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MAX" 'CUPf. WINFIELD SCOTT
. FOR VICEPRESIDbiT,
WILLIAM A. GRAHAM,,
- W HORTH OAROUA.
KDWARD D. MANSFIELD.
v WILLLIAM DENN1SON, J.
DISTRICT ELECTOR. ' ' . '
J. SCOTT HARRISON.
THOMAS J. LARSH,
JOHN VV. DEFREE8,
HANSON L. PENNy
JOHN MILTON WILLIAMS,
5 WILLIAM LAWRENCE,
JOHN I. VANMETER,
WILLIAM E. FINCH......
JAMES R. STANBERY,
JOHN SHERMAN, t ;
SMITH ORR. ,
A BANNING NORTON,
ROBERT B. MOORE,
VAN R HUMPHREY,
'WILLIAM L. PERKINS,
, SILAS C. CLARK,
JOHN A. BINGHAM.
FOK OPBEH COUBT JUDGE.
Daniel A. Ilaynea,r Montgomery.
FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
David II. Bearttaley, of Cnyahoga.
CITY OF LAHCASTEB:
Wednesday Eve'ng, Aug. 4, 18M
Railroad Bond. Cel. MediU arrivd hom
thi afternoon from New York, where h
had been, In connection rith President Cor
win, negotiating for the aula of county bonds,
Ueued Hn payment of county , bcrtftini
to the C. W & Z. Railroad. ; In all, about
$100,000- baa been, disposed of at prices
ranging between 95gD8, eiclusive of the In
terest now due, or about 98 including the In
terest eoc the bonde were . issued lr tb
Spring.1; Th remainder- can be disposed of
as needed, upon at least as. favorablo terms.
Doubi.b SHjTTiDTbe Cincfntiati quar
rel continues and occasionally some hot shot
are sent Into the rival ranks. According to
their own showing, they are all net of pre
cious. seamps,and we may add that in all such
cases we put the moBt implicit reliance in
Locofoca testimony. It is a quarrel about
the spoils. . Tim Day sends the following
double-shotter: ' ' , ' ' "
A Pair oj T4n. Gray of the riaindesl
e'r, the abolition edttor, advises me to join
the Whigs; and Robinson of the Enquirer,
wants me to so with the abolitionists. If I
wss to eo where Gray wants me, I would be
with Robinson; and if I went where Robin
son advises me. I would be with Gray. Not
desiring to be in company with eitbar, 1
guess I will stay where L belong, and where
they do not with the democracy.
Imtebestino Iscidest. -The Buffalo Com
mercial Advertiser contains the following
notice of one of the most tolling speeches of
the second day of the Niagara Convention
"Amona the most striking incidents of
yesterday was the introduction, briefly men
tioned la my teicgrappic rcpon, ui iwu un.
soldiers who haa fought under Scott and
Harrisov. : These yetersns addressee, me
Ct hm Will not some half crowd in brief speeches, and although it is
y . r. , v W1 true 'their voice were wi
dozen ncuve w uigs iu ram,
. i j
care not whether tney are om or -d - irnprMgion
eak and broken by
b I age, yet their words were strong, and made
youngyttM , ' . . wi10 heard them.
themselves the labor of instituting erm,ant Thompson, ' tho soldier who had
"Chinoewa Clubsl" These will prove of fought, and bled at Lundy'a Lane, and who
reat help during the campaign, ,n various tioi
ways. It can easily be aone in every . f ... remaininp. in him, gpoke with
ship in the county, and In this way can we inditrnation of the rumors which they told
best promote the success ot cou ana wra- him naa oeen spreau auruuu, u.i 1
r . . . r j I b n.nel man' and n hnrRrt ruler river hid rnm
hanu They are good men, nave Per,ormCu -v.uw - ,".-,-:..
Smnortant services for their country, are well
im office which thev are des-
UKIIIlvv IV -
lined to fill, and deserve tms mucnai t..
Vnil of iho American people.
Let the suggestion be immediately earned
panions in arms. He wouiu lesuty wane
his life and bis speech was spared him, to
the falsehood of such a charge. The little
breath remaining in him should be spent in
denouncing such a report as a base and bru
tal slunder. "I am a living witness yet,
.1 1 I .l ,, ! J I. t.nun .1.1 ,nnn .(..film
out. The campaign is a short one, anu w 8jmogt WOmanly tenderness with which that
must consequently work faster ano naroer. 8trong ,riri) ao terrible in Oght, can smootn
No honorable efJbrt Bhould be spared 10 a- the pillow 01 sicunesa anu iuucu iu w..u-
m r ,l.a urnnnilnrt of tho irpntle
chiere success. Move quicRiy vne., Va whicMhat voide.so harsh anT pow
StnoiPiIiate v send us intelligence oi ine iot- , . h ,tl ,i,inpr
mation of these clubs and the name of the consolation to the dying, and words of hope
-o!-- Whan hflttArv was 10 DC Bwmi- nd com ion 10 me BUticring. a ercm dcu-
Viiit-;ia . A 4 - i . i I r
-j.. mw to he routed, our gallant sation was produced by the appearance of
loader never hesitated a moment,; Shall we the old veterans. .
sm:... Ki. .v-mnlBt Shall we not de- Db. Oldb An the statesman opcaa
4um nrsrOTTMEN! let tne JinirQl tne nominauoaoi ijr. vwu, luuuurj
. kfl AM1 uttH Rfttive. workinff men, Bays: ' .
i .4 1 a ,kA I .iT- V.: Tl.imnnra funl flifit tllPV
sin d bh the news spreads inrougiwunuc -m uim vc t- .
tier i " juoa, nijuv viiv 'mv v -
FiaRP0bt ATH.BT.The editor of
the Detroit Advertiser in writing of the
great Niagara Convention, thus speaks of
the Kenteeky Artillery proscBt:
The Empire State, Capt. Van Allen,
brought down upwards of eleven hundred
passenger, among whom wore the Frank
fort Artillery, from "Old Kentucky, "with full
ranks; having with them a brass Mexican
six-pounder, taken at Cerro Gordo. It has
this formidable inscription "Death to the
Americans!"- We noticed that war-worn
veteran, Brig. Gen. Riley, leaning upon it,
engaged in animated conversation with two
or three soldiers of the Mexican war, who
accompanied it. This company of Artillery
is one of the most striking in appearance
which we have ever met. The men are for
the most part above six feet in height,
swarthy and sun-burnt, but keen and bright,
and having a certain easy and dashing style
in marching, which is hard to describe, and
is not met with sinongthe volunteer soldiers
at the North. Their uniform is exceedingly
picturesqnc, and that effect is greatly en
hanced by the Old Ranger hai of 1812- a
broad-brimmed bluck, turned up nt the side,
with four long bluck, plumes. The banner
ofthecorps.is of blue silk, with gold stars
and eagle, and the motto "Kentucky 're
members Lundy's Lane, and forgets not the
Raisin." Each member of the corps wore a
badge upon his left breast, upon which is
"Old Kentucky Frankfort Artillery."
The British Pabty! There is a won
drous fellow feeling and harmony or tone
iust now between tho British and Canadian
journals and the Locofoco organs of this
countrv. ine Jjocoioco journals muu
Pierce and abuse Scott, and tho Tory jour
nals of England chime in heartily. They
have heard of General Scott before, and
don't like the reminiscences. They love
Pierce, because, according to the London
Times he will carry out Calhoun's free
trade doctrines and favor the Manufacturing
policy of England. John Bull reuds Amsr
can papers, and he knows very well that
Pierce and King are the pledged cniniies to
their own country's industry and improve
ment; that their party have laid it down in
their platform, and have rWund the candi
dates to obey the injunction tliat'thcy shall
positively forebear to'do anything to main
tain the induptrv of their own country u-
gainstthe rivalslii, ? tf foreign lands; or to
make American rivers aud inland harbors
any better than thc-y are now. These arc
sufficient rcasonB for the favor tho free tra
ders of England express for the candidates
of the Calhoun democracy. They are pop
ular in England simnly because the policy
which they advocate end support lor me
regulation of Amcrlian trade, renders .he
United States, as tiie English say them
selves, quite as good to them as if they were
in form, as well as in enect, a uruis-n roio-
TTiaidi.To Senator Wade for part 3 of
thepresident's message with the accompany
ing documents. Will some kind friend from
some other Congressional District,' please
seed us part 1!.
