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Saturday EvcninR.rpt. 19, 1832.1
Srxit ExPKHsts. Ki-iinoinr, Economy, -
. Retrenchment nd Reform have a fforded tho
Locofoco party, for many years- past, wheth
er in or out of power, an opportunity to dis-
play thoir eloquence and mane appeals ij,8,8 Jt wgg after thc conlroversy with
t!i tax-payer.-.. Yet. in almost every in-' jHrkaol) 'an( Van Iluren, What has chang-
stance, experience oa u.-...u.i0i.u
they wore not in earnest, inuv n was were
'pretension upon their part-Vfor whenever
they have obtained a cwiitcj, tlioy have not
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management of the Public Works, or to the
Van Burcn dynasty, Tor these tliey will claim
are old matters traiiapiring before the party
nsj reiormea. isuinow isn nows
A few days since, we instituted a compar
ison between Locofocolsm in Indiana and
Locofoeoism in Ohio, and showed that both
were of the same piece. What was then
said need not be repeated now. By promis
es of amendment and reform, Ohio Locofoco.
i.;m obtained thecontrol of the Const.itutlon
il Convention and afterwords of the Ohio
Legislature. Thoir sway ,wos absolute,
They had oil in their power and their prom
ises could have' been redeemed- Of their
Constitution we need sny nothing. They
themselves now admit its iinperlection. How
about the Legislature?
In the Senate, the Clerk eight assist
ants, the Sergeant ut-orms seven, and there
were six messenger boys. In the House, the
Clerk had thirteen assistants, the Sergeant-at-arms
had eight, and there were six mes
senger boys. This mokes a total in both
Houses ot fifty-two, about one to ench three
members. . ...
After calling around them, this small nr
my of oHice-seekers, they were not yet satis
fied. Preauhingretrenchment, they not only
increase the number of utTii-'e-holtlers, but
absolutely increase their pny from three- to
ovn dollars per day economy 'with u ven
gennee, giving U-es work to do and raising
the wuges, but making 'the tux-payers do
more work for less pny. The cost of all
this, during the session of four .mouths', is,
for GJerks anil SVrgeaiit-ut onus about $19,
000, for messenger boys about (Sfl,$0U, muk-
tng a total of Hut the senuel to
all this is rather rich. Towards the end of
the sessien, they not only admitted tho I'rmnl
upon the tax-payers by reduring the number
of these Legislative luufers, hut passed a
resolution declaring that ' a less number
fthould hereofter be employed. The indig
nation of the tax-payera begun to reach
This was for their retainers; but they were
equally impressed with the importance of
their own labors and increased their per diem
from three to four dollars. This would cost
tho State, together with their miloage.about
370,000. The printing, given to Mcdnry at
'iigh prices in violation of their own Consti
tution, will cost $30,000 more, making tho
:i;'gregato expenso of the bungling legisla-.
'i o n of last w i n tor, a Imst 1 20 ,000-a n e n or.
; jus amount and spent chiefly in rewarding
In 1844-5, when the Whig had the pow--,
the pay of members, clerks, &c, only
-t $27,.,i.'i3. Tho next year 35,400. Tho
i.vxt yeur '27,(f34. And the next $33,705
-tn"kliig in nil $(11 4.478, an average du-
,..., V.it n.l.. .,r 4od run a .
'i, deducting tho printing Item, It is only
.'it ortN.riirif :riu,iii n in inin nin I ...ir.
During the years of Whig legislation, ma
ny important measures were projected and
. ed. The credit of the Stuto was improv
1, a portion of tho public debt was puid off
nn.l generally the people were satisfied with
:l.e Whig measure! of public policy. A
-iul was made to beat them on the
bunking question. That fulled. Itwasre
.ne.wed with ten-fold vigor on the tnx-luw.
'That failed. As a lust rosort, they made a
ntitiliy ot the t.nnHtitution and with the aid
1 of the Free Hollers triumphed. What havo
the tax-pnycrs made by trusting them with
' power! What Inivo they dune for tho bon
fit of the people! Nothing, absolutely no
thing. Besides the above statement of tho
cost of Locofoco legislation, it must be homo
in mind that they raised the snlary of nearly
every State olficer thin upon nil sides L'iv-
ing the lie to their declaration that they
- were In favor of Retrenchment and Reform.
And yet this is not all. Already pecula-
lions liavo commenced among some of tho
retainers of the Board of Public Works; the
old system of gouging is again resorted to,
and unless a change is made, the days when
Yontz and Mulrineand Barney flourished so
well, will return. Tlio reader will remem
ber how like the transaction of Wallaoe and
Sawyer, and thoir notorious predecessors.
Tho remedy is with tho people. They
can nip this game in tho hud. They can
say to these men that they have proved them
selves to be unworthy public servants ami
have not fulfilled their promises. We know
mat nino-ientns ol thox-ople aro dissatisfied;
but more expressions of dinsatisfacton do no
good.' As long as these men can induce
their party friends to keep them In office,! hey
laugh at their murmurs of disapprobation;
tut once they arc ousted, they begin tu feel
that the people have a little more spirit and
independence than they give them credit for
TAX-PAYERS, LOOK TO YOUR IN
TERESTS! Ohio State FAiit.-.-Tlio total entries
were28i!3, aa fullow: llorlicnltitrul fi2l.
Imnical and Fine Arm Ml! m.,i,;-.. '
f..iled to enrich tueinseives anno, expense;""" unu van uui ,..,.., -lu
of the people. We need not refer to their ! Juno Gib, 1838, after tbo appointment by
..,,1 m;....ii -,.o . ' i Wn" wore's t luthinir Store, irrcotlv cn-
i n i Is ? 3 8' 1 r':"r"' "f F"i. danSerinff J. nocl,eater& SouhMk,, Btore
nnu Dulry 175,Ajrriciiltiirnl Iniilemonta 3(13, houno. It wan, liawvor. ;ot under oy tho
,e ,o, oiiuep a4, Horaeit 225. Caltln ,
375, llofrn 3 t
In ud.lilion to the entries made from thin
county already puhlii;d, we noli
iional, John' Reb'er, oiio in
r.i. n . . v i ..... . ' I
muv; jonn win, tWo luckH. We lenrn I
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yerUully that John Shaoir-r obtained
'n.u.ufo,JlUmatcl)ed haww. John Ruber
lor Ina mare Tour year old and John (ii for '
jck. The IteroU which etune I .!
. . "'"" CM'no to hand,
fill SltfAltih .1. .
w noi contain a
ward. . j .
IihI of a-
' The weather
lout 75,000 per.on. ere in attendance and f4?1"" nd I)nni,h l"Mnd tmaainff tl.,m
we learn that everything paaaed off ieft. ' ?f i e."j1,?ranU con'"B to theU Btatca.
antlv . We will bo abl? to give t 0?e i nl 'fi V'e" 1,0le ot coi"'",8 u vcry "ln
teuded account next week. ' t,fic " beinfc ,lnon impo.aihle to detect the
1 ouurMt, wcept by cutting.
liisr the anniversary of the.iege of Fort
. filibrated at Tammany Hall.
1C"f. Cfoghan, no one will Jwpute W judg-
I:' -n-...J .1.-. r.,llu,:nl.at'- v - . -
"Gen. WinfielJ Scott the olHierft boast
)rm miltaS THE EVENING "SUN
The toast ut tbattlme w responded to
w ith all llio honor, by. the Democracy of
jej their opinional
Old Documents." -The Washington
(lobe, the bitter political organ of lite Jack-
-- I I .' 1 ) . . . . a .In.. ni, aat.nnd a.nl
President Van Buren of Gen. Scott to quell
the Canada troubles;,- , . . . I ",e " ar,n " veT' ' T r
., , , ' .. .., ! oil men have been dispatched to the fron-
'Gen.Scott,oiitheNortheriirrontier,w.lltiorstoU!i0 , , fae
ho ... , 1. r mulul rF m n r. rt mm f.milia. n I . I . r " '
and the public htive an earnest d tho charac-.
tcrhe established then, that ever, 'thing
wen. .no IUI..O. vi luiiiii.iii .w niuii
w ono uiuv pruavnee, courage mm ,,..-
iv can do. to maintain the veace and honor ol
. Why Was It! Whcu Gen. Scott was
only 28 years of age, President Madison of
fered him the post of Secretary of War,
which ho declined to accept on account of
ifs youth. He was tho youngest man to
whom a cabinet ofilce hag ever heen proffer -
ml. Mr. Madison was a shrewd nml u.iita-
cious statesman, a good Democrat, and thl
fact speaks volumes. Publish it, Mr. h'.ttgle.
VV ki.L SAtD. In speaking of a speech of
Gen. Houston at Mount Vernon, the Times,
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afrce-soil paper opposed to the .election of
tho Whig candidates, snys: "The Atneri -
can who would detract from the well earned
rams off.... Scoit. f.r nolitinil mirnnaM.
