. A few
copies for sale at the Post-Office, Glasgow;
tlfol.wiA At fl!rfK'a 1 1 nril c V i ! In, nnA flf
- Snelson's Drug Store, Fayette.
POPULATION OF THE DIFFERENT
TOWNS IN HOWARD COUNTY.
Messrs. Green & Shirley: 'Below you
will filid the population of each town in
the county, to wilt
Glasgow. 1 ' 059
New Franklin, i 829
Old Franklin, (old boundary) - 120
Hoanoke, all that part in 11. 10
The above may be relied on as 'correct;
il is impossible for us to give you the whole
county for this paper.
N. G. ELLIOTT,
For Circuit Attorney 2d Judicial Circuit.
CHAS. H. HARDIN, of Calloway.
LEWIS W. ROBINSON, of Boone.
ROBERT T. PRE WITT, of Howard.
(TrNotice to the Public Persons wanting gen
rinVpopular Family Medicines, are advised logo
to Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine Store, corner of
. 7 ' ..j ni,:.n.. .irMiv. St. Louis. Mo., where
.1... ... find almost every Popular Family Medi
. !- ...:toA in the United States
cine mat i" himiv.- - .,
wholesale and retail, at the cheapest rates; or call
. " ". n. Wm H Sue son. Fayette, who
CiO IIIP Item, '
keep' them for sale. ,
QZrUeaH hit adrtrtistwenls in another co.usin.
Omcf Glasgow Weikly Times,
Kovember 2, 1648.
iUARkt. W have ne change to make in
our figures tbii week. Business continues active.
the river has risen since our last, and Is now in
tolerable boating order. Weather very cOol and
We continue to quote
BACON Bides, - . 8 toSje.
Hamt, . 2 to 3 s.
Shoulders, 2 to 2 Jo.
FLAX SEED, . . BOc.
DRY HIDES, ... 6c.
FEATHERS, .... 25e.
TALLOW, .... 7c.
BUTTER 8 to 10c.
EGGS, (srarce) . 5 lo Oc.
DRIED APPLES, -10 to 75c.
SUGAR 6 to 7c.
COFFEE, .... 8 "91c.
SALT, G. A. - . - $2 25 per sack.
' L. B. . . 2 50,
" Ka. (reweighed.) 50c. per bushel.
WHISKEY, Cin. Itect., - 25c.
" St. Louis inferior, 22c.
IRON, Com. Bar, a. 4jc.
" Sligo, " . . '. Sjc.
St. Lours, Oct. 2S, 1 r. m.
Wealher unsettled, and but little boing. Re
ceipts brisk. No sales of Hemp or Lead. Of To
bacco, 8 hhd s sold at the Planters' Warehouse, as
follows: 1 hhd Ru fused at &2 25, 1 at 3 50, 1 at
3 60; I hhd Passed at 3 05, 1 at 4 45, 1 at 3 SO,
1 at 4 30 per 1 00 lbs. Of Flout, some 2000 bbls
was offering, but the on ly sales effected were 100
bbls Tully and lOObbls Buena Vista at 4 13, and
150 bbls Family at 4 25c. A very heavy stock of
Wheat was at the landing, but the bad state of
the weather prevented much being done; sales re
ported exhibit a decline of from 3 to 3c per bush
el, as follows: 1S1 sacks mixed at 62c; 85 sacks
at 65c; 105 and 250 sacks fair at 70V; 280 sacks
prime at 75c, and 380 stacks at 78c, tacks returned
Millers were the only purchasers and at noon 75a
86c were the highest figures offered for prime
sample. Corn, 430 sacks at 25c, delivered on
board; sales of two small lots Oatt at 21c, sacks
New Orleans, Oct. 26.
This morning Illinois flour went down to $4 75,
but again rallied, and in the afternoon sold for
$4 80. Sales of pure yellow corn, in shipping
orJer, at 5Qc.
New York. Oct. 2s, 12 r.
Flour Sales of Genes.,o Flour at $5 435 50;
of Wtstern do at $5 35a5 39 J per bbl .There i s
a targe demand for shipment, and the market is
firm, with an upward tendency.
Wheal The market is firm, but not active;
sales of prime white Wheat at $1 26 per bushel;
of Ohio Wheat at $1 18 per buhe).
Corn There is more doing in Corn, and the
market has an upward tendency; sales of prime
wlnte at boctot mixed Corn at 69c; of prime yel-
ow uorn at 71 073c.
