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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RETURNS
THE POrtn-AB VOTE. Polk. 46,103 27,334 53,030 4,843 18,049 29,841 227,25 4 37,495 167,215 G.069 32,076 49,570 39,277 50,034 41.854 37,740 13,782 25.S97 9.546 139.917 149,061 70,181 41 360 57,920 27,703 Clay. 34,672 17.66G 67,062 7,323 2G-778 32.S42 231,867 39,318 161,203 6,257 35,984 43.677 43,232 3.054 42,115 26,084 12.0S3 19.864 5,504 C0.030 Gi;255 155,113 67,867 30,634 45,528 24,237 Scat. Maine, N. Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, N. Carolina. S. Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Illinois, Michigan, ' 4 66 4,421 10,830 it 3,978 1,943 15,491 131 3,126 8,050 2,106 1,3S8,0G3 1,301;549 Estimated from Congressional vote, ISO CUllE, NO ANCERS, all Linda of ULCEROUS SORES, 1VIHTE SWELLING, CHRONIC RHEUMA TISM. SCROFULA, TUMOURS, WENS, SORE LEGS, Chronic Diseases of the LIVER; TETTER, SCALD HEAD, GLANDULAR SWELLINGS, CARBUNCLES, GOITRE, and all Cutaneous Diseases. Jftiit WARNE begs leave to inform the pub jLV c, that he has taken up his residence at White Hall, in the County of Fayette, Tennes see, five miles from Sommerville, on the road leading to Memphis, where he will at all times be happy ta be consulted in any of the above cases. He wishes all particularly to under stand, that he does not profess to cure every person that may bo afflicted wilh the herein mentioned diseases, neither does he ascribe to himself the honor of having discovered some great CURE ALL, but the treatment will be varied according to the disease. He will be a- ble on examining the patient, to say whether a enre can be effected or not. Perhaps it might be necessary further to state the meaning of "No cure, no pny," as it appears on enquiry to have many meaning?, or rather subjected to innumerable alterations in the present day. In giving the above exp'anation he would simply say he demands no money in advance; neither for medicine or attendance, unless a cure is performed. Consequently you need not be un der any apprehension of being put to an ex pense without receiving any benefit. He will not trouble you with references of capacity, c., but will refer you to the subjoined certifi cates lately obtained in this and adjoining coun tics. Any person who maybe desirous of as certaining the veracity of his assertions can ea sily obtain the desired information by applying to any of the undersigned signatures attached to the certificates. - All letters must be post paid, otherwise they will not be taken out of the office. White Hall, Nov. 19, 1S44. n49 ly. To all that are lflicted. MY wife, Mrs! McCoy, has been afflicted with a Cancel in the Breast for four years and up wards. During that time I have applied to a great number of Physicians, who all ptonoun ced her incurable, and the expense has been fo great on me as to render it impossible to J have procured any further atd. She had en- tire iy ucrjiuiicu u: reuci auu kiycu nci sen up lie, until I met with Dr. Warne, whotoldj t - - : ,1 7 i:.f . ,i k r i to d me he could cure her. He immed ately com menced, and in the space of five months, thro' tiie blessing of God, succeeded in curing her. I would say to all that are so unfortunate as to be diseased with such stubborn complaints, ap ply and get cured. SPRNCE McCOY. Tipton County, near Randolph, Tenn., 13th June, IS 14. WE whose names are annexed, are personally acquainted with Mrs. McCoy and know she has been greatly afflicted for several years with what was universally believed to be an incura ble Cancer. But happily for her and her dis tressed family, she called in Dr. Warne. who has succeeded, in the course cf some five months in performing a most unexpected and extraor dinary cure. Rev. PEYTON SMITH, Covington, J. E. CLARK. Sheriff, LEONARD SMlTHj near Fortersville, J. A. 1ACKSON; X!. B. LYLES, Concordia, Fayette. 3. II. BORUM. Covington, Col. W. POTTER, near Randolph, CHAS. C. ARCHE, ANDRE vV YARERO, E. R. SMITH, I hereby certify that my wife, Nancy Willis. l.n a linnn nlHlnlnl In . I I wnnnon,i f,. t,- I cancer on ner nose and lace, which was extrcmp v nnln. fulattime3. In its early stage Dr. Connell ana ur. lorryann, of North Carolina, exam- ". 