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NiirnriNgst•Air, - - , iu I X". 28, '1858;
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3 . 01t1,1 'M. 'READ, of Phil:o9loin
'FOR CANAL CO5l - 31ISSIONEN:
WILLIPI E. FRAZPIIt, of Fayette Co
Meeting of the Stauding Committee. •,
Tl'3 Cuniberlantl 'County .Union
• Committee met, agreeably to notiae,
non's lioteL.:in.Carliale. ott .Thesciar, the' 27th
inst. 'Ott Motion; George D. Craighead, Of
fittuth Middleton.. was called,to the Chair, and
Samuel Aloatintier, of Frankford, appointed
The collotig,„rovittfts- were, on, motion
Of Joba'Bestt of Monroe, Ainaniinously adopt,.
ed:.. I / •
• Resolved, That the oititene of Cumberland
County, Opposed to the present National AU
. ministration and
.its fraudulent ,LecOmpton
policy. and in fairor of the just claims' of,.
American Industry, be• retreated to meet at
the usual places.for 'abiding their respective
township, borough. and ward''eleet ion's, on
Sultirdtril, thelth day of August, between Ufa
hours, of 2 and 7 o'clock,T. M., and then and
,there elect - two delegates to represent, them-in--
"County Convention, to Meet in the Court
at Ca'rlisle. on Moihiy, the 9th day of
August, at 11 o'clock,- A. NI., to form a Conn..'
ty Ticket,- to he supported :lithe next General
Election, and to' transact such other business?
of the party, as may be deemed necessary.
Resolved,' That these.proceedinga he. signed
by the officers and published:.
SAWL. ALEXANDER, See!,
To COIII:I:IIPONDENTS.—We regret that the.
leiter of our Cape May correspondent come
too late for this paper. It will appear in our
TIIIIWOMAN • S ADVOCATE hi the title
Of - tt'lletit iidulTsiing paper published in.
Philadelphia, and edited by Miss Ankip li
MeDowel and Mrs. Lydia
is filled each week, with various mutt tcrs
stspecially interesting to Indies. In the Jan-
iltase of the' editors, '• it is an avorate of
' yoirtons right to earn her living, at any res
14otable eniiiloyment; she finds best suited to
-*' • :hr ipaoity."
E'*: . :. On Friday morning • . .
curred on the New York
' t ' l4 at Shin Hollow, 711 miles from Nerricuili4t,y,,, , .
. by which the two hind cars of • a passetier
train were thrown' from. Hui track, br•
I . breaking of a . rail, and with their Conteii46:
precipitated down a thirty.foot ernbankment;:,,,,
killing nine per Sons and wounding forty.-seven",.
some of them fatally.
Gen. Quitman died at his residence near
Natohes, on Saturday last of the disease which
to contracted at the National Hotel last fall:
On Friday last the first locomotive and
train of cars on the• Gettysburg Rail road
crossed the Conowago Bridge. The Compiler
states that the' company are about to take
• measures to erect a passenger station and
other necessary buildings at Gettysburg.
A bridge over thil • Little' Lehigh river, on'
the Lehigh Valley Railroad, broke down on
Wednesday as a coal train of cars was pass
ing oN;e1 it, and killed the fireman and engi
•. The Detilocrafs of Schuylkill county have
made a bad '-split" of it, by dividing into two
factions, each of which plaiuM lobe •'the par
ty," trjut disclaims the•others ns disorganizers.
They have called separate county conventions
The Missouri Democrat prophecies that the
Emancipation ticket will win in the State elec
tion of the first . Monday in_ August. There
are innumerable indications that the emanci
pation party of,Missouri is waxing fotimida
ble, not only in St. Louis, but thrOughout.the
Some planters in Russel county, Aln., have
lost steek„by turning thorn upori fields' of oats
injured by rust. Not only hogs, lint horses
and mules, also, it is said, have died From the
effects of eating these oats.. • .
• ' .oov. Denver, 6i Kansas. as we learn front
the •Ilerald .3f the 100 r, Will be inetaoralized
in favor of a re-districting of, the'State for the
oetober.eleetton—tha vote in August to be ta
ken as the basis Of the apportiotiment.
The Augusta Conetitntionalipt, the lending
,dorpooratio organ in Ueorgia . . 'cone out
, '*Orjr,.(nnOuttioally against. proscribing Douglas
democrats an4partiOularlyigaitiat the Buchan-
an bolters in Illinois.. ;.' ' •
Senator Crittenden's return,in his home in
-----Ifentucky;--vms-rnatle-tber-occasionTof - signal
• ". demonstrations that his course has been • up
prcived. At 'Covington he, received a trinin.
phial reception, and at - Cincinnati the preps.
rations in his honor were conductedon a libel'
al Seale. The peeple' - Of:Jionisville, at a very .
rargely. at tended 19ass 'meeting, coiled to, Make!,
• preparations for the'Benatorisreceptionoidop
' ted landatory.resolution; of the manlyMand
be, has , made in favor of the rights of the pee
It seems 'that arrests _have recentlylleen
, trode in Ohio of certain parties charged with
tern pt.the gang , iit is said are i n l'iio,o9.lllhiw
ishd thethave brenehes scattered throughout
';„„the 1 7 . 41914;0.,.„ They beinng io a, secret organi
• . The pas - S 'word for the.preseueyear is ‘‘Death "
;The-h4itlitrenle.ii iq .
e in tej.aeareeY44.:l l r.44, l; ; .filfthg.-„ , .•
gierrard.' ,.. pills" is'used iciteßrifeent
nide dud' .., 4 .‘gowders" designates Counterfeit,
"NOr/TNION NO IC • •
VOinteei. and' Democrat,'
that, the - fol,ltiiting itheohnis.haie . ,beett filed in
theftegietet's - 91lice",, for confirmation at. tbo
Prpharre courcto be hetZbn - Tue'iday, - the
As only 'the Detaeoratic papers this
eounty, under the " powers tlat seem te
lie entitled' to • these , "by authority-" notices,
welinblish„thern gratuitously?, so'that Ahose of
ouneadoetieerho may be, interested; can gov
ern themselves accordingly;
Tlie - tidministratiowaccou.nt of-John-Violt
~)Villiam W. Hamilton, lute of
South Middleton township, deceased...
2. Thl...fkrst and final account of Moses
~Nlorre,VEsq., administrator of Michael Fiend,
-late or Monroe township, deceased • •
a., The guardianship account of:Danlel Kol
ler, guardian of theperson Lind estate of Mary
Elizabeth, Nancy, and Barbara Hutcheson. .
