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V CITY OF LAST CASTES:
MtlurUity Evnii.,r, Sept. 4,
Pierce's STATEsiiAJisHir. Suy the Rich,
mond Whig, "during tho eight ycurn h re
mained in CongfCbi, Be made four or 'five
narrow, contracted, jfjune speeches. The
first, in February, '34, was) against the bill
fur4 the benefit of the Jtstilubs wiJuws
and orphan of the revolutionary soldiers.
His second" in '3li, against the military Acad
emy. His third in '36, in defence uf Levi
Woodbury and his pet banks. His fourth
in '41, against the hill granting to General
Hnrri ju's widow the remuinder of his year's
salary for which Buchauun and a large
number of Democratic Senator's voted.--His)
fifth in '41, on the spoils in generul.
These constitute all that we can find, except
a few remarks now and then on the recep
tion of abolition petitions sometimes for
and sometimes ayainst. His speeches, tho'
evidently labored, are miserably poor, in
language and in sentiment. There is not a
generous, high-toned sentiment, nor an cx-
punded bttttesmiinlike view of public affairs
to be found in any of them. During his
whole Legislative career, he never originat
ed a proposition, nor supported any meas
ure that looked to proyreit and improvement
in the condition of the people. All his vote
partake of the narrow and niggardly charac
ter of his speeches. He voted against a bill
in '36., making provision for the surviving
- officers and Soldiers of the Revolution. A
gain, in '38, he voted against a similar hill
for the relief of the widows and orphans of
the Revolutionary soldiers. He also voted
against a bill for the benefit of the soldiers
of tho war of 1812, and their children. He
voted against every bill of Improvement that
came before Oungrens whilo he was a mem
ber, except one, which appropriated some
$3000 to a river in .Vtir Hampshire, and then
he wasabnent. It would seem that that mem
orblo cent's worth of candy had exhausted
the last drop of charity in his composition.
He set his fnco ugninst every act of benevo
lence Hguiiibt every iiitutuire which con
templated the progress, the development,
the advancement of the material and intel
lectual condition of the people. In his con
traded view, Government wus not institut
ed fur the good of the people, but simply for
the office-holder!". So that they but receiv
ed their fat Hitluries in hard money, he cared
nothing for tho hard-working mnanes.
"If there exist any other evidences of his
atatoHmanshtp (and such statesmanship!)
than these, we call upon his friends to bring
tnem rorward! These poor, paltry exhibits
testify neither to past services nor capacity
Tor future usefulness. If the new Locofoco
doctrine, that the peoplo of this country
ought not to honor men whohnvo performed
great and putriotic deeds for the public wel
fare, ia to obtain; at least it should be shown,
that those who ore to be honored arc- cnpahle
of performing public service. Where ia
there the smallest proof that Pierce is fit for
any public aerviccl He ha been in posi
tions whore there were opportunities for wise
and great deods. He executed none. His 8
year in Congress produced no single (ruit.
His campaign in Mexico was barren of use.
fulness und glory. Is there the smallust
reason for Supposing ho will do better as
'resident than lie did as Congressman und
Getieruli On the contrary, is thero not ev
cry probability for presuming that tho man
who has failed in subordinate statioiiR, in ev
erything he ever undertook, will continue to
fail to thuendof the chapter!" .
liAiLRuAD IUkbecue. Our friends in
Hocking county had on onthuBiaHtic rail
road meeting in Logan, on Thursday last.".
About 3,500 persdns wore present and were
ably addressed by Messrs. Case of Lngnti
Dille of Newark, Shorman of Munslield
Glovor of Portsmouth, Finck of yomorHet
und Borland of Luncastor. Tlic utinimt fn
muaiunm was miiiinesicu anil tno Dent o
feeling prevailed. Mosnrs. Case, Rochester
and other loading citlzons of Logan are man
ifesting a duo dogroo of railroad energy and
are determined to havo a rallroud connec
tion which will bo of vaHt benefit to the!
growing villuge. A largo amount of stock
has alroady been subscribed and they ox
pect in a very nhort time to raise the entire
amount nccrnnry to socuro the connection.
A free dinner wasgivon, and what is not
generally the case, an ompfo supply was
provided for tlio largo crowd in attendance.
After all had partaken, several bushel bask
ets full were left.
The movement will result in good. Tho
ample resources of the county nro only n
waiting favorable opportunities for their do
velopemont, when the county and town will
grow in wealth end population.
Souko ABrtUMENf. Henhy C. Cahey
says, tiieruisono greater-invention than
that ofthe railroad, to-wit: that which brings
. the market totlm farmer's door, and thus do
Htroys tho iiectl for transportation even by
raitroad. What is It th,n n,akes ttllj vnJ.
ahlet hut hns miulo it every where valu
nhlel Proximity to market; bringing tho
consumer to the side of tho producer. The
land of Delirium is ofthe hiKhHt value of any
in tho world, because there tho consumer
nnd producer aro most completely In con
nection with oath other. That of France
has enormously Increased in value, as the
consumer has moro and more taken his place
by tho side of the producer. What destroys
. 1. ..t.. r i J I fin. . .. . , r
me vnum ui iniiu: x iib enarntioii oi the
consumer from the producer; for that ia in-
variubly followed by exhaustion of tho land,
and ita abandonment, t or the Just two cen
turies, no effort hn boen spared to prevent
their coming together on tho linn! of Ireland;
but auctions lulled, until at the Uniou, pro
vision was mado for tho abolition ofall pro
tection, tho result of which is seen in the
fact, that a largo portion of that country is
now on sale for tho mere amount of that mon
eys that, in better times, waa lent to tho
owner urn mortjmgo ecurity. In India,
Brituh free trade lias annihilated tho domes
tic manufacture, afld, with auch step in the
progress of tho operation, land has lost its
value, because, us in Irelund, lliu people
have boen more aud more compelled to de
pend on the distant market. Every where
land actiuh-es value, and its owner becomes
enriched, a the owner is more and more
brought to take his place by the sidu of tho
consumer; and every where it losses its val
ue as the producer is more and more com-
nenou to ucpena upon his distant market
because me con of iranorUtlion conttitutet
thefirtl tax to be paid bo boh land ami l,Jor
and because the cost of olnir in ,MrU
nijiHt b.rpaiil rr by the mnn win, l,, cltlicrk
' " " -
-Tbxm Ou Docuets." Mr, R. G.l ''Raiwoad OvErruii." An enterUin
Scott, a Virginia Locofoco, made a speech, ! ment was given by a large number of our
few days since, in which he triad to be very ! citizens to the Director of the Wilmington
severe on Gen. Scott. In 1348, an address R. K. Company, and a committee rrom the
was published to the people of Virginia, writ- , Akron Branch R. R. Company, at tho Wm
.. i... .m s.-..tt n R;. ....n.i slow House last evening. The opportune
wm sj outsit. -'-- v.
,T1 . . . . , , a
Whig is unmerciful enough to puke the fol- ,
lowing swelling extract at him: j
"They (the Whigs) now prefer a cunili-
date distinguished not merely for military
renow n, but lor the peculiar qualification of
having formed no on noi upon the leading
political questions which have so long divid
ed the two great parties of the country. The
Gallast Scott, the General-in-chlef ofthe
army, the conqubror of Mexico a Vib
gimianby Birth lias been eutirely over
looked by his Whig brethren in his own
State- he who, though a military chieftain,
HAS FOKNED AHO E.T.FBESSED OPIMONS Oil
their issues, and in accordunce with their
cherished principles, and their most ardent
It would seem further that Mr. Scott's opin
ions in 1843 will have mare influence now
than his opinions of 1852. In the Kanawha
district, the Locofoco Central committee,
appointed a vitfilance- committee, four of
whom, Thomas Hudnall, Joseph Hudnall,
Fielding Hudnall and Spencer Porter, de
cline the proffered honor, as "their feelings
incline another way," and ia the present
campaign, they are constrained to act in op
position to the purpose for which they were
We may add that the news from Western
Virginia Is of the most cheering character'
and the Whig has hopes that a strong effort
upon the part of the Whigs will carry the
State for Gen. Scott.