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m t.uiiiurj o m&v.ny 1111 uiu
That is truo, every word of it.
w .... , .n.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, thinks Gcn. Scott ought
not to be elected, because there is danger of
a War with England, and in such" case he
. mi. . t j i ,l , ,, ,,,
wlll be needed in the army. Don't trouble
yourself, Mr. Lra, on thutscoro. The peo-
pi-' only intend to elevate hfm from the of-
frT" I h r f 'vntMrvm tij fi rf rinKiiuliarf at
ficeof Major General to that of Commander-1 . .'IK at a meaning and unique expres-in-Chief.
sion was that of an Irish girl, who was ren-
" - 1 - jdering testimony against an individual in ' a
J.cksow's Oi'imoii.-r-Locofocoisin tnesto j New Orleans court, a short time since. "Ar
evade the force of the appoiiitment of Gen. , mh, sir," suid she, "I'm sure ho never made
.Scott to settle tho South Carolina diffi'cul -
ties. How was it! In his official instruc -
lions, Gen. Cass, then Secretary of War,
said: "Ho (President Jackson) has FULL
CONFIDENCE in your JUDGMENT and
Gov. Lucas out fok Gen. Soott! 13y n i
letter, over his own signature, in tho Juwa
City Republican, of the 8th inst., we lenru
that the venerable Gov. Lucas, formerly of
this state, will give his vote and eiirnestsup
port to Gen. Winfield Scott. Scio, Uuz- ,
, Where are you now, Mr. Locofoco,, who
denied tho fact so strenuously when it first
appeared In the Daily Gazette!
Norwegian Colon v. Olo Dull has se
lected the Western part of Pennsylvania
for the location of a colony of his country
men. The particular place is not stated.
An Incident. -'About 0 o'clock on' tho
morning after tho mngniticcnt polo was rais
ed in front of tho Scott Marquee in thise.ltv.
un old man was seen driving down Jefler-
son Avenue on his way from G rosso Pointo
into tlio city. As ho reached the pole, Ills
eye followed up its length until it reached
the glorious Hug which was fluttering In the
glittering morning light, rmfalnnincd will,
the name of tlie gnllant Scott. Dropping his
whip and lines, the- old mail Stepped upon
the sent of his buggy, and uncovering his
irrey heud, gave three rousing cheers for the
Whig Hag ,,nd quietly resuming his seat
drove on about li is business. A few hours
sfterwards that old man was met by a Loco
Foco who suid to him, "Cant. r-, J thoiiL'ht
y.iu was n lyemocnu , uui i saw you enriy
this morning cheering llui Whiff flag," "yes
sir," was the reply ''I nin a Democrat, but I
served under Scott at I, unity's Lane, and
when I seo his name floating in honor upon
my country's flag, it stirs up my old blood!"
Important Suit and Decihion An im
portant case was tried, a few days since, In
tho Circuit Court of Shennndonh conntv,
Va. The Rockingham Register, status that
ster, status that
ail, While going
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ntiout a yenrmnco a gentleman,
.lr.,ttt tin. VnIIuI. in at n m
M V h tl x n " "
kv. n.ionin, . ... inn, mi niuii whs He-
riously injured by the upsetting of the Coach.
His leg was dreadfully broken, insomuch
that Imi. mado a cripple for life. If"
brought suit against the company, claiming
damages to tho amount of 10,000.. The
J"? ".'J fll0nHP rendered a verdict for tho
has ever been tried in Virgina, and may bo
regarded as fixing the principlo that in rase
",i,l','"ness the proprietors of stage
coaches are liable fur damages in puso of
injury to passengers.
Svcoi'hascy and Profanity1. -In many i
f.l. .1.1 -t t II ft V.
of the petitions of tho Councils-General of '
tho French departments, praying that Louis j
Napoleon, "the saviour of hi- country as I
they say, will consent to Insure Its poaee !
nml htippiiii;sn "forever" by anaumlnp' the j
imperial purple, there ia that extraordinary
amount ot ndurntlon usually exhibited inUlr,;
franco towartis too moi ol tlio hour wh mh h
oceini to raise him so hiifh aa to leuvo on I v a !
Roonii.trv pmce lor any uioa. Tiiua some
timo bnf k tho Primidone win nalutcil with
tlie opoHtrophe "Thy kinjrdom comej" and
now in the Vnivers there npppnra in a criti
cinrn on al.ook recently published by Protid
Ii6n, tho following patuMitfe: ",The author
ia not content with inHulliiiir the olerirv.
Ohritlanl!y and (Jod himaelf. Ho gnes fur
ther 'w insults thoKmperor and the Em-
FiBt. On Wednesday niorning lust, at
ttbout 3 o'clock; a fire broko out in a bIioiI
djninino; the tinshop o( Wm. ArniHtronp;,
and before It could be aubiliied, destroyed
the shop, with a greater part of its cotittintH,
c"''""'t:'l lo the luildin(r i which
"ll8"uli 'ruona oi cuizuiirt. n in
potted to have orisinated from a nllo nf rhi.r.
conl, which wm put Into the abed tlio lnv
0elorc,iiin contumcd fire uuobuerved. Too i
we notice addi-1 much care cannot bo tiaod in gunrdinff a
nre: John Wvlin ' CAinxt auch ilisuKtri.ua oiTiirvniu'os . l.n.i
ns R. I
m-a.i:. t a .i . . . . .
w" uu" lo " .wiioi renuered. 8Hj.
UlUCO 1.1,1 Un. ll.. II... . ...f.m .
tllUCO and kent the lira frm
r-..- m... . r
T "1-' :.,-ul. .. ',' , ,
a UAT,0 Aoaikst SrvBtong Com. The
f ( TreneUry hn. recievod a let-
ter from theAmer enn n..n...l r .i.
nnouncihfftho Hrreatof tl.ron ur fi.,,. ....
i Bon ftllull. auppoaod to have been en-
I KHiretl In laanino-
.Advisee or ths Cboliba m Emori.--The
ace ounla from Warsaw, Poland, are of
the moat distressing character. ,Tbe chole
ra has raped there with unprecedented vio
lence. On the 18th tilt., the number at-'
tacked was 402, of whom 307 died, aoJl,
474 rases were under treatment in the hos
pital of the City. From the first appearance
'"f ihe disease about one-half of (he attack
had proved fatal, but"! alight improvement
in the returns ifave some hopes that its fury
had abated. lint, however distressine; these
accounts are, it is far more alarming to learn
that tins frightful initially la advancing west
ward. - ' :.-''
From Landsberg it seems threatening
Breslau, and its progress towards Berlin is
watched with deep anxiety; whilst north
wnrds, along the whole course of the Vistula
to the: Baltic, the inhabitants of the numer
ous towns and villages have been carried
away in great numbers. In some villages
i two-thirds of tho inhabitants have perished
:leucc. ia tlie courso ol this
di(1CMe U pnjcisey tiat which
trck f 'rs the nmt.
, I.,,,.,, . A a I .n n JA nnh j .a. I .. a
accounts are i
r()r witb grent BBxiety
i...... ..r .i.T. ,i.i. ......
A letter of the 17th, says thetthe cholera,
at present, committing such ravages in thc
neighborhood of Kalisch, arose from making
some excavations in the ccmetcrv of Lask,
noar Kalisch, where the victims of thcr.hol
ro f 1832 were buried. Almost immedf-
i tely after leaving work several of the work
imeu employed in the excavation were seized
I with the epidemic,' which has spread with
! r0,'t malignity. .
Iowa. T he ofTii'.iuI returns of the kite e
lectmn in Iowa show the following result:
In tho Senate.il Whips, 20 Democrats:
U'uaP, V nigs 23; Democrats 40-. This is
If r.l"in,y BwtifyiiiK to the WMga of Iowa.
In the Inst Legislature the Whigs had but
u IIU.ln,)(,r8 in ,ho Hou3e unJ 3 ,J the gcn.
jate. Now they have '23 in tho House, 11
'in the Senate, and one Congressman.
! "te change that! It appears that the
j lunj rlty on thu Slsite ticket was nowhere
,)VPr 20()0) nn(I tIl.lt i)r )h0 0M Congressman
elected was nbout 1000.
M IMII Tlc-iaViann Cnn 11 fFl. e. ii'ltellnn
. . .. ' .
! barque nolle arrived this morning, after a
' cruise of eight years. The captain reports
, beina at Sydney four months last year. . He
i"."? t,l,lt l,l,e statements of the immense
! holds of gold in Australia nre greatly exao-
' .,,, ,i , j u i i
ger.-itert. 1 'lie teiiiers experienced hardships
t,ut wollj S(.(lr(.,.y i,e credited.
; mother smile!" There is a biography of
! snnpie senience.
' Marshal Hatmau, the Austrian butcher
I f tbo Hungarian war, arrived in Paris,
! A"t-'l"1t 23th, after scve-al narrow escapes in
I Belgium. Ho was grossly insulted at Brus-
sels and Ilruges. It is not probable that he
will be the object of any manifestation in
' Missouri Senator. The Louisville
Courier says that Col. Benton is authorita
tively announced as a candidate for the
Senato of. the United States in 1854, and
sooner,if Senator Geyer can be forced to re
sign by instructions from the Legislature
Or luiprovt'il Stiort-llorneil .
'niporliil ly tho et'iln Vn'lry Imfmr
(Ing -'iipnny," select. d by ir.
tiur Vntl I'rraltlciii nf the Htnte
AKrlcullural Mf..rl, mtl Gcorgo
W. Itciil h,
j rpni,'.SJ''. ATTT,K have horn taVn fiTun th li8t
i , p.-aV-rii"".!'" b S"C" ''y u'f;-r':"c"
Tlu i attlo will bo nllro1, on tho Seventh ilny
I of Het'ther next. th day prrordiniz lb tiius
I' oimly A-riciliuta: I nir, t the I'min 0 Dr. fvatts,
' iViT." "vT.r .l.'i..;0 i,,,J":1''.' d ' '" P'-'"
j . '' '' mi, t s.
