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CITY OF LANCASTER:"
Saturday Evminf, Aug. 14. 1859
Disoiackpui. Maugsitt. The Statpa-j
man, says the Ohio Stait Journal, ha had llic
bad, taste, to say nothing ele, te brand all
the Irish who will .r4e for . their old. and j
true friend, Gen. Scott, a "Irish Ton."
This is the kind of 'freedom the editor of that
sheet would allow if he had the power. So
long is on r foreign population follow hie
dictation' and vote for free trade and tho
fcwt intercstaof.tho British nabobs, and their
friend nnT allioa the Loeofocos, it is all
rery well, and the foreigners are a remark
ably intelligent, clever set of feljowef "But,
the'- moment tUejf 'discover that these base
domagojuoa are merely using them for the ,
benefit oT the. British manufacturers and
CitpitalUta,-R.nd aro determined to look after
thatir own best interetts and. thnse of their
adopted country, this Mednry, tjio pampered
lordling Othe clique of advocates of British
intercuts, presumes to pttss judgment upon
them and denounce them as Irish "forief!
There . never was a baser fnleehood. If lie
Tori hre those who uphold ai)d sustain the !
British an their grasping policy. They wish
to retain the asc,endnnry in trade sjid com
merce, and tnir.LocofoCos r.rt trying with all
their might to aid them. They wish and ar
dently desire the electon of Pierce, because,
jts the Lonrfon. Tim ,ssys, his-elorjtion will
. , Ab far more thnn that of Gin. Scott to ad-v-Mnce
ad sustain British commerce and
rnanufnetufors thntlsy w'e Americans, un
der Pierce, will contintio to btiy our clothes
and iron aud all kinds of manufactures of the
British, instead of attempting to make them
i at home,. Tho Times, the organ of British
cnpital, declares that the Irishmen driven
from Ireland to America .under the Locofoco
system, become mui'h better and more prof
itable persons to tho British thftn they were
whilo in Ireland, because horo they get but
ter wages, byy far more British jrooils, nntl
what is fur better,' they gcm-ruHy become
Loeofocos, nnil thus vote to keep up and per
petuate tha system of Free trade, which is
so profitable to the British trader. The pros
perity which England thus enjoys at our ex
pense makes her strong and independent.-
She can afford to oppress Ireland and drive
rf lflrih to this country. Tho Loudon
. Times ices all ihis, and boasts that this
sucrninj? evil ti Ireland is really a gfc&t good
.to Enplsnd," as the Irish, driven off, come
ovof here and by voting with the Loeofocos
they do just what thoy want them to do,
kftep. down tho Whig patty end keep in
power the Free Trade, British party in this
ttoimlry. Thia is the philosophy of the
Times and ilio British party, both here and
in England. Tho Irish are beginning to
undorstand this game. They begin to see.
tliat thoy have been duped, deceived, led by
the cars, to help along e party and a policy
that nre doailly hostile to the best interests
of America, and plnying into the hands of
the English nabobs, whom they hate and de
spise. They now see who they have been
helping, r.nd for what purpose they have
ben used by tho Loeofocos. If there 1 any
class of men in the land that ovoht to bo
decided Whigs, it is the Irishmen, wbo have
been driven from home by English cupidity
and Hellixhnotis, and have iound a shelter in
this Republic. They have felt tho galling
chains of English servitude They know
tlio grasping, grendy character'of tho English
landlords, who by their oppressions hnvo lit
reralty forced them from thofr dear native
land. They have every motive patriotism,
love of tho country of their adoption, hatred
of their oppressors, &c to stimulate them
in a courNo of (Mi.ry that should thwart the
deep laid plans of the English apecnlator in
tho woes nnd njierili of Ireland.
Wo repeat: many of them begin to see
that they have bei'ii duped and docoived
that they have been helping their worst en
pmy, and they arc determined to do it no lon-
gor. They hnvo abandoned tho Locofoco
party. They have declared that they hear
tily approve the American sentiments and
doctrines of General Rcott, and they will
support him from this day onward. Thoy
will stand by him as ho stood by them when
his friendship was worth something. ,
Because these Irishmen have come to
this conclusion, and avow their dotermln a
tion no longer to labor to build up British
interests, the editor of tho Ohio Statesman,
with a brazen SHsuranco that long practice
has made easy, hns tho disgraceful maligni
ty to charge them with being Irish Tories.
u mo cuuor oi mat iiniinii Tory snoot clops
not live to regret the use of such languagto
xtioh men, then ho mwl ill wry soon, or we
re groatly deceived. The signs of the times
are not to bo mistaken. Irishmen are not to
he deceived, longer, by the humbug pretense
nnd falsehoods of Locofocoism. Irish To
wits! Remember the infamous libel, at
Tnr. Royai. Yacht Rack. The result of
the boat rare at tho Roynl Victoria Club
Regatta at Ryde, June 23. produced some
excitement, in consequence of the defeat of
tbe celebrated yacht America by two othor
vessels, the Arrow snd Mosquito, tho Arrow
(mining in ono minute and lifty seconds
and the Mosquito one minute and 19 soconds
ahead of her. It appears that the America
lost a little time by some accidental occur
rences, which may have occasioned the re
sult. Another trial was to take place at
Cswea. The London Morning Herald thus
refers to tho result:
"Tho winning vessel, which is the prop
srty of the Vico Commodore of the Royal
Tictoria Club, Thomas Chsmborlyne, Esq.,
it is true, is not tbe Arrow of last year; for,
, during the winter, she has boon lengthened
at the bows, and otherwise improved, and
i many of these alterations wero probably tho
result of suggestions which presented them
selves from the appearance of the America,
smongBt the yachts of the British squadron.
So far, she, in common with several yachts,
have profited by the American notione lm
ported amongst them, with those from every
otnor part of the world, during the eventful
. year or 1H.M." .
' Cot. Thomas II. Bknton, left Nt. Louis
on Monday last, for Washington city, to se
cure some documents necessary to the com
pletion of tbe work he is at present writing,
to be entitled, ''Thirty Years In tbe Bon-
ot," Dd which is to be published sow.
