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Saturaay Evonlns, , Aus. I
.Vniu Sstahi -Fir. In-tha- following
warm strain (Jrectey pofttai tTuri' ls that
.the" enotny will try, and expect t WSja to
withslaniJ their issaulU: ; . k ' ;
uiv Thrfcarc1 two ortliree ffiindred thousand
. jr Ur tt Uiu pion whom nolhin"? shurt of a
presidential . wntfWrnn brin& tu th polls
we rt'pret. the feU mil tlirjr ought to be
;l IsKimcJ of It But it is 8 fact. IicvcrtlieW,
'Of ihre Voters, nino-tenUis aro- Whljra; t
k '.Hi? onjy vvsy Iq cnt Gen. Scott into wr
"Simile tliftn tli it-tlipir vtis ran avail nnth
in jr thin full, ami to pprxunile opr live Whigs
- that it is fruHlfss to make the necessary ef
fort lo bring them piit. . If..lliia impression
r fin bo diffused, ami Whig spathy shall open
' tiie way to the polling of illegal votes i a ,the
rtmng Pieree districts, they may beat us.
A jid. this is what Uixy are now .working
s, , .Whig! tXlatid Firm! , Tltoy who sUoitt
: over tlie'loss of httlt'their usual mnjorUyibiilf
their CoiigrfsHional deloiraiiont 'mid, flioro-
than hnlt their Legislative majority in Iowa,
j.-Hnd. who ar di'liiitecl with-, the . choice- of
- only two Whir to Congre.'B from Mb'sotirl,
vi here ' weVarfinl aom-; in tlw Taylor year,
will, of conrsf, find a pretext for shouting in
- nearly -every elerlion between this and N
v.fci'nberr .'They' .w7H'W toguthiT the. Bum
. votes for riiandt-r, and the Whig Tpinpor
' arfco Vi)l' for Hubbard in MuiniV find show
-n vast majority agninxt us in tharfitnte; snd
' tit, doubtless, with "regard to the Stato . elec-
tions in Maryland, Indiana, Slc, wheretney
' h.vve extraordinary elements of strength in
' theHtate contests. - In each of these States
. there are thousands who will vote for 8cott,
, who cannol'be countod bh to vote the Whig
local ticket in October. Our adversaries of
course-will shout let them shout 1 They will
profess and cherish a strong desire to bet lej
them, seek gamblers among thoso to whoih
Minbling is congenial. They will hold great
woeting and fire cannon lot them 'incur
' the expense; the noise will wake up our
-vote's as well as theirs, Let us go- straight
along,, putting facts and, documents Into CV'
ery one's hands, iiuietly organizing and pro
: paring to bring out the legal voters and keep
out illegal votes, and we shall silence their
bragging effectually on the 3d of November.
Then ' ik can shout and exult', and fire can
non, if we have a taste for such amusements;
but let us postpone our. playing till our
vvokk is done. , We . may then, cheer with a
good conscience, and without a fear of wak
inir up the wrong passenger. Put out the
documents nnd push, on the . organization
now. Leave huzzaing till tho proper time.
The Chinese warfuro of otir antagonists will
alarm tibne but very timid children, and need
not terrify "evon thorn. Old Chippewa lias
faced a heavier fire on many ,a field, and
never thoughtof quailing! let his friends prof
it by his example. .',', 1
'fyvEtts and H ARnotis. In 1848,, tho Ea
yle contended, with Gen.-Cass for Its loader!
that' Locofocojam was not opposed to tho
improvenient of Wcstorn Rivers and Har
bors. . How , is it npwl , In January lust,
Gon. Pierce made, n apoochin Bradford, N.
II., from which wo take the following ox-
tract: ' ! ;. -'. . ' ,".. ". ., :
'General Pierco followed Mr.' Morrison,
giving great prominence, to this question.
He endorsed tho remarks of Mr. M. rnspecl
ing it, and said, In substance, that appropri
ations by tho Federal Government for tho
improvement of rivers and harbors was of a
purely Federal character, and repugnant to
tho principles and practices of the Demoora-;
ry of this Stulc; and that Messrs. Halo and
Tuck were justly obnoxious to tho chnrgo of
Federal 'sympathies for having supported
such measures. He pointedly alfirmod that
no person elected to Congress at a Demo
crat from this State had over supported
measures for these purposes. He put the
question to tho audience If this were not so,
and paused for a reply, which was given In
tho affirmative by some person near the
spoakur's stand.' He then reaffirmed the
position he hud taken, and proceeded with
These Eastern Locofocos can vote for an
appropriation to Collin's line of Atlantic
Steamers, but whon it comes to Improving a
Westorn harbor or removing a snag or aandr
bar from a Westorn river, for, tho conven
ience and safety of our Western commerce,
Hiey aro deadly opposed. . Such improve
ments are repugnant to the principles and
practices of New Hampshire Democracy. It
will soon be discovered that such men are
repugnnnt to tho people of tho West, who
cannot see tho difference between fostering
foreign and inland conlfcierce. They are
not Mo to appreciate, tho constitutionality
ol tle suit-water fgument and tho uncon
sljtutlonulity pf the fresh-water argtiiiiont.
As IsoiniiST. Wo wouldn't injure tho
feelings of our worthy neighbor up street for
tho world, not, wo;but tho following must go
on record. A good democrat in tho uorthorn
part of tho cuunty, who has been taking the
"official organ" for a long time, Is determin
el not to vote at all.or else ote for Hcntt.
Ho has Rnown tho Old General for lung
time and .knows that ho will make a good
President; but ho is not acquainted with
Letter iVoIm'XIoui Shields.
We call'the' attendon to' Ibe .following
letter of Lieuti SliwWs.'ot Sevier county.t-
j lt explains itself-. , The . KnoxvilhJ Regis
ter, from which we opy.sars he has here.
Ofore been a Dtmicrat, and "t one of thos
who Volunieered.friim Sevier county to serve
,in'tle Mexican wari was afterwarda m
f.ieut'nnantl . couimissioned bv lanes.
Polk; ioglit ia tvery battle in la alfey of
Mexico; was sevt-ral limes wounded in' bat
tle, the scare on bis body do testify .', ' Hf
now goes for .Scott. . Here, is the letter:.
Aari7fc,'i'rrtii.,) Vniy.' ' ' ' " ''
( l .-i -- " it8evrERVit.LE, Ang: 6, 1853.
era that some man
mate wilh statement ot sJJ th 1 . - i ,1,.,. ,mr.li
paid to Gen. Scott HurimV.. Bannw, democratic journal. thus comph.
iervlee. The resolution was menu the. ne pwmber elect to Cengrcsi
From the. Richmond Whig," August jld. -
'I'.oeii. frrct Pay, ' .,
The Leo of the, Senate have pua4
resolution calling upon the President to
furnish the Senate with statement of si) th
long puliiic serv
resisted by two Denwcrata Mtws. Stock
ton and butler as unworthy of the Senate,
The latter declared thai Geo. Soott had
richly earned every cent he bad ever re
ceived andnhat bis poverty was the best
answer to aU such Imputations as were im
plied in the resolution. . j ,
Amendments. gfTered- to ascertain some
tn ye, In which Soott eeuld not point
to some great victory over a public enemy
or some great good rndred his country.
