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Satduray Evruiuz. JVv. IS
- JiiTCBssTiau Case Important Decisio.
A few days since, uoVo Pjnt, of New
York, th Ciwmkert, imporum
decision, in a we brought bfere hiiii for tha
discharge of certain lvi.- II appears, in
brief.'tkiit a Mr. and Sirs. L'moitkirnf with
them eight slave, two lads aged. 17 ana 13,
twin boys ajjed 7, two infants and twd vro
inen, were compelled to stop,' in transitu,
from Virginia toTMas''and the "right' f to
boU theut waa brought ' before" the. CourJ
on a writ of habeas corpus.- The owners
claimed that they Jil not'coine into the State
fur the purpose of making it their residence,
but from necessity, and that thejf were en
titled to the possession of thtir property.
The Court decided adversely.' . ,',
Judge Payne held that no property, could
be held in persons except by local laws and
that the law of nations all-iwing of free
passage with property could not' under the
law of nature, include slaves.',' Several of
the leading cases had been cited, but the
Court did not consider this case 'as coming
-within the decision made previously, la
the Indiana case, the slaves wer discharged
because their owners were taking them to a
free State; in the Massachusetts case the
slave was discharged bocause voluntarily
brought into a free State; and in the Illinois
case, the decision turned upon Jhe infraction
of a clause of tb criminal code, the person
indicted having secreted a woman. ov;ing ser
vice to a citizen of Louisiana, , , , . - ,
. Trior to 1841, a law was in existence in
he State of New York, allowing persons to
pass through the State with their slaves
but this had been repealed and the Court
felt itself bound to consider (his case under
the 'law of nations and the general princi
ples of the common law. But these do not
permit the right of property in man, and n
person cannot pass through a State with
man as'property, although he may with in
.animate tbinirs, unless permitted by locsl
Ta Bhcxst Bsi'ti. We learn frvm h 1 ..A Thahmi viaa Tuxir. -Aa ingenious
ZsnesvUk. Courier that the Hon. Mr. Bart- MOtriver of ways and mean residing herea-b.tt.-ea.bs,
V the House ft- iVshing- j S";,
ton eoontjr, was dangwrowly wounded and . eording to law, on the last Thursday in Wo-'
his recovery is doubtful . Also, the Hon. vtnber, set his wits to Work to procure one
Mr. Oakley, member froni Bloiiroe county; : without labor, rove, or money. Turkeys,
who Vill not likely be able to tak- his eeat rJ "H? k"ow' PV od
during the present, session. , Twcnty-two jrr u theMinpg4 of U htT.i.Xd
persons were killed, or have since died from j out , fine fut gobbler from a tree' Tall, be-
their injuries, and several wore are known j feuffiutf to one of his neighbors.' While re
to be missing. The Cmirur asys: leonnoitt-ring the raos,he heard the feather-
An examination of the boilV. and flues jrd .distinctly-" Quit! Quit!!
ot rather the small portiona thai wre mt Vu'' But considered these as mere
i.i.., i. ..nri.nrl en.riii. wo" W course, he did not regard them a
eers. indicates the entire absence of w.ter. but takiifg a bit of red yarn from his
or nearly so, and it is also i their opinion that' he made foal to the right leg ot his
if there had bern wuter in them, that every (""tended priae aiid.rvtired. without further
person on the boat, would have been severe- j lr"ug.the brood, or at all disturbing their
ly, if not fatally scslded. The engineer on l,er- The next day he went to.hia neigh
duty, although dangerously injured, ja nvt , bor, house with the filllowing interrogutoryV
desd as was reported. , He says there was a "lou lisvent seen no stray gobbler here
coje or Tim amiistiia-
v WaaliiKOTaa, Nov. 17. The Republic
has a loag delense of the A diiiinistratioH, re
lative to the Crescent difficulty ;and denoun
ce the course f Law as a fiUbueUrinj de
visa to fan the dame of public excitement,'
and if possible ia velvet wo. cuunvries in - tlio
horrors of war; auil the repeated sending of
CH4tJtaoaj Nov IWrhe..JUabel left
Charleston at i o'clock on tte evening. of
the 15 U. She saw th. Crescent City near
the entrance of the Harbor nt Jluvun; also
saw a. Spanish steamer .beariiig tovvurd her.
supposed to inform her that 1ih uuylit euter
without further troublo.ss coiiJ-ruUlo unea
siness was felt t ilaVitfl iu coieiiPuc;e of
her tioi-urrivl whsu.4'. afld.il .whs lh;Vfthr
it wus because ths had been ordered not to
touch .therorj It is suul that . tle. Cuptuiu
I ... JEaianti a
Rr Aft nf i i M . ' '
). S. IIOHOIITIIM. M 1.7. IT
9i th Bi-trirt iviiirt Ibi Un bulcra
er Scientific Wonder 1 .
unwT OUHS for
OUMUI U ilttiauaaiw ittuvuiuiviv aai.s-ii, . ; I
to bully the Captain-General into the sur- j Ueneral will not u.terferu lurll.Qr with her,;
renui-r.ola positiou rigrttiuiiy niu;anu con-1 .
tratioa is prepared to' hold rights of com-
full supply of water on. Th- investigation
by the proper authorities, is progressing and
we will learn in a few days probably, the
result. l.v l i. i- s
"A small portion of one of the boilers,
which was brought' up by the Clipper this
morning, can be seen at the Stacry Hotel.'
It is a. smalt segment of two rings, still re
taining its circular form, but the sides are re
versed, the outside now, huvinz been the in
side before the exnloainn. Th mrtnl in
pronounced by good judges to be of the best i would not hsve taken a silver dollnr for the
hove ye!" : ,Tue neighbor answered he tiad
not; but. thi're might possibly be one among
his turkeys; anil akked the other if he should
know the turkey on seeing him! " "
' '-Oyes, yes," said the witty man 'of in
ventions, "I should know him very well, by
a bit of red yam he h:td around his right
Accordingly the whole 'flock of turkeys
were assemb'ed, and the man, deeply re
gretting his loss, and declaring that he
quality, and there are no signs of flaw or
defects, showing that the accident wus caus
ed by extraordinary and unusual pressure."
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Pa btt Caucuses. Iu a recent speech
in Missouri the Hon. Tlimnas II. Benton
cornea down upon caucus'-s and conventions
like "a thousand of brick." It is all welle
nough as far as it goes; but the Honorable
member forgets that it was during the Admin
istration of Jackson, of which he was a warm
supporter, the present system had its origiu,
and for the evils of which he mutt share the
responsibility. ' He says:'
"The remedy for the usurpation of the e
lective franchise is, for the people to take
the election into their hands repudiate cau
cuses and conventions and follow the Con
stitution of the United States as it now
stands, until amended by givinga direct vote
to the people, and a second election between
the two highest when no one received a ma
jority of the whole in the first cue. Better
obey the Constitution, and let the legitimate
authority decide responsibly between the
law. In regard to the provisions of the IJ.i three highest presented by the people, than
. . . , l I to submit the whole selection to irOaoonsi-
niled States Constitution relative to fugitive
slave and the right to regulate commerce
among the States, the Court held that the
former had no reference whatever except to
fugitive from labor, and so far as the latter
was concerned, it .had long been conceded!
that each State bad a right to pass laws, ne,
ccssary to the preservation of thehalth,ordr
and well-being of society, or wliat are usual
ly called sanative and police regulations, and
it considered the laws regulating or abolish
ing slavery as coming under this henJ. That
clause was also cited, giving to the citizens
of each Stat U the privilege and immuni
ties of the citizens of the several States; but
this was held only to mean that a "citizen
who was abseut from his own 'State and in
some other State, was entitled while there
'jo the privileges of th e citizens of the lattet
State. It would be absurd to aay that while
in the sister State he is entitled lo all 'tlio
privileges secured to citizens by the law of
all the several State or even of lit own
State'; for that would be to confound nil ter
ritorial limits, and give to the States not only
an entire community butt perfect confusion
of law. '""" ";I ' ; 1 - v. "
The Court having at length disposed of
tlio argument of the respondents, fell back
upon the common law and tho law of nations
and held that under these the slaves should
be discharged. ' Th lsw of New York, In
the absence of any positive enactment, did
not permit the right of property in man. ex
cept in the single case of fugliives'frout ,,lf
to submit the whole selection to iraesponsi
ble assemblages,' self-sppointed and rioting
in wineand meat, while playing a high game
for the great otfice. which belongs to the
"Suppression of agents who trade In leg
islation at Washington, and repudiation of
caucuses and conventions which dispose of
National and State ' afluirs, are obligatory
debts, above .party", and due to the purily ot U, 200 guns, and 3,045 men. The three
bird, began . examine the "whilo lot."
