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.For, Comptroller, . .
WILLIA.M . B, THRaLL. of rTr"rn
CHRIST, fc.WOLCOTT ?l Summit.
4lemhr of TJJrd:'f Publio Works.
JOHN L, MART1NV ol PulWr. .
'M-K-1,7 BTATI! TICKET.,'
VilOMAS W;: DATRLEYj of RioUlnd,
flTtRBlN WARD, ol WarrViw -
For ConiDtrolor f the TreMury, - .
.SAMUEL. W. GILSON. Mahiuing. .
For Boani of 'PiiWiei Work.
BIC1IAHD II, HENDRIKgON. Vnilvt.
5 'U POLIUTICS. J j
WlSei will "men Warn wisdom an! walk
tip sad tats the bull bv ilia korna In "tba
riort'i, as do the southern ariatoorac)?
When vUl men learn that then it now but
';$ itsue before the American people and
thai it freedom or tlav try, America Dem
tfral'." ' " ,J"4 " rr.i"i
, elipithe aboTa from brother Beatjr'a
rlicia in his Usua of iha 4lh iosL, upon
Ibe recent elections ia Kansas, ,U isour'
and Kentucky; ;) ."' .nn I
- "An open confession is good for the soul."
: .We bave again and again nfused to af
filiate with a party wrboolsinjed but a sin
gle aactional issue; a party of but "one
idea,"whose ultimatum oentred in tbe con-
, temptible. dootrine of negro equality cr in
, tbe language of the 3d plank in a platform,
adopted at Cdlumbus on the 16th of March,
J856. as the principles of the Republican
Party of Ohio, at which Convention W. B.
7 Thrall, Esq., was President: tbe plank
La b not only our prlrilege, bat ear Im.
prtire duty, to aarg) the tallot-box, to
arrest tbe flooding el ear country wilb for
eign paupers aad otimlnals, aad .toliaUe.
dnca fm'otttory reform Into ear lateral-
Uationlawa. - ' "
. Clause MaBTim Eso,,, , ton Cososxa.
We kaow Cb aiU j lit bock, and know-1
ieg brra,' hse not a rrngle word to say
against tin ae mat; o the contrary, we
eeteera him at a tiig tiuiuded, -' honoralfe
young man of rare UWnt,. But be Laloags
to a party, whose principles and policy, as
proelsieoej on i'lhe ; barp of" a , thousand
strings," erjla Cincinnati. Platform and
carried oat by tbe rtceot . Administration
are such as we cannot subscribe '-to, and
we presume be will feel bound to' sustain
tbe- doctrine of 11 party; tod the greater
the nun tbe greater tbe danger; bad the
Demooracr put np some doughface, we
should bare entertained 1 bo'pe that tbe
force of publio opinion would bare mould
ed bim to order; but, as the-ease- ttands,
il good man shall lake tbe ' field , against
bim, whose political views are more m hsr
many wiib oor own, we absll-raise our
wool hat, and witb tbe utmost good fel
g, y to our'young friend, w can't go
it Charley, , - ' , 7 V T , 7"
"Rttolved, That we rtcognitt the equal
right ofallpersont to the fret exerciee of the
tlectnst francn re.
'' Brother Braty and Tunis P. and various
others of ibe Bleeding Kansas family, have
sneered at us for our. position, but now we
have it in black and while, under tbe sign
manual of S. Beaty, Esq., editor nnd pro
: priator of that immaculate sheet, the Amer
Not that we-would question Brother
Beavy's integrity, for helms little in mar
.' kot, nor e"o we make any -charges against
bis political persevorenee, for be bss serv
' ed with equal fidelity, all parlies from tbe
1 death of Moses down to ' the : advent of
Knnta, (the spiritualist) in the valley.
But it makes ourold.bones rattle, to catch
a gudgeon on a pin book, and expose to
' view by sunlight; bis . monstrosities an
' truokling disposition. Tbe enormous fraud
s and wicked Corruptions the unpnraWlled
expenditure of one hundred millioLS per
. annum, distributed for the purpose of con
' ' troling our franchises, and corrupting our
public servants, and the bare-faced efforts
j that are now making to falsify and perve
- ..the charier of our liberties, thai Constitu
tion of the United Staler; all, all these
with thousand other questions involving
the viUl interests of the American citizen
are with liim ( Brother B ) as dus' in the
. bsllance, when compared, with lus one
: idea, or in bis own . words: " When ioill
men learn that thtre is how but one issvt
, before the American people, and that it free
dom or tlavery." Where is the man in
this lend of liberty who trembles for his
' freedom exisept those whobavei7eiAeir
depoiilion falsely stolen their" neighbor's
horses, or in some other way violated the
- statute in such cases made and provided?
Who dare say that we are not, and of right
V ought to be, governed by the will of the
! majority? Who now pretends to deny the
: right of a majority of American citizens to
. frame their own constitutions and msk
their own lasrs, subject only to the pow
T "; ers provided for, under'the Constitution of
the United States? (" , . , ;
' What man of sane mind and honest
' ... . t
' heart will keen ud a constant howl over
t' e subject of "freedom or slavery," with
' all the above faots staring bim in the lace?
knowing, as he must know, that the States,
. as States, have no power over the subject
in tbe Tenitories, and that all questions
, of tbe kind mnst be settled by legitimate
- majorities in aocordanco with (he. rules
prescribed by the Uonstitulion. . We Snow
that nine-tenths of tbe Republicans in this
region think precisely upon these .Vques
tioos as we do; they are Republicans at
heart, and Americans in principle. But
they suffer themselves under, the impulse
of the moment to be . dragged t along by
these one idea, ultra abolition leaders; we
bare said and again say that there is little
, or no difference among the masses of A
mericans and Republioaca upon these ques
tions in Ohio. Why then shall we stand
aloof under the withering shade of the ban
ner of ultra party leaders, and suffer tbo
", Locofooo party to triumph with all ls po
litical abominations?- -
. t r .
JLiei ns cast names w me aoga, ignore
tiarty considerations and unite as one man
.-proclaiming" tbo world and the rest of
' mankind," that we, the PEOPLE are un
compromisingly opposed to fraud, corrup
tion and trickery, in whatever form it nay
, manifest itself. Let us resolve. in the lan
. gusge of the immortal Henry Clay, "that
' no power short of that of tbe Almighty
. ' shall force us to oarry slavery into a terri
tory where it. does not.exist." And let us
further resolve that we will maintain tbe
' 'Union; and the Constitution of tbe ;Uoited
States as paramount to all other , political
OLD LINC WUIO CAUCUS..
r We copy , the following Uem from the
Sugar Grove Daily Sentinel of . Saturday,
Aug. 7th and in common, no doubt, with
our numerous leaders, tXtend our sympa
thy to the Secretary (?f the Old Line Whig
Caucus, and hope that be may soon recov
er from bis injuries, and be able to resume
tbe ardvous duties of bis host.' ' - ' - '
We are paioed to learn that Peter Von
omonel, Secretary of the Old Line Whig
Canous, met , with a severe accident, . on
Thursday August 6th., near Nvlsonville.