Mil. Gbaham. Some editor down in North
Carolina, who wanted to appear very valor
ou in tie defence of Southern institutions
and pretended to be better than his neigh-
bora, hoisted the namo of Daniel Webster
for President and that of the Whig candi
date for Vice President. Whereupon Mr.
Graham write him a letter, declining the
profered honor. He says that Scott was fair
ly nominated, and that honor demands an
acquiescence by tho Whigs of the Union.
He has a great regard for Mr. Webster, and
would havo supported him with great pleas
ure if he had been nominated. But he can
not permit his name to beusod in any man
ner that shall convey any implication that
Gen. Scott is not eminently worthy the
votes of the freemen of the Republic. This
is tho talk of a trua Whig.
Tho charges of tho Hocking Star a
gtiinut the citizons of Lancaster and vicinity,
nro ontiroly gratuitous. When the prudent
editor of that paper has had a little more
practical experience, he will be careful how
he puts afloat every rumor started by interest
ed persons. Without any reason foran oppo
sition to our neighbor below us, we rejoice
in her progress and would not throw an ob
stacle In her way. Tho citizons of this city,
In regard to the proponed road, have had no
other thought than a connection with Lo
gon, and fo the Stur will find fe the end.
OCTTlie Lancaster Gazette Is informed that
our news respecting division in the W ., C.
L. ol Z. railroad hoards wore imparted by a
Circleville gentleman, who said they were
"in a perfect snarl." fkio. Wat.
If that Circleville gentleman impart any
more information upon railroad matters or
upon any other subject, we would advise our
friend of the Gatelte to got him to prove his
character for veracity
Gen. Taylor' Family. It I stated
that of the family of General Taylor there
survive Mr. Richard Taylor, the only son of
the General, who ia a sugar planter in the
Parish of St. Charles, La., and Mrs, Bliss,
the ludy of Colonel who resides in
Ni w Orleans.
Pkt.'dekt Forethought. The Jonesville
Telegraph, a Loco paper that has Goner.
Pierce's iiumo ut the head of its columns-i
"We w i ill roine one would iicntl us a lit.'
of our candidate, "Gen. Pierce," and ulnu
the life of tho next finmt unknown who
rimy happen to bu nominated for President
Relioiovs. The forty-first session of tho
Ohio Aumial Conference of tho Methodist
J'J. Uiiurch, commenced in Zuncsvillo, on
Wednesday morning, Bitdiop Junes presid
ing. We notico nothing in the first duy's
proceedings of uny general importance.
fiigty-four members wero present.
03Tio Springfield RcpuMk comes to us
In mourning fur the death of its able and
enterprising editor Richard R. McNeiuar,
Esq. lie died on Saturday, August 28th,
ofdysentary. His remtiins were followed
to the grave, on Monday, by a lurgo con
courso of citizens.
The Locofoco Rooster of 1852, is a dung
hill fowl. It crows over losses in North
urolina, Iowa, Missouri and Arkansas, with
as much zeal as It posmbly could exhibit over
a victury. No game cock would do that.
Crvino 1! adieu. The subjoined article
was sent to the New York Sun by a corres
pondent. Wo copy it for tho suite of hu
manity: . .
Having hoard of an important discovery,
made Boine years ago, of a ready mode of
silencing squalling children, I lately, on
hoard of a car, on my way from Newuik
here, embraced an opportunity of testing its
virtues, with the most satisfactory result, up
on ono of the loudest and most incorrigible
nine Hipiniiors, I think Unit ever shocked my
wuuk nerves, i no process is a very simple
one all I did was to pros ono finger gently
"Jd J'puaiodly across the cartilage of tho
child's noso, and In less than a minute, to
tho grbut amusement ofthe passengersf it
was sound asleep, llehoving ao desirabla
a ploce Information should be generally
knon, I have concluded to give it public.
V At the late Whlg"7nTin"Troton,
N.J,,Mr. Van Dyke sold thai he lately
traveled in the curs with two oastern iron,
men, Democrat, who had been at VVutihlmr.
ton, urging their party to do something for
tho amendment of the tariff. They hud be.
come utterly discouraged, and had now de
termined, aa their only resource, to vote for
a Whig administration.
Tub Dirkctoh of the Cincinnati anil
Dayton Hhort Lino Railroad have determined
to put that lino under contract immediately.
A tunnel la to bo constructed through a por
tion of Walnut Hills.and four track are to
be laid through it. Tho work on this tunnel
will bo prosecuted vigoiously during the
ensuing winter. ' ,
tJirAhout 100 Swe.li.h eiiiigr.ntB passed
i tnwiiBh iioatun on Uvew wy to tho west.
ij a imururt-u uy inning uii uurcnuiiuuu
' . , 'k ( h J( Co noanv. and the
result ofthe cveuing was one highly honors..
ilile to the city ofZanesvi lie, truly gratifying
to all who feel jealous of her reputation for
public spirit, and of saving efficacy to the,
interest of our South Western railway. A
reeling waa manitestej, such as we nave
never before witnessed among the business
men of our town auch a spirit and zeal, a
luitn toowith corresponding worKs, a not
only caused but amply justified the remarks
mad by many, that a nuw era nau uawneu
upon this community.
In the Course of the evening, there were
obtained something over 80,000 of stock
subscriptions, made or guarantied to be made,
of so many of which were for the sum of
81,000 or over, we have the following list
from the Secretaries, viz: Sturges, Buck
ingham & Co., $5,000; Galigher & Bros,
and A pplogate & Tallant $2,000 each;G. A.
Jones, R. Stillwell, A. Van Home, D.
Brush, James Raguct, C. W. Potwin, A.
Peters, Geo. James, John A. Adams, N.
Gattrell, Jamca Granger, G. A. Hall, Ebert
&. Loudan, S. R. Hosmcr, J. Keen, Goo.
W. Manypenny, H. N. Kearney, Douglas,
Smith & Co., H. Rogers, T. F. Nevitt, God
da rd & Eastman, John Bowman, Beaumont
& Hollingsworth, and J. V. Cushing. But.
better than this, on the proposition of Wm.
Gulligher, Geo. James, H. Blandy and T. F.
Nevitt joined with him in guaranteeing an
additional subscription of 65,000 cach.wliich
was immediately followed by a similar a
greement from Daniel Brush, Wm. Sturges,
C. B. Goddard andC. W. Potwin, being in
all $73,000 secured In sums of $ 1,000 and
over, while an additional amount, making a
total to exceed $80,000, was subscribed in
- The following gentlemen were also ap
pointed a committee to act in conjunction
with the committee of the Board of Trade,
in soliciting further subscriptions from our
citizens, viz: Messrs D. Applegate, G. A.
Hall, R. N. Dunlap, Thomas Duvidson, G.
A. Joa.es, H. N. Kearney, G.L. Shiuuick
and Samuel Clark. 'Wns committee will
proceed at once to the discharge of their du
ty, And no one has tho temerity to assert
that they will tail In securing the amount
needed. The members of this committee
and ofthe committee of the Board of Trade
are requested to meet at the Council Cham
ber at 10 o'clock to-morrow (Friday) morn
ing. A detailed report of the sayings and f'o
ings has been promised us by the Secreta
ries for to-morrow's paper. In the mean
time wo will only say that the supper was
excellent, the music wus good, the speeches
first-rute, and that all the arrangements re
flected tho highest credit upon the commit
tee who had the matter in charge. Zancs.
