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CITY OF IANCASTEE!
WHXO STATE XTOIyIXNATIO.WS ! Ji; ya oiiRiiott, :; J : j , ', NELSON BAttllEHE. :.; ton miuTi oorkimoN, .. -- i ! ... , , IS Ab S. AliLfiN. , ma TKtnDia or ititi,' II E N R Y B R A C II M A N . i rn ikhiurT n iTii, ... h B LS ON ,11 . . VAN . VO RUES , foil oKFnr., V I L L I A M H . O I B S 0 JJ rntt - en pnaK junne., ' ' fr.ft A N K LIN T . - B A C KUS. ' fc ' roe1 ttnaVn or rustic woriiiS id h n.waUdell; Fon Scuooi ComiiokPbohb' Cakpioati J LQR1N A8PpW8:L14':' tliiirsdar Jllornios, Aus.ll,tR5a. L. R4ii.04D.ME?Tiiiot.--AB .enthusiastic meeiinff of the friends-of the Hocking Val- ley Railroad ass'cmblsd In Siijar tifove oh! yesterday. Col. Sharp And . Dr. 11. Shoe- maker presided, and able and convincing addresses were delivered by Messrs. Me Jill rid Borland. ' The frioflds of the Toad sre wide awake Iff that section df.lHe county, and exhibit determination: to pdah the work forward to a epeedy completion. TI? meeting at Cnrroll( on last Satur day, was" well attended, and able speeches were delivered by Gov. Medill, Judge Chaney and Gen. .Reynold. 1 The feeling exhibited was elrongly in favor of epeedy action., '-'. TELEGRAPHIC ISTLLIGX CZ. Arrest op M. - CosfA.--Outrage on Hie kovreigntyofthe Porte': The arrest of 51. Costa at Smyrna was a lugh'Tianded out rage' on the BovTeigtity '' of -Turkey. M. Costa, "ex" aid-de-camp, of Kossuth, had just returned from the United Slates to Smyrna, fcnd was at the house of a Sardinian, con cealed. The Austrian ieonai, TM. Vek liscker, patting knowledge of this, had him wrested under the pretence that he was a thief, and he was hand-cuffod and ' Carried on board the Austrian brtjf Comet, Captain Schwartz, which was then iii port. All ef forts nvide by European esidents and na tives.SidedbvAli Pasha, to have him de livered over to the local authorities proved unaviilinj., Tite next dny the American frigate St. Louis arrivod at Smyrna, and the captain of the Vessel, on hoaring of the circuinUiinJj,' accompanied by the United States C jiuuf, lin nidiately " went on board the'Auatriati ship, and demanded to see and converse with'M. Costa, beloiving that ha was en: Itled to the protection of the rjov ernmant of the United States-, The Aui trian lieutenant, then incommind, denied in poremtory term' that therowas any pris Hner on board, and it was only after nn in- tcrvie w with the Austrian Consul, M. Yek beckcr,,that it was admitted that M. Costa was on board, and permission given to have an interview., . .. . -.- I..: ...... - . 0:1 gjing" oil board the Austrian vessel liie ' ascond timj, Commander Schwartz was in command, whom the Captain of the SU Louis ,adlre3sed as follows: "When I cimson board your Vessel, n short time ' since your lieutenant lied to in heel ' The meanest of my cabin, bays would not have liwn irniltv of such cowardice! ' Where is he prisDnsr! I wis'i to sea him. - Aj Cju enandor 'Schwarta hesitated, ,tho Captain uddsd: "Bear in mind . that if the prisoner claim my protection, anl has tho slighte night to i(, I will remove him . myself, and wot allow him to remiin another moment on boarl." ' Tie interview djmmdjd was acceded to, but pufortunately the replies of the prisoner to . tub iuterroj stories of ihose who would save him from , the grasp uf Austrian tyrauny were" euch 'as to show ithatho wm' not entitled to djmsnd tho pro ttection of our government, and tlio Cap itiin' .vas compjllud to loatte him to the ten iler mercies of afl Austrian drum-head Court 4uarii.il. and ere this, in all probability M. Costa has suffered the extreme penalty ot .Aukrian tvrannv. The ffSiJant conduct of the Amiricani captaiu has elidtsJ the high t praise from the Europeans at Smrna nd when it becauii kn'iwii tlut M. CosU rem thiod a prisjnar o.l board the Austrian vessel," tli 3 lulIiatH would hava burued the 'Consulite, had it not been strongly guard d. As it was, they attacked threo of the Austrian midshipmen ' who wjre on shore one of whom was slain. ' Ali Posha, the Turkish governor of Smyrna, has protested against this despotic act, and sent a courier to Constantinople to lay the affair before his . gove rnment. (7"The citizens of Wilmington will eel ' nhrnta the comsletion uf the C. V & Z road to that place on the 1 1th, to-morrow. We have received an iiiviutioii, but ennnbt find time ts be in attendance. The ll fMie an says that steadily - and persoveringly without "noise or confusion," tits Board of Directors have gone forward ' with this great work, o vcrcoming all obsticles thrown in iheir wav. surmonntiiu difli-sulties which 4 , a have impeded and evon stoped tha progress of other roads, until they have almost a chicved the work of building ninety mile of the first-class railroad, and'', Blocking it with necessary machinery. . The construction of the road is of tin utmost importance in tho country through which it passes, nnJ at' the several impor V tint points along tho line, it " is 'highly appropriate that this completion be cele brated. - '. : !. A New Tbadk is Slavks is refered te by o Havana letter writerj who says that the Indians of Yucatan are Married into Cu ba, to be sold to sorvitude. The BritUh Govcrnnient has discovered the agent In the business, ami had him arrested. On the person, of thi3 agent were found the terms of agreement with iheHivana dealer, show'ing that twenty-five dollars was to be paid for every male adult Indian, and wo men and children in proportion. Santa Anna, it is furlhor stated, has made a per emptory demand upon Gen.' Canedo for the immediate libration and restoration of the kidnapped Indians. " ' ' - The EABfnqOAS at .Qcxixi. On the 15th u!t. a severe shock of air earthTiiake Was 1 felt at ' Cumann, which destroyed a number of houses, and over three hundred persons were' hurried in .the ruins. Cum ana Is the capital of the province ol Cum ana, in Venezuela. It stands on a sandy plain, on the east bank of the Minzauares, nenr the mouth of the Gulf of Ciirano. Its pnpulition is ab jut 12,003 or, 13,000.;St has'sufTored greatly at different funis from earthquakes. It is tho oldest European city on the new continent, being built by Diego Ciistleton, in 1jJ3. In 17d it was almost totally