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" CITY OF IAJJCASTEB:
"Wednesday Kve'ng, Dec. IS, 18.
Democratic Rascalitt. A resolution
tias been adopted in the House Tor an inves
tigation into the affairs of the Penitentiary,
fter considerable shuffling. Pending the
lesolution, Mr. Means, democrat, who was
opposed to it, is reported thus: '
jtfr. Means thought the resolutions were
very indefinite, covering too much time snd
too many subjects for this Legislature to un
dertake. If any specific charge was made,
he would go with all his heart for it exam
nation. He thought the developmeut of the
last few days had shown that there was more
rascality in the Democratic party than was
generally supposed. Such rascality would
generally slough off in due time, and when
the Democratic party in this House was re
duced to its proper size, much of that rascal
tty would have sloughed off, and the party
be left more pure.
Am ImpoBtant Discovert. A scientific
Correspondent of the New York Courier has
made an important discovery in voltaic elec
tricity, which may be practically applied to
Jhe cure of weak nerves. It is this:
"If a cylindrical piece of zinc is placed
near the top of a broom handle, and another
about fifteen inches below, connection being
made between the two by means of a wire
a perse n .aking hold of the top piece with
the rig it band, while the left is placed on
the cop ici' or lower piece, the piece forms
a voltai.: circle, which becomes powerful
the more the broom is used. The hands must
be without gloves so that the metals are in
contact, and the windows of the room should
be open when the broom is used, so as to ad
mit the air freely. The discovery is inval
uable to female in a weak state for want
of activ life, and for males it can be appli
ed to handles."
B-The London Times says that the e
lection of Gen. Pierco is essentially the tri
umph of free trad. "It puts an end for
ver to the attempts to raise the import du
ties of the American Tariff of 1846; and it
leads us to hope that a new and more en
lightened spirit will prevail in the new cab
inet with referanee to its commercial rela
tions with ourselves, and with the colonies
of the British Empire." "
The Liverpool Chronicle and the Glasgow
Mail also concur in the same. Some A
merican papers that we could name likewise
concur la the opinion that it was a British
free trade triumph.
Sarta Aiisa. This remarkable man is
again about to turn up in Mexico. His life
has been one of great vicissitudes, and, a
thousand years from now, will be regarded
as bordering ou tho fabulous. If he can
fiat any vita'lity into Mexican affairs, we
think the officers of that nation should give
him a "pass" into it as freely as Polk did,
during the late war. It is admitted that it is
on the very point of dissolution, and an en
ergetic military disposition alone can keep
the breath of national life in it. Alas, what
a melancholy spectacle does that people pre
sent to the world.
Artificial Guaso A German clieuiis
named Breisaeh claiua to hive invented a
kind of artificial guino, which can be had
ut less cost,' and is eqiuil in qu ility to the
natural. The Government of Bavaria have
determined to give Mr. Von Breisaeh every
assistance in their power. ' Tne Scientific
American has been assured by the brother
of Mr. Breisach, who resides in New York,
that it is a most valuable discovery, and that
there is a prospect of its being introduced
soon into our couptry.
fJ"A correspondent of the Boston Jour
nal, writing from London, Nov. 11, epeak
. ing of Kossuth, says: He is living so quiet
ly here, or, as his enemies express it, has
sunk down in to such total obscurity, that it
was only with considerable difficulty I could
obtain his address, every body believed he
was living aomewhare in Buyswater, but no
bpdy knew or seemed to care where.
Reai Estate Speculation. Five acres
of land at the upper part of Unngor, Mo., was
purchased of the widow Dutton, on Wed
nesday, by Ephraim Paulk, for 6,000 dollar,
and was sold by him on Monday, to a ixr y
of individuals, for 20,000.
Emigration to Texas. The emigration
to Eastern Texas this fall is said to be un
precedented. Tho Jackson (Missouri) Jef
fersonian says it is not uncommon for forty
or fifty wagons per day to pass a single
point en route to this portion of the State.
07"Spatch, on hearing, the other duy,thut
li lady in a parooxsrn of grief, had shed a
torrent of tears unfeeling by remarked that
she must have had a cataract in either eye.
James M. Watson, Esq;., 1st Lieut, of the
Pensacolu. Navy Yard, has been ordered to
command the steamer "Vixen," now fitting
for sea at the Washington Navy Yard.
(5" A report has been made to tho South
Carolina legislature in favor of appropriating
91,000,000, and a further loau of $1,000,000
to the Blue Ridge railroad.
0rA Town Meeting was held at Vl
mington.N. C.,on Thursday night to me
moralize Congress for an appropriation to
deepen the bars of Cape Pear river.
Thb Crystal Palace. Foreign contri
butions to the Crystal Palace, the Tribune
ays, are flowing In daily:
Odiot, the French jeweler of the' Rue
Baess do Remysart, Paris, whoBe exquisite
chased silver-workvxeited such attention at
the London Exhibition, will contribute sim
ilar articles to our exposition.-
Raffaelle Monti, the MiluiYeae sculptor,
ends his wonderful veiled statue of the
Bashful1 Beggar, This we believe is the
only work in which apparent transparency
has been given to solid marble.
Some curious machines for aerating liq
uors are sent by Ml. Grandhumine, Paris.
In the London Exposition some of the same
nature were exhibited. One of .these was
capable of manufacturing from 300 to '3,000
bottles of gaseous water per day, and pos
sessed the power of rendering all wines effer
vescent whatever may be their age.
A good many works of art are already an
nounced, and there ia little doubt but that
by the 1st of May the Palace will be well
filled with' the rarest products of European
Hogs rox rfsw York. On an average,
about seven' car loads of dressed hogs are
daily sent from Columbus to New York,
where they are cut up and packed.. The
tf ip is about four or five days.- It is ay great
tad rapidly growing business, our-.
Correspondence of the Lancaster Gazette.
Columbus, December 10, 1852.
Editor Gazette: Tuesday was a day of
excitement and turmoil in the House of Rep
resentatives. Two subjects of the highest
Interest and Importance engaged the atten
tion of the "Democracy," and the harmony
and. concord that prevuiled in the Locofoco
councils were sufficiently ruffled to afford in
finite sport to the appreciative humor of the
lookers on. One was a resolution to expel
Modary from the "Clerkship of the House,
and the other was a proposition to author
ize the committee on the Penitentiary to in
vestigate the affairs of that institution
. " .
n. neru 01 diooq iuuhci., wuu hvu uuuii
loafing about the streets of tlieCapitul since
tho convocation of the Oeneral Assembly,
have pressed themselves upon Medary with
so much importunity thut that gentleman
w either compelled to suffer certain things
to be brotujht to light, which at this purticu
lar crisis it was desirable should be conceal-
ed, or else he was compelled to stop the huu-
gry mouths of the cheap creatures whose
presence has continually haunted his daily
walks and midnight dreams, like the horse
leeche's danjihter, crying give, giwe.and who
., . , ' 1 , ?,!. ' . ' . I-
would notdown at his bidding. According-
ly, a few dvys a"o tho Clerk asked the
House for authority to appoint an additional
force in his department, and in discussing
the necessity for the new appointments, it
transpired that a great part of the work be
longing to last session hud not yet been ex
ecuted, nor even touched, notwithstanding
the extraordinary quantity of "assistance"
history records the Clerk to have been ac
commodated with at that time. The whole
journal of last winter has yet to be recorded,
and the question now occurring is a simple
one of Arithmetic, '-if fourteen Clerks can
not keep the business up during one session,
how many will it take to do tiie work of two
sessions in onel Such is the problem now
being cyphered out by the House of Repre
sentatives. A resolution to expel Medary
was offered, and to-day indefinitely post
poned. Another branch of the "Allen wur,"
wherein the Medury men are again triumph
ant. The basis of tho resolution was placed
upon the memorial of Mr. Keys, the printer,
who complains that the Clerk will not give
him copy. The clerk says he has no assist
ants to prepare copy,and th:s attempts to co
erce the House into his support.
Something scuiny has been done in the
Penitentiary. A resolution to investigate
offered offered by Mr. Stowe, a
from Trumbull, was pounced upon by the
leaders wtth the utmost ferocity, but the in
temperate behavior ol Dummock's friends in
duced bonctt people to believe that some
thing was wrong, and the Whigs iu con
junction with many of the Locofocos, put
the resolution through. Look out for some
developments as soon as they report.
