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'SPEAKING IN GLASGOW.
The friends of Gen. Taylor should bear in mind that Messrs. Tompkins and Leon ard will spoak in Glasgow on Saturday, 80th ult. Sec other appointments of Mr. Leonard in to-day's paper. TREASON TO PARTY, TREASON ' TO COUNTRY. Our readers w ill recollect that Thos. E. Birch, formerly of this county was chosen representative, for Clinton county, at the August election. The county has hereto fore been pretty equally divided, but gen erally conceded to the democracy. Those who knew Mr. Birch, felt satisfied, when he was announced, that Clinton county was safe for the whigs for a small majority could not withstand his eloquence and abil ity. Tlio sequel proved that they had not been deceived in their man. Tho rejoicings of his whig friends, was only exceeded by tho ravings of tho democracy, at the result. The Platte Argus took his election very much to heart, and has taken the trouble to list the democrats, who voted fur him, as well as those who did not vote, and gives them the following blizzard:- "We cannot forego the assertion that demo crats, who fold (heir arms in tranquility, and per mit the enemy to gain a victory over iheir friends and their principles, are guilty of moral treason to "friends, principles and country. Lei the mark ol Cain rest upon them. Let them go where they belong to the plice provided for arrant traitors and political charlatans, to be cursed by those whom they have betrayed, and scoffed at by those who have mere ly used them as pliant tools to subserve a bad cause whose sun lately went down at Philadel phia, there to remain forever." There! Is not that well done? Have not the traitors been amply punished for their moral treason in voting for a whig? Fools they were to use their eyes to see, and ears to hear the truth spoken. But the Argus men are not done with them yet; they announce they intend to preserve the list; and if need be publish it at a proper time. And for what? Because, says that paper, If there be any office seekers in it they can rest assured that, il ever they show their diminished heads, the day of resurrection is at hand! and they will be dealt wit'n according to their meriis! We now let the curtain fall, and the shade of oblivion cover them and their iniquities, and may the liver Styx roll its gentle waves over them henceforth; at least until (hey shall dare to venture from obs ecuiity! O Birch, Birch! How could you subject sixty fellow-beings to the burning mark of Cain and oblivion beneath the gentle waves of Styx! Political Statistics op the U. States the Presidency. The information era bodied in tho following has already ap peared in our columns, but we have been requested to re-publish it, as the rapid ap proach of the nf election has imparted ad ditional interest to the subject. The cal culators, too, are beginning to figure out their estimates, and it is well enough to aupply them with proper data : PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS. Year. No. of Votes. J 844 2.702,549 1840 2.402.658 1830 1,501.208 1832 1.290,498 1828 1,162,418 Majorities of Electoral Votes, Polk over Clay, in 1844 Harrison over Van Buren, in 1840 Van Buren over Harrison, in 1836 Jackson over Clay, in 1832 64 174 87 170 95 Jackson over Adams, in 1828 Recapitulation of the Vote of 1844. Polk's majority over Clav, exclusive of South Carolina 39,340 Maioritv of Polk and Birney over Clav 101,603 Maioritv of Clav and Birney over Polk 22,083 Presidential Election of 1848, The number of the Slates of our Union is thirty. The Congress of the . U. Slates is composed of sixty Senators, and two hundred and thirty Representatives. Each State, in 1848, will be entitled to a Presi dential electoral vote, equal to the number f its Senators and Representatives in Consress. The Electoral Votes of the Stales will be as follows: Slates. No. voles. States. No. vol s .13 23 C 6 12 0 Maine 0 Tennessee New Hampshire 6 Ohio Massachusetts 10 Louisiana 4 Mississippi 0 Indiana 6 Illinois 8 Alabama 17 Missouri U Arkansas 30 Michigan 7 Florida 26 Texas 3 Iowa 9 Wisconsin 10 Rhode Island Connecticut Vermont Maryland Virginia North Carolina New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Delaware South Carolina Georgia 0 7 3 C 3 4 4 4 Kentucky 12 Total Elec. vote 200 Necessary to a choice 140 Election by the People. In the event of no choice by the Elec k-oi rl!piPi iha House of Represents lives, upon which the election would then devolve, would then be divided as follows: Massachusetts, Con necticul. New York. New Jersey Pennsyl vania. Delaware, iwaryianu, worm v,.u..' na, Florida. Ohio, Kentucky 18. n Democrat Maine, v irginia, oou... I Tied Ne ina, Alabama. Mississippi, Louiaiana. Tei as, Arkansas. Tennessee, inaian, ..."" Michigan. Missouri. Wisconsin, Iova-15 