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IIbavy Lawsuits in TaxAS.We learn
from tlid Galveston Civilliao that there are
, now. pending before the V. 8. Court for
Ihe district of Texjs, tho following suits
' lor landa claimed under grantt made prior
to the Texan Declaration of Independence:
' Whitney vs. Ham: suit brought for eleven
: leagues, but dccda filed for aixty-iix: all of
wmcn depend upon the result of tlui auit.
' Cameron, against more than one hun lred
. defondanta, settlers, for four eleven league
grants, or forty-four leagues. Garcia v
. Giddings, for eleven leagues, on Guade
loupe, worth 950,000. There is now tin
der advisement, in the Supreme Court ot
the Slate, the case of Jones and others vs
the German Association, involving eleven
. leagues; the Mission case, embracing ten
iMgoeaheld under an old Spanish title; the
Perry claim for four leagues, but surveyed
for sixteen, on the Medina; and the great
. case, Smith vs. Power, involving fifty -six
leagues, extending up the coast one hundred
miles from Point Isabel. Here (says the
. Civilian) are upwards of two hundred
leagues of land, all claimed under condi
tional grants, now in suit, and depending
upon the decision of the courts. Some of
the lands claimed embrace populous and
xteniive i t laments, and have undergone
' extensive improvements from the occupants
who are now sought to be dispossessed.
' Many similar suits have also been brought
, ia the Circuit Courts of different counties.
The oniy defence of the settlers against
these heavy claims, in most cases, is that
the grants are void because the conditions
attached to them have never been complied
Affaibs i Texas. An Indian war of
. formidable character, is brewing in Texas.
. They are committing depradations, and
. murdering cilixens, all along the frontier.
. A letter to Gov. Wood from Gonzales says:
You are respectfully informed that there is a
' body of hostile Indians down upon us, who have
killed one of our citizens, to wit: our Chief Jus
tie, G. W. Bainetl; and have killed four citi
zene of De Wilt county, to wit : John York and
. his sons or sons-in-law, and wounded several
' others. York, at the head of seventy-five men,
was whipped by one hundred and fifty Indiana,
m or near rhe Colette, in DeWilt county. Two
Indians were seen this evening within two and a
half or three miles of our cotinty seat, supposed
to bs spies. Thirty seven men left here day bes
fore yesterday to go to Barneti's, not having
learned of York's fight, but went in pursuit of
the Indians who killed Harnett, on the Sandys,
in this county. We know not precisely how
f reat a body of Indians are west of the Guada
upe, but fiom circumstances we are of the be
lief that in addition to the above mentioned num
ber, there is atill a much larger body. We
. have aent couriers to Lagrange, Lavacca, Seguin
and Austin, to give the information and place
hs citizens on the look out, and thus perhaps;
apart the lives of some who might venture un
armed on the frontiers. We ask that thiough
yoii (ha War Department may ba made acquain
ted with the exposed situsiionof the Texas fron.
. lift, and provide additional ranging companies
along above the settlements.
The civilian of tie 20iti ssys that Capt. Hal
pin, formerly of Texas, who arrived there by the
Star, from the Bracoa, and came through from
Zscatecus (o Brazos Santiage by land, reports
thst, a few days ago, a band of robbers, organ
ized on ths Rio Grande for the purpose as was
opposed, of intercepting the merchants return,
sng from the fair at Sollillo, was discovered by
the 'citizens of Starr county, Texas, and their
leader shot, while resisting the attempt of the au
thorities to arreat bim. Several others had been
. captured and were awaiting their trial at the
county seat Clay Davie' . Two had turned
State's evidence. Some of the robbers are rep
resented to he vicious characters, who were for
weriy known about Houston.
-' Rrsabks. Business continaes brisk from store,
thoagh very few transactions ia produce, and then
confined principally to dried and green apples, for
which there is a limited demand; the former com
mands from 65 to 70c. per bu. and the latter from
87) to 1 per bbl. Freights are getting scarce,
in consequence of which, shipments are being
tnade at lower figures than our last quotations.
The river is gently receding at this poiul. Weather-cool.
Orricz Glasgow Weeklt Times,
November 9, 1818.
We continue to quota
BACON Sides, . 2to2Jc.
Hams, . 2) to3Jc.
Shoulders, 2 to2Jc.
FLAX SEED, . 50e.
DRY HIDES, ... 5c.
FEATHERS, .... 25c.
TALLOW, .... 7e.
BUTTER, . - 8 to 10c.
EGGS, (acarce) 6 to 8c.
' DRIED APPLES, 70 to 75c.
tiUGAR 6 to 7c.
COFFEE, . - - 8 0c.