"Gobble, gobble, gobble," said the indiif
nant turkey, taller than the rest by a hrad.
. "Ah! that's he," said the inun, springing
up as he spoke, "that is the very identical
feller, can't you see he's got the mark on!"
"Well, so he has, sure enough," said the
honest neighbor, taking two quids of pig
tail in two minutes, "and yet, I'll be darn
ed alive, if that dos'nt look as much like a
gobbler of mine as two white beans. IIow
somever, as the critter belongs to you, why,
you must tune nun, mat's an
ile said no more,' but caught the turkey
and handed him over as be supposed to
the rightful claimant." The other thanked
him for bis trouble, and after inviting him
to come and take a thanksgiving supper
with bim, and telling him he should be a
welcome to a hit of the turkey, a , though it
was his own, he marched off triumphantly,
with hi prize under liia arm und a laujjh in
his sleeves. "' ' '
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Tub Japanese Expedition. This expe
dition Will sail on or about the 1st of Decem
ber, under the command of Commodore M.
('.Perry. The following is said to exhibit
the enective inrce of tho squadron: The
Vermont, with 00 guns and 800 men; Mis
sissippi, 375 men; Susquehanna, 360 men;
Princeton, 190 men; Allegheny, 190 men;
Saratoga, 33 guns and 190 men; St. Mary's,
23cunsnnd 190 men; Vincennes, 23 ,'uns
and 190 men; Macedonian, 33 guns and 450
men; Porpoise, 10 gun and 130 men;
Southampton, 4 guns; Lexington, 4 gns;
and Tabbot, already sailed, 4 guns. To
mtirce.and vindicate all proper privileges' of
citizens, it is neither prepared nor disposed
to call in quealio. tho prerogative claimed
by Cuba with regard to the excluaiou ot 1
purser Smith. The ' Administration - will !
maintain to the fullest extent the right of j
American vessels to trade with Havana, and I
will guard unflinchingly the personal rights
of American citizens visiting Cuba, who do
not compromise themselves by ait infraction
of local taws; Further than this it will not
euter into war to gratify the ea prices of an
individual or a company, to subserve pur
pose of desperate adventurers, or tq punish
Spain for sn act in which sbe'is sustained by
the common law of nations. It stands where
it stood fifteen months sgo, uninfluenced by
clamor at home, unawed by threats -abroad.
It willsdhcre to principles of honor and hon
esty,. and will carry them out, ot sea er on
and, without reference to consequence
ur. J. o, MUUUHTQri'S
RK ,mw rH!ilviiis by rnl 4h-l rjiilriod 1IHI Ton
of H r.lwrM (hifttock U Wrgnst w hav.i
vrrlocht.f A.itwt U" Vi!.fllf:li"i slmoit
ontimlv for cish frum iiuiiulart'ir -m liuimrumi.
nrico tltsn urn twlowi Ourlriiitii Tor buyi?nd,,
oar lrt trt- ive u uerior S'KautSjtw V1','
. ..dtllll.linkAnl. -
NownimiiiDg t th iin orthn pvl-1 n'k in.l milt-saV-.
76 do.p.i WsMronN. 0riin-v Ulek )
other pstterni Orsss SeythiH.
TH f. TRUE
; DIGESTIVE FLUID,
election and -legislation, atiA demanded by
the genius of our Constitution." -
Presidential Election. So all Scott's
brava-doing, Including his exploits at Lun
dy's Lane, haa endeif In an inglorious de
feat. We are much pleased to find thut the
Democrats hsve urceedod,aiid we entertain
little doubt but that the policy of that par
ty will be as conservative of the reul Inter
ests of the country as would be tnat oi tlio
Whig party, - ,
I ho JJemocratsare r roe t rade men out
of power ;wa shall see what they are in pow
er. Canada will meet them nan way, ana-
they note have it ill their power to oement k
commercial policy with this country, that
must promote amity ot relations neiween
the two country s.'and at the same time in
crease ten-fold their trado witit Cauada.
4't. Catherine'i Journals .
That Is the way a leading. Canada journal
exalts over the defeat of Gen. Soott, and
is an indication of what the ' London Times
willsay. The British, and Canadian have
no love for the old Hero, and have never ex
hibited any since he tore down the cross of
St. George with his own bands.
Murder. A map, named David Marnh,
partially insane, was murdered in Troy town.
ship, 'Athens county, by William Roby. -i
bor, and therefore persons could not pass j a,urieror' Mnd ftner .cceurv.
through that Btate, woonsv im vnem any
such prbperty. The argument of the Court
is lengthy and elaborate embracing several
extracts fmm Vattel, Puflondorf and others,
and we have ondeavored to give a general
uu,lliue in order that our reader may under,
stand the decision. ' It is certainly a highly
important case and may have important con
sequences following it. Should the Court
notbe reversed it will be necessary for each
State to puas law allowing of tho holding of
have' been arrested. ' It' 'Is supposed that
there was no cause for the murder, as Marsh
was generally inoffensive and never violent-
A SiNCULik Ehtai'ii. On a tomb-stone
in England is the following: , : '
: "Sacred to the memory,1 :
, Or Miss Martha Gwynne, 1 ' 1
...Who was so pure within, ,i
, ' - Sho hurst the outward shell ofcin,
'. And hatched herself a cherubim.
Jons Van 'Bui,. Ksq., has been on a
lave . oy persons, wh, w" ""r f visit to Geh. Pierce, since Ihe-clcetion.-property
in man, or commerce iinong the f L(jok o(jt fol U)- B,rl)burlicr
several States, North and south, would to a
great extent be discontinued.
Love's Labor Lost. On the day of the
Presidential election, a large number of cit
izens of the United Slates, assemb-d tt the
Consulate at Panama, and east their vote
loir President. Considerable exclteiiient
was manifested throughout the day.- Three
hundred aud twenty-seven votoi were rcgia-1
tered, representing every State In the Un
ion, and Gen. Scott received a majority of
twenty-seven. - -'
'AsotiiEi Wueeld arrow Ma. The St.
Lout IUpulilican announce the arrival of a
German Scholar, in that city, all the way
from New York, having carried hi library
of book in a wheelbarrow. Hi name is
Kamphausen. Having arrived in New York,
short of funds, he takes this method of mak
ing hi tour, and i highly pleated with the
facilities it afford bim for gaining informa
tion. - . .. :
Horrid Cruelty at 8ea. The Brooklyn
Advertiser tells a horrible story of cruolty on
board of one of the : Liverpool packet ships
of Griunell nd Minturn, of New York,which
Is of so startling and revolting a nature, as
to be almost incredible. - We quote: ',
"The captuin of the'vtssel in question, on
his last Voyage hilhcrward.'not only barbar- j
oa-ly flogged every sailor on hoard nts ves-,
sel, but subjected them tu a serios of abuses
that none but a fiend could conceive or exe
cute. He caused heavy , inarlin spikes to be
fastened to delicate parts of tho bodies, and
in this condition caused them to he dragged
from one end of the' deck to the other, be
sides inflicting upon them additional unheard
of torments.1 Tuking aome offence at the
conduct of the ateward of the ship, he or
dered him under pain and penalties of the
severest n iture, to catch three hundred fliba
and not one more, 1 or lew the snine tu be
delivered to him (the captain) within a speci
fied time. The poor fellow did a he was
ordered, and when ho had preaented to his
last panied vessels 'are storeships, There
are to be added to the ships' companies
700 murines, which, with the complement of
the slorethips, olbcers, scientific corps, ami
others attached to the expedition, will muke
an effective force of 4,000 men and 830 guns,
mosuy nesvy ordinance, The steamers are
each to mount a couple of Paixbun' shell
gnns of largest calibre, and placed on re
volving trucks, so as to sweep the horizon
These guns are intended to be 'used for (lie
discharge of shells 90 and 130 lbs cuch, and
long 43's, making 23 guns to each steamer.
