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Hlji VtclU Gazette.
CITY OF LASCASTEir '
Sattirdar Evoulngr, Oft.
I - - - "i a - T- th. T.f nninbrt 6fthr""''""Al.l.I AimmJti
answers: BREAK D O W'.V American. Manufacture,
" Wlitst great civil acl lias urne-ai 01 u.i i A)U g Market fnr England
ever performed! ils ne ever i.m. ...
' State Lr-sfislaturei The inswer it niK mm,
it,. ,. bfn in Conures! N'. Ha et
" TksCooiiTrFai &conJP"y Tbctt- ;eer been io the St.iii.U-! Nc. lUshoever
ten-Unceon yesterd.y if.nythinff, lar- i been in the C.We, No. Ha. ho c.er
net a) at iurrijii ii niton
er been aOoiiimissionur to iiiuktfu treaty !N.
Hh he ever bi'tn in a Convention to frame
a Constitution! No. Has he ever been n
a committee to draw tip a public law! No.
After that, we suppone the question may
an well bo eiven up; and yet we have heard
of men, who have fibred in ne.u.er puce, ; . r - . ,
and haw, when occasion required, proved j '
themselves more competent than men who , QrFri m the London Times (old date.)
h.vp .noutt life time in uoh services and ; .."When the Celt has crossed the Atlantic,
evlb mude their murk. We mijjlit repeat
the question with a variation.
Has Gen. Pierce been in it State L-i'la-turo!
Yea. What did lie do! Nothing.
Has he been to Congress! .Yes,
lie do for his country! Nulling;. lias
ger thaa on the day before, and tho same
manifestations of pleasure were exhibited.
The immense crowd of spectators did not ap
pear to weary in their examinations of the
many article on exhibition. We noticed
several that were not entered until the sec
ond day. Among the attractions lhat ex
cited considerable interest and which we
neglected to note on yesterday, waa the ex
hibition of riding horses by Ladies. Seven
or eight made their appearance, who man
aged their horses skilfully, nnd attracted rath
er moro aueuiiuu uy uu-ir ui-uuiy ui piio-'ii,
dress and posture, than the horses them
selves. The Judges, however, of course
took good care not to have their minds at
tracted in this way.
The awards were rend offin the afternoon,
and as far as we can learn five putty gener-
- a! satisfaction. This' at last U the most
delicate part of tho whole affair, as it is im
possible in all ensesto please all. Mistakes
wijl necessarily occur sometimes, and hence
the gratification experienced by the great
body of spectators in noticing the general
- acquiescence in the awards of the Judges.
The committees were generally well arrang
ed aud manifested a desire to give genera)
satisfaction by a close and attentive exumi.
nation of every article assigned to their judg
J. T. Bruce, Esq., in the afternoon, modo
I very excellent and appropriate address,
which was listened to attentively by as large
a crowd as we have seen gathered for such
purpose for many years. , "
We suppose that the Secretary will, in a
day or two.prepure the list of awards for pub
. We pay add in this coniiurtiun that our
friend Kraemer, who had the preparation of
the eatables ftr this vast crowd, and had no
idea of the number that would tax labors,
perlorined his part to the sathfuclion oftlio
many who patronized him.
.. Take it all in all, it is undoubtedly ahead
of any . County Fair that litis been held in
tho State, and considering the fact that it is
the first attempt, it shows the great interest
which is taken by tho citizens of our county,
in all things that tend to improve our Agri
cultural resources and advance Domestic In
dustry. The next will, without doubt, pre
sent more varied and increased attractions.
The list of premiums will be published at an
earlier day, and many articles will be includ
ed which were necessarily left out at tho last
. Fair. These things will stimulate the do.-
. r... t .'. a '...' .1 i
nitv lur luijjruvcmuiiv Biuuug must) cugnjBU
in the Agricultural, Mechanical and other
departments of Ifome Industry .and will add
greatly to the valuo of their productions and
the wealth of the county.
fj-From the London Dispatch. -"Tho
two parties-of tho Republic, Whig
and Democrat that is, Conservative aud
progressive, Protectionists and Free Trade
appeur to h -ve marshalled thfir forces,
and selected their candidates Tor the coming
election. Every ENGLISHMAN, of al
most every cluss, REJOICES in the expec
tation of success, for the Democratic, Pro-
From Wilmer and- Smith's Liverpool
Time. , ,. ......
"As feeards 'England, public sympathy,
it is needless t.o say, is enlisted on the aide
of -thd Democratic candidate. Not that
General Pier.-e in considered the better man.
Far otherwise. He is merely accepted J
a the nominee of that great party in the
Union who desires to push tho principle of!
free trade to its utmost limits
been in the Senate!
he LnfriiiH. for the first lime in In lite, to
consume tho manufactures -of this country,
and indirectly to contribute to it customs.
.1 I .l
We may possible live to see tne uay wucn ,
the rhief product of Irelai d will he cattle, 1
What did i""11 English u Semen me mnjorny oi uer ,
. population. The nine or ieu urn nw ui i
l""l , ... ...1... I... .1.... limn u-ill linvi uettlfrt 111 i
irinu, who ov mm. wmh ...... ...
1.1 ."till Hit AX I) . COAL!
ni e ICiiililfi" iiikI Ifai't-lliuii'.
CIIHF. subscriber is row psUl-liahl g in fcXTEN-
1 SIVL LUMBER iAUD,
i Glr.)4 Wl.iirf,-fool of Columbus Mt
tUgH "trt:l4 I.MM-n.ii-r,
mid tntiiiiHH V ping coiihUut'- on hnd tl! binds ol
l.nmtvr ind ot lur ita'o.
Ilia Hxt. n-iB cqu lintanco aiU unowleilReof Lum
ber, will enable him to lict th lw.st' qu iWtirat. nd
Mill t irh prii-rs, us will ui-.lil lh pitioiuguof a
liU.I.DKUS AND Ct'NTK W"TOR8
fnlrwl MoonllBir to Art nf OrifTfi, In II jm
kjr rf. S. 11-iuoiiru?!, ni. luinerivrKl
Ottic of tha Ilulrli4 Cotut Ibr th tartars
Llatrlct of iMnuajkraoU.
Another Scientific "Wonder!
GREAT CURE FOR
Dr. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
Fr tli rapid Can of
COUGUS. COLDS, IIOAKSCXESS, ' '
CROUP, ASTORIA, AND '
INoflerlng to tho coiiiinuintv tlii jiwtlv rotobratpd
remedy for Jiiease of ibe throat and lung", ilia
t our ih totrille with the uvea orlinaltli nt tno
WESTERN NEW YORK
COLLEGE OF HEALTH
, N. 207 JlUla Street. Buflalo, N. T.
- DR. O. O. VAUGHN'S
TlllSoilabraiad laawrfr ) eofnuallj hnwaataj HatkaMbf
11m aUMf aarat U M aiakias
AIL OTIB TBI WORLD,
h hu nw k-oH a ntiirim fmr ami m, aas k
aHMalafbr laooialaaaail lot
tow atul drMillul
r 1 i . . i.tiiifuJ l.ti CrariLU-! lu rnrn them tha ODinirrt
i tin mm dm on purrnaymx imuw r.ere. i i : '
1 f-MtMvtH.Uo lurnlshtt Wholal? .ml Retail, of dutincuwhPtJ monard mmiio ni me wi rn ......
LI UK Bn,t CV.vr. VT.tf. ...n..i-i.,r mi. it v. auscpsa, Iroin which im-y can juuKo wmoiu.... rtT.
lk nviii i.t t'n3 ol 1 unxim.ttmt a nimble Sixpence
U bttiT Hun ow M'lillii'g" ray twinn will 1h cash.
Auj'i.f 31. . W.M. J. CM!!).
OK, (JASTKIC Jl I( IV
Yev .' What did bedoT tie ij!tt.d Smle. cannot lie less fripmlly to
Voted againat River' and Harbof Improve.-! England, &. will CKRTAINLY BE MUCH
menta; aCaiiirt relief to the old Indian fight-1 BETTER CUSTOMERS to her than they
. , i ;.i.- ...m a ,u. ow are." ,
c i.otiupk; sxoni:.
Pi-tnorbip horetnfni i:tini( un
linr-iiama of KR ANK CO., t'.pthiii Mei rhut.
BUIcosi, Iroin whlrh inry can juue lor mciu.'unT. n-jiu i: tn-m i-i hib it;i.xui o t nMat-n v
We 'inci'itly I'Ii-Hrii ouiwlvoa to inaho no nu as-- iiik us, ain.r uuciiii'iia oi jiakoh uitaio, mo
aertiou or la lav .tati'im nta of ita liicacy, nor will we j great lh aii.lnjical ihiMiiist.by J.S. liouumoN M
hold out any hope to 4Ulf rng humanity which facta j I). M:lUil Iplua, t'l nnaylraiiia
will not arrant. : " J " '"' r -
dreu of revolutionary soldiers; against a pen
sion to the widow of Preideht Harriuon.
