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NVEDNESIMY, JUL,YI2, 1856
'Efje Cargcst . nub Tfjetipest raper
IN CUMBERLAND . a'OITN.TY
TERMS =TWo DOLLARS A YEAR. OR ONE DOL
LAR AND FIFTY CENTS. IF PAID IN ADVANCE.
• " $l. '7i; IF PAID WITION THE "YEAR.
UNIONSTA'II'E TLC .ET.
• . CANAL COMMISSIONER, -
THOMAS E. 'COCHRAN, of • York Cu
AUDITOR GENERAL, . •
DARWIN_ PHELPS, of' Armstrong co
BARTHOLIAtEW LAPORTg, 13ra51f9rd
So'far as the relative strength of Fill
more and, Fremoiit is 'indicated ; by the .
courseLof-tte newspaper press the pre, '
dorninantleeling-seems to. *be '.deeidedly
in 'favor Of Fremont- The Northern.lind. -
Western •coutities - a - re ... almost unanimously
for-hire, while.d siqiiirr-feeling is
fest_in. the, old: WThig counties of lirritulc- •
lin;-LanCaster,-•••Cllester, Delaware, &c.
in the South Eastern section. The pre-
vailing disposition, ho'w:ser, seems to be,
asove arc glad_to notiqe, to cultivate har
mony .of feeling-with the holie of yet. se
curing a thoro . h . .unian . • - of !all -...iv'hci-are
opposed to the Cinej anati Platform. This
is Oi . tr
ue coursek,and we. hope--swill, lie
sled it - fidliered 0... It. totistfila be•foi..
gotten that We lut\.•e"
et,_.norilinate.ci with entire liiirmony i,v
branchesTof the, opposition to Bile.ln:tlo7.,
and to sectire its, election' our' unit el I ex
ertions should first be,directer
- Several propositions for a concentration
Of the opPbsiiiiTil.to Buchanan, have beeri.
. already suggested, which are worthy v „ . of
serious 'consideration. If.. the proper
spirit is cultivated some plan for this pur
pose may readily be adopted.•
our contemporaries proposes that the . A-.
merican and Republican Standing. Com
mittees'of the State shall select an dee-
torat ticket composed half an,d half of 4 lie
friends of-Fremont and Fillmore, and to
leiYsu •orted bathe friends-- of -both at
the . PreSidential election. When the
Electors liked if they shall find the whole
electoral vote of the State " neeefisalY to
ilic'election of either let it be given
.ac . -
oordingly, ,but, if otherwise let each Elec.
for cast his vote according to his indi.
vidual, preference. 'MI us hope . that. we
may yet' vote,unitidly Under some 'Such
ANCASTEtt u Ivry.
.The Lancaster Exarpine-, 11 n 01ti lino
Whig organ of Lancaster cumity, which
was supposed to have a leaning toward .
Buchanan, his hoisted4he Fremont and
Dayton flag and opened the canvass with
energy-and spirit. The. Examiner says,
from what we alreasly_se_e of public_o_pinz__
ion in this county, we'feel justified in as-'
scrtina that the whig vote will he thrown_
aim ost. solid for Fremont and Dayton,
while the American vote will.be cast in
the. same--direction with equal unanimity.
"The' original anti-slavery . men will of
course aid with their entire strength. •
The reputation of Laneaster county for
giving large majorities will in no,Avlie _
.suffer in November next—and then, as
heretofore, the OLD GUARD will lead the
column for the Constitution, the Union,
XEW YORK DUDIOCE AOY.--The
York Hards and
_Softs bare again failed
to harmonize. The Horde refused to
come to any ~t erms .of Union, and the
''Softe have therefore issned,on their own
hook a call 'for a •State Convention-, to
nominate an electoral ticket tui4 a tibio,
for - State,office's:: If the Rude
__Wise there will be two. Buchanan electe,:
ral . tickets in New York. •
THE CRT• OF SECTIONALISM.
'.•The cry ip raised.against, the••nomina
dons of Fret'uont•anti Dayton, that : . 7:they .
constitute •tt 'sectional . ticket,l and that
- theft , election' would be. folloWed 'by a dis
solution of the Union: -,•The...satiae result
was delefulriLfr' edicied case'of the •
lection of Mr. Banks - as Speaker: of the
TfouSe of Representatives, because Ile was
supported Solely-by No s rth:ern--..meinbers.
