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CITY OF LAKCASTEB: -
A P-Hnso JBteswc.rViHS, Jj!.ft. J-itt;
ieAT.-Th following is takn from .a :latv
plumber of Uie Leuilot. Times: ... V .
"WS-n -.VOit hsscrossi.'i! tfi Atlantic,
he liVins "jr Srst titn-. In Irs lii to enw-
: who -by tli at ti.ne will h. ivo -tiled in -the
Unitt-d Stattfs, cannot be l;vi . friendly .to
England, ami ill certainly be Tnitoli bet
ter cuttiinTs tj h;T than they no-.v are.''
. Upn.n tliis h,j .Albany JwtijI pithily re
marks that "there was u timo whr-n- Ireland
had Rnrufirfr?? of fier" own. Triere wro
proip'oruuslinoeri maUersi;? HJ.-tjur, nnJ jik
weavers in L'inster, th-. cotton mill were
thriving 5! B.-lfast mJ Prthml, cii J tfotlcn
ones at Kilkenny, iiloiintnv'lk'Ji and Abboy.
Mx: But tJiat wai wh?n tli;;r,e was In Irish
Parlinm'-nf in Colh'go .(it'oin to pmtect
thoin. When England tep-Jalettihe- Union,
Irchhd bcfum? a dependanf ji'iivlnc, En-gii--h
l.aw-jiyurs' could soo no rij.anjn why
Vrotse'.ion should bo fste.id?.! to W' ii'nn-J-
tifi'.tur.--i. Free Tenia would" bmlj u,i Hn
giuh fuct ries, though it .won! J ruin I.-iab
vonPfV, so Ti-i e Tradw d.'i're.-d. nnil the
ruin folloreJ. It was but on? li in the
chni.i of tyranny en.l opi'retion by which
Irel.;n.l wa broke down, Ht'irved and unpop
u.'ateJ. Wull, Ireland has spint all hor mUstanco
in enriching her English oppressor, ' end
now she lias grown tJ3 psor to 1J of any
further 111c to tli?n. Hot thoy ilo not give
it n;'yet. When the Irishman scrape togeth
er what hi can lim! an J comes t v America,
in search nf work t a keep him from starving,
they ptirJii'-1 him still to profit by hi.i eatu
in(ja. T)i ) Tories of England nn.l tluir or-
gnn tho Ltinitin Timn, follow him With exill
Ution an J bestow bucj advic-.' upon him as
"G J across the Atlantic, Patrick, and la
bor for tho good of Old Engl inl and tin; ruin
of Youmr America. Never mind Ireland,
we'll take euro of her. We'll fill up ynur
place with Englishmen, Scotchman 11 ml cat
tle, Patrick, an J continue to rob them with
0113 hand, whilo wo stunt from you with the
other, fioovcr to America 11ml earn money
and speml it for English goods; - Refuse to
protect American labor, just ns wo refused
to prntoct yours. Vot) for tho party 'that
breaks down American manufactures. Don't
have anything to do with fho Whigs for
they don't believo In Freo Trade. But. go
the whole "Democratic" ticket, and throw
up your hat for Pierce and King and the
Queen ami the London Times! Then you
will have tho satisfaction of knowing that
you helped, as far as yon rould, to make the.
country of your adoption as dependent on us
as the Country of your birth. Then you
will still be in our service, and we shall get
your taxes and your tithes!"
, Just such advice as that, wo are confident,
every adopted Irishman will spurn, as he
.'would tho tyrania whogivo it. TI10 "party
.who talk against Englund and ycl work fur
her and adopt inoasures to her ailvantagn,ure
beginning to bo appreciated, ami when thelr
hollow professions arc uuderxtiiiid, tf eir dem
agogueiam can 110 longer cava them from an
, I.trya Ctt'f- A few duys wince,, wo pub
lished an account ol'a bull calf raised by Mr.
Warren Young of Warren, Ohio, which
when eleven weeks old weighed 5280 pounds.
It is a cross between a Bakewcll nnd Dur
ham. Air. J. It. l'nrker of this city, hns n
heller onlf from a Durham bull and common
cow, which wn one yoar old, on tho liOlh of
Jtuio lust, and at that time weighed 897 A
pounds. It has roarhed this uxtraordiuary
weight with only ordinary care;
.'tirWhat are tho Whigs fighting for!
For the man who fought for his country;
K . thu safety of inlnnd commerce; for pro
i." t!.n to American Inbor; in a word, for one
n( 1I10 best men and truest patriots and for
?iil the creat interests ttl' the euiintryj the
r. suit ofibe buttle will be, ''.SCOTT, (R.
HAM und VICTORV.
"Oi.n Fi'ss and Fr.ATHKRs." We see that
tome of the whljf papers are rbiirging the
Democracy 'ith having originated tho aliove
Kiiggistlveiippi'tliitioii ami applied it to Gen.
Scott. Chi'iii-iitkt! Adml'mr.
Alia mistake. The Whigs say it origl-
Tinted U'ltli 111., Ilrlliuli ill ,lia luut u-ui' i.iiit iu !
now echoed by the I.ncofocos of this conn-
try. It will have about i-quiil rflort in in
juring his prospects.
Dcfeatiu .'oi.mnA.s will Juki;. Tho
lluffalo Morning Express Ins the. following.
It Is a home affair, and our peoplti will up.
prorinto it. .Tin Kxitrt'sssays:
"It is s iid ol thu distinguished democrats,
lletijHiniii F. lliitler ul Hum Stale and Gov.
Wood of Ohio, who chanced to meet since
the Ualtimure Convention. Wood is nn ar
dent admirer nnd warm friend ufOn. Cnns,
and labored hard for his mmiiuniitin, while
Mr. Hiitl.-r iiuxhod bis hostility tu the (ien
to the bitter end. After exeliiiniring friend-1
ly salutations Butler says to Wood rather i
nceriney "Wei,, Governor, I suppose the!
noibO and cciuufioii was u great at Haiti
fiuor , that you could not get Cuss iiominut.
ed." "No," ruspondetl the Governor eooly,
"I do not think that was (ho cause of it I
tin of the opinion, Mr. Dutler, that It was for
tho want of "the ttaUd jiraiehluj vf llu; (iot
pel I" .Mr. Duller loft. --. -
Gcn 8cott Is rain, empty, proud and
li lly . Pierces liio:. , ;i,67.
- Gen. ricotl bus alwnys been "vain" oiutttgh
to believe that, at the head of his gallant
troops, he could whin the enemies ofhiseoun. I
try two to one. ile was alwaya too"prond" I
to surrender and never "sillv"onMiL'h.to faint
A'wiy (A. V.) Journal,
. MicnioAH,-,Tho Whigs of Michigan have j
gone to work with spirit, and are resolved to
win under the ever victorious bunner of Scolt,
They have nouiiuatod Znchary Chaqdlcr of
Wayne, for Governet.ondD. 8. Walbfidge
of Kalmazoo, for JUentvnant Coyerner. The
tisiance on the State ticket are iw' .ki
tiopnlarmon, and s stronj Electoral, ticket
haa been formed. The iVi,;aup ft,
mm una win op ranermefl.
,Br4c' ifi..V,v'"i'r jtftvttKUHry, nJ !: Urotapjilauae. J ticnoral ot ffaa a plain .; ciimciw. no hi bo. .'X
reel ly to .jii-ihut to .it ctiUnr.s;-...We man, an liotf'-'nt. man, an iiidepcndwit mair, 'eeive it, . , . ' . :
'iyposib! Hv to oc- th-rttey- whT 'ihe a brHvc wau;,andliiteiiinaui3 nlono.waai. .This truly, anH I bvlie.vo excluivciy A
'eliivf pV-i' IroluhJ wUl 1.3' tattt'SShi ulBi-t K)'trjk. the erttmica of hi; e'edkn. mcri- an- trit. La been. empbncd in we
rii''liH'nnd Scut'i the maiurity (if jj'er .jv'ip. try wltlitcrror.Tiii .uldiers approaclud him .Va(i&a rcvtrunoe which has "etn every-
ii ur .in. I lit' null (i - ii.n iii.ni. ii ill irir.il. . nn "ir
uiiue smeii ot gunpmviier. As lor his being A, J)enioeratic by a very large' majority, and
'empty, tho people- intend tr punish him yet this measure, which has passed that body
tor tint offence by compelling him infill the by a handsome majority, is the directestpoa
I residential Chair on thu lib of Mnruh nevi ii.i.. .,:..ii:..,. -r ..r.i.