I ,, Alpkhmak- Hum, ci.lw.Unno S3, tHW, hlrd
hy II. (' l.nnd-. v esi I n-rliy, l ivi'Vimnt; pit l.y
I VimngWili.in t Iaiii,tvivei.inn,by Hnnm wm.
Vrv. cr.gr. i, by't.'omas (tsfilj Soo lloiil Honk,
; vol. i'. -'"
! 'Of-l '1k1' Won..;-alvo.l K.-hnury B,
m' us ii I... .lit .infin n-,.1 Ninm.i.b ,. .. .u
,,t ,v Vol.1
Sold (45JH),.lnni. Miss Allison, hv Timothy.
j;r ilatn, l.y Matchless ('14 7); vr. tr. dam hy llolvl.
ii Vii c-'rji,); cr. gr r. rt:im, by troll (ifwit; sr. gr.
V.l (-Til,); cr. r sr.
fir rtmn.liy Klicr
U. I o:.n Nki.i.v tiot hv a son of Hobuko. fvnl.
Ii, p f.tT); dam by Newton ('i.Kn)- pr dam by (iolilfind
or (J(lllfl); nr. nr' dam dy Drlver(lWl : yr nr. gr. (Ism.
r'nllair(l!!';);i!r g . gr gi- dam, hy Hirliard (laili);
gr. r. nr gr. gr. dam, bv Jupiter M1.
4. Isaac Gut by Sir Hubert (tfilO); dam. by Cher
ry, by Matchless (1427)-, gr dam, hv Har.i.pton (3(189);
wr. gr. iln.n, oy Young i.rynollno (lonl); gr. gr. gr.
d:.m, by Thnrp (I5lu): gr. gr. gr gr. dam by Vorli-
I i"r biHiIWI); gr.ijr.gr. gr.gr. Jam, by Boliiig-
! hmko (Wi); Kr. sr. gr. gr. gr. gr. .Ian, by Punch (Ml)
I 0- AiiAM Ui'd K.uiii, calved 7th Kolmiary, IHW,
; VH by Mr. John Clarke, Ald'.rough, Dailington, got
l"'-'ri.by Al1'; J"hn ( l,vkp Ald'.rough, Darlington, got
nv cnri op nrnrooroutl,.. son Itm-u HOOK. vol. . uaim
' "'I; dni by Michigan! (7IHfi;) gr. ihtn, by Boggarman
' ."'''lft Kr Tiu? '"R"""1 () gr-gr-gr dsm.
! ("lili.1")','rju"!S lKr-lir.gr. r.d.nwbyUdbry
1 0 (iA,lllnir Re'J "' whltn, calved Jnmiary 10,
. ,. reii oy mr. r swkos; got ny uorrowhy Hoy
(!J!)HU);dsin,i;iotnB,hySt.roi-t.(7IJ3):gr dam.bv (lul-
nara,uyw(iri.iKrn), gv. nr. .Ism, by Ambo(ltiOfl)
gr. gr. gr. dam by Mciimon WJilS), gr. gr. gr. gr. dam.
Pilot ( tlsi); gr.gr. gr.gr. gr.hv Ai-ami-miion (O)gr.gr.
gr. gr. gr. gr. dam, by Mr. DundU liunlow, noar )r
7 Count Kathom. ftonn, ralvod August 4, 1RSI,
n by Mr. t'awkos; got by Loid Manpiis (KMfi!));
in, Kairy Tale, bv Sir Thomas Fairfax (fitiKI); gr.
oam, ra.ry i air, uv on- i nomas rairiax (ouaii; gr.
dam by Ktilliiigton(l3J7); gr. gr.dnm.byYoung Itock-
ingnam PiMf r. gr. gr gr. Ham, h
at. ar. dam. bv KirharilMSTti 1
y Driver (I92H) gr.gr.
n. roosu vnn-inoTo!. noon, calved Woven..
lr 'wh, IH.M, got by Whit Ington,
'fnm, b j '';''" 10Sft).: Rri'
' H,,n-b n ' '
soe vol. 10, nairo
aastwh RKr.vfr.r.n. -Tloan. calved lo, bred
by M ""PPoVi 'ho proporty of J. M. Kinmennn,
ftK.VhOT ffiS. ZX't
niaicnrm iivr. uanr, rioaa Koao.
iv IMain (.11
fain (3I&J: gr.
oy loutiff Alexander
C3077;) ftr- Br- 8r' dtm D)' Mlot(i )
1. Moss Rose ftoan, calved In Iftlft, gut by Ra-
insurnrtl, I'l.S.'bJV il.t... hv Nnl.nn TJAJIkl. .1.-. k..
vonsworth dam, by Nelaon dfi-lilj: ur. dum, by
Nowton; 44li7); cr. gr. dam. by VSnndorful 700; r.
ur. ill. dan., hv ( levolnnd fUSl: r. er. ar.
I iHvolnnJ tH.J; gr. gr. gr. gr. dam,
liy Untterlly f 10-1,: cr. gr. crcr sr. dam.bv Hoi
Hull 1313' ur. gr. cr. gr. ur. gr, dam from Ihn stock
nf thelato Si.'Jnmos 1'onnyinaii, supposed to be witli
call bv Rolvillo. .
2. rUapuKnitY. Tlnan.calved In JuiU',183t).gotby
Hanker, A., dm by Kdward b!)o31; gr. dam, by No-
blo ir.7!li; gr. gr. dam. by I urrellie Jlrio); gr. gr.gr.
dain, by iMaii.ll.y JHIHlj ur, gr. gr. ar da in, by Sir
Willmiii fonlis'a Dull Wonderful 7iX)J; auppoaud to
bu w ith calf by Master Doli ill...
S. Mahy. Itosn, calved in IH50, got by the Lord
of tho Manor (104M1; dam by llulvldoni 3d 13130; gr.
dam, hy Sir Hulh-rt (01711; gr. gr. dam, by feryholina
(0131; gr. gr gr dam, Harn.iit.iil 511; supposed to be
with calf by Helville, ' . !
. Suviusk. lied, calved April Ifith 1H49, bredby
Krancl Hi-own, Esq.; got hy Twilight (0768); dam Au
gus'in (1170'-'); gr. damj.v ail ancUon ol lirwiur 5te5h
ur. gr dam, by Scarlet (-W4J; gr. gr. gr. dam, by Aid-de-t
amp (:20); sunposed with call by Whitlincton.
B. Sth iwnKimr. Cot bv Poatmaatr(9M7l dam.
Yo.ine StrnwI.Biry (vol.8, page 618,) by Guardian
Nli nr. gr. dam, by lirother to Brutus (1001: rt.a.
i.Kriii- gr, oitm, Old
I Strawberry, bv a sob ol Barmpton
gr. d.m.hy Duko. ...
I UM; see Herd llo.il. fo. 1...... ,,! o
. B' "" H""".T -. calved In March. lHBO. got
by ir ot Antrim 10!, bred by Mr 8Un.hMa,
by 4th Uwkool Nmthumborland aB4l! g, dam Whita
Kose by Artrhn aOIOllgr dim.ai'.'rhos?
horned row from Northumberland.
8. Untiwat Suit. A bllcalfrrfW.inrlaf.0tb-.n.
K"1"4!',! Hu,,klnn-J l"Skff. dim li,
tleuiari taSOOy gr. gr. gr dam, by ttaspharry 4H7M
- - AtllKftT W)UGLA8S,.Cburmil
. , WILLIAM ALLRN.
,. ' ' , CommiUee of Advertising.
i. fx""UI,A!'THl-""- by i.opoid, a ton of D'Ia
raell i!KTI I; d,m, .,, by Pahiy 73101; gr.dam, by
HulWov lltitlj; gr. gr. dam, by a ion of rairlax 10931;
Kr Rr by tihylock ; gr. gr. gr.gr. dam
whitwoithflBriifiof ... j.t .?..
THC, CIXCIXN ATI CAZETTE!
- ' - -
Club oCT wreat jr to Wfkl y, S I eacla.
J. C V Kt iS.HT'. 'C. -J WRIGHT, 1.. B." ft Rf KrN',
Killlara and PraprUiora.
Incorporated and doing buineaa under tie namo of
Thr Cinriri naCi CSazrllr 'Company.
To whom busimia Inttcrs wilt bo directwl.
H,ooO New Snbribers in Three Tenrs.
TheCiMci.ATt Oaxkttk Company doiire to in
vite titration to Ihciraavprel NeWioaDer ianiAa ilnii.
rnwu ioned, and aak for tita namo the patnuume of
the People of the Wat, to the enpitial inteivat of
wliich the papor is devotod. Thj amiior editor i
joiih y,. kuiht, who lor twelve yranrhaa b-n in
char). Ilia Inng residence in the Wei, hi vaiioua
poaiiHina, public and private relations wilh lh peo
ple of tho West. ha made him familiar wilh thuir
miiti and n rewitica Hpid h..n n . k...
wlitora. who have charge of purtkular oopaHinenta.
n I....UB. i win is ma support hi iu esl in pn
feren to Kaaliirnpap ra, the Gaxetto ia .. ,
Prlnl.il In Cincinnati en steam Prraaee,
ifvpnlheH with the earlirml liiMlia,.. . 11. .
toon, AT A DA Y AND A HA I.F, a,ul from ollur
wart in a rotrcsDtmdtorlti mknrl Mm.
i Teieyxapkie Communication with all part of
lh .minim " J
Hating Correxonndenft nflhr
in ;""Vi HVwWwjfos, New York, and other
Tliia ppi r siuvj roach tVentern poeple with the
news pai'linr than any eastern publication
We have also engaged the services ofE. D. Max
FtKLO, Miss Amck Cakky. Mrs-. Stowb, and msnv
olhers. who rOUfribute MitrmlLi
Scientific, Horticultural, Financial and Commercial
Ve atedcterminodm'bolwilitnil nni,tlin,n.rUiP.j
.111 , , I .Arr.j- T e-e-.-""
., ... ..... --..u IIH...B ui lAiMir u, niiKs our paper val
uable to every one. ma'o or lomalo. .