The Senate has spent the lust two days in
committee ol the whole in matters of very
slight importance. The committee yester
day agreed to amend the tax law by striking
out the Five Hundrel dollar exemption
clause and inserting fifty dollars in lieu
A bill to provide for the organizetion of
the General Assembly was discussed in the
House this afternoon. It is so constructed,
as to prevent if possible the scenes enacted
some years ago, and surely every man will j
,.. .v , . "!,.
bo disposed to wish it tlie most alniinlant
success. . r.HcoTiiNEs.
ricuira .. Doe . in. 1.9.1'!
Ecitorof the (Jazette: Since the dose !
of the delectuble family disturlianeo in rela-1
tion lo the clerkship ol the Hmise of Itepre- ;
scntatives, ia thut hndy on Friday lust, the j
business ol Legislation has become some-:
whut insipid. Nothing of great i 11 tercet j
has been done in the Senate since my l.n-tnf:
the 10th inst. Tint body held but a short
scssioa on Suturduy, and spent that prinei-
naJIv in couiinittoe of the whole, on Mr.
Cradlebungh's hi I to regulute the issue of
writs of replevin before Justices of th.1
Peace. A bill was introduced lay Mr Ilib
boil to authorize Railroads to change their
names, which was reud the second time to
day. Mr. Rich offered a aeriiM of resolutions
bewailing th.' scarcity nf specie in this Slate,
und charging the Banks with a variety of
very naughty doings, by wny of collusion
and complicity t rob the people and in-
Sti uctllljr the llinlice committee t) inquire ,
whether it would not bo a very happy OC- j
currence in democratic progress, if the
, ,..,. r
Banks were restricted from the isue of bills
of a less denomination than live dollars. A 1
resolution WUS pussed (of course) to author- !
ze the Serorount-at-arins to emn nv an us-
sistaut if bo thought neressary. The as
sistant wus forthwith uppointed; but what
bis duties are I cannot find out. 1 hut makes
five, exclusive of four or five lazy loungers
who claim to be messengers, but who uro
never seen except at night as they loaf a
bout the ante-rooms -great shoats, that nrc
disgracing themselves by a pursuit thut might
confer genuine comfort and Bolid happiness
upon some one ol the poor littlo barefooted
orphans that may be found on any street in
the Capital City, and who would disoarge
their duties with industry enough to make
them useful to their employers which is in
finitely more than is now tho case.
A bill to provide for the better organiza
tion of thu State Treasury, and for the col
lection, safe keeping und disbursement of tho
public monies, was introduced on Saturday
by Mr. Atkinson. Its object is to compel
the State Treasurer to cease all connection
with Banking Institutions, and only pay out
gold and silver in the current expenditures
of the government. It is a very small expe
dient of a very small man, to vent his wrutli
upon the Banks. It was read tlie second
The bill to provide foT tho organization of
the State Legislature passed the House on
Saturday. A bill by Mr. Fisher to regu
late descent bit I tho division of personal
estates was read the first time. The bill for
the organization of the Legislature is now
irv than h.inils nf thf fVnntd c.uiimittce on i
ihn iodieinrv. nnd will nrohublv be renorted i
? - ' - f
The combat deepens upon the gradual ap
proach of the 8th of January, und stormy
times are come upon the I.coofoco councils.
Medill is now ahead ol all tho other candi
dates for Governor except the Miami chief,
and the Miami chief towers above them all
a grant nnrong pigmies.
Mr. E. G. Dial, of Clutk, is announced for
Secretary of Slate. There is a good deal of
feeling among the Locofocos here in favor
of R. A Harrison as a candidate for Attorney
General. Mr. Harrison is from Mndisoir
county, and is a young, mon of fitve talents'. I
IV! .!. n n I. a --LI ....,1 ... I.!.. I.... . L. L.
........ I .. ..... . I. 1. . itiut ,,c
is a lorotoco -a capital objection. Mr.
Pngh will not bo a candidate. He is wait
ing to be United States Sijiiutor.
1-Vtiite of Ahinlmiii Ilite.
NOTICE is hereby given, that tin undersigned has
be-n appointed and qualified aa Executor on the
Estate of A bhaka m JiTK, deceased, late of Fairfield
county, Ohio. All persons having claims against said
Eitale will present them for settlement, legally au-th-ntifatod
wlihin one year and all those indebted
will make immediate payment.
T. lilc.NAGHTEN, Executor.
Novombcr 18, 1852 4w27
TIIE Partnership heretofore existing under the
name of Bbsmjom Sl Kkttkrs, being dissolved
by tho death of Mr. Conrad Fetters, it becomes rio
cesssry fo close tho business or said firm (as well as
my own.) All persona knowing thoraselves indebted
eliliar by note orotherwi, w ill see the necessity nf
calling immediately at the old stand and settle the
have authorized' Mabis LarvEmira to make
any settlements necessary to closing the above busi
ness. PHILIP BEWADUM.
Lancaster, November 27, 1852 . Iwd2ww28
lUitiouM Notice On Sabbath morning
next, by leave of Divino Providence, the
Rev. James Wilson, wh fur nearlv twenty
icu i hub uitch n (i rikinnnrv in rvrihnpn
a i . . it .
w .w ..... .
I ...I ; ...Ml I. .1 . I : . . .. n
;.- r-- HUU u.B.uojeci ui r ur-,
eign Missions in the Presbyterian church, j
a collection will be taken up in aid of the
Temperance Mieling.- The friends of tern-
perance will hold a meetingin this city, on !
' snurdav. n.e isth i..Ht. ti.p r .i.n i
1 w j
moeting, as we learn, i to take tlio proper j
steps to secure the passage, by tho Legis-
alllre now in ,,, f ,,,,, Main8 u
. . , . , '
Law- Thal ,a 18 n,,w ' """cssful ope-
ration in Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode
Island and Minnessota territory.
Graham'i Magazine. We have received
j the January number oNhis excellent Maga-
Ljlle it bein the first numi,cr 0f tl0 new
! , 1. 1 . 1 1 , . -
1 volume. It is truly a rich number, bo h in
embellishments and in its literary .contents.
Thirteen copies are sent for $20; six copies
for $10; three for six, and two for $5.
tyTho ittcntion of our md"rt In cotifd t tho d
vertispnicnt ot IV M. P. CKKKP, Kq., KRimt for tl.0
Protection In ilrinee Company. The true thnory nd
practico of iiifuranco U, in few wordi, very correct
ly ttittiid; an I vra ratommcrol our reaJor.4 to aviil
tliemnulvGi of tho tdvantag-a. offered by tliid old anil
well tried Ilut.tutiou.
DR. OUYSOTTS YELLOW DOCK AND SAR
SAPAH1LLA, for the cure ol discaapa, or as a Rprhg
purifier nf the blood and ai general tonic for the
syulem, it unrivaled.
The curative powers of tliinl'xtuct are truly won
d"rful, and all invalids hould mak iinmtdntn trial
of till "YULI.OW DOCK AND BAnSAPA!l!.l.A." ItCSU'
no: injure the most delicate p-itient.
T1IKN FLY FROM MINF.IiAL NOSTRUMS TO
SKLK HOPE, L1FK and ViOOU from this pvkklx
vkoktahi.k hkmkdt. Th rcforo, however bro'.tnn
in health and spirits, houevei luathsoire to himself
and others, let no one despair of rworery; h;t the
patiuitt only undnrcUnd tfiathU hopa of physiial re
storation lies in "Guysott'n Kxtract of Yellow Doi-k
and Sarsiiparilla,'' and p':i-suadn hi:n for hi LIFJ'S
S kKK., to try i, and - have no lu'ii'iition in prpd'cl-
I "'8 ri'!l P0( d.V rs-slnidtior. to llPllth.
irfSoo advi-rtis-'in'-'iit. 31
Oiyi iiati-rl llliici.