Each ship Is provided with two bra 34lb.
field pieces, to be used fur shells or canister
shot. "" ' - ' -
Lake Siiorr Railroad"'' Great A
chicvement." We learn that the lust gpike
in the last link connecting Cleveland with
all "Down Lust' by a continuous railway
will be driven shout 3 o'clock this afternoon
Nov. 17th, and that the iron horse will drive
the "wheol barrow man'' into Erie this even
ing, and "crowd the leaders" nf stage coach
es oirthe track ultogethur. Messrs. Kelley,
Case, Witt, Beckvvith Sl Co., have perfo m
ed the crowning achievement," connecting
by ruilroad, the systems of the Atluntic and
tho Western States, by the opening of the
Lake Shore Line. 1 In tho language of the
Ameriban Railroad Journal, "the Union of
the railroads or the twogreat divisions of the
country "Is alt event of the highest impor
tance, both in the history of railroads and of
this country; and we hope to see the open
ing of the Lake Shore Railroads, which is to
accomplish this Union, celebrated in a man
ner worthy tho occasion." Cleve. Iter. '
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(T"Dear mntbor," said a delicate little
girl, " I have broken your china vasal".
"Well, you are a naughty, careless, troU'
blesomo- little thing, always in mischief; go
up stairs till I send for you." . -
And this was a Christian-1 mother's" an
swer to that tearful little culprit, who had
struggled with and conquered temptation to
tell a falsehood to screen her fault! With a
disappointed, disheartened look, the child
obeyed; and at thut moment was crushed in
her little heart the sweet flower of truth, per
haps never again in after years to be revived
to life. Oh, what were a thousand vases in
Ar-ATiiY in the Presidential Contest.
The total vote of Maine for President, on
the 3j iust., falls 13,000 short of the vote
i for Govornor.in September, when the Maine
law was the question at issue. '
(rThe Secretary of the Treasury, in his
annual report, it is said, will recommend
that the surplus revonue be appropriated to
purchase and extinguish the public debt,
without any restriction.' ;
frr"TheSt. Louis papers announce the
death of Edward Tracy auditor of thai city.
Legislature. Both . Houses, adjourned
yesterdsy morning, after adopting suitable
resolutions on the death of Senator Covey.
The Republic, however, states that the re
fusal of the Captain-General to allow the
landing of the mails and passengers; was an
act that admits of no justification', is often
sive to government and the country; -and
calculated lo excite a retaliatory temper on
the part of tho A mencan people.
m . 4
. l.uwr si una vuj.h. . , i
New York, Nov. 17. The steamer Black
Warrior arrived this morning 'with news
from Havana to the 1 lth. The Crescent
City difficulty was revived at Havana at the
instance of some old Spaniards who had been
prejudicing the Captain General, and per-
suadinn him to ' declare that the under
standing with Judge Conklin referred only
to one voyaffeot the t,reseent' t,ity. "A
Spanish war steamer was' cruising off the
Moroto prevent the Crescent City from en
teringthe Harbor, with orders to stop her st
all hazards. No further difficulty with oth
ef American vessels. ' Steamer Ometpe put
into Havana lor coal and. water a few days
since without a bill of Health, contrary 1.0
quarantine regulations, bnt this was over
looked, and the vessel received every tacili
ty, and sailed again on the 13th inst. for Saii
The British steamer Highflyer, two Brit
ish sloops of war and three French war
vessels were at Havana, hut no American
naval vessel was there. The Black War
rior brinera 3 1 passengers.
Later. The Captain deneral . has an
army of 30,000, which is moving from point,
to point, and is organizing so ss to le ready
for immediate action. Four companies of,
infantry and one of lancers were just sta
tioned at Cardenas.. ,
40 Jo rrlia', liMnii's WiUmn'swriiScjtii"" ; Prepitd Iroro Rkvnkt, or the fourtlt Riumacu or
ft rfn Wolforl'a n.lihrma'i8 0rii erall" . if , tur On, ilVei. direction uf JJ kok Li Biv, tlie.
l do Miller' and lwi? icvul ;' ' " i D. PhiUil lphi, Hcnmylvsma "
W do hv Korka; !)' d RiUat, atool bUJtl lioeii : fhii in a truly woiul. i IhI runicdy for Iniligrt!on.Dvs-'
llamea, Traw chainn. etc. sir. j . pppnia.JuauilKX, liver rniuiliunt, rmwl ipation, aud
Nalare s own Agent, tlie Gifllrlc Juice. n-
k',i.r, will find it to their inlerext not to m.te
their purchaao bfr.r" railing. oA looking through
our stQck! tm WErAvHITK i I.AT 1'A.
Lancaater, June u, I'm. . i j; . . ,itj;..t-.
- MKCIIANICS.' . i :K
nr;u 'flnJ thn ltmm.t Harduxtrt Store, all kinds
of mnehaBical til, it ad to every vdo ""
Will hj linn BarrHla .Gun Isv-Vt and Mounting. ! an Artifioint Dignalive. r'luiii, praciaelV
i- v. .. I . n.m.n a,H.or anil t fifral Uaii rli' JUIra 111 IT cnemirn powrrs,
' " PP-. .lit. ,.., Mrf..Kt ayhatitulsfor it
hullnt nwiulaa. .' . ............ ......r.., r 7 . . ., .
J i-ll.ll . ti'aapounlil ol fhraiK, Inftiaod In Watrr.
will diet or diaanltro, 'r" J'ihijr a Jloant iierf
in nbdtut two kfipre, wit nl'tlte atoniach.. .
PKPSIN is the cliii-f lrin.Mit, or Jrfiat DignntinR
PrincIVlo of H10 Canine Juice the solvent of the
buvii, me rurrfy"g, rrescrvrng, nu iauwiuig
I Agnntnf Iheatoimch and lateatiuua. It i rxtrarted
iikr me na-
FOR CARRIAftK' ANI Ul'ntiY Hill I.DKrLS.
We harecol'd Damaaku, lacoa, fringsa. 1
tlwi aid ol'lhi par. )iatin, tlie painaaud bvU of indi
' (iritlnnanu tly'tiiopsia are romovpo- ium aaini., .umu
-ftnn In.th. .- V . . ... 1. . " I ' I ff.j.
OTIan'd ami tnamra b-acnor fian.miwn",v.
atump joints, platod nuO andrivqtU.fuiUiii fvamoa,
1 - BLACKSMITH. ' ' '
' Will alwtavs find In our warn lVodsi tlicfarg't alock'
nd beat quality ot lrtyf.ii'1ih and American Wis
tar, Oeruun east and ahear ateul.i. "i .' r ,
- . : fOB cHltlKMAKKK!, v :,'. .
ur (.lr.. .ml 'Cmnico Morocco kin's. ed
sad pink lineina, biuiingir Iwol.iWebb, ahoa lafo" ;
and shoe thread. , ., '';..-' ? I-H
' . . v. ., , 1 i..j m'n..nln - 11 l.ii.Tinc., in ni var
A great variety ofJ.pM hraa. an,l platod mount ng , rf , hs
addretroet.ena-nlM leather hog am. pad sWa.,1 W , t (;
tag tracet, jetting nd webbing . "I rf ,11 Availing came n
a haalthv atomach It in doim wonders fiir Dv-
Nptira, cwil'g caaeaoUVbilitv.oiiiartation.iiei'Voua
decline anttdyaptjtic conaimipiinn; auppoaod to be I'll
the verg.cif tlie grave. TlieSi iiiitilicevidcnro upon
which it is.biueiT, U in tho liijjliost doroe curious and
ruiuarkabln. "' ' " '' '-'
SCIKNTIFia KVIUKKCK! '
BAUQN I IKbICi in hia colttbialud work nn Aninial
chi'niltry..s-sj."An Artilicial Pigpatlve Kluid.ana
logtiua ti tlie (itiic Juico. may bi- roadlly jivoparpa
front the niucotiiriiiembi'aiieof tliealomach ol'lhj Calf,
in .whica va'riouaaiUcloaof fcod aa; meal l nil egga,:
will be eqftemtt, changed and digeiteil just In thi
aaino aiammi-as tliey would In 'h the human stomach. "
r)v ttlMBE.in his rstiiabln writlnsa on tlio "lliv
laorves that 'a dMnlounon on
aatric Juice la . a umimnrint
prevailing csiiie nl liyafiepsia; an.i no-Man.
11 uirthcu proiortior 01 meiiiriiu' in uinoon.