Hftt Joint P, Cook, The.Jjayenport
Uraaa ryloMi Maseam Bad Menaf crle!
partieulara reepecling CJjen. Pierco.were voU
cd dowiK : if the wuney be received and the
prvicpuhn rAniti-rnit r enmiiiml. we think
I learh by the newspa- the pubr,e wi of opiniOI1 that it made
n In "Little KentucK hmA ,..; ui. tumhlps from horse-
has becumtf very angry at me becanso I; a
Democrat, should support my old command
C, Gen. Scott.- I had supposed this1 was a
free country, and that a man hud a right to
voto for whom he pleased. The writer or
that article says, that I am a cohvrt. In
that you are correct 1 waa a Democrat, and
at first felt like ' supporting Pierce; but
when I rempmberpd the trials anddsngersl
had gone through with whila -under Bcotr.
I did no feel that 1 conld do my feelings
jsce anil vote against him. ' ' .,
When I thought of tho long and toilsome
march from Vera Cruz to the city of Mexico,
When wu were filty flays in me neari oi an
enemy's country, cut off" from all Supplies as
well as from all communication with our
nn rountrv and menus, urruunucu uj
guerrillas on every side; and when you heard
of us again, we had planted the Star Span
gled Manner upon the Halls of Montezumas;
and It was still floating triumphantly in the
hrecze over as brave: an army and as nooie
a commander as ever1 went forth to battle;
and When I heard my brave old rommanuer
ahused 1 ceuld stand it no loncer. We4l do
I remember with what kindness he vtsiieu
the sick and the wonnded in the campaign,
and how he administered lotlieir wants oay
after day.' I tell you Mr. Editor, tho offi
cers and soldiers under hi command loved
him. You ' my brother soldiers re
member how he visited the hospitals in the
city of Mexico, and how he administered to
. r . I ' 1. r....!..l.lnn aar.1. imM
the WaniS Ot m lit mi I""""'!
with a shirt, a blanket, a pair of shoei, and
one dollar's worth of tobacco, and I for one
drew all these comforts and a knapsack also,
as did all others who lost theirs in battle.
But now I am to be abused because I chose
to vote for my kind, generous, noble and
brave old comma nder, and that too, by a man
who fires from behind a masked battery and
won't sign his name.
I venture that the man wbo has written
ajainst me, and who is trying to tear down
Scott, never slept on a wet hlanket; never
stood sentry at night for his country; wss
never put on halt rations ana nara cracxers,
and was never compelled to drink warm wa
ter, unless it was to work orra dose oi pnys
ic. But if I am not misunen in movemoer
next.we will give you a hasty plate of Soott
soup, that you will find warm water enough
for vour comfort, and the water of it shall
be real Niagara water.
But I snid the soldiers tinder Scott's com.
mand loved him you, brother soldiers, re
member when he was arrested you remem
ber the morning he loft the army of the Ur
nited States; and what was done that day-
yea, every rogimont marched round bis quar
ters, clad with a badge of mourning, in order
toBhow how they , honored and loved him.
You know wo had orders not to cheer; .but
one of the volunteer companies was oblig
ed to cheer and . break the solemn silence,
and cheer they did. , This was, a company
of sharp-shooters who took a part at Vera
Cruz and Cerro Gordp, and who did so much
of the guerrilla fighting on the road to the
valley pf Mexico. They were a noble set
of follows and did thoir duty to a man.
You all remember how slo and tlugffishly
we marched up the hill that brought us in
view of tho capital, before the battle of Con-
trcras. and on arriving at me top oi it, mere
was our old commander looking through his
spy-glass and crying out to us aa we passed
him: "Roys, the capital, the capital, the cap
ital." My fellow soldiers how did you feel
in that hour! Didn't you fed new life take
hold of your weary, toil-some limbs, and
were we not led on from victory to victory
until Scott was arrested and lorn away
from his noble army by his own . govern
mnnt. But by the blosslng of God, we will
Uy and be with him again in November, and
whonover.Hcott load victory is sure.
Newspapers may talk about Sevier county
fallinir off 600 votes and all that kind of
stuff, but with old Scott as ouf leader, she
will roll up the largest whig vote she ever
gave. Tho "pine knot" boys who served
under him are hero, and they will count lit
any crowd. , ,
A fow words as to the man who writes
against me. Come out, sir; shed your skin
it's the time for snakes to shed and If you
don't shed now we will akin you alive in
November. We'll make the 'feathers" fly.
Yousay.Ilove"bal(l face." Now, sir, thut
is not true, but a littlo good old punch I nev
er cpuld refuse, and if I am not mistaken In
fou, tve have taken many a horn together,
shall not name you now, lest I might "get
the wronir sow by the ear," but take care.
I dunt profess to be able to meet you In the
nuwripupersas I have never rubbed against
the college, and have to make my living with
inv hammer; but if you make it neccasnry I
will come down on yon "ntnmg" though my
work may not bo very "nice." You should
remember that I have been raised up here
iu the mountains among wild cats, bears,
wolvea, panthers ' nnd rattlesnakes, and I
have 'seen a few Mexicans; and I suppose
you will not bo harder to manage than all
them. And, now fellow soldiers, lets give
"a long pull, a strong pull, and a pull alto
gcthcr" for our brave old chieftain, General
Scott. "Kyes right," "forward march."
. J. W. SHIELDS.
brum the second district of Iowa
"Mr. Cmk,' the' Whig memlw elect, is a
Sartfeari of the most radical stamp, and goes '
ia 'entire length' in support of party meas
ures; andtbe people of this district may rest
assured that if whiggery H all they desire,
they will have no cause ot complaint. Mr.
Cook ' votes and influence will never be
nnv where else. He is. however, "a irrntle-
man in etery sense of the word; and if wo
must have a Whig, we know m none in me
district who would suit us better. "
. Ovrrwfcrtnelnc Tettwoiiy.
OVER HALV a Million of Tstmonllthvs hsen
t-rrh-ti by lh Proprietor of McAUttor'i ALU
.'. -i , 1IEAUNO- OINTMENT!
y "S .From Phvsiciua Iha rooa'
" from- Caniwillora :JMrnsd
Turnino the Tables. Rnliroad compa
nies have frequently boon sued for damages
on account of cuttle being killed on the
track by the railroad train. Such suits have
recently, however, been desrded in favor of
thi) company, as the owner of cattle has no
right to endanger the property of the com-
or tho lives or the passenger, by al
in . it:. . . pany,
I irrco, iiu ur K..L ui prnn upon ...i.. i.:. ... . I ' ,. I- M... l
- - . . ' ' mwiim llini.aiilir iu 1911 iuwb. til vjuiivivbi
his pitrty paper for informntloo.unit Uc"
so ritragiui1y a)ont Gen. Scott, thut, he
eannot trust ItJortlto true history of Pierce.
