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CITY CF LAN CASTES.:
K!iliirilT r.vfiiiliiT. Ana. SI,' 1 1
A Falsehood Coirectbd. Oua
Whig exchanoyg ay that Scott ncv
lfd tndffHHt and never lost battlt.
hietorv tells us that he h"" ,,lost d'S3,t
- ami .11 ,-r,l:th!e defeat and lost a u
Queen-town Hti!.'hte, on the 13t'i of Oct
her, 1813. In that battle he was not only
defeated by greyly mlerior lorco, dui ne iolJ eMivT u( l)lc.
.. kt - v . I : rAmMiMinilaa ni tne tnumnmu uase"-
A Voice from the bount-ine w. : , 1H.
Creacent of August 5th baa an article on the j fi Trei ,hroiigh the beautiful
nrojrrof the cause, from which we taTte , D( Central Ohio. I have been cs!M
the following! :' - " ' ' j by business to eojc
The Whi"s arc rallying in' the vindication city or Lancaster.,
of their honon-d nnd prrmn political faith At this sohroii of tho
l . : ' r' . r. J... , it..
ly DtlaincM so sojourn lor n ct wuw ... .
year, when nature
nmnnl lit ndinii.
l no question or that, spite ol the jsni'i-rsoi on- w wi ricny u..i..u, - -
of our Uaonit8; a.)itO of some reluctant ljc11n? of; the nieturewjueVie' presented to the trav-
er ve' I submia ion to the rriertion of "a preferred i eli-r upon hi app.oncli lo tuia ocuutiiui
Nw ! f-iorite. Fillmore or Webster." or Critten-! )ince. The tall npiros of the churches,
rouslden: Fiiite of some preiudice (n uv diJproveu) rprinriii:r up from thick clusters of trees ;
attle nt i , ,,, ,;... ,;. vi,. f the Union are , tne stalely mansions and elegant gardens,
ii.. ... ......I .,;,.( nH ro. toir?ther 'with tho Iuhk nrf-itono cans,
iu, ... I !,.;., rinni-l lies, and re- t totr?lner Willi tno
up...., ....., -""- I ; , - I " i:.i ;.'.i.:i.i...P.hnvi
. u.. ....I ..I I... n.in i h n it nr irn f.r n Ti ' cmiA 1 1 itu wiuirvt'i "rtiuiit,. iviiilh i i. v. .
IV IIIU ouim ,jihi; ui iiiv " - ' ,
. . - . . . . i w ii I . 1. - c - -..-1.: ha f,
Uuion to stand faithfully
is also taken prisoner by the British; and b t(J vigilantly' semim-l and honestly guard
th him the llritisn toon more prisoners natjona neccssitifsrnatioiiiil compromises,
than thev had men in tne hgiu. nociiiny
History tells us that less than 300 Ameri
" cans surrendered, after a long, arduous and
. irloriou resistance, to 1300 British and In
dians; but in spite of this and repeated con
tradictions, the British press in this country
persist in publishing the above miserable
falsehood. In Ihe tlay of the Revolution,
the same practice of decrying tho vulor nnd
gallantry of our troops, was pursued by the
Tories of that day; i" the War of 1812, tha
Old Federalists, we moan those of the Blue
Light atripe, rejoiced in the defeat of our
forces and the triumph of thejenemy; and in
1352, it is cot sufficient for the Locofbco
press to labor for maaaures designed to en
rich the manufacturers of Great Britain, but
they go back to our Wurs with that country,
falsify history, sneer at the gallantry of our
troops and applaud when mention is made
of the reverses of our arms. ,
We repeat that the Amorian masses will
not sanction this course ot policy. They
have no disposition to follJW tho advice of
tha Loudon Times and b
commercial aHies" of G reat
national laws, and constitutional rh'hts
Oi e hour, one momeiit.one sp iken thought
the citv. form a scone such as can be found
only iu our own Wild western land. Lan
caster is on of our oldest tow ns in the
State, und was originally settled by emi-
nntj frr.... Pun n a I Ull II i II. EVCH at th'lS
UI 6 IIOlir,om: oioillflll, uiiv .-.ji .n i.mu ;,'iv : j
of treason, would barter away a life-time or late day many of the buildings present ine
honor, wither up a fanio which has it's root
deep in the soil of Ainericnu nationality, and
darken a glory which glows brightly upon
every page of American" history. Frty
years of th3 noblest, most g.ulaut and suc
cessful national service, are an ampin pledge
of four coming years of national fidelity.
The Whigs are everywhero rocegnizing
that to auandou their nominee, would bo to
abandon their principles and inaugurate the
triumph ol their democratic opponenis to
desurt tho banner of on old servant of the
Union, voluntarily pledged faithfully to a
hido by a national declaration of faith, of
which the finality of tho Coinpromiso is a
prominent feature. This no genuine or sen
sible Whig will consent to do.
Hence, the Whig walchfiris arc blazing
proudly an I brightly upon every hill-top and
in every valleyi the Whig host is gathering
to the 'rally-call, and the Whig army will
soon be in lull march to battle lor we pos
antiquated, though n it impleading archit.-c
t..i.r, iinpnli'ir tn Ihe fieruians.
I was surprised to sec so little signs ol
improvement during the last ten years, but
I find that the citizens are now uTi,it..nj.
waiting up from their slumber. '
Since tho commencement of the Cincin
nati und Znnesvillo Railway, a new and
viWhus' lifn bluod seems to bo leaping
thr.m 'h the veins and channels of business
of every description.
New huilditisrs are lidlag erected, tho ho'
tels are crowded, and at eveiy step one is
greeted with the noiso and busy ham of city
The railway in this vicinity is almost
ready for tho laying of the track, although
but tix short months have elapsed since its
commencement. No pains seem to have
been spired to render the masonry, and in
deed, wjrk of every description superior to
iitiv thino of tho kind in the State. I am
-(For the Lancaster Gaiette. -,
. , Scotf Soup Bowl. .
Artist, thou of generous soul,
Carve for him a mighty Bowl;
Make it of the purest gold, -Let
its ample sides unfold,
How he rushed on Queenstown's heights,
To vindicate our injured rights
Let Fort George be there enshrined, .
With Fort Matilda, too, designed;
Let Erie, too, beside it lay,
Nor less, ito rival Chippewa; .
I would the artist well explain
How he fought at Lundy's luue; .
How, at Vera Cruz, he rose . .
Victorious o're his haughty foes;
Let our starry banner wave
Above I he hero and the brave.