BBPram"' j. "I "I iiUSml. I,j.!l saa
; MAOHOIU 8TEA KPOf MmiD
Akt)2O,00O wwrtkal PipeH Oestre-yeal
Last evening, about six o'clock, the start,
ling cry of fire was heard by pur titireas, but
before they reached the scene of the eonfla-
gration, it was discovered that tha roof of
tho "Magnolia Steam Mills," West of" the
canal and owned by R. W. Denning of Chil
'icothe, was enveloped inflames. It was
useless to make any effort to save the build
ing, and the exertion of our citiieVs 'were
directed to save a portion of Us contents and
to prevent the spreading ol the conflagra
tion to the frame building and DeroPa
Foundry north of the VI ills, snxl the Ware
houses and Mr. Tatje'e cooper shep across
the canal. The Fire companies and our cit
izeus worked with tbe most attiring ener
gv and perseverance, . and although iie
buildings in the vicinity were on fire sev
eral times, it was quenched before it had
made much headway. Fortunately no winll
was stirring at the time. A southern or west,
ern wind would have blown the flames to
other buildings, and had the Ore at any time
got beyond the control of our citizens upon
any of these, the loss would have been very
As it is, it is the most destructive
fire with which our city has ever been visit
ed, destroying property to the amount of."
bout 820,000. With the exception of tbe
boilers, the machinery, wo supposo, will bo
an almost total loos. It is estimated that
the establishment cannot be placed in as
good condition er less than 912,000. There
was at the time about 8.000 bushels of whei
in tho adjoining warehouse end about 600
barrels of flour. Of the' latter, about 100
barrels were saved.
To the .citizens of the city and especial,
ly to the formers of the county, will the loss
be very heavy. .The mill haa been consuming
about 900 bus. of wheat per day, averaging,
as we arc Informed, about 1300 barrels of
! flour per week. It wns one of the best mills
in the Htitte and wns most excellently man
nged under the superintendence of J. R. Pur.
kcr. It wbs conducted with energy and
prudence ami was netting the proprietors
very fair profit. It is tr be earnestly hoped
that it will be r'-lmilf.
We learn that there is an liimirnnce upon
the building, machinery and grain to'tbe a
mount of about $15,000. It is impossible to
say w Iilto or bow tho fire originated" Be-
toro it 'ai niscnvoreil, the Uuiuiirjg was so
fur enveloped in ilniws that no human en
ergy could Hiwo it, und all our citizens could
do was to mukc an cfl'url to save a portion
of the flour. No people, upon such occa
sions, work harder or longer than ours, nnd
they always perform such duties with a hear
ty good will. To them, the property hold
ers along tho canal are indebted for the safe
ty of a large number of buildings. The un
fortunate disaster, has again induced our
citizens to discuss the propriety of a better
supply of water in those portions of the city
removed from the canal, nnd of obtaining
better engines. It is to be hoped that the
discussion will continue until we nre placed
in a much better position than the present
for guarding against, and preventing the
spreading, of fire. .
Fine Summer Apple. Mr. Samuel Fet
ters of Pleasant township, handed us this
morning two of tho finest summer apples we
havo ever seen. They havo a rod color and
moasuro about cloven Inches in circumfer
ence They possess a good flavor snd bare
a fino acid taste.' ,
City Tlusinets If any individual, citizen,
or stranger, who doubts the prosperity of
our city, ' will liiok through our business
houses upon a. day like this, and observe the
hosts of customers.and Urge amount of goods,
sold, ho will come to the acnsiblo conclusion
thot but few other places of the size of ours
do as much business.
PuMir. Meeting. A public meoling of citi
zens was held in the Court House, to-day.
for tho purpose of initiating somo measurer
to havo tho stonm-mill rebuilt. Wo wero
present but a short time and havo not the
means of giving the proceedings. We sup
poso they will be handed in by tbe Secreta
ry for publication.
The Fire The t.-Wo are assured that
tho estimato placed upou tho mill and fix.
Hires was ton low. It is stated that It can
not ho rnnstrnend and put In as good con
dition for much less than 620,000. Thia will
makn tho aggregate loss between 995,000
snd $30,080, tho insurance being only $15,
000; so that tho loss to Mr. Denning will
run go between $10,000 nnd $15,000,
The Richfst Yf.t. It was the editor of
the Portsmouth Ikuftatch who said that, if
his memory served him right, Gen. Tierce
was on officer in the War of 1813, and took
charge of tho American army after the fall
of tho gallant Pike. Ho is oven yet ahead
of this. He savs that
" Tht Imdm Time in the organ of that
party ofproffrrstantl rtform in England."
I( thero is any editor of any Locofoco pa
per In tho Union that can head the Des
patch man, we would like to get a glimpse at
him. But this is tho wsv in which he at-
tempts to evade the force of the Times' en
dorsement of the Locofoco candidate and his
party; that wae tho way In which ho tried to
make a military hero out of Gen. Pierce.
Pzacb witu tux InntARs m Nxw Mexi
co. A letter, dated Santa Fe, states that
very thing was quiet there, and the civil
government, under Col. Sumner, the milita
ry eommander.waa regressing in fine style.
The letter adds: ,
"Our relations with the Indiana srein.n
equally if not bettor condition. Kort Mas
sarhusett, In the North, Is occunln.1 1. m.
jor Blake, with two companies, and all in
that region indicate that eveq this force
placed in their eountrv, will keen tha Vtmt,L
quiet. With tha Navajoea the most friend
ly relatione exist. A number of the Apache
Indiana, from the eastern aide af tbe Rio
Grando, arrived here a few days since, ask
Ing for peace, and a. treaty will be made bv
wui. KiuuwuT wiwi mem. it is aiso Known
thot Major Morris is now on his way from
Fort Wcbstor with a largo delegation from
me una Apacncs tor tno same purpose." '
Tni Fkkr S.QIJ,. CoevMTina, at Pitts
bnrgh, have nominated John 1 Mali Old
Gw. W. Julian as candidates for president
and Vice-President. . Hy some mishap, the
telegraph did not inform us of this in time
for yesterday', paper. ,
-. , PwMt nectiaa;. ) 1
Lancastxb, Aug. 14, 1853.
At a meatier of the citizen of Lancaster,
this merniug, held in tbe Court House,- for
the purpose of taking into consideration the
best mode ot procuring material aid for, and
Inducing Mr. R. W. Daaauio to rebuild, the
Steam Mill is our city, which was destroyed
by fire on the 13th iust, Dr. Brasilia was
called to tbe chair and i. K. Mumaugh ap
pointed Secretary. .
several propositions as to the best mode
of proceeulnr were offered and discussed bv
Messrs. creed, Dauirberty. Martin, Weaver,
Davidson, Willock and others, after whicn
the following resolutions were unanimously
adopted: ' ' ,
Ketotmd, That a committee of thirteen
eitiaeos of Lancaster and two from each
township In the county, bo appointed tor the
purpose of soliciting subscription to aid R.
W. Dxaaise in the re-erection of the S'esm ,
Mill recently destroyed by fire.
Whereupon the following persons were
appointed upon the commttee:
Hocking I). Tarimadge, Jacob Beck, W.
vtmaiKfa Newton 3cblclch, Peter Haya,
Cfearmwt James Rice, CoL Hamilton,
D.Dunkle. ' . -
Maditon Dr. Hodges, E. Griffith, Dr.
Bern Capt. Julian, Samuel Jackson, J.
