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' FOR, PRESIDENT,
PIAJ. OH. WINFIELD SCOTT
' : . FOR VICE PRESIDENT, .'..
WILLIAM A. Q II AH AM,
OF WORTH CABOLIBA.
EDWARD D. MANSFIELD,
. 1'WILLLIAM DENNISON.Jb..
. ' DISTRICT ELECTORS. '
ist-Diat. CHARLES ANDERSON,
3d J. SCOTT HARRISON,
' 8d " - THOMAS J. LARSH, . .
v 4th ." JOHN W. DEFREES,
6th " DANIEL SEGUR,
6th " HANSON L. PENN,
7th " JUUN Jalli 1 UN WILLIAMS
8th " WILLIAM LAWRENCE,
.i cfinmi nm pit Ann
10th JOHN I. VANMETER,
ilth WILLIAM E. FINCIC,
13th JAMES R. STANBERY,
l3th " . JOHN SHERMAN,
14th " SMITH ORR, '.,,
16th " A. BANNING NORTON,
16th " ALEXANDER LEWIS,
17th ROBERT B. MOORE,
18th VAN nuairuntu, .
19th -. WILLIAM L. PERKINS,
30th " SILAS 0. CLARK,
2Ht " ; JOHN A. BINGHAM. .
. .FOB 0TJFREME COURT JUDGE.
Daniel A. Waynes, of Montgomery.
FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WOBKS.
David II. Beardslcy, of Cnyaltoga.
CITY OF LANCASTER:
Wednesday Evc'ng, Sept. 8, 185
. Great Sale of Cattle. The lovers of good
stock will notice the advertisement in to
day's paper. These cattle have recently
been imported from England, and aro now
offered by the company to settle up their af
fairs. . They have been selected with- great
care, by men well acquainted with this kind
of stock, and an opportunity is afforded to
cattle-raisers Wimpreve their breed of Im
ported cattle, which we doubt not will bo
Steam Lime Betweek New Orleans and
Vera Cruz. The steam connection New
Orleans is to have with Vora Cruz, for
which $100,000 were appropriated at the
late session of Congross, is of importance to
all parts of the" country. Formerly the
United States traded with Mexico In exports
and imports to the amount of 20,000,000
but the British, by their steam lines, and
through the prejudice they created against
us, have cut it down to about $3,000,000.
The Wheeling . Bridok. Tho Pitts
burgh Journal contends that the recent act
of Congress declaring this bridge to be. a
public highway, goes to "legalize a nuis
ancetdthe injuryof a State," and odds,
thaf'at the appointed time the States At
torney General will apply to U'O Supremo
Court for an order to enforce their decree by
a removal of the nuisance.
The Edinburgh Roview, in a late article on
egriculturo, claims for Great Britain tho
original invoution of the reaping ma
chines, threshing machines, and all other
agricultural labor-saving machines. It says
.i..,u.,.-'i onlv an improvement upon
Invented in 1826, by a Scotch Preby-
..:. rmmed Bell, and that McCormick's U
na improvement upon that of an English
..n named Oslo who invented it jn 1822.
We are inclined to think John Bull braggs
"leetle" too much in this caso atloaBt.
Umioratioii to Africa. The agent of
the Virginia Colonization Society reports
one hundred and seventy-three free born
persons of color, ano eigmy
pated in 1800 ana iboi, as prcim....B
! -, November expedition from
igruvu 1 ...
Loroloco Kl:tnder ukisIuM Ciciicriil
Sco-eiien; ut a Livijkj Witihu,.
'lUtimony of an OU Hollier! Col. Jumtx S.
HSuvaringen on the Man !.
In their mad dcuperation, tho Locofoco
slanderers of Gen. Scott garble tiiO truth of
history, in order to malign thut faithful oM
aorvant of bis country, and prejudice tho
people against him. The diumi w eiiaim.-,
long since, has ceased to mantle their bra-
zon countenance, l he mercenary wuu ;
prompted to belie tho proudest incwonta in
their country's history for base party pur
poses. An evil day will it be for the Peo
ple when tuck counsellors are listened to!
One of the atorios trumped up, by these
desperate demagogues, we find copied, as an
"historical item," from tho Winchoster(Va.)
I'latfortn, a "Pierce" paper. It purports to
be tho testimony of tho "officers', inuaiciuiid
and privates of Cant. Winfield Scott's com-1
nanv. ttcciment of Light Artillery," charg-
iing General (then Captain) Bcott vcilh with'
holding the pay oj the soldier in AM command.
The malignant libellers of tho old hero go
back nearly fifty years when tlteir Candi
date for the Piesidency was scarcely out of
bibs and tuckers to rake upincidents which
they hopo may bo used against a venerablo
chieftain who was thon serving his country
as a commander of her regular troops! We
rejoice that we have it in our power, by evi-.
deuce, clear and unimpeachable, of scotch
ing tho lio most effectually, and proving that
young captain Scott, then as ever since,
was tho friend of the poor common soldier,
and always contended for tho rights and in
terests of his men. His message to tho
British commandor.in Canada, thai'Mor every
Irian nrisoner vou shoot, a British prisoner,
within my power, shall bo made to bite the
dust," wo8 but the outspoken sentiment of a
constant principle. Wo beg our readers to
noto "how plain a tale win snow me mome a
Col. Jambs S. Sweabingen, of this city
(Chillicothe, O.) A gentleman of the high
est respectability, who resides here an old
man, but active in 'mind and body, whoao
commission in the U. S. army, is probably
of an older date than that of any othor living
man whosu perfect credibility iio one who
knows him will dispute is our authority,
for pronouncing the story of Cuptain (now
General) Scott detaining money from his
soldiers as utterly untrue.
Col. Sw.earingen was, at tho timo men
tioned September and October, 1808 Dis
trict Paymaster in tho U. S. Army. Ho
held that post for tho years 1808, '!) and '10,
having been in tho Army, in one or another
capacity, eight years. His diHtrict included
all the States of New York, New Jersey,
Pennsylvania, Delaware, Marylund and Vir
ginia. At first, it was his wont to pay off
all the troops stationed in those btates onco
.. . I 1.!- 1 1 ...............
Ciieebino. A buMincss correspondent
writing from Tennessee says:
"Scott and Graham are gaining daily;
yon must take Tennessee out of the doubt
ful list, and putheroVwrt for Scott, certain.
I am no politician, however, but I judge
from my dividual observations. I have
lately bcutl through a great portion of Mid
Mew York Market.
New Your, Sfpiymbrr 7. Uplmd mid-; Sabbath evening at the
nlinj, I0; New Orlesos middling, lot !i this place by the Rov. John
"Scott prospects in Delaware county are
good ay 300 majority." Cin. Cut.
Another Galphik. Last spring the
Court of Common Pleas appointed a com
mittee to examine the Treasurer's books of
Coshocton county, in tho chargeof Wm.
G. Williams, Treasurer of that county.
After aluborous examination, thuy report
to the court thut this Williams is delinquent
In tho sum of four tlmtusand four hundred ana
forty-two dollars and tiemtu three emttt This
is a very moderate gran, lorono wno ociongs
to the great Swabtwout party of the na
tion, & tho Yohtz &. Co., party of the State.
The voters of Coshocton oro looking into
this business, and bogin to doubt whether
such kind of Democracy isjuBt the sort for
Homicide. J. R. Tucker Esq., coroner
ofro8s county, - has presented us with tho
facta elicited by (un inquest held by him, on
the 7th Inst., over the dead body of Richard
M'Cabo. Tho deceased was a laborer on
'Soction 18, of the M. & C. Railroad a
short distance east of Greenfield. His re
mains were found, on Saturday morning, in
a stable. , Near him was another man bad
ly bruised. The dead man's head was bro
ken andmashod down upon tho bruin. A
stone, nearly square, and from 6 to 8 inches
in diameter, with blood upon it, was found
near the bodies. No information was elic
ited before the jury, giving an explanation of
the mystery. It was proven that all the
hands on the section were to rest on Satur
day, asnsual, except tho two just mentioned
who wero also described as peaceable mcn-
Verdicf'that tho deceased came to lus death
Pittsburgh, Sept, 4. At 1 o'clock hut
night a fire broke out in the exUunive thrco
story sheet-iron and copper works and tiu-
, tu i . TL . ""'"."iMJttoutern MJ. S.U.. 4,500 Western
Oaklef, ou Front .treetbrtween Market , Wheat 0uilUor, J. K.l..no lu
73. Sales 150
Humes which were with the utmost difficulty . Jjuef Jci.res. ir.,;.. n,la. ....... -
drooping. Suirs 4,700 State Flour at
and Wood and extending back to Second.
