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tinncry fumlslirJ to the court In tutik, at
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i ii Decunhcr irnn, A. 1). 1851, Hie turn
. uf one hundred and twelve dollar.
Ii - Tv.Kamue! Willinm. thetuuiof ferrn
tun Jrcd. and tifiy-eiglil dollar anJ (evenly
rvnti, beint llio vmnunt in full due to Said
&armit:i" William, for recordinir five vol-
f,7 vmH of original field nuloiof urvey of
ui fuhlio Uiul, in told Malr, being volume
'f' !;ven and right of uhtlit'iaiiin of two
iiile blwKs. between the old eren ranges
..land lite Sciota. river, end south of llie
'''United Slate' Military" tract, comprising
"fight hundred aud fifty-one pugc. al.n,
volume two, three snd four of uldivi.
i nns into sections, in said military tract,
comprising eleven hundred and eighty-one
1 pages, being a total of twenty hundred
puu lliirty-lwo page, at thirty-five cents
'pei pg Making seven hundred und
''eleven dollars and twenty cents; nlso, for
, innking sep.mite map indices of each
' ,ti)wnshii, at bine dollars and fifty cents
er' .volume, making forty-seven dollars
f und fifty cents, in all seven hundred and
' (ifiy-eiyht dollars and seventy cents, the
jVaiil work having been done under a con
,; tract with the secretary of state, the afore
said volume, seven, having been errone
' nuely included in a resolution relative to
.the claim of Samuel Williams, passed hy
' the General Asseinlly, January twenty-
second, una thousand tight liuud.td and
, Toll. Mason, .for articles of tin ware,
. furnished for the use of the General As
Kpmhly, January filth, Anno Domini, one
thousand eight hundred and lilty-two, the
cum of two dollars and fifty cents,
v, To J. G. llallings, the sum of six dol
Jars and seventy-five rents, for varnishing
ilcik in the House of Representatives,
; To J. D. Oshorn and cum puny, the
,uro of two hundred and sixty-two dollars
and thirty-five cents, for carpels and mats
-furnished for the new hall ol the House of
lteprcecntnlives, furnished February thiid,
-One thousand eight hundred and fifty-two.
To I. G. Dryer and company, the sum
hf eighty-one dollars for chairs, l:dilc,
-stands and desks, furnished for the hall ol
Representatives, January first, one thous
and eight hundred and fifty-two.
To I, llaine and company, the sum of
nine dollars and twenty-six cent, (or arti
cles furnished to repair stale h-nise. Da
rsrnber, one thousand eight hundred and
To A. 1'. Stotif, the sum nf two hun
dred and forty dollars, for carpets for state
iVmuc, furnished December nineteenth, and
Twenty-seventh, one thuusand eight hun
'drt'd and fifty-one. '
" JTo I. H. Roston, the sum of two dol
Lrs and seventy-five cents, for knevs fur
nished for state huuse, m eighteen hundred
To S. Medary, the sum of seven'y-five
"dollars, for binding done (or slate library,
in October and December, eighteen hun
dred and fifty-one.
To Dwight Stone and company, the
mini hf twenty-oner dollars and .forty-six
cents, for articles furirshed to' repair State
house, in December eighteen hundred and
To John Stone and company, the sum
of seven dollars and eighty-two cents, for
S'indry articles furnished to repair the
slate house, in November and December,
eighteen hundred and fifty-one.
' To Bazil Riddle, the sum of one hun
drcd dollar?, for fifty days attend nice on
(lie! soprcmo court in batik, for December
U-r.n, pvlilcen hundred and hliy-nne.
Sic. ii. Tor the prosecution of the work
upon the new State house' and to defray
rhe necessary expenses of the profitable
employment of convict labor thereon, as
provided by law, the additional sum ol
seven ty-me thousand Hollars.
ft., il. T-if nni-menl nf llie f illiilviniT
claims, urculed, proven, and ordered to
be paid, viz;., '
...Tu Samuel Medary, thirteen dollars and
fifty cents, for a record furnished lor the
To F. Heninan, jr., seven dollars, for
Lhnron the slate house.
lo J. wes,waicr auu run. me umiars
.. and titty cents, lor auitury ni,i.;i.: niini.ti-
d lirrlite Senate
Tor the payment of the expenses of the
contest between Hon. C. U. Covey mi. I
IJim. Ldwin Corner, for a scat in the Sen
ale, the sum of siMy dollars.
. fcVc. 4. For the purpose of liquidating
the deficit in the pener il revenue, the an
djiur of tate ii In-ruby aullmriz' d mid ili-
! hundred and eighty-six dollars aud fifty
To N. S. Baker, for curtains for win
dows for the hall of the house, and clerk's
rooms, the sum of seventeen dollars and
seventy five cenia. i -
For the purpose of paying claims against
the Ohio l' nitentiary, the sum of ten
To L. F. Claflin and company, for bill
of paper for the use of the General Assem
bly, January thirtieth, eighteen hundred
and fifty two, the stun of one huudred dol
lars. To Whitingand Burr, per hill sand box
es and inkstands, the sum of nine dollars
and thirteen cents.
To Mrs. 12. Collins, for labor, the sum
of two dollars.
' To Killliourn, Kuhn snd company for
work end materida for old state house, ts
per bill, dited January first, eiffhieeu hun
dred and fifty two, llie sum of one hun
dred and twenty two dollars aud ninety
foureents. To Dwiuht Stone and rump-my, for
sundries lor the General Asnnuhh, .
per hill of January seventh, eighteen liuv
dred ami fihy two. 'he sum of twenty right
dollars and thirty fi e cents
To M. S. U.ikcr, for li'ior and materi
als for the It. ill nf Rcprerl-iiuili-.es, " per
hill nl February O h. etglin-en hundred und
fifty two, llie sum ol seu'iili rn ilill.ii and
seventy fne cents.
To Johii Slow, for carpet, and sundry
articles lor mil slale house, llie sum ol lorn
seven dollar and thirtv li e eems.
I'o J. 1). Oshorn for mats brooms.
Sic. for old slale house, as per hill ol I)c
cember thirlv first, rightern hundred and
lilty one, die sum of lnurtei.il dollars anil
sixty two cents.
To J. Wesiwaicr nnil son. lor sundries
as per hill of December thirty firsi, righ
leen hundred and fifty one; also bill id'
March third, eighteen hundrid and fifty
two, the sum of twelve dollars.