destroyed by an earlhonike. on which account tho houses since built have been generally low, but many of the buildings are quite handsome. Arrlral of Ui Bslllo , , . Nkw YoBk, Aug. 8. The steamer Baltic, with advices from Liverpool tothe37th alt., has arrived at this port. . .The sales of cotton for three days, were 35,000 bales;of which speculators took 100 J, and exports 6000 tales. The demand was pood, but was freely met' by holders, and the lower grades, suithtly docliucd. Fair Orleans is quoted at Id; middling di 6d; fair upland do. 6; and middling do 0 1-1 (id. At Manchester) thers was a good demand for goods, but prices were unchanged. Cotton advanced at Havre 1 franc, and Orleans Tre ordinarle is quoted at D5 franca. , The demand for floor at Liverpool was ac tive at full fates. Corp bad sligiitly advanc ed. - -. . . . ,. .. ; Western canal and Ohio flour Is quoted at aSaffl'JSs Cd.. ; - ' Lard had advanced Is per cwt. , - lieefand pork were in inodnrate request. Consols had declined to 9398 j. Richardson & Bro's Circulur says Mon day ; Flour advanced 6d to Is since Friday, and wheat firm at extreme rates; on Tue day the market was moderately active, and tine samples of wheat advanced Id, which was sustained.',' Mcilenry quotes beef and pork more ac-' tive. but at easier rates, ura is higher. '. ' The transactions In flour and wheat ex tensive, at very firm but not higher rates. . Slakin quotps an advance in flour of Is; and in wheat 2d 'during the week ending Tuesday; the market closing less active. There is nothing jurther -of a doCMive character from Russia, but the difficulties were considered as ended. The accounts from, the English and Irish crops are favorable. Arrival f the Mlnsara. " Halifax, Auir. . The Hcimtr Nisgsrs wi'h dates fruw Liverpool, ta the 231 ulU, has arrived at thil port, rranirod that Costa should be riven ud lot Cheeao! ClieesrTi Cheese!!! the French Consul. until the' Freneh andf- Tt'STrs-, Esalnt ot Ert'ih P(tVr fi ! American Ministers at' Constantinople, should settle the affair. So Costa was sc- LOOK AT THIS: IJZ " '-.'Dsnntstoun say, . rdingly landed in cb.in. and .seated by kinds obTsadstufTs had con.ider.bly sdvan- A mencsa marines to the French Consulate hl.y , - .U. U.llLii-ttai'. - - -- " x . Uaj fi, 1H..J. nd s larire busioens doing. Flour bad advanced 9d to 1 Pf bawl. II quotes Western Csnal st H7s6d; Piiilidelphia at "85d-, and Baltimore and Ohio HUGH Gd. Wheat advsneea aa i? jj per butnei, and white is quoted at 6s 3d and mixed at office The news from Chins, by this arrival, is Intensely Interesting. Tho dales from the Are are tJ the Hth of ittj. The Uriels have translated the'Eible io- to their vernarulsr language, and published d-d Tobacco and CljarK. A LA ttO C asd sopaHiir lot of tirvrtvt Totaiw, jt. a. hum t .. U UIIACU . ... . ft. t . L . 7. 6d7. I Id. Cor, .."". but quota- ' ZCX iired. vniie and vc low are -- r - Arrejt in New York.Oii Tuesday a man named Joseph tl. Johnson, from Phila delphia, was arrested, in New York, on the charge of counterfeitin,?, onj 4,000 dollars in spurious bills and quarter and half eagles recovered. , Several letters adlrcsseJ to his confeder ates, were found on his person, which, it is expected, will lead to important develope--inents and fuiVher arrests. Another letter found on him was directed to his Bister, who is said to be in prison in Pennsylvania. Johnson, It ucxpected. belongs to the gang of counterfeiters lately arrested in Cincin nati. , . ' ' De ith isLiDeCia. The New York Com mercial has letters from . Monrovia up to June, which announce the death of the lion. II. Teaga. This will be a great loss to the Republic o' Liberia. , Mr. Toage was, with out doubt, one of tho ablest and be3t read men in Liberia. Ha was the editor and proprietor of tho Liberl t Herald, and had filled several of the highest offices in the gift of the people . . .', ;.: . ' " r ; SAt.MON-are caught in great numbers in the Sacramento river, California, , an J are salted, packed in barrels, and exported to foreign and domestic ports. A valuable trade has thus grown u;)' out. of this single item. ' . - '' Amkhican Silk. At Newport, Kentucky opposite Cincinnati, there is an unpre tending silk factory. It employs some half Jozen or more laborers, with five looms, and some one hundred and fifty spindles, con suming annually several .hundred weight of raw silk. The manufactures J are pocket handkerchiefs, carvats, veslings, and plain and plaid silks. . , . . A Hit, a Palpa3le Hit. In tho course of a discussion in the Massachusots Con vention, a good deal was said about the li centiousness of tlie press, whereupon Col. Schouler.of Boston, made a very fair retort: '.A greut deal has been said about the li centiousness of the public press. Now, sir I happened to have a great ileal to do with th e public press, and I must saytli.it the most centiom part ol my experience wim the public press has been in the defence of men in public stations (.ureal laugmer.i I trust Mr. President, I am not out ot or der," (Laughter.) Tennessee. -The first gun from this State, strikes dismay into the hearts of the Loco focos all over the Union. Johnson, their candidate, after a lord fought campaign, is beaten, and t Tie gallant and eloquent Col. Henry, his Whig opponent, is elected Gov ernor of that State. Thus ooens the fall campaign of 1833.' It is not the last Whig victory. The question is no longer an op en one. There is a Whig party yet in tho Union. Its principles snd policy will be as eternal as Iho existence of the Republic. Jour. - -'. . New York, Aug.9. The steamer Star of the West, from. San Juan, with San Francisco papers to July 16, arrived at 2 o' clock, with 400 passengers and 537,000 in specie, and iS'jOO.'IOO in the hands of pas sengers. SM connected witn tne uroiner Jonathan.' '. . The mtilnteamcr John L. Stevens left San Francisco on the 0th for Panama with about 1,500,000 dollars on freight. On the New Jersey Riilroid yesterd iy nsthe passenger train was crossing the Hackensack bridge, somn" nervous gentle man exclaimed, "The drawbridge is drawn." Those in the vicinity were thrown into the wildest confusion, and rushed into the hind most car. Mr. Stetson, a passenger in the last