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wnMlny Eve'uir, Dec. , 1859
Wiiil8aTo Gossir. The Washington
torrespoiSJonc of the Baltimore Sun says
-' that "the aci of the adventurous Frenchman,
Count Boulboh, in taking possession of the
Province of Sonora, and decreeing ite an
nexation to the French Empire, aeemi to ex
'cite much curiosity end surprise. But it ia
" obe regarded only ai an individual freak,
'' and not aa a measure of the French Emper
"When be stial', take possession of Sono
fa i&A . attempt, aa some have supposed he
Wiii do, to frustrate our enterprises' for a rail,
road to the Pacific, it will be time enough
for our Texans. and Californiana to act in
the matter. A handfull 6f them will, at any
time, when necessary, take Sonora and A-
nericanize it. The expedition of the French
- adventurer was got up in California) and
" another will follow it, no ddiibts when ne
cesaary. It is well known that Bdfiora 1
: the richest gold bearing" province i'n Amer
ica, and, when It ceases to be Mexican, it
; must be American. '
' J, "A vastly more important question may
arise from the Policy of France towards her
ancient poasession, the island of St. Domin
go. Who cin undertake to say that Na
poleon 3d will not, even with the assent 'of
England, conquer and re-colonize rf ay til It
may be a difficult, perhaps it will be an lm
practicable enterprise. But France has, it
; weuld seem, received a foothold in the
' Spanish part of the island, and taken the
Dominicans under her protection.
"Hernextstep may beone much beyond
- the purposes for which the United States
Government and that of Great Britain lately
".united with France, to secure a peace be
tween Hayti and the Dominicans. Napo
leon lit may summon FauBtin I to lay down
his power and restore St. Domingo to
m France. Whether the Monroe interdict em
braces this case is a question, '
Mr. Giddines, the other day, in his anti-
elavWy speech, indicated Serf plafnfy what
have supposed to be the policy of the anti.
slavery party in the United States in regard
to Cuba. It is to annex Cuba, for the pur
pose of raising the fearful Question, In which
it will involve the Union. The Filibusters
and abolitionists , will be found anited tn a
scheme for obtaining possession of Cuba,
with force or without, as may be most con
venient one seeking plunder and the other1
'. "Now and then a pilgrim is seen traveling
from here to the 'veiled Image of Sals' in
modern Egypt, called "Concord," which,
next to the modern Heliopolis, (Boston) con
tinues still the object of wonder and devo
tion. The piety .of office-seekers increases
Jiourly, and will soon border on religious fa
naticism. Meanwhile you msy rely on the
Jacl that General Pierce will have his cabi
net made up before coming 16 either New
York, Philadelphia or Washington, and that
the CQinbined efforts of all the cliques will
tiotbe able to change it. Thero might be
aome objection to some members of his cab
inet, if their namus were known now, but,
after they shall be announced officially, they
will be pr nounccd unanimously, "the best
43tted for the place." " ' , '
Caloric Ship Eaicssim Success
ful Trial. All experimental trial of the cal
oric ship Ericsson, now lying at Williams
burg, N. Y., took place on Wednesday, fire
having been applied to the furnace for the
first time, and resulted in the triumphant sue
cess of the experiment. At the start, the
- wheel made three turns per minute, and
'' hortly afterwards'' reached five turns per
minute, at which speed she continued work
ing for several hours, and would be kept in
motion the whole of Wednesday night.
This ia much more than the most ardent of
the frienda of the invention had re'aaon to
eipectw Toe Her'attJ fays;
"As the experiment ws made at the
" dock, with the vessel made fast, the opposi
tion of the water was naturally much grcat
: or than if she had been under way. Five
' turner wheir stationary, are said to be equal
to efeven or twelve under way, producing
from ten to efeven miles per hour, a rate of
1 speed very rarely exceeded by first class
We are informed by a gentleman who was
, Oil board that the machinery worked to ad
' tjr?tion, the smoothness and regularity of
its niby'nen being unsurpassed by even
well-tried engines. , It is contemplated to
keep the whew iH motion for two or three
days, to satisfy,' If occular demonstration,'
the great euriosity irt'the minds of the pub
lic regarding the matter, although1 it was not
contemplated to set hw at work at present,
as she is far from being considered In a com
plete state. We understand she will net be
ready for her trial trip for two or three weeks'
'yet, it beiag determined, to-have her U a
' perfectly complete state when she leaves'
. the' ftferbor, when it is intended to' take her
to' Baltimore and probably to one or two'
other cities, ia order to give her a thorough
ly satisfactory trial before commencing her'
voyage to Europe.
'' J STsaWta' Jt)jik Livet Lost. A collision'
took' place, WthB 17h Inst., neallurrlcane
Island in the Mississippi, between the steam,
ere Western World and H. R. W. Hill, by
? which the former will prove a total loss, to
ngether WlihTier entire cargo'' It is supposed
' that teri'or fifteen lives were lost.
.,' .FiaAitcts'or PsBsriAinlWe learn
, from the annual report of the Auditor Gen
. eral of Pennsylvania, that the receipts into
the State Treasury during the year ending
on the 30th ult., amounted to $7,716,552,
' Which is increased by previous balances on
Rand to 88,580,123. Ofthis sum $331,000
is unavailable. The expeditores during the
,' y'ear',ambiMed to $6,876,480, leaving on
handf li333,6l1l; ' : ,-
WnitA EtvERSEl Last spring aMt.
Atmn.' of KaiJtwha county, Va., emTgra-
tfcd to Texas, with the expectation of doing
bMt In thn world. 'although his circum
. ' atarr'cus in Virginia, were vory comfortable.
When hVreached his Texas home some of
his servanu died, and sickness in family so
noerated unon hia mfnd that he concluded
to return to Virginia. On the way, himself,
wife and five children fell victim to cholera
v and other diseases, and found graves upon
the banks of the Mississippi. At Memphis
' , the remaining children were left to shift for
themselves, and but a few days since reach
home again, with the little remnant of sev-
- en hundred dollars, which had been loft of
their property ,-Im. pttn. '
' - a C"Good sleighing was enjoyed .by the
New Exhditioi to the NoitsPolab
bias vDia Da. Jam. At a meeting of
the American Geogaphlcal and Statistical
Soeiety, held at New York, on Tuesday ere
ning, ur. js. ji. Kane read a paper on an
access to an open Polar Sea by a North A-
merican meridian, during which he atated
that Mr. Grinnell had pluced at his dispose
the Advance, and the Secretary of the Na
vy had assigned hint to special duty for the
conduct of a new expedition, the details and
outlines of which be described. His plan of
search is based upon the probable extension
of the land maaaes of Greenland to the far
north a view yet-to be verified by travel,
but sustained by the analogies of Physical
ueopraphy. Admitting such an extension,
they would, he says, havo the following in
ducements Tor exploration and research:
1. Terra firma as the basis of our one.
rations, obviating the accidents characteris
tic of ice travel.
3. A due Northern line, which throwing
aside the influence of terrestrial radiation,
wuuiu ieaa soonest to the open sea, should
3. The benefit of tlid fan-like abutment
of land, on the ndrth face of Greenland, to
caeca tne ice tn tbe course of its southern or
equatorial drift; thus obviating the draw
back of Par-y in his attemot to reach the
roieoy tne spitzebergen sea.
4. Animal lire to sustain truvulino- our.
fi. The co-operation of the Esauimaux
settlement pf Greenlanders, having been
found as high as Whalo Sound and nrobablv
extending still further along the coast.
The point I would endeavor to attain would
be the highest attainable point of Baffin's
Bay,f"om, ifpossihle, pursuing the Sound
known as Smith's Sound, advocated by Bar
on Wrangell. as (he most eligible site for
reaching the North Pole.