(SrIilunJerini is tho order of the day with
the Locofocos. All their fabrications explode
on their hands and they have scarcely
made a movement since the canvass opened,
which they did not have to retrace. Tho
"thrilling dialogue," and General Scott's
cutting off his right hand, arc specimens of
the former: or the latter, tho cases arc in-
umerable. At first. General Scott was n
swindler, a liur and a coward but that talu
wouldn't bear telling about tho. man whom
Jefferson commissioned, whom Madison
mado a Major Generul, und offered the post
of Secretary of War, whom Jackson and
Van Huron both entrusted with tho most
delicute and difficult duties, and whom Polk
sont to conquer Mexico. Tho calumny was,
therefore, silently abandoned. Then he
was a superstitious Catholic. After this
tune hud been ung awhilo, the central or
gan, the Union, shifted right round, and
charged-him with having "grossly insulted
the whole Catholic Church." Then he wus
a mighty enemy to ull adopted citizens of for
eign birth. More than a barrel ol ink was
expended on this charge But it leaked out
thut he had perilled his life for his udopted
fellow-citizens, and saved the lives of
some of them which did not look like ho
huted them very much. And again, it was
ascertained, that his assailants the New
Hamjuhire Oumoerary treat foreigners worso
than they do negros giving to the latter
the right to vote and hold office both of
which privileges they deny to the former.
Wc huve hourd but littlo ubout foreigners
since this revelation.
Now, that blundering "stoopid," the
Washington Union, is pouring hot shot into
tlio fl mi ks of its old friends, tho Federalists,
who opposed the wur of 1813. Of all tho
enemies of that war, there were none more
bitter than the bluo-nosos of New Hamp
shire. Thoy refused to permit tho militia
to march to the defence of the country .while
den. Scott, the W inn cundidate, wasstrug
gling day and nlglil, perilling his life, and
exposing his body to British bullets, to pro
tect them from invasion, lie a f ederalist,
and they Domocruls! t
What next? Richmond Why,
A New Enolao Fishino Towii." Tho
Nowurk Advertiser, in an articlo on the
f isheries, lirinL'a to notice that mieer old ue ro
of irregularity, the rUliing town of Marble-
lioail. No two huusus in a population of
or 8000, eland upon tho game line; and no
Btreet runs without a turning for more than
a docn feet togethor. It is colcbrutod for
it hospitality, ffuneral education, wells in
olid rocks, hah drying, which dunises a u
niversa) otto, of which their dun-fish yields
a poweriui odor. I lie business among them
s tisliinir on tho Grand Hanks, or elsewhere
abroad, drying them at home, keeping
school, and shoemuking. Tho young peo
plo do not ruceivo company in parlors: but
every mgnt at nine, tno two sexes assemble
in ono ofthe principal strocts, and converso
standing, sometimes till ten, or a little later.
These evening parties never sulfor from
crowding or bud uir; and are conducted with
great propriety nnd decorum, as free from
license as needless restraint.
Such are the perils of the sea, to which
the inhabitants are genorally udilictod, that
widows aro sturtlhiirly nuaiorous anions'
them. At tho r.loso of the Revolutionary
War, it has been assorted, there were 1600.
When peiiaioiis were afterwards to beeran-
ted, owine to u loss of papers and other caus
es, only ubout a thousand, however, could
legally establish tlu-ir claims. The town
a kept impoverished und dcnonulutod bv tho
perpetual disnstersiiuHtiiined by thum upon
the oceunj Yet a Marblehead man wher
ever he may roam, turns with undying af
fectum to his nutive town; and never ia con
tented to settle elsewhere. There ho sighs
to spend the evening of his days, if he sur
vives, as so many do nut, tho perils of th
rock orstorm,and lay his old bonos at last
in some quiet nook among her grey rock
wiiiiiu tne sounu oi me roaring wave,
0OAn eldorly maiden lady write to a
"A widower with ten children, haa pro
posed, and I have accepted hi. Thia is a
bout the number I should have been entitkd
to, if I had been married at the proper time,
Instead of being cheated into a nonentity."
MeELIKlYlkBILLINOIHIRST have removed their
Boot and Shoe Shin to tliesv'a TCI. 'S.i
door eastof the Exchange and imsiediatoly mpooalt
Mr. Kainuol BeerV'a tJrocory'a, where thai ,iwVl..'
. . . I .1
on hand and Inaimlacture to wiler, Hoota ani Shoes
of the beat quality; all warranted and sold at low fi
gures. PleaM rail ml the Kallroad Sign. ,
" . Mcelroy billing a vast. '
Lancaster,-AprU 1, tUSa 59
A in 1 .j ' :
P. T. BAIl-MITI'S '
Grand Colossal MaKene Bad Memareric!
rlHKUrgetTrTUIngEXHIBITION in the world.
I beini combination of all the mott popular and
unaicpiMtonible ainasonwnts of the ano enlarged
and improved for the Season of 1H59.
A TEAM OP TEN ELEPHANTS
Will draw the great Car of Juggernaut.
A UABY ELKHHANT!
Only one ynr old, and but 3 foet high, will rarry
upon hi back around the interior ofth itnmnnae Pa
villi..u Hie Lilliputian 4;KNEUAL TOM THUMB
The Magnificent Oirlegx comprise 1 10 horsoa and 90
men The Puvillinn or r.xhiliillcm ha been en'argea
until It ii opable of accommodating 15,0 0peclators
at once, ihe collocticn of living Wild Ueuta in
clude the moat ap'ondid apocimen ever Exhibited in
Ametua. Among many otnera will Do louna
SX H ADt-IFITt, L.IO.NS
Fro.h from their native Foraata.
A SACRKn UQBMK8K BDI.L ;
Kroin tho Island ui Covion, worvhipped tht-re bv the
Pagan Natives, and lei enlly takn liom an Idolatrous
A SUrnnler White or Polar Bear! Of prodigioua
A M gnificeat Royal T'gir Tho 'argent one ever
An Infantile Camel Oidy its months of age, the
lirt ouc ever born in America, etc. etc.
T4 Drnte of Klevliant wero captured in tho
Junlot of central Ooylnn, by Messrs. b. B. Junk and
uuohsk iiUTTKH. B-isisieo oy aw nit'.ivoa. aiivs a
pursuit ot three months and lour nays in the Jungios
1 nny were linauy imrppHi ana sucuruii ill bii iii
ilian Kraal or Trap, of enormous dimuiisionsawt pro.
dL'ioua strength, where thev woro subiluod. Tho
call K.cphsnt accompanies Its Dam, auuwas weanou
on its Dajsaro from lnriia.
A Native Ceylon Chief, of high caste in his own
country, nan cnarge oi me jMcpnanis, Having accom
panied them from Ceylon.
Proprietor of the American Museum, New York, has
Uih honor lo announce, that encouraged by the bril
liant success which has attended all his various etfnrts
for the smiMPTneut of the pub ic, ho has been led lo
lorm tho project 01 organizing a vast travelling
MUSEUM Or WONDERS,
Which comprises a great variety of attractions,' and
more exlranrdinar v nove ties, than anv travellinu ex
hibition in the world. Every fnnture of this mam
moth establishment is of a pocu iar and interesting
nature, & tho whole is producud upon a gigantie scale
of magnitude The travelling paraphernalia of the
American Museum, as it enters each iown( is preced
ed by tho gorgeous
CAB OF JUGGERNAUT.
Drawn by Ten E ophants superbly caparisoned, being
an accura n mndu of that terrlb'n engine of itlnlatnilia
sacrifice, linislied & decorated in all the extravaganro of
tho Hind' o style Kollowing'this monitor vehie. ia s
long procession of coslry caes and carriages,-. Ihe
whe!c forming a spoctab'e of more than Oripnta' splen
dor. Tlio cxhihitiou will take place within s niiigiil
ncentVsriegaied Pavilion, composed of American flags
of watur-proof fabric. The real genuine, original
GENERAL TOM THUMB
Is attached to this exhibition, snd will appear in all his
performances ss given before tho principal crov. ned
deads of Europe, including Songs, Dsncos, Grecian
Statues, & his admired personation of Napoleon Jand
Frederick the Great The litt'e General is twenty
years of sgn, weighs on'y fifteen pounds, and is but
twenty-oight Inches high. A 'so engaged,
The mnn without srins. w ho w 111 execute his extraor
dinary fostsof Inkling und llringa isto1 with his to ';
cutting profile ikeiipsncu; shontitig at a mark with a
bow ami arrow; pl.ivin upon tho Acco'iiion and Vio-liitcollii,et--Mr.