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.. ScdfTAM) THE SotDIEKS.--At llo
meeting If 'Cleveland,, Jlr., Tai, who
served ia tho Mexican war, -being .lordly
ftaUed for, camt forward-and svddroesed the
aeepW " We copy bit remark from the For-,
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lie e:nu I, : ii'iii l utidi:u in Aiu mw vi
his-couutry .when but a .bovi.il.at he waa a
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r.in mru,vuj i uu iw- vii.iiuc.-i u.a puuir 1
ral orrVuinns sine... f.Vm ause.l tie had i
aoeq Poneral Scoltr and.' lovud liiia, Jiil
every soldier had ever nerved under him;
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U . IIR IIVI'I il 'III ttLlll H I III! ll'n.
enced, idolized him. (TMHcndouapplpitse.1 they mourn, was for half a century weicau
.With Scott mf tlu-ir .leader, tne.Amoman er of a great polit.calorganwHtmna truggling
otdiers felt invincihlr;rdaHger waa forgol- for the controi of our 8'
f,. kahL tkienJ fl... hnn.lUun 1..
ty of their Charge; tbeyrcked at-dange ynoM ofb s age, had rallrb, poured out
and Lughrd 'aflorth. lUeTfenii.g applauSe. j t hcljr ir but. of respect upoq w tomb, and
Ir. Wynmr then gavp a general doription watered lt their tear , d sac red ashe
of tl.e c ty'of Mexico, together with many tftalac cucised the mind of the .mmorta
intereeli,j4acuc.mnectdwiththohis.o4 Joud.' On.
ofth.touermg.Chieftain doringthutWo- to pro. JV1
mciitoiM period. Hp
out, iiutrugi'oii"rrot 6t OOneral Ctrottt ue
said ' I ivss jn the city of 1'acbla when the
'lorioin oU hieftuiu was arrested The
now ot the outrage spread like wild-tin1. , :
Manyot the. eolilicr. would not believe
the report. -W hen convinced of ite realiiy.
saking ol .1110 villain- u'"" r'-. -.-
tho bosom of evofV American burned wiiti,w p-'i"""f w.-v...
.:r .i........ ,i :ji.ii n..i,f iii L'osuescrouk, let disuriranizers and uistiniotl-
1 11 1, p'lmw" mm iiiuigiiauvui ,
their beloved ,. Scott had been .degraded.,
idianie tliat their govomnient had disgraced
itself, eternally disgraced itself in the eyes of
the world, and indignation at tho perpetra
tors of the foul deed. Thunder of applause.
We determined to give him a triumphant
reception; but learning onr intentions he.
entreated us, for ni uke( to desist. When
he arrivsd in the city, the soldier stood mute
and pule with rage. Ho descended from his
carriago in their midst, and drawing his
towering form up to its full height, said)
"Fellow soldiers, I am a'priscncf in tho na
tion we cnn'iiercd; I cannot accept a public
demonstrotiou." (The nuilienco was silent
fur a few moments; every eye flashed with
indignation; every hand was clenched; every
lip was pale ami compressed; ' suddenly a
deafening yell went up that shook the build
ing to its centre. ' ' .''"h",T!'
Mr. Caldwell was next called liport. lie
! said he hnd served his country nearly twelve
years; that he had been under Atkinson,
Worth, llutlcr, Scott, and a number of other
commanders. He said they were all brave
men. and wood soldiers: "but." snld he with
emphasis, there was nono of them at all e-
nual to tho Hero of Lundy's Lane. Great
applsusp. After a few brief but happy re
marks, he resumed his seat amidst tho most
enthusiastic c-bcp.rs; , .J"..".'. ...
' linrrlv Vnim 'SrloW.' Tliestf- schools
are now in a prosperous, condition and un
der the iimnagomentbfthe Board and Teach
ers give genrruj satlsfnction. They are
proud inoiiumentsof tho love of education
and liberalitv in our citizens. A corrrsnon-
dent of the f lunking SmtitHl who was present
during the examination, alter alluding to tho
coiumodiiius buildings, iiiauagemeiit, &.c, ol
mem hviiooiv, wiyn:
-"I have boeu a regular attendant upon
these exercises for tho pustthrco days, and
can attest that in few points, If any, are they
excelled by tho most rigid colleges. '
This afternoon, presented in the North
school house one ol thu most pleasing spec.
tousues of the fair students, (surely they de
serve the title.') Knlish rehearsals from the
little girls, and Cerrnnu ones from soma of
the younger boys, allorded a very agreeaulo
recreation between more acrious exercises,
Original dialogues and colloquys were an
itttructivo feature; and ere it nut contrary
to custom, I might locution the names of
some composers who uciputted themselves
with much credit."
Absent from the city at the time, wo did
not witness these cxuiiiiiiiilions, and we al
ludc lo the matter now, merely to show the
effort which such important improvements
have at a distance, cud to bear our tribute
to the excellent inniingcniciit of these schools
under our preset efliclont Hoard and well
nullified Teachers. We w ill take other oc
casiuns to ulludn to tho matter more in de
A Timi krance JukE. Joe Hurriswasa
whole souled merry fellow and very fond of
tho glass. After living !n New Orleans for
many years, he ci.mc to the conclusion'of vis
itiiiL' n old uncle, awny up in Alassachii'
setts, whom he had not teen for many years.
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, Vow thero is a tliflbronce between New Or
loans mid HIiisHarhusetts, in ropard to tho
use nf ardent spirits, and when Joe arrived
then1, . ami found all the people run mad a
bnut U'liiporan.'.e, he felt.btid, thinking, wilh
the od song, that "keeping the spirits up by
pouring the spirits down," was one of tho
host of ways to make timo pass, and began
to. four, indeed, that he w aa in a pMlc. Iliit
on the morning after his arrival, the old man
and his sons being out at work, his aunt came
1 to him nnd Hiiid
Joe, you have been living in the South
".'"'i 110 doubt, are in the habit of takinff i
litlla Biimnt hi ill lil ili'iiilf fill. ml 1l.1u.W1 ..I
ittle something It) drink, about eleven o'
clock. Now a7 soa hero fur mrdictil
pn'jmef, hut let no one know It, as my hus
band wants to set the boys a good example."
Joe promised, and thinking he would get
no morn that day, took, as ho expressed il"a
busier." Afterwards he walked out to the
stable nnd who should he meet but bis uncle.
"Well Joe," says he, ."I expect you are
accustomed to drinking something in New
Orleans, hut you find moll temperance hero,
and for tho sake of my sons, I don't let them
know that I hav brandy about; but just keep
a little out here IW my rheumatism. Will
you accept a little!" ' ,
J mi signilied his readiness, and took anoth
er big horn. Then continuing his walk, he
came to where the hoys wero mauling rails.
After conversing awhile, one of his eutisihs
said ,. ,
'Ju:, 1 expect you would like to havo a
drink, and as the old folks are down on liquor,
we keep nouui uul horo lo )tcl lw w alia
our work." , v r.
Out came the bottle, and do 11 they aat,
and he says, that by the tim he wcut home
to dinner he was as tight as he could well
bo, and all from visiting a U mpcvancr. family.
Tub PruockaTic I'lathum ot,ino..-Tie
lOUso of Representative haa eiveu a drrl,
nil.. vnt iu favor of lbs distrlbutimi ,,f.i.
i.xy millions of acfes of public lands among
.11 ii.n .( Tim ir,uiM nf Rfanmanimi...
stituting the platform of tho Iste Democrat
ic .National convention. All the Democrats
of Congress endorsed the Baltimore ticket
and all of them pretended to endorse the Bal
timore platform, or it least they were wil-
ungto no cons acrd as endorsing it, and yet,
at the very first opportunity,- they go for a
measure in diract Opposition to the platform.
CVrt. Herald.- '
(KrGcueral Pierce is 46, 47, 48r 40, and
JO yeara of age, accord! nt, to. lb t iw
famnul ocafoc editots, s s'.