Pork The sales are to a fair extent, end the
market is a little better: sales of nrime Pork at
$8 62 J ; of No. 1 mess Pork at $13 37Jal2 50.
i.ara c-aiesni Lard in bbls at 7Jc per lb.
Cotton The market is as last quoted.
Tobacco Sales of Maryland Tobacco at 7 50
Cincinnati. Oct. 28, 12 m.
Flout, A3 811: Whiskev. lfc: Bacon. Sides
3J. Shoulders 3c per lb.
MARRIED Last evening, by Wm. M. With-
ers, J. P., Mr. LEWIS HEETHER, of this
place, to Miss CATHARINE ARTAIAN. of Ran
August 3d, by Joseph Oliver. Elder. Mr.
THEOPHILUS SEARS to Miss MARY JANE
CAVINS.allof Randolph County.
Uctober ltr, by the same, Mr. BENJAMIN
POLSON to Miss PARLEY P1PPS. all of
Uctober W.h; by the same, Mr. LEONARD
I . BKA ULLY , of Schuyler county, to Miss EL
bANUK G. UWISNg, of Randolph county.
DIED On the 20lh ult., in Randolph countv.
at the residence of her grand mother. Mrs. Jane
Cockerill, VIRGINIA ANN, youngest daughter
of Charles II. Barron, Esq., of this olace.
happy transit ! Ere sin could contami
nate, or the cares and troubles of this world blighi
the opening bud. it has been transplanted to the
ihores of Eden, there to bloom ia endless summer!
Weep not for her, but rather rejoice that the will
of her Divine Parent has thus early called her to a
place in the Mansions of Bliss. ,
Monthly Bulletin No. 0.
1HE position of the
Grgjfenberg Co.npany in its
relation to the health of the
community is n ivv fully es-
'ablislied: and thea lmirable
series of Grafenbeeg Med
icines are everywhere ta
king the lead 'if all others.
In numerous portions of the
country the Medical Facul
ty adopt these medicines in
their practice, satisfied, from ample tests, th-t by
their use they ran more eertainiy combat DIS-
KASK, IN ALL, ITS rUKAIS. And not only do
Physicians sanction and encourage their use, but
the ULhttGY, or every denomination, a itect their
wonderful efficacy; and in numerous ways roc-
mend them to the people 01 their charge. 1 lit
EQAL PROFESSION testify to the same thine,
in short, the public at large hail the introduction
of these medicines as a public blessing.
There are over TEN THOUSAND AGENCIES
of the Company in the United States, which are
not only profitable to the agents, but 01 vast bene
fit to the inhabitants. There should not be a sin-
ale town, village, or hamlet, without its Grcfen-
berg Depot; and if this Bulletin is read where
there is no agency, application shou Id be made Tor
Certificates, almost without number, are on hie
at the office of the Company, testifying to cures uf
the most astonishing kind; many or which have
been duly examined by the following distinguished
gentlemen: Rev. N. Bangs, D. D.. Francis Hall
Esq.. Ex-Mayor Brady, all of New York.
The power Of the Uraefenberit Medicines over
all bilious complaints, no mailer what their form
or severity, is a matter of profound astonishment.
Let all, therefore, who are thus smicted, and who
would c lea me the system, resort at once to the eel
ebrated GRAEFfiNBERO VEGETABLE PILLS
AND HEALTH BITTERS. At all events let
them call at some one of the agents and got a
pamphlet gratis, which will ruliy explain the whole
The General Agent fur Missouri, and South
part of Illinois, is E. K. WOODWARD, St
Louis, to whom applications Mr agencies may
EDWARD BARTON, Secretary.
New York, September. 184.
Sub-agent, Wtl. R. SSklSon, Fayetfe,
John If. Ferry,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant,
T7"EEPS conslsntly oa hand a full supply of
IV Iresh groceries, liquors, sc. c.
Full Proof Whiskey.
FTWE subscribers are sole aoents. In tnia nlr
A for the sale of all the WHISKEY manufac
tured by Loorea at Sons, The stock from which
u nquor ia manuiactured will be at all times
pure the proof full and it is intended to give
ontire satisfaction to consumers. There will al
ways be a large quantity on hand, and the sales
win do by I ho barrel, only fur cash at twenty
cents per gallon, throughout the winter.
man us, birch ward.
Fayette, Nov. 2. 1"49.
riiuiicM nml Flowers.
i.KY superior Plumes and Flowers, for sole
v by HUGHES, U1UCH & WARD.
Fayette, Nov. 2, 1848.
Fine Mea OtllliJftpii.
rpWO DOZEN, extra fine, for sale by
J HUGHES, BIRCH WARD.