R. Pearse. '
Ruthcrmk D. Kutx, Samuel Beery, Tho.
Richland C. Uorland, Jesse Leohner, D.
PlauantHt. Barstler, Daniel Keller,
P. C. Benaduin.
Walnut-F. M. Ellin, Dr. Brock, L..W.
Libert) O.G. Beck, H. Leonard, A. L.
VitM A. Ehrieht, J. Pickering, Jesse
Middletown. ' .
Rlnnm O.' H. 'Perry. John Chany, D.
ttreeti field i. C. Mnkead, J. McCIeary,
J. C Reynolds. ' "
On motion the proceeding were ordered
to bo published in the several papers of the
The Ibirh asdthbib Fhie.ids. In 184T
Ireland; wan suffering all the horrors of fain
ine, and her suffering people were crying for
bread'. Their cries reached the United States
where there was an abundance of bread. It
was a whole nation that was starving, and
the case required the sympathy of a nation
tbe a id. of a nation. The demand was
too large for effectual relief by individual
means only. Tho question of relief was be
fore Congress, and let us enquire how it was
received and who were for relieving the
famixjijng Irish! ,
On tho 35th of Febnuiry, 1847, Mr. Critten
den, Whig, introduced into tbe Senate bill
to expend five hundred thousand dollars in
provisions and for sending them out in a
national vessel, and supported the bill with
great eloquence. He was followed on the
same side by J. M. Clayton, whig, and by
Gen. Cass, Democrat. The next day it was
called up and was finally passed in tho Heu
ate by a veto of 37 in its favor and of 13
against it. TAnse against it all Ijncofaco but
one! This wae near the close of tho session
but three business days remained when
the bill passed tho Senate.
In the Housoan effort was mado to lay
the bill on the tabic in that wav to kill it.
Failing in'this, the Locofoco. majority snt
the bill to tho Committee of Ways and
Means, expecting and intending to somotlier
it In Committee for want of lime. On the 3d
of March, Mr. Carroll, Whig, moved to in
struct that committee to report back the bill
for the roller of Ireland, i. W. Davis, of
Indiana, a pliant instrument of an unscrupu
lous majority, declared tbe motion out of or
der, and detcrminod to stavo off a vote on
the merits of tho bill. An appeal was taken
from the speaker's decision, anil ho was sus
tained. Mr. Winthrop, of Massachusetts, a
sterling Whig, undertook to make the De
mocracy show their hands. He moved to
suspend the rules to allow a motion to in
struct the Committee of Ways and Means
to report back the bill to the House. On
this motion the yeas and nays wore called,
and the proposition waa rejected, 45 Whigs
and 1 1 Loeofocos voting for the motion and
14 Whigs and 88 Loeofocos against it! This
is the record evidence in black and white.
"Only efeeoi Loeofocos out of 100 voted to
save the Irish from starvation, whilo eiuhtu-
eight recorded thoir votes againRt the Irisn.
Had that appropriation, so nobly fought for
hy Gov. Crittenden, passed, it would have
sav'd nearly a million of famine-stricken men,
women, and children from the grave. More
was a great opportunity for tho brawling
leaders of tho Locofoco party to show .their
hivo and regard for the Hear irishmen whom
they so fondly treat just beforo coch elec
tion." These good Democratic friends of the Irish
held it to bo impolitic ' and unconstitutional
to vote money "to save the people of Ireland
from starvation ."when tons of thousands of
men, women and chidiren in that country
were wildly reaching their arms towards us
and crying "bread! bread!! bread!!!" This
la a striking commentary upon tho Demo-
cratic party's loud professions of "love for
the Irish." - But these same Democratic
member find no constitutional obstacle In
the way, when called on to vote large sums
to their party favorites, as say $50,000 to
fattier Rilchie.they go it with a rush,. On.
Later from the Plains. Among tho
passenger brought by the Clara, from St.
Joseph, were Messrs. Birch, of Washington
city,llamule,of Illinois, and J. . Carter, of
Ht. Chsklos county, in this State. These
gentlemen have iut returned from Califor
nia hy the overland route, and made the
journey from Sacramento to the frontier of
this State, in fifty-five days. During the
entire trip they enjoyed excellent health,
Snd were not molested in any Instance by
10 Indians. They found the grass and wa
ter exceedingly plenty on the plains; and in
every respect (referred the land route to
coming home by way of the Isthmus. In
coming in they mot thousanda of emigrants
on their way to the golden region, and to Or
gon, and In almost evory instance found them
getting along finely .
Although many or the train bad aunored
severely from eicknes St deprivation ahortly
alter leaving the settlements, nearly all ot
them, soon after, wore recuperated in health
and spirits. Those that left here in the lat
ter part of Apr.il and beginning of May, con-
nnontiy expected to reach the diggings by
the first of July. St. Coats Union, Aug. 4M.
(ttrGenoral Pierce's arand parents wero
Irish. Buffalo (Courier.
The fathers of all Locofoco candidates
aro Irishmen and their mothers Dutchmen
just before thn election. To take their own
stories "for true," thpy have not had a na
tive born candidate tor twenty years. ' It Is
not mure man two weens since It waa prov
ed as plain as a bed-post that Pierce was
descended "in the perpendicular line," as
Pompollno aaya in the play, from brave liar
ry 1 ercy, turn timed Hotspur. History does
not auto that Harry Percy waa an Irishman!
The Courier must eaplsJn the Incongruity.
NdtwithstandW Awe la doubt about irfr.
Pierce a genealogical deaeent thr I.
about Ida descent from his horse In Mexico,
at a very fortunate mom H.Bvffolo Est
fim - "l ' m
CirEighteeri persona died of choleraln
one building- in Rochester, In two days re
cently. An examination of the premises
explained the' caase. Tht baaewent was
damn, and eloaalv aJinf nm. m
A) Gaiaakt Sounxft'a Txstimoxt. A
oaaual conversation with General John A.
Quitman, of Mississippi, in regard to the
Whig nominee for the Presidency, was, re
ported by a friond of Gen. Scott, ia one of
the New Orleans papers. I was a very
high indorsement oa the score" of fitness and
of firmnessnd coming from a political oppo
nent,' of course attracted aoine attention.
The subject was brought to the notice - of
Gen. QriTMAB, Who haa promptly, and in a
Card over bis own, signature," indorsed ih
correctness of the report. He makes, among
others, the following points. . . . .' , "
I. In reply to various opinions expressed
by others, I said In substance that the South
ern Whigs, in their opposition to General
Scott, hd done him Injustice. That his e
pinions on the Slavery question were lees
obnoxious than those heretofore expressed
by Fillmore and Websteb, and I would
sooner trust him on that subject than either
ofthoso gentlemen. .- That if there was any
merit in the "Compromise, which I did not
admit, Soott should be prefered by them,
because be openly declared for' it before
Fillmore's opinion waa known.