USeonU inixit C..n ,tii. t-
Another writing from Muucio, Iituiaua ril luiiiJni wero ciirt-!opi-l in nu met I'oik at 10i0- or!
" llriiaiotii Nvlioc.
The annual sermon of the FairllolJ Cou
ty Bible Society will be preached en next
'Xs'L 1 lll'XnRED crsst
- , Cr rj RSAT WIWDKK- .Th.
i. Church T 14 '."'l ljinm tM, IhM
I. rie. , H, lnruMrr, T-.PU. Ttm Jj
. ,. , : ., ii , -i l ' . . prime aia, o; mess u.io
prevented coinmuniciltiiig to tho small build-; Salt 400 ObioWhi.ky at21c- prison "4lc
'"vv".' i ii- t . , j others firm and quia. r "
The buildihif aliil UiucliiuiirV was vlucJ
at &MJ00O. The form- r insured fur ;,000.
The latter for 500, in various ollicro in
this city. It Is estimated that the building
ran be repaired for J? 17)00.
Mr. B.iird, machinist who occupied tho
2d story has lost many valuable, tools. His
machinery was insured. It is not known
how the fire originated.
Louisville, Sept. 3. Thomas Shannon
was hanged on Saturday, at Cynthians, for
murder. An immense number assembled to
witnossthe unhappy end of the culprit.
A fire at ParkorsVille, Missouri, destroyed
property to the amount of $40,000.
A riotoccurcd umong the coal miners, in
Graves county, Mo., in which two women
and several men were dangerously wound
ed. Another UiHuMcr.
New York, September 4. The steamer
Reindeer burst her boiler, on North River at
Bristol Landing. - 10 killed and 30 badly
scalded. Among the injured, by the explo
sion, nrc: Misses Andrews, of Richmond,
one very badly; Thomas J. Barnes and Hugh
Riley, of Richmond, badly.
New Orleans, Sept. 4. Steamer Dan
iel Webster arrived from San Juan, with
two weeks later news -from California. E.
Gilbert, member of Congress, was killed in
a duel at Sucramcuto, by Gen. Deurec;
cause, politics. News generally unimpor-
' CuttlR .TJarkt t
Piiu.AUKLr.HiA, Sept. 7 1,200 beeves
offered selling ii 1 Id 8 per hundred.
Hog 700 in market, selling atgs pr hun
dred. Cvwb 100 sold, varying from 613
to $13. Shocp anj luibs former $2 to $4,
latter 1,00 to 3.
Tbn regular meotinj of said society will ! mc miin.lv thii ih. nna mkmA ui ik.
be held at the tame pice on the following j '"" wou"' ? h,v'" im4
Tl.orH. w,,in l. IK. Kl.,r.l.,n ..f lliB. !T .hM ,rM,oJ.h"r,,!, U lli rtk
Ily order of th ftosrd.
Mk. Kdit.b. Ry Biioiiicinir 31 r. A. L.
K!MM)N8,sacniididto 1. kiwriii ofthis
county, at the fnuiiir election, yum will
nn(rt a favoron his many friemW. If.r
lectcd, he will mk an excellent aud efll
eient officer. Noitherb Fairvielb.
Mr. Editor: -If Mr. Johs SH.srrr.s -U
eonsent to be a ca ndidatw for ( lull N T Y A U-
IMUxn ... . ... . ....
New Yore, Sep. 7.-3,000 beeve. 800 ' ' 'r!4'."1 lne 'wT'"5 c,m',on'
i.r.,i,nan,i. ,i...,i!,0PPrtdby Whk.s ard Democrats.
firm at $5 to $3. 800 sheep and lambs
former $10 to $4,60, latter to 4.
C'lcv4-IsiuiJ .Tlarkct. .
. Clevelabd, Sept. 6. The receipts since
Saturday, by canal, quite large, being about
30,000 bu wheat and some 6000 Ibis flour.
Considurable of the wheat told to arrive.
Hulos were, however, made at 79 for good
.11 B. Weavv.b: Please announce Mr
ISAAC COMER as a suitable norson for a
candidate for the office of AssessoB of Hock-
ingand Ucme tuwnhi;is. Mabt Votebs
A great care r A.thma or lhil,l.lo, hy n
Ih ! l:ir;iiil,i Dli,rr(l
OnroHDViT.i.r.I'oeoniberai, 161 iUun. Itee l,
llala & Amtlt lif lemeaH H pUawtn to iw
laH(ul, n4 im nw.ly to (cm th , y kmj anon
Cha M tJaa ot' Jln btaln lu mm, wiai id.'
i hi rfM'my i TH far nff, lha tnnnnf mill ba
RMFlQiKh i h M.xrrj.vrLi.su or
'vT'- jV liotarya a5 f
ri(fjh(! wiU any B1 arary tiuug Mof lnf in uu
lu-anch ut I'M. Ii)"... Rujc from lha bcxt awwrMia.atul
v na of IIm. hrt wvkam waat of lha mountain.
The arnrk altbt tnraara, and aolJat lenpilr
thaa my othvt .hop of Ilia aaaia kind for raady eat);.
Tbn mly pay ryatoai will ba praferabla is any otbar;
wo bava aiuco laarncd ty cxparlancw, that
luryi ran trtlr, wear batter, aud look baitar.wlMo
well raaptl than otlrwlnn.
AUkimU nf LUMI1KR fuara 9uuit for
Al. n un i fcH, wrarroa.
THF. unJ ntKnw) bu luit put lata operalioai a
Strom Ham MiU, ia I'leauut towaahip, 6 niUaa
N"rtli of Lanrmtar. no tha Millaranurt ml abun
lia ia n-w praparwl U. 0U all oroara for Luiubsr of
HVory J.acriitioo, at thi- alurtvat not tea.
(Sept. 1, lh6i Buiia DAVID Cl'PP.
A'j lunw i - ,1. ... ...... .l-
n orincrn at winch price wou dos sow and rj ,y r,yt r., ,.ive , f.f)nl lh, uie M yoiir 0x. u, wi XH, ,hrullh cmd!, Uin-al. aivi u-
yifi'.ltj Ei;t ra. Tie iiui ! farfa ate a T'Utitr.. ana Uiroueh ivnvnou and niucnratw. unlt-
Ifcury ii nnw taent-two par, old, wni haa rntTur
ad from Aji ma or I hllii , of aa hrrnl'.lii j tiilic
tar, mrvor l.-tvtry yoar. aiuru liia ifw njltruco,
thaaeroreat altacka occurring in lh wariuvat wa'h.
er, tnd conlinuirg il in i nla, v.l'h greater cr In
there existed a fair demand. There was two
boats of while on the Market, one of which
83 had been offered. At 13 o'clock, (learn
er's news was received. Market reported
dull and lower.
Corn We beard of no sale this morning.
by beinjr beaten with a stone, In the nanus tunt.
New Yoke, Kopt. 7.-Tno Northern Light,
with, 313,000 dollars In gold, and 3(i0 pun-
roTATu iBor.-v .em uu ' uengt.ril) cttln0 through from San Francisco
.town (Pa.) Telegmph that ha pota- jn anJ g h(Js
, in some sections of I'l.ilade pins Pr0ln,Oreff0II we ,ourn that a ballle took
of somo person unknown." CAW. (Jazette,
The Potato Cbop. We learn from the
county, and lower portion of Bucks shons ! )hc0 I)enr Tul),e Rock between Bume ,.
unmistukablo evidences cf the existence ol ,',.. . ,,,.,, , .,. ...... u.r.
the vines dyiiifj in a short time, ! b yucralnenlo arrivcd ut Honolula from
Havana, bound for San f rancisco. On her
passage a boy named Worlfork, of Ken
tucky, shot one of his comrades through the
and the potatoes not half grown. From
present indications thioughout he lower end
of Bucks county, the crop will be a liglitone;
yet tho extra tjuaiitities planted will do
much toward making up the deficiency cau
sed by blight and dry weather in those lo
calities. In portions of New Jersey tho rot
has so badly nttectcd the crop that it is ue
heart in a trilling dispute. He was after
wards tried by lynch law and hung by the
Died on board the Winheld Scott, Hon.