When Cjjrro Gordo's heights they gain,
Amid the dicing and tho slain;
Let Contreras be also there,
And all its mighty trophies bear;
While Cburubusce, too, will glow,
With ereater triumph o'er the Joe;
Famed Molino there let shine,
t-liepullepec wiiii ii entwine,
And Mexico shall crown the whole,
To make a perfect finished boicl.
August 20, 1853. Clio.
Things in Hamilton Coukty. We
speak advisedly when we say that there is
everything in the condition of political af
fairs here to give the warmest encourage
ment to the friends of Gen. Scott, and that
if a showing is made in other parts of the
State such as will be exhibited here, not
P. T. BAIWfm'S ; . .
Grand Colonial Slusttuu and Menagriet
, Ovrru lirlmlnir I eilnf)nys .'t
OVKR HALV a MUHonorTetamonUUhbn
racalrpS by tha thruprintor of McAllrtort ALL
"V Krom fhyiiclo Iht moit
t kllful a b d relrbraled.
1 fro Councillor ' tuarnoU
1 in lh Uw, from Judgoa of
"celobrhv on tho Bftnch,
j- t'roia Miuiiton of tlx Got-
ol, whoo uiulnviluiK in-
nave niim mum
ilits iu tha path
2 rd nrolcitora. train acuta
Klari.i.itta. iSc from those
"V , ! r ' ofovcrv itation, nm
Mi a iSTaTuonx nanind-U oV which, witliout
oua diamitint objoctiun, pronoanco thin Ointment to
! WELCH'S NATIONAL CIRtXS,
RtrMnl A cm m4 Drlhl Ca t u
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1 ahlniiiK l'K
2 ,.f Truth.
f lanrottTrawUinEXUIBITION in tho world.
Jl bein? a combination of all thenioit popular and
unexceptionable amutiouiHiita of the age enlarged
ana improved hit we ocasuo oi iiw
A TEAM OF TK1V KLEl'IIANTS
ill draw tho great Car of Jng-rniut.
A BADY ELEPHANT! '
i .1.1 .HJ W s O) f.i,. .. ill .mrxr I r .J f.nf iianlliiftCV UTS OOnUOUlIiV
upon hU b'ark avouutl the inlnor of tha immfMiio V- ; dtivoloped. Three miMon of boxes, ftFP11,?4 l5 a""
Aa day by dav it unohtrniirely exti-nda Its iphera
of action along the bordertof our vaal country, andii
circulated throughout iti oxtont, new evklencM of iu
power ind new wrootaof in elUiacy are oonunuilly
.1 Thi 'm iltimim nf KnVQS. arollOU tO Q1B-
111'OH III, Uar. IHUIIU I.IC." " " - .uuivwucv. ll tvm . -it , , ,
villion the Lilliputian OtNtl'AL TOWTIIU.MB eao within tha lait fourosM hive etblisnea the
The Mapnificciit. CorteRn compvUea I It) hore and 90 aitoumlini; fart; beyondtho power of cavil or p"t;'
men. The Favillion of Kxhibitini lia bcn en'arged I diction, that it I ixrauiuLK in tho cure of all ru-
unlil it is opableoi'accommod.tiaK 15,0 i) ipocttir
at once. The collecocn oi living nimnnwH "
cIuiIoh thenioit sp'ondid pciiiienii evor Kaliibited in
America. Among nuny otheit ill be fjund
MX H AC rip-in, I. IONS
Kro.h from tluir nstivc Korests.
A SACKKD MJRMKSi: BULL
Krom tlw I.ilind ol Coyhm. worshipred tliero by the
Pagan Natives, and tuceuil liken liom an Iilolatroun
A Monster U'hitt or Polar Bear.' Of prndigioua
i andlfi rocitv.
A MnfctiUcfiU lluyal Ttgtr The iar jost one ever
An Ifanhle CamtlOny ix months of age, the
nrst ono ever oorn in Aniovii-a, ei
The Drove of Klevhanta wuro captured in tho
Jiinlr.i nl'ietilralCovlon.by Mossru. U. Jukk '
!. ..or1.l,uIn.inmni,.,;t,.,f iRn u. H ' OKr.aov NuTTKB. ait6il lv W iiativft, altera
session of the Capital. The dream of sen-1 inlormen tnnt uo urair, mo cnerg.-uo 1.011
.i!..f..!.. i.. n,n vvi.!. nit is nngiilnir! tractor, has some three or four thousand
furnish a rule for the result.
Nothing has given us greater pleasure
thun to observe the quiet but deep and effec
tive moving of public sentiment in regard to
the principles at issue in tho coming Presi
dential canvass, and tho persons who have
beeu selected as tho living representatives of
Those who have luokcd
tho warmth oi'old associations, lika a morn
ing mist; an I the sun of 1343 is rising full,
ecoino "practical 'and broad and bright in its- light, upon the
t Britain, or the struggle of 18S3. ,
pracuce of tho Locofoco prcsaf tins cmin-1, of M,jr irrei!0,ut(! r purpose, nor
try and attempt to eflace tho recollections of rtori 'r one moment, in the work which is
those glorious batllea in which Clen. Scott J before them. ' j. '
ivnv iiv ihn nf ilin ..neninnr contest and liands upon this ono road alone. Ho prom- t i.cge nrincinles
.. ..... 1:1... ........ f ft, hnvn tl.A nnrrf runnlntr nnrlv npvt 1.. l r.. ..r.u:n..u l...A c..:i..l
l r iim.vj " .w.....'.0 -J - ; OJIIV Ul (UU DliriUUU Ol 1111119 HIUJl liaVD 1U11UU
a. ' ' i . . . - . . . i .. . e ...I .1. 1
'in nnrf. Liii niiiir.Hiiioifl ill w en wt h I hk.
so heroically distinguished himself.
DcnocnATic TcstiMosr. The gallant
General Shields, now United States Sena
tor from Illinois and one of Polk's Jiyhting
Brigadier Generals, has recently written a
letter to some gentlemen in Galena, in which
"General Wlnfiuld Scott is tho candidate
of the Whig party. For him I entertain the
highest personal regard and esteem. I ad
mire him as much as I do any man living,
for his great military talents, and I consider
him entitled to the gratitude of Ii'ib country
for his glorious military services. But Gen
eral Scott is no Democrat. His political
convictions are different from mine. He is
true to his convictions; and for this he has
my reepect. I mean to be true to mine; and
such is my knowledge of his character, that
I know this will not lessen me in his estima
Such declarations as that should bring the
blush of shame to the checks of those indi
viduals who bring forward men to dufume
tho character of Gonural Scott. We espe
cially commend it to certain mombers of the
07Gibboiis, the apostate, mado one of his
infamous speechos to the Whigs of Madison,
la., on Friduy night. He was called down
there, it seems, to proselyte tho Irish adopt
ed citizens to the Scott interest, but was
most happily exposed in his character and
motives on the cccasion. Ho is a miserable
creature, but is now in the proper embrace.