Asa point of departure, this is two hun
dred and twenty miles to the north of Beech
ey Island the starting point of Sir Edward
Belcher and seventy miles north of the ut
most limits seen or recorded in Wellington
Channel. ; i .
The party will consist of some thirty men,
with a couple of launches, sledges, dogs, and
gutta percha boots': The provisions will be
Peinmican a preparation ot dried meat,
packed in cases, impregnable to the appe
tite of the Polar bear. Dr. fcane, after stat
ing that his expedition will leave the Unifed
States in time to reach the bay at the earli
est season of navigation, says:
After reaching the settlement of Upper
navik, we take in a supply of Esquimaux
doge, and a few picked men to lake charge
ofthe sledge. We then enter the Ice of
Melville Bay, and if successful in its pene
tration, hasten to Smith's Sound, forcing
our vessel to the utmost navigable point, and
there securing her for the winter. The op
erations of search, however, are . not to be
suspended. .Active exercise is the best safe-
uard against the survey ', and, although the
arkness of winter will not be in our favor,
I am convinced that with the exception, per
haps, of the solsticial period of maximum
obscurity, we can push forward our provision
deposits by Bledge and launch, and thn's pre
pare for the final efforts of our seaf eh.
In this lam strengthened by thevaluable
opinion .of my friend, Mr. Murdaugh, late
the sailingmaster of the Advance. He has
advocated this very Sound as a basis of land
operations And th'e recent journey of Wit,
Keuney, corti'ihanding Lady Franklin's last
expedition, shows that the full and winter
should no longer be regarded as lost months.
The sledges, which constitute so impnr-
.... .r ' r .... - . . '
mni. a it-mure ui our ixpeuiuon, ami upon
which not only our success but our safety
will depend, ore to be constructed with ex
treme care. Each sledge will carry tlio
blanket, bay" and fu'rfl of ii men, together
with o meusured iillo'.v'nrice of I'emmk'an.
A light tent of India rtfbi'pr cloth of a nmv
pattern, will be added; but frV oti'r nightly
j halt the main dependence will'l'e the snow
I house- of the Esquimaux. It id almost in
credible, in the fncftol obstacle, to what ex
tent a well . organized sludge purty can ad
vance. The relative importance of eVcry
ounce of weight can be calculated, and the
ysxtn of advanced depots of provisions or
Alcohol or tallow is the only fuel, and the
entire cooking apparatus, which is more for
thawing the snow for tea-water than for
heating food can be carried in a little bag.
Lieut. McClictock, of Commander Austen's
expedition, traveled thus 800 miles; the col
lective journeys of the expedition equaled
several thousand, and Baron Wrangell made,
by dugs, 1,553 miles in 74 days, and this over
a fast frozen ocean. '
But the greatest sledge journey upon re
cord is that of my friend, Mr. Kennedy, who
accomplished nearly 1,400 miles, most of it
in mid-wlntcr. without returning upon his
track to avail himself ot deposited provisions.
His only food and we may here learn the
practical lesson of the traveller to avoid un
necessary baggage was Pemmican, and his
only shelter the Snow Howe.
It is my intention to cover each sledge
with a gutta-percha boat a contrivance
which the'experience of the English has
shown to be perfectly portable. Thus equip
ped, we lolruW the tread of the coast, seek
ing the oten water.
Otifco thefe. if sdeh a reward awaits us.we
launch odr little boats, and. bidding God
speed us, embark upon its waters. Ap
plause, j- .t
VALUABLK i.anu for SALE.
at Drivatn mIp '-
X tract of Well-Timbered ItJnd, fv
Contain injf aa 78-100 ttreo, 3
ltuii0Q on tne urn Uliil cirt'.o r..i,l. .Mil tum mil..
Soiithwetxa'tn,'sUr, having ort It a Kond Kpring
j.ancasror, UJCRraDor au, .83
TUG nndBTaignod takes Ihin ocxaaion toinlrm the
publiothat hhM takontho Timpkhanck Hai l,
for Iho. furpoe ot holding a CliKISTMAS FAIR,
which will be oponod on Chrintman Ev, and will
continue the whole week vp to New Year's Kve Tha
ubacriber shall endeavor to maka a aplendiii aH'airof it
' (CrTioKT or Aiim'Siion will be sold at One
Dollar. which will entitle the holder to a CHRIST
MAS PRESENT. ... o. W, KREMliR.
ItT-Tickoti to bo had at the Countarand at the prin
Lanrator,J)ecnm'pp 18," tPT3. " 9,Td
RANK NOTICkI ' . .
THE Banki of Ihii City will pot lie open for budi
neaa on CimiiiTM as or Nrw Vear'. VtipaT ma
turhig on either of thoaa daya, will liovo to be ra'ot
oa the .lay before.
., M.'A. DADRUF.R'Tt, Cashier.
C. V. OARAtillTY,
Ijticastor, November 15, 1H5S
t'Olt TUH l.AKll S
ECCIVKOthl morning by Exfei, a
fibfj aaaortment of Laiuk' Lmn Boik-
xa. Lacs Uooth. otc. asanr'nil ..)
latest style.; Ald, Mtstas' and Children's.' Lore
Boots aati 8ho. All maotifactured to our order bv
one ol the beat Hoihea in l'hiladolpliia. Call and see
them. .McELROY a. BlLUSoaunsT.
Lancaster, DoceinbAr 14, 1S6J dlw
Iron, Iron, Iron, Iron,
,i&,"-. IT U generally admitted that
.f' CS. Iron sold by n is aup rlor in
ES i. tiiJIquality to any other in the mar
net. ve nave now in our w irehouie, -800,(Wt
Rolled and hammered IRO!,
6.000 ' Cut, .hear, bliner and ipriogSTEKL,
Blacksmiths will alao find a large lot ot Anvils,
solid Box Vices, Files, Kaapi, etc etc. .
Which will be told cheaper than thoy can be bought
any where else. - i
,-. v KKVINGEB. WHITE & I.ATTA.
Novembev 93, 86 . ?
' Cloths, Caasimeres and Vestings,
CRAVATS. Collars, Ilandk'erchiefi, Hoie and hill
Hoae, ready for inapectlon at JiKNLE VS.
'Ttmjxraiux Convtniun-A Convention of
tbe friends ot Temperance in this county,
wss held at the Court House, on Saturday
last.ln accordance with a previous announce
inent.; Rev. J. M. Lowrie was called to the
Chair, Rev. J.-Sihlosser 'appointod Vico
President and Dr. hi. Z. Kreider, Secretary.
Messrs. M. J5. Kreider, II. Leonard snd A.
Brandt, 2d, composed the committee on res
olutions. Ws give the main one adopted
below, for the figures of speech in which, we
are not responsible. On or two of these
might bo avoldod in more thaji one instance
with profit. What the law and the people
have legalized, cannot certuinly be classed
with what has never been thus sanctioned:
Retained, That the principle assumed and
carried out in the Main'.' law, that spirituous
and intoxicating liquors, kept for sale, as a
beverage, should be destroyed by th0 State.
as a public evil, meets tbe approbation of
this Convention, as consonant with the de
struction of the implements of gambling and
counterfeiting, of poisonous food, infectious
hides, and weapons of war in tho hands of an
enemy; that if the liquor destroyed Is pri
vate property, so are the implements of the
counterfeiter, dangerous and deadly to the
best interests ofthe community: that ts de
struction is no waste ofthe bounties of Prov
idence, more than the destruction of noxious
weeds, while its very destruction enriches
the State, exceeding the amount for which
it could have been sold. It tends to put an
end to all subterfuges, frauds, aid secret
sales, and to the demand for it in the corrii
miinity. It makes theState a perfect Axylum
for the inebriate. - It it a solemn manifests
tation to the world of the rile and worthless
nature of the article destroyed, and an un-
mistakeable token to the vender of the end
to which a righteous publie sentiment will
ultimately bring his busineus. For these
and other reason, the convention uive it
their hearty approbation, fcth-y do strongly
recommend to all tHe friends of Tern ppra nee,
to cherish it as the sure, and thu only sure,
triumph of their cause, and continually to
urge its adoption upon every Ldgislature.