' AVESTERN iJEW YORK A i
DOLLEGE OF HEALTH
K: 207 !IIMu Street. SalTlot N. V.
nC DR. O O. VATjaiHT'S . '
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PHI owWUistl nmmlr U niwmiiilf tnniMtm u(aMf H
1 Uw afii omw It to mklnc
1 : AIL 0 VM TH1 W0BXD, J ,r u
tt hrw now liina lA mUm mUtim JvT fsntfg Sfff. IBd it
rsaWlltmUuHr NUMnHlM rW , " '
y. DBOPSYt ; t 'TW, ,;.
ill iinra r ihif iMMpUlni twmtlUilr mlivti, m tttar
r' hw km ? alRmlinir, PnnqJUtt ff 7Wlimvttf. Thla
jiMfttNi i m triaihUu, m Cholbra. iui Um iAow and draatH'til
.rmrrwaa of iW Bwyy, bloMUng w iriUn to b tWfM whwh f
tmn lIm mtietit uusrly uuniila tu amava. I'ocbm oat of iu atoaH
Juuvwiuc laaiutat. - - j ,
; HITHEBT0 UfCTTEABLX,
:t now yleliU In Uila rematly anJ PliyMeiaiM m It paWtoly' :
inl iirirMsty wHk ixwtaol iwnciMi lat any an who hua
lin'l n aymiHom ol )mnt, of any oliarautar kaau thiiaUtiutt)
ay UMHHa aatl, i Ua wouUI avokl tbo aaaaturai , - . - A -. .
. . APPUCATIOH Ot THX KHIFX. "
'w iMrtuvnUl Ilia lytlem and lat tha aevaaieltitaS wntar Sot '1
away, uHlr la fttl at, aaaia, ana naallr to and ia diauillul :
rffafa, lut llirm jntt UM Uiis ivnwtlr la Mason, and a raoavarr
b mow. , L at tlMia try it nl any suaa of Ihia alias, ana s uum
a, o.-rtia. il IU win ,ia M a fail uial. '
' GRAVEL, '.,! ...... si .1 j .
4n,l all it f Uia arinarr orians t Tor thss lH4jMias
tiiHUiilrilnU. il stnnili aluna ; no otliar nrtiola aan rallava yoai '
ami ilw run laaiiliail ui will tomiaos tua saosl aasiuud 1
Sw IHunpliUl "t
, . 1. DEBILITT 07 TSK 8T8TKJI, .
waik bans, wanknass ef lbs Kalnays, I10.. o InSsnmailm
h sanai, la iminslialalr raliavaS by a faw Saya' ass af lhia
wIiuim, and jtsura is always a rasull of IU as. It suuuls aa
' ' A CERTAIN REMEDY ' "J
Sal sauk SnialttinH. sad saw for aafaasssasats of Ik, tssuk
' u ' ' reaEQULABITIKS. BTTPPRESfllOKfl, ! "M
tmliirnl naMiiMMiona. Ho artwr haa tvr bean raf Uoti
wliiuli w (mi lil tonli thia kind of ilaranfetMnu. It amy
irlir4 umxi an a iwe and ftauuva nmmir vmI did wa ftw .
iH-tmitwd to da ao, uUI
9fSl V - A TH0U8A5 D IT AHE8 . ? '
itfiMrf' taf wrm iti Uiit diMn-Miic claw uf oomitalnts. Be
mmMvt, Ad lirokan down. debilitaUMl ootwtHnttottaU froa
Uiaaltect of nmn-nry. will find tha brauiuR pttwarol Uiit artu .
ola to nctimffiadiuiair, knd tlw poMoaoaa tbanaral atrndtatacf
litttii iIm yttfm.
Tlieltidieiinut itfupvrt whleh aaaipoaa thia artlola, nan'
lafil tlisxalastlvsaa liMailMllltirlv IB tha, Blllilinit t ina of Lha iinm .
iMiind( for tl diHtraaainir elaai of ovmnltointa whicb bowl .
ihi iinriiijrni'U., For owturiai tiMm baa boa (ud in tha)
aorlli ot' fiunpa - ' n .v-
,, CERTAIK B0TAJTICAL A0EKT. . .
rtrliich ill nil iliwiisaa or dsrnnfsmanta of the femtil framvV
rtlMirnviiuM, ailnuallle. painful BMnslraalions, Saa
elivi'ltMl u uuia. Tliis root is inuiyeiHms to aur soil, anil foami
Nurnal pfopana. slm nun wuh. ,-
,; n that "a disti
in luraa iuaiililit ami as a main
uut an tfiiunl t il larms una ill tit uomiioanils In the prapnra.
IimiIiH liv lln line.
ikriiuiiaieil leauilel It ia aim, SMltaa.sssuss will (a itatarad
PanberrtiaholaH a)r aaoaUwUii tNsaasss aUaaaanl on pra. C
m nuirewsiis anil paiiiioi iroutaas wnica
marrwit and unmarried feaaeiae, and re- y
leal oluraouoM wbidi arisa frosa talma;
Will flnl the best glus, 1nmar.il and mahopny
knobs, venesm.till Locks, castors, etc.
We keopl T and! X Tin plate, sheet copper, tlu'd
copper, shoot Zink, shoot Iron and rivuta,
. ; . CARI'KNTKltS.
Allknnw that we always aeop on hand the largest
who was ,ov relv ilTJi'ted wilh thia cumnlsint, And.
ingevery'hingolimto liill. hal M course 10 thoUaa
trie Juice, otriaiuod from the stomach of 'iviaj, auii
mals, which proved completely aurrenful."
Dr.'URAllAM, author of the famous works onuVe.
getabl- Piot," asys: fit ia roinsrkald Isrel in phy
siology, that llid toinschs of animal, inaiu'ratml in
watvf, impart to the Huid the property of dissolving
various art int. 01 looti, aim 01 onuciing a k 01 or.
stock and best quality or Naila. Loi-ka, Latche,, win- j ty-lrial ,jgc.,(,0 0f them ionowisedilli-rontfl-oiri tin
dor ash,butta and hinua, white load and oil. ! natural iligostive process." I
Our stock is conipli-t- and wo are ileteriuinod to . n-wrll on tho Awnt.and sot a IVacriptiro cirru- i
make It to tho iutorost of the gwst majority or ma- . gyjtij.giving aTargeainnuiilolscieiiiilicevidnnce,
cltanlctopurclisae from us. ' ' , ' ...i ' " '! similar to the above, tngethevwith rrnwirts of I'uiiuurk-
1 ..: EKFJNUKII. ;Mi.TU . I.AltA. , ' - avblo cures, from all pails of the ITni's I State,. ; .
fncaalor. Juua 11. lb5J . Ah a J)uxwnsui (Vrcr.
Dr. II'IURH TON'S l'hft?t Baa produced tne most
tyrant master the captives be had secureil,
lis was directed to eat each Jfy tepetrattlu, or to
I MiiiTasmo Wa should sunnose ilii.i A I pvnuhtd for tach omuion to Jo to. : (
- 1 ' i .ilf 1 . .1 t L. . I
in these days of Locofoco victories and Whig
discomfitures, no member of the former par
ty would be found with anything vise than a
smile upon his lips and a cheer upon his
tongue; but the leading organ is in anguish
and mourning over the t degeneracy uf its
' party. The VVaahlnjtua Union luinents:' j
."Tbe eagerness for office is a prevailing
epidemic just now. 1 Thousands -upon thou
sands of Ddmocrats think o( nothing jttst at
tbls moment, except what perlMna to per
aonal ambition and self airgrandixenivnt.
Thia is not as it should be. The victory was
scarcely announced tipori the wings of htrht
ning, ore the scramble for office began! How
mean and paltry I How utterly disgusting to
, rA associate judge in Ohio, bavins
Viean klrVaJ . V.n... U,A. J . . r . L . : i . .
... . .1 . vfcM,on,'i a handsome profit for the own
was sent to the court then in session. Ai..1.rfiit. witW i.irh n.siah.
other of the judges, after bearing the par.
ticulars, moved aa adjournment of the court,'
stating ny a utptm Unyuoe, that their wor.
thy asaooiat ow lay sen,W, A lawyer
thereupon aroaa. and observed ia a solemn
tone, that if such war tb case, it was a
great plyr tbe rest of to court eould not be'
kicked by the same animal,
Upon reaching New York, the villain
would have been lynched by the passungers
aim ma crew, bad he not managed to escape
bv takings small boat from the ship ore ti
obtslned its mooring, at the dock. Officers
were sent In purau.ii of him, bnt it is report
ed that he fled to Canada. His place on
board the vessel was of course supplied by
the appointment of some other person.
A tiAMDeoMK Speculation. -Tlie U. 8.
mail steamship Arctic, which sailed from
New York on Saturday fur Liverpool took
out, as freight, twenty Ave hundred barrels
of apples'. Her prttdeeossor In the. same
line had two thouaand ' barrels, and the Pa.
rifle on a late trip had a large number, which
brought in Liverpool, twenty eight shillings
per bushels, or seventeen dollars per barrel.