Weard aorry that our neighbor's reputation
is tit far goner but it is his bwji fault. ' Let
biii be honest. , ..
' - tfTTlie Deinooratid papers have publish
ed fiir andwidoiu tho list what they call
seceilcrs from the Whig party the name of
Hnmuiil i. lloyd, Humiliated a a- Whig o-C-ctor
ti 'MifiMi'wipiM '. -In tbis they havo
slandered him just as the sro daily slandor
i;ig tboiisanda of others. Ho baa declined
being a cftifdi lafe for elector on. the ground.
iliat .it would be uttertily impossible for him
tn can vans t!iyiatt), but, In bis ltttef to the
Whig etnfrnl eoinuiiftee, he soys; , .
' f rpjfaW.HiniWVig caiidkklrs for 1?rer!
dent aiid Vide presideut a plaeod before
tin' coimtrynWiiiciples that cannot fail W
receive for thea.t)U approval of a groat ma
jority of the people.! . They rr' 1 harmony
with my own views, and will be sanctioned
by my vote. ' , , ' ;', ',"'' , r',.'
CttTA card has been published by tho of
Hcs.o tlie Henry Clay, abking the public
to "snspeud judgment.' A correspondtDt
of the UustiJtk Ik-rtld thinks the public should
rather "sujr te oiheer. . , -, ,
ng his tatllo- to rn loose.
a suit of ibis kind was brought, n few days
ago, when the court took still stronger
grounds that the owner of the cattle was a
tretipniMter himself, dismissed his suit, and
sustained a claim by tho company for dam
. tiwM Ohi.eass Cor rut Market We no-
tice rurthea saU-a of Rioto the extent of 600
bags, including 375 ban yotewiaj at 8 Jets,
making an- aggrogate ur the week of 6500
bagn,, tho residue including SI6 damaged at
7c, 8f(00 at 84, 600 at 8, and 600 at 8t eta.
Tho stock oilliand yeaterday, aa given in
Lnnsdalv'a Weekly Statement, was so,2!)o
bags in first hands and 3977 in second hands.
making total of 83,076 bags, against tola
same time last year. Import aince 1st July,
including 6000 per Oxcfla, yeaterdry, S9,03
bags, against 4500 same time in inoi. ttui-
knlin, l-Uhiiut. .
The Potato Rot. The Granite 7kr-
merlia been Informed by a gentleman from
Concord, N. II., that digging a few hills of
hi Chenanroee the other day,. he dimower
ed that many or tnem were badly aflected
wtuii orra-potato disease. . .
. frrTiwo young girls, at Henderson, Ky.,
on Monday, lat. OMimittcd' suicide by tying
their handa tog6her and wading oat into the
OhioriwerPwhne they laid down and drown
ed themselves. They were siters,.16 and II
years oluV Cause, family ;ili(Tleultiei x ,
back, which constituted his greatest exploiu,
conferred neither very great benefit nor hon
or on the country : while one oiscolls Bat
tles that of Bridgewater for instance.'by
hastening the termination of the war ami
preserving peace with Engluiid for 7 years,
was worth million. ' '" "','
" The Locos cant niake anything by this
device. It will tend to revive in the public
tnird the many glorious achievements of the
party assailed. And then, with all the mon
ey he may have received, his noble poverty
will nrovoke the inquiry what did he do
with it! He is not a man of wat-teful and
hrodigal habits he ha not Squandered the
public money which igrateftt) country gave,
in luxurious indulgences; id rioting and driin
keiiPSR, nor bus he lost it at the gaming ta
ble. He is a prudent nnd economical mm,
and yet he is poor. ' Why is this! these par
ty scavengers witl force the people to ask.
The answer is, he has a hand open aathe
day for melting charity,' He never refuses
while he has a cent,' or can raise oue, to be
stow it upon objects that need it. The poor
soldiers why have visited Washington city
to prosecute their cluims, have .been in an
especial manner tho objects ot his bounty
and the drains upon his purse. Many a one
has gone there without, the means to pay his
tavern bills, and has found a seat at Gen.
Scott's table, and a bed in his house;, or
when that was not practicable, has had bis
bills at the hotel paid and money furnished
him to regain his home. But there has been
no Governor Steele to blazon these things
to the world. It was a bounty known only to
the giver and receiver and which, to the
humane and benevolent man who bestowed
it, constituted its own reward. The De
mocracy have been signally unfortunate in
brineinir this subject to the public attention,
The cent's worth of candy and his pistareea
to the Sunday School Library, wbieb em
brace the charitable deeds of Pierce, will
form a striking contrast with the stream of
bounty which has flowed from Scott.
The National Intelligencer, a few days
since, on the authority, of a correspondent,
known to the Editors, gave the following
facts:- which go to show, that ia every part
of tho land, wherever Scott ensountered
one of his old comrades, wbo with him bad
perilled his life or shed his blood for his
country, he was ready and eager to give him
assistance. He did not wait to be asked;
but upon the bare suspicion that assistance
was needed, his heart and hand were open.
Hero is the recital in the Intelligencer
coming, if not from the grateful man him'
aolf, from the person through whom the
bounty was dispensed:
"Home years alter the war of 1813 was
concluded, Gen. Scott, at Cincinnati, met
with Capt. E , who had served with him
on the Canada frontier in that war.' At Ha
close Capt. E left the army, highly en
teemed by the General and his fellow-offi
cers for gallant conduct and amiable quali
ties.. At this meeting with his comrade,
Gen. Scott was impressed with the belief
that Capt. E was in destitute circum
stances, and at once folt a desire to extend
to him some relief; hut knowing Capt. E
to be rather sensitive, the General consult
ed with P s, Esq., then co-editor of a
leading journal in Cincinnati, as to the best
modo of affording substantial aid and com
fort to the Captain and his family. They
concluded to constitute Mrs. P. sole ngont,
with discretionary power as to mode and
means, to carry into execution the benevo
lent intentions of the General. Mrs. P
cheerfully accepted the trust, and immedi
ately searched for and found the humblo
dwelling of the Captain's family.
"Under the pretext of procuring a seam
stress, Mrs. P , with the tact and grace
of a well-bred lady, perceived their great
distress, and soon ascertained the full extent
of the presontand pressing want. Without
delay, and at the General's expense, Mr.
P -procured all the necessaries and com
forts that she,- a good house-wife, thought
their condition required, and sent the articles
to them by a messenger, who was directed
not to answer questions, but merely say that
he was ordered to leave the things there.
