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MU. GE.'V. WIXFIELD SCOTT
. .. . ....... . , , ..u ,....-,,
"''"" "FOR VICE PRESIDENT, .! !
VILLIAIH Ai OBI II A III ,
Of BOBTU CAHOUa.'.. . '.,.','
' iar.lllTOB.IAI. ELBOTORS.
EDWARD P. MANSFIELD,
! AV1LLUAM DENNISON, J. "
DISTRICT ELECTORS. " :
TUt. feist. CHARLES ANDERSON,
,, THOMAS J. I.ARSII,- ; .. .
JOHN W. DEFREES, ' -DANIEL
HANSON L. PENN,' ''.'. .
JOHN MILTON WILLIAMS
WILLIAM LAWRENCE, -SARDIS
JOHN I. VANMETER," "
' WILLIAM E. FINCK.
JOHN SHERMAN, .v. . .... ,
J SMITH ORR, .
A. BANNING NORTON, '
ALEXANDER LEWIS, . .
j ROBERT B. MOORE,
.. VAN R. HUMPHREY,
WILLIAM L. PERKINS,
SILAS C. CLARK,'
J0IIN A. BINGHAM.
FOR 8TJFBEMK POURT JUDGE.
Daniel A. Hayncs.of Moutgomcry.
FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. '.
David II. Beardsley, of Cuyahoga.
CITY OF LANCASTER:
Wednesday Evc'ng, Kept. 22, 1852
. We lenrn verbally that the Hon.; Jons
Welch of Athens, was nominated yesterday,
at Logan, as the Whig , candidate for Con-,
gress in this district, composed of the coon-,
ties ,af Fairfield,. Perry,' Hocking, Vinton,
Athens and Meigs. , lie represented auotlier
district last year and was an able aud excel
lent member. We can only add, at this time,
that he is worthy the. support of the people
of this District and ought to have it, if they
-desire a member who can roprcsentand main
tain their in terests.-
W. P. Creed, Esq., will address the Chip
pewa Club, next Monday evening. '' Xet
there be a full turnout, as there will bo a
good speech. .. '.,... r
"Oi-P Documests." The more the ser
vices o Gen. Sco'.t are scanned, tho higher
becomes his fame. Read the following doc
ument and then hand it to your neighbor.
Has he performed no civil services!
James Monroe to Major General Scott.'
Washington, June 13, 1816 Dear wr
it is decided to settle your claim on the Gov
ernment on the principle established by the
Department of War, before your departure
for Europe, in such manner that you way
sustain no loss by depreciation of paper or
unfavorable exchange. As soon .as you
designate a person to act for yop, the account
. will be settled.
Your communications . while ubroad were
very interesting, The opportunities which
you had of deriving information from milita
ry men of high rank, especially in the Prus
sian army, of the views of tho several pow
ers nt n r.riaia the most imnortant and extra
ordinary that has occurred in modern times, j er the commander, hu could firry the but
GikHai Foe Scott Th Germans of
Milwaukle, Wisconsin, recently held1 a mwt
fig and adopted tlu) following resolutions .
;"7, -Resolved, That for ovt western lakes
and rivers bordering on the several States,
we demand the same protection and .support
from the Ooperal Government of which the
aslera aud (ontliornsca-fliero fca Jmd o
large a share already. .a ... " '-"
8. .Rcsolvi, That ( consider . these
questions the main questions In Hit vrescht cam
paign, ahff til tho- ulher iasuoo of secondary
importance. ,i :! ' ' ,f: 'it
9. Resolved, Thai "-'ranklis) Pierce, whose
political life show's him to be' a zealous sun.
wrier of the Voe rower an enemy ot Western
Kiver and llaroor imrrovcntzius, an OfijioHenl
to the Right of Frlitton, and an exclusive party
man, cannot be the right man fur the progress
of our Union, and especially nut the man for
10. Resolved, That Wiktild Scott's
wounds and victories during forty years, his
well-tested talent for organization, his cir
cumspect conduct in South Carolina, New
York, and Maine, his humane rare for the
sick with "cholera, his escort of the Chero-
kees, and his conquest of Mexico, his staunch
proclaiming of his convictions, and his manlu
avowal of errors when he teas wrong, appear to
us to be the liett securitu that he is the riuht man
for our people and for our time. - , . .
11. Resolved, I hat wo Uermans and Free
men,- will decidedly repel any attempt to
shorten our political rights, on account of our
place of birth, or our different language and
habits ; but that when we declared our. in
tentions to become citizens. or this country,
we entered on the duties of all other citizens
of this country ; that among these duties,
there is one of respect and gratitude to, those
men, who have well doserved of. our new
fatherland ; that respect and gratitude to
Winfield Scott, who has bled and con
quered and for forty honorable years labored
for his country, appear to us to be the duty
of all, native or adopted Americans and
that we, being adopted Americans, on ac
count of this respect and gratitude, may well
forget one wrong, which we adopted citizens
aro alone entitled to forgive, (as it touched
none but us) and which long ago has been
ropented by him; v ....; -
hi i i ' 1 t
A Weak Mar! There was time, a
great vyhilo ago, when (us we are assured in
the good Book,) the genus homo occasional
ly exhibited specimens or a larger growth
than is now attained, in short "there were
giants in those days." This was before!
how long before! Richard the l.ion-Ileurt-ed
flourished his monstrous rapier over the
head ofSalndin; muny, many ages before
Carlos Mugnus poised his trenchant spear,
to vunquish the pagans of the Rhine. Jo
truth, it was so long ago, that the memory
of man runs out, before gelling lack to the
period, and the necessity exists for calliug
upon inspiration to verily the fuel that giants
and witches . both existed "once upon a
time." ...'.. ... -., 1
There are giauts now. All grown people
seem gigantic to little girls and hoys. "All
"knowledgeablo folks" uppenr : some to
those who have drunken less moderately of
the Pierian spring. Hut, it is the same
thing to blind men und fools, whether, nien
loom up, physically, as Brobdigtiags or Li II i
putiuns, unit intellectually, us Lord Bacons
or Aztec children. Drunkeu people are pro
verbially 'Heh;", Ignorant, folks are natur
ally arrogant and pedantic; and prejudiced
individuals' are as blind as so many bats.
Henrie 'it- is that General Scot is called "a
weaknnmr,- by. .some of the county-town
Lycurgunos of the day. In the lunguiigo of I
the New York'hrkk," they say. he "has no!
head" -for administrative duty. Now, the I
fault is not in tho Genera), but in the vision j
of thosti who view hint;. We submit, v lifth-
ReaJy Made Clothing. Messrs. Springer
and Trout bare Just received1 large additions
U, tar'tr tock of Ready-mado .Clutfilrig,
Cloths, Vesting, Ate, an4 are prepared to
wait upon their customer with the prettiest
patterns and the best fit. , They bare n
hand a fine assortment and will sell a usual
upon the most reasonable terms. . Give
them a call.
Hale of Lot, JfC. The attention of "the
reader Is directed to th advertisement of Mr.
Breck. Here a 6 ne opportunity is offered for
Investments aud locations. ' . 1
Thi Fisiiert Settlement. The Nation
si Intelligencer in rffering to tho-various
speculations of the Eastern press, iu rcltdoo
to the reported settlement of the fishery
"We presume there has been no new r
rangement entered into,, even if any 'has
been on either side thonght or proposed.
All that was meant, as we believe, by the
late accounts from England, was that the
British Ministry had disclaimed the adoption
of any new policy or the enforcement of any
more stringent regulations respecting the
fisheries than had been observed prior to the
late groundless flare-up in this country, in
bhort.thut the British Ministry had no thought
of adopting any hew Hoc of conduct fn the
premises, but meant to leave the subject,
both in principlo and practice, just where the
Treaty of 1818 -placed it, and where it has
remained ever since." '
Arrival fine Arrtlc.
Nil kt,' tWt. Ifr.-TW AretU. A..
rived here on Tuesday, at live o'clock, from 'itrT"""
'Liverpool. Cotton less buoyant, and prio ' whMl "l
! are in favor of buyers'." Corn scarce; Rich. tjf
i.,. Lancaster nurkrl.
Thiiusu Mai.Spt. S3 Wo ooote
a sin II sdvnte,6rfC0. In oth-
i here is no nnninliU '
srdson Brothers quote Prime yellow at. 2! ' I??our"f the past week, has been brick
fZsM, Mixed 33. 6 J, OrJeana While 20s. ' -.,., , , - ...
IW and Pork dull. Baoon Murin.l.- ,..: .narkrl.
Cbeese juqmrtrd lor; Lard unimproved. ! uv'.ii . ' , 21 ' auticnary.
