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gljc Vui) Gazette.
tiA.1. OfcHT. WINFIEL.D SCOTT
VlLlilAM 1, OIUIIA.JI,
'---' or HOBTH cinoLinA.
aEKATORIAtt ieCTORS. V
' EDWARD D. MANfeFIELD,
lat Dist. CHARLES ANDERSON,
J. SCOTT HARRISON;
THOMAS J. LARSH, .,'
JOHN W. PEFREESj
hanson l. penn. '
john milton williams
john i. van meter)
william e. finck.
james r. stanbery,
a. banning norton,
Robert b. moore,
van r. humphrey,
william l. perkins,
silas c. clark,
john a. bingham.
FOR SUPREME COURT JUDGE.
Daniel A. Ilaynes, of Montgomery.
' FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
David II. Beardslcy, of Cuynhoxa.
CITY OP LANCASTER:
Wednesday Evc'ng, Aug. 84, 1S4
Gen. PrEBCB Opposed to the Saut Skip
Cabal! April 30th, 1840, the construction
of a Canal around the falls of St. Mary,
f o. mod a subject of debate and voting in the
Senate of the United States. It came up in
the shape of a bill granting to the State of
Michigan a quantity of land to aid tht State
in the construction of the proposed Canal
Oa the third" riding there were 20 yeas and
th? nave, against the
bill, stands the name of Fraiiilin Pierce.
The Republic says, that "the best com
mentary that can be offered on this vote
which waa one of Mr. Pierce's latest votes
in the Senate on this class of questions is
afforded by the speeches and votes of Demo
cratic Senators during the present week.
The Canal opposed by Gen. Pierce is still
but a project The vast mineral treasures
of the Lake Superior region, and the rapidly
growing commerce which they have called
forth, long ago awakened attention to the
necessity of a work, which is indispensable,
not less as a means of promoting enterprise
than as a means of national defence in the
event of a war. A bill is now before the
Senate granting land to Michigan to aid her
. in executing the undertaking, and on the
present month it gave rise to animated de
bate. In the course of the debate, Mr. Cass
and Mr. Douglas spoke strongly in favor of
the measure, the former especially dwelling
imnn it as of naramount importance. Can
there be stronger proof of the weakness of
Pierce's policy, or of the repugnance with
which it is viewed by the whole West!" .
W need no severer condemnation of
Gen. Pierce than is afforded by the fuct that
the ablest and most influential leaders of his
party are constrained to repudiate the only
distinctive principles with which his Con
gressional career is associated. Upon this
vital question Gen. Cass and Judge Doug
hs had. but the alternative of killing them
selves or slaying Geft. Pierce;- and they have
naturally and wisely resolved upon' making
Gen. Pierce-the victim. The phrase is not
too strong to apply to a Presidential candi
date whose prominent Senatorial services
are thus rebuked by bis own party. ;
iVrifATi Wa om the Tbxar FaonTiERi-
Some of the Texan papers, in view of tho
threatening demonstrations recently made
by the Indians on the frontier, are loudly
sounding the alarm, and calling for assis
tance.: The Houston Telegraph of the 6th
"There no lonsrer remains a shadow of
doubt that' an Indian war is raging upon our
borders. The eavaees have attacked sever
al of the frontier posts, and have assumed a
hostile attituUe along the whole line of bor
der settlements, from the Trinity to the Rio
Grande. Several of the frontier settlements
are breaking un. and woman and children
are ncrain aeen flvine!for protection to the
rhbre aecwe points in the interior. It is ev
ident that the General GWernment has not
prepared for the emergency; and,' unless
some eflicient force is immediately sent to
the frontier bv the State authorities, not
only the frontier settlements but some of
the military1 posts, may fall into the hands of
How they Act! The Cincinnati Atlas
of Friday gives the following adcount of the
mariner in' which!' the different Locofoco
factions in Cincinnati treat each1 other in
public. Fraternal, is it notl
"Last night several anti-Miami Democrats
raised a poll at the head of Wain street, and
invited C. Reemelin to addrosa' them. As
the flag'.was about being' raised,' a? crowd
headed by Judge t linn took possession
the flair and stand, whereupon- a' genera
row ensued arid several persons were knock
ed down , and bruised, amongst them were
aome old citizens of the 11th Ward. Fliun
for a while spoke fVpm the stand; cheers
for the M-iamis and Roll were drowned by
(Sails' for the music and the cries for Reeme
lin. who took the stand and addressed his
fellow citizens in German. The Miamis
havincr supplied themselves liberally with
eertrs, made . a furious assault and drove off
Reemelin and his friends. The Miamis dis
nersed. The Anties,. on the departure of
our informant, bad suspended their flag
cross the street."
"ottoi! from the Vemezpela. The
f . Tribune notices the arrival of an importa
tion of cotton-from-Venezuela; of which 352
old at about 10 cents. If the
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present price 01 couon couimurs, muuci
eonlribut'on are promised from the same
quarter. . Cotton doea-not: grow1 there from
annuarplanta, as iH'cnir Sotithern States.but
on perennial trees, and the cotton can be had
for the picking..
It would not take many such aririburice
ments as that to induce the Southern cotton
planters to make another step In progression
and repeat their old declaration that a pro
tective tariff was-flof only constitutional.but
expedient. ' ' ; ' , ' '
fj'Madam,'' said a border to hh landla
dy at breakfast, the other morning, "your
coffee is abominable it's not settled." "In
deed!'1 coory retorted the lady.- "I think
you had better tettk for the coffee, arid then
That landlady ottgh't to be the publisher of
I newspaper.- ,
Fursacc and Mill Sale ii Pibsstlva-
ik The Clarion county (,1'a.) Kegitcr id-
vertieea coven column of Sheriff' aale.
Anion j th a properties to be iold under the
hammer will be nine iron fornacea, with fur-
nace proporty, making In alt about twenty
three furnace sold in that county within a i
year "by the sheriff. Nearly H th reatof the
property to be sold at eheriff'a aale.conaUt a
of grist mills, aaw-mills, fulling and other
When the furnace stop and are aold, and i
the luborer are driven elsewhere for em-
ploymont, the home market ia uestroycu,and 'and all proceeded on. The coach waa dam
grist mills, aaw milla, fulling mills and varl- j aged considerably.
ous other branch- of human industry are no fiin n CpcZUe. . iner-
longcr needed. , A few week, ago, however, !cliart(iM broker of New Vort, loat his life
railroad iron advanced from 21 to 31 ab plun iugintotlie alcrin .,ieatcd .ule,
ton In England. The cap.tal.8ts have auc L gaye , cllII(1 whic) haJ fallen AfU;r
ceedcdln crippling our manurac.urer. and the jhiU io the ahore, it waa dia-
now they w.ll reap (lie advantaea accruing coyered thgt Mf cu fare wa$ diHColored ,nd
to thorn from the follies of Locofocoiam. in , few mjnuteg je j, by , ruaIl of bood
I it not timo to adopt once more the Amor- !,, n ..t ... M,tt.,.
ican policy The tariff of 1840 and Free
Tradewere based Upon promises of high prices
to ilie wheat-grower, but how is it! Barely a
living price 1 obtained, and the chance of a
rise depend upon the failure of the wheat
crop in Eriglahd and the potatoe crop of Ire
land. In other words, the American farm
er's chances for prosperity, depend upon star
vation1 affd r'uin th Europe. He could not
even vla':i this. How much better would It
be and how much happier would hefeel,
when he knew that high prices for him
were caused by the prosperity of American
manufactures and American Industry!