Capt E soon after obtained profitable
employment, and subsequently removed to
another Slate, where he practiced law suc
cessfully. In 1840 he was a member of the
Legislature of that Stato, and in 1814 the
writer met the Captain, and was informed
by him that bis condition was comfortable
But who are the honorable Senators, who
are begrudging to Soott the emolument,
which his country, for great deeds, has be
stowed upon him! They are no doubt per
sons very fearful lest a cent of the public
money should be taken without adequate
servicet Scott's pay has been out of all
proportion to his services! His ten pitched
battles his preserving peace on the Cana
dian frontier his saving us from civil war
his treaty with the North-Western In
diana his fearless exposure of life for the
good and glory of his country his body rid
dled by British bullets cost a great deal
more than thoy wore worth! Very well
let us jsce what hi assalTants charge for
their services. First and foremost nn the
list is Mr. Atchison, of Missouri.' We find,
that this nico adjuster of services and pay,
charged the Government and people of the
United State, hv wav of.constrnctive mile-
age, JJlbuo for one night's rest in Washing
ton! (ien. Scott did not receive hall aa
much as that for the battle of Chippewa
when the British were first taught to yield
to inferior numbers and cold steel. Next
comes Mr. Borland, of Arkansas, who for
just such laborioM work as Mr. Atchison's,
one mirht's quiet rest in Washington, re
ceived $1806. -Norfonbt, doable as much as
Scott got for his bloody night at Lundy's
Lane. Next we have Mr. Clemens, of Ala
bamaho pocketed 9 1040 of the public
money for the same service. That was
cheao. Then Dodge, of Iowa, $1440
Dodgo.ot Wisconsin, V 1584 each ror one
nii'lit's rest. ' Next we havo that immacu
tate S. A. Douglas, who is such an advocate
of economy such an abhorror of public
plunder he contented himself with 81084
tor one night's sleep in Washington! That
was better earned than the pacineation.ot the
Canadian frontier! Next comes vowne,oi
uwiauuia, and the French" Republican.
Soule one 03340, and the other f3Q94
mighty men for nuritv and economy! And
yet they charge the people more for one
iiighf sleep, than. Geo Scott received for
five victories in the Valley of Mexieo!
We might extend the list but enough has
been given to furnish the reader with n M.
of the sort of meR.wlie.afe assailing General,
ooon I or uar nig recriwsa puouc money With
out having rendered aervloe for It. Aa to the
old Hero himself, he may, In the happy and
BDDronriat words of Senator Butler, renlv to
such inquiries, a Scipio did to hi enemies,
when called upon for an audit ol his account
" Thit if not tht day, i tht month in ' which I
trim JAf W" Zatmt." Tlrere Is no month,
03-!f the editor of the Defiance Democrat
will turn to his paper, some three weeks
since, near the close of his second editorial
column, be will there find one of those un
fortunate orphan pieces., which everybody is
sshamed to own, charging Gen. Soott with
conniving at the burning of churches in Phil
adelphia. If he retracts, we will cheerful
ly give him credit for having a small portion
ofthat conscience left, which he had last
winter.'- " " '' "'
." Tux, Fishery Questior. The New York
Tribuoe says it has private information that
on the fishery question tho Britich Cabinet
will " change its course of action, and no
onger seek to enforce the very stringent
construc tion of the treaty which has been
the sole ground of difficulty, ami by which
our fishermen were to bo excluded from the
bays and inlets of the coast.
fttrA man was shot at Fremont, on Mon-
Jay last, as he was riding civilly along in his
buggy. ' A man from the country had got
into a quarrel with some laborers on the rail
road there, and drew his pistol to shoot at
them, and missed his aim, but killed the man
inthebuggy.whowasin noway concerned in
Ait IxctDEHT. The following is one of
the incidents related in connection with
the late sad disaster on the Lakes:
"After the propeller first went to the At
lantic and had hauled off to examine her
condition, some one floating at a short dis
tance was screaming most vociferously for
help. He was heard, and a boat sent lor him.
They seized him by the collar and dragged
him in. On -examining that man, he was
found to be as dry as a powder nask. "How
Is this," enquired the rescuer, "you are not
wet at all!" "A feeflsinthe safe," was his
response. He had been floating on a gang
plank, which might very conveniently have
carried ten men."
rpHKUfgeHTiTO'llngEXHIBrnOK in the world.
JL being combination or til the moat populw and
nneicorptlomble amiiMiaj ntt of the -ags ealargtti
sad improved lot the Season of liCi. ...
A TEAM OF TEN ELEPHANTS "
Will draw tho greet fr-if Jiiggf rnt. v t
A BAHY KI.KIMKNT! 1 '" V !
Only one ver old. end but 3 foot high, will rry
upon hh back roun-l tlic interior of t!i , Immwin H.
villion the Lilliputian GKNKIUL TOM TIIUM0
Tk. Mumirirm,t Cmrtrtn couiiliso 10 hniKO ' and 90
" " .2 .. i. , , . i i . ,
man. -me rtnnon ni cxninnuni t"n w wja.
until it ia coebIsofonnofKUIing iu,w ieciu
at ones. The collortlcn of living Wild Bwti in
clude! the moat epieadid specimens "vor Kxhildted in
Anwiice. Amoug mny other! will befouud ..
IX If ACrilfl'f. LIOXS .
Kio.h from their native Furct. '
'. ..A 8ACRKD llfft-VlliSK liOl.T.
From tho Island ol Cayion, woivhinred there by the'
Pagan Natives, and lorenriy liiurn iroin an luomiruui
A Montter While or rolarBear!0(. prodigioua
size andtf'erocity.' '"
AMtgHftcent Royal Tfgir The argoitoae over
captured aliro. . , . .
AnlnfaniiU Camel Only tlx monlhi of ige, tho
firat one ever born In America, etc.. etc. - - .
Thf Drove nf Klephantt wero captured In tho
Junalo of central CViylfn.br Mors. 6. B.Jvxr. and
n,.nno iWm-fti Kaiatnl hv 2M( natives, alter
nrauitnf throe months and four ilays mtne Jun;ioa.
'Huv ... rmnllu nntrannod and aecurvd .In an In
dian Kraal or Trap, of enorinnua dimensions and pro
di).'ioii.i atrenRth, where they wero nebduid. The
calf Birphant nrconipanioi )ts Oaro, and wa vcancd
on Its passage from In'lia. ' t
A NMva Ceylon Chief, ot high rsta in m own
i in the Uw from Jndgea of
J celebrity on the lien eh,
1 eim'y ' "ave
; shining lights la
of Truth- fxom
i rul 1'fofoisors.
. , tVKliCHS RATIONAL. JCIKVVB,
"tTil Co.. mn& Drlstkaik a Co'a
MEW KfEIIIES 'UNITED
--'' For mat.- - -'
.V i it ..
country, has charge ol'theElephamts, having accom
named tnein Iroin IL-yion.
Proprietor of tho American Muspum, New York, haa
the homo to, announce, that encouraged by the. hriU
liant stici-oae which has attended all Itia vanoul efforts
for tho ainimement of tho pub ic, he has been led to
form t!uj project or organizing a vast iravoiiuig
MUSEUM OK WONOF.nS,.
iroin ML-.!stf r of the lo.