Tho Ga.r.tto has born ostaLlishod SIXTY YEARS
mid lias crown in confiileni-o aa a rnailinv an.! ,W,.-.
rising pa.r. Our osUblishment has changed Trorn a
log cab'n to a laro six story buiMt ig Our nreig
room lias lio bo. n ciuatly improved. Tho old fash
ioned hand presses havo boeu discarded and steam
prc-.Mes introduced W'e now havo six power presses
.. .. j ....u. .un inmiy cant, nana aim otner pros
sos Iiiatead of employing but Iwo men aslormerlv,
the number has gradually swelled to two hundred:
: " nii i.-nscu iro.n ion dollars per
wtwk to olio thousand, and instead of conducting but
uun umocn or me Dusi.uus, we now undortako to ox
ec.uo almost any loml of work pertaining to the art ol
piin.ing. Wo can fill rdiT for Newspapers, Book
work, a'l kinds of Job Priming, Rlndiiu?, Lithograph
mg, Woodc.nravinx, Stereotyping, etc. Wo stare
tins to show our oaward progress.
- . Our Unity Paper '
ContHinaa much 'arger amount of raadins than fny
othei t iiiciiin.ti daily paper W devote csnoria'
pains lc g-ttmg accurato and ro iab e nows-o are
parlicu ar'v carrfiH toavoid pors na'ltio- and vu'eari
.tjos wo scok to glva faciswo troat our readers as
ii i hoy wi re lnht ilgentmon, and give thorn auch Infor
ms! mo hearmx on th6 aubiocl. win innA , ... ik.
en tho mind . . .
mo ( iictK!ATi Oakttk wiir maintain its posl.
Hon as a leading W.i,. paper ill tho West, and its pro
nrielors and i&iunra l.av. ihih . u,:. r iw...
years, been the stea.lfi.Kt friends and advocloa of those
prinripes known as H'h'g pi iucip'os. They do not
pnrina llieir porHW b ind . In P)l ow the! behests of any
nor blind y advocate everv mosauro of Part with
out in iuir.i, whether ru;hl or wrong. V. I.jie we pur
sue that which is right, wo wju f0..w til8 4icllPB
ThoCoinmercinl lV,-wnf ih n.iie.,n
vnrv fu'l. and accuratolr made up from tho books of
thO Alorchant' Kvchnnirn -n.l . I .... .
I f : b-, - .i niuiiub ...
iiii.i.iiiiiiiuii uc nn wnodvntna Ills who'e time to the
"."VJ"''"nu a'l Iho Kinailrial and Coiiimer
Clal icwi a bllslnesa man m.i n.
As tin Advrrtisinu medium, tho Gazette
.,,,., JM .eariv auvcrliners nui.ihor near
il'.'i. minorod, and our advertising charges wi I .roach
1100 per day Our number of transient advertisers
aro very numnroua
. Our Tki-H Ktiii.v cnn'oiuiall Ihonows oflheDai'y
Is tho largest, bostsnd chespest in the Wost
4i on t;,,:u'i " cw! bo hod, as may bo soon, fur
81.' I) per annum. 'A'e commend, however, as most
saiisiACtery ana liulepondant, ahglt mUHcrinlion at
2. 1 his costs a ilit e more, but is lens truuVus. me
ami more jiatiifoctory.
We Invite attention lo tSoc'ain.sof this pnporto the
upport oflho fl'rar W ilhout in tho loast n. nying
our exortions to make tho Po itical departmnnt of the
(laolte worthy of pub tc roi.lidciico. orsullcriiig anv
bin null n in tho carnl.i Hi. .in nur ...V.
Cominercia1 department, and Iho deparlincnts of cal
and (.encra News, we havo determined to make in-e-ea.ed
exort ions to render o.ir couo. us sotnpart lor
MISOXI.ANKOUS HEAUI.NU, mora aecepmboto
In Ihis d'part.ncnt wi l a'ways ho found a careful
ly chosen nrnonl Taps, Poetry, Mora' Ksays.
Oeacriplivo and iiiiturical Xk trh.w, Hdifving and
llumeroiia lixti-arU f,..m Current I.iteralur.-; Ag.i
cul'.iiral an.l llnrlicultiiral Infornmtioii, and a column
nf mn.utngnnd inatvuclivo Scle. tiona lor the benefit
of tlio jiivcni e members ol tho Homo KlreslH". Wo
wil1 leavo neither pains nor exnenao untrleii. to ron
d ri.ur pap-r entvrtiinlng and usofui to tho llusi
i.e man and genera' reaif rand Kaniily Circle
Wo nl'i'ii s.i illitxlrationn in roiluca wood ents,
" II l,m"r "J distinguished persons and jda
Our K.Kloriai smmgonvnta aro such, that In i"
ilcps rttiienls iit' our e.lnbli.limciit w ocanoil'.ir a g.iar
",''" ' "'''"')'' rorrectness and dispatch. Knw
Wneklios in the Uniled States con'aln more matter
wo have nearly nuo third, more than any vVosdc y
li.jin t inrinpati, and each Woekly is equal to !W(I
PSgi'S Ol Sll OCISVO VO l.inn.n.l .in. n ....
with bo great an expenditure of lalior and monoy. es-
pecialli lurthe purpose ol Biim'vii1(? mstternf pocu
i..-.in, luruit, p..rK.so ol a
liar imporunce to Western
.... .nipiuuiice io western Knsaers, and ot pri.p-.r t
presenting an I roiikUt.,nt ' y advocating the ureal tom
iiii'icial aud Social Interest, of this section o' the
" i pavah ha l-yearlr .............. .ffi.iH)
IKI WLl.KLY, psjab'e alter six months ot oach
oar, , 5 00
VV Kt.KLY, t.M In ailvance: AIIM ilurin ihe .
oral tlio end of tha est, ;a,tXI
' ' THE QAZKTTE TO CLUBS
Kor the cash In nlva.ico, w4 wil.. send tho follow
mg nnmlier of- Week:lo to be stopped in all cases
when the time is oul; .
. 3 copies f..r A5, aud for each othor, 3to8. -fil.ciO
H da $10, do do N to SO.. ..$1,25
Ml lo do do 30 and upwards.. $1,(10
Ct.un AnniTtoNa New a..hrii.,inn. A . ..k
can be nude at the proportional ratoa and so that tho
time expires with the others of tho e:ub.
Ag-enta and Prospectus , ' ,
Postnastkus Ann Khkji Pap:hs. We make an
rnstinaaters aennts of tha Cincinnati f:.v....n .,i
.piestol thorn 1 1 obtain and forward subaorihurii f.,r
ua-, and wawi'l pay the regu'ar commissions on all (hoy
Wo win a'so aend to anv IWniastcr ourWeeklv.rroa,
who wi l act aa our ag..nt, and win keep our Prosper-
ruporf tip In hiaolhce.andaid iahaviiw it put and
aepi in oinor p'acoa, II ho will do.Tgnate his wish to
boptomoor U Idw0wwl7
ims is i in: n.Aui:, ail
WH HAVK JUST IlKCKIVKDand opened at our
ol tand a vory large and well aolocted Stock
V "ynng -mn timmner uooiU,
Vi.il Till.' Illllfti
Wh can b&5t.tha we havaasnico a slock of dross
goons, boniwts. ribbons, parasols, glevns, tie., os -can
a found in this city. We have also a very extensive
Htock of Gontlomen'n Wear
Of almost every priro and description. Our stock of
Jloota, Slioen, llHtN, Cotton Ynrn, MiiNlina,
lltittinu;, Ac. Ac., ;. .
tm.j i.iku iii li. iiiuwi.1 ii,a.l.Y.
As wo Intend doinc almost an exclusive ready pay
buainess, we can offer great induremonta to buyers
H'encn", Wheat, corn, Ryo. Oata, Wool.- Flaxaeed
sc., fir which tho highest market price will bo paid
, i ir wni
. . JI'LIAiN A UI.KU K.
KAIL ROAU NOTICK.
(TOTICE Is hereby given, to the Stockholder! -of
X tha Cincinnati, Wilinington and Zaneavillo Ka.il
Hoad Company, that an Instalment of ton per ennt..
Upon each share of tho Capital Slock of said company,
is required to be paid to the iindoraigned, Treasurer
thereof, at his ollico in fancaiter, on or ho fore the
KI1ST DAY OK MAIX II NEXT", and a like inatal.
moot of tan per cunt, every sixty daya thereafter un
til the whole amount is paid up.
, Uy order of tho Hoard of Directors.