; ' Nem Aivertumhi&f Card of Jube
Lyons.' Ho has jast rV,Ivi'd a fine assort
ment if Groceries from New York, fend has
now on band a large variety of every article
in that line. His well known reputation for
good articles and good bsrg linsis well known.
UlfP Mill lull.
See additional advertisement of G. Kauf
man Si Co. The "Old Drug Store" keep pace
with the progress of the age and always has
on hand a good assortment.
See notices of Mr. Tutlnll. "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" is a good bok in its way and highly
Other advertisements on hamls wilt be
put up in due" time. This'4 the way t
sell off your stockn.. '
Sac AdvtrlUem'MU.-Siie advertisements
of G. J. Wygum and G. Kauffman &. Co.
' RdigtouiNotke. The Rev. Mr. Fbeehak
of Chillicothe, will preash at ,the Episcopal
Church, on Friday evening next.at half-past
Notes of ' Prepabatipb. Orders' have
been issued by thcGovornmontof thelJnited
States for the construction, io Philadelphia,
of a large number of baggage wagons for
the army.-.. They are to be ready as soon as
- , Arriral trm i mUfoimin.
' j . n. in cMerra Ne
vada arrive hst night fruoi Api.wn j
company wilh the miil atramrr, Ohio
News unimportant. Briuga IU7 paM.-o.enl
urn i'iiv unnurru nn-i
io specie on f.-ec't-
Panama on the 7th, ith 600 passenger.
The Golden (Jte would h ave on the 3it,
with 700 jai.-ePre and KWtroop.
Valpirato dater ari' received to June
isth. The fj. S.' eorreite, Vandli and
Vincenns, arrived at Valparasio, on tlte
27lh from England. The FJores was still
30 railas bttto the city, deterred from ent'.-r-ing
the city by a French fri'ite. H'armr
Colombia, with California mails and $350,
000 in pcci and 70 pa-!en?ers, arnireJst
I'anauUonthe Vi:h. Mr. Kiev, Consul at
Acapulco, had ben called to the ci'y of:
- raerstlrr .Tlarkete.
Thcbsoay, August 5 tli. We "have no
chinge to note and former quotations mav.
I be reonmed. ' !...
i n r..j. wr : t. .........
XVu'mTTrX l.fV 50: C;'rn 'C P'r AMe' cnJiduto for the offi Jof SVo. of Hock
Mb.Koito; -If Mr. J.,ji Swrrrta will
conenttobeaeaoii.daiijl. rCOC.Ty AU
DITOR, at the coining election, he will be:
sopportedby ; Wiin akd DkmocraTb. -
Me. WeAvrR ricM announce Mr.
io.-i.h. i.w.vt.u ai a siLtaiiio person luf a
ing and Berne towovhin, iu Vu;ut.
Baliimore .Uurtter. , . NoiiceT '
?AlWz' Ju1y 30 Tro There i. j A rnen.ofthfl Exectivo Committee of
a denrtedly active Wiing In the tobacco I the ""FAIRFIED COUNTY AGRl CX'L
marketaiid hoi .en .re very firm sles of TCR A L SOCIETY," wilt be held at the
.ar) .ana are in.in? aiMa.it s inspectml at Htej of F. A. Shrff.-r, in Lancaster. oo Sa-
.-. m ,j Ti.,taiion.. with t.rdjy, Au;ut 7th. lSnS-.t 1 o'clock, p. It.
u un.i'i t li nn J 'mt uu nil ii ne
hcn slit. nhioaUo sells freely. Veinot
ta ranja of price s f jt.r: Br jx-u. and
green'mli common 3,.'.u a good nd fntr
rd 4.50 a 5,..j: nmt -J.ria
Jlexicoby the American Minister, for the common ,ian;l
purpose of explanation. After he had pro- fine do. 8 a !: y-Wo-rr 10 .i 12: M irv!:.n I
cecdod soma dilince on the journey, the inferior 3,i0 a 4 g.-md common 4 1 1 r,0;
auiuoruies oi Aeapuico seni an express to miiMIing 6 a7,2; "ja! Ha": and very (in
rc-arreit him, and brought bun back. Near
ly all tho destitute -passengers gjt off Ir jm
Acapulco, were s'.'ht by express.
- - ' JOHN REflER. PrealiUnt.
'" Jon-f S BsiatE, Sec F. Co. Ag. So.
"Anjo-itf, 1&58; .
Anr t'AI a M rmcii SurTurhit ft'onl iiic id
pery red, fine, b 10; extra do. l'J a (1 1; ' 'j'- f. "n!e r jnrratly-vubjuot, nao, Dr. 8. D
I a Z; ;;rl tin. 7.Vj; j '''''t Ha.tr Sirurill.-il wlMom-ntoty mreyoii.
FUVot f. iu!i, old or y"Ong, ALL toiiofry f-.
jrh.ilij 'ro urtUtnt FamUji txtdicint by tlirat.
"! t onr.l.nt, nr on dhn of our Aganw, tail M a
11,50. T,i) "n-p 'i 'ior.of the week an' 6i3 ;i'ilili-, g.-ii, wW v,.u will find fartsf tttft
hh'ls 3Iiry!rtn I: 0:!1 do. Ohifl, in I 1 I J du. teM" t'iUnbti:r.talut!!ilbyt!ioiuaiiitiot Kv
Kentucky! mailing in all l,77 hhd-t. ! "K i'nif in tSU city and couufry, Vi: that tho
WwA. T!) i rC 'ipH ol til pa 't WPi ? vwum :-.irp.nll, M pcepart-dbv IJr. . t. HOWIm
From A-v York.
New Yobs, July 31. Bodies from tV
Henry Clay r.-cover.vl and recognized 04;
nitiiftinT tl. TL lirt-iinni. Cnrninu.!i,r' '
--o - II ,
Perry, sailed at 1) o'clock for the fishing
ImIt. The ht -diner Glasgow - arrived
from up North Kivur with nino additional
bodies, making 73 far. - Hull not yet ruin-
have been I'a'r, arH nri',b wH wulti' iin"rf
fur nil ilescrijitwuia. V.? h Ar ait-a ol 500
lbs fleece, iliferent graden, at i a 40 cu;
tU'i, 13W li.sti:U wm!i?dbt 3'J4JtU;
2200 lbs pnlleJ at 3 J a 3. (t, and 3V lb
unwashed coimn jii at2ij a23j cts. per lb.
" 'in thi- in n uf penAancntly ctfi'ing ram
aii t'j hk.'h tha Iiuiiiau family ri rauthimlly ob
; "1, tui any o!li,r prorUion of Kuroparill. erSr
otli-ou'.lrirnho iuMic. Sou AJvertbement. '
PHitADCtP.iiA, August 3. 1200 beeves
PcblicD!Bf.ii to Ex-Bkc. .GAnA.
The citizens ol liiiisiioroiign, . nave h,,ra tlJ.Air fro, o.ucbec; where he had an
tendoreu a puD ic mnner io iiou. . ir,tervie'.v with tho Government, relative to
Graham, when he arrives among tnem. ,)ie fisher;0. 4s i KUPI,yscd.
(7" It is time we should become a little
more Americanized, and, instead of -feeding
the paupers & laborers of England, feed our
own, or wo shall soon become paupers our
selves. Jticlaon. t
f5rA lump of gold, weighing 37 pounds,
hss been found in Australia, Jtis without
quartz, and is said to be gold of about twenty
Vi-AOTIIi:il SCltNTIVlC W0DRRV frV
fui t fim-tr-nci. Ir J. W. llolHlHTON'
. i.P I N, 'i'ht 7Vt Jgr,tiee f'uW.or Umtrir Juic.
i,r.t from HKNM.T. or Urn ruunTii tioM.tu ,
rfiiii Ok. after uirectiom ol Diron l.lhUl1.', f,m "
ffn. niy.i:ii(i';'.-.l rfcenii, hy J. K. H.wauiON, M.