Saturday afternoon 4000 bush.
3000 at 63
SOia at 03; ,(.k.,iiy,durin(;tlior"allS.(.n. TSir-tetumi iiioal-
l 1-. I r . - . i i . . ..
t lour MirkfL fctpftiiv nt ahnnl 3Ji7t3. . J . . . . . ' D '
75 for good straight brands with sola of 175
potito and a !, and tartiruly un.'tliiy huu ior any la
, About a yaorago IVa Auu4, he rjtired In be d
ClDCillUIttl .Tlurkt-t. one Iry.t, in !:.' u nal hjallli. tut ifi-jr a few houra
Cincibnati, Sept. 7p. m.-Riverrece. (nd "B " "'p"'.' :,n' rnam Vln
ding very slowly. Marki t cjuiet. Nothing l,od'g10., uf. " "T." - 1
new transpired since noon. ...!" ' '"' 0 rcl' '"Z-T","'""
r 1 1 give him t3.ni u! nt rrho; .yi;. ihfi Bitten.
THE C'lNCIIUNATI OAZEXTE1 'Tf T'a!' ""1"
I wsa al'lo to taka In-alifa t and yetl&m a daya work.
DAILY-ta; TBI-U EEKLV-$5i WKKKLY-JJ i "s-"1"-" the uaa tfUi Bitto-i thruo-b the
- 'day, and andVr-, no morn ftia tlie attack, lio la
Club of Twenty to Weekly, fel each. ;xp-ii-ced but vrry lini'inronvctiiMicftrrom A.th-
i.C. WRUillT. C. J. WttiGHT, t. B. BUCKN,
K.lltora and Propria, ora.
Incorporated and doing baaiuent nder the naras of
ma alnca t!iat tima, and ojY.n theretun: offry ayiup
tonif, nnilnrmly recoiroa the luiftBat tlTrcU from
tlie ue of tlu mw,cinij. .
lti-.nC(f ..M i-rw-rt.
Tlie Ciiicinnali Gzcll8 Campan),! t juhndky.
To.uhom tmainast later will be directed. ZZF.D, ATFTI fJ. Co., VTh.Uh Dttjnls. 2Co
0,t)0O New Subscribers in Three YnrH. ' 'r,!ln, G.cr. I Aymu.
rwt, ft p-?r hntias tlx lHAUca Tor 5.
'b !. K ALF1 i . Hjb Ce lcatc-r.
mill nt tr U..1 ..iiml PtifKlor riiiuiLv. l'a.. tlie
in two months. Making his head-quarters (.rol f, houllhy end tlie yield will be lnrjro.
in Baltimore, ho their awaited tho slow pro- j s
cess of the mails as the best that could be i nw Orleans, Sep. 1. By an arrival
done in those early times from the Pitts- j to-day, tho Picayune bus received letters
burgh, Niagara and other frontiers of his ! from tho city of Mexico to the 13 th ult,
district, for tho receipt of pay-rolls from: which givo information that iusurroctions
commanders of posts and captains ofcompa-! htidocrurcd in vurious parts of the country
nics. If found correct, ho would enclose, by ; to such au alarming extent, that it was ex-
irrnil, amounts in uans notes huuumuiu vo yay pecteuan extra session oi vongrusu wuum
EV1 ..I AI-C... ....!... I.i. ..t f,...
ing dug and disposed of at as low a price as froin In(llaJt
thirty cents per bushel. In Montgomery," Ti,e Government steamer Massachusetts,
suited from Sun Francisco on the 12th.
The Mortality among the
off tho soldiers, solicting the commanders
and captains to act as his agents in paying
their sub-officers, musicians and privates.
No loss ever followed or attended this
system, or difficulty, until tho creation, by a
law of Congress, of six new regiments of
1000 men each, in the year l807-'8. This
law provldutl for Regimental Paymasters
but those officers were not appointed during
tho year 1808. Consequently, the District
Paymasters of tho old peace establishment
were obliged to act tho paying off of the now
rcimonts as well as of the old. No Pay
muster's clerks were authorized by the law--and
their duties were trebled. It was impos
sible to make the proper examination ol the
rolls, at tho Pay master's office, and forward
the money to the commanders and captains,
with a promptness satisfactory to tho men.
Dn na wnll as ho could, bv tho hardest kind
of lnbor. Colonel then District Paymaster
Swearingcn could not prevent a vart ac
cumulation of business in his ollieo. Now
TbefirBt cantain's commission issued to
Winfield Scott was under this law of 1807
-'8, in the Virginia Regiment of Light Ar
tillery. In "September and October" of
that year, Capt. Scott was recruiting his
company in Soou.cin Virginia. He, Cap
tuiu Scutt, forworded bis rolls to Paymrster
Swearinon, in the city of Baltimore but
thev hud' to lie b in the Paymaster's office
for their turn. "This circumstance, ' says
bo called to adopt meosures for a speedy
suppression, but it was feared with little pros
pect of success, as the plun adopted by the
revolutionists were of tho most formibable
ThcCiK'-' kvJti GAgtrrrK Commas r djir to in
vite alttnrt . in to thair aaveral Xuwir.aper isue aboro
mni toncu. and ask for tho aams th9 lmtronare of
! th9 I'uoplj of tho W:-st, to tho fji'.M.ial ititun-at of
wnicn tno paptT ia O'.-voi'Mi. ine aenior editor i,
Joint C. l icioht, who for twelve yonrx haa dmhi in
charts. Jlis lop rosiJcnce in tlie Went. Mi varfom
nositlina, rubll: and private r.'htions wi:h tho poo
ilo ri tho ost. haa miuo him famiUir with thoir
wanta and nvcctaitiea. licitidiM wo have fire o her
editors, wuo nyo cnarge ol particulsr ai-partmcnta.
Aa a lurinur ritun to ino auppsrr oi uu W ist in
Ibreni e to Eastern pap-ri, the Gazette ia
Printed In Ciixslnnail on Steam Prraaea.
Ak tow a Mother SnfT'irinj from dianwLa to
which femaln are generally aubjnet, oao,I)r. 8. D
Hovn's Siuikcr Sarnparilla-it ill cnrtaiitly cure vcmi
Male or fomilc, old or ynur.j, all and itcry Fi.uU-
y ihould have thu exrdlcai h.tmilj medicine ly thi-iu.
Call at our dcjot, or nn one of our
nra.' j panphlet, gratia, w!icro you will find .' urf.'.' Jvry ia iona, a'tboajth Of
ort.'.'.' that can be lubstanthtod by thouaanda ol liv-!J- .The coat, o! the
i . .... ' . ' navauating oiixtoma, fro
if. wllMlclM in ,1,1. ..t ...... nt... Ih.l 1 . .
Teoops on tub Isthmus. ine a itl0 Colonel,) "was excessively annoying to
Star cives in further details, an account of tho yi)nl,g Cuptain, who addressed to me scv
b .. . r.,.-. ,,. ! n,. I uhrn mid untrrv letters, tMicA I have yet,
the temuio suuenugoi u. .,"dl. for what ho was
iSer command of Lieut. Col. lionnevuie,
left New York on tho 5th of July Inst, for
California, via the Isthmus. Out of tho
.oven hundred enlisted, one hundred or
more are said to have died of cholera. Only
one commissioned officer fell a victim to tho
disease-. The Star charges the officers with
having deserted tho men and pushed ahead
by themselves. The consequence was, tho
men gave way to every Bpeciosofindulgonce
....u o. nViinltiuiness. roinir without food
HUtll ' c . v
nthnr than ereen fruit, and sleeping
mm lr. This it says,
The Northern Insane AsVLUM. Tho
. Commissioners have selocted sito for this
a i.,m inat south of the village of New-
bureh, and about six miles from' this city.
ti,: ninna and elevation of the building
hpen decided upon, and Messrs J.R
Taylor and John Gill, have tho contracts
for their completion within two years. 1 he
liuildings will be plain In style, with a front
At ana font, too foet main building four sto-
ut-fc. nd tto winffs each 64 feet front
and three stories high. They will all be of
-tone. We'are pleased to know mat tno
. work Is to be in good hands. Mr. Taylor,
though only recently a resident here, has
mX. ra III I VI OP If a man of business capacity
.a -ontBntaroriBe: and Mr. Gill is Well
t.,un nd nstflemed as a mechanic, who, by
his industry and exertions, has won for him-
..irn.aitinn nnn innenei umivoi x vi
is to bo commenced, immediately. Clevc.
