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HEPPBILICA TAT TICKET
,. ..) ..,. i For gcprena odg,
; ittjxi y; peck, of sciotb.;
. i l ;or Comptroller, ' . . '
VltttAM B. THRaLL, of Franklin
CHRIST. P. WOLPOTT. of Summit.
"a. " . ' .ili ..I .fTlt,l! WnrVe
"....JOHNl MARTIN. o Butler.
REPUBLICAN NOJIlIf ATlOJt.
,J- ) f ! For Conmw '" ' .'. '
( NELSON ( II..VAN VORllES. ,
I 'r- ralrfielt Count? Ticket.
For Awdiiot TJ. 8EATY.
For fiherlff--M. BOWMAN.
V Protecutknfe Attorney-S. WELDY.
Infirtry Diroft..rI). BRIGHT.
Coroner E. BEERY. i ; i
has -'vut '
STATE TICKET. , ,
" Vnr Simreme, Judo. '
' Vh'6m AS W. BATRLEY, of Bicbland.
'-Fat Attorney General, ,,.'
-BXTRBIN WATtD. of Warren., .
' V; For Coroptroler r f the rnwj,'
AWUM W. QltSON, MbjDing. :
For Board of Puhlick Works. '
IICIIARD H. HENDRIKSON,' Butler.
' . ' ' ' . . .
!"".'" i For jCo'igrew. ,
charle's d. martin. -
, ';' -..V . .. i Dr. Oldss Speech. .
! Ws listened to the speeeb of Dr. Old'a
tielivered at the Court House on Saturday
Tning laatj' The Doctor . Waa evidently
arur dose ford Llf juij of returns and yon
batter believe U, n mfO totsol v,ry laces.
It uted bif pateo) burk aetion , aelf-enp-yorting
beoa ttat to jllmlrit tin action
or, tha great Ijutlican party, JO
rapluiione apa making , pmnormi. -,fie
kalbt bhd teen tb inrehtor placa a pul
let poa tbe neat, aha would lay eo egg.jt
would (Irop through lb bottom, ph would
get p and eaulU, tora round tA look at
tha egg and atatltera waa nothing tbere,
and ah continuei th procts juotd fU
hid 1142 pg, when on Jookicg pund,
h found thai there was nothing left ; of
btr' but a bunch of feather; tli'ti bf ap.
plied in illustration of th Kepuoiicaa pr-
ty, in imtkiog pltforuV pairg rewlu
tiona., &o. He said they would bneaf in
conventioo, pass raolution, get;,tip nd
oackle. turn round and ae there ta4 hotn
ing there, and they bad repeated thta pro
ee until they had found nothipg return
ing of their party but bunch ol wool.
Awful cheering and clipping of hand
from the Democratic portion of the audi-once.--'
" ' .,
W regret thai w ar unable to repor
mora fully, and do ample justice to the
Dootora pecb, bnt "Uke the will for tha
ded." W hav aimed to do justice to
the tpirit of bis remarks and in conclusion
let ua aay, tha meeting waa large. , tbe
Court House crowded to ovtiflowing and
the Doctor'a speech was inimitable in
matter and manner! 'He did great justloe
to the ability and integrity of Stephen A.
Douglas, and covered Mr. Buchanan with
a wet Blanket, Take the speech all in all,
and it waa Dr. Olds out and out, full of
pith, point, and fun, with a lfge sprink
ling of sophistry and adroit dodging of cor
Remarks of Daniel Ullmsa of Nw York,
President of th American Contention, on
taking tbe chair at lb Sjraeu CoDn
tlos, beld on lb 8.1 iciL, Mr. Ullman
BaETnao ard Filww Cittzess: I feel
but loo sensibly th high honor you bare
done me, and tender you my wsrmest
thanks. Snaring in all the past Inoropbs
nd drriiv nf the Ameiican parly, I
aba!! reniwin faithful toiu (utur.(Cbera.)
,1 congratulate youoo Hi lush . position
now occupied by tha Amerieau nrgnolia-
iioo. TliOse piinciplea which, when nrst
euunciaied, aud many lo start, are now
adopted by manytwho rank themselres as
our opponents. "We hvsvieh to' great
purUtsjn congress sliskiog (lie union by
their .disaentioti, until tsis glorious band of
ArfJeri(;iin Senator ahd.IVp'eMatatlv said
to tbe.,w.itersr "Peace, be still.",, . . i
The sovereignly of tbe people was vin'
df(jAle(, snjl the people tol Ksnsas, rss
nntidinir. have stataDed tlie sexj of infsmv
on this cprrupt Wnd reckless National Ad,
ministration. Uur ws'iornm sironjsr ana
. Rtft Vw OHu
On Saturday vnin? last lbs Douglas
Democracy mat for tha purposa of bearing
lb jantity of produce raised, withdrawn
kowipatilioo from ' Agricultural pursuits,
4nd Urns iacrad th damas I for, as wll
their favorti speaker, Vr. Olds, make a tha prie or, tb com odity.
his Dromised " Douzla Damocratlo "L W bar than, br th protsclir system.
pch. The tnee'in? wS wall alWnrftd. I secursd a better mvkt for our produce,
Th Doctor.' ' boillDir over with Looofooq I aivta essiiformeBt lo our einswis, ind-icMa
patrioUsm, aaia bu, pany , wita polities I pMdnc toour gorarnmeot. tocreasea im i'lTTJLi
vtrmiu, Without pviioj, miagriiy, or - J ircuiaii0g meaiura cu our eoanirj muio-
thing but in inlamott drsir to mialsad, b'ancd tli lu of our property- .
lh people, asd wallow in th fat purohas- ' For prert nting th pperation of so aaia.
id by th m1 of lhfr principU. (ry policy as.titi. fjr re'fiioi U U ap-
W itU a few modifications sad adJilions, prvpriaien p!try coprvari fJr tbe im-
dia ancli was tna same sUreotTDi-d r- oroteramt of rifars ami harbors in th
hash ha baa rung ialh cars of the old whig wtet, yt lavialilng nitlion upon tb Pa
Laaaaaiar Ilrk.t. -
coaaacTiD wkik.lt by joh.-t. t (ons,
Wsit anal 08 . . , Ctn f M
alii . . '" .i
. a.iT .
. B.TTia -UK
i Waira B
TallaadjoBWckf, Third Floor,
On, IWt Ka,t of tnlnn tit. C' frt at rj a.
ttaa4ataMHiM. - Ab.iM.v; t, l-ia-lJ
party in vaia for the lt finen years. Hi ciffo coasts; for ; r"pe.alin4 th Jllsoorij JJJj;'!
me well known shallow vaunting of I Compromia. for taiiinioliaiog a!avrv. and ;waiii 4iiK
..T1m,...,; nnli-"t.ia im. nuarila LwcliTin irmAnm : Ihla irr.nt fat Doctor . Kmn ' uow
v.,u ' - j ' r I ,i , -y I r ' b, i,d.
scd inefffctusl charge on "home proUe-(could li4 Ui Dawiocratto ptrty to n
lion." His same weak ssssuli with bis kis, ia clairff that our prmpartiy wss
small potato pop-gun upon ' l'jver and th result of ,bjr foul ring ear and aaluta. I
caa IS hiii .