,l'ialxttli:a. lhu ii truly a notidettol mdr for
!n i.''H,r., Dynpepuia, Jaundico, liver coinpfaiut,
nipaiMm aivl dtfl'ilitv. eurmv atler Nature a owa
I n-nhod. t.i Natura l own "fr, Ihe UwUric Juirt.-
pissed Xfmr York Air'uit, 3. 2250 beeves, at t f-jmi-h.-d ry a-ma pvi.. St-u u0 iroKj um
t8,00 to 8,50; 150 cos and ralvej 20 Vt Ar,
17500 sheep and hrubs IwO to 4,50CC5,00.
Louivii.t.t, July 28. Beeves Limited
ed. Many then? yd; sufficient to swell the t fsirutii) acr cwt. Hoirs 4'i0 in market,
number to one hundred. 7U0.'8 perewt. Co 150. prices ranj-
" i t"' ' injf from $13 to 4'. Sheep and lombeSO
'-""'" JO 4: latter 2rr3,50
MoxTBi:Af., Jiilv 3(. Mr. Coryrm
Vi'ashibgtok, July 31. -Brevet Lieut.
Col. Samuel Cooper,has b?en appointel A'.'
county,- that we are all working to
" ' i ...mi ka noruod tit createl
ilv. but surely !
we will march right through the i
hat we are uu wo.... " " public speaker in the present important can-
each arm will be nervea to greawr B" Ua(1Si an !ait,ful and influential represen-
apd each heart beat with brighter Hopes oi tntjve Uj,on tne floor of the House of Ilopre
Ku. n.n.A nn the column! Stead- gentatives. " No man could have been se-
" y. ... ., i J ' I rt,l in' wknffl ihf, DAInnRTflAV I'Ollld
I lh BH, I,, .HI HHIIKTH. ICL,t.U III wml... ' J
anu iviui "ll fc f . ri ,.; ,1 ,.
mnka nt mo smiiniiw iri t,uiuui.vc iu,. v.
their principles, and system ot masterly at-
the enemy. . tacit upon tne policy oi uo-wuik pm
AsECDOTe or Geb. Scott,
in troinir from Albany to
years si. ,u, , -.-., Mr. JStefawea,
ked of a purse coniaiuing ci,.v
:oTT. Gen. Scott, power, and their dishonorable conduct when ( t)( ft dev
, New York," some 8eekrnC elevation." V: ?; i.;. Ur!,h
,at,had bU pocket Is he an honest Hiticjan! ; Aner th-tt, j j-,,,
su. t..,,t,o Mr. Staletman.. .- -'. ; lare vcrv nn
h Manv of the Canadian Journals as well as
-v - - . , ,r. ,
American organsol fierce ana iviug nave
been in tribulation for some weeks past on
account of tho Lundy's Lane Celebration.
Tim Canadian oa.ers have been round-
lv Aaftprt.irip that the Americans under
Rrntt wpro not victors on the memorable oc
caeion celebrated, and that a celebration of
the anniversary of the battle ot lindy s
Lane would be an insult to Canadians and
ti.n Rritlsh lion! Locofoco i nirn ale have
i-himorl in TonliiiiHlv. and have done all
thev eould to disDaratfo the trlory won by
A mnri.-iin valor on that bloody field, to
stigmatize Gen. Scott and ridicule und
ubuso the tens of thousands who participated
in the enthusiastic and long to bo remem
bered celebration. Itthotn rail on as tli
have becun, and in November American
.itinn. nntivo and adonted.will pass jud'Te
mom for theinaelvos on the canuiuuies ana
voted to Untuli interests. itcw
jii,,r. inrold. Arrived at New York, he
advertised his loss, and soon after the money
. sent back "to him by a thief of the city,
with a respectful assurance that none ol his
hand would have touched his purse, imii moy
known his pernon
Gen. Snott has been nominated fur Prei-i-
dent with every prospect of success. It is
testified by those who have had the best oP - j
portunities of knowing, that he is a kind and uke tQ (
ftrThe St. Johns News, in an urticle on
the recent orders of the Dritish Government,
snys: ' '- Sy4 .. " .'
"Were tho IngU tory ministry to retain
power, we have-no aouui uui uwi , n very
pretty (Juarrel would be , niado out . of this
'tinir story: out with a neiitiiuio, pr- :ucni,
business government, such as is like' to be
forniod by" a fusion of parties, i- tho only
possible result of the presotil election, it la
it more moueruio, means muy i,"
carry out the treaty regulations,
demand, with n:ile ofwnail lota choice bcvcs
at 5 (i5jfc. Sale of common to fair ranges
from 4 to 5le. Ilojr S-ileo of 259 head
this week to but. hers at 4'i. t-h cp und ;
j Lamb a supply liht, v. tin sal 'S o'. aim
! Sheep, sheared, at ,50 n?3,50; salen of rein
I ninuiinnU nt 9 00. S il. i.f f im!,i rini-f
BurrALo, August 1. The cholera broken fom I,''5 to 2,09.
out at EuffJo a g-nt!eman, his wife, two I ' ALf.E&Hrr fPA.1 Ju'v 20. 100 B-.-efCut-
id at 2U.2,'j), live
lil at 1 .25 and a few
f.fti,iii nt 1 37 Vfi Kntra ofH'red. u-rjti!d
! Rochesteb, August 2. Durinff the last I commsnd 4& 4,50 live weight. Spring Cows
! 24 hours 25 cases of cholera and 7 deaths Pmnm)iniUir,rtrvs .
or three children and clerk died within a fffw offered- about 'M)0 soi
". '- -1 -L j .v.. l .,r-v:a.,-"r"' ic,8';
WllOl.tlAl.B AMD ItKTAII. nUALITK IS
Every Variety of I'nmily tiroceritn, I ro
visions, Notions Cord5V,mr, Jln-s '
miiv Srat'rT t ivrKTi'n filllil
N-VITES th attontum cftho countrv and city ti-vle , morning, anu orings w passengers ann
48 hours 66 cases and 24 deaths.
Arrival ol Hip Ohio.
The Wool .tfjrkrf.
. EWK'Uii2--rb!.01ll "mr! Uvool continue, to' pre.ui.t a very fine
IX. G ramll'i Calebr&ted Ar&bi&a LlulBUSt.
Krrry ti.ii.ilv should t nco procurn a bottle of
.(19 gret AraMsn rm.Wy for man fd h.iit, exiled
O Ftrteti i Araiiua Liniment. . It klUyn the
:oot Liino tj.in-i ut a few Hiinuten, ntcvrs th
y iivkl rtottioTjriA ttter,nd flt curat ftilTjinl
t p nvirl th to the twin, rulaxM contnrted
vr:!'.,tt)rr rfwomatiffir and ptUi'-d littihs ol twenty
yt.r fttv.irg; ! tumors, Jvcllcd iMrk, iibrg
mn.r4 ti2'.juli, trul t tlio bcH medic me for til
;K?r. taitinevfr dirfwrd, curinj: iwrfiiY. fp
v ir.t. nvlin. and li duee which require M jxUr-
I' tin flflQ ytart1 tfandirg cured hy H 0 Ti'
rtu t Arabia liuimt Hi.
