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Saturday Eveniuy, July 31, 1S
Locofoco Qcahbem. We can't possibly
find room for aH the hard . things Locofocos
eayof te,chither. The discovery of the
Red Lodge to H amlltoo county ha led to the
exposure of many secrets; among others Dr.
Friea charge that a 'State L&dgo of a' siml
lar character, for the division of .the spoils,
was established at Columbus, and that M
dary knows something about it. .Medary
don depyjt... This, is a prctly . muns. .
What glorious leaders! Wh U disinterested
democrats'? - What lovers of the doar people!
What 'devoted notrfots! Is it not aohame
that such pen are. permitted to control the
Legislation of Ohiol. ,
fjirThe ' Wh'gV hve' already charged
him with more than wo believe tribe true,
and .we had rather defend the 'man from
some of the .foul slanders which they have
heaped uppp him, .than to propagate any
new charges against him; but tec certainly
Kax a riglU torepeat telmt they have taid.Ky.
T1J above 'prefaces some extracts from
Parson Brovnlow end other bolters.' Is it
not richl'lA' profession of honesty wh&ro
Don exist! - We have generally under,
stood that.'lhe receiver of stolon good is as
bad as the tlilpP' and that the retailer of an
acnowUdged slander is as bad r-.s the origin
al libeller. . So much for the h6nor of a Lo
cofoco leader. . . . . .-. . c .
"Wmio Maiicec?eri!j." A Kentucky
Locofoco; paper thinks that the Whigs are
trying, to kisk up fote with Great Britain
In orddr for have another military chioflaln
for PresiJeut in 1856. Ff the worst comes
to the worst, the Whigs worjt make a fuss o-
bout 54 40 or fight, and fizzle on 49, because
It is Great Britain. Tho Whigs don't mako
wars to make candidates for the Presidency.
The precedent was established by tho other
party", add after all their labor, they only
made feint hi It.
(K-The. Locofoco paper call a man
fool whu purchases the history of the bril
liant exploits of Gon. Scott and the Ameri
can anny, Next we will, hoar that a man
is crazy whu invests his money In it history
of thq "American revolution. Patriotism is
at a sorry discount with that class of men
who fearthat th-'eloclion of Gen. Scott will
hinder them from getting the spoils of of
fice' . '
07"A fool and his money soon parted,"
as a Whig' said when lie bought the life of
ueij. sscoit icy a shilling . Luxbjoco paper.
Gen.' Pierce -could not have said that.
The book costs, three cents and the amount of
his pilci amounted pnly to one cent and that
whs invested in candy for a boy who was a
Utal stranger to him.
(KT.Th'o Coshocton Democrat wishes to
know "what tho Whig platform says." It
ssyscunio stand hero all you who favor A.
mertcan industry, go stand there all you
who'favor British interests and pauper la
bor. , It talka Amorlcen and nothing elso.
OTho. Coslwctou. Democrat insists that
Cel.. Scott Is 4 coward. Wo ran only Bay
of the editor of that paper a a distinguished
Locofoco of Petinsj'lvanla naiJ of himself
"if ho had lived in the day of the revolu
tion, h,e would havo been a tory."
The Locofoco papers appear In great ago
ny whimever they hoar of a Lundy Lono sol
der. They aay the Whig party only want
to "uso them.", Tbo.trath is that nil of them
want "to uso" General Scott fur President!
and thorc is the rob.
Aiavm's too Late. The Kentucky
Flag thinks General Pierce will be able tu
keep his saddle about the 4th of March next.
Always too lato. Tho Locofocos will have
a poor loader in November. ' " '
frtT A Locofoco papur says, in speaking
of the. prospects of tho party, "it is true in
sum quarters, we hear ain( mnrmera of diH
sattafaclioii." The allulon is slanderous.
5C?A. Locofoco contemporary wants to
knpw , "what pen. Scott has done to ruake
him- Preside pt.." Gen. Scott don't work
for himself, but be done a good many' things
that , will induce the people to make him
PCrWhy don't General. Scott resign his
station of Major Gouoral j -Dmocrstt. .
wny don't Mr. King resign his seat In
the United Htates Senate!
Ihdiar,. The Indianapolis Daily Jour
nal, of the 37th Inst., contains the following
cheering intelligence from that State;
Our letters from every portion of tho State
continue of tho niest cheering character.
A frieitd writing us from Randolph coun
ty,, says: "Luok out for a large vote for
bcott in this aoutitymunh larger thun any
Whig vote given here alnco IH40. M,iny
Democrats openly aay that they tannot be
transferred to any obscuro man that thoir
leaders may put up.' -
"Old Knox," says a letter bo fore us, "will
come out better than for tnanv vears. W
shall give a booming majority fur Old Luu
"Tho vote of Howard county will astonish
friends- and' foes," anys ' an old tashionnd
" mg, noiinjj 10 in nil miKiajra ft jcy (iltVS
.. i.fV -. 1 .
.- j-ii couuot no lorceu upon many
of the lumoat-hvurtrd Democtacy. ; They
don't knbw him and they du know Gen.
Scott. Mr, McCarty will got, a stronger
yolo than any Whig has ver received here."
fe7All tha oows from Indiana Is of the
most ohformgkiud. Last Saturday ihslou,
John VV. Davis juado a forcible snccch in
u;iivati county, that stronghold of Democ
racy, and at u cIobs, 8 wo are luformt!d by
an ear.witncHs.thrcoold Drmocrau publiu
ly declared their dftfTmination to yoto frr
Bcott and Urnluin. A gdod many pthors, it
Is said, made prlvatvduclurationi to the samo
effi'it, . . , ,
VVa hare iDfurmation dirnct from a thor
oughly reliable citizen 0f Lawrence vou My
that he haa counted llfty-flve aeccders from
the Deatotsratie party ii, the two townships
adjoining bfa own placo uf residoe. ,
Webavesimilar information from ail parts
ol the State. Loil Jou.
AsoTuii Viorm. Atn InuTst of I,u.
nacy, aolbrc Judge. Mot;or of the Probate
Court, John Ueaty.'of Cancord township, in
this county, wns fottpd lo be iosand.and will
be sent u Ihe Stste Asyjuin. Ills luauuityU
caused I by-ottlincniii the se-cal led "8n.
riroat aappinga.'' He haa bean amadiuin'
auuie nme past; is a laboring mad, In des
tituta irciunstancsi and ha a wife and nine
rten tbildren. W. Qas.
O0 PSMIDSIITIAf SpBCCtATIO. We
will place our esureate of the result of the
coming Presidential election on paper, aa
follow! j .
ton SCOTT k OBAHAM.
Illinois .. : I
Iowa j .. '
Mains , f .
Maryland . -'.
Mississippi ; ,
New York -Ohio
.North Carolina .
Ten it' see '. .
Wisconsin ' . '
Ifwegivo to Scott all the Doubtful Stales
there is marffin enough to iiu.ke the demo
cratic candidates sale. Ohio E.iyk.
We will make another, and as our neigh
bor has a"pilo" to risk upon tho result, we
are in that we are nearcrrijjht than he is:
FOR fiCOTT. ' FOB FIERCE.
Vermont 5 M;iine 8 .
Mass. 13 N. Hamp. 5 "
It. Island 4 Virginia 15 .
Conn. ' 6 8.CaroIlna8 '
NewVork35 Florida- 3
Pcnn. 27 ' Georgia 10 ' Doobtfol.
N.Jersey 7. Alabama 0' Ohio 23
Delaware 3 ' Mississippi 7 ' Indiana 18
Maryland 8 Arkansas 4 ' Iowa - 4
Missouri ' 9 Michigan ' 6
Texas 4 California- 4
Illinois 11 - -
We have put no States In the Scott col
umn but what we firmly believe ho will car
ry; we have put four States in the Pierce
column, Maine, Florida, Illinois and Mis
souri, which many consider doubtful; and in
the doubtful column, Scott stands the best
chance of carrying all but Michigan. Our
calculation is not made for effect and wo arc
willing to stand by it. '. '
The Railroad The embankment across
the Hocking Vulley west of this city, is ap
proaching tho canal rapidly, aod will bo com
pleted in a very few weeks. The same may
be said of the grading and masonry upon
other portions'of the lino. It is all moving
forward under tho energetic superintendence
of the contractor Mr. Dp Graff, aud ln's corps
of assistants, with a rapidity which ensures
its completion -in the-'ehortest ' possible
time! Jmnieiliati'ly utkiu the bpvnitii' o'f the
Spring, it in conC leiitly expected tlin . the j
Iron will be speedily put on, and by that ,
time tho locomotives and cars will be ready
for the freight urn! travel which awuits thrm.