car, became so frigUened that he leaped thro' the window and was crushed. Others would have followed had it not been discovered that the alarm was fulse. tions ars una quoted at3lsr$33. mere was oui " --''" beef, pork and bacon, but prices Were urm. Shoulders were UUU mo prices ueciinuiK. Lard was firm, and a lew sales were made at&3s(3S4s. Tallow was dull and had de clined "to 53s. Rice was actlre arid firm. Brazil cuflVeanged from els to4l. Only a small business was doing in lea. but pn-cc-s were firm. Sugar was fiim. Tobacco was firm and prices tending upwards. JinJim Market Cotton is a shade hieh- er. The money mamei was ey. con sols closeJ ot 9Ji-. CofT je was firm, and Colon'ml had advanced. Sujar was active, and Colonial had advanced CJ per ewt. No-1 thin was doing in tea, and the prices were noroTnal. Tallow was dull. Flour had ad The corn market was firm. American securities were unchmged; United States sixes of 1307 were quoted at 109110; P. fives. 8d(389; Maryland fives, 9JJ97J; and Kentucky sixes, 10Sa ior. ... . ' Trade at Manchester wj firm. . The Havre cotton niarkel opened heavy, but closed firm at 94 for Orleans, tret ordi- Th difficulties between lurkey nnu Russia are considered nearly settled' The Emperor of Russia accepted the compro mise offered by the four powers. Heavy flood have occurred in tlie souin of England, causinzmuch ilamige to crops, and considerable loss of life, but at the lat est accounts the storms had abated. The French Minister of Foreisrn AlUirs, had replied to the manifesto of Ne"elrode, exposing in a temperate, vet powerful man ner, the artifices of the Russian Chancel lor. ' , Later advices from Melbourne say that the mining prospects in Austmljia are lees favorable. Hut provision were active, auu They have also raised the banner of Christianity, and have full possession of Nankin, fully authorizing I'rutestant wor- hip, wherever they have the eontrol. This courseoflhe Rebels has created .immense excitetnent, and the entire overthrow of the Tartaf raCe seem IneVitsMo. NinLifi is represented Id a sfete of ruin, and the whole district in a s': tc of nilarchy. The Rebel were preparing to march upon I'ckin, as aoon as thry would receive some reinforcements from the BotKli. The commander of the Bntih steamer Hermes had returned from an expedition to the sent of the rebellion, where he had been for the pnrpone of explaining the neutral position maintained by foreign powers hi OI.URor. Javimd H!i r,., r.'8w OrU-tn Ftii Kr, Ptiilxtstphii -r'"b. J Jo.. Nu Orlusu Mo- MyB. II. B IILTN'f r.R TU. Ir V.riH.h. A NKW rtte1. rnl t for Stove. Gr!M, IS 11 ranre, etcijuitfacciv Miy It n'rJ it A Kf.Vt sridbMntX'ulMfUet Phris Impi, 4 aiitfiM tor Lxti' work iunr!i in.t racivdal May 18. - ..-j if. h. HUSTKR ft CO . pBlllf-,)--H;'v, f.AR':E Irtt ofV.liita lja, IW4 dn.,Va. Fed, Mttiirx) .ro (irrrti. f hrom Yollow, I.in Mfxl Oil.TurpetiiiuS ttii ii binHc of Vmni.ti tar nU by ir B. IlCNTKlta-CO. Rrxiwn, Pnfir l'.iirl trrtni Uom. st H.B. fiUNTKRaGU. I'lrkrla. Prmnrt, llramly Pihn, Van variety of icm tiiti, f.i t! lowln chat B Hl-lKRkCO. Piwolution. ........ I i , I. ,i...n: II. In. m:tr Hnl-v.inwl copirtnora. Jirifororiljinc nu- ITL1.IU W MIC IVUI IHVII. 0 PIBK. IIIC III" . J . r it' i " . i . i . , I imtm noJrr ttit imii ana ntm of uiani anil of worship, r.-cognizing Jesu Christ as the Savior of mankind, adoption the doctrne of the Trinity, and taking the J en Command ments as tbeirrule of conduct, Brand'. i tli'a iUy diiwlvpd liy mutual ron.oul. Tho hiiaineaa will contirmil liy Maxirntliau Giaoa.who ni srttl. tb. booK. o, IM onrn, fnwa.tor.July 14, IS"A HMra. In the liritiah House of Lords, on the 19th , a .rod aitmtv M Famllvan l Pwkot Bik'ot, for attd thalaia answer, . . au a th ;Ht none ww. n. wain, r- ult., Lord ClaroodoiKtattd in entire conformity with the note published ; Partition Notice, yb the French Government, had been ri- Nathu.;l P Tl iai AlmeJa 1 " turned to the Issl diplomatic nuie ol uoum Teaihu ii. Nesselrode. I tlo11n Mr-CIo rv,f .1w)Sani ' .t ii:n.-io.i.fi;ii h;.wii. I U"i II 11 1 lad innuiii,"--"- j In Partition Fairfield roromott Plots. Gre.ilarraua in Liua narrann. A'fri a lamt t J.n.Ad.ma New York, A112. 6. The astounding ; wif". Oli-rfa .M-nry 4 J'jba frauds in this city alluded to in a Wishing- J ton despatch a fevv days ago, relative to j ThB ,h,vB nand defnoWa ar tier.jl'y aotiued land warrants. The parties -concerned in ' tl;a! lli pMitionr oalai Jy filrijn th rlsika ofc :......IJi K .lUlinnuU .Ad hiai of . Tim a tasrosrt oicnn i r.iM.c...t,. Burenu in Washington. A clnrk co 1 HUUU CMBATia. TAS BTMBK MaiAJ novas ! Ohio, rk tn, , " It BOPEhatJ,,t c.ltr aad aow irrnlc( at tlicl lM'aD llarJitara St iru, eorral lii' nieut of t'nliali, r.aj'maaj a'il Au'rivaS it?rJwT, III of whirh ha to orwa aTrc'-lo Juaxi fruia t maBaiaciurrrr ans lurrintl i ihkiiutb. iiirw". hare rurrha.i'd :!h eat rare, "S t vi ay kr rmea. wbirh iH nat-l turn o in th tiarjtrata llailo ia Lu. a.U.r. ilia alui'k la now lha larjnat vr ',frn'il ia liiaHur, .d ru' iala ha part of tbo feifowina : - " ib boaea ('.Ui.1 Grata Sryinoa; 'a 19 Gorman ateul oat'lj .1 . ,4 liru.h Sfjthoa; , '20 " Aurtttt,'! torn Pcvthca; - (irsin Ciaitiaa, with arjllw-a) . t ' 8A " llay and (irajn Kka; " in 9, 3 tod 4 lino Ki.fka; 3e laaonsd BkorMa;. s - . . . i - 14 . fiickl-a;. . .. I pahf aaoitd tratf naln', M " a IVagoasnd plavt baiaicMt , -21 " ' Uroi.l ahauit) SO Lock caste;- 1 ' . ' " -' ' W Los chains; . m, - ft Wllha v.. i of i.rkr annJa. d, liich th aUaS lion of farmera la ftapcftrV dlroilsd, for tin y rt t do wcu 10 call on r. Hup Dt-loao inoy m naio ' wltoro, aa thoy will avo money it. " NcUin Older, P. liOI'K liaaprnviMa gononl a' aorlmurt for tho 8AI)Dl.a.Ilj. of a t-nrloiy of iiouda ia Iheir lino of luiinoaa, aarh aa hwi ooki TriTuti. Hallraiid P,rrl.iin Tunj;', Iory. ix Hood, Kilvoc and iiraaa Hlna, Uraaa and Mr " Bucli'aa, Ice , of overy gra.ls.Gig Hariwr, l0"?' ahort top Coach iiarnrs.1 do. aiivor and nraao plal4 Haruoaa, I, i. I and 4 long apot, and all ovrpl"d liamnst Sddlr'a nlush, illk do, hog tkln aoaling; 3c8ri Thread; Kd"jlr'a Toola ot cvory dcacrlprtorit 10 which Sadd'ora arc direclt-d aa tbsy vtil save monijy by purchaain fhw rrioc'a tr'tn P. BOrft, as h la dmerioinsa naoii tnaiiutry . iiaTatair:"r er than was erer bard ol btfi.ro in ihoar. pr(' j And now for tho hVOCY AND CARRIAGE BUlLD'KliS; in ihia lir P. BOPK of l.aOaffr. can not bo oircllo) any vthtre n tho wort. Mo baa as hand 40 hidas Patent Da ah Uatlv r, - .; . -1 i , 6U pieces (oacb Ijico, .. . tt . , t., C0OO yardi nail and puis d(!; ' j , , , , 2S P ecoausoiKd Damaak; ' 10 Pieces all woratail, - i ' i ; M Piejia asaoilni CaL R.tinalll, , :. .1 Pifecea drib. b!u and RWirJ Clotlij .. W aa.'l RSam lrd inuilin and beat dllcjl . 