w Hampshire, nnooe jsmuu BARNBURNERS. We alluded to tho fact last week, that there was in this countv. manV Kf MV Van Burcn'f old friends who were with him still, and would vote for him, if an elec toral ticket were in the field. Our remark called attention to tho subject, and we learn there are even more who sympathize with the Free Soil movement, than most persons imagine. We see the Barnburners were to hold a meeting last Saturday night, to consult up on what was best to be doner If they con clude to put forth a ticket, and take the field, it will give a new impetus to the Pres. dential canvass, which is dragging along rather heavily, with both parlies in this State. A discussion between a Barnburner and some of our Cassites, Maj. Jackson for in stance, would draw an immense crowd here. ' Fatal Affray. John Jenkins, one of the Editors of the Vicksburg Sentinel, and Henry A. Crabb, had a difficulty recently, which resulted in the death of Mr. Jen kins. Mr. Crabb shot Jenkins, after re ceiving several slabs from him. Mr. Ciioate on the Stump. The Bos ton Atlas announces that Hon. R. Choate will devote a considerable portion of his time between this and the Presidential elec tion to making stump speeches in favor of Taylor and Fillmore. (Or Notice to the Public. Persons wanting gen- une popular Family Medicines, are advised toco to Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine Storfi, corner of nurd and Lhesnut streets, M. Loins, Ko., where hey can find almost every Popular Family Medi cine that is manufactured in tho United Ststes, wholesale and retail, at the cheapest rates: or call on his agent. Dr. Win. R. Snelson, Fayette, who keeps them for sale. tpHeod Am advertisements m another column. FEVERS. Fevers, like every other form of disease, are only an effort of nature to expel from tho body something that is opposed to health; it is merely a struggle between the good and bad humors for supremacy, and the commotion which enues is called Fever. Tho usual symptoms of a Fever are heaviness, anxiety, sighing and yawning, with alternate fits of cold and heat, after which the pa tient complains of pain in the head and back, thirst, difficulty of breathing, pain in the limbs, a sense of fullness about the region of the stomach, nausea and Sickness, with sometimes a vomiting of billious mailer. Wright' Indian Vegetable Pills will be found peculiarly adapted to the cure of all kinds of fe ver, because they not only thoroughly cleanse the stomach and bowels from all billious humors, but they open those excretory vessels which empty in to the bowels; and consequently the impurity con tained in the circulation, (which is the cause of all disordered motions of the blood, called Fevers.) is thrown into the bowels, from whence it is car ried off by the regular alvine discharges. In using Wright s Indian Vegetable nils lor Fevers, the only care necessary is, to have the medicine operate COPIOUSLY BY THE BOW ELS. If the symptoms are urgent, from four to eight pills should be taken, night and morning. until the lever nas suDsiaed. atter wiucn smaller doses, once in twenty-fonr hours, will be sufficient to restore the body to a sound state of health. Beware of Counterfeits. The onlt origi nal AND GENUINE INDIAN VEGETABLE PlLLS HAVE THE SIGNATURE OF WlLLIAM WRIGHT WRITTEN WITH A PEN ON THE TOP LABEL OF EACH BOX. None other is genuine, and to counterfeit this is forgery. The genuine is for sale by Boon, Ialbot Si Smith, sole agents for Fayette: D. C. Champion, Champion's Mill; S. Carrol, Glasgow; I-elix Reuding, Keytesville; M. T. Atkins, Brunswick; and wholesale and retail by Henry Blakslev. St. Louis. Office and general depot, 109 Kace Street, Philadelphia. (O-Beware of travelling Impasters. November Election. For Circuit Attorney 2d Judicial Circuit. CHAS. H. HARDIN, of Calloway. LEWIS W. ROBINSON, of Boone. ROBERT T. PRE WITT, of Howard. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned has obtained from the Clerk of the County Court of Howard County, letters of administration on the estate of Wm. T. Robinson, dee'd, bearing date Sept. 25. 1349. All persons indebted to said estate, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against it, to present them, properly authenticated, within one year from the date of said letters, or they may be pre cluded from havineanv benefit of said estate, and if not presented within three years, they will be forever barred. JOHN W. ROR1NSON, Administrator. September 30, 1848. 30w3 Monthly Ilulletin No. 9. UYSt.MTl.KKV, LLAtvtl' 1102 A, Sic, Positively cur'd in a lew hours. 1 he u rael- enberg Company pledges it- cir to the following tarts: 1. The Graefenberg Dm nlerry Syrup will cure the Diarrhoea, uysjnierry, oic in twenty-four hours. 