SALT, O. A. . . $'i 25 per sack.
. '. L. B. . 2 60, "
" Ka. (reweighed,) 50c. per bushel
WHISKEY, Cin. Beet., 25c.
. St. Louis inferior, 22c.
IRON, Com. Bar, 4Jc.
Sligo, " 5,c.
St. Locts, Nov. 3, 1848.
Light receipts, and the unfavorable state of the
weather, has caused but a limited number of trans
actions in rhe market. The demand for most ar
ticles continues, and but little change is observe
Me ia the current rates. Of 1 biacco and Lead
no sales of moment bavs occurred. Of Hemp, sev
oral lots were disposed of at 110. Of Flour,
on account of the unfavorable weather, little has
been dope in this article, sale are quoted at
4 061. 4 10, 4 12) a 4 15. Of Wheal there
was a very limited stock ia the market, we quote
sa'esetWa 80c. sacks included; Tair rail 79 a
77e.t prime, at 81 and choice at 82c. Of Com
30, 3r, a 38c. embrace the higheat aad lowest fig
urea. Of Provisions, sales of 600 kegs No. I
city rendered lard, etTc.J 8 casks clear sides at 3
t 8e.t 0 casks good shoulders, at 3 Jo. Dried
Fruit apples, 77 J a 80c. TaUote small sales
of good, at 7o. Freights to New Orleans to
bacco, 5; hemp, 7; flour, 65c.; wheat, 15c.;
corn, He; bacon, 25 a 80c.
MARKIED. On the eveninff of the 7th inst.
by Rev. John Boll. Mr. WILLIAM STARK, of
Jefferson City, to Miss SOFHRONIA, daughter
of the late Edmond Lewis, of Chariton county.
Departed this life at his residence in Howard
county, on the morning of the 25th October, Mr.
William Greer. He waa bora ia Rowan coun
ty, in the State of North Carolina, on the 20th
of November, 1784, and was in hit 64th year.
His father, (Martin Green,) moved from North
Carolina to Madison county, Kentucky, in the ear
ly settlement of tint State.- The subject of thi
notice removed from Kentucky to this county, in
the fall of 1819, where he resided until his death.
In his death, society has lost a worthy citizen, hi
afflicted companion, a kind and affectionate hus
band, and his numerous family of children, a
kind and indulgent Parent His disease was
said to be Typhoid fever, which he bore with great
patience fur live weeks, retaining his mind until
his spirit took its flight to that bourne from whence
no traveler returns.
Richmond Kentucky papers please copy.
John I. Perry,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant,
EEPS constantly on hand a full supply of
rresh groceries, liquors, &.c. etc.
I have on hand a few green and purple Satin Bon
net n, Laautifully and fashionably made up. I
shall offer them at a reasonable price. I have al
so on hand, a few patterns only, of Mazarine Blue
and Mode Satin, purple, brown, and white Velvets
for Bonnets, and also suitable triminigs. All
those goods are fresh from the City of New York
and the latest styles out.
CHAS. B. FALLSNSTEIN.
I am in receipt of a few dozen of choke Blan
ket! for servants. They are truly of a better
Duality than was ever brought to this market, and
or sale at a very reasonable price. Those wish
ing to purchase will please call.
JSIeachcd Shirting, Sheeting and
Quilt Lining !
PER Ship Soldanfrom Boiton, I have received
direct from the manufacturers of this city, a
lot of choice bleached goods, comprising all the
different grades, which is called for. I have
marked them down about right, and I have no
doubt prices and quality will suit.
CHAS. B. FALLENSTEIN.
N addition to my former stock, I have received
also from Boston, a fine assortment of Coche
oes and Merrimacks, of genuine and handsome
prints. Ladiesjwishing to purchase a cheap every
day dress at the same time aometbing neat and be
coming, will please call.
CHAS. B. FALLENSTEIN.
Shoes and Boots!
I AM now fully assorted in this seasonable and
desirable article. Ladies and Gentlemen, young
Misses and young Master, the servant as well as
the laborer, they can all suit themselves without
any trouble. As to prices, I shall only remark, I
have purchased out of first hands, right from the
manufacturer. If I cannot sell shoes and boots
right, 1 wish to know who can.
CHAS. B. FALLENSTEN.
BLEACHED and BrownlCanton Flannels. Red.
White and Yellow Wool Flannels. East
ern Manufactured Linscys. A full and choice as
sortment per Isle arrivals.
CHAS. B FALPENSTEIN.
To Merchant !
I WOUDD ear. that, it they should fall abort
in their supplv of sun snd rifle powder, I am pre
pared to help them out, since I have on hand 24
kegs of triple F F F Dupont and Lafflin Rifle Pow
der, which 1 shall otter at a very low price.