When he knew that his prosperity did not
arise from the suffering of the famishing
children of Ireland and the poverty of the
poorer classes in Europe. There is food
for reflection here.
American vs.! Emulish Iron. The New
York Courier; Enquirer defends an increas
ed tariff on iron, and shows that American
ought to be developed, because it is superior
to foreign iron. Here are some facts from
the Courier: ,' ': ,.."."' '
"The testimony of the eminent metallur
gist, Dr. Mushet, of Scotland, is decisive.
He says' that Scotch bars do not contain
more than 90 percent, of pure metal, where
as American iron contains lull yy per cent.
But we have evidence on this score stronger
than an crpirion founded on chemical analy
sis. Late experiments at the Washington
Navy Yard demonstrated, that English chain
cable of a eertain thickness of diameter was
ruptured by a breaking strain of 716 pounds
less than was required to rupture American
chain cable of the same diameter.
"Dunne the experiments at the Washing
ton Navy Yard, the strength of a chain of
French manufacture was also tried. It
yielded at a breaking strain of 1,081 pounds,
while an American chain ot the same thick
ness only yielded at a strain ofl,277 pounds.
Similar results followed after over two hun
dred tests. W ith regard to Scotch and do
mestic iron, it was shown that the tenacity
of the latter was more than double that of
the former! These are important consider
ations, but they seem to be generally over
looked bv Uonirress. or are entirely unneea-
ed. Professor Johnston, in hi admirable
report to the Secretary of the Treasury in
1844, says that American Antnracite uoal,
not only for all navigable purposes, but for
manufacture, is decidedly superior to tne
best English Cannel. Are we then still to
be encouragers ol interior toreign iron ana
nfeiior coal for domestic consumption ui the
face of these facts!"
The New Jersey Fruiiklinite iron, which
has been tested in New York city, in Balti
more, and in the French marine- forges at
Paris, is proven to be several thousand
pounds stronger to the square inch than
Swedish,!English, or even Russian iron. It
has lately been examined by mechanics of
the National Armory, Springfield, Mass.,
with reference to the uses for gun and sword
blades, and found to be perfectly fibrous,
which is the desideratum for strength.
A Valuable Gold Minb iic S. Caro
lina. Wm. B. Dome, of Abbeville Dis
trict, S. C, has a gold mine on his farm
from which ho has taken since tbe 1st of
March list the sum of eighty-four thous
and sixty-one and a half cwts. of gold, with
only eight hands, and a small circle mill,
propelled by two mules, whieh only pulver
izes about fifteen bushels of ore per day
A gentleman writing from the mine, to the
Dahlonega Signal, says:
"The vein widens as they go down and
retains its' usual richness. They are not
vet within forty feet of water level. Should
it pass water level ana retain us present
size and richness, the probability is that its
end Will neVer bo reached by the present
generation. If the rich shoot that he is1
now operating on snouiu give oui at, wnier
level, he has then got the best gold mine
that I1 know anything about. The vein
shows plainly on the surface, a distance of
three quarters of a mile in length, and has
been tested in several plates, which shows
a width of something like four feet, and tests
to be worth from one to two dollars per bush
el, and seventy or eighty feet of that above
water level. Now just imagine to yoursen a
vein three quarters of a mile in length, four
feet wide and eighty leet to water level,
how lhng will it take eighty hands'tb exhhust!
A FftANk Cosfessio.n. There is rib itbv'
city in tho fact that tho British press is u
nanimously for Pierce; but there' are both
frankness arid instruction in the folllowing
paragraph' from' the Liverpool European
Times: ... ,
"As regards England, public sympathy, it
is'rieedless to say, ienllsted' oh the side of
the Democratic candidate.; Not that General
Pierce is considered tlii better man. Far oth
entise. He is merely accepted. as the nomi
nee of that great party in the Union who de
sire to push the principle of free trado to iu
In other terms, General Pierce is not the
favorite in Britain on account of hia superi
or fitness for the Presidency of the United
States. Gen. Scott is confessedly the supe
rior candidate so far as character, services,
and ability to maintain the honor and pro
mote the interests ofjhls country are concern
ed. But General Scott is American, and
will be faithful to the American Republic;
while General Pierce is relied upon as the
fosterer of British commerce and manufac
turers at the cost of American farmers and
mechanics. Por that reason and that rea
son only Gen Pierce -is "accepted" by
British politicians. -Cleveland Herald.
Piexcb Guards. An independent corps
called the "Pierce Guards," has been form
ed irr New Hampshire. Their equipments
consist of feathers, fans, and smelling bot
tle s, and their standard bears for a motto
"Carry me Out." -
03"The Clnoinhati Nonparid aays that
a'funeral train' pissed through that city a
few days . ago,' in ' one of the carriages of
which, two young ladies were seated reading
novels! Queer world this!
Stag Accident Thi morning u on) of
the Gordon line of coache waa paeaing over
the embankment weat of the canal, the hora-
ei became frightened and ran off, throwing
the coach lome ten feet down. There were
four paeaenger in at the time, one of whom
had hi collar-bon dislocated and another
had the side of his face esverely bruieed and ,
portion of one of hi ears partly torn off. :
mi I f a t f . I.. ! I.
"e nr,ver nno ,eB everciy injureo ana
11 1 inouffiii one 01 ue smaller oones uro
e . I
ken. Two ladies in at the time
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uninjured Nono were dungeroualy hurt
grants upon tho Steamer Atlantic , exerted
himself to save a female, but just as ho got
her to a place of safety, ho became exhaust
ed and sunk to rise no more.
TA Daily Gazette. We wish it to be re
membered that the Dailu Gazette will be sent
from this time until after the election in i
that we will send it, for the same length of
time, to responsible Democrats for two dol-
lars, payaole when Cen. Scott is elected.
Those who desire to keep ported up with the
earliest general and political intelligence,
will please bear the offer in mind.
Putnam Faitale S-minan. We direct tho
attention of the reader to the advertisement
of this Female Seminary. It is located in a
beautifjil and healthy plncc;tliebuildingshave
been repaired and refurniahedf oompetont
teachers are at all times employed; and thus
it affords to young Ladies a very desirable
place and opportunity for obtaining a Iilier.
S;okh A!c. Kauffinan &. Co., havosomo
of tho genuine article, of a most excellent
quality. It is a fine accompaniment to a
good dinncrj for those who will drink some
thing stronger than water, and they do say
it is healthy.
The "Old Drug Store" has just been re
plenished with a large and varied assort
ment of Drugs, Family Groceries, &c,
which will be found of excellent quality and
can be purchased upon tbe most reasonable
Oyster Saloon, $-c. Our friend O. W.