NEW YORK MAKKET.
rioar kaa a dxlialac ta4ac. 8aU ol Okla ft
W k,t lowaft ! or w orm ua"..,.. -
Suikr rl ni.a bi i wmt
Wl.rl M4I -
Pork UkT at IS 1 tor aiaw.
WkUk U dull at caau. .
Hsrbor lmorovemenis," nia eiuirge ; oi ry siws! . Postering ear ann saiuwry .. t Paaairw. ,pt. m. isv.
"Abolitioniam," bia "jug of returns." bis Uwsl indeed 1! A Well miiiht th Jw ruiartaawwar rytt-. a iSfm.ui
"patept back-action roiary aeif.upporUng claim that chrisOanitfpwerf it success olt'iCAXrZ, '
beoa nest." his "Sismea Twins." his "to- him. rrowiair an as it did.'.io spiu of hia Tka i. a 4 .m.i '-' a
ll aaaialLatfi1i: UlNm I ,W nj munvrs ani
. jfasrOur rAosf and worthy friend of tb
1 k.J'liaalih' ha said he bad been nfnioted i Ohio Kairl In hi last issue, spreads him-
jrrihe head and eyes until he ' w8 almost j elf in a three columij ariicle in oomment
blind; but be bad been told that a blind . 0g Up0R th speech of Thomas Ewinq Jr.,
- keg could root and find acorns., threfor
'Mf would give it a trial., II said ha bad
riot been consulted, upon the announce"
Vnnt put forth by th Eagle and handbills,
tbat be was to dissect the speech of ThoV.
Ewiog jr., delivered few evenings pVe
Tiouslyi but he had listened to the epeecb
"of Mr; E. wltb much interest, and lie pro
Enounced it an able speech, in fact the best
ba had listened to for
years, and a speech that reflected much
'credit: upon"; the worthy son of a distio-
iWuialvtd aire." H then went off ' upon the
'nrtrinaanf Fr Trade, 'attempting to
prove 'bt lH salvation of the toiling mil
lions depended upon the reduction of their
swages to. an equality with; the ' sert anil
p'auper laborer of Furope.'or soma !2$cts
er day; tbey could then bay, their calicc
'and shirtiri; as qbesp as the ricA man, and
'th policy wotjld mke the banker, the
'Vanitaliat and ilia nabob real democratic
' sovereigrn. th crest and glorious print-
"'Ve "of tb Zmecroitcar would then b
ontumated th toiling millions or Amer
ica, the ser s, the. psopers,' and eriminals
'of all the world, could shake hands toeth
Vri and hoita for eu'a'lWy, ten cnta a day,
oat meal bread, potatoes, salt, and kale
soOps; luxuriout uaritiyindeed! ! ! He
then weht'oVand proved tfiat tbe , Dmo
'orotic i party bad spent hundreds of mill
?joos of dollars in improving fisrooVs kpon
;ihe sea board H at they had spent ashigl
ft bklf million of dollara to improve simple
jnle'Ls where the anttsl reVenueliad ambd'nt-
4 to the enormous sum ofyfw dollar and
forty cent, and fl at one of these revenue
offices hso given employment to numbers
f good kontet Democrats, at a cost to tbe
Government of more ibsu five hundred
Aimee th revenue collected. Cheers and
that' Demoocratio proteoiion. ,
f Sir1. Olds iben took up the'subjeotof our
Internal Commerce spoko of our lks
and riverssaid that there wss noiafttoci
ier flowing iher, and that tbe idea of Gov
eminent improving tbeift Wss all. an old
Whig phantom. Hessid lh dear people,
the 'farmers hado make their own rdads
ti& why not malts the mercbsors, steam
boat men, and bankers improVe the lakes
and rivers, or let them dry up? ; They bad
all ie prolAs; the farmers coi',d swim the
lakes, wad the Mississippi, sbd Uke their
produce with their siSt horS'e Warns tohisr
ket in the good old Demo'clrstic way. Tre
minduos cheeringanA tb'at'sso.J .
He next went on to pr'ove tiat the good
. old' Democratio pAy liad done loVs 'of
things,' had played tbe 'niisobief with the
brave old Whig party, aHd that they bad,
in the single adininstrltlion of Gen.Jsckion,
exploded tbe 'American system," Vetoed
tbe United States Biink, removed the de-
hioh he tske's oo casion to charsoter
fte the Republican party as:
"The Botany Bar for the escaped rogues
f6f sjl parties and the hospital for all disas-
eo, uusounu saa Droaen uown ponui;iaHE,
a veiy wt bouse, stinking with disease
nd reeking with corruption.
THUS on lasi naiuraay nigni. uiu uur
old and wel-loved friend.Tom Ewing Jr.,
casl himself Ynto the; loathsome but wel
comipg embrhc; of that Httla; despairing,
mongrel, rosny-hued fragment ot lansitcai
and aboliliomied Know Nothings', kicked
out democrats snd such eoldieis of fortuiie
from the old Whitr armv, as will join ,any
ramp lor the chancea of pillage and plun
der, which calls Knelt tue nepuoiiuan
paj-ty of this county." . i
Ho goes ou id a similsr strain of beauti
ful language peculiar to himself, describing
many of our moil worthy oitizans; com
mencing with Jacob Huber Esq., tbe jlVe-
si line; officer.Judge Sbsw.Cbarles Borland,
D r. Effinger and many other citizens of
fiast respectability, all of whom he char
acterises in the above eAosrt and beautiful
language. . . .
We yield the palm, we csv wa knosk
under, a nd lament the simplicity , of onr
log cabin education. Brother .; Connil
ought to secur 6y "letters patent" Ai
oicn peculiar ityle in using the english lan
guage, or tbe Devil and ' his angles when
rioting in the cinques of iniquity', msy
steal it from him. ': " .'.
He takes special , pains to ring . in Mr.