Inclesupon which WC were permilledto look. v.aiumniuiea unu irauuceu, 110 11ns oui-liveu ,iwn ,nor, Eait if the Hvrkirg Vullcy Hank, where
The room was crowded with listening au- ''is slanderers, and has his proudest hiogrn-: ill he inund s usual a general assortment of CA1II
ilitors, and every breath was suspended to Py written in the hearts of his country men. t-'lJKM'riiKK.whKh admitted by ,11 tube
catch lb! I word. a", they fell from the eloquent His form-no longer towers in. the Senate, "'".""
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For ibe DaiiV- Gaxettav
Ma. Edito-1 have-just, been reading
the proccedi b g of, the Senate, when, prepay
ing to pa; the last tad rite Id the. racmbry of
the great nan who ha paid the; debt of na
ture and ''gone tho way of all tUa .Earth ;"
and, I-, waa; atruVa. with Una fait ot which
every American sliould be proud w hen any
nfnur irrpmt emeu dir. no matter hnw ni'tivfl
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a part lie way have borne in the partizan
, struggles for . political supremacy, il he ha
1 merit entitled tq the grateful remembrance
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OUI.IU V"M .V...-MV. t
whoso lives huvu been given to their conn
try, while forgetful alike of party difle'rences,
mid conflicting political opiuio. s, Americans
can di justice to thu iiahio atid .fame of men
w li'.wc lives belong to the National history,
j nu u'.'rtfr V: ,Z '."r uuf rT j
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its 'for tho furtherance of party purposes,
threaten and predict the dissolution of our
(.'cnfederarJS whilo wq ha,ve a National
heart, whilo us a na'ttah.' WO can water with
our tears the grave of a CLa'Y, or any other
groat one who has exemplified in, his life and
sealed with bis death, his .devotion to his
country,. ,'wiiat fear. peed we have for the
safety of our 6ountry. or the faithful adminis
tration of our government! , - .',
l;ut it was to cast my small mito in the
national" tribute to the memory of the gteat
statesman who has been called from 'tho
shore -of Time, full of hopora and full of
years, that I took up my pen. It was not
for the purposo of giving to your readers a
batch of fulsome adulation, but to express in
simple language the veneration for Clay, of
one, who I10111 his boyhood never thought or
acted, nor in manhood never voted with the
political party of which the deceased states
man was the leader tho "embodiment."
He has irone cone iu the fullness of years.
f honors, of virtue ;nd let a nation gather
round tits colhn ojiu contemplate now 110 woo
in life could gather and control the elements
of partizan strife, and when the billows of
i dissolution threatened to enguiphtno union
could by the force of bis mighty genius and
the power of his surpassing eloquence, bind
tighter to his country the hearts of her peo
ple. could in the-full confidence of faith,
(nnd with (he simplicity of a child, compose
limself and calmly wait the stroke of death.
City lias proved himself a truly great man
groat in life, find surpassingly great in death.
Ho was one who "drank deep at the foun
tain of liberty, yet dissolved not tho pearl of
hjs salvation in tho draught." Burn in an
age when the policy and destiny of his coun
try woro just developing, holms seen that
nillfl.V Pinmi I..,.. ll.il ...il Hnl.nn..!w..
yatem beneath the sun, and upon every
pag oi our naiiouui nisiory since
manhood, ho has made his mark.' !
- A partizan leader, hu forgot the interests
of his party, for tho good of his country
Thrico defeated when aspiring for tho first
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Am Incident at Chippewa and the Re
sult. Our tieorgetown correspondent has
to-day communicated to us an ngreeablo lit
tle anecdote, iiesuyslhataworlhy Democrat
from tho Old Dominion yesterday called upon
Gen. Scott, and was kindly received, ns is
everyone who approaches him."I would linvo
called upou you with pleasure," said the
guest, "on my own account, but, as it U, I
cumo with a message from my f.ither. lie was
with you at Chippewa; and when he fell se
verely wounded, you stopped the llowpl'liloo.l
from bis wound Willi your own hand, and
ministered to his reliel. Ho sends ymi his
thanks, and the assurance thnt. thomrh n
r. . , , it 1 . v. .. " ...
ui.iiincrui,noanu ail Ills UOinocruilC sons will
sustain you on tilt day when your friends
should show tho tnselvcs such!" General
Scott reinemberd well tbo Incident and tho
man, to whom ho returned the kiudest assu
rances of bis rememborunco and esteem.
In rociling this story in Georgetown last
night, our correspondent savs his Virujnia
friend made one convert iu the crowd, cer
tain! Wdtli. TJiyraph.
I'nouRf.ss. Certain of our Locofoco con
temporaries are obluininir much consolation
from the growls which are emitted from
Wull street at tho nomination of Gen. Scott.
Locofocoism is often comforted by the groans
of rich men, for it seems to have adopted tho
seiitlinoiit of I'rou.llion " Property is Rob
bery" and to have looked upon tho posses
sor of property as a 11 enemy of mankind, and
therelbro it has waged unrelenting war a-
gainst every man who has been successful
in business, and fortunate enough to acquire
(property. Things are changednow; Loco-
focoism and Wall street sympathize, and
mere is to no a grand alliance between I,o
eofocosand the "rich and well-born," to put
down the people's candidato-Winfield Scott,
the illustrious horo of Chepultepoc. This is
a strange condition of things; but this is a
wonderful era, and wo sliould let nothing
surprise usnot even this new Iraternal in
timacy between Looofocoism and the Bank
ers and Hrokrrs of Wall street, who have
been dealing very largely, of late, in unprofi
table political speculations. Ci'. Oazttk.
Rkvoi.utio!at Relic A few days ago
we wrro Bhown tho Identical gun used by
Ethan Allen during his service in tho revo
lutionary war. - It now belongs to N. H.
Underbill, of this village who received it
from his father, not long since deceased. The
grandfather of tho present owner was on
terms of intimate Iriendship with Allen, and
served wilh him, and some timo previous to
the doso ol the war they exchanged guns.
The guns were alike, but after having used
his fur some time, A lien discovered a Haw in
it, and proposed to exchange with Underbill,
who had some knowledge of gunsmithing,
and could repair the defect. - Underbill ex
changed, and tho gun has ever since been
In the family. .It is a shot gun, and is five
and I half feet in length. It was originally
a foot longr-r, one foot having been taken
from its length. The full name of Ethan
Allen is engraved on tlio barrel, which was,
done w lieu he owned the gun. Elyria Cour.
Shimiest or Cattle. Tho Albany (N.
) Kxpress anys, the shipment of cattle
from that port has become one of the most
important items of commerce. It has more
than quadrupled .since last season, and ev
ery Saturday from B00 to 800 are shipped to
New York hy the propellers, "Hoboken"
and -Gen. Wool." It I. ow Mtimate to
say Ihat al least 6,000 head have been trahe
ported to New York by these boats since the
opening of navigation, and it . U within
bounds to say thstfull 12,000 head have keen
sent by railroad and steamers to New York
"Gone a ducking," this is what they say
to a young fellow 1 Arkanea, who goes to
set p,'ioyou.ngwoman.,"'i.' i-
nut ins mine in immortal. muckrye. ? r-. . -a .J . . ooii.i m.. ni a, i. r
C GM. Biur'iti Can. Soott.-iA 'w
day i before the fatal accident occurred which
JenriveH tho United Stats service-of one of
itB;brightet and moat valued ornament,nod
Detroit or an endearea ana pncrimwu pu
en. Hugh Brady, while-he waa taking,
his usual morning svalk.he u escorted by
eentlcDiaii of this city, who waa about to
tart to Washington, and who informing
r,rady of ti.e fact, asked if he could do
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, him aOV eerwiou et nsri vi viv.v.i ifnivun
iiVm ." renliod tho Vetrean "call on Geu
Winfield Scott, give bim my Jtlnd regard.aud
tell him for me that having lived to see bim
win every field on which he has fought
hope yet to see him win the great. President
thai field of the Cnion in 1852." ; ... ,
.jGen. Brady, alas, is no more, but .had he
been spared, his patriotic wish would have
been fulfilled. Detroit Adv. ... j-f
i A SivrLE Fact. Wobtk ResIkmbemo.