Mr. U. Q. Farreli Der bir; t Iwd In f.iftd
tvitn Pain for tivHt trt cr, and rould
nutrt eit'i-epl by blctiing; but ttw uect
H.fJ. i- afTr;Il' Anhnn LiiiunenV. applied ovor th
,1 fiftpt 1 io-.t fhrueor luur timi day, at wa mn
' - r'itvly r-mmi.tnd J havt Mt oothio of it tinco. I
J ei''utati 'rM Oft bight, tr apply it to ft fcor'a
fuK Hur-i l. j;. ardjje-i;! vnry lamn h atuipbled and, fell
an- ' -iv ' J-hij:g amlbrohing then ar Mdhr
pearnce,-6nd although our quotations are i aik. yu, Linlmeirt. and was veil
as lair indicatinns of t'ie current rates as cnou.h in a f-w lav:t c about araia h uaual. I
to his extenivt arrival Horn new lorn, ir-n a nif i iuvto in mo n.u .j ,
mw na iiwiii B roinpum ..e.a . OI ule pawcager... u Aspinwau on "Je j, iven wilh the un?r-t!W feelinn-, thjt M.o c,h av finp-r orkmH manner, by lut-
ro attend to Jh w.nU nf bu. ruatonicrn. and lut 2 ,st nd w, t4V0 hours t ,he machinery t , ,,gi V. ..' 1,. Tar-' frpT, , u ! ' - 'S '.U up-a it; your Unnnant .-o. balv
It bo understood ai a timu that he wlli on ths twr- , ' , . J. naa and (Iocs still prevan, sales an? treiiuent- s i" j , ujid
igVlorttan rny 1.1 In r.lrfl-M.uuty. whh because deraed.-run to Kingston v. !h ( rf d occa.ion.llv below our ;.-' a?i, pU. li ?.b6 1
tt?e und sa.led thence on the th; '- , , fc j, ,tiU K.
Tnf.n" mPt UlC 1111:1013 b0ttnd ,B- tive demand, and we hear oC. sale at Zan,s- f. rl. OJW. ArbU, Uollr.s.-r-
,UL,a alt" u y at "S" lv.9d Zuir , .ill of 450.000 lbs at 45c, but our inform- rrJJ
WESTERN NEW YOUK
COLLEGE OF HEALTH
Ko. 207 Main Street, Bufl'alo, N. V.
DR. a. O. VAUGHN'S
humane General, that he has the highest re- 8nj tnat the long wished for reciprocity may
card for the welfare and comfort of the men be agreed to w a compromise.
under his command and that he Is in every a NirhowEscafe. -A letter from Wash
way a man of high-souled honor and the pur- jn&ton 0 tjlC Baltimore Sun, dated Sunday
cat patriotism. - The man is Known, .v- lMt .
nesaes are Itnown, the fact forms one oitne Between twelve and three o'clock yester
an... In American historynd yet nv morninir. a centleman on I street heard
... j ...i.,..u utflnl from him this his irate open, and soon perceived a man try
rr"'T::"r.:;:::;7;n,idbiot t toiinto.t. house. T?kinffhisgun
jnaro-earucu . and drawing deliberate aim, the gentleman
if the CQlld.UatporHonoior uioioij . . tl, aiinnnaed ntrmler ran. nu cklv Io
tecords the greataess of General Scott, his i jowe hy some persons in tho neighborhood
successful achievements and his eievateu un reaciiing isevenin street, nowever, be-
, i euro i rum nif uiinuc ui niiuuivi uiuuuamuj
bwmMiity. , . ... ... from the same window, our hero stopped,
The nurse is trash, compared, wun ine , . nnp.rp .hathB was the servant
reputation of the owner; and while the thief man 0f tj,e gentleman who fired, that he had
eshibited a kind of patriotism in ms regam returned on lawiui ousiness irom uw twin-
for General Scott, tbese robbers of his rep- ry,
ingthe family. Thechargo of tho gun had
barely missed him, but he was the worst
scared Individual seen about here for some
time. 1 ' ' ' " . . " -
The Fishery Seizures. The Glouces
ter Tolcpranh. which is well posted on the
subject of the late fishing difficulties, says it
utation feel no remorse in thus sinning a-
irainst licht and knowledge. But, thank
U...nl thn nnnnle of the country will nu
11VU V uu vaaw f- I . - w
enstain their efforts. . '
Ton Public PaniTmo. After all, it
looks little as if neither the wasningion
Vnion bt the Southern Press is to get any w0Uia appear from the account published,
bT the Public printing. The House, on oai- tnai tne receiu seizure in u e o. a
oimopuoiiofiii a ....... ..,. 11 .,a. t U mi i tie vessel was
not moro than a musket shot from
urdav. bv a vote of 91 to 66, rejected the re- w." legal one, m . us saiu vee . -
J tA m c.Ksttr J USUI UK IIU muiu iimu "owv' -
port of the committee and adopted a budsu lho Bhore;- But there have been seizures of
... .An,..nl .v.. . . ... i . . 'I r . I.
tute. It repeal me present j vcsseiswnen tney were nsumg vuwuie m uw
. ji n.n;1n. fur tho election ot a nroncr bed limits. The seizure ol tne senr.
X I MCl f l V iwuvvsn -
St. Lawrenoe, was a case in point, ine
vessel was in company with a large fleet,
but having shot out from among them, sue
was boarded and seized bv the cutter, upon
nretence of vi.'latin. the treaty, when there
were hundreds who could testify that she
was five miles from the shore while fishing.
Had she remained with the fleet, no harm
would have rorae to her. Sb.3 was taken
into port, and upon an an cc parte hearing,
condemned and sold, costing the previous
owners some 2,500 to obtain possession of
her again. S.imilar cases, we apprehend,
will occur this season.
Cost or Pkachers. A paragraph has
been circulatinsr freely in the newspapers res-
e cost ot preacners in
the United States. It is said that there are
over sixteen thousand ministers of. the vari
ous denominations, and that, at an average
cost of 375 each, there would be expended
the enormous sum of 86,000,000 annually
for this one thins. But what is the cost of
keeping up an opposite state oi anairsi uver
$13,000,000 re annually speni on mo io,
000 criminals in prison in this country! and
were Satan to have his own way unaisiuroea,
it is likely that no sum of money or of means
could keep order in our midst. The minis
try, seperate lrom other considerations, is
the greatest national safeguard that we, as a
repblic, can boast. .
PmiACtLPiitA, .July 30th. The down
trained the Jersey railroad," when half
mile above Burlington, to-day, came in con
curl wilh awacron erooslne the road, cdn
t.;nrnr anold man and bov. The waon
wasdashed into fragments, the boy and horse
killed, and the old man severely injures.
The were comlnff to markets Names Ofr
known, ' ''- '"v-r :'
public printer, who is to execute mo F'--ing
not only of Congress, but for the Exec
utive Departments; thirdly, the appointment
of a superintendent of the printing, to
etand between the public printer and the
Government, to see that the work is neatly
and expeditiously dono, and to exercise a
general supervision over the subject. Pric
es to be paid for composition twenty per
cent, below the prices of 1819, government
to furnish wliite paper. ' . . .
7-A correspondent of the Ohio Statesman
talks about "Justice, Liberty and Equality,"
as the three cardinal virtues in the Locofoco
creed'. Equality! Refusing to allow men
of a particular faith in New Hampshire, the
stronghold of Locofocoism, of which Gen.
Pierce is ca'.led the faithful representative,
to hold ofllce. If, too, there is any Justice
or Liberty in such a restriction, we should
Jike to see it .explained. . '.' . - ,
fri-The Statesman insinuates that thepick-
-nnlrPt at Niaoar were Whigs. No efforts
We're made to discover their politics at the
.ime. and as It is to be presumed that every
fnrfi.rdiml knows bia own associate best.we
must submit to the imputationuntil we have
better authority to the contrary
litor of the Democrat thinks we
are vcrv nresum niious in uiim.-iww.um
rritieise the miiiturv olieratiunu in Mexiro,
We do not profess to be much of a military
critic, but we think we are cap iblo of criti
rising such small military upi-raii-im
those of Gen. Franklin rierre. it our
neighbors of tho Dcmncrit' unu our neigh
bors of the TVmw are able'-to crititiae, ns
they attempt to do, the military movciir nts
of Scott, we certainty ought to bo abl to
criticiso those of Pierce. If they can dis
ciiBS in masterly stylo the Rtorming of Cer
ro Gordo, Chapultepcc.nnd Mulino del Rey
we suppose we moy aspire to corapreheud,
and discuss the ocensionnl tumblings of a
New Hampshire General from his horse.