In addition they resolved that it was ex
pedient to have a law authorizing the sale of
alconol fur medicinal and mechanical pur
poses. Five dolegates were appointed
from each township to attend the Conven
tion to be held in the city of Columbus on
the fith of January, as follows:
Liberti). Jees'p Schlospr, R. D. Sutphen,
H. B. Apt, H. Leonard, Wm. Schopp.
Ureen.field.-A.. JJraodt 2d,J. C. Reynold.
M. Ebright, Samuel Hanehy, S. Radebaugh.
Walnut.-J. Ketner, Esq. Miller, Esq.
Trovinger, M. D. Brock, P. Wiseman.
Clearcreek. J. Drcsbach, Henry Fehr,
Col. Hamilton, Mr. Lawrence.
Berne. Judee Stuckey, Geo. Sinsebausrh.
Samuel Jackson, John Lamott, V. McDon-
Violet. Wm. Kranner, M. Curtis, Simeon
Handshy,John Curtis, Jacob Pickering.
Hoc'ang.U. Uonnel, Kev. li; u. tins-
wold, Rev. J. M. Lowrie, Jacob Moyor, M.
Amanda. A. J. Peters, Geo. Williamson,
Silas Williamson, Samuel Vanbriece, Mr.
Rushereek. John Ashbau?h, Jacob Weav
er, a. lilack, J. Simpson, Thomas Wilson.
Bloom. Samuel M. Wilson, Rev. I. S.
Weisz, Wm. Andrus, A. Courtrijrht, Jesse
Richland. Caleb Copeland, David Wil
son, Rev. J. M. Milligan, E. Kalh, i. (t.
Noiirse. . ,
Madison. Salem Wolf, Isaac Wolf, H.
Ghinger, Daniel Ream, J. Shapffer.
Pkatant. Daniel Keller, P. U. Uenadum,
1 1 . uauetmugiirff i)f. a. l'. miller, Moruecai
On motion R?v. J. Schlos'er, Gen. J. C.
Reynold. David Wiljon, Henry L'enard"
and M. Z. Kreider were appointed to pre
pare and circulate a memorial to the Legis
lature. The proceedings would have appeared a1
anearlifr date, us per request of the, Con
venliiiii, but they were not handed in by 'the
Secretary, ttud we were, consequently under
tho necessity of waiting until one of the
weekly papers was published containing
H d. Farrell's Celebrate! Aruoian Liniment
THIU.Vll'tlANT OVEB bISKASE
This truly grsat madicine still goo . on, con juorin
disosse,'atd' stratchins; msny a poor powprlens 'ic
timfrjmthe grave, iiy its powerfully stimulating,
peoHratin)f and anodyne quslitins, it.toatorea the use
of limbs which have been palsied for years; and by
its singular p'o.vei ot reproducing the synovial fluid
or joint water, It cures all dUoajs of Ihe joints with
surprising rapidity, t or rheumntism, and aflocUona
of thespine and spleen, it has proved lUelf aaacci
Jlc; and for alTections of tho lungs, liver and kidneys,
it ia a most valuable and powerful auxilisry; alao, for
an diseases 01 tno giamis, scroruia, goitre or swelled
neck, etc , etc. And indeed for almost any disease
where an external application ia required, this medi
dicine stands unparalleled . Sprains, bruios, cramp,
wounds,chilblains,burai,ec.,e.re speedily cured by it.
From the Hon. Peter Menard,' oiis qf the oldest
settlers in Illinois.
It gives roe pleasure to add my tostim'ohy to the vir
tuua of your great modicino. One of uiy blooded
horses had a swelling over the cap of the ItneS, about
th size of a hen'a eg. Some said it was a sirain,aiid
some, that it was the joint water from the knee,' snd
could notbecured. 1 tried oil cedar on it, and all the
liniments and ointments, and they did no more good
than water. . I then, by persuasion of my fvionos.tried
H. O. Farrell's Arabian Lt-imeitf.auil I was happy
lu find it take elToct sAor a few days, and it finally
cured the noble ai'hnal entirely. I think it is decid
edly the grcilo-t liniment for noi ses, aa well as hu
man flesh. 1 ever knew.
Trrmoar, Tuxewell county, 111., March 16, 1849.
1'AI.SY ObTaBA LYSIS., .
1 haduus Smith, of Mudd Creek, Tar.ewnll 'ounly,
Illinois, aays: "I had lost the use of my arm for more
than a year, by palsy or paralysis; the tlrsh had en
tirely withered away, leaving nothing but suin, mus
cle and bone. I tried ail the best doctors, and all the
remedies 1 eould hoar of, but they did no good. 1 then
commenced the use of M. u. s'ahhki.l a ahahian
MNiMkNi', and a few bottles enliioly cured nip nnd
my arm is now as strong and fleshy as tho other; it is
also first rate fur burns, sprains and bruises. ,
LOOK OUT FOB COl'NTlCRKWTS!
The public aro cautioned against another ronntur
foit, which has latn'y made it. appearance, ca'b d If
B FarreWs Arabian Linhne.it the moist dangerou,
of all the counterfeits, because liis having the name
of Fan-oil, many will buy in gnnd.fsith, wi hout the
knowledge that. a counterfeit osrrVls, arid they will per
haps only discover I heir error vvh.m the spurious mix
lure haa wrought its evi' ellocts; . t ,
The eonuina artie'e is manufactured only by Jt. O.
Farrclttn'o inventor and proprio' or, and whoosae
druggist. No. J7 Marn street, Vooria. Illinois, to whom
all spp'ications for Agencies mut bo addressed. De
aure you got it withtne ettor H. belore Farrell's,
thus H.iJ. FABUEI.h'S and hi' signature ou the
w rapper, all others are counterfeits.
bo'd by , G. KA'Ii FMAN &.C.O,, Lancaster,
and by r.gu af 'y authorised sg.!iit throui;hnut the l'
nited States price 'J6 and60 cunti', and $1 S butt'".
AGENTS WANTEI7'ln ete,tyun. vi lage xi
ham ot IntBo I7nit d S'stcs, ia which one Is not al
rnady ostab ished. AdilressQ O Farrull as abov ,
accompanied with good reference as to chsrartur.r
sponsibiiity.ntc Dec 9 lm
, ma 7B?-T?r 7
ItAlfc KOAI NOTICE.,
THE ClSCI N N ATir W Vt,5U'iaTON andZAN ES
V1ILE RAIL KOAU now localeit ln.m Lan
caster to Zanesville. and will soon bo put under con
tract for its con-tructinn, fc.it ia now(impei'itively ne
csssary that the inslahnenta duo and to become due
on Stock, be. immediately., paid up, as well as thaj
subscribed to the Lexington routo, as also the en
conditional atoclci - '. .
Bix instalments of 10 per cent each, aro now due,
and the 7th will fall due on the lat January next.
The Stockholders residing In Fairfield snd Hoeking
counties are required to pa yi to tha undarsigned. Troa
surer of said company, st his otiice in I Jincaater .
JOEL RADEBAUGH, Treasurer
' ! Cincinnati, W. and Zanea villa Railroad company.
Lancaster, December 17, 18S3. ' -Sitf
.. Estate of R. JI. AInsworth. -
THE ereditora of aaid Estate wi'l be paid the divi.
dead declared by the Probate Court upoa appli.
Lanen.fer Poor Keller SolrtyT
The committee appointed at tluj Rrttan
nual meeting of this Society, to enouira !
to eases of destitution in the several ward
ofthe city, and to receive tbe contributions
of ihe charitable, are Lerxby reiiutcd to
meet at the City Hall, oo Saturday evening
next, at 6 o'clock, P. M.