2. A cure is warranted no matter how bod the case oven if ii.h iiischarfres are bloody and constant. The money is instantly retunuca u a cure is the result. 3. Thousand of ves have been saved oy n use; in some instances where the patients hare been given up. . 4. Numerous testimonials are on me i mo v"", nanu-a nH ena. wllicn WOU1U SailSlV inn must in ereHulno. A letter lust received from Josepn r Hall. Suffolk. Va . contains the following: "itie Dusenierrv Si-run cures in every case." Tho same proof is daily coming in from every Rtnf in tlm ITninn. Tlii most extraordinary medicine should oe resorted in the moment anv bad symptoms appear Seamen, boatmen, travellers, and all others, should have a sunnlv. as its timely use will save lite. Tho M,li,-i,l Funnily are astonished at its power freely confeisieir there is no other medicine at all numl tn h rnmnnrprl with it. THE CHILDREN'S PANACEA is equally effirneioin in all the bowel and stomach complaints of children. No mother or physician hould be without it. . The General Agent for Missouri, and ooujti niirt nr I no ii. is II. nuuuvrinu, oi Louis, to whom applications ir agencies mo be addrassed. n EDWARD BARTON, Secretary. New York, August 1844. Sub-agent, Wm. R. Snelson. Fayette, P S T!. fSrnr.ftnherir Comvanv are desirous nf nrnciirina Ilia service of a re-poclabls female in everv town ii, the Union, in a business whic will h ii.ru lucrative. Bv addressing lue compa ny (No. 50. Broadway. N. York.) poi-pid, par Autumn nnd Winter Goods. BOON, TALBOT & SMITH. H . Fayette, Missouri, AVIiNG commenced re.-etving their extensive and valuable stork for the present and ap proaching seasons, respectfully invite the attention of purchasers to nno of the largest, and In all res pects most desirable, assormenta of mods brought to this county, comprising every variety of FANCY Of STAPLE DRY GOODS, Dvols and Shoes, China. Glass and Ontemncart. Hardvare and Cuttry Iron. Kails, Castings. FAMILY GROCERIES. .e Ac. Determined to transact a permanent business, on n extensive scale, and do our nsrt town Ms ma. ing Fayette a point of attraction Is ourchssnrs. we will at all times be prepared to meet the wants of the country, iry having our shelves and ware houses fully supplied with the most desirable sl)lt and qualities of goods which manufacturers and importers can furnish. Our purchase are. and ill continue to be made, on the best terms, and combining all the advantages which any house in Ibis or neighboring towns enjoy. We assure old and new customers, that our prices will in all cases be as low as the very lowest, our stock r qual to the best, and our uniform principles of business such as to insure the permanent satisfaction and increa sing conhdence ol customers. Our friends and the public will please favor os ltli an examination of our good and prices 11UU.N, TALBOT 6 SMITH. Faye'te, September :ld, 1848. Let all the World Know it. TRUTH IS NO FICTION. r"TMIE subscriber has now on band, nnd offers for .1. sale at bis farm near Cambridge, (formerly Old Jefferson) in Saline county, Missouri, several uusond young rraltcd Apple Scions, of a thriftv rowth, the fruit of which can, with every decree f confidence, be recommended as being of sur passing quality. In this selection you can have a regular succession oi summer and fall fruit, from he June Apple to the Geniton; and may. with proper core, have fruits the whole year. i wouiu say to those who may wish to avail emselves of this opportunity, that the safest mo in the year for removing and seltinir vounr rees, is in (he Fall Season, from and after the first I ling frosts, until the freezing of the cround. having had, on this subject, the views of the cele brated Huriicultn rists of Europe, viz: Knight, of England; Duhnmcl, of France; and Van Mons. of the Netherlands yet thirty years' experience the Tree Business has served to establish the rinciple that practice is better than theory. i win De reaay 10 sena to order any number of rees that may be wanting North of the Missouri ver.at Glasgow or Brunswick, or as hioh upas Camden. The orders can be left with Jas. W. arris, Glasgow, or Joseph R. McAlisler, near Brunswick. It would be well forall who may find convenient, to send their otders this fall, bavins en a better opportunity of making a good selec tion, as Nurserymen have in all cases to adl ere strictly to the old maxim, 'first come, first served.' SAMUEL GROVE. Cambridge, Mo., Sept. 23. New floods. NBPrwiDiliM prTG" r .r..n.. VJf announce to their friends and the public, that they are now receiving and opening their full and inter stock ol doods, winch embraces every ing the wants of the country require. A large and excellent assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, now arriving. All tor sale cheaper than the