The business tadeof Manchester i-oot sor "' ''' ' t?r 8t S.30'4 3.35
buoysnt, but prices are ateady. Coi.mIi 'dull ...j '"i
Hosed .11,0. - Tlw m.nur.cturinj trade of uis . c, 'B' of Jio-
France i disturbed in consen.icnce of the n ' Bub'r !'r'ine C. Cheese.
f . 1 . . rims UK. , i
t .. . Weir Vork Market.
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MASS ;; MEETING. J
Jiiim hireling o llio irit ml of
- , A fiirsa Tor Sale,
lr. "tl ui Mil u rwu tsWitM (Wtm
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VS XOJSSJJAT- OCTOHWl Wt '-".i'.'l. ..r;T""l r" . mvim.nm wr.
MOH lil.tt Or iiM Mi, w.ll I ..,... . "J""1" PnwoatK.TuiiPi.
I . . iji. j r miu-i ronriiii iwiui in arret cn timw-f Und.
no, w. ii:aio, ji
of ( 'oimliri-.
"i f in r-i i.
oiinuertiai L.otivenuoo in iSelgium.
1 he weather for harvesting, In North Eu
rope has been favorable. Wheat rram
fine, and quality good, The yield of corn, if S.O.KI bl.ls (W- 4,25 ,'43 '; ja,ut,. j IIM'8 will l' lll,l..Uiu f.l in' lm
. .-j - - " - i.jifini)e. i.crrij - l.uuvi Ollslie
Ami oiImt ;i!!u Sj-iiki rs
crop, inireiann, eTery where Deynnit Hhe 9. Pork mess f 19 ; prime 814 dull
a . .... ' I . .. . f ni:. 1 . 1. .... ... 1 . ... ....... ' '
f '"' rchrd on tlx pmbn of snout
I "Hd pt.'M- tr-'.-i. Tin. buiidinjn ua lh pnmir u
j ,wv alorv Vrirk Ivww mA in kiirhw, kaJ
i urlwr u..-is,rT lui'.lii.ftnd a bowd lo bl'rt.
I Ttrm nSWf-'iBo-tKir la hunt, oar I'.irJ I
i ikhi and uui. third iolwo ", with Uitirkt oa
j l!.- A, f.-rn'd . nonla till paid. .
I Pwi..ii gir.n unmcdiai. y For taTtlaaf part I
, culara in.jiiim id Michaki. JoRKt on tl. prraniaat,
,nrSi , Mujmt in Unca't'-r SALMON SHAW,
i AU. 4V Kxtrtii'W nf WUJ.aio Jba, JawauW
I nt, -.t.u i, aa-afii i ArPXaXOTBD 8BADIII
w . . im in: 111, ; ill lint I'Ui 1 utttnt 1 iiniuL'
- - a .a-1, a. a a f J - ,'H.llljT U MVtfltl
. KlniraUn, Northwoat
England. JJenerally abundar.t crop,. j PnitsmxrHiA, Sept. 20.-Off.-rii., of! ...... . tic .-..,;,"".?. y" u.T"nCT,o.
" he Afriea arrived out on Saturday even-' b'cf catM..- f.r the week 1,40): sel!in''at' Orlon-r i:!rctloii ' nf ",,nd "wful .ra. titiunur far and oaar, io tho
ingat eleven o'clock and forty five minutes, j 7 to 88 per 100 lbs. Hogs, 800 in market; . JUKwtok: You ar.. .11i1,lf,,i , VZaIuw M'0' '''' r. fo.i
Robert Owen, .enounces himself . I'.r-' .ld fro.., ; to ;,er loo lbs. fow Jl nou,,co the ., it "Kms "hi FFrLu Z " ",7
liementary candidate for Oldham. '150 in rnarkrt, at nriro from I2 to 10 a candidate for O.iutiW AuXt... ,1. st.-iet iiwa. fravel, dia,e ariaimfrom vouthfuloxt
wool India Mai! Steamer Midwsv Miepp an.! linh fyrmer from a tnfti. Inir October olectii.n. ' ..r".' "r. "'("'" 01 tuo wowi, whewby ma tm
.u,J ,7. 8M in J'.-tutoi-s Ir,l in l.bls JIJ I Ij-srarce. P,i,,. JOfr. ( In; (kiis ( wii! Im Hi:- ( III xiin Th.a vTr,!
will not exceed tbut of last year. Greater beef 5w7 : met SJ2KJ5J50. Ohio whis-1 lict-l , L, , 1 1 .. HU MlSl
portions of Wheat, Barley, and Oat crops'kyl .wiovil,,,. HU..I, MS M.,. ,..,ilui ( ,)e i;,,.,,, w y ,
are safe in Scotland, and by the middle ori ' - i J 1 sl " ', I ' ll!), r to f ' Ht'i t,! ' tZ.iliji!T
September h.rve. will. .ec.cied throughout' Vrth.Mrks - . J OruU-r. ' ' nZTZU
arrivedon the fttb, with $1,200,000 in trea- lattorI E0 to f jo according tr qualify. ' Ma. Eww:-YrMi ar uth.5o,l
I atitjri ,n h bocome mfeobled, ars all Irvatad wilb
A Puff, fob Gbaiiah's Magazike. A
Texas paper, in announcing the Whig nomi
nation tor v ice President, says : " Mr.
Graham is well known to the pjjitical and
literary world, more especially to the litera
ry, as having lor some years back been en
gaged in' publishing 'Graham's Magazine,
which, as a literary work, stands unequalled
in America.". . .
A, Perambulating "BalLot-Dox. The
Texan judges of elections, have adopted a
plan to save voters much inconvenience, in
a country where' the election districts cover
considerable ground. TI11 ballot-boxes,
accompanied by the judges and clerks, were
recently taking up and down the river, and
votes 01' sovereigns received whereever ihey
fcJ7"The heirs of Robinson Crusoe have
ins'ituted a suit to recover the Island of Ju
an Fernandez, founding their claim upon the
ground that he was monarch of all he sur
ft3They have musquetoes in Culilornia
with bui'Ii suckers that they look at a dis
tance like youns; elephants To guard a
gainKt their attacks, puopL liuve to wcur
copper-bottomed trowsers and sheet-iron
(KrTlie Tariff of 43 dor-ides that it is
better to pay Englishman for workiug Svvee
dish iron, than to pay Americans for work
ing their own!
Musical Woimrit. E. M. Aisquitb, of
Jefferson county, Va..has in his possession
a singing mouse.. 1 lie tyliarleston Spirit
says its notes are clear and distinct, iimniu-
ting the partridge, chiekvn, cunary bird, &c.
Jerrold says that, young boys who
marry old maids," gather in the spring of Wfe
tho fruits of autumn." -
Mr. Enston, of n.iurbnn county, Ivy., has
imported a Purliain bull that cost him uver
H. G. Farroll's Csiabratad Arabian Lament.
, ' I "" ioi.s, oeju. zu. z.iuu oeeve in noonce the numeof JOHN IITTtP...! wr" P'" h mwir undCT ths car or Dr. K.,
Cspt. Hay, of the 71st Highland R.-gi. market, and sold at to 0. Cow and , candidal for CW-mer at the'ensuin Vocto! cL.lio'1' ,1lli,1h?,nor " i ,,.,""'.
ment eloped and married a daughter of Mr. Jralve. 'anging from 630 to 850. 700(1 U-r election ensuing Octo- ..oaconi.wtly l, upoa h,a .kill a. a phjaKian.
Conyngham. They have gone to America, 'sheep and Iambs, 3 to ii for fn-mer, and i MaWr,. ti v 'rr.vT1 v 1 AK-K PMi'l UJULAH NollCK.
