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Lancaster a jtttt.
CITY OF LANCASTER:
I Uaiastay itHoi BiHfTi Awe. 18,1158
rrots f,odTlaii Jjljt-l
The JHorruu Ditee.
At the TIkw Polica Conrt. Hannah
Brown, an aldeilj womrni, dwelling at No
4 Stanfbfl terrace, D.ronport street.
Commercial roJ. appeared to answer a
n in mors whinh chare i hr with auK
ting S J beating &:. Eiisibeth Wat
eon. -. i:.
Mr. Chailu Yoanfj. solicitor who ap
peared for ths complainant, aiJ tliat Mra.
Walton had bean a Mormooit for three
years, and was for tomi time oonoiJertd
one of tfca most DromUirif of the "Latter
Dar Sainta," hot (n oonwqaenoa f haeinii 1 Hudson by Ma fam
. i .T"" '.I r.t.." .if-iV f.i... r .i n -a
aucoveren me Disgusting uttae vi iu -'
Mr, TatJlywRligioHl-Aw tUy ny
Mormons io jlije quarur?
vlIr.TouflT-Oh, jra.' nrJ, thm ere
eon halt H.'sortpUe-es calkd chappies of
the present I mn Litr day S Inis sin'
Bert thf'y'oaght'M be aMed, Sirj-whete
thcsa popU meat to.inniao their prn
iAnnt rinninnee.-iiriorii tha lai.oranv Urn
' husband of tha defendant had r aen a Mrir
nton. bn cave it op. The defendant bad
btu i.-alons of Mra. Watson, r star-.
.am! finite her ulUnz to Mr." Brown ' at
laded her with great fury, scratched hx
face and heat htr 4 ' ":'
' 'lit.' Yrdlv wVed U complainant
if sho lived witl, tie defendant's ' lus
'band? " " ';' '' " - M-.' ' " '''
' Mis' Watson rplif in the n-gt1re,
nd si I. I .was a It'll tnooite) three Tears,
'lira. Brown n Mormonite. Her hush and
was or leraJ by the lda to Wiillt with me
ti ins'.rjct me io tne prnioipie8oi Mormon
Hc, and lo roh my huthaad to go tj TJta .
for the rod of tha church.
Mr. Ynrdoly I thought all the tior
iimons had cone loU'a'i?
11 r Yount No air; they ' trouble
In Utah, and Governor Cumminij en! the
United States army have ' nkm po'Srfston
of the ph:e. There 8replnty of Mormons
Mrs. Vntunn Wtll I w cutoff fiom
ti e church Ix'onns i I ould cot rpb my
." liustximl And leftvo him, and the defeni!an't
" l.usl arid wis cut oflf from the chinch bo-
fftits he whs net suocpfut in tjcl.in me
1 hoir lo rob my luis'and, and oouM not
i iilu- o iuo I) h.svo. my husand and go to
' Utah to miirty one of the mormon elders
, there. . , '.
llr- Yonng Those are th" principles of
. . JJrs. Waieon Yi, sir; I ws tsuclit
!, that to rob my husband, to lonve him ' and
commit ndultery was to nhn-lfy the oliurcli.
. Mr.Yonn The Mormon church you
. "mtsn? 1 ' "
" Mrs. Wit-eon Yee, Mr. Well sir", I
" " found out the bflFoness of the Mormon doc
' triiics, nnil'I would not leuve my husband
' or fob him, and the defendsnt has Iteon
, persftfuiing me ever sinuc. Lmt Saturday
". Dveninjf 1 was fpcnkinjf to Mrs. Brown
tnubaui) he first nccostod me, wheu Mrs.
, Brown ' came op and cslied me a great
. manv infimous nutjies, struck me with hor
' ' tist. an t scralchfd my face. She tlnentori
to kill mf, and I had much trouble in get
' ' In ont of hr way.
Mr.Yardly--Dld you voUntarlly leave
, Mi. Watsoii-l did, eir; the- cl lors of
" the uhuroh wsnted me to go into their sp
. , artmcn's and bo Iniiiiuo 1 into the mysiu
t ici of Mormonisuii hut I woulit not, and
! Imve bcon prseeuted ever since by Mis.
,: Brown an i her fiicmls. ' 1
The (lofondirit id ' tnat Mrs Watson
C! did not volontarily Itavo Urn ohuroh of the
Litur Diy Saints (a lHUih); but was pub
lioly ezpdlled and cut off, and -had ever
"t ' tinea bsen In the habit of mewtirg her
' (Mrs. Bi-own')hujhandnd walking about
with l ira.
' Mr. YArdlyIs not that according to
The Defendant No, ir. It is not. Mrs
Watson w rut off from the t huroh, an J
( roy Impend wag puMioly cutoff Irom the
' church, nod they liuve been in the babit
of mealing each other.
' Mr, Yaicll.'y lit that any reason you
' should ecratcb the eomplainant'e fact?
Mrs. Brown--I switched I er, the busty'.
(She shtok hands with my hunt and aud
' kiapd him. 1 -
, ;' Mr. Yardlef Is thai conlrarr to Mor-
" monistn?' ' "
' ' The Defendant It Iish nothing to do
v; wi;h Mm manlvtn;
' ' Mr. Yar lley Then I am muoh mUinf
4 jfornifd on the m'-jucl.
' Dufen 1nnt--Yes, you ore, sir.'
'i ' (lorn p. The mceiiusr waa ao'iidoittal. I
kissed In r husband, indeed! -the wreoh
;whowanted me to rob my husband, and
(jo into th apartments of the ciders? Not
' 1 I, indeed.
Mr. Y. I would roonmmend you to re
Cmmonne Monninitni, If you wish to keep
. yonr hushnnd to youratlf.
Defend. It Las noihiog lo do with Mor
Mr. Y. I hava nothing to do with
. Mormonlm. Wiih respetl to lhorli
:.; , ty of it, I say nothing.
-De'end. I have a Urge family of nine
children, and had 12, and I wont let my
' ' hutbtnd g' with her. '
, Goran I don't want the old man,
, i - .', Mr. Y. Well, Mrs. Brown, it does sp-
. . ; near ho was xcesivly f,imilliar with
,.'.. i, your husband on Saturday Usl; but that is
, no reason you should (cratch hor faoe, but
- good reakno for scratuhin his face.
-: Comp. I axsuro you, sir, mnny women
bave been induced to rob their husbaode,
;'t' ind leave thrm and go into the apartments
, , , oi the eiuera, mere to lose all that if dear
. . . to virtuous women, by the Mormons. I
am sorry that I bad anything to do with
-, , Mr. 1 I don't reonguije Mormontsin,
. . and I mutt not have a hrearh of the paoe
, , eommiited. , Mrs. Watson had better
, ; ootshake hands with Mr. Brown, if ehe
meets him auxin. , As there was inmo air
i .. cvavanon, i sunn one airs, mown one
w ahilliiijr only, butM shi. molests Mrs. Wat
.tI . ssn agtin, I shall biud her over in btavy
i'l't sureties to keep the pence. ,
TI1S ATLANTIC CABLE.