He was returning, in company with Bro.
Joe Bell, f'ora Athens,' where ho bed been
for the purpose of reporting for the Lan
caster Gazette, the lesult of the great prise
egbtbetveen Bro. Eternally Backsliding
Olds, and Bro. Charles Demosthenese
Martin; The two were riding in a 'single
buggy' behind a viuious and restive horse,
procured for the use of the Secretary, by
Bro. Sir I8fa3 ; Newton Sclileich, for tbe
express purpose as is now hinted, of 'get
ting the Secretary1 and Bro. Joe Bell out
of the way, if posilble. :
Tbey had stopped at a road-side inn, to
get something to "strengthen the inner
man,", end Bro. Joe' Bell, after baviug got
their, flask. filled, was getting into tbe bug
gy, with the bottle in one band and . the
cork in the other, when his foot slipped
and be fell forward oyer the dash board
spilling the contents of the bottle, oVe
the horse's back, who started off at full
Speed, throwing B ro. Joe Bell out upoi
the ground be fere ha could recover himse
dragging two wheels of the buggy 'over
him and bruising him vp in a horrible
mncner, : .. . ,
The Secretary left to himself, -tried to,
regain ' control of the flying steed, who
tortured to madness by the' fiery ablution,
administered to him by Bro. Joe Bell, was
flying at lighting speid" down tie road,
scattering every living thing that obstruc
ted his course, to the right and left, and
raieinz a cjoud of dust, that entirely ob
Becured the borse and driver. His efforts
however were Unavailing, the horse had
taken the bit in bis teeth, snd to stop him,
was now, u toily impossible, and the Sec
retary never for a moment loosing hi8
presence of mind, endeavored to keep bim
to the road until he should exhaust bim
self. The horse mean-time, plengcd fe
rociously forward, twitching his tail end
every moment, firing unraistakeable signs
of a disposition to kick,, while, just as he
had reaohed the subburbs of the city of
Nelsonville, he suddenly flew from the
track, dashed the buggy against the cor
ner of an adjoining tenement witb a fear
ful concussion, throwing the Secretary cut
and landing him, heels np; in a hogshead
of rain water, which stood nearby, from
which his straggles to relief himself were
fearful, and of course Unavailing. In this
situation he remained ' fof six hours and
must certainly have drowaed, but for the
arrival of Bro. Ociavious ' Ecclesiasticus
Da Vis and Bro. Ebenezer Culamnity Roll-
a nd, who rescued bim from bis perilous
position, not, however, until be was so far
gone as to require the utmost exertion : of
theso parlies to restore bim to conscious
ness. ,; " ". ' ' h t
Tie Secretary was brought tbenOe to
- - A Won ,iW
Just wt were lock log oar form to
gft t pre at, we receive -eojy im
Amsrieso Democrat, with Brother a
ty'a beautiful expese of our political pro
tensions, sod for the tern t of ourpUoDS,
we publish b'.s entire eoronoett. . fie ssys
of the Editor of lb Lmcatter Gslette:
"We desire everv Republican In Fair
field Count v to understand the true posi
lion ol this old witv l-vpocrit, who nss
frequently dclard bimtelf a better reoub
licao than the editor cf the Aox-rlcas Dem
ocrat. Is o;der ioiave a aubs. riber, - Once
lor all. wo sav to tb .republicans of the
roaalv , be Is snost bi tor and .malignant
enemy of the Rpablina novement an t ia
both feady and anxious to load his lufla
enee to any scheme or any party .best Cal
culated to break Dp, defeat or disturb In
barmonv of the Bepoblican raMts."
."If ibe alove weio not, sufficient we
might point lo many other acts of bis . to
prove his bitter los'ility to tbe parly lu
this count v.; opon whose patronage ibf
very existence; of hl press is dependent
His reb ated movrinent ia .brineiof. for
ward inHipf rtdenLeandidaUs nnd attempts
. .iV. j r i t wit..-
io 'orsiaii mo action i rpfiKy bhm
lions, as well as his persistent aod mulish
obstinacy in oppoing efery movement
calculated to unite the opposition to fedeil
ism. prove bim a federalist of tbe deepest
dye andontierly unworthy the confidence
or patronage of Rt-publicsns. f Amerl
csn Democrat, ' ' 1 f
. We should not stop to notice so con
t emptable an article were it not tor, tbe
base Insinuation, and pngeoerous influence,
attempted to be brought to bear sgainst
suggestion of ours ia our last wtek s is-
. . .. ... . i.
sue; we sliuae tome article in wm u , wi
suggested the name of Charles Borland,
Eq.,' as a suit able candidate for Cungrers;
bis he calls "forestalling the action of lie-
publican Conventions," and charges cs
wl lb a "mulish obstinacy in opp sing ev.
ery movement calculated to unite tb oppo
sition." ' ' - ': ; 1 '
Two years ago Biaty made one of 1.1
herculean efforts to drive the Americans to
go it alone join" the Locnfocos, or kiss
liis lig toe,' tbd had it not been for the
efforts of Charles Borland, with our advice
and special request, there would have been
third candidate, and one of our best men,
V. B. Horton would have been beaten. We
kuow Mr. Culver to tea good young man;
with Mr. Van Vorhes we are hot personal
ly acquainted, but from Information believe
him lo be a good man; ' but CliarleS Bor
land has more age, and experience, and
bis ability is unquestionable..,. He is unac-
ceptionable to tbe Americans and the old
stiff-nicked Whigs, and We kcow that true
Re publican ism has not a . more thorough
shd able advocats in (be District than he
is. For Want of time and space, we shall
reset ve our hot shot for scree future occa
slon. '. : ' ; . " ( :' .. ' '. " ;;
; N. 3. For our political views,-see flr
tide headed Politics. There we repeat in
substance what Bro.-Beaty a few week,
since charged us with having done 999
limes. ,- ' - . ;
Taa ArvjtTia Cuo. Tils aeper-
alleled ootorpfis i sw ' eomplataj, ll
Old add tbe VtWVfotlittt broajbt wiib-
o spcUog disiaoee. May peae, pleaty
and prosperity belli Uadirg tbeices for
eomff aoicatioo, sad the . libUoiogs of
beaves flaih moral and political ' tratbs
from polo to pole lb World over.
