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CITY OF L AyCASTES:
flntnrdnr lHruinir. tfc. 11. 14
KiimiTsTEBisM. We had at une
iiiiiul 'ccl the hope thut the disastrous feriui
liation of tfae piratical expedition aguinst the
Island ofCuba, under tlie command of Gen.
Lopez, would open tho eyes of American
sympathisers to the delusions which. Imve
been practiced, and tlKtlungers into which
their improvident zcul come near bading
their countrymen; but the present position
taken by many Locufoco papers, oinl lh.'
Eagle and TJegrajih among tho number,
lead up again tu eutert.iin fears for the ponce
and quietude of the country. Mr. Fillmnru's
Administration in this as in all other con
nection with our foreign polit y has been
marked with wisdom and discretion having
the honor, prosperity and peace of the coun
try at heart. In speaking of the message,
the Telegraph indulges in low, fish-market
slung against its author, and says he has any
' thing else than a patriotic fuilhin the people
and government of the United States. For
the benefit of tho editor and readers of that
sheet we we would say, that had Mr. Fill
more been guided by the impolitic and dan
gerous policy of .Filibustcrism, hud he
Iistencd'ato, and co-operated with, tho floating
population of our over-crowded cities, in
stead of having an eye to the interest and
carrying out the wishes of the masses, we
would now be involved In s Wur with Spain.
France and England. But thanks tu the
wisdom, patriotism and sagacity of President
Fillmore the lerrjjklo calamity of wur has
In regard to the Filibuster movement a
gainst Cuba, we would ask whether it
would not be more wise in that portion of
our citizens who desire to achieve liberty for
every other people, to first ascertain hw far
it was desired by the intended recipients', and
secondly, how httliey had a right to offer ill
Liberty is certainly a great blessing to a na
tion; and to uid an oppressed people in ob
taining it is certainly very commendable, if
the aid be a (lord ml in tho right wav. But
each people have the right to judge whether
fc bottar they want liberty; and each other
people arc bound to consider that, "one crime
does not justify or excuse, unother." - If the
people of Cuba want liberty, why don't they
, proclaim it! After they have proclaimed It,
other nations may uVcUro. In their favor, or
the citizens of this country may offer aid in
any mode that is consistent with the laws of
tho United State. If we are not misinform.
ed,we nro juatjfied in saying, that when our
government finds an organized insurgent
government in Cuba, that Is able to muintain
Itself, it has a right to acknowledge and aid it
though wc would havo it understood, that it
would thereby justify a declaration of war
ugainst tho United States by Spain, as did
Mexico in the enso of TYxus, But if the
Governmen' of tho United States prefers to
obsnrv its treaty with Spain, and, to remain
nfi.v-u between that nation and its revolted
scld' t, then our cltlgons cannot make any
prrpurlion at home in aid of the insurgents'
without a palpable violation of ourlaws. They
have n ri'ht though, to leave tho United
Stales peaceably, and make sne.h prepara
tion in any other country that will permit if;
but in doing so, we would Inform those whom
the Tclepraph and Eajfo would premeditate
jngly misinform and deceive in regard tg the
matter, they that very moment forfeit all their
right to the protection of this government,
and ncur, if captured, the penalties which
Spain denounces against rebels and pirates,
whatever thut may be.
Arc tho editors of the Eagle and Title-
graph so ignorant as to not know that when
ever the subjects of one nation invudu anoth
er, unasked, unauthorized by any organized
government, for the purpose of creuting a
revolution, they are guilty of piracy, and
may be troated as pirates by tho nation
Which tliev invmltl. And v it,-, nnii..n I..
uuh t-l, tl...u .., !!! l r . .
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the-, . ,illflh, ln.,e..,t ml... linur J
quaintod with this great fundamental prin Maw.ciiiwll., as depriving ...en of their
ciple which regulates and secures the Mights 1 n"t,,ral ,,l,u 10 on'1 Bnd 81'1 '"'"!
uf Nations; or can it be possible that they ' ,nd '"rning to his neighbor, asked him ifl.o
willfully misinform their readers and en-'di(l "oUhi"k il nigh-handed oppression.
course a disnositiun on the nnrlt.fthn irrn..,. I Tl, "tl"n teVci:
antand fanaticol to he discontented. . nd cro.
ate strife and desccnsioti among us! Are
they not aware that there, is no genoral in
surrection in the Island, no extensive rebel
lion, no establishment of uny new govern
ment, no authority but that of Spain, and no
general disposition to oppose, but an earnest
disposition to maintain that authority
Then why fulminate yoiiranathenias against
Mr. Fillmore for strenuosly opposing a
scheme that has nut tho semblance of le
gality, but every thing noccssnry to ploco it
In the category of piracy? Is the floating
population of the United States tho proper
tribunal to issue a declaration of war and
once more baptise our country In blood!
(?oJEss. This body manifests quite an
Improvement in its thunicter, na also a
disposition to goto work and dispose of the
business of the session. We note this fact
with pleasure. In the House tho President's
Message was referred to tho Committee of
Ways and Means, but not until ofter the re.
jection of a motion, to raise a special coin
mitteo on that portion or it which treats of
the traiff suhjoct. A committee on the
Gardiner Investigation also reported, and a
bill to punish frauJs upon the government,
which they .bring forward, was curried toa
. second tcainc, So far, so good.
V,ieoisia Lr.ofsr.ATiBE The Virginia
House of Delegates, un, Monday, passed a
bill increasing the Capital stock, of the Vir
ginia and Tennessee Riilroad Company i Transcript saysthat the receipts en the War-
l,500,000r-also a bill increasing the stock ' r,n nd Lake Erie Plank Road between
of the Manassas Gap Road $130,000. The i Wsrren and Bezcita, a distance of five miles
bill concerning the Antwerp lino of steam- nor ,he luarier ending Nov.' 30th wore over
era was taken up. Mr. Anderson offered a ' W0. These five miles cofct 7,00.0, show
aubstitute, and then the bill was made the '"S Pro nun. divident of twenty pef cent,
order of ihe day for tho Ulh. In the Ben-j Prr nnum
., . Lu: the receiptor the Intelligence of the death
' ClTJ. Mo"AL,T- Lan. week, iherel0' ,nu Hon- Win. R. King, dressed in typo.
nation of the lunirs 34. In VhiiaXElT:
the number of deaths was 167; of coutnajp.
tion 19;croup 10. Thero were 23 cholera k
24 yellow fever deaths at New Orleans du
ring Uja week ending the 37 th ult.
"Row is TammaiT Hall." The New
York Herald, a regular organ of tho Ixicofo
co parly in New York, publishes a rich ar
ticle under the above caption. We have
not mom for the whole but copy enough of
it to give an idea of the character of modern
Uemocrary in llial particular quarter., it
seems that a committee had met to make ar
rangements for the primary election ol com
mittees, tc, for the ensuing year. When
such scenes are perpetrated iu u civilized
community, and the orginators tho profess
cd Democracy o ' the country, who arc now
so largely in the asceudc-nt, it is enough to
make one tremble for the safety of the Uni
ons The main question was tlrvn called for,
and was about to be put, weti Mr. Join S.
Austin, und one r two other, entered the
room and uttered threat, lie was request
ed by the chairman to retire, as not being a
member. lie refused to do so, and took o
seat. The chairman then deputed Mr. Me..
In tyre, of the Fii'tecntu ward, and Mr.