Great preparations were mukire for the S2.23 to 82.75 for the latter. 1 1 J'. VI n.; 1 ,t'""' ""nounce JOHN J Yo.ins m,.0 , h, i,.iu,lthpaelvabi ar,
reception of Louis Napoleon along the line - ' ' . . ' t4'1 ' ' ""'''date Tor Pros-1 P"' !" iui?d in- . habit frwirUy lrd
I r ..r 1 . na.reyi awii( "U. lin , eeutin - A I li.ri,... . .1... i. I ' OVil cV.anninuD or at arhonllha ri.. la tA
01 me proposed tonr. 1'etilions still pour ill inrrtiann JiarKei. ' .rr cirruon. wMea reaiKhily felt. w. wh.s..loWeSatroy
for the restoratmn of the French Empire J Cleau.asi. Sept. -20, 1352 Weather' . ' mxnr Voters. both mind ami bndr, ahnnH apply iuumrdiataly
The Austrian Loyda says ihat Napoleon's being unpleasant In a measure checks busi- ! o. ... E'T... tty announcing Mr. A. L. 2?vTh"? V"1"0' ,Y1r
marriage with thi Princess Vasa l!a. been i nes operations on the river. Rec-i Is, SIMMONS,, a c.ndidute for Kheriffof this ffi:ltfitt
postponed bv the . advice of the ludv'n nhv- however, bv cnal. ri f.Jr .,..1 ... county, at the rnun; election, vou will . ai1:i,ii,M,a of ih. livr. and o-r diaoaaa. in an
sieian, but will eertainlv take place, and the nens in wheat market, with .-.l. nt in o.m i ron,pf fsVoron his ininy friends. If p- w,y "ncctd with th diaordurel tho prnrrwths
only alteration of Hie programme will be, . bushels Northern afloat at 78c : 4000 South-! I?ctet,,'?c l"dlto Bn "cellet and ff ,JWU"' ". ' fwtaw.
that the Proclamation of Uie Empire will ', ern at 75c. ctent oflicer, . Xortmekm Faibj-ield. ' BEABll
precede, instead of following tho nuptials, j Corn remains steady nt about 52fa52lc. ' 3I- WtAvm:- Please announce Mr I D MANIKiOI), A VIGOROUS LIKE
Also, that it. has been determined to con-1 Receipts light and all on the market" ti,t..ii ' 'A AC COM KR as a suitable nerson f.,r ! " i'KRM VTCKK CtATH
voke the French Senate to obtain the .do-. at sbovo quotations. 'candidate for the office of Assrs.p. of Hock-' K,"'" " rPr,rti-0ilj7 ai s
cioionol'tlie people on the Empire question. I Flour Strait superfine sells readilv at ''"!? a"d l!ne fuw iinLipi. Mast VoTras 1 T!', Bno'' J"1 rsl'"hwl filledwlthussfol inlbr.
Fronr i M!t.l. al ir..,.n I... !.... ...... n. I i17'. l., l;,,l : i. .. . '
. . ,i):u. im. uc-ii icLaiKu. vw,.v, uu ,u, iihiiu iu iimriveL 4ieuiai)i
and Dutch funds have fallen rapidly in eon
sequence. The French government has re
duccd the rates of interest on treasury bond, i light and sale fur retail trade.
Cavignuc und Carnot both refuse the cand-
idatureship of the Corps of Legislation.
Tho Debats express strong dissatisfaction
nt the seizure, of French fishing ; vessels
without previous notice.
Aivti. fcicott. r
Pittsbubgh, Sept. 18. Gen. Scott ar-
-Mes we quote 8lrt,75a 19. Stock
( inaliim. oa tit iiilirmiliea and iliai-awa ot the Uonan-
. IIV I II ...II. i.l. ma.u it.. I ..... V rmim . J.m
I- .IU??. 'f. ," f him.l and lld Ate. and ah.,uld b,? read bv all.
pa livsMii..Tv. JiJ?r. i T'l''ulrf'f'"dimpwaiv warning it giTCi
Uaeon linnis llfldc.
Fish White dull !jl7rtc73.
Lard this 10j(3 1 Ic.
Ilutur Firkin, I4r 15c.
S ilt Market well supplied; sales large
at 81,25 for fine.
; strut! o9 lial in.! "'i:,b
; nja, r'Kilura morlu. hvrrn.Klainl,an.l manvolh'r " ' , ' . " '"'"3 "
i-iaU,xu-ofd-.U:..-,r..Wai.rau.StT iuTiuertinMalon... .J".' r"1" lerahow 10 prevent tho
ITiink-orthat.lj ;(. ira'ihinl. nt ita!lil urTV-rfro.Q 1
whero ho tooJt lodgings.. - This morning at '
sembled In front of the Hotel, whore the
rtceiiU lor the Gazette.
d U ; j uu are nil mg to b
Jatru. tirn of tlieir children.
I '.'A r.nilliBce of 36 rcata.
encloand ih s letter.
r.,,i,.l.-1 .. ' .. .... . - aaireaiea io in. kuiu., Montis eai corner oi
.run tain.ri t-t'j nenra. reaort , . ., . . . . ,
iifcf.r Jt'red t(',iiia:ha,
g.li.lfd by advi f.(
mu '.Inn't Jnl... .-..1.. if.A 1, t...
tors, oraosrsat ( 1), T.'ii. J.Vi It, LZ"ZZ?1 ''hfad. lphia. Hill osar s bouk, under enrsi
We Hvotrieo Ih. -ae Bi t-r, . i I.,, w tkM f,..v , F".)nd '("' . . . , . .
rived ill this city this morning alone-o'clock. f- Torrance Sl.75 Jacob Carnrike i,5 'pXQaiJ'uem" by Jing a remituace, and put'up aur from
A large crowd escorted him from the roil-! Peter B. Lutz J,70 J-cvt Williamson 3,00 ' - - - - .- . , j dmwo or curw-ity.
road depot to the Jlononguhela Housc.l Danl. Bcety 1,50 Jacob Kagy 3,00 ; Rb" roLwo Tmt.most r.oM Da. i i JlZih' i -Pri'-A-'l
libtasT .. MneliM.. a ....,-. p.... ... " . . ,.. iv 'tvi
ten o'clock, a lHrv. numlir nf ril iyj.na ri-..: J ar.. n r.., i .... i Narar Vonk C'iti:. ! M r.....!. m r ...... l. I
. a- . . ....... .... . " in jii:iiiint'. iii rii I nn.Trir..., ' - .
I or Dyap .pais he .
uunerai w as mirouuueu to llic citizens -bT .,,,,, . , . : ; ""o energy oi um atomath, h that proj.
r. . . i J jl A It ic I r. I ).(ln tho! 7th, ha, I.., 1.A ... .... r t
want. inyior. . . . ' " " .. . ir. i.tor n. t;r,!n,d rtiujaor. Vermont andtall-t .-.-..-.
J,.n.sLti.-.nndn,IJ.. - -I !Rev.G. R.Brown. Mr. ISA AC H. BEERY ?d t'.. n..-.. ' ' A ND .ndia.,..ri.ingfrom a
: i.:.i. i.. .... . - ! 1 "'.and Miss L. T. FOWLER, daughter of Tlr. .' ..''.?.;.",.". . - 1 jT. ad Stomach, auch a. rooatipatioo.
poBeu a iii.i euiojriuin on nj j.1 .. , w , t: u,u pu nun ,nc ii-...iwi t preparing ilili val-, blooJ to Uw uead,acuiit j ol th atMuacbu
Pennsvlvauia a in! iIih PiMiiiMvluunin . I! p.m. 1 ,cr' OI " yanuolte county. ; uab' meJiiiiia. If I L:ta aim it hat T A..i , burn.di?a for lo't.rullnea or weight in tl
I aayiThe nr. A cirjftit.1 msjiiura to iim.rinf the I " ! X V B R OO IVI F la A X XY T ,
ared iv -a i.riF -
ars and Citizen Soldiers. - Away from up there, wo acknowledge ; 1 n only roium.n. it o.o. Itaeema to mo to U loureruiijton.,inkiii( or Huttsring at tho pit of tho
It was then nnonneed from the' balconv tho cake. When the erinier is remenlW.-d i iarrnprly aiM -Hi,r.. at loa.r in the Pooular : CLi"i"aT .T," .V u"" .T",. .u. .
that a inceting would be held to-night at the ;' afttr 0fT, it is a sure sign of a liberal heart I m"wI',a,i"n of -"a. f'' "ontain, so Al.ol.o' or : ling aoaiu,n whenio a lying poature,dimnoaa of via
same place, When the citizens Would lie ad-,,,!, t iv, . .. i o'ni-r Spirit, and i ratl,,-r tour than !.itur. Tbmith ' 'n.dota or ..; U-lore theaigbt, fsver. dull pain io
dressed by several distinguished Whig;"J -.. .Upppme- ... all its , B?rp-by th , l&IZrV?
strangers The crowd then dispersed. " prosperity in cverf shape! a lon2 Dyl;i.effurU.