Has he ever been in the Cabinetl No. For
eign MiniHtor! No. Has hb Evtn uekk m
A CollVEHTIOH TO FRAMB A HEW CoNsriTU-
Tioiil Yes. So haa Judge ummey i
Col. Mcdill! Ml 1
But what civil act hag (Jon. Sctl done!
Many. We refer to the Maine . JJouiinary
question; we refer to tlih Canadian Uoriler
feuds; the South Carolina difficulty; the
Chorokce difficulty i his government of Mex
ico; his mission to Europe by appointment
of President Madison. I not that enough
forany REASONABLE man!
Tiie(i'beat Costest rT To Comb. We
wera about toofl'er some farther suggestions,
as to the comparative insignilicance of the
elections just held, in Pennsylvania, Ohio
and Indiana, compared with the great Nu
tiotiul Contest of the Second ol November,
when the following, pat to the purpose, met
our eye in llio uallimorc rairioi:
The Uullte yet to lie fouM.TM extrava-
irnnt joy which tho supporters of General
Pierce evince at tho seeming success their
party friends have gained in recent elections,
In an article on tho fisheries, in which it ; u:rln i;r.u
refers to future negotiations for a settlement
of this question, on terms most favorable to
England, the LONDON TIMES? My: j
"But in the present state uf parties in the
Union, the time is ill chosen to press any
Mich negotiations ut all. I he pru
dent cyurse, therefore, would hove been, to
give notice that the privilege ef fishing ue
youtid the limits of 1818 would be withdrawn
NEXT YEAR, arid the provisions of that a
gTeenient moro strictly enforced: and then
io nwait. the effect which the PRESIDEN
TIAL ELECTION may have on the policy
of the American Government, and on its ne
gotiations with ourselves."
Mini- nr.iif arn horo elven. and we lol'i ll an in-
quiiy fn.in I he public into all w publiah. fcwling s-aun-d
thoy mil. Ami lh-in perf'olly roliallc, and the
nifdu'inn worthy thfir b.tronfuloiu- ami patronaito.
From tin tliatingu'ahrd Frofi .tr vf Vhemiatry and
iintrta liinrirtL. ntnpam irUuriiC'
aa ilisKolvrwl hy miitul emiaont on the first day of , p,.r Siv: I di luvwlamw-t-riii),' Ihn rwoipt of your
April. The hiia'inoaa will hnwslW herondui-tod un- i ,.r.pa.atloii, until 11' had an opjioitunlty of wilnoiaing
h-r ih firm-nainit ol ti. SIMON tk CO., at tin. OLD j,, cHoctain niy own family, oi In the'taiuilicaof my
STAND, third door Knst o the lloekii'g Valley : frie,ia.
llatu;, wnure inv no iohou i an tuiiva a imp, urgi- , TSw I have now dune with a nign uotreu oi aaua-
jnil U-l-ll Ul-lAl-lod RlOrlc Of . t !.. In ..dno Knt I. nfa.lllUv n-i f i 111
- Head y itlnde Clothing, I hint found it, a ita ingrodirnta show, a powerful j tuvJ Gastric Jiih-e in its cIh-uik1 wi-h, and fur-
KVr,nnudboy!: a. well . Uro
Brunswick, Maine, K-bi warv fi, I' 47. I gt-stion tui rtypu ure rnioyfct,jaiil as tlwv wuld
From-an Ovcrsccri. the Hamilton Mill, inthiarUy. ba by healthy aioincb. Uis.qmg winilt-wforDys.
Iomkli Auhtt .0, Ipepticsa curing cases olDi-bility, tiua.jation, .norvoui
Dr. J. C. Aver:--! hivo bvo twS rt' the worst Ji-cline and dyhpi-ptic consuinpliun, sippus-d to be on
rouuh 1 rvfV IwU in my HI., ny v -ur "liu:hhv ri.u- i inn verjja , . i v ' ,
W IHCII It IB lMaCU, U IU UI'ICl Hoavs-
ll Maim f thU Mtuplahit .anHttot
I liow Hwg tniHlin. am rampM
i)laliM U U lltafilUut U ChOLBKA Altai
,umm in nautlr. itHWUnff im yalai lo B UrM wukjH
miitrni Um iatiat Btutftr aiMftiik iw mi (miwm a id ito nit
M now ylabU to thb rtrnwlr tml F by et&M It nnbHelf
Bmt iKivktety with tmt lm tiooni. 1H any oa wlra du eva
Itait a rmt'Uim of Urny f any charautaff liaop Umorttul
hf Uwia, aiul. tl titer would avow Uto aaaatatai , .
APrucATioir or tex xkifb,
hi perforata th I7tta aiul tat lH aeuaatatuta4 watar flow
awar, unlr to fill ap aaain, and Anally to and in a droaitlul
denik, lot i1iih juk aw tliia rwaMtlr in MtitMi. ami a racoverir
iir. lulita Uy it at oity mukooI uiit twaaat aiui qum
is aattaia. tl thy wiU tiva U a fair thai.
nil alt iIimum of lit artDary antaM t lor iftaat rtiUjainr
oomiilai'iU, it tlandt rUon ; no oOtr articl can rrliowa yoot
ami Uw tjuma laatinoU to will uonrtMoa tia bmm! akapuattlf
DZBIUTT OF THB STSTEK, ' "
.k LL wj-nknMM mt tha KMnaTa. ftfi. . Of BMtm Malloti
! of uma. u haneilialalr telievia b a fw dan' aai of tltia
Jtlaiidii-o, liw-r contpl lint, con&tipttion, and I aMOiviua, antl a aura M alwajriafaiullof ilaaaa. ilauuuli at
Dthiiitv, curing hr Niliiro't own im-thod,' by
iNjiure 'a own Ajf,"n'- lli-i oasiric jnn-n.
JMIi'll'a tPaswMilul ul IVrsix, iniusd in wit of,
'will dljpwt or disi-jlv;-, Vine Pound aj liuiut Uti j
in abitut two hunt, oiit ol tho atont-ich.
I'Kl SlN U tho chief cVmrnt, or ..:reat Diysiinj
Priwiolu of Ihn Ouiiic Juu-8 tho snU-tut vj' the
yool,'Ue Purlfytrg, Preferring, on. I utimulatug
Ajj.-nt of tho stomach mi Intoslini-n. It i exlrartod
fi-oni thf tligfitivu atomach of tho Ox, tl.ua loi-minji
n Artificial Dlgi-stivo l-luio, iTi-ciacl like Hie na-
Shiittl. Drawers. L'ndor-shirta.f'raviti, lland'fs. fie
It nmal also he romarUeJ that tho lppnrt, that
KIIANK, who ia so well known for Ilia lino fit am'
rood bargains, Intended to li-iw town, is not li uo.and
hu would isHuro hia friends, his custninors and the
public goni'rally, that ho will lie ready to receive all
those who may favor him with a nil.
ALW, at tno aainn place ana n in nine, win or
found a fine lot of Jewelry, Notion and t'utlenj.
Uni'asti-r, April V4, inoa . u. m.iiwiX a. t.u.
Democbact! The creed of the "Latter
Day Saints" in the Democratic fold, is more
intolerant than the decreet of the Autocrat
of Russia and moro vilu than the laws of Ne
ro. Judge Holt, of Dayton, who in times
past haa dune good service for the party,
could, not and would not support Vallandig
ham for Congress, and upon the Intelligence
of Campbell's election, his image was made,
his face was spit upon, his body was kicked
and then burned in effigy. It was a glorious
sight for this Free Republic of ours, a man
treated in tills way for daring to have an o-
pinion of his own! What would such men
do, if thoy had absolute power
But such Is Modern Democracy ! God,
preserve the sacred namo from pollution!
On the day of our owneloction, Boino of tho
office-holders of this town cursed a poor man
for voting the Whig ticket and throutenod
to kick him out of the "public olllces,"
should he show his face there. Itwnstho
same spocios of intolerance, though not
-ulte to tho same extent, as was exhibited
wards Judge Holt. Freemen! Is there
any "Democracy" in that! Or, rather, ia it
not the pure, gonuino, unadulterated, double,
distilled essouceof Tammany Hull Locufo.
eoisint And this is not all. There are
men who would strike down, if they could,
a citizen of this country for "hurrahing for
Scott." All Miese acts emanate from the
same spirit that which Controls tho acts of
Attebtion Foreiobeiis!!! Remember
that the last Legislature of Ohio, Democratic
to the core, reduced tho fee of Naturaliza
tion from 1,50 to 60 cents, thereby suvlng
to the foreigners of Ohio alone, thousands of
Qukbt UT Did you over hoar of aWhiir
Legislative body, when in power in this
Htato, give such a striking evldonce ofsym
patliy for tho foreign population!