But no•disaStrous consequences - have' ta
ken:plaee;:.'simply . .becaUse". no iithogtice
_was. in tended -to . -the: South—L.The,tit'ornen . t
Mr.• Banks. announCed his Coinoiittees'
the Southern` members Were coin-palled to
applaud his fairness:. : His Subsequent .
ou-rse=has also-been-in iT all 7 r.-.-pects—fic
and. impartial toward'all - seT.lions of the'
country. SO it.wilthe . in-rthe event •of
•the election of an Anti-Slavery President,
.The whole power of the government Wilt
undoubtedly. not be exerted, as hereto
fore,', for the propagation of Slavery, ',.but
the. SOuth , wilLhave : no reliSon . to dread
any interference - with her
stitutions!!.where•they : noWlexist.
If Fremont.and DaytOn •are sectional
nominations they are :nut the first that
have teen Made', as the history of the
country- shows, In the - year 1828 An,-
drewJaeksoo, of Tennessee, was•rup -for
resi - 4enrorr -the same ticket with John
ef,South Carolina, for .Vice
Presider) I and both'were elected.. ' , Jelin
(binoT A d aniTof—MaSsa Anse tts,--ra n-for-
President in opposition, the sante
ticket withltiebarci : ltush,_of
In "184 . .11-cry nearly the same
think vas presented: John C. CaWenn
- was .elected Vice President-at . ibeLsame
time that the South had three prominent..
eanditjntes•runniT With him for Picsi
dont.• ; Andrew Jackson, • of . Tenney.
1 - I' - ' ,- q,..1 - 61 -L- 111notyr-nine - cetorld
\Yi!!lan,rl - 1 - ,.Crawford, of Georgia„
Who, reve: 7 f o ,:ty-one votes;" and Henry
":;! v u . f Ken to” 1;%:.. who received thirty.
votos.: I';(..ry Northern State at
that election which voted for Mr. Adams
voted also for Calhoun ; while at the
thP.sume States which voted for.
him voted, for :Southern candidates for"
the . Presidency.'
• WHAT'S '11;1 THE is tiai'd
.that at a meeting of the Deniocratic State
Central Committee held last Week at
Judge Ives sent in a..., letter of
declination as a candidate for, Surveyor
General: The letter - si:nrageepted, and
the Committee - appointed - the - -sixth -- day
of August for the assembling of the State
Convention, :at Cluimbersbtirg, to nomi
nate a candidate in his stead,
DowN ON OLD I3vir.io v.—=The Brash-
ingibii „Union is *down . on ()
elargeS him with insiueerit
in supporting-I.3uoltanan: The._ Union
.says that Col, Benton. must have been
uogniz - apt of the scheme to nominate Col,
Fretnent,•and that he is opposed to the
eleCtion.'of his son-in-law will be credited
by no one. 'The /.stiOn'Ovitlently fears
that . Buchanan will lose
RESUIS9TTATION OF THE ' , WHIG, ,PAE
TY.—The' National Intelligenecti cipres-,
sus the hope that the National 'Digs in"
all, parts of the country will. — seud, dole=
gates to the Convention be i b hold_at_
Louisville, Ky o on the 2pth ef:JulyrieAt.
It believes in the possibilitypf again
lying the party. '
NEW YORK STATE, this fall, has a con
test for the office of Goyerner. It is be
lieved_by_ some of our exchanges_that the
candidate of the Republicans will -be.
Georgli Law ;. o the Americans; Erastus
Brooks, and of the Democrats, Israel
Hatcht- , - - ir' ' . •
COL. FREMONT:A LETTtu.--.-Itt, his
'letter accepting the nommatior_ of the
Northern ,Americans; Col. Fremont states
that 'he' will& a few days transmita
ter, designed for all, parties engaged in
the (guise; he,w.i4reserit to the
VoUntribie itiwa of leading subjects
now in issue i'n the Presidential contest.
These views he thinlle, will meet !leap
probation of Americans and Republicans.,
arli lc,' Acralb.
PACI — OIICATiON 'e' PR . O3 - E:CT B .
• Severtd . bills.are now be . fore ; the'it. S.