24 iiidea enunolfd taathor, JI.'O SitUaailvBranJra apaiirtandaandtneda,- With a varwty of otb r ro3.li too todi.Ta in iau- . -rJ i ' . .t.i C- ..II L. f 1U with his office, snd a broker in this city. i oliio.their eaiiatn psiitioa. pravin tharsinthat par- merale, a'l of which will be or.ld cboao. nnected . tl!loa mt i, id- ib following 'tb-.critwd prsmi'M, i lo thn advantage of this branch ot mpchi hanire to Ionic tl.oir iatorR.ra once, anl give P. BOi'E a calM ... . . holders were roa.izmg enormou, Pro..... M . Cl auU Vive or some one else T in Prp.nch oorts have been opened for , 1 , ...... ., ., .i-uatad i i aa.il r airfield rountv and linovrn an l en- lo The amount of the rand, nearly 8 tyow BdlT. J(i.re Sharkey, Isle Consul at llavani, ;;, ,iMMlt ,;0,,H.J The petitioner. dirur.dihat j baa alo ptooided for the bono and alnwo tf the eonn. puiiliohes in the Times of this morning a ; ntju Ln male J aaU prini-s ajfcilo.vj: To iry, who buildcur ctlioe and tomha. and has 6n hrnd card accompanied with evidence declaiming liUonra ono undividcl on lifih: To Sarah Hill, i for them Kand and paohol Sawa; impaas snd bar tnro occoiiipnii.c i , , t i; OB0 flfll. To Jane Adima, dt.lt .. 6, ti. (.1 and O i'sot X Cat do; Iron u4ll all connection 'With the Lady Suffolk ' JjX lo 'U Mcr.lear, deft. Squares. Tr.br Squares. Sfrf 12 inch; 1 fo 4 1 Ir.rh tr.. amvm iI.m dnrnmpntA niirnurtino- to be . . i- - .. i -.u. T..i.n iv.1..v rti.if.riml a....r Kt leL. amr.oih and forariaScg; IV t ie furnished by him were fabricated the admission uf flour. Ileal. h of Now Orlinua and HI iblla. BAtiTiMonE, August 8. By the mails we hnve New Orleans papers of the 1st. The deaths from Yellow Fever for the week end ing August 1st, atNcw Orleans, were Gfi9. A few cases of unmistakable yellow fever had occurred at Mobile. Washington. Aucrust 8.---The Union, in an article this morning, sustains Commodore Stringham and snys: "Wo maintain that, as commander of the St. Louis, he is not only authorised to resort to amicublo inter nosition.but that it was his duty to his Gov ernment, to exert just as much power as was necessary to arrest the Austrian out rage and prevent its consummation .' 'a'onMaa.oe Kleetioia. N,stivitLE, August 8. In twenty-four counties heard from, the Democrats claim a gain, on the vote for governor, of 1,000, and the Whigs admit a. loss ol S00.- 1 lie result for governor is now1 considered doubtful. the Whigs have gained one congressman so far. ; ; - .'- , , North, Carolina Ideation. RALP.mti, August 8.Irt tile third1 district, Ashe, (D ) is elected; in the second, Riiffin (!. ) is elected; iii the fourth, Roger's (XV.) Is elected by C!) in ij. over . Venable and Lew is, (lis.) being a VV'hig gain. There Is iiotli ing reli;iblo from oilier districts. . ' KeiUnoWy K.lei'llnn, fce. LotitsViLE, Saturday, Aug. G. Barren county voted in favor of subscribing three hundred thousand dollars to the Cincinnati and Nashville Railway. Trie Coiigrcssion' al delegation from Kentucky stands five Whigs una five Democrats. Thero will be a Whig in ij irity in both branches of the Legislature. . ' ... Mfssium Election. St. Louts, Aug. 3 Jackson, (Benton, author of tho famous Jackson resolutions, is elected to Congress from the third district; Curotlura, Whig, is elected to Congress from the seventh dis trict, and fid ward Bates is elected Ju Ige of the Land Court. . Korlll Cm Una Kl.nlloli. ' Ralkigu, Friday, Au2. 5.Wage county riives Rogors, Whig, for Congress, 1,2 19; Venable, Democrat, G13. The same coun ty last year gave Leed, Democrat, 1,5G1, and Keer, Whig, 1,100. Tennf.ssee Election. Louisville, A ug' 5. Zollicolle, Whig,' is elected to Con gress from the N ishvilla District. Johnson,, the Democratic candidate for Governor, is defeated.. Marine Memoranda of Lioiitnino. Thunder and lightning siorms, the present year have been fearfully active on the sea as well as on the land.. T.vo ships and their Cargoes, and also a, sloop have boeiv wh olly destroyed by lightning, and a ship' loaded with cotton set on fire and. narrowly escaped destruction. ' Thero are, doubtless,-many vessels destroyed by lightning that go down In the deep and are heard of ho more. The New York Herald gives a list of 24 vessels which have boeh struck by lightning during the present' year,'and all "more or less In jured. . It is said that ii no instance has there been loss of lifo in a building or yes ael provided with metallic tiglrtrriirg conduc- . tors, while iroit. ships, irotf building; steairt- ers ini stdamboa's, all afford protection a gainst lightning, and thore is not to bo found " a case of loss of life by lightning in an Iron ahip.iron building, steamer or steamboat. m.u MntTisn. Remember.that a MASS MEETING of the . friends of the Hocking ' Valley Railroad will be held in thin city, on Tuesday the 16th of this month. Kemem ber, that this" Road traverses the finest min- eral region in the West; and its completion is calculated to do more towards increasing the business of the locking Valley than any ther improvement that can now be made let there be a full attendance.. .The theet - jnVg will be addressed by Messrs. Dennison (attdNoHorColartibUs';; Odd Fellow's Cb leu ration. A' Cele bration of this order takes placo at Findly on 'nwrsday, ho 1 lib Inst, 'i'is Courier ays of it; Preparations are boing made to' triako it a fine affair, and wo hope to see everybody here atr that day. The Kov. Samuel L Adams, of Kentucky, will deliver the ad dress, upon the principles of tire order.- ' lie spoken of as en orator, in the highest terms. Let all come mm nere ior inem solves. -"" . J 'i-". ' '"':' '. ? : AMKRICArf S-CIENTirltf AsSOC?Ufl01f. F. Streeter.' J. Tyson, C. Morfitt, and Dr. Steiner, of Baltimore; David S Capron, of Annapolis; Prof. W..W. Turner, Captain . .. IT CI U E1 f . tl U.