Remember your friends at the polls, on
the second day of November Eayk.
That is another peculiarly rich gem. It
ia the only fact we have seen stated in any
Locofoco paper in praise 0f the last Lngisla
ture. What does it amount to! This fee
It asked for onco, and that U all; but to make
up for the reduction, tho same persons are
annually taxed much moro than that a.
mount to pay for the additional pur diem of
members and waiters;for increase of salaries
and length of sessions at Ibe rate of two in
one year. How much does tho naturalized
lax-payers gain in the operation! We
would like to got a peep at any voter who is
Caught by such cliufTas that.
Tju way to Crow. We do not attempt
to conceal the fact that the Whigs would
have rejoiced over the defeat of Dr. Olds,
Just as they would that of Medill or any other
demagogue; but his election by less than fif
ty Majority, if at all, gives our Locofoco
friends a poor chance to crow. Last year
the district was carried by the Locofocs as
follows: Licking 740, Franklin 35d, Picka
way .71 gain for the Whigs or about 1,.
100. And yet their dunghill chicken crowt
over thi. result, as If he had really won a victory.
here and in Ohio uud I'euiiRylviniiii, is evi
diince that they have no confidence in Ins
election, and that any sign which would
give them hope, however feeble, they are
ready to rejoice over..
Now that wo have got through with our
local election, and Pennsylvania and Ohio
have disposed of the local questions thut
controlled their choice of State officers, let
the Whigs look forward to the coming con
test, and prep ire to do their duty, taking to
heart those words of Daniel Webster, which
in 1848 he addressed to the disaffected whigs
of that dayf '
"Umrcume your IJuwnrMim; relinquish
your preference; fonjii your diaappnintinrnt
ana xirit.e one uniu a uiow jur me muiun iuuilk
of Hit Whig cause and the yood of the country."
juovea uy mis spini aim aciui; on iuu im
pulses which such a feeling must give to the
great cause with which tho success of the
election ol Ucn. Scott is iticnlined, anil all
will be well. When we are told ol the re
sult of the late elections in Ohio and Penn
sylvania, feci no despondency, fir they
should cause nono. The New York Com
mercial well says, in an answer to all such
sucsestions, that Uen. Scott wa not a candi
date at any of these elections. On die 2d of
November he bill he.
And so here in Baltimore and Maryland.
Next Tuesday week thePresidcntial election
will take placo herein Baltimore and thro'
out the Union. Then Gen. Scott will be a
candidate to be voted for. Whigs unite
vote for him and for the cause. '
"The primary question for the United
States, in the election, as it is for ourselves
in the electoral contest or this week, is the
national sanction of FREE TRADE.
OEN. PIERCE HAS OUR BEST WISH
ES FOR HIS SUCCESS. "-London Times,
Tho two following extracts are " copied
from an article in the July number of Black
wood's Magazine, a rank Tory Monthly, un
der the head of "American Politics, by an
"A much more important question is tho
TrifTj and it is one which will enter inio
every political combination. ' It has not of
Intu been put prominently forward; but it is
not the lex important on that account
THE MANUFACTURERS OF AMERI
CA CANNOT EXIST UNDER COMPE
TITION WITH ENGLAND WITHOUT
A HIGHER TARIFF; and the SIMPLE
QUESTION IS, WHETHER MANU
FACTURE SHALL CEASE OR NOT
The East, as the great manufacturing dis-
CAUlNliT AND C11A1U HUOV.
1 F.MwVAL T. (J. Podson has removed hlf
d in mv Lit
tokai., and never lull wnen 1 nave opponuimy, oi
rcoinineudiiK it to others. Yours, rwportfiilly.
R. D. k'MKRSON..
lPJRead the following, ind aeo it this medicine ii
wor th 1 trial. This patient hid Secnino very faeblo,
Oabinol ar.d Chair Shoo rora Conncll'i How, to
Iht Hnom n llrmut Street. South uf John Ltmn'
Uroeerv.and formerly orrupiei by J. A.. nhel,
whore ho will'continue t nianul'acluru ill articles
hU lino as heretofore.
Collin on hand at all tlinos, with s ood hoarse to
sltuiid I'unerals in any part of tho county, at reduced
rates. Thankful lor pat favors, ho rosp'-clfnlly so
licits 1 conlli-uance of public patronago. He will
labor to give general sstMaclion, both as ri'guds price
nd quality ol hi work. '
Lsncpaer. April B, 1H5J fiinlD
ftriKxriFia k vint:TK!
IVUtON 1 1EUKI in hia celebvstod work on Animal
chemistry, says: "An Artificial I igostive Muid.aiu-
nd the clftct of the medicine waa uninUtakeahly logons to tho Uiislric Juice, iray bo readily prepared
distinct: truui um inuuous meinui-sno oi mesioniacn oi iuu lhi,
I'XiTi'D State! Hotj:i.,Sa atooa Spsikss, I in which various ailiclea of food as meat and ega,
July 6. 184!). . J will be tofiened, changed ar.d digetled. jiut in tho
TV 1. C. Avr. Sir: I have been atllicled with a isme mannerss thev would he iu thu human stomach."
i ' : painful allcclion of the lum;s, and aH the symptoms of lr COMBK, in his valuablo writing on the "1'hy
i settled cen-mnption, lor morn than a year. 1 could j siolegy of Digestion," observes that "a diminution of
A CKKTAJIC REMEDY
for mail oupUiUu, muI ftlw for dwMffMMttta Uw foal
IKREGUXJJtlTXES. 8UTFESSSI0K8, '.
p tin hil HMKwuuftiiofw. No aruot hiu inrbMH stW,Miotrl
tl.i, wtnch wtfuUl toaeh thu kind of lrn(ciBttiiitv.. it nyxt
I tvliftl uptM tu Mr mkI taoliv Mmilyi ih aid w Iwl
Ihtrmiitgtl lo do ho, oiHsld ir
' A THOUSAND VAHZ8
u protit ttt ohm in thi dbmwtnti elnw c! oomplalntt.
ysmi'lil-t. AH broliM down, ilvbitiiniml consul u lions. Troni
ihi cilevt or mwunrr, will find tho brsaiwt powsv ol tliw turti
ui io net immiliuulf , aad Hit pwisonous aunoral ormdMwtod
Iront Ihf ivswtn. ....
T 1M Jutinut proiwn i whiahovmiwMthriwtjol. ni
iW Umih Selves inriiuularlr in lit ftpplicttion of tn com
uouml, for tin di"tnwsinir clut of oomplttints wntuli mma
this pttmKraiih.- foe ottoltum Umn bus bttt tutd w lbi
ain oi' Guropo, a - ; .
CEBTAHf B0TAHICAI AOEKt,
rltrtli In nil ilinr;isM or dninirmnt of tha fml fraaitf
oiMtrticUt'ni, di Hi u ul lias, painrul matwtraationa, te,, hus
a Iftruted a aura. TUts root ia iniUaanou lo our soil, and (bond
in lante quantitiet, and o a awniuinal properir, stnnd with,
out an atonal ; it forms on of lb oom pounds in the prapanu
tiort. which, as a whole, is th best renwdr aver aiven to a
dubuitaieri fviaaW ; U ks tan, aad taa tjrstaa wtM ba raaUiraU
For the relief ol nil 8rmpathUv DtiaB attendant on pref
nnntiy : it alliiyt i)hm dMtreMMtiK and painful troubles wlitaa
fln ooear both to mnrriud and unmarried funaUa, and re-
trlct, has been gtOrally in favor of liiih du
ties, tho West and tho South h avc been,
udverso. A change, however, Is taking plarQ
in this respect. Manufacture is increasing
in tho West, especially since largo mines
havfe been operated upon, and has sprung up
in the South. Neither is so exclusively up;,
ricultural us it was; and there huBbcen hard
ly a President-milking speech fur tho last
six months whii Ii has nut had some allusion
I.ANCA.STKK MACHINE FOirNDKY.
(1 PKVOI. & CO. are prepared to furnish all kinds
ofStemn F.nsinc, upon short notice and
t Cincinnati and Pittsburgh prices.
Also, all kinds of Mill Ooaring. Moisting Scrowa,
Rogulat ing Screw a, J ac k Screwa ; Fuller's Fcrewi and
Mill Spindles of cist iron or wrought.
Bales sml Drivers, &'c. &c.