J ol,.waaSa aodBTiatirg in-
fe ;- f- Mfircrnmn, irom inoae
'7t ' . ' f overy station, name
and d ijroo among manicinil aU ol wiucn, wimoui
onB dissenting ebjoetion, pronouncS hi Ointaaent to
Aa day hv davit unobtrusively extends itt sphere
nf .i.nr itnrAnwa nf.mii- vmiai cniintrv.and la
circulated throughout ita Hxtent, new evidone'ra of Its
powor-and new prootanf i s el!i' acy are continaally
davolnpeil. Three million ot hoxea, appltod 10 a
"oaso'within th last font years hai'e estahliahed the
a.dtoun-ltii fact, -lie-yondtho pewer nf cavil or cant a.
diction, that kit jsmukm: b)4he cure nf all Tu
mora. Ulcers, Sores, Hums, Tetter, Pilos, Scrofula,
Krvslpols, cliiliilnfha.'scald Head, anreEye. Quinsy,
croup, Rlieiimatium, Ismkea Rreeat, Agneia theKaoe,
corns, he. It templotely reatorct I lie Inaenaible res
sprnATioft. andbv this meanaonenathoae avenues by
which nature intended to expel the morbid matter of
the body thus is i near stem closnsed: the blood pu
rified: and tbe health restored. .- v . t .-.
t It Bar power to cause all exeratl aorea, Heroful
Que iliunort. and. I'oimnoua wouwt t discharie
their putrid matter? and then heal them. It is rightly
lerme' All lloauiiR, lur intira ii imnvny a aiseaae
extornal or interns 1, 1 hat H will not benefit. 1- have
n.pd it fnrtho last fourteen vears lor all tho diseases
of tho f host; coiMOmDtioaand liver: iiivolvinc tho uU
. . m ;:.-- I r J 1 1 r
most danger ana(reajousiuiiiiyi nu a uwiaxv "uirw
hnsvnn and man. that not In One sinele case has it fail
ed to benefit when tho patient ss within reach, of
mortal mesns. ...
J. McAtlSTEK. 141 Fullon-st., New York.Sole Pro
prietor. A. 8 llKsriRT, Agents ferQhio. - :
Sold by K. I,.Slocumand Otto W. Kracmer, Lancas
ter: E. Kalb, RuehvHIe; W. W. Reed, Carroll; M-Carop-bell.
Prrkoringtnn: Leonard and Urother. Basil; A. E.
Mltlhoff, Ickvijlo; Ranmel Bartlot, Winchester; i
Kndsley, Lithopellis K. Genliegan, Baltimore; JXlay
pool.New Paloro; J. and S. lienbee. Amanda; Daniel
Haw kin, Sugar tirove; Ashbaugh and llopry. Bremen.
. Octolor83. 1KB1 . ,,W,.,A ,, ., . ?6-,,
Speech or Col. Benton Ex-Senator
Benton delivered a speech on the 1 1th inst
ant. before a meeting of citizens of St- Lou
is, called, we presume, for the purpose of
congratulating him on his electiou to the
House of Representatives. The Colonel
made a dashing speech, and rejoiced over
the victnrv thev had acheivod bv carrvintr
the city and county of St. Louis without
losing a man. He expressed himself oppo
sed to a war with Mexico to enforce the
revival of the Garay grant; he is against a
war with Great Britan on the fishing ques
tion; against sending ships to the scene of
dispute, and opposed toal'irmingtho country
with a talk of war.
Pierce Stock Going Ur! The most con
spicuous effort to manufacture capital for the
advance nf Mr. rierce.nas just been made
by the Baltimore Sun. It declares with grav
ity and considerable vehemence that'an indi
vidual who was wounded at Lundy's Lane
"married Pierce's sister."
It should have been adilod, that it is re
lated of the gallant soldier wbo "married P's
sister," that while still suffering from his
wound, the gratifying fact was announced to
him that ho was the father of a noble boy.
" Callhim Winfeltl Scott.'"said the happy fath
er. Alb. Eve. Jour.
Haulino Down the Pierce Fr.AO.
The Star, heretofore a neutral paper conduct
ed with considerable ability, at Jackson,
Miss., immediately after the Baltimore nom
ination, hoisted the Pierce nnd King flag.
A "sober second thnnght" has! however
wrought a change and the flag has disap
peared. Ten Thousand Men Wanted. The Su
perintendent of the Illinois Central Railrond
haa advertised for 10,000 men to work on that
road. As there are over 700 milos to be
completed, . and aa the compauy has amplo
cash funds on hand.an excellent opportunity
ia offered foe an ' employment for two or
three years. ' "
Balloon Ascension. Mr. Wise ascend
ed from Detroit on Saturday, and landed in
Oakland county, 43 milea from Detroit. He
describes the trip as one of the moBt delight
ful he ever mado. At one time nearly one
hundred small lakes were in sight. Tbe
prospect was surpassingly grand.
Which eomDrlses a ereat vartetv of attractions, and
moreextnordlnary novo ties, than any travelling ex-
mulllon in me worm, tvury mature oi ima mam
moth establishment is of a pocu'iar and interesting
nature, the whole is produced upon a gigantic scale
of magnitude Tho travelling psraphimalia of the
American museum, as it enters eacnuHvn, is precea.
ed by the gorgeous
CAB OK Jl'finKRNAUT,
Drawn bv Ton Elephants sunerhtv caparisoned, being
an accurate mnile of that terrib'e enuine of idolatrous
sacrifice, finUhmi k decorated in all the extra vuganceof
the Hindoo stylo r ollow ing tills monster vehicle, is a
long procession of costly cages snd rsrrlages, the
whole forming a spnctah'e of more than Orients1 splen
dor. The exhibition will take place within magni
ficent Variegsted Pavilion, composed of American flagi
of water-proof fabric. The real genuine, original
Cntorrd seconDng to Act of Congtvsa, In tts yat
. 1M41, byj. B. UOUOHTON, Mi hi the skill's
. Office of the District Court mr th Eastern
Pistrkt of Ponnsylvenla. .
Aaottier Scientific Wondejrl ,
GREAT OURE.FOR ;," :(
Dfe. J. 8. HOUGHTON'
TlTILt exhibit at (IRClXVIiXE September U.I
The public am rospwtlully informed that these'
TWO VAST M KN A d Kill i!S, "United for the present
sesuoni lorm by far the largest coilortion of living
Animals euor exliiblu la this oraay other, country .
l)Vf.U 190 ,tfil(lI.S ANU BIRDS
Can be men uader their spacious ParUlioo,, 386 foet
ON'K, I'ftlCE pI ADtMlSSION.
Hours of Exhibition from 8 to 5 P. M., snd 7 to If
in the evening. Uf-Admission !U cents-no half price.