Nrw York, August 6. Mr. Peter
Cooper, PresHleiit of the Atlaniis Tele-
Igrsph Company, on Thnrsdty telegraphed
to IJ r. Field; swtiog that be was very am
ious to know if the Agamemnon bad lai I
her end of the cade. Mr. Field replied
iTwt the Csible had been auce'ssfally laid,
nd aina's were rasain uninterruptedly
ihrpugtioiit in entire lngth. Mr. CoopOr
siates that'll was arr.mr-ed that no ,-m.
sees' ould be transmiiicd eiher wais, uuyl
ihe Q'loen's ereettnu had been sent to Mr
Buot aiian,' We must, therefore, wait 'for
tho receipt of that message; before we can
know soythtng deunit atMtiit the taooess
oflhe enterprise. Mr.'tJoorer hlaiselt has
no doubt of the fact that the Cable baa been
successfully l'id to both ooasts, at tele
raplied to Mr, itell. lhQ following
ispa'oh haa been reeived from Captain
TaisiTT Bat, Auz B.-fiid has been
lib us. The ' Telegraph ' Cable is A I
without eneidetf and to lliin -1 all .iht
Glory, "We are all well. Yocrs ftffeo
tionsttly, . (eitrned.)
'WM. L,. IIUUJ-U.'
Tm."itT Sir,' Aui. 7 The mdsfcom'
pV'e success ha attended the laying of ihe
Atlantic irWraph Cit'dp. and t e tele-
trHpUi.i sinnli aie I'piii? transmitted thro'
ihe entr ljn jih. it is unlikely the . line
-will e opened for some days, delay being
eeeeslary. to give the operator .lime: (or
expenmnu s. JJte notioe ot tbe opening
oi tue Lusioess win r given.
laimr Bat, Auii 7. -Sinee onr irti
tn here, on the morning of the Oth ' mat
I have been constantly receiving leWrapl
messages askini; for particulars in regard
to the laying of the" AUactia Cable, to
which it is impotiMe for me to replyas
every mrmnt ot my time will be fully oo
cupi-1 while I rmain hare, and I hive
l anded t M1. M"Kay, the Snporintndent
of the New York and Newfoundland and
London Telegraph Companies' lines, my
daily journal, and have given him full per-
muMon to send from the same any extracts
that he mirfht think of Interest to the pub-
hn, eupqi'i Uy tl.oe pcrs ins who will re
ply to the communications that I have le
ceivefl. Yours, 5tn..
(Signad.) . 'CYRUS W. FIELD.'
Trimtt BaT. Aui 7, P. M. The At
lantic Telegraph Cable was successfully
landed here yeatnrdnj' morning and is in
perfect order. The Agamemnon has land
ed her end of the Cahle, and we are now
receiving signals from tl e Teleuraph House
at Vhleoii Bay, -Ireland. The United
8(sts s'esmer Niagara snd Her Britcpiu
Majesty s ittearners (iorgon antl Puicupine
will leave lor Hi. John s, ri. r., to-mor
'Due notice will he givin when the line
will be open for puhlin hnines.
. (Signed,) 'CYRU3 W. FIELD.'
Address to Cyrns W. Field.
Si. Jouks, N.F., Aug. iO. The follow
log is a copy of the address presented to
Mr. fiehl, who arrived here yesterday iu
To Craca W. Field, Esq., General
Mamaoer or mi Atlantic Telegraph
Co : -We the Exet utive Council of New
fuundland, have reat and sinoore pleasure
in olfering you oui ronL'i'atulations on the
success of the grand projelt of laying tho
Atlantic lolegi'pn Uaule. ' luimat'ly ao
qumnied, as we liuve been, 1 with the en
terpnie which has distinguished you irom
the ooiiimeneem-nt of the great work of
telegraphic connection between Ihe Old
and New WoiLI, and feeling, that under
Providedue, this triumph is mainly due to
your well directed and indomitable exr-
lions, we desue to express to you our high
appreciation of your services to the csuio
ol the woil.la progress, nnd our sympathy
In thoiio feelinus uisepaiable Irom the pres
ent profound result. We recognize in this
achiuvement (he oreatton of now bonds of
comnuroial and social union between the
pe.pl of the two great nations thus rmr
velously conneoted, and we nre gratified
to lemeinbar the nid tontrilmted toward
this most impoi tnnt o'j' Ct by the colony
of Newfoundland, mid the privilges con
fered upon the Company your represent.
We sincerely truat tho 'est expectations of
the reKulU of the enfcrpr'ze to nil the in
terents aiNociated with it may be abundant
ly ful filled , and that ycu, kir, iudividntlly,
may leap from it an ample recompense f,r
your ninny labors anil HtcriCces, from its
eoiineptiou to tho present hour. On be
half ol tho Executive (Jounul of .Newfound
land. Signed. "
LAURENCK O'BRIEN. Tres't.
To this addresa Mr. Fuild will make a
auitahlo reply. Mr. Field and the officers
of the Niatian p irtojlt of a dinner given
by the Governor, iintl a crnnd hall at the
Colonial BuiMini'3 cudud the fUbUvities of
For the LaaeuUr Csseu.
Duties of Citizens.
The elective franchise, is a eacWd
spoosibility, held by. every free ina!ycU-J,hugn the t21of
ilea of republican goTerameritA tfis lder of ResTe Lewis
duty to oast his rota, whenever elections
are held for officers of government, is
bindincr. and one which be cannot n?1ect
innocently.' But to vote understtndingly.
pd wisely in all eaees, uubitsed by party'
dictation, is." as politics run -coir, pot so
easy to accomplish alfta speakof. I And
e evert elector is .bound byihis allegi
ance to bis country. t6 "rjit, his. bullol for
the man best qualified fo the duties or the
station to whicj? he is to be called; and
ho be believesT'fiom tlie best means be
has of knowing, will be honest and faith
ful, in the duties assigned Km. .-This is
the duty of evry voter; and he cannot
vote any other way," and ' acquit hirassl'
hones'lr. of his obligations as a cins-n
free government. And 'we rcut be per
milted to sy, thahe who allows h.s i-
claion in exTi-ising this sacred trust, to be
lufloenced in the slightest rarticular, 'by
prospective personal advantage, either, to
himself of frieuds, other than the , public
good; i unworthy of the high trust; and
is justly cliargeable, with the crime' of po'
litical pnrgery. . ' ";' " J
It is no par( of our present intantion to
dwell upon the various' methods of .bring
ing candidates before the people, by po-
lutcal orjantntioni. For we know t.o
well, that political wire-pullers, , demsgo
nuts, who are seeking their own promo
tic n, and that of their fiiends, cannot bi
reaajned with, spoils of oflhe, being their
sole aim. And every species of cunningly
devised schemos, whu-h. can be concoeted,
and put into successful praolice, to secure
the triumph of psriy, will be resorted to.
Former experience.-fully justiDes us in this
re-mark. The most reprehensible and cor
rupting praotieo, in nuking up a tiekel for
the suffrage of a parly, is, the selection.
exclusively, of available men: often without
the slightest regard to thair cornp-itenoy,
or boncjty. If the claims of ooy named
man, were ' pressed before a Dominating
convention, purely, upon the grounds ' of
his competency, honesty and faithfulness.
They would be, but minor consiJerat'ons.
The enquiry would be, is he popular? will
ho work for the interests of the party? will
he, so far as bis prerogative serves him,
favoi hit political friends, to the exilution
of all others, without any thought, as to
merit, ct any kind of worth. If the con
vention shall be satUfied, that ho possesses
tha above .highly commendable qualities,
he is pot upon the tii kei; with loud nccla
nations of hie patriotism, and all other
qualities, requisite for the very man for
the propU t and forthwith, the psrty re
rpond all .light. Unfortunately not often
kVAn Englishman entreged In trade
" io New Orleans had been a rssted at Qe-
neyw, when ou a European tour with his
y wi,e. xt as, aiiegud that , several years
, nines he absconded from his creditoas in
':' Liverpool, - and commenced buVness in
a; Lousiaus, refuting all rqjst for settle
&,,tnenf, , lie lately went to Southamptou
. . and lUrre, but being trs'iked by a detee-
' :ve offl.-er, and oauhf, be , refunded; as
. etcd,' several thousand pounds, and was
ct at liberty, '
The Nt. I.nuls Kloctiou.