Ni Mis, In those performance.!, ex
hibits a wonderful evuniple of what iiidomilaMu en
eri;v and industry can accomplish, oven when tabore'ir
under ili::adviit;ig' s appurniitly tlio most iiisunn Mint
oii'u. 'A coni'i'eto M'Uiagorie of
LIVING WILD ANIMALS.
i ni (i incliidod in tlio American Muteuin. end at n
convenient jieiiod during tin exhibition
MR I'lKRCK v,
VVjll enter the Dims of tlio V.'ild Beasts, and glvi hia
cla siinl illustrations of Hercules struggling with the
Nirniean l.ion; Duniel In the Lion's Dm; Samson d )
slrnviiM tlio Lion. etc.
Oiieiii'the most inton slliy portions of tlio exhibition
is fnnn.nl by tho dUplay of sreot collection uf
WAX STATU ART.
Including fences of tho size of life, oi sll thi Preil-
d nts ol'lho United Stntos, alaotof a grent number of
uotod characters. American if orohrn, all of which
tm accurate 'ikonQ sea, anil- Tpriatnly costumed.
hi fuct,tho whole ostabluhnfetirnira vast repository flt-i
WONDERFUL OBJECTS of NATURE. ART,
the full particulars of which it vou'd bo impossible to
give wnnin me limits of a nnwspapor aavozTwoment,
anu wnich has boon brought together at an onormous
expi-udltnni of means, forming the largest and most no
vo! travelling exhibition in this orsny other country.
A fine mi'iUrv Hand will nnrform the mnstnoDular
a'srs of tho day, us tlio procossion enters tho city, and
isn uuring tne noura oi oxillDlllon.
Iho Ainerkan Museum and Moiugorio will exhibit
At IiitiiciiNter, JUoudiiy, 8t!tcinlM:r 90,
Prico of admission Vi cunts, children under 9 vesra
of ago 18 cents. To the whole of this immense es
tablishment, including Genera! Tom Thumb, the on
tire collection of Wild Anima s, Wax Statuary. Mr.
I'l. rco'a Performances in the Dnns.the Baby Elephant,
Mr. Nellii' performances, etc., no extra chsrge un
der any pretence whatever, lot tho report be what
thoy may. Doors open from 1 1 to 4, and from 7 to
o'docs, P. M. v . Auiiust 13
GRKAT ItKVOLUTlON IN FHANCK.
1AM just sow receiving and opening out a large
and well anlocted
Htock of Mnrinir nnd Nummer (laaAa.
which I am determined to eel) as low as any other
House in Ohio.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
who wish to purchase will find the Wlowlng articles,
to-wit; , .
Dress Silks, fancy and plain; Silks do.; Fancy Lawna,
Silk Boroges, Fancy Dnlanoa, Calicoes, Qlnghama,
White and fancy Robes, embr'd; Parasols and Fans,
all kinds; While damask crape shawls
Worked Culls, Sloevea and collars; Bonnet Rlbbona;
Krunch and fancy flowers; dress trimmings;
Dress buttons, ofall aorta; silk and linon brsdes;
Now Style Honnots,
Edgingsand lace; black silk lace; new style bloomer
comes: superior roiica: marieiiies veatiiurai
Cloths and oasslmeres, Rattineta, Joans and tweeds
Muslins from 1 to I yard wido, ahoeting;
oioacnea.inuaiins, couou yarns, tickings, bagging;
Leghorn and Paint Loaf Hal, new style,
, UattnandQueenaware, a very large atockef
BOOTS AND 8HOF-S; '
and prlcos to suit customers. "' '
All those who will favor ane with "call bw
buy elsewhere, will be saving money bv dni
Lancaater, April 17 .
irST 1 1 I 1 I I
THE TELEGIMIMI LINE.
Little 4t Dreabnch
R8PECTFULLY Invite the attection ol tbeclil
aens of ln!astcrswl-40inii y, to their large
Stock of Spring finrl SuinnHpr Goods,
just oponed, comprising every varletyf styles, pat
teru and maicus in the Eastern markets, which hare
ooon seieciej with great care as to price and o,uaiuy,
and will beaold aa Tow assay other estaoliahniout
can soil West of tne Alleghany mountains. Wo will
make additions to our atuck through the season in or
der to keep our assortment full aud complete. The
puoiic will uo won to call ana oxamins) our noes,
before buying elsewhere.
n e can aay to mo Udies that our sioca of
Dress Goods, Kibboub Bonnets Jk I'nrnsols,
ani all other articles for their use, ar very nice and
cheap, and will bo very nappy lo have you call and
examine our stocs.
The Gentlomon will as usual find a heavy stock of
Cloths, CttBsimcref, Vesting,
and a great varioty of other Roods suitable for their
wear. o nave also a urge amen oi Drown anu
bleached muslins, diap.'ra, checks, tickings, linens,
baggings, drillings, cottonade.a . &c. Pauama, leghorn,
podel. straw and palm leaf HATS,' boots and shoos,
cotton yarns, bating, wicking, Su.
Also, a large sloe ol wall paper. Doruering ana
Window TMitwJk; Carpeu and Mailing. .
(Inssware aud Qneenswitre
of the best oualit v and latest Dstterns. All: vou that
want a nice sett of ware, will do well to como and
buy uf us.
. Also, a full Stock of Groceries
and every thine usually kept in our lino.
lErWANTEO atalltunis sll kinds of country JtrO
ditcs, for which tho highnxt prico will be paid.
tiKOHGE H. LITTLE,
SAMUEL D. DHESBACII.
Lancaster. April 13, 1852 BO
t i.orunvaTs! i. i inrvi
GENTLEMEN, the en at wondur and excitemont
if the day now ia how such a quantity of so
rich and splendid Clothinu as you will find with
the prupiutois of the old reroaikable
(San possibly be dispose of in due season, uid. ss It
Is the prospect uf a Ijrge increase to the population
of our healthy and beautiful city. No doubt tho
richness :of the surrounding country, combined with
tlio spirit mid industry ol our enterprising farmers,
has atimulatod those parties in laying in such moun
tains of goods in iha way of f'AsmuNABt.K Cloth
mo. The supei ior mannor in which they are made tho
la-diiouablu style of their cut and workmanship the
pihlity of the material, and the variety of shades and
colors they aro composed of, would induce you to
say without hesitation that tho proprietors must he
untiring in their efforts and their ingenuity . more
than common, to collect such a quantity of beautiful
garments together. And the best or all is, the
Uausaul low Prices they arc Sold for,
Would almost in.ke you (wear that you would novor
buy a yard of stuff in a store to have made up for
yourself or Ihe boys. If vou buy a suit of clothos.