JOrX KADKBARRH, Treasurer,
Cincinnati, W. ts Z.ne.vllle Railroad Company
Notks. Interest will be allowed on all aubaerin.
lions of stock, Irorn tha time paid in,, until tha road
is nptnu anu in operation.
And for th convenience of iuhacribbrs, Joir. L.
FkAauu.nr. Kmo., of ClndovUle. ha been aDDolntes
to receive inatalmeiita fronj aubarribem redding tn
Pickaway oouoiy. , ,. ., . ,
Dsmilh MoLkabt, Kaq. j of Washington, for those
residing In Fayette county, and w
LAWacarcH Vrratfirsiif. Eso-.. of Wllmlnvtnit' iVnm
those residing lo Clinton county.
jucu nAAr.r)ALiiiii, Ireasurer,
Cincinnati, W. & ZaneivlUe Eallroad oofl.pany.
February 1869 - 18
IITSTJRA1JCE, FIEE AUD SIAEINbT
'. ' t tb VaTDEaaioNcD AsXMT roa thc
PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD, CONNKCTICUT.
Policies Issued at Rates ofPrnmlnn as l ih..
of any other responsible company, bv
: ".ujam r. tmtii, jgi. rro. Ins. Co.,
, J'0T Lanatier Fairfield county
Priiita, ninghaDta, Lnwna and Shawle,
F superior quality , ca n be found in endless variety
CLOT Jl ING STOKE.
. . . Co-partnership. . ,
flVIK partnership heratofnra existing nndor tlie
J. Itrm-nsme of KRANK Hi CO., Clothing MnrchaiHs,
prai dissolved by mutual consent on tha first day ol
April. Ttiebustuetirwin hereafter be conducted un
dvt the Arm-nam ot U. SIMON & CO, at the 01.0
STANU,ttirst door Haul of Ma Hocking VaUty
Bank, whore may be ft.uhdat all times auiMH large
ad woll selected 'stock of . .,
" u . ' r.m . . I . II 11 t I'
neBuy me loininir,
For men and boys. treil-as a larga ajworlaaant ol
Shirts, Drawers. Undor-ahirU, Cravats, Hand'fa, ft,c
It must also bo remarked inai me reporr, mat
KKANK, who is ao well known for his fine fits snd
1 k.-m.U- inlnnAiilt. I Mm Inwail Mt tmend
he sroiihl .SHi.ru his friends, bis customers and the
public generally, that ho will ba ready to roceicn all
those who may'favor him witb a rail. ' ' '
Also, at the amo placa and. at all times, will be
found a lino lot of Jewelry, Notion and CnWery.
Lancaster, April !M, l6'J . ILW1"'
NEW, CIIEApT CITV TijTsiKM".
fTHE subscriber havinc located himself in Iho city
J. would most respertlully inform tho riti.ers "ol 1
hesi.ooanl surrounding rounrry, tnai no is now
opening a Shop on Colunibut street, 1Vct sile, thr't
Doors North if -fain, lor the manufacture and sale
of all kinds of . .
Till, Copper aud Sheet-Iron Wore,
Whore ho intends keeping, at all limn, a full and gen?
oral assortment, whicli will bo sold on tha most liber
al terms. Persons wanting articles in his line would
do well and savo monev bv calling on him before mak-
IUK inoir purcuaaiiF. ,n nu i. uuvuiui.iiwi i. nun (tuttii.
r. .J . ll'tl,'L'
ill wocc varra'ifcn. niiiin
JOH1HNO, Sic.--House Spouting unit Koof
ingfVreparedand ut uponthesbortostnotice,tnthe
best mtinnor, and at tlie rory lowest rates. A. W.
Jncaster,Ohio, septembu 4, 1851. , . 18
CIi;iirA'3ciSfe;ii f-.u-Htvy Ilcmovot!
GF.ORG K SMITH has removed his Chair and Bed
stead factory from the corner of Wheeling and
Columbus streets, to StatBiery's HniMing On Jtfafl
street, tten doors Katt of the Hocking Volley Bunk
niiddirertlyopposite the Clierlcercd Store. He luson-
iaikoii . uuHiiw.. bi.u ...iKnus Keepine on
hand tho targost and besi assortment of
CIIAinS mid IIEDSTRADS
over before kept in this placn; consistln;
in part, nf On no seat, Cottage, Uuatlj.
French, Scroll top, Vlllago, common and
Children's Cnairs. Sociablns and Ketteea.
AH descriptions ol rlF.DSTKADS manufaetured of
eithor Cherry, Walnut. Maplenr Sugar. -
His work will ail ha nndeof the very best materir I
by good workmen and nf tho latest and most approved
patterns. It will be inferior to none msnuractured
elsewhnre snd will be sold at the very lowest prices.
A continuation of tho very liberal patrnnogo of tho
public is respectfully solicited. H la tho intention ol
the subscriber to keep a full and general assortment
at all times, so that he will bo eJubIoiUoBccom.no
date both old and new customers with anything in hi
line. In connection with his establishment is Sir. O
L. kmrt's Cabinet Ware lloom.ao that customers cat
be accommodated with all articln requisite to com.
plot, a full asanrtmont of Household Furniture. Cal
andaoo. GKOUGK SMITH
Lancaster, November 1, IHciO. ' Sfl
tTX Jlimt aiul liluie Shop to Giosy's building, fisrt
dooroantof llu, l-'.xchangn and immediately oppoosit
Afr. Samuel Hoery's Grocery's, where they will keep
un band aud inamiincturo to order, llnota and Shoos
ol the bust ipiuliiy: all narrnnte.l and sold at. low il
ium. I leant call at the Xailrnad Hin.
Mc.F.I.UOY Si ltll,U.(JHVHSr.
Uncaulcr, April 10, IHoi . 60
cahini;t and ciFaiu siiop.r
RKMoV.VL.-T. O. Dodson has removed hi
Cabinet ar.d Chair Shop rem Conn"ll's Row, to
Me Jiwuii on Jlroad Street, South qf John Lyons'
trnecr;i,and formerly occupied by D- K. Vhhcl,
where ho will continuo t rnnnufaciuro all articles in
Sis lino as heretofore.
Collins on hand at all limns; with a good hoarse to
itleod :'uuerftU in any part of tho couiity, at reduced
rates. Thankful for past favors, ho respectfully so-
lohor to (jive gi'ntfi'al satt. taction, both aa regards prie
ii no m .unu iiuiiu in .Mimic iitiLi iiiiat.u. Jit, wit,
l.i. .... 1 1 1 V ... ...n ..,.Ki
LaitcnMcr iipiu o, ioq'2 .- nml
NEAVTON SCIILEICir, " "
Alty Si Counsellor nt l.awA omry Pnbtte.
OFFICF. In the Tallniadgo Block, second floo.t
ailtoinin iiuvor Urocd a oll.ee.
Tlarch 'JO, IfijJ
HOOT AND NIIOM ESTABLISIIJIENT.
VJ l'llll,v Inform tho ritiwnt. of Kairfwld
swtl' "and tho adjoining counties, that they are on
Itw hand as iixual, ot their old stand one door
Wost nf Slocum's Onis; Storv wilh s large ant!
spleiulid nssntrtmcnt nf overylhing in their line.
1 neir isprmi; pur.-imsns nui-o u.i.m seiecieu win:
cnrean-1 nre Hvnt than usual.
LA OIKS! Wo have taken special careil malmm our
purchases so as to please you.
We havo a little of evorythln, from a Jrmmy L.ti
BtrsKiNdown to the smallest children's ..hoes.
Wo havo also on hand and aro preptirod lo makUn
Gentlemen's lhtnleln anil Seamirtw (Initrrs, Con
gress Hoots, Stc. We also have on hand La.Ho' Gum
KlJIDlNtjiS. Sic Wo arn also prepared tofurnmi.
Shoomakersand Findini: Stores w ill. I indinsra ofeverv
description, such as Kits, fogs, Hoot-webbing, Shoe
strings, l.ar.'B, Sic.
Kole Leather, Morocco bindings, te., always on
In aildltion to tho work on hand, we are orenarod
as heretofore to manufacture everytt ing in our line.
Our own work needs no recommendation.. We hope
by propor attent ion to our businoss, to secure a fair
snare of tlio public patronage, aa wo will always he
on hand to wait upon our customers an.l do ourbost to
WANTKD. Tho subscribers will take'one ortwo
good and industrious hoys to Innrn the llnnt and Shoe
waning inuttness. iiuun, & uuitii.
Lancaster. May 19, 1852. 3
F.IUIe A DreslmchU
RK1E JTFULLY Invito tho attention oMwcliI
Kens of Lan-astcr and vicinity, to ll.cir lar.e
Hiock ol Mprinir And Nutinnor (.oods,
just Oponed, comprising every varloty of styles, pat
torn and makns in tho Kastern markuts, which hare
been selected with great care as to p. K-o ami quality,
and will bo sold aa Vow as any other establishment
can aell Wost of the Alleghany inniiDlaiua. Wo will
make additions to our stock through the siwion in or
der to keep o-ir assortment full and rcmplule. The
i.uhlic will do u'oll to call snd oxaminu our stock
helore Loving olsowhoro.
We csn say to tho Ladies that our slock of
I)reN flood, Jtihhons.Honnets A I'nrnsolf),
and all othor ariirles for their use, aro very nice and
cheap, and will bu very happy lo have you call and
exniu.no our siock.