That committee consists of the fuHuwiog
1st WiiD Wm. L. Jeffries, John R
Mumauirh, A. W. Ebright and E. Julieu.
2u Wabd, Robert Reed. lma Ciiu-r
John D. Martin and Dr. H. Scott.
3D Ward M. A Daugherty, Ri-v. J. M.
Lowrie, W. S. B'tv and Judiro Radebauirh.
4rn Wabd Rev. M. Biser. John C:
Weaver, John Lyons and C. F. Tatje.
By order of the Society.
Dec. 21, 1802. N. ScHteicif, See
BO"Eaglo please copy. ,
Family Groceries, SfC. The reader's at
tention la directed to tho advertisement of
Messrs. Giani At Brandt.- Tliey have on
nand a most excellent assortment in their
line, and sell at th lowest prices. Besides
this, they are accomodating and use their
best efforts to please their customers. Give
them a call. .
ti(iuct-ttir liiernry Institute.
' Thcrn will no a me' U-g of tho f jn-.ster TJfrarv
"""'"". in m qnT hall, on rriuav tveoin,
c-mtwr 94th. l6J.
Th- following qti.'-ttion will bi dUcuanod:
KeWvetl, That tho wolfaro of r.ur Country 3ott
nut r. .til,. ,k -r .t. :. J v-
ion to t'nntvvpar7 -
All n.i li; Wkiomt. Nk; Atruco Williams
a LocTuro m4 t uiioct d
The public aro in !l-J. i. GAKAIHTY IT a.
S. U. tViuOH-p. S-rr-'n -
Itjf Th'j atfnt'on of oir r ad ri ia ciilld 1 1 lh ad
vert imtn'Ot ot WM. P Ritl'.n, Ka.,ttent for th
rVotact'ca In n anT -'.' niii.n) . Tho truo ficorv anJ
. racti i! of i iiu: ;n;'e is. in f.i words, verv rorrrt
I '.-d: aal w r omm our readers to avil
I'lsm-wlret o th alvanUg-a. offered by this old and
-,!! tri-r.l in tution.
m orryTr YELt.ow docs and sab
SAP.t!I!.t.A,r..r th cure ol dliaaars, or as iSpri'g
pvrtfier of the bVioi and as a geieral tonic for the
The curative powers of this Kxtract are truly won
d'-rful, snd I'll invalid, should mak- immcdiite trial
of th" 'vrLr.o v dock ao nnApnau." Itcan
no' injure tun ro'ni il.-licate patient. a
THEN FI.Y FROM MINEHAT. NOSTRC.VS TO
SEEK IIUPK, LIKE and VICOR frum this pckklt
vroil'tasi.k rkmedv. Th rubra, however broken
in haalth and spirits, howcvci loathsome to himself
and others, lot no ons d xpilr of recovery; let the
pctient only underhand fiat his hope of physical re
storatlon liis in "Ouytott'a Extiartof Yellow Dock
an SafsaparilUand pnrsusde him for his LIFE'S
S iKE, to try i nd wo have no hesitation in predict
ing his speedy restoration to health,
lUTSee advertisement. 31
TA annexed Statement of Prnf A . A. HA YES, M.
J-, State A-s yer,is ample testimnny of the trim
tillr manner in which this medirine-iirompounileil,
and recommends it tn Profesiional Men, as worthy
a fair trial in their praetire:
An opinion luring been asked for of me, In cons. .
quenee of ths Formu a for preparing Oxygenated Bit
ters bei.ij known to me, I express tho following, in
form: . . ,
The composition ol those Bitters inc udes thole me
dicinalaubatance which experienced phviieianshave
long resorted to for special action on ihe tytem,whn
deranged by Fevers, Dyspopsia, Agues and General
Oobility.resu'ting fi-om exposure or climate influence
These ar. permanent, and remtiii active in thi .
pri'p ration, as a consequence of tho scientific man
nor in which they are combined
Itwssa well founded in ereu;, that ths prepars.
tio i, used in targr or sm.illnr dosei, w m:d prove a
va uab e C :cVo. MeJiclie, which exnuiience has
In this medicine, no rVallie salr can Vi foutid. by
tho mo t djli..at ch 'UiicaJ trials. lissom tfulK-.
A.T. IIAYrS, A isayer to tha Stjtt of Mail.
No I Pine Street, Boston, IVc. II, 1H50.
IU.En. AIJSTIN Co., WhulsaU Druists, No
211, Moichs.-?,.' l:,y,ih'",ton. General AgMiw.
Do.- 9. aj i by ( K.VL'FFIA s & Co., Lancaster.
The Stom ica ,pr pirns tho eiem.?iiis of the bile
and III- blood; an,! if it d ios tli9 work iijjblv nd im
iierlevt'v, iv.:r diijiui) is tlio cerUin result. As
s jo.i, therefore, an any airection of lh.- livur is per-fi-ived,
we may bj sure thai tne dilutive organs hro
1 t hw.. 9-t u r no e: mv nr,cii.,it mr
....v yj. uiuci a u ius: iiung 10 imj aone, is to admin
i bra apiCiHc which will act diree'ly upon the sto
mach Hie mail spring of the animal machinery. For
this purpose wc can i ccomme'nd n'oort-Axn's Gi.
mak liiTi-Kita. prepared by tin. c. m. jacksoh. Phii
addphia Aetin as an alterative and a tonic, it
strength, ns the digestion, changes the ron jiiionof tho
blooUnd thefny gives regularity to tho bowels.
O"jou advurtisemeut. lu3l
Poisonihu. -Thmnsn.ls of parents whntisa Ver
mirugn composed of raster oil, calomel, etc.. are nut
aware ttut while they appear to benefit the patient,
they are actual y laying tho foundation for a ae
iiesol disease, loss of eight, weakness of limbs etc.
In another ci.lumn will bo found the advertisem nt
of ilobensack'a Medicinaa, to which we a-k the atten
tion of all directly intereated in (hair own as well as
their children's h -alth. In liver enmp'aints and a 1
disorders arising from those of a bilious type, should
m ;ke use of the only genuino medicine, flobensack'
T-'Be nol deceived." but aak fee TTol.
Worm Syrup and Liver Pi Is, and observe that each
has the signuture. of tho proprietor, I N. Iiobcnuck,
asnons else are genuine. -A. Y. Express.
rr ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONOEU' Tr.
roHANT To DrsrKPTics. Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
PEPSIN, The True Viz-alive Fluid, nr Oostrie Juice.
prepared from RENNET, or the fourth ithkiu
or the Ox, after uirertions nl' Baron LIEBIG. the
. uu... :i : -1 , w t, . , '
great Physiological chemist, by Jf.8. iIouohton,
r.,Piiiladeluhia. This is trulv a wonderful remoHv
rt.. : i: ,- . ,J . .
.uuigcaituti, A'j.uttpjsia, jauiiuicu, iiver complaint,
constipation snd debility, curing alter Nature a own
method, bv Nature's own acent. the Oostrie r,i,',.
Painphlots, containing Scientifie evidence ol its value.
r....:.i-..-i i... ... . o '
iuiim.uuu w Hgt:ma KIMU. OVV UOUCe amOHg 1116
medical advertisements. 47
December 15, 1853, MINERVA ELIZA
BETH, daughter ofDr. P. Carpenter, ofthis
City, aged nine years, two months and nine
dnys. Thus suddenly, hath passed from
Earth a lovely child, whoso early intellects
al.and moral develnpemcnts exhibited a mind
superior to many of her age." A prominent
feature in her character was a most ardent
affection for, and attachment to her parents
and friends. This was so strong that nought
but gent)e force would separate her from
her dying mother, who but two wecHs pre
vious to her death had been called to the
spirit . world. Thus' she became a universal
favorite with all who knew ber. She. suf
fered much in her last sickness, arid in the
midst of suffering was often heard commend
ing her soul to her blessed Saviour, until
death come to her relief, whep, she ceased
on eartn to sutler; and we have? no duubt
arose to Heaven to live forever. Grace
alone eustuines our deeply afflicted andJic-
renved brother, wio louks to Heaven aa the
placo where again he' shall hail his loved
ones. And tniiy the same -trace be im.
parted to bis-remaining children. -
'Why mourn the enrljdeadr " '- '
'Tis surely sweet to die
' Ere nge has bent the form,
' ur sorrow dtm'd the eyer . f
Life's toilsome journey ends, '
'. I he spirit is nt rest,
'; Ere morning's early blush
. ' Fudes from tbe glorious east." A B.'