To Decker and llihbs, for sundries for
the use of the General Assembly, as per
hill, six dollars and ninety eight cents.
To J. Iloswell and Son, for work nnd
material: for slale library, old Stale house
and lie Odeon hall, done ill the w inter of
eighteen hundred and fifty one and eigh
teen hundred and fihy two, the sum ol
eight hundred and forty eight dollar.
To A. Harder, lor repairs on ohl state
house and library, as per bill rendered, da
ted January twenty fourth, eighteen hun
dred and fifty two, the sum of twenty sev
To Kilbourn, Knglin and company, for
hill of sundries for the repairing the halls
of the General Assembly, the sum ol sev
enty dollars and twenty ihrce cents.
To Columbus gas light company, for
light for the General Assembly, up to May
third, eighteen hundred and fifty two, the
sum of lour hundred ninety tw o dollars
and one cent.
To I. F. Claflin and company, for pa
per and stationery furnished the Senate,
sixty eight dollars and seventy five cents.
Sec. 8. That no moneys by this act
appropriated, shall he drawn from the
Treasury hy any disbursing officer, or
agent, until the same shall be necessary
for the purpose to which it is herein di
rected to be applied.
JAMES C. JOHNSON",
Speaker of the House nf Rep's.
President of the Seriate.
May 1st, 1832.
Secretary of Statu' Office, ?
Columbus, April 15, 1852. J
I certify that the foregoing law is cor
recily copied from the original roll on file
in this oliice.
Secretary of .'State.
AUDITOR'S OFFICE, )
Ashland, County, 0. )
I hereby certify that the foregoing laws
are correctly Copied from the file furnished
his office. ' A. CARVER, Auditor.
taV Ou the opening nf the late Baltimore
Convention, Rev. J. Campbell Win le, of- n j was tendered
lirutl up the following leriid and impres
Infinite aud Eiorn.il Jehovah, the father
if light and the l.iuiil.iin of all wisdom,
from wli on a'l gilisdeseend all hlessuis
llow; without w Iioiii no irood aim or in -
Democratic NominatioM Opinion of mand of the sriny, Col. - Pierce was pr
From the Washington Union of the
Oilt, we clip the following article, showing
the enthusiasm with which the nominations
were received in that city, crowded as the
capital wa then wiih prominent Demo
crats from, every quarter of the Union:
Long before these line can reach our
readers the Democracy throughout the
land will he roused and United by the joy.
ful intelligence lhal their Nailoiral Con
venlioii ha named Franklin 1'ieree. . of
New Hampshire, for President, snd Wil
liam R. King, of Alabama, fur Vice Pre
sident, of the United Slates.
When we say lhal the nomination of
Gen. Fierce w ill he hailed by the Demo
cracy w ith one spontaneous acclamation of
enthusiasm throughout the length and
bteaddi of the land, we giie hut an inade
quate interpretation nf die immense nnd
resistless uilatiimitv lis ilitd by llie cou
veulioii ill the ex'ra. mlnury vole which
lresented him lo the people as the rcpn .
seuialiio of I'c omcraiic principles, aud
the chosen stundnid bearer of the Denio
epiic party. Alter a most millions nnd
. retract,-1 session after forlv-ei;;ht bollol
ing. in which Ihe friends ol llie distinguish
ed leaders of ihe Di iiioeraiic p.ny in nil
sections of ihe Union had gneti li.ibh:
. roof of iheir l':d'lil lo the nc-li w hom
eiiciiiiistances had Ii ml eoinuientled tu th. .'ir
respeeme preleieiice over others whose
em. ueul claims in the eoiilidiiiee of the
country were jet I'cicr for a moiniiii
questioned ihe assembled I mocrae) , us
if iib one consent, turiii d its eye lo Gen
eral i'n ree as the i nly man who cti!d
this time unite in his support every Demo
cratic eleim nt and interest of the whole
Union. In such a result, at this lime the
country will recognize, with full confidence
of hope, a parallel lo that memorable pro
cedure in the Democratic Contention of
184-1, which, by the nominaiinn of the la
mented Folk, gave to the Democracy a
most victorious canvass, and tu llie people
assuredly one of the most powerful, oner
getic and splendid administrations which
have yet adorned our annals. The strik
ing coincidence in the twu cases is a most
There can be no doubt that in the no
initiation of General Fierce the convention
have given lo Jihe democracy whom they
represent an absolute assurance of a glori
ous victory in the coming campaign. The
democratic party of the North and the
South, of the East and the West, will sup
port him as one man. It is dilhcult lo
say which section of the party will most
readily and cordially rally to elect him.
A nomination having in it more of ihe ele
ments of irrcsistable success call hardly
be imagined. The son of a pairiol of the
revolution who bore arms at Bunker Hill,
Gen. Fierce is prc-eiiiiiicnily a man of
the people. Though experiencec in civil
life, and eminently qual.lird for its highest
duties, so far from seeking nlficc, he has
repeatedly declined it when tendered lo
him, and rcsigucd it when in his posses
sion. He declined but recently the nomination
to the office of Governor of New Hamp
shire. After having served with distinc
tion in the House of Representatives, he
was elected to the Senate of the United
Slates. He resigned his seat in that body,
and retired lo private life aud this practice
of his profession before Ihe expiration of
his senatorial term, hut not before he had
displayed an ability as a statesman, a
eoiupri oensiveness of paiiiolism, a sound
ness of democratic principle and a maslery
in parliamentary debate, which challenged
lor hun a conspicuous posi'rou, even in
.hat uiiimkI assembly. . When the war
with Mexico came on, General Fierce was
one of Ihe first who answered as volltil
err to his country's call. Without soli
citation on his part, and unexpectedly lo
himself, he received Irom the hand of
President Polk his commission of hripa
dier Kcnctal; and Itnw fully he jiis'ilied
ibis high distinction was proudly acknowl
edged by his companions' iii-arms, and has
Income part of die his'ory of Ibis coon
Irv. Peace it oie, anil again loi'b en .1 i-lu
lu (ii-ueiil Fierce.