The niferrl Stulcmcit of Vrnf A. A. II A YHfl, V
7)., State A yrrjunmplr tex'imrivynf thrrirn
lfic manner which thu meitirine isrompou-u'e-l,
aiul reromnemlH it to Profcmional Men, an worthy
a fair trial in their practice:
An opinion having been asked for of ind, in coni -
quence of tho Formu a for preparing Oxygeuatod Bit
tera bai.ijj known to ins, I c;iroas the following, in
Tho I'ompo jition of those Bitters inc'ujcs tlwso mo
dicinaUuhstances which experici ced physicians have
long rosoitd to fur pucial action on ih pytem,wht n
deriiijipd by Fevers, Dyspopiis, Agues and General
Dcbilitytrsu'tingfmtn e.tpuHuroor t'liniatoinlluenre.
These arA perinaiu'iit, and remain active, in thii
prnpHralinn, as a contequenco of tlie ai iontific man
ner in which tlioy are romhino.1
It w'as a wall found ;d in erence, that thfi nreiara
,i ,. ..,.,!, .. j
- . "i- i " -"
va llali o tinner .lc.7ici,ic. uliii'ti nvum Mita h
, . .
Inlhisuiediciue.no in'allic salts can be found, by
tho inn-t delicate cliwiical trials. lio.peHt'ully,
A. A. HAVr S, Assayer to Hie Stat of Mass.
Xj 1 I'inu IStmM, Hjntnti, lk-c. in, I .Soil.
rtKi;D, AUSTIN &fi.. Whnlesol. Ii n-ist, No.
MiivcliLiiit.1 How.Ho4to;i. fii'iieral AgynU.
ia-i.-t. f I pr boil,.'i si: liuttii lor
Due U S.il I by C KAUl'l'A! V N & Co., Uncaster.
; T n. T
ar,.j 1,'. ,,
i,i ici pr'p-ires Vin plcmi-n's of llr' 1-ile
.i1; an. I if it d.ius t i "s w-.irK I'-ifbly an.l bn
ic. r t!ii":i8i is th cevt.iiii rci-ii'l. As
anon, tn.Ti-ioi-p, many a!l..ctioti i.r ih . liver H p-r.
r'.'ivcd, we liny bt sure l;li' (:!. .li -stivi' m fpn . ar-p
nut ol nr-.l.T Tnu first thin- to be iif-iie, i- t.i a.-l.-i i r tt
i l-.r j ciiir liici v.ill a;t .:ir-cly iiuon ha st,,.
lin-!ith' lllii spri'l.mif tlj aniinal ii'i.icliiiiiir-. I- 'M
1'iis purjKis. can i-.-r, innu'inl iioji.mi'. iI -ii-ir
vn Hrri-Kiis. pr, pacd by on. 5. .v. j icksmx. (-.il-ail
!, Acting 11 .i u 1 altei'Atlv.1 an 1 a lo.iic, if
riii:th.-n i!ih ibehlinn, rlmu-.-i, the rnn.ii'ir.n ol'lbe
blue 1 .111 1 tin'i-eSy j;ives r-jjulari'y tJ Ihubou-nls.
J uih'filis"iiM.'i,(. Lull
Po'-iOMNij. Tli Mi'iaii U of pHCcuU uliouni Ver.
in'iiii compMsed nf caster oil, cjiomi'l, etc., are nut
1 vvac.i lut wh-lii Ibv ap-.ip.n to b'-n m:I the p.itK'nt,
t;,,.v mm actual V la vim thu fuundat:n I'm- a sis
jiei of i!iese, loss of mkIi!, wealtness of limbs etc.
' 'l'i; f"''""1.1 ''" h:' " 'hp adyertisem nt
ol Hohuniaclis Medicines, to which we ask th-! aiten-
tlon of, v intP1.Jst(,a in 1hplr . , .
their children's h-alth. in liver cnnip'ainta and a 1
dism-d irt svisin.,- frnm those of a bilious type, should
I in l us" "f the only L'omiiao m ullein.'. flobensackN
ILf He vol dereived," but as's: fjr Hub macVa
Worm Syrup an! Liver Pi Is. nH obscrv. that earh
h is the signature nf tin pmpriiior, 1 N . Ilobcnacii,
ai n.mrc else aivi enuin.. A'. 1". Kjrpress.
0" AVOTHXU SCiLOTil-'IC WONDER! I.w-
I'ii i a.n i to DvsiTiTics. Dr. J. S. ilOIKJII TON'S
PKl'Sl.V, The Tne Oiyxlire 1'tuiil, ir (Jasirirjuire.
prepared from lll'.NN'KT, or tho rnuwni s roMcir
or no Ox, after i.imctioiis of Hnvcm LII'.B! .', Ihe
geeat Physiological chemist, by J. S. iiouoir rov, M.
DMPliilajelphta. This is truly a wonderful remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, livi'V cotn)laii:t,
conslipntion anil debility, curing after Nature, own
method, by Nature's own agent, the Oaatrie Juice
Pamphlets, containing .Scientif.c evidence cl it value,
furnishnd by agents gratis. See coticp among Hie
mPiticar advei-tiseiuents. 47
H. 0. Fan-tjll's Colobrated Arnoiau Liniment
TitlUMIMANT ovr.a hit-i:sk
This truly great m-dicin,j still goo.. on, conquer'n);
disease, and suitcliing m:niy a poor powerloss 1 ic
tiinfr.im the pvavo. lly its powerfully st!mulalin.
jwnetratinir and anodyne qualities, it ; estoros the use
of limbs tthich have been palsied lbvy'ars and bv
its siaj;ular po.vor ol rt'p7o:!u.?in tho synovial fluid
or joi it water, it cures all diseases of the joints with
fliii pristn'; rapidity. l(,or rheutnitism, and all'uotiens
of 1I10 spine an 1 spleen, it hai proved itself a upcci
lie; and for ail'ecl'ons of th? luns. liveranJ kidneys,
il is a must valuable and powerful auxiliary; alsn, for
aibdiseases ol the glands, scrofula, goitre or swelled
ii"ck,etc .etc. And indeed for alimist any disease
wheio an external application is r quired, this inedi
dicine stands unparalleled Spvsins, bruisi , cri-mpJ,
v.iuii.ls,chitb!airn,hurns,8 can sjisedily cure.l by it.
Vrom the Hon. Peter Menard, rr.t of the oldesl
HHilen in J.'linoiK.
It elves mo pleasure to add in v testimony to the vir-
tuus of your great modirino. One ot 'my blooded
nnvH. ha. I a ui'..! nnr nv.i' in
horses had a swelling over I bo cap t.f the loiee. eliout
th- size of a h-n's c glf. Some said it was a slrain'.and
some, that it was the joint water from the knee, and
could not bo cured. I tried oil redi-r on it, and all the
linitnnnls and ointments, and they did no moro goed
than water. I then, hv pro-suasion nf my rVienan,ti i-:d
H. (). Varrelts Arabian Jii imen., and I was happy
to lirvi it take ellei t alter a lew aays. anil It liuiliy
cureil the noble animal cntir. ly. I think it is decid.
edly the greatest liniment for horses, as well' as hu
man il'osh. I ever knew.
Tremonl, Tuzcwell county. 111 . March IC, 1HI0.
I'ALSV Oil PARALYSIS
Thadeus Smith, of Mudd Creek. Tazewell ounty,
Illinois, says: "I had lost tiie use of my arm for more
than a veir. bv palsv or paralysisi the lleah bad en-
tirely withered away, leaving nothing but skin, mua
-lw eun. I ll " , . -.- ...
remedies I could bear of, but they did no good. 1 then
commenced th- use of u o. fakuui.i.'s ahai.ian
l.iNiiincr, and lew bottles entlroly nirod me.and
my arm is no as strong an I lloshy as th j other; it is
also first ratu fir burin, sprains and bruises.
LOOKOUT I'OIt COL'NTEBKEITS!
The public are caullm-d against anolher co-inter-
foil, which has 'at-'y ms-le lt appesrance.rail 'd If .
JT Farrell'it Arnbian Liniment the most dangnrotis
of all the countcrloits, because his having thn name
of Farroll.many w ill buy in gon-l faith, wi hoitt the
knowledge that acounterfjitoxists, i ml tbny w ill per
hapa on'y discover their error when the spurious mix
lure has' wrought its evP etlects.
The gonuino articto is manufactured only by If. O..