-.ln-tt.-l nasinran, v. o. iwjr" "'"i., J-. A Dahlyren, T. A. Jenkins, U. S. Navy, A Mnrilnen ..A. U. I'enuieion, ii. n- Schoolcrsft, and H. W. Benham, of Wash-iuo-ton citv:Beni. Hallowell, of Alexandria; A. Talcott, W. W. Austin, Win. Bascoii and Rev. Thomas V. Moore, of Kichmond, Va. j N. 0, Webster, of Portsmouth, Va., D. Wentworth-and i. J. B. Wright, of Carlisle Pa., have beeni elected, .members of the A merican Scientific Association, which nret at Cleveland last week. r Gold in Iowa. A paragraph in the Clay ton County, (Iowa) Herald mentions a re port that gold had been discovered in Hardin county, and that numbers of persons had gone thither to seek itv It is added, howev r, that the specimens of gold found are of inferior-valne. ' ' :; ' ' : Ya ' "'I have a . good ear1,' a wonderful ear," said a conceited musician, in the course of .conversation." -a ': . "t--' .i- :-. '.-' "So has a jaekass," replied a-bystander'. V It O T ECTIO N Fire, Marine and Inland " I S U R A AT C E i'OHPANY, . OF TIARTFOalD, C0XX.t : ' INCOBPO RATKD 1 825. TtORD OF hlltKCTORS. i r. iii'. Mil). IMI. NUHTIUM B SIT.'.KV. j '.ii'vv Mtui'ft fo.v.tV. KKi.t.inn. vv. imiuhuinp, i) tv el. i;K, i,, niMMMiiiKv, t. rb'.knap, tVM IHIMM, ' II HBMIBI. - n. fl,BK. NV.TIIRALI., I., ii 1 1 it .I.. iv.a.wAnii, IV.ll JVM. i.i i.ii. - - D. W. CLARK. President, WM. CONN'F.tl Secretary. ' . Tho aitonlinn ot nrntiei-tv holjon la rivmnrtfnlly cillod to the superior ailvan'agoa for Fire, Marine, and Iiland Intnranre oir.iredby tha I'ltOTKUTION I.NSUKtMJK. CU.11'... Tho unJorshrned has boen furnished with blank policios, signed by tlie olhcers of tho company! also with lilar.tr renewal receipts, for continuing policies already iiauod, and is duly authorized and prepared, aa Agent of said company, to make insurance for any pertoJOI tune, noi leas lliau mn muwii nor greater than invsn- voars. uoon bifildines or their cont.-nta. oc- cupiod as jfuicllingi, Miore, iVarthotiscs, Chureha, llotc'i, Bank, Court Jloutet, College, tee., fee, andthoir content agannst IjUSSS Oil DiM- Af.F. H Y 1-lltli. alio, on usr uoTjna. OnaCKHlKS. AfAXUrAC'TlR0 tiORDS, JPnODO-e, llousEiuit.i FtfrnriTirmi, Liv Stock, and eve y other description of AlKnciiAKiitzn and FKnaoirAL Phopsirtt. ah'ippodorto be shipped per good Ste-am-boat or boats. to and from points tin tho Western Wators, or brjtwtftn Eastern Cifies; (v' Lskes or oth er inland route, and any town in the Wrstorn country a;ainai ino nazavus 01 iniana iransporrarinn. Also, on Shipnrents of Goods, Ware and Morchan. dise. tier enod vessel or vessels, "hotwoen New Or loans and Eistorn ports -betweerr Now Orleans and other Gulf ports between a'l Amei lran ports and English or European ports, or to any other maritime port whatsoever in the Atlantic waters, against the Pwiil of the Seal, at Rates qf Premium a Low as thine of any other Responsible Institution. lETThe attention of Merchant la espeeia'rjr re quested to the superior urrVantagea and convenieiree of insurance at hove, under an"0en Policy " cov ering shipments by ipecino enaorsements, or unaer . unmimi'i PnZiru. ".coverlnc all shimnents what ever during any agreed period it current rates of premium charged by other companies for tcconnt of lv adiusted under the supervision of the undersigned , . . l .-j vi i u.ni. r.,n ;. M U.MV,, Additional new per Kteuinrr M- It i reported that the visit of Louis Na poleon and Kuijcnia to the Pyrenese is post poned, owing to Ultf peculiar siiuauuu ui inc Empress. The Paris press consider tne r-astcr ques tion ns definitely settled. A large number of persons had been ar rested for being implicated in the supposed conspiracy to assassinate the Emperor nt the Onera. The whole number arrested now is 200. - It is stated the Russian Chancellor told the French Ambassador, who presented the proposition ol the four powers, that the Czar will welcome the arrangement held out for h is acceptance, and the only delay in com-nletino- the nesratiation would be occasioned by the necesniiy of obtuiiiinj the consent of Austria, which is said to be already on tne ivnv to St Petersliuri'h. A rumor was circulated at Taris, that the American Minister at Constantinople had addressed a note to the Porte, onnounciug that tho United States would support the Turkish integrity, and henceforward would cluim a voice in the adjustment of European affairs. '.'!.'. .. " It was tclegrapTicd from Constantinople that n conciliatory note had been issued by Richard Pacha.calculated to bring the pend ing negotiations wilh Russia lo a speedy conclusion. - ' ' The Ensrlisli and French fleets were still in IJeeikaBuy. ' A semi-official correspondent of the Lon dou papers says that the conduct of tlie com mander of the V. S. Ship St. Louis, at Smyr na, had excited Indescribable indignation in the minds of all tho r.unsuls mid well-dis-nused population of dmvrna. It is also stat ed thut the Austrian brijr of war Is continu ally hovering round the' American- corvette. An American steamer was cxpccieu ui Smyrna soon. It was considered that Captain Strirtgliain had expressed the sentiments of the Ameri can Government,' irt the course ho pursued in regard to the Hungarian refugee. A domicilary visit liucl ijeeajnu.ie io uie correspondent of the Londun TTirr- al Vienna, and scvofel arrests followed. The Austrian cabinet had received a tel egraph despatch from Berlin, dated July 20th, stating that the Czar had actually ac cepted the proposal of France and England. This caused a decidod improvement iii the French and Enslmh funds. Seven cirt loads of Hungarian prisoners had recently, been brought into Pestlt. Their oflVrtse was not known. - A despatch from Milun says mat tlie rtus trian police were on trial for a projected in surrection in Central Italy. The blockade ol the Swiss frontier, uy Austria, is still continued. The Bay or Tunis huh proiuiiitra tne ex portation or Breodstufls from the Barbary States, in consequence of an apprehended deficiency in crops there. The .Steamship Atlantic sailed at noon to-dav for Liverpool with 148 passenjers a- :j',ni 1-, f0fr id awir i moiig whom were t,i KiiTland. and Spain, A. Soiilo Sec'tv, W. S. Campbell Consul to Rotterdam. Hn. W.J. School craft alid L'idy of Albany.' Hon. S. Wads worih of Ilufr.ilo. 