3. A Whig gentleman present having re
marked that the apprehension was -that
Scorr would be controlled by SswAnnand
politicians of his stripe.; I smiled and said;
You mistake the character of the man. The
danger lies in the opposite extreme
.rriidtnmpd to command Gen Scot Brides
accustomea to command, uen. bcott pnues
himself specially upon the Infallibility Of his
own judgment. ' He rarely asks or takes ad-1
Vice, He Will te controlled bv no man, not i
the whole Whig party, against his own con
3. That his Mexican campulgn, from the
first eun at Vera Cruz to the fall of the Cap
ital, was one ol the most brilliant on milita
ry record. Its lustre was dimmed by some
blemishes,' about which I would not now
speak hut when the history of his victori
ous march, from tho seaboard to the Nation
al Palace, shall be faithfully detailed and
popularized, it will greatly add to the high
military fame he at present enjoys, not only
n America, but abroad,
Such testimony, from a source so distin
guished requires no comment.. ...
Mork BoLTiao. Tho Cambridge (Indiana)
Reveille publishes the cards of four persons
who have renounced Locofocoism, and have
determined to vote for Gob. Scott. The
last one on the list 'very aensibly comes to
the following conclusion:
I have .heretofore acted with, the Demo
cratic party, but when I see that party put
down such men as Gen. Cass, Ruchaoan,
Douglas, Ac, and take up such men as
ranklin Pierce, who, in my opinion, is- far
inferior in every respect, and one who has
shown himself to be opposed to Wcstern'in
erests, by his votes in Congress, I cannot
lend my support to such a man. I may here
say that quite a number of my Democratic
Iriends will vote with me lor uen. scott.
I am yours, &c, .
Tub Seizckeof Amxbicau Fishing Ves
sels. Lato Halifax papers contain an offi
cial return, published in the office ' of the
Court of Vice-Admirnlity at Halifax on the
30th ult., which states tho number of vessels
seized since the Convention ot 1818, and
prosecuted i n that Court. Tho first was
the Hero, seised June, 183R, and condemned
Jsn. 98, 183d. - Two vessels were aelzed In
1838, nine in 1839, five In 1840, seven-in
1841, ono each in 181, '48, '49, 60, and 6I.
Of these, three were restored; and the last
named case, that of the Tiber, seized Oct.,
39, 1851, has not been acted on. - "
1 1THATKVEH rnnrerns tho health and bspptm
II of a pmrplo is at all limes of I he moat valuable
Importance. I take It fur granted that every p rsun
will do all In their power to savs the lives ef their
rhildren,and that every per-nn will endeavor to pro
mote their own health at. all sacrifices. I hel it In
be mv duty to solemnly assur vou that womms. ac
cording te lhe opinion of the most aelnurated Phyai-
ciaus, aretho primary causes el a large majority of
diseases to wnlch chlljren and adults are liable; if
you bare an appetite continually changeable from
one kind of food to another, bad breat h, pain in the
alnmach, picking at the nose, hardue-a and fullness ef
tno Deny, ory rnugn. siowiuver, puiseiireauiar; re
member that all these dnmta WUItniN, snd you
should ai once appiy tne remenyr
1IOBKN8ACK H WORM 8YRUP. - .
An article founded upon scientific principles, com.
pounded with purely vegetable substances, boing
perfectly sale when taken, and determined In all its
ett'uet and not leaving the system In a diseased con.
ditWin as most advertised nostrums composed of Cal
nmelforthe removal nf worms, such as Lozenges,
VernilfiigflS, etc. , but haa performed the most saton
lahlna curra, and saved the lives nf thousands, both
old and young, who have been pronounced hopeless.
Incurable by Physicians. Read the billowing and be
come satisnea oi lis emcacy over an ocnera.
Mossvts HfVRn, Nirw Jkkskv.
Jlfr. iV. HoOMMtkr ThU is to certify that mv
child, 'S years of age, having bmm sick fnr 5 years.
vraa stti ndwl by Urs. Loner, Uhilllsand Phialor, for
a long lime without receiving any brnefit; when after
giving her up as Incurable, I want to Philadelphia
and consulted on ef the beat Physicians; herdiseaee
still growing worse. It waa at rhla time I waa induc
ed to try HonsDfSAoa's Wobm Svave, and fter tak
ing two bottles she entirely regained her h.ialth.
Iloplnv that this will nrnvo a benefit to Dirents whose
children aro similarly atfurted.
. I am yours, sc., .- . HOUMAIV
nouKNgArK-s Livrtt riM.8.
No part of the system Is morelisblo to disease Ihsn
e l.ivna. It serving as a flltererUi purify tha blood.
or giving the proper secretion to the bile; so that any
wrong action nf the Liver etferta tha other impor
tant parts nf the system, and roan'ts variously. In
Mver complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsls, etc. Wo
should thereloro watch every symptom that might
indicate a wrong action of the Liver. These pills
being comuoseii of moots and n ants furnished by
nature to heal tno sick: Ivsmely. 1st. An r.xrrcTo
najst, which anaments those cretinn from the Pulmo
nary mucus membrane or promotes the discharge of
secreted mattor. 3d, An Altkuativb, which chan
ges in some inexplicable manner thn certain morbid
action of the ayatom. 3rd. A Tonic, which gives
tone and strength to the nervous system, renewing
health and viuor to all parts of the bod v. - 4th. A oa
Tit ahtio, which acta in perfort harmony with the oth
er ingredients, and operating on tlte Bowels, and ex
pelling the whole mass of corrupt and- vitiated mat.
tar, and purifying the Blood, which destroys dtsisr
and restores health. Prepared at Holenaack's Lab
oratory, PhiladelaphJa. Price So cents.
. M. Z. Krelder, ., , Lancaster.
R.B. Walker... West Hushville
. Kalb. ,w., ...n.uahvill.. .
Otto H. Miullor Sciner.ft. -
J. II. Sundennaa..., , ... Ainambi. '
U. . Hamlin.. .'...OalaWa. '
lone !. lHW B
Snlo of the Znnravllle . nnd Mnysvllle
fJURSOANT tn decree of the- court of common
. pleaa of Muskingum county. In the case of Amos
Hen ton a, tha Zaneavilln and Maysvllle Turnpike
Road comnany at tha Anri) Term, A. D. 1H61 therrof.
And by virtue of an order of sale thorein to me di
rected, by aatd court, 1 will on ' ' "
Samr Jay Hi ' day of October, 18S8,
between the hours ef 10 nJtlork A. M., and 4 o'clock
P. M, of siid day, luf..n: t!i dor of the caurt-house
tn tho city of Chniii'nUu,.,:f .r for sale to the highest
bidder therefor, the Zamirille aud Mayaville Tura
ptko Road, and all the property franchises and privi
leges belonging to I ha said Rind company. . .