PortraiU ct Gca TTsusli-ston.";
RAVC. at a 'ttf rpnSm.wai 1W-
m Ima1) t.nu.i, tl im u or un: wb c, u
,Ma?0CM A? srtiote fa a recent Bam
br of rl. SVs LoiI)eaKcat euows'bow
tbe increase of free emigration mwi wub
It the natural ditctcotion of slavery, by ci
ting some twtoty rouotis, tbe chief " ones
being tbo following;, "t. f
ConkUtf ' CawtMl I HI. ," Cwhi iI UC4. -
Vat m - ltr.
ar We take pleasure in calling atten
tion to the able speech of Tom Corwin, de
livered a few days since at Morrow; (to be
found on our first page,) it will be found
an able expose of the true policy for the
freemen of Ohio. We hope Brother Bea
ty may read il with special attention, as i'
fully corroborates the views published by
us on all former : occasions. You better
believe, it adds firmness to our step, end
vigcr to our lone to be sustained by an Ex
Governor Tom Corwin; "Hail Colum
bin!" Three cheers for Tom Corwin and
a People's Party. ' '
,arThe WiATiiE'a is hot almost to sttf
fosation: the Thermometer ranges from 90
to 100 degrees and is so constantly salur
ated with Culorio, that we fear that it will
bust with a fit of. delirium tremens some
day, unless the Aurora Boreallas send us
some combined currents of the electrical,
and Polar Regions. We have no desire
to become an iceberg, nor ;do we wish to
run off in fusion; but we would like above
all things, an atmosphere that would en
able us to sleep comfortably, and, during
the ten hours allotted for labor according
to statute in such cases maJe end provided'
tokeep up our end of the swir.gletree witb
that old canistoga hoss Brother B .
SlKucft' Br" LtGiiTNiHQ. Lewis Pal
mer, a young man living in Richland Tp.,
While plowing in the 6e1don Thurseay, the
9th Inst., was struck by lightning bd in
stantly killed) i his . horses were struck
down, but afterwards recovered; we re
gret the loss of J fine young man, but hope
Tbe Democrat also puials to bl.Cnarlaa
Hanison. Crawrd. . Monteommery and
thirteen other eounli's lo which slavery is
faat disappearing It it---",akue "fot
tnai mesa coaotms ais'moauv in me mm
die and northern eectiows of the Stato.
Alnost ererr t!t'of Missouri iasoae p
tibia ol agricultural 1:preemnt. iTl.e
lands hot adapted tdtobaci'n. bt-mp.'wheal.
oats and IotTiafl porn, are highly suitable
(or the success's! suUivsuon or nearly ev
ery Variety of niil sod grape. .Indeed,
tbe uplands wlli douDtt- s, io a lew . years
becotce ti e most valuable lands In th
Stat; on account of ibeir .eminent, fitness
for the cultivation of fruit. ' The rreat cm
ieratioo now settling In from the Northern
States will, in a ri'srt time, tnake Missouri
not only a free, but one of the moat pros
perous States ia the Union. Exchange. .
X3rWe take tie following from .Siv
Ut's Bank Note Reporter. Every bodf
knows that the Quaker are the safest peo
ple on earth, and 8.' WKLor. Esq., of tbe
City of Lascaster is the aaibor ited Agent
of tbe "Thee and Thou" insurrance Com
pany; read tbeir advertisement in lo days
PP"r ., ;
Qanker City IurraneeCompaof-Crcar.
t ... Bucceaa. - . .:' .
Too unprecedented depression which
has paralysed the energy auJ onterptize of
tne country, has spp IhU a searching test
to all our bus'nsss institolioss, and losooe
more severely titan insurance bompanes,
While evn thoso who bare stood the
longest and highest in public eatimation,
have more or less suffered,, others hare
been seriously crippled, and some have
been proitrated under the financial press
ure, In the mi 1st of all this dUater, the
healthy vijror shown by the Quaker City
Insurance Company ha already attracted
gtneral attention, and inspired a high de
gree of corfideuce in the management by
which it has been distiniruislied.
: Without entering into the details of its
business repurt for the ' last six months.
ending June 30th, and published in anoth
e'r Cclumn of the Reporter, We merely re
fer to the remnrkable fact that, amid the
wreck and diaster of the community it has
flourished. Its actual progress, and 111
posiiiv success, during the past year, has
been extraordinary. The Qitnker C ty
Insurance Company has steadily gone on
strengthening and enlarging its resources
and ag the figures show, . has successfully
increased its business I Wo fold, as c-ompar
ed with the same petiod for 1867. whils
its ratio of losses for the corresponding po
nod has been ascertained to be consider
ably leaaeneJ.-r It will do observed that
this result has ben achieved without
resort to credit.. Tbe Cjmp.oy having
settled its losses,, we find a Jive cash bal
ance remaining amounting to 939,000 and
its assets tc $31)4.881 35. The exhibit in
question points unerringly t the future
exabed position assigned to The ; Quaker
City lnsuaance Company in publio estima
tion, as it is doubtful whether a case of
similar good management lesultinr. in such
eminent sucross, cad be pointed lo iu the
whole catalogue of it- many highly respec
table rivals bere and elsewhere. ,
r-ia.iDUuflorkitr4., 1h Coorr afiat
mnit Wwolitu Livr.
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Biiur. wlU fc airlekl;. aad lllruHr arriJ -
in ee4 la Solibior tbeaale. I wMwnlf w riK
Maablf paid tot mj t.m. aad mpaeirulif aoJlctt
Trr iaa. IU aff om' taaa U wona ruit
LaamiUa, July S9.1ia -111 , !
f. a. (Ii7 on aa aaull io qou aliaio IS ft
Of mtxhm fftvmU, mm Mlo'l: Tai aaiatwri Irvm 1
tn Vm ara uurJ lu a lxk kapt b a. Th par
fcaMi t a portnrit, nana kt oa aamtr. frora
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book, and tbartrKUndloteppOftta bia aamaaf, m
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taau bfor th.f partbua tualr portrait tba ffiru
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pariacur aaaal obaaaai. aadaauiaaeu im:itu.ti
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1HB Baderaleoed barln purctiaaed tba "
plad by Mawra. Jane Sana. In Uoeuaf, Ohio. 1
prepared to axaoata upm. abart aof.ca. aad la i in -
maallka Baunar.au oraeniur maeninwrj wi mu..
feeualrlne or all kluda or Vacbtnerr and Parmlni-
Implomaou, done aiiUfiul delay, and at raaaauabla
Dricaa. w. r. uir..n,i'jr
Laneaatc, JolJ 9, 1B58-I3:r -
Mi Mllaa 5rtu:oI Cincinnati.