TI I.I.CUAl COMPANY NOTICE.
A I Elertion lor Directors of the 1 Lakcastim and
A COI.tlMBUS Tt LtORAPH Compamt will be held
st the Office qf the Company injMncastcr, cm Mon
day the Urd day qf January next. The StotholoVrs
will please meet for that purpose atone o'clock P. M
., A Dividend will be declared and paid to the Stock
holders on tho day of the Election; but before divi
dend can be paid, to any Stockholder, he must pro
duce his stuck certificate on which the dividend is to
belendorsed. P. B. EWINO, Secrctaru
Lancaster, December IS, 1853. - td&9
Kossuth and Magyar Hats,
STRAW, Palm aed Leghorn, beautiful, aasortmeih
lsfest styles, at','. .. HES'LEY'ti,
Arrlral I f tbe Steamer Arctic'''
Niw YiK, Dee. 17 Livtsroot. Cot
ton Sales on Fridsy 6000 bales, 1000 for
speculation. Hales vl the week 43.00U bales.
air Orleans 6jd., middling 6d; fair Mobile
Cjd; midJliogSiJj UpUnd ed; Kiddling
Wheat has advanced l2d; flour It, equal
to Is ed or 2s. during the week.
Corn Is aninutej, ind hM lv,ne,j 6d
Fluor- Western Canal 27.27, CtJ-B.lJ
tiinore. Philadelphia and Ol.i.. I
.... . r " . K lOS. .
neat White 7s8d7A lod.
red 6s 8d(26 lOd; extra 7s.
t-orn Jfellow 3Zs: white 34e.
LivEipout I'aovisiu Miiitr K-r
New sells slowly.
I'urK Quite active and held higher.
Bacon Stiller; no American in roarl(Ct.
Lard Declining; food 60s.
English funds declined osvinir to aspect
in French affairs and proposed increase in
army and navy.
Consuls Money accounts closed at !0of
Ameiicsn stocks are in active demanj.
Full prices for U. S. Sixes. Donds 110 to
in. rennsyivania rives 'aa at V3. Uhio
Fives '75 1071(3 1081. Kentucky Siies 'CS,
991100. . -
Ebolaid. Increased estimate for the
army and navy of 600,000 ponnds. Surplus
this year estimated at 400,000.
Laud aervice aitillery to be increased, al
so marine service.
Tb contract for a ship canal acroas the
Isthmus of Darien has been signed in Lon
don, to be 30 feet deep at low tide and 180
feet wide, with locks 400 feet long.
i ne Birmingham bouse has received an
otdt-r for coining 400 tons of copper iuto
coinage for the French Empire.
Fbasce Yeaaofthe Empire sum up 8
milli one. Tbe result has been laid before
the Emperor at St Cloud. In a speech by
M. Billeult, to which he replied, saying: I
take from this day, with the Crown, tbe title
of Napoleon the III, because the people
have already given it to me by acclamation,
because the Senate proposed legally snd tbe
whole n ition has ratified,
RusiA.-An embassador has just returned
from St. Petersburg!, end brought an auto
graph letter from the Czar to Louis Rspole
on. Jerome Bonaparte will undoubtedly be the
Vice Roy of Algiers.
General Ryden Kie, a distinguished Pole
has forwarded an address to the Emperor,
saying that the Poles woold range them
selves under his banner, should France re
new her wars.
The Minister of tbe Interior had refused
to authorize a new banking company by the
Kotncnuos and others
Advices from Algiers state that General
isaf bad attacked a body of the insurgents
vi rr; j u
at El Keig, and nut them to route, killin?
WASHloTo,December 20. Smite Mr.
King's health being worse, h" sent in his re
signation, aa President of the Senate. '
Sir. Alcheaon was appointied President
A resolution expressing regret for Mr.
King's illness waa pasticd.
The Kentucky Senatorial case was taken
up, and alter some discussion, tho vote was
talfen; and Mr. Dixon admitted; yeas 28,
nays 10, when Mr. Dixon was sworn in and
the Senate adjourned.
House- .Mr. tiwino; submitted a resolu
tion, requesting the. Judiciary Committee, to
enquire, into the expediency of reporting a
ruaoiuuon provia.ng ior an (tmenamem to
the constitution, so as to require tbe presi
dential electors, except the two' .Senatorial
electors jo oe cnunen in eacn state, in the
several districts, instead of the whole state,
which waa discussed, pending which the
House i ailj.iurned.
Arrival of the United Stutes.
New York. Dec. 20. The steamer V-
mtcd States, from Aspinwall. whence she
sailed on the Uth inst., arrived Ot this port
,...,.r,i, qi, !,.;-. o,-n ' ,,!
j eaterday. She Hr ngs 83a0,000 in gold
lunt, an J two days later acvices from Sau
- Tho markets at San Francisco ara more
active. ., Flour was tending downwards, but
other staples were firm. Clear pork was sell
Iiy this arrival we haveadvices from Or
egon to the 10th November. "
The overland emmigrants had nearly all
reached the Dells. They had plenty of pro
visions on the route, and but little sickness.
Iatiter Irom itlcxicb.
New Oblears, Dec. if. Later advices
from the Rio Grande, Btate that Carvajal had
Cfosaed that river with 4,000 Texaa Rangers,
and was marching on Monterey. having beet)
invited to do so by the citizens of Taumali
pa. It is also atated that tbe military comman
der at Camargo is aiding this movement.
Letter from Gen. Pierce.
WisHiKGToK, December 18 A letter has
been received from Mr. Pierce, by one of
his friends, in which he alludes to the at
tempts of the newspapers and politicians to
make a Cabinef. for bim, and then aays in
substance, that insomuch aa the people have
made him President, he shall take the re
sponsibility of making his own Cabinet. ;
New York, Dec. 20 The steamer Star
ofthe West has arrived.h'ere from San Juan,
and the Cherokee f;om New Orleans via
Havana. She was allpwed full privileges at
Havana. She brings no news of importance.
The city was healthy. '
Health or W. R. King.
WsmiiQTpii, Dec..20.-Mr. King'shealth j
is mare feeble to-day; his disease iaofthe
lungs, similar to that of the late Henry Clay.
Direct Importations from Europe to the!
City of Lancaster.
UX&fll 06 JWtAJIllX,J2
aAVt imported a large Stock of French and
(iermnrr t.ooils, which they will sell whole,
sale and retail at tl eir Establishment on JUau'n-ttreet,
opposite the Hocking Valley Bank,
Hock of Tohanhidir- g, tn boiW, '..
Hock of Rudoahvim, do. " k
Durbacher, in hhds. (vintage, !flJ61 ,
Chsmpaign Wine, Kleurde Sillery, Mousscuse etc.
t -. MQt'OKS.' ...
. Cherry Drsmly (Kirshenwasser) in bin's. ' .,
I'lum . do. (Zwetai hgHiiwsaser) do. '
Kxtract d'-Absiulhede t-uisse d .
(Jrangcn, Arne,Pu'nsh, tsseiu:, in bottle
do Hum do do. do,
French Spirits of Uino. do
Genuine Kan de C'olosne, (CoIoriic water.