Judging from the silence of the Cincinnati
press, the good people of that city will hi)
surprised at tho approach of a train over a
road which they had not dreamed of. It Is
tu be Kopi'd that thoy will avail themselves
of its advantages after its completion, even if
they do not assist in building it, It will be
tho first of tho Southern Ohio roads, which
will reach their city, and wo do hope that
the city press will at any rate notice the arri
vuland (Uiparturt of the firU train. A Per
that the people will probably discover the
shortest routo for themselves. ' ' " ",
A Democrat's Description of Gen.
Scott's Pkculiaritik. We learn from
the New Orloftn llnllelin that at a recent
muss meeting of the. Democrat ut Baton
Rouge, La., among other speeches ugainHt
Gon. Kcott.a Deinocruticorutor commenced
a criticism upon Gen. Scott, and finally de
scended to an examination of his habit.i,
bearing and taates. Ho represented the he
roic old General as n man of great vanity,
who was remarkably proud of his pernoiial
appearance and, who was never satisfied,
Cither on purado-gruuud or on the battle
field, unless tho golden epaulettes glittered
on his shoulders, and a towering plume
wnveu irutn niHcnnpouu. null mul say
where the bullets ruined thickest, aud whero
the carunge was deadliest, directing the A
merican anna on to a glorious victory.'"
The loudest applause of the day followed
the utterance of these truthful words.
(KTThe merits of General Piereo are be- 1
ing gradually developed. The subjoined
fact cannot foil t- make an ininreani.i
It was gravely announced by . Churles h.
Woodbury, ProsiiU-ni of the Granite Club of
Dudham, JVIass., at a recent Convention In
that filacer . ' . -.
"Cen. Picrcoja a ninn who was educated
like thomrthe members of tho (irauile Clubl
In tho common sclioiils of New EiiL'land
who took his whippings with other und was
taught by the samo'school ina'um'e."
It was certainly considerate in the Lnc.o
Pocos to select, as a candidate, a gentleman
who, whSn younir, "took his whlnninL's" bko
Kikim it ...:it 1 ,v... i. ...i.(.
ping" which wait, him in Noveml-r the
IOIIA, r, ,n ... .oJ ,. I, C ..I t-
uevcr would be "whipped." It may havi bri-n
w. ... v., u, tiij- un, u iv. uirm iai pi tin.
weakness in him. but tho fact is undenia
ble - He never cduU be "whipped," ond it
is notion to tne man who took bis "whip
pings" a coolly as Gon. Pierce Is suid hovo
dune, to do what "all creation" has hitherto
failed to accomplish.--CUve. Herald..
Tin Qutt.i.inMi!TjR RtviVEOM PnASCB.
A court martial, at MoiHpelier, has con
demned seventocn of tho insurgents ofDo
reinbur to the auillatine. The Paris cor
respondent of the London News savs, that
the seutence has produced a sensation of 1
proiounu norror. Judgment having gone by
default agaiiiHt six of the accused, the num
ber Ol head doom to fall in the public place
or Bedarieux, the scene of their crimes, is
eleven. Tin offence for which thvsp m'eu
have been condemned to death is the murder
uf ihreo gendarmes. Thus military justice
makes a shambles of a French Uwii to pun
ish a - crime which was the Immediate con.
sequence uf thoewpa'Vfaf of December, and
the lives of eleven men are to be taken in
cold olood lor the acts of violence which,
nowevor atrocious, were
,,.,iiiiiiiiru in iiir ,i
. i. . ...
trife of rivil war. It Is stated, huwevor.
that in the ministry of justice Iheru U pre pa r
iug a decree of amnesty, which, It thought,
will bo pronitilgntfd on the fete ol the 15th
Uossuth'h iLntiLV i.i N. V. Kossuth'i
sister Madame ZsuluwaakyJier husband, and
children arrived in New York Iron. Kurons
ttome fife ot six days since, nud the Herald
says, are ooinlortitbly provided fur. Kossuth
having made provision for them before nail
ing lor Europe. Besides having purchased
and stocked a farm of land for them In one
oftb Western Btatca ha left with the mayor
or the city a thousand dollars for the purpose
oanabling them to travel out to it, and
cammenaa Mt In thiacountry independently.
fellow cltlzoiiH,(aaid the speuker, evidently 1 8rettt in i''oence it is destined to exert
ashamed of himselO thomi epaulettes und!0"1'10 i'"l"ii'"fr contest. We havo not
that plume were atony's found glittering and I romn' or tilm' 1,1 is (Thursday) evening to go
wavinir where the battle ruccd fiercest. ! ,,lt0 ltail, but will attend to all this in our
OuaCocasB is Oa ward. Our course Is
onward. But one feeling and one principle
all. "The people are rising in country and
town for thf glorious Hero of Chippewa:" So
"Make way! for the torrent Is conrinj,
Tho millions in batt'e array; , "
Theirgad hot wt eoon chen tbeiwekus, .
For victory and OU Chippewa." ... ;
A firm and healthy state of. feeiing per
vade everywhere. , Enthusiasm, never was
more strongly , aroused. , tvery -
spicioos of success. - An overwhelming viq
tory awaits our efforts. - If there be any one
in our midst: . r-. V t : - ;
Tht hith Rostoiroch for ti fight, ., ;
V hiia Jey ti hu;r-iU'rt aha i b uiaJw."
. Wo are .uflicieutly strong without' such
men. Unitfid, hanuuniuiiii-and ; confident.
and strong in .'ncura4-j
fr ,the 'fight yvau Ui. Bssur-,
i firm in purpose
I intni, we ran)
whose lack ef runl. t,dnurc 4wn.'dQubt!tti,
course, mMrlitiluluee thorn to imitate Uw.,
j 1'i-R-e and ea,..- tltm to i&Mvhoii. their
.jaervicw urn .ue( -iwdlud. AV wunt nunc
;u:'hj,-QurA:ou.rsa is. onward; nJ our suc
cess cerULu-nu foo ovor beard, wittio.ul.ter-.
rpr, the war cry- of Ciiippowa.v tifeu; cau-
not overtako u, il-we emuldtu tbo.intrepiu
ity of our leader,';-He is invincible.
" With Hie htgb o' uC i.oi or to u;rvo bin,
; ' Aniljgood iu' hL. utoiuacli tu stay, , -; ,
Cn'iia Mvsioni, Hritiili or Loi'",
TlK-yte rothiiig to Old Chi pi wi."
0O"The BulTolo Republic is anxious for
the election of a DemocraticPresident in or
der thot he mav arrest the uroflisate legisla-
I lion of Congress by the application of the ve-
lion oi v,uiiKresu iuu,prn... w .
to power., rongss-contuins. very
jLfe niocmui; iimjoriiv. v
the Buulo paper is that there should be one
Democrat to arrest, by his Veto, the prolli-gm-y
ofa groat many Democrats. But if
profligacy, a the Buffalo paper seems to im
ply, Is a Democratic characteristic, what
;uuruuti'0 could there be that the Demo
cratic President and the Democratic mem
bers of Congress would not all be profligate
together 1Luu. Jour. ' -y
(gjrGen. Scott, we presume, wan the young
est man to whom a cabinet appointment was eixr
kndered in this country, being test than Air
ly years of age. Mr. Madison was one of
the purest of Presidents and an excellent
judge of men, end his proffer of the St'creUr
ryshipjof War to young Scott, to the omis
sion of Gen. Brown, Gen. Macomb, Gen.
Jacktion, Gen, Gaines, aud others who
were many years his seniors in age and in
service, was an honor, more to be prized
thin that of winning a great battle. Gen.
Scott declined the proffered Secretaryship
from considerations of difference to his su
periors, and surely here , was no manifesta
tion of the vanity with which he is charged.
Louisville Journal. .
A CoMrHoMisE Offer. The Philadel
phia Sun, the urgon of the Native Ameri
cans, intimates that that p irty wilj vote for
tho Hon. Geo. C. Washington for Vice
Presideut, notwithsUnding hi:i declension.
It adds, however that it has "no objection to
Support Mr. Graham for the Vice Presidency
as . compromise, il th Whi." will tul; : Gen.
Bi'iitt off their ticket, and .-.uunti'lute- the
Americ:iii C'uiiiliJule, Daniel Webster."
- -i-jve.-y body appiarfi to be mora .iccepta
blt , t- the -Xijtivi.- Aiiifricn" thun Gen.
S;-lj ytt the. l,o; 'u!itus would like tw )i'r
suadv tia'ur.ili:;eil eitii-ns tlifet l:; i.-i.ili ff.v..r
of every print-tple cdvooetvd by. tlii fiictioii.
