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RBrURMCAff STATE TICKET.
, For Governor.
t W2UKM DENNISON of Franklin Co.
For Lieatenant Governor.
ROBERT C. KIRK, of Knox County.
. For Auditor nl Stats
ROBERT W. TAYLOR, of M.'l.onlog Co.
..- For rWrstarw nf Rials,
.ADDISON 1 RUSSKLL. of Vl'eton Co.
;t For Troaaitrer of State.
- ALFRED P. STONE, ofFreuklia Co.
F Sapreme Jun'j'e,
; Y1LUAM Y. CIIOLSON. of Hamilton.
t For Member Board ef Public Work,
JOHN B. OREGORIT. of Scioto County.
For Sohool Commissioner,
ANSOtf SMYTH, of Loose County.
gWTh Kepablieaes of Fsir6IJ oouoty
.will bar a grand -rallj ia Lancaster, on
tttrdaj, Aagwat, ISlh 1859. Hon. A.
K Stoke, BtAurov, and others will bo
f&ieat and address ibe meeting. Let the
people of the or-unir of fiete?er political
" uii w ur cnouiu, BD(J ms
patsionMa ,dicu8ioQ pf tba issues of the
. ' Jy. out. We hop lo s-ee largo
sad. eothmiaslifi meetir g. It ia important
. that ih ftnM;tr S ,1.:. . ..
. rl "--' wi VUUU1J HUB
'--In a atronrr and determined effort tbi fall.
j Let oi redeem "old , Fairfield," let it ba
' svcjjuuiwains in our
? m'vUt, Lot the -corruptions of tbe party
in power be robulaj. 1 . . ' ...
CerrcsiqBSB n-twra la Rra Cam
. didalo lor (Jurernoc.
'The (lumbas.Mm of K.i.rl..
. , .publishes . tbe - foltowift' correspondence
penmen loc nrsl candidates for Governor
vwuo mi ,TO If H. DEHMSON,
' V cvtixo, July 13. 1859.
lion. nit. VtHtuon-Dear Sir; As
the o great parties in : the 8.ate, by
L.,a Deea respectively notnina
led for the dfTin. rl n...
rtoubtedly, in seoordanee with long estab
baked MMga.aspeot as to addles the peo-
m. .-..o. po,nu curm- tbe ptidiiiir
oaer.s, I propose, as the fairest und most
aatiefaoiory method for presenting our
views, joint meetings at 0I pM jQ e(lol
Cveigresswnal district, for tlte , disoussioc
. W ma important questions. State and na-
"' wmon aivida ns. I feel ery
f8Jnt that suoh diieuMioos, 06oduoted
... . , nucrniuy anu caoaor, will
.vutraiop me true merits of
thsHA niiaalinnc ll
. . - - - vu.ncir , sure
that aetther of us could desire lo introduce
Into the discussions anything iqooasisteut
-isitb-ourstsoding ss gentleweo.or unwor-
' tbyof tbe bsndid consideration of tbe
enlightened and ' paiHotio oiiisens of the
'Z 8,t'" w,,' mi?,,, bon'' with a besiio0.
Should you concur with ma ae to tbe
-proriety of (hie srrsngemrnf, ths Chair
' stteu of he State Ceatra) Commilte can
; rX t; re upon tbe ntoessnry
- detAile lo carry it into effect. '
" ' Very respectfully, your ol-ediVnt ser
n,... It. P.HANNEY.
MB. DKMHIKnw n
.. w Coi'u",u Jty JO, 1 859: '
IIo,;",-Vt RAsmv-Zlrar Sir. Your
a.ivmeu note oi the 13th kill, rescbed me
last. RVurday vflernoon,. as 1 was about
i-asing ixmuo, and my abtenca siooe will
,.acgonn to you. for tbo delay f my roply.
v 'M7PingppolnltnenUruDoiog thro'
.. mt ku me nitutivor inmi
n. z -' "I -tau-
nsncd prior to the rroetpt pf your lettes, a
tat of which yon will find i
otber engagements tot , indoBaite liujoi
previous to the election, will prevent me
ulting so extensive oanvaaa with you as
lo dticlioe all otber engagomsnU than those
of ine-jtmg yon for the purooaea vou refer
to Delwvan the 5lb and 20ib of September,
wolusive.duriiuj which timo wa osn have
w Vn 7 'K1'1 "' msolings in different
purla of tbe State. Itrusl this modifioa
tiou of your proosal will b aoopptuble to
you, in wbieb oasa our two State Cootm-it-;
tjes an arrange the delaUa and deniguata
, Mie limes And places for the meetings. . 1
. wiM thank you for an sarly roply. !
'-Truly yours, W, DENN1S0N, Jn,.:
- .. JIHKIB liAMlwr TO MH. OKMNISON.
Clivsl.ho, July 28, I860.
Wt.. DMHiitaoiv, Jii.-.jrW; Sir.
. Your iwte of ba 20th in. was plaood in
toy liaads to-day, opon my return, from
4h West, where I have ben ainoe it was
'. written. I rp;ret wry inuuh your inabil
f .v vum .mo vamnign iu ino manner
r,ppi)aed, as I doem itimpoitant that our
' twpeotivs poihioBS should be early dvGned
and the lira indkaied in your note is far
V'loo abort to enable at to roach soy oon
i sU. rable po.tion of the mople of tbe Stale.
,'Bttt nOtwilhHtiwd.. XhtBt obotioqa to
the midifiinlion of my proposition, 1 1
f -bsva ronoludott to twoept youra, and hope
n"v,r7 srangements will be tuade
- U sdi- early Jay, . . . '
" ;l ,? Very truly yours,' '
" ' - U. V. HANNELY.
With J.i.l,,. 11.-.- .i
mwtiug of the two candidates could not
.ba made more frquent.. , Wa should like
-4oJiesr Mr. Dkhmmom. an.l u iru-i.
"qS-eusalaisly and at length tbe political
"s iasiis. that dWU we, Bwh discussion
it -would lead -greatly lo the eaJIgbteliment
i l "P0I,,;" jf-i what we need
,. l tbepublio be Weiilighlenedv and there
art to fears of the Mtuk. Mr. Din Miaou
ia'all and eloectand with "righfat bis
.. aid would vanuuiah bis opponent with
" t-T'The Ati.imtk) Mourner, a Mags
line dwoted to Literature, Art, and Pol,
ttica, is agaia upon our .' table. Tbe von
0I combine every department of liters
lure, audilable for the taste
of tbe most I
t..njii .r. . . ..
'""""- i ne August numDer le both
rich and rare-
T.rylody .konld b.v. it , ":Ae;Pl f sLon
..i i .. iw News wntes from the ate seal bf war:
fading . uble. Subscription
Sampson A Co'., Boston,, Msa
. . , . . ,
XBrA steel iron imtiB.krf : j
't t i i . ' , vis i wmi i
' M lo!o! V 10. wbi.h. a Dtoeman mb t.
iu. wur.n, a. ptoenan caa
.:i . . . .
u near a ore., xslofl
..v.. uiv.. uiaaiaas iook.-
cperator a chance lo see.whila
Uom s Iuo Ijyla U dvlugcs (ho Usmus
ttpobllcaa CaailUitle lor Supreme imlje.
Tbe Cincinni Enquirer, the orijan of
the Hamilton county Democracy, ia speak
ing of tbe Hon. William Y. Gliolson, ibe
Republican Candidate for Supreme Judge
pawn the following comphnuntaiy notice
of bim in speaking ol bit connection with
the ItcHllioan ticket.