Van Vorhas.the PE0fLE3 candidate for
Congress. We are not personally acquain
ted wiin Mr. Van Vorhes, but hava taken
scnie pains to' Wrn his history, snd think
we hszzard nothing in saying that be is a
high ; tond, honorable, honest, and gen
tlemanly man, and every way worthy of
tha patronage of a free and intelligent
people. .:..' ' '
Oar education totally disqualifies us
from doingjustire to the conitne'tits ot the
classic!, professional and deeply learned
Editor of that all irott ol a sheet, the Ohio
Halloo there! Devil, bring us a basin
of water, ome sosp and a towel that we
may wash onr hands before wo take bold of
soma decent man's production
posits and issued a ' specie i circular,' by
mean of which the glorious ' old Demo
cratia party had enable tbe poor man to
buy a shirt at six cents per yard, knocked
tbe backing system into a cocked i bat;
beggared 'ens pf thousands of manuracWir-
tng. sjjec'til'ating; hd comBseV'clalnien, and
'eoat tb'etQUlng, billiohs hundreds upon
iittArjreda of millions of dollars; and yet)
the dear people didn't die under it neither.
Vut through the blessing of God, and the
Indomitable energy of the Yankee Nation
, tbey bad reeupetrted, revived and were de
termined to go ahead or burst the boiler.
Tremendous sheers. 1 : ? j
Doctor paused.cast one eye upon the speak
er," and the other (most quisicallyi titon
Wself and Brother B'eaty; ahd ''seeriied to
ay' prepare to take the medicine from
T "inB of rturns,M hhd to count the
eggs !n my "patent back actioa self-sup
Porting;hennsst.''' rr:l'-i t ' .
The Doctor, after gathering hia eyes to
k common focus, commenced by1 charging
that tbe great Republican Tree, had been
grown from pbro and unadulterated Aboli
tion seed; to prove whicll he drrtlt oilt dose
, On Saturday the 25th inst.,. the Hon'.
John Sherman will address the masses of
freemen of Old Fairfield, at the Court
House in our city, We look upon John
as on of th household, inasmuch as be
wss raised in the city of Lsncsster W
esteem biro a promifing boy in fact, we
bav beard him, and know him to be a man
of wcrth and rare talent. Turn out every
body and let us welcome hira to. bis na
tive home. . Tbere wi',1 be a number, of
other distinguished speakers present on
the occasion, and we shall 1'ook for a tola1
demolition of alt who , stand opposed to
truth and justice.
prouder than e'er before., , Ypu bsv com
together to decide upon questions ol njot
mentous Interest. This dsy teeins with
events which will reochheyood th ..con
fines of this State, and will hot ceas.3 . in
their effects until a far distsut. future. ' .
Wakecp.then.and by all the victqriwaud
defeata of the past, let uS this day lo bbtfi-
ing, ay nothing, to compromise oar po
ition and nationality. Let lis do . hotbiog
that will prevent ua in the lulur iromD
ing able to skip eaob and every Stata ol
the Union in our embrace.
Breihren, again I return you my thanks
and await your pleasure.' ' Cheers
' The Tribnn of Friday, says: '
The attempt 10 combine th two parties
represented at Svrscuse in a united effort
against the abhorred measures snd the
corrupt and faithless men of the Buchanan
Democracy, appears to have failed. We
regret this reault, but are not surprised at
it. A little more experience seems to be
necessary to the masses or to the leaders
of th two psriies. : A combination of them
is inevitable, but ths lime for it has not
et arrived. But thouoh the anticipated
cooperation has thus been prevented so far
as the Stale is oencernad, we trust it rosy
vet he found practicable in tha Congress
ional Districts, especially where tha two
Dirties actinc senaratelv r sur to te
beaten by the common 109.
It will b recollected that the Republi'
can and State Conventions met at Syracuse
on the 8th inst., to make State nominations
and if possible, lo unite tbe entire opposi
lion 0 Locofoco misrule.' W have read
the very full report of both Conventions,
by Horace; Greeley, of the New York Tnb
une, ahd lis Ve n hesitation in saying that
the Ameiican Convention acted with great
libe'rntyv dignity and justice, and that the
Republican Convebtion by a majority of its
members manifested a disposition to adhere
to its ultra 'sectional doctrines: this, and
this alone was the caule of a failure to unite
We commend the remarks of "lir. Ull-
msn as above stated, as containing lYl brief
the due position and true policy of all true
I The 7th plank of the American Platform
adopted by the Ametiran , Con W lion i
Philadelphia, in February; 1856, with a
change of the naturalization laws, consti
luta the principal bone of contention, .
. The 7th plank of said , Platform reads
thus; s . , . -sy
Till. We recotrnizs the right of the na
;iv born and naturalized citizens . of tbe
(Jutted States, permanently resicing in any
territory thereof, to frame their consiitU'
tion snd laws, and lo regulate their domes,
tic and social affairs in their own mode,
subject only to the provisions of the Fed'
eral Constitntion. with the privilege of sd
mission into the Union whenever thttv nave
the reauisite population for one Reoresen
A T! I I
tative in uongress. rromdta always, that
none but those who are citizens of the unt
ied States; under the constitution and laws
thereof, and who have fixed residence in
any such Territory, ought to participate in
the formation of the cobstiiutioo, or in the
enactment of laws for said Territory or
We adhere to this plank ss the true ex
position of Vppulr .sovereignty. Add
to this prudent amendment of the' natu
ralization laws, and a total prohibition- of
crirbinal and pauper emigstio'd; and for
eign dictation, and you have our political
creed, faith and prsotice. r '
matoe" anecdote, hi "Sunday in Nw Or- rtercution-: as well, might Oorcr III,
leans," were all repeated with ' aa ' ma oh eUim that tli eoloaietrowci) their geatne
complacency ss though h -ad not disgust- (0 him growing and flourishing as they j
d ih respectable portioo of bis audience did in spiu of Brinish tyranny and op-
.1 I 'I.. L.r... :.t. .1.. . ( , 11 .u A :i
a inousanu iimea iwium wu u iu , iprrasioa.c m wen miut t un cwui
simple things. ' ' ' ' I that man owed his morality to ;bim, bin-
: His Tantf argument was simpiv rtuicu- M h doe, despite bis wona ol no, ni
Ioua.- Opposea to th protective system, groopin' afur dih. , 1,
h. wits, in favor of a, tariff for "rvnue," Th Doctor' charge of Abolition agninst
stidaciousjtnough to assert, that the coa- ta Republican par'y, ia aa weak and con
sumer suffwd by the former; he was too temptibl as it is fallacious and uowsrrsnt
near lighted to see that if, his reasoning ,J. It Be,d M refuui'ioo a a party, it
were correct, b would Jiave to pay thll- standa guiltless of any such calumny in the
ter . and, thus have the burtlen of govern- eVM of overy honorable and conscientious
ment to ar ,. . If t ji ooosumer p'aya th Democrat. And although there are Ah
high tariff.. he likewise .paya the loy one luionists in thi- party "Hack as Embus,"
if hViuppofts the government iu bo -a- t t beneath th dignity of a man, it is
stancsi hejoe in tha oihe. '' I smaller than littleness to profler su.ih a
Pa. at I '4tssrurfalra4 oo nd and nkluat
1 3l 4 S"tJi
nnr 1. 1. lamnfl at a tarthtr aitraitr 't nnta
ataanrSima bkl lflrril. an1 mt-i KM.