Tlie Quiney (III.) Whig states that opie days,
since, a child three years old, had by some!
njrans got a piece of slate pencil in its noset
Afterscveral inefiectual attempts to cxtrU
-eatcthe pencil wjth instruments, the 1r. di
rected the father of the child to put his mouth
U . I. .. 1. : 1 ,1 1. 1 1. HlrtDA 1.1. lim Aniutdit,
Ul IIIU I IIWU 9 IIIUULII, LIW"n M -v uj'won-y
nostril andthen blow'as hard as he could.
f hiiplan succeeded at once, and the child
was relieved. Similar accidents are contin
ually occurring, and the above fact is worth
remembrance. ...' . y
. Row at St. Cathamses. The colored
population is numerous in Upper Canada,
and St. Catharines has some 400 blacks in
a. population of four or five thousand. At
a recent militia, training a colored company
appeared on the muster ground and a acrious
row occurred which resulted in the severe
wounding and probably death of eeer al per
sons whiie and colored. .'An assault was af
terwards made oh the colored settlement near
town, and much property was wantonly de
stroyed. A boasted asylum, but neverthe
03-The Plailtdealer in in tlio midst Of trib
ulation, and irt every demonstration of the
People in response to the nomination of
Scott and Graham, it sees a "fost umce
clique!' That clique must have been mul
tiplied as by miracle when its fifteen hun
dred crowded the Melodeon. Where are
the "utttdfrltled eighty-one" who ratified
Pierceand King at Johnson's it all! It is said
twenty-three ol that crowd sre already pledg
ed for Scott, and half the balance are waver
ing. C'leve. Herald. .
n-TTlie earhintrs of the Mansfield and
Sandusky Railroad, fertile month of June,
were over 40,000 being an increaso of
$18,000 over the same mouth last year- A
million pounds of wool, and two million
bushels Of wheat are expected to pass over
that road tho present season;
GCrA gentleman in Attica has acted up
on the odd fancy of being married iu an Odd
Fellotys' I.odgei dressed in the regalia of the
order. We wonder what kind of regalia the
bride appears in.
OrSt. Patrick's Cathedral, in New York;
1 1 I l. . ' 1 1 .4 .. ..... .. 1 t
I nss nan an urguu uum ai n cubi hi 9 ' ivvu; 11
has 43 stops, over Z,00U o'CSj and tnrec sets
fJ-rRoasting-ears mado their apperance
in Fifth Street Market, Cincinnati, on Tues-
llay morning last, at forty cents per dozen.
.. ... it........
'.'"r"0. lao.ke D!,,nt' nskt'!1 " ucor8e
'"'" h? P"ayd card, rephed,"! cannot,
your "'sjOsty, tell a king from a knave."
... ... T V. V. ' ".T." 7. '
" KOHfiV, L. ECKERT still ronllr.uss it Ills n
ljr .,, ,,. , Slauherru-M ll,,7,fv.
!L .. .1. jfla. - cnnaWt Ine nl
.r $ ROT A anlld M.lm.i.iL.
r.j 1 "O J vTT
CliA ins. Tcte-a-tetea. Divans. TA ULES, Stands, Uu
resiis anil fine HedsteiolH. Kr. Ike.
CINCINNATI EUHMTl'HE He will also keep
un hand s eeneral assni tnient of Cincinnati Furniture,
which will bo sold at a small advance upon city pricea,
thus obviating the necessity of ritiena goingi else
where to buy furniture, hy inaUing it to Ineir advan
tage to purchane of the subscriber, ottering them
.diner hoinenrcity inanufarturo. All liirniture sold
by ins will be wariauled to be well mado and durable
A HOOD MKAnsElsalwaya in readiness tnattond
oiuorala. The subai rllier has now and hnreatter will
keep constantly on hand Cotfina ready made, ao that
he will he enabled to furnish them iu a few minutca'
notico. He will promptly attend funerals any where
In tho rnuntv without extia charge.
Thankful for past favors, he resD.'ctl'ullv askt a con-
1 iinuance 01 the public pstrnr
Iinuance of the public patronage. In the smno build
j hw j, ,,. (J. Smith's Chair and lledntnad I actorv,ao
! that customer can be accommodated 111 either line at
1 "';" P1""- . OKOUijE L. ECKEItT.
Lancaster November I 1B60. 'ill
CAlsINKT 'AND CHAIR SHOP.
REMOVAL T. ;. Dodson hu removed his
Cabinet ar.d Chair Shop rom Cnnnell'a Hnw, to
the Hnom on I) road titreet, Smith of John l.yont'
llrortru, and formerly occupied In J). K. .
where he will continue t
manufacture all articles in
his linn as heretofore.
Coffins on hand at all times, with a good hearse to
attosd iunerals in any part of the county, at reduced
rates. Thankful for past favors, he respectfully an
llciu a contl uance nf public patronage, ile will
labor to give general sati'laction, both as regards price
and quality of his work.
Lancaaten, April 8, ISil 6m 1(1
Dissolution of I'nrtncrsliip.
THE Partnership herelnrore enisling between V,
A. ShaMfor and Jacob Slm'ffer.undnr the firm-name
ol Stl.ftEEER & SON, waa dissolved by mutual ron-
. .. ill mi. i . . .. i . i.v
cni uu me iuiii in'i. ins dooms anu notes are ien
in mv handa lor solllemont. to whom all claima are
to be paid and by whom all debts will be settled
Thoe indebted are requested to call immediately and
settle their arcounta, either by rash or note.
The TANNERY will be carried on in future by the
unanraivneo. who reaneciiuuv solicits a continusnce
of the lortnur custom. Always kept on hand s largo
stock of leather, Upper, Call, Kip, Harneis. Skirting,
Sole, Sc. Cash at all times paid lor Hides, for which
the highost price will bo paid.
sauju eu.r-r ran,
Lancaster, aep IS IKS I 20
Ovn'Ulii'lmlnt! 'I i I iw on).
OVER HALE a Millirn of Teatamnniala have been
received by the Proprietor of MrAllster'a ALL
jirT,- IIEALINO OINTMENT!
rrnm rnyttriana ine mosi
skilful a n d celebrated,
from Couucillort learned
in the law, from Judget of
ceienritr nn ine uencn,
from Mlnintnra of the Ooa
pel, whose undevlating in
tegrity have made them
. li...... 1. IK. ..,k
of Truth, from enlighten--'
.5 ml Professors, from acute
Merensnts, trom those
nf every it at Ion. name
VI d aree anions mttmuid all of which, without
one diasentiug objection, pranounce this Ointment to
Aadsvbvdav It unobtrusive! v extends ita sphere
of action along the borders of our vast country, and it
circulated throughnut ita extent, new evidences of lit
Sower and new proofs of in eril scy are cortiaoally
evoloped TArcf sn'Wossnr boxes, applied te sis
ease within the laat lour year have eatabliahed the
astounding fart, beyondthe power of ravil or ron( a
dictinn, that It Is im Ai.i.isi.r in the cure of all Tu
man, Ulcors, Sores, Hums, Tetter. Piles, Scrofula,
Ery aipelss, chilblains, acald Head, tore Eyes, Quinsy,
croup. Rheumatism, Broken Breast, Ague In the Kace,
corns, ax. It completely rettoret the Insensible :
srtn atiox, ana oy una means opens tnnseavenuea oy
which nature intenihid te expel the morbid matter of
the body-thus is the system cleansed: the blood pu-
nlleu: snatne neann renoreo.
It has Dower to cause all external tores, Scroril-
ovi Humors, and Poisonous tnmnds to diarharge
their putrid matter: and ihon heal them. It ia rightly
termo ' All Healing, for there ia scarcely a diseaae
external or interns!, that it will not benefit. I have
used it Inrthe laat fourteen vesrs tor all the diseatea
of the cheat; conjiiaiption and livert Involving the lit-
leost danger ami reiponiuiiu vi and i aeciare oeiore
beaven and man, that not in one sinsle esse haa it fail
ed to benefit when the patient wit within reach ef
J. McAI.lSTKK. Ml r uHnnwt .iSew York. Sole lie.
prieror. A. ft 8 Hsuner, Agents fnxOhio.
aiald bv E- L. Klocum and Olio W. Knewer, Ijncaa.
ter;E. Kalb.Rushvillei W.W. Reed, Carroll. M t sinp
bnll. Pickeringtoo; Leonard and Brother, Baail; A.i',.
Mitthoff, Lockville; Samuel Bartlet, Winchester; I
V.ndsley, Lithopolis; E. Oeohegan, Baltimore; J.Clay
pool. New (talem; J. end 8. Henbea, Amandai Daniel
itawkln,8ugar Orore; Ashbaugh ana Beery. Bremen.