cheapest. GREEN A BAUM, FISTE Si Co. Fayette, Sept. 2-1, 1848. Public Notice. WHEREAS, my wife, Elizabeth Biswell. has separated from nie, without just cause or provocation, this is to forwarn all persons from harboring or dealing with her on my account. THOMAS 11. CIS WELL. September 23, 143. wl Administrator's Notice. TVTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned L 1 has administered on the estates of Jonathan Jones, Jnsiah Jones, and Alexander Junes, dee'd bearing date August 11, A. D. U48. All persons indebted to said estates, are requested to make im mediate payment, and those having claims against hem to present them prooerly authenticated, with in one year from the above date, or thpy may be precluded from having any benefit of said estates. and if not presented within three years, they will be forever barred. SAMUEL C. MAJOR, Public Administrator of Howard County. September lfi, 28-3w. LIGHT! LIGHT! WHO HAS NOT HEARD OF THE GREAT DRUM H O N D , The Inventor nf the Great Druminond Light which Diaced in the Rotunda at Washington, lights the whole city. The same UttbMMUISU Is the Inventor and Pa ti en tee of an article which for general utility is unsurpassed in Domestic Economy : The Drummond Candle maker or Candle Slid which makes its own candle out of lard, tallow or kitchen ereese, which candle will burn twice a lone in proportion to the material consu med as ny other light ournnd. It is a neat CANDLE STICK", making and wick ng its own candle out of tallow, lard, or any greese hat will burn. By simpty turning me ooitom 01 he Candlestick, a beautiful, hard, smooth CAN DLE is forced out of the top, at any desired length vou wish from one inch lo two feet in height. 1. It is neat and mmpie as a common ianate stick; consequently may be managed by a child. 'i. By means ot this you can convert an your refuse greesu into candles, and thus obtain a light costing trom one to tnree cents per weeK. 3. The wick is dry and smooth, thus no vihra lion or flickering of the flime, but burnes like a nerm candle. 4. The wick may he changed without at all dis turbing the candle; if too large put in a small one oriftosmall.alargeone. 0. You coil in the bottom of the caudle maker or crndlestick. wick sutllieni to last five or six weeks, where it remains out of sight and out of the way. o. You may keep your candle at the same neigh all the time for ten years no stumps or pieces left. 7. Requires replenishing with greese or tallow once a week. 8. Nosoillineof ereese if it falls or turns over but as neat and clean as any lady could desire. 0. Il cannot get out ot order. 10. In nroof of their superiority, utility an neatness the immense number sold is sulhcient. The price is uniform and the same all over the United Stales; and the article requires onty to ue seen, to convince the must incredulous of the fore going facts. No family will be without them who can scrape together the small price asked. It is a business that men ol lares or smaii cap ital can emrave in and make a profit thut wnuld as lonish anv business man at the first glance. The subscriber can convince any practical business man that with a capital of only three or four hun dred dollar to commence with, lie can make one thousand dollars (at 1 low estimate) in six month in this county, and men with means not over one hundred dollars, can make from four lo five hun dred do'lars in adjoining territory for sale in as liuletnne. For further naviculars call on the subscriber in Fayette. Ollice on the south side of the Public Square, where ha can be seen fur a few days with a lamola of the article. J. W. A. McQARVEY Sept. lfl, 1948 -If. QUitl Quit It HAVINO suspended bumes In Fayette, for the purpose of changing my location, I take this method of informing all those indebted to me, thst my bonks, notes, and accounts, are left with Adam Hendrix, in Fayette, wbo is duly authorized to settle them on whom all persons Indebted to me, are earnestly requested to call and settle, so soon as their accounts fall due. This call is im perious, and must not be neglected. J AS. B. O'TOOLE. Faveite, Sept. 23. 184S NOTICETlie steamer ALGOM A will run dining the season of 1949 upon the Missouri river, as a weekly packet between St. Louis and Brunswick -leaving St. I.ouis every Monday, at 0 o'clock, p. M., and returning will leave Brunswick on Thursdays at daylight. J. T. CLEVELAND. September 23, 1849. 