Farrrll. to'e inventor snd proprie nr. nnd who esa'e
druggist, Ko. 17 Main street, Peoria. Illinois, to whom
all app'ications for Agencies must be addressed. He
sum you get it with the 'etter H. O. beloro Farrell's,
thuB H. li. FAKRELL'S and Ills signature on tho
wrapper all others are cnuntoTfoits.
fso d by G. KAU. 'FMAN CO., Lancaster,
and by regu ar'y authorized agents throughout the U
nltod States. Price ?B and 50 conts, and $1 f bottle.
AGENTS WANTED in etery town, village and
ham'et in the United Rtates, In which one la not al
ready estab'ished. Address H. G. V'arrell aa above,
accompanied with good reference aa to character, re
sponalbiiiry.etS). Dec. 9 lm
I TELEGRAPHIC IHTELL1GEHCE."
' Dftru'lJv Virtu In K in Francis,
! ; ntul .Tlar y.vlltf! J !
Ntw Oulhah, Due. 8. The stcamsli
-l cc: . 1 . -'3l,lsl"P
iiiiiiiisiiiiiiM.irtiiiiKi:iiiMiii. ii ri n i' i ii ir like
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Culilurrii: .m.iU .will, .li,l.- I.. tl,. Will, ,. It
,ia jtJst arrjv4.j , tl)i, prl 8le,uj,.d on
the iiud Inst., from Aspinwall, in rornpsiiy
:wlln l,lt" Illinois, bound for New York, hav
ing on board two hundrd paa.eliger and j or 8000 head at ,(10rrt1Ji7- U i .ri.'rn'n '" M'u" A N Wi-V Kli, t.: M i.ii. 11 t u-, 11
) oMinim !.. n - r il ' '-ernoun .:r.
J, 250,000 in cold.
TIip city of Sacramento lias been alinunl
;,lti.rey destroyed by fire.nearly evry house
ui i" uur,,iu' ",,u ,,,a"y "ye wt-re
ioht, . -
Destructive fires had nUa occurred in Sun
I' ruiicisc.o and Slaryavillu.
m. . ... r
Too s earn pr.ipeller Cty o Ph.l.dlpl.:
was destroyed by tire ontl.o 201.. October,
in the harbor ol Valpnraiso,
Tho mujority for Pierce and King, in Cul
iforniu, is about li.t'OU.
Two Days Ialer.
New Orleak&, Dec. 10. Tho fire in
Sacramento brukcontjat 3d street and cross
ing Third extending to K L M streets, lay
ing burr the whole space between N street
on me ootiwi, unu j street on me noun, and
all tho space between Front and Tenth
Mtreeu, coinpriiing forty entire blocks and
leaving houseless nine tenths of the entire
population. The entire loss is estimated at
610,000,000. Win. McNulty uslSl50,OO(.
Harden burn & Herreck SilOU.OUU. The
State Capitol was saved. The Democratic
Stute Journal destroyed, also the State
Hospital. The patients suffered dreadfully.
300 buildings had been put up in nine days
tfter tho fire.
The firo at San Francisco broke out
the 10th November, at the corner of Fail-
chant street were destroyed, consisting of
thirty buildings; loss estimated at feljO,
Fire at Morytiville occured on the 17th
November, and first broke out on 1st street
destroying every building on tho north sido
of the street and east of Maiden lane, and
soon swept every building between Maiden
luneandC street, und First and Second
street, including American Hotel, Atlantic
Hotel, Laurel House, Marysville Hotel,
New World Hotel, severul Livery Stables
and stores. Stute election resulted as fol
l.iws: Senate six Democrats, seven Whigs;
Rous.; forty -one Democrats and nineteen
Whig?, with three districts to hear from.
Large numbers of Chinese are returning
home, and the emigration from that ccuntry
is now hinall.
Washington, Dec. 14. Senate. Mr.
Atcheson took the chair as requested, by
note from Mr. King, who is ill.
Mr. Bright moved to suspend tho rules
requiring committees to be chosen by bal
lot. Mr. Hale said he understood Mr. Bright
had a list of committees in his hand, and de
sired to know the manner of their appoint
ment. House. Intha House a bill was intro
duced by Mr. Hull to organize Piatt terri
tory. Refercd to the committee on Ter
Mr. Houston, from tho committee on Ways
. .... . . J
and Means, renortcd tin
and Means, reported the Navy and Pension
Appropriation bill for the rear ending June
15. Referred to a committee. j
Postmaster Brady has received orders to
dispatch the Havana mail on the steamers :
ol Law's line. j
Mr. Wilcox introduced it resolution pro- j
viding that our representatives ut (oreigti j
courts be required to urge such ameii'lmentK j
to the existant treaties between the United j
Stairs nntl foreign powers as will secure the j
same religious liberty to all Americans re- i
ai ling iitnler lori-in 11 igs which is granted !
to nil citizens nf th' world, residing under ;
t lie Hag of our Union, also providing thai all
Ciinin'ssiiint-rs hereafter to negotiut. t.'eat- i
ies, hliali, if possible, fet'tire stit'li provision j
in nil our tr '.ities. After dehate.tic icsfiu- !
tion was referred. i
Sesate. Mr Ati'ht'sorr again took thu ;
chair on occasion of the sickness of Mr.
Mr. Brodhead gave notice of a bill chang
ing the bounty land law so as to -rive to all j
a hundred and sixty acres of land.
Mr. tJiase presented the resolutions ol , .
the OliioLegislature in favor of thu distribu
tion of the public lands to actual settlers.
House. Mr. Brook's resolution in regard
to referring thut portion of the message, re
ferring to tho tariff, to a special committee
wus tuken up.
Jir. Jones, ol I'jnnsyivania, opposed the
resolution. He said that, although there
wus a surplus in the treasury now, wc might
soon find ourselves in a deficiency, lie in
timated thu probability of a war, and expres
sed the opinion that in less tlmn twelve
months wo !iull find France, backed up by
Russia, prepared to test with usthequestion
whether or not a foreign Government shall
guilt a foothold on our continent.
Hie debute continued on the taritt ques
tion at great length', when tho committee
rose, and without ilelinite action adjourned.
Boston, December 14. Scuddrr, Whig,
is elected in the first district; in the second,
Weston Free tSoiluf is claimed, but the re
turns are indecisive; 3d, Edmonds, Whig;
4th, Sabin, Whig; tith, Uplmin, W.; 7th,
Dunks, Dem., probably; 8th Wentworth,
Whig; Oth.Dewitt, Free Soiler; IO'th, Good
rich, Whig. A despatch from Springfield
suys Dickinson, Whig, was elected in the
9th district. Mr. Seaver, Whig, is re-elected
Mayor by about 20 majority. Dr. Smith,
Independent, had 6,02f; James Smith, Dem
ocrat, !)37 majority. Whig Alderman prob
Lowell elects a Whig Mayor nnd a full
board of Aldermen.
N'kw Yobk, Dec, 14. Tobaaco, dates fo
the 2 Ist, slate that civil wur had broken out
two buttles fought, and 400 Mexican
troops killed. " The revolutionists captured
two small towns. Tobasco was inundited,
und boats used in the Btrects. A detach
ment ol Mexicun ti oops expected.
Scmiiiary Burnt, &e.
ALDAitr, Dec, 14. The Seminary at
Richmondsville was burnt this morning.
Upwurds of 300 pupils were asleep tVherl
the fire broke odt, who escaped with their
cJothes. Loss estimated at $14,000, which
Four of the prisoners who recently broke
out of the Baltimore jail were arrested to
day neur Havre de Grnce. None of the mur
derers ure yet arrented.
WiiEET-mo, Dec. 14. Tlie Royal Arch
and Equinox from below, report thntthe
steamer Magnet blew up this morning at
the head of Grandview Island, 55 miles be
low this place. Abner Long,' pilot, killed;
four mortally wounded, among; them was
Mr. , Beck, captain and principal owner,
frorh Pittsburgh, and five missing; Mr.
Clmirnnt, the clerk, from West Wheeling,
was mortally wounded; the boat belonged to
Philadelphia, Dec, 14 The grain store
of C. H. Cummings, north Water street,
fell down this afternoon, from the weight ot
grain on the floors. One man missing, sup
posed to be killed. Tae Artie wilt reach
New York, at 10 o' clock. .