, October M .1851 jjj
. BOOJtS., Ann . STATIONKRr,
TU(r.plt Bnlldlna;, p'oalts Cenrt llaiiM,
A ptl-RAL Atsnrtmdnt r SrflOOL BOOK8,
tX. 6lBLl;S,BI.ASK 1KX)K8,FAPER and STATION.
DRV.of supnioraiuUtT.forMla ttveiy low pricwi
Jrfy., . l ;. JOIIZS U TUTHItX.
.. MJW BOOKHi
It'ST mcclretf. Cldrnrnooli. hr AIU. Cmrv. th
,1 Lorgnette, On'tm O k.il?Mh liletningi by Ik
Mam); Kint ImprpMioni ii Englaad, Old Ksd sand,
mm, t'ootPiiala of the Craatir, by llii(h Millert
Ulancq at Kuropp, hv H. Gielv: Burkeva Abroad.
orthewtr.dnringi in l iiropanil the Orient, by 8. 8
Cot, tnd auny aUwr Sew and Choice Hooka, tomtlwr
with hn and gmrral aiwiitinuiH cf iiiilt; School
Book; &C..wbkU will ba V!d vkv low at the Book
Storeof - KHHU TUrillLL. ;
May3. Telegraph Building, opoeaiteourt-lloiMe.
Itigbly Important, ',.-'.'
flHK aubwribe offora to aell hia valuable impmv.
J. ed Head, Blocks lor Snw-Mill, upon th
lollowing lortna: If thny do not work repreteot
td, ik) pay will be required. The impi-ovomont con.
tiatiia enabling one mail te set bnlhilof a log at
tbo same momuat of time, and with, the greatest re
n'liii r. n 1. i-.i. nu:. .- ;
iiiiuamr. un'ii v.iininiiu, v.nw.
. Diase. Heed and Co . Xenia. Ohio. . .
John Young, Columbus, Ohio- s
. C.T. Solis, Columbus, Ohio. ' .
AmfrUceje, Coluinbua, Ohio. "'
Mirhael 811II iranf . Coliiinbua, Ohio. :
i Mnaes Shielfer, Orovopoit, Ohio. .
. t :K. V. McUuil.liii. SpringlieU, Ohio. .
William Terl, Trbmia, Ohio.
' HarHv and Clark, Pipia O'nio.'
' B. F. f hadliclt, Fletcher, Ohio. '
, Janwa llurbin. Texaa, Ohio.
' J. C. Kiak and Co.. Texaa.Ohio.
' William Halter, Napoleon, Ohio.
KtRnhena and Co , Defiance. Ohio.
John Moren, Blutfton, Indiana.
West and YVilkina, Blooinliolil, Ohio-
The abnvo aro porsona who have purchaied the inn
proromfnt anil have it now in nse.
All ordwn addromud, postpaid, fo the anliuriber,
at jAiuvwter, Fairfle lil county, Ohln.viH he prompt
ly attended to. JOHNS SNYDER..
lfjN. II. The above Improvement obtained a di
ploma and a premium of a nilver run at the Ohio
State Fair, IH61. .
Ohio State Journal puMinh tlireomontha and charge
Lanrater,Sontembcr2S, 1851. ' 6m?l
Froth Arrival of BookS(...j
THE undnraigned h ju' opened at hia Rook Str,
opposite Shajftr't lloltl.m KxrKKaivK AitoiiT
mkst, ci niiiitiiig of every v-riety of Slatinnrru aim
School llnol.t. and a very large and excellent lot al
Miscellaneous nd btind.ird wori;a. 1
lil it 11k Book, ol' every description, and at the
vrrv lowoiit ratm.
Bibles, a largo and splendid assortment and at ex
tremely low pricea.
The public inav real assured that the y, can obttain
at tho abnvestand, every thinr usually kept in a atore
e( this kind and at pricea as low as at uiy other es
tablishment in this region.
Thankful for past rVrnrr the undersigned hopes t
merit a continuance of the public patrouagn. by
faithful attention tb huninea and a disposition t
please all who may favor him with a call. .
Lancaster, fovember 20, 1861 - S3
1l!TTY. 400 pounds machine made Putty
bladders, for sale bv OTTO W.KREAMER.
Lancaster, Mayfi'J. KE
OLD PENS A new supply of the best quality!
lor sale at tne new coos - tore.
J. II. lill.EY si CO.
Tickings Muslins, Cotnnndss, Drills,
AG01NU, & a thousand other things selling daily
at ItUKLliX a.
Ott mtV.S All I.ICilKrrVS.
i Few Boxes just received at the city city Dru
i v store. ...
Unraster, JUHe CG
iTe Howe's t'onph randy.
SOLD wholesale and retail by K. L. 8LOCITM,
Druggist, Lancaster, Ohio.
November 30, 1861 , Q!)
Jnst Received at the Old Drng Store, '
fJSTH Oalloni Linseed Oil. of anpnr'or uualilv.
UOU O. KAUr'FMAH Ik CO.
WAIT A MOMENT!
flf Y name iaheiflier Abr'itham, liiaar nor Jacob and
If A I sell an article for whnl it (v; give mf a call.
Lancaster, Ma. 2M.
Dissolution of Partnership.
rilliK Partnership heretofore esiMing under the
! 1 name end firm of UOI'E & HECK, ia this day dia-
so'ved bv mutual conuent. the books and accounts are
I in the haiuls of P. BOPK, who will make all aeltle
1 mi'Uts.and by uhuiti all claiins gaiht sal 1 firm will
'. be paid. P. HOPE.
I March 16, mi. J. E bE( K. ,
f I111K undersigned having bought thn enlife Inter
X est o Jacob V. Bkck, ho will cnntiniiethe Hard
ware business M his eld sUndnnpmitetheTalbnilde
House, where he will constsnllv keepon hand a gen
eral assortment of llanlwaro, which he will positive
ly sell cheaper than any bouse in the rity can sell.
lie Invites his nld friends and the puhlir generally tb
call on him before purchasing elsewliere, a he it de
tormined lo give ayncitl satifction.
f A 1 1 persons knowing thi'inielres indebted tothe
undert'gnt'd. or the late firm of Hope & Beck, are
earnestly requested to rsll snd settle, as the businett
of the firm mult be settled up at as earlv day sa
possible. i. HOPE.
Lancaster, March 29. IfWS. '
I NEW 11 S T A B M 8 II M E N T .
! rity Grocery Store.
I fTMIti undersigned respectfully informs hit friends
I I and the public generally, that he hat opened a
' Naw Osockht EarAsi itniMKisT under tho above
I name in the Queenswars lloom of Thomas U. 1 1 hilt,
I nearly opposite the Philadelphia Commission Store,
Uncsslur, Ohio, where he will rnnstanllv koep on
hand s general variety of (irocorlua. turh as:
' Tk. iu lu.af nf nf. fntfen. New Orleans filipse
i cm. lied, Powdered and l.osf Suosi s;
I New Orleans & Sugar-house Molat'es: Sugar-house
, Syrup and a superior svticle of (inldxn Syrup;
'Aim. a fine lot of Black, Imperial and Young Hy-
ton Ten, which I know can'l be beat;
Rice, pepper, Spli e.clovet, cinnamon, Mitmegi.fcc.s
, rtvomliah and aix twUt tobacco, cut and dry ti bicro,
i and s large astoiimeni oi legtra; a line lot of mull
, such aa Ixrnons, Oranges, Eigs, currents, Almonds
1 snd Brazil Null; -
In roncluninn, my thing that cm be thought of In
; the Grocery line, you can find by calling it the city
You will find there, alio, a superior article of bran
dy and imported wines, which will not be aold in leaa
qusntiliet thsn a quirt, snd a general assortment of
i i-iouona arways on nana.
! I would, therelore, moat reportfully request mv
! friends from the country to give mo a call, aa I will
' furnish thein with good articles, and as cheap aithev
, can buy them any place elae. Ufvn me a call. Look
i for the sign ci-rr esooMsv stob.
April al. 3m51 II. A. GEBEI.E1N.
Groceries and Fruit. '
IO JAVA COEKEE, Young ilvaon, Imperlsl ft
mars i r..l, unoana, Loal and fow'd l OAK,
Pepper, Allflplct, Cinnamon ind Clove i, Ibliint
Citron. Pltinra and Curranta. fm sale hv
i July 81 . O. KAl'U MAN 4 CO.