Fresi lent Folk i.frrd him a posiiion in
In c.. hmel as Anorie (i- oeuii: hie , en
rected lo transfer In said fund, from the i J' Ct can prosper or succerd, Kive turn ilu
siir'plu' revet.uc, the sum of two bundled j assembly thy countenance and support, and
iHld fifty thousand dollars. " "H" 'he hearts ol this people, a lerieto
See.'5. The appropriations made i N'sire In maintain and advance the true
thrniw-t, are in addition lo the b ,l nee of 0 ,n" "rn" ci'inry
ihe'soveral appropriations rrmi.iiiir.g un
expended on the fil'trcn'h day of .Notein
Her; eighteen hundred and fifiy-one; and
the auditor of state is hereby authorized
IS lrun(er to the general revenue fond,
any balances of other funds, which will be
required for the purposes lor which such
ffinds ire appropriated.
, Sec. 0. There shall be levied for the
current year, upon the grand list of the
slate, in the .manner prescribed hy the art
entitled "an act 'for the assessment and
taxation of all property in litis State, and
fur levying taxes thereon according to i
KU3 value in money," passed April 13th,
A, IX 185, for general revenue purposes,
cyie mill pn 4he dollar valuation, and for
common school purposes, one half of one
rpU) pn the dollar valuation, and fur canal
sod sinking fund, two mill mi the dollar
valuation of the property on the grand
.Son. ?. To Douig and Ilirris, for sun
i!i ics Col Ihe use of the General Assembly,
a per bill of April 21st, eighteen hundred
t)u fifty-two, the sum of twenty-eight dul-
lur aud six'y'-oiieccun. .
..To George Abbott, for scissors punches,
and soudry other article for the use of
tji.lioose of. Representative", a per hill
of sUmury,, one .thousand eight hnudred
,ml lil'ty-two, the sum-of lourteen dollar
and forty-nine cents.
I . To. William Berwick, hi costs in the
Margan county cnsc.of November twelfth,
me rtiwtsand eight hundred uud lifiy-one,
tfce euiitiof ent one dollar, and twenty
vie M, Wt fills, for work dun nn old
ute hue,' op -to Fehwtary third, on
llious-ifld eisrht hundred : ao.l firty-two,
ii'i.jrBl:v -" ' '
mirl! hhw Mi Uriy. for piiui'og nv!
ssiini-rtji ni iloncua mil it) ol i sti: i) ue,
T'jier bill of February sixteenth. erglMren
tiatidrcd nod fifty-two, the iim of one
H "1 . F-1 ! " ' ' ' '
h hiju 'ii.
pr.des-i o c
II ek-.r .
w i.l.Mi !
II- I V. ,
Mill I V: t...-
be i!'o inl Lead of h a
tl ni'l lelll(l llie "Vollll;;
a .o .1 hl-
Give them a right iuilgiiieni in nil i hi-1 r
actions divorce llieui from all sultish am
hitiot) and sce'ioua! prejudices take awa
from them all 'hiugs that may previ-nl mid
hinder their perficl union remove from
them all jealousies, sinus and contentions,
and unite ihem in the firm and unwavering
purpose nf seeking only to crown the altar
of our liberty w i b glorious blus-oins ol
new light and power.
Grant thai no unhappy discord may he
harbored here, but that this assembly,
gathered from Ihe remotes, points of our
lavored land, may convene here, a a hand
of brothers replete will wisdom hem
hie even on the summit of our National
prosperity dead lo every voice hut that of
virtue, patriotism and love and seeking
i::ily to shape the lot of this bright and
harmonious jiubhc in accordance with
ihy holy laws.
Guide and blest this Council. Direct,
control and prosper all their deliberations
for the best good of our Imd. May they
seek lo please none but thee, and may nn
power divert them ffoitt lheir aim.
Keep before them the truth thai as Solo
mon wrote it, a an evident proof that ihe
did not hear a mother' sffeciioti to her
child which yielded In have it cut in (even
parts, so will the world at large' question
the patriotism of him who suffer the
storm of passion lo drown the interest and
the union of our beloved country.
Grant, Sacred Father, that the plenteous
streams of merey and of locemsy descend
upon this Convention nnd that llie errand
will) which it is ehargsd, may be fulfilled,
and crowned with success beyond their
brightest expectstion. And so may our
country' cause advance until every column
ill ihe temple nf freedom shall he wreathed
with Annranthiii flowers, mid p-ry cor
iter of our I md bee una an altar lo Ihy
jiraise and glory. ' '- '
All nf whioh -we beg in the nam of our
blened Redeemer.'- Amnv
i is soil
a , '. ho '.. I In' at Ol
...- o- i- 1 1 i f the .iss-.-ii.'.l i. d---o,
Ins e .inili'V. lie l ..llies h
Ni sun l as he bhal Ine ., itl
,n il.e icry pi uiie ol liic i -it I-1-leaebrll
hi-ii ; ii-'. b v eai be will
moled lo the rank of Brigadier General.
During that unexampled campaign, be bore
a. moat conspicuous part conspicuous for
all the exlnbiiion of ad element that
combine to make a great captain patience
and endurance oniler toil and privation in
a new field, a coolness that met every re
sponsibility, and the courage ready to face
llie very "cannon's mouth." Beloved hy
those who served under him, for he was
ever ready lo participate in the labors of
Iheir niarchesand their daring in the hour
(if battle, he brought with him from the
field of Mexico, laurels which neter can
wither ithe enshriuement of himself in Ihe
hearts nf his country men, who beheld his
vr.lor and participated in the glory which
his bravery won.
At Conireras, when d.ishiug over n pe
drigal, (a continuous series of sharp rocks
thrown up hy volcanic action.) lor the
purpose of heading his brigade, his horse
fi II under him and crushed the leg nf his
ruler in bis fall. The halilc of Clierubus
co followsd next day, and scoriiinir lo
bang hack w ithin Ins lent, with crutch in
baud, he mounted his goo lly steed, and
urged his men "on to victory!" In the
foremost rank of battle he was found; and
ihrni'gh die most nf lhal bloody day he
was Ibe spirit of tin) wing in which he
was placed. Bui with fatigue nnd the an
guish or a fractured limb, he became laiiU.
end we born insensible from the field;
but uoiJefor (could he Tim e heard) the
shout nf vifWy would have filled his
ems, nnd hroughtback the quick pulsat ous
lo Ins noble bean.
We speak with enthusiasm of the gal
lantry id Gen. Fierce, because, attached
lo that branch of service, we were an eye
witness of alt that we represent. It was
with pride uud exultation that we saw him
rej. -ciing llie privilege oceurded the wound
ed, and bariua "his bosom to the slrifu."