Leonard, of the Second ward, to go to the
station house to obtain a police force to pro
tect the committee, there being at that time
a tremendous force outside, shouting and en
deavoring to come in. Mr. Iiarr then re
quested Mr. Austin to leave. He agreed
to do so, but a signal cry being given at the
instant, the door was burst in, and a torrent
of men with their hats off and their
sleeves tucked up, and well primed with
drink rushed forward, some of them flinging
pepper boxes, some tumblers, and soma
chairs, and whatever missiles phrenzy could
supply, at the obnoxious heads of tho Hun
ker session of the committee, while others
used their fists vigorously. The scene was
frightful. The lights were extinguished,
and the yells made night hideous. The
committee was broken up, and members
were compelled to fly by various avenues,
through which they were pursued by their
assailants. Mr. Schell waa struck by a
chair, and his scalp was cut open from tho
top of the head down to the temple. The
ininrv was vary severe. The wound wan
stitched and dressed by Dr. Hilton, and Mr.
nchell is ever since connnes to the house.
We have heard that in the confusion and the
darkness some members of the Barnburner
section received knocks intended for others.
There was also considerable skirmishing
The majority of the committee repaired
to tho Astor House Tor safety and for a
rendezvous, and they agreed informally to
call a meeting at Tammany Hall on Wed
nesday next, when the call lor the primary
elections will be acted upon. They also
expressed their determination to prosecute
their assailants and all who aidi d and abet
ted them.to the utmost rigor of the law.
Agricultural Society. Thu
State Society closed its annual Convention
ia tho oily of Columbus, on Wednesday eve
ning lust. Five new members of. tho Board
were elected, namely, Messrs. J. G. Gcst,
B. W. Stoelo and W. II. Ladd, for five
years, and David Mcintosh and J. L. Wor
thing ton, lor two years each. The State
Journal says the new members of tho Board,
are men of energy, experience and charac
ter, and entertains the utmost confidence
that the affairs of the association will be
managed with skill and discretion. Tho
"The past year has boon one of great pros
perity to the Society. The Cleveland Fair
was eminently successful in every depart
ment, and especially so in a finnncial view.
We learn that from eight to ten thousand
dollars are in the Treasury, besides certain
assets of some valuo. This is very encour
aging, and will stimulate to increased efforts
to promote the great cause of Agriculture in
The citizens of Dayton ere moving to se
cure tho next Stale Fair at that place. The
delegate from Montgomery county pledged
the 93,000 on the part of the people, and,
from the spirit and liberality that character
ize them in all their enterprises, we have no
doubt the pledge will bo promptly redeemed,
and that the next annual Statu Fair will be
held in that flourishing city.
The deliberations ul tho Convention were
harmonious and in the right spirit. Some
important resolutions were proposed, which
we shall take occasion to refer to hereafter.
Altogether, this Annual Session was a very
propitious one, una demonstrates that the
great interests of Agriculture have an abid
ing place in the thoughts and regards of the
people of this first agricultural State of the
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VJ hi.iiii ailliiK, icwuiji
'e, at a pubhc table, against tho laws of
! "Sir-il oppres-lon. If you please.
I "Sir, call it oppression, if you please. I
will state one fact well known to myself.
A tax bill was recently liruuglit to me on
my city property, of l(8llu, for which I gave
my cheek. 1 carelully looked into the sub
ject, and found that tijo of it waa for the sup.
port of drunkenness. Now, what is this but
oppression ! Hut I suppose I have no rights.
HuiriHellerif havo all. They may tax mo to
support criminals and drunkards tiiey make
!)i0, and I must he still." "Sir," sjid the
gentleman, "Massachusetts is right. It is
the best argument 1 ever heard. Il has
overthrown all my theory about free trade.
I will say no more, but go tho wholo with
Pickpockfts IN Boston. This business
seems to be in ijlourishiny condition in the
city of notions. Tho I'onthntt the following
record of one day 's pocket-picking:
John Green, of Baltimore, had his watch,
valued at 17., stolen on Tuesday, whilo in
the street. B. H. Mayo, 13 Morton place,
was robbed of a watch and chain valued at
983. Mrs. Buttrick, from the country, was
robbed of her portnionuoie, containing $10.
Dennis Seaman was arrested In School
I street, in the act of picking a pocket. . On
Monday evening, tt the Howard Athennum,!
John Urigham, ol Concord, j. n., was roll,
bed of $8 and a ticket for California in tho
ship Golden Eagle
Later from Rio. Tho barque Rcbeoca
Capt, Fry, arrived on Saturday morning
from Rio do Janeiro, with 3,800 bales of cof
fee. Business at Rio was brisk, and prices
stcudy with an upward tendency.
Handsome Divident. The
W .,he "no"ment witha
Ur to the 89th ult., 1 18,854 hogs had been
"ugnured i at Cincinnati.. Same time last
SPEAKmoof the Weller, Douglas t Olds
"Young Democracy" rally, in Washington,
the Republic says.
It is some consolation to know that the
gathering on the occasion was small and
select. Of the truly great men of the party
not one was there. "Youug America" had
it all to itself: and hard work it must have
had. seeing that the muster did not exceed
170, all told; and the cheering, according to
the reporter, was tremendous."
CoLons and Fashions Violet is s hew
now become very fashionable. It is the col
or of Napoleon, and therefore popular in
c ranee; while in England it will be worn in
token of mourning for the Duke of Welling
ton. Bonnets made of kid leather, which is
termed diplhera, are becoming somewhat
known. The fronts onlvare made of leath
er; the crowns sreofsilk or velvet. Jet or
naments of every description are in hirti
favor. A new head-dress, called the coiffure
Isabella, has appeared. It ia of lace, in the
mantilla shape, covering the back ot the
head, with long-point d ends descending to
the knees, so that the whole figure seems
enveloped in lace.
Tub Kaffir War. The Cape Ton
Mai!, of October 9th, says:
"The Kaffir war appears to be gradually
drawing toa close. By a series of vigorous
operations (Jen. Cuthcart has at last effec
tually cleared the Waterkloof, and a body
of troupes are left in possession nf that
noted stronghold, which had so long afforded
shelter to Mucomo, and the hordes of the en
emy who were most immediately dangerous
to the frontier district. This impotant work
was accomplished between the 14th and
18th of September, by a force'of 3,000 troops,
having with them four guns, and led by his
excellency in person."
Decision i r a Dobbite Case. The Uni
ted States Circuit Court for the District of
Rhode IslanJ were engaged several days last
week in tho raso of John S. Dispcsu vs John
N. Olney. This was an act of trespass and
arrest, and arose out nf tho troubles in that
Slate in J 842. Mr. Dispcau was an active
member of the Dorr party, and wastrrested
in Fawtucket, while the State was under
martial law, by the defendant, acting as com
mander ol a corps of military stationed at
the above-named place. The complainant
was under arrest lor the space of about an
hour, was not ill-treated, and the only object
in bringing tho suit seems to have been to
test the validity of tho acts of the Govern
ment while suppressing the Dorrite move
ment of 1843. The case has been over ten
years iu oourt, and was brought to a close on
Friday by the jury rondering a verdict for the
defendant. The decision in the case was
looked for with considerable interest by all
parties in the Stato, from the peculiar nature
of the circumstances and tho tediousness
which has marked its progress since its com
mencement. Tho verdict was speciul, and
given for the defendant, on the ground that
be acted in good faith and under orders from
ins superior omcer. ine costs in the case,
which tho plaint, II has to pay, are eat, muted
at Si, fion or SJ.OOO.
We call the attention of the people of all
parties to the above decision. We say that tho
Courts havo in every instance decided apaintt
the locality ol the lamoiis DonR insurrection.