. The Cioutlomeli will as iisunl find a heavy stock of
Cloth, CuMsimcrCP, Votings,
and a great varluty of othor Roods suitable for their
wear. Wo have 'also a largo stock ol brown and
breached muslins, diap ra, chocks., tickings, linens,
baggings, drilllogs, eoltonadea &c. Panama, loghovn,
pedel. straw and palm leaf HATS, boots and shoes,
cotton yarna, baling, wlcking, Sic.
Alan, a largo stock of wall paper, bordoring and
window blinds; Carpets and Mailing.
GlnsMvnro nil Qucciinwnre
of the best quality and latest patterns. All', you that
want a nice sett of waro, will do woll to co.no and
buy of us.
AIo, n full Stock of firoccrie '
and every thing usually kept In onr lino.
J fWA'NTKD at all times all kinds of country pro
duel, farwhirh the highest prlco will !m p.iid.
(ifloitaV: h. i.itti.I',.
SAMt'KL D. DRl'.SDACH.
hanrantur, April 13, 1W.3 N)
I.ANCA ST pit MA CHIN K FOIIN1)Ry7
CI DKVOL A CO. aie prepare.) to r.iruisli all kinds
of Stenm Kiiuines, upon short notice and
at Cincinnati and I'ittshuvgh prices.
Also, all kinda ol Mill Ueanng. iioistinc Kcroiva,
Riulslini; Screws, Jack Screws; Fuller's Screws and
Mill Spindlea of cast iron or wrought.
Bales and Drivora, Ac. Sic.
They will alao furnish tha Parker Whorl to
suit any head of water, and with either iron or wood
shaft. Also, the Atkinson Wheel fit un as above
The patent on tho Parker Wheel has expired and con
sequently they can be had much cheaper.
They also continue to make Devol'n Threnhlnit
Machine., and keep a lot constantly on hand; war
ranted tne besi in unio. -
All the above articles will bo made witb especial
care and by the beat workmen, and will be warranted.
All kinda nf reparirjg clone upon the shortest notice.
They also keep constantly on hand, ALL KINDS OF
CASTINGS, usually kent In a Foundry. Thv havo
completed thoir front shop, ao that those- who' call,
can examine cnoir wots.
Thev are also at this time mannfarrurlns' thai T.t
fell Cook Htove which received the first Premi
um at the Ohio State Fair at Cincinnati last Fall, and
will keep them constantly 00 hand.
The known nuality of the work dona at thla astsb-
tlshment lor many yean past,lsthe beat guarantee that
In future, the subscribers will labor to desire the pa
tronage of the public: They invito examination.
Lancaster, may lrJi , . a. iu.
!iantir Klnrk nf Druira Hlld AleiliojllPa n.
George Q. Bock. now offers thesamefor sale, together
with a large aud well selected new stork at the Old
Stand, known aa the City Drug Store, whero may
be found a large and ooirmleteaaaorlment of Drugs,Me.
dlcineaand Chemicals, ainu.Oila, Dye-fetutis, Glass
Ware and Window 0tsa, Brushes, GrocerievFaiwy
Ankles, &cn which aiU be sold wholeaala and 'retail,
upon as reasonable terms aa can be purchased in the
olW.. ,4 KDW4R0 i 8L0CUM.
. Lancaator, April 34, 1861 dw61
Fr lb Car t M
C0UCHS, COLDS, flOABSEXESS,
CROir, ASTHMA, ASD
Tf offering to the community this justly celebrated
BLremeoy tor aiseases or me inroai ana lungs, i,
not our wuhlotrille with rhe lives or health of the
adlictod, but frankly to lay before, then the opinions
of distinguished men and some of tho evidences of its
auaeeas, frora which they can judRo for themselves.
vva aincerely pledge ourselves ro mske no wild as- ,
.ertion. or false staloments ofll. e.lk.cy . nor ill w. ;
UoM outlay hop to suit rtitg humanity whicb lacU .
Many provfa a.r hero givpn, tind wo solirH an In
quiry from tho nubile into all we publish, foelins
aui-Acl thoy will find them porfootly nOiable, and the
medic i no worthy thoir boat coni. donee nd patrnnago.
r rum lite u.3(nu,vnca a'thtcsxot qj i nemttrrrtfana
JsTfttms.m AffAlfti It.iuwfcWa 7..IfM.
IXar Sir: I delayed aniwerimr tho ret-int ofvour
atinn. until I'ha an nnnnrtnnitv f im:.;.
Us effect in my own family, oi In the families of my J
This I have now done with a hi(h rioffreo of satis,
taction, in cases both nf adults and children.
, I have found it, aa its ingredients show, a powerful
remedy lor colds and coughs, and pu lmonarv diseases.
PA nvvu PI V ' r.i .wh M r
, , - vu.n . j-.uaei'i
' Brunswick, Maine, Febrnary 6, 147. .- . -
Fromtrn (MrsetrU thc Hamilton Mills in thisrily.
' MwsU, Auuuat .0, J849.
Ir. J. C. Ayer: I havo been cured of tho worst
cough I everliad in my Iifo, by your "Cumst Pro-
tokal, ana never latt when 1 Have opportunity,. ol
recommejmuis it to otnors. , lours, rospecttuiiy.
S. D. KMKRSON.
liXnuKU,(,lts '""owing, ana see ii mis meu.c.ne ib
wor th a trial. This patient had become very feeble,
and tha effect of tho medicine was unmistakcably i
UmTEn Statjcs Hotkl.Sas atooa Spbi-os, ,
July 6, 184H. :
Dr. J. C. Ayer-Sir: I have been afllicted with a
painful affection of the lungs, and all the symptoms of
nettled consumption, for more than a year. I could ,
find no modiclne that .would reach my case, until I
eonunencol tho use of your'-CHKHRV Pkctobai.,"
which (--avemegradunl ruiiof, and I have been stoadl-'
lygaiuingitrangthtiU my health is well nigh restored.
While using your meilicin.', I had the gratification
of curing with it tny roverend IVh-nd, Mr Tniman.of
Sumpter District, who had been auspended from his :
parochial duties bv a severe attack of bronchi' is.
. I have ploasure in certifying those facts tJ you, '
And am, air, yours respectfully, !
J. F. CALIIOUN.of South Carolina.
TTThe following was one of the worst of cases, 1
wuicn inn puyniciausa.iu.riui.ris iiioogui to us ncur
i CiiKSTteu. Pennsylvania. August S-2, 18 W.
J. C. Ayer,-Sir-I was taken with a terrible cough,
brought on by a old, in the lciinning of last Februa
ry, and was confined to my bed more than 3 months.
Coughing incessantly night .ind day, I became ghastly
andpale. my eyoa wcro sunken 'a'nd glnssy. and my
breath vory short. ' Indeed. I was rnpidly failing, and
... .... ...ni,. ur. in. .irrn.il. .um tih. 11.11V i...iv .'. my ; m:r iroBvi. hiiiik. unr eireumwisnciie wiiuiaver. fis-
recovery could bo entertained. While in this aitua- ' ""erpue uert.liciiie.al tl hisl.i rwiieciubilitr are puliliaksd
lion, attend ofmine,(the Rev. John Keller, of Iho j '" "" which oradwnbu.ed ,miiiouriy . .
hlethodtst church) brought mo a bottle of Your Cnint- PILES.
RV I'kotoiiai., which I tried more 16 gratify him.tlun omplnln ef a most painful character, is
from any expectation of obtaining relief. Its good.!,, . IMMEDIATELY BELIEVED,
effect, induced mo to continuo its tio, an i I soon found iu.il a unre follo.r. by b few dnri n of this article: it li for
my health much improve.1. Now lo three months, I J?0 onr ether preparation for tin. diseiue, or Ibr anr elect
am well and strong, and csn attribute my cuioonly to . '"" ' impure blood, ft p.imphlei.
your great medicine. With tho deepest gratitude, ' ' ERUWIVB DISEASES -yours,
ric. JAM Kb GODFREY, I wHI find ike ulimti.e preiKniea of Uiis article
rRKPAHKD BY 3. 0. AVVH. CIIKAIIST, 1.0WPT.I., SIAB ( ' PTTRrFT TTTV nTntlTl
Sold in LancAstorby K. L. Slocum and Dr.M.Z.Krcl-1 oni ,ri,. rvL iif f . J, u, ,
anr andhvr,i.i.la-i.nr.mllv I hrn., irl.mil .1.. Rhta. I iyT'-T?.," '?f'f $ VrnnMtl, to,
March 11 1863 ... 8m46
Kntersd sMoordtni to Act of rnhflrces, In tbe yeaa?
' 1661, by t. 8. IIOUGUXON, U: 1), In the clerk's '
Office of Un District Court Ibr the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania. . 1
. Another Scientific Wonder!
GREAT OURE POR
Dr. aj. 8. HOUGHTON'S
TIIF. TRUE '
OR, (a$TRIC JUCK.