' Mr. Gibbons was a good enough man when
he talked and worked and voted for tho Lo-
cofoco party; but now that his true Irish in
stinct tells him that he ought to support
Gen. Scott, he is ''infamous" "a miserable
creature." This is only a sample of what
icur adopted citizens might expect, did they
to any great extent vote with the Whig par
ty. Tho very persona who now labor so
constantly to make them bolievo that they
are their only true friends, would almost to
n man bo "Nativo Amoricans." Such
papers as tho Statesman would call the Irish
and Germans "tortus," and such papers as tho
Cincinnati Enquirer would call them "infa
mous, miserublo creatures."-
North Carolina Election. It is a cu
rious fact, and yet a common ono, that in
North Carolina, where there is a property
qualification for Sonators,thcLocofocos havo
curried that body, and that tho Whigs havo
carried the Commons, the membors of which
are voted for upon tho principlool universal
suffrage. There is now no doubt of the
election of the Louofoco Governor, but it
is thought that the whlgs have a majority on
joint ballot in the Legislature Last year
the Locofocos had a majority of fourteen,
and yet they cull this a " glorious victory."
Tho Raleigh Ryifkr suys :
" In the meantime, we would sny to our
friends abroad, lose not your conlidence iu
the continued ascendency of Whig princi
ples in North Carolina ! The State ih
Whiu as EVEtt. Local causes have had
every thing to do with lleid's election nil
tiimal jHilitkt nothing. In November, when
the causeu are removed, or can have no in
fluence, TfiE State will go for Scott anh
GltAllaM II Y THut'HANllH !
To our Whig brethren at homo we would
also say : Pick your Jiiut anil try them
wjain ! ' Your noble lender, when borno
wounded from the bloody field of Lundy's
Lane, exhorted Colonel Leavenworth to
'CHARGK AGAIN!" Wh!gs of North
Carolina ! 1'Hojmt iiv the i-hkcei-t I
For ourselves, wo bIiiiII enter upon the
contest beforo us with undiminished hope
and unabated urdur."
California Fmiukation Intelligence
by the steamer Illinois states that tho first
of the overland emigration arrived at Sue
ramento, on tho Saturday previous to the
sailing of tho steamer. They made tho trip
from St. Joseph in seventy-two days, having
left that place on the 20th of April and
thoir homes in Ohio on tho 18th of March.
They experienced no inconvenienco from
the Indians, enjoyed good health, and hud
plenty of provisions. This wus Capt.
Clark's party, and from the names, wo should
judge they were from northern Ohio.
i-bospects in VVisoonbin The Kenosha
ieiegrupn.a i reesoil pHper in Wisconsin,
speaking ol Pierce's prospects in Milwankie,1
"If we recollect right, tho vote for Cuss
in this city was a trifle over a hundred. Or
this number four out of five were naturalized
citizens, and now we are informed, on relia
ble authority, that this whole phalanx, almml
to a man, g&t for Scott.
11 the state of affairs elsewhere in the
oiaio correspond with their condition here,
the position ot tho two Kreat parties in Mfi
j,.., rcoCT-aul fl tnlIcf0n." I
Phick oj Railroad iKwiTheN Y
Express says the price ol railroad iron in
England has gone up from $ i to A3 1 per
ton.. ' '
! General Pierce's Biogiuphy. General
t Pierce's Eastern friends' huvo' got up a life'
of him, and the materials being exceedingly
scanty, they have added to the volume the
lives of several of his relations, the Demo
cratic platform, and various other matters of
vast importance. Probably the most inter
esting matter related in the volume, which
consists of about a hundred pages, is the fol
lowing, 'l'he render will please bear in
mind that the "Old General Pierce" spoken
of was Frank's father:
'Old General 'Pierce was no scholar. He
had devoted his life to deeds, and .not to
books; and it is suid that while he was sitting
by the, kitchen hre ono night, writing his
uunual message to the Legislature, ho cuiue
to a full slop on ouo word ho could uot pos
sibly spell. Alter rallying nil his literary
forces, munuiuvering then us skilfully as hu
could, ho wus obliged to draw oil' and ask lor
quarters. 'Frank,' said ho to his son, sitting
noar by, how the devil do you spell butt'
Frank had been through college, and ho ve.nj
noon helped the General out of his dilemma,
'B-U-T,' said Frank. 'Bo hanged to these
litllo words,' replied the veteran, 'they both
er me dreadfully; but when I come to C'ore-
slilution, I can spell that without looking in
to a book.'"
So tho Democratic nominee, when he
left college, could spell "but" for his poor
old father. Ho evidently spent his four
years in college very profitably. What po
litical honors can be too lolly tur the man
who gavo a cent's worth of candy to a boy
who was a total stranger to him, ,who emp
tied his pockets of twenty-five cents for the
purchase ol a Sunday school library In his
native town, and who could und did spell
"but" when he was only just out of college!
It seems to me too much praise cannot be Those who have cxpecto.' to seo excitemont
awarded to the Directors' of this road, for ar)( efTorvescence have beon disappointed,
the untiring and confident perseverance dis- j an(j )avo aim0Ht been led to the despondent
played by them ever since the organization opinion that there is no hope of arousing a
of the 'company.' One year ago to-day the j political lifo among the people. Those who
first survey was started, yet in this lort , lavo assumed the oiithiisiasm of 1840 as the
time the necessary stock has been raiutid, , oniy utandard by which to judge of the pro
mo line has been located; estimates made, I rma of thought und opinion, have taken a
and the work let and almost hull finished. vjew 0f tn0 case tnat jg not justified by its
The iron und the locomotives are already circumstances. Those wholookino- at the
purchased. j apparent settlement of vexed questions
I believe no call lias yet neon maue upon wnCh has followed the recent convention ut
the citizens or Cincinnati. 1 hope, it any
... :. . r .i. a. .iu. . ...1 r.'nv it. .i in tl.A .Titnvlnii
. u.;niuii ui uuuc iuwuui. . ... - n -----
I Th..ir il-..w impJlv nntra-jocd und tiocurcd m au In.
diau'UraidorTrap, of enormous dimension nd pro-di-rnus
trong!h, where they vere subdued. Tho
calf Ktcp'.iautoccompauius its' Dam, ud was yvoaned
ou its passage from In.lia.