'I he Clipper ship Sover eign of the S.as, and Charier of Londtn, for Melhorne Australia, at 7 pounds per ton at ihe wharf, and it has been agreed if she docs not make the passage quicker than any steamer on tlie uirin ui i)non ur Liverpool, two pound ten should be deduct- Miranda KUon Ktr.wr, d-tt. oie fifth in common or I Pat.bit, Moulding, tc.do; l;.lchof and Ilirjihbrn, mio-tonlU t, e--h in mvrlaltv -tll IO 'W lionen iron ans vtw.l lliar-M: linrm anil i m.ia, " - M,-flarv wi.'nw.i .'fl...! w-r if.Ihn whole an'line ; ooliais: Slnrtico and BOre!l v maen. ami;. or m. aid dofia. will uk-. nitii-e that in I petition i now ill com? nn fo be Mr. Buchanan Minister i heart .1 tin-- tumt Ortobirr ter thsereM lor tins year at. m:i,;-iu, i,. '' la'3. h -n trtion will I dananicd as ai .rwaul. mi. ..F.iir. ni'iiw." , - ., ,. ,.nrfv a.,..- r,.r PA ili.-.nara. iv a r..r.l..il I j. a. j- July m:h. Vtji. i.n:i i:Kiti:tryrE StfyM3at Pavilion. u.it. ti. i. i.'.ii rn.,1,1 h a.li-d four arnro and ten oth er ariirlea in this important branr h oi indutrrr, hot . autiioe il to aa, 'ul Ih ai ppnifin tall on P EOr, and he will take pleasure in.hnwing ll.eni his goods ai.J acll cheapor than ever vrhien svi'l satoniah th natives. A xe.tri ia Uie HftoemaltTra. P. BOVK has o band . ft1" lot of Boot Mororctf! Kri'nch Mororcofor Udies: A '! tiadpa; laeting larksf Va a-jrla ntnt arid common o g awl handloai Pin eersand Shoe Hanimerai kod. trr"", Une and kiaekt i vi. . t I'L- .n.i Hull' .l,mi do: together lo with mamr ollrer thinzs 111 Ihis tine, wnicn are onexen VTELSOS St CO. iske pleasure in annoujr:roj to I !!, marry olher things iii Ihis line, 1. the cltlna !! I anew cr ana aiirijimuing , cneap. r'limrv thit hivt-a- located tln-'r l)jnrrenivpe 1'a vilu.n on tin ftortn aids 01 ine. ruuui, ji.i-ir, r(l.i.rtiilh l.oi.V Out! P. liOPE wants vw to Ira1 for, h;m: all hl sleifgs i .... m-v.. A e.mv fjtrli.m, saruir Ml k.:TW-m Ol at 11 tilOAA i BosTONTAug.- C-Patrick O'Donohue XeT. - -& T was arrested a! the Adams . Huse,yerterd.y Z ""loyou tha, ,,on Jit 1 -P afternoon, on a warrant charging hi... with whi,0 LUe. hn,,lh ,i opponanrty Urn. H.v- B!j?M; sending a letter to M. Treanor, .ccepling inna. 'X;hft rX . V a challenge to fighladuel Mroewliere ' '"" .tuS lON SfuRt. J - ir l - V II enrlu tliu mornillf. F" il.uili;il3ar " j - r- lis morning- tu( , atyleand ilchnewof eaocution not inferi Rogers, ot the i or , ,ny evar taken w.t of New city, and far . ! .' Hi. was taken Deiore justice .toi.-ri, ui mc . . , ,nv i.i; i- -...I n-nve ln.il iii ihe atiiiri i.f ' aunt-rior to snv ever tattim in Southern Ohio. Aa Sand i'n tl. meantime to keep the , $X?&&& W S " Ifl . . L ..tkl..la.aaa ill I - , 'a. 'l S I peace. 1'atrii K J uououuc, iiuviuuk-a ' i of various ie", also viowa nl m-.ii.ungs, i-inajrap': Pilot, becRme In Donunian. A warrant is also out for tho arrest Trconor, who pave the challenge. He is commander ot the "Meagher Rifles." of . . t ! . .... r, In l.a n Vfill. mis city, nu . , nn 'iuocu w -r ... r - - - nn(M Chester, for wind place ne leu mis morn- , u . ul furuilUeUof tnB le j and Scenery, roppim taken r.f fafUorT-rfype PanK nf 1 ines and Scilpinre Likeuesea of cliiMwn liken in Uir wealr, Dtiivie.ii inaj uuuia oa v v m m. and t 1'. M. a I f I'ii-ltire nslow ns tl.2"- H. l-oat aiortetn caaM avi 'onu iuvn .n-in w O'Donohue's friends caused his arrest as the only means of avoiding the meeting. Halifax papers of the 3d, are at hand. The sloap-of-war llecatur, of the fishing j'iun lron, is reported to be iu the Gulf of Canso. , , ... The E irlof Ellesmere arrived at HaliTax on the 3rd. A sea serpent, 20 feet long, had been seen of McNah Islund. ' I)..t''s from Newfoundland of July 15, state that the fisheries were in some cases an utter failure. onreiSuiiahie terms. .Aug. 4. 13. Dr. tinyaoit'a Iinprosrr.l Kalrnct of YELLOW UOCR AMI S ABS A PA BILli. IS NOW TIT UP IN Till". LS.WJKST zed Bot t!8a, and ia ai-Un-wle -J to ha tbi r.o -AUS-lPA-R1I.I.A mide. as h ertit'n?d by- tiie M.'ii!iErri. I uura it has perforni.id. In original copiss of which . mi . .1.1. anililtllDOSalonoi Ii" ' r..,-" -" - ..r ...r.uw, Z,l!tr.svit.I.n, August S. ins io'isiauie i . ,ho;,avTR!t nJ OKI'jn L arilcle. Kiatntid Imd r on thff Central IilVHy. of Washington township having a warrant ,.,.u;,,ai n mm who was working on the Central Railway, in that township, proreed eil to nfike the arrest this morning, accom panied by Mr. Ward, a respectable- citi zen. In atftfit'.pting to arrest the man, a por tion of the laborers attneked the CoDStabld and VarJ, ami beat the lalter till his recov ery is deemed hopeless. - The constable escaped. When Ward The Medicine, WVn us"! sc-ordifjtn directiona, Till Cure, Without I ail Sf-itoTur. OR Kivos Kvn; C'A-s-r.r.s, Tvmo?s, EKWPTtomorTHK Skiv. KnvsircLas. Chsos- IC, SokE-K.VKS, Kt.OWORM o TuTTcns, Scai.o Hbao, HllKOMATISM, PAI!ra.It thsBoxks oh Joivts. or.n Soavu Ain Ulckp-s. Sju.ijs or d-iic Gt-Auni, KTriniia, DT'rrrits.Si'T Hhiitm, Disk isr op If irt.nvi, l.osr'r f ppsrvrvr. Pi'EAaa ABtni-JS rami rue oar. or ftS...u-v Pa.fr fVTIir StDK AND KuolTf.- wns first knocked down, he drew a revolver j nt,; rji;xEALria;BiLiTr,l'KOP'iY,U'.B.voo.JAo. and fired three balls, all of which took ef-1 IWirevKas- j feci, and one of the Irish laborers was shot The ,,.. f.,, tub llir.n. rli tlio body, producing a mortal ,,i , nral iM sent rm HI r exhaustion, ac ;.'.'. ..... . .1 U.J ' - .. - j J...!.:.,..!- .f,nr wound: anollicr insuman was suui iiiruua" coinpaniea oy mpipon- .i" (," -j i .: , j r7iu.. I .von .lirrhtlv mind. As ilisvrt-r? dechrf in stre.rth. Ihre is a 'JV"? I"?!," mo siHi iiuci , - e v tn,.r.rnervr.'ifsifjrwnr. anl thia rery ii.tuTally im- """""-": wolirrded, BUd lilatlo escape. 