Gen. Suott will remain here until Mon- ' life! these we wish to them and theirs. But 1 'Sieriy nw."ajid other aJv.'rtisJ -Blxers " fh.' magiiiini-a of evil, and a-root depnasion of spirit,
duv inorning. whon he will depart for the 1 just to think that our friend Isaac is cau-Wit b'"" ' w,,ich ' At"'l. oro:her Ar.lont Spiri;.. i " CAN 1SK K1TKCTUaI.LV Ct'KED BV
" C"- ' at last, and by ar-wcU a good marks- morcunpmre.lM.rtohrto,nh,.h.n QR. HOOPLA NO'S
1 I f J b a whip eives atronrth to a hrj Ti.m ..;.i.. . rT . ' T.V
Murder. - I man always gets good game. . which thova,i..S..i . '''lST.i '-BI--Ba.Ti:i 4:bU5IA?l UITTER9,
were neculiiirly fuvoruble; and it gives mo ' ties listed . here cuild plan tin; furny and It U m orr.-,nnn I.loa t'lBt.liso.iso cannot l.u nn-ed
nlessi re Io state that the zeal mid judgment i conduct tho light is unv way lucking,-, oi- ''' hl !rf Wkim- int..
pleasura. lOSiaieinatuieir . j ,!,,.,.,, .a. .,- ..I ,.,. i- .....rl. 1 .'" ' '"'.. m gv nt .;...: wl,t.-h luwhi,.
wilh which you improved them for the ad
vantage of your country, guve great satis
faction. . i' t
I am with great respect snd esteem, very
sincerely yours. (Signed) Jamm Monhoe.
'Major General Scott, ' .. .:
.''..The Bottom Falung Qur.Thc- Loco
focosin the Kuaawhu' district llVd: A.lrd
time of it iu gotting men to actus "vigilance
committees." We published tho names of
several who declined to serve, a few weeks
since. - Here comes tho fifth:' . .
JitrreWs Ford, Kanawha, Va., Aug. 31,
1852.--.Wr1.' Netrlon: In looking -over the
printed circular of the Democratic party, I
aee my name on tho Democratic Commit
tee. As I intend to go for the hero of Lun
dy' Lane, and take as many with me as I
can, you will please give noiice. through
your paper that they bad better drop me, as
I diopped Pierce. - ''. ' ".
Yours respectfully, . ' Isaac Todd.
(7"The Hon J-MES F- Strotuer, the
Representatives in Congees from the Fair
fax district of Virginia, who has been repor
ted by the Democratic press as refusing to
aupport General Scott, in a letter" to tho
Warrenton (Va.) Whig says that he "ap
proves without reservation all tho princi
ples and viows of policy expressed in the
resolutions of the Baltimore Whig Conven
tion, and shall advocate and vote for tho e
lection of the candidates nominated by that
A Mosiawit ToAf . The following is one
of tho toasts drunk at Salt Lake City on the
Forth oi July:
Millard Fillmore As the golden rays of
the sitting sun gild the snow-cap peaks of
the fur West Rocky mountains, so may that
Executive patriot's last blessing glitter up
on the dwellings and towers of tho nation,
while the just of the whole oarth exclaim,
"How beautiful upon the mountains are the
feet of them that bring good tidings of good!"
Trey Come. The Covington (Ky.) Jour
nal of tho 21st, says:
"During the evening, John E. Fisk in
troduced to the Club six gentleman of tlie
Democratic tarty, who declared their intention
to vote for Gen. Scott." . V
Butler CoCSTi'". Fellow Whigs of Ohio,
"Old Butler" is after you! We propose to
do'better for Gen. Scott In November, 1840
bemg taken as tho standard, than , any of
our eistef counties.. . There's our glove on it.
What say you boys! Scott Battorty
Fellow Whigs of the rest of the State;
who will pick up that glove! Butler coun
ty ha heavy Locofoco majority to over
come, and cannot hope to accomplish it at
pnepull. But tho good men and true there,
fir doing their ieoZe duty, and are certain
ofdoipg mors than their share of -what is
necessary to carry Ohio. What-oounty
will do better than ButlcrlO; S. burn4
Co'iitD'T VVoqi A Ii8HMA. When
David Tod in a, recent speech at Wooster
so, far forgot that he claimed to be an Ame
rican as to bejie and abuse WHftfciD.ScoTf,
he met witij most poind and mortifying
rebuke. He said that t'Soott had been for
fifteen years courting every party and fac
tion to secure the nomination to tho ; Presi
dency. Qne day a. Native Amoricari.'and
now ready to kiss the -blarney stone with
' the Irishman, and worship the Blessed-Virgin.','.,
An. old Democratic Irishman,' Jack
. CarroU., sprang up and interrupted him,
. with "you lie sir, Gen.- Scott declare
that he is a Protestant, but I shall Vote for
Jiini!',-C!cve. Herald,- .-.'j ', y . ,, (.(;, ' '
ther as a inanigeror- executor,' or is much
short of the iriants we read of.
queexstown heights, . ;
FOlir GEORGE, . - ,
FORT-MATILDA,"-;" , - .--FORT
ERIB, ' ; L . - :.::.'
' CHITPEWA. , ; f 5
';' LUVDY'S LANE, '
CERRO GORDO, .
CHURUBUSCO, ' ,
' MOLINO DEL REV.
CHAPULTEPEC, and the
' CITY OF MEXICO!
If Scott be a " weak man,'' whercarc tho
strongl Sci. Uaz.
Two Weeks Later from Mexico. By
advices from Mexico to the 2d instant, wo
learn that 200 men and four cminons had
been embarked from Mazutlun for A lata, and
100 men were about to depart by land. AH
were going to Culiacan, in order to dep. so
the Governor. It was repoHed that the un
fitness, of the General Governor would.be
declared, and that tho re-establishment, of
Gen. Santa Anna would be proclaimed.
A correspondent of Oujaca remarks that
all the persons who remained from the con
voy of Major Bernard have left Tuhauntepoc
to return to the United States.
The brigade of Gen. Uraga, which is at
Puebla,.had received orders to go to Guada
lajara. This brigade comprises the whole
military force of the Republic, and is the
only ouo in which the government has con
New Route from New York, to Phila
DELrHlA. The Florence and Key port Com
pany expect soon to hove In operation a new
route between new York and Philadelphia,
by means of a ferry between New York city
and Key port, a phutk road from Key port to
Florence on the Delaware, and a steamboat
theilCo to Philadeiphlu. The object is to
furnish a cheap line of travel, and the fare
will not exceed a dollar. As the distance
can be traveled by this route in six or seven
hours, it will be probably employed to a con
siderable extent. The company has a char,
ter from the State of New jersey. Its cap
ital is to crnslBt of 20,000 shares of $100
'Bad Accident. At tho receptlont of
Gen. Scott, last evening, Henry Fellers,
( Blacksmith, ) acting as one of the gun
ners was badly injured by the premature
discharge of the cannon., He was ram
ming tho. load, when the powder, took fire
and exploded, tearing ofl'his left arm, and
iujurihg his shoulder and the side of his
face.-. . We learn that Dr. -Howard amputa
ted his arm as soon as he could be taken to
a proper place;" 'We regret this accident,
as he is a '.worthy mechanic, with- a wife
and three children dependent upon him for
support. We- trust a' liberal 'contribution
for bis benefit will be taken. O.'S. Journal.
iiirti tat (i.vti'i n limiiirh I iiiKf,!A hi nt iii m-iujiilt,
, ',N fcvr ,s-7L,,st cv-r?y , 0n t!ridih p-c- ,t .Ti7.;rAiV;icmToRE
ahou 8 o'clock, .Mrs. Mary GrC-g, wife of.d.im, Mr. PETER ALLORD and Mrs. tly wear out th o,h. Th Ztidmm .f which MU1 A. M hUlUM, S . ORE
Eplinam R. Gregg, ol this v.Uuge, vvaa shotil'OLLY REBURX, all of Pleasant Town- I am .poalin,. obviate. Um ZZtZt. U 110 Arch trl. Phll.-.lphU.
through the bolv whilo washing tit her pun-!sliii).T - . , ' . k-,,. -n.vrf h ,., A- ,. . . r. " , i .,Tiieirpovrrov-thi.abovedifeae(Unottcelled
trr window. The shot came from the out-,' Have. M D vL "" ,lnMf; Pr t'' bv "T "Af nUaa io
.i i . : I, ,i.r. . f . . r i . 1 5 nayea M. V. Ajr Astirr r,f Ma-isnrh-MtU, who Bt, a the curea attest, in many caaea alter skil-
idc, , und evidently fro... a distance of but u ; DIED, on the 16th inst, in Greenfield ; dec!r. th.t-th medicinal .rti.le. uJ an, tho Uvbun. had fail.d.
lew fee , penetrating the region ol the stntn- , township. Mr. CEDRGE KLI.VE, aged 80 1 prescribed ly the ok. J eminent phvaicuna (,, iho ' P. V'" w"ithy th6 .'k",UoB. -Sf 'f-"
nnh. She lino-ered until abnnt three oVhipk n. . r .l " . -m P" "r ino , K,e.ii,g great virtuea to tho rectihcation of
hU, n?r,r . no." v l ,L 11 1 dl K , , ' V ' 11 6 " "'V "f lhe P,onPer 8i?tllera rel,"f (r f" f. "w s for hicb thco ' di., o the liv,r and ie, glanda. exprciain tho
ciih morning w nen wieuiiu. io tract oi ,,! tins cnimtv, and opened his farm 3 miles i Billon have ben so eiuinwtl v .u,r.r,.l n. ! not anhinz powers invroakno-.a atfrctions of tho
; the murderer il-is been lounil, nor can unv
UEAt) AND BK CONVINCED.
ivnrin in iii(fnfiT..r in I in vnnr 1 Mil, . h... ; mv ; ...... u.i.u . t.: . t . .
imuoi .nun. uciuiiiii-iuiruioi iuo i-uuiiiiinsiuii Ol lip rimtmnm In rm i n nni k . .l..,.i ,. ,. ., ..