City llenl Kstnte for hale.
THE subscriber olfcrs for tale tho House ami Lot,
situated upon Wheeling street, a low dsi Etsl
of the resilience of Dr. Bo?i ilor. being a pari of Lot
Nn. 6. in Square No. 19. The Hotn is a two-story
frsme and the I ot ia 31 font front. There is a stable
k other out houses. cittern am) well, upon the pre
nvaet. I will also aell an out lot or 4 airua. being a
portion of out-lot No. 9, situated at the North end of
Bread-street, either lim holt or in pirl.
The alove property will he aold low and terms
made reasonsble. ' SAMUEL EHKltlt'CK.
Lancaster, April 91, 18M CmM
rbiiU'ARsMloK'iMl Fiirini ) ICrmovrd
EOROE SMITH hit removed hit Chtlr ind Bed-
atead s'sctorv from the coruer of V heelinx ind
Columbut ttieeti. fo Stanbsry's Building on Mats
street, two doors Host the Hocking Valley Bank
tmd directly opposite the Checkered Store. He hit on--1
, i. . ... 1. 1. :
larcu 'us h"-- -' '"raiHB KvtT,ug on
kind the largest and belt laaortment ef
CIIAIItS nnd BEDPTEAJtN
ever before kept iu t hia place ; consisting
in part, of Cane seal. Cottage, Bustlj
Fn nrh, Scroll tent, Vinage, common anil
Children's Chain. SoriarJot ind Settees.
descriptions ni BEDSTEADS manulaclured ol
either Cherry. Walnut. Maple er Sugar,
Ilia work will all be madeof the very best tnaferirl,
by good workmen and of the latest and moat approved
patlema. It wiu ne inieriop io eons manu actureu i
elsewhere and will be sold al the very lowest oricee.
A continuation ol tua very uuorai patronage ol the
public ie respectfully aoliciled. It is the iutetrtion ol
the subscriber to keen a lull and general anertmert
at all times, to that fie will be enabledtoaccommn
date both old and new customera with anything in hi
line. - In connection wltn aiteatwiianment it Air. U
L. Eckert'i Cibinet Wire Room, to that customers cai
be accommodated with all article! reqiilaite to com
elnte a full naortment of Household r nrnirure. Call
and lee. , . OEORGB SMITH. .
Lsncsster.Nevenaber I,18o0, sg
Impoitaut to Lovers of Uood Horses.
IARMEItS inttotheni who are fond of raising good
atocs, arereteectrullv referred to the pedigree
of TOP BKLLFOUNHKH in the hand-bill. Thk
Horse took the first premium at the State Eiir in
1H51, ind he will be fbmnd upon examination to be one
of the best Hemes in the Western country. He can
be seen at my leva la Walnut townahip, oa Monday
snd Tnasdiys; and aa Wedneadaya, Tburadaya, Pri-.
day! and Saturday l, f each week, si Crim'i Stable
laUneatteT - JAM13 W. PEAR8K.
April SI, mu-1" r - .Jwiri
.. . raw Ike Car f . . ,
COVCHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
- i itCROrr, ASTU.1IA, ISO ,
INoffucing to theireisannnity this juatlv ce'ebnted
remedy fnrdisea&cs of tho throat and lungs, it is
notourwishtotrillewl'th the Uvea r health or the
afllieted, but frankly te lay beftire them the opinions
of diitinguiahed men and some of the evidences of its
auxxna, irom whkh Ihoy cm for themselves.
We sincerely nledra. ourselves til makn BA wild Ui
aettiolis orfatse statement nflti nSli-Bf-v HnrwiH w
tkold out any hope to .Miff, ring humanity arhicli facts
-I Man v ui-on in 1 .ni:..l, .n i.
i quby from the public into all we (publish, reeling as
, nured they will hud them perfcclly reliable, and the
, iiieili.-monm-thy their best confidence and patronage.
I from thtiliatiiigiiithed Profcuor Chmutnani
Materia Medico, Bouxloi Cvllcge.
Drar tirr I delayed answering the receipt of -your
! prupa- ution, until I had an opportunity of wUneaaing
' Ita effocta in my own fjmily, 01 io the families of my
:miriiu. 1 . . .
! Thia I have now done with a high degree of satis
! taction, in caaea both of aJulta and childran.
, 1 have found it, at ita ingredients show, a powerful
remcay tor co las ana eougns, and pulmonary diseases.
i ... Di DiL"n il L' lirL'l . v f if n
Brunswick, Maine, February 5, 1847.
foinoii.ODcrTii the Hamilton MiU$, in thltritt,
I.nwiXL. AuLunt :0. 1H4M.
1 Anr.. i.i.i.n 1 r.i.n..ii. ni. ir.
Dr. J-. C. Aver: I have been cured of the worst
cough lever had in my life, by your "Ciikrv P:c-
tohai.," and never lail when I have opportunity, of
recommending it to others. Yours, respoctfullv.
S. D. EMKRSdN.
JT Head the following, and see if thia medicine is
wof 111 a trial. Thia natienl had become varv feeble.
-and the effect of the medicine was unmiatakeably
Cmitko Status IIotkl.Sasatooa Sfbinos
. ... July S. IS4U.
Dr. J. C Aver. Sin I have been afllieted with a
painftil alfoction of the lungs, and all the symptoms of
settled bunsumpiinn, for nioro than a year. I could
find no medicine that iou Id reach my case, until I
commenced the use of xonreCnKHitr PucTnaai.."
which gave 11. c gradual relief, and 1 havo been stead i
ly gaining strength till m v health ia well nigh restored.
I. Idle using our medicine, I had tho gratification
of curing with it mv reverend friend, Mr Trumsn.nl'
Sumpter DUtri.-t, who had been ami ended from hia
parochial dutica by t severe attack of bmnchiiis.
I have I'loasQro in certifying these rscts tj you,'
And am, sir, yonn respectfully,
J. K, CALHOL'N, of South Carolina.
TTThe following was one or the worst oT cae,
which tho physician and friends thought to be iucur
- Chkstrb. Pennsylvania, August '23, 1846.
J. C. Ayer,-Sir:-I waa taken with a terrible cough,
brought on by a cold, in the beginning of lat Pebrua
rv, and wan confined Io my bed mom than '2 months.
Coughing iucessantly nightsnd day, i became ghastly
and pale my eyes were sunken n'nd glitsy. and my
breath very short. ' Indeed. I was ranidlv iailim. and
in such dihtresa fur breath, that but Utile hope of my
. 1.1 1.. ..... . 1 . t, 1.. :.
recovory could bo enterlained.
While In this situa-
.! c..i 1 .. e : II. ..
linn, a ll iuntl ui mine, line nev
Jiihn Keller, of the
Methoilist church) I ii ught ire a bottle of your Ci: Kn
ur Pkctosal, which I tried more to einl.fv him. than
from any expevtstiou cf obtaining rcli'.'f. Its good
effect induced mi toconlinu.1 1's use, an 1 1 toon found
my health much improved. Now in three months, I
on well and strong, and ran a'tribute my cuieonly to
your great medicine. With the deepest gratitude,
VourarSc. ( v JAMES GODFREY".
PK.PAK.n BV J. C AVFR. CI.WI.IST, MlWCI.l., MASS
Sold in Lancaster by E. L. Slocuin and Dr. M.Z. Krei
Jcr and hvDruggista generally thioughoul the Sli te.
March II 18B-J ' 1 8m4o
Knti'rrd aoranllnit to Act of rnngniw, In the Tew
.861, hy J. S. HOliailTON, M. I)., ill I ho clerk's
00.ee of the DiKtrirt Court fcr thu Kantcrn
IHstrict of 1'cnnsylTanla.
Another Scientific 'Wonder!
GREAT OUR6 FOR
Dr. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
OH, UASTUH JIICK. -
Prepaml Irom Rknhkt, or the fnartth StobIaoi or
thk Ox, liter direction! of Hah6k Llkiiia, the
greit Physiological chemist, by J.S. Houghton M.
I). Phllnl Iphis, Pennsylvania
This lae trulylwnnderful remedy for Indigestion.Dys
pepsia , Juandlce, liver complaint, constipation, and
llcbilily, curing after Nature't own method, by
Ntture's own Agent the Gastric Juice.