OaU I. f.irra"4l t- nw lislawar.
Wklak raaulu w.lhont chanr. mIm al W&XX.
BALTIMOKE, MARKET,' "
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Tka-aalM ara a"i)tiw4 la WW Mria K 1 nw iir-
Bu. ana a wr mx-rm w.m " .-"f
durific tha 1IS4 Bourn ware 4M1 harreli".
FairDeld CndRty, a. Coni t of Cum. 1'leat.
Cancel CSrp?n(ar, Klulutllf. t
W. n. Damn tad Sin,mi A llanetl. C. Spealmaa,
l',uu A. ykama auil Ckurlta Hurialid llcfua-l.
f" I'BKS A. CH. Rnt MnS.rd. In Ik..
1 , Sun M Ci,uwit,nt,iill " a- iir lUM Suai
off'ari ''nhr. ofllio li.ui.li "f PairSel'l.lM ha Mai
1,1 lMi.,...i.iM, lli JfUi il.. cr U.
k belillou l lkC Mim, I Canan,a I'lma Hbl.i.l I
fr '(ha t'oair.T of Kirn. M in nid rHutx ' Ulil. ,
a atiul tka aa'a dafraJaiita. ttlh(fiwtti ikl Wai. It.
Harnsll and Wife, (uvs a rrotna lo tha aa'd aia
Mel CarfMRlir, Dmi tn fi'.Wahc i.rfmla". altoa
la said Cunatj ai PalrSUk n-mHi a n.riHta travl ui'
land in lha V.rlh t.wXe ra carl ulSmlna Mo IS.'l'uvk
ahi So 14. and Ran No l!l, mnlainlli IhlrtJ-i
lVltlaera.lka attmo pri'uiiwa fonariad k? Saata I
C1rhT aud M'llrloW. K. lUmi-ll. Hd date t
iprll4. IK5T. Krmora aiil,elarfrli'i,,
radnrrMr lakara mad t mid dm-d to wan Ik
batmenforeiSM-aenirdlnf toilal onw rr""1
lain aaW saarHrna-n. and laai, alaoa ll,tlin at Ik
aald ni"rlei"-Hi" a"l C. snalaiaii. H. A t'kaoiaa i
and Cnarlea Boitlind, dfft-ndanla. kaT orkar I
aaM prwliwanWBliajald W. U. OaiaalLaad ra
lnlli!aald XTItllara K. llamftl may pa aa.. aa.
no claimed in b due with Interwi. aioornlla
t. and InlrreS riaj.Arll I, IH:,7,. or Ik t aa l
praiulx-a m'aytwanld n ii lh aainc, an I lha mi a
anMar and aiiavraldj.UUiuia or bvfore Hit ISIH
Cut ta F. Snfta. i.aUru, . , ... , ,
Pleasant Township Seminary -
rfHE Second kalrSlon nf lha PIaaiTowaaMT
I Koailnarv, will nunai lli " day r
0-V.braeil Al whirs lli.t) r'inlU will l.j llnak
fully adialiied. JONfcr'll tHIUI Aa.Priaclpal.
kupianbar 19,ie3e 9wl .
: Is the Dpctr then in favorof .wringing chr As well might w chare lb
fromthe floborer'lh J'widow,' th "or- Democratic Dartv wiih a deair'n to fasten
phan,"Obio' ppporion.of thoo hundred I slavery upon Ohio, because maay of i
million aijuauueion auu a. i.vo. -v.r memoeri are siavarj rsuinioniaa, "
James Buehaaand the jlasilwelve-riionUiat might we denounce them as unahristian,
Ia ha irt afar of, (,Rpmpe)ing the "dear bc,UM there are thoaa amonij them who
consumer" ( for whom he ejects to nave so blasphem the nam of the Most limit, and
.t.J i .t.:. :i,r I . r , ... .t i -t
mUOl) sympaniT f a. uear iuo aiui i woo WOUIQ rejOIC to B ID law oi viva
burthen of overnmeniTr . ;, I temples in. Dames.
Breathe calmly Doctor, ,pid, Jiourf coo- Th Republican prty stand npon tha
snieco be at ease; we mean to proffer no Uv . Question, , wber. until 1854. th
such charge against yod, w havoqly ta North in one unbroken phalanx to-d; op-
ken Ins position to anow in of,i nossd to its siiension. anrt quail opona.
inconsistency of your position the ,Rla- fd j0' intsrfex'g with it vktrt it exists by
ring fallsoy of your reasoning, lo neither U,w. disdainining th
event would the ci
his just proportion
aaleaof4B0barMUali1,."S,e. the lailei late for
wacaaa. ; ' . .
T.kaaa The demand lood ntiH tha rleaa kar
ad'anead x f' poand. Sal.- HO ba je prime W . K.
at T eeau. . "
Oraerlaa Te aaariret mran mr- rrp.ain t"-
with kataHmlled ikunaad. Hli otiuo hara Co-al
lla. Saar and Molaaate Srai at our Uit quota-
"Unalav WheaV la In brlak iTeaian'l tn-day. and
Ihe artrcaof prime while wheat'kaae adrapod. Salea
Wba,hrod whltatl.tl: 6s dndo do at IM do
(nod white al 1. S. J do prim while at 1 IS dellr
ared. and INI do do do al I rt. d-IWred
Cora la la lelr daman m-nej auu j n
culat and unjhrn'ed, OataSrra al Sle
. NEW ORLEANS MARKET.
Sew ttae.I7 14 ip.
Cntlon Tha steamer-, news had no etsct oa the
aiarkei: aalea of ini halea.
Kurareloaed baoeani aaraneeo y,v. , ..
Tohareo eloted ateadr.
Flonrilnaed with aa adlnclnf tenr'ancy; win a.
' rorifeloaed with an a raneinr tandanty atT3S7i.
Prorleiona eloaed ery dull and keaay.
or th Doaition that it re
the consumer have more than quirs tt a,. .special act of the peoolo to fit
rtion to pay, and you know it. frMdofli tspbn a territory while slarery it
Let us examine this question of protec- Utamped upon it by tha cosstitution of our
lion, liqi uo uisna au9 " i otaiea. . . i
I Tirf . I r l
I niLDIDOSlDIUr. II
veil, and test its principles.
Ne rations! man will contend mat
ladaant fortheeale of Phiioe. "
taneaater. Sepve mum 9, ItiB IDtf
; rata to wt Jatnntbna Tlpttin.,
JStTOTICKilaherelry rlren. lhatthe anderalined Saa
i been ajipoiulei) a.ud duly qnelllled aa Admluie-i
.raroron the raMeriil-inilaltian Tiidon.de-ad.la.a
f Kuahrrn TownAip, Cn amity Ohio. All
rriiaha'dr (lalnisaraai.t "nld- E.tate wl I nraaenl
tbeta for aolilnaieni.lBmlly Sulh-ailraM within una
roar and all Uioee Indrt.lod wllt,mVe Immediate
parent. K. S. OARUXER, AdWWr.