The United States Courts now decide the
A few days since, a communication ap
peared in the Ohio Matenman, urging the
claims of this same Thomas V. Dukh to u
seat in Pierce's Cabinet. We would like to
see the Rhode Island filibuster brought up
before the Locofoco Senators from the South
for confirmation ss a Cabinet oilicer. We
venture the assertion, that a Locofoco Sen
ate would newer confirm him. They would
not aVe tn do it, and knowing these things,
Pierce will never dare to appoint Dorr to
any post that requires tho confirmation of
tho Senate. Journal.
TiieIcarian Colohy or Commuhitv.
The Icarian Colony, in Illinois, composed
chiefly of French und German emigrants.
and which admits emigrants from all other
countries, when they adopt its system cf so
cial and political organization, is engaged at
the same time in agriculturo and industry,
it cultivates several farms which have
yielded this year beautilul and valuable har
vests. Jt has gathered over 1,200 bushels
of fine, good wheat, over 300 bushels of ex
cellent sweet potatoes, ovcf 2,600 bushels of
yjery good Irish potatoes, from 10,000 to 20,
)0 heads of cabbage, which it is now mak
ing into krout, besides many other vegeta
bles, onions, carrots, beans, turnips, ate,
and it is now engaged in gathering 0,000 or
8,000 bushels of fine corn, which is brought
iu the husks from tho prairie, by wagons,
and liuakcd by the entire community, before
it is sent to the community mills. They
have nearly finished a largo edifiVo of cut
stone, designed for a school for the Icarian
children. It Is the intention of the Coin
miin'ty to build another edifice, and receive
into its school American children. It il al
so about to reorganize its concerts and thea
tres. A portion of the hall will be reserved
for Americans, thirty or forty of whom will
be admitted each evening, provided they pro
03"TA Rrpuhlir says that the Column of
the Washington National Monument has
now attained a height of one hundred and
twenty-four feet, and there will probably be
added two and a half feet before the close of
the season. Even then it will not have
reached one fourth of iu intended elevation,
which is five hundred and seventeen feet.
It may be of interest to learn, that about
one hundred and ninety thousand dollars
hnve been collected, which amount includes
thirty thoiisund dollars interest on sioi k.
Of this sum, ten thoiisund dollars remain
unexponded. To finish the column, three
hundred thousand dollars besides are requir
ed. The contributions to the monument on
the day nf the Presidential election throsh.
nut the country, it is supposed, will not ex
ceed lift iien thousand dollars an. Inconsid.
erablc sum in view of the magnitude of the
The Amkkica Board or Commission
ers for Foreign Missions held their month'
ly meeting in New York on Monday. A re
port was reai!by the secretary .setting fourth
the melsnchelv fuel that the board had lost
four valuable laborers, vis: Mrs Fairbank,
Bombay Mission; Mr. and Mrs., Porter, of
the Gaboon Mission, and air. cuilven, mis
sioiinry among the Americans. The receipts
ol the board, lor the months or August, Hep
temlier and Ootober, were 847,467. For the
operation of the coming year $300,000 are
-The Ips "Shade. The exports nf ice
from the port of llostpn lor the month end
ing November 30, has been as follows:--!'.,
Kast Indies, 1,193 tons; South America, 780:
Demarara.300; Pott t R co, 100; RioJaneiro,
353; St. Thomas,315; Nassau, (il; New Or
lean,'2,185; Mobile, 3455 Baliiinore.140
total for November, 5,334 tons. Previously,
since January 1st, 83,84(1 tons. Total this
year, 88,680 tons. , ,
Niwburtpont Cotton Mills. Ata re
cent meeting of the stockholders of the man
ufactonet at New bury port it w" round that
'he profits for the last six months had- com
pensated for the depression, and Joss of th
last yearns follows: The Bartlett Mjlls have
made a profU of nearly $ 18,000 in the last
six months, and have declared a per cent
dividend; Globe Mill has made a profit, of
Wuy; na n Uan Mill $15,000
aid the wat she fell asleep
Just before the lamp was lighted
Just before the children came
While the room was very quiet,
I heard some one call my name.
All at once a window opened,
In a field were lambs and shep:
Some from out a brook were drinking,
Some were lying fast asleep.
But I could not see the Savi r,
Though I strainea my eyes to see, .
And I wonder'd, if he saw mo,
If he'd speak to such as me.
In a moment I was looking
On a world so bright aud fair,
Which was full of little children,
And they seemed so happy there.
They were singing oh, how sweetly,
Swetersongsl never heard,
They were si ging sweeter, mother,
Than ran singour yellow bird:
And while I my breath was holding,
One so bright upon me smiled,
And I knew it must be Jesvi,
When he said, "Come here, my child.'
Hug me closer, closer, mother,
Put your arms around me light,
I am cold and tired,- mother,
And I feel so strange to-night.
Something hurts me here, dear mother,
Like, a stone upon my breast
Oh, I wonder, wonder, mother,
Why it is I cannot rest.
AM the day while you were working,
As I lay upon my bed,
I was trying to be patient,
And to think of whatyoii said;
How the kind and blessed Jesus,
Loves his lambs to watch and keep,
And I wish'd he'd come and take me
In his arms that I might sleep.
'Come up here, my little Bessie,
Come up here, and live with me,
Where the children never suffer,
But are happier than you see.'
Then I thought of all you told me
Of that bright and happy land,
I was going when you cnll'd me,
When you came and kiss'd my hand.
And, at first, I felt so sorry
You had cnll'd me: I would go
Oh, to sleep and never suffer
Mother don't be crying so!
Hug me closer, closer, mother,
Put your arms around me tight
Oh, how much I love you, mother,
But I feel so strange to-night.
And her mother press'd her closer
To her over-burden'd breast;
On the heart so near to breaking,
Lay the heart so near its rest.
In the solemn hour of midnight,
In the darkness calm and deep,
Lying on her mother's bosom,
Little Bessie fell asleep.
Emigration to California. The steam
er Georgia, which sailed from New York on
Monday, for Navy Bay, took out between!
700 and 800 passengers. The Uncle Sam,
for the same destination, has 600, and the
Prometheus, that sailed on Sunday, for San
Juan, hud 600 more Total in the three
steamers, about 1750. The California mail
on board the Georgia, consists of 41,593 let
ters. From the Society Islands. The En
glish Admiral has finally decided upon mak
ing the little harbor of Riata the navy and
cunli'ngdepot for the squadrons. Four Brit
ish vessels of war wero there. At one of
the Marquisas Group, a small French gar
rison had been established, aided by a sloop
of war, in which a number of French politi
call convicts, wilh their families, hud recent
ly been placed.
Lumber and building material wus in great
demand at Tahiti. A dock or slip hud been
completed at Papceti, for repairing vessels.
Mount Vernon Hotel at Cape May.
This is the name of u new hotel in course of
erection nt. Cape Island, now about two
thirds finished, .vhichis declined to be the
largest hotel in the world. It is expected to
be completed by the next wiitcrintr season,
at a cost of about three hundred thousand
dollars, and will accommodate t.vuuty-five
Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroah.
Tho receipts on the Pennsylvania and Ohio
Riilroad, during the month of November,
were: From passengers, 839,497,63; from
freights, $10.778,30 total 840,275,93. The
receipts of November exceed those of any
previous month, except October, notwith
standing the rise on the Ohio river, and the
oponingoftho Lake Shoreline.
Death at Prayer. On Sunday, while
Mr. Thos. Gould was kneeling at prayer in
the Baptist church, corner of Ashland and
Lombard streets, Philadelphia, he suddenly
fell over and expired in a few minutes of dis
ease, of the heart.