you see the fit the ouallitv of the iromla and'all
done in a l'uw in inula., with little urouble, before
you fk y one cent of your monny . Not ithstsnding
some ol burniodi'st, unss,uming neighbors will rsi-e
thoirvoi. and csullon you; very piously, sgainst
the prodmjtloa ofEuetesirtop sBops!" Think of
It. Who sVould suppose ih-atiuch a r!pnt sugges
tion! Qfi'Vhat a beau yohr' granv.)vas! Wondir
why thy ifiil not warn yon ngalnsfc 'loirtratie Slope
very olitpat!ernt,ini perforated cloUtt ; Taste a stroll
along Main s : root and soe the fjtuesyt e-cut. You
will conclude poor Old Mother -Hoot, is in suoh de
mand, she will bj compelled to hldetlerself or every
Calico boy on the streets will cortaiMy jvtuck her lo
death. What, Parixian Crook we have got ol late
in the shape of oldwomen and shop sous; pure char
ity; for the Irish friends. 1 suppose, has brought them
o it; well, well! this is tho age of progression, cer
tainly. To te candid, those who want to save as
much in the purchase, of a snit of clothes, ss will give
the child hull a .yoarn schooling would do well to
cr..! A tbo 0LT? CHECKERED STORE where you
-an bo fated out from head to fool, out o those piles
if clothing wo have stor6il away. What we sell you
wu warrant in ovory particular. If anything hup
,enato bo wrong In your purchase, retuTii the goods,
ind soloct from our slocli s frush'supply. It is use
less to mimtion tho variety of our
MpriiiR mid Hammer Stock of Clothing. '
Ilut in part: Thu greatest variety of ('OA IS ol
ill kinds and patterns. PANTALOONS and VESTS lu
thpMandj,'f every description; large quantities ol
SHIIiTS. under and over Drs wers. Silk Handker
chiefs inau abundancojOravutstif thnbest.Hsif-Hose,
iuspomir, Metaltc Overcoats, Clonka, Jkc. ; Kash
ionablo Hals, Caps, B.iots and Shoes, lTnihroll,Trav-
illiiui Bags of all kindi. Trunks. ". Several do., of
Silk Under Nhirte.iA Eino Thibet Wool do, will
answer for either Indies or gniillenien. Mnny arti
lus in Ihe fiirnisliing way all of which will bu dis
posed of on the m ud i Mtomitile trnnt uml Uiivtfil
prirei. COULEIIAN &COe
.May 16. 1H"2
'rj CjLoTIIINfS STOKK.
..; '" " .
" ,a Co-piirtnerliip.
"HHE iirtnorshin heretofnto existine undor thi
I livm-nnmeol KIIANK S :U.. t.'lothing Mmvhi.nts,
wss diss'ilveil by mutual consent on tho first .iny oi
Vpril. Tho business will herost'tor be conducted un.
lerlhefirn name off!. Sl.MDN ft CO., atth-iLD
STAND, third door Knxl of tht Itorhirg Vallei
Onnk; where imv bu found at all times a line, lurge
and well selected slock of ,
Itjcitily .Untie flotliinir,
Kormen and soys, ns widl ss a largo assortment ol
Shirts, projwjtf. Under-shirts, Cravats, Unnd'fx. itc
It mustyilsh be reinnrknd that the report, that
PRANK, wfio is so well known for hi fina fits an.'
gnod bar's Ins, intended to leave town, is not lrue,and
ho woull Tssiiro lis friends, his customers and the
pnhlji' g morally, that hn will bo ready to roceive all
'f I.! ...1.1. II '
nriil wnoniny nivor nun w on arnu. ..
ALint at the Sarno place sntl at all times, will be
found a 'ino lot of Jnwelrv. Xutiotm and Cutlery.
Lan.-tster, April i i, 1K5J J. SIMON a 'CO.
NEW, CIIHAIV CITV TIN SHOP."
TH E suhacribei having located himself in tho city
wouli most reH)ecttiilly inform tho citizens ol
he saroa and S'lvrounding country, that ho is now
opening a Hhop on Columbm etreet. Went aide, three
Doors iVorA of ilfiin, for tho manufacture and sale
of all kinds of
Tin, Copper and Shont-Iron IVnre,
Whero ho intends keeping, at all times, a full and gnn
oral assortment, which will be sold on tho most liber
al terms. . Persona wanting articles In his line would
do well and savo monoy by calling on him beforo mak
ing their purchases, as ho is dotormined to sell cheap.
L J-'l 'work warranted. A. WHITE
f"JODrtlNti.cic.-.-lI(,iiso Snoiitine nml Itoof.
ItiKfVmparodand tut up on thu shoriest notice, in the
best inmnor. amiat His vurw lnwe.t ruins. A. VV.
v .JUncastor.Ohio, loptomber 4, 1H
4; NElVTO.f .SCJILEICir,
ll'y &, t iliWsoJIoi. nt l.aw& tinry Public
LACASTKIl, Of IJO.
Ot KICK In Ihn Tilluinilii UI001, s-cunj flooi
Kljolnlng .Mayor Uroed s ol.ico.
March itl, fltttl Hi
BOOT ASK SIIOIJ IC.STA1ILISH.1I ENT.
West of Slocuin's Drug Store, with s larae and
apunaia rKKrorimcni oi ovoryiiung in tncir line.
Their Spring purchases have boen aelcctud with
care and are largor than usual.
LADIKSI Wohavetakenspoclul careir. making our
purchases so ss te please you.
We have a little oi everything, from a Junky Linii
RirsKiNdown to Ihe sniallestchlldren's shoos.
We havo also on hand and aro prepared to maketn
Gentlemen's Buekin antlRtamless Oaitem. Ton.
gross Boots, itc. Ho also have on hand Ladies' Gum
FINDINGS. &c. M'fstswaliio nvopared tn furnish
Shoemakers and Wnartng Siorss) wihijHi3iig of every
description, such as Kits, PogsTBool-wobbiug, Shoo
strings, tarns, (tc.
Nole Loathor, .Morocco bindings, &c, always on
In addition to the work on hand, wo are pruparod
as heretofore to manufacture everything in our line.
Ourown work needs no recommendation. Wo hope
by proper attention to our business, tosncure a fair
share of the public patronage, as wo will always lie
on hand to wait upon our customers snd do ouvbostto
WANTKD The subscribers will take one nr
good sndiuduslrious boystolnsrn tho Hoot and Shoe
i.nncasiur, may ia, inoa. - 3
ME It C II AN TP TAILOHS.
Hprlugcr A Trout,
j TT AVE removed their Clothikb Establish
WA MKHTto Giesy's building, between the
HXllocklng Valley Bank and T. W. Tallmadgo's
Exchange Orfice, whore thoy have lust owned s laree
and extensive assortment of ..... ..
Heady Slnde Clotblnc, '
Which thev will sell as low aa the aam mialltw nf
gonda and work can be purchased at any ot her estab
Uahmnnt In Die city. Their clothing la manufactured
under tnoir own supervision and ia consequently su
perior to that which la brought from other places.
Thoy have also on hand, a boautiful variety of
jioihRe fjnnsiinercis Vcntlng-n, Ac.,
W'hlch thev are nrenared In manufacture 1.. .u.
They have In thoir employ tlie best of workmen and
are a aH timet prepared to make the boat fiU and in
the latest styles. All their wrk will be warranted.
- a ii puoiic axe respeciiuny solicited ro call and ex
amine Uleir stock, and while thankful forthe liberal
patronage they have enjoyed, they assure tbolr old
customers and ell others that thev will llvrr .!.
Reneral aatlafaction both in the quality and Price of
...I 1 - 1 . l 1MI....i.. a ' ".
ftutnia ana wu. Ol lMOUI.lt et 1 KUU I .
tatneaster. May 4-l3- d!)S
Vj Ti fullv inform the citizens of Ka
fl 'u the adjoining counties, that theyai
ba. hand aa usual, at their old stand ono
OVEB HALV a Million of Testimonial, have been
lecolvi-d by Ihe Pruprielor of alcAliater's ALL
r- - ' J1KALINQ OINTMENT!
Prom rhyatcians the nioat
skilful a n d eelebrated,
from Councillors learned
i lu the law, from Judges of
celebrity on the Beach,
1 1'roin Ministers of the Uos
: pel, whose undeviatins in.