Greatly lo the dicappiiiilmttnl of a Urge
poition of tho cilia. Mia of the Northern
States, the Emancipation candidato in the
St. Louis Dia rid hus Icon defeated. Wo
do not, for our part, liclieve that such
wi nl I have been the result had a different
policy been pursued in the election of a
ctimlidnte. It oertuiuly was a bold step, in
the present oonditio's of atl'iira, to atte pt
ihe leolioa of a candidate upon strictly Re
publican issuer, and that loo in a slavo State
when a different, policy might have secu
red (he si rue end, without the possibility
of a failure.. As the matter ' now aland,
a Democratic Congressman in elected,
and that too by a uiuoiity poll of 4,693
- As it was exported the whole cause of
(his lailure is ntrihuted to the American
party, who put forth M". Bhbokknriooe
as their candidate. But those wlio are thus
willing to denounce that oivar.iiation, the
mnjoruy of which cast their votes lor htm,
should rember that the peculiar course
pursued by the Blair party fori ads any
afUlia'ion cm the part of olheis opposed to
the Adiiiitiistrat'.on, by miking their issue
on the slavery question, ami that only. In
thus refusing the aid that might have been
extended lo the ticket, it is needless to say
that we are Actuated b a demre to concili
ate that portion of the fore inn . vote lo the
District that would perhaps have been driv
en Irom it by the knowledge that it would
be supported by members of the Aroenoan
party.. . .. : ; ;
-We have no dtsire to rejoice at this tri
umph of the administration, but we think
the lesson an opportune one, aud one that
may be studied to great advantage. , It re
mains (o be seen whether it shall bs regar
ded in Its proper light by thoie who, if
they hereafter regret, it, may eXpsal that
one defeat shall be followed,, by anather.
stopping (o lefl.'cl. that these tickets, so
made up, are the work of political gam
biers. ' " ' '..,
Fellow citizens..' this is a prostitution o
your eleotiva franchise, which is an inner
itanue, purahased for you by the Hood
your forefathers, i But what is the - reme
dy? ' That, is much easier (fated: than
brought into practice. ', The first thing to
he done, should be, lo deolnio every man
diFqualiGud for ofHoo, who tolicits ', it, or
uses his personal influence, or that of his
fiirnde to ohtatn it. And it would no
doubt, be a very wholesome rule, to let the
compensation of publio offices be, well
done thou good ana Imtiiltl servant; or
the gratitude, snd Approbation of his von
stilutMits, measured by the amount of pub
lio good bo may have done.
Electors, ate in duty bound, to acquire
a competent knowledge, of the fitnen of
those for whom they cst their votes, but
the selections of nominating conventions
are by no means, always tobs relied upon.
Aud the opinions of political editors, much
ees so; with a few honorable exceptions,
Voter, whoever you are, vote for ho man,
unless in your conscie nce you believe him
the best man, every way, without regard
to your patty. ! : HOMO
FROM FORT KEARNEY.
St Louis, Auorust 6. A skirmish look
plaoe about the SO h July, in the inline
ninta vicinity or l'oi t Kearney, between n
small war party of Cheyennea, Ariapahoes
and the l'awnes. ' The nstnuanU succeed
ed in surprieing a party of Pawnees, killing
three (among whom was a duel ) and car
rying ol) a largo bnd of horses. A oon
siderahle force nf Pawnees afterwards pur
sued the Cheyennea, recaptured their ani
mals, and wounded several of their adveM
There were over 1000 Pawnees assem
bled near the Post for peacef. 1 purposes.
General iitrney proceeds toot Louis to
morrow, to tka command oi - tne Depart-
n eat of the West. Major Dull, Japl.
Pleasanton, Surgeon Wight and Father
Deamell,' returned to head quarters. . Ma
jor Barrit' battery arrived this morning.
WAsatiretoi. in t. u;isrie,orrei.
aBdtryjiorsanJwsa sentenced, t)-dey to -be
October. lor tbe mur-
Two thousand troorjs. equipped with the
most efTec live arms known to the army.
willsjon he in the territories of Washing-
Ion arid Or'on. and male a vigorous fall
and winter campaign against the hostile
Indiana. ' Gen. Harney will command tbe
.f,-. .. '
Tin receipts into the Treasury for the
quarter ending the 31th of Juno 'is over
823.000.000. inrludina 3a8o,wu uom i)i
Cuatom and 812,629.000 from the aahspf
Treasury notes. The expendrur s dui jng
the same quarter, were 822.73'J.0X)0. .in;
c Udtoa Oeanv S4.OOU.UUU lir uurrev va
ihe publio debt, and tbe payment ol ireas
nrv notes. ' - 1 -
It has been ascertained from an entirely
irKabla aourfte that' one of the dull. S Jot
Mr. Nugnt (the spotiial Ojmmi tioner-4o
New C iledonia. who l..ft New Y-ik in the
California steamer yesterday. Is to bake
surh representations to Gov.-Doortlas as
will Indues him to ' mittgtta the rigors of
the policy of the Hudson's Bay Company,
and (he servants of. the Brinsh Govern-
mnt towards minors'and traders from the
United States. IU is' also instructed to
counsel the latter on the duty or obeying
the laws of the country if.they expect w be
Droiecien in ineir ousinesa i ui-un. ,
- 1 i 'ma Hi.. CI .
, WABHRiOI0, AUgliai IU. i"0 cerro-
tary of the Treasury has awarded 9i.
000.000 to Itobins 4 Son, though tney ny
Telegraphy wished to. reduce tueir propo
sals to one million,'
"The Secretary acted on the pncclple that
nothing but sealed proposals to he first o
pened by him could be considered. O-e
of the. bidders of the premium of, five per
centum telegraphed o(Tiiiig five and a half
for twenty thousand, but the Se'Teiary
woul I not corsiderthe telegraphic dispatch
and made the award at five. ' , ' ' ' ." '
This loan at one hundred and eight pays
'.he same rate of interest as the Government
six per uentura loan aiono nunorej enu
fourteen and a half. In addition to what
was stated yesterday, nil the bids shove
lour twelve one hundredths' are successful,
and all at this rate obtain a portion of tbe
amount for aggregate bide,
Over thirty -eight millions of stock here
to-day at 106. I he b-creiarv of the navy
left this morning for Connecticut and, will
bit absent about three weeks.
B-fore be returns he will inspect the Na;
vy iaras. titiiei uieik Weii-n is acting
Secretary. From present indications it is
bupposd that the Paraguy exedtlion will
start by tbe first ol October. ' '
yThe Democracy of-Ohio have, for
soaie time, been anxious regarding the con-.
stllUlionality, legality, prao loabiliiy, policy,
etc, of an elec tion of un United Stale Sen
ator for tho temi succeeding that of the
Hon. Gkobob h I voa, ly the present Le
gislature.' A number of members of the
Legislature, under date 01 Uolumbus, 1 hurs
day, July 29th, 1858 Bajjley, Collins and
Salfin ol Hamilton, Hughes of Highlaud,
Wilson of Marion Cowan of .Ashland, J -n-
ner of Riuhland, Ma'shall of Allen, Edson
of Van Wert, aud Hughes of But lor ad
dressed a letter to the Jlon. George E
I ugh, inquiring bis opinion of the maitor.