"Tbe Hon. William Y. Gholeon is agon
tleman wlioee abilities and high general
qaslifioations lor the judicial office no man
can deny. His services in the Superior
Court of this sitv hare derunnstratail lliia
fact to all who have bean witnesses of his
eareer. TalDts, lesrning and industry
are his in a suoerior decrren: ami if h
not exhibited the nowerofa. Manafinlil or
a wursiiau to go oiund the precedents of
. ... .....
ine taw ana seize, in their simplest forms
iU organic principles, ha' bat only 'shown
ths want of thai whoaa nrainiA ia . un
common as to render its possessor ono of
ioa wonaers oi bis generation.
, So is Judge ihouon- ia the ordinary
acceptation of the phrase n honorable
man. He has never been accused of nar
rownesh or illitx-ralitv. or a nroneness to
iujustioe. Pursuing quietly Ibe walks of
a laborious proiession, lie nss, without
gamisg reputation for a spirit of chival
rous crenerositTi bean looked onnit a nna
inclined to be just in all the relations of
wo, private ana proitsaiooai."
aWWe have received Blackwood for
the present montli. The new volumes of
the four RevicW and UUckwool oom
menoed with July, making - the present a
very ravoraoie lime at whiuh to subsoribe.
Terms; for sny one of the ' four Reviews.
63; two of tbe four R 'View, 95; three of
the four Riviews, 87; all four Reviows,
m u a jk. -. . .
oo; niacBwooa, vj; Uiaokwood and ono
Review, 95; Blackwood and two Review,
7: Ulackwood and thraa ILvia fti-
Ulaokwcod and the fi.ur, Uniya ftln
A discount of 35 per oent. fiom the above
'HI. .11 a . . .
price, win us nuowea to oluos ordering
four or more copies of the above works. -
Address Lboxahd, Scott ft Co., No. 51
Cold St.N. Y. ' .
ClMCIIHiTI. Ifondav. Auouit 1. 185!).
- - - . rt " ' '
Jlaylon Liaht rain at four o'clock on
Sunday afternoon. Vrv lienvv rain in ilia
evening; commenced about seven o'clock
.j . . ...
sou iasiea aooui an nour, accompanied by
thunder and ligktuing. Pronpeots of more
ram 10 mgnt. .
Columbus Sundav morn i nor at davlltrl
the weather was cloudy; at nine A. M.
light rain; at three P. M. very hard rain:
mis mornintf about uavlurlit mmUrtta rain!
four o'clock P. M. verv hard rain. Now
clouily, with the appesrance of more rain.
White Sulphur Springs, 0. Commeno
ed reined here sboul five A. M. yesterday
It rained heavilv through bin! nioht. am
licht showers to-dav. Now cloud v. with
, , 1,
appearanoe or mere rain.
, Crestline. O. SIMitahnwrratton A Xf
yesterday, asd showering all the afternoon
very heavy rain about midnight. This
mriuiiir raiiinu UBiwflvmavfln anil eiini.
cleared ofi, but clouded up this afternoon,
ana at seven r. N. very heavy shower.
Now oloudjr asd quits warm.
Mansfield. O Smart showers vealnr.
day forenoon and afternoon, and a vflirv
heavy rain sarly this morning. Now warm,
with indications of mora rain.
ZanesviUe, 0.Very little' rain yoster
lay and to dav. Th. re haa been ennui.
dcrable rsio in this vicinity.
ueiaware, U. Kained most all day yes
terday. Very hard rain last night and this
Cleveland Yesterday cloudy with little
rain; last night and thta morning rain and
thunder; to-day alternately clear b oloudy;
nOW Clear OVerhen'l. with dark fllnuHa
south and wost prospeotanf rain to-night.
South Clarlcston. 0. No rain today,
but there is every appearance of a shower
Fort Wsvne. Ind. Rvnod somn littU
on Sunday; no raiq to day.
iuvsusvuie, ind, ao ram sioco yester
day a week siro; some aoDearanca of rain
Vincsnnes, Ind. yine ram Isst night
from uioe torluvon.and from two till tlimn
this morning; now warm ami oloudy.
tuuiauHpuiis. ongni rain iiutt niglit;
now warm with the SDoearaaoa of rain.
'letra liuute. Ind. S.iulii anrinllinir
yesterday atteruoon; no ruin to day; now
Mad tsoa. Ind. Raineil about an hour
yesterday afiornoon; now oloudy.
iiaiayeiw, ind. Heavy shower yoalor
day; now oloudy. ;
Oreensbiuuh... Ind. Nn ralna t,i. , 1. u-
now ulomly, with prospoots ol a shower.
RTSeVmour. Ind. Smart snrinklim lai.
tor day afternoon; now dear and hot.
, WT il UP a a. .
xoortn vernon, rml. named a little yes
tordsy; none lo day; now ohiudy sod warm.
IjSWrenoeburi-h. Illll.knlnnil Uutnirhl-
fine showers betweon Delhi and Cullnma in!
day at noon; cloudy and sultry, with indi
cations of rain. -
Alton. IllinoisNo rain voaturdavMinw
cloudy, with prospects of rain. ' '
itontieiu, Illinois blight showorS yes
terday; now oloar and pleasant.
: Olnur. Illinois-Fine shower hat awn luirr
oone to-day; now clear. '
Morvowtowo, 6hM Rain all day yes
terday; Kghl showers to-day; now oloudy.
Chicago It lill J hard Hatnnliv i.L.Kl-
oloudy yesterday foreuooo;. now clear and
Piltsburgb Light showor ' yesterday
noon; rained hard this morning about ten
o'ulock, and again this evotiiiiir between
seven and eiirht o'clock, romlnri mv Bnirin
of ihn streets almtsl impassible.
Uluo Lick Springs, ky. Fiue rain ibis
yoiung. . . , , t
Louisville Slight rain at five o'clock
this morning; now vloudy.
Wheeling Val No
showery all day to-day; now oloudy. '
u aingion, rvy.-oiigin ram to-day; now
uloudy, with appearanoe of a shower.
rrsnsiin, uiuor-Very light shower
vesturday; this morning quite cloudy, but
e!sr.d off lowsrd noo4u Fine shower at
eight o'clock this evening, Slid bow still
raining, urops will cenerslly recover in
this ioliknrl.l l-l'I. (
i . - . . .
il ia surprising tl.e terror the name of
the Usatral occasions tbe enemy. I read
lea alBhLS-fl atnaw t fal.. o
sa abswd story in one of the Swise papers,
U..i iv. Ih.i.u. ..i.i:... L.i: '
"" " A"Ti"a aoiujeu ds vetivu u was
L t. n ...... 7 .
aiiouga mr warioaioi io toueli or look at a
man. aad aav Fotlaia m. ik. v..
immediately, whether he would or no be
Alma b Haefaal baI.1ab Tf .. S ... la ! it
--w-w. -v..u v.
!Rm ' P"'et M"T- Dot true it iMhey
Ffcwsbr the Anglo Saxon.
Qckhkc. July 30. In the House of
Coniinons, on the lOih, Lord lolin Russell
slated that the subject of the Stadt duties
as under consideration by the law offiors
oi the lrowu, who, pending their decision,
rauommend the ronowal of tlis former
treaty for aix months.