CkcissaTI. Dec. 1 4. Clover wed 5,0i
active demand. mutt!? held .t ,i n, ...
s,,.t,t . n...
i r. i a. ,i -
I.. a ' '. r,'l--r'
nim iiL-tMi n nil a . : . : 1 .
. 'I'll It IIKICUVr. 1UL
Drip! ant(l n(Ui
1,37. CMnberriin 7 r..i.Cn ,!..!!
i Z. . -
'.Miioerrii- t r..t.c, a.t..n
apple in dwnuml t l,2j2 per lot
UlfindSr:. continue to advanc
0,7j wss refused for
1000 head, which nre!
Cmcia.tATi, Djccinbr-r 15 R;v,r rp, !
niuin stutiuiiary. Fioiir in l-tt,.r d-innu,!
end firm ut . 3,33 Ut 3.M. U'bi.ky 20. ,S- '
I ,J J ,, i . .
J:'r i. .tl'.'ts norle J0,j. Prune K" Urd
, 4(lVIlllf:iu;f:B.,!p , thi, '
j Ilt ow Grt1fM"ud Blive.. (,,,'".
From Xnxv Vorli.
J New Vork, December 14. Sales of g,-
, Ann l.i.l nr i ....... . r .... . ..
" " i.'iur II j,uu lo 0,1. , llli ull
cliaiijed; SSuullicrn 5,4 to 6,53. Prime
wheat ratrictfd hnlders cwailing tho ar-
rival of the Arcti-. 1,000 Lush ol rvealnJ.
1 j.uuo Luh mixed corn uifioi
:iiuo IiIj'.h ( ilil.. u l.uku i
and bet i lirmcr.
Lard 12 to li'J and dull.
t ..... ...
i. r. w uMnrigton Yard 2,00'Jbeeves
a.cj-J. ftoutucrn in god ili innnd at full pn-
ces; sa.es at G-IOO unsold. Jlroa - n -
ing's Yard. fi.OO'J fchtep and hmba all
Hlllll Ml M ) f.o fn r.
PiiiLm:i.rnt4 Cattj.iT MAKHf.r.Dr r. n '
8 per i, l " inoTn' t " "- al-,V'
unerings ol Heev
1,50 t-j 3,50.
Bltfalo, Dec. 14 Thero is nothing1
doing on our docks to-doy. Qu.jtationH are
unchanged. The Artie's news is on.viously
I I 1 .... ...... I .1' i 1 """ " "u umi'.r'ii lo our i rJ. r In
J. u. dlANNlUS was t lected fiovernor, I'V on-;(. t.wbejt l.outm I l.il..ll,;bu. t all an t.e'i
the South Carolina Legislature, on t!ie 'Jib MvKLUji it l..U.i.S(;:ii;i,t.T.
illst. I ln'aat. r, 1) cemUr 1 I, i'2 1
I'roai CIcvfhiii:!. 1 TtMilt Ai'a otil-.w V .SoTlC!!. .
Cleveland, December 1 Ith -The s.ho.,n-
er Uazcllc arrived this morning in dintress.
blie was knocked about all week ia gales on
the lake. Thoeon board were destitute of
food, and worn down . with fatigue. On en
tering the harbor she struck a pier, knocked
a hole in her bow, drifted into the lake and
capsized. The crew clung to the rigging,
and were saved n small boats.
Lancaster Market. There is no change in
market this week.
0C?"Sce a lverlbcment of Messrs. McElroy
CCTAre you affected with Hoarines'!
Use Howe's Cough Candy.
Receipts for tUe Gazette.
Snml. K. Williams 2,00 J. W. B.'uo I 7j ;
William Friend 1,75 Isaac Stemen 1,7.5 !
David Wnrrel 1,73 Danl. Walters!,75 !
Samuel Anderson 1,75 H. Brcnaman 1,75'
rjr,,'ii: f!rn!;s nf M.is City will rr.t be open for bu.i- j
I n-snnn f.'nnisTiAs or N:w Vkar's. Paperma :
ur:n; on either of those days, v.ill have to be met :
on the day b. f re.
M. A. HAU.JlIf rtTT, f'es'iicr.
C. V. flA!tf;HTV, ;
Lan.a -!er, Nov'v niber lHj-3
v i-rti ..".is 3: o r v. 1 Miciiiiii 11 v
'!'ii' liev- tirmi itr rs't-ry- known to Men
Fur cir.u'11. rr.t.N, A jtii.m, croup. Bron hfti-i. loi'u.
c-n -, ill -ilinx at Ilia Luiis, HilfJ. ult Breathing, -I.iv
r Afl'.'i ti e's, I'ain or Sealin.ss o( the
breast or Side, first atsges Consnmption,
r lc.-, etc., eic, etc.. etc.. etc.. etc.-
X sh ivt. this B .lsaiu is peculiarly ttdnpted to every
dis-ase of tin lung and liver, whi-.h is produced
bv O'irovi r varyin; cliin
u il I
Irherrv hj l.in beeu knnwn to poisess impor-
idiciral piopmiiea. Thi fact is familiar to
rent inn, trim otonficl lea
.-erv nn'rr.n til nnr land, an IMivuirian a ntlnn
icviba it ill different lovnii lor a variety of rornplain-s
Tar, slso. Ins bnn eijually nord fr . in virtues: a
some phvsimns, v-hxe nnu.is u familiar to Ihe wh
.mihi.v'liivj un f,,,. Bt-, ri.Um n.i
i mmptlan couKf Cm cuie.1 by tliat alon?. In o'.hr
' ban is, ae on. it wi m nearly vauMcss, owin. na
ctouiii, to tneir ignorance in pr?parintf and aain'nis-
turing it-aditlicii!lynour entirely obvUteii bvpatunt
exp'rience an tilling exp'riiiint. '
T ho extraordinary mjdiriml po-.rors of these two
sutis.'ancns are now 'lor the first tim, combined and
etubodi -d in )r li'inlar'e J3Iam of fl'iH Cherry,
fi? a nice chemical process, ererv th.'nir d.deter:i,i'is
useless is rejected, so that w bat lemains i Tie
m ist etraor,l:nary and trill v elficacious rem dv for
I a!l rinds of pulmonary and liver diseases ever tcnown
I tin nan. i o convince an unoeiieveis that our theory
I is really tru , we refer to a few casea of curei pji".
Iixill -il .1) l'! I. oil lt-1 I III 111 lull 1113,
TWO LIV:3 8AVi:iTMT THB 1TSC OT OVI.T 3 ,'.TTM'-i
O V "W 1ST A It's BA I.S AM OF WILD CI.F.KnV."
Mt. h lc i, Kdituriy, Jtilv 21, H.Msr. H.r-
KjIshiii of W'V. i Cn ;rry," i'ul I bn;'i'. v!i, Ins
brtt'ii cf HU-.'h inil l mni'it a my f.tm:ly, tin, I wi-h
to m ike its vit tu .'a knawn for thyboiicfit of III .1 public
My wif to.iii i'til.1 at Ihj thn of her ron;i;i.?m -nr.,
whi.'h -ii-Niil on hrlu:i3. Th3 j..1! vsi -irns pro
nounceii hyr rfirt-a? cohiumtir.n. S.ie hi if pr.it"LPf
nigitt iweatri, and ln.1 coughs; slit! wan guf-n up, for
n-Sdesnaiie l of Inr ra -o.mtv. and h r child carta.
of herroiupUint She then com mc d taliiir tit.. ' on my and fed; in 1-1 1" th v ot , ha.! tl.at I h,d J 8"" ".? r'Sf-Ti, fA PeifiW
tar- JMsnm of Wild Cherry," and !lm-e boM.s ol- . to goon cnitch-s. ani '.n 1 l.a't on 1 ,;,;-y,J ; ., . .l LiJ2lil , J m&
fectcd an entire cure with her and the child both. ; above th1? Iftie -. l i abeut !) in r.t'is art jv my other j 1 1' 1 ... .