The Crystal Palace. Foreign contri
butions to tho Crystal palace, thcNcw York
Tribune says, aro flowing in daily. Among
them are many things that will tend to el
evate artistic leeling in this- country.
Charity. Great minds are charitable to
their bitterest enemies, and sympathize
with the feelings of their fellow creatures.
It is only the narrow-minded who make no
allowance for tho faults. of others.
03Punc.h says he is preparing a. hill to
prevent cruelty to qu itations, which He
means to lay dofore Parliament at au early
Mrs. Jamison, niece of General Pierce,
was married lust night, at Boston, to Mr.
Henshaw. Gen. Pierce and lady were pres
KrThe Cherokee National Council, in
a iM it ion to prohibiting gambling, haa pas
sed an act against the carrying of concealed
On the day of the Presidential election,
Newton J. Hudson was killed at Pine Bluff,
Ark., by H. A. Washington.
SADULK AND HAUNRSS MAKINfi.
Co-Ph rt n c rah i n.
rpiIF. undersigned has taken into partnership In
I. the Saddle, Harness and Trunk manufacturing
iiustiiess, johis ii. iiiATt acs , ami tne Diisiness win
herealtttr be conducted under the firm nameol .IV.
TLh& MATItACK. The patronauu ot the ntiblir
ia respectfully solicited.
;f TAII thoae Indelited In the subscriber, aro earn
sally roiuesteil to call n4 settle aa the old business
must be closed up. JOHN N. LITTLF..
March 30. lWi. . . dw48
liilil'rV Bi'(hiii I'lii-lory Ki-iiiovimI
GEOmK SMITH ha ro moved his Chair and Bed
stead Factory from the corner of Wheeling and
Columbus streets, to Hlanbery'i Building nn Main
trrt, fin) tf.wrs East nf the Harking Valley Bank
and directly opposite the Checkered Store. He bason-
largen niapiiaineasBnu imonaa weeping on
hand the largest and best assortment ol
CIIAIRH and HKIiSTEADS
ver before kopt In this place ; consisting
in part, of Cane saat, Cottage, BuatU
French, Scroll top, Villan, common and
Children' Cnalrs. Sorlablos and Settees.
All deacriptiona ol DKDSTKADS manufactured ol
either Cherry. Walnut. Maple or Sugir.
His work will all be made of tho v.irybeat msterlrl
by good workmen tat) oi the lalast and moat approved
patteraa. l will b inferior Is none manulactured
elaewhere and will he sold at the verv lowest prices;
A contiauatloa of th very liberal patronage of the
puDiie is roapeciiuiiy souci-oct. it is tne inionuoo oi
the aubscriitor to keep a full and genera 1 . aseoitmert
at all limns, to that he will be enabled to acommo
dato both old and new euatnmen with anvthin in his
lino.' Ia connection with ntsaUblihrnent Is Jl.- Q
U. t.ckert Jll?lnet Ware Koom, to that customers csi.
bo accommodavad with all articles requisite to com
plete full assortment of Household Furniture. Call
and toe. 0OHO BMITH.
Laaitter,rtovar 1 a8N. . M
WAsniNoToR, December 8. HocsK.-The
Standing Committees are announced.
Mr. Burton introduced a bill appropria
ting $300,000 fur the payment as compensa
tion lor bringing the votes for President and
Vica President. Read twice and passed.
The House then adjourned. . .
Senate. Mr. Chase gave notice of a bill
granting to Ohio all unsold und unappropri
ated lands in that State. '
Mr. Rusk offered a resolution calling upon
ihe State Department for. copies of all cor
respondence in the year 1835, between ihe
Stale Department and tho Mexican Minis
ter and the Republic of Texas, touching thu
Indian aggressions. Adopted.
Mr. Clemens introduced a joint resolution
authorizing the President of the United
States to confer tho tillo of Lieut. General
on Major General Winfield Scott for meri
Mr. Gwinn crave notice of a bill granting
public lands for the construction of a Rail
Road from the Mississippi river to the Pa
The Kentucky contested case was then
taden up, and was about being put to the
vote when a debate ensued on a question
submitted by the Chair.
The Cherokee nt Havana.
New Orleans, Dec. 7 .The Cherokee
has arrived, aud her officers report that they
were graciously receivsd at Havana. That
the mails, passengers, and officers, including
Smith, were prennttcd to land without hin
The Captain of the port intimated that the
difficulty had all been settled.
. The Havana papers exult greatly, and
consider it a triumph on the partfof the
Baltimore, Dec. 9. New Orleans mai
received as late as due. Gen. Pillow met a
public reception in 'East Feleciana, La
Win. L. Marcy and son arrived on Monday
en route for Florida and Havana. British
barque DeWoll reported ashore at St. Cath
arines Island total loss. Passengors and
crew arrived at Savanah. Vessel owned at
St. Johns insured. The President recog
nizes Win. Henry Sandson as vice consul,
pro lent., Irom Denmark, tor (South Luroh
G. Y. Augustus Shell, chairman of Dem
ocratic Convention, died this morning from
injuries received at a riot in Tammany last
Baltimore, Dec. 10. Ellen Capperilla,
a ballet girl at the f ront Street Theatre
fell from the flies last night, on the stage
and was instantly killed.
The remains of Booth arrived here this
morning and were taken to his dwelling.
He will be buried to-morrow; brought on
by a Masonic committee.
Murder by a Funeral Party.
Cincinnati, Nov. 39. A party of about
forty persons on horseback, while return
ing from a funeral yesterday, near Louisville,
commenced racing, and coming up with Dr.
J. W.'Campbell, of that city, who was rid
ing into town, knocked him down, killing
him instantly. But one of tho party was ar
rested, and he has been held to bail for man
WASHiNGTii.t, Djc. 10. Information has
been received here that Greenough, the A
merican Sculptor, is a confirmed Lunatic
The City of Pittsbnrgh burnt at Valparai
so. She was valued ai $135,000.
The IT. 8. Itlint.
Philadelphia, Nov. 30. Thpre have
been 7,3.:0,000 received at thePhlladelphia
mint this month.
.tlarhif, Ntmdmonc ami Frccstoue Fnctory.
f ill Machiiinry la now In nurres-rtil oporation.nn 1 ; ho wholo process of pVep.ra'ion, nivl giving the an
pursnns watirfeg any of the following named ar- ! ihnrities upon which the claims nl this new. remedy
ticliM, would consult tli.ur own intorasl an , confers I ro based A- ir is net a secret remedy, no ob jection
tavor hy giving us a call. j ,.,!., it:-rl agtintt its usohv Phvsicnins'in respet ta-
Mr).UM,u.ltf ol Marblu, wo will lurni-h at s ; hie stsndiiigind regwUr nnctiro. 'IVice.gl per hottlo.
4iort ntitlert ,.,. 'ITOnsears: TinslKv ry bottle of the genuinn
HK.U) a.V) VOOTSTOSHS uf tho same: or H'iniv k... m.....;i,. t.,,i-,. ,.i I . lit ilifjll
liavptif hntitlful fonn. and hinhl v iiili.h-it. I
MOXUUE.XTS DF SASnSTOSE in great
variety of fount. Head and Kootstonea of the ssme
n I ol Kroestoun.
SAl)STO.E FOli BUir.niS'GS. ir , nsnge.
wnricCaps an I SI IsCappinr, for wills or Chimneys,
Kloorinu f.ir Porticos, Flagging for Waits or Spi inu
tilities. Columns, Galo or renco posts, well-tops ami
A. J. LILLY ft CO.
Lancaster, May 10, 1852.