Louisville Journal.' '
ArroRTioNsiENT ;r Representatios.
VnAf T the act of CoiiltCss. which was filial
ly passed Inst week, the whole number oi
Representatives win ue wo imiiuitu unu
thirty-four,distributed as follows, viz: Maine
6, New Hampshire 3, Vermont 3, Massa
chusetts 11, Rhode Island 2, Connecticut
4. New York 33, New Jersey 5, Pennsylva
nia 25, Delaware 1, Maryland G, Ohio 21,
South Carolina fi, Georgia 8, Florida 1,
Alabama 7, Mississippi 6, Loulsuna 4, Vir
ginia 13, North Carolina 8, Tennessee 10,
Kentucky 10, Missouri 7, Arkansas 2, Indi
ana 11, Illinois 9, Michigan 4, Wisconsin 3,
IowaS, Texas 2, California 2: Total234.
The whole number of Presidential electors
aihlinir the 26 Senators will thercloro De
206, making 14S necessary io a i-uoico.
Pittsburgh and Steubekville Railroad.
-ITnwnrds of a thousand men are now at
work in tho construction of this road. Tho
directors have concentrated their working
force upon all the heavy parts ot tne tobu,
leaving to a later periou me iijiuci
so that the whole road may bo finished at
ono timo, which period has been fixed at a
vear from the coming winter. .Aimaipe-
nod tne wnoie unu ui mu uicuwmm
Indiana Railroad will also, it fl eaio. oe com
nleted. as well as the Mountain Division of
tho Pennsylvania Railroad. These roads,
with their western extensions, win irm?a
ontinuoufl line of railway from rnuaueipuia
to St. Louis. '' - '""'. - .
THIS eWhniii( rrtnwljf i r-nnataiilljr incratwMC h fumt Uf
L llw mnuj ourv it u ma kin
- ALL OVER THE WORLD
(l tin now iteiwm tkf mlp maiieitt fir 4H'' M wmI i
inliuolai'ljr nuonitiiettiUl Tor
all ttHffu of lltii uom I nlnt ImrBtli;it!y wlfevnl, n hujtw
nl' how lornr tluxliiiie. tVui Vnwphitt far Tesnmsmw 'Tim
dtteitM in t iViviitlnl iw Ciioixt. ( lh mom mn dreaiH.il
imtrnw of tlw nitiltulr. blunt n. tfio ylriti to i trt-grw winch
rem leu llw imiieut uuvfll unntl U uuirc. on l U inuM
it nnw jrieltlt to tdt rem))' ami Phyrictrm It pltlidr
unl iiivBilf with Hrlrt nii,t. lM miy ot wlo Ii.w ever
Ittul n tymiitom of l)roiy, n( nur rHniuter hp lhafUt:W
Ity tliom. oik). ;1 ther wohIiI uroitl lW uituninntt
: - a ...(C.: - J:.nn. an.kln h in
t A , t. t mi i Hull 1I UUl SUiliCl. 'Ili.iV Ull'-Ut. IW i.a 17 u w
New Obi-eass, August 2.-The barque r..raV, ofth renort, Asa
new feature in our Vofj! traiie, we would
uifntion thaton1." of our dealers, Mr. A. D.
Bulliiclt. has imported about 30,000 lbs of
Charlotte Henry,' for Liverpool, burned on
Saturday at S. V. pas. Cargo 1900 bales
of cotton. Officers and crew saved.
the g cf a boy t-.velv-e yeara oiJ. The Iff had with
er iwi" an'i kii ao contracted that b bad no vw8
ul' it. Three doctora ba-4 tried ibir alill upon it in
vain and he mifatt tinkirg io llu grave, whea tho
bo'. latter waa induced to trr U. ii- Karrell'a Ara
bian Liniment. IWtorB the ftrrt bottle waj ued op
foreiffil Wool, which tt iil be offered in this ,h n:e to Mr.JB'a atoce.aml tha 1,nt trord. he aaid
,3. iL , . - c were. -.Mr. Banter. I vram an max i.uumeni yon nav
market for the accomtaodation of estern , JX,tor,rtKf, ,Miu I Ko did my bov morw
manufacturers. I e,M liin tl lhat bad ever Wu doua blor." That
--- - jboyi. noj- well and hoarfy, and haa fne uaeof bi
Xewr Vork 7tnrUet. It i go- fjr eyrainai bruiwa, cvta, barM and
New Vpbc, August 3-P. M.-Cott .n- WBilinS- 7 & fof Cort-MU
Sales of 1000 bale, upland, at 10 rnidJ.inj Tut iu' lie. ar c auiiuued againat another esaatar.
Thb NATioHAtMoioMKBT. The collec
tion in New York and Brooklyn tor me nt
Waahlnirton MoBOtnent, have been
i..d to.11668., and Itie laid the Mo-
mie fraternity -of those cities will Mlbteribr
. VsuiitGTo, July 3d. Houe took up
the General Appropriation bill. The gen
eral debate having closed, the committee
proceeded to act on the bill. An amend
ment va adopted, appropriating seventy-
nve tnousanu oouar. lor tne , purcnaso ' 0rlr.nS, 10; marlti-t firm. 10,000 barrels , foir. wUh ha. lately m.d.h. appearance. lled
boolts for the Oongresoiutial Library, ari- ! PI a,..,! .... a, i?. f;Jnwu.,, .,,uth. ' W H. Karrell'a Arabian Liuuiut. the swat dangeraaa
ous uninteresting proceedin4 were had;' a.,n k,,I.'. U'k.i i, ' f 'he couneri-ns becauae hu hajinc tne aame
Rlw-n t! fnnim!h.. tw Ili.nsc flii.nrneil ern- 46- 8j0 ,e &ca,t' southern, ; f K.rrHl.manv will buy h in good fsnfi, wuboot
n..n tl1ecMim.ttter.7st. Uousealjournea.(uldat90c forro!. Genessc, white, fcl,03. 1 tne.Bowtedgothata coonterfeU eau, and the, wiU
tmab.r-l he 1 resident transmitted a com- jSalesof 23 C00 bofheU Corn, mixH 63- ' w!p "1v diacovei ;t!irerror heath, .pariou.
munication from the State . department in ... ..., v m. ..:, 7i. iIM, ;uiiure haa wirouirht iu evil etfecta.
answer to Mr. MW. resolutions touching ' ?"I W n?' ffl 'A T f ? 2EL
the fiMhcnes, eUlint' that Com. Perry, with 1. for (irdilia Chieao-o. 200 barrels druH. No. n. Main nJt Peoria, Uliois,te whom
!fill despatch-I , ... ,,, nnn 1.1..1. c.... far,r-,.lr, Ai alt an.pH'-afbina for Ancie mint be addreaaed. Be
r u iv n P ai, rianTi Tnl reyuu . it with thOer. llyG. tefor. ,anll'..
5J, .200 bajrs Rio Coffee,9c. 4000 pal- u. KAar.t.i.'a-and h aignature on the
Ions Linseed Oil, 62c. Ohio Whisker, 31C. . wrapper, all otlmra are counterfeit!.
. , , ' Sold by U. KAUKKMAN CO. f Uncaater. .
ClfVFlaud market- b- r.nu!arlv atithori.ed agenta throughout tho
I t'nited2. Price 25 odreenf, tad l bottle.