7'?' " uul' " year iojo n be- 5d nrnZ eUpCRranCe ain and conJin- ed growing until it was operated upon by Dr. venft seeing to do tlT L uuder nis care about two mocths and n row days. I now believe it to be perfectly well ..v.-.. w nas oeen tor iht? lasv ytttr. x ouiu recommend all d.seased with Caccers to employ Dr. Warne, for I bo - lieve Uim competent to make sound cures, if arv. . i a . 'N. W. WILLIS, near Somerville. n . . . A-ajeao vo., lenn., Uct.y ith, 1 dn K.roW '..:ft. x i -. - mm x naj u. x uinour on iy neaaoi nf.een or twenty years' standmj lhat at times it was very troublesome and pain , iui, wiiicn ior thg last two or ueeo growing very fast, until it had reached the sixo of a hen s egg. which was removed by Dr. Wamo in the early part of July ast. J It j now cured up perfectly smooth, and I believe it to be radically cured. ROLLINS TURNER, ear Sommerville. tayette Co. Tenn., Oct., 1844, My daughter. Tolly Lyles, in February laM had a Scald Head, so lhat she lost all bir with the exception of a little on the fcrv part or the head. I have seen a great many, but nev er saw one so uau ueioie as uns. ur, Warno made a perfect cure of it in the space cf twe months. It is now six months since it has been well, and her hair is perfectly restored as be. fore. IL B. LYLES, Concordia, Fayette Co. NovembsrC, 1S41. - . , 3,632 58,311 1 wish through the medibm of the press to in form the public that my daughter, Elizabeth Tally, has had two sore legs tor tnese last years and upwards and has been coatinually very painful. I applied to Dr. Warne and en- j u.c ;mii;A7,: nri rirrintei;;e3ce, have t to ihi merely tor m:iu a. oeiiL'ti t uiu. & the benefit of tho-e that a re afflicted, that :hcy lay know where k apply for ai4. . HUGH L. O- TALLi , Near Randolph. Tipton Co., lenn. . m July 8, 18-14. I " V. TAMES WRIGHT, Sr Near Portersville, Tipton Co., lenn August 1, 1841. My wife, Prisdlla Garvin, had for the last 25 vpart a verv laree breasts. I called Dr. Warne and he took it out without the aid of any knife, in the abort epace of 8 hours; it being as large as a person a two fists, and with no more pain man a onsier.wouiu have given her, and that pain continued no loncer than one hour. Such way of taking out UVnI bavfi never seen or heard of before. I should recommend all that have such things not to hesitate any longer for fear of the knife, but call on Dr. Warne and have them taken out with a single application and little or no suf fering. Had such an opportunity presented itself, I would have had it taken out 20 years agO. illLiAUX VjrJX ii.", Sept. 14, 1814. Near Macon, Fayette Co. Ten Wo. thn undersigned, were witnesses to the above. S P. HERAPATH, CORDELIA PEARCiJ. WM. ALLEN. 1 hereby certify that I was taken ill some time in last January with an eruption ot the skin, broken out all over my body, so that was obliged to keep my bed. I sent for Dr Warne and he cured nio in a very short time and restored me to perfect health. S. W. TROBAUGH, Near Randolph, Tipton Co. Tcnn February 4, 1844. I hereby certify that I had the Scrofula, com monly called the King's Evil. It broke out on me in July last. I called in a Physician; he said he could do nothing for me. I then heard of V Warne, and sent for him to know his opinion respecting my case. He told me very frankly my advanced age labored very much against me. but if I would follow his instructions he would try what could be done. In the short space of three months he has succeeded in performing a cure and has restored me to my usual health. EFHRAIM BROWN, near White Hall, November 8, 1814. Fayette Co., Tcnn. My son, Randolph Pcarce, has been afflicted for these last six years with a chronic disease of the Liver. His appearance has been for some years that cf clay or a earthy color, and very much debilitated, not able to do any kind of work. I had despaired of ever seeing him well again. I called in Dr. Warne, and he is now nearly well aud able to work. He has increasad in the last three weeks fourteen pound and in appearance is not like the same person. Dr. Warne' s treatment' differs from any I haye seen, and his success has been unprecedented in all cases that he has undertaken, which are fully known in thia vicinity. CORDELIA PEARCE, Near White Hall, Nov. 10, 1844. Fayette Co., Tenn JLegal Interest Table. Exhibiting the