. .1.. i. t. j;.. ., . ... i .... , m.v.ihh iuu.1 m; iu.niiura n varr uinreait
. ii:i,'h tl,; , ia. , ia, ,. u i'i in: v I'u !;.- t linn ' . ci tuecrtlllt. I ' fL-w. Itfl n. Ml
ord .!! that thM . fwr'tina U wrinh i-'jur. ' . I A t tin) residence of his son, Michael Em- ; proportion from (hoeuullv eanplnyojr that they' . I'""" ".f16 J ,.
- - a vua u.-'tiro . ........ ... iimm. nuu, uu iudw ITIUIIV. ill r. . 1 b' iw ua Llciralil j,nn H.VfM Tnr Ihn rum AfliraT Mm.
IIO SJUltllltfltro. I ..... , . . itlllim l'MIHPII r... " : rr..., f.,. .I...:.. r. ! I : J:. j !
I lit not ll.fr. for- be very UOSTON, C.l. 13. jHr. Jaylor a SllOCnia-1 "J11"' man J euro n real-; r ......u.,1.xUn,uwu. , u, , ( ruii, unoOT,iiripppiia, Lnromc oraunroaausam.
n -iv, whirl. beiiiB applied ker of Nutick, was murdered, "und his wife dcnt o( tllls C''.V. H is remains Were brought , other nay can I account for the aatonUhing offica- j 'J. u vly ooe at' Uw populu owditmo
, lib oilK'ntd to Inrreatod i mnrtnllv ivmimlprl lnt ni.rl.t ' Thorn ia our. I to this place (ill Saturday eveilin? last, and i c7 which I amcc-rUm they poaeaa. I havoemolov- ..-j'. , r, .. ...V-it" k.T.. li ir
burial ground HI tho . ea t!icm la u.tad of ra.a, and have uniformly . roceived ao tifprtual and permanent euro of liver
red between Mrs. Tuvb.r iin.l the murderer, ''""'can grave-yard. , found, Hut wUo mej aconiiiig to Ilia dL-jc:ion. i compiaiut fiom the ue of thia ruauedy. v e ar eon-
Dar .L I . m . iiw wniai ia anw mi i m n.u i ,hiv Fra.'iia'lv Im, .lol.. . ... I ,. .... ,i.. . aiucmi inav, in Hie DM) oi uieaet Diiicra, uw nikui
uncnii Mathorson, late in Mr. Taylor --- - - ;J. - - -- --'. I gn-w-'y. but .r..t. ,,, ot bj oue. tha i,0,..,.nllt ' t,,, -r,n.,i. d vk-or-. fart worthy of
employ, bus been arrested on suspicion. . f AM. AM MJTTI.K. . vnou di.treuig aymptoma which cluater aroanl jgre,t coniijeration. f hey aro pleaaant io Uato and
Boston, Sept. 20. Mr. Scbeurk, Amer- i rP"i'' liu'.arvil,prbingiin,l(!roMitirn4 nc'oith I tl,o confirm, i Dyspeptic, restore to the atomach iu mell, and can he u-d bv persona with the moatdeli-
ieiin ".linisLpr t.i Hril ont hv tho invort, I Ik"'1"-'-" nf ,h- '' 'r' or'Ucii.'UDr; H. .MIL- loat onrgtea, aod ttiiu l.a.1 the ptti.-ul bau.k to Cut ea-' cit8 1--"Oiach with safety, under any circumstances.
ILttn -Uinister to brazil, Sent by the Govern- .1rt.re.,.ctf..t y invite all per-on. k,i.,? tl.-.n- ' :ovniHllt efT Ul JA IL,, i Wasre.pe.kina from e.perienc. and to th afflicted
ment to Ttnenim A vrea fn-neirntuitp for tho . ,.. t.;.i c... i...ii-j .ul .jojmeoioi pi'r.n.nei.t law. uiaiid .ueu'lh. '
free navigation of the rivers, visited Urnuis- i'"1 acrounts previous to t!i I5ih of IV-combernaxt. if ; '"Wuoa to my own experu-uce uh this mcJi-1 -Scotr's.VaEkj.r,"Sneo th bwt I.itcrarypaper
as, at Palermo JulvSOtll with Mr Pendle- ' e Pda "Jr 1 'at ." '"' be put into Uio i rinn, whuhratWme tolliuik ofitionighly,I would 'Pu;,1'le'-I. ", Aag. 'J5: "Ur. Hootland s Oennan
' . . ' r . ha.i.L nf nr. .I,..,- iiRi.ar, l'.,r ct. uilnn . ... .i .'.i .1 .. ..... 1 Ki,t..r n.miiM.traA h w fW Jarlrann. ara DOW riaCOm-
1 choi im, alU'Viiato dii'i-htpn iiiilco.i iveno sJliirtiUnre,
L mi ;'ii hi., r-otr., etc
.le.-irii.i'i lopopean a rin- .iv, wtiirn wiiit' ap
c, IT voithl exr.t.vlh i lib oibcnta to Inrreatod i mortiillv wounded. InKt niirhf .' Tliorr. i ,tvT.
ur(lO!i, n l thus rarrv oil tlicoti.fti Ilili medium, the I , . . V . I .. . , i interred in the fiiiiiit.
.1 -1. -tern,, 1 -i-in. -iple whi, I, is th.. ,tlrrrt raw n't! ! ,L"f of 0 desperate struggle having occur- l'
iHeasci Smulv eifiv t!nn:.iiii n...n will admit that red between Mrs. Tnvlortind the murderer. ; ',""'-ra grave-v ard.
thi wo'.d.i no on'y h lie tnnsl p.M-tt'if, (ait by far
llmsjhul mian-. tiveirucl th.. d.uirf.1 enit Thi 'al
in.nt -.ir. oi-huii'.ncurtw i-.i.rfi-vin.-d by tli.'.r..binnphy
iiciiiti in ttio t,ya of obi w.-rn main y elf Ttod by this
rniirsi. ot ti-eatinent, an.l the lh.re.Ii'nt of uhii-h II.
(J. furreli's Cekbra'&l Ar'rXiun lAnimt 1 1 com
posed, av.) extvart .' 1-o.n r.ire p.int'b.H-u!i.it to Ara
bia, ibis jr..at I.inuneiit (ivrurh 11 h'.iv to be had of
most restwclitble dniii'rU' aiiii mei-
EXFORTS .OF. BrEADSTUFFS il FROM , . THE
United States. During tha year 'ending
the 1st instant, there were exported from the
United States' 1,444,640 barrels of flour,
1,810 barrels of corn meal, 2,712,120 bushels
of wheat) tnd 1,676,749 bushels of corn
being an increase of 1,28812 bushels wheat,
and a decrease of 137,003 barrels flour, 3,743
barrel corn meal, and 792,111 bushel corn.
Baltimore fitm. '""" ' ' - 'l "-'". ' "'""
" - ' , , w- '' l '
:'- Nauohtt JokesI prentice will have hi
joke. '-Hear' him: ' ' ' f.uut
,.,,"Tbe:New , Hampshire Patriot says that
'whenever General Pierce speak upon any
Question, he covers the) whole ground.' We
pn't know how much ground he cover
when he speaks, but, a often a he under
takes to fight,-be cover as much as his small
proportion can. ; i
ii' a!l:l miM-(Mi.illtji in ovcrv
too In ih United Stutes) h dailv efiVctliig 'cures "ton, and was received wilh uncomnio
vrhii'h at'eni bevond Iho powor of niedirln lo nnv
troi ronsuinptioti, btonrhitis i.iul liror coinp-aints in
their first t;e9, nervous alVnrtions, indigestion on
laveinout ot iho p eon, scrofulous tumors, goitre,
etc., etc., arc- frequenfy cured, ami nlu'ays re ii-ved
by its itso. It is unsurpassed fts an Anoiyne reliev
ing severe pains fn a few'mintites after application, it
Soothes the irritated norVes, and -produces that de
lightful Iranrrui lty ao gvatafui,tn tho nervous uiva'id.