DRYED CHERRIES in hhd..
Preserved Cherries, in bottles.'
Chocolate a' la Sant -. No 1, '
do do Vanille, No. 1 and 9.
Chicoree, (Extract of Mok Coffee,
Extngon Sardelien Senf (prepared MusUrd J ,
A fine Assortment of 1Ya Candles, etc.-'
Wy invite our eusten era and the public generally,
to call and aee our fine Stock ol . . . ,
FAMILY AM1 FANCY GROCERIES,
fSerman. French and Ten fillfMt ICntlnna ran saat
cles i. Toys, etc. Our effort will be to satlafv Ihe
punuc, and particularly our customers which patron
ised us ao llbeially. OIANI It BRANDT.
Lancaster, Decambor JS, 1H63. lm
, . i PAGIIERREOTYFES.. .
ALL Persons wiahing to obtain superior Daguer
re'vpe pictures, "warranted to nlaaaa" at va
ry reasonable price, will do well to call at my room
b Giesy's frame buil ling, third floor, entrance one
aoor aaas oi uin rjocjunc rsuey riana, .
Laocs.ter, Oct. 3l. R. B. Mc"BRIDE.
a ' . , . . ,,
Tsi-aanar. Dec. 83 We quote Wheat
at 737Jt Flour li'Mly sdvaaced, .75a
4.00j Corn 30; OaU Ji(2S. fa ol, Bf.
tides there is no mnu-riai clunge Ui a .tc
Turkeys have a"djwnard ieiMVa.-v.'.'
ess ia bri.k aiid th ir-.l .1--;..
issteadiU erf....;- "
tar r 7 "
We Wish our rnrt.-M, one and all paying
ndnun-p.yine. . Merry Chri.tttno. and ,
Zl LI .-J ''! my U"y et i"-1'
P . gr"w " end l.aiimuess.
nut b morr-ilnl in li...
"""-' . ,
Th Ptvk Tr.iOs .
ri r- . . .
TliCinciuiiaiii;i(4Ve', f the IBtti in-'
taut, cotitiiins the fulluwinit lr-.ntf .At duu. f
D m l to Monday ev 'iiiinf (here hid been
1 50 hoe ki"w at Lo"'viile; 17,1'UO at :
.st 1 "Ot"ri"o: ,3'500 41 s Albanr. At I
000 in ell; ,t Besrdstown. Ill , they will
pack 3o,ooo;,i anri,.u ,,.,.,', I
Abuot 8,000 livehoj, have been shipped by
other partiee, by the Alton and HDrinofi-lJ
railroad. The boa, though a ulZ ul, in
average welrtts than iJr.V. "
to somewhat more in the atarerate. j
At Peoria III., some 40 000 head will be'
p.cked;the Press ssvsnf this 97)00 have i
been contracted f'tf', at sn average of 65,21. )
At Madiaun.oa Tuesday inorninjr.the mar- i
waai active, more Dttyers man sellers, at
B0 r w 'I
At Pittshnrv, on the 11th, 10,000 head
were sold at $8,75. . .........
In Cincinnati, fine hogs are bringing 87.
Kew lorknarket, 1
Nw Yomk, December 20 P. M Sale I
j of 8700 bales Cotton at previous rales. Cof-
lee is in ta ir request, with aales of 300 bags I
at.9ic. Sales of 500 hhua Muscovado Sugar
at4c; the market is firm. Molasses is bet- (
ter. with sales of New Orleans i n.i.ti..
demand is but moderate. Floor is in active
" v j,hu a tor oiaie anu 5,ria i
35.C8 for Ohio. Holders of Wheat are ad-1
ticipmtngan advance; sales of 20,000 bu.h-t
els Western White at 81.30. Corn is in
moderate request, at 79c for mixed. Whiskey
i firmer, eales of 400 barrels Ohio at 24 Je.
Pork ia fir missiles of 800 barrels at & 18.50
for Mess and $15.50 fer Prime. Beef is
buoyant; salea of 300 barrels Mess at 613',
25i 13.50. Beef Hams are firm. Pickled
Meats sell at 8c for Shoulders and 11jal2c
for Hams. Butter and L'hetse are dull.
3iw Orleain rtlHrkct. .
in. VBLI15S, Lee. J8. Uhioflour IS
better and firm at 4.40. Ohio corn 4.5a47.
Pork is declining; 1000 brie mess sold at 17
Prime brl Lard Hi and d-, ketr 121 a 13.-
Bacon sidea are dull
. . ' s
I Dl . a.. ll'i : . t.
' n- ,
i tlio Cof
21c. Hay haa declined to 20. Kutrar ia
t 4c for fair.
Prime mouuses 21 J.
offee 9 a 0.
41 ReceipU for the (Jaucette.
l V. Courtright f,75 Henry Eliker
Last week, David Morrcll was misprinted
David Worrel. ,
X v.!K .
r t.o- sneriber.
R. P. Effinger, James Johnson,.
jirfi..j a i. i Z i .
in ? f AneaUmr1 oeier.
I r . J , ' weu't the members of the
e. Fairfield I ountv Apicultur-I So-i tty. held in
in January, ths 1PM. to elect oriicars and transact
sucho'he, tasin-as ss may come I e ore the meeting.
December IB, Ho3 JOHN RKBL'K, I'ris.
CTFa-le and Telegraph copy.
XOTIt'E TO COXTnACTOKJ.
tugineer' Otfice, Clreleville, )
December ti, I S5. )
SEALED PnOPOSALSill be received uniU Jsar-
usrv 12th. l&CJ. at the Office of tha Cincinnati.
miniinxton and nevuie
CircUville. fur i'urnishiii'
esvule k.il l o.d Companv J
ishiu- all the materiaE-iron,
ceouS and ildnz all the wurk
"C"?"! I1"? ' l ."V
necessary fur the construction an I enSre completion !
ol tnetrxaadtrom Lancaster to anes-UIe, a distaaco
of about forty-two miles.
Tlans, profiles, specilicati . n. and all the neceiaary '
information will befumtslwd at thw Olficeoftlie Com'- i
P"1 b" th Engineers, t CircWille. or giving Ue proper serreUon to the bile; so that any
A portion of tne work is heavy, and well worthy I vrrona; action of the Lrvee effects the- other impor.
0f thVatt-ntion of Contractors, niet'ooipaiivhaveitant JarU of the av.iero. and reacts varioualyVin
ample mean at tti3ir diipiwal tr etifure the speedy
-on.truction of Ihe Koad, ani srouM prefer letting it I
In l. I - Ur. -M nH.MM.n n t . . . I
jthe stock, abouldtheirbidsotnnrviisebeaa&vorabld.
I r. - .
their ability to compUUtthe work in the short..! prac
ticable time. TRACY McCRACKEN,
Dec 6, 1853. divrtd Chief tngineer.
urovuieu inev can luruisu aaihianory e . lunce. 01 '
OTTO W. Klt.KMF.lt
ESPECTFLLLY informs the citLcr ns of Fa
II. fi..uM,..l...Jik.M.u:. w . 1 1 ..... k
hasoponedanB.1T.Vtf HoUSK, wlreml are I P'' " Botom" f comipisna viusieo tnat
,rrJ,l un atanuhmcii Ihrduu Hi, bill ..I Ur. i. I ' punfyin? the Blood, which desU-oya disease
OYSTEfti. Stcvrt.Uav.Fried cr Broiled; Sardines. .
Pig'Fee.rte .etc.. and all kinds ot same when to be ,'
...... .... i
twa. ne u auo no in uauy receipt ot !
FrefchOyalei tsIKlCked hi let-.