He promptly replied, siring that in his
opinion the present Legislature cannot
MAKI ANT VALID KLKCT10M Of A MtNATOB IU
CON0RE8S, EXOBPT TO FILL BOMB VACAttCT,
0CCA8I0KFD BT OKATH. BBSIOMATIOK Ott XX
PULsios." . He proceeds to give the facts,
tbe law and philosophy of the c se, cleaily
and ooncpioilv, concluding with the r
mark Hint "the 1 consequences may take
caie ol themselves. A lie candor anu
manliness herein displayed by Mr. P ugh,
will be heartily commended oy tho great
mass of those whose approbation he would
i'f less n paitiiin, be mors ambtuoua to
hnve. The Enquirer, in publishing this
correspondence, devotes to il three lines of
dditoiuil. . Its constipation ol adjuctives iu
mentioning Mr. Pugb compels observation
A. negro woman belonging lo LudaJ A Exxcvnoir. On Saturday last the
n..,i... i;: , :t , ..,il,.ot 1 tvnes o., DeiODcmcr io u euurniu oiuoe
"... 1 k tU- ril. M.r.l.kl .1 lli.
of Panola, Miss., was struck by gn" sult ofMiller 4 HiDe, for, dab incurred
last, ireek. while standing near a tree under for p,per, xhe paper was used in prin-
wbiph She bad taken shelter during a storm ting tbe Journal, ana our resaers Dave
The lightning struck ths tree and passed
down her body, opening all the stems of
her dress, an I twisting the skin of her bo
dy once oi twice around bor. She died
in a few hours. ,-
reaped the benefit of the expenditure. We
trut therefore that mose mneoiea io as
will make paymentwithoul further solicita
tion, so that we may go on with our buti-
net. We hope that these Who owe ul
ill remit the imauut Out without, deist
VA. M.Gngwer. Coldrabus Ohici. We
trusi our friends, will seethf n,rcesBity tie
I" ( not sooner Ohio 8lae Joernsi.
1 en. by I T. NLr,l,l llial ll.o nnrn" !
4 11 nuuiii wqw -- - & "
I n ....li.iAf ntAmnl BatlfttS siitn ' ian1 lis th A
, I LANoa.Hiherwiih vrrinu orCh. hm n amonntNof their indebtedness immedisUly
n Ai.nAM .1 .... ..ITI uct nr mtf PTt M I.. X1. Ait nl.'l. t u t
BER.aud will net at thtttr Actnt In lVllnff or ttuv
Inc. I-mlUalso, hoy allOi Land Wrrms 1 can, by
inKiumajL ha uiu..imiinmnriariiaur
Wirraiii. t h.te no ,n hud .ome aptenrtld .leoe. to fte w0Un(J np 0n the "tugged issue."
Of LudlH)rj Wniarg Bui, for lc at low flfiirm. u """" r "
me, mrnar f t Main and Columixia bireev sign,
tiia.v.iiis oeeioe, Lanea ter. unio.
T. W. TALLMADGB.
Lancaater, Anirual 19, IPS' S IS
Tmin Herald, rirelernie: Sentinel. Loran: Am
brAtyne. Flew Lrxinton; Keylew. SnmAraet; Courier,
Eaiieyinna umotnni6mtin.ci"iTiiu.wiii piaaae
cor7 a1 009 iDteraou, ana cnantn uiia omca.
j.i i J nil i I. i it i im at'-WleMl
On tha 6th iost., by tbe Rtv. J. Br
Sackel, Robkbt T, Maulbb and MabtBA
A. Lowbt both of Fairfield Co.
On the fithinst.. by the Rev. P.O.Ben-
adum, Mr. Gbobob W. Macblib and Mirt
Sabab J a ki Shakrob, sll of Pleasant town'
ship, Fairfield County.
GKOYEK A BAUER'S
FAMILY SEWINC MACHIIsES',
i n f VnAktlfkV XT 17111 . ' n n . . '
o putianAi, notT luutL
TTPThaie Slaehlnes are nowjuilly admitted to be"
Ihebaatln Sto for Family Sowlnc, mnkliig a oawc
atroiir. and laaile atleb. which will NOT rip, area f
every rmrtHallob be cut. Cireularatent oa appllcaW
Ova iu taller.
j , - T. W. TALLMADGB, Agent.
July 15,183S 3m II Lancaater, Obi.-
Quaker City Insurance Company
i , . i sue wtiiiTiiiuT, ruauniriu.
CTATEMtNT orihe Imilneii and condition of the
jT5lWAK.HK CITY INSURANCE COMPANY, of
fhllndelphla. rnr tlx mnnthi ecdlnc June 3. iah: -
Capital and Rurplui January, I, IPSS 9317fi' 87
lnteraAt recalled and accrued froin Janu -
i ary lat to J-uly l,t...... e.swi ej
Prainluma rccetTed from do do do.. 113.074 57
Salvage acd Be-Iuauranc do do. do.. 477 34
u r, lAJAris, BA,rsnGH.e. j
To Lotaea paid 3 1,4S1 4 . ',
plvidanila. Ke-Inanrancea. Re-
turn framUins si Botpansaa. . WS4 44 - .
Batanse pomalolng wlia lb- Co. July lat, 130461 38
Benda. Martrai-ea.Rtoekt, Counan Bonds.
Lonua on Tollataral 4i Call Loans, dtc S1W.753 SO
Bllla Rncalrable 90.011 79
uaanon nana ana in uaui,aau cue rrira
DBS. BOQRSTLEK V ItlUELUW
I'R Hartnerablp la tbla day dlwoWail by muluul
eauaent. Our Bookaaiwl be eloaed, by oaab er
notas. during the month, an accouoia cmana
than, will be in Ihehanda of a collector. Thow who
intend closing up, can call on eltuer o' V. eurinf
H. B. VI will continue the fracllce of Medlrlnc
at our reapeeUrc oSlaca. - - . -
SX2cacLfl3iIl EST OD 00.38 :&
nn, BIGELSWil OFFICE la at bis 01.0
r.iM.i. whaallna- rtlrset. near Columbu,
siraov,waere be will attend wall the calls of nlspro
feeston.' Lancaster, Augusts, 1C58 14if '
Capital Stock .
- Attest, '
Ferdinand Getz. Under taker,
WOULDreapeciftilly tuform the cillsanaer Lan
coeiei and FulrAald County, that be has pur-
cnuaea tne ii&Ha ana ri&iune.a oi-mr. naumvt
Berr.audts nn prepared to rwrnlsnf ft J
i ui rinn ufaiiai.iAa ana auaiiuea. m '-ja.'T t
rfdsaaaaa ric, ana will attena runtBAi.- wia
Hhib iaCltr and Country. My Shoo aud residanoe
laon tha Nonhand f Columbua Slroet. 1 would re-
, " spoclfully solicit a share ofpnbllepatronaae. "
M.D18 08 ,e .FKHDINAND GKTZ.
" 11 I T. T..1 O 1 QIQ Imin
OTLEIBEN BORTZBR of the Town of Kniburg
H.R. COGG-bHALL, Secretary. -
GEORGE U. BART. President.