1 have nodnu'jt tint they svouU have now b?en in ' leg ro'e out in lug' estinj ant runninc snn s frnm 1 Vnf."' t" Iv' , ".":., V iii1nmrlll L.
their graves il ilicy had nt.l have iisi-I Mstar's 0.1- m. k to mv fjoU anidwliM..U a i,,at d-al nf -Notice to tiic I reuitors of tne auesUIIedi
sun of WVA Cherry. Sh"TH It. SEAIICV. ! et!',-nve mitt r. My smin also l-ro!c-out in lirgi JI y5Vil!c Turnpike Uond Company.
, , , bil -s, wh 'ch diseh nje.. niut h niren-ive mit'er, i.u I tlUKcredit.irsnfihesaid Head Cotfian, vf ho hive
Sath H. S.'arcy, w hose cerlifi ale isabove.it a man in tin smiie time my left hand bro'ce outjin lar.-ruu- ' L not heretotore tiled their tlai.n n ith "the lleceiv
of ai mrch vei-Jcity an any in :his conntv, and a mm n!ni srrs nearly to my e!!n r. ; .r, a-r.'onb'v to the iiotiL-eii-i- th "Sale of the Zanes-
of RO.-d ju fgm'P'.snl we (dace cn'ire T.dianrenij-his Tlie misery tint I hi.-e sutfer.'d fo'tS'lit t v, ' vtlleiind Mayaville Tnrnpi'.:e Uosd.-' are further r.o
stJtoni -nt. JI.IUCOUJIT, UOH'AROi: (.'O. ' ye.in I cinnot des-r-'? to you. 1 m, in such ar .nv , tified to i'res'.'iit their clanns to the Court ol Common
'" that I never rested day or r.':':it. Iwaigi.vu up to . 1'lejs of Nltis'iiniiin coitutr, at the adjeiirned session
CON SUM!' i'lvJN Ct UAIlI.l". ; die. an 1 by th : h -ip of 1 1 In 1 mil' pi 'iura iu:i ; tiiereol.on tlie'irtn day oi Hereimivr next. Ail claims
i.v.t,u.. ..tnl.d,. tniA ,.f it... p... ; ti, ,.u ! for diatji. an i hi 1 i;oinfJ 1 ou? to m fain 1 ,- Ih s plac.v not tiled aaveeablv to this notice, will he foreverex-
icreeUt.i-.vn.hiV, Kasrficid cuiintv, Ohio, and l.rcrth -r
of "M -pc. -Geue-.-al Snide sen," an oi'.ircr in tiin xvsr '
of ISI.'.emvlnl'iniisiim tit n hvfhr'ils.-. ol'-'iVI ,t,e'.
Ilil.nm w;i,i ,.!... ii
HirsnctW.K 'rowxsurp, rairft'.l cuetty, )
i-'ehiusrv -l'i, t'il.
Do T Sir: s I consid :rlhat my I 1'e has be.'ti j;r?ar
ly j r,doimid by my being cured' ef cornum t!o:i he
Ihe use ol --Dr. U 'Utar's fialam .nf V i;d lr. rry." 'l
will state the syinptor.n ol my case,! hat others similar
ly aillicted nuv bo iuiuc'ij to trv tiiis invaliubb n-
iujc'v. 1 op ir.oiitt-l areit ii,: u-iiltv in' l-r-itmu i
had ihe hectic fev-r with violent ll is'ii a of h -.1 an I ,uss for r" "' ,MVl '? r,h ril' '
frequent cold chills, witn severepiin in mysid -anl ""' or V in'' ,!".v j" r wlnt it hi- dpiu
orcct. a cntnmu:cii nv a vi rv iiaa coujn: was verv
res'icss al iiLjnts, on-j naa f:reat ii'ut sweats, perj.
pirinf;. I shu d say. al le.i.i't.vo giiluiisa ni'it, wot
ting the bed cmu,d.t -lv throu;'i. 1 had not ti n abl
to worlc for years. Hill I ws m.ijh vniiciat'..-! and
almost help'e'ss wh .a 1 coinni mce.1 u.in. IVixttir'
llalxim nf IVUl Cherry. 1 hava ue i in s'l 13 j t
tlos, and I sin now freeirjnrad Ihli; . emt d.ii its, f.,r
mv h.-alth is eo
1 sin nowrij yi-sis old, an.l hive not ts';enanv of
Ihn Ilnlcum Ann 1111 hi. .n .n n, -- h ,nll, i. I - .
rot to r.-quirj any m uli riu . Uut if I shoiifl havd j
anv return ol mv lnrni--r svnir.toni.i. I sttoulil usa is.
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. 1 procured tho medi-
dicine ol M ssra. Fall & Miccraclren, vour agmt in
Lancaster, Ohio. ; ROHKUT SASOLRaON. ,
Tht; genuine VVistar's Balsam of Wild C'nerrv lias
the fae simile of tho signature of Henry Wis'ar.M. D
Philadelphia, and '-Saiifonl b Park." on a finely exa
cuted steel enrav'd wrapper. No other can beginuiiu
ITl'i-ice Jl pel bottle-six bottles foi- $5.
Sold by J. D. P UK, Cincinnati, O,
Northeast corner of Fourth and Walnut atreots en-
tianccon Walnut atreot to whom all ordjrs must
be addrossed. ....
Also for sale by Kauffman 4 Co!, and M Z. Kreid?r,
Uuell, Holmes . Co., Carroll; J.H.Sunderinin, Aman
da; N A Davidson, Tarllon; E Kalb, KushvUlo; O.
II. MtBller& Co., Soroorsat; S. D. Buekwa'or. Halls
ville; M A. Pattorson, Adelphi; Troup & Tickardt,
Circlevills. December 9 186a 4mll
Cioths, Cnssimeresmod Vostings, .
fllUVATS. Collar, Ilan.lkerchiefa, Hose and half
vy Hose, ready lor inspection at Mi.LE IPS.
On the and iiit.. by 'Rev. J. Wairrnliais 1
i Mr. I) A N I FA. MITk'
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IIKPT, bold of this ciunfv.
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in t!i f i:'e i,f t!i
ties ini'li? hv l!i-
Ain-riciu tr.m-ir.i. ,v.
ol.M.iy 1 13. uri.i.-r th u. Win. II. H-r-i.Tjti.
of tthoin In' ultVRy r;i'.: ' in t'i'T li'.-in.,!
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j which so rn.:-l, redouiri.-.l
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to Ohb patriot-
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S'crttary In Court of Com nii u Tleio, I'airli.-Itl Co.
, WILLIAM U V,AT.SON.
VctilUtn Jur Jj'.i f.rre.
i LOUISA VVAT?:CX.
fpili: Defenda-.t (hoe
p'.jcp of resid
1 known) la herebv resti, nil t!.t h p-iiti'.ner hai
liWd his petition asi.-wt l.erin "i Clerii'a Otiver.l
; tht Court of Coiiiid'.u 1'1'jatior 'airfield coonty. Oliin,
praying f.r a diM..lntiun 'l tli'! Iiuds of m.Minianv
, iu utitine; biHWM-n tlrrn, ai d ' 'driir. d.t cai i.
I liar cb'peiu'-nt and livia iu adultery w im 'h pr..i.
; iiaiued in said petition: v- !.i tif;,oti',n will t-.i,i on
to be heal d at tiic ik v.t 'f ::o ol' said court
; Atlon eyfw I 'cliiio er.
1 Xovembcr -6. 102 3,50 liwii
frWkWr-vr r Ti..At!!r ifr-
Ur.Gii)sll'linarnrc l Kltr.-cl at
j YELLOW DOCE AND SABSl T.1 BILL.l.
I The original and only 5-111 ine pr. pa -alien for the
! permanent cure nf cnnsuinfti'iu and disease ol the
: I.uns wb;n they ar.i s-iep ised to b atfecfed by
: . 1 . r , 1: . .
( ill : 11 01 11 ill i;i;ieiij, ipni, il.line, C1C.
5VT all who wih to pur,- th? blood from :nipuri- ;
-i lies, and prepare tl.'s'sieirf to resMt epidemics. '
t resort to "(Juysnft's Ktrarl ol Vellow Dock and Sar-
aiparilla," which is proving if .ell an antidote lor ma- 1
. ny ui til 1 111.1st milinant d.sease that lle.li is b,ir
'o. and they vill ne'cer be di.anpol.ifed: for in this
1 r.-Mnsdy (be public fstth has apver wavered nerer
' can waver; iWr it is fou'id-d 01 experience, just as
j thiir want of faith in ot.'mr and surioui ci,niji:unds
; i, founled on evp .rten-e. Tlriy t.y from mineral
' iiostinnis to s?el hope, life and viior from this pure.