Thiy will also furnish the Parker Wheel to
suis any head of wator, and with either iron or wood
(halt. Also, the Atkiuson heel fit np as shove
Thepstenton tho Parker Wheel has expired and con
sequently they ran be had much cheaper.
Thevalio continue to make DcvoI'm Threnhius
UncliiiK's, and keep a lot constantly on hs"-1., war
ranted the boat in Ohio.
All the above articloa will be madn with ospecial
cam and by tho bust workmen, and will ba wirraiited-
All kinds of rcparindono upon the ahortost notice.
They also keep constantly on hand, ALU KINDS OK
CASTIM!" usually kopt In a Foundry. Thy hiv
completed tnolr front shop, so that those who call,
- tin pximino thuir work. ...
! Thoy are also it this tlmo manufacturing the I,C
I fell t'nok Slove, which recelvod the lirat l'remi
i u n at tho Ohio,Statn Kalrat Cincinnati last Kill, and
will kiM'p I hem cniistintly on hind.
The known qualify of the work done it this nstab.
lishment tor many years pist.is the beat guarantee that
in future, the aubscribers will labor to desire the pa
tronage of tho public. They invite examination.
I Lanca-tor.Mav Si, lh5t O. DKVOL CO.- J
find no medh-ine that would reach my case until! i tlielluo quantity of thodasliic Juice is 1
ronimrncel the use of your "C-.kbhv Pkctoiiai.," snH all proyailliiii cause of Dyspepsia; in
which gave mo gradual roltof, and 1 have t-ecn stusai
ly Rainfngs'rBiiglli till my health is well nigh rc.ttored.
ft'hilo usiiifr your medicine, I hod the gratification
of curing wilh it mv rovorend friend, Mr Truman, of
Sumpter District, w'ho had boon us onded from his
parochial duties by severe ittick of bronchitis.
i have pleasure in certify inn those facts to you,
Aud am, sir. voufs respectfully,
J. V. CALHOUN.of tiouth Carolina.
inrThc following was one of Ihe worst cases,
which the physicians and friends thought to incur,
Cni:sT:u, Pennsylvitili. August 93, 1846.
J. C Ayer,-Slr.-I was taken with a torriblo cough,
brought on by a cold, in tho beginning of last Kebrua.
rv, and was confined to my bed moro thin 0 months.
Coughing incessantly nightand day, I became ghaxtly
and polo, my eyes were suukuo a'nd glassy, and my
brcsth very short. Indeed, I was rapidly failing, and
in such distress for b. eath, that but little hope of my
i!i- r uiiid ho entertained. VVhilo in this situa
tion, t fi lend of mine, (the Hev. John Keller, of the
Muthodist church) broiignt me i ooiue oi your ui.kh
k Fkctobai., which I tried more to gratify him.than
from any expectation of obtaining relief. Its good
uffoct induced mo to continue its use, an 1 1 soon found
my health much improved. Now in three months, 1
am well an I strong, and ran a'tribute my cuieonly to
your great modiuno.' W ith the deepest gratitude,
yours. . JAM Kb liODKRtY.
rHJ-.SAHKO T J-0 ATFH. CH:I1T, LOST KM., MASS
Sold in Lancaster by K. L. Slm-uin and Dr.iM.Z.Krei
ler indbyDrutsgiats generally thrnughoiit th State
;.u:.vr klivoldtio.n in kkanck.
. .i :... ....! ..i ....:! m 1 AM iut now roruivint: and oiwning out 1 lame
io mo n-icesbiiy ui un incrcnseu mrin. xms . j 1V( M.i,lt,(Hi .. . - . 4 our eructations
I stomach, awimni
March 11 1853 " - 8"46
Janad!c' nj-spep', lir'til' or Scrvon
I. ll liy pisra-c of lilt Kldn.y.
"A ND all dlseasos arising from a dijordered I.lvel
X3L and Stomach, such as constipation, fullness, ol
I. Inn. I tn tho head, sciditv of thestoii'srh.nausoi.hrart.
burn.disgustforfood.fii'lnossor weight in thestomsch,
that "a dir-tinf ui.iind piolm.-or of medicine in London,
who was severely att iiti.il with this cnm)l.iint, find
ing everything else to fail, had iccourso to tho Gas
tric Juice, oblincd from thu sKmiichi ol living mi
mals, w hich prtn cd romplclcl-j ucceful."
Dr. U11A1IAM, author ol the famous workson'-Ve-gctahl-
) iet," lays: 'It is a remarksl-le lirt in phy
siology, that thu lomachs of animals n:ceratod in
water.'iinport to the tluid the property of dit-'snlying
vsiioiM aitich-a of food, and of etfuctioi! a kind of sr-
ifrriat'ic.v'iojiol'thein in novisediif'.-rcut I'roiu tht i
natural digestive i rocos.',"
H"if'-lJ nt and get a. Descriptive circo
lar, Irvtisgiting alsrga 'mount olccicntiliceviilenrO,
similar to tho ibove,u,.tlr uithreonrtsof rvmirk-
ablo cures, from sll puts ol thu 1 m States.
Aa o l)yspepia I urer.
Dr. HOUGHTON'S i'K.i'MN has produced the most
marvellous ettucts, in curing cases of Debility, V.ma
eiation, Nerrou Decline and Vypeiitic rviiiinnjitiot.
ll is impossil-le to u.ive the details of cases in the lim
its of this advertisement.but authenticated certilicatea
have been gi"en of more than Two Hundred remark'
abtemree, in 1 hiladelehia.New York anil Iloaten alone.
These were nearly all desperate cases, and the cures
wero not only rapid and wondnrful, but permanent.
It is great ArreoBS Antidote, and pirtiru.srly
useful for tnndency to bilious disorder, liver com
plaint, fever and ague, or badly treated fever and
ague, and the evil etl'erta of Quinine, Mercury, and
other drug upon the Digestive Organs, altera long
ah-kness. Also, for excess in eatinir. and the too IVr
use of ardent spirits. It almost reconciles Health
Old Stomach Complaints. '
Thero is no form of Did SomachromplavttatiHc
it does nut s em to reach and remove at on-.-e. Ho
matter how 1 ad they may be, it girt iiiatant rel'trf.
A single dose r?movei ill the uiylfasaiit symptom;
mil it onlv need-, to be repeated for a short tune to
make these goi-d t il rta permanent. Paritjpf Jilood
and vigor oj livdu follow at once. ,Jt i particuhr-
lyoxcelhnt in cajes of pauses'. HomHing, cramps,
soreness ol'the pitofthti-msch,ditresiaftereting.
Mtoelt ni' Sjii iiiij mid .Summer Goods,
.i..bi.... m. ilniinriitfr mt hn nil nf the soreness ofthe pttorthtn
'in. ..f ti,n l,,-n hiirv-ed an ! dilliciilt ! low. cold stale of the Hlood, llriviness, lowness ol
...l.ttnll U'.9LllfWR lAtiHutirT
The article Iroin which tne auove extruct . which I am Uoleiiniuod to atllas low is iny other i orestiung, iiutiering aims nojn.riu-.:. egur , . , . 4
. i.-c .i : ! ...Ill nlnn:.k I tin' sonaationswhenin aKii'"BOlire,diiiincol vis- to liiaiiilj, suii-iUc, it. -
is lUKeii, wns wruii-ii unoru i.iiu iioiiiiiiuimiua j - . - fir.KTT.l'.iH I.N i.m.dut.or webs bef.ro tho.iihl, lev. l pie . Vt. 1 OUGUlOfi-tf 1XHSIJ. i snld y.""1y"
were made. In the sumo article-, wo hnd , wbowWlt o ,-,,,-cha.ewili Hndlha followl ng.rticlea, tho head. d-f..iencXof persPi. ati.,n, yellow n.Tol the :o . ' "'S' UTiJd
the following, in regard to tho CSndidules ' .. to- it: ' skin and eyei, piln in the .l,le,hsck,chen.lin,Ls.S.t.. ..ul Ihe Tnitsd Mates. Ii is prepared in FownBX aafl
! tullted of for the presidency: , Dross SIlLaJsncy iii-lph,in;Silkdo.iKaiiryIjwn, "iiddon llu-h-s of best, hurnlns in the llesli, cor.-tant in Ililid f.Jiu ;C , r.r""iioi yils ,vr Me uss oi
i "Killiiinrp Webster Seott and Cnss Iir., Silk Uereges, Kiney IVIsnes. fsliroes, (iliighsms, nigl.iingt of evil, and groat d -proslcni ol son lis, ihysiu-ns.
llltllore, VVtbsttr, Hu.lt, ami U.SS, ur M Vvhi,e(1 ,;,. nlM..nmhrMi Parasols .118 Kans, CiN Hi: r:m:CTlV: LV IV I'.;::, ll , i'rl C.-hr for the use ol rhysicisni. tnay
the moro prominent Clinilldutus; but the most ill kinds- tliitedauiohkc-rniiMhwls . ' . - v ....... l.Vobta:i,edof Dr. lloughtnnor hi Agents, describing
nr.. ni 1 11 I'll r 11 ni 11111 niwHi-x I iih ill .hi. nniTi-.nri I i.nrani u- imii lf.- nii.t .'i.ii.ii'.' lifiniif.t if ii-nnna! i . j - r i a . j i . v.. v m-.r i ... iw-.,i, t. .