Fayette. Nov. 2. HH.
20 hhds prime sugar
50 sacks coffee
300 sacks salt
10 boxes double refined loaf sugar
Sugar House Molasses, Tanners Oil, Ate. ,
HUGHES, BIRCH WARD.
jayette, Nov. 2. 184.
Iron and Steel.
WTE have on hand, a full stock of all sizes Of
v T Iron end uteri, at the lowest rates.
HUGHES, BIRCH fr WARD.
Fayette. Nov. 2. 1818.
Dr. John M. Ilronaiiifh.
HAVING permanently located in Glasgow, res
pectfully offers his professional tervices to
the citizens of the city and vicinity.
umce in the Jjrujf Store or Digges &. Horsley
uiasgow, nov. z
LEATHER. A small lot of kip skins, upper,
sole, harness and bridle leather, for sale low,
to close consignment. nov2 JNO. D. PERRY.
LOUGHS' 24 Jewet Ploughs, just ree'd and
for sale by nov2 JNO. D. PERRY.
OARDS. 3000 three foot 00k boards, for sale
oy nova JNO. D.PERRY.
W. B. TAI.LV. A. r. HAN.NA
TALLY & HANNA.
COMMERCE ST., GLASGOW, MO.
WILL make1 to order, in the neatest and most fash
ionable style, Snd from the best materials, all
kinds of FURNITURE.
Particular altentidit paid to 'haking COFFINS.
(K7-AII kinds of Country produce taken in pay
Fall and Whiie (Roods.
f"M!E subscribers have received and opened a
J. large and beautiful assortment of Fall and
Winter Goods. Thev now offer for sale; on the
most reasonable terms.
Blue, black, green and brown Cloths
Black, fancy and buckskin CasimereS
15 pieces Sutinetts and Kentucky Jeans
13 " Red and white Flannels
120 pairs negro, Mackinaw and bed Blankets
30 " Blue, drab, brown and Cadet Blan
kets, for Overcoats
29 pieces Mouselin de Lane and Cashmeres,
various styles and qualities
7 do French Merinos
0 do Alpaca English Merino
7 do Heavy Tweed Casiinere
190 do Calico
29 do Ginghams
15 do Vestings, satin and worsted
Canton Flannell and Plaid Linsey
New style Silk for ladies' dresses
Capes, collars, ribbons
Thread and lislo lace
Edgings, gimps, fringes
Shawls, hdkfs, worsted and silk hose
100 pieces 7-8, 4-4, 5-4 and 6-4 brown cotton
fcO do 3-4, 7-8, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4 bleached
shirtings and sheetings
100 do 3-4 and 4-4 Osnaburgs
HATS AND CAPS.
13 doz Fur, Seal, Cloth and Slick Caps
4 doz Mexican Hats
8 doz Wool do
7 doz Fur and Moleskin Hats
BOOTS AND SHOES.
33 pairs Calf and seal Boots
36 do kip do
84 do brogan do
250 do brogan Shoes
100 do kip do
75 do Women's Buskins
44 do Ladies' Gaiters
60 do do kid slippers
60 do do calf and morocco boots
40 do do walking shoes
200 do AlWse and children's shoes
A L S O
A targe supply of Quet ma-are, Harditare, and va
rious other articles nut necessary 10 enumerate.
We invite our friehds and the public lo call and
examine our slock, as we are determined to sell
cheap. SAVAGE &. CO.
Glasgow, Uctober M. 114.
LBS of large HOGS, well
fattened, wanted by
SAVAGE & CO.
Glasgow, Oct. 20
PRODUCE WANTED. We ut, to purchase
for which the highest price will be given.
tilagow.Uct Wo. HA VAGti i;o.
NOTICE ishemby given that the undersigned
has obtained from the Clerk of the County
Court of Saline County, letters of admin-
stralion on the estate of Elizabeth Doak,
deceased, bearing date October 13th, 1948.
All persons indebted to said estate, are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
liiims atrninst it, to present then, properly au
thenticated, within one year from the date of said
letters, or thev may be precluded from having any
benefit of said estate, and if not presented within
three years, they will be forever barred.
II. HA tin IS, Administrator.
October 26. 1848 34w3
IVTOTlCE is hereby given that the undersigued
will bddIv at the November term (fourth
Monday) of the Randolph County Court, fur a final
settlement or bis laiuinttfalfun on the estate ot J
B. Green, deceased.. . ,., , ,
CASWELL WISDOM, Administrator.
