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CITY OF LOCASTEB..
ITcds'day Morning, Aug. 3, I8.3 ' Tilt CY3TAi Palace ExniBiTiyi,--Tlie New York Journal of Commerce contends that in nearly every department of industry represented in the Crystal Palace, the Uni ted Slatoa maqifcata aupcriurit'y over Groat Britain. " If Americans are excelled, It is in the fine arts and those which create luxuries to which arts comparatively little atten tion haa been given in America, hg yet. The rapid progress toward the coinplc. tiou of the exhibition is .aaid" to be truly ' gratifying. Everv day soma new, useful or tas'.eful object catches th eye, a;lJin; much to the fairy-like accna.. Tha workmen have now oeafy -completed the picture gallery. It will cotitata about ten thousand, squire feet of wall space available, for the display of pictures, every foot of wh ich is bespoken lor th purpose. A gallery four hundred and fifty feet long, appropriately lighted from the roof, and filled on both tides with pictures will be Something novel in stent, at least' - On- Tuesday, 2,041 single ticket were old, and 371 sowwn tic lists presented at the door. Receipt for lb day,- $1,003; The sum of 2C:73 wasjconlribotej to the Wash ington munaiaonf,' I ; ' " Awrot Tl'OM'V l ouhle Murder and Sui cut. It becomes our duty to record one of the most horrible tragedies that ever occur red in any city.. About' half-past two this (nomine, Joseph iStriulo was found with his I throat cut from eni to ear, near the rear of ine aianou iiuuae. a ue aiiirnt wa (jmcn, anJ on entering the frame house in the rear of the Marion, Henry'E. Strrible was discov ered weltering in bU blood, with a horrible jrash reaching from the centre of his fore head to the left ear; and Mrs. Strible, wife of Henry E.. Sable, with her head split open, dead, and lying on the floor, which was literary awnuininz in blond. 1 be lius- bitnd wa thought to bo dying. but inay poa- eio'y recover. ... - u . Jviseph Slnble and Henry K Mrible are brothers. - At a quarter past three the for mer was still in his sense, but uiuui to ar ticulate, on ' accutml of tho wound in his throat. He wrote on n slip of paper that his brother had ill-treated hiin;th.it he went to the hoiisn to kill him; struck him n blow (probably with nn axe, as onu was lounil on the floor, in the middle of tho room.) which aroused the wife, Wh seruamod for assist ance; wheretipou he killed her, to screen his crime until he could deprive himself of ex istonco. II then deliberately walkod out ofthohouse and cut his own throat.' The hubsnd and the murderer were both in tha hands of physicians, but it will be hardly possible for rither torecuver. The parties are Am ricrms from Balti more.. The brothers were tinsmith. -Attn California. CoORTRT PaFEM ASD THEIR Sl'PTORT. Every man siys an exchange, shonld patro nize his county paper. Them's our senti. meut. We go decidedly, for sustaining home interestn first. We often call upon men who do not take our paper, and bear from them, "I am taking too many paper now."- Such men beirin wrong LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Daguerrcolffpt Likentsses. On last Thurs day we cailed in tho dajusrraan rooms of Mr. McBridd, and pnasJ an agreeable hour in examining the numerous likenesses Thev i hanging arouuJ his room. We believe that COMMEKCIA INTELLIGENCE. patronize distant papers and H'avo me no nas ajmo oi me nnesi apocuneua mi home pt ess tu starve. Suppose this prin-, wnere to bo met with. They possess a nat ceple should ba carried out, applied to j ura)nesj aud a perfection of exjression at once striking. Every linament is complete- OCrTbe editor of the A thens. Dcraicrat,. " man ' wlio'haa'been "'every thing by turn and nothing long.gavo publicity a week or hogsheads. A few days ngo four hhds. were Tooscto rao.M I.mdi.via. Indiana ore fast rivalling Kentucky in the growth and culture of tobacco.' The 8'iloa of Indiana taunreo in the l.wisville market last season were between 7,0X0 and 8,000 two. since, to the gating articles of the yk and Tdegraph in .unawer to an article o' ours, and wound uu uilh an aiiath.'iiii.i a gilnst the editor or the Athens Massengnr, who retort as follow!- '"Now there atwavs has been and probv i lily will be as long as esrlh endures, a clasa of hnnet, wcll-dixposed men who sincerely I believe that it is the iutmlcr that kills; and this same class of men just ns honestly and sincerely believe that a sweeping assertion, put down with a sort of spWevM, in order to give it force and efl'ee.t, is perfectly con- j vjneing tho very quintessence f argu ment iteelf. Such appear to be the posi tion of ths editor of the Democrat, as wt-ll as the Englt and Tdegraph, (rom which ho copies lo establish (lie fa laity of tho charges preferred.". ; . ' Coi'RTEJLFEITEKS A RRIISTP.D.