Of Improved MJiort-SIorucd
Imporlril tty tlie "Tloln. A'ulltv Impor
IIHK Ci'ii;miri"" arlri-Cul liy Ur, A r
tlktir Wulta I'if.l.liilt of Hie Mate
Agrlcult'irn! Pnnrtl, mill Ovor(;o
V. Haul' lit Kn
rpilKSK t'ATTI.K have bum takon from ih.i host
I liBiil.t of Kmliv.il, ' will bo nen by ri'lvri-nco
lo IVilyra! givon bolow.
Tho t'attlu will bo oliore.1, on tho Seventh uny
of October Hex!, tho d-y prnrcding Ihu Itosa
county Agviculluial Kair, ot the l atin ol Dr. U'ntts,
whnro tlioy can bo iuapuctotl at any lima picvicm
to tlioilay of snlu.
1. Aldkrmas. lloan, calved Jun? 23, 1149, bred
bv It. C liivndos. West Derby, Livurpool; got by
VonngWilton (9105); dnm, Velveteen, by linron Ui'.iu i):
ur. dam by Matchcm 3d, (4420); gr. gr. dam by Vming
Kryholino (l!Hl);gx. gr. gr. dain.by llelvonia (1709);
gr. gr. gr. gr. dam, by Comas (IMbl) Soo Herd Book,
vol. 9, page 6. ,,',.
1. KoBi.ar.iAK. Light Itoan, calvud Fi4iruary 0,
1850 bru-u hi A'r. John Wood, Stamvick Park, was
got by Noblo(45iH),dtm, M!s Allijon, by Timothy,
it d im. by Mntchloss (4427); gr gr. dan, by B(;lvI.
doro M ('All); gr. gr. gr. dam, by Croft (lS); gT. gr.
gr. gr dam,t.-Kb(:r(96.)
3 l.oun Kklsov Got by a aon of R .biiko. (vol.
0 p F37); dam bv Newton (2307)- gr dam by Golillind
er (SOWS); gv. gr' dam by Dviver(1i)2;t : gr gr. gr. dam.
Kaltail (1093): gr. gr. gr. sr. dam, by Kicliaru (lJUi);
i.w a. trr. irr. dam. bV JllnitOT (342.)
h i.V 4Bt ;ot bv Sirltnbovt (75UI); diun.bv Chor-
rv, by Matchlem (1427); gr. dam, by Harmptou (3089);
gr.gr. dam, bv Young Kiyholino (I!W1); gr. gr.gr.
dam, by Thorp (10 If,): gr. gr. gr gr. dam by lork-
Blliromnn uau;; ur.u.i.gi. ii" h" "". .
broke (Hti): cr. er. RV- cr. gr. gr. dam bv 1 unch (odl)
6 AiMMl?'.d1io?n, calved 7th February, iwJ),
brad by Mr. John Clarko, Aldhrongh, Darlington, got
hu of Scarliorouifli. po Herd Hook, vol. H, nago
t dam by aiicnignin iiina-.j . mm. j uv.uma..
of his officers, musicians pir, gr gr a.n , ..ga... n. v-v:
A duolwas fought on the lth between
William II. Jones and Jno. 8. Nugent, tho
former was wounded.
A party of seceding Mormons left Mis
souri years since with tho prophet Brewster
arrived rocently at tsun liugo,from theuila,
Explosion fS. ft. "tt iodetT 1'ur
New York, Sept. 6. The accident
occurred atone o'clock Saturday, whilst
leaving Saiigcrlics. After .landing passen
gers SllO was going Irom tiie UOClC, When tlie , Scientific, JfurtirvUural, Financial ami Commercial O .MiilaJelphii. Thi. ia truly a wonderful remedy for
Connecting pipo bursted, ntld the steam 1 Xcvn. lodizeation, Dyapepia, Jaundice, liver complaint,
..,.l.n.l ..... 1...,...m. IL-o A.i.t.r In. il... I Wo aie detenu iued fo bo bliinJ no otluir nanarnd constiliation and dcbilhv. enrin? aft.-'r Natin-ya own
IUSIIIU UUI UVlltMJII ULblVD uill.l.i .i.wi ,, - - - . J 1 1 . . .'i. . . '
I ,.l.in ...lw.. n ..nn.l...r r.r iini.ii ji.rj not spare luonoy or labor to maka our paper val- method, by tiiro'owni?eot, the Oat trie Juice.
lower C ihin, where a number or l)uf ' s( I uablo to eviM-vonc. ma'eor fumtle. V PamphleU.eontainineSc.-mif.e evidence of ii value.
at tiruvrport, cooaocting with tue cars at Colum-
w ... . y .
Time of Waving Inctcr, 5J o'ck, A.M., precitelf.
Tuna of U-aviurf ColuniUa,Ho'ck. A. M. frtcUeiv-'
Ample an --ok.uiooi. mi made to carry all lio da
Ire to travui au theavi ruutra M.JZ. KUKIOKR.
J-iK-aatea, Si-pUautier 1. lofitj. daw
f.nw Hcbool of CiaeiBaati College.
t II H E Nineteenth eourae of I cturm w ill cooimenca .
M. on Wadneaday, tXtober 20, 1-kOJ. Gautlemen
who matriculate forlbia eourae may attend any rub
tetju. ut eourae frea ot charge. Applrio
CI 1.1 It 1. 1-3 r.JA..
M. H. TILUKN,
M K. CLHWtN.
CiiM-iiiiiaii. Sri't. 3, I 'til. Law r'aculty.
IMr'Ml Atti VOXU
otifc to BuiiderN uud mechanics,
TITK cu1critHr bi now establinhlrut aq KXT!
11 UIm'U Wharlr-faol of Celaaakae aa4
lllga SirccUs Laaea atart
a.'..l inU nd kpir-g connUntry ou hand all kinds of
Liruber aud t'oal for aale.
Uu RWaiva acquainlauce aud knowledge of Lorn
bor. will enable him to aolect the beat qualities, and
tell at auch prieea, aa will merit the paUrooaga of a
lJri!.rEB3 AND CONTatCTOBB'
.arii: iperul bilb to fill, will find H to their interval
rail on bim before purchaaing eiaewliera. .
1 , ir. will alo fumuh at Wholeaale and Retail,
IAMK and CKMK.ST of a anpcrinr quality.
La-loving ia Ou, old mtxim. that ua nimble Sixpence
ji bvU. r tlian a tivie shilling," my termn will becaih.
Aaui.' i. WM. J. CARD.
H. C. FarroU't Csletrated Arbia tlnlmcst.
It U an ermneou, idea that diaaaaa cannot ba cored"
bv uLinf, krva auantitiaa of medicine into
tbe toncli. in grxat many caaea of which much in-
Al'uiiU, aud eirt
th dueoe la eoinl oe acnolf
he stomach bv continued use of
ir.g witneajcain thla eify and country, viz: that t) I rna , iWfi. rWtioa it triuutlv bihtr.'
Suppticil Kith the enil.cn tmrwc ieCf om the sea- I snaaer baraaparilla, uproparedby Ur. 8. U. MUT,-, led there, ult of wiach it dyapepau. nervouanea(
board, ll A DAY AS D A IIAUt, and fromoOi-.r i haa baen tho mnana of aarmaamtlT enrinv mure tlia-
in Iclexravhic Communication with all narUaf. ... .....
Die country. Jjoci, man any ntner preparauon ol arpirilla ever
yet urougm eioretne puuiic. ee AdveniaenMMii.
IT ANOTHER KCIKNTlW WdXDKH lat-
fora-tto Drirrrnci. Or J. S. HOl'UHTOVS
VIlPSIS, The True Difintire FluU.m Uiutric Juice.
prepared from RKNXKT, or tlie kouhth btomach
or th r Ox, after uirertioua of Baron LIKlilU. Ilie
others, who contribute Miscellaneous, Statistical, 'gat fnyaioloeirai cheuii-st, by l.S. IIovomtok, M.