October 26. 1848. 34w4
IVTOTlCE is hereby ijiven, that the undersigned
11 will apply at the November Term (Fourth
Monday) of the Randolph County Court, for a final
settlement of their administration on the estate of
Janres Means, deceased.
JOSEPH MURPHY, t
October 20,' 1849. '.14 w4
aVIiinl Mr rtlraitciaf :
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned,
surviving pdrlner of the firm of Childs &
Head, will apply at the November Term (Fourth
Monday) of the Randolph County Court, third day
or said term, tor a tinal settlement or the partner
..LI r , m ; j .s r
nip anairs or mu iirm.
WALTER G. CHILES, Administrator.
1 October 36, 19t9 w3
Autumn and Winter ttoods.
BOON, TALBOT & SMITH.
HAVING commenced receiving their extensive
and valuable stork for tho present snd ap
proaching tea sons, respectfully Invite the attention
of purchasers lo nno of the largest, and in sll res
pects most desirable, assorinents of goods ever
brought to this county, comprising every variety of
FACY if STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, China, Glass and Queensicare,
Hardware and Cutlery. Iron, Mails, Castings,
FAMILY GROCERIES, dec. &c.
Determined to transact a permanent business, on
an extensive acale, and do our part towards ma
king Fayetto a point of attraction to purchasers,
we will at all times be prepared to meet the wants
of the country, by having our shelves and wore
houses fully supplied with the most desirable styles
and qualities of goods which manufacturers and
importers can furnish. Our purchases are, and
will continue to be made, on the best terms, and
combining all the advantages which any house in
this or neighboring towns enjoy. We assure old
and netv customers, that our prices will in all cases
be as low as (he very lowest, our stock equal to the
best, and our uniform principles of business such
as tb ihsure the permanent satisfaction and increa
sing confidence of customers.
Our friends and the public will please favor os
with an examination of our goods and prices.
BOON. TALBOT fr SMITH.
Fayette; September 23d; 1848.
IV Fi XV F Aiil, (.OODS.
GREENBAUM., FISTE &. CO .
j. ...FAYETTE MISSOURI,
RESPECTFULLY ihTorlh their old friends
and customers, and the bublic generally, that
they have received and now offer Tor sale, one of
the most extensive sleeks of sedsohabla irdods
ever brought to this market all of which have
tieen purchased in the eastern cities, by one of the
firm, on terms which warrant them in savina thev
can and will Sell as cheap as any house in this
section of country. Their Goods are all new. of
the laiest styles, and were purchased expressly to
meet the wants of the country. Their stock em
braces, Clo'.hs, of the finest quality
Satinets and Jeans.
Domettics, bleached and brown.
Boots, shoes, hats and caps.
Calicoes, all kinds, very low, die die ,
LADIES DRESS GOODS.
Their siock is full, embracins all new sivles.
together with suitable trimmings, to which the at
tention of the ladies is particularly invited.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
The largest and finest s'ock of ready made cloth
ing ever brought to the country, embracing everv
article of gentlemen's wear. Full suits sold at
astonishingly low prices. Particular attention is
colled to this part or their stock.
Also, a full supply of
Family Groceries,' Cutlery, Kails, Spun Cot
ton, IJve stuff's. &c. &e.
Together wilh every article usually called for,
which we pledge Ourselves to sell as cheop as can
be had in any other place or store, this side of St.
l,ouis. we respectfully solicit a call, to the end
that Our gouds may be seen and prices know n.
After seeing the one snd knowing the other, sales
GREENEBAUM, FISTE dr CO.
Fayette, October 5, 194S.
K i: II 11 I. .
HERE ara several vacancies in my School,
which may be filled by application to me.
will also receive iti my family three or four boar
ders, on accommodating term's.
October 12, 1949 32tf
l''lkll Klin nml llnata
4 RRIVF.n nor alnnup t,A ,Kil
Ihp mil nilfHntMrr.r. Ht Rn.tnn .ml I !n. IVfnu.
sachuselts, 25 cases Boots and ShoeS, of superior
uaiuy, ana siricuy adopted lor the winter season,
hose wishinrr to ourchase for ihemsnk-ea or u-r.
vants, will please call on me.
ocus vn Ao. ts. t Ai.L,bNSTIN.
Dr. Wistar's ICalsam or Wild
TAc Great Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
ana au uiseases oj nie Lungs.
OLD VIRGINIA AGAIN.
Albermarle Co. Va., March 21st, 1947.