OirTlit Hcott feeling 'in Go.ir.rh h frd
ually luanifeHtitig fur innr.- srr.tnfth th.io v. as
at firM attributed to it. Tli S.-.'v.inii ih )"-
I piibliean nrtuiitti that u numlicr e t!:' W'liii;:'
who seceded from the Union blate rven-i
I tion were for Scott in preference t.V Pierce, j
u h aiso siaiou oy ino ueorgia . u:zen inct
judge uerncn ana juiige i,i', ot rrivunuan,
und Judge Warren, of Baker, all leading
Whigs, have duclarred in favor of General
Scott, A large and enthusiastic Hcott niHC
ting was held at the Court houne in. Macon
on the evening of the Ifith inst, at which n
long and very able series of remilutions was
ado) ted, ratifying th; nominations and the
platform of the Whig National Convention
and vindicating in e nohlu manner the posi
tion of the old hero of many battles as tin
fminently'nutionul and putrlotic statesman.
Many prominent and popular Whigs leaders
participated in the meeting.
Niagara Convention. The Editor has
just returned from the great Convention of
1852 at Niagara, in commemoration of the
glorious triumph of the genius of Scorrand
the prowess of American troops at tho llut
tlo of Lundy'a Lane. It was a great Con
vention. g,ent in numbers, tho estimate va
rying from 30.000 to 00,000, great in charac-
actor of the speeches and speakers, and
The meeting of congenial spirits from all
parts of the Union, and tho interchange of
views and Sentiments, will result in great
good. All loft with the full conviction that
(Jen. Si:ott was destined to be the next
President of tho United States, but with tho
equally important resolution to go home and
do all that constant, honorable exertion could
do, to make that triumph so complete and
overwhelming ;tnat It would havo a pcrma
neut influence upon the policy of the country.-
Ohio Stats Journal,
A Pennrvi.vama Vetera:. The vener
able Gen Marki.e, of Westmoreland coun
ty, was in the dry on Saturday, on his way
to tho great Niagara Convention."- lie is
hale ntid vigorous, and to the remark of
sumo of the Scull Hoys that he was rather
old to boar tho futi:;ues.of the trip, the
gullan. hero rl'plied u illf tmich :tniin;itioil
L,7''Ll .'.V0' to,M
is the S;o!t -spirit in the lfcv
Gen. Mctrlitn wtm a compatriot of the
brave and good 11 .wutiisuN in ilef'eudinir the
frontier si'tth-i-B ngniimt the Rritinh and
Indians, and iu ISM assisted with his own
hands in building the picket fort erected on
the hank of tho Lakd near the foot of Sen
eca street. ' He struck the first picket, and
expressed a strong wish on Saturday to
place his foot on the very ground then enclosed.-
Disasters on tmr West-mi n Vatehs.-
The total number of steamboats tost, and
tho recorded loss of life on Ihuiu, from the
beginning of steam navigation in the West
up to the year 1852, was, boats sunk 676; of
which the total tonnago was 85,238, and total
original cost $7,1 13,1)40. The above sta
tistics refer only to the boats sunk by snugs
and other obstructions. Sf. Louis R-pubti-c
,'.-',. . :
Gon. Pierce is opposed to the removal of
mc"Knags"tipon which the hundred and
smnlii six steamboats wero wrecked! And
tne Ltiiivuntiun which nominated him agree 1 '
tllJwi,h him in opinion. He is, therefore, on
mis uiipurmni question, In entire narmont
with the declared views or his party, but ih
perfect discord with the interests . 0r the
couutry. And yet ho and they have the
presumption w suppose that a man who is at
once opposed U the Protection of Home La
bur and Houm Commerce, will receiva the
cordial anpnort of American artisans and
boatmen! They will awake to find their
mistake iu Noveuiber, .ti. Kv. Jvur,
OCT Ao Esstport paper mentions tliat a
sea captain of that port.ecently returned
from a sliort voyage, oU arcing tho names of
"Pierce and Kingt on a flag waviug over
Loavitt's building, exclaimed to bis coinpan-ionr-"
Halo I Jlorceand Kingl they hiust
be oW trie folks that kavtmoitd in sintt I've'
Urn ffona!" .
Bloody ''REacocaTsa'. The following'
we find in the Lebanon, (Ky",, Post of the
Slat.! . It i one of Jhe most bloody rencuun
ter we have ever reaJr ' ' , ' ' '"
. A most terrific and bloody affray occur
red eri Friday, last, at or near, the- tovn .of
WiUisburgh,, VVashingtoa county, -As
near aa we can glean, the particulars are
these: It teems that some eight of1 ten'1
men were play ib cards in room, 'Xvhen'
several.' little. mltereatioM took; place' ber
tween' dilforeht parties, which, howeycA
were quietd down. At length two .,'
them got together, when the others raking
sides, weapons were tirawn,' ah d the bloody
work commenced.- ' ' "- 'm'.
James Vest was shot through,, his. brnipa
knocked out, and rumor says, .his throat cut,
H1' JiP't; isnot)y. : J,. L. S- ay' a sh -t
Shoemaker-wa.' hot W -nne wound
Abn.lnm Kylly hnria hulk't glanced off. his
not hina: more than stuunrng
Iilin. Turn Farris had the skin' which 'cov.
era the windpipe cut by a ball. Twenty
hots at least are said to have bocn fired. .,
J From trie Chicago Journal. 1
A SoLSiEk'a KESpoME.-'-Our readers will
remember we some day ago published a let
ter, from CapJ. Hugunin, in regard to Gen.
Scott's treatment of foreigners, accompanied
hy a statement that though a Democrat, he
was iroincr to aunnort the old hero.
, The Capt. received a letter from one of
his old romradet yesterday, also a Domocrat,
from which we hermitted
to mane mo
V4HT0W, Stark Co., ohioj -July
17,1833 - J '
Captain Robert Kugunin:
Dear Sir. I bear thought of you very of
ten, since we parted years ago, and wonder
ed if you were still in the land of the living.
Upon taking up the Pittsburgh Gazette this
morning, I saw a letter or yours to the t.hi
cago Journal, on the subject of Gen. Scott's
interference for the protection of American
prisoners. . , . ,
I was rejoiced to read it, and hasten to con
gratulute you us a Scott man.
I, too, am a Scott man, aod feel it in my
bones that Scott must be elected, , .
Please take to yourself my best wishes,
and with a long and.loud hurra for ivxU.
Adieu, S. q. FREY.
For the Daily Gazette.
"He uxars'Jhe' Liver if 'of Heaven to Serve the
Burring the slight change in tho quotation,
it applies with peculiar force to the "Young
Whig" who steals the name for base pur
poses. The Devil has preached morality
before now, and this young imp is an apt
scholar of the old gentleman. Terribly an
noyed t blackguardism, he sees nothing of
the kind in the Engleand cru licgets tliro'
with his sermon, he becomes filthier and
gets lower then the m all. Ho not' only
plays th'1 hypocrite, hut the slanderer, and if
he Uutreiuls Pollock, he will find that vc-ry,
eii't-rtuf Lis. is received tvith ,oud i$ii4hi
in the,: aether ; world, ;,No ...ner whtM iot
the meanest of the moan in human si ape',
would tlms over lihlihoivyinOnniiiitiTtifcke a
vihi pnil uufjio'ndt'd attaok'aoon private char-
.017 ont 1fiay jto react sielt, a
Mew - Pttoctss of M.ikino Botti;r.
Mr. J unies Stub ba informs tho New Uedlord
M rcui y of a new and simple process of mi'
,, ,, 1 . .
nig Buuer irom viv cream wnicii nronunea
to supi'rsctl'j the labor of tho. churn, at least
during tho warm season. At his dairy re
ceiiUv. a quantity' ol crc;,'m. that had obstl
uateiy relused to become butter und
er tiny !
reasonable; amount of "tti'it.ttion''ili tho '
lirtiiol moth), nai at h turtl, ..mi.tu.,1 inl.xa
.1 ,, ...1, i.. r.., . ! , '
li. an aivoiig ui Loartie iiiieu, uiiu urpos
pe.ired, and the butter remained in tho bag
perijctiy . nice anil sweet. Uu has since
frequently manufactured bu'ter Ly tlii.s mjtli
od, with irivari;ililo success, in from, six to
twelve hours. As an effectual preventive
of any .earthy taote becoming imparted to
the butter, he suggests that the bag contain
ing tho cream bo plucid in another bag or
cloth, of tha same material. Tho value Of
the discovery may be easily tested.' '"'
Profits of Stock Raisiko ix Texas.
In 1812,0 (jentl man in Brazoria county',
gave half u loagiw of land, worth not over
-l,0U0, for one "thousand bond of cattle.
Since that time he has supported his family
and improved u farm worth four or rive thou-
s ind dollurs from tho buIu ' of tho produce of
tne nr-ru; wnicn tins now b ti'.dea tho num
ber sold increased to seven thuusuud head.
Of this number ho has just sold 4000, at $4
each or ft 16,000 ..In all. He estimates that
the nnuibcr previously sold brought S 10,000.
Tho three thousand remaining are worth
$13,000.' Readers abroad must understand
that cattle have no food in this country , save
what is furnished by natural pastures.
Galveston Civilian. ' .