Nov. 0, 184-. CHAS. JJ. FAELJSJNbTElN.
FIVE Wheat Fans, a very superior article, in
store, and for sale low by J. B. PERRY.
20 BOXES new crop raisins
10 half "
just received and
for sale low by
J. D. PERRY.
VERY superior lot of sides, lums and shoul
. dcrs in store, and for sale low by
J. D. PERRY.
A FINE assortment of hair, cloth, nail and
tooth brushes, also fine oil for the hair, fine
wanning soaps for the face not your clothes, for
G. W. COOKE.
Boonville, Nov. 9. 1849.
I HAVE got some as good shaving SOAP as
waa ever spread upon the face of any man, (I
wilt not include the ladies,) and if you do not be
lieve it because you see it stated in the newspa
pers, call and get a cake of it and satisfy yourself
that it is a fact.
G. W. COOKE,
El EN D HAMMOND I will have to stop
Why so, Mr. Brown.'
Because my eye-sight is so bad that I can scarce
Why do you not use spectacles!
I have not been able to find any to auit.
Have you been down at COOKE'S Shop to ace
if he could not suit you!
No, I have not.
Go down he baa got all kinds.
Well, I will.
Hammond, I got them, here is your pay for
two years aubscription Boonville Observer.
Boonville, Nov. 0, 1848.
r I HOSE WHO WANT TO ENJOY the eating
JL of a good bowl of Mush and Milk, or good
So up, (cay oysf soup for instance.) or those who
wish to drink i good cup of tea, should always
have a genuine Silver Spoon to do it with. Well
I have got that sort, and as they are the cheapest
spoons that can be used in a fainiiy, call and look
at my assortment.
G. W. COOKE.
Booneville, Nov. 0. 1848.
AN EASY SHAVE is one of the blessings
bestowed upon men; and one of tbe great
est misfortunes that man is born to. is to shave
with a poor razor. Now, therefore, if you wish
to possess the former and escape lha latter, call
at my shop and I will sell you a genuine razor.
G. W. COOKE.
Boonville, Nov. 9, 1848.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will apply at
the December term of the Howard county
court for a final settlement of my administration
on the estate of John Evans dec's1.
JOSEPii ROrER, Adio'r
Nov. 9,.18l8-06-4wl . ,
Full Proor lVhiLir
THE subscribers are sole agents, in tnis place
for the sale of all the WHISKEY manufac
tured by Cooper Sl Sum, The stock from which
this liquor is manufactured will be at all times
pure tbe proof full and it is intended to give
entire satisfaction to consumers. There will al
ways be a large quantity on hand, and the salea
will be by the barrel, only for cash at twenty
cents per gallon, throughout Ihe winter.
HUGHES, BIRCH A Wit AO.
Fayette. Nov. 3. 1848.
Plumes and Flowers.
TEkY superior Plumea and Flowers, for sale
r by HUGHES, BIRCH A WARD.
p. .. XT rt . ... 1
ra Trite, isuv, , sota.
Fine Sea Oiler t:nn.
rrWO DOZEN, extra fine, for sale by
J HUGHES, BIRCH A WARP.
Favette, Nov. 2, 1848.
20 hhds prime sugar
60 aacks coffee
300 aacka salt
10 boxes double refined loaf sugar
Sugar House Molasses, Tannera' Oil, Ac.
HUGHES, BIRCH A WARD.
Fayette, Nov. 2, 1848.
Iron and Steel.
TE have on hand, a full stock of all sizes of
W V iron snd steel, at the lowest rates.
HUGHES, BIRCH A WARD.
Fayette. Nov. 2. 1848.
Dr. John 91. llronaugh,
HAVING permanently located in Glasgow, res
pectfully offers his professional tervices to
the citizens of the city and vicinity.
OlGce in the Drug Store or Digges Sl Horsley.
Glasgow, Nov. 2, 1848.
LEATHER. A small lot of kip akins, upper,
aole, harness and bridle leather, for sale low,
lo close consignment. nov2 JNO. D. PERRY.
PLOUGHS' 24 Jewel Ploughs, just ree'd and
for saleby nov2 JNO. D. PERRY.
BOARDS 3000 three foot oak boards, forsa7e
by nov2 JNO. D.PERRY.