THESritSeMlan of tbo Teta Collerlata rear or
tbia Inttltutlon. will commaooaou the II rat Xoa
dlv (lb Stb) of Haplaidbar ntt.
the main EdlSo of tba Cohere la aimrrpaaa'd by
aar other In tb oauiHrr for odaifon. eonvanleneo
aud eteaante. Ilia wanned l afaui, ll;Iild bv Gai
and even annartment la luni.llrd with por water.
and ao i.erfecf.T rentl'lale.) that tb rntlr atmoat-
pnere or erery room lacuanyeo oaw in minj m i u
delta rooue annpUad iu old and bot water, are
free for tbe Poplla a fall Board. IS tn Dumber r
Tcacbenla employad, aelected from tba Boat able
cuacuiora in our coar.irr.
Thaloe tionortbs UatilaUonti aflrpa-lti(lT baan-
llful, balmeleraleJ 500 feat above the Obio Ulvar,
Persona dealrio further bifaruailoa or the tnatlta
tlon, can obtuln Catalotrara at tba aflleaoflbta paner,
oroy ailrtn'artnf either of tb underalgnod at "Col-
lefre 11 ill. unto. v . . . r..bani.
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V.il. d am aui.iaariaa at B4 S fbraed atnak
aad vTJrflulM UtuttvtU. lra raiaa fraab
rb latter ear frees rPMBdaeM faBlty HIBU
t TJ. WW.it. U aaare but C ai.iJ aud faiae
SalM road all tad a 1S.aoS n.WI J
1W, b.-U.ali. Kje ldi4 7d Ktmvl miim
fur ee. - ..-'.'.
Cura hwm tmJL waited at Ike fi Bar ajaytallCBa.
Wut t eciraa; eat K IU at SSKaOta and abau at
i t NW YORK. MARKET. . t ,
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rioar -Tb market ba dad ii. tur S la Okie
and Soother, w'.lb aebrt of Sbbla.
Wkat .) raaaad S erltb aaleeansr c?la
Sovtbara Walt et I S, a1 Se-l at I SOaTne.
Core HMo.anl; a&laa of tSW eiaoatd GUI a A
fci wbltb rWtJ. an l ydlrowat flaSi. - 1 '
rare. ilia mraat ia b40Taail eaep meae a. r .1. rw
1? rtx aad prim at 13 tJ. Wh.aky aa advwaoad
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BALTIMORE MAJiKET. ' '
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taJy ateVySJTe frro esd S eG' 10 f"r wUw.
f.ttu at TVB7 forll "d wblta- J
iWef tadaU. fawlof,ta7faf aaeaa.
. . . Cianaa.Ti.lanaite.taM.
Finer 1T.e market la Srm. a'tb lla-Ureeolptaabel a
Mr local iaaaaA. Sal at t37'JJoraBpru tui
t, - " - ' '' ' .
WhtarrT ThamarkaeouUnnaafrB".tli a food de
mand. il-jat leaauulo flora, and Iran wafot
aflSKeana. . . . . t
Pro.Hoi.a-vr hear of r.nlfOfr.at th mar
wet m-i.tTecatlewl .li. After oar woon atrcjat
PO kkda. baaon SM aold at Ss,B S,Mu li, baik
in ai in rrt.t a ee'.i..
oraia wneai 10,011, wirn ,ixnuvr-.ur.m, i
iyere. Prteea are ODthaored. Corn la to eood d)-
COFTEE.'TtA: AND i US AH.
" 11t7ft'tTJtttCrrSHaa.;. . :
" - " TfROVISlONS. t - ; -
Cat c4B,Cni-r at Bbjav 4,-aaaxt XiuxTH
' ; e -; r.AKjE risnr. v 5
fulfiab. Kn-aa-acd afet.arai; rLOHB. Vr.T,
aeaaaaaafvtal'.n'. tllai-St.i ' '-
auaaaaaaad cadail I J Ol tb UU MltiW
aaildWu apaiita. '
m mmm relUtaJ u4 aliaVALia .eitaUU'-jnu. t
laataaofU.aBi.au "" c-
Xfrnmrn . 'CVltbari IWaf ex aateal tp li'ttf
eoitl abp.oadll 1 ' 4 ',' :
Rlabaa eard and ahWI6 Sal Th auv.mmf-J.lUa
ft H.re and Ci.laf U BBoiid t T C vr.
H bowalnrraTjIrauaetobaraeoaaanlajidMaa B
tad et..r. od aania by ta Maoboaaa awl a.,...-,
aaaeniiootobaali.eaato mtril '"TK
A-rmof p8bl!en.trn'. . O. t, rQ.8
. luauw, imij t, Jlp-i W . , : .," ,
C1IAKQE ' OF-' TIME-
St fc .'
ClBcfiiBail. it IIji.!aSfb3-k
. v.. -;l amla--Vi-
UAH. ItOAl). ,.
I Cxmrttt frwiimt Jmumt-i-1mm
Lmmmt I ' "
VTaelnatwa . .
CtKlevUM. i W W
LacaUr ....J..vi a -r 1,,,,
Jw llncUa)T....1l S -
titliu:. anir..w r aa -
oiannaiaic. nye retna-oa aira-ir r. i.'ig.iu..i..
forr.Hoi rly.and vwbuil el aoldet5(V- Aaal
f fidAbeali Inlarlor 1 3.a, fiatt are Sra at 3C(.
Bjler T.e market la doll, and pr'cea lrooptn;t
TV qoot tOalSe. b raar for prima.
2a aaf ueci'Bvv tv i.t IW M
NEW ORLEANS li ARKET.
' 3rr o.acr'
CotWB Tb fun.r-ia bad to of act (A Ur
aiarltat: -ileorsol balsa.
Bora, eloaed booynat tdrineed K.
J nato:10alaieaa . . , ,
Ploorelo.ed witbao odrloclcj tenconcy! aalea at
t v.ae so. . .
Corn rloaed with an a anc!r.r Urdji.r at mil.
ProvUlooa eloaei teiy dull aod Ua;'. ,
.. II i" V .
.:. i uu r d
i ij -
THaTE haveadded to oar larje atoak of GHiS.a,
I V Ot.ASS. CKOC&EKY, otc., a coinpitu a-
aortioam or . - .
CHANDELIERS. ' ' . -
. - .v : PENDANTS, &c
of the iateat patterna, and which ar offered at rery
lowprieaai t,an ana . -
). M. dc W. WKSTWATKB'S.
July U,1838-3wU (iaiette. Columbua, Oblo.
LA5CASTEB J.frCB..So. S7 . J...... Anf'ia. WSX
E..CAir Jan.1' i , io. tt
AnfS.ltaS. O. SlKIM!A3.Ecordr.
IN SHAFFER'S BLOCK, ,
taaaerul I SO (.