legal rate of interest allowed in the dif- lerenl is (ate j and 1 erritories within the United State wilh the punishment inSieted for usury in eaiii State.' Maine, G per cent., punishment for usury for- feit of the debt or claim. New Hampshire, G per cent., forfeit of thrP- - . ' i,mes the amount unlawfully taken Tr - Vermont, 6 per cent., recovery in an action with costs. Massachusetts & ner cent.. f.irftit nfiKr.n. lout the usury. Rhode Island, 6 per cent., forfeit of the usu- ry and interest on the debt. Connecticut, 6 per cent., forfeit of th whniA debt, - ' New York, 7 per ct., usurious contracts yoid. New Jersey, 7 per cent., forfeit of the whni debt. , Pennsylvania, 6 per cent, forfeit of tha whole debt. Delaware, 6 rercent., forfeit of tho whola debt. Maryland, C, and on Tobacco contracts 8 per cent., usurious contracts void. Virginia, 8 per cent , forfeit double tho usu ry taken, North Carolina. 6 per cent., contracts for usury void, forfeit double the usury. South Carolina, 7 percent., forfeit of inter est and premium taken, with costs to debtors. Georgia, 8 per cent., forfeit of three time the usury, and contracts voH. J AilBA3IA 8 Per cet., forfeit of interest and USUT iuississirpi, b per cent., on contract mn, 8ince Januar7 1S1; n loaned money bv contract as high as 10, usury rCCov, wt L ""'-est 6, and :T 1 as Deyond that con- - " ,JCi tin usurious contracts void Kentcckt, 6 per cent . usurv k U red with rM., F y be reco?- I r. r. f ii ill. iiMr rnnr am : . SfP.llhigh " 1U fenalty of sry a fine of luuuuie the PxrpR3. T L "r; :r.V- P". ,cePV ln"y. three-fold the wnoie interest. Missouri, 6. rd by agreement n bii per cent.; Wynnd that, forfeiture of the in'ert-ht duo and usury taken. as 10 whole WrciiGAN 7 percent., forfeit the usury ta v . a s u per ccm., by agreement anv rate not i xceedng 10, amount of usury recov-erabh-, but contracts yoid. District or Columbia, 6 per cent., usurious contracts void. , : Florida, S per cent, forfeit of interest and excess in case cf usury. V . . owl? T'-l f6 hy aSreentf not over 14, forfeit, ueble the excess. Iowa, the same as in Wisconsin. On debts or judgments in favor of the Uhited Siatesin erest ts computed at the rate of 6 4Tcen," per annum. ; cent. I hereby certify that Dr. Warne has taken ou aYartyWeen fom my shoulder ,n the .h space of 24 hours without the aid of the knife, and my sufferings during the time of the epp 1, aim uj o ki;ffr h'aster WO II Id Liiaii a ii - CELEBRATED FAMILY MEDIC 1 WES! B. A. FAILNESTOCK'S VERMIFUGE. o 53 O I in 02 U. A. FATINESTOCM. s A certain cure for Worms. h " uctc. hitherto onparalleled. Tctp TVnnietor has made it a point to aace, ream , v, nfitm in .irh cases as came with- in hi knawlede and observation aunng me iasi --. . l 9 k . .1 to. .;tv.., .nv n(rmanent aavanta?e. inis laci i attested bv the certificates and statements of hundreds of respectable persons in different parts ------- - i u n: or the eouniry, which cau uc-sccu uj -aiu..e the proprietors or their authorized agents; and should induce families always to keep a vial of thp nrenar&tion in their possession. It is mild in its operation, and may be administered with nerfect safety to tne most aencaie miant. . . f- -r:.t jfrice co cems per B. A. Fahnestoclt's Anti-Bilious Pillt. tt.ttt- nnw stood the test of sixteen vears. and il&v- , i , V. e nriwpA thpni tn hA n snfa and val .rhirremedyin Intermittent, Remittent, and Bilious Fever, Jaundice, Bilious Cholic, Indi gestion, Dropsy. Dysentery, Bilious Vomitings, - - , u r;n . it I tion whicn nas oeeu rhiu uj xina, iV an th have Once useameui, reuu"' mc pumisuinj fIft nnr.ierius certificates in their favor unne cessary. To prevent counterfeiting, they are now pnt up in a red Ayio-rapaic wrapper. Price 25 cents for a Box containing 30 Pill s. B. A. Fahnestock' L.iqQia jpoaeiao. This Linuid Opodeldoc differs entirely irom the common Opodeldoc. It is warm and attcnu- atinw and will be round peculiarly serv.ceable ;n Phonmatic and tiooiy anecuons, ouuutrss oi the neck or joints. Numbness, Cramps, Sprains, 1 Bruises, &c. It may asso oeappueu ior suuuen heait rh. tooth ache, recent burns and scalds, where the skin is not broken: pinches ana wounds nder the nails will ne speenuy reueveu Dy u. Price 25 cents per Vial. Oomstock & Co's. Pneamontc, or Coogh Balsam. This preparation has proved itself to be of very jrreat efficacy in the cure of obstinate Coughs Colis, Asthma, Whooping uougn, cpming of Blood, and other pneumonic attections; and the proprietors feel warranted in recommending it as a safe and usetut meaicine, ana are prepared to show certificates or inaispuianie auinorny, m testimonv of its value. It is pleasant to the taste and offered at so low a price as to place it with in the reach of every person. Ibere are perhaps but few Cough preparations, that will produce such decided effects in so short a time. Price 25 cents per Vial. B. A. Fahnestock & Co's., Cartnlnltive Lozenges, Have cured hundreds of the Bowel Complaint, while not an instance has ye come 10 our knowl edge in which they have failed. They will cer tainly and speedily allay morbid irritability of the bowels, restore the checked perspiration, and in a short time cure tne most inveterate case of Diarrhoea, Chronic Dysentary, or habitual looseness. Price 2o cents per box. B. A. Fahnestock & Co's., Coogh Lozenges, Possess all the vinues of the best Cough Syrups and bemj composed of vegetable extracts in a concentrated form, are very convenient to carry in the pocket, while they are not liable to injury by freezing:, fermentrtion or breakage. Both the above Lozenges are pleasant to the taste. Price 25 cents per hox. B. A. Fahnestock & Co's., Eje Water, for the cure of inflamation of the eyes. Tins Eye Water has prsved itself to be a val uable remedy for diseases of the Eyes, arising from mtation produce! trom sand, dust and other foreisn substances acrid vapors expo sure to intense heat blows sudden changes of temoerature colds absortion of scrofulous- small pox, and otner virulent, matters: also the effects of scarlet and .other levers. Price 25 cents per Vial. B, A. Fahnestock & Co's.' Rubefacient. External applications for a certain class of inflammatory affections, have been in constant use and hiffh favor, from the commencement of the healing art to this time, and the proprietors of the above medicines, natter themselves that they have at length discovered a combination that embraces all the properties requisite to cure complaints in which stimulants are usually em ployed. , The Rubefacient is an emolient, and at the same time a powerful and permanent sit oiulant The comp!aini for which it is principally used, are Chronic Rheumatism, Glandular Swellings. Sore Throat, Bruises, Spnins, and all other complaints that require the external application of stimulants. It is equally efficacious in many affections of horses and cattle : such as sprains, bruises, ring-bone, spavin, etc., etc. Price 25 cents per Vial. For sale by E. A. Talbot, Holly Springs Miss. J. M. & Wm. G. Wright. La Grange, Tenn Wm. G. Wilkerson, Somerville. Tenu., and J. St. W. McNeal, Bolivar, Tcnn. May 22, 1844. nl6,6m. Table Showing the total number of members of the House of itepresentatives of the United States, by the different ratios since the adoption of the ConsiitutMn. Year. Ratio Members. G5 105 141 181 121 242 223 , 1793 Fixed by the Constitution 1793 33,000 1S03 33,000 1S13 &5.000 1823 40.000 1833 47,700 1843 70.690 mi MP! To. i r , -u. fi - -luiore existing under at iiirraii n n t a a c - dissolV l "'" .. Q"n is this day ih r : Jif, V,u,uai sent. The piaciice of A A7n" rV"e.COnUDned "4er the firm of -y UU.UASSON. I - - 1 . : . JAMES MARSDEN October 23; 1341. JDl QUILLS. I ryr.wr. V A !EIS)a - rfnfcLh. firm of Marsdcn & OnillU u i- Messrs. Rfarr.,r",CHl 01 "hohUo asson, whom T '""j cuommend to friends. . . . 1 1 it j-Ak r if v-vm UU JL UUffl ma . 1 rAaTtrooaPe f ay October 30,; 1844. B39.4V, 1) j 4 "" I - II. II fifteen years, and he mvanaoiy iouna u io pro- vjc,mty: we iherelore depend entirely upon ducethemost salutary effects; nor unfrequently , persons to recomend them viva voce, tfrr Ttr1v all the ordinary preparations recom- ,r . , . ,. mdSftwirm.. had beenpre'viou sly resorted but those who haye neyer used these Medi- DR. SIMMONS' Waretable JLiver medicine, WHICH is so well known as a remedy fnr nil kinds of liver complaints, and . .. ... .t . . dispositions inai originate stale ot inactivity of the J - nch as chronic and accute inflama- uyci j: . t iu linn fiftheUver, uiacpam, siwucuuauic, sourness