Our admiration knew no hounds fur we
fell lhal there wa a heart truly American
American in its most comprehensive
sense reckless ol tell, and all lor It coun
try. Peace called our warriors home. The
clouds ol war had rolled away, nnd broad
and golden field that had once groaned
beneath llie misrulu of Mexican anarchy
and despotism, were found smiling beneath
the protecting folds of that banner, which
ola triumph ilolli wuve
O'er llie land of tho hoe nod the homo of the
We find General Picrco resuming the
peaceful avocations of private life, aud en
joying the delightful quietude of "home."
In tins retirement, and unostentatious mode
of life, affording a noble example of dig
nified, yet modest worth, it has been the
pleasure of the Democratic National Con
vention lo single him out as champion of
ihe Democracy in ihe coming conical for
the Presidency. Uniting all the elements,
that combined, make up the sum of a
statesman of the highest older, national in
his views and feelings, far reaching in his
affections, for this broad country embracing
it in Ins heart Irom the bl. Lawrence lo
the Gulf, and from the rocks lhal beat back
Atlantic' waves lo Ihe golden shore upon
which the Pacific reposes, under his gui
dance the ship of slate will weather every
storm and pay off gracefully with every
Front the Sandusky Mirror.'
Franklin-Pierce is yet a young man
for Iho posilim. probably between forty
five and fifty. His selection is a remarka
ble instance nf w hat may lie accomplished
by tin pretending personal merit, w ithout in
li L'ue or imporiunity. He has never taken
ollicee xcept when literrally "thrust upon
him." He is a lawyer and has generally
devoted himself lo lhal profession, mingling
with it, we believe, the nccupa'ion ol
farming. lie resides in Concord, N. II.
lie has hi en highly smcessful in his
profession, and is well esteemed as man.
He possesses many of the elements of
persona) popularity; uniling as he d.ws
the successful siati siii.in with the citizen
Inning llie Mexican war he was in
duced, by the urgent solicitation of Presi
dent Folk, to !eaw his retirement and nr.
eept the olfiee ol Brigadier General, lie
a;. s uppuiiite I, we believe under the let)
r.-timi hi lull, and bis was the last of the
volunteer forces w ho i.rriied tu Mexico in
.line to i:.ke pail in the nperati .lis before
I ine e'ose lit I n; war. G -n N'nll, it will
I a collected, r'sted at Fiiehla, for rein
l eiio uls, l.i I re in ire! iou npmi the cite
ie.i. Gen Pn rce h li V. r.i Cinz
a'lolll 'J,5oO ra .v, undisciplined' vol-
i n Virk lii-Iice, he the ncxi
Pn -ui. ol nl :l;i Unili-i' Sia'c!
In lima iij U illinii R K ng, of Alaha.
un. lor Vicn IV anient, the e nr. e'limn h :s
preseiiu d to the country, as the associate
of Gen. Fierce in honor; a statesman of
ihe highest character of emiiieiil ability
and laiied experience. We need not at
this moment enlarge upon the highly dis
tinguished public career nf Mr. King. It
is well known to the country, and hy his
present eminent station il is conspicuously
presented to die public ey e. We do but
respond lo the universal democratic unti
ment and voice w hen we say that there is
nn man in the country upon whose nomi
nation fur the Vice Presidnicy all leelioii
of the democratic party can rally with
more codialliy and enthusiasm.
In conclusion, we would congratulate
the democracy of the whole country upon
llns most cheering and tirealful result nf
the tubors of ihe National Democratic Con
vention, We regard them a completely
dispelling whalsuver clouds of doubt may
have Hi any moment, nr in any quarter,
seemed to hang over the harmony of our
party, or Ihe triumph ol its noble and Mine
honored catie. Nothing now rein ainsbut
for ihe democracy in every- etion of the
laud In enter upon the contest which isrie
for ihem w ith a deep snd abiding sense
of it immeasurable importance to ihe
peace, trre nrosiienfv, arid even the perpe
tuity, of our sacred Union. On our ban
ner are emblazoned gloriou principles
and noble name. The democratic front
will be unbroken the democratic battle
will be vietoriiiu fur our creed and our
candidates are a union, and uniuii is victo.
O! , ,
From the Lnalivlltt Tlmsl '
When appointments were made by Pre
sidenl Polk, of officer 1o fill if lit eon
ho i i r-. in ti ml, hit I, i in. Hi, made n la
,inl march ui drr ihe most extraordinary
,'.l a uli. s B.itlgi were destroy rM and
nlVicull p-ssis gunidi'd by the enemy,
stormed. On the way In- sustained tin h-ss
h .n I'm: attacks, each of which was gal
lantly r( pill n il W illi flight loss. At one
lime il was reported in this country, and
' suppos, (I hy (, rural Scull h! Put Ida,
that he had been entirely rut oil' uud da-
s'royed hill he finally joined Gen. Scnll'in
safely, aud his command, who were nearly
all uoithern volunteers, in good heal h
and condition, considering the climate and
In the battle before the cilv of Mexico,
Gen. Pierce commanded the first brigade
of General Pillow's division, consisting of
the Oth, 12ih and 15th infantry, attached
lo which was Caplain Magruder's light
On the 1 0 ill of August, llie shack- upon
CotitrerHS was"! commenced. Our forces
were compelled to pass over an uneven,
volcanic lava surface, over which it was
found impossible, lo pass heavy artillery
or cavalry. Geu. Persifer Smith com-
inenced the attack nnd was iinuicdinlely
iiisiained by Grnersl Pierce' brigade
lien. Miili lits ttis lo have sided lln iii.siul
have command of Ihe field, but was una
ble In re'.ch ihere in lime. The enemy
were immense in number aiidv,iih numer
ous pieces of heavy artillery against which
il was impossible to haie much effect
with the light nielde of Magruder, whose
battery was nnn badly cut to piece. Yet
iheie few troop liel.l iheir position, in ihe
most exposed condition, for three or four
hours, till darkness set in. Gen. Pierce,
soon after the emragement commenced,
found himself the tvnior officer, and look
llie direction of operations. Gen. Shildt
was u n able to gel into position before dark.
At ten o'clock at night, Geu. Pierce retired
Willi hi force to the fool of a hill near by,
where they lay on their arm till morning,
in the midst ol a iltenehrng-rain, During
the afternoon, 0n Pierce met with so
unfortunate iccident from- llie fall of his
horse; by which he wa everely injured,
he nevertheless continued in the command.
At daylight on the morning of ihe 20ih
the attack wa renewed ant! llie enemies'
work rapidly Carried curled ;wiih great
destruction of life. It wa during this at
tack that Col. G. W. Mdrgah, of Ohio,
who commanded the ISth regiment, under
Gen. Pierce, w as dangerously wounded.