UBC-r.!r......r.;...S 10 " !iTa ,I!S1S
Raw MolUod...... so v a.,-.-.. .."- " -
ah)m;ton . 4 M
tVUmlMttoa. ....... 5 4J v : ?
Dorr ..-j..,..... M , ".
Cincinnati, rrrlr.. Si - '
OOIHO EART.TriuBa Ia ebBSC-twa.
CenaaTlU witb Tr!u OB Ceotia.1 t-lle Boad tut
Wheelln.PIttbargbai.d all poiniraaei. - j
001 SO VKSTennaetlonrniad alCloU.bll
fprall ponuSnlubaad West.
THROUGH FREIGHTS KKCH1PTV tb all prdrta
Eaat rl ees at M rrow. W llmioglba aibltf !. f'
allilean.l Lcnraaver. .. .. ..
LI V U STOC h aent tbronrt wlthoai aby -
SRI PPEBS would do well to forward j IbaC-a
mu.wu O.S..B SJ V.
H. V.wEAKLtY, A, !, .
jab a, 19J8-lf Uaati .Oktc.
THE UKCASTEK OHIO MIIU
rUttS nnJanlmed Prrrpnetor. of Ibe bo Kill.
I Blteatad ) mile aoalheaal of tbe Clt , fbr hn
road. Imow prepared to for'' a aplmdld artl of
Strayed or Stolpn.
X' LEKS.near Orefneaatle. on Wr l
ueaday tbeTUi of July. an orrel
lloren, ball faoed. tbrsa white feet,
about fifteen banda high, ai.d bia rbrbl
eye baa mora while lhan tb left. Ao;
peiaon returning eald Horae to tbeaub
ac fiber, or alelnc InfornistlOB aR be
eajib foua,a,tt4UJf liporally rewarded ' i
. - jr. r rfnau.' raian.
! July , 1858 Jwtl-, Urng near CrDCatla.
yEuKasoN'a Magazine dc Pvtkam's
MosiTHL? ' for August, is received, contain-
in? 19 valcabhs. He or she that desires
to be great,' ' And good, and learned and
wise should subscribe for this journal.
MabIb k Cbosbv's Circus. Tb ex
hibit in our city On Wednesday the 10;h
of August, tun alive I tUad adverluo
ment and see posters. ..
. X"One thousand emierants bave luft
Belfast, Irelaud, up to the 1st of July, or
6,000 less than for the same lime in 1 856.
his friends may be consoled under the re-
Sugar Giove where he ia now lying in a fieotioo that it was one of those dispense
critical State, and wt are pained to learn
that bis notes are so muiillated, that should
be recover it will be some days before bs
can revise them for puhlioatioa.
First qr,tui Snisorf. Freth Oyetert
JoHM Lacdkbaooh, tbe affible JOHN,
is now receiving daily fnm tbe Baltimore
beds, frosh Oysters. Tbe oulinary da
parlmentof the Union Is conducted ty
Johk, and he, as every body know, osn
'serve tbem up' to suit Ibe fastidiousness
of an epicure, or tbe less squeamish test
of a gentleman. . W bave 'tried .them
and pronounce tbem delicious.- . We word
sdvise those of our oltisens who love
good things' to visit tbe Union, basemeut
of Washington Hotel..,
; ' JtarTbe Westminister Rivixw for July
is received; we commend this periodical
to the consideration, aad patronege of our
filends as a -work fnll of interest sod every
wsy worthy of tbe Kterary and soientifio
reader. Loiarb, Soaix o Co., publish
ers. New York. Price 25 oents per oopy
or,$3 per annum. . .1 , .' J" ,,;
', Zahesvtuj Maxbls Wob. See, M.
H itobell's advertisement. . Beautiful sam
' jVonaiirtioa; jtni (o that end we , hold itfples to b seen in tbo new grave farJ.
v.-..u-.!..r(.;.lA,W.M,i '.- ,r , ":v :,,,-,,:,'-.",...,;',., "
MRLtS.t SOUL, of the Slate of nilnilr1tBot!Sod.
that en Decembor M. 1MT. Wllllnm Potter and
John 1). Nonrae, Adminlatraloraofilaniea Ouiralt. n-
Ceaiad. Sled In the Offleoof tbe Clark or rairueia
Cnanty Court or Common Plea, tbntr petition aaalntl
bar and otHere.alloirleettbat o JulySe, ISM, th aald
iameaOiHcalt,byontraatlR wrlttna-, aold to Wtlllam
Soul, and agreed toconrey apna full payment of th
purobaa money, lB-bota4 ann 3. in fquare 4. 10 naiu
more, In aald Conuly. aud a Fraction of t-nnd adoin
Ini thereto, de'aerlhed In deed of John P. Oulcalt and
Wl fe. lo Jamet Onlcalt, datod July SI. t50, for which
tbe aaid Willi. tri Soul arread to uar S150. when coa-
aeaalod would be ilven in ovmier. ij-so. ano --vo
In November, 1M7. and S200 In Korembcr. 159. with
Interest from Koreniber. 1RS1. Thab on September
SJ, 1856, Janiei Outcalt died, and on November el.
thereafter. William Soul paid to plaintiir eiw aoo
took poaaesilon of aald property. That on May R. 'S.
William Soul died Inaolrenl.loaTlnc aald Meliaan.hla
Wldow.and aald aecnn.l installmenl la duo and unpaid,
and praylnc that aald premlana maybe aold and pro.
ceejnr.plled to payment of plaintiff 'a cl-lm thereon.
SrJpetlilou will be for hearln on October 4. neit.
and unleaaahe appear by that duy, Judgraeot will be
colored a prayed for. . , . .
JOBS C. HAIXKtf, C(or.
July t.I Sis SwflpfsS.Si
THE ROCK HOUSE
Tbe most itltaiant Summer CnorUa Ohio,
Situated In KocblneCounty. I mllea Snnth of Lnneaa-
ter, dt tli aaoiaitlatance Soulheaetoi uireiaviiie,
IN' ZANLSVILLE, OHIO.
M. C. IVUTCHELL
-Wf-TOlII.n Inform th public nerally, that ns baa
VV ON HAND, atbiaMAKBLK WuKKStn Zanea
yllle, a lure aaaortinent of American aud Italian
TOMBS & MONUMENTS, ,
which he It aflerlnjr for aale at very low prlcoa, for
CASH. ThOaa wlaiiinKto purcbaae any thine; in bia
line, would do well to call alula VYorka, or eeloctfrom
blaDealan Booka ofbta Aftanta.
Mr. JUllfi WELLS labia A (rent for Fairfield and
adjolnlna Conntiea, and la auiborlced to aolt on aa
roasonablc turma aa an) eetabllahinent In tbe Stale.