A .Yatiuo Cetlon Chief, of hih canto In hii own
country, ha charge of tho Elephant, having accom-
pam.d them Irom lA-ylou.
r. T. IlARNVT,
Proprietor of tha American Museum, New York, ls
the honor lo announce, that oncoumgeu Dy tne m il.
liant success which has sttondud all his various ctFnrts
for the anmiment of tha pub'ic, ha has been led to
lorm the prujnetot organilug a vast travelling
MUSr.l'M OF WONDERS,
V Vt ITED
aid is hcrealter required, my Queen City
brethren will not be behind hand in so im
portant an enterprise.
But lest 1 weary you I stiau nasten to a
close Yours, &c.
ClltCINR ATI Alt.
mors. Ulcora. Soresi .Bums. Totter. Pllof, Scrolula,
Erysipelas, chilblains, scalii Head, sore . yes.umsyi
croup, Hheaniatism, liroken oreast. A sue in rno race,
corns. &c. It completulv restores the Insensible rsB.-
rmuitiox. and bv this means onenft tlioseavenuot dy
which nature intended to expel the morbid matter of
the body thus Is the system cleansed: the blood pu
rified: and the health restored.
It has nower to cause all external sores, SeroJiJ-
nua urnnra. and I'oUonotu wound to disc hares
their putrid matter: and then heal thorn. It in rightly
tonne-' All Iioalinx. for there is scarcely a disease
avtnrn.l m intnrnal. that it will not benefit. I have
,,, ,1 it furthn last fourteen vears lor all tho diseases
of the cheat; eotuumption snd liver; Involving the ut
most danger and responsibility; and I declare before
heavon and man, that not in one single case has it fail
ed to benolit when the pationt was within reach of
mortal means. ,.,,'
J. Mc AL1STER. 141 KuUon-st.,NewYork.Sole Pro
prietor. A. & b. Hkndhy, Agents inr umo.
Sold by K. t,.SIocumand Olto W. Kracmer,Lan.-as.
tor; E. Kalh.ltushvillo; W.W.Keed. Carroll; M.Camp
bcll. Pickorington: Leonard and Brother, Basil; A. E.
Mitthoff, LorkviUe; Samuol Bortlet, W inchester; J
Endsley, Lithopolis; K. Gcohogan, Baltimore-, J.Clay,
pool, New Kalero; J. and S. llenbee, Amanda; Daniel
Jlawkin, Sugar Grove; Ashbaugh and Bocry. Bremen.
October 23, 1861 - 20
Great Flood at the NonTH 3,500 People
Houseless Loss $750,000. The Selkirk set
tlemcnt was visited on the 2d of May with a
flood as great and sweeping as ono that full
twonty-six years ago. It lusted this time
from tho 2d of Muy to 25th, when it began
to rccedo A letter, roccived but a few days
sinco ut St. Pauls, Minnesota, describes the
spectacle which wus there witnessed:
Twenty-two miles in lenirth of tho colo
ny are now underwater, i'oradistuncoof
four miles, tho wuter has spread over the
plain for six miles on each side ot thorivor,
anil in all that distance not a house has es
caped. Loaded bouts may be seen sailing
on far beyond the habitations. Tho sight is
as melancholy as it is novel. Of the popu
lation, 3,500 havo had to fly bofuro the tor
rent, und ubandon all. Tho loss of proper
ty is already estimated at JK 150,000 sterling.
Horses, cattle, houses, narns, crops, all
' wero comparitively swept off", and tho co'o
ny is almost ruined, Tho labor of twenty
six years is all gone! ,
Love Disappointment. Tho Memphis
Eaglo says: A young and loving couple, who
wero on their way to get married, were so
linfortiuiuto as to be run away with on Sun
day morning, about a uiilu from this city, on
the Stato line plunk road. They were dri
ving ulong In a buggy ut a inoderute puce,
coming towards the city, when tho' horse
suddenly took fright mid sturtod otTut full
speed, first throwing tliu gentlenia.i out and
ul'terwurds tho ludy, both of whom fortu
nately escaped without moro injury than a
few bruises. Tho buggy was mado a perfect
wreck of, and tho horse was damaged con
siderably. Tho most unfortunate part, how
ever, was, that the gentleman and lady wore
compelled lo postpone their nuptials until
another day. We hope they will havo bet
tor luck the next time. ' '
Gf.n. Scott and his Old Soldif.b.s. A
gentleman from a neighboring county, re
lated to us an incident a tew days ago, wnicn
toes far to show the warmth of gratitude
and direction still entertained for their old
commander by the soldiers who served un
der (Jen. Scott in the war of 1812. "One
of these gallant soldiers," said our inform
ant, "resides in our county. He is, and has
been a prominent und active Democrat all
his life, and has six nous, all arrived at ma
ture ae, and all Democrats but one."
When tho news of Gen. Scott's nomination
was recoived it was communicated to tho old
gentleman by his Whig son, who, knowing
his admiration of tho old Gonoral, was ea
ger to inform him of it.
lielore announcing it, he inquired ot tho
old man "Father, who do you think the
Whig Convention hus nominated for Presi
dent!" "Why, Mr. Fillmore, I suppose" was
"No" said the son.
"Well, then, Mr. Webster."
"No," was the answer again
"Have they nominated Gon,
inquired the old man, waking up
r'Yesl thev havo nominated your old com'
mander," replied the son; when the old
soldier leaped from hie chuir, his eyas kind
ling with the wonted fire of his youth, und
striking bis hands top-ether, exclaimed:
"Tlten I will vote for him! and every one of
you six umis must do so to!! 1 never voted
fora WhiL'in mv life.but I 'will vote for
Gen. Scott. 1 have fought by his sido in
tho thickest of tho battle, and I know him
to bo a brave soldier and a good man, and I
hone to God he will be elected President!"
This is the spirit that animates tho old
soldiers all over tho country, wherever they
are to be found. Wo have snmo of them in
utirown county, Democrats all their lives,
who are equally warm in their admiration,
and ardent in their support ot tucir oia .com
The hero who never lost a battle cannot
bo whipped us lone as his old companions in
arms thus nobly stund by him. llarritburth
How the Old Fouies were Sold.