4. The account of Jereminh•Bowers
istrator of Samueljturtner, late' of Silver
pl_priiig township , deceased • •
G. The account of George [kindle:Keg. 'ex
eeutor of Robert C. Sterrett,• late of South
Middleton township. deceased.
6: The guardianship account of -Jonathan
Snyder, 'guardian 'of Mrs. Martha Widders'•
minor child of Jacob Seitz. • - •
7: The account of James L. rDowell, ad
ministrator dc bonis non with the will an,
mixed of Feter Utley, late of Frankford town
b. The first and final' account of - o'op°
'Bea, aninistratstr Elizabeth'lliilt, pf
Stoughstown,'Cumberhind co., deceased.
• 9., The first and final account of Sarah A.
McCune, administratrix of Jas. McCune, late
of Council .BlCtis, lowa. 'deceased.
10 The first and final account, of Jacob
Lecher .and- David Imeher, adminiktrators of
Tehlmitip - .•deceased.-- -
11. The first and final Administration ac
pount of Monroe Morris. deceased, who was
administrator of the eutate of Mrs Elizabeth
Waggoner, latit ot'llte:holAugh of Carlisle, de
ceased, as settled by Mary M Morris; admin
istratrix of Alonroc Morris, deceased.
12. The account of. William M. Scouller,
Dickinson township, deceased. „
13. The account of Mary A. Iluntsberger.
administratrlx .of the estate of Abraham
Huntsbeiger, late of Eastpennsborough town
.14. The guardianship account of David IL
Swiler, guardian of Arthur J. Walhurp,late
of Silver Spring township. deceased. 'tP
15. The account of Jacob- Martin, adminis,
trator of the estate of Peter. Whiffler, late of
Mifflin township,_decensed. •
16. The'account of William Gracey, admin
istrator of the estate of William Parks, late of
Newton township, deceased.
. 17. - TIM final account of John M. Davidson,'
atlininistrator'oflydia Hamilton, late of West
Pennsborough township. deceased.
IS. Time final, account of. William It. Gorges,
Esq., trustee and guardian under the will of.
Samuel illowmanolato• of . East : Pentisborough,
111 The guardianship account:of Benjamin
-Myers, guardian, of the person.and estate of
Joseph Paul, of:West Pennsboroughtownship.
4,00 por an
lention of la-
The first and final account of John 0.
1111lierns, athninist rater of Jas. Woods,.(inure)
late of Inekintion township, .deceased. •
-771t iH olio of
21. The administration account of James
Clendenin, administrator of estate of John
lieiver, late of East, PennsboroUgh - township
e rare nierit
PESPOTISIII OF DEMOCRACY
Much Was been said of the party collar,
which Democracy fits so tightly on the necks
of thtlir-followers. and often lam the charge of
party. serf-dont been .denied by indignant
.democrats.-- But it hits beenleft for ncertai •
Mr. Bornney, a :delegate :in the Leponipton:
_Convention of Illinois, with a degree of frank
refreshing joi 'this ago of, party
tilekery, to . come jilt "fiat-footed" in defenct,
(of party servility. as ` the first article of demo
cfatic faitfi. Dear nt,liu says, on that sub
ject : • -
, Union Thea
, r.- -
4. It is siisrsstoristis of the hood Democrat
41)ra-he-is-tut -perfect-in-obedience ns..lio,Ss.-ab.qo.,
' hilt in cominand %%bile ho is a private in the
ranks. ho feels it to be his duty to obey the be
:,,t4e!s(a of hie party; when ho is promoted to
tiwtersitip, he exacts implicit obedience to the
ll' kinrßy. which has been vested in hint.
-:,Win.:llo,:ade,cted James Buchanan President
1 Elliellnited States, we also at the slime time
Otcddiiin'!'rettiticnt of the Democratic party;
A . 4 1 , 4 . 4 , i4g.p0.. ,. :*,i11 , the Cabinet, and the
J)e ncitikidre,Rnnaliirs,,and Representatives in
4 !.1 ~ * J O* 60444, which the party itself
std' , _ -2 . - tec .ikto re what are democratic
' PC If, V , , 'iiii!ocreitif meaeures.
fil, ' . "..,: . 0f.':*n 04rat 8 of Cumberland
'ccinnt;rl:; ,l , iiiiikii;',o ' ;tract an d ask th
• sP../.if,'"1ft4:...1511'2): tiOlmen,‘„ . why they are
boundlo'oboy , th*enninitthda of a party lead
cr,.ngilikiFit-a!'9APßPColoppyiris Octheir own
betterjudgeinent4 ~ . .,,!iz'lic,; • 1. . ••••
dinner was given to tlitillion4dheillolESOb* ,
by his Democratic Iriende.,*-ylillitibia
made some remarks, in the y :course:o Whic i h'
he dissented from the Sanesixi4MlltiylieNX
President. • For this the Erie , 914040q1114 ei
the modestrequest that he be AjorAilfilt fro •
office .or ollicrwisp 'broughtAkoiltrAlto4lll;
senses. "Vie Observer says it haxim cffireptlo
to his entertaining opinions contraikjo.
own ;_ but for having the boldness to utter them '
is why it devotes to his annihilation nearly
column of mean type. The maxim of the Q!o.
server scents to be, Think what you -please.
but don't'dare to speak your thoughts; if they
are contrary to, mine. Louis Napoleon has
hrouglit such a'rule• nearly to perfection in
France; but it is thought that seyeral years
will yet elapse before it will work well in the
United States. Things were commenced wrong
here for the successful - operation of s u ch
machinery at this time.—Lycomisq Gazette.
The editor of the Erie Qbaerver, hero refer
red.to, has '.written more articles personally
alatiive of-Mr. Buonssis than , any man in
Pennsylvania. His columns for ten years
past .have teemed with assaults upon the
President 'and his friends. But 'when this
Miserable mercenary saw in the Lecompton
policy" chance -to procure - a — reappointment.
to the post office at Erie,•he gave that policy'
his most arden support. and got a new lease
- of office for his pains. His present pastime
is abuse of all .1 ho do not worship Lccompton.
Hence his -caln ny upon Attorney General
Hsex.FM:tey teas., •
SAVE Irwin 1' • -us.—A colemporary wisely
suggests that read rs of newspapers arelittle
aware What tile:) , lote:;l4,..destroying the issues
they are daily in the habit of reading.—lt'
preserved and bound—which•could be done
a trifling - expense, they would have.a connei
led record of current events in the most con
venient and compreh'ensive shape. which
would be valuable at all • times as a book of
reference, besides affording, great pleasure in
- revieivinrold - recolltatirms and afrs)mftens in
the mind of the, reader. Ile would therein
have a cliaiti.of history—essentially local, Yet
4Mitearlint . geaeral ih character—growing
' ' .lin!i , i44 . ;:i 4, aTlY - ,be o- o ' mingt . of more interest..:
and value. It would-be an enoyolopediaa
'seimicesund arts; history and bil?grap!iy-,a
volume .embellishedNiithian MmasiaMil :gem - of
thought of the first water,, which if not - thus
preserved' would be Wholyldst.