IT7A II bta work and material ara warranted 10 gHac
Zatiejtille,1 Ao((mt 13, 1838 3ml J ,
tionsofP'rovidehce. against Which' the Wis
dom of man oan make no protwion, other
than by keeping a oonsoienoe Void of of
, Kissis ELKcnoif. Tbe English. Biil
no go. ins t ree btate men have decided
by An overwhelming majority against Sam bo
and1 resolved that fjocU Sam shall build
tbeir State Houses, Prisons sod pay their
tates for some time (d corn's. A very sen
sible decision, that-in otlr opinion.
3Tlt any man mot heartily condemns
squatter sovereignty than we do. Jet him
come and take our bat. If any marl has a
more thorough contempt for 'a truckling
party politician than we have, let him coma
along and try our boots; whether bootless
or batless, we are bound to defend what wa
claim to be tbe true interests of the Ameri
can people. . - - , . . .
JtSTSem Thkadork TausIadgbs adver
tisement, in todsys paper, splendid oppor
tunity for selling, buying and getting rioh.
Land, land.warrents, ' lotsyes, lots of
everything that fs valuable just give bim
a eall and bo will sell you a "Sewing ma
obi ne for one-fonrtb of it true value ' to a
attar) Woman: .Ww'.MiT .V .? I
. An Ordinant'o
to r'Sauiate th roonlnt; of Kacknay Coachea, Ora'nl
.bnaea, Carrlafiet and other Tehiclea fur eompenaa
tion, hlro or regard, wllhtrf lb Oily of Lancaalar,
' k.vnB-realdonuj)f aald City. . ' . r .
acnoN i.flit.rii, tciicc(ta
Cur l.amcatltr, Ibat noperaon or peraona, .0(-non-realdaau
of tbe aald City of Lancaator. ahull
run anv Coach, umnlbua. Carrlair, or other rehicie.
drawn by opo of mora animals within the llralteof
aald City, domahdlnj; or recelyfna: a eorapenaalion
(herefor.e'jtcept Upon Ihitorma hereinafter autd.and.
In tb manner hereafter proaortbeif. Prtvidtd, That
tblaordluauee mall not apply to ma proprietor or pro
prlelort olafty roiularly eaubllihea line of Stateartr
Carrlag-e conr: in X 'in mall Into' end out of aald City.
Sac. 3. No pereonorperaoD,non'realdenleaaafci
llald.ahall run any teblcl a aforesaid, within tba
Cltyaforeaaid, wlibnut a llcenee, auihoriitnf ana ai
lowlntthe earn, (ranted lo tuch person or peraona,
riVUE House lain complote order, and the proprte
1 tor la prepare.i to accoremonaie any 1
vl.flo.. In .tvtA that Mnnnt tnll to nlrinite
The altracllona are of erery rarletv-a Danclne Hall
Ten-Pin Alloy-Circular F'ailrond-SevolTlns Swinr.
the wojda abound with (ranin. and tbe scenery la aur-
Riased. Boaides the rreat niiornl corloaitloa of the
ock Uo.uae.tbdneiEhbifrlnaThlllaand ravluea furnish
many wild and rdmantlo plces. and tho continual
broezo destroy the effect of the hot sun.
Amona former visitors'. r-frofice ta made to T. .
Tallinaditor Unaar. 'Martina, Lancaster: Jndce Ren
nick or -Mr. Cradlobauth. Clrcleville: Jqilaro Bales.
Cbauncey Qlda or J C. McCov, Columhna, and Johi.
Sbllllto It Co.,Clnclunati. PtOmeat Kork Houaa.
May, l8S3-3inl LEVI FK1ESD, Proprietor.
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL.
RTaOCK & LEVY
4 BS now racelvlnz from tb East, tbe larjeai and
( moat apl endl.l at aort mant v er offered la tbia aiir
bJl. SotiaUttuf Of .- . ..
RBADY -MM CLOTHING
ofrer7tletodratitr. salted to liietCMcn. Tbe)
mUo have i iplsjijiild ftwtlc cf
V. lib all tb lower rrudcao'zoodeaBlted tot Ma mar'
tel. Tbe) bave also opened a
And baem(.oyed ft tupsilor lol wl workuica, lad
Wb nOflh boat fltlors '. Oblo. Cr tbem a
rial and irtae oont reaoer . 7 .h it It Vvt
tbJy wlllpsyau iIbimj-ii. BL JCK a. b
Laneaator. April 1. UU -Ott.
; ; JULIAN & SEIFli!ll,i'
Have onenad a arocery and prorlalon story. In tbo
rooms lately occupiad by the Pbiladcldhla Cora-
- tniaaion at ore. tn ' nattTer-a mnca.barew
wei of Shifira Hotel.
WHKRK they will keep conatar.tly onlandorery
nf the rhold..t familv Grorertea. pro-
vlaiona c of whi. h tl.y will sell at to the lowst
price and warrant to be M the ery ooat anainy.
N. B. Butlnr. Bacon. Be-r. Soar. ornml.'anu
erery cood eatable article taken lit eachanpe for
...(. A. Tba cuv ano counir are reaoecii ui
ly aolielied la eall, examine for tbemaeltea and alvo
us a trial. , . a - - -.
Juiyi;r? otr. .
Haataben tbe Stand lately occupied by K. yielding,
' In the trdlutada Block.
onefl.iorKaal of the entranea to tkeTallmadg House,
alto todocna-.orarrln.l!t;jr..el. refltied tb Mill,
put up nnaw Smut nacblaa. aauplojrd a brat r.t
miller, aad t'ladjiua bliraelf ic anve pri-wpi .1101
.n-J do Bret rat work for all who csj fa. of blot .tb
liielreaatoni. -' ; . -,re-
5 B. Caa paidfjj waOSt- u - . , u.C.tsr
July 1, ISiS Co.. -
Common Plea. FairfleiA CnajtjriIid
AJJY LINCOLN affalnrt JOUJI U.NCOl.5 k
" PETlTIOX FOR DIVPRCJ2.
TUB defemJant. JobntlBCoji: la hereby rotln. d
Ibat tba PUlatiff. Anty Uneoln,"" lb ntb dr
ofiace.A. D. IfW. filed in tbe Bi rf thdlort of
tb Court of Uoma.01. rlen.f Firllldonty,Ob.!
uer peillloo. lb objoet iA P vl ' Pu
tlooUto obuln adlrorcf from tb i!d dtfisBOaa.
aad alle;aan In aald petition. '
'let. Orow ue leu 01 duly for noro Iban Uo
year un tv.e part ufa-dd -defendant; ".
I Sd. W II ful eenc, fo r inor lba m re year on ui
I pSrt of aa'd d'letdant, , . . . . . .