of - stomach, loss of appetite, low. neS3 OI Spirits, cuuiib, wujiiicumj ucu. utu ALSO, HIS &OUTIIEIW TOJVIC. A safe and certain cure for all kinds o Female diseases, and weakness, or genera debility from any cause. AND ALSO, HIS RHEUMATIC MEDICINE. A never failing remedy for the Rheumatic Pains, in all its different stages and varieties There are a great many living witnesses 0 ma neaiuig euecis oi tnese meaicme? in this m. m m a. C'fl" uwv. w auam ui iclcivimk any jiurv from them, for they, in common witl .n ODJ medicines are Durelv verretahle anA . . . " o " jlperfectly harmless. -r For sale by DR. L. SAWYER. n31 3m. Hclly Springs Mississippi. DR. CHAMPION'S Veg e tab I e Jlgue MEDICINE F..ncI" IN ALL ITS COMPLICATED FORMS; also, AN EFFECTUAL BEMEDT FOR FE VERS OF EVEET DESCEIPTlOS. iur . nuraaer oi years, in extensive prac tice, curinjT which tune he has treated some thousands of cases of Fever, and from the sue cess in this mode of practice, he is confident it mus and will be the prevailing practice in Fe vers, it never fails to cure the Chill and Fever the first day. Bilious, Typus, Nervous, conges tive and winter fevers, all vield to the ue nf this medicine, and are cured by this system of practice, in a shorter time, and with much more certainty than any other system of practice that ims ever oeen recommcnaea a certificate from Dr. Julius S. Taylor, a practi- i sing t nysician. cARnoLLTox, montgosieby county omo. I do hereby certify that I am personally ac quainted with Dr. champion and also acquainted with his system of practice in Fevers, and I am of opinion that his system of practice surpasses any that has ever been recommended. I do ear U Y f d effectual remedy. nestly recommend it to all persons laboring un Dec. 25, 1942. JULIUS S. TAYLOR. Dr. F. Champion. Dear Sir: I have been af flicted with the chill and fever about eight months during my residence in Michigan. I become much swelled, a large Ague cake in my side, se vere pain in my oack and side. My appetite was "one, countenance sallow, and I was very much 3.. matPf, For thfi r I tried a number o Mm-i: .U ntKirh fniiort. and af;er I came to this place, I got a box of your Vegetable Ague Pills and took a part ot ttiern according to direc lions, which cured me effectually. My brother was aso taken with the chills and fever, he took the balance of the box of Pills, which cured him immediately. Yours with respect, Cincinnati, "April 12, 1842. JOHN SEARS. frr- Each Box contains twenty-four Tills, 12 of which are sufficient to cure any ordinary case of chill and fever. A pamphlet accompanies each box, with full directions, and ample certificates of the efficacy of this medicine. Price Reduced to 1,C0 per Box. ALSO, DR. CHAMPION'S VEGETABLE Anti-Bilious, Anti-Dyspeptic, Purifying &. Cath artic tills, possessing tour important combin ed properties for the cure of diseases, careful ly and correctly combined, one article to assist the effect of another tor the benefit 01 the health of mankind. THIS medicine is recommended to the attention of those afflicted with the Liver complaint, Dys pepsia, Dropsy, Bilious habits, cholera morbus, rheumatism, scrofula, foul stomach, depraved appetite, worms, cordialgea,' which is known by a sinking sensation at the pit of the stomach, Jaundice, headache and sick stomach, palpitation of the heart, diarrhoea, nervous affection, dysen tery or flux, heart-burn, whiteswelling, and all those diseases arising from impure blood. PRICE 25 CENTS PER COX. The above Medicines are for sale at R. P. Lewis' Drug Store, South Side of the square. Holly Springs, May I, 1S44. nI3, tf Toothache ! ! Toothache ! ! ! Who would be troubled with this tormenting pain, when it can be cured without extracting the Teeth! VEGETABLE TOOTHACHE ELIXIR, Certain and Immediate Cure Da. Lacount having appointed several agents for tbe sale of his valuable Drops, for the cure of the Toothache, can with confidence recommend it as an infallible cure in all cases, however severe, giving relief in & very few minutes, and thai too without any injury to the Teeth or Gums. It possesses the property - ol enlivening the Gums, when in a morbid state, and of restoring a heal thy and vigorous action. This medicine acts in such a manner as to deaden the nerve of the tooth which is the only way that it can be effectually cured without extracting. The proprietor has known this remedy tried in more than twenty successive cases, and did not tiu to cure in either case. One phial of the Drops, which cost but 50 cents, is sufficient to cure from 15 to 20 cases of Toothache. Hundreds of persons have declared that they would not be without a phial of these Drops for 20 dollars- Price; 50 cents per phial. OO-For sale by E. A. Talbu, Druggist, Holly Springs. may 15. 