Mtrh sale will be conducted ia all nsrctojnaea-.
Airmity to the provisions of tha Act of tha Gnuer
Assembly as tho Stlte of Ohio.. entitled "An Act Ir
theaale of tha Zanoavillo and Mayaville Turnpik
and to provide fnr the payment of ita debts,'! pease
MarclPilHh, A. D. H6l. A. BA8STF. Hectivtr
In the roaa of Amo Benton a, f As ZnntetUU aaa
MayivUU Twenties Hoai coaacoay. . .. ,
Lancaster, July s, lbl. 6td.
Ifotlce to Credltora.-
AGRF.EABLY to the provisions thoWr" above
mentioned, the creditors of Ih said Road coin
pany are hereby notified to present their claims to
the undersigned within six moaths after the Tern of
tha court of common pleas of Muakingura county aext
after th a notice. In default thereof, all such debts or
demands will be forever excluded from payment Out
of the proceeds of U sale ot said Road. .
A. B AS8E rT, JIaceitwr. ,
Lancaster, July a, IBM 8
' QUEENS WAKE.
AFmaassortmaat nowunpaxdilng at WISE'S
sVnoaaaer, nor 8, 1H80. 87
IJUTTY. )0 pounds
machine 'mad Pntfyln
' ; P. T. BAKNTJirrS '
Grmad Colossal Maaeuaa and Menageriel
rilHEUrgeStTrsve'lingEXHIBITIONui tha world,
A being s combination of all the moat popular and
aiMUcrptionabl amuaeniflnta of the age enlargod
asd unproved for the Season of 1853. . , . .
, A TEAM OF TEW ELEPHANTS . ,
Will draw the great Car of Juggernaut. . i
A BABY ELEPHANT! ... .
Only en year old, asd but Si feet high, will rarry
upon hi back around the interior of the lmnuc Pa
villinnlhfl Lillicutian GKNEUAL TOM THUMB.
Tho Magnificnnt Cortege comprise! 1 10 horse and 90
men.. . The Pavillien of Exhibition. ha been sn'arged
until It ia capable of accommodating ln,(M)apectatora
at nine. The collecticn of living Wild Beaata in
cludoj ttiemoit ap eudid peciniona ever Exhibited In
America. Among many ethers will be found
BIX BxurlirUl, LIOXS) .
Fn.h from thsir.nativ Forests. ' -s r :
; A SACKED BURMKSR DULL .
From the Island of Ceylon, worshipped there bv tho
Pagan Nailvea, and recently Ukeu from an Idolatrous
PIo. ... .
fonsrsr fVhUe or Polar Sear!
A jU.iff tiUcent Royal Tgir The 'arrest ono ever
j capturvd alivo.
t An Ixfaalilt Camel (My ilx months of sen. the
flrt ono ever born in America, etc. etc. .,
f 1 "ow' V ""P" v,"ra capuuvd in tno
ij Ui ,,,, c0yi..u.bT Moars. ;i. a. Jukb and
Cjrtu;- Kin-run. agisted by 2li0 native'a; altr-r a
purmit nt thrno months and four Haya in thn JhiiJov. i
"- were nna.iy emrappiu .ana socm en ui an in-
I nii rvmiti tr i rap, ui euuriuuus unn i: Muris nun f'ro-
ji'i'iius litri'ii'Hi, where they woro HUbducd. : Tho
no in fMajgofroui In tia. '
country, l.asVl.arg? oi thu l.lcphftOtn, having accum
paiiii'd'tlit'in from Cevlon. ' j "
P. f. BAI17IU3I, . , .
Proprietor of the American Muacum, New York, has
the honor to announce, that encnuragocV by the bril
liant ailccaM which haa attended all hia various elTntts
for the amusement of the pub ic, he lua, beea led to
form the projector organizing s vast travelling , . ,
MUSEUM OK WONDERS, ,. , :
Which comprises a a-rnat vartntv of attractions, and
more extraordinary nova ties, than anv travailing nv.
hihltionin the world. Every fnsture of this msm
moth establishment is of apuru iar and interesting
nature, & the whole is produced upon a gigantic ecalo
of magnitude The travelling paraphernalia of the
American juusenm, is It enters each town, ia prered-
,a oy ine gorgeous . -
' CAB OF JfGGERTtAUT,
Drawn by Ten Kiephsnts superbly caparisoned, being
an accural mnde of that terrible engine of idolatroua
acrurcp,uninu aeroratea in au the extra vsgance ol
the Hindoo style. Kollowing'this monster vehicle, is a
lone prnceaaion of costlv cuei and rarriairaa. the
wuo'e forming a spectabe of more than Oriental anlen.
.1 TL. l:,.:.:.. :,i t t.i-, ...
tii. i nn vMiimuun wm wks piwe wiinin a magni
ficent Variegated Pavilion, composed of Amerinan Hags
of water-proof fabric. The real genuine, original
GEKEifiVT. TOM THUMB
Is attached to this exhibition, and will appmr in all his
lertnrmaneea ss given neiore the principal crowned
leads of Europe, -including Songs, Dancus, Grecian
8t atues, his admirid eersonttlon of Napoleon Jind
rredorlck theUruat 1 he litre Ooneraf is twenty
years of age, weighs on' y fifteen pntinds, and is but
twenty-eight inches high. A'an engaged,
i ... MB. NKLLI3, , .
The man without arms, who will execute his extraor
dinary feata of loading and firing a istol with his toes;
cutting profile Ikeneases; shouting at a mark with a
bow and arrow; playing upon tho Accordion and Vlo
llncelio,etc. -Mr. Nellia, In those perfnrmancea, ex-
hibits a wonderful example of what indomitable en
ergy and industry can accomplish, even when laboring
under disadvantages apparently the most insurmount
able. A conip'ete Menagerie of
LIVING WILD ANIMALS.
Is also included In the American Museum, and at s
convenient period during the exhibition
Will enter the Dens of the Wild Beasts,' and givo his
rla-aical illustrations nf Hercules struggling with the
Niemeail I Jon; Daniel In the Lion's Pin; Samson de
stroying the Uon. etc.
One nflho most interesting port ions oftho exhibition
Is formed by the display of a great collection of ,
WAX STATUARY, :
Including figures ef the size nf life, ol all the Presi
d -nts nf the United Slstos, also of .a great number of
noted characters, Amirlcss and Foreign, all of which
are accurate 'ikeoe ses, and appropriately eoaiurhed.
In fact,the w hole establishment U a vast repository of
WONDERFUL or..li:CT8 nf NATURE A ART,
the full particulars of which It vou'd be impassible to
give within the limits of a newspaper advertisement,
snd which has been brought together at an enormous
expenditure of means, forming the largest and most no
vo! travelling exhibition tn thia or any other country.
