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.ti!- OrATTS - Brnu,
ut ti iiaodas Oat.' la;
• The otlibal lighrea - of the election in
this county, on 'Tuesday fist, will be
found in another column. It will be seen
that THE WHOLE DEMOCRATIC TICKET IS
Etntinn, the majorities ranging' from
'lO3B to 1,33. This result, ender' nil the
'circumstances, we maY' *ell claim ash;
:brilliant victory. The opposition, eir
aouraged by their partial successisat fall,
'went into this canvass deterrnined to
win—at least to carry an Important por
tion of the* . dela: To this end, they
organised' Morn ,• thorough ly than ei.er
'beforo=iftuinped!the county nightly for
*Oki—denied the real issues of the cam
paign--slandered OM' Damocratle patty ,
and its candidates without MeasursH
begged and' bought vows ins every 'con-'
war---and even undertook to
cheat the people with imitations of the
'Democratic ticket:' "
But all these tricks and manoeuvres '
Ailed. The Demociiitic dithdldatits, bon
!set. and pure meii, and' sta Oding upon a ;
patriotic, white man', platfOrin, bravely
withstood the assaults of imprinciPleil
617104-litintltig dt u imagogues, and come bait
'of the coifteet with majorities handsothe
oupagh to satisfy may ordinary ambition.
They aro' proudly beistuined by their fel
low citizens; whilst their foul-Moutlied
slanderers are crinthingli, rebuked.
All bonotio the gallant Democracy of
"Little Adams 1" -They made a noble
light, and by 'doing' so; overcame the
most deterrolded and rincdrods (*post,/
tion theiiiirerbefore encountered. '
day's qort Is encouraging for the future.
'Let 'us persevere until the whole land'
ibAll be redoonied.from Radical folly and
Nation and prejudice have again over
some patriotpsio and prudence in Penn.
iylvania; 'the people were fully and
faithfully Warned against the Infamous
schemes ofthe bold badluen who are now
In the aseendapt throughout'the North.
TheYhavealloWed theniselvcste be lin pod
and deluded Into the s u'p po r r meitgu rot;
which lithWtlfffect diSastrou4ly ' all the
liest interists at this nation. That they
wiil raMp the reward of their folly wemer
jly believe; but with Mat conviction Is
mingled thf sad assurance tharthe nation
must sugl* for the foolialui&ii *of 'llioje
who refilled to heed the warning's of biis
torY anitf;the en.rneit' chtreitt t lee.Yif the
I.frisest sitid Purekt 't,iiitesincn of the land'.
The future of this 'country is shrouded
In gloom, and God alone knows how we
shall escape theperils which"noW beset
tn. .Thete tie 'irea'son . to helliie that
the Radiente will exhibll'huire modera
tion or decency in the future the il they
have displayed in the past. The- C neer
ritive people who did , battle so
gallantly on Tuesday are the hope of
the liktlonYand they stand ready to do
efff that Men can do to avert the evils
)rbieb threaten. It ts their duty to stand
by the right. and they will dose as firm
ly In the future as they have in all the
Mir The election over, we shall again
be able to devote a large portion of our
eisceto news, literary and Miscellaneous
Emil ' The Agtieultneal• department
tirW be re-Opened, and na labor dpared to
make It fresh and readable stilt was be
fore the campaign coSnneneed.. "Whilst
due artentioowill'be paid to the politick'
questions of the day—land they will not
keseeto be interesting—we intend to pre
sent such' a variety df matter every Week
1 1 11 /1111Nontinue Tit E COMPILER a welcome
'visitor at every Are-side and 'ln cVeiy
place of business. '
Vitt' Issue, our engattemeni
wrelt t 'iCsmpaign Subscribers Is fat
filed, 'All no doubt can, and therefore
should take the paper'regularly, and we
.rust that before neit7tii.lohday.they will
send hi their brddrs, with the money, for
continimueb.' The' battle against Rad
icidislis must be kept up, un : eresles
shall have disappeared, a. k; country
ono° more restored to old-ti • . ettee and
isrespetitY. In this work TIE
till'.oohttnue to do its whole share.
1..11 • 4 • • I
Sir Th e Radicals felt quite sure that
flley could accomplish the defeai6fßhil
jpltamx, the Democratic candidate for
h by I Maliing an orgainited "dead
*et" at . hlm lit all' parts of the county.-
To this end they had their in3truments
at work everywhere, and induced Cash
man; his opponent, to spend his money
freely, and alotost get down'Oß his knees
in begging' for'lotes. All would nat'do,
however: The 'People 'hare s ensiained
Philip 'Haan; and 'his triumph' is thd
inure gratifying because of the 'desperate
Efforts made to defeat him. • • • '
sarT,be Democratic . majority In Frank
lin township last 'year was forty-sir.—
burin?: thc' cam paigu just 'closed, McCon
nughy to de fbio , - "speechee' hi that
township; and, aS a resdit, the Democrat
ic majority has been' increased to SEV.;
:STY i !Tully"' To? hleConaithy as Tar
ill be went !--tbut wii . datibe hot that four
lane. oT his black and Vindictive tirades;
"refreshments -Would have rt u i
the dents up to one hundred. • ' •
ltrln Philadelphia we have gained
on't'We itenlitor•L!Gen; .MCCandless—
linitUrrm tnemitiets of the Lower House.
" iille - eteetibut of Mr. 1-teitzel in this
etitutty ftiDemoesatic gait. '" ' •
lifitt a that the election is over the
itadlCltt eta are agiln` i,ltdrifeeiPre4 2
elan tigirisir 'real seatiments 'hi favor of
ziegill'itlitits. Cleary' Imb already 'done
smi-ei The refit will Thilow. Many' 'a
tioor white than all Owed hi niself to
deeelyo4 lite supporting the liadicat
ticket on Tuesday last, will regret it as
nng as be tiOes: The negro has become
the pet. • ' • • - '
_ ()Wow; Ind iana Imre gone for
the lindlksk i wa l tunial, but thiD 9 moaata
ba ths Congressman in °soh. •
?fo a m/ ax tAe Fere Polr.—Tbe great
Mit trot** lefic Fair on Friday' re
-4+lllo ifs flii(* . or Sterrett 10 sorer boriii •
"itinealt," he winning the first two fiesta
in 2 minnteit 431 seconds, and t minniee
421 seconds:` Marshiirs ""Grey • Deb"
elide the !lest tf die on Thersaity-2.37:
Sir.A We terms gives Paris 1;1410,030
TILE ASSVLT 41 TIM 1111fAIE.