They were the best Newtown'pippins, cost
ing at New York about 9 per barrel. The
freight charged is $1,30 per barrel leaving
v I.trMIlEK Atiif Vo.il! ,
Sal I to in tiicri.iliMl itlt'irltuiils'.
'IIHK subm-ribor Is now stMililnj an KXTEN
I 8IVK I.UMJIKH YARD,. , . . .... I
At Bln.j'i Vharr,-r f Cinlnaaibus and
'-MIgsV' aire, lsiMaialer. ' "
and Intends kaeplnir, constantly on hand all kinds 'oT.
unmoor ana nai inraa's. ' r
His SKtenilva acqsaintanre and knowledge nf Lum
ber, will enable him to solnct the best quslltlea. and
ell si such prions, as will merit the patronage of s
onerous public. , ..:
. UUILDKRj AND CONTRCTt(R8
havlna special bill to fill, will And It to their Inierrsl
to call on him before purchaainir elsewhere. .
II T Us will lo furnish at Wholssale and Retail,
W,WKand(7KAfi.VTpfnrerloroii'ifv. - -
Be levlnn In tlio old maxim. that tmrnble Siipeitre
ia oeiier man a aww uniwnt, mv lenns will oe casn
August 31. . WM. 1. CARP.
SADDLE AND I1ARNIs"VkJISg7
Co-rrtnerh i n.
TI1K anderalKned haa taken into partnership la
theKaddls, Harnesa and Trunk maaulactiurin.
bualneaa, Johsi H. Matusoh, and ths business will
hereafter h conducted under tha firm turns of LIT
TLK a. AM TU CK. The pat rename of the pubUc
UrsMpectfT1uc(u,i, ' r
TT All those Indebted to the aubsfruW. are earn.
atlyrMrea.ed to call a.d Mile aa the old hwalness
March 30, IHfii. dfcw48 '
ills of this description Can be delivered,
ensuring its good order, haa given nae, this
seaon,to quite an xtenaive traffiok.
A ViTiBA.--Conrad Heyer, of Waldo
boro', Me., aged one hundred and three
? ears tbe tenth of April laat, notwithstknd
ng a severe storm on the 3d Inst., traveled
.la miles, and, was at tha polls at ufual, and
.ast his vote for President.
Boaaetft, Rlhawin nnn Fans,
OF the newest psttern,, all ob hand it
ApH8.1H6a ;. HB.Vf.R."S.
OKA N O KS A li l LV. m i OR H
AFf Boaws iust iwreimed at ths ohy ally Hrve
ten. , ... KUWAIDUSCH'M. '
IsocMtw Jus ST ,Mi
, Kttssatk a4 IHaoar Hats, , K
ilKAW.PmaaaeKl Lswharo, btaatlnil UsavttiannM
Outs .tyle., at iaV.VXfrtf.
From B ililmti'o.
Baltimore, Nov. 17. Secretary Corwin
returned last night in excellent health; tho
Cabinet are now all in Washington. Sen--
ators Smith and Morton have remained here
dtirintr the nio.it of tho recess. Senators
Droadlieiid and Pratt have been here several
lnv!on business of the Mexican Cluim
Coiiiiiiillee, ot which they are member,.
Representative Brice, ol N. J., arrived yes
terday. Baltimore, November 18th Official vote
of North Curolina gives Pierce 6 muj.irily .
Gov. Reid. Issued a nroi'lamatioii c.illiiiji
electors to usseinblo at Roleijrii, un the first
Wednesday in December lo cast the vote of
The receipts to the Wnsliiii.'ton Monu
ment Fund, from the M to Iho lUlli of No
vt'iubur, oiiHiiint to $5,550.
Lieutttinnt Divenport and Purser Smith,
of the" Crcucent City, hnvo iloclined n public
dinner tender. 'd thotn by citizens of Now
Major Ripley Arnold hail arrived at New
Orleatis from Texas frontier, and reports
every thing quiet among the Indians. .
The Bultiinore Democratic City Oofivpn
vention have appointed a'committee to make
arrangements for the reception of General
Picrca on his expected passage through this
city lo Virginia. ' Jt '
Philadelphia, November-18, The Mar
shals and Police succeeded in muking sn im
portant arrest to-day. Two women were ar
rested lust night at the Theatre, charged
with passing counterfeit half dollars. The
develonements made led to the arrest of
Lewis II. Riggin and William S teller, form
er for passing, latter for making btise coin
at Stetlur's house. Four hundred dollars
wero found, with moulds and other appara
tus. They had a hearing boforo Commis
sioner Heazlctt; both committed.
From Boston. ,
Boston, November 18. -Advices from the
Rio Grande, by an arrival from Buenos Ay
res, say an attempt was made to overthrow
the Government of Urquiza, who was ab
sent at Santa Fe. Civil war was appre
hended. ' -'' ' ,y , ;' .
Corcoru, N. If; November 18. The Su
preme Court doaided that the liquor law pas
sed by the Legislature of this State is un-1
. Commotion In ITIexico.
Philadelphia, Nov. 19. The mail thro'
from New, Orleans., Tiio papers contain
the particulars of the Mexican, outbreak at
Mattunoras. Cardiuas, on assuming the.
Governorship of Tumuulipas established a
military police, against which the Ayuntia-
miento of Matamoras protested. Gen. Cav
ales undertook to uphold Cardinas, but was
hissed and booted out of the room. . He then
presented himselfat the door of tho Town
Hall, surrounded by military guards, and in
formed the members that they were all un
der arrest, and would be sent to Victoria.-i-
Tho willing tools of Cardinas were substi
tuted fur deposed mombers, and on this the
National Guards crossed the river to the A
ineriran side, almost en masse, and. after re
ceiving ..run and amunitiou recrossed to the
Mexican side, and marched toward Victoria,
with' the to ten lion of driving out Curd Inns.
They were pursued by Cavales and Ave.
los, and a battle ensued, in which the Na
tional Guards were victorious, drivint Ca
vales ' and AVolos offthe field, and retaining
possession of arms and artillery. The let
ters containing the news were written in
great bastft,but there appears to be no doubt i
of the defeat of Avelos and Cavales.,
::H'.-r nrrr-f 'j
.,i Arrlvul oi'tUe Atii. , ' i ?
Fbancb Senate met on the 4th. Teh
menbers voted that the people should ' be
consulted in reference lo the Empire-t ' M.
Fould, Minister of State, declared that Gov
ernment did' not oppose' the) proposition;
which was then referred to a special com
mittee, whose report would be' presented on
the 6th. ; It Is stated in Paris as oertaia,
that the SenattuC wultet will declare the
imperial crow a hereditary in the- person of
Louis Napoleon and his male descendants!
and, in tbe event of his not having male
heirs, then in the person of his adopted son,.
should the latter die childless, afterwards io
tha peraoja of the ex-king, Jeroaae, and ha
iamlhr. "- .-. , .... - u.t i-l
Victor Hugo and others, are out in oircu
lar,warning brethren not to voto for Empire
ITiinowohnrally admitted by all persons who
have taken the p'sias to infbnii themselves that
SMITH &TONCJ keep on hand the largest and beat
assortment lor . ' . i ' -
Jl.OHIIN(J MK M IIOVH,
JT any establishment In Fairfield county, and on ae..
enuiit of the sroused in solnctiag the stock by the
proprietors, who have had a lone expmionce in the
business, it Is equally true '.list for quality and varlu
ty the assortment usually kept cm hind, - '
CANNOT BH KXCiai.F.II,
ttv en v other In the Ststa. And more than this, the
goods are purchased at tho lowest prices which ens.
bis tha proprietors to dispose of them upon
T H K VI i M r UK St i l I . K T K H
In proof of all this, the publirars invited tocsll In
and examine thu liuo assoitmout which ha, born
Holucted, . 4 , .
I-Oll I'Vl.l. AND WlNTKli AVK.Ail.
With theoxpress purpose of clothing tho msle por
tion of this community In the latest snd most fashion
able atvlns and in tho very Inisl msnnor.. it can be
done anil will be done, at p'rirn, which cannot fail to
ploaae. Amonnthsorlineiil mav oo uotea,
Fine Clnlli I'rock snd Dnss fonts.
"' Clntii,l)-vei'i.i'l blanket OVer do. V
All qualities and color: ufSac'w lo.L..'' - ,
Illack, bluoand fncy chilli Pauls, t
do do no caisimrre no.
do do do salinitt do.