HOOT A Nil NIIOK KSTADL1SIIIHENT.
WOI1K.SON & WOIIK wottldrnspect
fill I v inform tho citizens of Knirf:eJd '
'and Ihe adjoining counties, that theyareon
hand as usual, a r their old stand one dooi
West of 81ocuins Druif Store, with a tires and
iplrnilitl assortment of everything in their lino.
Their Spving purchases have boon selected with
cate and are. larger than usual.
I.ADIKN! We lisvetakon special care it makina- our
purchases bo as to please you.
ive have iviti.mi evcrytntng.irom a Jknnt Limb
DnsKiHtlown to the smallest children's shoos.
We havo also on hand aud are prepared to msketo
Uentlcmim's J?ttA in anrf Seamless Oaitrrs. Con-
.tress Boots, &.c. Wo also hare on hand Ladies' Gum
FINDINGS, ftc We aro also prepared to furnish
Shoemakers and Finding Stores with k hidings ofevery
ilesrription, such Kits, I'egs, Hoot-wobblng, Shoe
Jti ings, Lares, de.
Mole Leather. Morocco bindings, &c, always on
In addition to the work on hsnd, mo are prepared
ss heretofore to mamiflctiire e very! I 'i tig in ottr line.
uur own wora needs no twcotrmendotion. t,o hope
by proper attention to nttr business. In secure fsir
n.;n Ai the hulilic ,tr..r. .. -o -in . i.. .... U
An h.J tr, nni . .....i.. ,.t j :.. . ;!
v.. . .. -jr-.w.i .-.VUI.I. Hl( UV UUI 1,11 IV
WAN TKO The subscribers will tnUc ono ortwo
good and industrious boys to lesrn the Root and Shoe
making Business. WOKK, SON A WOIIK.
Unraster, May 19, 18M. 3
OVtTW lll'llllllIK 'I 4'kllltllli y.
VKH UAtF a Milli. nof TcstsnirnisU have been
4 in the law, from Judges of
.." ilj, fca.u,', ! . in, in,, , onC II.
.." i .i v ,i in,, none
Si S from Ministers nf tho (Ji
..I.I..H.. .1 M ,.
I pol, whose undevinting in-
rjf 5 legerity htve made them
shining liglitt In tho path
I. ? of Truth, from enlighten
,v ,"T cd Professors, from scute
niercnants, ot trnm tltose
of every station, name
and d gre among manKirul all of which, without
one dissenting objection, pronounce this Ointuirnt to
Aa dav bv dav ll unnl ti-trsivelv extends its aohere,'
of action along Ihe border of our vas! country, sndis
cirruisieamrougnoiii iib exieni, new eviucnceB ot iib
power and new proota of ItBetHcacy are continually
developed. Three millions of boxes, applied to dis-
usee witiiiii .no leai tntir jean new v.iMMii.iiru in.
astounding fact, beyon.lthe power of cavil or cont a
diction, that it it iwrAi.Liai.s! in the cure of all Tu
mors, Ulcers, Sores, Burnt, Tettor, Piles, Scrofula
Krvsipelat. chilblains, scald Hoad, toi Kves. Otttnsv,
lUVCtVCU UV I 1 ... . .. .Ll ui HH.lllSUT I ALL 1.1. . .1.- . .. . . .1 t
I k.. l. I'm.. l ST- . ll ... It.
- utu. jiiuui mil , tip cir.nn x rhL innni
'Wntt'xn. nt.Ai.iisu tu.M.Mr.IM! aa axenernl tlun?, hut almost Invatiablv, euro
JQ7&H r rom Physician, the most maladies fur which it is employed
f-Hf- V? '.j "iti "a celebrated. As l!m makes thoso lct wuler in I bottT known.
w J. r1 r iiuiii outrriiiora inarnen r lis inenii-iiie tiaa trraniia v neccm? tne nesi r tinnce
. t . a . u I ...
crimp, Rheumatism, Broken Breast. Ague in the Face, : iy csn bo relied on as gcmim-? without "dwlU'ration.
ouma, Ac. It completely restores the Insensible pick i We hsve endeavored hero to furnish tho rommu
p pi a at to at, and by this meant opena those avenues byj nity with a meidictne tf such intrinsic atiporiorit v
which nature intended to oxpel tha morbid matter of ' "u worth at should command itself to their ronll-
the body thus it the system clesnsed: the blood pu-
rified: and tho health restored
It ku power to cause all external tores, ScrofuU
out Humors, and 1'oUonovs wounds to discharge
their putrid mttter: and then heal them. It is rightly
terme' All Healing, for there la ictrcely a diaeaae
external or interns), that it will not benefit. I hire
used it forthe laat fourteen year for all the diseises
of the cheat; consumption and liver; involving Ihe ut-J
most danger and responsibility; tnd I declare before
heaven and mtn, that not in one tingle ctse htt tt fail
ed to benefit when the patient was within reach of
J. MoALISTER. HI FuUon-tl., Now York. Sole Pro
prietor. A. A 8. Hirniar, Agenta for Ohio.
Sold by E. I.. Slocum tnd Otto W. Kraomer, Lancas
ter; E. Kalb.RuthvlUet W. W.Roed, Carroll; M.Csmp
bell. Pickerington: Leonardand Brother. Basil; A. E.
Mkthoif, Lockvillet Samuel Bartlet.a Winchester; J
Kndtley, .LilhopoJis; E, Oeohegn, Baltimore; J. Clay
pool. Now Salem; J. and 8. Henboe, Amanda; Daniel
Hawkin, Sugar Orove ; Ashbaugh and Beery, Bremen
It lank Suitiiiioii
ta'mi McnrdtnK lo A4 or Tnninw, In Ui nu
ISM, by J. 8. HOtlllllTON, M. 1)., Iu th tlork'l
. OffliK of thu IXnrK-t Court for Uia. Extern
lliitriot of PunusylvitnU.
Another Scientific) Wonder!
GREAT OURS FOR
Do. J. S, HOUCHTOfl'S
the naiE . -
OK, GASTRIC JliCE.
Prepared Irom Rkmxkt, orthe fourth Stomaoh or
the Ox. altpr directions of IUiiom Lu nio, the
Bient Physiological chprniiit.liyJ.S. IIouohtoh M
1). Philnd lphi, I'ennsylvania
Thin i truly wondnrful remedy furln litf'-at'nti.Dys-
pppaia. Juintlice, nvr conipiaiiu, conaupium. uuu
I)?bility, curing alter K lure's swn luotUod, by
Niitiii-MSi nu-n AfTHnt. 1Kb Gailric Juico. "
tr-llall'i li'!moonl'iil ol I'rwra. infused in water.
will Uigost or dtssoivo, p toe rottnaw aj iwani nccj
in count two noun, oui 01 rno stomarn.
l'Ki'SIN is tlio chief element, or Gr?at Dbu-sttiiR
Principla of tho Oaatrin Juice this solvent tf the
tvotl, me ruryjtfg, fre t ring, ana utimiuumig
Agent of the stomach and lnlL-l'ni.;i. It ia extracted
from the dir'ativo atomarh of thu Ox, thus forming
in AwiliciaT Dig'istive Kliua, prnciavlv liko the na
tural Ga-,lrii-Juico In Ita rhnnirut powers, and fur-
nialung a cnmplote and nnrl.icl sulKttitiitu tor it. ay
the aid of this nrcDaration. the Dim ami evils of indi-
jcsuon anti uy.-.pnpia are rmnoveu.jusi an irmv wnuiu
it liv a hflatlhv stomach. Itisdoinir wondora for Pys-
Dfptics. cnriiiff cases of D.'hilit v. emaciation, nervous
decline and dyspeptic consumption, supposed to be tin
the verge ol tho grave. 1 no Kctcntnic evidenre upon
w hich it is based, la in the highest dJieree curious and
DAIION I IKiilG in his celebrated work on Animal
choinntry. savs: "An Artificial Jhtjostive fluid, si
inirous Ui the tya&tric Juice, mav be rcD'litv prenal
from thn mucous membrane nf the stomach of the Calf,
In which virions Vtirlos of food as meat nd egE,
win do eojierwh cnnigr.a ana tiictieu just in in
same mannerss me v wouiu be in iiih numan siomacn.