[FrOtn,the 4 1 erridaY•1
Upon a OM of nearly, if not quite, six
hundred thousand vete" in the State, the
real trujority foe'Oeary will not he much
above that grten for him In this city.
;Outride of this place the votes are pretty
'evenly balanced. The rural districts are
retracing their steps. The people are
emerging from under the war cloud, are
feeling the weight of taxes imposed to
meet the enormous expenses Incurred by
the Radicals, and are disposed to change
their rulers, and thus alter the policy and
aCts or"the. gorerinnek. '-}lnd the eon
test been fought by the Radicals on prin
efple, end' no means timed 'but such ftsi are
sanctioned by an honest regard for the
perpetuity (-K r a republican, representative
form of government, the result would
have heenlartiltibrent. But other agen
glee al.re relied 'Upon to maintain Radi
cal aSeendenc:yi 'Money Was used in pro
fusion. • I The loyal leagues in NI 'sections
of the Stett'acted as the dispensers of mo
ney, and debauched and corrilpted all
who could be reached in that way. • Tills
Is an - expensive mode of held ing, political
power. The contributord tlfe !eagles
will tire of supporting an association
which is intended to enrich * few con
rupt and soulless politicians. The voters
are with the DertrOeratle party. Their
numbers increase each year. In this eity
the poll of•the Eternoerats is fast tisiniminU
proportions , that will' defy colonization
and"othtd . exhibitions "(4 fraud. The
same point will soon be reached in the
State, and then a -fair expression olthe
• 1144enierit of the peop le will be reached.
There is nothing in the result of the
late contest in this State to dispirit the
Demoeratle party. Political power can
not be easily wrested from a party which
has enjoyed it for years and used it for
one ptirpose,•thrt of 'perpetuating the
reign of Radicaligm in the state and na
tion. 'lt takes time to breal the charm
of success, to induce men to abandon old
ideas and associations and embrace new
ones. But the drift' of fhe tide is steadily
And unmistakably in favor of the Demo
-cratie party, and those principles 'upon
Nrhich'ltiOne the States can be reunited,
end that tridon lie made p'erpetual and in
destructible. Each contest the majority
of thd State-Is reduced. • Each election is
A step nearer the final overthrow of the
present revolutionary faction. These are
Iteserts go be learned from the result of
pre eitinte.itthrdtigh' which we hare just
phased, and the people - should ponder
their full meaning.
Pete*!lotion of the President.
WAstriwrrox, Oct. B—The following
I, ) rnelaination has just been issued:
4 Pa' .fresidertf of the United State*?
1 • A - gROCLAXAT/ON :
f AJmighty God; our flelletnly rather,
has been pleased to volichsaf6Xo us as a
people, another year of the natural life
which is an indispensable condition of
peace, security and. progress. •That year
has, however, been &owned with many
peculiar blessings. The civil war that
so recently closed among us has not been
anywhere reopened. Foreign interyetiL
Hon •has ceased to excite alarni of appre'-
bension. •Intrusive pestilence has been
benignly mitigated; domestic tranquil
! ity•bas improved.; sentiments df conell
!RUM) have largely prevailed, and affec
tions of loyalty and patriotism have been
widely revived ; our. mining industry
has been richly remiiirculd t and we have
been allowed to extt.nd our railroad Rya
. teni'far into the interior recesses of the
country, while our mnirrieree has resum
ed its customary activity in foreign seas.
:These great national blessings demand a
now, therefore, I, Andrew Johnson,
President of the United States, do here
by that l'humlay, the :Nth
day of libvetnber next, be set apart and
be observed everywhere in. the several
States and Territories of the lint
States, by the people thereof, as a daf of
thanksgiving and praise to Almighty
God, with due ren34mbranee that "in
His Temple doth every Man speak of His
I recommend also, that on the same
solemn occasion they do_ humbly and
devoutly imßlore Him' to grant to our
National CotNicils, and to our wholepeo
ple, that divine wisdom which alone can
lend any nation into the - ways of all good.
."In offering these national thanksgiv
ings, praises and supplications, we have
the Divine assurance that "the Lord re
mainoth a Xing forever. Them that are
meek khall He guide lu judgment, and
snch'as are gentle shall He learn His way.
'l he Lord shall give strength to His pen
tie, and the Lord shall give to His' people
the Waiting of peace." .' • •
In - Witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the s'@al•of ttie Uni
ted States to be affixed.
DOne at the city of Washington, this
eighth day of October, in the year •of our
Lord 1866, and of the independence of.th
United States the ninety-first.
[L. S.] ANDREW JOHNSON.
By the President: • • • •
''• • • war. I. SEWARD,
• SecretarY of State.
larThat noble statesman, Hiester Cly
mer, has been defeated, and the political
apostate and professional adventurSr,
John W. • Cyeary. elected. The' 'miniirity
tot' the latter !Fill, hoWever, be greatly
beloW ilie'Abolitioti majority of last year.
It *ill be somewhere in the Vicinity of
10,0110, *ilia Tor this ciimparadirely Meng*
majority the Radicals' have to render
thanks to nothing else than to the syste
matic hypocrisy so artfully played off by
them as to blind the people to the issue,
together with the actual defrauding of
PerluiPs 20 ; 000 Democratic voter' of the
right 'of suffisge, by means of the bogus
"Dtiserter ta*," and the onpieeedented
expenditure of money for the corruption
of the ballot box. We solemnly avow it
ha our belief that Iliester Cltmer, and not
John W. Geary, is the rea choice of the
rinCompied legal voters of Pennsylvania.
Democrat. ' " ' "
The Pcnn.vilvania Corn Crop.—lt is es
tinCated that the corn crop ofPennsylva
nia for the preaeut year will amount to
about 30,000,000 bnehels, being an aver
age yield of 33 bush els for each acre plant
ed. Last year the corn.crop of this State
amounted,. th 35,477;108 bushel, being' an
average of about 40 bushels to the 'acre:
Last year's crop was valued at $23,333,188:
' We can hardly credit this difference of
yield in' favor of last year. The crop Is
certainly m good, and eve believe better,
now, than it was then. Such is the CaSO
in this section, and we are Inclined to
think It so throughout the State.
lifirThe Radicals of Buchanan county,
Church, threatened on Sunday. a
week ago,, they would' 'take Rev. Wm.