. ' - r" "" " re-
cetve prompt attention, ami Ixuiliua can M supplied
by the doz?n, bufr-W, or c-u.. for Urgo tiiiea.
iin,.k Bi.jriiir. iJ "
WDur.rrDnCl.nd Supoer, got np at the
shoiUt Enoti. and Psrli... particulfrly M ed.luig
Paitiea from tho country. accoii.mod.toJ in Ilia bet
"' . -
-w . h iti:ii. e-
C GENTLEMEN, Ihe en at wonder and rtckemni '
ltof the day now is now such a quantity of sol
rich and splendid Clothine a you will find
tne propneiora oi uie oia remaisaois. ,
- CHF.CKKRKO STORK.
Can poeaibly bediaposed of Id duo season, uul a it '
is the prospect of a large increase to the population f
of our healthy aud.beautiftil city. No doubt the'
richness of the surrounding country combined with ;
the spirit and industry of our enterprising faiioera,
ha stimulated those parties in laying in such moun-
tains of goods in the way of Kasmiokabis: Ci.otm- '
r V ,Peri0r,m,1-n.tr w''1'1'.""'?; T)-'!!9 !
fashionable style of their cu and workmanship the:
fashionable rtyle of heir cu and workmanshm-th ,;
quality ofthe mstorial. and the varietv o shaife. and .
color they we-composed ol, oeldinduyou to
ssv without UitaliUQ Uiat the pr jtn-iufors. must he
ununng in their ctfhrts and their jagenuity nnrs, I
than common.to collect such . quanti y of beaui Uul .
UNUSUAL LOW I KU.E8 1 I.KY ARC SOLO I
Would almost make you sweat that rou would never i
buy a yard of stuff in a storw fo have made op- 'for
youraoll or the boy's.. Tf vo,'J h.iy a autt of clothea, )
von aee tne III tno quality ot tne goods ami ail
done in a few minutes, with littlu trouble, before
you pay one cent of yo.r money. . Notwithstanding
some of ourroodeat. unisuming'ndighbors will raise
their voice, asd caution you,. jvery piously, asainat
the production of-Fosters! SJop Slios!" ' TUinU of
h. Who would suppose it such a brilliant sugges
tion! Oh! what a beau your uranny was! Wonder
msria,nai wu. wenmpueo o uioejiorseiiorevery
f'f bS.Ji,0!1 p 'tteitrZ ccrta,"y 'o I
death. What Partxian Crooks we have col ul late ,
J . IH-1 II. j.. .... ...
In the shape of old women and shoo ims: Dure char
ity for thb Irish friends, I suppose, hss brought them
o it; wen-wen: tnisiaino (eoi pronroasum, car-1
tainly. To be candid, those who want to aare aal
much in the purchase of a suit nf clothe., ss will itive
the child half a year1 schooling would il'e well to !
call at the OLD CHECKERED TOIIE wh v.,
can be fitted euf from hedtJoot, out o thoae piles
of clothing wd have stored away. , What we sell yon
we warrant in every particular. If anything hap-
pens to be wrong in your purchase, return Ihe good, I
and select from our stock a freah auonlv. It ia uu.. I
lesa to montion the, varietv ol onr - I
FALL A0 WJNTl ft STUCK OK GOODS.
But in park : Tho greatest varietv of . COATS .i
all kinds (tnipattoina, PANTALOONS and VESTS iu
thonan2a,' of every deacription; largo quantities ol
SHIRTS,, under snd over drawer. Silk. Handker
chiefs in an abundancejCvavau of Ihe baat.Half-Ilose,
suspenoers, meteuc uvercos!, Closks, &c Fssh
lonable Hat. Cap, Boots and Shoe, Umbrellss. Trav-
elling Hags of all kinds, Trunk. He. Several dor. of
auKunaer aiurrs,r ine Thibet Wool do, will
answer for either IsJiesor gentlemen.- Msny arti
cles in tha furnislilng y . all of which will be dis
posed of oe the most reasonable terms and lowest
rrtm.1- - , ' COtfUEHAS CO.
November 9, 1853, s ' ' , " -
imJTllJ , "ffltja cinera oeing lias imttation.
SryQuailii, Sni;ie. L4 ' As;eau wiahing m-w supplies, and 'Oi:.;.-f
lii 'i i - mmft cockv Willi Pncka, a as Vtli a , era cesirous of b-coming Agents myn aJ irts iho
And all other kinds of (iAMt, lev which the Heady : Proprietor, S. N. liobemaek. PhiUdel, Ilia, Ia
Cash will always be paid. O. W. KR.EMtlt. I'RICE 1- CENTS. KCH.
Laneaster, Decem'ier fi. IS.t2. . . . . '
Wl.clofale AeenU for Ohio. J. St C. Heasxht.
wny iney a a aui wrn , ou KuirqsKniroinjaav-; ej ait part of the North half of the Southeast Ouar
very old patterns, and nerloratdd clothe 1 anu a stroll ,Pr o, Section No. One (1), in Townahip No. Sixteen
along Alain street and see tio figure we cut. pu I m6), f R,ne fJo. Nineteen (l9),contaiuing 30 Acre,
will conclude poor ("if Mother Home i. in aurh de. v i.-A - oirai ijlhu t. i u -. . i
mus or thk :
VS "1Ji;I 11
- - in I
thw aJverli.Aau.nfa oil'.
'mum. kiv a, 1.... ... u
m..t'oh.s .lws.s km inrr aw j
rf small prut,.. ,j to .i,,. rl
'.,-.TT.. . .""J1. '.! ?' ""c -"
ZT.'J" ' a 0 '!
t ivit'iih 3)sr-armir imkumjm kusieaJi.
: v r,,l ' "t 1 thiv tara, snd tUir trails
1 j hi thu v,j tsmilar anabiiat.
Tlv ir, h,. tkolr good, almnai ..tira'.y f,
1 "' d.mctly from the. Wanuiattureraand In'oor.
; u-f. a It. I are il,,,. MmiI.Ii .J... .La-
,.. ., , --V.T.. rv-"?! .
. -k ov.r Uwr a.m-nlw.-eaun(a. ansf l-uri
in.ni a can. twevs
"llll lttat I iihs ssiimk .
lo'. t'iu. BuUnd'a Mill Katta r.m r, 1. t l 1
:l k. Ilur's caststael Am -L. A tn 7 Am
ti .Vi Roland's rrii-ut do do 6 to 7 do,
4 da II a's snd LHstoa's ia do i to 7 do
r or As th Ap by
y. FiNGER WIIITU A LATTA.
Ln ss'.er, Nnvaubur 23, IVJ. -3H
I ' huPPl Ae Choppina; Aic!I. .
IRMEKS will nod -t the iireat Hardware Sere
Tf 1,r,t -'" "
! f.? ffl !! .
Sil " K M-Mann's d.. ' do io
.,!",". '-ilM'Wcotfe . do ..da ots6 -
by' ''jlrl'ri"' t"lC'!'
FFFI.M.EB tvilITE LATTA.
. laMT, November 23, lmn 'A
fchueuiakei f indiac;.
NO'-V owning u th situ of ths Pad Jibck and
Mill Saw, one of Um l.rgest and best assorted;
flock at FisKJirnfs and Kit ever baton brought to thit
ouarket cbnitif ai psrt nf- .
0 dot. Extra Pink Linings,
H ' No. 9, do. do.
- 4 Fxtra Cof hineal Uoaos,
4 Ho. 3, do do. "
4 fo. I. Cape float Bindings. "
4 Kxtxa Tsmpieo Hoot Morocco,
6 fto 1, Madras do do.
4 " I) A. Pari Calf Skins.'
400 pound Shoe Thread snorted. " ,
YiM--rWx Wet.b, Hho Laces, heal Ball. etc. etc.,
i "j".'" ?' Jh"Pp' .they east be pur-
FFFINGKK. WHITE & LATTa" .
Lanrastnr. December 6. IHS3.