_lt:would be .
museum in which the Most inieteratestatis--
tiolaMeould And tiepoalts worthy of his itt
a bold of delight 111 which 'the most stemma
plieted jutntelleotieletinieenntS riould royal
for dixo, and , , •
beilitqjk's,inlii(tir *to ilie'Fr..istitititli*ait?ry
` 44 l ll iPVrf
riotritOMlO'il, iq tiiiit4l4oiP6',, Tkqn9q-:
iteewillpriitnitly'pe'P."l4ll'hetso Esq. of.MA
, • • , ••
The Dluideirslsik the Itriny,,'
`A"e6rreepondent of the St.: Louie Dcmocial,,
writing:from, the camp °Olio Blue, ',Yeti
2; tutypr.: „ .
.k,lneidenta of & tragical Ohara der have oo=
ourca since our arrival heret.'Which wilt long
Oausithia'aiimp to bo regarded Ds the "Camp
- , ion '-the night of the:2Bth- ult.,--from Rome
cause br . bther t was aroused "from:-my sleep.
about midnight. The night was - one of calm
ness and beauty. I arose from , my .couch,
Walked out to ivy. tent ,tloor,ori, the; green
sward,.folded nty,.tirtam - aintstood ga?,ing.upOit
the peaceful, hills had : vales, as-they lay streth--
ed out in quiet-repose. Not a sound disturbed
the magic silonee of the hour: I wait tirotteed .
from my thoughtful reverie by Nb. 1 sentinel
crying, "Number ono, twellre o'clock, and all
"The cry was taken up by encli:"sebtinel in,
his turn and - repeated all around the camp.
The' weird chant had scarcely. -left-the lips of
tlie. - litat'sentinel and went cOhoing up the rocky
ravine upon whibh he was posted,. when I
heard the brisk. cluttering of, lierse's hoofs
Coming up the stony bill. from the 'river: A
,moment more and' the rider drew rein in front
of Major Emory's tent., whom
,he called up,
and then rode toSergeante•Major Chas Green's
whom he also called up. I now heard
Major order him (Sergeant Mnjor Green) to
make out a detail of i six pion from each motto- -
tot] company, to go' under the command of
Lieutenants Barry and Cunning-Nun. and two
non-commissioned elficbrm a Nve.2lllagruder
- had-been murdered at a settlerl cabin -over
the riveroand .this first detachinent was sent
to arrest themurderer: "
"A few nights since a drunken ,
-I'o. at Aliquortrhanry near by.in which several
t canisters were horribly mutilated—almost - .
literally cut to .pieces. Noneof . them however.
are quite dead, although in a critical condi
tion. The same night am idformel, a sol
dier. belonging to the fifth :column; which is
- alsoOiefiniped'ivor t shot _tlend._
The night after, a wagon-master of an ox team
shot one of his ox drivers through the head.
Last night two teamsters of a tattle train ivgre
badly wounded by pistol shots fired by ox
drivers.._ • .
"BitraM about to neglect some bf the par-
Magruder. He had been on a visit to the
officerit of the-fifth column, and was returning .
when. on fussing the house aforementioned,
he got entangled in an altercation with a citi
zen by the name of Proee, who fired upon -him.
The gun was loaded with a ball and n number
otbuokshot. all of which entered his fiice and
head, killing 'inn instantly. I understant
.that the city authorities of Marysville arms
teddried and acquitted Prore of the -murder.'
Yehterday the Major sent out a detachment of
seventy-five men, under" the command — of .
Lients Crittenden anti Ingraltani7frilifFst of
.the fugitive Hut they have returned after a
fruitless search.: <
"These deeds of horror are all attributed-to
the influence of liquor. Tints, you Eteo, i•um,
that foul fiend and agent. of the devil, is here
doing his fly share in the destruction of It
ihnn.. life. . ,
"Large ox trainsitre continually passing,
and yet the divison we are to escort has not.
come up. We cannot move much further un--
lil it passes •
"It seems-that those having cluirge of Ate
expedition have more fear of the .mipply trains
being cot off, destroyed or burned - by the hos
tile bidians; than they have of the
pouncing upon our-little army under the com
mand of Oen :Johnson.
-This -morning there were about sixty per
sons on the sick report. Nearly every case
was the dysentery, and nearly every .patient
was a raw recruit, fresh from citizen life Of'
course it must be -expected-that- a Change. of
diet, a change of-climate, nchangeof physical
exercise, and a new mode of life altogether,
will have such an effect- upon men. 'Tlie — enly
woederis that there is not- a greater number
down,witli thq, same complaint:
• .Tll6 — dtiercirlins no serious casesomder his
care. The general health of the troops is ex
cellent. Somefew who, like mytielf, -have
travelled over Ilexico and-Texas and
.ted the ehrohic-diarrhien. have hod a return
of that dioaded diseaseAut hope that, by tem
perance and care, we will soon be around
•, Ever since we left 'Leavenworth we haio
had a rainy day about every -fourth day, When
it PiaintOL raisin& the weather bas• been ex
ceeiNplY Warm amid oppref,slig. If if were
not for the fine prairie breeze we would some
times positively suffocate.
"There is a village of some 800 or 1,04
Otto Indians within seven miles of our
campment, but, as I have Bevil none of them.
lath not prepared tewritefurther of them."
Poisonn.— We learn from the Pittsburgh
papers that three paupers, iu-the Poor's Farm
were accidentally•poisoned last week. It ap
pears that a hut.° keg containing a quart or
two of a compound of coodua indicas 'and al
cohol was sitting in a room applopriated to
such things, wbieli room is usually kept snug
ly under lock and key. On Monday, hoWever
it was opened 'that it might be cleaned. A
poor old inebriate from the city, named Oath- .
Bert, nosed out the alcholiol, and going.tn,
tipped the keg on his knee, and turned out
.as much of the horrible awash as he could hold
iwittrunich gusto, and several of the poisonous
beirleatif the cocaina I:tfring come out with
chewed them up for cherries.
oe:ikeeitiOnstinot-being strongly developed
briktupitaraanblieveriike,Outhbert went forth
6. 4 11i04. To them he disclosed
the * 4 ; 0144 litidlound it "charming keg of
'll'indqviirtijok of the broth also,
and inirtUA t,'lmarLthese'ithree -wretched
men were; feurful convul
sions. ChieW'tb'eAl- 7. tuuL,44o . i 'fox=
only a week.