ClEVELaUD, AufiTUEt 3. tana KicciJs- i.sts WANTED in every town, village end
Wheat 13,564 bushels; Corn 2,230 busht'U; hatnlet In the L'nited Statea, in which one i not 1
1 A in hirr.lrf . ruady e.Ubluhed. Aiilreaa H. ik Farrell aa above,
Flour 14 10 I"s. j i with iooi refereae, to character, re-
Markets. heat is extremely dull, and .WtoibittWe. K August 6 1st
prices down. Sales of one boat load North-j
ern at 75$. I Receipt for the Gazette
Corn -VjI Jittie in the market, and de- rj. Ruttor "2,00 T. Risslar
mand pood. Prices firm. Sales of 2200 (;-0. Havs 3,15 John Fix
bui.eU mixed brands at 3,403,43. . Vm.l. Rice 1,75 I. H. Beery
- j Alex. y. Norris 200 Thomcs Swope
tha steamer 3Iidsi.iiipi, had befiu despatch
.1 . . . 1 .- . . . .1. -i. . . . r .
j eu 1.0 uiv coumiu jirotcci liiu riguLs 111 .uir,
icau Dsnvrnifii. ,ur. i.s.s iuuvcii a rc-icr-
APPLICATION OF TOE KXUE,
a rarr,,s tla aval Ml antrl 11 ilia aitl1allli1:llrll WNlM tl
iar. it ih.in jM-t u. ii.i-reniH.ir in -;t...... n.i ner, cnce Vi the committee on Foreign Relations.
. I t lhm trr it m mijr atfiir ili iiH)-, itml n vun i . . .
""" ''Mwifii..uari.ui.i. . ' j .4rrlv.il from Europe. -
anl all .Iwnw. of Ilia uminr orilai. i timlwe .li.l,iua I NLV YoKK, August 3. The Ifermad ar-
cwMbini.. .1 ,..,.)-i..,..!.,a .mu. "I"." '1 ,:vd' thwinorninw from SoulliamDton wilh
mm uirciirw imiihi ii ifi4in'. nw imt -t.iitin ,- j . q t i i
.uiuin.r-t vinti's to iht ...at. coiionin moa(raie ne-
DEBIUTY OF THE SYSTEM, ' r limnil pri.-eis firm: ai 19th 6000. 20th
woiik Itniilt . Mfri k ihmw Afllw Kiln", fcc. . iiifltimiiiM Um I nn'i .!,,' -,-.,. r1.i;n na
A CERTAIN REMEDY . j dull ; forn incri-'naei! demand ; oats six pence '
for tnch Mruiilnlnu. ntul iIm for iWumtrmeaU of Uw fent'il . rt r....-t.i. ...AVi '
jj! , i:nrufH'i. 'irutviii" viujts iumiiuur-. cut,-
IRRE0UIARIT1E3. SUPPRESSIONS, . ' er m(iffnilici!,t; 'money raaricel unciiangea.
puinfui itrwi.tntunmi'. n nrtn-w- in fw inn rtr-rj ciiwiit abumlaitt, more polda AiiFtraiiH lunds nnn,
Li. a. I.l.-la a.ialll.1 tnil.ik itllo kltltl Sal' traHtlll MIMtnll. It III;
lie rilM tipun its tin t"l U1ciiv mtwir mui it irf
pMiHititl lo tlo Mt, ciU civ
A THOUSAND BAMES
u pnwif tf ctirM iit tliu ilUlmftNtiix lnw at otnililntt. SU
i)iiniittrri. AH Iniikwi ilown. iWntimtwl ctriiiiiikii Irom
Um etlnl ol' mm-rirr. i" fi'i'l t' . Hwr ol l In nrl i.
cts td act immtiitrlf , ml th" ummiioii aiimwiil cnnnaiiml
Irom tlw tvattnii. ... , , t
The iU fUtirwt pnrn-rilt- wltit-li rnmiMf Ui urticV, want.
rt tltfiuwlv i-sfiutiilnrlr in tU aiitlifitiirn or lb rcMO
miuiuI, fr I'm- ihtrtsiiin um "( linn lim
this intriitfrni. Kor tM-iilrtt Hin ha teii ute.1 lit in.
north of buriMWt
CERTAIN BOTANICAL AGENT,
railed In ll dirnM or riemniff nwitU of tli ritniiira rrtiriw,
uUtrtittliOti". itlMiciilM-, nnnilul fntHrViruHiiun. .
iltTtoi. u enrm. Tltw root n tiniiifpnort to
in .nrite cjuimtiti, tuttl tn ti f
ii r Mill, anil Idii nil
jvroirHriy, HaiwU with-
conaols one huntlred, ihree-eihths.
L'juit Xapuleun'ft tour Strasbourg. 18th,
Xira;rillltary iuuisudu uviiiuuairuuuiip vy r . , .j
the people, inairniricent illuminat.ons, mon- Whlfnt inquiry, market flat. Sale
SV ';Vit'w,slium lit, frenzied sliout, lofa .ma!1 n,rcl Wabash. 1300 huh at 75c.
"V.ve Napoleon, Vive I Lmpcrcur,' showers Corni.ir with trood demand and hut
Ol outjuuiB anu uuwirra
isuuaio .uaritt-u j John Wclshcimer
Buffalo, August 2 Flour dull Sales' w Kubwribersv
113 bbls good Ohio at $3,37. 100 bbl. extra ,rrrison Arpleffate. Warren Smith, Wm.
P. Rice, Jjha Fix, John Dodd, Joshua Cook.
From Sew .York.
X ... V.. A ...... st 1 TKfl .avnn.
ter Taney capsized and sunk at noan in the i
Narrows. It is reported thut 6 persons wore j
drowned. Captain and oliicers saved
Mimited stipi!r. Holders have made snother
1 . .' 1 "... i t . . r.r,. .1.-
irise. Salt's 2Urlnu uosn at ooiu.un.,
1 Greater portion at 61, afloat.
( iiiriiin.tti .flariief.
Gror lluimatl'i F milium Eiorc of Coffct
the ' One rarkare at 15 eenit viil tart 4 lb, uf Coffte!
r-pHHKinee waa late'v award i with a ai'ver
t I iwi! in he Amerirar.'InstHute, New York, a ao
irh tne tir-t jtrrn mm lorncnanictfa uiiiieir.ui.
r . ...... DM .l. I hU
CisciSSATt, A uiiet 3. River stationary. vtresa-e nd at the proprivfor's ao'e
ant an wu.'ii ; ii twin, ihwoi in,,!!-..!" . r.i-.- j
ilUiiitmnl limiite: ii hi a'an, ami U-e ty.ieni will Ct, mtuccl ,. Sands,-- the well known circus rider, was , Um.... i V,!,in.r done in nrovisinns. ' bv our A.mta.an atthe lirinrirai Diujffcud Oroctry
tte ri W'H-U'r-r JP-JBX on Saturday in Walcutt, Wayno conn-1 Prin)e a'rd .1103 1 1 fr barrels and I U for . JTi n.nr thou..
:,.raV;,? 'J.'iS-rJ- I "ompttng to wain ms cemng bean ; k Hams j,, fe,00j .lemond sur cured o(;;,, .od ,Mtrespert.-,.e taniflss,- .. well
- Uium iwiwliunl oIi-uuu.m whwU anat Irom ukina : duwnwarUj. - t . i . ...no.a tn', 1 1. flrn. i... .1,. ofir-ir-r e'a.s '! rvle. almoat through he
" " VV.n ).ai iuimil r,,r llm rmKt ! . '. " i .ui- 1-.U Sums. to be bvfrnhebest nreperatioa
N8UMPTION hkii l.iraa Cimn.aiirr. Hilinf Dir. . . , . I cenos inactive. ' - , ;'"i,p0rt(.red to the'ptrblir. Coll'eemad.by
. .,.,!( ... ti.ea. tViii, Maoraa. of Thomas Collier, pronnotor, and the !fi-1 i .ceflea ef 0"orr ZL. . j.i;,..J
- ai.-i. ... i... ..II - -- i: - i I - tI. LannraltinilCun Utf Wli wvnir, iiiui uaai(.,
UI lilt.' BbtTUlIlUt IICIITV V-IOJ
nrjM. jfiskt Sweat.
Mfiliiiirt Imi vr ltii U ptjual.