Illai'k and fanrv satin Vests,
Murine, clolh. plaidsnd wooll.'h Vesta.
Also a lino assorlmont nl shirts, silk pocket mil
neck handkorcliiols, suspnn.U'i's. cullsis, stocks, I'm-
brollss, &c. 8.c
marvellous elfects. in cui'inc'asusof IMiility. h.ma
rlation, bervom Dr.rhne nnd Dynpepltc cnnsumptiOi.
I' is impossible to ive the detsilsol cssos iu. tlio lim
its of thi, sdvertisemOiit:bui eii:'uciiUc?','"rlilicates
havnboen jlven nfmoro than Two Hundred remark
alilerureH, in Pliiladelphia.NewYork and Boston alone.
These wvm nearly all desperate raws, and the cures
w ero not only rapid and wonderful, but puriiisnenti
It is a great A'crcoux Antidote, and particularly
lisoiui lOl MHIUL ill jr IU uiiinua uimii u-j , n.-,
plaint, fever and sguo, or hsdly treated fover anf
auo, and tlie evil ellwta of Quinine, Mercury, and
other (hugs upon the Digestive Organs, a dor a long
aicknes, . Also, for oxces, in estiug, and the too fr e
use of ardent spirit. It almost reconciles Health
with Iutemftratire. f t i
; OUStomnrh Complainti. .,
Thnre'is no form of Old 8oinarhwnplaivts which
! it does not a em to roach and remove at oncri '0
matter how bad they may be, italics instant relief!
A ainfile do.e rii oeaall the unpleasant svtnptoms;
; sml it onlv nm d.s to bo ri-pestod lor s short time to
I make those good elf clHjormsiient. Purity(f Jtlood
I and vigor of Hotly follow at once. - It is particular
! ly excellent in cases of Nausea, Von.itinc, cramps,
soreness oil he pit of the stomach, distress after eat inn,
low, coiu elate 01 too oiikhi, m aviuoss, iiiwiioss 01
spirtts,despoii(i'Miey, euisciation, weakness, toiuluncy
to lnsnnil. suiciil". &r i
Dr. HtllHIU TON'S PJuHSlN. la sold by nearly all.
the dealers in lino drugs x fopuur.Mei.iciiies.iTiruugn
nut the Vnited States. It is uivpsred in Powder slid
I in fluid form and i'lescrij'iiin vial, for the use o!
! Phvslcinns. . . -'
-j l'rintt Cimlar for tlio use cd Physician,, may
1 be obtained of Dr. lloii)(liton or his AKeiits. desi'vibiny.
! the whole orocess of nveoarnlion. and iivini; tho au
thorities upon which the claims ol this new remedy
are baMed As it is nut a secret remedy, no objection
rsiinoisisod si'aiust its nseliv Plivsicin inrespecta
- kla Hi... .K.I rt.n,.l..u. I'l-tl'U 1 lie,' Itnitln.
Th. ahovoemlirsress portion only orthelr Heady- : otlnsKMVK this! fcv ry bottle of tbe gennine
mad . ClorJun. all of which is well male and out of i PKPSIN bears the written signature ol .(. IIOI'CJH
ood inaturial.. In adaitmn to liijs, tho public will lmd: T0X, M D-solepropi-itor, PldUdtflphu, Pa. Coj.y-
tlllll ',A .r.l,l.l'.. I .-sti.S I .11 f I . rnjht anil Jijrte .MarK senneo.
Of cloths, cassimeres.safinolla.'ife vostings. of the most
beauliful styles and colors snd of thuJiost quality,
which will ini madd up to cider, aud . ,. t
A GO JH KIT WAUUAN I KI!
Thus not on) y being prepared to supply those who
desire ready-made clothing, but also being eual'led to
sccoiuinulato any class of customer, with aoods se
lected with much care, they ox pec I to retain the pub
lie favor bv iileaslng their 'customers.
Thankful lor psat favors-, a continuance of Iho pa
tronage of Ike citionsof this and aurrounding coun
tiea, is respectfully solicited. Kor good ( ioous, koo.1
fits, well-ma lo clothing and low prices, competition is
put at defianoe. , -
Remember the place Immediate! v eaal ol Reber
and Kutz's store, with Iho words "Cluikliig Store",
painted above the duor in Ui'a ;U;'s.
'- SMITH k TOKO.
fjinoaiter, October 30, 1851 80.'
' wiii'iniiiii: 'i cMiiisony .
OVKB HALKa Millionnf Teslamnnialahave been
ruceived by the Proprietor of McAliater's ALL
'eV5S' a'rotii Physician, the most
s from Councillor, learned
In the law. from Judgea ol"
S ... i.-i -. . .i i - i.
uoiuurn s- nil VHO oouvn,
Jnoio Ministers of tha Una.
I (jul, whose undeviating in
1 egrity have inado them
.hinl.i'.i lil. I (ho ...Hi
1 of 'Truth, from enllehten-1
iO erl Professors, from acute
Jt ; Muri hauts, A from those
1 . f every station, name!
ndd'greo among maiiiiind all of which, without
one dissenting objection, pronounce this Ointiiitntto
Asdavbvday it unnhtrusivelv extend, Ita suhere
of action along Ihe border, of our vaaUountry.andis
circulatpd throughout its extent, new evidences ofit, I
Sower aat new proor ot I'a eiii. acy see i-outinuslly
oveloped. Three Mtilliomi u Ijovus,. appliod todia-'
ease within tho last four yosv, havo oatsblislu d tlie
astounding fact. beyAndthe power of cavil or cont -diction,
that it is iKrAi.i.iHi.K in the cin e of all Tu
mors, Ulcers, Rom, ilunra, Tetter. Pilm, Scrofula,
Erysipelas, chilblaina.scaJd Head, sore Kyea, Quinsy,,
croup, Rheiimstlsm, liroken Breast. Apue in the Fare,
corns, &c It completely restore, the Insensible fr.
sumatioM, and by thia moans opens those sviwiues by
which natunt intondsd to expel Ihe) 'morhid matter of
the bndv thus is Ihoaystem cluanedi the blood pu-!
rUied: and tho health ro-torod ,
It ha, power to rs all extents I sores', Hrroful
one Humort, nnd Poismovt VMn.lt to discharge
their putrid matter: aud then heal them.. Itis rightly
terino-' All Healing, for there ia scarcely disease
external or iulemsli that H will sot. benefit. I have
used it fortho last fourteen years lor all tho disease,
of the cheat; consumption slid live;invoTviiig tho ut
most danger and responsibility: and I declare before
heaves and man, that net in onoaioglbraaevliaa it fail.
d tnh'tnelit when tho patient wss within, reach of
J. Mc.VHSTKR. 141 Fulton-st NewYorhSole Pro
prietor. A. fc 8' Hrsnst, Affents forOliio.
. Sold hv E. L. Slocnm and Otro W. Kraemer,Lan.",--tnriK.
Kslb.HushvilU; VW. Heed. t.rrolI;M.v'amp
bll. Pirkeringtnn: Leonard and Urol her, llaail A,K.
Mltthoff, Lockville; Samuel Itartlet.a Winchester; J
Kndstny, 1.1111000118; K'.Ceohegrt, Baltimore: J. ClaVr
nnnl.Nbw Kalam: J. and S. Ueiibee,. Amanda; Daniel
llawkln. Sugar Grove; Ashbaugh and Boery. Bremeo
ui il i'i:i.Kt. k. I'll 'I.in i::
. . K .( , J ol 1 - - -il,n-.i'tsil
v " LITTI.K ' &' "ORKHBACI1S,-i-Main
eltreet, l,sieastcr,' Vhlo,' between J,
,1 "i-Sol.l bv all DrliiruistB ami ivaliwa il
iljcrttn -KDIV A HD I., I.OCl'.l. LsNOAifK; ,
. , . Pa.. J. M. VVn.soN, Newark;,
1 ' "" Ti ottr & KioKAHiiT, CirclevlllflT '
MsrcKfi, 0. HosKM-ra, Coi.viuiiv' 47.
. sVjrans: Aroceirx au l', HegMi'a.
Ilerdsvora ra, . . -.i
HAVK Just received their Fall and Winter etotlt
ofPiy Got dsiQroceri, tVuena ware, Olass
ware, UooU sad Shoes, cotton Yarn, Batting, Wall
per, Bordary, Window Bliada, Carpets, Blsnkots.Klaav
nels, etc. sto., all of which have been aolected with
care aa regards quality, styles sod prices and will he
old at the lowest market prices. VVs invite our old
friends ana the community in general to come and
examine our atoolc before buying elsewhere, ss no
pains will be spend to give antit satlalacUoa is all
who will favor us with their custom.