1 Hlall'a tcasnoonful of I'kfiin. infliteil in water.
will dlge.it or dissolve, Fins Pounds of iloast Beef
in auont i it i, nvHrs, oui oi me iiomacn.
PEPSIN it the chier element, or Great Digesting
Principle of tlio Oastric Juice the solvent of the
Food, the Purifyitg, Preserving, and Slimilhtirfr
Agent of the stomach and Intestines. It it extracted
from the digestive kloniach of tho Ox, thus forming
an Artificial Digestive Elulo, preciel like the na
tural Oastric Juice in iltchi'inical powers, and fur
nishing a complete and porfect substitute for it. By
the aid o! this preparation, the psins and (evils of indi
gnation and dyspepsia ro removed, just aa they would
be by a healthy stomach. It it doing wonders tor Dys
peptics, i urlni casea of Debilitr. emaciation, nervous
decline and dyspeptic consumption, tup posed to boon
,ni- verge in inegrave. i no ocitniinc evidence npnn
which it is based, is in the highest degree curious and
SCIRSTIFW F. VWF.KCK!
BARON 1 1EHIG In hia celebrated work on Animal
chemistry, lays: "Aa Artificial Diceative Fluid, ana-
logout Ui the Gastric Juice, may be readily prepared
from the mucous membrane of the alomach of the Calf,
in which various aiticlet of food at meat and eggs,
will be sqflencd, changed and digested juit in the
time manner as they would be in tiie human stomach."
Dr COMBE, in his valuable writings on the "Phy
siology of Digestion," obtervet that "a diminution of
tiie due quantity el thetiastrlc Juke It a prominent
snl all prevailing cause of Dyapeptis;" and he states
that a distinguished professor of medicine in London,
who wasev-rely afllieted with thia complaint, find
ing everything else to fail, hid recourse to the On
iric Juice, olHslned from the stomichi ol living aal
mtli, which proved completely successful."
ur. ukaiiam, tumor oithe lamous workionHVe-
hgetUi' liflt,M nyv: it rpmark&Me fet In phv-
aiology.that the tomarha of animals, macerated in
Water, impart tu the fluid the property of dissolving
vsrioua aiticloa or food, andoieffocting s kind ofec
tijicial digestion of them innowiaodillorent from the
nstural digestive process,"
I Tt all on the Agent, and get Descriptive circu
lar, gratis giving alarge amount ol scientific evidence,
similar to the above, together with repnrli of remark
able caret, from ill parti of the t'nited States.
As a lhjupepsi Curer, .
Dr, HOUGHTON'S Ki.VhlN hat produced the most
marvellous effects, in curing cases of Debility, F.ma
tiatitm, Nervous VecHns ind Oysyepfic consumption.
I ia Impossible to give ibe detsila of cites in the lim
it! of thii idvertiieinencbutiuthenlicated certificate!
have been given of mora thin Two Hundred remark
able cures, in Philadelnhia.NewYork and Bolton alone.
These were nearly sll desperate casea. and the curea
were not only rapid and wonderful, but permanent.
It ia a great Nersous Antidote, and particularly
useful for tondency to bilious disorder, liver com
plaint, fever snd ague, or badly treated fever and
sgue, ind the evil iillw ts of Quinine, Mercury, and
other drugs upon the Digestive Organs, after a long
aickneat. Also, for excess in eal ing, and the too free
use ef ardent spirits.' It almost reconcile! Health
Old Stomach Complairt. .
There il aa for in or Old Somachemnnlaintm which
It does not a em to reach and remove at once Nn
) asmtter hnw bad they may be, it g
A aingle nrarsitMiavei all rhe an
gives infant relief!
for short tin
I ind it only needs to be repealed
j make these good effect! p suit. JrrirjreBJoeat
i and vigor if Body follow at once. It ia parriralar-
iy excellent in cases oi rtauaea, vomiting, cramps,
soreness of the pit of the stomsch. dittreai after eatinc.
low, cold Hate of the Blood, Ileevineaa, lownesltV
ipirka,deapondency , emaciation, weakness, teadeacy
to Insanity, suicide, tu
Dr. HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN, tt told by'neirly all
the deilerain flue drug! k PopularMedioines,thnugh
imt the United States. It ia prepared in Powder and
in fluid form snd Prescription visit lor the use of
Prieata Circulars for the use ot Physicians, may
be obtained of Dr. Houghton or his Agents, describing
the whole process of preparation, and giving the au
thorities upon which the daima ol thia new remedy
are baaed As it is not i secret remedy, no objection
ran be raised against itt usobv Physicians io respecta
ble ttinding eat) regular pnettee. Pricejl per bottle.
. OHJasKsva hii! Every bettht of the genuine
PEPSIN bean the written,signalure of J. 8. HOUGH
TON, M D sole proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa. Cory
T-teht snd Trade Mak aecsired. - '
,- trBeul by all Drugglafs and Dealer! in Medic inee.
AgrntM jLtiWAKLt u. a iajuu M,l.aiioa!Ta:i,M
77.", f, I- M- WsisoJi.Newsjk) r ' . :
.. ISeasaar, Circlerdle; -
March W SeB,CcA7aie i i' u.-n.
1 VitausAJMl aaa fcaTAU amixaim 1 T'.
tr Variety of rantlly Craeariea, Prl
- vmioh, rralt, Glass and Htoaeware,
INVITES the attention of tha eltheasef Fairfleld
and adjoining rountiea to his eitenaive stock
nit n cam oe iurpaa.tf. . . t . 1 -I . ;..i , 1
lie would aav ia th. &mir. In du. uiM k. tll
be supplied with all knot of Uke i'Uh, te supply as
many as amy feel disponed to faro him whh a call.
AUULK AN I) UAUMESS MAKING.'
: Co-Part aershio, ! ' ' .
T F' inknai haa taken Into partnership In.
the Saddle, Harness an Truok ananufscturing
business, JohkH. Uatlaoi, and thai batnsaswill
rL.V .ot?.'iin'ZBi """r.tba aa-neroe of LIT.
TLhtc MA I LACK. The patronage of the public
ia respectfully solicited. ' '
ipAll those indebted.to tb sukecrlber, are ear.
eatly requested to call and selUe. aa the oVil tiualneas
mum eecioseaup. ' JUrlM .H. 1,1TTI.
March 30, IHSJ. ... - ... .., dawls
ci.orniAfGi rLorifiiti; w
GENTLEMEN, the great wondor and excke.neliv
of the day sow is how such a quantity of a
rich lnU splendid Clothin(as yon will find with
be proprietors of the old remarkable . . ,
1: CUECKEUED 8TOUE, ',-. -'(
Can possibly be disposed of in due season, unlm iu
ia the prospect of a large Increase to the population'
of our healthy and beautiful city., N doubt tbi
richneaa of the surrounding country; enmbined with
the spirit and industry of our biiterpnsing farmers,
haa stimulated those parties in laying in such moun
tains of goods In the way of Fashionablx Cxoth
i. - 1
The superior manner In which they are made the
fashionable atyle of their cut and workmanahip the
quality of the material, and the variety or shades and
colors they are composed or, would induce you to
say without hesitation that the proprietors muatbe
untiring in thoir e Holla and their ingenuity anore
thsn common, to collect tuch a quantity of beau'iful
garment together. And the beat of all Is, the ...
- Uuaraallow Prices they are Sold for,
Would almost mike you swear that you would never
buy s yard of atuff in a atore to have made up for'
yourself of the boya. Ifyou buy s asit of clothes,'
you see the fit the quality or the goods-and all
done In t few minutes, with little trouble, before
you pay one cent of your money. - Notwithstanding.
one of our modest, unassuming neighbors will raise
meir voice ana caution you, very piously, against
j PTl"c,'un of '-Eastern. Slop Shops!"