,Rtish 'outof the pulpit and cowhide
him. They were on harld at the time,
arm l ed to earri out their thie t t. Mit the
stay' got afirothi, and . the raricahi
found About twenty young men quietly
sittlng.itniriediately in front of tae pew,
each 'with ii • navy revolver stratified to
his person. Order reigned:in Mouth Mo
fiat) that day "
Rata ancf c t4e Ina,ther. —in the eonntry
welt and northwest of bayton,. Ohhi, the
rite aid 13tild to be aarining, add apps =
lieSitly migrating Muth wittav%,' indicating:a
sev'eri Winter: finiany placea they ire
so numetond that ekieSr hatie not drily (i.e.:,
stroi6d the tiorn', Ithieetlogiteee 1 thieetlogiteee and ie.'
miiped, but a* enmbifiritle tree .and
destroying the frott. • ;:
DEMOS.IIAM „.. ALEMINIIL ° . ADAM—OFFICIAL
HAXPTON.—Ttie Johnson and PlYiner Whole Democratic Court
meeting at Hampton, On Friday evening!. '
week, was !uric and Spirited. The rut- A ILEXIDER OF wastaituar GAINED
lowing were (he officers:
Vice Presidents, John Geigh, Levi
Chronister, Esq., Solomon Chronister,
Samuel March, David Holtz, Samuel
Hoffheins, Lieut. Win. C. Beek,Slngleton
Eicholtz, Emanuel Chronlster, Stephen
Ileinerd, Michael Harhold, John March,
\‘'in. Bowers, John Moritz, John Lynch.
Esq., Thomas Itt Bowers, Henry Gotta,
Benj. I..eivenaberger, David Chronister,
John Yoh°, Jaeob Brown.
Secretaries, I;loward Dicks, Dardej S.
Chronister. Dr. 'A. Holtz. Dr.' D.: M. C.
White, Charjes rorsyth, 4eretntab
The meeting was iddresdsci in an effec
tive manner by Dr. C. E. Goldabomugh,
IV. A. Duncan, P.m., W. E. Stenger, gag.,
and Dr. D. S. PelTer.
Idotncr Rock.—Tlwre was a One turn
out at Mouut O.ock, In Mountpleasant
iowniddp, on Saturday evening week.
7'he rflicers were :
preski — dent, Henry J. Kuhn.
;lee Pr'esidepts, John Lilly, Esq., Capt.
Thos. Brady, Sunni el Geisel man , Michael
Overbaugh, G. F. Smith, Nicholas File
Secretaries, Joseph Lilly, Egg., J. E.
Smitli;EB4 Jacob Neiderert, Henry
Weaver, Wil l iam Adamit, Peter M. Lit
tle, John L. Jenkins.
Good speeches were made by William
McClean, Esq , J. C. Neely, Esq., Dr. D.
S. Fetter, Dr. W. J. McClure and Jesse
D. Newman, Esq.
FAIRFIELD.—The meeting at Fairfield,
on the same evening, was unusuallylarge.
The following were the officers:
President, Hon. James H. Marshall.
Vice Presidents,Joseph Gelbach, Jacob
Lott, George Fiscal Daniel Biesecker,
Henry Musselmun,,lsaac Horner, Geo.
Self, Andrew Sanders,• Daniel Wood
ring, Jesse P. Topper, Henry erring,
John Sanders, John Ogden, Wm. Me-
Cleat, Zachariah ' Sanders, Robert Mc-
Glaughlin, J3aac Hereter.
Secretaries!; B. Reed, Moses Sea.
brooks, Cupt. Charles F. liinkfe, Robert
Watson, Anthony Peters. W. Ross
White, Esq., Levil). Culp, W. E. Myers.
Speeches were made by J. H. White,
Esi., and H. J. Stahie. •
HEIDLEMBITUG.—The meeting at
Ireldlereburg, on Alonefay evf.niti'g, was
well attended. The ol i tleers were':
President, Hon. 'I. E. Wier mon.
Vice Presidents. John Delapf I.icorge
Bowers; 'Frederick Pillard,'James Miner;
Eli -Myers, Jacob. B. Miller, George
Shank, John Eekenrode, George 4.-
ley, Peter killer. 1 .
SeeretarioN, Lieut. J. Q, Pittenturf, Ez
ra Welcome, Amos Bowers, Michael G.
Miller, George W. Htdrman, Samuel
Belt man, Henry Wlerman.
Telling speeches were made hy Wm.
MePlUan, Esq., 4mi W. A. Duncan, Esq:
ConwELVs —The upper end turned out
well to the meeting at Corwell's,in Frank
lin township, on Monday evening. The
following wire the officers :
President; John Cole.
Vice Presidents, Samuel Bingaman,
Wm. Kahn, Peter Dillon, Jeremiah Sto
ver, Joseph Warner, Joseph Emely, Jer
Secretaries, Uriah Powell, Hiram Brad
ly, Samuel ;Bingaman, Jr., Adam Dear
dorff, George Shultz, Henry Shultz, Jr.
The meeting c. - as addressed by H. J
All the above meetings adjourned with
cheers for Johnson, Clymer and the Dem
MAJORITIES TN THE STATE.
Geary has carried the State by proba
bly 10,000—a small figure upon a vote of
nearly or quite six hundred thousand.
Another such "victory," and Radicalism
is "undone." We subjoin a number of
majorities,' only a few of them official,
CLYMER. C EAITX
Cumberland, 550 , .
. t erks, 6100
4 )atipliin, l3OO
Allegheny, . 8000
Luzerne, , 'B3OO
Erie, • , TIM
Chester, • 2300
Cambria, 1000 ,
Monroe, • , 2000
Susquehuntia, - ' 1500
We deeply regret the defeat of Hon. J.
:McDowell Sharpe, as talented, purehnd
14h-toned a gentleman as ever allOvretl
his name to go liefore this district. The
majorities in" the several counties, as
nearly as we now have them, arc'eub
773 W 0 ,174 - 14136
Vic Election in Ballirnore.—The muni
cipal election in Baltimore City has re
sulted in a greatly reduced Radical tn-i
-jority. The Judges refused to allow any
parties to vote who have been registered
this year. Had this not been done the
Radicals wadi& have been utterly routed.
The city will be all right at the State elec
tion, when the new registration will be
enforced throughout the State.
S When Parson Drownlow was ad
dressing the Rads at the Erie,(Pa.) depot;
on his westward tour, he fainted. A
skunk can endure its terrible fragrance;
a crow delight in carrion, but the stink
Cf itrownlow was too much for Brown
16w! Ye gods, but`ft must be teirlhle!
.4 Mistake in a Barbee : , B:hop.—A
laughable mistake occurred' in, n
mnie barber's shop: , Ttitirsday. Two
gentlemen hung up their coats and sat
down to be shaved aeabout the same time.