QrWe saw, yesterday a splendid silrer
medul belonging to George Porter, of this
city, und presented to him by tho city of New
York This medal is one of 250 made for.
tho remnant of the first Rerriment Now York
Volunteers composed ol'9i0 inun, who fought
111:0 in me groiitm, 111 a ueput 01 nvene - . ivtxtt'v Itiicortiiui. ., . 4
dies below th SiKl'iici', to' cool. Oo "tltO ' 'KIIK 'uba. ,.;f. f . tn n-'l liis valuable imjirnv. ;
following mormngit was found that tin, but, U7W
ter in uk h id entirely s(-nar,ited and thD-! Ml. noiiav will b rA.uir.i. Ti, ,! 1
with (Jen. Bcotf frum Vera Cruz to the cltyi I hltuufdupnn whei:lin stiet, 1,-w Kavt
of Mexico but of thnni survived the ! 1,1 ,llu r,''1, n''B f Or. Run-itler. boinx afartnfjnt
drfulbahjcs ' Irtersayshenevervoted IttJt .XZ
a Wing ticket, but he will now vote li,r i ; o.t bouso. a .Ui.tii an.t ell, upon tlio ptv.
ui-n. oeoii, wnoni nu Knows to tit a bravi.-,
g.illant and generous coinin!iiidi'r. -Cin.
Atlas. ,'''.'.' '
"Oh! mother, mother eome quick-
AngelitiM Arrahi'llu bus Ui-nerul Pierced!"
"What! my child."
"Angelina has aeon a . toad and General
Pierced!" - ...
"What does the child mean! Tell mo this
minute, what droadl'ul thing my pet darling
has djne." ....-, , ... . i ... t.
'Why she's Gen; Pierced -she's fainted!"
fjrln rctcreh.ee tu Gon'. Cass's advocacy .;
or that saut canal, tha Cievclaud Herald ro
Gen. Cass is " no lonsrer a Presidential
catidldute, and Is therefore in regard to Lake'
improvements now aoinothir.g more than "a
more looker-on!" - - ':--
Da. Oi.ns No!afitATr.n7wWo learn that
Dr. Eiwpst B. Olds,? or Pickaway county,
was uominated by the . Locofoco ' District
Convention, on Wednesday last, as the can
didate for Congress in th Columbus district.
He had Pleven majority over Wm. NEtt.,jr
on the first ballot having carried Pickaway
and Licking counties. . . s ; '
HOOKS AND STATIOIVnitV. ;
I'elearrnpli llsallttlsi R ; ,pall rae"i tlnstae.
iKNrBAL Asnoitninnt of SOHOO!, HOOKsi,
Bll:S,BI.ANKBtX)K,l'Al,KU ami STATION.
KWV.'ot supoiior quality, for sAle at vei V. low nrlsei..
Uy . . .,- ; JOHN b. 'fUTlltLL. .
- " -'.-.' :. Kff nmK!i. '."rCT,"?'','
Jl'ST received, Clorarneek, by A1ie -Tareyi 'he
Liaynette. lhesm O l.lfe.Kreih (lleaiiin). by Hie
Mai-it.-1; Virt huprtissiuiis ia l-LiUud. 0,d.lld Sand,
stniio, Koot IVints ot the Crest., bv Hugh Miller,
(ibinco st Kiu-opxby U. Uveely a;llu.ltve Abroad,
ovlha wardevinu.il In i uropsaud ths rtii.'nt.by S. S
Coy, an ftiairv olher new anil elioi;r ftontis. together
V ih a Ha" and a;eiuval assprtmpat if Vthlcs, School !
"": vr-,, which wm UO aoi very low st tne llook
Wwwof J " '- - John L.- Trrmi.L.
MayS. ToK.(5rivphnuilJlng,0TrHisltoc'ourt-huso, ,
' PiniJLDr.i.rnrA vonxim' r--
Oflft T)oit-iu,t received alul far tale at the CfTl,
rUU DKVa STOJtAV " E.l:SL0Cl'M.'
uanrauar, June -m. ' '.
T. PTlKnEH, TylllTE tATTA, i ail
BE an rtsMvinit byeaiatlaattMilited UKTB0kl:
iY of IUnlwarw. Our lockl. the Urto-I hav,.
itin?lv for caaa trooi ouuujfaotutn h.r, F
our lrsn lr. ptlwn -an vupevior kiuikgM ff.-;
SO do hay fort:.: Itiil do' Katies: sth'at'btada :
IIkhicj, Tracv i haint. tr ctel ! - t -.1
f arftinr will lind U (o their, tntvri-tt hot. in malts
tht-ir putv-baatf btorf atUfii and luo.ku.x.it'mtti&h
our no. 4 . -..'ir't'INtJKH, WHITE a. LATf A.
t,i.- toTjiun. II, l.VJ. - v. y -.,
V.1U Ini t tlw. tiAtirmrtuiart SA-'afl Miitlr
ut nvrha:ii'I toolij mrtthl 10 every traau' ina luoti
,aprnvd make, i ' i,-!...'. . , ,. - - ,
WUT flnd tittu-. Brn,ti'.lun Ixtrki and Mouotino-.,
Giin rtbo.nipplwi, ahest Lra-,, tfvrmaa iito;cr and
ballot iwMttH. ' . ' "J ' '"
to a. cX K i a (i i; . n l n yfto y 'Vt' i LprMy
IV Jk Ka-U ffnl'.t t.ii,a jt: 't tm ' FfTuirrti n.ranl listta.-1
Mump jo""", piuicu au'.M aiiu nvens, cunaia rramei'
sring a4 aauta.-;--;.... .j. .
HI. r-lSHTilK .
- Wilt always fiod in oar waroioiue. the Lnvit tock
and bwt quality pt inm, Fjigliah aod American blia
ter, Uurnian cast ahj.iihear stuei. , - ' " :
- FOR.'SMOKMAKKM,' 't ' ' ' '
W have Madrai and Tainpico Morocco akina. . ed
and pink linoiuxi. biaJiuai, toot trebb, sho'u lacea
and ahoc thread. t-
Sowort'a,ith..efP.a.laa'lmm:. PECTORAL JP
:Xr cotens,''OLD8 hoarseness, u :::;r&
, auMiUoi.nii mcJs.Ii.. ... . . " a -.a.. oilwrns. It IwUu.c '.la on " mah,. .
FOR SADDr.KRS. -f-'-l .-,; ,4.y 1-oWbi.i., August M, 184. '
i.. -, ., j - i .1... . TTr.J. C.:,ver.l hara beeu-cuiTMl of.ttia Saorst
..A frroat variety of Jap'd: : bras and plated mounting y
iiiv pi jap a. Dras anu piaicu niouiitiiiic
uuivinjvi,'t)nuiuii iaauifT,-mg tannin paa aaiui,
itago tracea, gwting uil webbijig. ,., s ... '.
VV CAB1NKT; MA.KliBS.. y "'. i
Will find ths best glue, tnlwral and mahojciny
knobsyeneara,till Lockaj.caatorj, utc . . r ..
- ".-..t foji ,T:iNx ebs., .
Wekeep I T and IX 1?jn pW, hft copper, Jia'd
copper, tlieot Ziu!.-, thcyfjlron anUriyets. . j ' . . , . ','
.- ... .t, ;s.hi:km ;us.. ;t;'p'-!'V
. AUknoir that wo alwayi keep on hand the largest
stock and bent quality of Nails. 1,0: ks, Ijtchos, win
dow saah, butta and hlnpa, white lead and oil. - - .
. (hv stock- is complete and wtr are determinod -to
make it to tho intoi oat ef the great majority of am
ctunlctupuroluiie froaxu. . , , 1 '
f, :. lKi.(JK!. WKITK' f-ATTA''
Lancaster. Jane It. INM.' - '
.-S A 1)I Lli ANU UAKJil'SS.itlAKIXtS..
' ' Cn-lnrtershlp. -f: 1.
rj-IIE underidgiied has taken inu partnonhip in
I ' the Saddle. llarnciH anil 'jTrank manulacturin
busiiicl:, John II. JiIati .ck, and tho busiiu's:; iff
h ri'iftur Ih- conducted 'iindor the nnn.namc of ,f'f '.
TI1KS1 MATl.ACK: The 'patronage of tho pnLHc
i-ro.pe.lfuilysoli. itod. -..A-.:: -n ... .. "
..,,t .,.,,11 .. .,.,,1 .1 u I....L,. '
ma it bo closed up. ' JOHN' S. UTTLf.. '
i Mrcl; SO.lfioi. ':': . d3tw4H
F'i'i 'tiw - ..riuTviTiiuK: .:
aO KOnaK L. ECKUItT tll continues at hia no
tind on JShiin street, (11 itichcrrv'a Jiuiltlkc
tiro doors Hast of the lloehirs Valteu Hank, where
will hn rociui aiiuital a gtr?ral asHorlmonl of CABb
NKT FtT KN1TC HB,.t hieb ii mlmirted by. all to be
t!i largest ana vneapeat over UelurR li.t intliiu piaro
'iii.w:- .-eoii"t!n'of '
'r-.rKOFA?, salts KaheyWJ
r.;-.ni f.r.t! fiit K...I.-t..MiU.
r.H.TAlSLLS, Standi, Uu.