Prepared Irom Rkhitkt, or the fourth Stomach or
tiik Ox, alter diroctlona of H ihom Likbiu, the
frost rhysiologicalchomM.by J.S. Houohtom M
). Philad Iphla, Pennsylvania
This is a truly ironderful romcdy for Imligestton.Dys
pepsia, Juandice, liver complaint, constipation, and
Oubility, curing after future's own method, by
Nature's own Agent, the Gastric Juice,
jyltnifa toaapoonfui of I'rpaix, infused In water,
will digest or dissolve, Vive l'ounils afHoast lltcf
in about two hours, out of tho stomach. ,
PF.PS1N Is tho chief element, or Great Digesting
Principlo of tho Oastrlc Juice the solvent of the I
Foorf, the Purifying, Preserving, and stimulating
Agent of the stomach aud Intestines. It is extracted
from thi'diuostivo stomach of tha Ox, thus Ion.. ing
an Artificial Digestive- Fluid, prccisels lilt tha na
tural Gastric Juice in its chemical powers, and fur
nishing a rnmpleto and perfect substitute fur it. Hy
the aid of this preparation, the twins and tevils ofin.li-
urstiun and rfyspopsia are removed, just as they would
bo hy a healthy stomach. It is doing wonders lor Dys-
Septirs, rut log cases ol Debility, emaciation, nervous
ecline and dyspeptic consumption, supposed to bo en
tho vergoot tho era re. The Scientific evidtwo upon
which it is baaed, ia in the highest decree curious and j
(iCWXrit'W EVJtR'W " .
BARON I.1KBIO in his celebrated work on Anim:1
chemistry, asys: "An Artificial Digestive Fluid, ana
logous tn the (iastric Juice, may be readily prepared
froio tlie mucous membrane of the stomach of the C.lf,
In which various articles' of food as moat aod egta,
will be softened,-changed and digested just in tho
aame manner as thoy would be in tlie human stomach."
Or t'O.MHK, in liis valuable writings on tho "I'hy
biology of Dlgosl ion," observes that "a diminution of
thediio quantity pf tha Gastric Juiroia prominent
and all-prevailing cause of Dyspepsia;" and ho ntut.'s
that "a distin ui.ihed professor of ttieiliciin,' ill London,
who was sovrely ailiirted with this ctmiplaint, find
ing erorytliing elm tn fail, had lecnur.se m tho Gas
tric Juice, ohiniued from the :tnn.a.'liH ol living oni
maW, which proved completely virecs-iful."
Dr. GRAIIA'M, author ofthe famous works on" Ve
getable Diet," nays: "It is a rcmi.rlsM.le fact In phy
siolngy.that tho timiacha of aniinals, macerated In
water, impart to tlio fluid tho inopertv of dissolving
various articles' of food, ami ol eH'ui'ting a kind ol or.
tiflctal digestion of them in no wtso dilleront from tin.
natural dignutive process,"
gJ"Callou the Agent, and get a Descriptive clrcu
br, gratis. giving a large amount ol srli-ntilic evidence,
siinilnv to the above, tna-ethnr with reoorts of romurk.
ablo cures, from all parts of the United" Statos. e
As a JJyspepsia Vurer, .. -
Dr. HOUGHTON'S M0P6IN haa produced the most
marvellous oti'ecta, in citrine: cases of Debllitu. Km a.
elation, Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic ronsumptioi.
r in ....ji,.s..u.e eu Klve me ooiai.s ni cases in me um.
its of thiaadvertiseinontjbutauthouticatcdcerlilicntes
havo been givon of more than Tioo Hundretl remark
able cures, in Philadoh.hia.Now York and Uoaton alr.no.
Thoso were nearly all dosperato cases, and the cures
were not only rapid aud wonderful, but permanent. '
It is a uroat Nervous Antidote, and Darticu.nrlv
useful for tendency to bilious disorder, liver torn.
plaint, fever and ague, or badly treated fever and
ague, aod the evil euVts of Quinine, Mercury, and
other drugs upon the Digestive Organs, after a long
sickness. Also, for excess in eating, and the too free
use of ardent spirits. It almost reconciles Health
wttn jiitenipcroi.ee. ,
Old Stomach Complaints.
There ts no form of Old Soniachcomplaints which
It does not a ein to reach and remove at once No
matter hnw. bad thoy may be, it gives instant relief.'
A aingledoaeremovoaall the uuploasant symptoms;
and it only needs to bo re posted for a ahort time to
make these good effects permanent. Purity tf Blood
and vigor of Body follow at once. It is psrticular
ly excellent in cases of Nat' is. Vomitinv. mmn.
soreness ofthe pit of the stomach, distress afteroatimt
lii.- mIJ .fik. Ill I 1 1 . nL
Tl w .'i uiimi, .ueaviuesa. .townesa ol
pirU,deponderrcy, emaciation, weakness, tendency
to Insanity, suicide, Ac.' ' '
Dr. HOl'GHTON'H PKPStN. I. aoU hn.,.i..ii
the dealers in finedrugs k PopularMedtcine,through
put the United Sutes. It ia prepsred ia Powder and
Ip fluid form and Prescription vials for the use of
Prinata Orcula-s foithe usa ef Phyaiclans, may
beobUined of Dr. Houghton or his AgenU.deacribjng
the whole procoss of preparation, anj giving the au
thorities upon which the claim of this new remedy
are based. Aa it Is not secrot remedy, no ohleetlnn
can be laisod againat its use by Physieians'ln respecta
ble standing and regular practice. Trice,! per boiUs.
II rreaa:avB this: r.yery oonia oi uie genuine
PKl'SIN boars the written sis nature of J. 8. HOUGH
TON, M- solo proprietor, PliUadelphia, Pa. Copy
right and I'riula Mark seeured- .
' rraoid'oy all Druggists and Dealers tu Medicine.
SrenfV-DWA'llD Li'SLOOD LmcArvaiiir''
u-i". .,-; : J.IM. Winaoir, Newark' S'Ul
Taoop It Fioxakbt, Circleville; n
March26, 0-Hopmts, CoLemaus ' 47
"WESTERN HEW YORK '
COLLEGE OF HEALTH
Xo. 207 Mali Street,' Buffalo, S, IV
V1L O. O. VAUGHN'S
imii uiiTMt mm
THIS oalabrataa asawilr a, aeiamallf laaMatas ka Ousts by
4 lae asany aaras ll a. awalnf - - '
ALL OTXB TEI WOELD.
tl has now bsooa tAi saasierM fmr mmxiis auM, aasl at
aartlualuly tiwiisailia rer
all siaaaa as tails castplaini Isaasadlslslr aihayad, m aaaiu
Kf haw loss .laadins. Hos PmmskiH for TuUmunw- TMl
tlMMuaa. aa rrishltul aiCHot.KRa. and Uwslow an.1 draCMllul
arosraas of tk atslailr. bkmtm Um inura u a wtiwli
randm Uw paiinn aUsrlr aaalila l awts, farawontal ila aaast
dtolfvaung faalufss. -
It now tMm to thd tvmaity n4 FhyMoiut aw It polilloly
nf! .111. w'nh nrt'eot anreasi. I At an arwa whn htia
IM any CM who ni
had a ymiitom of Umiwy, of any ehnrautw ki thaiaTtkuT
it ibjr would avoiu Ut amiataml
APPLICATION Of THE KNIFE,
t perioral tha ayium and lot tha acniiialutd water flovif
away, eniy to ttu ap asa.n, aan nnauy w anu in a. .traoamf
biffUi.a,il iW wlft U fnir uiL .
and alt ribaaiw'of tha urinnry orn I for tftm AUtwrntintt
oumplaMiU, It aiamli hIom ; no otlw artiel can rrlivo yoa;
and Ui Quraa toatinad to will cunvinoa tiw moat akapuual
- DEBILITY OF tHB SYSTEM,
wmk back, wenhnwt of tho Kklnaya, lee. or .nflnmmaiiot.
of aamu, ia loimeiliiitety ilivul hy a few daya oo of thla
aanucius. ami a son a. always a mall Hsasa. ll atiiaila a
A CERTAUT REHXDY ,
Ibr saok aoaspkiinu, ana alae fat 4araianumU of the lasaol
raaiQULABITIES. buTpsessioks, 1
pnir.ri.1 mstuu-ttBtlona. Ne arucls hat entr base m ferminrmi
this, which woukl tonab Ihi. kind of dsranfmnui. It star
I ""v"1 iwaa sua. am. anwun isaisuf , sou . wm in.
i iMrnuuae to oe so, oHSHi give
a TWDTTSAlfD HAKES "
t4-,lwf ,,.... di.trs-is, l ., n,pluitt. 8
numniiWl. AU brokea .town. deltilitaUMl cotwlilutions, front
uw sifcct at mrci.r, will And tha Ixaeiaa poww o th.a sru.
tin?tf.iXSt '' MM"Md' 'Mn,, i'"ui
i Tlw 1 di.iinot tmnis whkh eompaw ibis article, nanb
,rn .nenaw.res iinruciimnr in m siiihiosiioh oi iiis ooia.
pottiul, for the 4li.trea.iDa cIum ol cosipl..ints wluch neud
r'qr aanuirisa than pas bean a sad ia lbs
amth ol barops.
CEBTAIR BOTAHICAL AOENT.
which In all diwn.w ar iteranrfmsata of ths fcanuu. fraaw.
olitftriiclMns. .lilflrnlliaf, painl..! nMn.tn.atiorur Ats.. S.-S
allwUMl a era. Tl.i. root Is inilirmoni lo our soil, aud hunm
la kuKa ununlilitN, snd as a nwil-clnal properls, staads wila
nnl an equal ; il form, one of tha compoundi in the twapara.
Uun. whtub, as a whols. Is las dmi asariedr aver aivsa u a
iislslitaUMl fen...!-, t tl is sura, and lbs yu..n will bs mlonsi
u. hnlilt lr ii. .ins.