Sprjiiid.bruUus, wounds, burns, sore throat, rhhbmins,
rheuinatiam.sun pain, etc., rtei, aro speodily cuied
by it. and lor nearly ad ai'iiient. hi horses or cattol.
requiring an external app i ation, it is an ollVctual re
medy. . .
LOOKOUT rotl COCiViT.nFJCITS.'., ;
Tlic public are cautioned against another countnr
foit, which has Intn'y inndo its appearance, ca'tai W.
B. Fan-ell's Arabian Linitnent the most danierous
of alt the cotintotteita, b.miuso his having the name
rf. i, :n I : i i-:.!. . .i
Ul I air.. 11, ninny win LHly in otni ibiiu, wi in.ui (no
knowledge that a coiinterf.dt exists, and they will per
haps only discover their orror when tho spurious mix
ture baa wrought its evil cllects.
The L'oiiilin.) artie'e is niaiiul'acturcd only hv IT. O.
FarrtlL so'o inVenlor and liropriel or. and wbo'esa'e
druggist. iNo. 17 M-.in street, IVoria, lllinuis. to whom
all opp icatlons for Agencies must be adtlresscd. He
sure )ou Rl it with tho 'otters H. (. Iioforo Ksrrell's,
tnus u. is. r auiu.li. o ana his signature on I Iu.
wrapper all ot.iers aro coumerioirs.
J-oilhy U. KAU. KMAN &.CO., Lancaster,
and l.y r. U ar V authorized asuta throughout tha U
uited Slates. Price '.'5 anddU cents, ami $1 9 bottle.
A0ENTS WANTED in nVory town, village and
hum M ill thu United State., in which one Is not al
ready estah'ishod. Addrassll. U. Kan-ell as al ova,
accompanied with good. roforeuce as to character, re
spcnsibidty.otc. ii.'pt 2 1m
' a' Card. " '.'.
fJHIE friehds of tha Phiimdi.hi'U Commission
-1 S'roitK,ar3 requested to wait a fow days lung.-r.
Aliue from Iho Agent gives the assurance that you
will bn amul v naid. bv bavin? an onnnl'lunitv of see
ing and buying al'tliisestablislimptft.the most beautiful
slid host smect. d stock ever se ecti.d by iiitn.
To the Ladies it h only neenssarv to say to fhein,
that Mrs W., makes the'snlecl ion fortheiriise, whirh
will'lieono of her best efforts, securing the latest styles
Odd ftahions that tho Eastern cities; afe alile to (to
dues. , , Lancaster, Septombcr 20.
ni t' ;: r ti t n t t a t t. a us..
ors. A salute lireil and troops' ordere
Urquisas' speech shows very. .friendly . feel
'..Utile- ' ae'yeit te' '' 'i"'C. .11 claims will be put into the i cine, which hat led me to lliwk of itsobighly, I would pu'i't'ed, siH, Aug. 'J5: "Dr. 'Hoofland's d
. bauds ul' propi'i- oAicers f r col ettion. I state, t'ut it has aLobee-i ttd bv4h loUvtiru! oer- 1 "i"". nMnuiautured by Dr. Jackson.are now i
nhon-, -MllWapoif. sciit. S3. l-2-3m U. C. MILLER. 1 , .? a' , " , '"" '.' P men led bv soroaof the most prominent roemb,
sd out.,- join,aiidic.;,vedt!wit Mi.ulified appiobatioo: rhe faculty, a. an article of much etlicacy in ci
ing to this country. The followinv week he 1 "TI'E Bndersi(.nnd will offer at public sale, at the
would visit Montevidoe for an .Interview r Market llouaj la Uncaitnr.i ;
with tliu GovcrnmeiUof Uruguay. The En
glish and French Commissioners wrre at
Montevidoe. The citizens of Buenos Ayres -were
much opposed to Urquisas, and' wait-j.
ing an, opportunity. to upset linn.
'l'lie Mcauit'i4 Atlantic ..
Bi'ffalo, September 20. Mr.' Maillefort
rriJLIC !SAl,l',. I r.. lowAi-.ol'. PtttLM. i-). Dartitmuih CUee. Ilemala WL-aknosa. A. auth ia the case, we wouldad-
Moii. JIvsM Uwi!cK K. Proaident ila..,wnaUf viseail moihersto obtain a bottie.and ttiua aar tnem
- PAvratt. PiiKL.tT. S Seni'or from Vrtnnnat. ! selves much aickne... Persons of debili ated ccnati-
IVut i. I'.,.... ' .- I-. . ':... .Ill r..J il.. Ui.iaM .JF,nt.fnwiiu tn thnip
i ,y",,br ?. 1 . " ' '. H.mmoss, V. 8. watqrtram Uhtde Island I health, as wo kn,iw from expel 1 .nee tho aaluUry of-
- ."-ioiuwinS prop;ny, to-wiu t - J. 1 . JUntiirii), form.-t lv Gi.venvor ot Ken- WJcttlaoy baveuponwwas ay stoma. .
tucity, now united Mates Senator. 1 . X'OUK I'VIDKCE. '
lion V js SooiBoiaop.,i-0nnerlv Governor of Mich- . ...... , v .
ijan, now t.'i.i!.d Siairt senator. i T10 '1 1 Utsa-a, Mkyor of th tity of
! Hon. I.. It. Anft.ii.ti (,.m...l.r.....f t. Canid in. New Jerwv. savs:
i laud, now Memb, r nf Cnn"rea ! 11 onri Asni'a Ukh.mas BiTTrm. Wo have seeii
li-iL. l "'' 0eu, pnir with Yokes,
Oii line BAY HORSE, one flns I'snrily MARE,
(!no two hnrsc Waenn. otieTooned Hiis- .
1 i - ii- J . , . 1 , .
tsri urai, ,,i.m, ih'd sol of norai r,
Threo Saddles and one Sola. Al' ofthPah
mttdo a .successful attempt to 'reach the
wreckof tho Atlantic John; Green, diver.
Nothing done owing to roughness of the wa
ter. ..The diver went below tho deck of the
Atlantic one hundred and forty-four feet from
the surface.. No difficulty pine worked
well. - ...'
per y is jtoml and will ho kept until the day of aal
W II... J.I. .ll l .u ...III 1. L
.. ... uuv .nviw ..u w i.i in, i(ivcn nv roo.
t- ISix monUi credit will be given on till sum.
Sopteniberai, IS--.3. - JOitN LYOjfS.
. From i'libd. "
New York, Sept. 20. The
City, from New Orleans via ' Havana
SALE OF GIIOVK CITY LOTS.
asTr-iTI" i -li .
''., wT, "ZJJ'V" Merchant,- How, Ohm.1 Ao-m..
- i.'f,' -..., .... v..iiu.iT,.-,t'rii;niDpr ' IK" A, , i i . .
2llth, on the premise, a large" number of I ots in ! ' c0' ?1 P0' bo 'loisix b.tles hr
(irove Citv. f rau'tlin countv. Ohio. This nlar.i, k.. I Skill bv (,'. h' Alii. l V a-(v.