One of them for whom the operation wits
completed first arose, and • by' mistake
donned the other one's coat, In the pock
et ofWhleh was a walleboentaining $2,-
500. Off he walked,, but a policeman
soon overtook him. When the charge
appaittst him was explained he became
greatly alarmed abodt-the safety of his
ow-s coat, in the e poltetzef which was the
dltm of $5,000. F i xplanatiens followed,.
costa were exchanged, and. each found
his money. • .. . i • . . •
An&nt (tataihter of Qeneral
Tom Thumb 4110 froth inliarnlnatioh'bf
the brain, it, No' riflOb,'Elienitti; on' the
goth of Septetlitete: •. • •,'
Three Cheers a&Il *Myer!
GOVERNOR, CONMILESf): ASSOCI
• ATE JUDGE:
gettyaburg. 204 311 204 311 .118 303
Cumberlalid, 144 188 144 136 145 133
Llttleatow'n, 66 89 '67 86 87 87
Germany, 118 14 118 38 118 88
(nford, 170 Ita -- -171 11:5 1411 123
T: Springs, 20(1 426 208 4t23 206 425
Milletstown, 208 ;20 215 • 219 214 210
Berlin • 180 10 176 77 176 71
Mminilien, 107 251 108 251 103 ' 251
Ilunterat,o.'n, 189 151 189 150 190, 149
Franklin, 238 P 9 1253 188 256 127
Conowairo, ?101, 97 102 87 -81 109
Heidlerab'rg, 101 90 101 97 100 97
Mountjoy, 129 1011 128 109 128 110
31ountpleas't,259 92 290 93 286 95
Hampton, 181 114 181 114 181 114
Berwick bor., 35 44 35 43 . 34 43
Freedom, - 34 Aoo 34 70 , 34 68
Union, 168 57 16.4 56 168 59
Butler, 133 152 132 160 132 161
Berwick tp., 80 25 80 In 79 20
Highland, 28 46 28 441 28 441
ts g l
Gettysburg, 204 813 201 313 219 296
Cumberland, 142 188 142 138 140 139
Littlestown, 68 88 65 89 69 87
Germany, 117 39 117 39 117 39
Ixford, 174 7 12 170 116 173 112
. Springs, 208 423 205 426 209 42:., )
IVillerstown, 211 218 218 221 209
178 77 177 79 178 78
Menallen, 107 251 104 2.53 97 262
Huntersto'll 112 182 151 190 150,
FrardFlin, 254 189 255 188 253 190'
Coribwago, 103 96 103 95 103 96
lleldlenili - u'g,loo 98 99 99 101 97
Mountjoy, 127 110 128 110 127 111
Mountpless't,29B 84 alB 93 292 90
Hrttripton, 181 114 181 114 181 114
Berwick bor., 3.5 43 34 41V - 85 43
Freedom, - 34 70 3.3 71\ 34 79
Union, 168 57 167 57 168 56
Butler, 132 102 134 161 \ 133 161
Berwick tp., 814 k 25 80 2 80 •al
Highland, 28 46 26 47 28 48
CLERK OF COURTS, COMMISSION- ALTERCATION—A COLORED _lf IN Kira.-
kit, AND AUDITOR. . r En. We understand that an altercation
took place between some colored men in
r t 4 e ' the vicinity of Bendersville, on Friday ..
ti evening after the adjournment of the
o• • , Fair, in which e, colored man was killed.
We are not in possession of full particulars,
but understand that a man by the
name of Michael proceeded to a house
where there were several other. colored
men congregated. A-difficulty arose, and
an attack was made upon this man !di- -
chael,wlio inself-defence kickedat thepar
ties, and striking one of them (we believe
Woods) in the stomach, injured him so
severely that he died from the effocts the
Oliettyaburg. 201 313 202 313 202 311
Ciumberland, 143 137 142 137 14.5 134
Littleatowu, 68 88 68 88 67 88
Germany, 117 3.9 118 34 117 39
Oxford, 171 113' 171 115 171 113
Y. springs, 209 422 206 42.3 208 423
MillerstoWn, 209 220 2113 221 • 209 220
Berlin, 180 75 177 79 178 78
Menallen, 110 219 129 227 10Q 250
Huntergito'n, 190 150 190 150 190 150
Franklin, 25.5 188 235 188 25.4 188
COLlOwago, 102 97 102 97 102 97
Heidlerabu'g,lol 97 103 95 102 96
Mountiny, 127 111 1:.:8 110 120 111
Nfo e ntpleasl, 290 92 200 92 290 02
Hampton, 181 114 180 115 181 114
Berwick bor., 34 4.5 ,35 43 34 44
Freedom, 34 70 34 70 34 711
Union. 168 57 163 57 rag 57
Butler, 132 162 136 1.58 134 160
Berwick tp., 78 27 80 25 80 ' 25
Highland, 28 45 28 46 28 46
DIRECTORS AND CORONER.
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5 V! S 0 T.
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Gettysburg, 217' 207 - 310 807 201 316
Cumberlaud,l43 144 136 135 144 136
Littlestown, 68 68 88 88 68 88
Germany, 117 117 39 39 117 39
Oxford, 171 171 115 115 171 115
Y. Springs, 213 214 417 417 208 423
- Mlllerstown, 2)8 299 227 218 209 220
Berlin, - 178 178 78 78 178 78
3fenallen, 10 109 230 - 250 109 249
Huntersto'n, 189 187 150 150 190 ,150
Franklin, 254 25.5 189 188 255 188
Conowago, 106 102 93 06 102 97
Heidlershuig,loo 100 98 98 102 91
Mountjoy, 128 127 110 111 125 111
Mo'utpleas't,2oo 288 92 94 290 92
Hampton, 181- 181 114 114 181 114
Berwick or. 3.5 3.5 43 41 34 44
Freedom, 34 34 70 69' •34 70
Union, 167 168 57 57 168 57
Butler, 134 131 160 160 134, 160
Berwick tp., 80 80 25 25 80 25
Highland, 23 28 46 46 28 46
-3135 3138 2927 2896 3133 2914
sfirDemoerata in SMALL CAPS
liar Clymer's majority 216, Robinson's
IRO, Sharpe's 233, Heltzel's 234, Hann's
MR, Holtz worth's 232, Minter's 215,
man's M 3, Rahn's 208, Nunnem aker's
24" Bream's 9. ' ° McClure's 214.