Ptalnt.a alio orarau bo rcatored t bar male. a
nam Aejy Irwut ad.abrroaaonablklliooy.
bald dafeadant Is further uotiad that oulsbap
poar and d.-uiur Or answer to (aid t-elitlol. acordli (
lo law, that at next term of I Conitof Comaaok
Pleaa. of a14 county, asld peiltlou will comeoklo
bo hoard. . THiCHCOMC t LAkB.lt.
Aitorr.ts lor I'aliUone
, LSScnaiir, Julyl. 18Se-Sw9pfi5 i-S '
These (tcbn.tod Sprites herttofor hnewa aa
uni. Pimmr Vnnr nillea irons in
Urt(l" HtaUon. on Ui hprmiBeio ana a..w.,
Kail Road, f.ijthl mllaa from Unlawor. on lb .
Clevelaud and Colambua Rati road. aad 17
tulle, from th City of C (lonibaa,
will b open lo th publjc aeot-
In; beatta or pieaaara.
J .THE SSTII DAY OF MAT,
Cader auspices and wUhap'polntmentelhat Ulaka
It r.rsi t-iaaa 10 ojkij parucu.ac.
nnddr tba authority add In behalf of aald Cltr.
six!. 1. Thai tne MarAr of said City, la hereby
thnrlted, empowered and1 recpjlrtd In behalf or said
City, to irnl and Issue license, to continue for any
terra not exceudlnf Sv days, for tn objects, pursuit
and hnainaaa herein before sneolSeii.and befora crant
Inr the aarne. to demand and reoelva from the ai pll
eaut thereof, the following auras In the following ca
ses, lo- wit: For every Coach, Omnibus, Carriage, Bus:
ty or othor vehicle, drawn by on hora or other ani
mal for each and even day. for which urh license
shall b granted, lb ani of OWE DOI.LAK, and for
every aodltiooat animal, tn annmnnai aumoi una.
DO'LLA R for each and every day for which auoh ll
tens aban b laaaad aforaald.
Sac1. 4. That any parson or persons, non-resldenla
asafoteaald, who shall boaollty of a violation' of tula
ordinance, ahall, upon aonviotion thareor nnror tne
Sis. . That lh Carrlaaa, Coach, Bus or nther eM
ele.toarelhar with th Kara or borus brother animals,
or animals dr I vau by tba person who may b - lined un
der lb provision of thlaordthaaoa.aliall bdemd cb
Ukaoto b hi property for th purpose' of satisfying
any such fln and ooata. and ejaj ba forthwith taken
and bald far th saUafaouoa, ol aaf So so aaaaaaad
wlihcoala. -. -
Sao. S. Thalth Marabal of aald Otty and bia dapn
lle, ahall have full power, and It la hroby man their
Am in arreat with or wltbout nroeaaa. and briar bo-
fore tha Mayor, aU psmos riolaUng th proMalooa of
tile ordinano. . . .
Sao. f. Tbiaordloanaoahalt b la fore froal aad af
atrlu paaaaareand pnblloattoa.
Mayor, bednsd inanf sum not xeeedinr TEN 00L-
s foreaia aaa every oy )n waioa a aaaii aa
1 aauasac ana pnMlo
asedJuTf Sf.lS&S. .
TOOTfO, rVtsldent C. C
nu.ii I .
- VS.... v t Kiw. C4tv OUrb
leoeastoif August J,lS58Jirl4 ' . ' ,
rfllli undersigned has rented the TAl.t.tf ADGK
I. UOUSK.aod ia determined to kJp it In a sly In
equal to any houao in the West, He hU in couuox.on
wllh th Hotel. aplondld ,
'SJMrmsrxsvyr IS avH3Li3
Wber lbtravllnjr oommunlty can be furnished at
ALL TIMES WITH FAST HORSES,
Fine Carrlstrea, Hu((ie. Siilkleaf
awJeWytmntslntheltne of Uvsr aceoninJodaUon.
Ill rates will be realonaM, ana adapted tn th bard
tlmea. Hahnpealo merit and receive th old patron
ace of the bouse, together wlfi a large Inervase by I ha
aid of bis numeroua friend. CHARLES MILLER.
Lancaster. Marcb 4, 163B-II -
OH high m
T o Vi . 11 U T
f TASotrened a Shop 00 Broad way, 3 doora south or
a L tbo Maraet tsouae, woere n ia preparau w axe-
culo all ordera lo bit line ol oualneaa, ..
AND SHEET-IRON-WARE, .
In all their forma, manufactured lo ordr. and kept
oonalanlly on hand for aale. at the lowaat prices, for
cash or country produce. He boaataof being a Hiick
ey raised and educated tn "Old FalrSvld." and he
hopes by bia skill and attention to bnaloe. to merit
and recel v a liberal ahar of patronage., li Invitee
his nia mends ana tb people 01 meeounirv trenomnT
loglvbli a call aud aaainln for tbmalv; and
pla.lgua btmsalf lhalbia work shall prarit their onllro
approbation. - T E- aAET.
BT-aT-AVINOamnlnTad Maaar. Hamsannab NoMi.tWo
I xprlncd Sawyers, U propand lav fuoUaaV to
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER,
... anasa aa . - '
' Osxkt Bos,oplmr, I-liiWt otC, Ma
' ' of aaydtrd dlmtnslon.
Saw-Mtll.oae mil ITorthaaat of roct ttrpva, Is
April M.lSSS-SItf , '., . JACOf OIEBY.
HERE he beeps constantly oa band for sale;
cboisest a.sortineLt of
of every varioty, rerofered ta this maikou Also
(.vdiea Fur, Kobea.Umhrellata.Caiue,
Ate. All of which he will sell at ill lowest living
ratca. aud warrant to be equal Id ny thing of th
kind in tb weatem country, tie ramemoer wnn
gratitude bia old custotnora. ard hopes by ab honet
attaullnn to bishiisiuesa to uicntauu rvceiro a liberal
abnro of the nubile natmm.ge.
i-ancuslor, juiy o.icoo-j.uju
Boot & Shoe Store
MAKES HIS BOW TO Tlllt VCBUC AP
ifllingiliii ofth Ucl thai he now sail
. f koepciiiKtautly on h aud alarje and
fcufee Ladlea. Geetlcmon.aod Chfldreo's
Wear of every si jo, kind, ojuallty aad Uoacrlptioo.
.-' Foreutleincn, -
. . AtUSKliMe, . r ' j.,..., v.-. ' v - - '
romtheSuoat Proecb Calf li' the heaviest ktp arid
cowakln. For Ladtcsand Children, .s
- - BUOTj" "'. '" 1
DUSKiNft, - ' .