..lie„latdlieiiii*iat . 'tfie gutters
of the city a good while,, ataT- was thoroughly
saturated with whiake3r.':sln ''tin hour after
his death he had turned quite black. The
oilier two. who had sweated and vegetated out
most of the fumes a the poison of whiskey,
iota protracted stay at the farm, were not af-_ .
&cited similarly in appearance;
A fourth named Pat' Weld', had a grand
mouthful of the cherry bounce, but not 'fancy ,
ing the taste of it did not swallow. That was
,whist saved hislife. Such was the•endof three
unfortunate drunkards, and a verdict was
Tendered in accordance with tho abdVe Acta.
IFor the, Herald.]
Ma. 'lEorron': The period •is approaching
when tbe 'delqgates' from the various town
'ships of this county, will meet in Convention
to Torm a.Union People's - Ticket, to be sup
ported nt the coming election; by the 'parties
adverse:to:HlM preSent'Administration it is,
right and proper that the people shmild be
soniewhat prepared to net through their Dohs.
gateS,'when - tbe Convention IneetS: - Ille would
suggest, bates" ALLEN. of "Newton; as a
suitable, person to represent us in fife lOwer,
an intelligent farmer; and from our slight ac.
quaintance with hint 'we 'beifieye" hint comps-.
tent for.the post* lie has' neve - taken an no-
VIM pari in the political life'and is' therefore
net an Ultra Man: kisnur , Opinion' ;that be
will command a'largli'vate in The' upper end of
the county. if be will consentAti be a' condi
datelari&the-Convention , set4roper-`,Lto-notal-;
oats " WE'S T _ P
2 . 4xprions.—,Between.now and . the Bth or
November next, the. Fred States will elect 127
of the 286 members of the neit:Uoited Shites
'House of Representeti'Ve'sjeavipg' iilqost be
'elected in March and'Aprikiieict New.
iiampebire,,teur cow:teeth:int And• two. in
111fode Island. , . , 'Vermont will commence the ,
election op members of the'neit'pongress:Sep
.ter ip tbe,entpeot4b...-; The Middle ant West
ern Statei will attheivillff in . October "ttml
tlOveirifiee; ‘;-; • i
Vair: Oecradireitisetnent ti'.
Irivir int*roiator 43 : soother. .• ' ‘,
Ilurp..of Ail tlc!.!rf•legraph.
The expedirlifittati bff„ti•••.ftrettirrpitrprofseaf
'laying the trard,Athaatitilifatklias:againitfiled
iftff, firrived:at QueenktVitti, -•
--!:The,Aietherrition'ai4Clier: tender and the
'twit undler ten e from.. Plymouth •
on the 101,1i - ollnitti,` oLthe great Vessels:
..efirifAng•aliour otiti-dlioufainilWr hundred_
Milet of new, and improved np
paratua for paying 4 out., which it was ettleu
, late& woad have
. allowed for any • strain or
'unefiqual motion of the ships: as the •very
•sieed of tho vessels:regulated, 'by •antomatie
1 -arringenients, the M)illwatyro .biiidischarged,
After haiing been three days at sea, the expe
dition was overtaken by a fearful gale, which
,continued without jntermission for nine days.
On the seventh day of this heavy weather, the
'ship's, which had doritintied to keep together,
had to part hommitiy, and the. Agenteintion
was obliged to scud before the'rrind thirty "six
hours.. lier coalst got adrift, and a coil of the
'cable shifted, so ;that' her. captain for some 1 1
time entertainedlterious'appreliensions.of her•l
Safety, and frdinithe itimiense strain, her we,
ter ways were • fdreed•- open, find one of' her
ports broken. two sailorit•Were severely in
jawed and one marine lost his reason. from
fright yet. such was the constuaniat esk ill and
good - seemantillip - and intrepidity of her corn
mandSi, Captain Priddic, that lie Wan enabled.
to bring' her to the appointed rendezvous' Thn
Niagara rode out the storm gallantly, havint •
oily carried away'llerjiblaiern and one wing
of her' fituye IMad, the great, American eagle
' All the vessels having at- length arrived t ••
their central 'point of junction.. the first
splice-hf the cable was madeon 'the 25th. Aft e• •
having , paikaut two and a half miles, owin ••
to an:ftethlegt• oxboord the Niagara, the :
- waeparted but the ships having again stet tlt
splice was made good, and they cosfinence
to give out the cable the second time, but aft( .
they - baa end' paid out about 40 miles it ws
reporteilthatilie current Bail brat:wand ft
communiention could be made, between. tl t
ships. - 171affirtifnatelyTiM this- itist
brekkage most-have occurred tit the bottom 31
- the electricians, from the fine calf:oh:Pot
which their instritinenta allow them to make
wereable thriftier°. such to have been th
fact even before the vessels came togetimi
!aim-- I tin emit off this lass they duet fo
the third tints and restored the connection o
the cable - en the 28th. They then *storks
afresh, the, Niagara having paid nut over on I
hundred and fifty'iniles of cable, all on-boar I
entertained the most,satiguine anlicipationst-!._
success, when the fatal announcement wv t
made upon Tue.-day, the at 9 P. M tits
the electric current bad ceased to flow • A
soon as the necenajty of abandoning the project
for the present.wns now only too manifest. i
was considered that an opportunity !night s ;
well be - availed lit to - test the'strength - pf - tirt
Accerdingly tills iMutense.vessel wit h
all her Stores Sc was sillosied to wing to th
cable end in addition a chain of Tour ton t
___was,placetLon the breaks; yet although it wit I
Mewing fresh at the time, the cable held lie
as' fast as if she had beSti at anchor over at
hour, wheita heavy pitch of the sea snappet';
the rope, and the Nilloll'll bore away frost
this port. Before starting an arrangemen
TRH made - flint should tiny occident occur it i
giving Out the cable before the ships shoal I
have gone one hundred-iniles. they should re v .
turn to their starling place in mid-ocean. bu
in ens° that distance should have been exceeT
-ded-before-any casualty should happCn
Should make for Queenstown In accordambi
with Ihla Understanding the Niagara. Lavin
made one'linddred and nine miles 'before
mishap returned to this port.
The other.vessels had not tirrived, conse
fluently, the public-mind is iii suspense as I
the cause of the . failure. It is, probable th
attempt will be renewed this season. -
By the arrival of the ittentnship Indian, w
Saturday -we icon that the Agamemnon - nil I .