Kraemer, is bound to keep pace with the city.
In the way of Summer and Winter refresh
ments, he is bound to be the earliest in the
field and the laBt to retire. We are glad to
learn that he is doing a good business.
"The Doo it was that Died."-A Cincin
nati paper of Saturday, eays, "Tbe dog pois
oners were at work in "the western part of
the city yesterday. : A number of them yield
ed up the ghost." That was a pity.
fj3"A candidate in Maine has published a
card,orplatform,in which he declares himself
in favor of tho Maine liquor law and op
posed to putting it force.
PUTNAM FUMAI.E SK..H1NAUY.
rrVIIS Iiwtitution wrillHgnin commence iU ii'Boi non
J. Wednesday the lotli av 01 H -piomii r noxij ana
rill close the (11st t-rin Tueidoy, Feb. Kih, IJ3.1.
Them aro two trl Hu in the Tear with an interven
ing vacation of two wi lis..
For informution aa to the course of itu.ly, govrn
inont, 'ocation nd exorciao, rxterenco my It '"d to
the cula'oguo fortha ev, ending August,
EXPENSE OF TUITION.
Preparatory Department pel term
Instrumental Music por torm.... 81 M
Una ot lustruiuout 4,00
Board, including lights and washing, p'-r week 2,5(1
Fuol in private room, per week ,60
Communications rolative to the pecuniary interest
of the Seminary should be aldrossed to A. A. Uuth
rik, all others to tho Prin-ipal.
August '26, 1M5J C. AUGUSTA CRE(JG.
Notice is hereby given.
THAT thre will be a moeting held at Site' Ho
TBi.in PLEAS ANTVILLE, on Saturdaii,Sep
tember 1 Ith, at 3 o'clock, P. M., lor the purposi of re
organizing the "P1.KASANTV1U.E Hobsk Thief Dji-Tix-TiMQ.
All persons who are desirous of becoming member
of this society, aro respectfully solii-itad to' att?nd.
SAMUEL HITK, Chairman.
Aug. 23. 8wl5' . J. C. IIITE, Secretary.
INSURANCE, FIRE AND MARINE,
BV THB VNOERSIOXfiD AGCNT POR THB
PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.
Policies Issued at Rates of Prenilnm low as those
of any other rtsponsible company, by
WILLIAM P. CREED, Agt. Pro. Ins. Co.,
Aug 20. for iMneaster and Fairfield county
rflHERE will be aold at pubic sale at the re Jdence
A. of the subscriber in Greenfield townnhip, three
miles South of Baltimore, on the road leading from
Lancaster to Baltimore, on Thursday, September 9,
IS52, the following property, to-wit:
2 Co ts, a lot of Cows a Young cattle, a lot ol Sheep,
4 stands of Boos 2 Ploughs. 1 Shovel Plough,
t Harrow, 1 sett Plough Gnari, 1 cross-cut Saw,
1 Grain cradle, 1 Fanning Mill,
A 1 t o Shovels, Forks, hoes, Rakes, etc.
1 Dressing Bureau,?, End Tables, 1 Dining Table,
1 Kreakfast Table. 2 Stands. 1 Wash Stand,
3 Bedsteads, 1 crib, 1 Safe, 1 Mantle clock,
n.ln Annl,i.,n ami 10 n1:,t Stn.-na
for rtood a.ulcoai, 1 Man's sadefo.
1'arior, uining itonm, uou doom ana niic.u-n cna.rs,
1 Wool Wh(M)l and Reel, 2 large Iron Kettles,
A lot of articles belonging to llouso, Ukiii, Milk
house, Fluur Room and Ov--n.' Sh?d, etc.
Corn in tho Field. Oenllomon wanting corn will
please examine the corn previous to tho day of sa'o,
as it will be so d at the housa.
Sale to commence at 9 o'clock, A. M. All sums ol
J1 or more, 9 m.inthi credit will be given, he pur
chaser giving noto with approved security under $3
cash in hand
August 23, 1852
E. VV. WF.LLS.
A Fm in lr Siilr.
THE undersigned will soli at private salothe farm
be'on:iiig to tho Estate of VVrr.iiAM Jowks, de
ceased aitnated in Pleasant town-hip, Fairfield coun
ty, 1'ive.miles East of Lancaster, andcontaini. about
One Hundred and Tioenty-iir Arret qfLand. The
old Zanesville road runs through the North part of the
aaid farm, and tin Zanesvil e and Mayaville Turnpike
Road run through the South part, leaving a 'nut for
ty acre on tho South side of the Pike, and .Hording
a beautiful site for building purposes on the Turnpike
The premises contain about 43 acres ol timber laud
There is an apple orchard on tho premises of about
sixty bearing trees, and also a number of cherry trees
nd pear trees.' Tim buildings on tho premise are
a two story brick ' house an J hewed log kitchen, nd
other necessary buildings.and hewed log barn.
Term o.f Sale One-third in hand, one third in
one year, and one-third jn two years, with interest on
the deferred payments till paid.
Possession given immediately F or lurther parti
cular, inquire of Michakl JoSK. 'on the premise,
orSAiMOK Shaw in Lancaster. SALMON SHAW,
Aug. 26. , Executor of William done, deeeaaed
Kent l'.Mlo at I'livalc Sale..
THE subscriber offer 'at private sale n' excellent
farm nf 212 airroa of land, situated on Clearcreek.
In Madison township, shout four mile southeast of
Amanda, and eight mile outh ot the city, ot Lan
caster, joinings the outh the land of Lewis Young",
mill tract, on the west the lands of Isaaa Wolf nd 0
ren Abbott, on the north the land of Robert Fowler.
On said farm there ia bout 109 cre of cleared land
undercuhivariAn-. and the balance first rate timbered:
On it are tw o dwkllino Houses; ntf 3 Orchard of
choice Frail, ia well watered with good springs and
SSVia I-AU.TNQ stnCAM aVXKISO THROUGH IT,
includinif fh water privilege for a Grist or other
Mill with from 20 to 26 feet fall near the road.
For further information apply to the subscriber in
LancMtor, Ohio. 1 1 GEORGE WEISZ.
July 17, I860- . - ' - lm'U
New Yo.r. Ao. I.-Further 0.rtt,u.
lara of theCulun aflaira have been received,
. . '
Lettera from Madrid atate that if the Gov.
ernineni were conwcoa mat tuoa muaj e-
entually be loat, they would sooner the
ne.a than (he creole. ahould poaaesa the
Island. Conaef(iently, they are iu treaty ,
ujiI inna.f U..l..i...ia a,. ...... ,ti turn am M f t
7 r- -
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lift. U'tlPtl -tliA ft I ar in hit .vtaatir.njifr'd. I
;. . .!....,
, w.u ... e't ii.iiivu. m . .
paying an anuai tribute to Kpain
. an .n...l :!...... . . . L. ....