E. P. ROSS, Vice-President.
H. R. COGG8HAI.L, Kecietaryand Treasurer.
8. U. KUTLER, Aasistant Suoretary.
Gonrra II. Rart. E. P. Hon. A. C. Cattail. Hon. H. r v.i.h..i.i si-,nf Ohln. cliarirlnz the aald Got
M. I'uller, Joaeph Edwards, John G. Dale, Prater A. lelben Boruer with willful absence for more tban
eoruine.vuaries u. imiay. snort , cnamoera, J. tbroe yeart last past, and asXlug tnat na may oa u
1 1 w tn tha r.n,.ni, nf Mniiltmin ii. Klnsrdom of Wor
lumburg. Germany, is hereby nolifled wat . Jonn
i s ianMva Hnei aas a in nn inn. si rsia u m w ua juni aa ua
I . .... s .L - rtl.. .rika iliaV nt tit
I .Ban, oi uu pennon in mo uww w v,,t" v
Cnnrtof Commnn Pleai. wlibin nnd for tht Coiinty
L. Hoaieroy. U K, Cortcball, 8aintiol Jonoa, M. D
August 12.1656 15tf eUucaftlur, Ohio.
Court of Common PI Fnirfleld Co. O
I'ETITIOtf TO roRECLOBK MORTGAGE.
Elo&nor Griffith e. Samuel Hoelo, A tlminlftirttor of
Ann Griffl.h, doceaetl, wuuam LjlU aud Andrew
rflHEpetUlnn oU forlh that nn the 94th day of Feb
I rnarv. 18-15. the ulil Ann Grlfflih. then in full life
executed and d.iltveied to the Platniitr, her cortttln
inortfeago deed, of tUt data, upon the followhtR
nreii.UeJa situate tn anld County of PalrfleU, tn-witt
briinga part ,f the Southwest Quarter lectio n Ko
Th.rly-flve,(M) fi.wnth.p No Thirteen, (13) and Knnge
No Twenty, (ii) oflhe land sold at Chillicothe, Ohio.
and boimdetl afollowa: BefflnntiiBf at the Southeast
comer ol aula Qiurter hectlon: thence V st seveu
teen chains and ten links to a post: thence North thir
ty -sore n chains mid thirty-four links to a post; thence
Kast seventeen rbuhis and ten links to a bot, at the
Northeast cornor of said Quarter Section; thence Konth
thirty-seven chains and thtrty-four links, to tbe place
of hptflunlnar. containlnfl; G3 acres, more or less;
which said mortaraire was si ven to secure the payment
of a certain nromivorv note. xcuted by the said Ann
u rim in to saia rtamiiiT, oaien on ine sain v-tin renru
ary, 1M5, payable or the 1st day of Kepteinber, 1845.
lor ine sum oi 91.1.47, witu interest iron) tne uaie
thereof. Ihe petition charges that said note to mains
paiu- aim nrars mat luairmeni inereon ue
rendered oicuinct the said Sainue. Uoele. as Ad minis'
tratnr as aforenaid. the amount of nrlncinal and Inter
eat due on said note; and that ttnlves he shall, at a
short day. to he fixed by said Court, pay off or dis
charge said Jndffment. that mid lads and tenemeiita be
appraised and sold forthe satisfaction of said ludjj
men 1 inesaia aorennanis. wiiuam lAtie nna ad
drew Ly tie, who are non-realdeiita of the State of
Ohio, and whoso plnce of roatdence la unknowu to
said nlalntilT, are hereby notified and retinlred to ap
pear mine nexiuourioi tommnnrieai 111 ana onaiu
county, to he holdun in the city of Lancaster, Ohio,
In October, 1858. and plead, answer or demur to said
petition. 01 the same, as to them- will bo taken as
confessed, and decroo po atralnut them accordingly.
jurin u. KAiAvev.uierK, r.u.r.
P. Vn Tioh, Attorney.
August U, 1608 Jw 12,1148 75
vnrntkA rMmthssiii ftrttUl lion liortzer. hich Jre
tilion will stan 1 for hearing at the next term of auld
Court. Dated Ujlaflratdayofjtiiy, a. ujw.
Lancaster, July 9, 1B58-6wl0pf$3 50
rriNVRNIKKT STORE ROOM AND CELLAR
nn ih.. .r nrrnliiinlitis and Bro.il Slreelsjiear
Kail Koad, in Lancnulor, will be let on re sotmblu
u-rma. n pi'iy ai uiu . .n... fc w -
Lancaster, August 5, 1B5BHtr ',
Is formed with tnousande ofnorea In CTery Inch ot
anrface whoa ottce It la to carry off the inparltlee
the blood the acknowledged cause of all diseases of
luanKtuu wneu tne extn is ary ana parcnea wnen il
is covered with eiuplion when it Is cold and clam
my when there Is Inward ferer or InSamaiton It la
impossible for tbe skin under Ibaae aireumsiancea to
penorm lis proper functions anu to carry on tue impa
rities from tba body as designed by our Creator, ,
Morse's litdlun Hoot PHUrrmoyeUiaae obstructions
and produce tree aud healthy blood, remove the erup
tions from the skin, and cause it lo brighten wllh tbe
flush of youth and beauty. Beamy so much ad mi reel
and loyud. Beauty without palms and eoamelica
butbsanty produced by beallh and bappiBess. ..
August , trie-imu . v -., -.. .-, , t, , .
l-llS! FIT. I FITS! FITS1.
DX. BJtfCE'B rEOKTJIBLK KXTMCT -'
i i : . EPILEPTIC PILLS, .- ,
Ftrtki Curs FiU.Spatm, Crampt ea ef I ffrmm
SiURSONS who era laboring under this distressing
malady.wlllflnd Dr. Hand's VKGHTAB1.B BP1-,
PTIO I'lLLS to be the only remedy erer diacoyer-
ed for ourlug Epilepsy or Palfing Pits.
these fills poaaessa specino aciiou on ine nerroua
system; and, although lhe are prepared especlrlly
for the ourpuse or curing ritis. incy win ne louno oi
eapeoiai bennflt for all persona amictad with weak
nerves, or whose nervous system naa oeaa prostrates
or shalterod from any eauae whaleyer. In ehroulo
complaiuU.or diseases of long standing, suierlnduei
ed by neryousness, Ibey are exceedingly beueflcial.
Price (3 per box, or twwboxes for Si- Fersons out
of Ihe city, oncloslng a remittance will hare the Pills
sent mem through tue maal, iree oi postage, u r cot
saloliyFKril S. HANCE.No 1V8 Baltimore Street,
Hnlllmnre, Maryland, to whom orders from ail parts
of the Union must be addressed, post paid, ,
june ii , joao-riyf
Howard Association, Philadelphia.'
JiBintvoltnt IntituUontMtabIithtd hjptei9l aatfssy.
iaaior ss -t is of tktaitK aaa eisrrsasse, ajptcttm
with Piritltnt and Epidmic ditemttti
Tha Howard Association, ill view of the awful des
truction Of human llfo, caused by Sexual d1seaees,and
the decoptlona practiced upon the unlortui.atw yie
timsofsuab diseaaea by Quacks, several years ago
direcloil their ( omiilllng Surgeon, as a Charitable
Attworthvof their name, lo opens Dispensary for
the treatmfiit of this class of diseases, in ell their
ROOK AGENTS IN EVERY PART OF THE U
itad States, to sell by subscilptlon a great and
eilansive vsrlety of new aud rapid selling books, lie
Ma nnr tame list ofsntendld subscription books, we
Vflmllv nnnalil. anil inn thut l.ifl.m.nl tliHrann lie 1 milillkh and kaan constantly on Imni. a heavy assort-
trade gonarully, beside a good assortment of Statiou-
erv. wo are preparea to oner extra rnuecumonbaiu
cauvsssers anu poolers. Aourr... uuvi,ni, .inuii,
ugustS,1838 3mU i , . Columbus Ohio.