Horrible ~Vurder and Suicide in MkM-
I crime almOst too horrible to re
late, was perpetrated at Morenci, Michi
gan, on he 3d instant. Mrs. Simms,
the wife df a farmer i n that vicinity, mur
tiered hertfour children, by cutting their
throats. Xn the morning the woman pre
pared brekkfast for the family, as usual,
and nothing was discovered in her con
duct to create suspicion. After break
fast Mr. Sinims Made preparations for
leaving home fora portion of the day,
and started off little thinking of the dread
ful scene that was shortly to take place
at his home, which would not only en
velope himself in gloom, but east a sad
ness over theenti re eomm unity.' lin had
been gone but a short time; when , Mrs.
S:, taking her four ehildren 2 -all little
girls—went to the: rti, entered, and, •af
ter locking the 44., 'cut' the .thrtlit 'bf
cell child, and thAt de4truyed hdrself
In the same manner. One Child, with a
ghastly wound in the neck, and blet;dik
profusely, succeeded in dragging' herself
to the house, and informed a servant, who
at once started after Mr. S., and, overta
king him before he reached his destina
tion, informed him of the dreadful trage
dy that inid'telen place. Mr. Simms fs
the owner of a splendid farm, his house
was pleasant, and no cause but that of in
sanity can he assigned for tlye conduot of
his wife. Toledo Blada. -
Death of Ihrey, the Horse Tamer.—
John S. Rarey, the celebrated horde ta
mer, died suddenly at Cleveland, Ohio,
on the 4th inst. .Inst December he had
a stroke of paralysis, since Which time
he had been treated by several prominent
physicians. On the 4th instant he left
the Wadwell House for a walk, but soon
returned, complaining of a pain in the
Meg: ' After being seated a few min t;
he exclaimed, "I am d,y4ng,r 'a'
about . an hour he expired. • "
Cholera in New Jersey.—The c ra; is broken out with such' virulen
fatality at Burlington, New Jerse
Cause quite a Vedic,. tint thatuustitilly quiet'
locality. There lb thegreateit alarm; bud
many of the citizens have left town. The
houses inwhtch the dbattshave occurred'•
are avol4edlikklansue 'Teti, and in one
instaneeagtftgeman found it impossible
to obtain proper" assistance in tire burial
of his wife.' •
; 8 g
F g • IS
3123 291- a 3134 2901 3098 2918
3139 2905 3100 29.32 3130 2904
3124 2913 3150 2587 3130 .438
TOWN AND COUNTY. AFFAIRS.
EXTRAORDINARY RA 1,1.—A heavy
rain set In on Tuesday evening, which
continued throughout the whole night.
No sig 63.o( clearing up on Wednesday,
and on Wednesday night it poured down
again. So during Thursday and Friday
nights. At this writing (Saturday morn
fng) the kit has again made its appear
&bee, and there Is a prospect of clear
The Swift Run Railroad bridge was
somewhat injured by the high water, but
the damage was soon repaired. We i hetr
of fences being swept away along our
streams, but no loss of a serious character.
Accoulds from abroad detail great dam:
age and' some loss of life. Near Balti
more a hire was swept away, and a
bolo family—husband, wife, Lind 'four
'R rot Henry, of the timithionian Insti
tute at Washington, says that the quan
tity of rain'which fell the t re from Wed
nesday morning to Thursday morning
was 'somewhat more than five inehas,
being - he greitest q bin ti ty that has fallen
In a similar period for a long time. ' '
NEW. k'AI.T.VEifn?; ? —The property hold
ers on It s reCkintidge street lxave been
putting dowh new pavement's on both
`sides, either brick or cement, thus adding
' much their own comfort and greatly im
proving. their properties. We notice' the
same good work going on in other parts
of town, and hope It will not stop, wher
ever needed, until winter shall . Rreyenp
its further progress..
SAD ACCIDENT.—A little son of Mr.
Daniel F. Pittenturf, and grand-child of
Mr. Solomon Powers, of this place, aged
about 3 years, fell into a bucket of scalding
water will& stood near the door of the
kitchen, on .Saturday week, and was so
severely injured as to cause his death the
next morning. .
DEATH BY SUFFOCATION.—On Fri
day morning week, the dead body of Mr.
George Rosensteel, who residedbn Wolf
Hill, in Straban township, was found on
one of the Lime Kilns of Guinn & Reilly,
near the Depot. It is supposed that, the
night beingt chilly . , he went there to
warm himself, and twereome by the gas,
fell upoh the Min, and died from suffoc.a
cation. Such was the verdict of the Cor
had a meeting at Littlestown on Satur
day night before the election. A number
of rowdies among them proceeded to the
public holm of Philip Homier, and ta
king forcible possession of his bar, drank
all the liquor they wanted, broke the
chairs in the room, and behaved through
out in the moSt outrageous manner. Mr.
Hemler has taken legal steps against the
parties participating, and it is to be hoped
that the law will be fully vindicated
upon these reckless disturbers of the
peace and violators of private rights.—
It is time that a proper example be made
in this direction, and we regret that those
who instigate, as well: as those who per
petrate, such outrages, cannot be as easily
reached and punished.
LARGE SWEET POTATOES.—Rer. Jo
seph Sherry, of Cumberland township,
has placed upon our table a mammoth
Sweet . Potato,(or California Yam,) weigh
ing 41 pounds! This is the - largest of the
season, so far as our knowledge goes.
Mr. Jacob Toot, of Straban township,
has favored us with a basket of first class
Sweet Potatoes, one of them measuring
19 Inches in length.
Mr. Franois H. Eeketimde, of Highland
township, made us a similar present, all
These gentlemen• have "the printer's"
LARGE APPLES.-A lady friend, in
.sends our better,half two splendid
Apples—a Tulpehoeken and a Red-streak
—the former weighing 14 ounces. We
are requested to say hank you!
torSatnuel Lilly, Esq., has sold his
property, in Nfountpleasant township, to
Mr. Noah J. Bievenour, of York county.
&Horace Waters, 481 Broad way,
New York, has disposed of his large Mu
sic establishment to Mr. Tremaine. We
received, a few days since, three pieces of
Music just Issued. They are of the first
order ; and we thank him for them. If he
goes on .is he has begun, he will certain 1 y
gain the confidence of the Musical world.
77tc 116.4 Thshiemo.—Since the inven
tion and successful introduction of the
celebrated' Duplex Elliptic (or double)
Spring 'Hoop Skirt by Mr. J. W. Bradley
of New York, the ladies throughout the
country have given up the idea of discard
ing the fashion /if' *curing hoop skirts
on account of the peculiar and graceful
manner in which the Duplex Skirts adapt
themselves to every exigency' and emer
gency. Sogenetiollyacceptablehave these
SitirfS , beentme that theladies regard them
iti4)!l Special favorite, In view of the superi
or lightness and durability
combined in their manufacture: They
alpo eonsicter phern'a tar more economical
arniconifortablyttgop Skirt than ever-has
or can be in:td&ll. all crowded assem
blages, for thetn.inenade or'house dress.