After this engagement Gen. Shields and
Gen Pierce was ordered to the letof Cher
uhiisro, works that were being attacked
by Worth atn Twiggs' divisions, lo cut oil'
the retreat of llie enemy, They were
compelled to pass over alow marshy med
(low, and while doing this, and in open
field, the South Carolina volunteers, under
(oil. Butler, mid the New York volunteer
under Col. Biirneli, which constituted
Shields' force, were attacked by more than
twenty limes the force of Gen. Shields
and Fierce, nnd several thousand cavalry.
These regiment did not give war but
were literally cut In pieces, bnlh iifiicers
and men. More than one hall' ihe. euiire
regimeiiis were either kilhd or wounded.
Gen. Pierce came rapidly lo sustain ihem.
and after n severe siruggle llie foruines of
of the day were turned in lhal quarter,
against the cncinv. Alibi time late in
the afternoon, Gen'. Pierce fainted nnd
fell from his horse, from pain of his wound
ol the previous day uud exliaustmi, In-
nig been almost constantly m ihe saddle
since the moruinij of ihe I9.h. und rince
Ins hurt with the greatest dilfieuliy mid
suffering. His command then devolved
upon the gallant Col. Ransom, (whose
feats on that and oilier days lorin a proud
pngn in the record of American brat cry.)
who in common with other forces, follow
ed lite retreating foo tu ihu gate uf the
Gen. Pierce's brigade, afterwards, was
of the storming parly lhal scalled ihe walls
of Cliepultepec, uud one of his men at
the same moment with a NewYorker raised
Ihe slurs and stripes upan Ihe formidable
caslle, though Ihe General himself-at the
time, was in a dangerous condition upon
a bed of fever. But the prominent posi
tion on all these occasions given to his
troops, untried volunteer osthey were, in
dicates w bin confidence was placed in them
and what discipline they must have re
ceived. From the Albany Argtu.
The candidates are well known lo the
country and In Ihe democracy. General
Pierce is among the most distinguished
of the public men of New England.
Though yel in the meridian of life, lie
ha attaimd the front rank in a profession
which embraces the highest grade uf cul
tivated intellect which tho couniry can
boast. He has served with distinguished
ability in both house of Congress, exhibi
ting in both sound and ilccaicd salesman
ship, and the talent nnd research which
had giicn him such deserved eminence at
the bar. Nor is he unknown lo fame a
identified wiih the military renown ac
quired for the country and its arms in the
late war wiih Mexico. As brigadier gen
eral, appointed by iProaidanl Polk, he
served Ihrmipli the" war, and at Chuiubu-
co, and in the other halllca belore the city
of Mexico, he displayed military qialilies
in Ihe held scarcely inferior lo his con
ceded abilities as a civilian and a slates
man. The public nro familiar v.ilh llie
stirring incidents of the campaign and llie
prominent pari which Gen. Pierce, prompt
to respond lo the call of this couniry, bore
in a contest which contributed so much lo
the glory and extension of Ihe Ameiican
confederacy. Few men enjoy in a higher
degree the confidence and respect of his
poliiic.il friends, and none hive, higher
claims to his well-earned popularity, even
beyond the ranks of his party..
The Hon. William U. King, of Alaba
ma, stands prominently forward among
the public men ot the South aa one of Ihe
ablest, a he is one of the soundest and
most accomplished nf her dcmociuiic
siesmen. In his presi-nl position of pre
siding officer nf the Senate a position
coiih rn il upon In in hy llie unanimous
vole uf that body and n acting Vice
President nf the United Slates, by the ele
vation of Mr. Filluinro lo the presidency,
he emphatically llonorj llie selection "I his
associaies. fie, icn, enjoy s a wide-spread
and deserved popolarin in his section
of -l.e Union, and his name lends die tick
et a strengili which ddicl opposition,
wlii'r l il insures success.
Tin- iul.iir.,iii. ,tat'nrm nn whirh ihe
candid ales are placed belore llie ,Wierie.ill
people, com. a fully up lo die expectation,
he w Mies, and iho demands nf llie lb--iliociacy
of ll.ee unilry. Il is hm-id. Idle
rnl. Ilii'ional. and enilneiillv r'ght and pa
triotic, and will be iTceived hv the democ
racy of llie lulu. ii. as it washy Ihe audi
ence who listened In il, with high gratifica
tion uud enthusiasm.
also believed thir the bill1 would pan the
ji Account from' the cityif Mexico rep
re lit a constant :'acene of murage and ill or
ders. In one week no less than sixteen
murder were coninuticd.
' 'Fhe weather at New Orlear.a for the
past few day ha been wet and stormy; as
also at Mobile.
DISASTERS ON LAKE ERIE LOSS
OF LIFE AlSD SHIPPING,'
' 4 ' Buffalo, June 10.
A heavy squall swept over the lake this)
morning, in Which the ehooner' Marion,
owned by L; N. Bate, was 'driven on iho
breakwaler, and dished to pieces. Four
of the crew, McDrnmlif, two brothers by
the name of MoFadden, and MeLane,
were drowned. The steamer Charter is
reported ashore at Long. Point, I lunada. - -
CONVENTION OF STEAMBOAT
The Convcnlion have been eneaeed all
day in discussing die bill which has been
introduced by Vr. Duvia.of Massachusetts,
into Congress, relaiivo in steaiiibonts, e'r.
Several amendments were iiroooscd.
discussed, nnd adopted.
I he Convention will probably adjourn
Ibis everting till Saturday.
GUARDIAN- SALE OF REAL ES-
- ,V1'ATE y ,t'
Wm. Humphrey Ousrdian,) - By order of the
vs.. S Probtlel'ouri(.rAsh-
' Stliaiina Httmphtef; . ) Ijind County.
ON the l)lh day or July, A. D-, !8o2, at 3 o'- '
clock, V. M., upon the premiio in the town
or lUywv.ile, will be sold to the highest bidder, .
Ike, following Heal Jitiuo,,i die properly ol feu- ,
ana Humphr y, to will ihe andiviuoil one-eighth
part ol Lou 4, 64, 6.1 and CD. 8jiJ Lola altuat ,
in the Town of Hayeatille, Ashland County and, ,.
that of (lino. Sulijool to ihe dower of the Wid
ow,. Termioreale one-third Cash in head, one- ,
ibird m an months, oue-lhint in one year,.