A fine ml Unry B.-.ml will perform the most popular
airs of the day, as the procession enf rs the city, and
also dm ipg thr hours of exhibition. ' ' '
The Ani'Tican Museum snd Monsgprie will exhibit
At LiuiuiVHter, Monday, SoptcmLoi at).
trice of admission 9o cants, children under 9 year
of age iOcouU. j Athe w hole nf this immense es
UblUhmeut, indiullng General Tom Thumb, the en
tirecoUsctioaof Wild Anima'a, Wax Statuary. Mr:
Pierce's Performances in the Dans.tlie Baby Klephant,
Mr.. N el lis' performances, etc., no extra charge ua
devaav sreteaca whatever, let the report b what
they may.. . Doors open from 1 to 4, and from 7 to 0
eves, P. AI. . ''. .-.! Auguallli
, ' HOAD WAGONS FOB SALE.
WS offer at private aale t woslx-horae Road Wag
ons, with broad tire. The V will be so 'd rerv
low fW cash, or we will u-ad them oo fair torms Tor
Buririos or two-horse Wsrona. . '
We hers a so the H ARNKSS for both teams. Which
wfll be ao'd upota reasooab e terms or trade as above.
Theaa articles can be seen at tha resklenea of Mr.
E. Martin, three miles North of Hushville, on the
roaro ThornvUle. " . B mclauwulin,
jAjgsstU 4wlS K. MARTIN.
' niOHGCIVC : IMP.
A New and desirable: artlele reconrtn ended '
economy, comfort and avoiding grvaae on Car
pais, Ac. They only need being sees te indues anj
aae so purchase them. The public are invited to cal
and sea the as at the city Drag 8tere.
Lancaster, June 36, . EDWARD L. SLOCUM.
PAINTS! PAINTS! ; '
TJURB WhHa Lead in Oil Vermilion ,
A do - do do Dry Patent Black . . '
Redtawd , LampBUeli
VanettaaReol . ' . ,. Tmber , , .
Lithaiage . . , RossPlnk
Chrocaa Orsen ' Chroma Tajlow , ...
Jastracaared and for sale by
Uusastar July SI G. KAUFFMAN, t ca
en , m-
aTsVEH HALs- a Milliosof Teataflvonialahave
Vrecelved hy the Prupristor of IdcAUj tar's ALL
. HEALtNO OINTMENT!
Vmb tPtiyaicians th Met
skilful s a eelebrated.
from Councillors learned
la the law, from Judges of
ceiebrtty oa the Bench,
from siinUters of the Gee
pel, who utalevmUoc an
tefrkv bare made the as
Buiiue; 11((UU In, tha path
f ot Truth, from eniightea
jf (4 Profeaaen. fross acute
MerchanU, A from Ihoee
of every a tat lee, name
and dgre among raajMind all of whkh, without
one dliisenung oojecuoo, proowuncai vwuimi tv
be GOOD! ! ' . ' '
As day by day it unobtmeiyely eateads Its sphere
of action along "the borders of our vael country, and is
circulated throughout its extent, new evidences of its
Power and new proofs of ItselDracy era continually
developed. Thm million of boxes, applied todia
ease wirhin the lest four years- tie) eatabliahed the
astounding met, beyondth power of cavil or coin a
diction, that it ia iHrAU.isi.a in the cure of all Tu
mors, Ulcer, - Sores, ' Bunu, Tatterk Piles, Scrofula,
Erysipelas, chilblains, scald Head, sore Eyes, Quinsy,
croup, Rheumatism, Broken Breast, Ague in theKaca,
corns, fcc. It completely restores the Insensible r
sfikatiok, and bv thia means opens those avenues by
which nature Intended to expel the morbid matter of
thn body tnus is me system cleansed: the piooa pu
rified: and the health restore. ...
It aaa powor to cause all external soros, Borofvl
out Uumort, and Poitonottt vxrundt to disehsrge
thoir putrid matter: and then beallhera. k is rightly
ti'iniu-' All Healing, for there is scarcely a diaeaae
external or Internal, that it wiU not benefit.- I have
used it forth last fourtees years (or all the diseases
nf thn chest: consumption and liver: in vol vine the ut
most danger and responsibility; and I declare before
ho.iven and man, that not in oa single case has it fail
ed to benefit when the patient waa within roach of
mortal mean-"' ' '
J.McALIKTKIl 141 Fulofi-et.,NewTerk. Sola Pro.
A Ik H Ukrost. Agents for Ohio. ...
Sold lv J. L.Slocum and Otto W. kraemer,Lan.-as-
tar: E. Ki.II... KushvilleiW.W.Reed. Carroll; M.Camp
'm M Plt korington: Leonard and Brother, Basil; A. K.
Mittliotr, Lorkvilla: Samuel Battle. Winchester; J
ftndalev, LithopoUa; E. tieohegan, Baltimore; J.Clay,
pool. New Salem; J. and 8. Uenbee. Amanda; Daniel
llawkin, Sugar Grove; Ashbaugh and Beery, Bremen.
October 23. 1861 SO
KmNtrnl assordlng to Act nf Oongfrss, 1n the yeai
1SH, by J. 8. HOUGHTON, M. fa., m tbe eleriea
Omce.of tha District Court Bj tha tSaMra
District of FsnnsjlTanla,
Another Scientific Wonder! .
GREAT OURB OR "
oa. j. 8. noucirrori's
DIGESTIVE FLUID, ;
OR, : GASTRIC JUICE.
Prepared from Rcxkbt, or the fourth 8tomach or
tub Ox, after directions of Babow Liebio, the
great Phyaiologlcat chemist, by J.8. Uocohtok M
D. Philau Iphia, Pennsylvania
This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indlgestlon.Dys-
pepsia, Juandiee, liver complaint, eonatipation, and
Debility, curing after Nature's own method, by
Nature's own Agent, the Gastric Juice.
JHalfa teaspoonful of Parsm, Infused in water,
'will digest or dissolve, Vit Pound aHoatt Beef
in aboiU two hours, out of the stomach.
PEPSIN U the chief element, or Great Digesting
Principle of the Gastric Juice- the tohent'Of the
food, the Purifyivg, Preserving, and ttimulating
Agent of the stomach and Intestines. It la extracted
from the digoative stomach of the Ox, thus forming
an Artificial Digestive Kluio, precisely like the na
tural Gastric Juice in Us chemical powers,- and fur-
mining a complete and pertect substitute lor It. Hy
the aid of this preparation, the pains andievils of Indl-
I' this preparation, the pains andevils of Ind
n and dyspepsia are removed.juat as the v would
a healthy stomach. It ia doing wonders for Dys-
fn i:,.. . .