3w Wrifflit's Indian Vegetable PikTs CVRE FOR FEVER AND AGUE. PiDssKLviLLii, Putnam Co.. Indiana, July I, 184. Dr. W right Some time since your sgent left me a supply of Indian Vegetable Piils. I have found said pills to be in great demand lately fur the cure of fever and ague. Mr. James Boyd lias a son who has been laid up with fever and ague, and had tried various oiher remedies all of which proved of no avail. He determined lo try your Indian Vegeiaole Pills, snd by usingone box he is now sound and well. Mr. T. Spencer had a daughter. Mr. Hugh Gruves a son, and Mr. Chas. Nichols and three of his family, were all don at the same time with fever and ague, and had also tried the various other remedies without effect. Vour Indian Vegetable Pills soon restored them nil to perfect health. I can assure you, from what I have seen, your Indian Vegetable fill may be relied on for a permanent cure of fever and ague. Vours, resp't, JACOB DURHAM, P. M. Als o, an acting justice of the peace. This ts to certify, that I was entirely cured of the chills and fevers of several months standing, by the use of four doses, of four pills each, of Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, and alter taking medicine from a rcgolur physician for some lime, and have had no symptoms of it since, which has hcen about one yeur ago. J. W. SPENCER. Texas, Champaign county, Ohio. This is (o certify that I was cured nf the chills and fevers by thff use of Wright's Indian Vegeta ble Pills, after having had three attacks of it. DAVID BERBY. Sugar Grove, Fairfield county, Nov., lb 16. Let It be remembered that WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS are prepared with special reference to the laws governing the human body. Consequently, they are always good, always use ful, always effective in rooting out disease. Eve ry family should keep them at hand. Agents in Howard Countv. Boon, Talbot & Smith, Fayetlei D C. Champion, Champion's Mill; J. B. Carrol St Co., Glasgow. (7-Offices devoted exclusively to the sale of Wright's Iivdian Vegetable Pills, wholesale and retail, 169 Race Street. Philadelphia; 298 Greenwich Street, New-Vork;and ISM Tremont Street, Boston. January 2'J, 1848. HATS of all qualities and prices for snle by J. PIDDLESBARGER. RIND STONES. A superior lot of Osoge OTgrit, fur sale low, bv J. KlUVLESUAKUEK. John II. Ferry, Forwarding and Commission Merchant, GLASGOW, MO. , KEEPS constantly on hand a full supp'y of fresh groceries, liquors, Sic. Sic. Fall and Wiuter. A'EIV STOCK, J. RIIDDLESBARGER respectfully informs his old customers and the public generally, that his Fall and Winter Stock of Goods, are now ready for inspection and sate. I he Indies are pat tictilirly invited to ell and ex- mine his large and fashionable stock of DRESS GOODS. Every article the wants of the country calls for. will be found, and all will be sold at prices unheard f in these woods. Sept. t), 1518. New Goods. Hie largest and finest Stock ever offered by us in IMS marnel. Wb have commenced receiving and opening our Slock of Fall and Winter Goods, and in he cour-e of next week, will have in siore, the lar gest assortment ever oltured by us in this market. Ibe styles are ol I he very latest importations, the quality tq.inl to any in ti c United Naies, and the rimuuntrs complete and periect. in the sale, we nre cenain of our ability to give entire satisfaction, as our purchases were made in New York nod Phil adelphia, on the most advantageous terms, and the ntire Stock wi II be offered at the smallest adva r ce for which goods can bs sold in the western country. Lad es in this snd the adjoining counties, 111 want ofsirictly line nnd fashionable dress goods, are as Mired that the utmost attention has been paid to the election of trimmings, and we vsnture the assu rance that all can be suli-fied. The public arc in vited to call. Only one price, and no abatement. HUGHES, BIRCH Si WARD, Fayetle, Sept. 9, 148. Dr. .lIcLaiie's Vermifuge. The Best Remedy Ever Discovered for Expelling Worms Jrom UhUaren. The symptom 1 of ihe presenci 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 to expel them promptly and thoroughly. Dr. McLane's Vermi I'uee i raDidIv supplanting all others, in public es ihnation. 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. Sumvtoms of Horms. 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 along the lower eye-lid; the nose is irritated, swells and sometimes bleeds; a swelling ef the upper lip: occasional head ach, with humming or throbbing in the ears; an unusual secretion ot saliva; siimy or lurreu tongue; breath very foul, particularly in the morn incFi onneltte variable, sometimes voracious, wiili a gnawing sensation of the stomach, at others, en tirely gone; fleeting pains in the stomach; nausea and vomiting; violent pains tiiruuguuui uib abdomen; bowels irregular, at times costive; stools slimy, not unln-quenlly Unge with blood; Deny swollen hard; urine turbid; respiraiion occasional ly difficult, 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, cue. Mother', nurses, parents, guardians, look well tn your children, and if you see any symptoms of worms, procure Dr. McLane's Vermifuge, because it is the very best, most deserving, and popular remedy ever presented to the notice of the public Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Dr. E. EASTERLY. t the Cily Family Medicine Store, south-east corner of Third and Chesnul streets, ot. Louis, Wo , only sgent tor the west. Sept. 2, '48. frt-Sold also by. Dr. "V. R. SNELSON.' Drug- gin, sgent for Fayette; DIGGES cr HORSLEY, Glasgow; KNOX & BEEMAN, Rocheport. BLANK DEEDS, and Justice's Blanks fur sale at this office. Blanks of every description printed at the shor'.est notice. FileT Pile!! Pile!!! Dr.Upham's Vegetable Electuary, or Interna. REMEDY FOR THE PILES, Triumphant! 