Ai other j
letter ay that comimi.iier lure leeneDWIt- Without coming to a oU the Sen
JUIUIVU a.j JJfqill tu lilt; VUUI l UI tVllglSIIU '
and France, to ak cooperation in tueaaUrea
" . .7 " y
ol the united HUtea. Jn th cae ol foil-
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consummated. Yealerdav lli Mnn ah fun.
, V :,E -,i . i i V-
H i" '"S I 'h t0r'r ? t0,"Pllanc? ,
rZ, J - Y,
Ocrcaca had been ea.led from Kpain.whence
ne eacunea 10 una country. Henor rsiam-
inn an a..l.n IM f ....... i
and bullets were f.mndJ- now in New Vork '
l..in....,..Hf.i..i..i .i...! :.J !
....... v.v.,.u ; w ... ,
of a friar, ond concealed in the buL'iriiL'e
room oi me crescent v.ny, until oouiae :
Havana. lie aiaics mat a conspiracy nia ,
;becn recently discovered in Havana, the;G(.. S(.tt,
I rniippntion n r m taw nm itrta itiwi rt 1 1 u a 1 1 r l
. Z""':"'r,L VrrJil u1
8.multaneousIy, in various place., on the ;
first of September, by renident Cubans, for
..c u. iuc auu.a i iupe ...u ....
lowers. ...'... i
Last evening. Dr. VVren, of Loti.siana,
lounuer ot ine wroer ol me wne Diar, was
presented by F.mpire Division, with a superb ;
riM 1 D i . V, . r- l . 1 ii
J he liip Robert Center, winch took fire
thp u-nnrrhpni luat inrlit n Blitl lilirtitiKV i
at the wharf here last night, is still burning,
and the main and mizzen masts aro gone.
The fire is chiefly confined to the aft half.
She was loded with a valuable cargo, for
Washiigtor, August 21. Smate. Civil
. and diplomatic bill debated during morning
Tbe river and harbor bill was taken up,
and varioua amendments mukiiifr appropria
tions adopted. The item appropriating $260
000 for the Mississippi, Missouri, Arkansas
and Ohio Rivers was stricken out, and there
was inserted in its stead: for improvement
of the Missisvippi below the Rapids, 90,000;
for tho Ohio, including repairs of the da mat
Cumberland, 90,000, and for the Missouri and
Arkansas rivers 40,000 each. Without com
ing to a vote on the bill.
The Senate adjourned.
House Passed a bill authorizing soldiers
in the late war with Great Britain to surren
der their bounty lands unfit for cultivation,
and select others in lieu thereof.
Senate bill granting Michigan certain
lands for rail road purpose was passed.
Washington, Aug. 21. Mr. Joseph R.
Ingersoll, of Philadelphia, was confirmed by
the Senate to-dny.as Minister to England,
vice Abbott Lawrence, resigned.
Arrival of lite Atlantic.
New York, August 22. The Atlantic
arrived here this morning, from Liverpool.
There is increased pressure in the money
market, in consequence of the fishery ques
tion. Cotton market has been niodirate. Busi
ness doinr in wheat with an advance from 3
. a I lii I i r ai . , r.
to4-l. Hour advanced from 6d to 13. Com
Accounts from the English and Irish ac-
ricultural districts are utrfavorable, purlieu-
I.. ... ,, ..vuhn.b,, u.a uu,w.,uu,.v....
la-ly for wheat and potutoe:
Itoes. Accounts trotn
the French agricultural districts, are also un
Napoleon Bonaparte, son of Jerome, is
coming on a temporary mission to Wash
ington. Tripoli alTuirs settled no bombardment.
England assures Austria she will keep an
eye on Kossuth. Cape alTuirs desperute.
The Fishing question is discussed in Engli.-di
papers with amicable feeling.
. The Ijontlon Times attributes the difficulty
respecting the extradition of Kainc, to Irish
votes, and the approaching Presidential
- Albanv, N. Y., Aug. 22. A skiff upset
midway this city and East Albany; 15 to IS
men, women and children overboard; 8 or
10 were picked up by boats, the remainder
drowned; the boat was overloaded. The
accident was caused by a person attempting
to pick his hat out of the water. Seven
bodies recovered up to 7 o'clock this after
A JLic Stopped.
Baltimore, Aug. 21. The Norfolk Cour
ier publishes a letter from Senator Wade,
of Ohio, in which he denies that General
Scott made to him the assertion that he
would sooner cut off his right hand than
lend it to the support of slavery. No such
declaration was mado by Gen. Scott, to him
or iu his hearing.
Pittsburgh, August 21. A very enthu
siastic Whig mass meeting was held last
night, and about 1000 persons were present.
Cornelius Darragh, Esq, presided. The" meet
ing wasaddressed by Messrs. Darragh, Darsie,
Swartzwelder and Crawford, of the St.
Charles Coffee House. A number of songs
were sung by the Glee Club, and hree
cheers civing for Scott and Graham.
River 12 feetl inches and fulling. Wenth- !
er cloudy, with indications of rain. j
From Jttin.iln. I
Buffalo, Aug. S4. The Common Coun-
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cu nau a meeuii, auu noiineu tne citizens
to turn out to-niirht in enso of fire. Milita-
ry ordered under arms, as firemen threaten
' . . . , . . ' , .,
to resist the attempt to work the engines.
An inquiry was had in the Atlantic catos-
troplie last night. The evidenco strongly
inculpates the olhcers of the propeller.
uouot ne viomieu vuo ru.ea u, imvignuo...
.1 l.a - 1 . .! -!..,. .1 a. I 1 ..r a'
Proved the Atlantic was well provided With
lile preservers; but want .of presence of
mind prevented passengers availing them-
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selves of them.
no vfifi .it iham
Tlti' California Einijji'ant.
Lpm9v.Li.E, August 33 -Cant Ketchum,
lately from the command at Fort I.aruinie,
arrived at St. Louis, Tuesday. Tho emi
gration to California, via Salt Luke, had
commenced passing the Fort when ho left.
Sickness' hud generaly disappeared, bnt
considerable quarreling prevails among dif
jg - .
. Captain Marcoy.
Ophis, Aug. 21 . Letters have been to
here from Captain Marcey, at Fort
Washita, and dated August the 1st, officially
announcing his arrival at his post, with' all
under his command.
LyttK, Aug. 23d. A riot occured at this
place yeeterdajr while tho officers were at
tempting to serve a liquor warrant. Con
siderable excitement prevailed. One offi
cer was wounded, it is feared mortally.
Lotus, August, 23. The steamer
2, tor Louisville, burst her
boiler on Sundav : 30 scalded. 9 killed .nd
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,hT B,rer a ,Urbor . Douglw
Dnfrd IB ltnbfftnfil luf tmnt nar Ik
1 Butet to Uivy tonnage duties on eU
for River and Harbor Imornvcmnta
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,-1'. , Mr .r0"1" -
i,wva .i.. . "
1 ne intendment appropriating 100.000
iw ujv riui ui me ned u.ver Kill, waa
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Biriiiriiwu, ra imaj hi .