Mr. Seth W. Fowle Dear Sir. I take pleas
ure in stating to you my experience in the ue of
Wistar s Balsam of Wild Cherry. I own a very
valuable negro girl, who was attacked with a diffi
culty of the lungs, which brought her in appcar-
nne to the brink of the grave. I consulted some
of our best Physicians, who pronounced her case
ncurable, or that they could do no more for her.
I tried many remedies hut none did her any ?ood.
I saw some account of Witlar's Balsam, and
thought I would try it, but had little faith in it
t procured a bottle, which was administered ac
cording to directions, and saw she began to mend;
and neiore the lust Dome was gone she was up.
I procured a oecond and he took that, and now she
is I think, cured, or nearly so. She attends to her
daily labor, and I hear no complaint from her.
K. L. JEFFERSON.
Coniumpfve Patients! Will please read the
following note from the Harrison Gazette The
ncreduloUs are invited to read the following note
from Rev. Mr. Coldron, whose character for truth
nd veracity is above suspicion, and hare their
doubts dispelled as to the superiority of Wistar's
Balsam or Wild Cherry, over all otl.er remedies
now before the public of the same character:
Lory Hon, lau., Jan. 24, 134?.
It is no less a duty than a pleasure to state, for
the benefit of the afflicted, that I consider Wistar's
Balsam of Wild Cherry, a great blessing to the
human race. Having tried it in a case of severe
affliction of the lungs. I unhesitatingly recommend
it to those Himnariy amicieo, as the best remedy I
hava ever tried, and one Which cured me when
physicians said I must die) ahrl when I thought
myself that my time to depart Was near at hand.
(trCAUTioM TO all. The genuine Wistar's
Balaam is enveloped in a fine white steel engraved
wrapper, wun ine names or nenry wistar, il. U.
and Sanford fc Park thereon. Without both these
signatures, it it positively counterfeit. Do not
Orders for the true medicine may be addressed
to H. BLAKSLLV &. Co, south-west corner
Third and Chenut streets, St. Louis. It is sold
also by DR. SNELSON, Fayette,
n. tS. A. JUHNSUN, Brunswick.
At. A LONE A GARTH, Huotaville.
October 20, 1949.
(7-It always cures--t)r. Osgood's Indian Chot-
agogue. now astonishing is 11 tho suffering in
valid win use palliative only, with a view to resto
ration of health, while lihgerinfi Out weeks and
even months, with that distressing, loathsome dis
ease, Fever and Agde, when by the Use of a kin
gle bottle of the Chulagogue, not only the disease
ilseli, out ine cause winch produced It, Is com
pletely eradicated. Itusuldbv
Dr llendt'rson, Ulasaow; N. it A. Johnson
. , Casting;'
i full assortment, all sizes and shapes, odd
tl. lids, Arc. for sate at Carroll's Corner,
FRESH FAMILY FLOUR.-A supply always
00 band, and for sale by
SAT AGE CO.
Glasgow, October 0, 1848.
171 LOUR. 10). bbls extra family flour, just from
the mill, and for sale by
. J. W. HAUK15.
A lot of fitst rate Skirling Leatk-
M.J er, for sale by
OC137 J. W. HA KM IS.
Files! Flics'! Piles!!!
JJ'h"'n.' fBftMe Electvary, or . Internal
Kt.mt.uv toil THE PILES, Wumphanl!
""1" v.rro in me past year.
OiTThia Medicine is wairanted to cure all cae
or piles, either bleeding or blind, internal or ex
ternal, and all inrlamatorv diseases founrl in ,
junction wilh the Piles such as
Chronic Vysenlary, Weakness and Inflammation
of the Spine,
falling of the bowels, womb, AV.c, that females
particularly are suhject to, under peculiar circum
stances: fur which many certificates could be uiv-
en of apeedy and effectual cures but delicacy for
bids their publication.
Severe and Habitual Costttehess,
Flow of blood to the head, Dispepsia, Ulcerations,
Fistulas, Inflammation of the Stomach, find a
speedy cure in Dr.-UniAM's Electuary. Il Ts an
internal remedy, and cures by its action on the
bowels and blood, the relaxed stale, which is the
cause of the above named diseases.
From every city, town and village, where Dr.
Upham's Vegetable Pile El ectuarv has been intro.
duced, the most gratifying intelligence of its effects
heve been received by the Proprietor. In hundred
of instances it has triumphed over cases which
were deemed incurable.
Letter of Capt. G. W. McLan, late of the U. S 1
Service, and member of Die N. J. Legislature.
Rahwat, June 10,1947.