Frank Pieboe. Tho Eayle says he Is a
man, "distinguished alike, for his political
and military career a statesman and a he
ro." That is rich decidedly, Interestingly rich.
"Distirguibhed!" Ah! lit! When, where.
how! In the IIouso of Representatives!
No. In tho Senate! No. In Mexico!
NO. Then, where and when was it. (live
us the documents. Let us have the records.
Consult your own liles. Cull it from them,
if yuuean. "Distinguished!"
Old Viituiitu. We havo encouraging'
accounts of tho Whig prospects in Virginia.
Many well informed gontlemen express tho
opinion that tho Old Dominion will give her
fifteen electoral votes to Scott and Uruhum.
We should not bo surprised if it should be
so, though the general opinion has been thut
Virginia would go for Pierco, as a matter of
courso. Work diligently friends.
Did ii k no it! Tho Eagle says that Gen.
Pierce, "In tin hour of danger, volunteered
as a privute soldier lo light the battles of his
country at eight dollars per month." Cer
tain it is, that is ull he did do. But tho idea
of his volunteering ns a privato soldier is all
gammon. He didn't go to Mexico as a pri
OrTho report of tho Commissioners to
whom was refored the Methodist North nntl
South cubcs, has been made, by which it ap
pears that the property previous to the divi
sion of the institution, was upward of $tob"2,
000. That tho prolits from 1845, to Junuary,
185a, have been over $355,000.
O-Half a needle wsa extracted from tho
hack of a man lu Madison, a few days ago.
I It showed ovidenco of having been there a
long time. The person alluded to, has com
plujiied for some years of a pnin in tho small
of hi back. How the needle got thero is a
mystery, and it is supposed a part yet re
mams in the back.
(KT.A lrivelcr who has been over the
ground, lay. thut poo(lo who ,he , h.
mus csrry along too great a vnrioty. vix:
ed blankets, potk, stew pun., va,c;. ,
fan opinion, all tUM w.nu for tho whole
voyago is a bottle of bramlv and ...... 1..
ono to kill time, and tho other the"Greas-
TrMR or Closiho the Polls. It i M 1
settled that the hour for closing the polls on
the ad of November, is at 6 P. M. the same
as at the State election. Let this be uni
swan's Statutes, naire 302. xrives the an.
thurify. . .
Iowa. We have the following amongst
other gratifying Information from this State.
It Is extractod from a Dubuque lettor;
"The prairies are on (Ire for Scott; the
greatest enthusiasm .prevails; aud there i.
strong hope of carrying even lowafor the
hero of Lundy; Lane. Governor Lucas a
staunch eld Democrat, is carry In? hundreds
f votes with him tq the standard of Scott "
sr-nclianl laoev lloivrs; dm- trimming;
l)i.ss buttons, onll .iprls; silk nd linen t-rades; 1
rf-.iv Jbtjje' Uoniict.-', - v
julgiiigs and la-ie; black si'k lice; now fcl vlebloomci
combs: supurior I'ulks: Marseilles Vusiinj;; ' "
Cloths and ealimnres, Satlinet, Jeans and Iwueda;
Nfuslins Irotn i to I 4 yard 1.1", sheeting;
ileai-hud muslins, cotton varus, tic l.iii,-j, haffging;";
I.('.-h(ii n niul I'nlm lenl lint-, new styles,
liatting and Qiionnswsrn. s rnrv Isrge stock of
HOO TS AND Sl'lOlW, .
and prices to suit customers.
All ihoso who will avor me with a ca'l In lore they
bnv elsowhoro, will bo suvin moiiov bv dring so. .
r.siicaator, A.nril 17 JAC OB I'l.OL'T.
!li:iil'iV H'l-lttail I'lii'KU') lt'liivi
CI KOIKI F. SMITH has rnmnved his Chilr ana Red
Jt atasd factory Irotn tho corner nf V pooling and
C-iliimhits streets, tn Stanhrry' Hnitdwg n Matn
ulrrct, two door Katt of the Itorl-ing Valley Bank
and directly nppoxite the Checkered Store, lie Ins on
-rajs. lartfod hisbuslnesssnd intends keeping on
Till hand ihe largoal and beat assortment of
(1 i'JIAIKM nnd HKDNTKADS
tk," over before kept In thia place ; consisting
jrTJrf In part, of Cane seat, Cottage, Uustlj.
r French, Rerall top, Villigw, common and
Children's Cnsirs, Sni iahles and 8eteei.
All descriptions ol HKDSTKADS manufacturod of
either Cherry. tVslnut. Maploor Sugsr.
His work will all he madoofthn Very host msterlrl
bv sood workmen and ofthe latest and most approved
tectivo duties in tho United States. It s 1 ptlorna. It will be interior to none inami ictured
stranso at this day to turn back to the N A R-! ?hZ0! tlr.JfZ,
r,,.,ir 1 nnn.noiro . A contliiuitinn or the very liberal patronage ol the
ROW and ERRONEOUS Views Ol 80 emi- . public is mspoctliilly sollcit.sl. It Is the intention ol
nuntaman. thnsubscrii.ertokeepi lull and general aaiortmeot
"There can be littlo doubt that the H limon, 10 that ha will be enabledto acenmme.
II WIU llllll Will Silt, IIDN t-UOMIMIIUI B Dllll VIIIIIIL II If
ful; und it would not at ull surprise me to find
some man almost unheiiril of in the contest,
stepping quietly into tho Presidential cliuir.
THE MORE A MAN HAS DONE FOR
TIMS COUNTRY, THE LESS LIKELY
IS THE COUNTRY TO CHOOSE HIM.'1
The London Times, of July 12th, in com
menting upon the dotith of the lamented
"He Mr. Clay adopted with cntliiisinsm
tho idea of a combined American policy, to
tho exclusion of European inlluence on thut
continent. But he gave no encouragement
to tho schemes of Texan annexation, or to
tost the spoliation ol Mexico, and ho expi
ated his turdy assent to thut unjust and ap;.
gressivewur liy tho loss of his fuvorile son
who was killed ir. action in ono of tho Mex
ican bullies. I'rohHt.ly it was this strong
an I exclusive AMERICAN feeling, which
was honorable as a form of patriotism, that
led Mr. Clay into tho principal error of his
life; for unquestionably his authority and his
arguments were the stronghold for many
years ol Che system ol high taiills and pro
I...!.. .1... TT..:..l u.... f. 1.
Hi-, s. . TowMKiid'i. Rxtrurl nf
TIJK. remarkable lanitlv powers of Th. S. P.
rowntcnd'i Sarnpurtlla, h.ve induced numer-'
ousitteinpt. tu counterfeit it, and make fiaudu'ent
use of lr. rowssKNii'i nams to secure thiaale- of
ai-eKiuvs AKTIOI.St. -
These counterfeit and imltallons .nm tk.
vr.u of tho okiuinal; and no hiuhck aonri.1.
,0 . " P"1" u "r- v- TowauHid's Kutract
orNaraanarl'n, than laborious efforts (bat have bean
made by m.nj to Kttl U sooielhing like it.
"."ff!" we uenuine Article, kept conatintly
n h.nUky KAUKK'MAN k CO.
LanciMer, August 4, IfiM '
inisi'hievous delusiuns of Mr. Clnvnnilhi.il
friends on these subjects, have considerably
prolonged tho existence of high protective
duties iu tho United Stutes, though these
views have been equally injurious to their
party interests, and to the public prosperity.
Tho Whig party has lost itself in America,
not so much because it is Whig as because
It is PROTECTIONIST. Even In power
at the present time it cannot act upun ill
own principles, and everything seems to de
note that the next Presidential election will
completely defeat its pretensions. Hud Mr.
Clay token a dill'erent course on the com
mercial policy of Great Brituin, he would
probably have enjoyed a much longer tenuro
of ollice, and ho would certainly have deser
ved a far larger amount of public gratitude."