The Cortesro will arrive in the town on the moraino'
of tho 2nd instant, about 10 o'clock, and the Carriages,
S M""Hi.,coniiiiiiig Hie Auuua'a, , t
l)lt AWN DY 1 40 j SPLENDID HOUSES.'
Hoadi d by Neeper's Phi'adeiphia BRASS BAND. wll
pass through tU principal atroets, attord'ng an oppor
tunity of beholding one jf the most' -
GOBOEOUSi A NO IMPOSINq.CRO.CESSIONS
Of the kind d.er scea. tw
t DonbU Prrformsncs In three, lumcme
PerfermlnK Ueatal ' " " j
, HEUrl DKIESBACH in TWO, and
1 " 8lgnore HIDEBALGO in the other.
! Inthedoqrseof each)' exhibition. UERR DRIES-BACHthoiar-fsmed
UON KINO, will enter the
dens of hietVild tenants ef the Koroat-- ;
IJON&, LEOPARDS, TIGERS, COCGF.R?; Su.:.
d give a display, the- same as when ordorod by the
spociol commnnd .f Queen Victoria, Louis Phillippe,
(fato King nf the French,) Emporcr' Nicholas bf St.
FutOKburgh and tne Hoyal family ol (he llapsburgh
' Sienore fUDERALGO will alsnnerfonn his hiah.
ly trained Animals, separate and entirely different
from Herr Drieabach, showing the different powers
of tbe miod over the Animal Creation. ., o
DIGESTIVE FLUID, J
OR, ASTIUC JUCK. ,
Prepared Irom Rkhmkt, or the fourth g roMACM of
thk Ox, after directions of Bauoh Lit bio, the
great Physiological chemist, by J.U. IIououtoh M
u. I'hllad ipnia, I'ennsyivania
fiENF.RAL TOM THUMB
Is attached to this exhibition, and will appear in all Ma
performances as given before the principal crowned
hnads of Europe, including Songs, Dsncos, Grecian
Statues, & his sdmired personation of Napoleon ind
r'redericlc tho (iroat The litt'e General is twenty
yean of ago, weighs onW fifteen pounds, and is but
twenty-eight inches high. A'ao engaged,
i in the lilghost degree curious snd
liir V HvriNHMMl Pnriry lriiiv
GEORGE SMITH has removed his Chsir and Red
stead Kactorv from the corner of V heulina si d
Columbus streets, to 8tanhrry' IMUIInn nn Ma n
acreef, Iwo door Kael o the Working Valley Bank
nnddlreetly oppotite the i herleereit more, lie lias a-
The man without arms, who will execute bis extraor
dinary foats of losding and firings isto with his to s;
cutting prolile ikenossos; shooting at a mark with a
bow and arrow; playing upon the Accordion and Vio
iincello,etc Mr. Nollis, in these porfnrmsncea, ex
hibit a wonderful example of what Indomitable en
ergy and industry can accomplish, even when laboring
under disadvantages apparently the most insurmounl
ab'a. A enmp'ete Menagerie of
LIVING WILD ANIMALS.
Is also Included in the American Museum, snd at a
convenient period during the exhibition .
Will enter the Dens of the Wild Bnssts, and give his
classical illustrations nf HoTcules struggling with the
iSasmoan Linn; iianiel In tne Lion s lien; oamson ue
stroving the Lion, etc.
One nfthe moat interesting portions of the exhibition
is formed by the display of a grvat collection of
Including futures of the aixe of life, ol all the Proa!-
d nts of the United States, also of a great number ef
noted charactera, American and Foreign, all of which
ale accurate likeno ses, and appropriately costumed.
In fact,tha whole establishment is a vast repository of
This Ik a truly wonderful remedy for Indigest'on.Dys.
pepsia, Jiismiice, lirnr complaint.'ionstipatipn, aud
Urbihtv, curing alter Mature' own metnou,
' Naturus own Anent. the Gastric Juice.
Ji-llalfa tcaspoonful of I'kfsik, .infused in water,
.'will d!gostordiisolv.,1l;ti)ePOKn(Viinfioasil lleef
'. in ahmit hoo hour, out of t he stomach." '
PKfSIN is the chief element, or Groat Digesting
Principle of the Oaslric Juice tho solvent of the
Food, the Purifying, Preierehtg, and sfimitfaiiKg
Agent of the stomach and Intbstines, It in extracted
from the digestive stomach of the Ox, thns forming
an Artificial Digestive t'luio, prociseK like thh na
tural Gastric Juice in its chrinicat powers, and fur
nishing a complete and perfect substitute for It. By
the aidof this preparation, the pains and lavils nf indi
gestion and dyspepsia are removed, juBt as they would
be by a healthy stomach. It is doing wonders for Dys-
.? . r-y. ,1. : i :.. -
eclineand dyspeptic consumpiion, supposed to be i n
the vergo of thegravo. Tho Scientific evidcuifj upon
wnicn it is Daseo, is
SCIENTIFIC EVWEXCK! . '
B A HON LIEBIG in his colehrated work on Anlmil
chemistry, says: "An Artificial Piustive fluid, ana'
logons to the Gastric Juice, may be reaility prepared
from the mucous membrane of tht. stomach of the Calf,
in which various aitii-liw of fond ss mest snil eggs,
will bo toflened. changed and digcefed just in the
saineinaniif-ras thev would he in the human stomsch."
Irr COMRK, in h'is valuable writings on the "Phy
siolngy of Digilinn," observes that ' dimiuutinn of
tneduo quantity ol thottastiic juire.is a prominent
and all prevailing causo of Dyspepsia;.' and he states
that "a distinguished prnfL-ssor of medicine in London,
who was severely aillirted with this complaint, find
ing everything else to fail, hail 'ecmrrso to-tho Gas
tric Juice, obtained from the stomachs of living mi'
mala, which proved completely tucccmful."
Dr. GKAIIAM, author oftho famous works on "Ve
getable Diet," ssys: "It is a temsrksble fact In phy
siology, thst the i-loinachs of animals, maceiattid In
water, Impart to the Auid the property of dissolving
various articles or loon, snd ol enacting a mnu oi or
Welch's National CtrctiN.
Tho Proprietors of this Comeanv have effected an
engagement with the celebrated - .
EQUESTRIAN -TROUPE r,
Of Gen. Tlufua Welch, who has for the last five months
been performing to largo audiences at the National
Amphitheatre, Philadelphia, composed of the -.;
r,.,, ELITE AND.. FASHION fc.
Ofthat city. Among the company caa be found th
lonowing wen-Know n Artists, viz:
rider in the world. DA VW) RICHARDS, the darin
J. P. CADWALLADEH, the greatest 4 and 6 horse
ider in the world. DA VW) RICHARDS, the darin
hare-hack rider. J. SWEET antftfPMAN, the best
sceuio delineators now travelling T. McFARLAND,
the greatest Tumbler in the world, having thrown
the unprecedon ed number of 78 Somenetta in rapid
succession. MASTER WILLIAMS. This Juvenile
must bo seen to be appreciated by the public.