1 p,irs the fn-rjy of the mind and disturbs Ihe equa- When the facts were ntaile Itrfo'wf licrtf; ;ItTity of thotempir Kverv candid womin who the Sheriff proceeded to the place; ami has-jha. luffirrerffrwi. lem i!0 complaints iwtll 'lm.tthis lucceld ill arreting three'of the . --i ! -,3 V'p ants. It is stated Unit ten or fifteen were i ,..llitT TBil j, done hv rnewini; thai to-inuin of r.,l in Ihe nssau ton Mr. Ward. ! h,itn and strsnith . th? BLO'ttJ. amino md. ine ac a la ail I. IT. a T ib lr shmnn w.'io was snoi mrousii inc I'or the f.uiis.nitUs. -, N'.w on hand and fr le chaar 300 liirle liirrela: ISdoz Rifle Iiriiai ' ( ' 10 di7. Ilu l.'t M.iul.l.j ltldo. Vi)Krs -Jial Sell firiii filotrnting; 12 Ioz. Hwedsed HamaDem : " . i" , Fide pins, an 1 oth-r fjilurea, all of which mil M so d chap bv P BOPE. i And now to all classes ofro n and people, P. 80PE lias on hand a superior l4 ol every varietv of good., sui'ed for all classes of men. In every rarmty of oe rtinatinai anaw-haniral and sirofMalonal. k senerel Hsartment ol Hirdware ana ot her gooda fot laroiliea ani indlvWnals, So which P. HOPE brs leave. r tpertlully, to call tha attention of hia old custottera, and (he public goneiklly, aaiftring them all, that h will aeil gooes cneantn- lor can tan any oiner nomaaa in this region, aa his rhiUo will toroafter bs Radr pav and amall profile. ' -jncaator, June 1. 1H6J. ; . .- - i j? ?AiitfTELD CO. CLOfKINCr STOEfi' (iEOflGE II. SMITffy ' 4. T hia old stand on main street, between llotSef tt t A. Kut's stow and John I.yon. Baa juat rscsivatt and opened a new and well eeWfed STOCK OK SPKINH ASf) 8CSt5lER GOOt9. It embracee tlie verv beat ofblad.- lrri Bine French -.1 l..l;.L.I.,....l..;.,.. ukirKWillhairiiJ low and made to ordorm tneiareat yies ann oy iiua beat of workmen. Also, a beautiful variety of FANXV CAHSIMEKES AND VESTlSaS. Which have been ehiftd Willi great rafe, fh fh lateat and moat falirniatile paUurus, and cannot fail to p'ease. CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOVS,; Mad.' up in the best manner and embracing e.lat'g variflv. alwayaon hand. , In addition, he hason hand the best of blsclt aatrn ...I .11! V.-.in.. nA a la, oa varintT of lloaiotT. acta- perKion, lunmiorriuei. cravsi ana m a worn u u.o articlei usually kept at auch an atabllillmeut. - Ilia long e-ip rience in llio business enables him to purchase the host of Goods and Clotliins allhe low est nto.t, snthat he ia enabled lo give hia customers as good bursitis as can beoMiined elewherS;and ha would aseuve the public that he is not trt be beaten either in the quality ol'bispooda, the style of tna woik or the pvico-'by any other esiahiUhment. . CALL AND tf!E. ' 'r Toe ni t customers of the establishment and tf others who tnsy faiorhim with a call, will End I1111T be says, &d ma goooaot tna Washing: i;..ri.,i,t lnJ oavable in bank funds. oi thetvot. or if desired, atJ.Vcm York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore. Charleston, Hew ur Leans, Ol., mentis, Louisville, Pittsburgh, or any other agreed point in tha United States. . , ' ' . . For turthor Inforrhation respecting rites of premi um, etc., apply io me uuaeituoa. . . ., : . . i P. iyMhtiu, Agent ior uancajiorauu rmsi WM County. Arrival of the Steamer " ton. . New York, Auj.'4, M. The steamer Washington, from Southampton, is put in wi h dates from London to the 20lh, ult, and from Liverpool to the 19th ult. . A despatch from Constantinople slates that Enirland. France and Germany have a- oreed upon the basis of the arrangements fe . JY.- I. . proposed to luismn, io seme auaus uviwcti. that power knd Turkey. . , The headnusrlers ol me itussiau army is established at Bucharest. Kiljhty thousand troops are encamoeu in the vicinity of Vienna, and large bodies of troops are still marching south. Seventy-two Runs of heavy calibre arriv ed at Jassa on the 8th July. Exportaiion or corn had been prohibited from Naples. .. . . ,. ... Advices from St. Petersbliro;, under date of July 9lh', states that one propositiorf for s compromise had readied the Russian; Cabi net; oydafter the receipt of it, the Russian Cabinet has shown more desire lo, negoti ate. - -;' ''.' folerrrnnh desnatches from Corjsfarrtino- ple, Under date of July fith, state toat a min isterial crisis was feared in conserhiettce df the Russian invasion of .l'rincipalities. a pacific solution of the difficulties with Ilus .1. ... pm anted, but no cossatioir of the ' ... .... . .. j preparations for wsr nan laneu pmtt,. oou ri,a nmmnndants.of the Dardanelles porU had orders to permit the passage of the En Mi;.h anil Fronc.h shins at any moment. ' . .... ... .h. liTo nt A formirJaoio coiispiroi .yamoi, . !. . the Sultan, by a fanatical party, had been i discovered, and fifleen of the leaders had been arrested and bow-strung. Their ob ject was to depose the Sulteu, in favor ot his brother, and declare war against Rus- " ' - .l Negotiations were still progressing in the Hungarian Refugee affair, at Smyrna. The lafeat accounts soy that the Attstri- an and American corvettes had determined to fight, arid had actually cleared their decks for action, when the British ..and PVeriffrt Consuls interfered, and succeeded in- nrsventinc hostilities. ' It was afterwards boHv, and Ward, were olive when the Sher iff left, hut both of them, il is thought, will not live over the night. Arrival of the Crescent City. New York, August 3. Tho Steamer Crescent Citv, with dates - from Havana to the 2Dlh ult.," arrived at this port this after noon. Two new war steamers arrived at Hava na on the 20lh for the coast defense, making in all eleven Spanish war vessels now oil the station. - -- Sujars were inactive nnd lower. Molas ses dull. Coffee was scarce, and first quo tations raii;ed from 9 to Sic. fepamsn Hour $S,2o. Lard lUjc. complt.hes this desirable nwilt so sp-eiily " e pleta as -Dr. Guvaott's Improved Kstracl of tellow Doclc and Sirs!.pirUla." l .rtins of nale eomplomnn an 1 rnniitm-.ttve hah.ls. i , gurh aa are d -bilitatcd by those ohstrocttons I ..Mi-h female, are liaMsto, are r?siored, by tha ue ofa hittle ortwr.tohluomani to vigor. Sciofula and fowcr rurea o'j nr. usjshii x, tract of Yil'ow Dork and SarsapirUI. 4 A rnoi TTRrriienber the Place fnr fine C,ti n a Bargain. UKVKI3K H. SiUTU. Lancaster, Artil ?, IST 3 ti c q,.q q Irreclttsr OT PlsrrrrtnfUi! !erTriiatio1i, cufed by Or (51'YSOTTS EXTRACT OS" YBUaJW DOCK INR sJAHSAPAUILLA- Kr.wn practicing physi cian in Elizabethtown, Han-din county, Ky KiizAscTKTOWy. rtb.3. TBTO. J.inn D P.rV Dear Sir: i hae tried Or.. OUY wrrs KXTB.ICT.OK YELLOW IMJCIC AND 5.nsPAtttLLA in my practice for the cure of Dia ordered Menatniation.and find it to hive a very fine elfect. , . . - .... t''(.i-o w-ro rerv alarmine convul sions, which occurred imtuick succession during the . . ' . 