1 laving Correspondents of the most reliable chir-
acter in Karope, H'ashinrton, Siw York, and other
Thia ptipi-r mut reach Wcalcm peoplo with the
uawa earlior than any eastern publication.
Wo have also engaged the services of K. D. Ma-
fujli), Mm Alice Caiiev, Mrs. Srowt, and many
were dining, who
were all either killed or
So tar dL'itlu uro
: furnibhod by arots gratu.
! mouieai advertisement.
eVr-ct.Uce amope the
Daniel Decrj', L. I). Ritter.
Tiie Uai.o!tL' haa been established filXTY YKA RS.
and lias grouui in coufidtnce as a reading and adver-
ising iwpor. Our eatabUshmeiit has changed from a I .
i , lic ... i incji..nto a larj-e six story buiMne. Our press jaacetliis lor luo l.:U';lte.
known to have resulted from tho explosion. , has Uo butly improved. The old la- T M WilsoU 00 Israel Jack on
It U thatmht that must of t. huso rotiorted us i i 1 I..,. k, ,,. ,i; it .. i J1- "eOU a,UO lurael JuCKoIl
badly scalded, will t!io. ' ; pr.-se introducJ IVo now havo six power presses j ye- Jntf 1,75 Wiu. Kraener
o ..i.i,,.!, n ... A m.imr tli.ioi U' in i ! vn ' " " i iiwun. ana uu ii v cara, nana ana oinrr pros avuicr
,. , . i ' , ., ,, ' Iiitoiul of euipUiving but two meu aslormerly,
died to-duy, are Thomas O. burnen, lliiun t)ll. ,mlllUt.r Kraju.illv swelled to two hundred;!
Iteiliv, anu two sieu-uuniuerN, jiartrn'i'i ou1 esnuiisi iwe incruucd Irom ton d-iUars per :
end Cornelia Andrews and V. II. Snell of . ''! I" "' t"-".u.l, and instead, of eonductiDg out . D1I,r. .. 77- T , .v.u
R. I j vii-itiin om! nrjin:n oi iito tiu3iuess, we now unaertajte toex ' ma uinoi. vu uie liisi., u, u;c ct.
lUllllonil, V irglllia.- . Almn.taiw kindof work ro-rtiinin? tn theartnf . Konr-n W..i Mr PV1 P PTIO nd
tno otn inst, by ttio ttev.
ALLEN P. SMITH and
Albahy, Sept. 6. Another Anli-Kriit
outrage broke out at Ilerlin, Van ltenssi.-Iucr
county. Ono Anti-Renter killed. On .Sat
urday night a party, disguised us Indian..
went into the house ol Jlr. blmw, nuu en
deavored to force him outside. Being re-
' r.i in in r IV.. .u .1 lill nriih I.i. Ndw.mthh ll.lr- 1 . . . .-.rr. r, .
I worn, a 1 ki-.iis ut Job rriuting, buiduig, Lithograph- viDnirn .1
i:ir. 1 n:i.l 'VHiiii!'. St.-riHii 1 oin .. uic- Wu.ti.tn UlAKltlfcLI, on tl
t'u to sliow our onward progress.
tui UiUly Paper ' Miss MARY CATHERINE HVDGL.
rr,,i. 1 .T.u h larger amount of reading than my MARRIfcD,,'Heptember the 6th by the
i!hm I ioctiiik.ti diiy paper We devote especial ; Rev . Dr. J. Hamilton, Jlr. CONRAD
piln ; tn g tiiug aci urale and reiab;e news we are FETTERS, to Miss SARAH ANN
i.articu ariy ranlii1 tu avoid pernaiues and vutean- I nt . , ., .
fused, they threatened to burn the premises, ; l oTdinV bv a ' Btri-mra..
uim uiiumpieu iu pui vii u viiivu v into mllioll bi arini on tlie subject, as will tend to en ight
wi liio mind. .... . 'M4SC1V hnth ofVinlot Tnanahin
. . . - - r
lion, when Shaw fired a revolver, killing
Joseph Willbeck aud wounding two others.
Last full Mr. Shaw was turred and feathered
by the Anti-Renters; three weeks ago they
burnt down his out-houses.
tlie subject, as win tend to en ight- SIMEON HANDSHY to Miss HARRIET
I en me mina.
1 The Cimcinvati (jAzkttk wil' maintain ils ousi
lion as a Icadiia Wli paper in tlie IV eat, and ils pro
iiriotors and editors havo. through a series of lil'tr . FKKSII OV.STEIIS.
pleased to consider os my procrastination;
and, at longth, I answered him in the same
spirit, arid a serious rupture occurred between
us in consequence." During the time spoken
of. in the pretended "historical item," Col.
V . 1 .VinMil
Mmoli, nrron ORSUTBB UH " Vllttv imiiu.i.
Scott had no money in his hands with which to , M:
dischargethO pay of his Otticers, musicians ,v pj.os (HJlj; gr.gr.gr. gr. dam, by Ledbury
and privates; anu connrms mu uiw y n(4). . , ,
RtntinB that in October, 1808, Capt. Scott 6. Oamhoy. Red and wmto, calvod January 19,
stating mat in ,. ' n,vmaBter l51,bved bv Mr. Kawkes; got l.y Borrowby Boy
loft his command, to visit him, (.1 aymnbter (,)Mv,,-Ul ,,,,,, bvStllBrt)h(7r,23):gr dm,by(iui-
n . Mn rtnlt itinrn. to rnmonstrnto 1 ,' .r n. o.i- vj. 1.., imin;"j;i.
with him against tho detention of tho poy ! ! p.. ?r. gr. dam by Memnon (22'J'); gr. gr. gr. gr. dam,
A nnrsonarcoUision would doubtless have Pilot (4iki); gr.gr. gv. gr.gr by. Agamemnon (U)gr gr.
A.Fi"aVC., o ".bL "vountr bloods." P- V- P- P- fm- b Wr' 1JulU, U,,rdow' nmt
ocuurruu, uivv.. .... . 0 ,,r linffton,
rtT. 7w,rrt PcarvT nTtnW. G. TiVi CoTlStl"
X no iiniaBouH-' - a
f.iionves' tW Conrw- thc.jxrwer to open and
Jr:. v.-.i,n , aniT remove obstructions
that Congress sna eerv.io v.....
whenever uch improvements are necessary for
Erln detinseor for the protection and
facility of commerce with foreign nations or
- among the States; such improvements be ng,
in every instance, -national and general in
their character. ,,
Thb Looofoco Resolutiob. 2. I hat
the Constitution does not confer upon the Gener
al Government the pmcer to commence' and
carry on a general system of internal im
provements. 03-A letter writer in the N. O.Picayune,
thus describes tho principal town in Maron--n
ennntv (Alabama. "Domopolis ia a
pleasant village of about 800 inhabitants.
It contains lour cnurcnesr one hu;., u.-o
blacksmith shop, a public square, no public
buildings, and twenty-four Bmall cornfields.
Indeed, at first blush, tho town looks like one
; Immense cornfield, but on closer inBpec
tuon you discover a, handsome residence
eeping out hero- and there, much to your
ietoni8hment..",A numbcrof wealthy plan
;,ln in tlia tilace. and I- am informed
' ttoafthe county (Marengo) ii the riches! in
had not Gen. Eustis, tho Secretary 01 war,
(to whom the captain reported himself, as ho
passed through Washington city, according
to standing orders,) arrested his progress
showed him copies of his own Correspond
ence with Paymaster S., with the replies of
the latter, gave him somo fatherly admoni
tion and ordered him back to his command!
Such arc the facts tho Court of Inquiry
which Wilkinson says was held, in New Or
leans, nearly two years afterwards, (1810,)
and its vordict, nevertheless. Of that court,
Col. Swearingcn though then acting as
Paymaster, and a necessary leading witness
in the case, from his very position never
heard of, boforo its ridiculous decision was
produced in tho Jcofoco newspapers, which
are now engaged in tho dirty employment of
endeavoring to heap reproach and ridicule
on the war-worn person of Gen. Winfield
Scott. Thus met ana reiutcu, now muuy
of these besotted partisans will ever make
the amende honorahkl Wo shall see. tsci.