1941. Cmn 15. I! 11 ir it ii. il c A CERTAIN REMEDY FOR CHILLS & FEVER. IMPORTANT CAUTION. THE public are hereby cautioned against beinsr imposed upon by paying in these hard times one dollar and twenty-five or one dollar and fift 9 cents for a box of pills or a bottle of any kind of medicine to cure chilis and fevers, when a box of Hull's Fever & Ague and Anti-Fever pills, can be had for only One Dollar that have never failed . . . C .1 I ! 1 1 n a amzie instance ui curing me emus and Fe ver, when ussd , according to , the directions ac companying them. Kemember this, and next time get Hull's Pills, and thereby save your half a dollar. (ttrFor sale by E. A. Talbot. D Holly Spring. t may 15, 1844. 6m nl5. lll- "Proye all things, and hold last that which is good." l'AUL. THESE Tills have now become teh domestic m;.in of almost everyfamily. They are considered by all who have given them a trial to be the most pleasant, safe, and effectual medi- cine in use they have me sanction nm ohh,u" of tlm mnt omincnt Phvsicians who have adopt cd them in their practice, purchase mem Dy wie rinTon hnt nfthe anrents. administer mem iu thir nnti'nnt and recommend them as beiiiff su- perior to any other vegetable fill before the public. They are not only vegeiaDie in name uwi in substance, and act as a friend to nature in all her operations. They may be taken by persons of any age; and tb feeble and the infirm, the nervous and delicate are strengthened by their oneration: because they possess tonic and rcsto ative properties, independent of their apparent effects. And females will 6nd them to be deci dedly the best medicine in use fur the complaints peculiar to their sex. in sick headache, costive ncss and bowel complaint, they stand unrivalled The habituUy costive should -tiot fail to give them a trial, as their action is entirely ditterent from most mtdicine recommended tor this com plaint, and thev leave the bowels in a fino and healthy state, as may be seen by the following certificates. The following Is from' Mr. lsaao M. Thomas, Mcr chant, at Taladea Springs, Alabama. Taladega Springs, I'aladega county Ala. August 17, 1844. This is to certify, that I have been afllicted with sick headache, dyspepsia, and Liver Com plaint, and Costiveness for the last eight or nine years, during which time I had taken, as well as I recollect, about sixty boxes of Beckwith's Tills, twelve boxes of Peter's Pills, and a number of boxes of Champion's and Brandreth's Pills, all of whicnanorded me but little or no relief. At last I was recommended to try Dr. Spencer's Vegeta ble Pills, and well I did; for I never had but one attack of the sick head acho after commenced taking the Pills, (now about six months,) and I candidly confess, that I have derived more real benefit from the use of Spencer's Pills, than from all the other medicines and Pills that I have ev er taken, and I would earnest'y recommend them to all, as being in my opinion, the beet medicine in use for all lingering complaints. The Pills have done me so much good, that I would not feel willing to' be without them fur five dollars a hox; and I cannot but feel very grateful to Dr. Spencer for having prepared such a valuable med iciue, and tha distribution of it is conferring a very great favor on the public, as it is a thing of the utmost importance that every family should have a supply of Dr. Speucer's truly valuable pills constantly on hand. Isaac M. Thomas Tompkins BlufT.Sumpter Co. Alabama, Jan. 4, 1843. Dr. A . Spencer: Dear Sir. I wish you to forward me a largo supply of your Pills, I don't think ttOO boxe-too large a quantity to send. I sold 1G0 boxes the last six months, they are the mot popular Pill in this place. For Bilious complaints, sick head ache, dyspepsia, costiveness and such liko dis