ICKFOKD dt PAVIS have purcli ised the Interest
:iOK In tholate Srm or bii arunu, un
n. Th hm nm oftho woollen riroir
will be conttnncd under the Arm of Blf.KPOKD i
DA V 18, at all business or tne late nrm win oosuuie
by them. JTJ-CASH paid forW (KM,.
Lancastor, July 8,1858 3wl0 . ..
tl I of H. RlC
I VIS & RICH.
MABIE &ClOSB Y.8
FREFCHI AMERICAN CIRCUS
ELECTION IN KANSAS.
St. Louis, Auusi 6 A, dispatoh from
Leavenwottli, of Ilia 31, per tha stermer
Ben Lvwis to Boonvillle, tlie 5tli, says:
- At 'hison i!Ountv Bives 337 maiuriiv a-
(rainst tlie propoi'ioi; otiiuliaii county
6(5 8 against it; Q iindara, 16 fur the pro
position ami 166 affainsl it. Tha whole
vote uf Eaton county is 101; tor the propo
ultioD 41. aoil against it 60. .
. .Oulawsre county Thn whols vote Is
.Ins ale) ha rt 1 .
loo; accppiea oa, rt'jcieu iuu. me rna
jority in Leavenworiii county, as lar as
heard iroro, is 1014 against me proposi
tion. Ths vol in Lawrenr-e was 4
cDtetl. and 718 rioted. Frauklin coun-
tTacceptea 9, reiectsa to. .
The roads were in very bad order, and
ths returns come in slowly. , .. .
A Dhull President. Ioalala numbor
of ih Alnany Journal, Thurlow Weed telle
us what a droll President we have cot, iu
the followini' concise words:
lie entered tbe While House with a
promise to (toe Kansas on his lips, and a
adhnrne tor nsliiviiig li in Ills pocktt. 11
duulitreu war auainst i irrulaiui'r notes, ami
in six weeks was issuing them himjelf.
Lscfuielhe ink was dry tirniuoJ tho treas
ury of its last dollar, lieiore the punters
were dona stereotyping his inflexible de
termination never to I orrow, 1 he was iu
Wall street solicilniing a loan!
lie congratulated tlie country on the final
end of sltvery agitation, and he has I'een
Rgitiiiing it ever sint'O. llo ordered Paul
din?; to stop the filibusters, and then recal
led linn lor doing it. Walker of JNiiiara
gua lie pronounced an outlaw, and tender
ed him the hospitalities ( of the Whit
Uoue, - -Walker of Kansas he furnished
with wr'tten instructions, andluiued him
out for olwjing hiua. .,
He wilheld the troops from Utah, where
he proclaimed there was war, in order lo
keep them in Kansas, whore ho insisted all
was peaoe. .. Me sells forts at lhewest for
a tithe of hoir 3ost, in order lo by sites iu
the cast at ten tiroes their value, his subor
dinates in both casts pocketing the differ
ence. He is continually asking for new
aleam frigates hut lie will not. use those
he has either on the eost of Atiiua or the
Gull of M-xici.. Ha sends out a steamer,
ausiousidly to catoh the Styx, but with pri
vate orders in ths Captain s desk lo do
nothing of Ihe sort. Claiming to be Ihe
most frugal of Presidents, ho has speni
mors than any of his predecessors.. As
sinning to the above party prejudices, he
mi-kes parlnirmslnp the basis even ol his
nvranons to dinner. ,
THE KQUESTHlAN CAMPAIGN
affer. of this glfleJ coiiihliiallon of
FRENCH ot AMBKU A tilAHn,
wish lo liunress these fsitsupon llio
nubile mind, via: that this Is the on
ly French and American Company
in tue union.
sale; of real estate,
, By Order of Probate Court. v
OH SATURDAY, Ihe 11th DAY or BErTEMBKII
A. I). IrtSB. between 'ho hours of 111 o'clock A. M
ami a o'clock P. M .. at the door of tbe Court Home
in n, (in nf Lancaster, will be sold to tho lilghoal
bidder, tbe following iteai estate, as tue pniue
Uanlal uoBrrtier.aecnaseo, tne unuiviouu uan ui iut
following described Traeu or iJina, aituute in rair
flalil C.nuntv. and fil.te of Ohio, to-wlt:
Jfirsl The West half of the Northeast Quarter of
Section Ho Fourteen, Township Ao 'thirteen ana
Range no Nineteen, coutuiuing neveiuj-six c ivv
artrna. a ii t nnoer Lanu. Annrnisea at ail nerncre.
Second Ths wesi baHortue Houtheast quarter oi
Se. tlon Ho Eleven, Towimuip no l nineen, at rtange
No Nineteen, coulatnlne Eighty Acres, with 38 acres
nrclearad laud. Anhriiised at tin ne r acre.
Tir, TheKoulheiuitUiitirtorof iheSoiitliwestftunr
terof Section No Eleven, Township No Thirteen and
Runso No Nliioteon, coululiiliig Forty ;k tun teres,
a-iih a Acres clcnrod land. Annralsed at S per acre
AViarta The Norlha:tat ttuurter of tha Southwell
Qieirlnr nf Set.llon No Eleven, in Township No Thlr-
teen, of Rnniie No Nineteen, containing Forty 37.IU0
Acres, wltlt IS acres of cleared land) one good two
story log bouse, a large stable, alio oiuer out-uuiiu
l,.iy .- Anralaed at Ala iieraore. and
Fiftk--A part or the Northeast quarter pt nectinn
No Fifleen. Township No Thirteen aud Range No
Nineteen, containing One 50-100 acres, more or less.
Appraised ot SUpar acre. '
Termi of SaltOwe third in hand nn the day of sale.
ono-ihtrd In one and two years, with interest on the
dofered payiucnls from Hie day or shio. .
tnA.lLUQ r. nnjnr-rsniiiviii mr
ol Uanlal Bosraller, decoased
August 5, 1858 iwl4pf6
forms, and to eive Medical Advice Gratis, to all who
apply by letter, wllh a description or thair sondllloD,
(age, occupation, babils of Hie, die.) aud In cases or
extreme poverty, to furnish Medicines free of charge.
It Is needless to add that the Association- commands
Ihehlghrst Medical skill of the age, nnd will furnish
in most approved modern treatment.
Tho Directors of the Association, in ttielr Anhnal Re- -
port upon the treatment of Hextial Diseases, for tbe
yoarend log January 1st, 1C58. express the highest sa
tisfaction with the success which has attended tbe la
bors of the Consulting Kurgeon In the cure of sperma
torrhoea, Setnliial Weakness, Impotence. Gonorrbosar
Gleet, Syphilis, the vice ofOnanietn or Self-abuse. Ac,
and order a continuance of tbe same plan for tbe ensu
The 1)1 rectors. on a review oflhe past. reel assnron
that thelrtaboratn this sphere of benevolent effort,
have been oTgront benefit tothe afflicted, eapeclnlly
lo the young, and they bave resolved todavole llirm
selvss with renewed real, to lUts Tory Important but
Men aiapisca csase. t
an ouiuirapie Kepnrt on npcrmatorrno?a,or oemin
Weakness.the vice Of Onanism, Masturbation of
Holf-abiise, and other diseases of the sexnal orgai s,
by the Consulting Purgeon.wlll be sent by snail (In a
aenled envelope,) FREE OF CHARGE, nn receipt of
w 1 1 r I a re lor postage uiuer Honoris ana l nets
nn the nature and treatment nf aertial diseases, diet,
die, are constantly being published for gratuitous dis
tribution, and will be sont tu Ihe afflicted. Some of
the new remedies and methods of treairaensdlscover
ed during the Inst year, are of great vnlua.