1 . I .Cur Ik. a.t.nMH -ll-lr r. .hit "t - - - n , jj B,r.nS'Tuai pJI ion, ,m ' " -' , Uy this nfrival wo have dales- Irom I Ofte. i advisedthe nssofDr. Guysott'i Extract of Olr... Ir. r.n ldih Tho weather Irad been very dry sinc.o the mid'llo of June. - The stock ol Stigor was decreased, but the prices were. lower. , . AV SlaocliiHJI Scce. IrAf.f iMoBE.Fridny, Aug. Ctft. Tlie ex. ectition of Thoniae Corner, for the murder of Capt. Ilutcheitson, being fixed Ior to-day, he was taken to the gallows at half-past e levetr o'clock.' The bolt of the draw-rope broke, and the prisoner Tell twenty-five feet to the ground, and was taken op insensible!. reparations aremamngior uuoiucr n ii . ond the rope was tested wilh a. weight -of 1,000 pounds, and it broke above the head. The gnllows was erected above the jail wall, in full view of the outside, where the seno was witnessed by full SO.OOfJ people. flillteiy Movements. Washingtos, Auj. 6.---Two companies of infantry each seventy strong, have been ordered to the ftio lirende !rom tori Aaams and Hamilton. More are to follow from the Atlantic ports shortly, making in all a force of 1,500 men, to meet the correspond ing movement of the Mexican troops.who, as before reported, are marshaling on the Mexican side of the Rio Grande. Sarsaparilla duringthe incrval . apd my patient has . i.-.l a, raturn ol her convulsions tinreeV.' At tho next period she felt aoroe slight eonvntsive sensation, but not enough to demand medical attention. I remiin yours, C. K. McGILt. q . $ n q c-w if r.. Hicp. I?.it : ftoVnti-o-ow Cfwrinnav'i. A child cured of Ercrrtlcm Iu very fpw day by the use of onlv s pitt of a bottle ol tne yenow uocn ana Sarsapattlla. . . ,, CincitsnATt, Juno H) h, ISoJ. To whotrfit may concern:! hvo watched closely the effect of "tr. auysott's Kxtract of Yollow Dock and Saraaparilla," aa it haa been used extciivnly within my observation, and 1 am convinced, both C .k..mli.n ' -n .1 avnjriCIICd. that it is ot res' IMS.....'- r-fr- ,. . bonofit to the ailltctnd. in tun cases lua-i" niAiJf roil . , r.r trtter Klevator.- Thenndersinedin olfering to triecitizehl of Lain caster and if. vicinity thia valuable mode ol rala Int; water from cisterns and wolls.and tpela confidamt ha can render satisfactiotl t all reanorlable prsDS wantingtiie arlicto; having made Soirle valuable ira provemenu in the Cirrb, Reel. Kbleir, in turnioclh edge the butions on the cljiSn, which adda maleti ally to ita durability and ease in' raising iJwa water; tiny are applicable Id cbterns and wells of ordinary depths, and when properly put lip, are less liable to irot out of repair than any other method of drawing water. ..'Soma of tho - ' lmpoitnut AilvantneeS of trie sllmsre principle, ennsiat in keeplnSthe'-ifAf puna by ai atioo caned by tile revolution 6f the chain when in motion, and the reaction of the water io (ailing fioro the tube when llio reel is stopped, us, gutting the water cold snd pure when drawn, in dis pensing wilh tho ralrea, which era liable to (ret owt of repair in llio ordinary pump, and irt nol freezing in winter. which also prevents tho tub., from cralring; they raise the water as eisy if dot easier than any other mechanical principle. . . . -' . Tho above article la vuaisTto m oe 01 gora materials and wall put up or they will be remoreif and no pay or recompense asked for the trouble.- Thankful for the liberal patronagealready beafoaV e.1, he williendeavor to render n eq bivalent to all who employ him. lleferenee to ariy or all for whom he has done work. Shop ori Maio atreet, CimviU a How. above the Eagle Olfice. C. F. BEVKRLY. . Lancaster, Hay lt; I8id. ' -' WAJTTE0, 7. rieasant lo fblintr. Ohio, a scheo! teacher vbo'is. competent . ' L... t .l .(l',lli Ua. TV r.iitrict No. 7. rieasant township,- rairnlI 1 ......i ail tlio i.i'.nAT nran.nea or in uieuwi catiotl. A g'lod toa:hor can find empidyment for teaf montha in a year at a rood aalary. Information can be had bvailiressintfie iitiiieri!;ned, at Lanrastor. Ohio. OHSAVFKTrKlO.fariceier. , ' i .'' COM'MB'tTSIAND Iltfc'lTiNO' VALLEY FAJL ROAU COM PAKY Uoolts ef ubactiplion to trfo' bMin pr4ild it lias acieo wu-. . . flf (h Colu,nbui ,nd Hocking. Valley specific, effecting enres lbs T nonietni. n e P Comnanv. willl -ned aa lollows. vizi J,uat.'ll"t"1?.m I?, laca was o-e frithrful I At the EwhVngo Blnk of Columbus, at Cqluinbo'. i.; W tuinful to behilJ, and the whole aysroro unaer l0e aireciiua oi anuiaon, jr , u6u.. aore.reMiy piioiu ruvioM', Lxtiaet of Yellow ! proximo. rTyS?,.. I" I AtthsT.lla.tdge Hod... Unc.stor. nnder th.- Pkf.5".";,.! healed, the con- roctionof Cha.lel Borl.nd. AuguU ja,rrmimft rin'rerdlha c'onco a, 'irn At the Amencan House, the .dtaotie. -. v mii-a it ttt si nnnaratLaa-si ui mxvj uw wi sunn s'uinim. n. mm p,'w - "rr riSH White. PSckSral, Trout and Bs for saleby the tbUL ibbl.,bbl..M. ,., WlLrTlTS P-8 ,lank JiniiiMitfii and beautified CUTh'ls is an ur.solirited s'atemont cf a tingle -ass out or many th.t hi. came under my unmed;x o- art bottle,- 0- . . N K eornor Fourth and Walnut at'roete, Ciocin nstil Ohio, Oenersl Agent for tho West, to whom til ordort mutt be adjreaaed- . . For tale by Kauffman Co . and M.J. Kreider, i ri r.i.lloT. Baltimore: P. flane, Pleaaant- ville. Bufll, Holmet Co., Carroll; I. K. Bunderman, Amsn'da, K- A. Daviseen, aari'on, nr hj.ijjupu' ri u Mmlleel: Co.. Romeraati S. I). Buck watw HalltviUe; M. A. Fattetaon. Adolnhl;-Troop m lickaxdt, Cirtleville. Marclr 17 lS.-nw At the CoUoctor'a Office. Ke'tsnriTle, nnda!a . direction of J. VV , Fa'ton, Aufci't 18, proxiBso, At the Auditor'! OOko, Aihent, under tha iiw rion of E. H. Moore, August ln, proximo. At Parrt Hotel, tiiiopolis, cadet first direfcea ef Ptninl Criimjey twDr. O- E Sela, Aujuat ia, proof . At Winchester, under the direcfies of Wm. f rys '"' .. C. BORLAND, , ... ...... v J.DOIJLAXn. ;.'. !""' .' "-' - - 3. W.IUI.TOV .... '.' I',. i ' ' E. il. MOORE, Ju ftj 1863. " ',.. CorportfoTS i IV"? wiper1 -..