1 legrity have made Uiuui
i shining lights in the path
i of Truth, from enlighuw
;i od Profbssora, from acute
Morchauts, & from thoa
f evorv station, name
and d groo aiuoiig mamind all of which, w ithout
ouf aisseniing oujuviiiw, prunonoce uu uiuiuiw lu
As day by day It unobtrusively oxteiida ita sphere
of action a long 'tho borders of our vast country, and is
circulsted throughout its extent, new evidences of its
Power snd new proofs of ila clHracy are continually
developed. TAres mtfitontof boxos, applied to dis
esse within the last four years have established the
astounding fact, beyondtho power of cavil or cont a
diction, that it Is infai.lh.lk in the cure of all Tu
mors, Ulcers, Sores, llurus. Tetter, riles, Scrofula,
Erysipelas, chilblains, scald Head, soro Eyes, Quinsy,
croup. Rheumatism, Broken Breast. Ague in the Face,
corns, Sc. It completely restores Die Insonaible pkk
snhatioh, and by this means opens those avenuos by
which nature intended to expol tho morbid matter ol
the body thus is the system clean. ed; the bio d pu
rified: and tlie health restored. -
It has power to cause all external sores, Scroful
ous Uumori, and l'oisonom woutuU tadischsrite
their putrid matter: and then heal them. It is rightly
lerme' All Healing, lor tnoro is scsrceiy a disoane
external or Internal, that it will not benefit. I have
used It forthe last fourteen year for all the disessi;;
of the chest; consumption and liver; involving tlio ut
most danger and responsibility; and I declare be lore
edtoboneDt when th patient was within reacL of
neaven ana man, mat not in oue single case has it fail-
J. McALISTER. 141 Fulton-st.,NowYork.Solo Pro
prietor. A. ft 8. Hkxdrt, Agents for Ohio.
Sold by E. L. Slocuui and Otto W. Kraomer, Lancas
ter; E. Kalb.Rushville; W.W.Heed, Carroll; M.Comp.
bell, Pickerington; Leonard and Brother, Basil; A. E.
Mittnon, Ixickvme; Samuel Oaruet, vwucnester; J
Endslev. Litliopolis; E. Geoheean. lU'liniore; J.Clav-
fool, New Salem; J. and S. Henbue, Amanda: Danful
iawkin. Sugar Grove; Ashbaugh and Ucery. Bremen.
uctoDerJ 1001 so
JSntersJ aewmUng to Act of CJoDirrcss, In Uie 7 wur
1861, by 1. 8. U0U0I1T0N, M. lin In Ihs clerk's
Omoe of ths District Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania.
Another Scientific Wonder!
GREAT OURE FOR
Dft. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
- - THE TRUE
arVtfrom Rkbnkt, or the fourth Stomach or
thk Ux, after tlireciiona or Hakon Likbio, the
great Physiological chemist, by J.S. Houuiivo.v M.
T. Pliilad Iphia, Pennsylvania.
This is a ti uly-wonderiul remedy for Indigestion.Dys
popsla, Juondice, liver complaint, constipation, and
lebiliH',''curing afterKalurc's own method, by
Nature s own Agont. the (iaitric Juice.
Jr-ilnlfa teaspooiiful p,t I'kpsin, infused in water,
will digest or dissoW, Five Pounds aflioaet Serf
in aonui iwn nourttya' ol tne stomacn.
PKPSlN is tho cbisi-ie,.,et , nt.t...
Ptincipln of tho Oarlc Julco tlio solvent ofthe
Food, tho Purifying, Preserving, snd etimuiitii.g
Aifent of tho stomach and Intestines. It is extracted
from the digestive stomach of Ihn Ox, thus loi miiig
an Artificial Digestive Fluid, prcs-isel, liko tho tia-
turai uastric juice in Its mi mical powers, and tur
nishing a rnmpleto and perfect substitute for it. II v
the aid of this pr psrution, the pains and loiils 0f indi
gestion and dy.spnp.ia aro removed, just nsthe would
bo by a healthy stomach It is doing wonders for Dys
peptics, curing cases ol Debilitv. einariatiou. nervnua
decline and dyspptic consuinption, supposinl to be i n
the Verge of the grove. The Sri, ntilic evidence upon
which it is based, is in tho highost degree curious and
n.VHON I IE11IG in his celebrated work on Animal I
chemistry, says: "An Artificial Digestive Fluid, ohB
logons to the Gastric Juice, ii sv be readily tirepsred
from the mucous mnnihron" of tlio stomach ofthe Calf,
in which various a i tides if lm.ii us most and eggs,
will be softened, changed and dilated jus I in the ;
suine manners, they would he in the hiimr.n stoma, h." !
Dr COMiiE, in tils valuable writings en the "I'by-
siology of Digestion," observer. Hint '-a iliminutinn of
the duo ipuntity fl'tlu Castilj Juice is a proniin lit
ant nil urrryailingrause of Dyspepsii;" and he slates )
that "a (iiftinuLht d professor efnirHlirine In Lomloii, I
who was snverelv alhicteil with this cninnl;int I'ni.i. I
ing ever v'hins else to fail, hud ificmirsM In the Ons.
trie Juice, ohtainwl from the aroinuchs ol living ani
mals, which prnrcd completely xuecessful."
Dr. OIUIIAM, author ofthe famous works on "Ve
gotablu Diot," says: 'It is s remarkable fact in pliy.
siology, that IliP tninaciia of auiuittD, macciated In
water, impart to the fluid (ho juopoi ty of dissolving
various articles of food, and ofoirocting a kind of ar
tificial digestion of them in no wiaodiiicront from th .
natural ilnestivo process,"
Q'j't'allon Iho Afteiit, oml get a Descriptive circu
lar, grot is, giving a la rgn amount ol scientific avidence,
simitar lo tho above, togi-ther with reports of roinsrk
able cures, from all psrts of the Unitis.1 ittos.
Asa Dynpepsia Curer,
Dr. HOUGHTON'S PF.KlN has produced Ihe most
marvellous oltccts.in curing cases of Debility, Kma
elation, ferrous Decline snd Ihispeptic consumvtioi.
It is impossible to give the details of cases in thu lim
its of this advertisemeiitibiitsuthuiitirated certificates
have boon given of mora than Two Hundred remark
able cures, in Philodolphiu.NowYorkand Hoston alone.
These were nearly all doapornte cases, snd the cures
Wero not only rspid slid wonderful, but nanuancnt.
It is a great Nervous Antidote, and particularly
useful for tendency to bilious disorder, livor com
plaint, fever and ague, or badly treated lover and
ague, and tho evil effects of Quinine, Mercury, and
other drugs upon the Digestive Organs, after a long
sickness Also, for excess in eating, and tlie ton free
use of ardent spirit!. It almost reconciles Health
. . .
inere is no torm of Old Somacheomplinnts which
tJlli Ntnnu,rh r,nlnl.tla
u l , .l oiiiuvH at once itn
matter how bad they may be, it guvs Instant relief!
""'g'W'losoromovcsall the unpleasant synipliiui;
and it only notds to bo repested for a short tnno to
make those gnoi oflPrla p:rmnoiit. Puritg of Blood
and mgnrofBody follow t once. It is particular-
i?Z:.f a , "'J e, of 0,0 ,ilo,11, . "v"ioss, lowness of
! uKtuneinnuiniioy, emaciation, weaknoss, tondoncv
to Insamtv, suicide. &c , . -
Dr. HOl.'OHTON'SI'KPSIN I. ...i.i i...'....i.. . n
tho doslersiu fine drugs It Popular Mwliciiios,thro'ugh
put the United Stales. It is prepsred in Powder snd
in fluid form and Prescription vials for tho use of
Private Circulars forthe use ol Physicians, may
i? "bt!l"!e1 " Ur- Houghton or his Agents, describing
the whole procoss of preparation, and giving tho au
thorities upon which the claims of this' new remt-dy
aro based As it is not a secret nimndv i, ,.l;..iIT.
can he laisod against its uso by Phvsicia'in iu respecta-
. R " ' Tr t"CB" ' "co,i peroouiu.
IJj-OBsa:iivie this! Kvery liottlo of llio genuine
PKPSIN bean tho written denature of. I. S. tlVincH.
TON, M D.,soleiiro.ri.-.tor,l,hiladel.ihia, Pa. Copy
right and Trade Murk secured.
Jj-oold by ail Druggists and Dealers in Medicines.