- Six llolorl- ons counterfeiters were recently arrested in Cincinnati, and forty thousand dollars conn tiTfcit money found ii, tlioir yosscssioii. One of them was M ilton Parker, on old ol. fender, pardoned out of the Ohio Peniten tiary ubout six weeks since by Gov.. Wood On his arrest ho, made no resistance; o quantity of counterfeit money in sheets, bu' uiisigned, was found on his person, to the ajimunt of several thousand dollars. The bills were on the Ohio Siuto Stuck, Miuru' Valley Bank of Dayton. , ' . " Msoks lit Vikcinia. At the recent an. imnl communication of the Grand Lodge ol Free Masons, hold in Itiilinioinl, thoro were li Virginia 120 Lodges, and D,8 10 member Tho Lodge receipt for tic previous year a looutit to C35.167 G(5; initialiona, 708; ad' milted by card, 101 ; deuths, 70 ( number of. brothers relieved, 80 1 number of wi. lowed families relieved, 89; uinntint paid for relief, 812,228 23; amount pi id fur the cduculiuii of orphans, $1,703 32. , Heavy IUkh Roiiber v, Tho Mechanics' iwul Traders' Bunk, in Jersey city, was en" tercd on Monday night, and robbed of SO,. 000. The thieve stolo tlia keys nt the cashier's liouso, with which they entered the bank and plundered the vault of the above amount In bills and specie. Sheriff Mar aeilrs left a bundle at tho bank on Monday, c'oiitnlning Ji,200, principally In notes of the North Rivet bonk, which tho thieves al. si cireiod o, ' y 1aw Kick in Tkoume This colebratetl showman was arrested in Meadvllle, Pa., few diiys ago, for erecting his tent on the IXamotid in that borough, without a license from the authorities. After a hearing of tho case it was decided to hold : Dan to hail rtr triul. To add to Dan's trouble, the al ligntur and one of his best monkeys died dur ing his atuy at Mcatlvillo. lUaiiiura in Texss. Gen. Sam Hous ton is addressing the people of Texas on the subject of railroad improvements in tha State, and contends that tho true policy tij- 1 e.xus is to concentrate all her rnergiri up on the great Pacific railway passing throupj, the State east and west; and when that road is built, the other necessary .roads will follow as a natural consequence. A MosftTF.H OraaiBus. Tiisl is about to be made in Paris ol a hugo omnibus, to hold fifty person, with a smoking saloon, gal lery, &c, to bo drawn by a aingle horse, on an iron way, at a moderate paco. The af. fair will not ho very titilik an Americnn railway car, and is Intended to truniport passengers from tho Darriere du Throne to that of IT.toilo for fifteen .centimes, about t'.rcjf eotj.. sold at prices ranging from 8 05 to $14 05 pr 100 lbs. :' 'C3"Dah Rice's fumoiis Hippodrome and Menagerie will visit our city on the 12th inst., and ol course will attract a crowd. Dan is rue of the best "clowns" travelling, and his big ronvaxs will cover a crowd. Li t tho lovers of fun be in attendance and take a laugh over Dam's inimitable drollery. Franxliu Monumkkt T.io Philadel phia A morican suggests that the project of tho erection of a monument over the gruv ol Franklin in th it city, bo committed l the management of the Philadelphia Typo graphical S'iciety.to whom, it says, the emit in the United Stutes might safely en trust thuir contributions with u -ecu li.lr nee that they would ba prope'ly mod. The re mains of Franklin at present repose in an obscuro corner of ChrUt Church grave y:ird, and have so little to in irk their rest ing place as to remh'r it d i In jult to bi! Ion no. A HuMAB Caniii.k. 'J'he (?liiuese Repos' itory tolls a very singular story of the pun ishment iullicteil on a Chinese criminitl. His nU'eiice, it seems, was tinpardonabli, and it was determined to links an example of him. Coiitiequonlly.he was wound round with cotton, s.ittiruteil with tallow, and hav ing bsen dipped till lit presented the sp penrance of a igiiniic candle, was stuck up on his father's grave, and lighted. Of course, tho poor fellow perished in slow tort ure. Was ever dovice heard of, ho com pletely diabulical. Sickness on Vsr.t.s. The birquo Man darin, which in-rived at Philadelphia on the IHili, was liuulod down stream on Tuesday, silo iuviug several persons .on board II of bili ius fi.'vor of un : umisuatly - dangerous character,'' Three of the ,crew died on the voyage.,.. A niht inspector after her ur srrivu! wn atlucknd with the disoase and died suddenly. : Severul persons uloni; the South wlnrves are rcportod to Uavo died of the buiiio disease, . (K5Mrj. F. Soiirle, o! tho United States army , died on the 10th lust., at the Blue Sulphur Spring, In Monroo county, Va. Tho immediate camo of death wis a sh it wound in tho lower region of tho spine, in juring the healthy action of the evacu iting organs, winch lid received in llio 1'lorida war. A Ri;roRTEn Massacre. Tho South western (Texas) A'nurie.aii suvs that n few days since n id in cinm from lloltoii from a- bout Phantou HUI, onil reported that t In) Indiana hud attuckod u p'n-iy of surveyors, and killed all hut one. Tliu report is not thought to bo sullicienlly uulhuuliualcd for beliel. OrThe Now Knglnml Society met at tho Ator House, in New York, on Monday, to mnke arrangoments to prepare to celo lirutu on the first of August, nt Plymoth. the cinlxirkation of Hie Pilgrims lit Delft Haven. It is expected that the New York ers will he largely represented there. New York I.miuation. The Legisla ture of Nuw York has passed a la v