I "J- Wtl w'd suppose it such s brilliai
' Hon! Oh! what a bean your granny waa!
ops: ininit ol
why they did not warn you against dometUc Stbpi-
eery out oaucmM, ami penoraieo ciotns. 1 ase a stroll
along Afaln street and see the figure we cut. You
will conclude poor Old Mother Ooote it in such de
mand, she will be compelled to hide herself orerery
Calico boy on the streets will certainly pluck her to
death. W hat Parisian Croottt we hare got ol late
in the ahape of old uomm and thop boy; pure char
ity for the lii"h friends, 1 suppose, haa bvoufht then
to il; well, well! this it the age of progression, car.
tainly. Tor be candid, thoto who want to aare at
u.uch in thu purcliase of a suit of clothes, aa will give
the child hilf a year's schooling would do well to
oallattheOLDCiiKCKEIU'.D STOKE where you
ran be fitted out from head to foot, eut 01 those pile
of clothing we hove stored away. What we tell yeu
e wan-ant in every particular. If anything hap
pens to bo wrong in yi.ur purchase, return the goods,
and select from our sioc'i a froah supply. It U use-
iwpi. iu 'iiduiuu , 1 iu V4ii'.,y ui WUl
Spring nnd Summer Stock of Clothing.
B.Vt. ,in.P",: The greatest variety of COATS 0!
all kinds andpatterna, PANTALOONS and VESTS iri
thoiwandi, of every description; large quantitiea of
SlilKTS, under and over IJrawert, Bilk Handker
chiefa in an abundnce;.Cravats of thebest,Half-Hoae,
Suspenders, Metalic Overcoalt, Cloaka, &c: Faah
ionable Hats. Caps, Boots and Shoes, Umbrellas, Trav
elling Bsgs of all kinds, Trunks, fcc. Several doz. ttt
Silk Under fhirti.tai Fin Thibet Wool do, will
answer for either ladieaor gentlemen. Msny arti
cles In the furnishing way all of which will be dis
posed of 00 the most reatonablt term and lowest
prim. , COULE1IAN a CO.
May 26. 18tfl
WMAl t.vi-.H concern' f:io
ill's people ii al all liii . i,
irotii'irtdllcii. I take it for mat.:
ind lui vi.-.i sh
'i iiia most valuable
ilMo all in their nower To save the lives of their
chillren,an I that every portion will endoavor to pro
mot ' their ow n health at all iirrilicea. I Ire! it to
be my duty totolemnlv assnr- sou that woniwt, ac
cording tthi! opininnnrtho most celebrated Phyii
clans, sre the primary causes ol s large majority of
diseases to wuii h cbildron and a!uli am liabh j if
you have an sppetitn rtnitimiallv c! sugeal'le from,
one kind of fund to another, lad Lreath, pain in the
slomach, picking si the Junta; hVrfhe i s'(M fiillnesi of
tho belly, dry lOr'A. Slow fercF, pulse ii'regulnr; re
innmbtif that ill (hese denote 01tl, tad yctf
..hodlj if b'ftce tfp'Jfly Hro felfler)y:
llOBESs.itk'S WORM SYRL'P.
An article rounded upon scientific principle!, coin
poiimled with purely vegetable aub.-tance, being
perfectly tale when taken, and determined in all in
letlecbi and not leaving the aytem in a dia ascd coi.
ilit'nn as mo,t advertised nostrums composed of Ci!
I nmel for the remnvi. of woitMf, sm f an r.ozcngp-,
' Vi'rmifuies; etc.: bltt his Derlcfl-nVed Hie. m.tti satn
1 hing curat, ind taved the lives of thousands. Loth
old and young, who have been proiiciu'ic d hopelc s,
iitcur.'ble by Physicians. Read the following and be
come tatiafiud of ita ctlicicy over all others.
MohMi Rivin, Nrw J. Iki
Mr. N. Hobensack.Tbis it to certify that my
child, IB yeirt of age, having been, tiik for 5 years,
wat tttended by Drt. I -ope, WMKhirYd, phlsler, for
a long time without receiving any benefit) when after
giving her up at incurable, I went to Philadelphia
and comulted on 3 of the beat Physicians; her diseaae
still growing worse. It was st this time I was induc
ed to try Hobcnsacs's Woast SrHcr, ind after tak
ing two bottlet the entirely regained her health.
Hoping that this will prnvo a benefit to parents whole
children are similarly affected.
HOUENSACK'iJ Llv-ER PILLS.
. No part of the sytem it more liable to diseaie than
the Livas, It serving as a ftltererto purify the blood.
or giving the proper secretion to the bile; ao that any
wrung action of the Liver effect! the other impor
tant parts of the ivatem, snd resu'te variously, itt
Liver complaint, Jaundice, Dyapepaia, etc- Wa
should therefore witch every symptom that might
indicate a wrong action of the Liver. These Pills
being composed of noon snd fiHrft furnisfrecf tf
nature to heal tho aick: Namely, lat. An ExrsjJTOJ
ir, which sngmenta these cretion from the PiTAW-j
nary inucui membrane, or promote! the discharge of
tecr. ted matter. 2d. An Altchativc. which chin-
gea in tome inexplicable manner the certain morbid
action of the tyatem. 3rd, A Toitio, which gives'
lone indttreneth to the nervous tvtteo. renewltnr
health and vigor to all parts of the body. 4th, A oa
th ahtic, which acts in perfect harmony with the oth
er ingredients, and operating on the Bowels, and ex
polling the whole mass of corrupt and vitiated mat
ter, and purifying the Blood, which destroys disease
and restores health. Prepared at Hobensack'l Lab
oratory, Philadelphia. Price 56 cents.
. . AGENTS.
M. 7. Kreider Lancaster.
R. B. Walker... .West Rushvllle.
E. Kalb v. .Ruahville.
Otto II. Mruller Somerset
J. 11. Sunderman Amanda. .
U. V. Hamlin ...Oakland.
June 1, 1S63 6 '
Vnlunble Property Tor Bnle.
THE subscriber ntrers st privste stle, Eighty A
cret of Und, being the Southwest pirt of the
Kaim on which she now resides, ind adjoining the
lands of Isaac Reea, ono and a quarter miles wed ot
Lanci-stcr, on the Royalton Road, affording one or the
best sites for a country rosnsion within the vicinity
or the rity: one-thinl part wood land, and the remain
der in four fields under fence. The improvements ire
two imill Frime Dwellings, Shed Barn, ind Stabling,
two welli, one wlths Pump, the other a draw well.
Possession given to the purrhaaer In timo to teed
wheat thii Fill HANNAH LEVERING.
March 29, 1863 - 6wS '
LANCASTER MACHINE "FOUNDRY.
DE VOL & CO. ate prepared to furnish all kinds
vjT. of Steam Engine, upon short notice and
at Cincinnati and Pittsburgh prices.
Alto, all kinda of Mill Gearing. Hoisting Screws,
Remitting 8cret,Jack 8crewi;Tullr'sbcrewi snd
Mill Spindles of cast iron or wrought.
' Balet and Driven, drc. c.
They will alto furnish the Parker Wheel to,
suit any head of water, snd with either iron or woeet
shaft. Alto, the Atkinson V heel fit up as above.
The patent on the Parker Wheel ha t expired and con
sequently they can be had much cheaper.
They alto contiuue to make Devol's Threshing;
Machines, ind keep a lot constantly on hand; war
ranted the beat in Ohio.
AH the above articles will be made with especiil"
adky the best workmen, and will be warranted
All kiiktaof matrinc done uoon the shortest notice.'
They also eep constantly oe hand, ALL KIND8 0F"
CASTINGS, Mnally kept in a Foundry. Thy have s
corapl.ted their freat abop, ae that those who call A,
can examine their work.
They are alto st thii time manufacturing the Le
Tell Cook Stove, which received the first Premi
um at the Ohio Suie Fair at Cincinnati lest Fall, sod ,
still keep them constantly on hand.
The known quality or the work dose st (hit ettab' -llshment
lor many yoirs past.ls'the best guarantee that'
ia future, the tubacribers will labor to desire the pi
tronige of the public. They invite examination. , '
Lancaster, May 33, 1851 O. DEVOL k CO.
OILS! OILS!! OILS!U
' Just received at the Old Drug Store,
Qftn JilonTannera Oil 8 barrels Sperm Oil"
OUU 600 do Flaxseed de 1 do Sweet do ,
I barrel Lard do 4 do TurpsaliM
. , Capal, Coach snd Jspan Varnish. "" ,
Lsncaater, July 81 , 1. KAUFFMAK k CO.'
DON'T FORGET That the place ta boy the best,
(nods ii the lowest pricet, is st the cheap store
opposite Shaffer's Hotel. -:'.- : W. T. VVI8S. .
Lancattwr.NovemberJLleW.. -.' . . l --r: -.' l;