50,000 catt Cured in the past year. OirThis Medicine is warranted to cure sllcase or piles, either bleeding nr blind, in'ernal or ex ternal, and all inflamaiory diseases found In con junction wh the Piles such as Chronic Dysentary, Weakness and Inflammation of the Sptne, falling of the bowels womb, etc., that fetnal particularly are subject to, under peculiar circum stances; for which many certificates could be giv en of speedy and effectual cures but delicacy fur bids their publication. Severe and Habitual Cosliveness, 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 aclioti on the bowels and blood, the relaxed state, which is the cause of the above named diseases. Universal Commendation. From every city, town and vi!!,ge, where Dr Upham's Vegetable Pile Electuary has been intro duced, the most gratifying intelligence of its effects heve been received by the Proprietor. In hundred th instances it has ' triumphed over cases which were deemed incurable. Letter of Copt. G. W. McLean, late of the U. S Service, and member of the N. J. Legislature. Rahwav, June 16, ls47. "I have boen afflicted fur years with the Piles, and have tried without anything like permanent benefit, almost everything assuming the name ol a remedy. 1 had, as a matter of course, lost all confidence in medicine. Under this feeling I was induced not without reluctance, I confess to use tpham's Electuary;' and having used it for about three weeks, according 10 (hedrcctions laid down. I find to my utter surprise, as well as satisfaction, that every symptom of the disease has left me. I think it doealike to Dr. Upham and mvself to make this slotement. G. W. McLEAN." Addressed to the agents in Columbia Ga. Notice. The genuine Electuary has the written signature thus, ((r-A. Upham, M. D.) The hand is also done with a pen. Trice fsl 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. (fc5-Forsa!e by Dr. W. R. SNELSON. Drug gist, agent for Fnyette; DIGGES Si HOP.SELEY, Glasgow; nnd KXOX &. BEEMAN. Rocheport. Dr. .Tlelinne's Liver Pill, For the Cure hf .tier Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headarh, and all Bilious Complaints. The liver is much more frequently the seat ol 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 tnc .ui-sisipii, have their seat in a diseased stale of the liver, and that more than three fourths of the diseases enumerated under the head of Consump tion, have also their seat in a diseased liver. Case in St. Louis of one year's standing. St. Louis. Mo. May 5. 1817. Dr. E. EasTeolv Sir: I hereby certify that I have been Blllicted for more ihan a venr. with the liver complaint, and have applied to different phy sicinns, and ell to little or no effect, until I mad use of Dr. McLone's Liver Pills. I om hannv t inform you that I was perl'Ct!y cured by the use of one box. I can therefore, in justice, recommend others who ore troubled with a diseased liver, to make a trial of these Pills. Truly yours, ROBERT HALL. Residence. Fuiirteen'h and Biddle streets. Individual' suffering with Liver Complaint. Dys pepsia. Sick HeaHnch, or any bilious disease, are earnestly advised to mukx a trial of Dr. McLane's Liver Tills, as they hove been prepared by a regu larly rducated fhysieian. who has had an exten sive practice and experience in treating the obove complaint. He confidently recommends as being tne very oesi and most deserving remedy ever pre sented to the notice of the afflicted. Price 2."i cents per box. For snle by Dr. E EASTERLY, south-east cor- ner of Third and Chesnut streets, St. Louis, aeent for the west. Sept. 2. '48 OirSold also by Dr. W. R. SNELSON, I'mri- gist. agent for Favette: DIGUES & HORSLEY Glasgow; KNOX Si BEEMAN, Rocheport. Chill Fever. Dumb Ague, Inter mil tent Fever, and nil the various forms of BILIOUS DISEASES. This valuable medicine is undoubtedly the safest, surest and best remedy ever discovered fur the cure of the above named diseases. It not only breaks the chill, but removes the cause from which the disease originates. Its operation is both general and special. While it act generally upon the whole system, as a most powerful