When tho nomination of Mr. Pierco was
first announced, it was generally supposed
that he was brought out spontaneously, as
a man on whom the parly could unito,
without any previous wire working or plot
ting. Such was not the caso. Tho whole
plan had been laid for months, and men
tho most shrewd at Intrigue had beon ut
work to bring it about. t wus not intended
that any union should tuko pluco on any of
the strong men of tho party, if it could be
prevented. Mr. Pierco wus himself fully a
waro of all the plans and intentions of those
rntniritiwl with thn nccret. Tho Concord.
V. If . Mtili'xmnn r.finehitlea nil nrl'iele nn '
this subject as follows: "Wore tho intrigues
which resulted in the nomination of Gen.
Pierce as well understood throughout the
country, as it is In this town, it would raise
Greenwood Hall, have come to the conclu
sion that as it has been before, so it will be
again, have not taken a correct view of the
revolutions that are taking place where rev
olutions have never heretoforo been looked
We kno.v better. We know that howev
er slight may be the indications upon the
surface, there is a deep and strong current of
popular opinion sotting in favor of the elec
tion of Gen. Scott to the Presidency. Men
who have hitherto relied implicitly upon the
leadership of others are thinking and reas
oning for themselves. The movement is
beginning in tho right quarter among the
people The frauds that have been practiced
upon them have been exposed, and are felt;
and a change is going on which in due
time will shake the citadel of Locofocoism to
its very foundation.
We clip the above from the Cincinnati
Alius, for two reasons; first, it is in all re
spects applicable to the condition of things
in Ross; and, secondly, because it is grati
fying intelligence from a district heretofore
ono of the strongholds of Locofocoism
From our own knowledge of tho turn affuirs
are taking in Hamilton county, we feel well
assured that Gen. Scott will have a majority
in that hitherto benighted quarter. Scioto
Position of Col. Benton. Wo agree
with tho Rochester Democrat that we are
not prepared to credit the rumor that Col.
Benton has como out for Gen. Scott, al
though it is certain that he is not very en
thusiustio for Gen, Pierco, and there are
special reasons for supposing him to be hos
tile to tho election of Win. R. King to the
Vico Presidency. Mr. King Is an extremo
southern man, and has been runked among
the foremost of tho Alabama Nullifiers.
He was one of the majority which excluded
Col. Benton from a pluco upon any of the
Senate committees during the lust session's
ho held a sunt in that body, and every body
knows that such an indignity is not likely to
bo forgotten by Old Bullion. But whether
Col. Benton is going to support Gen. Scott
or not, it is evident that he is out in pretty
savage stylo upon tho Locotoco National
Convention, Tho Missouri Democrat, his
particular organ, on the 8th, after the Colo
nel's election to Congress, contained an ar
ticle denouncing the Locofoco NationuhCon
vontion, and charged the managers with at
tempting to control the nomination in 185G !
Tho article is attributed to Col. Benton him
self, and shows that he means to bo as in
dependent in future as he was when he took
tho Btump for Congress against the regular
party cundidato. Cleve. Herald.
Which comprises a groat variety of attractions, and
more extraordinary novo ties, t han any travelling ex
hibition in tho world.. Every feature of this mam
moth establishment is of a pncu iar and interesting
nature, & tlio wholo is produced upon a gigantic scale
of magnitude. The travelling paraphernalia of the
American Museum, as it enters each lown, is preced
ed by the gorgeous r
CAR Of JUGGERNAUT,
Drawn by Ten Elephants superbly caparisoned, beirg
an uccurn'o mnde of that torrib'e engine of idolatrous
sacrilico,finished & decorated in all the extravagance ol
thu Hindoo stvle. followinc'this monster vohicle, is a
lung procession of costly cages and carriages, the
w no u loniung a spHciao eoi more man vjnemai spieii
dor. The exhibition will take place within a magnl
licent Variegated Pavilion, composed of American nags
ol watcr-prool labric. iue real genuine, original
O-The Sandusky Register reports 54
interments in the cemeteries in that city for
the week ending Friday night last, of which
3b wore cholera. Ut the present health ol
the city, the paper of Saturday says :. "The
reports of the tleulth I'olice for yesterday
und to-day show a decidedly favorable change
in tho condition of things. This efficient
corps deserve great credit for tho manner
in which they have been and are discharg
ing their duties, and wi.l receive the thanks
of all good citizens."
Our Gf.ksian Citizens. There uro valid
grounds for believing that General S'ott
will receive ii . ...en larger proport o , o i no i ff fc . fc , .,,.,,, U now virtually
f:.Mi,inii vriti, tlinfl linn hili nhliilni.il h,r 1 .. . .1 .. '
Another Warning. Goorge Conner.of
Circleville, lost his lifo by entering a well
charged with mcphitic vapor, last Saturday.
Michael Stain, who entered tho well soon
a storm in his party which would not soon afterwurd, for tho body, also died ; and the
subside, if their ho a spark of self respect two lifeless corpses wero removed with much
uiiiongsi tho friends of Cass und Buchanan, difficulty. Quick lime thrown into tho well
Hut with them wc have noi'oiiceru.exceptto ! would have saved the men.
say that their prominent men have boon very j . ,
nicely guillotined, nnd there is reason to be-1 OSTThe Aurora (Ind.) AWnrrfcomplums
lieve, without yet knowing who was their ox- " isooiiruK.iiK reports m re
ectitioner. The "old fogies" have been run lu l ur" trur lrul" various suction
uny former Whig candidate. A strong feel
ing in his favor runs through this portion of
our adopted citi'.ens in every part of the
country ; nnd tho manifestations that have
been mado both in tho cities nntl on tho
prairies warrant the expectation that the
feeling will become yet stronger before No
vember. In many wards of New York,
German Whig clubs have boon organized
for tho first timo in tho history of Presiden
tial campaigns ; and tho example is being
extensively followed elsewhere. Washing
ton liipublic. t . . , ,
DaKURhouh Fiuud. Tho Bank Note Do
lectors udvise the refusal of all notes of the
following platool'tho Ohio Mute Bank:
ofiV'red for political mediocrity, with skilful
wire-pullers to hack it ii." Cleve Ihruld.