Or CO.MflK. in liis vahu'jlo writinas on the "t'hy
aiology of Dignstion," ohsorvos that "a diminution of
ttiediie qtun'ity el the titstrlc jiuru is a pTorr.inem
snH all-nrevailihc catiso of DvHimDiia:" ami ho states
that "a distin nihod professor of medicine in London,
who was sev-n-ly aflliclod with tins com)-l.unt, find
ing everything else to fail, had recourse to t he (iat
tric Juli o, obtained from tho stomachs of living ani
mals, which proved rompletrly nuecetiHj'iil."
. Dr. ORAIIA.M, author of tho famous worlaon"Vo
gntablr Diet," says: "It is a romarkalde fact in phy
aiology, that the tomachs nf animals, macerated in
water, impart to thH fluid the piopcrty of dissolving
various articles of fond, and of ell'octin'g a kind of or
tijlr.ial ilienlinn of thorn in no wjsedilti'rent from the
natural digestive yrocess," - ' . .
iT-l'all on Ihe Agent, and get a Descriptive circu
lar, gratis. giving a large amount of scientific evidonre,
similar to tho above, together with reports of remark
able cures, from all parts of the L'nilod States.
An a Vijhpppitia Ctirpr
Dr. HOUGHTON'S I'kMn hit j-rtwlured the most
marvellous olfecta. in curing cases of Tlelillly, Ema
ciation, Ktrvmut Decline and lupeptic roiuumptiot.
I' Is impossible to give Ihe details ot cases in tho lim
its of this advcrtisvinent;but authenticated certificates
have been given ofmore ths.n Two Uumlred rtrnark
ablc evret, In Miilsdelphia.Nt'vV York and Boston alone.
Those wero nearly alt desperate cases. and the cures
were not only rapid and wonderful, but permanent.
It is a groat Ai'rvovn Antidote, and particularly
useful for tondency to bilious disorder, livor com
plaint, fever and ague, or badly treated fovor and
ague, and th evil etTerts of Quinine, Mercury, aud
other drugs upon tho Digestive Organs, stlor a long
sickness. Alo,for excess in uating, and the too fret
use of ardtnt spirits. It almost reconciles Health
Old Slomarh Complaints.
There is no form of OU Somarhromplai'itH which
it does not a en to reach an.! remove at once - No
matferh'iw bad theymT be, it gives iimlant relief!
A single dose T"rOTcs all the unpleasant symptoms:
and it onlv ne?ed. to he r-pnted for a short time to
inuVe th.e u"A t ct permanent. Purity nf Blnod
itJ n!f,ir of ftotti foilnw at once. H is particular
ly excellent in cass of Nans-a, Vmniting, cramps,
. -or. nens of the pit of the stomach, dUtrrBs after uating,
'tiw, ci. 1. 1 .-tni of the Bloitd, llavit.ess, lowliest of
p'rifn.d 'sponiency, emaciation, wraknena, tondency
I to insaniv, sincfii', aic
: Dr. HOFfrHTOVM'EPfiJN. Is sold by nearly al!
; the leal --rt in (iniyilriiji tl I'nular.M idifiii.s,thniii;li
i .nit th, t'nited fftetes. It is prt-partMl in rVvriler and
j in tiuid form ar.d 1'rcscxiptton vir.is for thu usu uf
I ' Prlr-itu Clrrvlt'r lor fie nte nl Physi tans, nay
! Iu. nt.llnM.t nC I r 1 1,, .. ,. ,,...,. i , i. trrmit.. it rll.l r,a
'iv tv i n .ufl.-,. ... fi.t..ini..i.;.. P. r.m-m
TON, M D..solrinronri. tnr, t'lii!doli'l,ia1 Pa. Copy-
tight sn.i Trade Mark secured.
1T7".'iiild bv ll Druggists and Deales in Medicines.
Jgrntiii-:r)W Mil) I. SLOCf'M. LANOstrne;
Da. J. M. Vsilboh, Si'Wv!i;
Tkottp o ('ickahdt, Circlevillnj
MarchW. O. Hoasit'rt, Coi nvr 47
For the iBpitl Cure of
C01GHS, (OLDS, HOARSENESS
CR01P, ASTJI1IA, AXD
Many or trial. intPtid of impiping tho puh.
licconl.dinre in this mcdifine, has won for it nn ap
prrriniiun and n toiii;y hy far exceeding tho m-jst
s i." as . t .. .. ft
nmo expectai ti nt oi it menas. Lotnt ig mil its
! nli'tnsic virtues snJ thn imiiusfakshle
red on thousands of sufferers, cou'd tirigtntO snd
maintain the refutation it enjoys. Wiiiie many inl'.i.
rier remedies thrust upontho community, lwvo failnd
tn:l brn discarded, this has gained frieo Is by every
hist, conferred beiipfits on lha al'dicted they can ni.
ver forget, and produced cures toooum.'rou and too
remsrkalile to beforgottrn.
W hile it is a frsiirTon th3 public tn f retnil that any
ono medirin" will infallibly euro still. there ia abun-
of tho tlllictetl, (l oin tin log-cabin of tha American
... I e 1.. L" - r,'!.-....!.
peasant, to Uio palaces of Kurnpean K'ngs Tiiroujh.
out tuts entir, counu y, tn every t-iaitf, cjiv, eiiu in
deed almost ovory lit mint it contains, oHKRky n o
tohal is known as tho best remedy uxtant for dis
easea oi th' Throat aud Lungs, and in many foreign
coun'ries. it is coming to bo extcnsivolv used bv their
most intelligi nt Physicians In Great rlritian, France
and flermanv: whrn Ihn mndicaf science havo rnsch.
' od their hiuliest perfection, chrrht pkctoiiai. is in
troduced, nd in constsnt use in the Annies, Hospitals,
I Alms houses. Pub ir Institutions, slid in domestic ,'rac
tice, as tno suresi remeuy Ttieir aiti-naiug niysit tans
can emnlov fur the more dangerous tll'uctiiuis ol thn
: lungs. Also in milder cases, and for children it is
sale, pleasant, and elfectuil to cure. In fact. omn ol
the most flattering testhoonials we revived have been
from parents who have found it efficacious in
particularly incidental to childhood
The ciivkkt rKCTonALia'mtnitfartured byt prac
tical eheinit, and every ounce of it under his own
eve. with invariable accuracy and cam It la analerl
' nd protected by law from counterfeits, consentient.
I donee t remedy tt cncesifi'. tpovdy and effectual,
urmr. 111,1',, m ijii, t. eaiv. myvvuy tu'i iflluilllli
which this haa bv repeated and countlesa trials rrov
ed itsell to be; and trust bv grett can in preparing it
wnn cnemtcaiaccuiacy, oi unuorin sircngtn tu anord
Physicians a new agent on which they can rely for
the best results, tnd the afflicted witha rerautly that
will do for them all that medicine can do.