From the London Times. ,
"Tho triumph ofthe candidate ofthe De
mocratic party, brought forward by the men
of tho SOUTH, will secure, probably Fon
ever, tho ascendency of liberal commercial
principles, unci should Lord Derby nextyear
be disposed to tuko tho Amcrieun tariff lor
his model, we havo little doubt that it will
serve to remove the last illusions of the pro
tective system from his mind. In this re
spect, and on this point, we take General
Pierce to be a fuir representative of the 0
plnions of Mr. Calhoun, and, as such, A val
uable fractiula ally to tho Commercial
policy of this country."
From the London Leader.
"We aro without information as to the
views of Gen. Pierce on the subject of co-
"i.KATioN with England; but we cannot
say that wo feel any apprehension on the
poiut, and we shall await the final election,
not without a share in the confidence of many
American friends that it win besult
From the Manchester Examiner.
"The election of Gen. Pierce will at any
rate prove that the Democratic majority,
whatever may be their other differences, are
unanimous in their testimony on behalf of a
liberal commercial policy, and any govern
ment hi may , form will be one on which
THIS COUNTRY MAT BELT FOR EFFECTUAL
co-operation In reducing, wherever practi
cable, existing impediments to international
lino. In connection wilh his establishment ii Mr. G
L. Kckurt'a Csbinot IVare Hoom,sothitrutoinorsrai
be accommodated with ill articles requisite tn com
plete 1 full assortment of Household r urtiiluro. Call
and toe. C1KOKGK SMITH
Unristor, November 1, 1850. 2A
Ovi.-1-u lii'liuing Ti'Mliiiwiiy.
iTWVKIl 11AI.K a MIUieunfTestamnnialshavebeen
VFrucclved by the Proprietor of McAlisttr's ALL
' Ti-W.k. .:-
From Physician the most
kilful 1 n d celebrated,
from Councillor! learned
in the law, from Judges of
celebrity no the Beach,
from Minister! of the Gos
pel, whole undeviating in
tegrity have made them
hining lights in the path
of Truth, from enlighten
ed Professor, from acute
Merchants, A from those
nf nvnrv a 1 1 1 1 O n. name
and d cre-i among manxind all of which, without
.. ii i i :.. . u : : ...
ui.fl iunm-iuuik uujiitiiuii, urouuuiiLO .ilia viii.uivuv tu
Asdsy bvday It unobtrusively extend it! iphore
of action along the borders of our vast country, sndii
circulated throughout Its extent, now evidences ofits
Sower nd new proofs of in etHi acy iro continuilly
ovelnped. Three million of boxos, applied todia
eaao within the last four yeir hivn established th
astounding fart, beyondtho power of cavil or cont
diction, tint It la iNVAi.LiiLK In the cure of ill Tu
mors, Ulcers, Sores, Burns, Tetter, Pile, Scrofula,
Krysipelss, chilblains, sold Head, sore Eye, Quinsy,
croup. Rheumatism, lli-okon Breast, Ague in the Kaco,
coma, tic . It completely restores the Insensible rata.
spiiiATioN, and by this means opens thoaoavenuos by
which nature Intended to expol the morbid matter of
the body thna is Ihe system cleinsed: tha blood pu
rified: snd the health roMorcd.
It hu power to cause all extornal lore, SenifuU
nut Humor, and Poimnout xc.tund to discharge
their putrid matter: ind then heil thutn. Itisrigbtiy
terras-' All tleiliiig, for there ii acarcely a disease
external or Internal, that it will not benefit. I have
Uaed It fnrthe list fourteen years tor all the diseases
of the chest; consumption snd liver; Involving the ut
most danger md responsibility; ind I declare before
heaven and man, thit not in one single cue hss it (ail
ed to benefit when the patient waa within reach of
J. McALlSTER. 141 Kulion-st.,NowYork. Solo Pro
prletor. A. 4 8 Hiexuiir, Agent for Ohio.
Bold by K. L. Slocumind Otto W. Kraomer, Lancas
ter; E. Kilb.Kuahvllle; W.W.Reed, Carroll; M.Camp
bell, Pickerington; Leonard and Brother, Baiil; A. .
Mitlholf, Lockville; Samuel Bartlet.i Winchester; J
Kndsloy, Lithopolia; K. Qeohegn, llaltiinore; J. Clay
pool. Now Kilom; J. and S. Henbee, Amanda; Daniel
Hiwkln, Sugar Grove; Aahbaugh and Beery, Bremen.
OMker93. 1881 30
JUST recelvtsl Iram Niw York, by R FIELDINQ
thlrty-thr doxen Kossuth and Muyir HATS
for men and boyi. They will be lold it Tow prices.
September 186S. .
f.i i.i'ii it A'f i v r:,T'H7K,
" i'lljltl.tl l. D'. I H. Jaxh-Ktl,
( f r n lit; r. u .11 .n JiKi-'ieiMironi
" Jts?" 110 ticli Strttt. Tlllilil.Me.
Theii-'p'ower overlh" bovdUt'se is not exielli d
ii eiulled, by any other preparation in the I'nited
States. a the cures attest, iu many cases alter skil
ful physit-isns had failed.
The nittoi's aro worthy" tho attention of Invalids.
Posaessinir sreat virtues in tbn rectification of
diseases of tho liver and lesser glsnds, exercising the
most S 'srchliig power Inwrskiicss 4 ad'ertions of Ihe
digestivo orgaiii,they aro,witha),safe,ccrlain&plriisant.
HEAD AND IIK CONVINCKO,
from th"lloston Bee."
Tlie eilitnr said, December 21 "Dr. llonjlnnd'
Celebrated Herman Bitter for the cure of liver com
plaint, jaundice, dyspepsia, Chronic or nervous debili
ty, is deservedly one of the most popular medicines
of the day. These bitters havo boon usod by thou
ssnds, an I a friend t ourolbow he haa himself
received sn effectual and permanent euro of liver
complaint I'voin the use of this remedy. We are con
vinced that, in tho use of these bitters, tho usticnl
constantly gain strength and vigor a fact worthy ol
great coniideration.j They are pleasant In tssto snd
smell, in-1 can be used by persona with the most deli
cate stom.vchs with aifety, under snv rircumstsnre.
We irsxspeaklug iroin oxpcrience anu to tne allllcted
we idvlso thoir uie."
"Scott's Wkkkiv;" one ol the best l.itersn pipers
fmblisliod, ssid, Aug. 25: "Dr. 1 1 Gotland's Uorman
litters, manuracliired by Dr. Jackson, iro now rorom.
mended by some of the 'most prominent members ol
the faculty, is an article of much etlicacyin cases ol
female weakness. As such is tho case, wewouldad
visa all mothers to obtain a bottle, snd thus sive them
selves much sickness. Persons of debili ttod consti
tutions will And these bitters sdvintigooua to their
health, as we know from experience the salutary of
iect they hive upon wesk systems."'
Tho Hon. ('. D. IIi.n'kmne, Mayor of Iho city of
Camdon, New Jersey, say a:
' Iloovi anu'i (Jkkmak BtTTCiii. Wo havo loen
many flattering notice! of thii mcdlrlna, and the
ourco trom which they came induced us to make in
quiry respecting its merits. From inquiry we were
fiersusded lo use It, and must say we found it apeci
ic in its'ai tion upon disease ofthe liver and digestive
organs, and the powerful inlluence it exerts upon
nervous prostration is rosily surprising It calms
ind strengthens the nerves, bringing thorn into I state
of repose, making sleep refreshing.
II this medicine was more generally used, we
ire Si'isliod there would be lo s sickness, ss from
Ihe stomsc!;, liver, tnd nervous system Iho crest ma
jority of real and Imaginary diseases emsnato Have
them in t hoilthy condition, and you can hid deduce
to opidemics generally. This extrsoi Jlmry ucdi
cine we would advise our Mends who are if ill in
disposed, to giv? trial it will recommend itself.
It should, in fact, be in every family. No othor me
dicine can produce such evidence! of merit."
Kvidonce upon evidence ha been received (like
the foregoing trom 11 aoction ol tho Union, tho list
three yeir, snd the strongest testimony in its fsvor,
is that thore ia more of it usod in Ihe prsrtire ol the
regular Physicians of Philadelphli.thin sll other nos
trum combined. 1 fact that can easily be established,
and fully proving that icicntiflc preparation will
meet with their ipiivt approvat when presented even
iu this form.
That this medicine will curs Liver complsint aud
Dyspepsia, no one can doubt after using it a direct
ed. It act specifically upon tho tomch and liver,
It i proferatle to calomel in mil biliou diteate
the enect is immediate. They can be administered
to female or infant with safety ind reliable benefit
it any time.
Look well to the mark of Ihe genuine.
They hive the written ilgmture oi C. M. JACK.