Mr. tjUdstosa introduce! his Annual
Exchequer UuJget. The follow in sr are
the principal figures: Rjveuue of the year.
joo.su.uuu; expenditures or the yesr
6'I.CC3,000; ealimaied revenuo of tbi
current year. 64.310.000, estimated ex
Mr, Oladstone proposed . to add fou
. a l. T 1 rr .
peace io me income xax oa lUo income
over JL 1 50 and a half oennv on the
income between 150 100. -The 'de
bate which followed was lavorablo to the
scheme proposed, by Mr. Gladstone to in
crease tho revenue . The "consideration of
the budget in ita details was Gxed for tbe
J I si lust.
It waa announced in the House of Lords
on tbe 19th that the subject of telegraphic
communications with Gibralter, America
and the Weal Coast of Afrioa was receiv
ing tho serious attention of that Govern
In the House of Commons. Mr. Ilorsman
gave notice of bia intention to introduoe a
resolution providing that works for . the
country defense shall be provided for
otherwise thaa by tbe annual vote of Par
liament. x ,
ibe announcement of peace is said to
have caused signs oi commercial improve
ment in France. :
. Tbe Paris flour market was dull, and
wheal was lower.
The Paris correspondence of the London
Herald says that the greatest activity pre
vailed along the French coasts. Tbe chan
nel coast was being fortified, and from Cher
bourg to Dunkirk earth batteries were bo
ing constructed at the dislaoae of every
three thousand yards. -
Tbe Paris . Pays says that the whole
impei iil GuarJ, a divitsion of tho infantry
of the line, and a battalion of Chssseurs.
selected frcm tho different corps . of the
army of Italy, ha I received orJers to
msreb immediately for Paris, where they
win roueire a aisnnguisued reception.
On the Paris Jiouiso rates on (he 19tli
Italt There were strong indications
of discontent in Some parts of Italy.
Great agitation existed st Florence. The
rrovisonal Government of Tuscany had
issued a proclamation describing the basis
of peace as betraying tbe fairest hopes
iuai me mscan uovernment participated
in, and were tbe sentiments of the people,
and deolariog that the Tussns will not be
replaoed undor the yoke snd influence of
Austria against ber will and righti.
I Word says that a Frenuh oorps of
40,000 men will remain in Italy until the
reorganisation of Hie country acoordiog to
ins treaty oi rills Manes.
The Piedmontese correspondent of the
usny iNews says Ibat fresh Piedmonlese
troops are going lo Romangs with Napo
leon's consent to maintain order' and taka
from the Pope all hope of recovering it hv
lbs holpof the Swiss Ounrds.
Ilia most important Uwus of , tl.e - Ro
man States bad seal a deputation to con for
with Garibaldi iu retraid to tba condition
of affairs. . ., .. , . .
Modena snd Parma are said lobe in a
state of rsvolt. The Austrian troons re
main io their .position, the same , as if
poaoo had not been oonoludod.
Orders had been tiveu to some of the
French ships of-war to proleot Frenchmen
and Iheir property in Tusoany in case of
need. i ,
The Paris correnpoDdeat of the Post
says that it has never been intendod to
support, by the Frenoh army, the re
turn of the Grand Duke of Tusoany. It
was reported that Strdinia has recalled
its representatives from Tuscsay and Mo
dena.and that the provisional Bovernments
of Tuscany and Moderns are organising a
ioruo iu ofiptae mo return ol the iukes.
Chevalier Perliiri had been sent from
Florence cq a specisl mission. ,
Tbe Times correspondent 'sav v thai the
news of pesos produced the crestost exas
peration and defection a( Turin. , ;. .
, ibe Emperor was accused of bointr a
traitor lo Italy. His portraits bad lo be
withdrawn from view in the shop wiuuows
to prevent them from being broken.
the Upiuione, of iuruv mauifests dis
satisfaction at Venice being allowed to re
main iu the hands of Austria. '
The Government of Lombsrdy had
cautioned the editors of tbe press sainst
tho reoeul events, and recommended them
to assume moderatiou, under pain of sup
PuusaiA The Prince Regent had is
sued an order of tho day to the army, ex
pressing satisfaoiien with tho treaty of
peace and Ihn oom.ludion of lbs war,
General Wrangle had been removed
from the command of ibe avmy which was
lohave beeii concentrated on the Rhine.
Names Fonr . thousand Swiss Iroops
had left Neapolitan service and gone home.
Tba disbauthueiit o( many more was ox
PhO. WlRS AND U1S SrSTKMAtW- BaL-
ioonino. Prof. Wise loft St. Louis in hii
balloon Jupiter, accompanied by his son,
on the 30th July, inteuding to land near
Liifayelto." The voyage ended about thirty
miles from St. Louis, iu coiisequonoe of a
raiu, which Boas oil the net work of the bal
loon and brought it down. The voyagers
rosohed Lsfayette by railroad. The Prof,
ia oonfiduut that if it had not been lor the
rain he would havo landed near the point
he had proposed to reach. He expects to
mako another trip, stsrling from Torre
Haute, in a few dnya.,
Wobth Knowinu. A young lady in
Ibis oily, says the Philadelphia Moroing
Post, while in lbs country stepped on a
rusty nail which run through her shoe in
to her foot. The inft imstion and paiu
was very groat snd lockjaw wassppiehen
ded.' A friend of the family recommend
ed the application of a beet, taken from
tho garden, and pounded fino, to the
wound. It was done and the effect waa
benefioial. Soon the inllamation ,begau lo
subside, and by koepiog on the crushed
beet and changing it for a fresh ono, as ii
seemed to beoome irapsired... Simple and
s(Totual romedies like Ibis should be kuowo
to every one. s . . . ..
star Truth extirpates errors as grass ex
tirpates weeds, ky working its way into
their places, and leaving them no room to
grow.- Higgles worth. ,
, MW A man should never be ashamed lo
own be has been in the wrong, which is
but saying, in other words, that he is-wiecr
than be was yesterday. lVpe.
KicadisU Allimpt In Destroy o Itatlrand
Krora Ihd I,rtttuoulh (Ohlv) Tilbvuo.)
. An attflitipt waa jitade veslerday on the
S. A IL V; Railroad to destroy the After
noon Accomodation -train androurder all
on board, which for oolj hearted deliber
ation and auJaoity is misupassed by any
attempt ol Ibe kind on record. Ibe par
ticulars are as follow: lhe Aocomoda
tion traij left here as usual at 1,40 P. M.
ine tram consisted of one passenger car,
and llirce pltlforra ears. : At a curve about
ono and a half miles this side of Gepbarl's
station, sod twelve miles iromllu place,
there is a bridge 40 feet long, and.- some
twelve, foci hirj. spanning a ravine, in
which are rough rooks aud sharp stones
vi me irain turned mo curve sua ap
proaches to within a hundred yards of the
bridge, lhe engineer, Wm. Burt, discov
ered that a rail had been taken up from tbe
track on Ibe bridge, and removed : inward
some two feet. -
The engineer whistled down breaks snd
reversed tbe engine, snd then prepared to
make a desperate jump for his life.- But
the (rain was upon the bridge, and be
could hot jump without apparently jump
ing into the very jaws of death. ' He hesi
tated a second, and in that second the en
gine, lender and three freight trueks leap
ed the chasm by the wheels bouncing over
the (imoers of tbe bridge I
' Beyond tbe bridge there ts an embank
ment some ten or - twelve feet high, and
the freight trucks went over this, but the
engine did not.., The passenger a d bag
gage' cars fortunately did not reach the
opening before the engine wasoheukod, or
a uumber of persons would probably have
been killed. As the engine passed over
the bridge, the brakesman (Mr. Moultner)
! J IT IT I I
inmpea ou. tie struci a locust . tree, and
fell through the ' timbers, some fifteen or
eighteen feet below. He is raid to bo se
riously injured, ntd was taken Id hisfam
ily in Hamden. '
Tbe affair delayed the down train until
after eleven o'clock last oigbt. An hour
before the accident, (if it may be so call
ed,) Messrs. Burt snd Boyer were at the,
spot where the rail was removed, and un
loaded a load of ties. - The track was all
right then. The rail was removed in the
next half hour, evidectly with tbe murder
ous design of intercepting the afternoon
tram, snd precipitating oars and pasien
gers llirough the bridge. ' Strong su'oio
ens are entertained against a man living
in uie neignoorcooa.