, , ., j WJU.IAM HUMl'HRKV, - . '.,,',
(iuanlian oI'Sviakna IIukfhut.
Aslitond, lune I, IH63. - Sw3 -'
IS heroby given, that 1 hnve been appointed re
ceiver qi' all tho property aa well aa the notes,
due-bills, and -anciiunts belonging to the Arm oT
Sampset'lc Cor, and all persona owing eaid .firm-
are requested tomakn immediate payments. CAit:.
having any claims against mid firm, will presort
the aauio duly authenticated. -, .
J. ii. JONES, Receiver.
May SG,.l8o2, )tf -,,.'- '
Crops inNorthera Ohio:
A corrcspondenl of jlm New York Even
ing Post, under dale of May 28lh; ihu
writes respecting the crups in Northern
Ohio? ' ,...'.'
The wheal crop is a total, failure in
.Northern Ohio; nearly Ihe entire crnp has
Dec n winter killed. Un the low lands
there is not a s i.ilk left, and the prospect
is that there will not be a fourth part nf a
crop. 'Fhe weather i cold and rainy,
and the farmers have not yel begun to sow
iheir oals, nor plant Iheir corn, and there
is no priispecl that it well ever stop rain
ing. The fruit crop will be very large, ex
cept peaches, of which there is hut very
lew. I'otaloes are selling at one dollar
a bushel at this place.
Wm. RALSTON (
nA8ju.it rcccivfd it Ills Clock, Utchm1 Jewel'
ry cHiablinluiiviit, a very floe am 01 iraen t, of ;
Cloclm, of ditfcivnt itylc and pi ice, lonie very brautl
Till. AUn, Wiitcliuft, luld and hilr. A very line at
aortuHMit of Gild Pcii, waneiiUd. A t)ileiidid ,
iirhiifiit of I'iRloln, Accuidctm Ktifve, Rclnoi,
A iftbcr llemli, ,Iiiflc HiritiK". Violin Bowa, tSpoone, f
lifucrt Knivin ami Furku, md vtrioui oilier artlcka.
wiiii It vii he old i-fatoiial'le furcaalt.
vr '1 lie undernlRiifd, lliaiike Kene)Ou public for
tlietr tmt fvom aud KolitHi cuuiiuuaiice of tlieir
ItaliuiiBj.'. Wui. h ALSTON
ly Hub, 3mo.J. . 1
NEW GROCERY. ,
riMIE underrgncd hiving eatatiltahed himitttf
X n tlie building formerly occupied by Bell ft.
Wliitacy, im now roceiving a larjf and it naiva
IStoca u1GIucerjee rrnaistinqt in part of Cofle,
Te n, Su'ar, Spici, KihIi, Tobacco, Confeclioiv ,
anea, &c. AIbo, a clioico lot of Liquora for Mo
iMvntg purctinecd otir ocK for cnan, inu our
expenses lieing Inaa than that of most other ct
tnlilixhtnenta or a similar kind, we can offer Rrtat -er
induct'mnnts to p rclmaers than our neighbors.
Farmers Mechanics and all others, are invltod to
exumine fur thcmselvea, '
M. W. CART EH,
A.li land, Mny 12, 1952 ,. 6ra41
fTUIE Proprietor tieinii peiminenllv entabliihed
L in tlio Iowa nrMilllia, Aatilninl County, Ohio..
woiilil repclftilly inlorm Ihe public ffcnerally,'
that ho ia propareil to make Cortina to order nnd.
mi the churteut notice, lie ia alao prepared with a
uoarne to convoy L'ieiniotiinpl'ieeoi enterment.
M fflin, May 12, 1S52 4llf i
DkATiisnv lIvDitoruopiA. The N. Y.
Sun of the 2nd inst., sa)s; We published
the death of llie yuine;rai uf Ihe two sons
ol Mr. ()rbiiry, of (iiiilderland, who were
bitten some weeks since by a mad do(i.
Wo now learn, ihriiui;h ihe Schohnrie Pa
iriol, lhal ihe (blest hoy died last week,
that Ihe rldesl hoy died last week, i.ml
that the riephew (a graduate of the Nor
mal Seliool.)whn was also billcn, is ill.
grirniejijBi.wM ' ,p i wwunnMiwym it wiijiw,
CONSUMPTION AND COUfill REMKDYI ;
Dr. HWitnn Hull's Jiaham for the
LungSi for the cure oj
Consumption, rfclinet Aslhmn. Bronrhttlt. Wat-
ting of te fleh, Night S-m' Splitting of
Cold, Cough, lrfluema JJhttfi$ict J'uin ia the
aiaf, ana an at tea mi of the Vhett ah a Lurgt.
10,000 bOI.LA liS REWARD
Is nfTrred lor a betlvr receipt It c ntnins no
Opium, Calomel, or mineral poison, and is sale
tor the most delicitn child
It is eitirmted that 1.50,ro0 permni din annual
ly in the United Htiic with Coitatiniption, and
Prole 6 or Khony snya that a vaat ntimbur ot'thcae
conld hnvu hueti ucd by the timely uae of some
Dr HALL'S Da I mm atrikes at the too' of the
disease at once, mid such is its spcrily etlVct. tint
any one uitn it trooly accu lin to Mirocl ons
lor 21 or 4S h'nirs.nre not entirely su tin lied with
its merit; the botite may bo teturin d, and fAeir
money wilt be rarejvlly retumtd. Ihe niobt dis
tresmig coiih is (rtqucntly relieved by a single
dose, and broken up in a Irw hours' lime. The
pftlictitd d not havo to take bottle alter bottlo be
lore llioy find whether this remedy will atrord re-
Call on the Agent and get a pamphlet gmtis.
The trnaline on Conaninpttonaioiic is worth more
tlun the price ol this medicine, lot wilt linn
certificates of Phymcmus in Cincinnati, and of
others whose cure havo boon eilected here at
home, where they c-in bo found.
iiie pn die h ive bnen imposoil upon by remo
lie), rrcuinmendt'd hv crtdleAles nhicli have al
ways oriiinated Irom tut me unknown source.