AunrosM.ror Keport or treatment, nr. tir-vifti n. n.
ALHOUN. Consulting Kurgeon. Howard Associa
tion, No South MnoStrool. Philadelphia, Pennayl
vauia. . JB) onlerufthe Dirotlors.
y.zh ii. hkak rwe.Li,. rresiuent.
GEORGE TMIHCHILD, Secrolary,
AprilSS, 1838 IjSI ' ' "' ' ' '
sty Goo. Siott, a gambler at Chicago,
adtniuistered to his siok wife a powder.and
she was immediately taken with all the Id
diua'lons of poison, and died. Ho laid her
out liimaolf anil liail Itvr huriail withili five
and that, tha party thus shown plainley to , houri at,r ier death, sold his effects, and
be in the miuority shall oontinns to rule. 1 WM uking the cars for Boston as the offloer
Cin. Times. I arrested him to await an examihstion.
niOXSSS-.HM MUTIIKKMI iriOlllEHM!
Don't fall to procure Mrs. 'Wlnslow'a Soothing Ky-
rup for Children Teething It has no equal on earth.
It greatly raciiuaies the process ol teeming, ey soi'en
iug the gums, roiluclng all luSaminailon w.ll slluy
all psln, and Is sure to regalale the bowels. Depend
upon it, lliotiiurs, it will give rest to yourselves, ano
relief and health to your lufunls. Perfectly sate In
all oases.' ..
I his valuable nrenaral on rathe nrescrlntlon of one
oflhe moat experienced and skillful female Physi
cians Id New England, and haa bean used wllh never-
railing success in millions or casee.
We believe it la the best nnd surest remedy In the
world. In all cases ot Dysentery and Diarrhoea In child-
an a wuetner it arises irom toeiniug or irom any
if life and health can be estimated by dollars and
tents. It Is worth Its weight In gold.
Millions of bottles are sold every year In tbe United
States. It Is an old and well-tried remedy.
Price only v cents a bottle.
TTNoua genuine unless the fae-timlle of CURTIS
ax PRHK1NK, New York. Is on the outside wrapper.
Sold by Druggists throughout tn world. and
0. SU'roRD, Lancaster, Ohio. ,
JunsIO, !M8-lf . '
STINCIICOMU &, CL.AIU1U,
ATOfl NEYS AT LArV,
a & w b a & tp a a , : o ia a &
- OFFlCBPoater'sBVock.' f " " ' '
3. W. ITIlfCncOMD. tt.dl. CLARKE
1 1 1 1 j iii in u
CnnSdnnt that they have encoeodf d
In (his rospecl. and usconltdoiit that
the public will admit it, the Mana
gers respecllully invito all to
II Ell), LEIllll.ll h COMPARE!
COLOSSAL MUSIC CAR
Will enter town on tho morning of
exhibition, nnd parade through the
principal ihnrniighnirua, drawn by
splendid sleods and containing the
NEW YORK BUGLE BAND.Iod by
tho YVitard Bugler, RICH. WILLIS
WILL EXHIBIT AT
AUGUST 13, 1858.
Admission. Box 50 cents. Pit 2J
cents Children io Re ttft cents.
Doors opened at 9 and 7 o'clock.
Performance half all hour later.
Two' dlsHluct performances alter-
noou nnd evening.
Amnnrthe mnnv snlondld aUrao
tinna ni tha Krniieh and American
corps of R I II E R S. V aUI.T E R 8,
J U MI,briB,rtVnDnif',ii -r'
as.. An. . u
3 Are ih followliiR: , ,.,
. a -ere vrfni-iT-ftTTa
MAD LL.il ViUULIMIA,
The Queen of FrtnoliEquostrlennes
M AD'LLE IDA,
The Falrle-Uke French Rldor aud
Mr. cha.sk ierwood
Tha a-raateat general performer In
The French Herulea, Magician and
The Matchless Somerset Rider .Leap
er and Vaultor.-
The French Acrobats
The greatest Boy Rlderln theWorld
The far famed A merleauTwe-Horse
MAST. JOHN ORTONi
The Juvenile Prodigy ol the Ring
TON El I 'AOIUK,,
Tha American Clown and Basso
IThls Company wilt also perfom at
Somerset, Tuesday, August, 17;
Logan, Thursday, August w,
Anguat,H,1858 lwl - - '. : '
A. II. C. BUOCKEN,
Glaaa Syrlngea, nomnopalhlo VIALS
1 Uraduateil Dli asurcs, . Nursing
: llottlee, F.tc. ..
rf-sI.ASS WARE for Cheinlsls, I rueRUts, Porfuin
J cjb. Photographers, etc. Green Glass Wnro by
the package. A liberal discount made to trade.
Orders from Country Druggists ana liouiors suiicueu
Price Lists sent on iippiicattou.
Augus'.e, l5o 311114 , . ' . -
welve years courso of study dovoledlo tho Cure
nlmntmrv rinnaiimnlion and llaktndred diseases, t
getber with my unrlvullud opportunities and ml van
. HAS REMOVE Ii "is
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
aaaaaM a f'ard from Dr. Jamea fl
J A RRETT. oflhe NEW YORK I.UNG1N
RM ARY My connection for the past eight years
Hi tie above Institution, as Chief Physician, and
DR. J. AVTBIiL' .
Phystclun for Dleeaaee of the Throats
Longs and Heart, Female Irregularities, aud all
- Uterine Trouble), Chronic Diseases, dee., &o.
MAY be consulted in LANCASTER, at the TALL'
MADGE HOUSE. AUGUST, loin and 17th, and
will visit thlseily monthly the same dalea.
Dr. W-iStt treats Lung and Chest Diseases by the ra
tional and pbllnsophlcul and eminently auccessful
tnnne itreaicateu tnoaiation aou uirocs sopicai treai-meut.Culheterisin.
and whose long precllcnl experience ana extensive
observation Iu the Hospital ol Now York and tn pri
vate pracll.e, together with initrucilonefrnm some of
the most eminent Professors or Medicine and Surgery
In this country and Euiope, gives him assurance that
he can render entire aatlsfttctien Mr all who may glvo
mm a call. - . -
Tbe great point tn the treatment of all human mala
dies. Is to gel at the disease In a direct manner. All
medicines smertimslcd by Ihelv action upon the or
gan requiring relief. Ihla Is the Important fact upnu
winch innniuiion anil uatiieiernrrn are osseo. ii ine
Stomach Is diseased we tuke medicines directly Into
tho stomach; If llio Lungs are diseased, brealheorin-
uuie meaicatea vapors nirecriy snio mom. ine rea
son why Consumption and Discuses of Ibe Chest have
heretofore roalstud all treatment, has been because
they have not been approached In a drferf manner.
'I pfersons anncted with Chest Diseases snou in not
dolay having proper remedies used ere H la too late.
This Is a fatal mistake and should be well considered.-
aT3TNo Charge for Consultilionljf
' Dr. Wise may be consulted through Box No. 20s.