Vdl'orons returned to QueenStowa'on the I:2t'i
The final-break in the Atlantic cable' wait WI-t
-helow the stern of the Agamemnon, after,ont
imindredttturfort?:sixThilleslind been paid out
of that vessel. 'The'Agnmetneon then return
ed to the rendevous intnid-neenn. and cruise I
there for five„days, in nnticiptition'id meetin I
the'lfittojrnra. On her arrival at. Queenstowl
it was- resolved to coat and stmt for the fins I
attempt on Saturday' the 17th.
still- twenty-five hundred miles of cable 0:1
board bith ships.
Entrance.o:f General Johnston" into the
The..Yeto Military Poets
Sr. Louil; 'July despoteli from SI,
Joarph. 'anted .st,ntes that tit
Snit Lalto - ntail to the 26th tilt.', hod 'arrive 1
Oeneral Johnston with his troops, entere
Salt Lake City on the Vith,
Capt. Marcy accompanied (len. Johnston
who has established his headqiutitcrs in th
The Mormons had been invited by a prods
motion to return and take possession of 01(4
Provo is still the rallying point of tho Mor
' The express conveying (ho orders of' lb
War Department to General Harney woo
six miles in his rear when the nmil expres
The; grass wns plenty, and the Indians con
Our Leavenworth despatches are to th
111111, received pp. U S. express to Boonville..
ington state that new military posts are to be
erected at Big Timbers and the Cheyenne Pass
GENE[RAL JOHNSTON'S PHOCLAMATJON
• TO THE- PEOPLE OF UTAII.
The commissioners of the _United States,
deputed the President to urge upon the people
of this Territory the necettity of obedience to
the Constitution and laws, ns enjoined by his
proclamation. hair° this day informed me tha•
there will be no obstruction to the administra
tion aild'execution of the laws of the Federal
Goveri;tinent, nor any opposition-on the part
of the people orthicTerritoryjo - the military
force-of the Government in the execution o
their orders.' :
til.in'ttioie feel it him
lave great entisfsction in
hose 'citizens.ef the Tort
apprehend from the arm:, „dent that
no person whatever will he in'anywise inter
fered with or. molested in: his.person or rights,
4 in the•peneeful ' pursuit of MS , avocation . ;
and should prOteetion be needed. that they
will find the army always faithful to . the
gationlk of duty. itirready now to assist and
protect them as it was to oppose them while it
was believed they wore resisting the laws o.
their Government. . . A. S. JOIINATCIN,
Colonel Secondenvalry and Brow. Brig. General
Tae UTAH Elmmivins.—Leaveutrorth,,July
20, Mc( 8/... Lottivi -July 23, per trailed States
Expreis.—Tlm - express which left. Fort Leaven
. worth.:on thd 2d,. with orders for General
Horn* to halt and await instructions from
Washington, Las returned.. General Harney
was overtaken fifteen Miles east. of the cross
ing of arnitleti-Fork of, the Platte Ricer, on
the,Ath inst •
general Harney intended to meet the prin
cipal Chiefs and ,a considerable body of t the
,Clteiyenneti who,:,being aware of the presence
of Harney-1011dr country., were desirous of
holding ft catincitivith him, for the purpose
of renewing theirasfamances of friendship to:
orders; countermanding the advance of a por
er . the, einfoteements, erne met, et Fort
Kearney on the I Ith, and probably came up
with GeM.Harnefe.headquarteraby. the Igth.
-Theitroeps , and•trains wereall getting along
well, although the latter_were somewhat., de
• layed by the high water Col:May's :colintn
-Was raft en
CoQ Morrison's -commantV. was met abdve
Col ; : khuntieCwas'in camp, near Fort. Hem',
ney on , the lth. ,
Mnjhrs Emery. and , Whiting's cOlumns.were
• near the_ Little aiue oil: the lath, • .
chinantork gel:TO:into nlloweliy
store 440-Francini; nint:Onitiirod , if Only ,
litad any , Oonsistintifts. ,; On being 'askedto ex-
lie didn.t knoin:what , consistency 'wag,
lautito ita'licen told' it ytas:iOnio 'Sort of 'it
jer . ol.tan,d, ho . Shnuili like to, 'F3CO'faii: ,
doubtful it any shopkoppey
ye, Odvipi3 Jolitipinantin 'to call on. some
of or 06it:0who iy
they iositois the nitiole.ho is in want: of:
goimr nO 6114 '4l-iatirrs.
atiete T roloweal It - ighiter,for the Week
Jltly Afelb, '
•1858.Thera:no-1 I Remarks.'
I meter:* I I
Tuesday. B'l'oo io • .Rain.
'Wednesday. 7.2, 00 _
Thursday. 75..00 - •
,Friday. 69 00, ,
..... . • .
Saturday. 89 , 00 , •
Sunday. 70 00 .
.111o,ntlay.: • 73 00 • ;
Weekly 70 00 - 10
•The flop . a of bent In the above register is the dank.
overage of three observations.
WO direct the Attention of our readers !to
several now Udvortisetnente in this number of
the Herald.- • . •
,The Cambei•land County 'Agrictral
cicty, will celebrate thdliaittetst - 1/44,••••artlie,
Pair gr'ounds ettSaturtlayllie.ith day of 'Au
gust 'text. • - • - °
Adam CeoVer, Secretary- of the Erchool
Boa d. Dickineen township, advprtisra ni for
20 Teachers , to fake charge of the s i cittiols
The Secretary of the Board of school three,
tors of West Pennsboro; ati'vertises for..(iffeen
teactiere, for 'the schools oft hat district.
The Secretary of the school Board of Frank
ford, advertises for eight teachers, for that
itfiehal Frieze son.' offers his farm*
sale. ll is of small size well iMprwied, and
just a convenient distance from town:
The Executors of Joseph Sadler deed mill
'Till a valumble lime-stone farm on the 7th of
September next. •
•It is situated about three Miles from Har
risburg, and about one fourth of a. mile front
-the turnpike at Oysters Point. 110 from ias
location and improv'entents, is one_ofthe most
'desirable farnis in the country.