September 11S53 JwlS
. ' . I r ' . ..?' ' ""
, Nctico to Taz-Paycrc. w
rTtnKTaa-Pareraof FalrCeld Onntf.wltl fake no-
"I tire, that ihn Coinmiuionranf FairSnid County.
1 oliedteneeto the lw, rtiako Pmrlalnrftlon Hint a
rote will he takea al th mviine Ortoher Kleclioa,
to a.rcrtain thr will of ilu Hroul., lo whr.lher tbey
are for or aciiiirt leaylnj aTax to bo'.ld aCoart Hooea
in aaid Louuty. i 'l i '
la the oj.inion artif rflmmiinnfriw;', in- eo
coat of botldlnr a Court Hna. will rii4bea4
Wilhrnostof Dr.'skansas views, we con
cur. He is mistaken, .however, when be
out protection, our manulaciur
eratu an hour. Tbe inequiliiy 01 in priua id Sooietv
of EuroDean and American labor, the au- when . averts thai nolitical plsde
periorily 01 British msnufacturing facilities, eg wer0 r.qoired 9f ijsemigrsnts H is
their vast run of patronsge, the fostering mistaken whao.he says they sent men into
protection of their laws, give them an ad- Katmg Zpressly to votd.('lie i mistsken
vantage and superiority . irresistible, and wnen n9 MSRrt xil Congress n ver sx-r-
that cannot, without proleciion, be conten- 0:wfi BBT authoritr over the slavery ques-
ded wiih. . , . tion in (he Territories. He, .is misUken
Will it be insisted that th proprietors of l,e 9ru that th people of the te.
tha "Dailv Commercial." with hMf or one ritorla. embraced br th ordinance of 87.
fmirth their natronaiTe. could Publish their .nar rer-orrnizad that ordinsnf. .1 refer
paper, as cheap ss they do to-day? And 1m 0 the cat of Indiana in 1807, where
wi Hit be. diSDUtra mat wiin . lour i dm reoo;a or mat men lerruorv. peuuuu-
iheir nresent natronsee. tbey could do it Lj Conirress to render that ordinance im-
,1 I A , . V. I n .An. ...... r in I. : -k ... ...nnl.
mucil cneaper auu uiu.o piuui,ii .. i perauve lor iu yenra, wmvu uv.-
n v this reasonincr. then, to our maouiao- ,noiv done.
lories, give them the business, inoeas, j.j j right when he says that Lecomp
thair Datronsee. secure their investmenta, ton g,ould hsve been submitted to tha
ViVoteet theih liomlhs advautagea of pau- neonla. He is ricrht in savinir that Bu-
per tabor." and they will ba .able o fur- Lhanan attempted to rTy that infamous
nish you wiih a better arttole at a rcauceu measur "hj executiv patronage. ne
nr ce. ' lou Wil thus lurnisn a norne mar- . rioht in savin? that tiucnanan was wt-
ket for your produce, give emplojmenlto MCUting better Democrsts than he. Ha is
your bwp oiti sens Ahd open the vsst and rjght in saying that he is a better Democrat
inexnaHStaoip umiea ui cuai ouu n" - iiiao oucnauan. nw i ........ .
now sleep valueless in your hilla. tins that Charley Martin waa an Adminis
The "Free Trade policy." it is clear, Uratinn man. This may all be; we agr
must inevilably result In . lie overthrow with bim in these last particulars and these
and utter destruction of otir Wiannfacturing only.
interests, and with its overthrow, ruin and
starvation are brought to our doors. We
close our furnsces, the forge And loom are
silenced, we deprive our citizens, ol em.
. . . i
Tr-To all wanting Farms, sea adrertleemeLt of
.,. RRfitITjS.il' MFrrri5t;s:
tA5CTFR rOC5Crr.,5o3 Sep. 1". JF58
I.OIIGK. SO. 7 "
. CHtKTRR. ftoll " "
Kepi. 1H48. G, STJilSSIAH. aetoroer.
T-SS.II Tt I,1 Ol Ftt I,S', 9 Milea Inn
HUlladalnhla, hy Kailroad. in the Mate of .New
i.m.v. Koil amone the beat f r ArrlMltaral purpo
aea.ainr arood lom aU. with a elr The
Ian! 1. a .n traet.fl T men im' pmaii ,ri,ii,u ..-
from all parte or Ike eooniry are now ae-.inn
nd buildlne. . .
Th...AiMiihi.iiii rravlnr. Terms from 15 o
W iieadrre. parable within foar year-W liltalmenl.
To alallthe plaee '.eare Vioe Street Wharf at Pbll-
iteli.ita at in oy aa'iroaa ior ma,.
addreaa B. J. Byniea. by letter. See foil S'lrenae-
meul In another column. Kept. 10. irseaaisu
ntnvm.nl anil- Inrn hecrirara into the WOrld
We" mak useless 'our mineral weaiihand the
TTPTo all withllnf Farroi, see adrertlieacont of
- )C9Se Messrs. Bickfo'rd iSc Davis ad
Vertisehient. ' lfow is the time for those
wh'd Wish to supply themselves with win
ter goods. Just call and exsmin their
goods snd patronize home idanufacturing
that's the lru policy.
monthly for Sept., ia recievsd. It con
tains thirty well written articles, many of
which are worth simply more1 than double
the subscription pric to tliose who desire
useful information. Published by Oak-
smith St Co., New York. Price 25 cents
per bdpy or 83 per annum. '
Lancaster Nubsebt. - Sea j. Gtavett's
new hdvertisement. John has a rare col
lea tion of faults, flowers," shrubs and ever
green. , - r : ,, ., ,
Ma' Josh. , Clarke Dear Sir. You
will please announce the nam of Frederick
Fisher as a candidate for Land , Appraiser
in xvusucreea id., ana. onus ...
..... MANEY TOTEftSj
jCTo those of our readers wanting
anything in the Dry Goods line, we would
say that our old friond P. Bope has just
received his extensive Fall and Wnler
stock. Having selected his own stock, he
ia tonfident he csi please everybody.
His advertisement will appear next week
We Invite the attention of everybody to
the Prospectus of the New York Tribune,
to be found on our first page.
Strkhotb and HIsalth RbstorkdI
Mr. John David ion, living ten miles above
Pittsburgh, on lha : Pennsylvania Canal,
says: "When lomraenoed taking Ucer-
haves Holland bitters, I could hardly
walk, now I enjoy excel Cot health."