Senate - h atini in.viovthe''yeatbratinn of
pence awl good order in-Kansas.. -Fir.4t,,
that 'Of 16. - . Clayton; 'whiehY - Prepopes ; an
'abrogation, of all , the odious .test laws
of the , Territorial. Legislature;
pointmentnf cOnlinisilioners, - b:vthe See,
retarYof State,'to take a census for the
appointment of ' , representative ~.distrietS,
and the proper.apointraentof inspectors
of elections;: and finally, the ..organiza,
ti . on otra State Go erninentwith the .ex - -
isting ratio'of Fede6l population. §ec
ond, that of Mr: Toombs,:Whinh praides
for.the appointment of scOamissionvs, - to
,the_eepius . i_ by_ tho_-_,Presid.ent and
.Senat - e; ' ,which-silently retains all the of. :
funsive Urritorial laws,•and eontQniplates
a convention foroiganizinga State Gov
ernment. Andy finally, that of fur. Gey
er, which propOses the election )fti new
Legislature', under'improveecheclts . ,.and
take . no. Steii - fof a .Silifn. G,oventtio-
Of these rce; -proj Cots, -that of--Mr.
Clayton is by all odds, •tbe . :fairCSi and
most ancoptable,and would coinniand ad
dit!onal favOr,. but for the :of
adniisslon upon an arbitrary standard of
population, Which was .not required of
A r ITOME. -- -Ek-President. '1 illtnore
11. A grand reception,at,i3Uffaloi . 44 Sat=
urday. He made a speech at Albany.
on Thursda , in.whiehhe
present SlaverragiLtion ap, bejng -reck
lessly and' wantonly produced by . , the ad
option of tt- mtasurb to personal
ildvneement rather than in. any public.
good,_ He spolc - lurther. - . - m - .deprecia - -
tiOnsofsectional noininations, and expres-,
sed fearr.as to the stability of the Union,
place - 011s yehr Tktesday, the_
. 4th of
Ntiviiniber, being the
Ist 111Q.mlay of that. Inv
the people of the eotir
their vOtes;fer the Electors of Presiolen
and Vice 'President of the United States
M. Our friend Col. A.' K. McClure,
we notied,has recently been admitted to:
the praCtice.of•The.law inphambersburg.
We congrataate him Upon his entrance
to a profession in Which. he
,has the tal
eras and energy to win success..
'AtEr•The.bill for the admission of Kan . - .
sasls. ;; ,4 , Btatefuiledin • the I-lou'se,.oi
11.1oiidaY by one vote- - Dunn, of I - ndititut;
and. Ilaven'of NeNV York, voted againat it.
Henry, M. Tullor of — Pa., failed to be
TO'S POSITION OF TIIN PREss.--Tho St. Lou
is Anzeiger deslyestens, a .claily•.Germen pa- .
per. of great eirnullitiOn in the West, repudi
s both the platform and candidates of the
D , peritic party. Seine half dozen German
papers in Illinois, and the -two most Moen-.
tial Democratic paper:yet' the State, thoUhica
.go Democrat and Chicago e Press, repudiate tho
Democrat:o nominations, and go for the Re.,
publicans. Three neutral papers of Illiuois,
the. Urban Union, Canton .Press. and . Lasalle
Journal, have hoisted the Republican ticket.
In Cincinnatti, four German papers, two
dailies and two weeklies, oppose the •rionainau
tion of Buchanan.
- - .
The Now York. Evening' Post. and Buffalo
Daily Republic, two of the Most Anlented rend
widely circulated Democratic papers-of—New
.York strongly oppose the Buchanan ticket.—
Several German Democratic papers of theStato
also take •the' same course.. And the Now
- Yorklierald - , - hiving - thelargest :- ctrculation. - . , nf
any paper In New -Ydik; nnd formerly. an
vocate of . the Hard& and the Nebraska Bin;
now ,opposes Buchanan and declares for Fro.
VIRGINIA ADOPTING KANSAS RUFFIAN LAW.
—The citizens of Fauquier county t yirginie,
held a meeting on tbe 26th ultimo, at Pied
mont-Station,-to express their indiguatioWat
the conduct.of blr.4.*C. Underwood, in
tending to ,represent Virginia in the Republi
can Convention at Philadelphia. The meet
ing adopted resolutions diecardin all seotion
ni parties, adhering to. the Coustitution 'and'
the Union as iris, and denounoinelqi a libel
any •to 7 inalth nn lmpresei~q that frert
soil or abolition tlectrinei are, gaining - a- foal'
ing in Virginia. A Committee was appoint.:
ed to - convey the' sentiments of the meeting to
Mir. Underwood, aficito inform hiat "that they
deem it-just. and ati!isable :that be should
'cavelike State as speedily as he-can in
his power to de qc." This is the:, very, same_
spirit which actuates tile -Bordtr Ruffians of
1118 i,001.towardelianses: .."