. AC. I J- ! , !
CIS ATI. Kl'l;.MTL!;K -ll.i will also kaos
mi imt. a :i y: . i!i.jni)ii r iirniinro.
'ltl-:h v.jl! ::yi.l'at j :ivii jj.vi'.ic 'i.i'ioti oity'prlcej,
xle.rt iUf; the ne'-CTHit y 'ol .-iti.ens K'inj' olae
wiii'K to buy Turiiliure, by maiiii;; It tu" tmir ndvan
'fjit In -pitrot... .I vbitJiiibiri'ib..-v. udorir. tbvm
t'illhr l!Cii,vortil.y liianuUicluro. All iui;. iu.ro wild
by tn&.willbv warnatcd to .be well inin and durable
otatnrialk. ' ' ' '..,.
- A flOOD ftKAnshlalay In i'eadimw t(.attd
fllliorala, The nubucnl.or mi now an iiraltor will
'i t iini,i,y un naiio .i,iium reati v 11. ay.-, no mar
iho irill bi enai,b.,i m furnbd, th.., in-, 1;.
inolice. fie will promptly nt:end fanrah any whetr
in tho counts without olrj clisro. .. ,.
Ttm.l.ful for pf l.i.va, be r, jp ctfullv astn con
liuuuncn ol tin- uublir rtruntK", In thvaame build.
in i .Mr. (i. Suiith's t'h.iir t.i l lipdjteail Ka.-tnrv .
that ctoi-,vrn can be afcuniinodi.leil In either line ai
me p!a,e. t;KOi;;:S I.. IXKI HV,
I ln.-.'r.Avi!.W 1 loVW. v 1 a!
N1:4.,H1 t'OutllliU; Otll-1tU il riBt ltti. n.i ul' .1 lo 1
iho h.miiu nio:r..'al ol ti:uc, awl itli t'i" jjr.at.it
t;ular'ity. HKi-KhnNi-i ;s
Wllttam'P: Ur,-rk Col iimltt Ohio.' ' ";
Oiane. Reed and Co Xunia. Ur.io. ,
John Youhk, Cnliunbui, Ohio
C.T. Soliv, CoIiiibI'UJ, Obio. . , . " V
AmiT Itc.v.w, Ct'lumbua, Oliio. '
Mb httol Sulllvant . Colutnbiii, Obio, .'
Minns SlnslfiT, Orovopoit, Ohio. , ,
K.K, Mi:riuj;!iliii. Spi-iifioM, Ohio.
William Ten, Ui b iim, Ohio. "
Hani valid CUrlt, Pi-ina Obio.
; I). V. Shadllrli, Kb Ichi-r, Oliio.
Juno Diirliin. 'lexn, Oiiio. ...
J. V. Visit and Co., Texas, Ohio
William Halter, Nanolitin, Obio;'
Slcphein ami Co .IVIinnco, Ohio.
John Morf'nn, lilulft.in, Indiana. '
- Wont and Ailldnn, Illoomlield, Ohio - '
Tho abovu aro ponwna who htvo purehasod tho bn
rovomint and havo it now in uho. . , , .
All nv.l1.r91 ...I lrarul touilnni.l tn l.n L..
at lannmter, Fairfield cour.tn, flhln will h"r,i..t.
ly stteuoVd lo. j::iN-fi M"f.:j.l,r'
ITT- U. Tho tnve impnv'n,?u; . . ; 1 ai nod. u
p!c:na aud a proinimu ui
Siate ran-, IWil.
Ohio State Jouvn.il ju!jl!-i tU:
Ibid oliico. -
IjUK-niiler, K.t.'in!!'i' I.i'.i.
ui. at v'
i ret-Vhs aii! rt:
.. - - (jti'iii
''' . " l'icttwo :ist!er,-. ' '
rpilRiindm t!i;npd it jiut wrrlvii. nt Mi room.'
J hfaiitiful lotuf Hb.t w, Prunis and Caji. of all
ipialitioa, Irniti 1-lrito tho 1-2 pl.-.te aizo, wliii h lie
will fill with Vfusrro'ypta unsurpasod in tho beau
til'ul art and at nricea tb.it rannol full to plcaas. '
Alt aroeordiidly invited to rail and ex.nnlna for
tlipinsolvna, . Doorn npnn al all hours. :
Lancaster, Jauuiry liH. . , A. L.TELLER.
City Iteiil KNtnto for 'Nhlc, ' " ' ' '
TtHE aiilwi-ribor olfuri. t',u- s.itL the Koiimi? tni I.M.'
I lent irunt. . '1 here is a ntsb'u
i-Utorii and eli. uoon tl,e v,..
f will ..Iso sell an out lot of 4 a.'rfa. being .1
rf v.. a i .i... v...... .. T.t ,
..oi'.itinef out-lil No. 0, situatad al the iWib. rndof
lii'iMd-stioet, either In whole oi In pntt... . .. ,
'I'be above property will be sold, low and terms
madii reisonabto. - SAM17UL SHK.RBTk'-
Lancadtur, April SI, 1859 . ;.' 8m.M r
, Ovt'. ys lii'litmit: TfhiliiMMty. ,.
OVKfl I1AI.K a Milliouof Tiistamonialshsvebeen
rw-ol' -' ' 'be PruPiieUir of McAlister's ALL
ftw. HKAUNO PISTMjisT!'
ft ' .. c nni i-iiyaicians tne niosi
s K 1 1 1 u ( and celebrated,
rum Councillors lnnrncd
in tho law, from Judges nf
mobrity-ou the Mencli,
i om MinUeis of t'bo Gos-
'. I !, whoso rnderiatinR in-!
Aa day bv day It unobtrusively nutends Its sphere
of action aloiK the borders of our vast country, sad is '
circulated throughout l' extent, new ovidene'rs ofits .'
Sowor snd new pmotaof its eltb acy are continually 1
ovrlorHit . TArscmiWustof boxes, applied todii-j
nnav n u,,,ii v.n, ,Mi luur jmra navu esiSDlllincu InC
aitoundum I'srt. beyondtho power of cavil or cont a
diction, that it It 1 N sui.lt a-LK In tho CUve of trll Tu-
mors, fhorSj finres. Burns, Tatter. Piles, Scrofula,
irysipmsH, eiiiuiiins,scui Head, sore fcvs. tjuinsyi
uroup. Rheumatism, Uroken Hreast. Acuo'in the Ksca,
eorns. &e. It rompletoly restores tho Jusrnsiblo lvi
BitHA,Tint, ami by this means open thoseavrnues by
which tisturo intruded to expel tho niorbid luatter of
in rqav-tnuH is tne system cleansed: the blood pu
ririM: and tho health restored. : , - - i- i"
It ha, power to eaua all external anres, ScxofuU ,
aim .numors, ana raismwus leouruU tn disrharxO
their putrid matter: and thon heal them: 'rtfs rightly
ternin .' All llralinr, for there ia teareely a -disoaae
external nr internal, that it will sot benoiit., I nave
useil it fortho last fourteen years lor all the diaesses
cf the eliest; coruumptioa snd lirar; involving the ut
most dangwrandrosponaibility; and I declare More,
hoa ven and man. that not lo onnaiiu-le ease haa it VaiU
od to benefit when tho patient was withbi Wa'cb trf
tanrtal means: . .. -i- !t r H - '.."i r'.
J. McAUSTKB. 141 Vulton-tNwYoi'k.8ole Pro-,
prietor. A. & aV llaanav, Auents fur Ubio.
, oolil ny r L. Macnto and Otto WKraouier, Lan. aa
tortrt KalllRuahvllloiW.W.Heed, Carroll; M.l'amb-,
'hell. Firkovington: Leonard and Brother, Basil; A.E.
MittholT, Lorkvillex Hsmuel flartlet, Winchester; l-
Kndsley, Uthnpolist K- Uoohegan, Usstiino; J Clay
pool, New Salem; J, and H, lUnbee. Aroandj; Uaulal
Hawkin. Surar (bnea! Aahkiitfh atiH tiaar-r
. QoUb.rSa.18Sl '-TjiST
I '' JKv?'ve'
i it, KsSVsfi
J . 11V i. fl 'L'rlt lift,',, nn. , ' l,,.nv
a ;f J ,h nine, liuhta in the path , . . !"?,;'.tlLM 1 wu Umdred remark-
S 'l aC Jot Truth, from- vulihtei... M'1' .h,..Nu Vorkand HoMoualotie.