Wheat, Rvb and Oats. Tho Alton
Teleirraiih of tho 14th Bnys: The crops of
wheat, rye und oats in Mississippi are this
year said to bo the largest ever grown In that
section of the country. More whout was
sown than ever before, and the yield has
been much larger. So abundant Is it that
wheat is fed to mules and hogs. Should the
present favorable weather season continue,
com will be almost without value, except
for locul use; nnd it is thought the cotton
crop will equal if not exceed any former
Is now arriving freely iroin tne country
10s, centre vignette, a fomalo seated on"a I in wagons. Tho market may be quoted at
Horn ol plenty, Homing tne lasccs ami scales
in her left hand, and the wand of Mercury in
her right coat of arms of Ohio, safc.stcnm-
ship and sail vessels on left a bridge, with
railroad cars on it, and steamboat In the dis
tance on each end margin an eagle, Amer
ican shields, figure M0, and 'ten."
Jenny Lind. A London correspondent
of tho Inverness Courier, In describing what
tie saw at the It-Man Opera, writes: "Ol
Jenny Lind.too, I hud that evening a glimpse.
She is a wreck of her former self; I could
'hardly have recognized her. She looks
pule, worn and huL'L'urd in bad snirits and
bud health; and, as she sat the centra of a
hundred opera glasses directed upon her
there wot but one wondering and sympa
thising murmur throughout the vast building."
from 5ft to 05 cents for prime old and now,
and superior lots will command 70 cens.
Within a few days past .uessrs. JUitcneiai.
Gamier havo received some 6000 bushels
Corn from tho river.
Mflanoiioly CAUSALiTr.-The Literary
Vade Mecum, published at liuena Vista, Ga,
says, an interesting child, about three years
old, of Mr. Benjamin Peacock, residing some
four or five miles from that town, was so se
verely stung by bees one day wcok before
last, that It died tlio next morning. It ap
pears that the parents of the child were not
at tho house at the lime, and the child had
gone near whora a swarm of bees had set
tled, and uerhaos irritated them, when thev
flew upon it, aad before it could be rescued,
it had been so severely stung, as to cause iu
of the country, owing to want of rain. In
some sections it will prove utmost a total
The Potato Rot in Ireland. A letter
in a I-iondon paper from Dundalk, Ireland,
suys thut the potato rot had made its appear
ance there, in its worst form. The crop,
so far us the writer could judgo, was gono.
03-1 s Scott an Abolitionist? Italt.Artus.
The English anil tho Mexicans think him
good atabolishing his oncmies. The Demo
crats will think so too in a few mouths.
ftV-Tho anniversary of. the entrance of
Gon. Scott and tho army under his com
mand into tho city of Mexico, which will
be the 14th of September next, will be cele
brated by a grand mass meeting in i,ouis-
villo, Kentucky, :" f
NEW, CII HAP, CITY TIN SHOP.
THE subscribes having located himself in tho city
would most respoctlully inform the citicora ol
he same and surrounding country, that he is now
opnRff is Shop ot l-oiumvu nireei, n csiawir, inrec
JJoors North of Main, tor the manufacture and sale
of allklodsof '
Tin, , Copper and Sheet-Iron . M are,
Whore he Intends keeping, at all times, a full and gen;
eral assortment, which will be sold on the most liber
al terms. Persons wanting articles in his line would
do well and save money by calling on him before mak
ing their purchaaea, aa na Is determined to sell cheap.
3lH mrkwtmnttd.' A. WH1TK
JOUB1NO, lac House Kpoutlug aud Itoof
ing,Vreparedandout up on tha shortest notice, in the
beat manner, and at the very lowest rates. A. W.
Laucaster.Uhio, September 4, 1861. 1H
HI an k Stitpua
GENERAL TOM THUMB
Is attachodto this exhibition, and will appoar in all his
mrfnrinanccs as givon before I ha principal crownod
luads of Kurope, including Songs, Uancos, Grecian
Studios, Sl his admired j'ersonations of Napoleon Jand
I.Ve.l,wii k tho (!reat The litt'0 General is twentv
years of age, weighs on'y fifteen pounds, and is but
iwcniy-eigni inciiui n'gn. a hu vugijy-u,
The man without arms, who will exocuto his nytrnor
dinary feats of loading and firing a istol with his toes:
cuiung pro. no i;imesies; snooting ui a mant wim i
how and arrow; playing upon the Accordion and Vio.
lincollo, etc. Mr. Nollls, in those performances, ox
hibila a wonderful examnhi of what indomitable en..
ergy and industry can accomplish, oven when laboring
muter disadvantages apparently me most insunnouut
all's. A com)) ute Menagerie oi
LIVING WILD ANIMALS.,
Is also included in the American Museum, and at
convenient period during the exhibition
Will outer tho Dens of tho Wild Doasts, and cive his
classical illustrations of llorculos struggling with the
N.einean Lion; Daniel in the Lion s Lien; samson He.
slrnvlni? the Lion. etc.
One ol'the most interesting portions of the exhilition
is funned by the display ol a great collection oi
Including uteres of the size of life, of all tha Presl
d ints of tho United Slates, elto of a great number of
noted characters, American and Foreign, all of which
are sccurate likenoraes, and appropriately costumed.
In fct,tho whole establishment is a vast repository of
Attend aocontlnn to Act of Congress, In the vest
1861, br J. 8. HOUOI1TON, M. 11., lo tho clerk's
Office of tho District Court for tho Eastern
District of Pennsylvania.
Another Scientific "Wonder.
GREAT OURE FOR .
Dn. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
WILL oxhihlt at ClRCLEYllAE (September 1st,
and LANCASTER, September 2nd. -The
public are respectiully informed that thes
TWO V AST M EN AGEIUES, united for the preaent
season, form by far tha largest collection of Living,
Animals ever exhibited in this or any ether country. ,
OVER JOO AWIMAl. AND BIRD
Can be teen under their spacious Pavillion,, ?86 foet
In length for ...... (- .
ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION. . ' 1
Hours of Exhibition from 2 to BP. M., and 17 to 10 '
in the evening. Jjr Admission 26 eenM-no hall price-
Tho Cortege w ill arrive in the. town on the morning '
of the 2nd irutant, about 10 o'clock, and the Carriages,
Cages, Van.etc., containing the Animals, , . , ,,
DRAWN BY 12(1 Bl'LKNDID HORSES! "
Headed by Neuper'a Pld'adelphia BRASS BAND, will
pass through the principal streets, affording an oppor
tunity of beholding one of tho most -
GORGEOUS AND IMPOSING FBOCESSIONS
Of the kind eer seen. ' ' 1
A Double PeiiormiUe In (hrvc.ImracI
- HERR DRIESBACI1 in TWO, and-r . s
Signore H1DEUALGO in the other.