Mixino up tub Badiis The Weaver
villo (Cal.) Journal gives the following
sccosntof an affair which, however it may
move1 the laughter of our resdeas, we fancy
mails' seme of the! parties concorned 'laugh
on the wrong tide of their mouths.'
Some time ago, thero wss a dancing
party given 'up north;" most of the ladies
present had little babies, whose poisy pre
vcrsity required too much attention to
pormif their mothers' to enjoy the dance.
A ouuiberpf gallantyouo" mm volunteer
ed to watch the young ones, while the
parents indulged in a 'breakdown.' No
eoonor had the women left the babies in
charge of the miiohevious devils, than
they stripped the infants, ohanireil their
olothes.giviog to one tbe apparel of another.
The dance over, it was time to no home.
and the mothers hurriedly took each a ba
by, iu tbe dress of her own, and startod,
some of their homos ton or Cftoea miles
off, and were far on their way before day-
right. - JJut tho diy following, tboro was
a prodigious row. in that setloment, and
then commenced some of tho tallest female
pedestrianism; living miles apart, it re
quired two days to unmix (lie babies,' and
as many months to rostore the women to
their naturaly sweet dispositions. To
this day it ia unsafe for any of the baby
mixers toveturo within the territory.
. Pxacs Rkjoicinus ist Pari. It deems
certain- that ths nows of tbe pesce caused
great joy in Paris. A correspondent cf
i ne riew lorx ilflrald says:
i must do the 1'arisians the malice to
say that on this occasion, when aN seemed
to vie with eaob other m docking their
wiudows, tleir poiohes, their house tons
aud their balconies with banners and many
oolored lamps for an impromptu illumina
tion, that the signs of joy - aud gratulatios
were liiUmtely mure uoqualiGed than on
any previous ocossiou when- mere victory
WHO IUB UUjirJCl Ol 1(, ,.
Tun Sows oi- Kossuth. In the list of
tudents st University Colleta. London.
who on Saturday . last reoieved orizes at
the hand of no less distinguished a perso
nago than tin Premier of Great Britlain,
Lord Paimerstoni we find the names of
the two sons of tin ex-Governor of Hun
gary. While he is or is about to be in the
livid seoking the independence of his coun
try', his sons have been winning laurels in
the more peaoeable department of archi
tecture, natural philosophy and astronomy
and civil engineering. It says not a little
for these young strangers, that in a con to it
with upwards of two hundred students,
thoy should have suooeeded io gaining so
honorable a position, and quite as much
ored'il is due to their siro, that in all his
adversities he has adhered so religiously
to the doty of a parent, aud has placed his
sons st least on the right rosd to honorable
independence Glasgow Coramonw'ltb.
"I" inn J. There ar 'b.o'Iwo" letters Co
tho manuscript alphabet of tbe English
language which oecaaionsso muoh trouble
or onuses so muoh misoonstruotioo as the
letter I and J, as many insdvortehtly write
them. The rule for writing them proper
ly, and which should be universally un
derstood and adopted is to exDnd the J
below tbe liue while the I should be writ
ten even with the - line. ' If those -who
write I for J knew how "it sometimes
puzslod printers, they would remember
the suggestion. ' - ' '
jf"Sdtiator Brown of Mississipplvmade
a apeouh at a barbauuo a few days ago, in
wluoh says tho Yicksburgh Whig, .lhe ex
Governor declared , himself ,iq favor of ta
king Cuba honorably if we can, if not take
it anyhow. He also wanted Mexico; Hay
ti, Jamaics.and all the land 'lying aroucd'
anywhere adjacent to tho, United Slstea.
He proclaimed himself .a filibuster aud
wanted to see them st work, lie was op
posed to the reopening of the African
slave trade, but thought several of tbe lawi
against it ought to be repealed aud the
rest re-modeled. Morning Newe. .
W It is liard to personate ' and act a
part long; therefore, - if a man thinks it
convenient to seem good,, let bim. bi so
indeed. Titlohom : '
; - '
7'IIe who tells a lie, is not sensible
how greul a task he . undertakes; for be
msy be forced to iuvent twenty more to
maiutaiu one. Vm.
On the 8lh Inst., by Rov. P. C. Bene
dum, Mr. Hknrt Fkiesker. of Ph-aaant
township, and Miss Ja.nb Fauhieu of
Rusiioroek towosb ip.
On Thursday the 20th inwt., by the Rov.
Thomns Drake, Mr. Andukw B. Claytos
and Miss Flora Umwakb, both of Fair
DIED In Circleville, on the 27th ult.,
Mrs. Eliza P. Old 3, wife of Joseph Olds,
and daughter of Mrs. II. M. Creihto'n. -of
rortsmoum, ubio, in the 22d year of Tier
v Only a few short month ago We pub
lished a notice of the marriage of M. and
Mrs. Olds. . Now we are called upon to re
oord her death under circumstances of a
peculiarly painful character. A beautiful
home had just been completed, and a long
and nappy life geemeu in store for her and
ber bereaved husband, but in a few short
days the hand of death was laid upon her,
and the pleasant and happy home beoame
the scene of bitter sorrow, of a sorrow for
which the bereaved husband, while he fuels
aud knows be has the sympathy of many
friendj, will find no coosolBtion. In this,
for bim, trying hour, all is desolation and
wo. All his brightsst anticipations of tbe
future are destroyed', snd a deep gloom is
spread over hia'patli way! Though time
will assuage the bitter sorrow that now fills
his soul, yet it will not wholly obliterate
it, but it will attend bim in the busy scenes
of active life, and he will realize that
"Tlio Might of hope an happluou
It foil wnen fond ono pari,
' And the bluer toar that follows, Is
. Tho life blood of the hoarl.n '
But ha is nit the only one who will
deeply - mourn fcer untimely death. A
large oircle will mourq the loss of a dausrh-
... :. I t' . M I I , a .
icr, sister nou iriena, woo lisu endeared
herself to them bi cause of her warm.affec
lionate disposition, her brilliant intellect
and many virtues. Circleville Herald,
DIED, July 29th 1869, at tho residence
of her brother in Berne township. Eliza
bstj Jackson, in the fifii;tb yesr of her
Death for her had no terrors, for hav
ing well and faithfully performed all the
duties allotted to ber in this life, havinir
r..:.i. s .1.. !. -ii .
aiiu in ma uieiiiaoi unrisi. ana unsna
king confidence in the promises of lhe ros-
pei, she departed and is at rest. . Reader,
'Be ye also ready."
T- . maTnisE'
INDIAN KOOT PILLS.