! ly rrgrtalile remedy, however Dro.-en do au in li.sj'.h
. and apint howev-rleatb -omtn hiai iclfand others.
j ::t no one d-'pair ol recovery, lt th pitient only
J underhand that m hope ,.( phv,.,. .1 lestorat.or, lies
only in iuyoii s r.xixai-r in iriiow iwk ana Mr- 1
j apriib,"uid per.naile hlui.fi.r Lis lifaaiUe.
! 1,,! w.e nHVH n0 he-.itaMon in predicting his s;
, rjs'oration tu health.
j The h.kf prepafr-d 'Yellow Hock.-' and tW -It-.!
Honduras Sarsaj'ai ',';," are the invaluable remilial
agents from which Dr. (iuysnlt's hujirnvrvl tvract
' ol Yellow 0c' and Sarsii jvi 1 !a is fanned, an I tY.a
I Uotiraiory ot in-. t,uvsi:t ha g ven us tu, virtu s
ot t'11?"5 r"'"' iu lh"ir perfjctmii. His preparation
; con.iins an me rt?sioranve pr-ip.r ion oi ia n.its.
ccmbined and convent i-a'xd i.i th tr ut.n ,st a rciytli
Hperi:u ills v. ere i.iad-.' in t!v inanui'a, tiir" of tliia
1 madicin" ur;tli it L u:id thit it could n t b f,irth.T
Accordin'y w- j fin I i r i.nr'e 1 to aim st u iiver-
s1'! 111 cas.-s of liepjii.. v.-nrbir'fc so cut ineoiis com
plaioti.for 5rneral prostration if all Ih r vi al pourera,
i and a II tbose tonu .nt,n ' dness -s mth'rm sj try
.:-..o : I .. I ... i.l
: ing to the patieni-e and
iiijuri..u' ta ! 6 -.'h.
L-J i J fcj
w f- ii.
"tl . "i VK -i
Trie f.l. fr.T ut !! (f II n-ph Huu;hf ii one ofha
wtf iiftmiihin.: en ricrj. A:t.T tortv ypar skJc
ner,, t'.vo voar.i1 rn i.-t'ir torhiro. thi sniDU'ilion
. f V'! ' r''
of oua le. nn It!: ? h t s' an Ih.iV Inns" a ma 01
(ei,t foul "ol I'.uynti Kvir
ol Vulij.r Vocli
rk.vd t ii: ciiiirv ii;
.' "1 ..'-.'" :
" a r! '?nl rV:.e"r ' . :"" y01" :
1 m 1 c., . '' 'Y"'i''",tJ r'
I have ben llli. t,-d :..r f.,rtv . e.rs ith irrn.,.;,.., :
w!!prSto.bur.' mv , I
mu. umer isar in ,-s i inn; i-m .-im o: vour bo'. ;
In U. tiuer Isst r.i , stei i.rin ;:i' m
wrappers; I r-uO .! lolll.lr.
i , . i ''v. ii, ..i l i r.-i- nil o. n'.rii Minn j
s p?rf irnie.l '.y your -'l-!:i-a..-t of i'ellow i
il .rful l ur-s ptrf irtne.l '
1)t; and Sai.sp.iriiii." Is-ntaud i a t.vo t.i.trim )
of it. In t-.ro w'eel'S U ttiy jfest a t mi ,hmrict. my I
s-irss all hiviiii i e isy. a id I cj it I sl "p all nii;ii a !
thing 1 hi.Ui -t J.in.i I n tuoye n. Wha 1 1 hidruken
sixbcittlM. nv snr.'- h.'d n-ariyali heaU. Mys-ires!
vot well ai it by rn hJtitin nt.' I luce inw uod in
all eight bn:tles"nf vn.ir 'iOstract. f Vjlinw Pockjind I
I n . u. ram
" V. t. i,,..! ,t .m w.s-j
rv while iivlir' lipie, entli.
I entreat ail ol th . .illicted to try tliis m -d:cin. fir
I believe it will cure r.ny l;io-,vn lia.ias i in the world
lay ssiJn all pr j i lice and proc i'i;v it, jji-at worth
tn sull'o.-in m ui'tliU and entreat th m to' ta!:o it, for
it will cure then:.
.My case is well hiwn in a 1-iV.e portion of SouMi
Carolina, teorti'ia and Alali.iiin, and if anv ah iuli
dnu'it th i a'n.ire cure. I inv ito Ih in .lo call on m.
sndlwtvl shi'.v them thu scars, i ran be found in
Alaiumi. on- ni l- from wtnu
(Jii.irt Battl 's, ii p3r battU-vis; s:ff v i i
JOHN 1). I'A'.K.
North ess' romr of 4th and Walnut s'reoti. Cincln
r.ati, t) no. Ujiural Ai-ttir tiu ViuJt
all nr l'irs miiit hn adlre.set.
Kor sale br KaurTiiian & 1 n., ami M. 7. K. i !er,
I.sneaater; C Veidi.-ir. Bjlt'ni v.e; P. li me. Flca-ant-
ville; Uuell, I!ii!meseo.,Canoll; J. 'l.Sund rmm, .
man.la; N. A. lhiiiaion. Tarlton; E. IC alls, Ruslivillo-
O. II. Mjcller i co.Smursv: S. I"). HujkVitei .
Hallsvillo: A. Pat'sroti, AJlFlii: Trout anj
Tic'tardt.Circljvillo. ' O.y-0 4tn3l
Estate of John llulton. i Capital Stock.
Ifi.lnTlf'V. i. i,aoi,v n,.i si, .!,..'..- i...'Sarrlus Kund
il been appointed and qiitliliedat Kxerutnron the
estate of Joa Horroii, deceased, ate of Kairfield
county, Ohio. All persons having claims against
r.state will present tnem tor settlement, legally au
thenticated within one year and all those indebted
will make immediate payment. "
- , . WILllAM 11TJTTON, Execs'
November 1 1, 1853 lw3
.OTICK TO rOMllKTOHS.
DntiurrrV OrHrr, Clrrlrvlllr, i
. IIT niiirr d, f&1, J
l!:I.Vli Htdl'OSV! will bo 1-i.ivwi unlit Jui.
ku.rv l.'lh, m 3. ( lira ilHu nf llw ( i,vcmnll.
t l't,liit..n and fat: tio
lUil 1'U.u toinpDy in
I,, I..,,,,,., mt luiuL.nmaj an inn DiaipriiiittiMii,
t.'u.rs and sf,i'ia aud iloii sit th work
j IMj ,iw ci,airui:iitin iii'i einin, cnnpieu'itt
4 ih,.ir I iau Ir.im (jin. uK r to Zanoavilia, distanc
hi j'.i.t fbriy-tMO m'le..
I l .i,.. ,r.,li!.... a)Kril'uti n. and all the nocsmsSry
i:ilji,r.'i,w mill be luniubnl al the Oillcs ol Um C'msf.
P"y. V r.n i p;;in..-rs, at Circ llll.
A s. lii.n r.1 lli.i w.-.r'i it heavy, anil wull worthy
'f lit., u't.iriioit ol Ci;.ra.ttuis. Jlie CompAOy hav
ii 'i i.. i.i 'im.i ( loir !i .piiril lo rti.un- llm apocolr
'"tri4i-:if nf iu Hi.. I, and wnuld prefer kitting f
i bui.vrt" wli.i am ir-p-rod to tali a portion of
i -;r li, ln.iil.: ih,.ir 1,'J , otnerie bo . vorbli..
i :, I i:., v can furaiah tatiitactory widencs ot
. rl'.ll klt'Ii' v 1J I onml. til I Iim vnr1.' in rllMahnrtMfet riT.
l u.iui jki';mai ar.i,
dawtd Chief Engineer.