I Any latly after *taring one of these Skirts •
will never Ansi/Wards willingly dispense •
with their use. Lang experience in the
manufacture of Fidop Skirts has proven
to the proprietor of this invention, that
single springs willillways retain that stiff,
unyielding and bungling Style which ,
has ever characterized them,Nrbereas the
double spring hoop or Duplex Elliptic,
will be found free from these objections.
Notwithstanding the ability of the manu
facturers, Messrs. Wests, Brad ley dt Cary, I
to turn out over six thousand Skirts. per
day from their large manufactories In
New York, they feel obliged to request
alrzberchants ordering the Duplex Elllp-,
tic Skirts to send their orders a few days
before they are wanted, If possible, as
they are always i:iusltietinstan :Ay oversold
some slays ahead. "
torrible Didager.—The steamer Ever
ring Star, Moh New York to New Ott
-1 fie „ recently fottikredlBo miles east Of
Tybee; and nearly !rime liundred • HVes
were lost. • . ,
We find 019 following In the Richmond
E ru , n inee of the 4th had.:
RtnintoSlN Teesday. Oct. 2, Ike 4.
The counsel of Mr. Dovis, now in at
tendance at Richmond, deem It their du
ty to lay before the public the following
brief statement of tarty.
J. IltsDoLrrt Tuck:lm,
10 n Tuesday, June Sth, thief` was a PM
mal @erasion or the Circuit Court of the
United States at Richmond, Judge Un
derwood presiding,. Grand Jurymen
were sworn And oilier judicial formalities
observed. Mr. Davis' counsel were pres
i,,,,t, featly and anxious to proceed to trial.
tri otjoo of the District Attorney, the
Otiurt was Teguiarly adjourned to the 2d
of October, the presiding Judge using
"The Chief Instiet% who Is expected to
preside ut this trial, has ?mined the first
Tuesday of October as the time that will
lre most convenient to him. \\ hen this
court adjourns, It will laljourn until
the first Tuesday in 0(.011.1 nex,t. The
motion of the I.hstriet Attorney is there
fore granted. This Court will adjourn,
not until'November, but until the first
Tuesday In October. which tune is 'pre
ferred by the Oiler Justice and Attorney
General. The case will then, if not be
fore disposed of, he takfip up."
In accordance with this order of the
court, the undersigned are in attendance
here. They find no court, and, except
front the information elicited in the fol
lowing telegraphic correspondence, have
no kith - nations of the Judge: . '
RICHMOND, SepteMber 29, /806.
To the lion. John C'. Underwood, Alexan
As counsel for Ur. Davis we are very
anxious to know if you will he in Rich
niond on Tuesday next, to which day,
aS you recollect, the Circuit Court of the
United States was adjourn&l. We arc in
attendance here, and are desirous •to be
apprised of the views of the court. -An
early auswer will auch oblige us.
WlLL'uot B. Rpm,
ALr.NAXDRIA, St.otemlx,r IW.
To Messrs. Reed and Tuck",:
There will be no U S. Court in Rich.:
'Mond next week. T. C. titipEnwoo4.
RICHMOND, September 9,0, 1860.
Your telegram Is received. hermit us
to renew the inquiry, n 'tether on Tues
day you will be at Richmond, Norfolk
or Alexadtlria? Your answer will mucli
oblige us. W. B. REnn,
J. R. Tmicnit.
AT.EXANDIITA, RepteMher 29, 15334
I will be In Alexandria nn Tueaday.
J. C. T'NDERWOOt
The Washington correspondent of the
New York limes, writing under date of
the 4th inst., says: '
Mr. O'Conor,- counsel fOr Jell: Davis,
has not had an interview with the Presi
dent dpring his present visit here. The
counsel state that while at Richmond
they telegraphed to Judge Underwood to
learn if he would hold Court, and re
ceived a reply that he (.lodge Underwood I
would not go to Richmond. It is not
known what steps the counsel of Davis
intend to pursue next. So fur as the Ad
ministratiMa is concerned, it is under
stood that an order will he made that
Chief-Justice Chase. Judge Underwood.
the United states District-Attorney and
the United States Marshal of Virginia be
notified that Davis is held subject to in
dictment found in the United States Cir
cuit Court, and that these officers be re
quested to have the proper writ issued,
and take the prisoner into custody under
the indictment for treason.
The counsel of Jeffermin Davis were to
have had an interview this week, with
Judge Underwood, but for some unex
plained reason they have failed to appear.
It is stated that the Judge privately says
that Davis will certainly be tried in No
A special telegram from Washinton to
the Philadelphia 1, , r17(5 Pays
Messrs. O'Conor and Reed, the counsel
of Jefferson Davis, arrived here lust night
and were in consultation with Judge Un
derwood to-clay upon the subject of the tri
al of their client. r. O'Conor was very
desirous that the case should be brought
on next month, hut failed to receive any
assurance that it would be. Reports are
current that a writ of habeas cornus will
be applied for by the counsel of the pris
oner, which will bring up the case in a
How the Pres& rat Fel-IR.—The Phila
delphia Ledger has the following anon;
its special telegrams:
There was an unusual larzeaftendanee
of visitors at the White House to-day, who
were received by the President in a more
than usually eheetfti) =inner. This would
imply, and there is tither authority for
saying so, that the returns from the elec
tions have not disheartened him, but that
he is still persistent In the course he bits
Mr The Oregon House. of Assembly
has rescinded, its endorsement of the
Constitutional Amendment. -
lerThe Democrats have made hand
some gains on the popular vote In Indi
ItSP•lhm Rice's hig elephant went on a
raid in Utica the other night, and consu
med the contents of three gardens.
.a single distriet of India, 2O)(
people have died of famine in one week,
Latest Market Reports. ,
rtntirt. - - - - MOO 61 I? :Rl ,
RYE. FLOUR. - - - - 3 251
WRITE Wif EAT, - - 2 ifl 01 2x4'
REB WILEAT, - - 2in i'd 231
CORN, - - - - 5 0 4 75
RYE. . - - - to
OATR. .. . . 40
RUiIiCWITEAT, - - ' - 75 '
HAY. . . - .1000 0 12‘01
morn,. 1073:III0 I
WHEAT. - - - - 21`) 0 3 %
RYE, - • - - - 60 AO 107
CORN, ~ . . - or .4 115
OATS, - - - - 'CIO 56
.110(44, 7 1 . hrand., - - - 14 00 OVI 00
REEF CATTLE', Ti 11 , 31 0 -. - 954 (416 5 '
HAT, - . - - 51 00 Q. 27 0')
WHISKEY. - - - 239 0 241 '
OD the Sri fwd., in T,ihertr &remelt e. hr the
Rev. 3f. Boshrnan, Mr. JOHN M. P.m! G , of
nettywhorg, to 34 las LIZZIE ZEILINUEIL
Franklin e eanty, Pa.