:umg cmctoi uvuimy, musraiuwi, nevvvnis
d dyspeptic consumption, supposed to be on
of the grave. The Scientific evidence upon
decline and d
which it is baai
is in the highest degree curious and
BARON L1KBIO in hia celebrated work on Animal
chemistry, aaya: "An Artificial Digestive Fluid, ana
logous to the Uaatric Juice, may be readily prepared
from the mucous membrane nftne stomach oftheCalf,
In which various articles of fond as meat and egea,
will bo eoftentd, changed and digetted just in the
same manner as thoy would be in the human stomach."
Dr COM UK, in his vslusble writings on the "Phy
siology of Digestion" observes that "a diminution of
the due quantity ef the Gastric Juice ia a prominent
and all-prevailing causa of Dyspepsia;" and ho states
that "a uiatingiiisned professor of medicine in London,
who waa severely afflicted with this complaint, find
ing every thing else to fall, had recourse to the Gas
tric Juice, obtained from the stomachs of living ani
mals, which proved completely tuccettful."
Dr. GRAHAM, author of thai famoaa worksonuVe
getable Diet," says: "It ia a remarkable fact In phy
siology, that the vtomachs of animals, maeeratod in
water, impart to the fluid the property of dissolving
various articles of food, and of effecting a kind of or
tyflr.ial digeetion of them in ne wise diiferent from the
natural digestive arooeas," .
irrC'all on Ibe Acent and set a Descriptive circu
lar, gratis, giving a large amount of scientific evidence.
tlar to the above, together ith
l reports of remark-
able cures, from all parts of the United States,
i At a lhnpepna Curer, .
Dr. HOUGHTON'S PKPSIN has produced the moat
marvellous effects, in curing cases of Debility, Etna
eialion. Nervous DecHne and DytpepHe ronsumptioi.
I' isluiponaiblotogive the details of eaaea in the lim
its of this advertiseraent:but authenticated certificates
have been iivon of more than Two Hundred remark
able cares, in Philtdelnhia.NowYork and Boston alone.
Ttvnso were nearly ail desperate caaea.and tha cures
worn not only rapid and wonderful, but permanent.,
h is a great Nervous Antidote, and particularly
useful for tendency to -bilious disorder, liver com
plaint, fever and ague, or badly treated fever and
ague, and the evil effw'ts 0f Quinine, Mercury, and
othor druga upon ths Digestive Organs, after a long
sickness. . Also,for excess in eating, and the toe free
use of ardent spirits. H almost reconciles Health
Old Stomach Complaints. '
There la no form of Old SomaeKcomplaintsvrnleh
it doea not em to reach and remove at once - No
matter how bad they may be, it gi vet instant relief!
A single do is removes all the unpleasant symptoms;
snd It only needs to be repeated for a short time lo
inske these good efforts pormanont. Purity o Blood
and vigor of Body follow at once. It is particular
ly excellent In cases of Nausea, Vomiting, cramps,
soreness ofthe Dlt oftho stomach, dlatmaa .iWo.iSm,
low, cold state ofthe Blood, Heaviness, lowness of
pii-iix.uiisponunncy, emaciation, weakness, tendency
to Insanity, suicide, tic '
Dr. HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN, is sold by'nnsrlyall
the dealers in fine druga & PnpularMed1cinea,through-
nut the United Stales. It la nrenanwt in Pnu-iW and
in fluid form and Proscription rials for the Use of
UVBICISIIH. ' - . ,. .
PriViUa Circulars for the use oi Physicians, may
he obtained nf Dr. Houghton or hia Agents, describing
the whole process of preparation, and a-ivihe the au
thorities upon which the claims ot this new remedy
aro Used As it is not a secret remedy, no objection
can he T-lvA against its use bv Phyaiciansln respect a-
bit- wtitndiug snd regular practici
Hilar practice, rrl
nilar practice. Price.tl nor bottle
i J 'lnsi.iivicTiiis! F,vnry botrlo of the genuine
is! Fivnry I
lll'SIN lar the written eleaatureof J. S. HOI
TON, M D., Mile proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa. Copy.
right and Trade Mark secured.
, 1'5-oJJ by all Dviiifgists and Dealers (n Medicines.,
. JgCV--t.U AKIJ 1, M.Ul lJM. IjAMCAntll
!! !s. J. M Wh.som, Newarkr , -
- i- v, . Titoifp fe-'Fipicakot, Circleville; .
' -Maiili'Jd, (I. lloiiKHis, t'oiu.Murs .. 4T-
.11 i; It C 11 A It T TAIIORS. ,' ;
Springer V . Trent. . . ,
HAVE removed their CxeTimra Estaslish
mkt to Giesy's building, between the
Hocklrat VatleV Bank snd T. w. T.llm.d'.
.Kchance Olnce; where they have iust epened s larva
and extensive assortment ol
... Hendy -Made Clotbinfi. - . .
Whkh they will sell as low as the Sana aiialjty of
rwkiii ana wura ran oopurcnasea at any ocner eatso
lishmenl in tha city. Theirclothing la manufactured
under their own supervision and ia cansequeatly su
perior to that which ia brought from other places.
They have aire oa hand, a beautiful variety ef ,
Cloths, Cnssdmeree Testings, cfce.j
Which, they are prepared to m nufactura to order.
They have ia tHeir employ the beat of workmen and
am at all times prepared to make the beat fits and lo
the latest styles. AJl their wort will bs srarraafrd.
The public are respectfully solicited te call and ex
amine their stock, and while thankful for tha liberal
patronage they have enjoyed, they assure their old
customers snd all others that they will labor to rive
general satisfaction. both in the quality and price ef
their goods and work. 8PKIHGKK ft TROUT.
Isuicaster, May 4, 185 . v ... S
TtaTKVXB slnceshe sclenee sMedtstne dawned upoe
1 V the world, has any thing bean found so goad for
cougn and colds as sovri covsn CAirnr. awo pack
rasa resetred this day by ' K. L. SLOCUM,
' - i ' Druglt,Laatar, Ohio, !
tola Agent for Fairfield county. , Wot. VL , t
. WELCH MATIOJCAL-CIKCUat,
' asratss Caw aa4 patMnaaJi Ci
. . For 1SU. . ,
fl. BEEBT.. ....... ....... ....J. MANAfiKaw
- .'''.:.'u.: :;Aiv aoi
WILL exhibit at riUCLVIiX geptVkibsv id
Tho public are respecttully informed that thnsa
TWO VAST MK.NAGKWW, united forthewuaeui
season, form by far the largest collection of Living.
Animals ever exhibited is this or any other country.
OVER 150 ANIMALS AMD BIRO:
Can be aeea soder their apacloyl Pavillloe,, 38Q feet'
in length for ;4 ; :, . ( j ,ylf . . r
Uetr-'il nlt-K. Vv-.f WUlaS10K. .