In the course of each exhibition. HKRR DRIES"
BACH thetaT-famed LION KINO, will enter the
dens of his Wild tenants of tho Korest
I.IOX8, LEOPARDS, TIGERS, COUGER3,&e.,
and give display, the same at when ordered by the
special command oi iueen victoria, louh rnuuppv,
(late King of the Kronen.) Emperor Nlcholat of St.
Petersburg!! and the Royal Esiuilyof the Hapsburgh
House of Austria.
Signore I11DERALGO will also porform his high
ly trained Animals, separate and entirely different
Drienbaeh. showlm; the different powers
of the mind over the Animal Creation.
WONDERFUL OlUECTS of NATURE & ART,
lh full pnrtieul ra of whiili it vou'd bo Impossible to
tfivtt within the limiU of a nowiipapor odvertirioinont,
tndwt'iTli hai beim brought Input her at an enormous
ext ondi'nroof means, forming the largest and moat no
vel tr&voUinguxhibition in thia or uy other country.
Til i Ti V:
THE TRUE ' ' .
OR, GASTRIC JUICE.
Prepared (rom Rkhnbt, or the fourth Stomach of
thu Ux, alter directions oi oakom wbi, me
great Physiological chemist, by J.S. Houohton M.
I). Philad lohia, Pennsylvania . .
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f epsia. Juandice, liver complaint, constipation, aud
lebility, curing after Nature's own method, by
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:r-Halfa teasooonful of Pair-stM. infused in water.
win digest or dissolve, f t rounas aj jtoow -uer
in about two iwurs, out oi tne siomacn.
PEPSIN is tho chief element, or Groat Diceatlng
Principle of the Gastric Juice the tofcent of the
Food, the Purifying, Preserving, and titmuiuffn
Airont of the stomach and Intestines. It is extracted
from the digestive stomach of the Ox, thus forming
an A rtificuil Digestive Kluio, precisely like the na
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tho aid of this preparation, the pains and fsvils of indi
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ie by a healthy stomach. It is doing wonders for Dys-
poptlcs, curing cases of Debility, oiuaciation, nervous
decline and dyspeptic consumption, aupposea to oenn
the verge of tho grave. The Scientific evidence upon
which it is Dased, is in tne nignost degree curious snu
BARON I.1KHIO in his celebrated work on Animal
chemistry, says: "An Artificial Digestive Fluid, ana
logous to the Gastric Juice, may be readily prepared
from tho mucous membrane of the stomach of tho Calf,
in which various aitirlos of food as meat and eggs,
will bo softened, changed and digested; just in the
saino timnner as they would be in the human stomach."
Or COM UK, in his valuable writings on the "Phy.
biology of Digestion," observes that 'a diminution of
tho duo quantity of the Gastric Juice is a prominent
an I all provailingcanso of Dyspepsia;1 and he states
that "a uistinuiiihed professor of medicino in London,
who was severely alllicted with this complaint, find
ing everything elso to fail, had recourse to tho Gas
tric Juice, obtained from tho stomachs of living ani
mals, which proved completely HMcessful."
Dr. GRAHAM, author ol'the famous works on"Ve
getable Diet," says: "It is a remarkable fact in phy
siology, that tho toniachs of animals, macerated in
water, impurt to the fluid tho property of dissolving
various articles of food, and ofeffecting a kind of ar
tificMil digestion of them in no wise Jillurent from the
natural digestive process,"
tjlall on the Agent, and got a Doscriptive circu
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similar to tho above, together with reports of remark
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marvellous effects, in curing cases of Debility, Kma
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able cures, in Philadolnhia,New York and Boston alone.
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the dealers in Hue drug )t PopularModlciii.'Mhroiigh
out tho United States. It is prepared in Powdui' and
in fluid form and Prescription vials for the uto ot
Private Circulars for the uso ol Physicians, may
be obtained of Dr. lluughtonorhii Agents, describing
the whole process of preparation, and giving tho au
thorities upon which the claims ol this now remedy
aro baod Ah it is not s secret remedy, no ohiection
Welch's National Circus.
The Proprietors of this Company have effected an
engagement with the celebrated
Of Gon. Rufus Welch, who hat for the last live months
been performing to large audiences at the National
Amphitheatre, Philadelphia, composed of the
ELITE AND FASHION ,
Of that city. Among the company can be found the
following well-known Artists, viz:
J. P. CADWALLADKR, the great eat 4 and 6 horse
rider in the world. DAVID RICH A RDS, the daring
bae-back rider. J. SWEET and LIPMAN, the best
scenic delineators now travelling T. McKARLAlSD,
the greatest Tumbler in the world, having thrown
the uuprocedon ed number of 78 Somerset!) in rapid
succession. MASTER WILLIAMS This Juvenile
must be seen to be appreciated by the public.
ALEX. ROCKWELL, the great American Jester,
Dancing Hones) enrl Ponletj,
O"AlMISSI0N ONLY 96 CENTS!
To the whole combined Exhibition!!!
A full description of the Animals, Birds, etc., can bs
soen by the company's Bills at tho principal Hotels.
August 11 daw3w
ill opon hit budget of fun. Also, BOB WILLIAMS,
ie celebrated Trick Clown, wilt appear in his nu-
A flno military Hand will perform the most pupiiltr
airs of tlu day, as tlio procession ent rs the city, and
also during Hut hours of exhibition.
Tho American Museum and Menagerie will exhibit
At Lancaster, Monthly, St'ptetuhei 21).
Price of admission 28 cents, children under !l years
of ago 16 cents. To the whole of this immonso es
tablishment, including uenerai loin inmnn, inn on
tire collection of Wild Anima s, Wax Statuary. Mr.
Pierce's Performances in the Dens.the tiaby Elephant,
Mr. Nellis' pcrlorinsncet, etc., no extra chargu un
der any pretence whatever, 'ct the report be what
they may. Doors open from U to 4, and from 7 to U
oVbcrt, P. M. Ausutl2
( luili'A. BrslMcttri Factory Kcmovcd
CX KOHUK SMITH hat removed hit Chair snd Btd
JT stead Factory from the corner of IV heeling snd
Columbus streets, ro Slanbery's huiUivg on Main
street, two doors Kast qf the Hocking Valley hank
and directly opposite tin Checkered Store. 1 Ie hss on.
l&rVHIl IIIBUUli.a-iiu uiiviiu. nmi'illE Ull
hand the largest and best assortment of
CHAIRS nnd IIEIWTKAIW
over before kept in this place ; consisting
' in part, of Cane teat, Cottage, Hustla.
rTencn.pcroii up, viw, common ana
Children'! Chairs. Sociables snd Settee.