Headache and Debilit? Mr. Silas
'. Liscoms, of Birrminyliam says:
"lhave found Boerbave'a Holhnd Bit
ters a remedy fur Hdadaohe and .Debility.
My wife has also used it with, tbe greatest
benefit. . ,
Mr. A. S. Nioliolson, of Pitsburgh, also
remarks that be has experienoed much re-
. !. I I I.
net irom us uen ior ueauauue, ...
TfTo all waallng Farms, see sdrertlaomeut of
3T Large bodies of ice' have been ob
served ia tbe Atlantic ocean recently.
One was enormous in siia being two hun
dred feet high snd four hundred feet long.
At this season of the year ice is seldom
seen by voyagers, and the probabilly is
tha summer within the-Artio tone has
been unusually powerful insetting free
the . mountains of fee - ia that ro-
gijo ' ,; ' '".'...;',',:';.
" It is not easy lb straiclilen. in the oak
tbe firook that grew in the sapling,' !
sound of the spade apd pink Hje from., our
hill sides forevr. V destroy oiir inde
pendeoce as a Nation, making ourselves de
pendent upon Europe by creating a mo
nopoly in her favor.
The effect of such a monopoly are
known to all. Tbe past ia full of miaery
resulting from it. The want of sufficient
nroiaction is seen ana ten - to-oay. a no
nresent financial crisis, the bankrupt con
dilion of our troveinment, ihe scarcity of
currency, and the oonseq-jent depreciation
in tha value of property, all bear t''e un
mistakable marks of tnsuffii'ient pro'eption.
Our country is drained of its g"ld and
silver to pay for tne excess of our Importa
tion's. Our citizens are turned out of em
ployment and stripped of their "flesh and
blood," that the serfs and aaipirr of Brit
lain may bs supported. ,
But the Doctor contends that ws Destroy
our "prodws market' and "cripple our
agricultural mteiesta," by. . the protective
system. This of all apparent truths, is most
fallacious and absurd.
Eurori furnishes lis with most of our
imports, while she ofiSrs us a market tor
but a very small proportion of our exports.
A total prohibition then, is regard to those
articles that may be produced at hirdf
(wh'mh however, wa do Tlot eortteoa for)
would deprive us of but a small proportion
of our for lign trade , -It
is clear that the only market; we can re
ly on eitbe1 in Enropa.or elsewhere, is that
which they themselves are unable to sup
ply, snd the only liinre an of such market,
is what we make ourselves hy the pur
chase of their oommandateg.' If, then, it re
quire a million, or any other g'veu num
ber of men to prod iloe ilia articles we con
sume, this and this only, is the market of
our own creation, and its supply will not
devolve exclusively vipon us, but will be
divided proportionally among tra produo
ing powrs of tbe earth. We thus see that
the market bf oiir own making ia not t ex
clusively our own. But jet us examine
the question further. , ,
It is indisptitahla that the Machine) -bor
of Great Brittain boare the proportion
of about twenly-fiva to ona of the manual
labor, while, in the United States, the
proportion does not exceed ten to one. It
is, 'therefors clear that to produce, the same
arlioles. it would requira a greater oqm
ber of riieh at : Home than abro'adi But
suppose the numbers ba equal tha mar
ket orated by them is not dividad among
the producing power of the esrtri as before,
hilt is ours exclusively, bul . ajain these
million men who ara to supply the place of
as many European serfs tor the' purpose of
manufacturing articles far out consump
tion, ar? taken from agricultural, pursuits
, , LATER FRON HAV AN AH.
. Nfw YoRK. S'Pt. 13 Th steamer
Daniel. Webster has arrived from Havana
wiib dates to the 8th inst., and 8100.000
n sb'ecie. . ;
o7. - .'.. fUmlv at 1 I rials for
v ounii iici u - - -
Dutch standard, and No. 12 and other
numbers on that basis. Contracts bsi
b'en marl aniountino; to 68,000 boxes ol
cominff crop at Miodc per box of ix
Uolasses very quiet at o
Ihlr,,..,. ,t,,Mi..n,i riollara. The home wIlKe threw
yasraln way of ronrtrnrtion.whii-h would on!y nnkw
llneriee.iry In lerey US ol twalae taonaana amiara
eaihviar,f,rthree year.. Row a la x of ouamillea
lite rfvi'a-. 'a'natlon f pronerty iu tho ronnry wilt
ralaa etaxeounl lo aomelhinit or twetra Uio'ieand.
d,.IUr,. Ural the (at payer who pata mm owe
bnndrna lluraiVIUlla. wril-par aen ma .w-
t...i:.ii,. a i .1 Mn:,M nn', the ieraon who
pa a tt on one thonaand dollora ralnatinn win pa
,.i.e dollar toward bJi'dlrfa fonrt Hnnre audaovia
i. proportion. lt 0,d ol H,- Mp,.
Sept.S, lfSH-wl. '
WlI.I.lepromptailentlon to FtI!fFH,LR. AW
CAHl.XKr WOKRuf e'y deacrlplidapt
on bandor mailo lo order. Charaaa It lhi i.apel.
he Udelermiued to (tire eenernl auliUclioa..':, .
N.B.Shop on corner of Lolumoaa ann nai,(
StreeU.atllie ld Foater ttaad.-
LaDcailur.SepiBuibri, Icjc mi"
COLD WINTER 15. C
BICKFOED & BAVIS
n ATE on band alanra.rot oT wooi.i.K? uoous,
for aaia, wholeaala and reull, nuaiMinf of
STOCKING TARN, j
TThlte, Beat Sand Cairreal FlvaXTIFXa,
an r wklek thee warrant In ba nf a superior onsll-
te.aod will aell. either al wb detale or retail, at tue
loweat potaible pnees. laey wi.i counuuw
mSCF,CTIJRIC A R U CLBTJ BKESSIXG.
Waat Caraiaix aa Uerctolore,
GOODS EXCHA!tGKfr WOOL. ana erery accom
modative tendered Parmer, ibey can reaaonahlv de
Bpt 18,18)8 SOlf
Has taken tbe Stand lately occupied by H. FloHlnJ,
In tlA Tllraar Rloeat, - ..
one door Eaat of tha entrance toitaeTalliaadje Hons,
WHERE be koepaconalaufly on bana ror sate,
hei-hoine,.! a.)ftioeu-. of
K. H. Blf'K KOKLI,
J. C. UAVl.
teeh ardies net,
. , a V i ,
rials ior o avea.
ExehaoM ralher .'active. Bu s on L"n
don M. on Eastern citiea
Freiwlil Verv dull and acarel ny, en
trairements are reported. The health of
r . in ,
liavanah waa muoti improved.