alterative, purifying the fluids. freeing the sulids from all morbid secretions, and reinvigorating and bringing up all Ihe vital ener gies to a standard of permanent health; it at the same time exerts a specific influence upon the liver, digestive organs anil lymphatic and glandular sys tems; exciting them to healthful activity, remo ving all morbid matter, equaling the circulation, restoring their proper aud necessary secretions, thus accomplishing s complete renovation from disease, and restoration to sound aud permanent health. It will be readily conceded by every intelligent mind that a Tonic Svrup composed of the most valuable ingredients, careft ily selected from Ihe Vegetable Kingdom, must possess far more potent properties fur the complete eradication of the disea ses tor which it is especially prepared, than con possibly be compounded with the limited quantity usually administered in the form of Pills. Those who are sintering with the prostrating AGUE and FEVEK4 common to the west and sot th those who-e constitutions have become en- fee lied by the use of mercury, quinine, or other vio.ent remedies should resort ut once to the use of this VALUABLE MEDICINE. It has cured and will cure the most obstinate cases Travelling with the circulation, it pours its heal ing cirrenl through every vein and artery of Ihe luman body. Ihe whole animal economy is made to undergo a thorough radical change. Even the mind ptrtakes of the healthful process, and life, that before appeared one dreary waste, begins again lo seem worth possessing ramptiieis respecting mis valuable meuicine, can be obtained of the agents gratis. CAUTION. As there are many spurious preparations of sim ilar name hawked about the country and sold on the reputation or t he genuine SMI 1 11 o JUIC HiKLf, we therefore beg leave to caution Ihe public against imposition, as we cannot hold ourselves responsiDie lor me enecis wmcn may result irom the use of spurious srticles. H. BLAKSLY &. Co, south-west corner of Third and Chesnut streets, St. Loui, General Agents, to whom all orders must be addressed. Sold also by Dr. Snelson, Fayelte. Dr. Hendsrson, files gow; M alone Ai. Garth. Hunlsville (May 8, '4-8 L0 Doct. Jatne L. Dann, OFFERS his professions! services tothaeitl r.en of Fayette and the sarroundinf count ry. Office on Criglar's row. August 0, 1848. Administrator's Notice. NJOTICE is hereby given lhat the undersigned has obtained from the Clerk of the County Court of Randolph County, letters of admin istration on the estate of Joseph Rutherford, leceased, bearing date August 24th, 1848. All persons indebted to said estate, are requested o make immediate payment, and those having hims against it, to present the-n, properly au 'henticated, within one year from the dale of said letters, or they may be precluded from having any benefit of said estate, and if not presented within three years, they will be forever barred. c , , SABRA RUTHERFORD, Adm'r. Sept. 2, 1948. 6w3. Men Die their Prejudices! 1 There have been thousands doubtless, who suf fered disease to destroy their happiness hero, and even life itself, rather than resort to the Use of what are generally styled " Fatent Medicines;" no matter what health-improving virtues the-m may have possessed. Accustomed to hear a cry against these remedies, they choose to deprive themselves of the happy benefits they might have received from them, and vainly endeavor to bolster np iheir lolling condition by the ordinary pations of the day, which were less efficient, though per haps more fashionable and costly. But we rejoice that these hurtful prejudices are fost losing their sway over the minds of the peeple, by the many ruly wonderM! enres performed by the successful, combination of medical agents for the removal of all diseases of the lungs and chest. DR. WIS TAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. Sold by Dr. Snklson, Fayette; Dr. Henderson, Glas gow; M a look Si Oauth, HunUville. Of 1 ut ere t to All. ALL the following nomed medicines, which have gained unbounded popularity, are sold by Comstock dj- Brother, GO second street, St. Loins, (under the ftlunroe House) Dr. W. It. Snetson, Fayelte, and Knox dj- Bceman, Rochport. TO THE LADIES. The Genuine Balm nf Columbia, fnr restoring tlU Hair. 