Agents KDWAItD, L. SLOCI7M. L-ncastii.;
Dn. J. L Wilson, Newark;
Tnoirp & Fickahiit, Circleville;
Marcli'Jo. U. KonKHTS, CoLUMuos 47
Clinii' A Iti'.'isicnd nsriory Kt-nitivt-il
f1 V:OROK SMITH has removed his Chair and Ued-
-"' WrA: mi ii.il tST '
i stnsd r actnry trom the corner of VV healing snd
street, two doors Fast of the HocKinr Vullmi n,,,1
and directly opposite the Checkered Store. He baa on
C?aa largndhisbusinossand intends kooping on
r.J handtkolargOBt and bust assortment ol
CIIAIBS and BEDNTIIA J)S
YSZJ. ever before kept in this place; consistins
ll III f of r,no ,e,t Cottage, linstlj
Jfl French, Scroll tp, Village, common snd
... , . Children's Chaii-s, Sociables and Settees.
AlPdoscriptions of BEDSTEADS manufactured of
either Cherry. Walnut. Maple or Sugar.
Ilia work will sll be medoof the very best msterirl
by good workmen and of the lateat and most approved
patterns. It will be Inforior to none -manuiactured
elsewhere and will be sold at tho Very lowest prices.
A continuation of the very liberal patronage of the
public is respectfully solicited. It is the intention nl
ihe subscriber to keep t full and general aaiortsierl
stall tlmea, so that fie will be enabled to accommo
date both old and new customers with anything in his
line. In connection with his establishment is Mr. G.
L. Kckort's Cabinet Ware Room, so that customers car
be accommodated with all articles requisite to com
plete a full assortment of Household Furniture. Call
and so. - GEORGE SMITH.
Lancaster, November 1, 1800 . 28
Lancaater. May 20, 1851
Bon not, Kibbom and Faue,
F the newest patterns, all on hand at
nd at .
vjpru o, irma
Columbus sfroots. to Stanbcry's iBuiUivr on Jlainlf,lt'tt'0 consumption, for moro than a year'.' 1 could
mtt .1...... L'nol ,.C II. 1 1. -1 .-. I 11 ,n Itn.l nn tnn.tlinn , V, . k. - 1
Wit APPING PAPEn.-80 Roam cap Wrap
ping; 30 do Crown; 30 do Medium; It) do dou lo
Crown; 30 do Cap Tissue. A la j heavy Paateboard by
the grow, foraale ky . OTTO VV."atRAEMER.
WESTERN NEW YORK ' -
COLLEGE OF HEALTH
No. JOT Jlaln Street, Buffalo, N. V.
DR. O. O. VAUQIIN'S
TOISssMwaJsd mimllr Is ossuuill tessaaalag MslsMbf
ius stany cafss ll la aisklns - "
ALL 0VS TILS WORLD.
II kss sow bsuosM Iks If ns'n(t T Jmmitm SWSk asxl k
smfUoabuts isoomiawUI fm
a 1UM of Uila ooaapUinl ImowllnUS
lfval( sm ssattss
is M malittul n Pi,al.ifH m...I i!u.mL,m nd SiJll'ul
mnt ibuKlins. PampUa Jut
pnwiMsaf Um aislailir. htosiins ibairawm to a ifctfnw wawk
' ubl " mon fornxxwof ila saow
H1THEKTO nrcraiBLi, ' ' "
k sow rWMi to thU maaUroml PhrMisana sas h tliUl
awl rtwlr wll pnlnrt sutsM.. IxA tmr ois wUo haa cw
kaaa timiiipm o Dteiay . of n ohmuM kasv Ua eruulav
uy UMMn, ana, U Uiss wusmI avois alia unneutral -
APPUCATI0H 01 THK XHXFK, ' "
as sMfonta Um anatssa and let tW aaaaaeluus wnt flow
awar.oalrle B" ap usln. and flnall, to snd Is a draodlsk
sssM, 1st Uiam ja aao Uibj rwiKdr la mug, and a rcuvrr
la aura. 11 thssi try it at any sumo) ol' lliia dhMuss, ami aottisb
la strlaim, ll Uwr wiU ai, it a fuir uml. . , .
eKaVYZL, -. . ,
and all diasaaas of tlw amiary orsaas t foe Uim ilUusHssmr
ovsaploiaU, it atauila uloao i no stluw arlHils oiui Mhtvw yHi
and ids oursa Ualijiad to will uuavuios- Us, dmmi skstiiiuul
lass paaivkkn. -
DEBlXITT 07 TBS SYSTEM, ' i
snnk book, wsnknoaa or U Kkhsis. ko., or indiithBiliatoo
of sasw. Is loinsdiuusy ralnrtd br a t.w duri' , o 7k;
ssaoloius, awl a9iii always rasltf;u aao. Ustsavssua'
A CfiTAIN WaCSDY ..
Jbrajaok assjiUsJau, iwl (as) AaT iWiaocviMala of tks fcosoie
IRREQULABrnES. FDTPRESSI0N8, -' - '
psJafnl oMrswuaUoM. Ns arockj hsj trur bom tfvrtdwmA
una, wliiok would loaok tiiia kiod of dstansssMnis. It mat
""wiltt- deao. ewU ivs
-j . "" nr suocuns rssMdy, sou tlul wo fsst
A TH0D8ABS HAKES
as lirunf f cum in this diauesjina olnia of oomplulnts. fj,,
Mimi.liWC All brokaa down, uebililau-d oonauiuuona, fma
Uie alfeul of sasruury. wilt flad Uw braoinl powor ol thfa anu
ols to at iaisdiulsly, aasl Iks psisoasus auasral sradkwaad
from Us 'slam.
ThsClilinUnot proiisrtloa whiohemposotMsartlclf. a, ana.
M uissaaal'sa canicular!? ia lha aiilicatks of tba cost,
oound, for Uw dislnMaa class of oomelalnta which hand
tala mirnsraph. Foe caotariss tbsra bus bass) essd in Mm
oorUiol naropa, a
CEBTAIB BOTAHICAL AGKHT,
srhich In all diaeam or doraDStunsnts of Uw fomuU fhum.'
iHMlruuMons, ditticnlliao. gainful ownatniaUooa, ate, bos .
sniHjtetl s ours. Tina root is indijeeooua 10 our soil, and found
w Lints qusnUtisa, and aa a msdioinal propurtr, stanha witlu
oat us siiual it forms ono of tho oosapoumia aa ths prspara.
jliI- j m sow. ia ins oaai remeuy ever liven 10 I
nvmiiiawi winnie . ii ai aura, uau usb system WIU OS I
H' Menun ny lis iimi.
For ihe relief ol all Sy mpatheuo Piaeassa ausndsuit an r,
Wutn ooeur both to raarbod and unmarried females, and raw
annoy u anuya tnoae fiutreaania and nainlu) Uoables vr
movsa Uioae neriodUiul oh..tmtHwi wkioa uw Inn kim
. Soki, JtO. . . .. .
1 CONSUMPTION and l.iv Couriixn. BiHunt Da.
I ."'. is aesta, tTfknnt, d-s.. lot all UMes dsames m
Medicine bos ever beea its equal. .. """
CANCERS, IEVEB BORES, SCEOrrjUL x ,
esse,- let ss mu af.'elti wili lawa umpimu,u7r m rtir
1 i3!"ftiJr S " M"'"' - iUeeX"'ntf7i.
tT ," It"' "" MtdiUnt nine ssars Me
I awrt its sesial. Call n Jtttxtn nnimtin fnwakiuT .
TEVER AND AGUE. .
-iT'J1" 0'".u, Wu esiNwially. anil wherever then onb.
phtlnla ursvall, Uih medicine la otlereil. J , ""T
NO HTKERA1 AGKN1V
no fkrusioiis uniouni is a port or tide rnlilure. It cares
fcii.id'.1'' ","U"U, MUK'1'' ,ua du" "
Hia ramie of rout. ulon. ami i- ....J. v ki n l.l
tmi, and hu uolliins in lu uomiioiiilioii trhluh eeu fa Uie Usi
j injure kur nui an.lv any clrcumslancee whulaver. Nu-
. .j, .....uV.v.w iBiim respouuiDi uy are babilahtM
in tlw ium.hlcu, whkjli t Jaaibatcd nuuMual
a osHrdniiu ofa smmi painlal vtiurauiar, ia. -. ' - i
IMMEMATEXY BELIZTED. V
KiLl'II. -i'I" br k rw ",'" ftlile arucle i it Is far
. lielore any other iireiiuniiimi In thim .nu.. i-
disease orisiiiuliiis fiors impure blood, ties pninvhiei.