"I have hoen afflicted for years with the Piles.
snd have tried without anything like Dermaner.t
benefit, almost everything assuming the mm, nt
a remedy. I had, as a matter of courso, lost all
confidence in medicine. Under this feelintr I was
induced not without reluctance, t confess to use
Upham's Electuary;' and having used it for about
three weeks, according to the drcoiions laid down,
I find to my utter surprise, as well as satisfaction,
that everv symptom of the disease has left mn I
think it dueolike to Dr. Upham and myself to make
misstatement. tj. -,v. SVIcLEAN."
Addressed to the agents in Columbia Ga.
JVoft'ce. Tho genuine Electuary has the written
signature thus, ((7-A. Upham, M. D.) The hand
it niso anne wun a pen
i rice $1 per box.
For sale by Dr. E EASTERLY, south-enst eor.
ner of Third and Chesnut streets, St. Louis,, Mo.
Sole agent for the west. (Sept. 2. '49.
ft-T-Forsale by Dr. W. R. SNELSON. Drucr.
gist, agent for Foyette; DlGiiES fe HORSELEY,
Glasgow; and KNOX Si BEEMAN, Rocheport.
Ir. .Tic Lane' l.irer Fills,
For the Cure of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick
Iliaddch, ahd all Bilious Complaints.
The liver is much mure freoueml? ihp sent of
disease than is generally supposed. It is now gen
erally admitted by Physicians of reputation and
experience, that more than one-half of the com
plaints which occi r throughout the great volley of
ine Mississippi, nave tneir seat in a disease i state
of the liver, and that more than three fourth of the
diseases enumerated under the head cf Consiimp-
nun, imve bisu ineir eai in a uiseaseo liver.
Case in St. Lnuis of one year's standing.
St. Locte, Mo. May 5, 117.
Dr. E. EARTrm.Y Sir: I hereby certify that I
have been afflicted for more than a year, with the
liver complaint, and have applied to'differnnt phy
sicians, and all to little or no effect, until I made
use of Dr. McLane's Liver Pills. I am hapny to
inform you that I was perfectly cured by the use of
one oox. 1 can thereiore. in justice, recommend
others who are troubled with a diseased liver, to
make a trial of these Pills.
Truly yours. ROBERT HALL.
Residence, Foorteenih and Biddle streets.
Individuals suffering with Liver Complaint. Dys
pepsia, Sick Headach, or any bilious disease, are
earnestly advised to make a trial of Dr. McLane's
Liver Pills, as they have been prepared by a regu
larly educated Physician, who has had on exten
sive practice and experience in treating the above
complaint. t He confidently recommends as being
the very best and most deserving remedy ever pre
sented to the notice of the afflicted.
Price 2) cents per box.
For sale by Dr. E. EASTERLY, south-east cor
ner of Third end Cheshut streets, E-. Louis, aeent
fur the west. , ,, Sept. '-? 49
(KrSuld a''0 ly Dr. W. R. SNELSON, Druu
gtsi, agent for Fayette; DIGGES & HORSLEY,
Glasgow; KNOX &i EEEM4N, Rocheport.
Ir. McLane'sj Vermifuge.
The Best Remedy Ever Discovered for Expelling
Worms from Children. .,
The synipiotni of the prc.-encc of Worms in
Children should be carefully watched by parents,
and as soon as there is reason to suspect their ex
istence, every means should be used 10 expel them
promptly and thoroughly. Dr. ilcLano's Vermi
fuge is rapidly supplanting all others, in public es.
limation. Where it is used it has produced the
best effects, and every family who has used it, say
it is the best they have ever seen.
Symptoms of Worms. Read! Read.'.'
The countenance is pale and Uaden-colured, wilh
occasional flushes, or a circumscribed spot on 1 tie
or both cheeks tho eyes became dull; the pup, Is
dilate; an azure semi-circle runs along the lower
eye-lid; the nose is irritated, swells and sometimes
bleeds; a swelling of the upper lip; occasional
head ach, with humming or throbbing in the ears;
an unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or furred
tongue; breath very foul, particularly in the morn
ing; appetite variable, sometimes voracious, with
a gnawing sensation of the stomach, at others, en
tirely gone; fleeting pains in the stuin.-icli;
nausea and vomiting; violent poms throughout the
abdomen; bowels irregular, at times costive; stools
slimy, not iinfrtquently tinged wilh blood; belly
swollen hard; urine turbid; respiration occasional
ly dimcult, and accompanied by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive; uneasy and disturb
ed sleep, with grinding of the teeth; temper varia
ble but generally irritable, 4c.