IH. MORSE, the hironlor of MOHSK'S INDIAN
ROOT I'lliL. bdniMinl tlxirulur hrt of hi. lib in
Iratollnir, hnvlnpt vlnlled Kurope, A.li and Africa,
well u North Amorlca has jmnl time yeun uioii(r
Iho Indiana or our "Vjorn counlr It win In lliii
way that tho Indian Huol Pills ware tlrsl dlicovsrtid.
llr. Morse was the llr.k innii to n.tMlili.h tlm lunt tli.i
all diseases arise Inini IMPURITY OK TUB BLOOD
that our strength, health and Ufa depended upon this
The reason why neonlo are so riUtrnMsd whan
and why so- many die. f beeause tliev do not fro I a me
dicine which wilt pass to the allHctud parts, uud which
will open the natilrnt nasmiros fur thfrdLimn to he urn
out; henna, a larice i)uanllly offood and other manor
is lodged ,i IIm stomach Inlostlnnsaro literally owur
flo winir with the cnrrupto.i nras; tltus undergoing (lis
auroeabla ferinontalinn, annslantly mlilni with Iho
blond, which llirowa the corrupted inattnr llironirli.
wory vein and artery, unlit life Is taken trom the body
j uiaoMu, ur. inorso-s r ii.li uare aditud lo mem--selres
victory upon Tlotory, by rest-irlng nillllona of
theaiclc to blooinina; health and haiiiiluess. Vns.lbou-
sands who have boon rackodor tormented with sick
ness, pain and anguish, aud whose feoMo frames hnvo
boon scorched by tho burning elements of raging fever,
and whohure beeu brought, aail wore, within aalep
of tho silent grara, now stand ready to Ustify Hint
they would liaro buu nuinbored with IhoSoad, had II
not been for this great and wondurrul niedlcino,
Morse's Indian Root Kills. A ft or on or two- doses
had been taken, they worn astonished, and absolutely
surprised, Iu witnessing tlielr chnrutpng ofloota. Not
only do llioy giro linniodiato ease and strength, and
lake away aU sickness, pain and anguish, but Ihoy at
otico go Ui work at the foundation of the diseasu.wbli-h
Is tho blood. Thn roforB.lt will be shown, especiiilly
by those who use ths Fills, that tlwy will so cleanse
awl nurlfy. last disease Hi I deadly enemy win
take its flight, and llw Bush of youth and beauty will
again return, and tho prospect of a rwug aiwl happy life
will ehurlsh and brighten yourdnys.
U AirriON:-Morohanls ami Tradurs will bo oiitholr
guard and notbn Imposed upon by a GounterMI of
IH. Mor.n's Indian Koot Fills, signed A. H. Moons.
Allgsnulno Fills will heruaftor hay tho narou aud
signature of IT. I.AKK JUUSON, (suecossor to A. J.
W hlto .V Co., on each bon.
All ordorsand letters relating to aahl Pills must bo
nndroModto Ii. LAK.B JUl)SOK,su Loonard' ftrruot,
New York, sole proprietor of Or. Morso's ludlan Hooi
Fills, or WM. MUJJUK os CO., Harlvllto, Madison
county. New York,
Dr. Morso's Indian Hoot Pith are sold hr aU dealer.
Agents wauled In orory town, village and hamlet In
the land. Farlios desiring the agency will address as
alinvo for terms. 1'rloo Us eouls mr box, Hvo boxes
will bosenl on receipt of at, postage paid.
Sold by KAU VPMAN eV CO., Iisncaslor; P. J. Mini
tur, Somerset; K. Kalh, Hushrlllo; Abbott and son,
Clearporli rl.Kteferber.Onklnnd-, llrngglsls aud to
ahanlagouernlly through tho eouulry. ,
July ill, lrt5!lylS
. Try this romarkahlo aud moat Interesting remedy.
It la oninpoeed ofllio eoneenlratod Juices of the most
powerful and tbe nioal aoollilng Plants and Knots Iu
nature, chemically combined and Insulated la well
sealed glass llutllos, and charged by a powerful Bat
tery, Thus possessing In addition tii Its superior ma
dlcnl v I rluoa, strong Magnulleaud Electric properties,
profoundly ponlratlng, and eminoutly quieting and
BNirliiiig. IV relievos pain and Indamination atonoo,
(whun freoly applied,) relaxing tho strained, niuacros
and norvos, giving new life and vitality by Iu life giv
ing nunllttos, to parallltod parts and chronlo or long
standing complain!, and weaknosMis, allaying ner
vous pain, Neuralgia,). Irritation, and removing ob
structions like a cbana. ludood all who havo usud It,
speak of It as truly a wonderful medicine and uatesm
It by far, superior to any and all other eilornal reiuo
die, In use. If applied In season It la an unfailing
remedy for tho Group, Soro Throat, tnflamaUos of the
Lungs, Bowers, l.iror, Kidnoys and other organs,
Rheumatism, Hpthal 1-rllatlou, Aguo In the Breast;
and at all times euros nervous Headache, Neuralgia,
Horn Eyes, Bar Aehs, Tooth Acho, Aguo In tho raoe,
Pimples and Hroptlons of all kinds, PILES, Bruised
and Sprained Limbs, Hums, Proson parts, Chlllblutus,
tndiirenl and long Mainline? Horoa, Wounds, Ac, Ac.
It also restores the Hair to tho Bald Head, aud pruveat
the Hair from falling. - . '
The Magnetic Otntmnnt hns boon AxtensWely Band
upon Canal aad Draught Horses lot Galls, Wounds,
Hpralns and Lanionews, and la a snro euro, wheu ap
plied hot tor the Scratches on horaea, and Iho Pool All
ou Sheep. A 11 tho Proprietors ask for the Magoolio
Ointment Is a lair trial, oonlidoiil trial all they claim
for It will b found true to the letter. In the aelgh
borhnod wlwro His manufactured, many people buy
It by tho quantity, and.lt Is ki-nt and used by almost
very Inhabitant at a Panaeea tor the numerous pains
and aeheaevery family Is more or loss alllletod with.
Wo sar again THY l)K. TKARK'S MAGNETIC OINT
MUNT. Nonesenulno nnleaa slaned Hllkkl-"
with Pen. Nee Psmphlol containing full directions
around uanh Bottle, and circulars left with agewle.
r nee a suiiiiugs ror. sinau biiu i Buiiunga lor large
Bottle. , .
' Portal by O.K. AllrPM AN rk CO., I.ancantor; P.J.
M.-1 1 . - LI. ,. u V . 1 1. H .. - k -It. . .L... 1
p)i.iivi,iwniniaci n. n.iu. ,u. n ti.ic. . un.i ....
Hou, Clearport; B. Kteforber. Oak laud; Uruggltts and
Merohante geuerally thruagti the oountrr.
i r-A it ornersshoum be addressed to WSJ, MUJXiU
s GO., Karlv4lle,MadisuuSaaly, Nr fork.
TINCHCOMU .Si. CLARKE,
. ATORNET8 AT LAW,.
It & IT B A S VtVZ 13 a .. O 111 H E .
J. W,STlNCI;UiHII. . U..a.CLAIlK
Novouibr,lfl,lW? will , ,
HAIR! WIIIs'KER3l!M0C3TACIlF.S!!!'i!,cnnd,M"'" Pwruier rule.
HAIR! WHISKERS!! MOUSTACHES!!!
HAIR! WIIISKERSI1 MOUSTACHES!!,
HAIR! WHISKERS!! MOUSTACHES!!!
EVERY BODY ATTENTION!!!
EVERY BODY ATTENTION!!!
EVERY BODY ATTENTION!!!