Fall and Winter Goods.
f riHE subscribers have received and opened a
JL large and beautiful assortment of Fall and
Winter Goods. They now offer for sale, on tkn
most reasonable terms,
blue, black, green and brown Cloths
Black, fancy and buckskin Casimeres
15 pieces Sattinetts 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
28 pieces Mouselin de Lane and Cashmeres,
various styles and qualities
Alpaca English Merino
Heavy Tweed Casimere
Vestines, satin and worsted
Uanton Flannel! and flaid Linsey
New style Silk for ladies' dresses
Capes, collars, ribbons
. Thread and !ile lace
Edgings, gimps, fringes
Shawls, hdkfs, worsted and silk hose
160 pieces 7-8, 4-4. 5-4 and 6-4 brown cotton
80 do 3-4, 7-8, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4 bleached
shirtings and sheetings
100 do 3-4 and 4-4 Oanaburgs
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.
36 pairs calf and seal Boots
30 do kip do
do kid slippers
do calf and morocco boots
do walking shoes
Misses and childreu'a shoes
A large supply of Queensware, Hardware, and va
rious other articles not necessary to enumerate.
We invite our friends and the public to call and
examine our slock, as we are determined to sell
cheap. SAVAGE at CO.
Glasgow, October 26, 184S.
i nnn LBS f " hogs, wen
xwv.vvw fattened, wanted by
Glasgow, Oct. 26. SAVAGE Sl CO.
PRODUCE WANTED. We wish to purchase
for which the higheat price will be given.
Glasgow, Oct 25. SAVAGE A Co.
NOTICE ia hereby given that the undersigned
hae 'obtained from tbe Clerk of the County
Court of Saline County, letters of admin
istration on the estate of Elizabeth Doak,
deceased, bearing date October 13th, 1848.
All peraons indebted lo aaid estate, are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims against it, to present them, properly au
thenticated, within one year from the date of said
letters, or they may be precluded from having any
benefit of aaid estate, and if not presented within
three years, they will be forever barred.
H. HARRIS, Administrator.
October 26, 1848 34w3
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigued
will apply at the November Term (Fourth
Monduy) of the Randolph County Court, for a final
settlement of bis administration on the estate of J.
B. Green, deceased.
CASWELL WISDOM, Administrator.
October 26. I84(j. 34w4
NOTICE is hereby given, tbat the undersigned
will apply at the November Term (Fourth
Mondavi of tb RnmL.lnl, Pnnm P,,., r... .
settlement ttt Ihmr Hinlni.tr.lir.o nn ,k. r
James Means, deceased.
CASWELL WISDOM,) r
JOSEPH MURPHY, Execu,or
October 26, 1848. 34w4
NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned,
surviving Darlner of tha firm (if OiiM Si
Head. Will annlu at lha Nnv.mk.. T. C....ik
MondaV) Of tha Ramlnlnh P.mnt. Pnurt lliiri t.ii
of said term, for a final settlement of tbe partner
ship affairs of said firm.
WAL.TE.K U. UHILES, Administrator.
October 36, 1848.-343
. Qir Notice to the Public Persons wanting gen-
uina annular Familii UMtifln.a ..a a..i-a ... n
to Dr. Eaaterly'a Family Medicine Store, corner of
Third and Cbesnut streets, St. Louis, Mo., where
they can find almost every Popular Family Medi
cine that ia manufactured in the United States.
wuoisssieaod retail, at the cheapest rates; or call
oo bis agent, Dr. Win. R. Snelson, Fayette, who
keeps them for sale.
(r Need Ail adtertiiemtHti in another column.
Autumn and Winter Goods.
BOON, TALBOT St SMITH.
HAVING commenced receiving their extensivi
and valuable stock for the present and ap
proaching seasons, respectfully invite the attention
of purchasers lo nne of the largest, and in all res
pects most desirable, assorments of goods ever
brought to this county, comprising every variety of
FANCY A STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Boolt and Shoe, China, (llatt and Qiteentieare,
Hardware and Cutlery. Iron, Naili, Castings,
FAMILY GROCERIES, &e. &e.
Determined to transact a permanent busines, on
an extensive scale, and do our part toward ma
king Fayette 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 ware
houses fully supplied with the most desirable st)le
and qualities of goods which manufacturers and
importers can furniah. 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 new customers, thst our prices will in all cases
be aa low as the very lowest, our stock equal lo the
beat, and our uniform principles of business such
as lo insure the permanent satisfaction and increa
sing confidences customers.
Our friends and-the public will please favor us
with aa examination of our goods and priees.
BOON. TALBOT SMITH.
Faye'le, September 23d, 1848.
IV 12 W I' A L L GOODS.
GREENBAUM, FISTE Sl CO..
RESPECTFULLY inform their old friends
and f!nfnmfra. anil tha ntiltti ......11. k..