SON uuon tha wrapper, and hi mine blown in the
bottle, triAout -Au AfAcyrfpurt'oM .
For sale, w holossle ind retail, it the
GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
No. .40 ARCH street, ono door below sixth, Phlli
dolphia, tnd by respectable dealers generally through,
out the country. ,
Prices JtcoWoV To enable ill clisaei of Invalids,
to enjoy the advintigei f their gTeit restorative
towors. Single Bottle 75 cnf. Alio for sale by
KAUKKMAN fc CO., Lancaster, Ohio.
Wholesale Agent! for Ohio, SPINK ft HOWARD,
Wooster, Ohio, September 16, 1863 la
ROAD WAGONS FOR SALE.
WE offer t prlvste ilo twolaix-horse Rod Wag
ons, with broid tire. They will be sold vory
lowforcsih.or we will tisdothom on fair term! for
Buggiea or two-horse Wsgons.
V e hive i so the IIARNK.S6 for both teams, which
will be so'd upon reasoosbie torms or tiado as above.
Thea article can be en at the residence of Mr.
. Martin, three miles North of Kuihvllle, on the
rosd tu Thoruvllle. . 2. B. McLAUOHLIN,
August 4wl3 , J.DARTiN. .... . ; .. ,
thuriiies upon w hir h the claims ol this new remedy
arn ban-d A It is iu t a secret n-metlr, no ohjoction
can be ia is .1 .i-lnt It- use by Physirisnsjin respecta
ble standing in I reen'sr rsi nee. l'ijce,l per bottle.
(17 Osslkv E Tin! Every hotilo ol Ihe genuine
PLHSIN bosri the written signslure of J. S. HOUGH
TON, M. l).,soleproiTietor,rhiU-lelphli, P. Copy
right ud Tride Atari, secured.
JJ-SoU by sll Drucgists and Dealers in Medicines. ,
Jgcn--HWAliLi L. bl.OI. UM. Lahoiitjeb;
Dh. J. M. Wii.sok, Newark;
' ' Tkoitf ft Tickahiit, CircloviDe;
MarchSS. G. Roiitiin, Columbus 47
Mc ELRO Yi B 1 I.LI N G HURST have removedtheir
Hoot and Shoe S hop lo Oio:iy s building, lisrt
door east ol tho Exchange and immediately oppoosil
Mr. Saiuuol Beery 'a Grocery's, where they will Uee,
on hand and manufacture to order, Boots snd Vhna.
ol the best quality: all w arranted and snld at low fi
guro. Please call at the Hailrond Sign.
' MeKl.Htir & UllLlNCUVliSr.
Lancaster, April 10, 186 J
BOOT ANU SHOK KSTABLIMKMENT.
TTC70RK. SON ft WORK would respect
V T fully inform the citizens of Fairfield
and the adjoining counties, that they areon
hand as usual, it thoir old stand one door
West of Slocinn'i Driiji Store, with terg-e and
iplendid assortment ol everything in tneir line.
Their Spring purchases have boen selected with
earn and nrn liiivnr lhan Ullial. -
LADIES! We hivntakenspecitl carcU miking our
purchases so is to please you.
We have a little oi ovirythiiiK, from t Jenny Linu
BvaKtNdown to the smsllest children's shoes.
Wo havo also on hand and aro prepared to make to
Gentlemen' JiiinAin and Seamiest Hatter, Con
cress Boots, Sic. Wo ilao havo on hand Ladies' Gum
FINDINGS, &r.. We ire ilsoprepirod to furnish
Shoemakers and finding. Stores with 1-indings of every
dosrriptinn, such is Kits, I'ogs, uoot-woULing, cnoe
stiinKS. Lscts. ftc.
tioio Loither, Morocco bindings, &c, always on
In iddition to the work on hind, wo ire prepared
as nereioiore to ininuiactureororyTi ing in our line.
Our own work needs no recommendation. W'e hope
by proper attention to our business, to secure a fair
share of thu publis patronage, as wo w ill alwayi be
on hind to wait upon our customers am! do ouibcstto
WANTED. Tho subscribers will tike ono or two
good ind industrious boys tolesrn the Hoot and Shoe
making Businee. WORK, SON ft WORK
Lancaster, May 10, 1852. 3
NEW, CHEAP, CITY TIN SHOP.
THK subscriber hiving located himself In tho city
would most rospectlully inform tho ritizers ol
he aamo and aurroiinding country, that ho ii now
opening a Shop on Cidumbu street, West side, three
Door North of Main, for Iho manufacture aud aale
or ill kinds of
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron M'nre,
Where he Intends keeping, it ill times, s full ind (en
eral assortment, which will be sold on the moat liber
al torms. Persons wanting articlos in hiiline would
do well and save money bv calling on him before mak
ing their purchases, as ho Is dotorminod to sol I cheap.
All work warranted. A. WHITE
Y JOBBING, fte. IIouso Kiioiitinir nnd Jtoof-
ln!,lropsredsndout up on tlie slioi tost nut lie, in the
Dest manner, snuit tne very lowest ratua. a. w.
Lancaster, Ohio, September 4,1861. 18
Marble, Sandstone and Freestone Factory.
OUR Machinery is now in successful operation, and
persona wanting any of tho following niinod ir
tides, would consult thoir own iutorcst md confer a
iivor bv giving us a call-
MOXUMEXTS ol Marblo, we will furnish at a
short notice. .
HEAD AND FOOTSTONES of tha m; we
hare of beautiful forms and highly polished.
MONUMENTS OF SANDSTONE in a great
variety of forma. Head and FooUtone of the same
SANDSTONE FOR BUILDINGS, tie.. Rarge.
work.C'apa and Sllls.Cipping for walls or Chimney,
Flooring for Porticos,. Fugging for Walk or Spiing
houaes, Columns, Gate or Fence-posts, well-tops and
Hearths. A. J. a iu.
Lsncaster, May 19, 1863. dw3
SEAtfRS IH ALL KINO! Or f
Groceries, Foreign ft TJomestio Wines Liquors,
Lsncaster; June 15. 1853 12m
NEWTON "SCHLEICH, "
aVlt'jr Counsellor t LswA KMsry Public
. LANCASTER. OHIO. .
OFFICE In the Talunsdge Block,, second Sou
djolnlng Miyor creed omcej. ,
Iarch S6, 15S :.- - , ...... .. HI
sot thosa oeriodiool obaetaoos whick arias I
osl, Ito. ...
fX)S8UMPTION axe Livis CoMriaiNT, Biliim Di.
assss, sSastsisliMi nf Us Lungt, Cought, Colds, Hours.
', A'.fSI Smnls, treoMmots, it., IgisJl Ihsss dissases
McdloiiM haa svsr bean lis aqsal.
CANCERS, FEVKE SOKES, SCROFtTLA,
SWKI.I.F.l) JOINTS. HARD TUMORS, and SPINAL
Al-'l Kl.'TIONS IA. Medicine Ha And is oral Ms worst
salts: 1st no one afflicted mith thooa complaints, or an other,
kesitats to try this Jtsfitetns, as euro S)M cirtainly rs.
tult from its uss, there being no Mediiine now beSor tk
world Usstusl. Cult on Agents and get Pamphlet..
FEVER AUD ATJUX.
" To tha 6rsl Wf enimisllr. and whamal lhass com.
plaint prwvoil. lliis iiunliuiiw is olUwl.
NO MINERAL AOINT, '.
so ik-leteriunl Ciimuoiin-I is part of Hill aililum. It itlrsa
I in disMiMS wilh wiiainir wnl uslctllr, and ikws sal ls
Ui irslcm loruid.
It ia muilof nM,t. Htiuta .-.1 tm -.- Iw . v ..i.v- a..
lion, uihI hiu nothiiis in u cna.uaiuon which oan ia III ukiM
Injur ur ponon umtsr any cireunuuinca wliatavaf. Na
mtrans i-aruiicatsa ol tha highm naimiubiliir an. pablaihssl
la Uis piiiuplileu, lut I. are ilituibuuil sraimtoBil
1 onoiplitinl of n most psinful charauti, i -
- IKKXSIATXLT SZUXYZD,
lml a cars follow, l.y a law daya dm of Ihi, arliul: h if fat
uslors nnr i.thir pre)amlioa for tins iIimhuh., or for any vlnct
Uiwwa wiKlualin from inir-ure klvud. cjn uulilill.
will I'iihI lbs slumliv protwtHM of this artiula
TVSITX 1KB BLOOD,,
ami driv snuh ninetiM from the syiitm. S psmihtst Tot
IssUmvnjr ut uitre is nil iIImsuws. which th limits of an nilvcr.
tleiiionl w.li not uariuil lo Is, naiusil Item. Alenta fivs tlwin
sway ; I hay couluili 3 uaass of cerliliualas uf hiath ghorooUr,
aiul a slronasr
abut or moor
of tlie firttisi of h niffliuiiM. nvr ttniteareil. ll it on f Uw
peclliliir f'fcstlUrM Ol tllM uniut IhML ll nvr tt.il. Ia banstfit in
iuimi tin. I it bun mtU toMVul uta leii tu baikl apun ttt It
fn.ut.miet) aim lmierriiit iuvutui
um) Rcft tuhlnit tlw niliuln as long w Uwiv it no iwprove-
uinis Tim rairitlur woulil
CAUTI0K THI PUBLIC
Maiut n huiuImt ol' atrliuW whielt uome out eMtei ike hvul of
SARSAPaUUIsLAS, 8TBUPS, Ac..
m aurt fur Druimy, Gmvel, kc: They uit nw lur net bin ,
and cunioi;iil to Kit 11 the unwury
TOUCH 7UXU HOT.