Friday, June . 2s,=-Toe death of - the lion.
Thomas IL Bayley, mentker of , the'-Rouse'
from Virginiafts announco&ln appropriate`;
terms, arter - vrhich b4th-liouses adjourned to}
Monday. • ' •
FIRE:WM*B !---4 . 6.06d : assortment of
Firewerktl for the "proper, celebration . of the
4t13 - 451 4 iiiiiei,":" own .hoek," inaY i)ejoOnct.at'
William'a Grocery Store on. Mai Street.
• • • .
GAS. IN . CITUR6IIEB.---Tlidigas having'
been-introduced into the Gerinnii Refeirited•
and-'Second Presbyterian , churches; Sonday
evening serviceki.have.been..reiturned in
as usual. .Britli churches are embellished
with beautiful gas fixtures. 'The chandelier
in-'the second Presbyterian Church .is :ono - of
.theriehest-desizn--ruid finish; , Containing-016re
teen burners,. and Was purchased at . the well
,knovin establishment of Cornelius & Bother,
ArrungementS will ' doubtless
seen be made to introduce gas - into. the .other
churches' in town. • .. . .•
dons of our public schools clamed last Week,.
and the, little folks have entered - upon, n
weeks vacation which: will probably be' of
Much 'grenter,enjoyment q to them than their
Payents; On Fridiiy :night
bition_by the pUpilti_of_theiligh—Schoolatook
place in'Educatien Thal. The exercises-.con
sisted of ilmlogues. composition and-vocal
. .The performances were no lesi credits:
ble•to the youthful.speakers,thnu entertaining.
to the crowded audience.
',BIG . SPItING INSTITUTE'S
The officers of thiSiasSociation are malting the .
most extensive arrengiments.for...tlieir Third .
Anneal lininStrial Fuir, which will 'open' in
their cnpaciouslantl elegant hall, in ',4 - e iv v e,
onthe 12th otAitgest, to Continue four days.
In order to-secure the co-operation of-Farmers,
Mechanic's, Artists„ and • litsC . :7,but not least,
The ladies, without whose smiles and contri-.
liations iirletntliwork- no eaterprise"of - the'
ltitid entr . be sneeessful, large:ainl. attractive
liSt-of-pretniums is offered; etribTEcTffrall 7- 4 - 6 7 : -
partments of industry,-,useful and ornamental.
In accordance with the character
~of the . In ,
.stitute most Of the:prenniiiiii; offered 'art • lit
valuable class. -TLese will doubtless .prove
quite satisfactory to exhibitors.. A' novelty
in the . way of premiums is•also offered for the
purpose- otexeiting competitions' among emn .
teur„bands of music, catiSisting of a silver E
B. Soprano Saxe Horn, which will be awarded
to the band which produces the best music
during the Fair. The list of Piemiumsfills'a .
pamphlet of twelve pages which abaci:J.l .be
tirocitred by those who propose sending - arti
cles for exhibition. , •
The Fairs of this Institute .have for some
years book been.matters otthe greatest.inter
esttp. the inhabitants of this region,. and •we
hopo the people of Cumberland and 'the ad'
joining counties :will, .by -their, contributioys
to this- one, render it still more attractive than
those of foimer years. • •
.of the Philadelphia Dollar Paper, who
was in town at the time of the trial of the
Mowing Machines a couple of weeks
*rites in glowing terms of Cumberland county
14 . an'ogridulturol distriat: After 'describing .
the trial :of the several machines, ho speaks of
our borough, its institutions • and .improve
menu, as follows ' •
• the excellent condition of the land and the
magnificent farms in this region make Cum
ber.and valleffa chosen spot for the exhibition
and introduction of all kinds of improvements
in agriculture As a proof of this, we may
say that there were some• twenty machines
sold on the giabild._ The farmers, in the pos
session of the best of land, and blessed- with
b'ountiful crops, are liberal and public spirited,
and are willing and anxious , to encourage eve
ry effort which has for its object the develop° ,
went and-the•improvement of farm labor - and
the'agricultural art. One ofthe mowers, to
wardsthb,close _of the exhibition, was - taken
the_ , carlisle Darracks, at,the request of Col.,
May, the' commandant. The grass here , was
not so heavy nor so much boat -down as the
clover, and the machine Oleared off the beauti
close to the ground, and hot leaving a blade
standing. • • .