We Itolirvo that a itiethcuic fosscsflintf real mar
t's will elfect cures wherovrr. it is uacil, nt home
un well hi abroad. This is nn i: unit otic Prena-
nUon.hut one whieli ifued in t t..n. n will s-tve
Vif) itm of ihont iur and pcrtniiM may m;.ko
ttmbufiitii witti AjjfnU fn m whom thny pur
chatf, Lhal in every a n where it is used fiuely
accuKliiii to dircctiotiH, nnd entire ait shiclion is
not given in ii4 or IS hftiiri, the v can rettcn the
medioino, and their money will bd cheerfully re
fcCTlle sura to ask for JV. Ifatls Dalaam fj,r llie
Lunt's. K-r Sale by
Or. B. F. WHITNEY, AMilnml, O
' nir.P. wihhini: to, it. II" or Kholfftin Povdor
X can be furnished u it Ii na good u arlx'e na
is in ide in the Unit' d State by calling at the
tl iruwuro Mnro in Aaliluiiu
tiopt.Si, lfiOl. 18lf
NEW CABINET SHOP. ,
MMIB undonliinrd would rrppectfully Inform tha
J. public II. at Im i pfriiianciill)-located in the Towa
tf Miilliu, Aaliland County, Ohio, where he 'will man
uTa lui'e and Keep colu'lantly un hand evtrr variety '
ol (Viinct A' are: coiiaiatins of 'I'atilf s, llmratifl, Cen
Ire Table!, lk'tlnu-adu and all older aiiiclea usually
callod Tur in tint line: w tilth ho warrautato be made
i' i t lie bent matenaia and in a Worl.maulike manner.
.M(toi't)ffin iitade on t lie shortcut notice and In'
I) i, and dclivond in any part of iliin and S'ljoioing
Coujlivs. 'i lienhup afi. w lota eonih i-f Vail''l averit,.,
JOHN M. WEAVEK. k
MlniOIny 1-2. iP'ig. ' anni
Tltt iimleriignRil wil. be enuhle tn 611 ell
oriierntor n tira' rn'equalily orttKAlN CltA
lil.KS, ivhich mny bo m He upon upon Mm at
hin Ntiop nbnut 2 miles cant of Aahland, on th
W uufitoi ruaa.
May 12, 1S..2.
JOilN V. GAUDNF.R.
IMPORTANT FROM TEXAS-FIVE
AMERICANS KILLED HY IIIE
MEXICANS THE ME A M DO A I
CAMANCIIE FIRED INTOCUS
TOM HOUSE OFFICER WOUND
In llie Diiliiuiore 5un of llie 4ih insl.
we find the follow inij private ilispalchos to
I Ii ta t puper from New Orleans, beuring date
of lilt! 21 just
The siiMiiifliip l'ucht srrivril loilny,
liriniii)( daks from llrmvusvillu to the 211 h
ult. UuiniKe hy the Muxicaus coiiliiiui-il
tu urcur ulniy tin- Kin tirandi:
A party nl Mi xicsiis, forty in ntinibor,
cmsu'.il the riuT mill killctl fr e Amitric.ins,
I) RIDGE NOTICE.
rptlERE will be (iSeicd on Tiierdar, Ihe l.nth ilay ot
X June iiext.at linn ibtiiCli, f. H.. the hulldiug ut a
untile acri... inc jcrumc rurh, in urango tuwiLliip,
a, u, nci k. ttuijiucii.
May 90, IHW. awl
"VVKIl hnlfa million of tnatimonlala have heer
f reeei oby the ProprietorofM'AI.ISTKB'S
ALL HKALINC OINTMKNT! Prom Phyaiciana
'ho moat ikilltiil anil celehrutcd,froin Counaeltora
learned in the Jaw, from Judge, of celebrity on
the bench, from Mmi.tera ot the Goapel, nho.e
undeviating integrity have made them .Inning
lightimtlie pnth of Truth, frinn enlightened Pro
fc..ori,froni acute Merchnnl., and from tho.e ot
every itntion, name and decree of mankind all
of which, without one dia.eniinfr bjection, pro
nouuee thia Ointmont to lie Goodl
A. day hy day it unnbtru.ively eitenda III
libera of action alon the borders ot our vaat
country, and ie circuited through iti eatent, new
evidenci'a nf iti power and new proof, of iti
emiciicy are continually ueveiopod. dnrtt mifi
i i !... ;j .ii : .I..I..
Mho were eiicuuipiil lit Luke Cauipacutin, four year. have eilaliliahcd the aatoimding fact
liuyonil the power nl C4VH or conlniilictiiin, thrt
it ta inr A1.LIULK in tne cure ot nil rumora
on ilit) Amerii'iih nidi-; twu nlhi-rs escaped.
1 lie steamer ( umiinclie li.nl iain befit
fired uilii hy tint Mt-xiaini, ntul Mr. Ilrttsli
ei, llie Ctisiiuii House ullieer, was danger
iiusly wouiidi'd, mill an Americau lady
Mr. Kn;iirs, a iiirreliant at Rio Grande
City, hud bei n Hssussiiiiiliil in hi own
store by a Mexican. Tiles outrages had
created an intense neilfntvtit all along the
Aiuerie.au aide uf the river.
FURTHER FROM MEXICO-THE
PASSAGE OF THE TE11UANTE-
PEC TREATY CONFIRMED-
UNSETTLED STATE OF THE
Private advice received hy tlia brig
Amtrkun, from Yrra Cruz, confirm the
report of the pnscigp, hv the Mexican
Chamber, ol a hill grutil.u the right of
way across Iho Islliniu nf J cliuautcpec
lot. ot. cioo, ot flew unean. it wa;
Ulcer., Sorri, Uiirm. Tetter, Pile. Scrof
ula, Eryiijiolae, Ohilblnina, 8cald Head, Sore
Kyes, (jiiin.y, Croup, llhenmatism, Broken
flroait, Ague in the Face, Corn., kc. It eooiDlete.
ly re.lorea the lii.oniible PKIlsl'lKATItlN. and
hy this me.i.i npen. tho.e avenue, by which
nature intonded to oipol the morbid matter of the
tmily mum. the .y.tcm elenmedi tho uluod pa
rittoill and the h alth reatnred.
It ha power tn ciu.o all eilornal f orna Srro
u?oul Uunon and Poi$onou9 wound, to diKharg
their putrid mntien aud then heal Ihem. Il ii
rightly termed All llenling, for there i.acarcaly,
a dmaa.e, eiterual or internal, that it will aot
benefit. I have aaed it tor the last fourteen years
fur all the di.ea.ee nf the ehe.t cno.umptinn
and liver involving (he utmo.t danger and re
pun.ihilityi and 1 declare before heaven and
man, thai Dot in one eingl c.e hae it failed to
benefit when the patient waiwiihin reach of mor.
tal mem.. .