CANCERS, FEVER SORES, SCROFULA,
HWRI.IaKD JOINTH.MARO TUMORn, nfl SPINA!,
AFFECTIONS thi a MitlieinK k,i$ and is eurivg the wertt
cm: let nm omc itJHtetrd tritk thine camntatntl, vranv fatr.
ketitate f trv this Meilieiw, at turf -M ckhtainlv r.
mmii jrom ii M m, were prima -n: iNf mrjurm mm
wwriA it uttUt Cult n Jigetta and art a Fampkiet. .
FEVER ANT) AGUE.
To the Grent Wt nMfrinllr. nml wlmrfrnr li cfa.
plutnU pril, tin nitxlicirxt m oili-rvd.
K0 MINERAL AGENT.
no ittlteriou cofnimuitil it a pnrt f xUi mitturp. ft cow
that diftriuM Willi uKiniiKy ami clriir, unl ilwrt out kwt
Sinoui.ab Mode or Suicipe. In Waldo-
borough, Me., one day last .ween,, a mr,
William lienncr, trauer, coniiuiianu u.v...
in a novel way. Early in the morning he
ronnireH tn hi store and " sat down on his
counter immediately over an open keg of
i,n nm .tor. Into this he threw a bunch of
?;,.v,mi rnntphen: and tho instant result was
B . . . ... 1 k..;Mlnlln
an explosion wnicn snawreu mo uunui
atoms. Mr. Benner was taken from the ru
ins shockinjr.y burnt and mntilated,anti uvea
only nPout lour noura. .
iWThn dirertors of the Hempfield roil
WHshinirton. last Tuesday, resolved
n . . . ! 1 U..S, ..
not to elect a 1'resident immeuiaieiy, out, w
n,,cK fnru'nnl the r work with vlffor. w asn-
ington Pa and Ohio county, Va., have each
issued their coupon 7 percent, bonds to the
unfinlJ r.nmnanv for 8460,000 in the
Moktoomekt; Ala., July 29. Gen. Scott's
anawnr to our Southern Rights, Committee
k.a hoon received bv it in this city. It is
rlinrt. He savs he will not write any
other political letter, and refers to his letter
accepting the nomination of the Whig Na
fri-A n infallible criterion, . so . far as it
nfa (vnndinn.is tclenn mustard pot. If
that Is in proper order, you may be sure that
ib. hed will be well aired, the shecU clean,
and all the et eeteras properly looked after.
T.-Wr. I'rttiHTT. A letter from a gen
'tinman at Jackson XIourthoBe says: 1 We
rn i atrontf for Scott soup and Gnham
Wurl. We shall iriva Old Chip from 200
idf 90a majority; Jack8on;ountf.&t?fr
lift ftjraUrm lorkl.
11 w 9
mttilvol nwlH k)ti. an1 m utirelv Veirctuhki Crtniira-
Uon. nnd has noiliui in it tiniioitiou wlitdi can in th triut
hunt tinj" iwraoii mirtof any nirutintiinncni wliRtver. No-
in Um mui(lilia, K lifcrr nrv iltntriliui.il KmliHtnualr
t ttimpliiint of n miwf miiil'l uhnracter. to
IMMEDIATELY BELIEVED, . 1
iml a cur IbMow lif ii fw ilnra ne of th nrttitW: H it fur
belbf nny otltvr prrimrnlion litr iltw iIiprp, or tirrr any ttKf
Uitwitoriitiiintinic hoin imiur bbuil. eee (cimiililrt.
will find ibe nltH-HiK- prntiartii. at lliia anifV .
PURIFY THX BLOOD, .
anil drive .Uoh .liaviiMM I'runi llie ..lam. Ia itHmiiiilrt fat
Imiiuhm,. ui ati 111 nil ilMfii.. wliiun tlia limtlaal mi mlvar.
tiwiiHHit will not iHrrmti lo Iw nmneil liara. A Kent, trivathm
avitty ; lliar annmiti liiiigtM ol' orrliSuiitini tt4 ta.arl. caaravtH.
anil a auiinic. -
ARRAY OF PROOF
nf tKa vfrtnva t,r n meiliciiip. iievvr HiMienrml. Il b una
iMMiilHtr taliim ol llu. ariicla llml ii -iifvar rail. u oei
I'Hlbiti'Kll M'lMlv t.l:ii.s.
t Bnxaa ai')rt-d, from 8x10 to 2(h30, jmt ro
lU cpiv.M nJ lor sale by KAl'FFMAX 4: CO.
July30,l6r5 -.'-,. . -
imii- loan's 'sbu i-"
j I71IICII is having an unprecedented run just (
rocoiVc d ai:U Mr aai ri iif doo hiiiti- i-i
JOHN U TL'IIIH.U
July 97 Telegraph Buiidin;!.
iocket Ilook, Wnlletc, rorte .Monies
VNI) CAHJ) CASKS of every kind and rtyle,
just ruceived nnd for Bale vry 'nw at thn l-ook
,ior9 of Ju y 30 JU1I I. I bliili.u
I TiYru:E la horebv ivon to Martin Be,-litel of
l t'l.tiuiurminiv .on of Jacob U.whtel, decast'd.
: V'liabelhBertit .l. Widow of aaid deceaned, Simon
' Boriitel, lvi Ifcjchtrf. Chrhtena BacliUsl. '"''
HediWand rjnina iiecnttii, minor r u un-.. .,..
Beclttel. dereae.l, and grand children ol t'.o an
JaroK I)vid lunkle. guarfun of aaid minora and
Matilda Hwhti l, Widow of Mi l vtd, that Joaepn
Borhtel and ChrialianHerhtel have filed la lh rourl
of oommon i'it of Fairfield county, Ohio, thoir p it i-
on aaainsl tn"in, iraytng in i"'
hro.' barcflu of land daxiibo.1 by metes and botmda
of name oein? a pn oi in- ium
FllESll A It III V A I. OF tJKUCERIrJJ
At IUp Old M-d ol'tleorce J. WyRum.
. .,rJ.erlecilv i lear.and. in every mataoce.
!aueriortotne l'met Java offee.
order tft RIVO 'UI wmmciiu anu (inwi iiiu inn
T'lANKR't, for part fivora. th suWriber rp- ' ,rti(.6 iperfe.-t v he.lt)iy, and tg ahow anm.
apert'iilly intomnhS oldraaotnj-nund ihepuh- ..f, he deserved reputatiou Khar giioed and Jnat-
Mi: e Brativ, tnat. n l a-' now a , '.j-ipj , we ann'-xa towniiitatea ana rscoio-
Stork of FAMILY r.nOCKKILS. cnlracuw, in otin, ,;,; ,tly .ting to heath, from Pr.
par, thi follow ins ari-le H ti. . (jr Chilton, practical cheniiata and Analy.
n:. ..J I.... th heat cualltv: fOUI' ' a,V . . iv v i.
i i ,r r r. r. a.. . . -- j i . . ( c,ti.a oi rnunueipnia anu ..ww idii.
0iV Atrmte. I etiri siren, unow jHamw, t
I have esmin-d tio eaaene of Cofte mamifactnr-
1 cd by riumoiel, tohlor li ro., and find that it eon-'
, '...... it...n anrl lmoeria':
isri;l;s--l'ulvirized, truhed, Loaf, Cuba
! and N'eir Orleani; " ' ,,
xrm ak.s !lL-st tki'dun syrup, our.. .uuw
and New Orleans: . , , ; j .titu'enta are not in the leant injurioui to health, it
TOliACCOS A prime artiel'! of Kussell and Ko- chemisrrv .polled to Arts. Frankiin Inatitute.
Li.', c.vendteb, and AlleMabost pound lurapvato. , I ro. ol innnmry -i i . -
. .,.vl iri r'. nt 1DUII, .Ml anu ai im. , - -- . - -
. tZr..: line rut cheninz and Ftnokinis Tobarro; I hav fxammeu an anta proparea py n
i piri-'i Pfoner. Al'Plce. Iiin;ier, tuvis, i. uiii- ; iiuiiimti, " ;
mon and Pepp-r Xauee;
UVK M l. IT
rhiladelDhw. ca'led Kuenca
. - I ... .... I I . I . . ... 1 .K .Affu.