. . . . lue wreaawatt-r
Tne jnliul0uri River appropriation waaatrick-
ni i ii i (run 11 Mnmr. iaiii.h
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a, l i t
.fp rr D PP",ltel ,
Heaara, jnson, xenn., Howard, Uunrmn.
rt..r....an nJ Prtrm Ifirwr HoUn rr,.L.'
j - ffw j
mittee, to investigate tbe I act touching the
, i: ...i .i o. I
m and the coyn.aion oftfce. '
-UryCorwin therewith, a. called for by
n-Autiw adopted yeslerdrry. Mr. Duncan -
waa excuaed from the committee. HoOae
reauuied the consideration tl the bill to ae-
icure b)(iu.r of .,,,,. on .e.m.
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JJ(e ullge tf.n wet ,nto committee on
the bill niakins appropriations forthesup-
port of liiiht houite
made a political speech abusing
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muilr. 3ir. u.der, Ircm the Judiciary
committee, reported llouae bill declaring
thff WliolinrF t,rift,p lu.f.il IpaiMiir. .n
recon,meIldilli5 iu b 0 e- Ali unl)UCce
fu eflrt WB8 flIl40 to it .
The Kl;la.ra appropriation bill was then
taken uu and debated until tha exDiralHinuf
the moriiin? Ii ,ur, wdeii the river and harbor ,
1..11 ..,i,n ti. o...t;-
w on C0curTlg itJ 8mei!dmenU made in !
comiiiiiu-e ui mu wnoie. ine nrst wi
ninety ,10U()and doari( for" tlie HiMiM..
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committee of tint whole. The first was
ana unio rivers, and 940,000 each for the
Arkansa and Missouri river, $150,000 for
the purchase of snag boat and dragging
machine for' the three rivers. The first a
inendment was adopted after a lqpg debate.-
BALTiftofcE, August ii. At a Cjerman
ball last night a riot occurred and a German
named Potts was killed by a pistol shot, and
other were badly wounded.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF GROCERIES
At the Old Stand ofGeorge J. Wrgom.
THANKFUL for past favors, the subscriber re
ie( tl ull y informs his old cuaomera and the pub
lic generally, that he hai now a full and complete
Stock of FAMILY UROCKRIKS, embracing, in
! fA ttlKKKr-Hio a1Ml Java, of the beat quality:
; y! TKA Youn Hyson and I m peris':
i-"jsil(iliu f)..l.-;.:..j T e ...v..
............ . U. . . . Umj , JUf, iiWM
and New Orleanit;
MOLASSES Heat finldnn Svran. KtlMr Hninji
' and New Orleans;
'Jar ajft'tHo-r lSH WMte Fish, Mackerel and Cod.
-i-JaJall Iresh; also, Herring;
TOBACCOS A prime article of Rell and Ro
binson's Cavendish, and Allen's best pound luma; also.
a good artie'e of spun, Nai Rod and si Twist; Also,
Anuerion a line cut cnewing and sn.oK.ng looaeco;
Sl'lt'Kti Pepper, Alspice. Oiniwr, Clovea, Cinna
mon and Popper Sance;
VY. h I V r r o-lnuleo. M-1Jer. Locwrno at Hum;
LKiUORS Port, C aret, Muscat and Ma'sgiWines;
a prime article otCogniie Brandy, New Engwd Rum;
Rye and Wheat Whiskey, sold in no lea quantity
than a quart.
Besidua a great variety ol article usually kept at
s.inrar estao'iaiunenu, all ot wnicn win oe so aai
as low price as t any other house in tbe city. (
A continua-ica of the patronaee of the pub ic is re
tpectfully solicited. (iEOHGE i. VVYGUM.
Lancaster, August 4, 186i -
G.cal !tIilii-lurorlVorliii hit liild-
icis niitl other.
sMrrn wn atkixsok's abikrioah woaai ktllkk.
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i ' a mis flipuit-imi naa ueen manuiacturea dy nmiui
,ndAtkinon for soyeral year., and ha been used
with great success byPhysician and others, in various
' partsofthe United State, many thousands of bott'ea
i "V? .bee" 'eld-and the univeii apodal it met
j Pmvu that it needsonlv atrU to aathfv the roost in-
credulous of it cr?at ralue.the size of the bottle has
bjen enlarged, so that it ia one of the cheapest a well
as most va.uauie norm n.eu.cioes ever oneroa u ine
?uhlic; and the person buying this article aet tbe
ull ralur ol his money in quality, which is a fact well
Do careful to s.k tot 'Smith and Atldntm't Amer
icm Worm Killer," and soe that the name of Smith
and AtHiton is on the Bottle in raised Letter.
RF1AD! SKA I)!! BRAD!!! BKADHM BEAD!!'!.'
Relief for man and beast. The horacman'a hope,
or r'anner' Kriend. Arrangements are now made
for the supplying the public with thia great remedy,
which has been uied with wonderful success by those
who have had an opportunity of testing its virtue.
No family should neglect to have a supply; and all
persons would do well to keep aome by them to be
used in case of accident to man or horse.
For HO.iaaa, etc For the cure of sprain bruise,
ssddle and collar galls, swelled Joints, stiffness and
weskness of the legs, old sore, scratches, etc.
r'oa Maw For the curs of rheumatism, lumbago,
sprains, swelling bruiaes, sciatic pains, atilfoess and
weakness of the limbs, and other accidents and afflic
tions to which mon and animala are liable.
Prepared only bv Smith an4 Atkimso.v, 283, Balti
more street, Baltimore.
For sale by Kauttinan It co , Lancaster, John Leo
nard, Basil; E. Goehegan, Balti nore; Isaac Jonea.New
Salun;E. Kalb, Ituahvile; Otto H. Mcel er & co.,
Somoraet A so for sale in Circle ville, Ohio.
TVs preparation has been before the pub ic a suffi
cient time to have its merit fairly tested and the re
port received from vaiims parta of the country,
prove it to be one ol the moat valuablo remedies ever
otfured, both to man and horse.
Augur 6, im. 15
Snle of Real Estate by order of ConrU
ON Saturday the 4th day of September, 1852. be
tween the hours of 8 o'clock. A M. and 3 o'clock.
P. M., at the e-iurt-house in the city of Lancaster, will
be sold to the highest bidder.the following Real Estate,
as the property of C. J. Amdt, deceued, to-wit: being
Lota number throe and four, containinc four acres
each, of the subdivision of the land of Christopher
Weavor.lato of Fairfield countv. deceased, in section
No. 3li. township No. 15, of rang No. 19, north of the
city of Lancaster, as subdivided by H. H. Huntorand
F. A. Foster, administrator of said Estate. Also an
irregular and unaurveyed fraction of land supposed to
conUinabout one acre, being other part of ssidsection
v . od t.i i. i .... 1. -.1 I . v. n n .v.,.w r a9,H
county, by a chango in t'.io original location of the
state road n-om Lancaster aioresaiu to tne cit y oi -o-lumbus.
taid premise subject to dower of the widow
as Uicrein hnretolbre assigned appraised to ft720.
Term of Sale One-third in hand, one-third in one
and the robMuo in two years from the day of sale with
interact on deferred payment from dav of sale.