The steamer Clyde, , from Vera Cruk,
had arrived with dates to the 8th inst.
atyTh te"0 frigate Siscra is to carry
so many of th unf.irtunale.nettroes who
formed the eargo of the Echoas ar still
alive, from Charleston pa kto Afrira.
trT all wnntlnj Farms, sea adeertlesmeot of
of er'ort Variety, ereroffersd in this matSeBAlao
Ladlr-a' Fura, Rc.bca,Cmwrllna,Caiea.
ere. Sil of which ba will sell at lb lo-weet U1sl
ralea. and wnrranl tr 00 e'jjiai w anj .
kind In tbe Weatern Country. He rnibr with
rralitiide lit old folomera. and hopes uy an boneat
aiteallon W biahoaineas to meritaud receiire a liberal
ahare of the public patronnre. . nji.iai.i...
Lancaater, i illy e, inou jidiu
OUK Partnenhlp is thladay dlaaolred by ssatnai
conaent. Our Himkawmef be oed. by caab J
notes. durlu Ibe noaih. All accoorU fcot rloaod
then, will be in thebanda of a colli-itor. Ihoee wb
in.-.d .lo.in, OP, . call
A i iB-.on.u ' J. H. BlfiEWW.
K. B. ttowltr cnntlnn tlia Kracilca ef Medicine
at oar respective offices.
Crnr ! Tows and Pearl Streets,
OOT.TJZVZB CT A, OHIO.
(flrancs eJPa's Jfaaf7e Ctllfge, FMtiirgk.V:
P. nn?F. (author of Ha 'a Meresntlle Compnia
Uons.dtc.aie., all of which are taulilin IhlaCollexe.
8. H. DUNAN, Superiiiluadeiit, with an c-cieut
eorpa of Aaialaau.
W. li. ltu r V and S.MtAl-ec.t. renm-n.
Bend for apecimea of WriUuf and C"lles:e Tlrcular.
Sep 10-1) 19 Address, h'CVt - UUaAN.
JOHa WOKS, ARent,rorthea'.oor i - j
DIED. .. .
In Lancaster Ohio. S-pt.. Itth 1858
Mrs. Sarah Grkqo Su-trrEa. wif of Mr
Gilbert Shmfur aireil 17 years. " ,
Mrs. Shaffsr waa married on the oral
dav of December 1858 (only about ten
months ajjo) and was taken ai-k but a feW
days after Her roarriagre, aud remained in
almost continued xirme n.n
sutfarinij until releieced by the friendly
hand of death.
It will be gratifying lo her friends to4know
. ... ' . . I JL 1 1, &
that sh oiea a penuenv uouo'cr m
merit of th blood of Jehovah Jwsus.
TTPAll waalln to mlcrate.l a -lid ellmatajrAod
apU.sud Sna market, saa adTertlsaaMnt ol nan-ua
ton Lauds - '
TT7A1I wautlnr to amli
oil, snd Sou msrkelt sea i
W'aa.ii. ik. .ii, . waii',t roneonanie rniea.a
I f Sn. assortment of FKUITs'nd ORNAIlBNTAC
TRKKS. or alconw. healthy (rrowin., aura..as api"-,
fears. Peaches, i riernes, .tpneova.irr.poa, .
k.a.. o.u.Mn.a. uanharh.Strawberrtea, rc. axe.
. . . a.i.i .r KVKRIrRBENS. inch aaare
well adapted to our soil and eliiaale, with Sowerlnf
Ch.aha Hnb.1. Ikahllaa. die. . "" ' 'f"
rpHureari la Baal Leooaater. 'aj.f--,irio.
Lancaeter. Ohio. ... 10US GUAVltTr. v
Repiember H, lUiS-Joiso , -i . -
' Tt all whom It miy qoncernt i
wriiTir i. k.niin li,n that there Is pandlri .be'
1 fpra tha City Council of tbe City of Laacaster.tbe
An Ordinance to na the Sldiywalks , o Chasnut
Street, between d and dlh 8treH. tn said Cli Jr
. AnOrdinaneatorMrretheSide walkaen Foojc ta St.,
between Main and Walnut Strot..,ln aald Cllya
. In nnraiianeaoftha law, said Ordlnaneo were laid
on tha table, and tho Clerk loatruc led to gty four
.ka .otic, oftho paadlar i"q'c bl.rk. '
tanoastar,8epteaibar IS, lM8-rdwi.il
rtRST ftATE ARTICLE,
Otall siias, kept eowtanlly ou hsnd and for aula by
Lanaaater, Aognsl is, ir3 awm
Prtrtrits of Gen.WaiMnffton.
tHAVK. at a areat apeuaa.rot,up litho
.nb..l.nortraltaor lh.IaoSTJ. WAaaiaaTOK.
a a",'- r . .... ubi.k
b. ...... n.i,,iin.. ol ine eizn 01, 11101 . uu.
the only pop.!.. Portrait oHb. hji-t of American
.... JJii.i. rhl.ralnrea. Tha CnnirreM of the
UnlUid Slatashasadopted IMud It adorus the bepart-
eniaat a.hiiiun cu?. .. ... ,
... .,, .u. r. j 'j,. orle In tSe orlnt sbopa, tn
ItV.clty.t And to er'cry purcbf'r. s '"a'le
nr.Vant.aaaoon as he lakes hi. portrait. My Oifu are
iianoia,'vaicn-a. w. "T
llHI SlWer Watches, worlb eiarh BSO.
inn Rllaer WsWhes.worihesclraiu.
v ji.i.i.,1 into am. B'i and 1. Glfla
5) ertplea Clark's Commenury un tha whole Bible
wenncacn ,,. . .i
SSeopies HICK'S "o, . ;., r -ri
3ueojleeR.illlo'e Ancient History, Tols., worth
V"??. M.'. worth Meh.
3U CttUIOal r I'liaivu " a " - - - , .,
lOeopiesWalaoa'a O.aolntioas. each dolUrs. -S(1
eoples Campdres of th Ro-olotlon, aacb!
The remainder are aUndard worki; and - noi.e leM
than than one dollar. There Is hot a Bolilluus ooos
In tha lot. ' . A . . .' ' '"'llL.
Any one can see, met in.,",
... . Ti.nnuiu.ir., (nn, i', , , J w..u.
1 . T V . ' a II I..I
matter, will oe stricaiy. ana '"""'"' ""i'Jv """TT
If I succeed in Snlabtns tbe salea, 1 wtllonlfdra fea-
ra, m. time, .And re,nectfnlly .aolicit
.... ....!... of tha nuhllcl beeanaa I know, that
orary man, will rooelea more than ibe wemh of hia
"?"!. a. t..la.lSM13tf
P S Krery one haaewrtl.. an eqnsl rhaneo o stt
...l ... ,..it..a... Th nuinhra from I
one Ol toe preaaii., ---- .
to SOOO are aniared In a bosk kept by me. Tha pur;
i t . ... n.,t hi, own number, from
another bonk abown him, we at ence tnrn to llie rtft
book.and lhosrlfistandlns:opnoite hij inimnwt. Be
1 - . i.a n't,., .kauiiali a, Ba au thai Stria
anit before ihej purrbitt porlwH lha i i;(U
iraall mkaeelUMul!r uiito.1, froir, I 5 5mt0, crtint
DrfsctlyeinalchDC. . Ami nomutav rocetTleit
It a L. u.a...( .M.ItW.k 17 ft ft H Ail Onllnr.