J. M'ALTSTKR, 141 Fulton-rt., N. T., Soli
A. k 8. HKNDRK, Agent. foV Ohio.
f'uriale at almoil every btor and Bruggi.t
8hop ia (c'io, and by - 1 -
riinovun to cincishati ami itovns;
132 Cleveland, Columbui and 1S52
'S;(.....M tf? f?)T5
RAIL ROAD, , :
C10NNKCTED ai Columbu. with the Columha
J k. Xeuia,AMl Little Miami Aail Roads to
Cincinnuti; the Pitt.biirg k Cleveland, Painea-
II o k A.liubulr. Itailjtiiaila It Ulovclaua. and '
wi h the Saudui-ky & Newark Rail Roud atShet-
SLMMh.K AW HAIt..IMI.ri 1
On nnJ attrr April 5 h, trains itsave at follow Z '
Sunday eiceptcd: '
Cleveland for Culnmbus, Kipross Train, it 11:00'
end Mail and AccommfMhition, S:J0 PJa.
rjloraland fur tnlumbus and Way Stations,, with '
FreittHt, it 6:00 A.M.
Columhus inr Clovrland, Mnil mil) Accommoda-
li'ni. nt 0:00 A. M. aod Kinross at 11:50 A. M.
Columbus tor Cleveland and Way Hutioiis, witti '
Freilit aud block, nt 6:30 A. M.
Passengers leaving C'lereland bv ilia 11:00 A
M. KsprcHS train, dino H Sliulby, arrive it Co '
liitibua at 6:10 I. M-, and Cincinnati at 10:1) P.
M. . Heluninc I on vi Ciiicmslli at6:?0A.M..
dine at Colutnhtm a 11:30 A.M., and arrive at
Cleveland at .f:C0 1 M coniioctinir with Fir it ,
Vltiii ritemneis for IJiifTiln nnd Dun k irk.
FiK-tenuers Irnvins Clevl -ml by the 2:30 P M.
train arrive at Culuntbiifi nt 9:30 P M.,snd si Qin
cinnntti m xt day at 11:10 A. M Jlfiurning
Ira n Tincinuiitlti 2:3U V. iJ , t.ftlumhus ate 0O--
. M.. next dav, nntl arrive at Cleveland at Stw
P. M.,in nine ir the t ains kuviitg I'or Centre
villr nixl P-ttsl urj;.
l lip bXiiresi train slops nt hrniton, weUingtonr
Nnw Linon, S clhy, Galmu Curdmgton snd
Dulawaro only, and roirls folumbus at 610.
ni., i;r.ciniiiiitt ;u ivto v. ro.
PuhKciteis will bo t;cki'lcil by Rnil Rosd anf
Kliifics lictef n rivvclamt and Klyris, Cleveland
and Obcrl in, Cleveland smt Mi Inn, Clevelsod md
N.trwulk, CicvaiHuu and Wountcr,
tB TlieCiinn li y ii pr pared tu receive tVifht.
on cults fitment, nnd trnip-rt it tosny point on
Uieir Ruid. (l-orpiirticulsts(atje rrcilit lanQ )
t. A. KM'itl I , Agent, tlcvclaml,
OKI). WA J'SiriN, Cnlifmbm ' '
J. P. DAVIS, " Shoiby.
A. aT0VR, .Tn ,8iipenntendenl.
OtTicn of the Clove'nml, Coiumbu It Cinctn-)
nati R. R. Co.. Cleveland, March, 30, 1852. I
Appointments for July.
D OCT. II. TUIIBS, Anlaytical Pyhsicisn, will
be in attendance it bis rooms u follows
Aihland, Pampicl House. Tuesday snd Wed
nesday snd SO nnd SI July.
MaiiNficld, Nurth Amencnn' Hnnse, from Sit
urday 3 o'clock, P. M. until Monday uoon 17, 18
Woo iter Atnericnn House. Thursday 22d July.
The coming appointment ii unavoidably da
lered until July, alter which visits will be regu
larly made it the usa.l inteivalt of lour to five
Those alfl cted wiih diseases of the Liver,
Lungs, Kidneys or Spleeu, Inflamations, flhtili'
tin in, Aillmia, Shortnesi ol Brouth or Difficulty
of lireaihing L)ysprpin, Dn-piy, Weiknem or
Nervous Dis-ihility, Keitleine, Lom of Appetite,
Comti ation, Duruiigement Ol the Stnmoch, Bil)
ious afTections, Gravel, White Hwelling, Cancers,
Ncrufulu, U errs, Impuiities of the blood, or iiy
Chronic nrlong stnnding dlienses are Invited to
call. Ifo chargt Jor eoniultattvn
To centiuuQ the promised variety, we thit
month prevent the full wing: Nunifrous easeo
of Kever Votes, White swelling,- Lumbar, and
other abicewes have beea snouesi ully trastsd
within the lat year. The cures ire invariably
effects by internal detergent remedies t an an
ti-puimnouseliaraotodr. In this elissof disease!
particumny, we iaa- picture in eon irsi ting tns
result with any ur all other modea ol treatment.
Weaguii invite invalids to sesreboutand acquaial
theinelves with the circit instances published,
and at the same time ehullenge our euemiea ii
shnw that a single re timmnnl tn distorted or ovee
colored in the least ewicntial particular. '.
Case of Mr. Jothua Eve i hart, of Plain tp., Wayne
Wblle eroitlng th Uthmus from California, o n Pe
eeiubcr Ml, bs wu atiackrd with a viuleut pain In the
n I in uae, cauiru oy capoiure, inis coulluted wits.
utb tevsilty that lis tiiMid not sleop. pr cbanjte poa
liirt, without ine utmost caution. The breatuini was
short and painful, and ihe effect' of a eoualr waa
crutlatns. At leuatb th ilu became much swollen.
S4tumd a dark piirpla appearance, and finally Mpftrat
ed, and cimthiucd disciiaiping laritc quautltiti of
putiid matter, tuppoitcd by the attendant tu proceed
horn the liver. Nome months ago analytical tiral
niMit wan tiiKtltuted. HI sec then dUcbsrfei have cn
lltclr c 1 he Burface bsi healed iouutlr, and the
rain wholly removed. Mr. K. ia now In the (all sn
jofiasntof hull bead ability to labor.
Aprils, UW. , . . . ...... ... -i