JOHN D. MARTIN, Adm'tor,
de loni nontxf CJ. Arndt. dereaed.
July 23, 1352 $3,5D 6wli
! T!iWn-"hil heretofore """j," botwrenkHr-
X 0. E. Davis and Dr. James an Pearse, has boon
di0Vea thu day, bv mutual consent. The nMes
'andacrount-iare iu my hinds. O. E. DAVIS,
Ui.?ter, August 16,18-iJ.
NOTICE TO MY FKIR1I)S.
. g fh trMk of lua Hail Road PM.es throueh mv
j landand many persons, Isdies, gentlemen and
chidren, in 'rge number nxiousto oe ti-.ework,
! without thought, pass through the gates, leaving them
I onen no that the horses and cattle eet awav, and tlw
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constant passing inrouj;n tne news tramp es aown tne
I Erass,ihjict;ngmeto much annoyance: Thu utmost
1 nwixH-tfiillv to reouest all my frienda who mav wish
Z&&Z Th'i.ill g.
them no add.t.ona' trouble and save ma much
willingness to gratify the public in any reasonable
way, 1 think win not Da oouoted, ana i trust in tnt-i
respect a word to the well-disposed will be .ulfii-ient.
Most respectfully, D TALLMADOK.
Lancaster, August 10-3n.-agle St Telegraph copy
ALBERT STRODER & CO.,
Faahloia.bl Barbara .nd Ilalr-Dreeier.
RERP constantlv on hand s splendid srticle of
Hair Oil and Perfumery for aale, tnd are pre
pared to do Shaving in the most approved style at
their Saloon, one door eouth of the roil Ojfce.
Ijncastor, August 10, 1H62
WVOL JAM AHD KETAIL lit AlW in" ,
Every' Yarietf of Family Groceries lro
visions, NotioiiK, Cordage, Tar, Glass
. and Storfe ware,
mXin strf.kt, Lancaster; qhio.!
INVITES the atteation of the country and city trade
to his extensive arrival from New Yora, which
makes hb assortment complete. He I ready at aft
time to attend to the want of hi customers, and let
it be understood at all times that he soil on the aver
age lower than any , house in Fairfield county, with
the expresa understanding that any article bought at
- inn. ot tne rnia, un nionrr " t -
Unca-ter,Juiy 80; IW2
TitbasOAT, At oust 26. Wheat ha. ad-
ranced and we now qute at 60. Oati IS(iJ : God, on Sunday the rjili Innt. Rov, V, P.
20. Corn 83ii35 anj warce. Rice 6 at I I.mann auit E. Grnenwald, both of to
wholesale and 7 at retail. . . j lunibiw, are expec tcJ to preavh on tlie o -
littail Muriel. The vegetable market aion, the farmer at JO o'clo A. M., in the
continue well aupplied and we quote Pota- german. and the latter at 2 j'clutk V. M., in
toca at30r(40; awert-potatoea at I .So; to-: the rngiUb ! mtruatro.
matoea at 4020; apple at 3040; pcacliea ' August 33d. 1 8i2.
very acaree at 3,00; green-corn 6c per dm- I
en. In the meat market, there i nurhunjre. ' 0,-tobrr fjlfn-liau. .
Melon of all kind are plenty and atill com- j Mx. J'.ditoh By announcing Mr. A. L
mand a gdefi. price: . SIMMUNS.aa a candidate for jlier!0"of this
Hi-...ti A...- a? Pi..... m
M.,wmw, luur , urre ,
trik inauirv for Fl.rtir at redur.d nrir.-k s
morning, before iff.? reeit of the
aM - It'r
new, and sale were made, of;
loo bbU. irood Ohio and
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. V' " 'Tl I
olZ Um'Z iZT
Since eastern artvic-. the market has been
On.eltled, holder. fe'uliL wieS
Wheat Waa in good demand at the ooen-
inor f lhf msrV,t ., . b?
e 1 - t aw Bin i ii in lai r a ur-
i.nic .j.,uuu uu. ui wiia! unio i
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icnangca ai owosj
cnangeu ii oioaj iniiy at the lower i
;bgure. Minre Ilie atearner new ai
ceiveiLthe martel Y.l taken a wulil
and alt White inheld out of market.
i ii. re
were also aalea this morninir of 34,000 bo,
Upper Lake Koring at 56c; 8300 mixed Ohio
at 89c, and 7700 do at 81), 800!) do on private
Corn Steady, and in moderate deinind.
l--v land narbrt.
CLeveIaio, Auj. 24. Receipt of Orain
1'lfht, and rery little i
and rery little in market. Kale of
wheat ha l,oen made at ni.it. n J..n
Yesterday 2000 bu Northern, afloat, at 77c;
,2000 do at 78c; 2000 white at 80 tc; 2000 do
at 87c. To-day a boat load Southern sold
oh private term. Market firm at above
rate. White 8787j; Northern 7980;
Southern 77f78c. Corn Sale last even
ing 2,000 bu at 52 Jc; good for 54c atloat.
Flour No sale.
Icw York imarkei.
New V'oBit, Aug. 24. Sale 6,000 bbla
Flour State 4,50, Southern 4,Gd. Sale1 of
15,000 Wheat, Ohio 1.1 Ij, Genessee 1,05.
Sale 100 bu Rye at sic. Salea 10.C00
mixed Corn at 70(g7I; yellow 73 j. J'ork
and beef unchanged, Kale 100 shoulders
at 8); hams 10. Sales 150 bbla Ohio Whis
ky at 25.
Cisct!iATf, Aug. 24 Flour at 3425 and
dull. Whisky declined to 17. Market!
generally ouii. iviver sianouary. mer
mometer 90 weather cloudy.
Hoes. The Richmond (Ky.) Slessenger
of the 13th says:
Some 3000 hogs were sold In this county
the past a:.d preusntweek to Tenneaans
at 4,50 groaa. They drive them to Tennea-
see to fatten, and Uience taae tnem to me
Southern market. The prire in this region
aeni. to be firm, with an upward
at these figure. We understand that ome
have been sold in Garrard county at 4,75 to
go in the same direction.
A a;reat tutm at Asthma r Phthlale, by -
lata; the )xranatesl Blttera. I
OsroRDViLLE, December 24, 1851 Mrtsr$. Reed, i
Bate tc A.tin aentUmen-lt i, . pleaaure to me
. . .f
to son ounce publicly, the benefit which my son, Hen
ry B. Derby, has received from the nse of your Ox
ygenated Bitter. The simple fact are aa follows:
Henry ia now twent-two years old, and has suffer
ed from Asthma or Phthisic, of an hereditary charac
ter, more or lea every year, since hi remembrance,
the severest attacks occurring in the warmest weath- j
er, and continuing at intervals, with greater or loss
severity, during the Fall Season. These turns usual
ly lasted from three to nine days, destroying his ap
petite and sleep, and.entirely unfitting him for any la
About a yeor ago last Augast, ha retired to bed
one night, in his usual health, but after a few hour
awoke, and finding it impossible to remain longv in
bed, got up and resorted to his usual medicine. Thia
gave him little relief; and after waiting till morning,
I gave him a teaapoonful of the Oxygenated' Bitter.