' iV-?- 4l d Rrufoasor.. from aculo i.he"e w ifarfyUldcsH,rate eases.sncl the cures
MtiF' f Morchanta, A from those .lily rapid and wol..rtul,butperuiancnt.,,
HiaVU.'' (Ifcvery station, n,ine I ". f . K' Antidote, and particularly
sn.td ijr.. ..m,-i.x mauHind all of whioh. witliout 1 "f i", t tL'n ,v tQ bilious disurder, livov com
one di,enting objoction, pronouueo this Ointmeut to l ' j PJ ..'5!?0 or to,uy 'rested fever nd
be GOOD! - " vu and the evil etfocts of Quinine. Mercury, snd
i- m TV AJft'C
- . f-BX Vf -JC!k JtX. ' & . ,-
a JLt Zl " '
IJ ! '
a?', i "ji i . Z
jinaita lowitH 1 irn l i
j IRVU) aoiu.iii a,
ISaffMhai iothtt oawoity Ihia justly flolebratod.,
rsniadv Toriliseisel of tho tliroat aud Iunea, it u j
not our wish t trtrte with the Uirsi t tioalth of b
amioi,uutfra!il;y,Uy bl Uwn4h opmioni lta9. in coniioctioo with bia osfabliBhrotm ii Sir
ol ditiuui3hid men and om? of the ei idwicei oflU JJckert'i Cabinet tVare Room; so that cuotomericaa.'.'
uacMLfrorn wtilck thy r-iu. fo'thiielTei.,L0. accoinmodated with 11 articto9Quilt to omZ.
VVt anctidy pUdaour.heto n.ako. 110 ,ld - ipletsafuU aMprrawnt of HcSMboW Kurnituro. . Cajj'
aertiom) or fala statumeDtn of Hsc-mcacV.unrwllrre . riiniir.v buitu : V1
bold ontaay bopa as titt', ring humanity which, faeti
will not uamtit..,:, ,
' Mm v proo fs ai here tvn. and -b solicit iaft'ita-
quiry from the public into all w publish, ftulini a',
bliril tluiv will itlHl thvm murfertlv roliahln. and the
iHuirino lvoriny inmroc cnnndrtird U palronafoi
j- mm i aixmguimr frnttaf tf t :iauairy J
; Materia Mcdita, Mowtioiiy, OfiUga. , :.
Drsr Sir I di'layed anawuring th roouiptofyour
fircpaiat'uiu, until I had an opportunity of witnFiaing
u vtfocts in my awu famllyi ot In thafanilici of my
friendai.'. jl ft-ri r !., 1 f'j .;i r,- .f j ,,,
" This, I ham now done with a high: degree of jtia-
. . I haVbfouDd it, aa'lts'lnsTrdh'Hta'ahoW'j a powerful
rcnieay lor eoioi anacougni, aim puimotmry an(e.
Druniwick, Maine. Kebruarv 6, 1847.
I R lUn -- :
tFranfin.Otcneeriii tht Hamilton Stills,inthisr1tv,
.r " , , ...
cougn 1 over naa in my lite, Dy your vvitKRiiT r;c
roKAi.," and never fail when fliave bpporl unity; of
roconuuuDBUiE u iu. oinora, loirn. rwliocuunv. .
. , S. 1). KMl'.RSfJN,
. irrRead the fnllowln. aiid lea If IhW mcdicins ii
wor th a trial. : This patient hut become. Vjury fbefalo,
na tne, ellccj; ot Uia inedCiM was unnustjilteably
iistiactiT- . . ,'. ; ',' !' '
r t?i6D STATI'rtoTalI.;$AiliCTooA Sf'moa;
.'" :'--.'-! fii-.v July 6, ItMBV'S':,
: Dr. J. C. Aver.Sir: I hV boiti toileted with a
pjiuful alfuctlon of the lunga, and Afl.the si, nijltuns of
itttted cpnaiinipiiiin, fpr more than a year'. 1 could'
,una notneaictne -tnat tvoiua rrncn my caM.nntiM'
coinmcaco l the uso of vonr "CintRRT PCTOHAe.V
whwh garo me gradual relwt, ami 1 bave-Fei's iteadt.,
ly gaimngiitrength till my health i well igh rertpred.
1 While uiinir j our' meAloini-, I had the Eratifiration
of curing with it mvreverendfrtrnd, Mr TnimaD.of
oumplar niHtrirt.wlio hadibeen tuitiivtidod from h
paioctiuil Jirlieii b aaekerenttai; of bronchiiM,...
I hayo j'lov:ur hi vertifylrg tluwo' facta tJ -Vou, ' ,'
, " Aiti a:if" sir. vf-isry rep. ptfulh'. '..';'
' .. : .'v. jj p.: f MiOVNlof South Casnlia.:.-
t jrTiie fo'.lowm.a; -wait oiie- of, t u, camui,
which the pMyawuuj t,ci'. Iri jiiif Uioiij,!: jo uonrui--
I - M'.nsai,t--n: .
nh..l , ub..-lth.
. " WAS.voaliiitsl. to my US root.
a ternSii, i-oti.i;i.
.1; , pku.
v 0, 1 mort Irian - lno:,i'i.
C-u';;liin'jj iuci.iSdl!ntly tilfjht and day', 1 becnti phV(Il
landiJale 111 V CYci' tt-ere aunlmn and claiV',an4T,
1 nroalh wry short.1, tndocd. J was, rapidly tiliai,i
I in such ditn.a ibf broallu that but IilUu Uol. c l e.:.
recovery could bo t uttrlaim d. . i hile in this hiti-
t tion, a Mend ol'miiie, (the Hevi' John Kellerof tti
1 Metliodint church) brt uijht ie botU of vour Cn K..
xv Puctoxal, which 1 triud iiiort' tu ffiolil v hii,rl
; ironi any cxpocttitiou ol obtaining, rolit-f.
j etfert latticed mctocontinue li use, an! f
my healrh hiiidr improved. Now la three months. 1
inircii tad itronf. and can aitribute uiy cute only io
y our itrcat medicine. . With I he dn-peat Kratitiide,
Tallin, cm.. . . . j uwr i- I . .
n'inrn iiv , c a'teii; .nrKMiST, titneKL, Mask
Isold in Lancaster by I., (..oi-uiu audl)r..Mx.a.ril
i,or and bvDruinriKU uonefallv throUKhout tho Stat.
Marvh II- 18W-v . a . .iv, ,M 3nra6i
v-. .'. -'- p . ;
Bnteral asMrdlnK to Act of rnoirwa,' tha -18.M,
bj J. 8. IIOUOIITON, M. I)., in the elerk'l ,
Oflloo ef tha District Court fcr the Eaatera ' -.
; . , 1 Illauict ef Ptnnalvaala. .v .
Another Scientific Wondert
GREAT OURE FOR ' ' -
Da.. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
Tli ft TRt'E - - '''"
DIGESTIVE FLUID, T
OK, ATIC JllCE.
Pmpux'd Iroia Ri-nv,t, or Ibe fomh Stomaoh or
tiik Ox, aflur dirutlioiia of H,kon Liisio, the
Brent I'hynioloBicalelitinist.byJ.S. llououTOlt M.
iit if- i-iuiau ipn:a, funnaylvanU- ; : !'
ryuia toaapooniul ol Hfpsin, irfuaid in wMor.
will dip, or diwnlvo, Five Founds aflioatt Bttf
vi alouttuiQJiourH, out of tho atmnach. . ,
I'l.i SJN ii tho chief elimicnt, of iiroat I)iefBtini
liu'lolo ol tho tiaatrin Juu r. rKi ,.t ,.
F,Oil, tr,u Furifyiig, Preserving, und stimnhting
B t.i d ti.o nbuucb and Intf.-Cliiija. ' It is extracttid
"".' l.(f''tlv jtoirlach of tha l.i. Uiu (orming
i ;cia Owtiy'- s-tuio,-R.ds-1 like Uu) -pa.
: k,V-t ""'"Vii utii.ii,i,.,.t i,ouprs,. sndjur-
.Jt . :
,c l !..
nut!- mr n. By
'.. ::: V; :::idt"viis ot'lndi
iv.i.. iM.jint a they would
' f.ctuB. wuudPrii'rUy
'V' ..... , i.ma..iut.uii( ii., v.'ius
tj,., ,i uiiu,... -k.-i,"
d .'liii'.' a'.i! li
tii ) vergi; of uu- triv-."
whiyh it i(..lt.ittCtT, ir,.in-
ruuiaribio. . .,
Tpv.--U tO hi' , 11
r! iitll., , i i,vnre wion
?' ' fi.-.'trou ui iou -, and
dakuim tun. tn i,;.