On kon , tay warn Dlr. 23r Ina-, et the Reformed
' , um-mat; New Oxfor I. 31r. A.YLVON CITRON
INTER. of Latlmore township. to Mho MARIA
FIRE. PONE, of Bending township.
On N,• Incisdav list, in Mn•ritplenaint town-
C wt. ANDREW LIVIA:, aZsl about, in
Oa the 'flth nit ., in atvintlny tl , rnahlp. Mr 4.
CATHARINE BUDDY, felted of Mcsdts Daddy,
deceased, aged SO years.
On the 24th nit, alter a ahort Itlnevii, Mr. MI
CHAEL MILLER. or Hamilton iceman"), aged
61 „ream g mantles And I't dart
On tha 9th inst... In Oda place, SAXER Alf rrn
PITTEXTURF, aged 2 years 11 nicaktba and 26
On thr nth twit., near the Two Tnininnoy eh?*
county, RESEMA MACK only child of ioneph
nnd, 44711ttStockalater, ova 27 dam
ALT, persons °win the nntlertirte4 for
nes in the Regiiter end IL:eortler's oili :13,
any reruteetefl to mike insmediete retry/enc.—
As he 17 *tont to ran yore, settlements of throe
nerorinte mustbe nytie by the November Court.
Ail then ono/LW, will bb pl4oeil is the
thatio; of in offlAr for cothietiln.
"fiA If L I LT,
Oet. 15, 1868. 3t*. Zezister k 11,er:order.
Tyr, nnietefried bee 'pinee4 Ws SALE
NOTES the bawls of Adeni"fteblet,
Seq., forint,feelion. At *Cedes 'ere &ow,
due, immedi ate pernof &Asked,
Oct. 15, IStii. 3.e*.
ladnettoe In Pile*
OP TITE AMERICAN W.ATCUPX,ItADU AT
WALT/(AM. XlArK—ln cnnulltlonea of fl, re
cent groat Improvements-In our facilities for Man
ufacturing we haVe reduced our Prices to as IoW
point as they can be placed
WITH ()OLD AT
so that no one need heeitate to buy a watch tior
from the expectation that it will be °heaver Mr
some future time. The tcst or ten years and (La:
manufaeture and male of
kltillk: THAN 31YIA0 WAT(IIFII3,
have given our productioils the very highest rank
among time keepers. Commencing with the de
termination to make only thomuglily elFospent
watches, our hunineas him steadily increased 8 1
the public became aequaluied with their Value,
until for months together, we have been nnabtq
to supply the demand. We have repetilediy en
larged our factory buildings untillfhey pow cover
over three acres of ground, and give aceommods
ilon to more than eight hundred workmen.
We are fully Justified In saying that we now
:mike MORE TIIAN ONYI-FIALV nF ALL
WATCHES SOLI) IN VIE I'Is T ITED FrrAtible
The ,Iltrerent grades are di:al:lot:Isbell by theft!.
lowing trade-marks on the plate:
1. "American Watch Co." Waltham. Man, -
' , Nbpieton, Tracey& ro," Waltham, Mau.
T. "P. g. Bartlett," Waltham, Mau.
G. OCR LADIES' WATCH of first qualltY
"Appleton, Tracey & Vet.," Waltham, Y aft.
6. Our nest qua ilty of Ladled Watch 16 named
4 •l'. R, Waltham, Mann. These
watches are fornlelied In a greet variety of
',tires and Myles racemes.
The 'tlirterlcan Watch Co. of Waltham, Masa.,
authorize us to state Mint without distinction of
trade-marl6o or price, ALL THE PRODUCTS OF
THEIR FACTORY ARE FULLY WAItRANT
ED, to he the best time-keepitr;l of their claim ever
made In thin or; nyother cotmtry. Buyersehonhi
remetnher that unlike the guarantee of a foreign
maker who can never be rearliel. thin guarantee
In good at all Omen againat the Company ur
agent.% awl tint if itfter the most thorough Oita',
any watch abduld prove defective in any partleu+
lay, it may always he exchang.l foinnother. As
the American Watches made at Waltham, are for
sale generally throughout the count*, we do but
eullclt orders (or single watches.
'CACTION.—The public ore cautioned to li7
only of real>,•rtable dealer% All persona
ciiuntdrfetta will be prcwevnted.
itimisrss & APPLETON.
Agents for the Amerlen n \Vat eh Coln puny.
ICS BitAJAUW AY, N. Y
Oct : lb, ISM 1m
The Great Vssigllfah Remedy,
Pm,ecte.l by royul I•dters patent.
Sin Jana.; VeLEltit tTED FtwAmt
PILLS. Prepared ffuyn prescription of ellr J,
Unrke, M. 13., Physician Exiryordlnary to Ili•
Queen. This to ulunblu 111 , ..ildne la unfailing 1n
the envy of KM threw painful ii nd ilanaernus
tea to which ;he lon la an bieet. 1
mwleMros nil ext 4 i 4 eaca and rctuovea all iilistruak
lions. and a epeisly are luny be relied on.
To Married Ladles It Is peculiarly milted. It wilt,
In a Jun./ tla. , n.ilnti 04 thy monthly period with
reatilarityt" • • • •
I • A ITTPIS.—ThPSO Pllls should not be taken bc
Females during the F.11:4•T TIMEn MONT/121 of Prea
nancy, as they nre saw to bring on ,111searriapr,
but at any other time they an; safe.
In all e of Nervous and Spinal Afreetlons,
PAWN in OW lla.dc. awl Limbs, Fat legnn on anon
exertion, Pa Ipfhtfort of the Heart, Hysterics, and
Whltea:theae Pill, will eifeet a cure when all 010 ,
or means have failed; and although a powerful
remedy, do not con MI n iron, calomel, antimony,
,or Iml:thing hurt ftll to'lhe eonstlt tit lon.