Daylon.Ohio. . . DaiicusLor, Jul) 32,lP5r ISlf
GREAT DISCOVERY OP IHEAGeT
tavM iirnalhiiliiirleal research aided not a little by
nerreci svaioin nl .afsntrai ranaiarion nus viihihdu hi.
lo arrive ula decisive, direct, and successful course of
treatment for Hie positive and radical core of all dii
ansesof theTAraoi. Lass-sand Air-Pattarrt. Uy II
inlal nn. ihu vmier and cur.nive pro neriiea oi ineui
lues are directly addressed to the diseased organs sun
lha iiiLairiiniei.t. 1 lo not advise the use of MuUicu
Inhnlatlou of any kind, to the eicmsion or grusrai
raatiaat.-and allliouirh I consider II a useful adju
vant In the proper muuugemeiit nt mose lenrun ana
often fulul diseases, yet I doom it vory necessary that
each patient should have the benefit of both gmrtt
ami i,.cm treatment, ine snccessoi my hmhuwih m
the above diseases, and the high character ol the
institution over which 1 havsolong had lue Honor tn
reside, are ton well known to need any emogy or
coiniiient from me. At tho solicitation of many pri
vate and professional frieuds, through whose philan
thropic aid the abovo char'ty has been long and liber-
II y supported, and after due consideration, 1 navt
concluded to tuukesucn arrangements us win oring
Iho benefits of m experience and treatment within
the roach of all: and not routine myself, as heraloiore.
,ii those only who entered the luminary, or who were
it. In m visit in at mv office. Honing therefore that
the arrangement will give entire satisfaction, both to
my professional Brethren ami tnepuuiie, i wouiu m
sruieirnllv aiinnnneo Iu conclnslon. that nets sea t
tanl(J pananiUn or if Ittfr, on all diseases at
above, und tnat the medicines, tne lame as " "
the Inatlliition, preparea tnauiteaca inuiviouai care.
Inhaling Kansrs, Xtdicat InhaUm, die., &e., will be
forwarded by express to any part oflhe UaHed Klates
or the Canaiiaa.
TaaMs My terms of treatment by letter are as fol
lows, via.: SIS per month for each patient, which
!lt I I. I. ...ll.lu ...MAl nt tit. Ail a .,,mlll 111.1!
nlso, Inhaling Vapor, and an Inhaling Apparatus.
fsymentaa iomowbj ae to oa paiu to tno diih
A rent nn rccelnt of the box of Medicine, aid the
bulanco SI) at Ike expiration of the month, If the pa
tient be oured or Is entirely satisfied with the treat
ment. Patients, bvglvinga run hi toryoi tneir case,
and their svmtoBislu full, can be treated as well by
letter as by' personal examination. Patients availlug
themselves of Dr. Jarretl'a treatment muy rely noon
Immediate and permanent relief, as he seldom haa
to treat a ease over thirty days. Letters for advice
promptly answered. For further particulars sddresa
. jATCnn m. Iflinnii, ia. '.,
No, 8-30 Broadway, corner Tweirth Ki New York.
P. 8. Physicians and othera visiting the city are
respectfully Invited to call at the InUrniary. where
many Interesting cases can be witnessed, and where
our imprtvi aaaarafas for the Inhalation of medicat
ed vapor can lie seen and Inspeoted. ..
Augusta, le eiuis Ma
DR. GUSTAV LINNARD'S
taste kkstohative thoches.
Tax Guiir SussriTCTa oa Toatcco.
XT Is well known and Incontrovertable fact that ths
uso of Tobacco fa tho promoting cauao of many of
the most severe
' MENTAL AND PHYSICAL DISORDERS
to which the race of man is suideet. as careful analy
sis a d long and painful experience have clearly pro
ven that Itoontalna certain norcolle and polsonone
properties most dangerous In ttielr effects, which by
entering Into the blood derange the fnnctlona and
operations oflhe Heart, causing many to suppose that
organ to bo seriously diseased.
TOBACCO affects also the entire Deroua system,
manifesting Itself as all who have ever used Ihe nox
ious wood will bear testimony -In Lassitude, Ner
vous Irritability, Water Brash, Dyspepsia, aud many
other disorders of a similar character.
THE TASIE RESTORATIVE TROCHES"
Are designed to counteract theae baneful Influences,
and have proved completely successful tn amnlltludo
of cases, and wherever nsed Being harmless in
themselves they exert s beneficial effect upon tha
entire system, restoring the Taste which has become
vitiated or dlstmyed by great Indulgence, completely
removing the irritation and accompanying tickling
sonsatton or the Throat which aro alwave conse
quent upou abstaining from tlie use of Tobacco, and
by giving a healthy tone to the Stomach, Invigorate
the whole system.
Persons who are Irratitevably undermining their
constitutions and shortening their lives should use
those Troches Immediately and throw of the Injurious
out and unpleasant habit i f Tobacco Chewing.
These Troches or Loiengosare pat up In a conve
nient and portable form at the low price of SO Cents
per Box. A liberal discount to the Trade.
Prepared solely by tbe nndeialgned to whom all or-
deraahould be addressed.
. JAMES E. BOWERS, Druggist.
Cornerof 9d and Race Streets, Philadelphia.
March SJ, 1858 147 .,. j
Will commence oa Monday, August 9,1868.
- Van nsoful studies will be dllla-eiitlv cared for.
Neat arrana-eineuls are made for males and females.
Time, froroSlo 11 o'clock A. M., aud fiom 1 to 4
o'clock t, w. -Terms
Payable monthly tn advance.
Lancaster, July S3, 1H58--BwlS D. C. ROBCOE.
f.k Kn. nfMaln Street. two doors lest
Reberos Kuti'a-'toro.anoaojoiuingj.is. a.
D.jju.fik.. vlt.i. Ka . ' " '
H ts fo constantly wiiiisiiw..-4,sii
faetareetootuer. every articia in o
rsnnH tahtaold friends andths Pttbtll
Lancaster, AprlllS, 187 SI
- Attachment Notices
I. C. Butch against M. J. Moss. I t
RBFORB A McVelgh,Jnstlce efthe Peace.ln It for
Hocking Township. Fairfleld County, Ohio. All
.hnm it muv annMF will Luka notlAA. that On the 9Mh
day of June, A. D. 18V, said Justice Issued an order of
attachment In Ihe above action, for tha earn of Mighty
Dollars and Beventy-flve Cents. - ''-;
BT1NC11COM B Ct CLARKE, Att'ys for PHOT
Lancaster, July M, 18ja 3wU
RIlsscs CLIFFOltD 4TtOHINSO!
T ERPECTFl'LLY Inform their old enstemera that
JV'hey have just opened at the old aland oa. Main
Slreutln he City ofLancusler, , )
A New and Fashionable Stock of
! HEAD-DIIESES, Ate.
Which they will sell LOWrtH I than i ever offered In this
City, and are prepared to FIT and MAKE DHEHSKt
to ordar, l the neatest and most lashionable style.
Ladies are Invited to call and examine for themselves.
Lancaster, April S3, 1858 Sltf
v WANTED. t
ANlraproTO ram, of tOO to 0O Atreaf
within a few miles of the eity. - - . :
. Also. from 20 to 60 Acrea ! a.s -with eas
fortabli Buildings. mm''! 1 .
AIo ,a ors Small Farm a"" "
change for ether property. - W. H.PARHB..
Lancaster, AprlllS, 1837 SOIf