John Sadler and John Houser, assignees of
David It Rockaftllow, will offer at public, gale
on the 11th of September, 48 acres of improved
land - in - Silver Spring -township, on the 10th,
37 news of black sl - ate land; in Hampden twp.•
and on the l Ith.a valuable lot of ground in
the borough of Mechanicsburg. , ,
S. Hepburn lsq.. will offer at puldicsalc at
the Court House, on yritlay . the . 11th, of Au
gmd_next, 652 shores of the Cdpital Stock . of
the 'Carlisle Deposit Bank,
ArPOrkiTMENT.—The numerous friends
hoiv of Alexander Wilson Esq: of Philadelphia
will be pleasill 'to learn,,that he has been al);
pointed U. S, District Attorney, for-the-Terri
tory of officio could not have been
.conferred on a more deserving
Al a meeting of the young men nf Cumber
land county, to organize a junior Agricultu
ral-Sociely,.Wm.'ll'atts-Jr:,,Was called to the
chair, and Frank culver.-appointed Secre
tory: On motion , a committee consisting of
J.F. Culver, A. Bostler F andeo,--11illiams;
were appointed to draft resolutions.' The fol
lowing were reported and adopted:
Rewired That this society be known by the
name of the Junior . Agricultural society of
Rewired, That the object of this society is
promote thelittoral s - of agriculture:Aare
generally. by organizing clubs in the different
townships of the county, said clubs,to be tin
-der the control of the-county society.
Rex°!red. Tina we. will unite with the Cum
berland County Agricultural Society, in all
their efforts to promote the agricultural inter
Resolved, That we accept the invitation. of
the Cumberland County Agricultural Society,
to unite with them ou-Saiurday. the 7th of Au-•
gust, to celebrate Harvest Home."
Resolved, we will form a procession
at the Court Ilimuse. in Carlisle, anti passing•
thro' the dpferent streets of the town, repair
to the Fair grounds. We invite mill th young
mena who feel interested to join in time pro
IteBohyd, that the minutes of this meeting .
Ite published in all the papers of the county
On motion, a committee front each town
ship was appointed to call township meetings,
and use every effort
.. to secure as large a dele
gation as possible. The cot mitteesconsist 0f—
.17,;i717,11i7R1 ton —J Frauk — Culver J. Coble
South ,11 idd ton—n Homler Wm. Stuart.' ,
ilonroe .11 0.4. Stamm'. J. P Prosser.
Silver Spring —John A.. Saxton, Wolfred
Harman. • .. •
Die/a:mon—P. .1 Moore. Mr. Sharp
Wed Penstoro'—John Carothers, Jos. Steel•
Fraskjhrd—John W. Waggoner, Jas
.Wifitin—hne Muck, Wm. !loon.
.Vg.teton— Shn . rp Woodtnirn.
Southampton Addams, IL. W., AI
Shippenßlirg ip.— 3.0 s Raum. iena Roonti
Ropetrill- Carson Elliot. Martin Kunklo„.:
On a motion to. Ippoitit Marshalls. J., Frank
Culver 'wigs nppointod Grand Marshall and
J Moore, Assistant
On motion, thetSociety adjourned to meet
,afthe Court [louse; in Carlisle, on Baturdsy,
the 7th of. August, at 10 o'eletk. -
WATTS, Jr., Ch'm
J.. PRANK CUIeNR, &r'y; : •
or. We wish to call the attention of our
renders to 'the advertisemen't of Chickering &
Sons, who have opened, their ware rooms at
1307 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, where at
all times will be found a complete assortment
of their most superb instruments, et Boston
prices. Their reputation 'as makers of the
best Phino-Forte is world-wide and richly de
served ; any comments from us' seem out of
place beside the following testituoniala : •
. Rionmusat, Va., Jan. pi; 1858.
My Dear Sir,
1 have. tried Messrs Weltering & Song'
Square Diano-Fertes. and I have much pleas
ure in certifying that there are no superior
instruments in this country or htEtirope..
To'Mr. N. CADAISI.
Messrs, 3..Siegling Sonl •
..I can only repent that which, has been, said
.Be often.by others...ola well as fillyBolly that I
consider the ebickering,& SOnananusfar be
;Mud eomparlson. the BEST I have over seen in
Amerlea r and tam also happy" to - add; that
,ctite fori uncap in being % o
in) ably rep
resented the South, by so respectable
: house as that of .Siegling & Son..
Tours itspectiblli,, • • ,
• • , . . • , S.. TIIAT,DEItO. •
- Pirrintrna,ll9treh 2t1i,,1/158.
14r. Mellor :—Dear Bii=4l3iiio9, my. airivtil
in Anterles I have constantly, uitedilte.Pianos
of Messra i chinhering pone,. and I toim only
repeat to yon (while,timnking yoti:fer the Pk-,
nnyslatt,have,so kindly furnished.foi , my ton
nerta,,here,) I hays , stt ellen said
hefore ;: the nistratutinta, are iltn,..hest :.1 have
804in-1'1)111e . United States. and will ,Zotimare
TnyarosPlY:Yith . ani kliave eY9K.4own:
Junior A'grietilitaral Society
MlLis !louse, Chntleston..B. C.
Feb. 2(1,' 1868
.. . , .
DIgEASE 'OP tIIE LIVER. . .
4 NEW:, WORK :HNN'e }Mee iiii.lit,:l?eenl:."a
-'Tared With the perusal•of " ThO Model, ige'- - ' By this disease we understand an inflami
chtint, or Mempirai'of Blintuel Badgett," a.a,maill . either in the,fnemhratie of : substaneokf the
,yolume . Of`.lB7liages. nbridge'd Irina a larger liver; known .by dull:pains l i n the right side,
work by Mffiiant Arthair.pnoW of Ragland, fair-. the stomach 'always _disordered, the yellow
aterly Miesionari'to India. aindpublialiedby tinge of the skin, dry
~e9,kiKli. tenguie coated,
ithe' Presbyterian , Board of PUblientiOn. 'We. costiveness, higli•eufbred ueine,anil of athick
were de lighted With the orjginal work. and natiirei severe weal:pos.4 .andilevere pains in
ivere.pleaseillo hear it publicly commended• the head. . - '
to his parishioners by ono of the ministers of I The quantity of ,eorrupled humors in the
this borough ; tant„ in the present abridgement i region of the liver. causes'a defective secre
it has been reduced Ltoless 0;61 half the origi- Lion of the bile. . I'IM liver when' healthy,'
nal mica:l,-mA many dissertations and, repetitions i dervi ,,i a s a
liti4r-iollie bleed, foSep - iirate all .
- haVe - beeri - oniitteil,--withont_ te_loSset__Way..... ,
Amportant_or_pertinent thou its.- The
1 iinpnrity - frain - it; - or - to - refille ii: 'When - diti , . -
g relll .'etistin,it cruinoLpitrily:the blood, Witielhiviten ..
idea of the remarkable man. • whose elanract'gr !'seat ~, ~ , „. • nod , • .
If I.a. nietrbitclnecioni::glistV'oln)l,Bin74ennc:e".ria"Pitniridtlelen,
is hero given, is admirably preserved..