! latelv boou laid out. is uwhii mil, boiiUm-., ..( 1 . . u
iColumbus, imiimJiale!y ontheCo!uinbusnd Hsrri.. I 3j ANOTFfl'R SClEXTIKir WONDKIf !m
Tburi-h 1 urnpike, leadins to Washiniioh. th count v '"' to Dmtrmi-Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
lbui. 11.11 iWo. r r u luanv catterinz nenc.-s nf thia medicine, and thi
- Soio.-iox 1'onrn, Mmnerof Corn-re.. Irom U ' 'olir,"e from which they came induced us to make in
" !:o. Jo:, K-i , Survnvor Geuoral, l.n-.a. I M"iry respectin; it. merita. Jrom inquiry we were
1. t. Minns. Dik.i-ari.il, roa-m, fr.,J, Hi.'l porswadiad .ouae it, ar.d must say we found it spaci-
consin Tens or v j tie in its a-fion upon disease of the liverand digeativ
j organs, and llio jioweriul influence it exerts upon
J nervous priistrat'on id really surprising. It calms
f and strengthens the nerves, bringing them into a atato
of reposi, making .loop refreshing,
i -lt this medicine was more generally uaed, we
j are satiifud then, would be ie,a aiclmesa, from
ithe stomach, liver, aod nervous system the frreai ma
jority of ri.aland imaginaiy diseaaeaemaitrfo Have
inem tn a heatuiy ronuition, and you can btd delianc
Gen. A. C. IJpiK, DclepsWin Congrcse from Iowa
IlEt:0,AUsriN.A r.,., Whrfis,l, Dru-rista No.
rt . .aoatol rayere rosnty. llio couutrv around i. iv. tu lrve Uietxtivr hinirl. nr tiaitrir lulr ( .u.-,...Ji. - -'""- j
,-rL- 11 jiileand thickly sellled. There aro now here two : prepared I'roiu RluNNKT. or the imukth . roatacH "l .dvise our trtcds who
Churches, tho Ihird one in proRiesI of heinc, built, l" thi' Ox, after Miructinns ci Caiin LIKl'I.., Ihe
Sl'RINOKtt & TROUT. ' '.
nAVK received al their Ci.otiitno Est
, isimKNT in Giesv's' buildinit. between
the Hockui Valley Hank and I . W lallinailBn-ii-x-cliangoOllice.and
havo just openod a Urge and exten
sive assortment of
KALI. & W INT KB UKADY. MA OK CLOTHING
Which they will sell a. low s the same qualify of
Itoods and work dan be purchssed at any other entab
lishment in the crty.' Their clothing is manufactured
under their own supervision and is consequently su
perior to.lhat which ia brought from other plicea.
Tltey have also on hand, a beautllu; variety of-
gl.Otll.S. CAaMMErtKS. VK8TINGS. &C.
Which they are prepared to manufactum. to order.
They have in their employ the best of workmen and
are at all times prepared to make tho beat fiU and iu
the- latest styles. All their uwi-A- will be warranted.
: .- The public are respectfully solicited to call and ex
amine their atock, an.l while thankful for the liberal
patronage they l ave enjoyed, tltoy assure their old
customer and ill othnra that Ihey w ill labor to give
general aatisfaction both in tho quality and price of
their goods and work. SI'IUNUKK &TE0UT. .;
a.anraator, aeptember 17. 1851 ,: . . . .;, ,.d208
TtROM and after this day, the Cnncii
. fa hetween Ijincastnr and L'oltim-
bus will pass through Carroll, Oteoncastie and I.i
thopolis, and throngh Jefforson and Winchester, unit
ing at Groveport, connecting with the car. at Coram
bus daily. ' - ' .' "' '.... '
'l imeot leaving lncaater,o, o ca, n.m., precisely.
Time of leaving Columbus, Ho'ck; Ai M. precisely.
Ample arrange menta are made to carry -all who de
re to travel ea these routes. M Z. KREHIKIt.
Laqcsstor, September 1. Ib59. ( ikw '
reef entrance of runnel, l ow ships nt 8a-, of room
vannuh. -Cltjf getting healthy.
The Fishrrlcs. . '" 1,
Boston, Sept. 20. The fishing schooner
are at all in-
dinposi-d. to tiiv a bial it will recommend itself.
It should, m lact, be in every family. ro other ane
dicin" can pvnriuce such evidences of merit."
Kvideuce upoo evidence has been received (like
the foregoing irom all actions 01 the Union, the last
n to sdd more machinery, should there be any i "Hh...l, by Knures own ant, I he Gastric Juice H1"? n,, ,h" "'T?! j .'flf'LL-s Z"S!'
persun who would like to maite an luvestuieni; one nphlet. contaiiiingSciiilii.c evidence of iu value. , Z . uV-i T Vki Vi.. .iTw
Store, an excellent opening lor severs! more storeJi, ' furni"hed by spruit, gratis. -(See notice nmong the rPu;" 'hy;icin.ot '''Ph"'" "h
a. there .re overtorhu.UfamiUe.whhm9ilta. 1 .iints. ' . 41 " . conuiael. a tact that 1!
of Ihi. pl.co,.n.! by exteiuiiiu, ... cuvumlerence of, ifi.'
j un, arriveu lo-auy, wun p I passengers anu .uu in" miinn ui snuciumn or uoin orectd durinit f nsaniojirai cemust, ny j. s. iiouoiitost, m.
the mail. The Spanish war steamer Pizarro i u"'lielr yr- A li.io, commodious School h.inso has : j-.l'hila.elphia. This is truly a' won.lrful remedy for
wns lost on tho nio-bt of the llth . on the ! '"" h:'BU 'V'M "d.: ,; lge Steam Saw Mill, with Indication, Dvsp,i, Jaundice, liver complaint,
Was lllbi On MO niglll OI IIIC Hin,1 On HIC 0 ,,. of Saai is fill imsnluia. Ih . .l... I con.lliul inn .mi .l.J. n v... .
fl L'll 111 siS IT1 LIPS.I 111, 11 II IH i Kir Mm. lit tl iIt t f 1 ... i.i.r... r. a . , .... . . .........
Caroline, Capt. Knight, of Newburvport, I eJ; a trade of sight or ton milos mav he drawn hero 'r -r b.-tA. r, 1-vI"I
from alleged violation of the fi8hintttreatv,:by,1vuM,,',-noiighiocreateali!iJecoii,petiion. t f-l .f u" D?'l,"T' "f, opp"'
.K 7 . . ' X. . . I Mnehanira will find thi. . ilMlnl.ln .i,.,;.-. .... . H the ialliMUIci JtvusHnud ovtr bnuiileu Hat
licalarly tho "bowers of wood," as this neighborlKl ' Store, "inratler, Vltfo. 1 have a very plasjut and
i... i.. . ..f v,. ..: .... : .?.i. . . i retired room; mv .nvsent .rranifment is nArmahonr
ii.. iiiu .ri.iiiKiiiiii i navviMK Mpriivi itriQ oi IHW I i, -,i. , ' a . , ."
various kind of of oak, and many other varieties ol nU 1 w . hrpv 0, m' triends who n.ay wish
ti'iiher I to consult me alKmtth 'ir teeth Aly apeclai business
II is hoped that some person will attend the .alafor ! fu,?r wi!1, 1'"''-,'" (l'i..iio) Tra:Tn. I
. . i . .', ...... MVH Inr PlMPl v t!1l . us re liMm ......... . .... . . 1 1.
ine purpose ot purctissing property to nut d a laren : IP . i - . .. " T - " vs T'K"",' v
andennimndioiifmhlie hriu..! U la ,rt.io. n.ir ' psrucular opw-tioo hecauso It is of infinatefy
.1 i i i ' ... ' .. . irrvatrtr IniDnru
was carried . into Charlettostown- She Is a
new vessel, valued at $6,000.
''J, l'rom . lViiwliiii(toii.
Washinctow, Sept. 20. Mr. Secretary '
Corwin bus tendered his resignation. i and
tne eest local loni now known or vacant.
From Cliai lcMoh.
- Charlestom, September 21, 1852..
of that kind, as there is no house of public entertain- j 'mire -.""""J' """,rulIrn
u. r u j u iu t I. . manentlvaaJ for life hv fillinar.
ml i in' ul inHwcui i.u uiiiuiis anu jiRiriSI'iirc.l, a UlMam.B I i . -.
The r.c r...... . .-... .:i-..i s it cn be seen; hut if the tin
Board of Health reported . 15 deaths from j which there is a large amountof travel, and drove, f1 ,v0 " """" .
Yellow Fever for three davs endimr Sunday f ? h"K fS Uily. I h.ve count-! T.1e V?.TZ?!??!!t&A
avanin Tha inrroano . nt trlhi.t A ttv iho ed passing my door within the space of lour honra ' ' ,.,. , ' ' ' 'r.. .:C:;.:. , u
. rtima. mnit
(br a house " ." inn. ne cimiywim
mi n d iuui..iiia n.ivi . ,iiai a. 1 1 hssii caa ov aavva PCT-
u.l.. ..J... l.'l1. L.. ni.- :. '
ig .'very- cavity as soon
tnrn.,iL- i " " i ne caviues are large anu me
turnpike, on frvth h ,chd. Uur r.nm.t ho il ftaan
iinatily and will
nn'."".s in, uuur nniiiii ni spiru 01 lour Honrs ',..:. ... .1.. ..... c .-c. , . .,. J ,
i .... r.- : r.a. ., obvuto the necessity of artificial teeth and aava a
. . . uinu. iii. i -tt inn, ai i laxe.-. i. Hiatus c vt aariifisJiii so- . . r .r '
weather. . New esses not numerous. ' Those ; ngono dii-eetion.nl w?l lill.,d. to snv rcjtiiingatiJut i ",'V'urV r'''"s'.i .
attocftei a-enerally laid (liqmselves open to ! l'ge number of persons on horseback and a-foot;i. nt'LliV;',VH 'i c.t iv ov,,' T" yT""'
disease."' . ". . '
. . weary "mu nea y laden, anu wouiu nave ooen fl-isa . on ...... , .... i i . . 1
-' I -l- ' ...... av.r.;i.m.... I...I .1 1 . I. ". .. I i" iransiKi spwanw,
., ; at i ssai. J1V aVOI aa,a
Nbw York, Sept. 21 M.
toget.omerefre hmen,.,.d the,o beet, . hou e ! 127,17.
nere to accoromoaaie in ni. t r r .j . Ji Vj . 7 Vi .