The town of Carlisle is improving very
Much'; • they have introduced water,. through
pipes, from the Canodoguinet creek it is
thrown up by water power into. a capacities
basin, and is skid to be superior to the lime
stone water in the wells; - They have also in.
iroduced gas, and tome sixty new , buildings
nro in course of erection' and will be comple
led-during thitt.utiminer, all °Dulwich will add
much to the beauty of this , charming town.
Dickinion College is in session, and in a
flourishing condition.' - There are some 200
students in the yttrious.deptirtments, and the,
different elasse k s are .now undergoing their ex
-nininations. preparatory let, the-. Commence
inent r utilistiTU:lll - come off on the 10th — o - rtieur
month. To those exhausted by the. close at
of,a , crowded city in. midatunmer,
this is a most delightfull-place to visit: Here
the aims pure and fresh, and, wafting, • over .
Sower`-gartiOns'and fields of golden , vett,.
brings•en its wings all the •joye• of. Paradise,
including, in the last-mentioned' commodity;
occasional glimpses of beautitillgirls.,,i(there
is any doubt where Paradieo4llll-100 6 ledi we -
give our vote for 'Opmherlanir. Talley
spot. There are several'ett.ttliner-l'esort s
this neighborhood nitich'patroidzed-the -Carl
lisle4ulphur Springs, ,out:near. the North
Mountain, and Holly Gap, Within the etiibat
tied ramparti of the South Mduntain: • In the
town there nro excellent accomlnodations for
visiters, nt eevernl public houkee, among which'
the Washington. Hoiel, in the Centre Square,
newly fitted up, in not aurpassed by
~t he .hest
city botels.i " • --
• LAND ACItNCY IN MINNEAPOLIS.--,
Thq,--.North Wealern -- Ltemocrat, - published . in
Minneapolis, Minnesota,'.Terr4ory, nye.
Messrs-.'Snyder Rt McFarlane,'of Minneapolis
.(thelatter a native of-CtitatT•land county fire
doing,what is termed by some tt:."lnud office
business," having,entered during the put
week, over ,seven thouband acres 'of choice
land, foitlifferent•parties,,on Sala river, and
on the line of the St. - Croix 4tid Superior rail-•
•road. They are both young men of enterpris..
ing and good •buSiness capacities. And we
believe ,evershvny responsible,, and. possessing
advantages for onqetring'aitnovrledge_of_good__L
locations .of land not excelled by nny• agenay
in the territory. , Persoris desirous .of making.
good locations-cannot perhaps do better than
by fivvrarding their orders -to them soon,
anticipation' of the : withdrawal of the public
lands from dmarket. •
- - Mit; CLAVEr OPINION oP. BUpII,AIiAN,-111r.
Clay Alt asiux_e,x c el I e nt_jud go_ o f_ch aract
had a long - nequaintance_witb•Nlr. Buchanan'
and excellent opportunities to observe his et
'duet. The following extract is from a• letter
written by Mr. Clay' to Daniel Ullman, Jane.
14, 1851 j, relating to the presidential canvass
of.the following - year. Mr. Claiq Baia
00f the candidates spoken of an-the Demo 7 ,_
erotic side, I confess-that.-1 1 -eletghtefej Gen- ! . ./
eral Be is, 1-think , , more' to be,: relied - :
on than any of his competitors, 'Daring the
trials of-the iang-soE'tune.of the last Congress,- •
he bora f;itnly; consisierhtlY and
otically. lie has quite as much ability,.quite
think, much more .
honesty and sideeFiri
The letter from which foregoing.ia.extrac
ted found'in the volume of Mr. play's,'
private correspondents,- published - last year by..
Ottvin...Colton,-.f...-B- D., pages•6l-7-620. •
.Holloway's fills poysess most astonishing -
powers in the cure of General debility.—Copy
ref a letter froin Henry, Antorne, of lint ton.
Chickasaw; .Professor-Iloilo- •
, Ts. - ;a.v 7 .:”Sir.--.-I , suffered - for- - -a7wornher_ - _,ef±y_e - ars'=„
Weiiliness and general debility - ,1 and was
brought to (lentles . d . oor by the -same.'., I was
told .by those I consulted, that •thore was- no
hope of my recovery, when I resolved to give
your Pills atrial, -after using them for about
five weelis, my health' Was considerablY itn•
proved, and nt the expiration of two months
every symptom of my . 4lisorder disappeared. •
(Signed} .... H. •ANTO4NE.".;,
of EAT CURE. OF PILES. lIIINTSVILLE, N.