First Arrival of Immigrants by Wao
on across the Plains! Just ns we were
coing to press, we learned that' eight muio
teams had arrived at Mr. P. Foster's this
side of the Cascndo mountains having
mnda thn trin from the Missouri river in
eighty days! They report a large number
of wagons about ten days behind them. Tho
rnnd over the Cascade mountains is said to
Im in oood order, which will materially
facilitate the immigration in getting into
the Willamette valley, at less loss of stock
and'property, and atan.earnoraay man nm
t.Qregonian, July 24. , ' ' , ,;,
A-nnnntis Cruelty. Augustus Stowes
was arrested in West street yesterday,
charged with tho perpetration of one of tho
most atrocious barbarities we ever hoard of.
i :. .ni,twl tbnt. hn was drivinff a refraoto-
w,hieh Bo.infuriated hint by Its ob-
stinacrthat he "attached a rope to its low-
.11 !a.. 4 a na nut artmn
er law, ana puning . u wbu "
lonrrth ent tt off with a knifo and threw
!it'awayt" Tho accused, was committed for
,rUl Sueh humanitvs- we should rather
say, such ferocity is almost incredible. If
the prisoner is guilty, no punishment which
the raw affords will be adequato to his of
fence, JVi Y. Com. Admrtiwr. ' ' ; .;
, A., dam bv Ifidwam luwmj; gr. cam, uy iio-
457i)li nr. gr. dam. by l oirouio ijiooj; gr. gr cr.
, bv Slandby 2HIS1; gr. gr. gT. gr tlam, uy sir
Vnnlis'H Hull Wondertul ntw ; supposed to
7 (ntvT Katiiom. Koan. calrott August 1, itwi,
bredbv Mr. Kawkes; got by Loid Marquis (K)lSf));
dam, tairy Tab?, by Sir Thomas Fairix (oliKi); gr.
dam. by StiUm,'ton(;-,3-.'7)i gr. gt.dam.by Young ltock
iniliam (2547): gr. gr gr. dam, by Driver (lDJb) gr. gr
grf gr. dam, by Richard (1378.)
8. You.vti Wiiittinotow. Eonn, calvod Novom
hor 1'Jlh, 1HBI, got bv Whit ington, soo vol. 10, pigo
iffi dam, by Alagiclan (73S5); gr. dam bv Cloveland
(34U3V,r. gr. dam, by a son ol Col. (Bradford's Migi-
!). MASTKn Bei-vili.e. Roan, calved 1850, bred
by J. M Hopper, tho property of J. M. J'.minerson,
eot by llolvillo (U778); dam Young Mons Rose (bred
Cv Mr. Richard Booth) M Herd Book, vol. 8, .?
4 in;) by Young Matchem (44-22);gr. dam, Moss Hose,
by Priam (3&: gr. gr. dam. by Young Alexander
(2d77;) gr. gr. gr. dam by I'ilot( 198 )
1. Moss TiosK.--R.-an, cnlvod in 1S4S, got. by Ba
vonsworth (!)!532); dam, by Nolson M543j: gr. d .m, by
Nowton; 4187); gr. gr. dam, by V)QdoiluI gr.
gr. gv. dam. by ei-liid 145); gr. gr. gr. gr . dam,
by IlutternytlOlji gr. gr. gr. gr. gr. dam, by Hollow 1
1JU1I IOIJJ gr. gr. gr. gi. K'- Ii'' ""
of the Uto Sir James Ponnymon, snpptrecd tu bo with
call by llolvillo. '
2. ItAspnEBRV. lloan.caiveu 111. iuiio.iouo. gui uj
l.u.iik r.iri. Mmlnr Hnhlllo.
3. Makv. lUDan. cnlvod in 1850, gol by the Lord
of tho Manor(1040'l;dm,byUolvidcro3l3l29; gr.
dam, by Sir llobert (Sl7J: gr. gr. dam, by Eryholiue
1013; gr. gr gr. dam, Barmpton 51; supposed to bo
with calf by Bolvillo.
4. SoNiuisn.-Knd, calvod April Ifith 1849,bredby
Franci Brown, Ksq.; got by Twilight (!)7G8); dam An
Etistus (0762); gr. dam, by a grandson of Grazier !K!;
Sr. gr.dam.by Scarlot (5074); gr. gr. gr. dam, by Aid-do-Camp(722suoposed.
with call by Whittinglon.
6. STRAWBitiisv. Got by PosUnaator (D4S7) dam,
Young Strawborry. (vol. 8, page 618,) by Guardian
I 17V; gr. dam, old Strawberry, by a son ot Barmpton
54: gr? r. dam, by Brother to .Brutus 100; gr. gr.
gr. nam, oy funo. .
6. KxoiiAimiEis.. GotbyLoopoId.asono
.i: to.t.71. nm. Kmma. bv Pale v 173101; bt. do
Bulwor 17801; gr. gr. dam, by asouof 1-airlax 1023:
gr gr. gr. dam by shy lock 2C22; gr. gr. gr.gr. dam
whitwovth 15841; gr.gr. gr. gr gr. dain.by Candour
rin7i. im tinrdUnnk for Kmma. vol. 9.
Bi.lti! Boww kt. Itoan , colVbd In March, 1850, got
by Karl of Antrim 10474; bred by Mr. Stephenson,
and tha properly of Mr. Stephens, ot Now 1 01k; dam,
by 4th Duke of Northumberland 3G4i)j; gr.daio, White
, 1 1 ...I roll, ill. .... .lam., lnrtf fin. uhnrl.
nose, uy amnio louiyj,,. m-...,- j ....v-...v-hornod
cow from Nortliuniborland: .
: H. Uia,Mi Suk A bul lcalf of biinrisej eot b v Oxy
gon 94li4! by Huckingham 82301; gr. gr. dam by
Uoraati 33991; gr. gr. gr. dam, ny itaapoorry i woj
. . , Abb EAT DOUGLASS, Clinirmau.
" . ' ALEX. HENICK, ..........
- WILLIAM ALLEN,
' t i Committee of Advertising,
riilllicothe, September 0, 1H62 , nvts
T!c Henry Clay.
New Yokk, Sept. 6. In the Supreme
Court to-dnv. Judsro Edmonds, on applica
tion for a writ of Wtu-s co;TiisdiBehared Col
lier and others, owners and officers of the
Henry Clay, under arrest for murder, lie
held that tlie case under tlio statute does not
amount to murder, but manslaughter, and
thorcfore udmitted the purtics to bail in tho
sum of $ 10,000.
1'roiu tilt' NohiSi.
Baltimoke, Sept. 5. Tho New Orleans
mail came through to-night, with dates lute
The Suuthorn papers are filled with the
details of damage done by tho recent floods.
The first accounts appear to have been gen
erally exaggerated. The rye crop is but
slightly damaged, but tho corn crop Is rep
resented as almost destroyed.
Gen. P. F. Smith left New Orleans on
29th ult., for head-quarter at Austin.
A fire occurred at Rodney, Mississippi,
and destroyed nearly every building in tho
- ,. Fr-111 Bitlliinttre.
Baitimore, Sept. 6. Firo to-night de
stroyed tho distillery of Martin Sellers &
Co., corner of Culverts and Mathews streets.
Loss in stock 89000; insured $3,300. Build
ing burned- Messrs. Elliott, insured for
Sa.nnn. which will fullv cover the loss.
Five men were working in tho third story of
tho building at tho timo, ore 1 rancis 1 im
mons severely burnt, and not expoctei to
live. The others escaped by jumping from
the third story window.
Whig convention met at the whig head
quarters to-night, and nominated Captain
Richard Franco for Mayor, unanimously.
Mr. France is now addressing the peoplo at
a large meeting, and great enthusiasm pre
vails. Mail through from New Orleans Texas
dates to the 27th ult., have been received,
hut tho papers contain no news of interest.
The Pieayune learns from a gentleman who
camo passongcr on a yatch, that much ex
citement existed at Matamoras in conse
quence of usurpation of tho Governorship of
tho State of Tamnulipas, by Jesus Cnrdenus,
the former inenmbont. A revolution was
confidently expected at Rio Grando city.
A fight rocently occurred between Mr. E.
It. Rord and Capt. Jacob Everett, in which
the latter was Bhot through tho arm. The
wound was severo, but not dangerous.