Scmt aso OSK DALI.AR. either In mnr or Post
ago Stamps and I will.en.l you tdeOA I hlKON. which
will WITHOUT PAIL KOKT.K H.un tpr? on you,
heads If yon are bald.' I care not Sow long you havo
Ikioiiso, and oa yoar faoe whether you er had any
bourd thorn or Bolt WITHIN KOUH WKKKH APTSK
PIKST AFF1.I0ATIUH,A3U W ILL N Of S T A IN OK
- ' '-- . - ;
It will Fores Hair, Whiskers and M dust a-,
ohes to grow in Four Weeks! -
It will Force Heir, Whiskers snd Mousta
ches to grow in Four Weeksl
It will Force Hair, Whiskers and Mousta
ches to grow in Four Weeksl
It will Force Hair, Whitkers and Mousta
ohes to groa in Four Weeks!
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOrrLE
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE
Hoed In your orders fmswfisny to FRANCIS B.
KI.LlOTf.A'ir.I AetnutJtea York CUu. Ill .ur.and
an-ifs fuur a!drt plai, giving Town, Foal Ofucoj
Aimrusn, touniy ami male. ,
Now York, June 1, isil) ImT. -- -i
C.AARON. B. GEHSOS-
A AROIV &, QERSON
- WHOLESAI.K AND RETAIL DKALKHS IN
Jewelry and Silver Ware,
Greeuo's Iltocli, opposite Shtelfer House,
rilAKF.8 this method of Informing tholrifrlomU aud
M. me puuuc in gcnurai, llial they have purcaset
thnontlre stock of Jewelry belonging to Ii. H. 1)UK
BIN, aud that they havo since nurchaaod In the East
ern cities ,suob articles Iu Iheir line as will make theirs
a no. i jewelry Ktore.
Tholr stock will comprise one of Ibe largest, beat dt
uu., laauiuiiaois SIOOSSOT
WATCHEO AKD tJEWEUV.
That has yet been Exhibited in this oily.
Consisting In nart. of Watches of ovorvvsrUt..
and Silver Gnard, Vestnnd Pob Chains; Pino Cameo,
.iu,vuuue auu uuiusione setts, '
BREAST PINS AND EAR RINGS
Or THE LATEST STYLE.
Jot. nnlfl. .M.1 Unmallln C.....M W V- V t A . Vtl
Bracelets and Plnger Kings; a due lot of Gentlemen's
Breast Plus, Studs and Sleeve BuUnus; Gold aud Set
oraeeiois, oi over variety; a largo lot or
Butter Knives, Portmonles, Card Cases, Table Detort
nu leanpoons, ivnne, rorxanu rlpoon rorchtldreot
TTTIa UUALITY of GOODS they DEPV COMPK
T10NI and having purchased tor sash alouu, i -
Cll A. V 15 IV O O 0 11 8
Cannot be Purchased la tbe Western
' Coantrrl " . i
Having made arraninmonls wtth Enstnra m.
lUriUB, DnUDIUS lOOm ie. rumlttb tbalutnaU atvln annn
BBsr vsssw asiv viae - i ; v- - . , , , ,
We do all kinds of work such M. m.tln. in mat.
ting Jewelry, Watch-casing and Hair Work, of which
..v. . ....no ...j nnn paiierns. I
H. B All kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jowolry
lLl ho highest price paid for old Gold and Silver.
'AARON It GEKSON.,
Laneastor, July It , 18S Iltf
rs B. jr. A W-m r
IHCELeW'S O-rFICB Is at his OT.T
on Wheeling Street, ncartiolumbu
wlllaltend wall tho calls of i lsprof
Lancaster, Augusts, 1HM 111- ,
THU SECRET INFISMATIVI8 OF
VOIITII & MATITIUTY,
raviisnea urntia s&m 1 hoilsandl
A PEW "w OR rtH ON THE RATIONAL
"ITHSATMBBT. w tlionl Miullnln...
SMirmatnrrhea. or lienl Weakness, Noctur
nal AmiSSlnilS.liHnltiil anil Kannni lli.l.llliu
iu wi-ny ui inessvem, impotoucy, anit iu
yoillinonuto the Marriage geuorally. ' . . . .
The tmnorlunt feet thai the mm, Um.ln.MM.
. ii v ii . up. i.inKV. u ii i
plaints, originating In the Imprudenooaud solitude of
rmii, moy oe easii removed xamoi-T asDicms, Is
in IhlstrmuII Irset clearly demonstrnted; and Ibe sti-
uroiy ne w aua nrgniy successful Ii eatmonl, as adopted
by tba Author, fully explained, by means of which
everyone Is enabled lo cure KiKtair porfeotly aad at
,no lean, po.sioie cnsi, inereDj avoiding art tho adver
tised nostrums olthe da-v. . . - 'i
Kont to any address.ft-raila and nol free la a sealed
onvelone by remitting (post paid) two postage stumps
toDK.B.DE LANKY, 88 East JHstNtroot, New York
vity. ....--i - r ...-. i Junesil, 18M-9m8
JAMES A. BOPE,
OPPIOB With A.MeVolgb.ltsv
Lancaster, February 11,1858 tltf.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Jt-B, BOUT TWENTY ACRES OP LAND,.
swws. umrar goou cultivation, wttntn ono
JL. mile of Lanoaater, House laiwo and con vo-
ulont, with a good Woll ol Wntor. Cistern. Out-l.i.il.1
lugs, Prult Trees, Shsubory, cko. Apply al tuisODke,
Lancaster, June 18, 1859 7lf ... - . X
A. BRENNiilNfTAIM & CO
Book and Stationary Dealers,
ON Main Street, iloon West of O. Katiffman's
Drug Store, and nearly opposite Iho Hocking
ijiiuiaay.i jiuuenster, JiarcB iu, itwo 49
There la not In our eltv s iilnasant rntrnat.
Llko the famous "3aa Crasr" where choloe spirits
WhoroJViess Ftukf prosidos,as tho Gcrurans night
Or Mitkalnt JTob In the nlalnKmrlish way
Wtrere thriHig the pleas'd puhlie foreoinfor, and' oaso
oo wimiuig u is ways ami aouptea to pfoaao.
Who grateful for favors reoieved Inthe past,
Is cutloniors galnlngwhottlull true and faslt
Whose a-roeeries ,cloi-toil In mark its tho best.
Are known through, the country, and cheapest confest
vvnicn ariiri . tuirjttiil, have tried luV In vosti.
And purchasing onco will sure buy agaia-, ' '
Who Hud for tholr Htriet the Shiilt most compolq, ,.
Th tafest andenolest alona? tlie Main Street!
Whose Bar roam wllhpuro healthy llquora suppUod,
i. .uiiwiuk a ensiom wnion can't oo oonieii, .
The .sswnuds cooling fcr hot summer days, . ...
And all other mixtaresaecuring high praise: '
That glvs soolal pluasuros and s.Mle's uase,. ;
Por Pox Is too casala Iho rowdies to ploaaol
A gentleman known in the gentleman fine, ; , '
No orgies obscene disgrace his "So" sign:' '
Piirtbu "Sboh" la. a bUoV boltt for fiueoueas aad
No other above orbolow earn eiseod: ' : ' ,
Assails tho nobloawaa, so shsll sail,. '
To ample patronage thul ne'er shall fail: - '.i
Cleave the rough waves wshlh furious rivals ralso,
A nd proudly gain hs easiest and the aralss; .
Whrreluilirs ano gsallssira come with no fear, .