Their itivithr rwver Wioiiffht ut' t'Hriiirf nch tlhatrowt till thie
ttriu:rt natl ilimo iu A iisiiiiuuUtf ttuil vf the pamphlet ia
Axrrti nml all who iell ih article are
GLAD TO CIRCULATE
crnt ill! mini y. Put hi in 30 ox. bottle, ut ! ; 19 ot, ifr. nl
U i.to- oiit Ii ihe turKtfrhuMiiiKtf v. morelhiin two mull hot.
tin. otHik nut mtil not vet impntfti wpom. tivery Inrttle buB
' Vaugliu VtfMt'tHble itiihoiiiriiiih; Mminre," blown nnm
tin-num.-. vtrdtt iimtnre of . C. Vanifhii ' on tt
. a. ' t'xKdhlt Hs.fTllIll Lis' soam thM
enrk. oil.ty htm C:inm- .r,Tir!,fc"y J G' '
ViiMlin. un. I IU ut the PrineiPM V..".'f, r1.
Hiitlulu, nt wltleMl0 antl reinit, No Altention ttvea to leibertf
milrsK pouiiuiil tKMt I'-itl Wtien. or verbul uomaiuiiiuatiou
Milii ninu ruiiive, (ironi).tly Htieinlwl to, era tin.
liuUi.!!, Aitwtir. Oi. tit, Mt-Kin-wii k RoMoi. No. YJ7.
Mttitltii l.iuw, ,vw Vu'lv City ; Mre. . Kiillr At- Co., Hot
ton ; C rt. Huf.lall S ;., CiuciniiMii ; J. Owen U Co., le
iron; Httm Si buy, Clii'ut!o; ik. k Hull. Olovelajidl R.
t: .n. I'liubuii-t. ; VVnittr U 8iuu. llaiuiliyn, C. W.,
ul loral by all Uw iwsH-Mlulilo UruitxUto tAiwtfHcmt Ut
IJniii;) iSluum iuiJ L'aiiutiis, uuti ut wuU by
t.rfl Aj(t)to Ifisin1
G. Kaulfman it Co., Co .Ltncist r, l-onarJ & Bro-
iher. Danil; tibnw and Hutchinson, Wrat RttahvUle;
u. d. Ken i ha nl. Lithopolis; U. Ii. Alrellfrr, Nimrsrset;
Troop nn-.l Kirlhurt, Circle villfr, Henry Kirg.TirlioDi
Dr. D. A Kihfi tltimore. July S9, lhfi3 13
a litii.l ,.iimo. iiimiii mruKim. .in vitL,mi,wiiiy
public; and the poi-iion buying this articl gvta the
lull valui ol his n-oiiey in iuality, which is niet well
Grettt Itlt'tlirlnf for Worm: tn t Oilrt-
rn and iMhrr.
smith and Atkinson' amkricais woim Kni.m.
TI1HI8 Modicine hss baen manufactured by Smith
M. ind Atkiujon for sev?rsl yuan, and his been uaed
with Rrpatfurrpssbv Physicians snd others, in rarions
furts of the United States, miny thousands of bottle!
lave been sold, snd the unirersi' approval it haa met
vti-.h in all iiiarters wher" it haa hern introduced,
provfs that it needs only stria' to satisfy the most in
credulous ofits gr. at vilue,the size of the bottle hi
boon on'arecil. so thst it is one of tha cheapest is well
inmost YnTuabio Worm Medicines evMrolferedtotho
lull valur ol his n oiiey i
Bnriri-ful tos-k fur '-Smithand Atkinson' Amer
Icon Worm K'ller," snd that the name of Smith
and Atkinson is on the Bottle in raised Letter. ,
RKAD! SEAU!! HEAD!!! READ!.'!! READ.'!'!!
IV1 iff lor nun m.J bf-iot. The horseman's hope,
or Farmer's Krirnd. Airangr-ments ire now mide
tin the supplying the public with this great remedy,
which has ben UJOii with wondi-rful success by thoae
who havo had an opporluuity of testing its virtues.
No family should nt-xluct to have 1 aupply; and ill
persons would do well to keep some by Ihtm to ba
used in esse of accident to nun or horse.
For iiorsj's, etc Forthecnreof sprains bruises,
saddle ind collar sails, swelled Joints, stiffness ind
wrshness of the legs, old sores, scratches, etc. ,
For Mas For the cure of rheumatism, luml ago,
sprain, s-.i-c-lKns l-ruises. sciatic pains, stillness and
neaklK'Sj wftlvi llilus, sou otner iccldc-nti ind atllic
lions to which men and animals are liable.
Picf.ned only by Smith ind Atkiuson, 888, BaltH
more slret-t. Hsltimoro.
For sle by Ksull'tnan St co , Lancaster; John l.e
nard, Unsil; ('.. Coohegam Baltimore: Isaac Junss.fieW
Salem; !. Kalb, Rushvil e; Otto H. Mirller & co.,
Somerset. A'so for sa'e in CirclBvil'e, Ohio. ;
This preparation ha been before the public i sutil
cient time to hsva its merits fairly tested and the re
ports received from various psrta of the eauntry,
prove it to be one e! tlie most valuable remedies oves
offered, both to man and horse. -
Augustan, 1B-V3. - 15
Grorgr IlmniiirTs Prcmiuin Essence of Coffee
HIANUI-ACTUHEO BT DANIKt BoHMR & CO.'
Otic Package at 15 cent will save 4 11. of Coffee.'
THIS Essence wta lately awarded with i silver
tneda' in he American Institute, New York, also
with the first premium for such articios in the Frank
in Institute, Phi 'silelphls. , ' . . .
So'd Who'esi'e nd Retail, it the proprietor's solo
Dopot,21K,UUowhi!l street.Philsdelvhia. Also.forsile
by our Agrnts, snd st the principal Drug sud Grocery
storos throughout tho United States. . . -. : .
This Essence his boen proven by msny thoustnds
of the richest ind most respectable families, is well
is by the poorer dsis ol people, ihnost through the.
whole United t-tstoa,to be by lar tho beat preparation,
of coffee ever offered to the public. Coffoe made by
this Essence is much moro who osome, more delicato
finer llavored, peifeolly clear, and, in every instance
superior to tho finest Java Coffee.
In order to give full satisfaction and proof that thai
above article ii perfectly healthy, and to show some.
thing oftho deserved rcputstionit hss gained andjust-
ly entitled to, we annex a few certificates ind recom
mendatiiuis, psrticu'arly relating to health, from Dr.
Booth ind Ur. Chilton, practical chemist! ind Analy.
aistiol the cities of Philadelphia and Now York.
College Avenue, Tenth ttreet, below Market, t
Philadelphia, September 4, 1861. ,
I hive examined the esience of Coffee manufactur
ed by Hummel, Bohlor ft co and find that it! con.
stituents ire hot in the letst injurious to health, it
may be used freely and with perfect saletr.
i : JAMtS BOOTH, '
Pro. of Chemistry spplled to Arts, Frank'in Institute.
No. 73 chamber ttreet. New York, Aug S3, 1K51.
I have examined sn article prepared by Messrs..
Hummel, Bohler and co , Philadelphia, called Essenc
of coffee, which is intended to be usod with coffoe,
for the purpose of Improving it, I find it free not only
iroin iny thing injurious to health, but, on the con
trary, tlie ingiedienti of which It 1 composed an per
feclfy wholesome. J. R. CHILTON, M. D. Chemist.
Forssleby O. KAUKFMAN fc co., Agents,
ind other Druggists snd Grocers generally
Lancaster, Ohio, August 8, 1B63 . ... .
Bonnets, Ribbons and Fans, '
OV the newest patterns, all en hind it ' '
April 8, 1863 . ,' : . UENLSra, .