"li:iiis! lliliii'.! 4 iitii::
WJ I- liar no in arore and which we purchased ,
ev bit(are the late advance in Iroar
fH pair twMed and straight link trace Chains,
2AI Grimn1 Lag chains, . . .. . '
. Alo s lsrg aaaortmssnt (4 Breast, Halter and Cow
i'mum, Voodhsnies,etc etr.
FFUNGLK. WHITE i I.ATTA.
Lancaater, November 23, IW2 SR
1 TTIIaTEVER cofccerni. the kealth snd happinea
V V ol a people U at all lime ol In moat valuable
Wlfido ,u m their pwar to .avethe Uvea ot their
i chii.ireiund that ev.-i v nersoo will endeavor to pro-
' Ireportsnr. I laa u lor grameainsievHry perwn
' motntlssirowD health at all sacrifioea. I feel it to
: 'd?7.te"!T'J?r""ouJl5f "Z":
im i.i i. finni (Dm Da BHjii vi-twaim .,..-
; . . 1 . . i -t
ciau,aretne pnnarr causes m -.isrKw-iwjw... j
t diseases to vrnich children andadulls an liable; if
,n anootitsi coatinuallv cbsrigeable from'
I one kind of food to another, bad Wreath, pain ia the
I rtura ch. p irking at the nose, hardness and fullneaa of-
sT -M t .' S.
!tne b.-nv, dry con-n. no. ii vul" rrBguiar, n
srassr'tsal all these denote VVOBMS, and you
la sbould at once apply the remedy
1.50 HOBKNSACKS WORM BVRCP.
' An article founded upc.n aclentific principles. ron-
; pnunded witli purely vegetable aubstaacaa, being-
i pefectlv safe vihra taken, and feelven to the moat
whh Woefil!ul whB.
i bowel complaints and diarrhea have made (bass)
I weak snd debilitated the touir properties of my worm
i svrupsre such, that it stands without an euual in the
ci,4j;,,u, of ndicines in eivin ton. anTrtrengthto
t the stomach, which make it an Infallible remedy
j for those afflicted with dyiptpsia, the astonishing
cures performed By this syrup siter pnynrians nave
failed, t the oast evideece ol its luperinr etfiescy
over all others.
CTTIIE TAI'E WOBMJ. .
TTii i (he ra-jst difficult Worm to destroy of all that
infest the human system, it grows to aa almost inde
Cuite length becoming so coiled and fastened in the In
tostines sni stomach, etlectmg tha health sesadlvaa
to os use St. Vitas bancn, Fits. etc., that those attfict
ed seluiMn if erer suspert that it is Tape Worm haa-
!tetiing them to aa early grave. In order to deatroy
this U urm, a very eu jritic treatm -nt must be pur.
i J.UJ- . therefore be properto take 6 to 81 at my
1,veI P'11 " remove all obstructiofta,4hat .the
; Worm syrup may act directly upon UWoiro whach
mu.t Uken indos 9 uHl. irfulaaun
lV, these directions followed hare never been known
to Y.a in enrinr the most obstinate case of tans worm.
fJ a cnrm ,h most obatiuate case of tape
r-u vc .rvZ Tivcrt PIT I i.'
lHOBFNSACK 8 LIVI.K FILLS.jrj
No pa-t of the system is more liable to disease than
tbsr Liraia. it aerrina-aa atiltererto purifv the blood.
Liver compUint, Jaundice. Pysoftpsts, etc. We
honld therefore watch every vinptom that tn&rht
1. K . . ... T .1,. 1 Tlua. n.M-
beine composed of anoT and plaitts furnished by
. - I t -.l - v I t. f
nature to neai uie aica; i.atiMsiy. ad uracrv
iiT.tihich aurments the ae-cretinn from the Pulmo-
i nary mucus membrane or promotes tbe discharge of
' aerated matter. 2d, An Ai.tkmativ, which chan.
: gee i some ineplicaile man tier Ihe- certain morbid
. acliua of the avstom. 3rd, .A- Toxic, which gives
. touo andstrength to the nervous system, renewing
I te-allh and vigcr to all parts of tha body. 4th, A ca-
'. THAHTic, which acts in perfect harmony with the oth-
' ... I i . nt -1 nuMlin. An th llnwf.1. inJ
ni re.tores health.
mn. Sll I 9m m w Td
l u f. &a'tAaiu
You wiUfinJthase Pills anrnvaliublemedirtaein
maiivt ooiulaints to which vmi aw i subject, la ob-
,..i rlt. ,v,. h. ten founH
" . . 'V, "7 ' ,u : c. i
01 'b ta" lS itTil
ranjemen's to healthy actten. purifying tho blood
!aeH.a-etfaet.H, ;te to dttalj lee-,
f1'"' J"c r"e "' t3m,' "
. ,1.?'!l1che- K'-meJ. diuun-ss of .ight, ain m ths
. aac. bM-k, otc.e-to.
N. ..;. -l.. .; J K - i'
! Curcionati, Ohio. .r';. ""J
M. Z. Kreider....
L. Slocum ......
H. B. Walker
Otto H. Miller....
J. H. Sundennan ...
i. V. Hamlin
November 'A IHbi
... Somerset. ..
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Fairfield Common rieiis, Oct. Term 18 it.
HANNAH BEAMER, 1
. i- t. Petition for Divorce
JOHN H. REAMER. ) '., ,
TIE defendant, being a non-reaideri't ofthe
I .j , ik: w;ii ,v... -
J State .rfOhics will take notice that a petition was
edited .u,,, him by ,M H.nnah Reimer.at the
txtolwTeVmof ihe coi.t of common Plea., for 1853
iu tai (ut fjM, ,ount rf.j-.irfie) tni 8te M Obie,.
tht ths niaru contract exiadng bet'weoa
lonor id defendant be diaaolred.. The
on the Dart of said defendant for more than three veara
I prior te filing said pel ition '2nd, habitual drunknen.
3rd, gross neuHeertie -aiai 4th, extreme cruelty
u, gross negngenoj
P. VAN Ttt
October 33, lSGi
r.. va.i i sii, .u r, Jiuurnnjor j-eruwner. .
Kale of Real Estate by order' of Court. -
ON Friday the Hist day of December, A. I) 18m, ' .
between the hours of 0 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'
clock P. M. of-aaid day, at the door of the court-house
in the city of Lancaster, will be sold to the hlghe(
bidder, the following Real Estate, as the property of .
eamue amrr, a Lunatic, io-wii: i ne one unoivia- .
than fuli .ppraiaement
Terms of Soie--Oiie-fourth in hand and residue In
tl,.., ...-.I m.i.u..,. . J..
ferred oavmcn'a from da vof sale.
ANSON WARNER, Guardian
... , . . - in Lunacy nf Samuel Warner.
Novembe 25, 152,.,.. . $350 6w28
rn -nnvt e,t ,,m,nr-u m--. . Vm.irR .11
" , V?? P N FaMeM C oV
WILLIAM O WATbON,) ' - .
. , , Petition for Divorce.
1AJJISA WATSON, J .
r "IHE Defendant (whose place of residence is un-
L knnwnl iaherebv notified thai 'hnpetitioaer baa
hied his petition against ber in the Clerk' Office of
the t oiirt isf Common Pleas for Fairfield.county, Ohio,
praving for a dissolution of the bonds or matrimony
now subsisting between thero, snd assigning for cause,
her elopement and living in adultery with Ihe peraoa ,
named m said petition; which petition will coma oa
to bo h:iTd at th neat Term of said court.
: ' ' JOHN OARAGHTY.
. . Attorney for Petitioner.
November 25. 1159 . ' $3-50 .-.
FIRST ARRIVAL. ;
JUST received trom New York, by 'J"?)?''
thirtvhree doen KomthaKi Msaprar HAJA
September 34, 186X
- - v-,w. ,u w sum mi am aesa
eitleens of Syracuse, N. Y., on the 14th,
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