C„ Nov:. I 1853.—Dr. C. M. Jackson—Deer
Sir—Allow mo to expresi — fio y ( ou my sincere
thanks for your discovery .0f 4 ,4 medicine,
which, to say the least of it has etrecled a care
that all her
Medicines- , that I hove taken ,
have enti y failed to do. " floothind's Ger!
man Bitte s.! ha.ve cured , me of thi moat stub!
born and ag • 7ravated. case of PILES that,
haps, ever fell to the lot of man. My COSO is
not n stranger r jo - thin communlty.: as am
well known in this and the surrounding coupe
ties, and can truly Any • that my recovery has
astounded °limy - .friends 'and - relations, as_h___
had tried everything recommended, and noth
ing did me any good until I wne prevailed
upon to try the . Bitters. .You are nt liberty
o make use of this communication, for the
benefit. of the afflicted, as you , may think pro
-per. . • Trulryours, Wlti. J. ATWOOD.
• See advertisement.
PERUVIAN TOOTR SOAP, Manufactared by E. MULIN,
.Perfumer and Chemist, No. 106 North 'Sixth Street,
Philadelphia. We copy the foslowing froth the " Amer
ican,Jonrhal of Dental t, Science:" .
ToaTit receired,frout Mr. E: M'Laln,
of Philadelphia, a sample of a. Detergent Soap, for' the
Teeth, a substitute for Dentifrice., He calls It Peruvian
Tooth Soap. and tells us it is composed of Peruvian
Bark, Myrrh, Orris Root, MAO Armenia) and the best
Olivb Oil Soap: Wo have used It, and found it agrees ,
bic and effective.
• Extract from the Report oft :e JudgeS of the Per of
the Maryland Mechanics' Institute: ' •
" No. 1. A•Iot of Perfumery. Arc., by Edward Whain.
of Philadelphia. This display Is creditable to the ex
hibitor of the articles ineluded in it. We would espe
cially select his Peruvian Tooth: Soap and Magnetic
Soap. .Thoy are undoubtedly the best Fancy Soaps on
exhibition, and deserve the first nremlunt on account of
the evident purity of, th' materials from which they
have been made, their. compactness, and freedom frtni
groitsy odor:" , . , • • _
ld at Drugi . nd Faucy_Storos lu and all
pilticlpnl togas. [July S.
DALLEYig ONNIIINE PAIN Earn-ACTOR
subdue the pain and inflamation from the severest burn •
&Id ~ln from one to tweniy_ minnteerand that it -
will heal the wounds Without a scar; and offeetiially 7
cure Fever Sores—Piles-82dt hhimm--Intlarnmatory
ilheurnatismore and Inflamed Byes--Culs—Wounds
—Bruises--Old and •Inveterate Sores—Scald Head—
Corns and Dunionst-- - Brysipelas--Sprainswelillags--
Pelens--Chilblahilites of Insects—Swelled and lire
ken Bresst=:Sore h'ipples—ltruptione--and all 'other
inflammatory and cutaneous diseases, where the
Don't be incredulous about the many diseases named
to be cured by only one thing-glut reflect that thei
but positive properties whidi 'the Dailey Salve alone
contains, and rig' heretolbro-enumerated — one to. fortr-S . .
can reach not the afore-mentioned diseca si t but
- Query.-Do not regular bredphysiclanapreacribe cal°.
niel inwardly sor moms of different diseases'
Each box of Gesunra AULT% PAIN EXTRACTOR has up.
pa It a Steel Plate Engraved Label with the signatures.
of 0. V. CLICKENSit 00., proprietors. and lIENRY
gALLEY, easaufbeturer. • All others are counterfeit.
All'ordato should 'be addreised , to C. V. Cllckener la
Co.; 81: Barclay street, 'New York.
'11 1 3.-Yor , sale by all. Druggists throughout the 17ulted
WM. H. CARRYL,
nif,pot,T,Eß AND JOBBER,
CIIRTATN - MATERIRLS t -
FURNITURE COVERINGS, r&o., .&c.,
1111,11 EVERT DESCRIPTION QF TRIMMINGS TO ItATC4 I .'
ENW MASONIC TEMPLE., - • • •
• - • OttEirnitrr Srass?,A.novilian'
. . ,
JUST RECEIVED-- 'r . _. .
. . - .Su g ercured Trams, ' . .
' - ''Sugar-cured Beef,
- • Bocf Tongues,.(eztra), =
. . Ilatvu—Sldes allot Shoulders. •
~,e for cash at [April 10, '*&J. ', WILLIAMB'