Ihey have received and now offer for aale, one of
the most extensive stccks of seaaonable goods
ever brought to this market all of which huvr
been purchased in the eastern cities, by one of the
firm, on terms which wsrrsnt them in saying they
can and will aell as cheap as any house in this
section or country. Their Goods are all new, of
the latest styles, and were purchased expressly to
meet the wants of the country. Their stock em-
Cloths, of the finest quality
Satinets and Jeans.
Domestics, bleached and brown.
Boots, shoes, hats and caps.
Calicoes, all kinds, very low, die. &c,
LADIES DRESS GOODS.
Their stock is full- ernhra einrr all naut at., In.
together with suitable trimmings, to which the at
tention of the ladies is particularly invited.
RRA nv Mine (-rnTuiwra
The largest and finest stock of ready made cloth
ing ever brought to the country, embracing every
article of gentlemen's wear. Full suits sold at
astonishingly low prices. Particular attention is
lancu iv mis pari ui meir siock.
Also, a full supply of
Family Groceries,' Cutlery, Nailt, Spun Col
ton. Due stuffs. er... Ar.
Together with every article usually called for.
which we pledge ourselves to sell as cheap as can
be had in any other place or store, this side of St.
r ,r' V ,, . .....
Kiwis, yy b re.-peciiuiiy solicit a call, to the end
that Our 0OoHl mi, hp and n.i.a. LMW
After seeing the one and knowing the other, sales
GREENEBAUM, FISTE dr CO.
Fayette, October 5, 1848.
PrHERE are several vacancies in my School,
J. which may be filled by application to me.
1 win aiso receive in my family three or four boar
dera, on accommodating terms.
October 12, 1848.32tf
Fresh Shoes and Boots.
A RRIVED per steamer Bertrand, direct from
L JL the manufacturers at Boston and Linn, Mas
sachusetts, 25 cases Boots and Shoes, of superior
quality, and strictly adapted for the winter aeason.
t hose wishing to purchase for themselves or ser
vants, will please call on me.
oct 12 CHAS. B. FALLENSTEIN.
Dr. Wistar's Ilalsaui orWild
The Great Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
and all Diseases oj the Lungs.
OLD VIRGINIA AGAIN.
Albermarle Co. Ya., March 21sl, 1847.
Mr. Seth W. Fowle Dear Sir. I take pleas
ure in stating to you my experience in the use of
wistars Balsam ot Wild Cherry. I own a very
valuable negro girl, who was attacked with a diffi
culty of the lungs, which brought her in appear
anne to the brink of the grave. I ccnsulted some
of our best Physicians, who pronounced her case
incurable, or that they could do oo more for her.
I tried many remedies but none did her any 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 administered ac
cording to directions, and saw she began to mend;
and before the first bottle w as enne she wss nn
I procured a second and she took that, and now she
is I think, cured, or nearly so. She attends to her
daily labor, and 1 bear no complaint from her.
R. L. JEFFERSON.
Consumptive Patients! Will please read the
following note from the Harrison Gazette The
incredulous are invited to read the following note
from Rev. Mr. Coldron, whose character for truth
and veracity is above suspicion, and have their
doubts dispelled as to the superiority of Wistar's
Balsam of Wild Cherry, over all other remedies
now before the public of the same character:
Corydon, lad., Jan. 28, 1848.
It ia no lesa a duty than a pleasure to atate. for
the benefit of thealflicted, that I consider Wistar's
Balsam ot 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 similarly afflicted, as the best remedy 1
have ever tried, and one which cured me when
physicians said I must die, and when I thought
myself that my time to depart was near at hand.
03-Cautiow to all. The genuine Wistar's
Balsam is enveloped in a fine white steel engraved
wrapper, with the names of Henry Wistar.M.D.
and Sanford Sl Park thereon. Without both these
signatures, it is positively counterfeit. Do not
Orders for the true medicine may be addressed
to H. BLAKSLEY Sl Co , south-west corner
Third and Chesnut streets, St. Louis. It is sold
also by DR. SNELSON, Fayette,
N. & A. JOHNSON, Brunswick.
MALONE A GARTH, Huutaville
October 26, 1848.
(ty-It always cures Dr. Osgood's Indian Choi-
agogue.How astonishing is it the suffering in
vuuu win use paiiisiive oniy, wim a view to resto
ration of health, while Imtrerinz out weeks and
even months, with that distressing, loathsome dis
ease, Fever and Ague, when by the use of a sin
gle bottle of the Cholsgogue, not only the disease
itself, but tbe cause which produced it, is com
pletely eradicated. It is sold by
Dr Henderson, Glasgow; N. A A. Johnson,
A full assortment, all sizes and shapes, odd
lids, die. for sale at Carroll'e Corner,
FRESH FAMILY FLOUR.-A supply alway
on hand, and for sale by
SAVAGE A CO.