Thatrowdleslndecontwllrehvek thoir caress: - ''!
With j.ikc and with chat o'er tho oalnhlos rani: ,
Glory la procloliulsg that Pox has"go.'1.w
Whoso Oysters III season in every stylo given, i
Oollglitlug ths palate turn earth Into huaviin: ' l- 1
While song may go round lo express nil the Joyv ,, ,
A phiasnre lhaiasMitiestwlthontanalliyi ' . '
Whoso Iti-crMum Aafoea, both by. day and by utghl,
Ik ctowdud y those who in comfort delight:
Who cool down the fevor In this summer lluio.'
Which else would rob life of Iu pluasuros subilmo:
Whoso Hall ra.si for dancing caiurlclt frolics show,
Torgtnti and for Mitt, who turn the swift toe;
A healthfql amusement tor il.aas and tor BtUcr, .
To niusio'a soflslrnins whichno ctheroxcels:
While fromtho Swaa C.,r tho .aacsssr Zs4, :
Isyteldlng Us louesovery carlo coinmaud, j
Which swelling around rouse ,llie Public's loud volee
'WerrB for Sun Csrnsr mktrt U miy rejoin"
Then tecnlloct this, that you. nnter right hoi,. , .;" I
Whon you patronize fruclv NirnoLAS o
Who, ornero (Main and t)ohimbus ram 'd stress, ' I
Is fully propared all vonr wl.li... in mii
With best of enisles, ih rough Uncastor mnowosd," i
Atlowest prloos In all Psirlloldoounty found!
. MHwnwi,KS;N intlH-IB 4 '
"Hooping ConghA Card' J
f BlHlS troubloaomeand tomellmes dangerous mala
I. dy,hs bo.ca, snd 1, still prevalllHgtoaeoaslider
etiie silent. The trealiuont efthadomlnant sshool
orinsdielBs Isslaaply psUiatlvs'and-doss not propoto
to ahrldgelt duration a slnglv day.
Tbe successful, treatment of : qa a nnmbo of cases
Jastllles mo In saylnc, that by lbs use of llomnrpathle
remedies, ths severity of the disease way be Vsssenod
aad Its average duration abortnued froru tour to six
weeks, i , . f .. -..A. OVBAVUMW-,s.. .
Lancaster, April 4, lf59 5lf . , . .......
i, n i .. -i 1 .' i'l'tf ?, u."t' -
PLATFORM SCAL1S S.'
,l:t Weighing fruin Ton to ISOO pounds. " -LuuutiUir,
Pebrumv l7,lKil-W . J,C. WtA VER. -
Nsroi.iua.Henrr county. Ohio. Julr V.1KM.
Dr.r. W. Miis.rs l)tr Kir. Fur ths bst ol
nuVrliigbainanliy, pormll us lo announce, througk
Iheroiuiunsoryour Uln-ular, thesurprlsingprupertleS
of your Scandinavian tilood PurlSuraad lllood Fills,
which It a sure curs for Indtgeitloa and Liver Com-
tilalul. We have several personsln town, who have
teen suffering with Liver Complaint and fodlgostlon,
and notwithslamllng that we have as good physlelans
an can be found In Nurthurn Ohio, yot the disease baf
fled their skill. Corsequently wearo In astateof dot
pouduuey, until we commenced using your Ptlla,
through and by the advice of our friend, Mr.UroanBro,
We used the mrdlcino according to directions, and
are now full of life and hilarity, and our gratitude Is
equal to our Improvement In health and spirits. VVIieii
we take lulu consideration what we beva been, and
What we are at preseut.we foot like eharglngouiselrea
of the sin of liigratltudo.lf wo did not try to annoane
lo ihu fiuhhe tlie irruat buuenta of vnur Medi.liiA.
rTfeereforo, we reeoinmend to the publle at large, tba
uApunuiency or naving recourse to your Msuiclnend
coiSeiueuify, as in duty bound, discharge what we
fuel to be ourduty. In advising persons who arw aui
Turing as we have sulTored, to make use of ths only
Irau and suro cure for tho diseases already mentioned.
I M KS. O WIN,
I MK8. BHKNNAK. -
( MISS H EATON.
0. C. SPBI.llAN.
See advertlsemsnt. August 4,18S'J lmU
TTT'Personsamieted with the PeverandAgas should
not .pare either time, trouble or expense, to procure
llnHOKTETTEK'S CKI.8UR ATKU BlTTBKS.whosB
bonoScenl effects upon the human arsteia has beam
elearly proved to thoso who have been strlekea dowa
in aahert space of time by Oils dreadful curse, mho
clients are wan and uioagre, and whose nights art)
sleupless and restless, and whoso eyes are dim aad
sunken, with death staring thorn la the face, this com
pound most prove a blessings snatching them as l
were from tho verf mouth of the grave. None eaa
know Its true value until they dure tested It. When
all others have failed, those Hitters have restored lhi
snUerers to pristine health. Their popularity la all
Iho Western snd Southern pans should Introduce
thorn to all families. .
Sold by druggists and deators gtmorally,OTrywhere.
JtrBoo adrorUsaaiont in another column., luilf
Ibe Akin r- ;
tsfertnod with thonsaods of pores In every Jack of
surface whoso ollloo It Is to carry off the Imparities of
lhe blood the acknowledged oauso of all diseases of
mankind when the akin is dry and parched whoa
It is eoverOil with eruption -when M Is cold sad clam
my w lion there Is Inward foror er Inflammation Ills
trnpostble forlhe skin under these circumstances to
perruriu Its proper function aud to carry off the Im
purities from the body as deelgnod byourCreator.
Morse's Indian KontPtlls reinnvo these obstructions,
and produce free and hoal thy blood, remove Ibe erup
tion, from tho skin, and causo it to brighten with this
flush or youth and beauty. Beauty ao much admired
and loved. Beauty without paints and cosmetics
... ij prunucea oy noaun ami napplnsas
il' f hdlaa Koot Fill are sold by all
Iu Medicines. '
August f, IH3I lipU
TO CO!jrilPTIVt:s.Tli advertiser hav
IngbseB restored to health In a tow weeks, br
si npio romocly, after having sum red several tears
wllh a severe LuHf AJTection, and that dread disease,
rniutiimptlnu, Isauxlous to mako known to his tol-low-snfferors
Iho means of enru. To all tsho dsslra
It, he wlllsoud a copy of the prescription nsod (frtmf
thargo,) with directions for preparing snd aslog ska
saiuo, which they will And a suro Curs for Co e raw
tion, AotMma, Bronciiti,, Sfc. Ths only oWest of U
ailverllBor Iu sending the prescription Is to benset ths
arlllsted, and he hopes every sufferer will try bis rems
dy.as II will cost thorn nothing, and way prove a bles
sing. Parties wishing the prescription trill please)
address REV. EDWARD A. WILSoS,
July Sl.liSO 8wU WIlliamsburgh.Loog Island.
Pimples on the race, and Skit Diseases,
Are generally caused by Anlmiloulsj barrooghed In
the skin. J)a. Trask's Magnetic Ointment by lis pow
erful and pouetrallugqualiltea, destroys every roslag
oftheui, restoring hoalth aud beauty to the skla whor
orer applied, removing Tan and Preckles.
INFLAMED OR SORE EYES. ' "' "
A. G. Cushlng, of South Bend, Indiana, says "Ths
Magnetic Oiutmenl Is Hie only remedy ia use bora for
Ihflskid Eves;- The Auditor of our county has so
much faith In its curative powers la this disease, that
be notonly hlpklyreeo8nnendsits,butofforto forfeit
tbe amount paid tor It In oach case Jf It falls of a cure.