D...m,. ...,). n. i. .....k. . i.. e .1 . i "" "'a otoi-r oiivsicians ot lliiacitv. -
Advices from Para to August 29th. Vol-, imnrovlue them immedistoiv. can have them at ihcir ' IJA'"")" my oflico d'urf g business hours.
i r..... ...i,ri: . -t.i .i. ,in.r. .i . :...i...' . r... .. -i ... ii. ' .. Keipectiuiiv. . ll. SCl'Tr.
low u,ci umimiiuii , luiiuugu (.I1IC1JV iu lull ...... i. ... .. .m.i....ciiil-mi. 1..1 uu m.MTin , n . - ,,.,- t ,. .. ,. . . .
r . c... Jr.:.. . -n.. ,. I ma'm lii.ini-diate imnravomeof ih, nmm ior hm. .'. .N- B 1 extract 1 optU aaal a! tend to other diseases
enipmuir. aiw uuye. ureviuusiy a x reueii . -- -- - ,...'. , : . '
... . J 1.... i:.... ...... .1" .1 V I .
' .. . . r-, h:, iuiiisiiiii ii, v ul'i luiii. on lie PUCK uavincu s. on
uraa alvnmMV. rnml tntn rsnrt r,nm e.vannfi ... ... . . . . - ' ....
. , ...... ,noUv; vsinanon. lor ail oi'lck ollrams dwellings that
Ifi search Of provisions,' and reported the may be built within onavcar from tlio dayul.ile,
Freuqh coki.iy iq ft starving condition. ,.jVr- d will furnish such lumberafheiiiay.ltaTeonhand,
rived-sloop of war Vincennes, commander ibTii';";
, . r ... t i ..l. - ou ,re " 0'1'. "'"' '' "ne down, ono-thtrd in
Hudson, Irom Valparaiso, Jl.ly I4ttl. Bnelnnevearandnne thiid In two tears. ilh l.i.rf
1 I I 1 . . I , -.,' -r r. n ' r 1 . ll. v
nsu oeen nosem iiireu yenri,, saiiuu oo,uuu , irom mm annuany.
of tlie mouth aa uiaaf.
fsejjt 7 3m
miles, and been in port 33 times..
LAXyAS'I-EK ,TO COMJJIBlTS.
fllMK Kino Pacset Lancaster will continue to make
X riwular'trios batweea Ltncuter and Columbus. ! e accTwe Hundred Acre of Land imanedlatelv on
as follows: Leaving Lancaster on Tuesdays, Thurs- the pike, two miles south of Grove City. It will be
days snu numiava ai i o ciock. r. m., ri-iving ui i q ; aom m uireai ainerenc cracas, or cut into sen acre iota.
Itimnui in time lor tne morning tiains ot L ara, crtneT
1 want it particularly unders'ood that there ara not
to bn any by bidders on the day of sale that when a
person bid. on a lot he need not feaT that a "PetoY
Kiink" is behtnd the cur ain. bidding against him; the
lots are for sale to the highest biddct who will im
prove them. ' ' ' . - -. , . .
- Horse Tbiel Detectors.
NOTI'T. is hereby given, that rhe"Gnrexriei o
Ho. sr. Tiurr" F)rr;ci'iy Sociktv," will
nieetat JocoA IVirst's Hotel in ilrjenueld township,
on Friday, the Vfrt day nf Orftiber, IS62.
. By order of the Pr..nlen.
liOUfcRT TR1MI1LE, Secretary.
, September 14, loiH. -1:
in Ihhl form.
That this medicine will cure Liver complaint and
Dyspepsia, no one van doubt after uaing it aa direct
ed, lv ails specifically upon the stonrsch and liver;
it is preferable to calomel in all biliov diseases '
the effect is immediate. . They ran be administered
to female or infant with aafety and reliable beuelit
at any time.
' Look well to the marl of the genuine'
They have tha written signature ol C. M. JACK
SON upon the wrapper, and his name blown in lb
bo tlo, tpifhmf vhu h they are spurious.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at the
GERMAN MEWCJNfi STOllE,
No. 12U ARCH street, one door below .isth, PhlUs
de' phia, and by respectable dealers generally through'
o theconntrv- ,, ...
trires Rrduced lo f Sable all clajavaof invalids
to enjoy the advsntifes of their great restorative
noiveis 47i..ir lit tile 'ii rents. Alao for sale by
KAl'l'r WAN CO., Lancaster, Ohio.
Wholesale Ag-nt. for Ohio, SPIMC fc HOWAHU,
Wocstvr. Ohio. s.'j.icnior io, is so
MY Wife Christens, havmg left my bed and board,
without just cause, this is to notify all person.
that, tlie is not to to rrustod on my account, a. I will
pay no debta of her coutractini.
1 J. . ,r,. at,, 1'fl
C,o. I. IU.U. jur.ii '.,i iLiii.n. .
LAST E.ening, t the Circus, a Lkao coi.oaio
Cmitii Sltsisn Shawi. The finder will be
uitab'y rewarded by leaving it at the
. -. . tt.ii.iiw rtwirtf
bopt. J. UAiia vrriib.
Law School of Cincinnati Collrfte.
riHlr" Nineteenlhcouraeof Ijvturea will commence J
JL on Weilm-s lay. Uctooor w, was. (.sentieinen
H.h. niBii-irulaio fnrthis coursa, mav'attend anv sub-
Therfl will be ottered tor sale, at the same time an.! indent coUraj frue ol charge. Apply to
.' 1 ID 1' D I1IIIV
I III El I. CO I f A.tiro
to Cleveland or Cincinnati: lea vinr Columbus on Mon.
davs, Wednesdays and Fridays after the arrival of the
Cincinnati train of Cars, at half put eight o'clock, P.
M., anil arriving at Lancaster at half past eight, the
next morning. - . , . , -i
' For information In regard to' passage or freight, ap.
p'y on board at Lancaster, or to K. I'oltoe, proprietor
at Columbus. H. II. JEFFRIES, OtpfotB..
September 23, 1852. r . , j
nmi.tt mni i.a ,M . 1. .. ...!,. n ...1, ..k.-av
Also, two match black horses, each four year, old
hurt spring atwo-horsa family carriage, and two arts
braaa mounted haraoas, all nearly ne j one p'endiu
brown mare, one work horso, osch six ysara old last
spring, forty or ftfty head ol hog. and ahoata, a lot of
cooking stoves, etc. etc;. .:.'!'
Term, of tho land and personal property cash on
the day of sale. W. r.BRLCK
Oror Qily, Sepfcmber 17, lSoJ. , , , , ,, ,
' , M. II. TILDICN
' , M K. Cl'RWF.N.
Ciiiriinmti, Slept. ?. B.-i2. Lm Faculty.
. Attnchment Notice.
AT uiy instance, au astachment wis thia day baued,
by Sanuml Bogle aJusticaof the Peace of Aman
da township, Fairfield county, Ohio, against Ihe pro
perty aod effects nf Johnson and Roach, abtcondinfe
debtor.: Daltil thia Uth: day of flnptember, A. IX
1852. 4w'S v, JOHS .DAVIS, Ben. .
JOI.fi I.YOPiS, .
WHOLESALE ASP SKTA1I. SCAMS, lat
Every Vniiety of I'ttinily Croeerie, Pro
visioiiNotioiiH, Corenge, Taf, Glass
MAIN STRilIT. LANCASTER, OHIO.
INVITES tlie attention of the country and city trad
to his extensive arrival from New Tors, which
make. hi. aanrtment complete. He is ready t .11
times to .tteud to the wanta of hi. customer., aod let
it be understood at all time, that he sells on tha ever,
ace lowwr thus any h.e in F.irfield county , wWh
the express understanding that any article bought at
hia eatafaliahment that don't gie aatisfaction, oa !
turn of -The same, the si"wJ wUI be rofunH.d.
Lanxa-ter, July 30, J869 !mwaa