All descriptions ot . BEDSTEADS manufactured of
either Cherry, Walnut. Maple or Sugar.
Ilia work will all be mode of the very best materlrl
by good workmen and of the latest and most approved
patterns, It will be inferior to none manufactured
elsewhere tnd will be told at the very lowest prices.
A continuation of the very liberal patronage of the
public is respectfully solicited. It is the intention oi
the subscriber to keep a lull tnd general assortment
. . .11 . 1 , 1, . UA will llA amllllllllA .l.Ammn
date both old and new customer, with anything in hi
line. In connection with hit establishment it Sir. O.
L. Eckert' Cabinet Ware Room, to that customers cut
be accommodated with all articles requisite to com
plete a full assortment of Household V umiture. Call
i .1 riLTllJi'L1 fc.'MI1.U
nu nv. uvntf Bin, i.a.
Lancaster, November I, 1B6U. 36
can in r usaa against its use by i'.iysinans;in respoota
bio landing and regular practice. l'rice,$I per bottle.
(ITOiisuhvk this! Every bottle of the genuine
PEPSIN beari the written signature of J. S. HOUGH-
SI AVE removed their Ci,
W AJl mknt to Glesy's build
JJf llockine Valley liauk and '.
TON, M D., sole proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa. Copy
right and Trade Mark secured,
d I"Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicines.
jlSCTf!t--KI)VARI L. SI.OCUM. Lanoastsiii;
Dh. J. M. Wilson, Nowarli;
Troop b Kick ahdt, Circleville;
Marches. G. Roberts, Coivmbit 47
M GItCII ANT TAILORS.
Springer & Trout, '
ing, between the
I VV. Tallnia.Ws
hano Office, whore thev have hist oocned a larire
and exicnsive assortment oi
Itcudy Mado' Clothing,
Which they will sell as low as thn same quality of
goods and work can he purchased at any other estab
lishment in tlio city. Their clothing is manufactured
uuder their own supervisiou and is consequently au
periov to that which is brought from other places.
They have also on hand, a beautiful variety of
Cloths, Cnxsimerc, Vesting, Vc,
Which they are prepared to manufacture to order.
They have in their employ tho best of workmen and
aro tt all timet prepared to make the best fife and in
tha latest stylos. All their worhwiil be warranted.
The public aro respectfully solicited to call tnd ex
amine their stock, and whi'o thankful for the liberal'
patronage they have enjoyed, they assure their old
customers tnd all others thai they will labor to give
general satisfaction both in the quality and price of
their goods and work. SPRINGER Ii TROUT.
Lancaster, May 4, 1SS9 ' d93
' . Look Oat! ' "
McF.LUOY&BILLINGHURST have removed their
Boot and Shoe Shop to Glosy's building, hart
door east of the Exchange and immediately oppoosit
Mr. Samuel Beery't Grocery', where they will keep
an hand and manulacture to order, Boots land Shoot
of the best quality; all warranted and told at low ft
m,,rmm. I'Imjm iill ui fAtA UjiUrnad Sim. '
8 McELROY te-JSIUtlNdlUURBT.
Lancaster, April 10, 1H63 Z
Far the Can mt
COUGHS, COLDS, D01ESENESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
IN offering to the community this justly celebrated
remedy Tordiseaset of the throat, and lungs, it is
not our wish to trifle with the Uvea or health of tha
afflicted, but frankly to lay before them the opinion
of distinguished men and tome of the evidences of it
Biiscess, from which they can Judge for themielvet.
We sincerely pledge ourselves to make no wild as
sertions or false statements of Us efficacy, nor will wa
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will not wtrrant. :
Many proofs are here given, and we solicit an in
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medicine worthy their best confidence and patronage.
from the distinguished Professor of Chemistry and
Materia Medico, Bowdoin College.
Dear Sir: delayed answering the receiptofyour
preparation, until I had an opportunity of witnessing
its etfecti in my own family, oi in the families of my
This I have now done with a high degree of satis
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remedy for colds snd coup lis, and pulmonary disoaset.
PARKER CLEAV ELAND, M. D.
Brunswick, Maine, February 5, 1847.
From an Overseer in the Hamilton MUls, inthiseity.
Lowell, August 10, 1849.
Dr. J. C. Ayer: I hsve been cured of the worst
eoiigh I ever had in my life, by your "Chxbbt Pbo-
f obai., and nover tail when 1 have opportunity, of
rocominonding it to Others. Yourt, rospectrully.
O. X.1U X.IV.TVJll.
(TTRrail the lol'owlnz, tnd toe if thit medieiae i
wor th a trial. This patient had become very feeble,
and the effect of the modicine was unroistakeably
United States Hotel, Sakatooa Spbimos, 7
July 6, 1849. . (
Dr. J. t. Aver. Sir I have haeri .Illii-uH mUh
painful affection of the lungs, and all the symptoms of
settled consumption, for more than a year. I could
una no medicine tnat would rcacn my case, until I
commenced the use of your "Cherry Pectoral,"
which gave me gradual relief, and I have been steadi
iy gaiiungstrength till my health is well nigh restored.
While using your medicine, I had the gratification
of curing with it my reverend friend, Mr. Truman, of
Sumpter District, who had been suspended from hit
parochial duties bv a tovere attack of bronchitis.
i nt ve pleasure in cerui ying these tact to yon, - :
And tm, sir, yours respectfully, . "
J. V. CALHOUN, of South Carolina.
IfrThe following was one of the worst of case. .
which tho physicians aud friends thought to be incur- -able
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Chester, rennsyivania, August iow.
J. C. Aver.-Sir-I was taken with terrible concha
brought on by t cold, in th beginning of last Februa-
ry, slid was coniinea to my oea more toau unuuiir.
Coughing incessantly nightand dty, I became ghastly
and pale, my eyet were sunken and glassy, and rarer
breath very short. : Indeed, I wa rapidly tailing, audi '
in such distress for breath, that, but little hop of my
recovery could be entertained. While in thit situs-,
tion, a friend of mine, (the ltev. John Keller, of thai
Methodist church) brought me bottle of your &
ur Pectoral, which I tried more to gratify him, than .
from any expectation of obtaining relief. Iti good I
effect induced me to continue it use, and I toon found
my health much Improved.. , Now in three months, t
am well and strong, and can attribute my cnieonly to
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vour great mwuciue. : mui. uiv awran irBuiuuv,
youn;c. JAMtS GODVBEY.
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