. . " . - KOOK H. I.ITTT.K!'' A "
, ! i ' ,1 r THARI.ES DRKnBACH.- .
.'" UA M0 KL D. 0RKSBA.CH. ''
' Lisvooetor, SrUniber 24. lBi;i.',s ' t w ,.,"i'.A'
CHERRY PECTORAL '
. , .: For the raplil Cure ,
COUGHS, ( OLDS, I.OAKSEIVESS, I
BRO.MIIITIS, ui;ooriG-(oi(.ii, j
cnour, ASTII.MA, AND ;, ; J
Many years of frislvinstead of impairing the pubs
liccrnfidi nee in thia medicine, has won for it an ap
preciation slid n-itoviety by iar exceeding tho most
sanguine expeclatii lis of its fi-ii'ii Is. - rs'oth'ng but ita
mrlnsic virtues and the iinmisl akahle benolil confer
red on thnussnds of sutfem-s, could origliwlo and
msintsln the reputation It enjoya. While many Info-
rinrremediea thrust upon tho community, have failed
and been discarded, this hss gained frlc'n la by every
trial. fon'orred benefit, on the allllcted they ran no-'
ver forget, and produced rurea too numerous and too
remarkable to be forgotten. '
While it is a I'rsudon thn puhl c to fretend 'hat sny
one mndirin will infallibly euro still there is abun
dant pronl'thst tins riiKHar PRCTOtiAi does not only,
ss s g"nersl thiiuj. lot almost iuvaiiably, cure the
msladiit, Air which it Is employi d - - . i- -sslim"
mskes thssse farts wider an I bolter known.'
this mnillcine has grsdusliy beoiiio the liest relisnce
of the stilicted, Iroiu the log-cabin of the. American
peaaanl, to the palaces of kuropoen kjirya Through
out thia entire country, 'n ecerv Slate, citv. and ill-
deed almost every hamlet it contains, enantav me
tosal is known aa the best reinoily extant for ilia,
eases ol the Throat and l.unga, and in many fornign
countries, it is coining to be extensively used bv their
most intelligent PhysfVians In Ureal Hi-itian, p'rancS
and Oermauy; wh re Ihe medical science have reach-'
ed their highest ptn-terlinn, chkhhy vkktuhai. is in
troduced,sud in ronstsnt use in the Armies, Hospitals.
Alius. houses, Pub ir Institutions, and in dom wtic ,.rao
Hce), aa the nirvst nenieily their attending Physii ians
can employ for 'the inure dsngornua: all'ootions ol the
lungs. 1 Also iu mrlrrer casee, and for 'ahildrt n it is
ale, pleassnt, arid etfectusl to rura. Iu duct some ol
the most flattering testimonials u- receivetl hare been
from partnts wlus have foluid it- etticaciuus in cases
particularly incidental to ohildhood " : i '.
The onKHairviieiiSAi.ui Rianulsi tiiri'd bvaprac
tical chemist, and every ounce of it under his own
eye, ilh invariable si iuracy.and care. It is sealed
and protect' d by law from riuiiiterieits, ronseiiiient
ly rsn be reli"d cm as genuine without sdnlU ralion, .
Wo havo cnib'avored here io furnish tho cominu
nlty with, medicine of such Intrinsic, superiority
alid woilll ss should coninisiid itself to llmir rouli-denco-an
medy at nncesafi.. apeedy and elfectusl,
which tliis his by repeated and counties, trial, prov
ed itsell to be; and trust bv g.-eatcaro in preparing tt
with chemical accuracy, of uiilmrm strength tu atiord
ni I . . . t " , f
alien ossflir kepi lo mi
moves IIhsw pefioul,
SOSIKa. , ! I i.r 1 . , , h-.i-s .. . ; .
CON0UMPTIIIN n Livsa CnaenisT, BUitut DtV-i. '
Mess, sdsssMslies ,if las Lung; Csafts, CtUi. Meaess. ' -.
I.': J''1" Sum's, Ifaursaas, 4, lur all Uissa dissasss ae
Medicine Kssever been luessi. ' I ti
; . : CAKCEBS, IXVKB B0RBS, SCROFULA, .,,(,
SWKI.I.KII JtllNTfl.HARDTUMORh, snd SPINAI,
A KFKI.TIONU Itu Mrdicint Ui anal ia saeiaf Ms eerrt
casrt: lit ae ess njtirlrd milk IAms cesisVaials, er aa, slAer,
neritnli i trg At Mnttchu, as a ears aavtV cssTaisLT re. i
mlt f rom its s. Mrrs aeiar ae Med' Lint ana arers la,
CerM Ut svsW. Csll o jlgmt end set a fsauMVsl. . . . S
i' . ... . FSVES AMD AGUK. . ,..
To lls llreiil Weal aatieeiallr. and wherever umss ooav"
plnmto unnaal. una mailiiiina is oOarsd. - . .1 : '., ,., ivv
. HO XIHEKAX AGENT, . ....
no ilcleteriuua uimimiinil is a part of this miliars. It aares
Uiesa -iiareeM wiih veHsutu ami saiaritf .sad sues rest lau, s
the nytom toroiii. .
Il is raielsof nwu alows, anal is pinvlr a Veffetabla Prtpsra- 1
Ihin, ami una noibilis in iu uurnuosiliuii wlilub aa. in Ilia lenai
ouura unr ishwu aisler any iiiruaineuuiuea wliauvur. -Na. i
meruua cenilicaiea of ilia msliett restieuu.bililv are nablithasi '
iu His uauiiulas, ivhitli are ilistrikauai srauuieasl, , , .
sS arHsM f miust psinl'ut oharaoter, is ' '' ; 1 ' '"4
i ... . e . , IMMEDIATELY BELIEVED,' -' m:
vi.j a sure follows br a Tew dura nee of this amulet it la faf
laelore nny oilier iiretismiion for tliis ilieenae, or for any ulhof '
disrus onaisuiin, Irora impure likjd. ,- piwni'blM. . . ,
EKDPTIVE DISEASES '
willilrlrf iKi iitlrrsiiea prutwrtiei of this article !
PUaiFY THE BLOOD, t . ' t
uml itriva .u. li iliaeatas from tlie irilem. Hea Psmprilet fat
itsuinwnr vl ourea in ull ibaenies, wfiiuk tha liaiiuol' sn uilssr.
llseiiwiit will not iHrrinu to lie nsmeil tie re. Asenls ,ita them
awny they uvulaip la piutcs uf vnliliiwuts uf bisk ckeratiur, -s
and u airoii,er '
.1 v ARSAY 07 PROOF , ' .. -.1;
of Ow rirluaa til a lueiliume, uerrr appaiireil. It la ons of ths
peuuliur leuii.tse of lots arliula that It never fails le bsiieSi la '
any citse, nini il hone ami hiiihjIs are left to build blkmi an ths '
aim.-lausl aad huasriiuj invaltil .... . - .
., . ,; HOPE OH, . v . ,
ami kof i; inkiiia tin, amlluins us Ions us litem Is an iasiinrsv
Html. Tue pruerislur wuuhl . .
... , CAUTION THE PCBLI0 . .
asainai a niiailierot' arliulea wlilub uomaoat aattsr tit, haail of
J" SARSAPARILLA8, BTBDPS; a, " 1"
si anna for llrui.ty, lirs.ot. ka.t Tiler ura arsal fie) aMbiage
anil vuiiUKteil 10 sull Ute unwary ;
TOUCH THEM MOT. ' ' '
Their tiivrniiira never lliossht uf imnn, sunk tlieeaaes tilt ikw ,
nnicle liinl ilniie U. A purtiuulur sludy af llts puiupblat ia
Asvi'lamei 'ill who sell ihe srltelenre. 'J '.,
GLAD TO CIRCULATE V ,
jrnntlt.Ki.lr. I'm up iu 20 ot. bottles, nt si; IK os. iln. at '
eUi l,- tst.-li ihe lsrsr IhmiIiiui box. ntoreUisn iwo ani.-ill bau (
Ilea. I.iwk nut uml lint sel imputed upon, felvsry bottle hss '
" Viiiisliii's Veitemltle l.itanulnplia Miilure," blown upon
iln- slsss. die S'l-ilfes aiRiisturs ul' ' II. U. Vunsnii " o tha
lirtiMHiiiN, and" II. O. V'uushu,-Hnlfalo," siataprd ea tea ,
airli. Nime oilier are genuine, I'retismf by Or. tt. C.