eases they are considered almost an infallible remedy. I have been agent for Dr. Peter's pills and formerly sold a large amount yearly. But I now sell three dozen of your Tills to one of his. My customers think them superior to Tetcrs or any other Pills. Respectfully yours, O. C.KELSEY. fjcBa careful to enquire for b'pencer's Vegeta ble Pills, price 25 cents per box, 07-For tale by 15. A. Talbot, Holly Springs, Miss., and on en quiry can be found in every town in the State. JIJ 13, 1 34. nl5 em. DR. HULL'S Cough Lozenges are now rapi ly superceding all oLher preparations for the relief o' coughs, colds, asthma, whonnint? cough, catarrh; tightness of the chest, bronchit is, and similar pulmonary affections. Hundreds of persons could now be pointed out who have been troubled with an old linerin cough from five to twenty years, and who have been entirely cured by using lw or threo boxes of these Lozenges. In fact, the proprietors have never known an instance where they did not give peneci saiisi&cuon. budden colds and coughs are cured by them in a few hours. Several thousand boxes have been sold within the last few months, restoring to health persons in almost every stage of Pulmonary affections and those laboring under the most distressing colds and coughs. They do not check and drv up the cough, but render it easy, promote expec toration, relieve congestion, allay the tickling or irritation, and remove the proximate or exci ting cause. They are made from a combination of the most valuable expectorant, or cough med icines, and are undoubtedly superior to cverv thins in use for those complaints. Ilundro.l! upon hundreds of certificates have been offered r.C . I : .) r - c .1 1 ... incir wuuuenui viriuus, irum inuso w no. It is justly thought have been saved from an untimcU grave, ana restored to. perlect health by using iuem. - Death itself has already dc-Drived of Ufa ':. its hundreds and its thousands, whom this valuable medicine mijrht have saved if it had onlv been taken in time. How important it is, then, that every individual should attend to thocurin" ofa cough, which has such a powerful tendency to undermine tho constitution before the least dan ger is suspected. The delay ofa few days often proves fatal. No medicine will bo touad more efficacious than these Lozenge: thiv nr pleasant to the tasto as sugar candy. rnce, o cents per oox, with, directions. Also Dr. Hull's - Are tho surest and safest Worm Destroying mcd icino ever disc, vered. - It it estimntr.,1 ; . 1 . 11 .. 1 . . tne united mates, 100,000 Children Die Ann.li rnm t, . (T" T . J -ci.v ui t urrai aione. This vat mnr. tality can be almost entirely nrni nrln.I It.. . I. . nun , teieuraiea ioznges. FrSOns are very often afflicted with -.u V auu re ooctorea tor various complaints w.UIUUb a,.jr uenent; wnen one or two dose of wouia speedily cure them. They are an infallible remedy, and so pleasant to the .1 tLa,th,Idren wi,J tok lheri &s readily as V"V, "uum," common peppermint LozcriTe. Thousand, and tens of thousands pino away - - - w. fcu DVlflU 71.. . nVtit V-.T j r . ' nansea, unnatural op ffK?-S'7.e"f? ton,"h ot limb,, sense of some ' To parents wo fim .tt j I ,,uul l"ese lozenges at any F'errtCfnt?. P.er k?.'wlth fall directions hnt iur'Z:?'!?1 oPngs by E. A. Tal HdI'iCt " carciul to enquire for Dr iiUi .L?"?S:es:asthere are many others offer- m::!aJe iriatdOEOtl'?sscsa the virtues ot bis .v.UC3. flxay 10, 1844.-Cm nl5. PETERS' PiLLS. V fresh supply or genuine PETERS PILLS t supply o'gcsni ;ceived a nH Tn - jusi receiveo andforaa it n t- najr., ie44.-nl0. tf. ir. lau 1 r - H1W rTmH--ZP---i rplIIE subscribers hS tejrfrtr J- eablihed new tail 2SS- l"ge Shops in this p:ac- will do nil kiniJsot warriuge repairing nt th shortest notice, -low for cash. L. Simms, &. 1'fiOTnsr.t Holly Spring!?, Feb. U, 18 H. n2,tf TO FAMILIES & INVALIDS! The following Indipenab!e family reme dies may be found nt the dm-; Mon, and toon nt every country More in U.i Mat?. Itemembrr and never pet thorn unl-y t:;, y have tho faoMmile kiguature oi s n - s ' . . 