For the relief ol all Syravathallu Diieaass nttentl-ant on prss-.
naner : il nllayi tlwas UMtjvsHns and painful troublss whiob
ptWn occur both lo ranrriud ann unnamed females, and re.
ainvee those periodical obytriwiians wbick ariae froaa asavta
CONSUMPTION ann Livali CoapLittrr, Siosu Bis.
sum, InttimmtUkm itf (As ,. Cntks, CsUs, Hearts.
JVitkt Swt.it, Weaknttt. 4-0., tor all Uxa estaasi as
Medicine has evac besn lla auaal.
. CANCERS, FEVEB S0BES, BCSOnTLA, '
m 8W KM.ED JOI NTH. H ARD TUMORS, sm-Z SPINAL
AFFECTIONS (Ai. Medicine km snd it i.nf Ae s-l
easrs; ! as ne tfiUlat with tSttt evmrUmU, er asp otktr,
ketilntt Is fry (Am Mmiieine, at a cure ieuU oaaTAlNLT rt.
lull from its , Usrs teing as Meiiiint an seftn 1st
wvrta ... eyse.. iu. an Jtgemu ia. set a rampaltt.
FETCH AND AQUX.
To the am Wen sspMisllr. snd whsiesar Ifcsss com.
platnle prevail. Iliii medicine is oilered.
NO JrrNEHAl AQE1TT, -
no deleterious compound ie a part or this mixtaiv, ft earn
lhee dtKMM with uertuii.tr and uelerily, and dues not leuvs
she ej-.ien. ton.id.
lib eiude of n alone. And h pnrrlr a Veaeul.lo Prcpara-
Hsuimon. l cure. i.. nil iIIim Vhil. ik. 11.. 1. T. ..i
bwnunil .will .101 permit lo ue nuuml here. Aaenta aire then
awnjr : I her contain U panes of orruliuaua of lush uhanutei.
and it strunacr 1
AEEAT Ot PKOOF
of the tirliieji.fa nwlioine, nerer appeuraih ll boas or ths
smnlurr lesluna ul Him artiuh. Uisl it nefer rt.il. Ie IsnwAl in
anr ciwe, nud ll l.une and uiikIs ure l.fl lo build u.iun lei lbs
n.iprRil-il and llnserins- invulld
' HOPE OK,
and keep In kins die medicine us Itnii us lhare Is aa Uapapra.
swat, Tlie miirie.r would
CATJTIOH THE PUBLIC
Asoinsl a number of articles whlul. come out anrier the hM.1 of
SARSAPAR1LLAS, STRTP3, tn,.,
as enres for llrair, Bmvel, fcc: Tlwy ..re aoort rot nttbint,
and QunisKUsl lo sail tlut nnwarr t
TOUCH THEM ROT.
Their inventor, never ihousl.t uf ci.ri.is .Huh .1 lilt thu)
arlltile hud tlttnu h. A puniuulur tulr of Ihe Ria.ihlcl ia
A senu tutd nil who hdl ihe nrtiule nre
GLAD TO CIRCULATE
trnli.it..ii.lT. Pal up in 80 lis, br,llle,cl l ; 19 os. do.nl
all cla. each llw larger liolduist! vs. mereU.un two .mull but.
Un. lAmk tut nnd not set mpvttd Kverr bollle has
Vnnslin VesMuble l.ulionlripilc Mialiire." blows anon
llH. ulnw, I lie written Msiuiture of " (i. C. V:nihu ' on the
d.rMl.ons, uail"G. C. Vunshn, BulTalo," stampei tn 1st
trk. None oilier ure Keiiuine. IVimml l.y fir. (J. V.
Vnns in, unit will ut the PrirwipHl Dltice, HU7 Main ureel.
Hulli.lo, al wlmleaale ami relail. No munition aiven to let tare
an fw iKt paid iiost paid letters, or verbid couaiunkialiona
will. Ml. ill advice, promptly altenilnl to, s ruua.
VVIiohwile Asetiu, Dl.toll, MvKeMou c Robins. No. 1S7.
Maiden l.sne, New VkIi Cur i Mm. E. Kiil.lsr at Co., Boa!
ton ; O. 8. Hard. all At Co., Oluuiniuli ; J. Owen Al Co.. De.
W'Sl S"" If bay, Cl.u.u.o; Jr-ik Al Hull, Cleveland l R.
b. Seller., I'.ll.b..rh i VViner a. Xiine, llumiltoa, C. W..
Mid lor ntle by all tlie RepeuUible Dressuu Ihroushoal tha
Ufritod Stales and Canuda. aad at Mull br
t os-nl Agents "insjiee.
U. Kautln.an N lo., ( o .I.ancast r: Leonard B Bro
ther, Basil; Shaw nnd Hutchinson, West Hushville;
1). B. Keiuturrd. Lithrunlis: O. H. Mmller. Fomarset:
Troop nnd Fickhart, (Jirclorillc; II. nry King,Tsrlion;
Dr. 1). A. Fisher, Baltimore. July 29, 1H61 IS
VKR HALF a Millinnof Tostsmonials have been
received by the Proprietor of McAUstcr'i ALL
:-Hf.:-'-- HEALING OINTMF.NT!
U-fJi' "rom Physicians the most
fg akilfnl a n d celebrated.
'sp'-iK Irom Uounciiiora learneu
limine law, irom judges oi
Jlcolohritv on the Bench,
from Ministers of the Gos
pel, whoso undeviating in-
legrity have made them
, shining lights in the path
'j? of Truth, from enllehton-
ed Professore. from acute
' ..f w., a I a i I A a n.w,.
an.l tl groi. among ma.iKind all of which, without
one dissenting objection, pronounce this Ointment to
As Jay by jny it unnl.trnsivciy extends Its apntrri
of action along tho borders of our vnat country, and is
circulnicd throughout its extent, now evidences of its
poworond new priHitsof I's effiracy aro continually
developed Three miltiovs of boxos, applied todis
easn wtlhi'i the last four yesrs havo established the
astoiin.liiis fsct. beyondtho power of cavil or cont a
ilictien, taat it is iio'Ai.libi.jc in the cure of all Tu
mors, tllcori, Sores, lim ns, Tetter, Piles, Scrofula,
Kryainel.., chilblains, scald Head, sore Eyes, Quinsy,
croup, Rliouin.-.tism, Broken Breast. Ague jn tho Face,
corns, &c. It completely restores the Insensible v:h
spiu ation, and by this means opens those avenues by
which nature iiite'nilnd tooxpnltho morbid mstter of
the body thus is tho system cleansed: the blood pu
rified: and tho health roiilored.
It has power to causo all external sores, Scroful
ous Humors, and Poisonous wounds to discharge
thoir putrid matter: and thon heal thorn. It is rightly
terinu'V All Healing, for there is acarcoly a disease
external or internal, thst it will not beneYit. I have
nsrd it forthe last fourteen years for all the dlseaiol
of the chestf conminption arid liver; involving the ut
most danger and responsibility; and I declare before
heaven and man, that not In oneainglo rase has it fail
ed to benefit when the patient waa within reach of
J. McALISTER. 141 FuIon-st.,NewYork.Sole Pro
prietor. A. &S. II.vrKT, Agonta for Ohio.
Sold by K. L. Slocum and Otto W. Kraemer, Lauras''
tor; K. KalbjHushville; W.W.Reod, Carroll; M.Camp
boll. Pirkertngton; Leonard and Brother, Baail; A. E.
Mitthotf, Lorkvillo; Samuel Bartlot, Winchester; J.
F.ndslev, Lithopolie; E. Geohcgan, Baltimore; J.Clay-
Fool, New Salem; J. and S. Honbee, Amanda; Daniel
lawkin, Sugar Grovo; Ashbaugh and Bocry. Bremen.
October 23. 1851 28
VI CKI J ., i a, uuiud
CURAT ItEVOHITION IN I'ltANCE. .
1AM just now receiving and opening out a large;
and woll selected '
Stock of Spring nml Summer Goods '
which I am determined to soil as low aa any other
House in Ohio.
; I.ADIGS AND GENTI.KMEPT
who wish to purchase will find the following articles'.
to-wit: ' '
Dress Silks, fancy end plain; Silks do.( Fancy Lawns,
Silk linreee., Fancy Delanos, Calicoea. Qingbana., .'
White snd fsncy Ilobes.embr'd; Pasasols and Fans,
Worked Cuff', Sleeves and collars: Bonnet Ribbon!;
French and fancy rlowors; droaatrimmiiuzs;
Dross buttons, of all sorts; silk and linen bradei;
... ,-v, New Style Jlonnetn, ,
Edgings and lace; black silk lace; new atyle bloomer
combs: superior Polka; Marsuiilo Vesting;
Cloth and cassimeres, Sattlnet, Jeans and; tweed;
a....... ... . . . , t ... i i . i .i.,
Muslins from j to 1 i yard wide, sheeting)
iiieaenea masiina, couon yirns, uc kings. Digging;.
Icehorn and I'alm Leaf Hats, new stylesv
Batting and Queensware. a very large stock of
BOOTS ANB gHOLW . .. .
arid prices to suit customers. . . f . .. i, ...
All those who. will tavor mewub cU before they
buy elsewhere, will be saving money bv doing so.
'Lancaster, April 17 ' JACOB PLOUTj'
i ; 3O.OO0 coplca seld in yeur.
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Church and Sacred Music ever published posses-,
ing many great advent. go to the. leaner, ovef
vary other Book extant, r - ,
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