ERUPTIVE DISEASES ' " "'
will Ami ll idurative prouerliee of this anicrs ,
PUEirr THE BLOOD, ''
aiul drive auch iHaauaea I'ruiu the avsun. 8s usnphlet tot
UeUmoii, o W In un ili-iu,., wjoh lbs Ihaius7 SvS!
llwiaoM will not permit to be named bare. Asenta ilvitlZm
Sud a llrc-J?"'""" '"""!, rf rU6M" !'f 2h5S!
ASSAY oi PROOF '
kn' isiss, wsl it bone and uhikmi un loll "ilo build suuo Us Uie
! """"" ""' l"ier. b.vuii.1
'. HOPE ON. " ;
ccp mains the meiliulne us tons; aa' unu h, aa
, 1 MroiirW would
CAUTION THE PUBLIC
ariuiual u uiinibvr oi urUclea whioh uoine out siuler Ike heml ol
8AESAPABILLAS, SYRUPS, fta,
" f" Brew, nmrol. ko.: Thoy on sthhI for wMMnn,
uml uuiH Oi'Usi to suit lbs unwary ;
TOUCH THEM MOT.
Tliir iiivMihira ast er lliouslit or imrin aaoh ilkwuara lill line
VrSily"!,'.!!;'.''- A u"itttUu u'' 'l uampliWt is
Aiivnu und ull wlni wll lha article ere
GLAD TO CIRCULATE .
ImMnil,,,,.!,. I'ui up In ),, bottlte, ut 1 ) Id oa. ilo ut '
u i.u. jiu.Ii tiir umri liulilms li ox. more llisti two uniill but
. u v ""' " .""I""" if. Every seulehss
Vitiiirhn , Veueudile Lllliuiimplio Wnlnre," l.lowu unon
lire sluer. Uw wriiltn Msimliire of " . C. Vuushu " an Uie
.liavuoiis, mid . C. Vuuslin. Hiittliio." laMis) tZ
ejr. ,uuv utlirr are senuine. I'renurnl by lit. Q. C.
Viius in. i,i m,i, nl , l'rincip,l Otliue, HU7 Msin elrstX.
llultiMt, ut wlinleuihiaiid retail. Mo munition siven Ui lelters
uiilm sM iiunl ihmi pi.lil leltera, or verbal ooaimnniosuons
HlllrlllnS HI VltW. IU.inil.llt kll.n.lu.1 ... ...i.
WIwIwhIo Ajeiitu, lllcotl, McKoewn si Rob nr. No. UW.
.Hani Uiie. fw York City j ,Vlre. S. Kidder it Co., Bos!
ioii ; U. S. Ilurdsall St Co.. OlncinnaU ; J. Owen . Uol
nStlT' ft,.H,'",!r,"'tiy!0i "r."' Cleveland! E.
b. Bellcra, riltibiirsh ; VVliier ll rjinia, Hamilton, C. VV .
aiul l.ir suW liy all die imiihniuIiIs Urtisilisls Uiruaafuxit tlsy
tiuucil Biiiieaiiud CanuiU, und aireunl by .
, l.ocnl AffciiTa Kiimi'S, ,
G. Rauflinan dt Co.. Co .Lsncast r; I eonard & Pro.
ihev, Dui.il; Shaw and Hutchinson, West Bushville- '"
D. li. Heinhs'd, Lithrpnlis: t). H. Mosller. Knnumis'
nnd ! I khart, CircJoville: H nrv Kimr.Tarll.-m. '
For she Care f
C01GUS, COLDS, UOARSEKESS, '
BRONCHITIS, WH00FLG-C0UGD, .
CROUP, ASTHMA, AD
IN offering to the community this justly celebrated
remedy for diseases of the throat and lungs, ilia
not our wish to triHe with tho lives or health of the
. i;t:. i i.... c. i. r .
, .o.i, uut uaiiKiy iu iy uuioro mem tl:e opinions
I of distinguished men and some ofthe evidences of ita -
, siisress, irom wnicn tnoy can JtiditO lor t heliife vi-s
We sincvrely plodge oufsolvo. lo ni.Uo no wild ...
, Jortlons or false statements of its cfficscy.nor will we '
hold out any hope to suil'i r:ng humanity which fact!
ft ill not wxmii. . 1
I Many proofs are heroulvm. .n,l .l.M.-.n
Wnediclne worthy their best confidence snd nstrona
on the distinguished Professor qf Chemistryaiid'
Materia iueaiea, Uumlvin College.
Dear Pir: I delayed answering the rocolpt ofynur
prepaiation, until 1 had an opportunity of witneabino
Its oirects in my own family, oi in the families of my ,
friends. ;; ' m '
This I have now done with a high degree of satis,
taction, in cases both of adults and children, :
I have found it . aa its ingredients show, a powerful
remedy for colds and cnughs.and pulmonary diseases.
' Brunswick, Maine, February 6, 1847. . .... ..
From an OvereecrU the Hamilton Mills, inthisetfg.
t, . r, . . ( Lw"ij, August 10, 1849.
Dr. J. C. Aver: I hsve been cured of the worst
cough I ever bad In my life, by your"CKRr Po- -tohaIi,"
and never fail when I have opportunity, of
recommending it to others. Yours, respectfully.
, , , ? , S. D.EMERSON.
inrRend tho following, and see if this medicine Is
wor th a trial. This patient had become very feeble,
and tho elluct of the medicine was unmistakeably
Uicitioo Statu Hotki., Sah atoqa Spnijioi, )
, July 6, 1849. I
Dr. J. C. A yer, Sir I have been alMctcd with a
poinful affection of tho lungs, and all tho symptoms of
find no medicine that wo odd reach mv case, uniil I
commenced the use of your "Ciiksrv PacTOa,i.,"
which gave me gradual relief, and I have been steadi,
ly goiurngstrength till iny health Is well nigh restored
While using your medicine, I hsd the gratification,
of curing with it my reverend friend; ilr Truman, ot
Sumptor District, who had been ausi ended from his!
narochial duties b a severe attack of hroncbiila
I havo ploasuro in cortifying these facts t you. .,'
And sm, sir. yours respectfully, '
- LAt,iiuuiN,ot South Carolina.'
ITThe following was one of the worst of esses,
which the physicians and friends thought to ba kus?
able consumptions- ,
uiisaTxR, fennsyivanla, August 22, IBM
J. C. Aver-Sir-I was takes with a terrible
brought on by a cold, in the beginning of last Februal'
rv, and was confined to my bed more thsn 3 months.
Coughing incessantly nightand day, I became ghastly
and pale, my eyes were sunken and glassy, and my. -breath
very short. Indeed. I waa rapidly failing, and
in such distress for.breatht that but littlo hope of my
retovu. t -"" " viimriruiiea. nnue in this situa-y
tion, a friend of mine, (the Her. John KeHer( of the.
Methodist church) brought me a bottle of your Chk,
T PieoTonAi, which 1 tried more to gratify himJhan
from any expectation of obtaining- ritlief H pwl '
offect Induced me to continue its nse, and I soon fount! '
my ueuita nmcn tmprovesi. now In three months,
am well and strong, and can attribute my cuieonly to
your great medicine. ,WitX the deepest gnuittido,'
yours, fie. . JAMES CiODFREV. '
wxri.n.K r sic, atsisi, chkmist, lowm-i., mass, ,
. Sold in Lancaster bvE. L. Slocnm and Ii M z Kni. i
dnrandhvjprugiriata genorally throughout the State,.,
March Tl 1HS2 .;- . : ; 3ro45
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