' C I. O W N 81 ! "'.''
ALEX. ROCKWEU.i tho groat American Jester,
will open his budget of fun. 'Also, BOB WILLIAMS,
the celebrated Trick Clown, will appear ia his nu
merous tricks. .. .. ....
Dancing Haraea and Ponies,
rr-iDVISSION ONLY "6 CENTS!
; To the whole combined Exhibition!!!
A full description of the Animals. Birds, otff.. can ha
seen by the company's Bills at the principal Hotels.
August it ciawiiw
Urged his business and Intends keeping i n ! WONDERFUL OB.I ECT8 of NATURE & ART,
hand the largest and beat assortment if I . , , , , . , . ,, . . .
.,, .,.. ni?naasiasiai the full psrtlrulsrs of which it oud be impossible to
in pan, oi Lane soai, cottage, iinstiA,
JYonch, Rcroll top, Villsge, common and
Children's Chain. Roclablea and Settees.
All descrlptlona ol BEDSTEADS manufactured of
either Cherry. Walnut. Maple or Sugar.
His work will all be made of the very beat matsrlrl
by good workmen and nfthe latest and most approved
patterns.' It will he Inferior to none msnulsctured
elsewhere and will be sold at the very lowest prices.
A continuation of the very liberal patronage of the
public ia respectfully solicited. It is the intention of
the aubseriner to koep a full and general assortmert
stall times, ao thst n will be) enabled to accomme
data both old and new customers with anything in hb
line. In connection with hia establishment la Mr. ti.
L. Eckert'a Cabinet Ware Room, ao that customers csi
be accommodated with all articles requisite to com
pletes full assortment of Household t urnlture. Call
and see GEORGIA SMITH
Lsncaater, November 1, 1889. ... 38
' ' ' 1 IsOOk oti
McKLROV Bl LLI NO H U R8T have removed their
Boot and Shoe Shop to Glssy's building, fisrt
deer east of the Exchange snd Immediately oppoosit
Mr. Samuol Boery's Grocery's, where they will keep
on hand and manufacture to order. Boots ni Shoos
ol the best quality; all warranted sod sold at low &
urea. I'leaee tali at the Kailroed Sign.
- - MeUl.HOY BILLING HURST.
Lansaeter, April 10, ISM B0
Springer & Trout,
sJM f"T A VE removed their Cloth ws Est bush-
AAmkvt to Gleay'a .building, between the
jt llocklna Valley Bank anal T. W. Tallmadge's
Mchtngo Otnca, when they have jult opened a large
and sxteulvs) assortment of . .
. Resaaly .MmI Ctotklsirf
Which they will ell as low aa the aaroa quality of
goods and work eaa be purchaaed at any other estsb
fishment In tho clay. Thelrclothing is manufactured
ander their own ssspervision ana is ronsequemiy su
perior to that whloh ia brought from other places.
They have also on hand, a beautiful variety of.
' Cloths, Cftaslmerea, Venting, Ac, t
Which thev are Drecared to manufacture to order.
They have in their employ the best of workmen and
are at all times prepared to snake the beat fits and In
the latest styles. AlUbeir work truY b warranted.
Tne puovc are reaeectiuiiy soiiciseo. to can ana rx
aratn thoir stock, and while thankful for the liberal
patronage they have enjoyed; they assure their old
enstbmar ami all. others that thev will labor to live
general aetlafaetioa both in the quality and price of
ineirgoooa ana wont. i&t'ruiiuui e. i iwjtu r. -Jecaster,
May 4,185a . d93
11! ri nit' MiibMrua
atid which has been brought together at an enormous
penditure of meana, forming the largest and moat no
1 travelling exhibition in thia or any other country.
tficial digeetim of them in no wise different from the
natural digestive process,"
(J J"C'all on the Agent, and get a Descriptive circu
lar, gratis, giving a large amount of scientific evidence,
similar to tne sbove, together with reports nf remark
able cures, from all parts of Ihci United States.
At a Vyspcpxia Curer, .
Dr. HOUGHTON'S I'hl'fclN has produced the most
marvellous effects. In curing casoa of Debility, Kma
eialion, Nerrnue Decline ni Dy'peptie connmption.
If la Impossible to give the details of cases In the lim
its of this advnrtisemoiitibulsutheuticated certificates
have boon given of more than 3W Hundred remark
able euren, in PhiladulnbiaiewYork aud Boston alone.
These wore nearly all desperate esses, snd the cures
were not only rspid and wonderful, hut permanent.
It is s great ifcreout Antidote, and particularly
useful for tendency to bilious disorder, liver com
plaint, fever and ague, or badly treated fever and
ague, and the evil etferta of Quinine, Mercury, and
other drugs upon the Digestive Organs, sfter a long
sickness. Also, for excess in esling, snd tho too froe
uso of ardent spirits. It almost reconciles Health
Old Stomach Comphinit.
There is no form of Did Somachcomplaint which
it does not s em to reach and remove at once Nn
mstter linv biul thoy may be, it gi net instant relief!
A sin ;!e dose r-imoves sll tho uu'.oasant symptoms;
slid if oiilv nieds to lie rrpiwl' d fur a short time to
mske these uoihI elf cts permanent. Purity tf Illfiod
andviffiiroj Body follow st once.' It is particular
ly excellent in imses of Nausea, Vomiting, cramps,
snronoss.oftho pit of the stomach, distress aftorvuting,
low, cold stato of the Blood, Heaviness, lowness of
spirftSfdospondency, emaciation, weakness, tendency
to Inssnitv, aiiicidi', Stc ' '
Dr. HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN. Is sold by'nearly all
the dealers in flno drugs Popular.Modlrinns,tlirough
out the Unite 1 Slates. It is prepared in Powder and
In fluid form and Proscription vials lor the use of
Private Circulars for tho uso ol Physicians, may
be obtained of Dr. llmii;htonor his Agents, describing
the whole process of preparation, and giving the au
thorities upon which the claims ol this new remedy
are based As it ie not s secret remedy, no ebjectioa
can ' r isod sgainut its use by Physicians'in respectar
bio atandingand regular prict Ice. Price.l?! per bottle.
A fine mi liary Band will perform tho most popular
airs ef the day, aa tho procession ent rs the city, and
also during the hours of exhibition.
TbeAmwricsa Museum and Menagerie will exhibit
At Lancaster, Monday, September
lrif nf admission 96 cents, children under 9 years
of age 16 cents. To the whole of this itnmenso es
tablishment, including General Tom Thumb, thi en
tire collection of Wild Anima'a, Wax Statuary, Mr.
Pierce's Performances in the Dens,the Uaby Elephant,
Mr, Mellia' performance, etc., no extra charge un
der any pretence whatever, let the report be what
they may. Doors open fron ti to i, and from 7 te 9
o'cioea-, P. M. . August 13
nkw, cheapT cmc tin" shop...