JYIolher, nurses, parents, cnardians, look well
to your children, and if you see any symptoms of
worms, procure Dr. iUcLane's Vermifuge, because
it is me very uet, most deserving, and popular
remedy ever presented to the notice of the public.
Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Dr. E. EASTERLY, at the City
Family Medicine Siore, south-east corner of Third
and Chesnut streets, St. Louis, Mo., only agent for
ine wesii . Dept. a, -n.
QirSuld also hy. Dr. 'V. R. SNELSON. I)mc
gist, agent for Fayette; DIGGES if HORSLEY.
Glasgow; KNOX &. BEEMAN, Rocheport.
To the FiiMic.
PRONOUNCE FRAME. II. RUCKER, (son
ot iMinor Kuckcr, of Randolph county.)
A deliberate lAar,
A cold-blooded Slanderer,
A blabk-hearted Yillian, and
... A disgraced Scoundrel,
The evidence to prove all of which is in my pos
session. : .WM. CLEVELAND.
October 20, 1849 34ivd of Randolph co.
ill whole assortment of Liquors and Wines
to my neighbor, John fj. l erry. Since I am
determined to quit the liquor business, I advise my
old neighbors and mends in this line or ine tact.
Oct 12 CHAS. o. rALLt,sll.irs.
A Fine assortment of Coal, Wood, Cook and
Parlor Stoves', for sale low st Carrolls' Cor
ner. Also a lot of extra stove pipes.
SCREW A second hand Tobacco Screw with
an Ink, complete suitable for baleing hemp.
Price . Apply to J.W.HARRIS.
COOKING HTOVE,-rA good 2d hand cooking
stove, wilh all the fixtures complete, for sale
very low by oci20 J. W. HARRIS.
W H EAT FLO R. 25 sacks
ground Buck Wheat Flour, for sals by
octCt J. W. HARRIS.
The largest and finest Stock tvtr offered ly us in
WE have received eur Stock of Fall and Win
ter Goods, which is by far the largest and
best assortment ever offered by us in this market.
The styles are orthe very latest importations, the
quality equal to any in the United Sta es, and the
trimmings complete and perfect. In the sale, wo
are certain or our ability tc give entire satisfaciien,
as our purchases were made in New Yerk ahd Phil,
adelphia, on the most advantageous terms, and the
entire Stock will bt offered at the smallestidvsr.ee
for which goods can bs sold in the western country.
Ladies in ibis and the adjoining counties, in wont
of strictly f -.0 and fashionable dress goods, are as
sured that the utmost attention has been paid to tho
selection of trimmings, and we vsnture the assu
rance that all can bo satisfied. The public are in
vited to call.
Only one price, and no abatement.'
, HUGHES. BIRCH & WARD.
Ot" Interest lo All.
A LL the following named medicines, whichi
xV have gtiineil unbounded popularity, are sold
by Comstock tic Brother, 69 second street, S.
Louis, (under the Munroe flonse) Dr. W. R.
Snelson, Fayette, and Knox cj- Betman, Rochport.
TO THE LAMPS.
7ic Grnuine Balm rf Columbia, for restoring (.J
'Long hair is a glory to woman,," says Paul,
And ail feel the truth of the Pious quotation;
Preserve it then, ladies your glory may fall.
Unless you protect it with this preparation.
If you wish a rich, luxuriant head of hair; froe
from dandruff and scurf, do not fail to procure
the Genuine Balm of Columbia. In cases of
baldnes it will more than exceed your expectations.
.Many who have lost their hair for twenty ;-eor
have had it restored to its otiginal perfection by
the use of this balm. Age, state pr condition ap
pears to be no obstacle whatever; it also causes
the fluid to Cow with which the delicate hairtubea
is filled, by which means thousands (whose hair
was gray S3 the Asiatic eogle) have had their hair
restored to their natural color by this inv&luabia
remedy, in oil co-ies of fever it will be found the
most pleasant wash that can be used. A few ap
plications only are necessary lo keep tho Inir
trorn falling out. It strengthens the roots, it ne
ver fails to import a rich glossy appearance, and
os a perfume for the toilet it is unequalled; it holds
three times as much as other miscalled hair res
toratives and is more effectual.
Caution- Never buy it unless you find the
name of Comtock Co., Proprietors, on ths
wrapper of each bottle, or yo'i are cheated with a
CONNEL'S MAGICAL PAIS ESTltACTOB,: ,
The World's Wonder Pronounced so by all who
have ever used it.