A letter to the Aeiw, dated Victcrm, Aug.
14th, says that a mail rider who camo to-day
from Sun l'otrico,' states that Indians are
down in that neighborhood committing dep
redations, and settlors living out in tho
country are moving in for protection.
Escape of Cuban Pntrlets.
New Orleans, Soptoinber 4. Tho steamer-Black
Warrior arrived at Mobile yester
day, from Havana. Sho brought the pub
ttuliers of the revolutionary paper, who es
caped in disguise, and aro now in this city.
ri:uvoDi-KTiar, txectltfapp t'lt 'pot ili'ty, tc.
.nilr... tr.n.,Hnilil ft..- A4u.ri li '
cholira, alternate diarrhcea and coal rrene-a. flatulence,
nightmare, etc., etc Wou d it not, tliertlor. be very
'ieirtbiotopcajeits a remedy, which being applied
externally would excite the absorbent to vocroased
action. ,nd thus carrv off through this medium, tha
deleterious principle which is the direct coats of ttw
disease) Surely every thinking man will admit that
thia would not on'y bi the most pleasant, but by fa
the safest means to effect the deeired end. Thu 1
owst .nporhuman cores perfurmed by the Arabian phy
sician in the da vi of old ware main V affected bv thia
cmti e ot treat ont, and the ingredients of which II.
O.FarreWs Celebrated Arabian linimtni is com
posed, sro extracted from rare plants peculiar to Ara
bia. This great Liniment (which is Bow to be had of
most resectable druggista and merchants in every
town in the United States) is daily effecting cures
which seam beyond the power of medicine to con
trol consume tion. bronchitis snd liter complaints la
their first stages, nervous affections, indigestion, enr
largement of tlie spleen, scrofulous tumors, goitre,
etc., etc., are frequently cured, and oitrays relieved
t5 its uve It is unsurpassed as an anodyne reliev
ing severe pains in a few minutes after application, h
soothes tlie irritated nerves, snd produces that de
lightful triniui'itT so grateful, to the nervous iRvald.
Spraiiu,lruueK,wounaa. Durne, aore wroav, cnuo auu,
rheumit'um.san pain, etc., etc., are speedily cured
by it. and for nearly all ailments in horsea or ealtcd.
requiring an external app icatkm, it ia as eSostual re'
LOOK OUT FOB COUNTERFEITS!
The public are cautioned against another counter
feit, which has lately made iU appearance, called W.
B. FarreWs Arabian IAniment the most dangerooa
of all the counterfeits, because his having the name
ofFarrell, many will buy in good fsith, without the
knowledge that a counterfeit exists, and they will per
haps only discover their error when the spurious mix
ture haa wrought its evil eSecta.
The genuine article is manufactured only by if. O.
Tamil, so'o inventor and proprietor, and whuiaia,
druggist. No. 17 MiU street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom
all applications for Ag.-ncies must be addremed. Be
sure you get it with the letters 11. G. before FarreU'a,'
thuIl. U. VARrtElXU and his eignatura on th.
wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
So d by G. KAUr FMAN k CO., Lancaster,
and by n gu ar'y authorized agents throughout tha U
nited States. Prire 2G and 50 cents, and l V bottle.
AGENTS WANTED in everv town, vi Uure and
ham'et in the United Statea, in which one la not al
ready established. Address U. Q. Varrell as abova,
accompanied with good reference as to character, -
d.. i- m 1 in
jroaw, uoen uiestecaiast irujnaaanaaovocaioaoitnoso ;;il y, mvv :,., .:,.t . ij.frprsn
priiicip'cs knowu as Whig prmcipjee. Tlie, do, not ;
Lnor blindi advocate evorr me.sure of Party with- "M'1' whenever they tan teebtainc throughout
,i..v :v..-i k:i-..... ine seavon. Bfri- t v. . ftn.i-.i r.iv.
sue tHat wbicii la right, wo win louow the otcUtes 1 ... ..,
nl nnnp. ' -
TheCommcrcinl News of the Daily Gazette is
very Mil, snd accurately made up Irom the books or M, ihc lailmadfte ;.ui-io r,d ore" ntH-iirn t Hat 1 1. .11.1 r..r tl ni-n laal lilUI
information, by on-3 who dovotos his who lo time to the retired room; mv present atTangtwnt is po; manent j
sti! irct:snd we uive all Iho biiiancul and Commcr- , sod 1 v.iil be haptiv to see mv friends h
ilM rsewJ a uusinoss man may want. to consult me about tnoirtttn sjy special euvbieai
As nn Atlvcrtisiiifr mediiiin, the Gozettn in future will ba Fiiliso (1'j.cociso) Teeth. I
standi foremost. Its year f sdrortiaors number nesr , have for nesrly 20 year, hi on simir.g st perfection in
fivo hiimtrvd. and our advcrtiainz charm is win reach this narticular"merition bo-suso it i of infinatdv
JI00 perday -Our number of uansknt adiciliaLrii greater iinpui'Unce tli-h a!l nlliiiii. Ue can say with
aro vi n numerous.
Our Thi-Wkckly contains all the notva of IheDaify
Ij the largest, boitsnd cheapest In the West
III Club-, it call be had, as may bo soen, for
ITU and ihrr.
v. iil be happy to see my friends who may wish ! SMlTH As ATKn,os's asi-bicak woaM sn.ij-.-
FiiHIS Mediant ha been manufactured by Smith,
JL and Atkinson fir s"voral years, snd na- been used
with grout su'eess b Physicians and others, in various
parts of the lTnit--d States, many thousandii of bottlea
f. . .. U....n a.t.1 ami lliannivumtsniimiril t, kumat
entire ronlidrnce now. that all tiw'h can be saved cr- iih in all quartr-rn where it haa been introduced,
1 1 .. .... J f... I ! Ca k.r l.ll.i.n a,'.... r-( w . I . . . ....
mut.t-HUHuiuijur "'"" j . - j t nrnvoa that it neeos oiuv a rria.1 to satist tnemon in-
as it can bo seen; but il the cavities are large and the j Jious of its great vsluo.the sue of the bottle ha-
teeth have ached, thev cannot t o saved. Hence tho
importinceof frequoi.t cx-nimntioni by t'ie Dentist.
Tliia plan wil to the chca yent uitir.iat'ly and will
. . . 1 .... r .:r.:i . . . i. . .. i ...
1,1'Opcr snnum. Ae commend, however, as moit obvia, tij0 noeonvUv of artificial teeth and aava a
sr.tWictorv and uidcpondant, si:iqls ftilMnuUun al rt amolmt sudrfira;.
fi Thia costs a lift e more, but is less troublesome , havc bf:eB miAinf, in thw it v over twelve yesrs,
ami more sat istactory. ..... . and have, dui iiis that time, filled moro than sixteen
We invite attention to thoc'auns or this paper to the thousand 16,(10(1 leelh. I warrant all mv fillings now
support oftho West. Without in the Itast re'axmg j , n 3U carJ ,j Up,va,Ja,,nd expect to spend the re-
our oxcrtlons to make tha Po itical dopartment of the
Gazette worthy ol puotic conuuencc. or aunering any
dim nu'i n in the carohi therto exorcised over tho
Commercial department, and the departments of Local
an.l Utnoral News, we have determined to make in
croad exertions to render our co'umns sot apart tor
MISCKM.A NKO08 EKAD1NG, more acceptab'e to
In this d ipartment will always ba found a careful
ly chos"ii nislangn ol Ta'os, l'ootry, Moral Kssaya,
Oescriptive and ' Historical Ski-tche", Edifying and
numerous Kx tracts from Current Litorarnfi Agri
cultural snd Horticultural Information, and a column
of amustng and instructive Selections lor the benefit
of the juveni'o members ot tlio Homo Fireside. We
will leave neither pains nor expense untried, to ran
dorour paper entertaining and useful to tho Busi
ness man and general readur and Family Circie .