1. Dy the eanie names are base impoflitions aiul cn1: tlf fi;ita. If tho merchant nearest you ban ihem 1 .,.t, urge him to procure them at 71 Mwdtn-hmr, i!,e, next lime ho visits New York, or to wii;tj t'.r th No family thould Le a vetli without thrne teautlin BALM OF COLUMBIA, FOR Tin: HA! It, which will atop V it' falling out, or rcatoro it ;.: placer ; and on .fiiUren make i. prow ri'iiliy, t o: those whe hava lout llie hair from any cause. ALIi VIJRMIN tlmt infi-st the ht-adu of clu' Ittri in echofs, nre prevented or killed by it at owe. Find the nnme of '(iJfr 'jfaf&O ,n ,t, or never try It. f.emtmlcr thii uheuyi. RHEUMATISM, and fSJ; positively curt' I, nnJ nil hi in Ui . fi ,' : and h:;,' $ oro restored, in tlio old or yoiui;r, ly tho Jm.u.v Vegetable I.mtia imp Nerve and ISu.nf. Limvfm' but never without the inino cf Cti t )( k vt Co. j. i 1 arc wiioiiy -rvfii.eo, t'l ;-uvtnnn ti inn niiarh fi. 1 ii.. . 1 .. vtrncd if th ni!,,rk ir come on, if you iihe tho tmly truo Hays' Limvj T,fr) 3 1 i aod cverv thi"C relieved ly il t!mt lufini u m arj appiicutian. It ucia like a tLarm. A an t: M.I IIOHSKS that have Kimy.Hor.p, : Wind-dallf, At., are currii !y Uorrs' ."i k. ik' Founder Oitument. Mutk this, all ho.-heiu.-u 1 tractor fialvc 'I'he hum ftir,, iciNi-dy ever iovriiicj I. r all n w or !J ri! l: : ii r V and sines, thousands. will lake out all rain in ten injuuie. and 110 failure. Il w'll cuts the P7 LIN'S SH lFAfl PI A.QTr.lS A bruer nud more iiiet nnd m:ielo 1. ever v tit made. All i!iou!d wviir liuin re,;i:!nr!y. n.3?i's rj,HEi:tA.fu: inrn:i;';i oil the uiiieiilt: of pul.ji.iiuii) iLe iou:v in .,'rue f th? ;:iulaut j.rnjeii'.'e, vhieti has ii.f .rniej 40 many dmnkunU. To he t:Med vv b LIN'S PILLS, tninw.T 10 !! ij:Iiti fur ele:m 11' Ihe t-y;:w-m an ft lh Innrt'itit (!'. et. mi; lluj lilood, and I'.i nil irreyulariiii s r.f i,r !..) U, irul the c'T:enil l.enliii.' - iirec Dr. L.nN Vk Ctl3-VJ 6f.Kjfi V mitiire, thus : " " tiiiLsi le i-Si b3 kiy iVa vtjjr tl.?cl :.t d.-zl DR.GPOHN'G HEADACHE REMEDY -will 1 lleetutiHy euro fciek lu-ailnel,-, iiu-t tram iha fU XTjrr;.Tr? .r bilious. Ilundrvdsof fanulic or? "M" 17 ia iiains with grent joy. ul tin? ceT:erii henhi DR. CPOHN'S ELIXIR OF HEALTH, f.r the certain prevention of C IV. 'J 1t nny general eknei ; ki'ej'ing ih tstutnach in m.t pr. feet order, the howeU rru'.ur, nnd a defcrtninrition to tlie sin face. pitin.3 in the t;cne. honisenesn, and are qniddy cured by it. Know t!iU Iv trying Tne I'r. neh J'hiwter it; a sure turp. bhir any shade you wish, but will not color th na e t oik. SARSAPAlliLLA. comstock com. rOUNll EXTRACT. There b no tnhcr i.rcptira. tion of Sartuparilla that enn exceed or opial thi. If you are suro to get Comstock's, you w ill find il superior to all oihers. It does not require puffing. . CELESTIAL BALM OF CHINA. A positivo cure for the piles, and aU external ailings all internal irritations brought to tka urface by friction with thia Bahn; so in cousin, awelled oraoro throat, tightness of tha chest, tliis IJakn applied on a flannel will relieve and cure at onco. ireah wound or old aorea aro rapidly cured Lr is., Dr. JLJnrtltolcmcla'fl J vill prevent or cure n!l meipient cojisutiif) ;.)!!, "1 c tTTI iHli Mil i -in Jli it li irr nuihi it ii In ifc I - n 1 iii taken in tune, and is a delightful remedy, ber tho name, and gel Coins lock's. Keiiicnt. KOLMSTOCK'S VERWIFBOE a: eradicate an a.' r, . j j - 1 m ciuUrcn or a . . II I i J T et . .... ,.t,.' ;tf widi a certainty quito aatonihhins. h U the tame that made by Fahnestock, and sells 'ith a mpidi'.f almost incredible, by Comttock J- Co. Now Yok. TOOTH DROPS. KUNirS-euro eCectua'dy. EntMBdnerfw.IInBtoftrtfrfCunerH.il. in tl, fir 1M:. yf ,'' i- Co.. in 111 Cl'-ik'noltir ol 0i Boullierti lJi.-tr.i l u( iNow i - By applying to our ajjenta in each town and village, papers may be had free, blowing tho w1 respectable namea in the country for thews fucts, that no one can fail to believe tlitm. CO- Ue anre yoa call for our articles, nnd not be pat off with any stories tht olh.-rs are n good. HAVE Tiller. OR NONE, ahoulJ be your mottoanJ Vtut never can le true arul aiwint without our name to them. All these articles to had wholesale and retail only of us. 71 MaidouLane, New York, and of onr agnU For Sale Wholesale nnd Retail by On tock & Ilamsey 3'i Magazine St., New Or leans; at Holly Springs by ll. P. Lewis and E. A. Talbot) at Hernando bv S. Carmichad and at La Grange Tenn., by Alsrj, Wfis1.1: ' February 7,1311.1,201. fi '