FRKPAHKn BV I. 0. ATtS, 0HKM1ST, AtOWSIX.L, MAtt
Sold in Lancastor by KautTman A co. K. L. Slocum
ancTUr. M. Z. Kroider, Ituahville, E. Kalb, tnd by
Druggists tnd Dealers in medicines overy where -November
4 1H5'J , , , 8mS5
1j DWAKD I,. SIOCUM,htvlnt purchtted tha
li entire Stock of Drugs altd Medicines ot
Qeoree O. Beck. now otfort thotame for tale, together
with a large and well selectod new stock at the Old
stand, known at me ajity 1'rug more, wnere may
be found a la rge and complete assort ment of Drugs.Me
dicinea and Chemicsls, Paintt,Oils,Dya-Stutft, (Jlsss
Wire and Window Olaat, Brushes, Orooerles, Fancy
Articles, Ac, which will ba sold wholesale tnd retail,
upon aa reasonable terms at can be purchated in tha
city EDWARD L. SLOCUM.
Cancattar, April 94.1861 ; V dAwBl .
w . I
1 K.lOAufccI "
1 r-iVT nn-'J
WESTERN NEW YORK
COLLEGE OF HEALTH
Xo. 207 Main Street, Buffalo, N. T
-THIS erf.hmu.1 musir is MMtud, lasdas; las Auswaf
I Ins aaanj aura, il u atuaina
ALL OVER THX WORLD. r '
II has MW btOOBM IA H mdiim t fmtmilm - mmA k.
parthjoliirljr noomnMlulaii lor
! " rf Ma tarasplalm imirwtlalalr mlWvad. m BitUs.
ill Row ionic !anilin. as rmmphlH ftr Tiltmrm. This
uimwm, aa manual as L.HDLSRA. and Ua, atow anil draft'
ilera 1W iiaUsnlalUrir anuuia bl BM.t, ftirnwe
iiw m.wiu., immune UMarstem ItldMne w
ami iirivatvlr wila parlecl aaocaaa. 11 anr on who hoa
nan a symptom ol urnpay. ol anf oftametar kaap uosaruwar
Ujr Uwa, anil, il lints would avoid th anoalnral
APPLICATION Oy THE KHITB,
perfumta lli system and Wt th accnMalntad wntsr tloaa
away, only to fill bp again, and Anally to ud in a dreajiUiJ
dls, kit tlim just us Uiia ronMily in season, and a, sscavary
laaute. leutieni Uy It at anr sing of thiedissBss.aniaaoar
ia Hlain, ll tiwr win gin it a fair trial. .
ual all diseases of Ui urinary ortene i tay tkae dlttiewing
uomiilainls. it slnnils akin ; no other artloW, oan relieve yoL
and tli oures teeliiiwi to will oonvinos th atoet akoutiiial
DEBILITY 07 THX SYSTEM,
wend Lnok, weakness or tho Kidtsrrs, fce.. or InflajsiraaUtn
el aamu, is immeilialslr relieved by a few day' as of this
ntoilioin. and aeur is always a result of itattso. li stands as
A CERTAIH SEXEDT
nn-suoh aomptuints, and also for derangements f the fans)
ntREOtrLARTTLES, BITPPRESSIOHS, '
iminnil menstrnalions. No smol su tverbee e'eredatoept
tin., wliloh would toaak this kind of derangements, ll mny
tie relleil upon aa a sure and fleoUe nHOodr. ad did "si
pw-iutluid to do so, onnid aivo
A THOOSAItTD HAKES
aa proof ,if cure, in this distressing elasa of complaints. 80
pantpklet. AU broken down, debilitated constitutions, from
Uieeneutol mercury, will find th kraoing power ot this sni.
ole to nut immediately, ami the poisonous mineral eadwatd
Irom Ihe system.
Tlie 'ja Jiatmot properties whluh composs thl arttot. atanl.
fret tliviaselvee pamoolarlr in tint application of th oom.
pounii, tor in ui.irsssing onus Ol oomplutnts wnnjh send
north of kiirop.
For uonturias tbsr kaa been and ia Has
CEBTAIH BOTAITICAL AGENT,
whtcli In nil diseneas or deransemenu of th fomtil framo,
otwtruvtiona, tlilfluulliee, painful mensuualiona. Jto.. hus
JHeotet) a our. Tliis root at indiseaoiis to oar soil, ami fonnd
n larae tinuntitiet, unil B a meiUoinal nropertr, atands with
out un emml t it fonn on of the vomponmis in th prepuro
Uon. whloh. as a whole, is th bust remedy ever siren to a
ilobilitateil femtile i il ia euro, anil to ayetMn will te mtond
Ui health by its una.
For tlie tvliel ol all Sympathetic Diiaaaaa attendmnt on pra
nsnny l U allay those iliamneinc and painftl troubkM whioa
olten occur botli to married and unmarried females, and re
mnvea tkoaa perioUiuol ob-uautxiaa wUca arian from lakuul
CONSUMPTION and Liva'a Pohplaipt, Bilimu Die.
Dun, InHummttin nf if . CrasrAi, Ctids, Htarm. .
P'!11 Small, ITinlinmt, 4-a., lot all tbos dwetaaa a
Metllcin has ver been Ita equal.
CANCERS', FETES SOKES, SCROFULA,
?.W.!;JJ.K?, QUINTS. HARD TUMORS, and SPINAL
Art KCTIONS IAi's Miditine Am and it cwng Uu vr
tmirt; let nn me njftrtrd with tion ecmpUtntn, or am Uur.
kriitau tn r IAis Mtiiunt, as a sura uUi csSTaislt rev
suit from tu tut, lAers Sting nt Mcdiiint rnne Seftrl lis
Wtirti iu taual. Call tn JlgtnU and tt a fampUtt.
FETSB AND AGUE.
To th Rreiit VV.at eapenisllr. and whenyey thaw cone,
pluinu prartul. line matlioin i olteml.
HO MINZHAL AGENT,
no iloleterioua compouml is a part of this mixture, H euros
the diMAiies wiilt osrtalnty and oalarity, tod doe not leave
lh aytem torpid.
ll ia mud of rools nlont, anil ia purely a Votoublo Friptra
bon, uml iina notliins in iu como,itiou whioh can ht Ik lat
injirre any ieroii under any uiruumautnoea whatever. Nu
merous uettiliualMol rh lilirketl reapecuibility are psblisil4
in tiut pumplileta, which nra disuibuunl trutuitouaiy
a aimrWat of a moat painful uharaeler, b
and a cure follows hy t. few days uea of this trtiol t It Is far
lielore any oilier preparation lor thu dieenae, or for any othof
diseuas iirisinullns lion, impure blood. So pumplilel.
will find tho iillerative proportias of this arltuks
PtTRITT THE BLOOD,
anil drive auuh iliseus from th system. See pamphlet fst
leallmonr ol cure in ull ilimsuee, wliioh lh limiu of aa udver
tMwiiieiil will not permit to b named bar. Airnl livatbeaa
away ; they contain 1 panes of oertifiwiuaruf liia-li liliaraotor,
and 0 alroutee - . .
ARRAY Of PROOF '
of the virtue, ol'a mliilua, never apiienred. It Is on of tlie
peunliur laatiirw el Ihie arliu'a thai ll nerer fail I betieil in
any ;, uml ll bona and muscl w lelt to build upon id Ian)
vnuuiulcil and UuKsiiut iuvuitd .
and kceii tuklna the medioint as Ions at tlm la aa lapne
uraent. Th protirielor would - .