,eVery.man of business would carefully peruse l, cultclove
~ 4aaaa. .
,this 'wdrk.,. We believe ' lie ' would - gain views l ~ I '"" 1 . 11 ./ •3:, , ti withho lding
Pi ‘ les,and other eninplabits, as
the natural stimulus to'the intestines, causes
caleulated.toMakehim happy . and euccessftal - .
in his employment, whatever it may he.. The I nYsPerlcill . a.
if , a
~,,,, ri- ,-,-I , i , thorougm , , you perceive, the
whole direct way tu unravel and .
tear s ystem the
!ii pieces. t . •
, A patient suffering front complatint,should
devoted to his ordinary calling, and drives it
resort to speedy relief .Yet there are serf'with the utmostenergy and skill. he can hard . - 1,
ly be aSPirßual, Christian ; . -and that to . be a
heavenly-Minded,man; one' must necessarily . 1 few medicines w .rtli ti cerlaid curing dial,
'abstract his tliouglat'irem his business and eases. What then shall he done? IVe say, '
have no worldly tact and energy,' inhere shown use Br. Moe se's lndian Ituot Pills, as the,.
by example to be not only' unsceiptural bat .nre cor»p)sed of shorts and roots; they
absurd. ' "Tact, push 'raid principle," -were be fottial a sore cure for illia'painfel disease.
because they piarge.lfrmn the body -those ear—
lite darn..qualities t-lantuel 13adgett regarded
as liadispensable r te every successful merchant, ra pt . 1 ..: :
: lam, Stagnant limners; riisl so cleanse
'and we should like to. s e e these words- the cod renew theshlood. wideh is the cause lint'
only of the disease of the liver. and the Win.
watchwords of .every Christian mail of busi
in ..trttion of the IcidnOv and the bladder, hut of
ness ;. but. it would have gratified many
.this community to have seen on the 'title page •
the natite of Sarah A. Myers, as the real alt.
every description of disease. Front . 9 to 4
of the . aistre piii . *ll,lltk . 6O ev:ery . nigilit on - go,
- theress - of - this'abrialgtnciti - forl .
:ttig to bed,, will in a few days entirely relieve
whieli she has acquired. especially in the de
parttnent.of.juvetdle literature, haabecome a the body of everything Oat is oppoSed. to
'matter• of.ju.d pride to them and of favorable i heal:111•••°'
con gra ulut 6il'Fo lie
Pic Nic ludie9! Pic Nic, at the
` 1 4 4 -in9 4 . 1 4444e--SP:i; tita haap
M E Church. will be held on Thursday
Tickets may be procured from James Holler,
Idards ShoplcY. Jetties It. Weaver:or N.
nameli, who have been appointed inanaiern
for the occasion. ' Omnibusses will be in readi
ness to convey parties to the Springs at louder
. Apart from the pleasure to be derived from
arday of social onjoyment 'in the country, it.
will atlord.an , opportunitrto.ntake a sniall iit
vestMent in eltureh property, no the proceeds
will be appropriated to furnish the 'M. E.
(Atwell which is now_uudergoing " extensive
MAnat:Ts,—Our larbets are begin
ning to nssinne—thra- njtpettrance of plenty
which nterks the close of sunnner:
1 Tomatoes, cifehatbers, corn—and- - zfrait, - - are
Mininrh'ilFrtrarrs - 011 held at high prices,
moan is set iitg at 20 Os. per dozen, tomatoes
18i — c tietitaina 12. to 18, potatoes ;h5.10 40et4.
a - peck, butter sells at from 12:to IS cts. n
pound, eggs do per dozen, spring chickens
30 to 40 cts, a pair. '
BERRIES. The annual harvest soivell kiiown
among our merchants and dealers as the-"ber
ry sea Son."• is tow in full tide of successful
operation, huckleberries and blackberries;
are brought to market injarge ottantities,and
are re:Airy botight by oar citizens front 10 to
124 eta for huckleberries and 5 to Gets, for
blackber - rie - s. With the prOceedsof their ber
ries, many of our economical mountain girls ,
'apply themselves with extra dry goode, rind
fieneciiiii , merchants are always giatitled 'to
know that there' Will be a fruitful berry seaeonl
VEnx Caoniam. On, of our exchanges
states that a cotrespoudent of a-Philadelphia
paper, gives the following description" of the
Cono,logitinett creek; which takes its "winding
way" through our-county.
"Imagine one of the crookedest things in
the world, then imagine one twice as crooked,.
and imagine to yourselOtiarge stream three.
times as crooked itAll these put together, and
you have a Saint idea of the crooked disposi
tion of this crooked creek. There is no drift
wiicid in it ; from the fact that' timber cannot
find its way far down. enough to lodge two
sticks together; but few snakes, because it is
not straight enough to'swim in ; and the fish
are all in 't-liirlpools in the bends because
they cannot find their way. out. Ifirtlis fre
quently attempt to fly across the creek, but
alight on the same side they start from—be
ing deceieed by the crook. Indeed, you may
be dc:ceived when you think you see across it,
and some of the b'hoys Say it' is so twisting
there is but one side to it."
LIST OF JURORS
or August Term, .18514
Carlisle—Adam SCIISCIMIII, henry Bitter
man, George Koontz,. James Magonigle.
Dickinson = Anthony Mellinger. ltoyer.
Hampden—Abraham Adams, Wm. Logan.
ilopewell—Jaceb Sailhanter. .
Monroe Jacob Hoover.
North Middleton—John KemPher, William
Novville— S. M. 'Davidson.
Newtoli—Jacob ltedlig..• .
Silver Spring—William Keller, George Ro
Shippensburg township—Hugh Craig, Phil
Southampton —Jacob Coorer.
South Middleton—Henry Brechbill.
Hest Pennsborough M. Glenn
• THAVEItBB JUlt0114" . , •
Carlislo—Jobit iMonks, Charles Shapley
William Seller, Thomas Hackett, Witlian
• Dickinson- Samuel Diven, William. Fevre,
David. Lefever, -John -Early.
East Pennsborongli -William Sadler, Jonas
Frankfur4,- Samuel Woods, John Wallace,
William Sanderson, John C.
Hampden - John Myers, • Lewis Bricker.
Lower Allen - Joseplaßucher, Benjamin
Kauffman, Henry Neidich. •
Mechanicsburg Eokels, jr., , 110 , 0.
Netitan -David . Kendig. .
Cumberland-John G Miller.
Notth Midillotta-Wm IVonderlich, Henry
Shippensburg Borough.-Jas. Kelso, Chris
Soutlianipton- James' :K. Kelso, ' Abraham
Beavers, thorny Reese. 444. •
, South Middleton -John G. Kenny, Richard
Craighead;; David Geeswort.