The effect was immediate, and so powerful, that he
waa able to take breakfast and perform a day work.
He continue th use of the Bitter through the
day, and a off era no more from tbe attack. He baa
experienced but very little inconvenience from Asth
ma sinca that tim. ami unnn the return of anv svmr-
toms. uniformlv receive, the happiest effects from
the use of thia medicine.
REED, AUS1 IN. Sc Co., Wholessle Druggists, No.
26, Merchant ' Row, General Agent.
Price, tl p bo, tie; six bottles for $5. , vins, apUut,.nd.aU duease wnicu require aa exuar-
. Sold by G. KAUFFM AN Ic Co , Lancaster. o .tarulirg cured b II. Q Far
. o . - .. ! relfi Arabian i.iahnenf.
A too A MoTHKa-SutTeruig from diseases to , Mr Q fnrrcli.-Dear Sir. I hl been afflicted
which females are generally subject, nse) Dr. S. D. with the '-Sun Pain" for the last ten years, and could'
Howe's Shaker Saraaparilla-it will certainly cure you. ' "ever get relief except by bleeding; but by the use e
.. , rtu , r, ! H. G. r arrell'a Arabian Liniment, applied over tbv
Mihinr iMmale. old nr vnunir r.r. and iru Kami. ""o , ir
ly should have this excellent F tmily medicine by them,
Call at our deoot. or on one of our Aa-onta. and ael a
pamphlet, gratia, where you will find fact! facte!!
fact!!! that can b. .ubstantUted by thound. of liv-
ing witnessea in this city and country, viz: that the
j shaker Siraaparilla, aa prepared bv Dr. S. D. HOWE,
k ,u7L... f .,,; -. j;
1 "" been the means of permanently caring more dia-
; eases to which the human family are continually ub-
ject, than any other preparation of Sarsaparilla ever
yet brought before the public. See Advertisement.
IT-ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER' Ijt
FOUNT to DrpEPTics. Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
n I-,,, i v i'i . T ru- . . r.j...' j . . i
' f p,.x-N-,?T -h ..,
r--i -. J -
uirections of Baron LIEBU", the
great Physiological chemist, by J.S. IIocohton, M.
l)Philadelphia. Thia is truly a wonderful remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, liver complaint,
constipation anil debility, ruring after Nature's own
method, by Nature's own agent, the t! a trie Juice.
Pamphlet, containing Scientific e v ide.ice of its value,
furnished by agents gratis. Soe rxtire among the
medical advertisements. 47
Rrceiptx for the Gazette.
E. W. Wells 2,00 T. I. Ashbrook 1,75
Daniel Ruffner 1,75 l'osey Askin 1,75
John Gill, C. Kinscr.
umnirn t -u .n.i.' - i
MARRIED On the 19th inst., by the
n nr:n: I a rrr tt nice-
Rev. II. Williard, Mr. JACOB H. GIESV.
of this city, to Miss JULIA ANN WOLF or
That pecu'iar acceptable donation is grate-
funy acknowledged, with the assurance that
! it was despatched with due decorum, with a
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j thousand wishes for the welfare, prosperity,
. happiness' and long life ol , the donoraJ
Long may they wave."
Oa theEvenir,gofthe22lh. inst. by A 1-
ireo uxcieign, c(i. mr. tjutrAKii uc."-
HiiU Art of lJaltimore, to'Mlaa MA Kill a
T. LILLY.'of this city.'
; HEW ADVIORTI.SKWENT.
rOA RAOHTY, at Xtf sfri of the Oolo H a
.'.( M.u.fr.,110 ;nrnrn.i iha citizens of La
terand the public generally, tn.i ne na. openeu, o
dwa East of the H-wking Valley Hn!t. in the build
ing occupied by J. Frank, as a clothing store, a
Vltca.llkerall 'vlr, BlblliAmesst.
snd Is not caly a'U ,lmR Prepared to repair
WATCHES AliU JEWELIIY,
"".U tat nnfM-A. hnf tlM sTtdf A fine let of DSH
VVatche. Vfocin, Jewelry, Fine Pocket Knivc.Port-
and.nanv other actions oh hand, which he is
j willing to dupos of at a low price as any other ea-
(Ahlishinent wesi o. ine uiuuuiauia.
My motto is small profits and quick sale, as ray
name ia "neither Abraham, haaenor Jacob" nd
every article I sell, I halt warrant. .
Those wanting fine Clock or Watch are requested
to call before purcha.sng elaewhere, end I am aure
that you will not leave disaatlnfied.
May 18. dl(M JAMES GARAGHTY.
II I a ilk iiniinon
The CSerman Eran-roliu I.HtJi. rivn Clr.rvh,
at the weatern enj of Multrrv Sireel, mil
be I,iIkui J to the Itrvifft f Ihii inn
county, at the ensuing election, you Hill
Iconfera favor on hia manv friend. If e-
. hi . i . ' . ii . . .rt
iucieu, ne win niaxe an rxceiieni ;na cv'
ru nt irfTC. r M,..t.., r.i.unn
Mu. Editob: -If Mr. Johb Fhjtflr will
rr,nr-nl l,i li ran. liilnl r.irfniTNTV A It.
. y .
t the coming, electioa, be w.ll b
tV'uics and Democrats.
Ma. Weaver: Pleaae announce Mr..
ISAAC COMER a a auitable peraon for a
candidate for tho office of Assessob of Hock
ing and Beine townabipa. Mart Voters.
William lUnrsh' F.otutr.
jVOTICK ii lirrt-by ((Ivan lli.it th mibicriliir lii"
il t"n uppointP't and atuHfidi Exwuforoa th
nuUu! - itiau Mamsii, lla of r'tirtkU cOLMy,"
b.ul tt Lancaster Uiis 17th day of August, 1US1.
.- .ATMAXIi'L DTOLTa. -
F.ztntoT 0 Ii Cliam Marth-
AFI.JST RATE articloof CIDER VINKOAH
that nn'i be b at, to be had ai the CITY OHO
CKH YSTIHlK 11. A. GJLUELEIN.
August 10, dlwl?6
ADivi-ii-iid of IUhikl Ijcwh ICo'i effect, will
be made on or about the 2rth of October next
Su h of th creditor s hare not f rented tucir
c aunJardTrrtiuPftted to do an.
U lLSON A ML'MAUCII, Ainee
Laneaater, Ju'y Vt, d!67
Poeket Book', Wallet, Porte .Motile.
AND CARD CASKS of every kind nd style,"
jut received and for aale vry 'ow at the book
store of July 80 JOHN I.. TUTHII.L,
Or. X. V,
THK rcmir'.:b'o mnitive powers of Th. S. P.