Full directions In the pampa iet arounq each
pnetnum, whi c h slophl be care :ally prYiliisrved,
' Sold by all DrugUts. Price thir Dollar, per bot
, is the rate of every valu
able :Medicine to be Coh nterfeited. fie cautious.
therefore, and 'Lee that the letter% "T. & M." aro
blown in the bottle, and that etudi wrapper bears
the FAC STMIIY-1 of the signature's of I. C. HA 1.1)-
WI;C&CO..and .1011.110,4.11.- JD - Without which
none are gennin
N. H.—One Dollar, with Lighteen cents tor 14,04-
fiße. enclosed to i nyanthorlz al Agent for the Cu I
tea States and British (nail in lons.
Jolt MOSES, 27 Cori la rutt lifreet. New York,
will I watre a bottle containing Ilfty he T.....
hunt mail, securely sea.led Croat all ulaeervatluu.
, Dee. 18, NZ. ly
I HOW 07TEN \V t: TIIIS EXPTIttSiIION
from persons reading advertliements of Patent
Medicines, and In.!' In, eases out of ten they ms ,
be right. It is overly years since I introduced my
medicine, the Venetian Liniment, to the public.
I bad no money to advertise It, so I left It for, sale
with a few druggists and storekeepers through a
small section of the country, many taking it with
great reluctance; but I tot I them to let duly one
Joe It. oral It it did not do all I stated in my
paroplil , l, no one need pay for It. In soniol stores
two ortlins , hot 'lnt were taken on trial by persons
present. I was, by many, thought crazy. and thnt
lentil,' he the List they wiml,l see of me, But I
knew my medionte was no humbug. !raj about
Iten months I Kogan to receive °niers Al wore
Liniment, some o lltng It my valuable Linhnent.
who !tad refused to sign a receipt when I left It st
their store. Now my vales alb milli ,ns of bottles
yearly, and till for cash. I warrant it superior to
nny other medicine for the core of Croup, Mar
i thtea, Dysentery, Celle, Vomiting. Spasms, and
Sett sickness. as an Internal remedy. It Is per
' feetly innocent to take internally, see oath
accompanying gad' bottle,--and externally for
(Chroniclthemn itisnt,llemdache,lluinpi. Frosted
Feet, Bruises, Sprains, Old Sores, Swellings, Sure
Throats, & dz.. Sold by all Dru;clsts. Depot
Curtlatidt. strovt, 2,l'eu . York. 10, t. 1, 'O6. 7w
Alknelt** Parana Plater.
IMSTSTILENGTIIIIVING PLASTER IN TIM
Alharlea roman neaten; resolve end 13.111Ulge
pain bp mlllnz forth the acrid humors Irma parse
internal to the akin and grand circulation—thus,
In many cams, positively evaporating the
JAMFI4 LULL. M. D.
There la nothing equal, In the way of at plaster,
Lathe POTOtt4 Plaster of Mr. ALLCOCK. Everx
thjng Is pleasant about them. They ere the piss
ter of the day, and a flt type of our present ad
vaneement In science and art. In Asthlua,
Cough. Kidney Affection% flout; Itheomatlem,
and local 441,p-seat:Kt pram, they apron! perma
JouNsoN . , M. D., on "Topktel Remedies."
rom a pimanal knowledge of these piasters,
Are can date that they are ,ler klettly preferable to
any other in use. Wherever relief Is to be'
obtained he the Mir of a plaster, we dim:ad
recommend theta. A. INGUA LIAM, M.
Kiitor New York Mentor.
Aa •ark, ibundreth Daus., New York. gold by
nil IA-InpstA. tOet. I INK Ira
Dr. Mar th ar,, Catarrh Ifearilf.
This snuffiras thoroughly proved itself Jobe the
ben article known for curing the Catarrh, Cahr
In the Read and Headache. It has been found ate
exmllant remedy In many C 104 1 .11 of .tore Eyeti.— ,
Beninese hal been removed by it, and Rearing
, has often been greatly Improved by He age.
f It is fragrant. and agreeable. anti (IVIVI 1317tE
DIATK REM*/ to Wee dull heavy pains canted by
diseases of the head. The sensations after uslit)r
llt are delightful and hit igen - ding. It opens' and
and gives a healthy !lethal to the parts ttt
More than Thirty VC:I IN . of sale and use of "Ire.
CaLirril and li, udache Snuff." lota
proved its great value for all the °women dirslows
of the head, and tit tills moment Rtuadi* bight r
than ever before.
7t is recommended by many of the besthysi
cians, and is used with great success end satisfac
' Bead the Certifieates of Wholesale Druggists In
11.51: Tlw undersigned, haying for many years.
been nonivilnted with " Pr. 'Atatithalt% chlarrh ,
and lielulache Snuff'," nn sold It hi our Whales:o.r
trade, cheerfully state, that we betketell, to be
eggs), In every fflespe, t, to the ratOrtlinellatat funs
given of It "'kr the care of Catarrhal Affixtlons,
and that It it dectdetlty the best article we have.
ever known for all common diseases of the
Barr &Perry, Heaton; Maui, Austen &
Jon ; Brown, l,arb.son & Co, Boston ; Beth n •
Fowie, Boston; Wilson, Fal rbank & Co.. Boston ;.
Renshaw, Edmund & Co., Heston; If. N. Ike
Partials& Me. t 'tante, k Park. New York; A. B.
&D./lands, New York; Htephen Paul & 'New ,
York: Israel Minor & Co„ New York ; Mekeitson
_New York :A. Herrn!, & Co., New
York; M. Ward, Close tt Om. New York; Bash &
Gale. New York. LTFor *MeV - all DruAlti
' fisce.lB, ly
Lyon*, Peelodieal ilkaapa
TFIR GREAT FA,..'MALE REIIIEDY FOR TR
rtEGEILAArpf t , N.--Theae are. a owlentin-•
(t ally eampounded ftql4 prevaraUon. and 010 1 er,
than any PM.. Pandora or itOstruma. Mug li
quid, chef raei la (tired and poettive, TA:Whirl°
thtnn a reliable. ',pee 4 0 , an d „ n o n %w ag e go lF
She cure or all Mastrtletionotzand suppreeelone of
nom , . Their popularity la Indicated by the nwt
that over 100.0011 bott4ro are annually reempunatt
by the lafilea or-the 'United States. every one or
whom ammo, in th e s trongrst testae oLpratan oil
their great merit*, They are rapidly' ktkinn Ni.e
place or every other Female Reinedv, and smieon-
Rbierect - by All who know 714 of them, wikther
su; infant. an d m an in &We preparation in
the World, for the cure of a female ermoggglote
pp — mit - 74;n ..
contrary . to
Nov 11, IN Z.
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'Special Notice Column,