—Silver Rprujg4 r Jatues • WilltiMigittltliclutel -
Haat. John Albright. Wm. 11. Ewalt. •'
Upper Allen et- Miller.
..West Penrisborough— Benjamin Irongneok
ar,e george - Fatmitlntugh, Samuel IL - Allen,
'Skiles•AttiKeelum, M. V. Aid, Yen M. Graham.
• ' SPECIAL JURORS.
Drawn for Angyst'Oilei and Terminer.
Carlisle George Cart, Jacob Landis, John
Myers, Jesse Hinehart; Henry Harkness. -
Monroti,--Joseph Brandt. Joseph Bomberger
Gilbert, George Dyadic.,
Meeliariieiburg —Jiieeph Jliileisen., ;
New:ton :l -, Samuel, Cope, James
Newville-Wilaam Klutz, , - James := rlgCa d-
"North Middlekeo , 7 .4,leion,dir Coroiniin;- Ad-,
am liotikor,.'.Heorge'AVaggoae . r..,
genthampton 411094 Hlippieger. , ,
SnuthMiddlettt- - dohn,Eplpy,- Dad
spri4,— . 4aeob
shipor i stafr i t
Prof. Wool, 312 Btoadway, is ruininglhe.
Ilair dye trade. People will not use dyes
tea a ntoral reStilratitailiriliT—ririialat
' color of the hair
_can be produced by nalum
reinedieS. Dyes are, artificial agents. and
dangerous in their application., but Wood's
Flair Tonic is a healthy stiunolent.and cauees,
-a healthy growth.' /1" growth of gray on a
young greon's head is unnatural, and to ap.,
ply - a colbring fluid produees an dunatttrar
,reitult-; the•color is.changed, th be sure, but
not t !trough- the- rouge- of lufir.• - .Ladies . .. -
di) you see that geranium plant in the win,
don yonder?, haw yellow aud faded it looks?
It is.alivi; and growing; yet where the
.beautiful, rich, dark green that .belongs to .
it.?•Gone. You ,ean . color those leaves by
an external application of chemicals. but
they will not remain colored. • Do'you
sire to do it naturally? Make a solution of
guano wafter apply. -it to the roots, and he
plant will take Sit tip into the system, and
then nit' will. see It.richHgteett permanent
hue._ Pr4ssor Tonic -works
-on the same principle. The rings of the hair
drink up that application, and high health .
and beauty result. • • .
CAuxra N.—Bln%'arr , of worthless imitations,
as several arc all enily fa the market, called
by different 'tutnips. Use mine anless .the
words . ( Professtir Remorative t
.St and New York). are
blown in the hottly., Sold by all Druz gists
and _Patent 31edicing 'dealers - , also by
Valley and Toilet Gtniffrirarfr - s i t i tho
Unite(' Stittci and Canada.: '
LOST VOICE RECOVERED
NEW I.IEDFono, Aiigust 10
IN. S. IV. Fowl.E.llaving seen many
ce,Ytifkates publislmd imreltdion to De
tar's Balsam if Wild Cherry,.l take this
kapportunity-uf -utferitig-a- word -in—its•fayor
which you are also ot liberty to publish. A.
[few months since my wife's hing3 lematne
"inuelt affected by a sudden cold, that she
lust her .voice, and Marred severely from
pains in the breast. - Ulr situation molded'
ber frie/ILIS Much alarm. Having he ard your
Balsam strongly reihnumentled by those who
had used it,_l purchased a bottle of your
genttintthis,place. She took it ace mling to
directions, and it produced a Wonderful elf.
vet. &Mire using one. bottle. she had corn
reortered her voice, the pains sulnd•
taled,Und liar health lVad SOUR folly restored.
• .11ENRY - G.
None genuine unless sigueil I. BUTTS on
the wrapper. •
Sarni W. FOW LE Co„ l3 B
tcreel, Boston, Proprietors. Sold ,hy their
gents every where. S. Elliutt agora. fur
How TO Plto3101: licaLytt.—American
'mothers are doomed to early graves, iu con.
sequence of their sedentary in door m1)10)-
1 meat, 'Every consideration ,s 1 affection, dutYs
and the preservnthin twit healthy posterity,
should prompt, the heads of families, and
'others, to assist in averti• g 'results so disas•
t ennis to the well-being of society at large.
Thousands of house wives have recently tbund
ample_ leisure for- healthy, out door exercise,
by purchasing soul tisiiig one of Gutirca &'
Bases 's Family Sewing Machines, by which
they have been, enabled to do all their sew.
ing, in: it stronger .and Inure beautiful style
'than tin)y could have done bi hand. The
transition from the slavery ofihe needle to
the joyous exercise of the largest liberty, hari
Lad the happiest effect npou the health and
tempers of the fair posessors of the GuorLn
& BaxchmacHne, and every woman who is
practically fa milliar with their value, regards
them with grunt [liver, as the only Missiona
ry Agent that -is at,. all likely to emancipate
the sisterhood from the slavoryof the needle
GA LVANIC OIL. Will
remove all pain frOinßurns and Scalds, in
from JO to 20 minutes; by. ranking 11 free up•
plkatinn to the parts (dreamt. Painfid Sores
. Swellings mill th e relieved in ashort time
by the nse orthis Oil.
This medicine is far sale* S. Ellioit, 13....1..
Kieffer, J. S -Davidson. E. J.taes
Iliehhind & Washinem J . 111)YI. KV iP. D. flays,
, Itaeasl.& Dies, , Green & 1 3. etep Garber,
B. A lexa alder & 111911 in. Craighead ,&
'Mo - are, M., Leidshak, Mary W. Foetid.
rentedyfar Dime!)lia and inignation,
we•thiak the Oxygenated-Bitters unequalled.
.Theinre . free. from alcohol, and. contain—
dudieiduitly coutbitted with. other: hygienic
atunattees- 7 :ogygen,.the chief vital :element.
' Owthe 224 10. t,, by Fer..lserb Fry. ?fr. niertArto
'O. EltstrN. of Adam. 'cutinti.. to - Mf.• MARY
nr ravel tow n,'Cumterland-cruuty. '
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'"lll , thitip ,, ol , ll , l4'anlau ,, ,lnf 1.60.: finer PrOturtod
, WILSON, i relict or tiro Into
jeer nr~ior ego.
rokikent4itilmr4Dit..tolm'All".4arilyi 114., lu
Blltippolloliurg;":un , -Turodny - to ornitio,' 4io - 20th 11154 --
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