White Swellings, Inflammation in the bock,
weak I'n.bs, tender or sore feet, end ail scrofulous
sores ate speedily and permanently cured by Con
nel's Magical Tain Extractor. Affections of the
lungs, ague in the face, breast, tie doloreoux,
chronic sore eyes, blistered surfaces. Sic It is
equally beneflcial in ali kinds of inflammatory dis
eases, such ss sore nipples and eyes, sprains,
rheumatism, white swelling and ulcers, bruises,
burns chillblaiim, erysipelas, biles, &r., will quick
ly ue relieved oy ine application ot this salve.
This remarkable sanative possesses many vir'ues
never found in any other article. It has the most
perfect power over all pain by fire, positively al
laying the suffering almost immediately upon its
application. If any disbelieve the statements, we
would earnestly invite them to call and examici
the numerous unsolicited certificates of remarka
ble cures wrought by by this salve. It has for
months past been sold upon the followiugaliberal
terms, to-wit: If the user was not perfectly satis
fied, and even delighted with its effects, and fur
thermore, if it did not fully answer our recommen
dations, their money was returned immediately
nt their request. On these terms this absolute
hrol-ali is now sold, and we itnply ask if the
public can demand anything more reasonable.
Kind parent keep it constantly on hand, in cases
uf accident by fire, life may be lost without it, bat
by ita use all burns a-e subject to its control, un
less the vitals are destroyed.
Cuut'on --No rain Extractor can be genuine
unless you find the signature of Comstock Si Co.
on the wrapper of each box. Beware of counter
I.ONULET'1 OP.IAT WESTF.RN 1.SIIAX FAKACEA.
1. For colds and feverish feelings and preventing
2 For asthma, liver complaint and bilious af
fections. 3. For diarrhoBS, indigestion and loss of apetite.
4. For cusiiveness in f'eiuslos and males, and
5. Ftr stomach affections, dispepsia, piles,
The Grrzt Points are, it is not bad to lake, ne
ver gives i'fiirt and jever leaves one Costive!!
For ull lliese thines it is warranted unenualled.
and all who do not find it 30 may return the bottla
and gut their money. Comstock dj- Co. proprietor.
PR. srOHN's SICK HEATACIt FFWECT.
Why will you suffer with that distressing erm-
la inl, when a lemcdv is at hand that will not fat
o cure you? This remedy will effectually destror
any attack of headache, cither nervous or bilious.
It hat cured cases of twenty years standing.
MOTiirn's HELiEr ixpiax discovebt.
All expecting to become mothers, and anxi 011s to
avoid thfl pains, di-trsss and dangers of cji'dbear-
eg, are earnestly entreated to calm their ears. al
lay their nervousness, and soothe their way by
the use of this most extraordinary vegetable pro .
duciion. Those ho will candidly observe tlsi
virtues, must approve of it in their hearts; every
kind and affectioua'e husband will feel it hi moot
solemn duty to alleviate the distress his wife is
exposed to, by a safe and certain method, which
this Mother l.eiut.
KEr.r Your. Fr.r.T Drt Remember, to pre
serve health, the feet should be kept dry, and that
the U11 oj Tannin renders leather water-proof and
doubles its durability. Also used for harness and
ftV All the above articles are sold by Comitock
Bkotiifr, Oil Second stroet, St. Louis, and Dr.
Wm K Snelson, rayelte,
May 27, 1344 1 l-0m t .
Final settlement; ",
JVTOTICE i hereby given to all creditors and
L others ii.tercsted in the cstr.te, of James
Alexander dee'd, that tho undersigned Executor
wil apply at the next term of the Randolph Coun
ty Court. Fourth Monday in November next, for a
nual settletniV.'t of his administration.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Executor.
October 5, 1345. 3l-4t.
Final Settlement. . .
N OTICE is hereby given lhat the undersigned
will apply at the Novembef Term (Fourth,
Monday) of the Randolph County Court, for a 6nal
seltlemen of his administration on the estate of
Mary Jacksor. deceased.
. JOHN JACKSON, Aaministrator.
October 26. 1843. 34w4
TV"OTICE is hereby given to all creditors and
J others Interested in the estate of Robert G.
Sherwood, deceased, that the undersigned. Admin
istratrix win apply at the next regular term ot the
Randolph County . Court, Fourth Monday in No.
vember.uexl, for a fiaal settlement of her admin
iatratioa. ARMINTA SHE it WOOD, Ex'rs.
October 12. 184S.-Si 4t. -
BLANK DEEDS, and Justice's Blanks Tot sale,
at this office, Btanks of every description printed
at the sirVeat notica.