..I 'd v.i-i on Animal
u, Ua wuiy wnnaeriui remedy ror m..lgtst(outLya.
njpi. Juandice, Uvtr ceinulaint,.onstipation,aniJ
Oubiltry, cuying afti-r KaturV owq method, by
aturt's nwu Aijnt. thoCaalrlc Julcu.- -
chonuati-y, says: "An Artifrfiat I b-,'stii ,V Huid, sua- i ""Ttod matU-r. 3,1. An AuncaAttv, which Chan
logous to tbu Oiuti-ic Jtilcu. u.avbi ri-iuliiv piy'r,.d I l".-"1"'' -inexpl icablo manner the certain morbid
fitm Uieniucousuieiuj:-iu.-.ift;n)aiuiiicli ..liu 'OalT,'; ctt"tr "f t'1 system; '3rd, A Tome, which gives
iauhich various aiti.los of ii,.,d- ui t',il jad'e-'j 'hiUlii tith to tho nervous system, renewing
.. ........ ,,.uu.,,,,,,ul u ,a. BS jniI
will bo setftencd. ehareed iint! iti.-estid l..i Iv
aaiiie inaiiueras they would be in i lie human stomnch.1'
Ilwl "a Umtin nkl,, ,1 i,ir..wvv , r..,n, : i i,,..
ho was uri.nl. biCJi . .t, i. .Ct ;".-""y""i
rl. .witl' Uih coniplnnl,' nnd.
7J U 'ZIVZ L, ,k " , ' TX
,lu: vuiiiluea from the stomachs ot ivuiu ani.
main, which Pmred comnletrhi iu-c.j,ful
1. t.RAlIAM, author of the famous works'ob Vo
getasl, l!iot,"nayk: -lt ia a rcmarsal U faut in thy-siulogj-.thal
the tomachs ol animals, macerated la
water, impart to tho lluid the creporty of dissolvine
various articles of food, and of ftr.-rtiiia- a kind f,r...
lifleiul digestion of thein In no Wise different from ths
natural digentivo .process, ' ! . - : -
U on tho Awnt, snd get a Descriptive circa-.
Ur.sntia uivjug large amount of scientific evidrucei
similar to tho above, toKellmr with reports of remark
able cures, from all part., ol tho toitid States.
' Asa JJunpeptia Vurwr. ---,-;.
nr. HOUGHTON'S. J-W4N nM produced the most
uinrveJloim vllui-li,. in cunovruou nf n-1,,7.-., p.
J, "'J. , U8 - details ut-eases in tho liin-
other drugs upon tho Digeative Organs, alter a long
BK'kneas. Also.for excoaa in oalini-. and the too frea
usn of ardutt apirits. It almost ruccncilos JicaifA
tilth Ji.tevipn-anre. .
Old Shnitoch CbrtptafnU. '- ''' '' '
ffhlMT" lb no hinn nj fJU Srrmn-km,nn4i shirk
it does not s em to reach, and rrnove. at encu .- No
matter how bad thoy may bo, it gii-cs instant relief!
A single dole removes sll tho unplcssaut symp'oini;
snd It ily nceda to b repeated far short time to
mase mesecood enetprinatreat. rvritytj r illosd
" Hr 'imj kjiiow si, once, it u particular.
Iv e'vcelleht in canes ol Naiiui-a . Vnh,llt,,n.
soreness of tht bit ofthe stomseh, distress sftereatins''
low, cold stare ol the Blood, ' .Heaviness, lowanu of
awniMeapoadotaey, emaciatton, weakness, teudency
to Insanity, suicido, fcc . .-' J-
Pr. llOl OHTON'Sl'Ri'Sir!,' lsold hyVirty ill
tha'dearsin (lnoirrugs fapatarModrrinosithruUgh.
pahtlm Vuitod Statm.-i It is prejsin'd in JVw.k r sail
toIUidlnnavtnd I'rcwsripiicu yula bjr ,k use uf
rhvK-iaiii;. . , . -
JWi'itfe fTrrtxfori Tor fhe' luri Ot-Vhvall-uilis'niav
be cMaisari ef dir. Woughton or hls-ABSii'ts. dearrribitii
the whole process ol p,,Trtlon-. and giving thcau,
ihonlies upon which Oiiiybims ol this new rem. dy
ar.ba,si,il at u Milt secret reiueily, no obieqUoii
can be r.,is d againat itattsobY PlWilclani'ip mpwh
blejasndiag snd r.ular praetlri,. Price,,! per bottle:
oi?vJ'1,,n'L,"!.-'':Vv'ry bottle-of the gnauin
'w b"" tb avntton sig nature of J. g. IIXJUUU.,
i 'b Mi"P1"ProJ,rorrphiladolpliU, Pa. Copy
right and Trade Mark secured. ' -
; trolsrly allDruffglsts and Dealart.U Modtclnaa. J
.jigmsr-tAjnAKU u SLOCUM, IaJt(ATsir i
V- - fi J-.H Wu.so, Newark-, . W4,r
J 41 ?", CircUynleT
MarchQB. q, Komsbts, CoiTXare '" 47"
. lu.ui.b.ui iu valuable wiUiuos on the Why.
uiolosy ot Digestion," ob-uives that "a diminution uf
t..eduo tuaiuity ef the Usttric Juico is a prominent
sni all urovailiiurrausu of l)i ,l),lvlLl.n 1 k. ...la.
fiWi SMirH has" Tootod UaCk.h- M Bdt fl
KM ",H,'V f''h orar sfWUslu,. , J
PiUiwrns. II ui iw mwu.i .10 Sot) nahu aotiinl
Uhtro aiidwill ut-wUi.ili-.Wy l9v,,t price..
lh. ,abcrii)er to k.p a . full liid JiiwiralLaaaoMaiiiit;
.11 ,n. ,.i,lt (,, u 1 ha mMi.
4,1, ooth 0m u,a nMrcuHomerww iih anvthin. i. t. J
tLanciiter, KoTomber" t, 1850. -..'-v " . ' Sft ,i jx
GENn.EMKN1, thu errat woniler and' exritema)r ( 1
of ths i9 nrw-.irnow auc.h. vuiantitv af an
rich and splendid ('tothinu ai you vUl nod . witb -
tua piuprwiurv 01 uie 01a, GUMliltBljiB ... , rf
.!: FHEflfKRCD, STOBF '' 'ill.
Can poaaiblybediafcoscd ol' iu duti inn, snK si let
lallie protpc'cl f a rsige inrrraiiK tollift p'Ul'i,
of our healthy und beautiful titv...!j& dloV t b A -
rkhni-aa ol tlw kwm.uwlir eotmt'rvi rnndind itt
tho apuit und liulujiairv ol our ...,.'.,..:;.;., r....- iJt
Jiaa aiiuiulaiod thoao partleirln laying in tuch 'roouaJ4-' f
Uina ot good ui t he ' v-j of r ashiSkai i CiOTat-i 0
. lupBrior manner in jrhich they are madi the.' -fa.1
ionablf alj In of tbeir cu' and wortmanBhip-the .
qua lity of the lnaterial; and tha vorM v ol hada and
oIor.s- (hoy are fompoed of,aould'Hriure yon,
ay without hosiution that the proprietora muatba.
untiring imtuurotfiafa and their Ingenuity mora
Hiacoininnn,tu collect such a quantity of esutifuH
garthtnttiogether.1 nd,hWtof alfia,iae' rtij
v. Unusual low, prjea they'.fve 8oH fdr,
Wouldalrao,t mlt6Vu awartha't too Woahl turrmr
buy a y ajd of alutf in a atora to have inado up for -.
jonnN-flerir uy . if. buy a auh,oM,,ir
vou aoe the fit the quality of th goada-andjar
doo A lew-naoutos, Wlth-HUls troable, before "
j ou psy one cent of your money.. Notu rthatandini
om ol ourmodese, urwaaaining neighbors will; raiaa i
their voioo and eautinn vou. vrrv nioui.lv. iralnat
Ihe production of '-Kaatoru Slop Shoos!" Think eff '
it. .. vt ho would anppoaa it such a brUUaaesuggcav ,j
lion; Oh! what a beau your granny waa! Wondet
why they did but warn you agalnitdomraffcSopa'
very old patttrns.tiA perforated rlutht. Tase a stroll .
alonjj Main tilrcet and aoe the figure'wa cut. Yen
will cnntluJp pcor OU Mother . Ooose is in luch de.v
mwd; ihe n iU oft compollod to hide herself or every ,
Caltea boy oh tb Btroots will certainly pluck her to :it
UMtK.-'Khat-J'ttHiria Ooo its have got ol .late
,in tljbapol old tstjrnen and shop ioya;pure char
t'..for th Irish friends, 1 suppose, hal brought then '
oi(:'w'cll..woll' 'this is the
t'l'ilj-j 'I o. io. rm,did,thowi who want to save as '
(Ktirii in the pure ha so of i suit of clothes, as will ritv
the. cj!li..i:iuJr a vear'ir schooling would do, well to V
call t tl Ol.I) t li KC'KFHED XTOKiLwhere to"
can b,. titled cut (tern fcead tofeot; out o those' bltta
oftlofhinn w hVteda av. ; What W oUo
wu iviTrnitm pvery particular. If anything Kap-u-M
!o be wrong in your piirrhaxev MtuA hKods j
andaalcriilrowbur. Wock, lwshucn)y. It Ja use
Iob tonicntion the vatitfy ol'ouf .-' -t ;c
Kpi-i'ntr .n'iV$ii6imer StoV-kl-f CMMriir,
But lb psrt:; ' Tne greatest VfcriPty .of VO. 18 et'i
all kinds sii J y. .) y , jj p A LOvi Ns a nd Yr. VTS J
SS"' ."',eier: di'scriplioii; l,ri; uantifi ot"
Hni r8.-Undw and liver frwer, 'Uk ; Handker-.