Glasgow, October 5, 1948. '
pILOUH. lOO.bbla extra family flour, just from
the mill, and fur sale by
J. W. HARRIS.
T EATHER A lot of first rata Skirting Leath.
M- er, roi sals by ocf.7 J. W. HARRIS.
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
Dr. Vpham's Vegetable Electuary, or Interna
REMEDY FOR THE PILES, Triumphant!
60,000 caes Cured in the past year.
O-Thia Medicine is warranted to cure all case
of piles, cither bleeding or blind, internal or ex
'ernal, and all inflamatory diseases found in con
junction with the Piles such aa
Chronic Vy senior y. Weakness and hjtammation
of the Sptne,
falling of the bowels, womb, ate, that female
particularly are subject to, under peculiar circum
stances; fur which many certificates could be civ
en of speedy and effectual cures but delicacy for-
Dias meir puonca'.ion.
Setere and llahilual Cosiiveness,
Flow of blood to the head, Dispepsia, Ulcerations.
Fistulas, Inflammation of the Stomach, find a
speedy cure in Dr. Ufham's Electuary. -It is an
internal remedy, and cures by its action on the
bowels and blood, the relaxed atate, which ia the
cauae of the above named diseases.
From every city, town and village, where Dr.
Upham'a Vegetable Pile Electuary has been intra-
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. McLean, late of the U. S
Service, and member of the N. J. Legislature.
Rahwat, June 16,1847.
"I have boen afflicted for years with the Piles.
and have tried without anything like permanent
benefit, almost everything assuming the name ol
a remedy. I had, aa a matter of course, Inst all
confidence in medicine. Under this feeline I was
uiuui-cu urn wiiiiuui reiuciance, l coniess to use
IJphnm's Electuary;' and having used it for about
three weeks, according to the drcclions laid down.
I find to my utter surprise, as well as satisfaction,
that every symptom of the disease hae left ine. I
think it dueulike to Dr. Upham and myself to make
una statement. i. w. McLEAN."
Addressed to the agents in Columbia Ga.
Notice. The genuine Electuary has the written
signature thus, (ijCtA. Upham, M. D.) The hand
is aiso done with a pen.
Trice $1 per box.
For sale by Dr. E EASTERLY, south-east cor
ner of Third and Chesnut streets, St. Louis, Mo
Sole agent for the west. Sept. 2, '48.
C-Forsale by Dr. W. R. SNELSON. Dm?
gist, agent for Fayette; DIGGES Sl HORSELEY.
Glasgow; and KNOX & BEEMAN, Rocheport.
Dr. JTlc Lane's Liver Pills,
For the Cure of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sir,
Headach, and all Bilious Complaints.
The liver is much more frequently the seat ot
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 valley of
the Mississippi, have their seat in a diseased stale
of the liter, and that more than three fourths of the
diseases enumerated under the head of Consump
tion, have also iheir seat in a diseased liver.
Case in St. Louis of one year's standing.
St. Louie, Mo. May S, 1847.
Dr. E. Easterly Sir: I hereby certify that I
have been afflicted for more than a year, with the
liver complaint, and have applied to different phy
sicians, and all to little or no effect, until I made
use of Dr. McLane'a Liver Pills. I am happy to
inform you that I was perfectly cured by the use of
one box. I can therefore, in justice, recommend
others who are troubled with a diseased liver, to
make a trial of these Pills.
Truly yours, ROBERT HALL.
Residence, Fourteenth 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'a
Liver Pills, as they have been prepared by a regu
larly educated Physician, who hss had an exten
sive practice and experience in treating the above
complaint. He confidently recommends as being
tne very vest ana most deserving remedy ever pre
sented to the notice of the afflicted.
Trice 25 cents per box.
For sale by Dr. E. EASTERLY, south-east cor
ner of Tnird and Cbesnut streets, St. Louis, aeent
for the west. Sept. 2, '48
O-Sold also by Dr. W. R. SNELSON, Drue
gist, agent for Fayette; DIGGES Sl HORSLEY,
Glasgow; KINUA Sl BEEMAN, Rocheport.
Dr. ITU'Lane's Vermit'iiffe.