Honrs of Exhibition from 9 to 5 P. M.. and 7 tn in'
In thn eveuing. I.'Adinuision 35 cents-no half price.
i ne v oi u-e win arnve in me town on we morning
of the 2nd inttant, about 1U o'clock, aud Use Carriages,'
Csgus, Van, containing the Aaima's, .
IM1AIYN UY IU.a.LhINLlL HUKShiS:
Headed b v Nenper's Phi'adu'nhia BOA88 BAND, will
pasa through the principal atruets, adbru-nf an oppor-'
tunity of beholding one T tlie most -ri
GORGEOUS. AND IMlWSlNtt.PROCESSIOSS
Of the kind e . er soon!
A Onwbta Parformaiiee; t tbrse Imsnesna
.. HERR DRIESBACIi in TWO, and "
Sinnore HIDtRAI.GO in the other.
In the course of each exhibit Inn. HKRR DRIER.
BACH the lar-fame LION KING. wiU entea the
dens of his Wild tenants of the t'oreat
I ION3, tKOPARDS,TIOKR3.'COCGEBS.la!.,
and give a display, the same a when ordered by that
special command of Queen Victoria, Louis Philllppe,
(fate King of the French,) Kmppror Nicholas of St.
Ptfterat ureli and the Royal Family f the Uapsburgb.
tinuseei Austria. ,. , . .: ; -.
Siimore I11DKRALG0 will also perform Ms high
ly trained Animals, separate: and entirely diiferent
from Herr Driesbach, showing tha diU'crent powura
of the mind over the Animal Creation.
Welch's National Circus.
The Proprietors of this Comnansr have affactaJ am
engagement with ths cerebrated ,. -i . ..
EQUESTRIAN TROUPE , -
Of Gen. Rufus Welch, who has for the last fire months'
been performing to large audiences at the National
Amphitheatre, rtuladelphta, composes of (he
ELITE AND FASHION
Of that city. Among the company can ha found tha
following well-known Artists, viz:
J. P. CADWALLADER, the greatest 4 and 6 horse
rider in the world. DAVID RICHARDS, tha daring
bare-back rider'. J. SWEET and LIPMAN, the beat,
scenic delineators now travelling- T. McKARLAHD,
the greatest Tumbler in the world, having' thrown
the unprecoden ed number of 78 Somerselts loTapfcf'
succession. MASTER WILLIAMS. This Juvenile '
must be seen to be appreciated by the public. .
r C L O W N 8 I I
the great American Jester.
pon his budget of fun. Also. BOB WILLIAMS.
tha celebrated Trick Clown, will appear in his nu
merous tricks. '
lanetns Hnraes knit Ponies.'" ' ''
, O-ADMIRSION ONLY 96 CENTS! , - , t,
To the whole rimihined Exliibition!!! ..
A full description of the Animals, Birds, etc;, can ba
seen by tho company's Bills at the principal Hotala.
August 11' dawsw
,. Fst ik Csis af.
corens, colds, doaeseaess,!
i CROVF, ASTH9I1, AXD
IN offering to the community tills justly celebrated
remedy fordiseaaea of the throat snd lungs, it ia
not our wish totritlo with the Uvea or health of the
afflicted, but frankly to lay before tliera tha opinions
of distinguished men snd some ofthe evidences of its
suscess, from which -they can-' fudge tor themselves.
We ainciroly pledge ourselves to make no wild as
sertions or false statements of Its efficacy, nor will ws
hold out any hope to Buffering humanity which facts
will not warrant. ,, -,
Many pronft are here given, and we solicit an In
quiry from the public into all we publish, feeling as
sured .they will find them perfectly reliable, snd tha
medicine worthy their host confidence and patrrinage.
from the Hittirguithed Pmctanr of Chemistry andT
Materia Medica, Bumloin College. ,
Dear Sir I delayed answering the roceiptof your
f 'reparation, nntil L had an opportunity of witnessing
ts effects in my own family, oi in tho' families of my
friends. - .- :,i ; ...f
This I have now done with a high degree of satis
action, In eases both of adults snd children. v ,'
. 1 hare found it, sa its ingredientt show, a powerful
remedy for colds snd concha. snd oulmonsrv diseaaea.
PARKER CLEAVELAND, M. Di
. Brunswick. Maine. Febniarv 6; K47. .
ont an Overseer Uthe Hamilton Mills, in this rftu."
'' Lowell. Ancust 10. 1849.
Dr. J. C. Ayer: 1 hsve been cured of the wont
cough I ever hsd in my life, by your "t'Hr ear Pite',
toral," and never fall ' when I have oppOrtuhit, or
recommending it to. nthorak Yoursi renpeotfully .
S. D. EMERSON. '
- ITRiod the. following,: and see If this medicine ia
wor th a trial. , Thia patiunt. had become vary feeble, -'
and the effect Of the medicine waa uumlstakeably
distinct: ., J .;i ;-.rr-n
. .Usitku States IIutfiSakatopa Rraises,
' ' :' ' " ' '' ' July 6, 1849. ft
. Dr. J.-C. Ayer Sirs I ,are been afflicted with a
painful affection of the lungs, snd all the symptoms of
settled consumption, for more thsna; year. I couH;
find no medicine, that would reach 'my case, until I'
commonco. tho line of your "Chihhv Pkotoral,
which gave me gradual relief, and I have been ateedi"
'yfi'?! '"gvsngthtill my health is well nigh raatoredt
wlillo using your medicine, I had the gratification
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Sumptnr District, who had been susi ended froro, his
parochial duties be a severe attack of bronchitis. n "
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And sm, sir. vours respectfully, , ,
' ' J.F. CALHOUN.of South CaolHii,.,
irrThe following was one of ths wont ef eases,,
which the physicians and friends thought te be inaur-r-able
consumption:- i 'imjh .:i.jrt,n,u. a
! Chesteh. Pennsylvania. AuguatfiQ. 1846,.
' ' r. C. AyerSIr:-! was taken with a terrible cough,,
brought on by a cold, is the beginning of last Febrtia--ry,
and was confined to my bed more than 9 months. .
Coughing Incessantly nightsnd dsy, I became ghastly t
and pale my eyes wero sunken sad glsasyaaiaaraay
bresth very short. Indeed. I was rapidly failingv ancU
in such diatrers for breath, that bul little hops of ray.r
recovery could ba entertained. While in this situs
lion, a friend of mine, (the Rev. John Keller, of the. ,
Methodist church) brought me a bottle of your Cnna- .
rt Pectoral, which 1 triod more to gratify him.than-i
from any expectation of obtaining relief.! Its good!
effect induced me to continue Its use, and I soea found
aiy health much improved. . Now in three months, I i
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your great medjcine. . With .the deepest rratltuda,,
yours, . . .. . JAMES GODFREy.
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