Piles which are at this season of the y oar particular
ly trouhloionio, arocured atonco by Trask's Afuguetts
Otntinout, apply to Ibe parts aOuctud and small of tba
' NERVOUS OR SICK JIBADACHB.
Apply tho Ointment freely to the forehead aadlero
plosand back ol loo Beck, also to the solos of the feel
and palms of the bands, it will relieve the toreros!
keadaobs In thirty minutes.- -
Head advertisement lit toil pvrpor. . 1 ....
JulySl,I859-3inH , : 7. . " , ,
Cloolnaali, trilnaiitsrtoai as ZttaesTlll
OR aa aflsr Monday, April 11.18JS, ths schedule of
tlmeforTralusou tbla toad, .Leaving Lancaster
will bo os follows: . .
V. IWt wVBST. ; .'
, ft",'P"nS'aHSnooniarrtvlngal Clnclansfl
1 W p. M. , Psieagorscaaretura from thence al 00
uuxt moruiug. .. ,. . '. . . .. . .
Proia-hl and Accomtn.)dH'ftne. Trtl. ill m a m .
arriving at Cincinnati at 1 P. M. exl day. Pas
sengors by thlsTraln can go as far as Vi aahlsuton and
ruturn rroia thoueosamo duy; - -
AiiiruA oeasjoji -
.f."0"0' ", l armu' arriving at ZanesviUe
at S SS P. At., making rtlroet connections for ths East.
Prelghl and Accommodation. Trala al T SO A.M.
arriving al Zanesvilli sllllOA. M. slaking direct
rlM!!ul,l?,"f'.,MhJ,li, .' - b Ventral
Ohlo Hatlroad, Passengers for Colambus win take
this Train. The above Trains slot) al all station..
.uw .n.ol.... B."Sfl'rrBo.et,.ra.d S.yt.
ITTfifKIO llniil. v.i.jv.un ... .:
Inventions. Agunts have inado over SiS.OOO o
nas, baUsr than alt othsr similar aaenales. S'eu
four stamps and get HI pages particulars, gratia.
' -i 7 . i ... . t( -
JTlODO A iron tm Wnai.il
toudatampo. . C. P. WH1TTKN. lowsll, Mass.
noTUKHsi jnoxncasn motuekbi-
Don'tfall to nroeure Mrs. Wlnalow'. Sonthlnw a
ruptor Child ron Teething. Itbss noequaJ on sarlls.
It greatly raollllatesthe Drneesa nrtuMthiiiw. h. mnttn
Ing thogums, reducing all taOsmnisllon will sllst
allpaln.anrilssnro to regnlata the bowels Dupeni
Bnou tb. mothers. It will ! v. N.i ia .i...i.u
reliofnnd health to your lufaute, Perfoelly safe la
Thlsvaruableproparalla1s(lle SrOserlp'iloa efone
ofthe most expurienced and skillful fumalo Pkysl
slsssln New England, and has been oiod wllhneter
falling sutssss In millions of eases. . -
Wo belioveltlsthe besland aurest remody In tho
world. Id all eases of Dvsentorv and Hiarrlim la MM.
dnn.whothar 11 arise treat teething or from any
If life and health win ba oanmnled ti dollars snS
cents, Itlaworlbllswelghtln gold.. ..
' MillloDsorbottlesare sold every y car In the TJalles)
Stale. ' Ills mi old and well-tried roniody.- ... -
PRICE ONLY 5 CENTS A BOTTLE.
TTPNono gennrne Unless ths fae-almlle of cnHTlak
di PERKINS, Now York, la onlheoultWewraDnof.
Sold by Druvglstslhrohghoul to world, and -
.. . i . i u ... n n . . .
. . w. piirvnu. jianoasior, vaio.
Juu10,I8J8-fllf ,., ,' ; '.. . - . .' ...
F1IS! FITS! FITS! FITS r
-DH. UJJfCK'S VEOKTABLE KITHAOT'
. . EPILEPTIC PILLS. .... .
rerlAs Care j r,l,,SpiMK.Cronpt ond oil Jftrmtm
Sftd O.UlilldlMi JIll.MM. I 'I.
SlKHSONs who aro laboring nudortlilsdlstresslng
malady.willflndlJr.Hsnca' VEGETABLE EP1
PT1C PILLS to be kho nnleremiiHvawasdl.Anwa.
ed for coring Epilepsy or Palling Pit. . .,
These Plllrpossessa specific aotlon oa the BOrVonS
system, aad, although they ars prei ared espoclslly
for tho purpose of curing Pills, they will be found of
especlwl benefit for air persons fiffllotod wllh weak
uupvea. or whose rlervouaavatMis hmsbaAB nrnstrauntl
vr Biisiiuruu irnm any eause wuaiuver. ib snronity
coiupluluui,or dlseascsof long standing, snporludnn
od I by nervousness, thoy aroexeosdingly beneflclaK
Price S3 porbox, or twobnxes for i. Persons oak
or the city, sneloslug a rsmllUtBse will have the Ploa
sent Ilium through tho masl.frosafpostajre. TTp Pro
sal ,i by 8KI H H. HANCK. No 0S llulllmoro llrsot,
Halllmoro, Maryland, to whom orders-front all partr
ofthe Union must bo addrtiitod, postpaid.
. una if, man i, , t ' " '
GKEAT CLQTIIIXCr : DMPORllX
: ui f THEODORE T0NO, 1
- ;-i - - AN1 DEAIEH IN "v'' '
VIvthlna-t Clotue, Caalnacres VoBilng-ar
JeBtleisaiaa rstrstUitlBiai (.oods,Ae, .
At hlsolll staad In tba Rhsrrr Uloek.flrsl Oobsarsaa
of rlhteftor llnuso, Main street. .. . ... .
Jauoisler,Juno 3l, 180 4llf - . :
Photographic Pino Art Gallery-
SOUtH 8IDB OP 'MAIN STREET. '
Ono too or Weat ot tne, norklsia; Valleyr
.r. jsaaihi-, Snaasftater, oblo. -
riVtRt'R SBBSSs.snsder the snpsrlnleudoneo of lhe.
prosont proprietor, have galnod a oolubrlty -fhsr
In avarieefor that nl any other establishment of ths
kind In this vicinity, tor making beautiful, llfe-llks-and
r These Hooms have again beon ronnvated, rolltsdl. .
and furnished from Hall to Gallory, and sow display ,
an air of iieelnnas.tasto and sons fort, seldom met with'
tncltlesofslmllar slse, and It Is hoped ths sfrovis1
msde to ploaso will he appreciated by the soiumutOV
ly, and wo have no douhi put Ihoy will, by persons of!
good taste and Itidgomoiit, as they 'can rest assured,,
and very readily see that Ihvy can got Pictures which,
can out be surpassed awy where, and prices ef Pictures .
at these .Booms havo lately heoa reduced to hair what
they formerly have been,, aud even as, low asiT.KPC
CKNTH. Only think of 11, an Amhrotytie likeness tor
TEN CH.STH. Call Ono, call all at the great Wesrssai,
Pletaro Gallery. - - ' . 1
Lancaster, July SI ,IMS lltf
IWPPICE at resldoiH'e.on Mulberry Klroelj Hlwssa
w. w "n
Lancaster, hebruary 3, JejU Mill