cluufs lR,l) .atmndanceCrtv of the basUlali-Hoe,'
Ml'-! xnib-rs, Mitniic Overcoat's, ( loaks, ic.: Fash- '
ioDablo Hats; tips, Hoou and tjhnss, UiubiaUas.Tray. i
ailing Bagsof all. kiuJs, Trunks, Sc. Several dos'. of'
Silk ITrrter' Shirts, and W Thibet Wobt do, will '
answer (or eilj)i.i- laJicir vnutkuii-a. r Nuoy aiti
eleain thfurnUhins way. ll of whub will ba dls- '
powd of onthtuii? rtasottdbtt t.rur.U iomat
frifse,, . CfCLKKAS fcCO.
iUy 28, VSf 9. : " ' -- '.-
coneernn the hull hand b,i pim-ss'
VY ofapeoplo Is stall timeaoftne mtx-' valiiaMa '
Importance. I take it for sraiKed thai every. raca
will do-all h) tbeir power to Mrs the live, of fhrir''
ehtlilren,nd that every 'penon l enrtravnr'a pro- t
mote their own, bealth at all sacrll'es . I reel It to
ba riy duty to solemnly s;ir. o Mia' wnaata, acw'
cording taHie opimi.nofthe mast c.-Mf ft ssi-x
ejinj, arc the priirrry causes ol s ni
disossos to waich children and aiiiitts 1;4il.: rt
you- hve an appKite, cot.tlnuaHr , t(.rm ir r-"
one kind of food to uuotfci-r, htt iisvtk. ila'.'s t
stornarh, picklr. athe noie, hfdris n.ss.t .u.'a-fj. f.
n.f be"7,dll cou.h !o tevi r, ,ul i,,-...1.,, .
member that i'i OkH dnr.'fc lyr;-t4 ..' .
should t one appty tne rrtBeiy'.., , . , ,. . j. '."
. .rlOIKN3ACK'.i)h! Siafr1.
, An a.-tic 1p fuundod upon scier.t'f e prinrie'ea", c. '
pouuit with puroW vr.c"tHe .t.e.'ti,ie
porfuctly sstn yrhen taken, and iwtfrsiiin ia ail .its.
eiFucts and not leaving tho sy item .a d: een.
ditionas most advcrtbind no'itrumt temansfyi ef CaU
omel tor tlio romoval of worms, w.h as .f.oend
Vermifus, tc., but has performed the moet arrnn'
1'hiiiK cures, and aavou tk Uvea of thouMnd kn,k -
old and young, who have been pronounced hopale-s,
incurable by Phyalcians. Read the foiiowinr: Mlb.
come natisfled of its olHcacy over all othera
mohsis Kivca, :w Jki air.
Mr. ff. llobsnsack.- This is to rertifv tha,
child, 15 years of aua, bavins been sick for 6 veu.
was stt'njod hv Dra. l.owr. X hilli, ,iu PhUt. ('
s lonztime without receivine anv benefit: when rt .
giviuK her up as. incurablo, I went to Philadelphia
and coniulted one of thabost l'hy-iiana; iurdi-a,i
still grow ing worse. It waa at this time I wan indue ,
ed to try Houcnsack's Wokm Sihds, and aft.-r Uk -ini!
two lwltles she entirely raminad hue v.l,h.
ilmilng that this will prove a benefit to parents whots
childrvn are similarly alfected. "
iwiiaun,!,., - ! a, sunain., , 1
IlMlFN9ACK'8. LIVF.B i-rt.i.rt
No part of the systoni is mnrolUble to drisWtharc
the Lh ii, it serving aa lilicrarto purify the blood.
orgiviiytheproprsocretiontothebilc; ao that any "
wrong action of tho Liver effects the' other impo
tant parts of the system, aud results variously, in .
Ltver complaint. Jaundice, Dyspepsis, ptc. WH'
should thcretore '-Watch ever avinntam ,1,, mwh,
r'odiiato a wron action of tha Livar. These vUU .'
boing composed of hoots and Fi.aNTa fumiiihcd by '
nature to final the sick: Nauielyt 1st An Kxrneio-
"i. niucii nuuu-ms ineso creuon Irom tho Fulmo
noi v miioin membrane or oromotoa tha dirfiatv f
n '' vy"r to !1 Prts of the body. 4th, A ca..
THAn-i'ic. v.-Bleh arts in perfect hariuon v arkh tha oth
er iuj;rei!ii ntj. und ojieratina; on the Bowels, and ex
pelling the whole mass of corrupt snd vitiated mat-
S.i-.l ivsur- health. I'repared at Nobensack's
oraiory, iniiaueiunia, iTice lio cents, . ,
alU'KIM -' '
It. I). Walker..,.
Otto H. Mceller.,.
Jf 11. Kunderroan.
t,. K. Hamlin.-,.'.
Jnnsl, If 69 ; . .'
..... .Vt'aat RuahvtUe.
k BMiasersait. -
...... Oailana'." '"'-'
v $ ..
CLOTH IHO (TOKK..' . -
,. .Copnrtncr.Mpl -T
fniE Psrtnorahlp heretofore el,t(r under tb
X nrm-name df Kit A N K & CO. CIcthmg Merchants
was dissolved by miitusl consent cn the f rstilav of
April. The business will hereafter becondurred un. '
der Ihe (Inn namo ol (). 81 MOM A en . . ,u. nt r
KTiNn thii r., , r .vi.vL,-v
. ', , ' . f V " "ochirg halltv
Hank, whero mav be Imind at all times a fine larc?
and well aolected stock f. . . , t . . ,b
. Itcndy Made Clothing, ,v i
ei?rJl!n,nd boyf; Vw?? " I,rge sasortment of
Shirts, Drawers, Under-shirts, Crsvats, Hand'fs ao
it must also ba remarked, that the renort' tft.f
r'KANK, who is so well known for hi. flUofitV?nd '
good bare, ins, Intended to leave Iowa, is not true.aad
he would assure his Inenils, hit customors and tha '
public generally that he will be ready to receive all '
thoae w bo may favor him with a call.
AM, at tho same place and stall times, 'will ba
found a lino lot ol Jewtlru, Notions and Cutlery .
Uncsatct, April 24, 1863 ( G. SIMON 4
( DH0L 9,' ? Prerred to furnish all kinds-'
a of Ktenm F.niriueH, upon short notioa and)
at Cutnnnau and Pittsburgh prices.' . .
Also, sll kinds-of Mill Gearing. llointJos Screws
KeniU'llir Scnaw s. Jaek Rrpur.Tll. c, .-J.
Cider Scrim s. , - . ..
Mill Spindles' of cast Iron or wrought.' ' ""l"' ''
.Hsies and Drivers, Vc. fce. . -
They will alan furnish the Parker Wheel to
mt any liesd ot wster, and with either h-on or woeet
shaft. Also, the Atkinson W heel lit up aa above-,
Th patent en the Pevker Wheal has expired aaaVcatv,'
aeijuentlj- they van be had much cheaper. ,., .
They alao i-iihtinuo to make Dcrnl's niresbinK
.Marliinesv'and keep a lot constantly on hand; war--ranted
thn best in Ohio, ..
Af! the above nrttcles will' b 6 made with especUl
Caroukl ey ibP,.bHkaerttnrau,amdwiUbe wamoted,.'
All ki(u!s al l-uparing done upon the shortest notice..
Thi-V slaiiUerpemiStsiitiy on bars, ALL KINDS OF
t'ASTl.MJS, usually, kefit iu a r'auadry.., : Thy have .
enioulated thou front shop, so that those who eall
van examine tljeiv work. , .
-They are-aio-et tnutlme1 niasurarturua theT.C
rfH"'ooktov? which received-tho tirt, l-i-mi-um
at the Ohio fc'tttto Kairat Cuicinriatilast Kail, anff
will kaep-thaaa cd,satui.y oa buuh w A l a j;
' The known quality of the work done at this catab-.
llshntent loi nniy ynai'aast.lt'the boat guarantee that
in future, the subacriberit waHlaSor to desire- th pa,
tronsce of the public. They Invite examination. ,
Uusutsr,iaT Q, 18tl 0. D1CTOL It CO."