CATJTIOK THX PUBLIC
nsninal n nnuilier of artlulea whlek otaw ont ondat Ike sand ol
8A1SAPARILLAS, STRUTS, Ac,
a. lor irop.y. flravel. ks.: Thr tu ttioil fia-BMala.
ami eonuocusi lo null tit unwary
TOUCH THEM NOT.
Tliiririiiviitiirs nerer thought of uurlnt sunk dhsnaas tin tin
srn.:l liml tloiu, it. A puniuular study of th pumphkH ia
Asmiii. himI nil who sell the artkikt nr
ULAD TO CIRCULATE
tffkiiiitoH.lr. fui up in SO o. htilloa. uf SA ; If os. do. nt
at) clav esh the laraer hoklins S os. luore than two smnll but.
lie.. .iw wit nnn not ret imrwttd npon. Mvery kottkt ha '
' vunslin's wesetulikr Lithunuipliu ilfixturo," blown upon '
theslii., the mritlrn signature of 'I3. C. Vaughn-" on Uny
..lirrciuiN., uml ' ti. C. Vuuxhn. Hnfful," elnmasd en IA
cr. None other an, tenuiiia. Preiiarerl by fir. tt. IJ. '
Stiuslin. nnd told ut the frinuipnl tlrtliw, -JSl Mata ettoel,
iliiiiiiio, at whr.liwale and retail. No nltenuun civen lo kHtera
utiles port iianl po.t PKid letters, or verbul oooimunioaliooo
enliclllns uiivlv. promptly allemleii to, trulie.
, " v, . 1 ' iiuton m atiiuins, rt. 1S7,
Miililan l...e. New York City t Mis. E. Kidiler at Co., Boa.
ton ; C. . Mur.l-.il ft f... Clu.inn.li ; . Owen Co., tie.
troll: r3uni It Hny, t.'hieuai Fiik It II.H, C'lereland: R.
tl. rlellera, f itLburah W iner It Dims, Hamilton, C. W..
Sid Inr .au, iiy all tlie nMpectaule Drugifkil Lkrusiraeut the
ailed rllauia itnd Canuda. and ut nUul bp- '
I wal AyaaX Natatrnv
O. Kau'fman . Co.. t n .l-aticast r; I eonatd ft Fro.
iher, Ha.ilj Shaw ami Hutchinson, West Bushyille;
T. D. Rmniarl, Utlrt pnli.i O H. Mealier, Hrmers!;.
Troop nn.i FirkhsH, Circleville; Henrv Kiag.Tsrltonv
Dr. I). A Kishor, D.iltimore. July 99, ll&i , lVf
fiforr llnramtl's Prtminm Essenrt of Coifre
MisuyArrcsan ut Danish. Rohlph 4 co
One Package at 18 rei vrillsart 4 . of Cofee!
I'VIH I'taftnce wat lately awarded w-irh a trlrer
m"d.V in he American Institute, New TorW, aJso
with tie first promitire for tuch articles In the frank
in ln'it'ite, I'ni'a Irlfihi.
So d WinJesa'ettnd lietsil. t the proprietor'! no'e
by our Ax- nts.aad artho principal Dug at.d Grocery
stores throughout the United States.
This fospnee has been proven by many thousands
of ths richest and mo t respectable familist, at well '
ai by t.io poorer ctata ot people, almost tnrougn trie
1 whole United Statet,to be bytarlhe beal preparation ...
of cntfeo ever olfered to the public. Coffer made by '
, this Essence is much more who ennme, more tlelitato.
linor navoraii, pertectly clear, and, in every Instance,
superior to the fuost Java Coll'ne.
In order to give full satisfaction anil proof that the
above article is perfectly healthy, and to show pome
tliitu nf the deserved reputation it haa trained and iuat-
ly entitled to,-we aiaj si few certirlcatet and recom-
iiiinlations, particu any renting to hea'th, rrom itr.
U .elii and Dr. Chilton, practical chemistt tnd Anal j
ti its ol the cition of FhiladVlphit, tad New York.
College Avnue, Tenth street, btlov) Market, 1
J'hiUitluhia, Sntemher, 1H61. (
I harq oxtminud the esuenco ofCorfee manufaetnr
nd hy Hummitl, Bohlor A co., and rind that it con
stituents ant nut in the least injurious to health, tt
may bo ud free' J and with .erfif aaiety.
Pro. of Chemistry applied to Arts, r'rank in Institute.
No. 73 chambers sirett, New York, Aug i lhCl.
I have examined an artie'e prepared by Messrs.
(Itimmel Unh'er and co , Philadelphia, called Esaenee
ofcolfoe, which is intended to beued with coffee,
for tho purpose of improving il, I find it free not onl y
Irom any thing Injurious to health, but, on the con
trary, the ingtadients of which it is composed are per
fectly wholesome. J. R. CHILTON, M. I). Chemist,
Forsalo by O. KAUk'k'.MAN & co., Agents, ,
and other Druggists and Grocers generally
k Lancaster, Ohio, August 3, 1H63 , ,
GREAT KJulVOLUTioN IN FRANCeT
1AM just nnw receiving and opening out largo
and well a-latted
Stock of Sprinur and Somraer Goad-,
which 1 am determined to sell at low as any other'
House in Ohio.
I.ADlfcS AND GUNTIiEMEN"
who wish to purchase will find the following article,
Drctt Silks, fancy and plain; Silks do.; Fancy Lawns,
Silk Bareges, Fancy iJclanes. Calicoes, Ginghtms,.
White and fancy Kohet.embr'd; Parasols tnd Fans,
all kinds; Whitedainaskcrapethawlt
Worked Cull's, Sleeves and collars; Bonnet Ribbonr.-
j Dresa buttons, of all oris'; sillt and linen krtdet; i
k ranch tnd lancy flowers; dress trimmings;
New Ntylo lionueis
Edgings and lace; black ti k lace; now try Ubloomerr
oninbs: superior Polkt; Mtraeillea Vesting;
Clbtha tnd cassimeres, Stttinets, Jeant and tweedti,
Muslint Irom i to I i yard wido, hooting;
Bleached muslins, cotton yarns, tickings, bagglng;-
Legbtiru mul I'nlra Loni llatf, new stylet)
Battint and Queenswarn. a very large stor-h-of,
IUIOTS ANW BllOJX; .
and prices to suit customers. . -.s
All those who will 'tvormo with a call belore tnar t .:
buy elsowhore, will ba itving money bv doing to. .
J a . 1 1 ft) 1 a f -Alt trtm V . . M aw
Lancaster, April 1 1 i savus ruju i. ,
Ir. . P, TtMtt4tn Kilntcl of
THE remarkable sanative powers of Dr. Sl'P,
Tottmsend's Rarsaparilla, have induced numer
ous attempts to counterfeit it, and make fraudulent
use of r. TowKaitMn't iuii to aecura the Bale of
Theao counterfeit! tnd Imitations only rnovc tha
vai.uk of tho omaiHAi4 and nn atioHin comfii-'
MtiMTXOuld ba ptid to Dr. S. P. Towniend't Extract
of Strtaparllit, than laboriout efforta that have been 1 ,
made bv man v to t-et un tomethins like it.
A aupply of the Genuine Article, kept constantly '
on hand by . KAUFFMAN t CO. t
Lancaster, August 4, 1850 ; ; ,
A . Few Boxes
luatreceived 'at the tKy-exty Drrj:
u-. - KDWARDL. SLWXtMm.
. aim a.