TAe Best Remedy Ever Discovered for Expelling
norms jrom ijluiaren.
ine symptom i ot the presence or 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 to expel them
promptly and thoroughly. Dr. McLane's Vermi-
luge is rapidly supplanting all others, in public es
timation. Where it is used it has produced Ihe
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 leaden-colored, with
occasional flushes, or a circumscribed spot on one
or both cheeks; the eyes become dull; the pupils
dilate; an azure semi-circle runs ol ng the luwer
eye-lid; the nose is irritated, swills and sometimes
bleeds; a swelling of the upper lip: occasional
head ach, with humming or throbbing in the ears;
sn unusual secretion of saliva; aliiny 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 stomach;
nausea and vomiting; violent pains throiiirhoul the
abdomen; bowels irregular, at times costive; stools
slimy, not unfrequently tinged with blood; belly
swonen nard; urine turbid; respiration occasional
ly difficult, and accompanied by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry snd convulsive; uneasy and disturb
ed sleep, with grinding of the teeth; temper varia
ble but generally irritable, 4c.
Mother', nurses, parents, guardians, look well
to your children, and if you see any symptoms of
worms, procuro nr. Methane's Vermifuge, because
it is me very nest, most deserving, and popular
remedy ever presented to the notice of the public.
Price 25 cents per box.'
For tale by Dr. E. EASTERLY, at the City
Family Medicine Store, south-east corner of Third
and Chesnut streets, St. Louis, Mo , only agent for
the west. Sept. 2, '48.
fc-Sold alao by. Dr. "V. R. SNELSON, Drug
gist, agent fr Fayette; DIGGES A HORSLEY.
Glasgow; KNOX Sl BEEMAN. Rocheport.
To the Pubii7."
PRONOUNCE FRANK H. ft UCKER, (son
of Minor Rucktr, of Randolph county.)
A deliberate Liar,
A cold-blooded Slanderer,
A black-hearted Villian, and
A disgraced Scoundrel.
The evidence to prove all of which is in my pos
session. WM. CLEVELAND.
October 26, 1843 34 w3 of Randolph co.
MY whole aasortment of Liquors and Wines
to my neighbor, John D. Perry. Since I am
determined to quit the liquor business, I advise my
ulu ft a1111"' uu melius in mis 11110 ur ine race,
oct 12 CHAS. B. FALLENSTEIN.
Fine assortment of Coal, Wood, Cook and
il Psrlor Stoves, for sale low at Carrolla' Cor
ue Also a lot of extra atove pipes,
SCREW A second hand Tobacco Screw with
an Ink, complete suitable for baleing hemp.
rnce. jippiy 10 J.W.HARRIS.
"lOOKING RTOV R A OJ l:
- . ag wm Sj isssmu (uusaiiiaj
KJ stove, with all the fixtures complete, for sale
very raw oy octO) J. W. IIAKK1K.
BUCK WHEAT FLOUR.-26 sack fresh
ground Bock Wheat Flour, fur sale by
ucVid . W. HARRIS.
The largest and finest Stock ever offered by as in
WE have received our Stock ofFallsnd Win
ter Goods, which is by far the largest and
best assortment ever offered by us in this market.
Die styles are of the vers latest i mnOTtasf slitiai Visa
quality equal to any in the United Slates, and the
rimmings complete and perfect. In the sale, wo
are certain of our ability lo give entire satisfactien,
as our purchases were made in New York aiid Phil
adelphia, on the most advantageous terms, and the
niire c-iock wi 11 be ottered at the smallest advar.ee
for which goods can bssold in the western country.
isuies m una and tne adjoining counties, in want
of strictly fine and faahionabrs dress goods, are as
sured that the utmost attention has been paid to tbe
selection of trimmings, and we vsnture the assu
rance that all can be satisfied. The public aro in
vited to call. .
Only one price, and no abatement.
HUGHES, BIRCH Sl WARD,
Of Interest to All.
ALL the following named medicines, which
have trained unbounded Donularit. s mU
by Comstock A Brother, 61 second street, St.
Louis, (under the Munroe House) Dr. W. R.
Snelson, Fayette, and A'nox A Bteman, Rochport.
TO THK LADIES.
The Genuine Balm of Columbia, for restoring the
Long hair is a glory to woman,," ssys Paul,
Alio ait leel the truth or the nous 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: free
from dandruff and scurf, do not fail to procure
the Genuine Balm of Columbia. In ra-es of
baldnes it will more than exceed your expectations.
.iiany wno nave lost meir hair tor twenty years
have had it restored to its original perfection by
the use of this balm. Age, atate or condition ap
pears to be no obstacle whatever; it also causes
the fluid tn flow with which the delicate hair tubes
is tilled, by which means thousands (whose hair
was gray aa the Asiatic eagle) have had their hair
restored to their nainral color by this invaluable
remedy. In all cases of fever it will be found the
most pleasant wash that can be used. A few ap
plications only are necessary to keep the hiir
from tailing out. It strengthens the roots, it ne
ver fails to impart a rich elossv aooearance. and
as a perfume for the toilet it is unequalled; it holds
three times as much ss other miscalled hair res
toratives and is more effectual.