HuT'n. Ma 'Jer. tcirwooi Allum; ft.r tha mrpme of improving V, I find if free not only
:.. . k.. ..i.fldnft.
of il I eit quarter ol aection No. 9, township No 1 i, rango
eiwAi in 1 v, contii'minr .'( acrca more or lc on t,t
pr m, ar ic e ot C V,i, Bran , 1, .New Knj and Euni; trarv, the ing.odnt.ot which P . g " "
?,anJ rhcat WhWkey, ,lS l nol.,a qnamiry fecOv-who .'"S
i i t .ii
aa low pri.es aa at anyotmr nouw in inei.t: . ,
A cotitinua' ce ol the P''"! 'J10 WvrlT" I
app.ii'ullv lolirir-d. (ILOHUk. J. VWGVM. j
,'mvit varietv ol art'ur'ra uaually kept at
tab iliir..'ii-rf. all of whii h will be ao d at
and nrlier HruitgUta and Grocarrf anerally
LaTiPMtT. Ohio, Augu.t J, lw
Itt-.il IMHie Private Sale.
rTVLlK.iibjrriberoflera at private aaie an excrv
I hnn irfiliarea of Und, ituat..l on tlearcreek.
ot tin etty el in-
i : . ' . .. - r r... in Manin Town.mp
Sn a ol itrni l il lte uy ii v - - . . . ,Mk
swsasar--- 1 HSB5i?aiTft Arajs:S: vKKi3
. 6ARSAPAR1LI.AS, SYKtJPS, o., , si,e in F.irfd eiiuaty.. Ohio, jM-vtlM eadi, of Oa-.o.. J w , s0?,io0 t;.'. r.w t-rU-'S rr.
ftir l.o,TO-. Cimvel, ..: Th., urn .-I n. ,W.. Dower in aaid land, be "W"'" ' .Ttawnlhip S ll of No 111, north ofUu; . ,h. ,r privilege ft . G. or oU
a,,oie.lio.llilww.rri - - urh nnnv that oiiv-third part of t II. Hunt ,r an I . T., JJf ii from i0 to V5 loetfali near tho road. .
- TOUCH WEM SOT. ' boda t iwa to wd widow ?W0Tr'; $y2Z$?J( U rotate.' A!on j MJX'l?rftiforiitf.ii apply la rha soCTier nt
Ta. loveno ta. .ri,......U d,,a till U. br and .ubjoot thereto, that one third part oTftayerJ K 'griB of aappawt io u ,r, Ohio. OEORGK WEISZ.
anl.1 1 aone it. A ini.lar ttaUir at the .iWPklal of aaid linda belonging to tile r.rtate of aau la rp',?J1"i' nnaaeip beinz ottier iwtof ii.letion ' - July 7 .J.. . U
nir.in.lr aoliciirt. , : . - - u-i.1, J.rea.ed. be aanntnod to tiie aaid wuiow , roptin about one acre, being "'r r M atid Ju.) , ,
An and ll ilia aria-l. are , . . Bwntci , o e , .,,bject to both of said aa j No. ata. cut off from Ih i j lani. of John tht ivi v. r NOTICE.
OLAD TO CIRCULATE ? e. wr Uiat ..id 'and. Iw divided androiuity, bv a change in the origintJ JTL ro- . . ., AShll.M tl-'S HUT 1
i.....-lr. I'... ... i.. , ... Tlo. SSvdW-" potitioner. audwid ehl d Stat, road from L.,,r.kt ''g wi.low 4 Kvi f M.Vl2l?at-
5u,.u. miw th. laraer Mima . . moniliajiiwe amoU Imi. PJ1"" . n. ,, ,t,r AamJ,f in ,uoh maBiwtliat tour- lumhiif. Pa d rrcmisra ribj;-.-tiodowr ra i be made on or about thB2th of October next.
!. t ai.d Soi art ,ai),fi . dm. luiila ho. ot Oavid Urchte .loceacit, in auon nraunwiii- mr , "'""'' , .oSa saahaiFil appraised i $.2U. , , thB ....li.or, ,a have not pteaontcd Ihoir1
k'u..l.H ...lil ik 1'rmttiNl Ulllc. 1W1 Alain al.
Iliinfito, ui wMwule and illl. No allmlioTi ari.-wo to k?lla
anloM Nwt paid iK phii. latlera. or irrlml foinaaniuvatifriia
uli.itina dic, uromiill. tl.ii.M Io. 'ui
WhoWnl Amu.WIll,MeMaen Riibim, No. W.
Mnidrn l.ane. Nw York Olr ; Mr.. E. Kidilw It Co., K..
tooiC 8. Kunlnlllt l 'o. , tAwimiou t J. Onni at Co., lie
.roil: Keari it Bar. CliUano: rl. H Hall, (.bvelawl; K.
t rtalkn, 1-ill.bnuli; Vr k rlmi, lluuilloii, I.. W..
and Inr mW lir all ll aal llroa tlHoairtioHl tl
UHiwd cMMia. .ari l.'aiindk. nail al mull tir ;
-Local Agents Names.
(i. KaulTnun 4
Co., Co .I.ancast'-r, Leonard it Bro-;
and Hutcliinwn, Weat rJunhviltcj ,
i-eoi io u iw .' v.i.. " j T L't
nri nne.nau or nTir-mnui in"""i . 1 "-
drt-n of "id thrvii m severalty to th-m tenants in
common, or to be dividad amongst th8tn. Sa!d petition
charges tliat the aij Jacob Bechtl in hi. IheUme ad
vancwl to id defendant Martin t certain tract ol land
in Hickawmv eounty. described la tho petitioa, which
said Martin is reuiiwl to bring into hotchpot, or t
v- ,AA In tlu. nariiiinn. a mi if he brine In aaid
1 advancement, that partition be rasde ot the whole aa
. Ill J to
IV mia.'ni mi. . .,
i i. wMl nAvtterrn of aaid
iher.Haail; Shaw and Hutclunwn, West. Kunvilic .!, to e tioldrn on tne n uay i V"-'"r !
I B Reinhard.tjtliopili; O. H. Majller. Romeraet; t the.coutt.houso in said county. ?
u. a, nv in t"", wui F ... , -l T,.,,nn. j,rnd., hereby notified to appear 4tc.
iroop noariilri,vu...,-., j 'i r ..,TVn.t-n a..'.. "A- Ike 1
Vr.n.A naner, Baltimore.. . .
ni r m a otin. Jrfm lur.
4.tfs ' ?.''' K'J'
Jul'v 29, 1S53
r rtcattv. turenstor j. v.. nt-a
.ctrif Thompioa'i fMate.
Y the ish rlvy m Msy. A..D. IH53, the PreW
I VFtVwl ol .rsutieui co,uniy, vino,
id Klsle a, probably '""I"""?. Y??l "ZZi
Ttlie in,lr 0 "LyCenVw thiri 'Wi!. IJr .UT. wilhta
T . i. i:l,l oAiint .- araltUT I1B DTUiNT' i . ... . . i .... .h,J.t,i nsvsMM. T J
fouutv. iwaim.Bui.""'."-..,, . . . ..rr.i...j.
July 29; I8S5
Silks Bnree, Bnregea, D talne and
POPUSS selirnsst ususslly low prleas t r
AVrtiAiw ,ii.;AXJtr;s;. ,
11. H. HUNTKH, Alt'u for thcrtutionr...
June30,IK53 ' H,7t ; owo
I'fcirTTV 400 cauads tnsehlai made Putty u
Lancaster, May ,IH51 ' " ..
Adm'r tfe bnrtUnon. witn wnitano....
TO IIOUSB CAKPESfTERS.
X . Carpenters.
-:.,.i-... na.ilais. Cotanmliw, Drill)