Tuwwnd'a HarnapariU. hare induced numer-.
lous a'toi..ts to counterfeit It, snd make fraudunt
uwol Ur. 1 ovxtjexD a Kmc to st cure me saia 01
Thorn counterfeits and UniUlions on:y raov Ovr
VALraof the okiuisai; and no hiu.ikr cnvpti
MirTCou d tie paid to Dr. M. P. Townaend' Eklract
of Sarajpari a, tlian laborious elforts that bar been
n.aiie by many to get up something like it.
A aunp'y of the Genuine Article, kept coontanlly
on hand by KALFi'MAN tt CO.
Uncatr, Aupuit 4. 1SSQ . '
NEWTON KClILElClf,' ...
Ait'y At Counsellor at Law. Notary Public.'
OFFICE In the TalunadB Block, eceod Boot
ailiomins Mvor Creed's othc.
26. f63 H
George Hommtri Prtminm Euence of Coffee
KARVrACTCRKD BT DaHIKL BonLER It CO ,
. U...7 ,k ..... . n UH. a ;.. , r. r.r
j s d wi(h4
J mwU, in he Amu.ic,D'institute, Hew York, a'ao
i with the first premium for such article in tne rank-
j lmtitute. Phi adelphia.
j our Agent, and at the principal Drug and Grocery
j store throughout the I'nited State.
Es h" been proven by many thousand
of th ncheat and most respectable famil.e, aa welt
aa bv the poorer clans of people, slmcut through the
whoe txitod hute,to be by farlhe best preparation
of corlee ever offered to th public. Coffee made by
thia Csaeoce is much more wlu esome. more delicate.
fiM,r c' ' " everJ mjUncc'
superior to the unest Java I otlee.
In order to eive full satisfaction and proof that the
above article ia perfectly healthy, and to show some
thing of the deserved reputation it ha gahaed and just
ly entitled to, we annex a few certificate and recom
mendations, particu'arly re'ating to health, from Dr.
Booth and Dr. Chilton, practical chemists and Anaiy
sitts of the citie of Philadelphia and New York.
College Avenue, Tenth ttreet, below Market,
Philadelphia, ScptemlierA, 151. '
I have examined the esaence of Coffee manufactnr
ed by Hummol, Bohler k co., and find that it eon
atituent are not in the least injurious to health, it
ma v be used freely and wi h i-erfect aatety.
3 . . JAMES BOOTH,
Pro. of Chemistry applied to Art, Frank in Institute. '
! A'o. 73 rAomier frf, A'cw York, Aug 22, 1H61.
: I have examined an article prepared by Measrs."
Hummel, lion er and co , Phi 'adelphia, called Easence
of cotfee, which ia intended to be used with eotfee,
for the purpose of improving it, 1 find it free not onl y
.rom any thing injurious to haalth, but, on the con-,
trary, the ing.edients of which it is comoosed are per
fectly wholesome. J. R CHILTON. M. D. Chemist.
Koraale by O. KAUFFMAN co , Agents,
and other Druggists and Grocers generally
Lancaster, Ohio, August 3, 1852
H. 6. Farrell's Celebrated Arabian Liniment.
Every family should at once procure a bottle of
1 the zreat Arabian reroadv for man and beast, called
I &: FarrtWi Arabian Liniment. It allay, the
I most intense pain in a few minute., restores the
! synovial fluid or joint water, and thus cure stiff joint;
: it p-.inet rates the lleb to the bone, relaxes contracted
. cords, cures rheumatism and palsied limbs ol twenty
. . ..... K 1 ...nnM " nil i I nuelr lnra-
, en of and i the best medicine for ail-
i ments of cattle ever discovered, curing sweeny, spa-
temples about tliree or four times a day, it wa en-
i tirely removed, snd I have felt nothing of it since. I
i went into the stable one mifht. toaDnlv it to a home
or leg- nl being very lam he stumbled and I tell
I TLVlAXn HZ
powerless. 1 applied your Liniment, and wa Weil
I enough in few davs to go about again a usual. I
llso crushed my finger in shocking manner, by let-
; ; m . fa . Umroent soot nasi-
ed it op. though. JOUN B. NcGLE.
U Salle Precinct, Teoria, co., 111.. Feb. 6. 1S40.
Esq. Barker, of Hew Canton, lllinoi, ay:
Mr. ti. O. Fan-el's Arabian Liniment ha. cured some
bad csaes here, which every other remedy had failed
In; one waa a white swelling and contracted cords in
tho lov nf a hnv twelve veara old. 1 ne lei
leg nan with-
ered avav, and was so contneted that he had no ue
.:-. , l. j . j .i : .1: n
of it. Three doctor had tried their skill upon it in
vain, and he tea font sinking to the grate, when tbe
boy's lather was induced to try H. G- Farrell's Ara
bian Liniment. Before the first bottle waa used up
he came to Mr. Jli's store, and the first words he said
were, "Mr. Barker. I want all that Liniment you have
in tho store; the one bottle I got did my boy more
good than all that had ever been done before." Thaf
boy is now well and hearty, and ha free use of hi
legs. It ia good for sprains, bruises, cut, bum and
Look out for Counterfeita!
Thepul'lic are cautioned against another counter--feit,
which has ltely made it pperance, called
W B. Farreil' Arabian Linimen't, the most dangerous
of a!l the eoun'-erfeitf., because his having tho name
of Farreil, manv will buy it in good faith, without
tbe knowledge that a counterfeit exists, and they will
perhap onlv discover thoir error when the spurious
fixture ha wrought its evil effect.
i .... I l..kTf n
The pnnuinA article ia manufactured pnlvbv II. G.
FarrelF, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale
druggi't. No. 17, Main street Teoria. Illinois, to whom-,
.11 applications for Agencies mu.it bo addressed. Be
sura you get it with the lettors H.G. before Karroll'a, '
thua- il.G. KAausu.'a-and his .ignature on the
wrapper, all others are counterfeita.
sSSby U- KAUKFAIAN 4 CCUncasto!
and bv rerulailv authorized agent, throughout the
United States. Price 1" snd 50 cent., ant) 1 bottlo.
AGLNTS WANTKD in every town, village and
hamlet in tho L'nitod States, in which ene is not el
.blished. Adilress H. G. Fsrrell aa above.
accompanied with good reference to character, m-'
August o in
IJiirht loin' t'ublil
WUICII ia having an unprecedented run i Jest '
received and lor aale at the book store of
JOHN L. TUTHiLL,
July 30 Telograpli Bui'ding.
NEW BJOKS! NEW BOOKS!! r
JUST received at the ritv Book Store, opposite F. '
A . Khielfpr'a, the following works:
TNCLE TOM'S CABIN By Mi. Stowe.
Five years in South Africa,
Knyard Taylor' Letters from California,
The Word in a Pocket Book,
. All which will be so d at the lowest pries ,,
Augut9,lS52. JOHN SiiAMXS.
I'llloburfill' Window I-Iik. ,
f Boxos aasorteo. from 8x10 to 50x30, jiiit re-.
1x10 to 2OxS0. iiirt
'-k t ceived and for sale by
KAUFFJdAN ic CO.
July 30, 1H65
A Fine assortment now unpacking at WIS E'er
Incaate. aov 8. 1K5U. VI