V iiusbii, mill m,IiI ul ths I'riucipsl Oltiee, SU7 Main atrest,
ttulliiiii, at wIhiIumiU. nnd retail. No ntleiilmn aiven re letlera-r
unltse ium pshl pusl tihiil tellers, or verhiil tajwiauutuauoiis
saiiirilnij. snvice, proiiiptly allrmleil to. sralla.
Wltulesale Aatnita, lllcutl, MuKeeaon at Rubins, No, Wl,
alnnlen I4U1, New York t'lly ; Mrs. K. Kiihlor h to., Bos. ,
con ; !'. 8. II nr.letall & t'o., Onittiniiulj.; J. Owen a Co., tie. I
trull: tst-nra It Buy, !;tii,-iu:o; Kisk It Hull, C'lsvelsiul: R.
H Hellers. I'm.biirah 1 VViiier fat Hime, Hasiillon, O. W., '
nil us Mile by all tlie nnlieclslile liruastala Utruuskeal Ua
"alien Bute. Ulna s.aauns, auu ai-rwUUI sy n
' i ' I Orel Afrrlkfis rVoalles,: ,-: ;
O. Ksn'rman .It Co.. t'o . (.ancast r; Leonard 3t Mro
thcr.lis.il; Shaw and Hutchinson, West Ruahville;'
1.1). Keiii'iard, i.lthr p di; I) H. Mmller, Somerset;
Tro-s't nnd Kickhart. I Urclnville; llonry King.Tarlton;
Dr. D. 4 Fisher, Baltiinoro, , July 2, mi t . 13 t
;.rorgf llnihincrt Premium Essence of Codec
' M.iMur.seTu'sRn by Dahikl Bohi.lh (a co.. -!
One I'ackage at 15 ce.if, uitl nave 4 lbs. of Coffee!.
Tills Essonce w lately awanl.-i with a silver
mods' in he American Institute, New York, also
wilh thu lirat premium lor such article, in thu Frank-,
iu Institute, Plil sdulphia.
So d Wlio'ess'e and liutail, et tho proprietor's ante
J Depot.-ilH.Cs lowhilalreet.l'hilsdiih'his. Also.fnrsala
ty our Agents, so l at the principal lirug sl.d UroctsTy
st.ires throughout tho United States.
This Ksaencs has been proven by many thousands
of tiio richast :r.-J mostrespoctaule families, a, well;
as bv the poorer clays ot )'t,ple, almost through' tho '
whole United tststos,to be by far tha beat preparation
of coiree over olt'ered to tbe public, Collue made by .
this Kssenco is much more who exome, moro delicate,
linnr llavnrod, perfectly clear, and, iu every instance,
uperinr to. the. finest Java f'oiroe. v
In order to give full aatisfaction and proof that ths.
above article is perfectly healtliy, and to show some- '
thing of tho deserved reputation it hss gained and just-,
ly untiileilto, we ano"xa fowxuitilicates andrecom.
mendatioiis, particu arly re ating to hea'th, from Dr.
Uotith and Dr. Chilton, practical chemists and Analy
siatsol the cities offlitladoliihia and New York. - - '
Cullcge Avenue, Tenth street, belme Market, t i
fhiUuMphia, September, 1B61. J
I havo examined tho essence ol'C'otleo nianufactnr-'
ed by Hummel, Bohlnr a, CO., and find that itkeon-"
stituents are not iu the least tnjurinua to health, iV
uiy bs used freely aud wi'.h rurlect ssletv. : -. , (
. JAMES BfJOTir, 1
Pro. of Ohemis'ry applied to Arts, Frank ill Institute.'
ivo. 7a chnmbere afreet, ew York, Jug S3, lr61' !
I hsve evamined sn- article: prepared by Measrs. :
Hilin n.il, 11 ihler and Co , 1 hiiailulphis, called Essence,
of cotl'oe, which Is Intendud to boused wilh colfee,
for the purpose of improving it, I Und it free sot on I y
iroiu any tiling injurious io n inun, out, on tne eon-
Physician, anew agent on which they can rely for
the best results, and the aAlicted with a remedy that
will do for them all that medicine Can do, ...
trary, the ina-iediout, of which it is composod are per-,
fuclly wholesome; J. R. CIIII.TON, M. D. Chemist.
' For Sal by U. KAOKKMAN A. co., Agents, :
' -' I and othor Druggists and Grocers generally.
Lancaster, Ohio, August 8, 1863 ., , . ., .. ...
'" RAIL IIOAT) MOTICE.7 ; '"'
NOTICE ! hurobv given, to the Stockholder ef
the. Cincinnati, Wilmington and Zaneiville Rail
Road Company, that an Instalment of ten per cent.
upon esch share of the Capital Stock of said company,
is required to be paid to the undersigned, Treasurer
thereof, at his office in 1 jncsster, on or before the
KI48T DAY OFMARI.H NEXT, and a like Inatsl
men! of ten per teat, every sixty days thereafter un
til Ihe whole amount is naJd up. r . .
By order of tho Ilord of Director,." , ''' ''
' ' JOEL RADEBAROH, Treasurer,"
- Cincinnati, VY. A Zanesville Railroad Consauayr .
. Norsia.-r-Inlerest will be allowed oa all subscript,
tions of stocky Irom the tiino paid in, until the roadr
i, opened and in operation. '
' And for the eonvenionsa of subscribers, Jol L. '
FaAMtninr,, luW, of CbraavUlo. has been appointed!
to receive iiiss"ie)nuist from subscriber, rosidijij in,
Pickaway county. , V
- DaniklMcLbah,' Ear) , of Washington, for those,'
rusi'lirif in Faveits county, and s.j c J
LawhjcSck Vitshuoh, Esq., of VViluingtoB.fronk
those residing ia Clinton county. -is,; ,i
. . JOEL RAPr AnQa TreMrersl
Cincinnati, W. tt Zaoosvitto Rsjtl'osd companvC
McELWOYfclWXlNOHCRST have removed thelj
Bool and Shee Shop to Oiesy's building, fi,r
dooreaetol the Fjichangs and immediately oppooaik
Mr. Sainuol Beery', Grocery ', where they will keep
I 1 mnA inaiHitacruBsa to ojaiSAS BnaS. .J ci.n.
aAajcii s I, a. avi!b. chsimist, loku,ii, ot'ih(l foy. ,u warranted and Mid at low
Sold in Lancaster Vy Ksutfmsn eo K. L.Hlocum
and Dr. M. Z. Kreiiter, Ruahville, K. Kalb, and by
Druggists and Dealers In medicines every where. '
isovemoer s jooa . ,. . j , : amva
EDWARD L.SItOCtT M, having purchased tKa
entire Stock of Dross nnrf Aledicluns o)
Oeorgo Q. Beck.now olfera thosanto for sale, together
witn a targs ano wen soiecissctnow aroca ai rne uia
Stand, known aa the City Drng Store, where may
be found a large and complete assortment of Drugs, Me
dicines and Chemicals, Paints, Oils, !re-8tiifls,UlsBB
Ware and UintlDwGlaseVBnuhe, Gnxorles, Fancy
Altiailaa, Ac-, which will bar anaM wholesale and retail,
upasa as reaeonable terms ss csn be purchased in ths
eft 1 . . iv ' ..; KDVVAHD I- 8 LOCUM.
I Lancaster, April 24, 1861 dsvr61
urea.'- Jsk eau or rne itaiM-ooa airn.' - .i
8. , ? t. . McKLR O Y ii MLUdNUHVRST.
. Uncaattjr, April 10. 1863 . r; ... ,, . ; ,,6a
T OOK HEUEy NEIGHBOR! What maks
JLi tow wearthateJtceedUiglyoldHatl - Do y OS not
know that M. SM ALLEY haa reteived ths Isfraf Fat'
styles of Huts) Also, all kind, ef CAPS. Remem
ber the plaee .opposite the Tallmadga House, call lri
Lancaster, tetpember 38; 1881. , 31
' s-r- , . . 1 1. 1 1 , ;. r i ire .i.
I'ofl It ihe! Fust. Me Piacket1, ; u 'i
SPRING AND SUMMER BONNETS Just reoeiy
ed, white colored asce and straw Bonnet,. . 1 ,.
' Also Black silk, Bonnet Ribbons. Blue rnlm
ad Palio leaf Hats, at . . .: .ittENIJSYU,
Lancastor, June t, 188J