We often as illustrations inlroduco wood rtits,
of model houses and distinguished persons andda
tea. Our Editorial srrangemiMiU aro auch, that in a J
departments of our eitablidimont we can oiler a guar
antee of abili'.v, correctness and dispatch. Kow
VYookiies in the United Stntos retrain more nistter
we have nearly one third more tlian any Weekly
from Cincinnati, and each Weekly ia equal to 200
p.ig.'s of an octavo vo urae snd not e are made up
with so great an expenditure of Isbor and money, es
pecial lor tho purpose of supplying matter of pecu
liar importance to Western ltoadera, and of proper
proGCiitingani eoiuiatent.y ailvocating the great Com
mercial and Social Interests of this vectiiW'o' ttv
DAILY, pavabio hal-yearly $8,00
THI-W-LriLY, payable alti-r six months ot each
WEI.KLY, t'lfM in advancci flfiO during the year
erat tho end oftho ear, 3,(10
THE GAZETTE TO CLUB9
For the canh in advance, wo will send the follow
ing number of Weeklies to be stopped in all easel
when tho lime is out;
3 copios for 5, and for each other, 3 to 8. .$1,00
8 do 1U. do do 8 to 20... .1,26
30 do 20, do do 20 and upwards. .81,00
CiAta AnnrrtoHg Now subscriptions to a e"S
can ba made at the proportional rates and io that the
timo expires with tlie others oftho dub.
Anents mid Prospectna,
Postihabtrms Ann Fe Paperb. We make all
Postmasters agents of the Cincinnati Gazette, and re
quest ol them t) obtain and forward subscribers fur
ua,anc WO Wl ' pa uw cugu'ur cuuiiuiHNjuiia on imvj
We will also (end to any Poetma-stcr ourWeekly.freo.
who will act as our a-gent, and will koep our lvspee
tus posted up in his oiiico.andaid in having, it put and
kept in other places, if he will designate hiswish 1 to
September i Idw3wwl7
Bonnets, Ribbons and Fans, ,
. all nn hand at
maindcr of my life m Lancaatur. I have the pleasure
of referring to the older physicians of this city.
mAlways in my office durr g business hours.
Kespccuuny, 11. ace 11.
N. B I extract Teath'and attend to other diieajes
of tha mouth as usual. sept 7 3m
irvTJt! .;il enl.l ., nllMr ulp at tha rn.Uenri. I Ueil in e
nfthe auhiiFriher in f.rpnnrt dd townshiu. three i For Honsrs, etc
miles South of Hnltimora. on the road loadiiu; from
Lancaster to Baltimore on Tnvrsduy, scpleml tr .
1S50. the following property, to-w it: .
9 Co ts, a lot of Cow & Young eattlo, a lot ill Sheep,
4 stands of Bee S Ploughs, I Shovel Plough,
I Harrow, 1 sett Plough Gfart, 1 cross-cut Saw,
1 Grain cradle, 1 Fanning Mil),
A 1 t ol Shovels, Forks, ho. Hakes, etc.
1 Dressing I!ureau,2 End Tsblos. 1 Dining Table,
1 Breakfast Table, 2 Stands, 1 Wvnh Stand,
3 Ucdstcads, 1 crib, 1 Safe, 1 Mantle dock.
Parlor. Dining Ifoom. cioking ami 10 plato St
for Wood aod coal, I M.iu's sadd e.
Parlor, Pining lloom. Bed Room snj Kirehon chaii-s,
1 Wool Wheel and Reel, 2 laio Iron Kotlles,t:
A lot of articles bclonine -to ilouio, Bern, Milk
house. Flour lloiim ami Ovrn. Shed, etc.
Corn in the Fiidd. Gi ntlouien wanting corn will
please examine tha com prtn-ious to th? day cr sa 0
as it will bo so'd at Iho house.
Sa'o to commence at 0 o'clock. A. M. All turns ol
23 or more, tf ninths credit will bo riven, the our-
chaser giving noto with approved accurity under f3
casn 111 nanu.
Augustas. 1S59 E. W. WEIXS,
PUTNAM FEMALE B EMI N A III".
rrIIIS Institution will again commence its session on
JL Walnpsday the loth day of September nrxf; and
will close the first term Tuesday, Feb. Kth, 1K03.
more are two terms in the year witn aa u'"-,,-ing
vacation of two weeks. ' '
For information as lo tho courso of luJyf?v?,"
ment, location and exercise, reterenco may be had to
thecktaoguofortho ear, endinJAurust, lbjJ. -
- EXPFKSE OF Tl H l"
Preparatory Department pel term....
Instrumontal Mulc par form
Ue ot Inntrumeni
been aniargcd, to that it is one of the cheapest as well
as most valuable Worm Medicines aver offered to the
public; and the person buying this article gets the
Kul valur ol his uioaey in quality, which is a fact weU'
lie careful tn aik for 'Smith and Atkinson's Amer
ican Worm Killer," and see. that the nam 0 of Smith
and Atliinton is on tlie Bottle" in raised Letters.
READ! HEAD!! BEAD!!! BEAD!!!! BEAD!!'!
Belief fur n:an and beast. Hie horseman's hope,
or Fanner's friend. Arrangements are now made
for the supplyiug the puidic with this great remedy
which has been used with wonderful success by those
who have had an opportunity of testing its virtues.
No femilv should nutlect to have a supply; and all
per.ons would do well to keep some by them to be
rase 01 sccmeut to mau ur duiri.
For the cure of sprains bruuea.
saddle and collar galls, swelbxl Joints, stiffness and
weakness of the legs, old sores, scratches, ate.
For Mau For the cure of rheum atiam, lumbago, ,
spra.hu, swellings bruises, sciatic pains, stiffness and
weakness of the limbs, and other accidents and afflic
tion to which men and animals are liable.
1'iepared only by Smith and Atkikso.-i, !SS, Balti
more slrctt, Baltimore. ..
For tale by Kaurlinan fc co , Lancaster; JohS Leo
nard, Basil; K. Goehegan, Baltimore; Isaac Jones.Now
Salem; E. Kalb, Bushnle; Otto 11. Mu.-1'er co..
Sumerict. A so for a"e in Cirelevil'e, Ohio.
This preparation has been before the pub'ic a suffi
cient time to havt ita nn-rits tiirly tested snd the re
porta receivud from various partaof the eouttry,
prove 11 to Deonoot inoinoai vaiuero iciumu-ciu
offered, both to man and horse.
August Sfi, IMSi
lTOTICK. A meetingofthoCreditfirsoitheZtfnes
l ville and Maysville Turnpike Boad Company,
wi 1 be held on Slonday. tho 20th day ol Soptembor,
A D. ltSS, at the Citt Hall, in Lancaster, Ohio, to
perfect srrangrmeni, if practicable, for the purchase
of said Boad, at the tale thereof advertised by A. Baa
s.'t. Receiver, etc., to be held at C'hil ico'he, on the
9th of October next. The business of the meeting
iil h hLfhlv important and a ftrH- attendenee bv the'
Creditors or their authorized sgenU la desired.
ii. n. nunicK.
In behalf of the General Committee.
Lancaster, August 30, IKS3.
Gazette. Chillicothe; Post, Somerset: please enpyv
Brd, incl'ud'ine lights and' wsnhii-e, per w eek
Kuol in pnvato room, per wecic
Communications relative to the pecuniary interoits
of tho Seminary should be addressed to A. A. Cvth-
niK,-aii otnors to tne rna :ipu
August 26, 1K5
: AUGUSTA GREGG.
LAST E.etu'ng, at the Circus, a Lrad colobbd
Cloth Miriko Shawl. The finder will be
suitably rewarded by leaving it at the .
Sept: 3. GAZETTE OFFICE.
William Marsh's Estate.
NOTICE: is hereby given that the subscribe haa
been annolnted and Qualified as Kxerntnron the
estate of WivLiaai March, late of Fairfield county,
deceased. r ,
DatodatLan;Wcf (tlia 17th day of August. IS
Natharikl DT6fX,' .'
Executor of William Martfr. '
ROAD WAtlONS FOR SALE.
Wl, oner 11 pnvaw i.uiiwmiiaa n i og-
oris, with broad tire. They will he soM very.
lo for cash, or we will trade them on fair terms fot
BuKgioa or two-horse Wagons. - ...j f -k
. . We have a so the HARNESS for both team wi irh
will be so'd upon reasonab'e terms or tiade aw abnvo..
These articles can be seen at tbe reniiieico of Mr
E. Martin, three miles lTorth of Bushvilie,' on the'
road to Thornvllle. - H. B. MrLAL'GllLJN, I
August 4wl3- EjMARTlS. r
K r-r J
. the Stat 0.''; - s .