K(J.V OF TI1R
r';u!-Lock & Mill-Saw.
wuU xain call attaotinn
'IW;JK., WHI'il! it Latta. to Im
mini m to-day n pxpor. Their
nno tlwivti been lar talea
a il mnoil profit, to kwp con-
t-.f-a -if-!, ff HAHDWAHtLto bf tound in this
V h'l-v tT.i .r..n i'.ji huai.,. k.-Ut....li
' u-T n,n i it tl,re yean, m! theii trJ
luntt a'i,u H.tft .I....I.I ...... i - ,. .....
'' bT rtir.'hasp Umir pood, al.nost entirely for
!'-ii un I'l.rn-tJy from Hie Mumifac'urenaud lirinnr.
! "'r''' ""' """ -f't-I"t tooirHridvntiieei.ontrd
i j, u, ,.iu,r vciuk unuer-
; "l I Ij ,k ov. r thrsre KlmtiM-nnts, and be aura'
u lv lh in a call. NufJ3
bopptnx Aie! C'boppinr Axes!!
iii.ni wi,i una -i ine rvrfar iiarmeare aiori
riiH of Ihe bnsl and beat selected tock of Axes
. -vrr iforc r,p. net in this marker, consilint of
I.iUjz. Knfrle t ompany'a Axe, from 5 to 8
" K M .Mann's do do to 6.
10 Lippincntt's do do 6 lo 6
All ol the nio-.t approved pattern, and warranted
by the maiiuia tunra.
Kr UMiRR. WHITE &. LATTA.
L nnner, NovcmW SO, 1H5J -US
mill nnl t'ro- I'ul iiwh.
4 n. Wm R,,UiJ' Mill Saws from 6 to 7 tmt.
3 tf. W,i.-. ttto-l d. in 6 to 7 do
h' in Hoiand's rro.ir-ut do do 6 to 7 dry
-I d" 11 o i snd Dutuu's do do 6 to 7 do
Vov av cheap by
KI-ri.NfJF.K WHITE & LATTA.
aster, November 23, li"2. i
illy admitted that
i YsVi irnn sold by ui is up' rior in
. 1- 'Sf'jLaiquaJtt y t an v other in thema
, :i t. We bavf niw in our Warehouse,
1 31Omi a,. I.'.dled and hammered HlON,
DO fas', -hear, biisteranj apringSTET.L,
j; Hi'kn:ith il! also find a Urge lot ot Anvils,
' aidi-1 h ix V ie-i, Vil..Rasp'tc etc.
V. !ii ii w;U be sold cliwper tliao they can be bought
i KI VIfiHR. WHITE ct LATTA.
SuvrmS..r it. 12 88
in 4 h:it!! C lmiM:: ,
Ut y. have novc in store and which we purchased
blbre th? late advance in Iron:
riirairt i.ted and straight link trace Chains,
2iHI t Gri.hii. log chains,
Al.o a lare- assort ment of llrtast, Halter and Cote
'.-.'uiils. Wood lianiAs.etc etc. . ,
fll-1 i.VtiHII. WHITE & I.ATTA.
Ianraster, November 23, 1852 tf
N'O'.V opening at the nignotlte Tad Lock end
mdi nanf the largest and best assorted
stock of KMHlmj;s and Kiteisi betore broujjht to thin
' cGn.istir.6 in part of
h io.. Kx'.n Pink Linings
No. 2. do. do.
Kxtra Cochineal Roans,
rso. 2. do do.
o. 1. Cafr Gnat Bindings,
l.xtia Tsmpico lioot Morocco,
No t, Madra.s do do.
n a . ViLcis Calf Skins.
an-l ns.,n.4. s;hoA Thread assorted.
Al40--Boot Webb. Siioe Uces, heel Ball. etc. etc.,
itshicb will be sold cheaper than they can ue pur
chased at arv where else.
! KKHNCKR. WHITE t LATTA.
' Lincaster, Dece.T.Jjer C, liv2.
HE subscriber having creatly in-
itkiuI his Ltr.ck on his mail reutes
f.-ern Columbia to Lanraifcr and trom LaneaMer to
Allien, is fullv prepared to carrv all who may wtah
to imvcl on these roads, with tzf cty. comfort andce
lritm. His cosrhw, hor-s and driven are all a Ao.
I Extra. He lov.ka confidently to a renerotii pibhc
tor inriey.inp patronage. M. Z. KRi-IDtR.
Ijnraster, Novem'jer 15, lotj ow
K-,tate of li. M. Ainswortli.
iilE creditors ofa.id Kstato wi l he paid the divi-
'I ' '.""'" PL ' "1, "rtTpoa .pplb
...;. il,n n M.rtin. Utnrnev at I AW.
Oetober fS-Om WILLIAM SLADE, Jr.. Adm'tor
S!e of Ileal Estate by order of Conrt.
ON Friday the 31f iftv of 1'ecemher, A. T '1852,
hot.ce.rn the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 o -,
. kt' M ofsa'uldav, at tho door of the court-house
ifli-citv of Lancasle., will be sold to the highest
biid-r. tli. following Real Estate, as the property of
.S'liTiitici Ifurser, a Lunatic, to-wit: The one undivid
ed lith crtrf the North half ef the Southeast Quar
ts or S:-ctin No- One (I). in Townalup No. Sixteen
(I'.i ol H.ne No Nineteen (19contaimn; 0 Acres.
1 A',.pra.edat iMXI CI-KaJ. To be acid at not leaa
; than lull pomiscment
Terrr.i of S ale On'-fourth in hand and residue in
'ftr.wpdiu'l annual instalments, with iutereat on do-
terred pa v incuts f.-orn ilay of sale.
' AS(J. HAHM.H, iaanma
. jr .. 11 'Am
i i Lunacy of Samiul Warner.
Nuvjia'je. 25, 1932.
l aii lie Common PiPns, Oet. Term, 1852
HANNAH RKAMUR, m n.
r. rctlfion for Divorce
JO:iN II. REAM tlU. )
rrHK !jovo dpfentlant.bjing ft nrta-ronidnt of th
1 State cf Ohio, will take notice ihat a petition wa
oxliibifeiagiirwt him, by U Hannah K.'jtmpr.at the
Uttober TVnn of hr; con t of rommcn Plfa, for 186i
in ani forlhR cour.tv if Fairfield ami State of Ohio,
uAvinrr that t'.ia inarria-'O
contract esisting betwen
i ,o .ml .,Si".fend...t be dissolved.
cau4-i forth in said petition are, tst. wiTul.bsence
P'1."' un8 fM r-"'--"u- t
c,-jJ"J Horn any oarticitisti..!) in (;, pro eeds ortne
sale ol ssm uaart, in tin, eveLit ol i.'i j ru.-.iirmauon
Fir tho convenience of cir-liiors. cUima mav be
filed with the nndeii,nnd, to be rermfed by him'
to the session of th i couit aivwe mi'' i.,nect.
A- HS6lVrP; licceivcr.
Lancaster, Oefob-r 1, lNi-2 23
li. Mr. JoiivC. WatAvcn, of Lancaster, .vill
recjive rbiiiis to be prasented to tho Court by the
ST F.AM SW .HII.I..
rTIHK nncWaigned has just put into oper. tion
Steam Saw Mill, in PeaaBt township. 6 miles
North of lancaste . on the Mil -rsoort road, where
he is now prejiired to fill all nrderv fir Lumber of
every description, at the atiorteat notice.
Sapt l,lc6e-3.nlu DAV1UCUTP. '-
sioui-:TxLOT roa slvle.
WILL aell on reasonable term, the property
in which I now reside, aitucta on Main. East
ui mull a'rttet. Kor put'.culaa-s en mire of the sub
scriber. , V. 8 BbAll.
Lancaster. Dncernbor 2, 1S53
S'.ittemcnt of tho Cnnilittnn ol Fnir'field
CTon.ltv Stivit:r7'a Tnikt itnti.
h MONDAY. yoviKDca 1. 1B52. -
Sotes an t Bills DUcomte i.
j Diiolvom Ohi.i UanUs
i Personal Propo ty
1 "t -al KaiaU
I Ca b
i" tt i ii
M.Kil Hi ,
, : i.7ia
. mm 74
,. aJftotsJ oY
. Vit4 oir
. 4,m w .
. Iil Mi
. !7i6 27
! i!uu. V t!hio Ban'""
Due Depositor ,
C.F. CAB VGHTY, Ctuhier.