Caution- Never buy it unless you find the
name of Comstock dr Co., Proprietors, on the
wrapper of each bottle, or you are cheated with a
Conner's magical pain extractob!
The Wonits Wonder Pronounced so by all who
hate ever used it.
White Swellings, Inflammation in the back,
weak limbs, lender or sore feet, and all scrofulous
sores are speedily end permanently cured by Con
nel's Magical Pain Extractor. Affections of the
lungs, ague in the face, breast, tie doloreaux.
chronic sore eyes, blistered surfacea. Ate. It is
equally beneficial in all kinds of inflammatory dis
eases, such as sore nipples and eyes, sprains,
rheumatism, white swelling and ulcers, bruises,
burns chillblains, erysipelas, biles, die., will quick
ly be relieved by the application of this salve.
This remarkable sanative possesses many virtues
never found in any other article. It haa the most
perfect power over all pains by fire, positively al
laying the Buffering almost immediately upon its
application. If any disbelieve the ststemunts, wa
would earnestly invite them to call and examine
the numerous unsolicited certificates of remarka
ble cures wrought by by this salve. It has for
months paat been aold upon the following liberal
terms, to-wit: If tbe 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
at their request. On these terms this absolute
hral-all is now aold, and we simply ask if the
public csn demand anything more reasonable.
Kind parent keep it constantly on band, in cases
of accident by fire, life may be lost without it, but
by ite use all burns are subject to its control, un
less tbe vitals are destroyed.
Caution No Pain Extractor can be genuine
unless you find the signature of Comstock Sl Co.
on the wrapper of each box. Beware of counter
feits. LOMILEV'S GKEAT WEGTKI1N INDIAN PANACEA.
1 . For colds and feverish feelings and preventing
2. For asthma, liver complaint and bilious af
fections. :t. For diarrheca, indigestion and losa of apetite.
4. For cosiiveness in females and males, and
5. For stomach affections, dispepsie, piles,
The Great Points are, it is not bad to take, ne
ver gives i'oin and Never leaves one Costive!!
For all these things it is warranted unequalled,
and all who do not find it so may return the bottle
and get their money. Comstock A Co. proprietors.
DR. srcilK'B SICK HEADACH REHEDV.
Why will you suffer with that distressing cr ni
ls int, when a lemedy is at hand that will not fai
to cure you? This remedy will effectually destroy
any attack of headache, either nervous or bilious.
It has cured cases of twenty years' standing.
MOTHER'S RELIEF INDIAN DISCOVERT.
AH expecting to become mothers, and anxi ous to
avoid the pains, distrsss and dangers of cAi'dbear
ing, are earnestly entreated to calm their bars, al
lay their nervousness, and soothe their way by
the use of this most extraordinary vegetable pro !
dudion. Those ho will candidly observe its
virtues, must approve of it in their hearts; every
kind snd affectionate husband will feel it his most
solemn duty lo alleviate Ihe distress his wife is
exposed to. by a safe and certain method, which
is, this Mother's Relief.
Keep Your Feet Drt Remember, tn pre-
serve health. Ihe feet should be kept dry, and tbat
the Oil of Tannin renders leather water-proof and
doubles its durability. Also used fur harness and
fc-AII the above articles are sold by Comstock
A Bijothkr, 69 Second street, 81. Louis, and Dr.
Wm R. Snelson, Fayette.
May 27. 1848. U-6in
Pinal settlement. .
NOTICE ia hereby given to all creditors and
others n.teresied in the estate of James
Alexander dec 'd, that the undersigned Executor
Wll. anolv at the nevt form i.r ,h. P. r
fiV 1 "' F"urth Monday in November next, for a
"-"ic.uciii ui nis aoministration.
n , JOHN ALEXANDER, Executor.
October 5, 1843. 3l-4t.
NFiiiaFseiTlenien I. "
OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
will apply at the November Term (Fourth
Monday) of the Randolph County Court, for a final
settlemen of his administration on tha estate of
Mary Jackson, deceased.
JOHN JACKSON, Administrator.
October 26, 1848 M4
NOTICE is hereby given to all creditors and
others Interested in the estate of Robert G
Sherwood, deceased, that the undersigned. Admin,
islrairix will apply at tha next regular term of tho
Randolph County Court, Fourth Monday ia No
vember next, for a fin.) aettlement of her admin.
BLANK DEEDS, and Juiiov Ri.-k. r.u. ..1
at this office. Blanks of every description printed
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