, " ; . , . ait ma, Jrc, '
Floaty Snlsbed and In great quantities, which will
. . beaoldattb L."ERT RATTH
Ha has In bts employment and ;1 r hi Imme
dlat anpervlalon. workman of lri tv fiallty and
will manofantura enstom ork too. Ol n. 'usbortcst
poaaibl notice. -His work 1 ...
Wnrrnnted Gnod la every re eol.
Tr II will K CAnmA . nlrf ata-n ..f RKKD. BO
Jwei St., sdr ' , A'ats Ca'J Jlrf
Qit' Slmrt. ... Lancaster, octoharo tr.
Tue pitESE.NT pnoraiETou
01 lb Oil." Whit Sulpbar Springs, hav liberally
added to the bnlldlnpa and general accommoda
tions of ibe estate, and hav Sited and fur
ulxbcd the whol nw tb ug:-ailon of
JTjTASTB A5D LUXUUY.Ot
THE CR01SISE WtLL Bli C21 PTT0SA8LE.
THE Scenery of and near-the domain, ba boea
thong'ut to be Ibe.flnost In OI.o, th air la pur
and b'liby, and tba medical propertlewaf tli won
de.fal hprlim, (lotting 140 gallon pr minute. ara
now admitted to po-eesa curative and r.-cuperatlve
pflnce.auprl.r to lb tamed White Kurrmar, of
Vlnrlula. (Torre are attached to tb sublUsnpnt
all the accessoriea fonnd ml th 6rl Knmtner Hol-l
In thecountrv.) The )u and groanit aboat tha
Hotel araspa'clnua and well kepi, and Ih beautlfwl
dilves thruujh thd old frresta and along tb rnaoer
tlcrlvor, are slusutarly allracllve, though fuilv oc
cluded. ...... . '
Arrangements can he made for room, bf addr se
ine . IHA AO HA1ST.I olunOius, Ol.b. .
TT7Por any furthir general tnf-irmaiion. referen
reamavbhad to Measra. Andrew, Vlitxn aV fo..
ClnrlwaaU.or to kleaera. Fatnr, pf th Nell Donse,
and Ka.sey. nfthe American Hotel. rolnmbu.or Mr.
II. Chamberlain, of lb American Hotel, Dataware.
'F.irtract from Hfisra's Hlalorv of Ohio.
Tb fountain ta a moat remarkable rarlorlty, and
rise from Ibe bad oftha Si-toto tbmuvh olid rock.
.twaa Brat discovered In IrOT. while honng inr aats
water.a hole about two and a half loebe In diame
ter." Tbe operatore had ntoroed through bt nlne
tv fet of aolld rock, when tba auarar sudd' fily lall
iwo fet. and np rsbd wllh ewal forcd a stream of
strong whit anli.bsir water, which, haa eontlifd te
ria with iu original fore and violence te th fire
sen' time. Experiments have show aom cnrioo
mnhK among whicb wa that of placing n air
tight lube In an upright position, on end blng tn
aorled Into the hole, whan tbe water- shot out of It
top wilb aa mech force-a whan lsuiar. from th
rock beneath. Thwnierfdrivrn upward by lie own
i-a; Itatrmpemtnrc l.V dtree. and Ha deposits aa
lb ground around a very heavy wblta depoat-.
On ibe grounds ol the establlahnu-nt la a beautiful
CfcHtv oral Spring, having a iemtrar or 47 deg.
"Thl ptar ha every, natural advantage thst csnb
devirea for maxiitg it one 01 ine gveawpi ruacoa m
resort ror aeail ana reetwmionr wi m monn
ulna. Frm present i'jdicaUoo. It U evidenllv des
tined to become so." - Jn6lC,!S56 3mC
CHOICE OF GIFTS!
WW ETtE AFTER every purcbajei bofoie purioasirj
Mabooka n nia own , j. .' '
CHOIf B OF OlFTm -. ,,f ,. HASJlbVS
CHOICE OF GIFTS ' AT ' BAHSVS
RA W. v!
lift irfARKET O allDCKlF.RS.
THE KOTAKV CLOUCUTTBK artll reduce yonr
ground to any required tilth, tn anyoondliloa oi
soil, whother wet nrdrj. It will cut bp clods W any
else orreqoireddaplb, with far leaatraetios than the
barrpw.wbicb atbatonivtra(lhm onieesurlac
while th'eharavv roltr often roll tbemundar It.
It la th only ImpUmant that oan put heavy ar
eloddyland In order for the drill. A model may b
aaenatthatoreof J0H5 EFFI5CER. alatn Street,
who wtllreeeive ordrror tbe maohlne.whlob ma
baliaturnad If aol approved. -.i .
J0H"T IFFIHGER, Acl.
Lariaaa'.er.Febrta 18. led T SHI -
O. X.' BAtlsrW. . 1 T. ml. WA0RnAta, M.
DVIS ak WAG EIVIIA LS,
ARE Partner lo the prtte'of Medlolne anif
and Surgery. OFPKjB In Or.'Wageuhal' old
omcosoornarof Broad and WbUof S treat, oppo
(Itatbe Kpiao, BalCbarcb. - .. . .
Bldcs - bfor' ,
laaesstax, , SB,lBj7-4vf- ; ' ' ,
rHoir;ii of qiFTa ;.. at;
CHOICE OF GIFT . , AT
raotr.H AF OTFTat - J AT
r I'HOICB OF U1FT8-. AT :, Hi.Tt
CHOICE OF GIFTS ' .JIT Jf A t K v r
- CHOICK Or GIFTS I ' AT' "" BAKNKY'a
. great amkkjcais etTrmon hocsf.
wber the gift. envMrlarlos-Pf JEWFI.BY.ar-:, AWT,
VARYnG IN VAU'B FBOM 7 CKNT TO TWO
nuSPKFD DLt.t BS. r alwas n EXHIBITION.
IN AMPLE SHOW CASES- 0r Vmyr IWrlmlva
1 atalogu. eanulnlnr a lari vari'tv of Booke IB
vrv dptrtmt-Bt of Seianr nd l.liratv, (all of
whb a are seld at vglar pobHsbev'a.prie,..) end
plalnlni T00H5KW AlV'&';"?JIJ'l:
lowlnw vvj porcbawu- BIS OWI CHOICE OF
GIFT, andaettlng fnb ano.iialld.lndeivianti
AGENTS, will b aent, poet pa'd . rrv Individual
on pllellno. AddPMa, BAITS BY. Agent.
July S, lMR SmlS Bo. DJ Broadway, 3w York
a. a-poijr '-; geo. abami
DOAivTE ifc ADA3IS,
Foreign and Domestio Liquoror
lBln are, vTheellai; Tatf
Jalyl,lW3-lj .s. .1, j j'.i
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