TIIE sulMcriber having located himself Iu the city
would moat respectlully inform the cltlzecs ot
he sain and surrounding country, that he la now
opening a Shop on Columbut ttreet, West tide, three
Poor North of Main, for the manufacture sad sale
of all kinds of
TU, Copper -fand 8heot-Iroat Ware,
Where he intends keeping.at all tlmea.s full snd 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
iuc their purchases, as tie is determined to sell cheap,
UirMrrofd. - A. WHITE
JOBBING, Jtc.--House Spouting and Roof
ing,tprepared and luijip on the shnrtee notice, in the
beat manner, and st the very lowest rate. A. W.
Lancaster, Ohio, September 4,1861. 18
I? TOWARD I.. S LOCUM, ha vlng purchased the
U entire Stock of Draffs and Medicines ol
George G. Beck, bow offers thesameforaale.togethel
witn a large ana well seieoiea new sinra at tne U'
It rOssniVK this! verv hottlu-ol Ihe eel
PEPSIN bears the written signature of J. S. llOUUll-
Stand, known aa the City Drna; Mtore, where marl
be found a large and complete assortment of Drugs,Med
diciaes and Chemicals, rtlnta, Ulla, Uye-Stutts, Glsss
Ware and Window Glass. Brushes. Groceries. Kanev
Articlea, o., which w ill be sold wholesale and retail,
upon as reasonable terns as ran he purchased in the
city Mittiiiu u.M,m.;uia.
Lsaaeterv April S4, 18Gb dkwBI.
TON, M D., sole proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa, Copy
right and rrade Mara aecurea. . ,
JT-Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Modlciaea.
ytaesKDWAKD L. SLOCUM. Lskcastki.;
Dn. J. M. Wilson. Newark:
Thotjf & Ficadt, Circlevllle;
MarchA.G. Roarnxa, Colvmbds - 47
CHEAT REVOLUTION IU FRANCE.
I AMj-i now receiving and opening out a large
aud well selected , , -Stock
of Spring ninl Summer Coods,
which I am determlnod to sell as low aa any other
House In Ohio. -
XiADlES AND GENTLEMEN
who wish to purchase will And tbe following articles,
Dress Silks, fancy and plain; Silks do.; Fancy Lawns,
Silk Bereges, Esncy Delanea, Calicoes, Ginghams,
White and fancy Robes ,embrd; Parasols and Kans,
all kinds; White damask crape shawls
Worked Cuffs, Sleevea and eollara; Bonnet Ribbons;
French and fancy Dowers; dress trimmings; '
Dress buttons, of all sorts; silk and linen bradea;
. New Style Bonnets,
Edgings and lace; black aPk lace; new style bloomer
combs: superior Polks; Marseilles Vestlngs;
Cloths and csssimeres, Sattinets, Jeans and tweeds;
Muslins irom J to I J yard wide, sheeting; '
iileached rousllns, cotton yams, tickings, bagging; ,
Lcnrhora and Palm Leaf lint, taew styles,
' Batting and Queensware, a very large stockof v
BOOTS AND SHOES; 1 o j ,, t..
and prices to suit customers. - ' -
All those who will favor me with a call betore they
buy elsewhere, will be saving money bv doing so..,
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TiTRAPPING PAPER. 80 Rbam cap Wrap
Crown; W do Cap Tissue.,
the cross, for sale by
' OTTO W. ERAEMKrV
For Ike Care ef
COUGHS, COLDS, EfOiRSENESSV :
CROCr, ASTHMA, AND
IN offering to the commonity this justly celebrated
remedy tor diseases of the throat ana lungs, ills
notourwlsh totrille with the lives or health of the
afflicted, but frankly to lay before them the opinions
of distinguished men snd some of the evidences of ita
suscess, from which they caa judge for themselves.'
We sincerely pledge' oarselves to make ao wild as-'
lertlons or false statements of its enlcscy, nor will we
hold out any hope to sufi'i ring humanity which facts
will not warrant.
Many proofs are here given, and we solicit an inv
quiry from the public into all we publish, feeling as-
sured they will find them perfectly reliable, ana the
medit'ino worthy their best confidence and patronage.
Fron the distinguished Professor a Chemistry and
Materia Medico, Boivdoin College.
Drar Sir: I delayed answering the receipt of y oat
f 'reparation, until I had an opportunity of witnessing
Is effects in my own family, oi in the families of my
Mends. a . ". -..
Tbia lhave now done with a high degree of satis- ,
taction, in cases both of sJultt and children.
I have found it, ss ila ingrcdicnta show, a powerful
remedy for colds and cjiighs, nnd pulmousry diseases.
Brunswick. Maine. Kehrusrv 6. 1H47.
From an Overseer in the Hamilton Mills, !e this city.
1.0WKI.I.. AUKUSt IU, loss.
Dr. J. C. AVerV-1 have lieen cured of the worst
cough I ever hsd inmvlifo, by vour"CHanT Pxo
tor a j.," and never fail when 1 iiave opportunity, of
recommending it to others. Yoursrespectfully.
IfTRosd the tflllnwiiui. aiid see if this medicine Is
wer III a trial. This imlii nt had become verv feeble.
nnd the effect of thu. mediciiu) was uuroistakeably
distinct: ' " ' ,
- United Statks Hotki.. SakatoSA SrifOS, r
r , ... July 6, 1849- V
Dr. J, . Aver, Sir I bare been sfllicted with s
painful s ITpctlnn of the lungs; snd all the symptoms of
settled consumption, for more than a year.. I could
find no medicine that would reach my case, until I
commenced the usa of your "Chikut Pbctohai.,"
which gave me gradual relief, and I have been steadi
ly gaimngatrength till my health Is well nigh restored.
While using your medicine, 1 had the gratification
of curing with it my reverend friend, Mr. Truman, of
Sumpter District, who had been suit ended from his
parochialdutiet by a severe attack of bronchitis, 'j
I hsve pleasure In certifying these facte to you.
And am, sir, yours respectfully,' " '
- J. F. CALHOUN.of South Carolina.
ICTThe following was one of the worst of eases,.
which the physicians and friends thought to be incuts
Chestm. Pennsylvania, August 39, 1846".'
J. C. Ayer,-Sir:-I was taken with a terrible rough
brought on by a cold, in tho beginning oCUst Februa
ry, and was confined to my bed more than i months-.'
Coughing incesssatlv Highland day, I became ghastlyr
snd pale my eves were sunken and glsasy. and my
breath very short. Indoed; was rspidly failing.
in auch distress for breath, that but little hope of mjc
recovery could be entertained. While in this situa
tion, a friend of mine, (the Rev; John Keller, of the
Methodist church) brought me a bottle of your Can.,
nv PaiCTOSiAfc, whloh litried snore to gratify him, than
from any expectation of obtaining relief. Its goodi
effect induced meteeontlnue it use, and I soon found!
my health much improved. Now In three months, T
am well and strong, and can' attribute my cure only to
vour treat medicine. With the dwpeat srr"itude
vows,. JAME GODVKKlf.
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