'Long hair is a glory to woman,," soys Paul, And ail feel the truth of ihe Pious quotation; Preserve it then, ladies your glory may fall, Unless you protect it with this preparation. If jou wish a rich, luxuriant head of hair; free t'rnm dandruff and scurf, do uot foil to procure Ihe Genuine lliltn of Columbia. In cases of ba Idnes il will more than exceed jour expectations. Vlany whu have lost their hair for twenty years have had it restored to its original perfection by the ue of this balm. Age, slate or condition ap pears to be no obstacle whatever; it also causes the fluid to fl,,w with which the delicate hairtubea is filled, by which means thousands (whose hair was crny as the Asiatic eagle) have hod their hair restored to their natural color by this invaluable remedy. In all cases of fever it will be found llie most pleasant wash that can be used. A few ap plications only are necessary lo keep the hir mm lulling out. It strengthens the roots, it ne ver fails to impart a rich glossy appearance, and as a perfume fur the loilvt it is unequalled; it holds three times as much as other miscalled hair res toratives and is more effectual. Cautinw Never buy it unless you find the name of Comstock df Co , Proprietors, on the wrapper of euch bottle, or you are cheated with a counterfeit article. C2Lis MAGICAL TA1V EXTRACTOR! The VVoTf iJVmdir Pronounced so by all who j )liave ever used it. White Stt'Sflings, Inflammation in the back, weak limbs, lender or sore feet, and all scrofulous sores ore speedily nnd permanently cured by Con nel's Magical Tain Exlraclor. AfTectiTS of tho lungs, ague in the face, breast, tic doloreaux. chronic sore eyes, blistered surfaces, lie. It is equally beneficial m all lands of inf?.iiutnatory dis- . eases, such ts sore nipples end eyes, sprains, rheumatism, v.liite swilling ond ulcers, bruises, burns chillblains, erysipelas, t iles, &c, will quick ly be relieved by the application of this salve. 'ibis remarkable sanative possesses many virtr.l-s ncw-r found in any other article. It has the most prt'i ct power over all pains by fire, positively al- luvihg the kuiieriiig ur'u'st iniuiCiiu'-cly Ly-ii its application. If any dislelicve the statements, we would earnest')' invite them to call and examine llie n"ii crous unsolicited certificates of remarka ble cures wrought by by this salve. It box for months past been sold upon the following liberal erins iii-wit: If ihe u-er was not perfectly satis fied, nnd even delighted with its effects, and fur ihermnre, if it did nut fully answer our recommen dations, their money was retorned immediately it their request. On these terms this absolute h'al-nll is now sold, and we simply ask if the public can demand anything more reasonable. Kind parent keep it constantly on hand, in cases of uccident by lire, life may be losi without it, but by its use all burns a-e subject to its control, un less the vitals ore destroyed. Caution No fain Extruclor can t? genuine unless you find the signature of Comstock & Co. on ihe wrupper of each box. Beware of counter feits. LONCLEV'S GREAT WESTERN INDIA PANACEA. 1 . Fur colds and feverish feelings and preventing fe'vers. 4 For asthma, liver complaint and bilious af fections, , 3. For diarrheal, indigestion and loss of apetite, 4. For rus'.iveness in females and males, and nervous complaints. 5 For stomach affections, disprpsio, piles, rheiimaii-m, -c The Griat Paints ore, it is not bad to take,. ne ver gives Pain and Never leaves one Costive.'! Fc r all these things it is warranted unequalled, and all who do not rind it so may return the bottle and get their money. Comstock 4' Co. proprietors. DEAFNESS. Use Dr. McNair's Acoustic Oil, for the cure of deafness. Also, all those disagreeable noises like the buising of insects, failing of water, whizzing of steam, which are symptoms of approaching deafness. Many persons who have been deaf for ten, fifteen, or twenty years, and wee subject to use ear-trumpets, being' made perfectly will. It lias cured cases of ten, fifteen, and even thirty years standing of deafness. Price 41 per flask. tiri. sroHn's sick headach remedy. Why will you suffer with that distressing com plaint, when s lemedy is at hand that will not fail 10 cure you? Thin remedy will effectually destroy any attack of headache, either nervous or bilious. It has cured cases of twenty years' standing. mother's belief incian discovert. AH expecting to become mothers, snd anxi ous lo avoid the pains, dislrsssand dangers of cAi'dbear ing, are earnestly entreated to calm their ears, al lay their nervousness, and sooihe their way by the use of this most extraordinory vegetabte pro duction. Those ho will candidly observe its virtues, must approve or 11 i meir neon, rvery kind and affectiona husband will feel it his most solemn duty to alleviate the distress his wife is exposed to, by a safe and certain method, which is, this woiners nenei. , Keep Your Feet Dry. Remember, to pre serve health, the feet should be kept dry, and that ihe Oil of Tannin renders leather water-proof snd doubles its durability. Alto Used for harne.s snd carriage tops. (Kt-AII the above srticles are sold by CoHsToca dj-Brother. 69 Second street, St. Louis, and Dr Wm R. Snelson, Fayette. May 27, 18i8 -ll-6i Georgia 3 ticulars will b'l lurnisnea.