TrrUall HI Hiudi 01 mo not T , . Asw-V "
Viieanlfonnatiily OSlee EVKKY r AY at
tending to nijprofeaalon.asherclofore. II. SCOTT.
Tv. TIIf.F.I.OW OFFICr la atbla Ot.O
I W Reaideuce.i.n Wheellnr Street, host Colnmhoi
9lreet. wheru be will attend u, all Ihe calla of nls pm
feaalon. Uueuajer, A nguet. Ir58 14tl
OTLEIBKN BOKTZER of the Town of, r.nrif.
the County or.Mauinniiin, iar o.
. Genimnv. la hereby notifled Ibat Job
Oorze Bortzerdld.nn Ihe Srat dny of Jhlf. A. I.
. .. . .. ., (..,.. r, al... ..r Ilia CMrM nftba
Conrt nf Coinmnn Pleaa. within and fur tbe Cosiiil
nf FalrSi-lil.and Slatenf O'iIo, rhiin'mr the aalo lot-
lelben Bortser with wllltnl anirnre ior mor ,o...
three yenralaat pa.t. ami aaauia; uiai ' ","r 7
TorceJ rromv eaain iTnueiin-n o..r.r. ........ .
tlilnn will srawd far brrna-the rTt trnl of sal
Court. UaUd ibiaSr-t'lav J"-a.. ' t
J(IH tat.l.lt'.r. ri'rv.r.ii, 'f
' BaJOriuPH. A.r,'HA,WVI,lj Atbra:e.
tanr'aster. Jul) S, rM--(!w lupt3 11 .
" , GTai ZBCisB &
ACOSVKSItSTKTORB KOOM ASt CELLAB)
on 11, a corner of Coluoilmaand Broad.StreeU.aeas
tneBeil Koad.ln Uncaatar. Willi '-.lo
U-rms. A..lylti.e JAYMiS F0P5DKV. ,
Lancaster, Anguaii. iM iu ..
-400K.AGF.MS1SEVERVPAHT OP THE tT
.1.1. u, ...... m it l, mbvilu'lna a areat and
eilemirs arii--tyof nf and rapid aellinc boots-tier
aids our :re liat of apleMlld suberrlpUoa hooka, we
publiehaad koepconalsnily oo band, a heaey aartr
inentofaiaalleraltrarlive l.ooka lor Pedlera. and the
lradef uerally.hi,leairood assortment of Stat'onr
era . we are prepared to oner eaira inoe""'T
Canvsasera audp.lra. Aflifreaa. encloalncaianip,
ngust J.ieSS 3mU Columbus Oblo. v
" Passed Aiitrnst 19. 1868. ..';
, .. All Ordioalic. . . , tt, ,
.Vaklncan Appropriation lr tho Uracil on of lie CKf
, , , . Hall Bulli'mt:.' . ". ""
CSErTfOTT I. aerfaiarw'se s,C(r Cawacfl ej
1 fsr Ct'fe ef iMtamur, That no apprtiprlatloa of
TFS THOUSAND IWI.UAHrV'ha. and the same Is
bereb appropriated fof lha pnrposo m creeling a
Clir Hall HiiTtiiie . ' ' " , i
fl hiaOrdinahce tosse eirect rrons ana arter e par
asre and loral publication.
I, I', ri-r I, nr. t-..
Wiuim VJliaointj riertt. w
Lancaater, ug.litM. I85 Iw 17 ; . -.T
OH TES;-. OH
CopCT'.fin an! Sheet-ironWarfe.
T.' .Vs.- UAftT .
rtASooned sSbopon Broadway. S doora eontn of
ha Market Hotwe. where he ia prepared to as-
cutjjsljorileralnbialluoolbuslneaa, . ar ''
TIS:WAREf " COPPERrWUsE :
AND' SHEET IRON-..WARE. .
In all theirforms, maiiufartareil to oruer, anq anrw
TrpAll waatlafto oaslrrste to a mild ellorateood
soil, and flno market, soaldrortisamont of Hammoa
ton Lands. , V: , i- - .
, i , - " "
a-raaaar HiStanlTOI FK.-A nawa-
1 j..ni,l u utaratnre.aad Asricnltare jilan
tettlnr forth full aceonnu of th. now aeUlsmsot of
Hammonion.UiNew jarsej.eanba aubaorlbed for at
lOnly SSOBBtsper josr. ' ' .;. ; a i . . , ..
i liVeloao Dostairo stamps for lha aiaount. Addresato
, , .- a...... i Kd lorotltie rarmer, nammonioo, " ,
Yntl hav thus decrease 1 VOUr nrOdUnerS , . ,. Th.wl.hln ahean land, of tha beat
.grtoam,,d,.im.t.,goo. by 1 1,000 i.OOO and increased your oon.um. K'-C
a advertisement of Hamtnon- ... V, , 1:1,. M,llT,rir; wnii hav diminished I ...7::.V:,r. Snt. Irt. Sja3mC0
rt. id ija-3mco
Fersilnnnol Oetis, t'ndertauer,, .
WOTRB reapeclfnlly Inform tho clllsena of tjin
caster snd FalrSeld Onnty. tbat bo baa .par
ehaaaaMhoHEHSK and FIXTUHbS or Mr. faryl
Herr.andls now proparen to raraian aj
COFFINS of all stlo. and
rHimtlrsnul. and will sKenil t.iji',
Hersetn r ly and uonninr. raj i-nw
taoatha North end .f.Col.imb...M.,,l would ra
spoctful.y .lclt. .bar. of .agjeroj... e.
Lsmueltr, July , lSSB-ittli!
constantly on hand for sale, si Ibe. loweal prljjesa Wr
emit or country produce, lie WiaJls nf ." "l1
eye raised un'l I'dllrated la
hopes by his -kill and simplM lo baslnees. to ni-rlfc
- .. it, I .,.M nt natronaffo. HO.naltea
hi. nld frlnada and ihe rwv nlo nf ihe crMinlrT phorslly;
to give him a calt sort asamioo fr lhea.Kos. ana
ulc,tc"a bltoaeif Ibulhia work shall merit ihati anilr.
apnn.batlon. , , . ' . ' ' . T . UABt.-,
LtSVY .& BLOCK.
SHEFFER BLOCK, . .