requir ing railway compuiiios to construct and niiiintiiii) fences along the line of railroads in that Statu. ' Also, a hill to severely pun ish persons placing obstructions on rail way Mimiwu t! .South A jm:rica. -A naviga tion and mining company, it is said, is a result! If the principle would produce bad results if carrk'd out, then it ought to be abandoned. Let us test it. Suppoae men refused to patronize their home mechanics tailors, abinet-makers, blacksmiths their merchants, traders, &e. It follows th it these men must quit th'if trades nr remove elsewhere. Tnis WO.lld depopulate our country tow in. Is that de sirable.' Cau any ono tell the difference in principle between this and the habit of sending off for distant papers! lint we are met with "I can get a paper cheaper in the city." Grunted. And you miht say the name to tha mechanic and trader, "We can buy your ware ond goods cheap er ia the city." And it might bo even cur ried . further.- Agricultural products are cheaper in the Westthun here. We admit the application of the principle is ni ra di fficult in'other branches lhanintbu newspa per line, yet the principle is tho same. The true principle of economy correct political economy is to have the consumer and producer ida by do. .. Bring tkt plujr, ' lixim.Vn anvil, and the printing pre" The farmers of close together. Kuep your money at homo. - - Brides your couutry paper alwny con tains local matters ol interest. Even its advertisement are of interest to you, os fur as they are connected with the social in terest to your, neighborhood. Every man who h is any feeling of prido about him, would dislike to have it said, there is no pa per in your county. Newspaper are the medium through' which place become known abroad. They are the sun cf the social system tin great centres of intelli gence, euih irradiating its respective small er world, and contributing to the enlighten ment of tho whole universe, and no commu nity cun lose by sustaining them. Shrewd business men know tb'w, and they judge of tho business and prosperity of u pluco by ,h.' appearance of itsnawtp ipors. GizETTs OrricE, Aogual'4. We quote wheat at 8084o." Other articlM unchang ed. .. . . Arrest of ak Old Counterfeiter. On Sarurdny afternoon, oflicer John Pierce re ceived u telegraphic dispatch from Hornclls villf , selling forth that a notorious count erfeiter was on his way thhhcr, for the pur pose of tuking an evening boat for the West, and giving u suuWcnt account of his dress und appoarunce to render his Identifi cation cusy. Taking officer Toles with him, Mr. Pierce proceeded to lay the neccs sary pipes for the arrest of the financial gnu-tli-inun, and ill duu lime he was discovered upon tho steamer Ocean. Tho officers kapt aloof for a while, to wutch his doings, and noticed, among other things, that he held frequent but u.ief conversation with a woman of rather attractive, appearance, .lust previous to the starting of the boat, our bravo frn'ds went on board, and addressed the individual und requested his private ear. He politely invited thoui to his room, where their olfidal character was made known, and a a urch of his person summarily inti tuled. This resulted in beciiring quite a quantity of spurious gold anil silver cum, as well as divers worthless ond altered bills. While the examination was going on. tho woman befuro mentioned como in, and in reply to tho question who owned the trunks and boxes there being, said thay belonged to her. Tho individual and their traps were con voyed to tho United States Hotel, and upon urriving there the officer demanded of the woman0 the keys to tho trunks, &c. She hesitated, colored, and evinced a good de gree of embarrassment, und finally stammer ed out something to the effect, that tho man had them in his pockst. "But," said Mr. Pierce, "I thought you owned the trunks?" "Well," said the m m, "tho fact is we were somewhat confused then bu they are mine." The keys were rendered up, and the trunks being opened, were found to con tain a siimplete : outfit ol - counterfeiting tools, moulds, dies, Ink, spurious money, altered bills, &c; ula some eighty IJ3 bills on the new Hank of Racine, which was un doubtedly obtuined for altering purposes. Tho quality and number of the articles prove tho possessor to bo an adept in his business. SuHieient evidence thus being adduced, the man was committed to jail, to which place his gentle partner was sent as an accomplice. Tho fellow gavo his namo as Horatio W. Soutlrwick, and say ho hails from Corn ing, lie is ubout six feet high, comely, well attired and of pleasant address. Tho wo man Is Hid wife of his son, who was arrest ed soino. time since in Pennsylvania, for pris-in:' a number of counterfeit g.'iO bills, j was bailed by his father and is now at largo. Thi? two hero were proceeding to Wiscon sin, where they intended to do a large buni liefss, as their outfit and arrangements prove. Thanks to ourshrewd and irresista bio ntliccrs, tho West is saved tho Infliction nf their nefarious doinns. If there are any uioro of thn Kumi) kind who desire lik! treatment let them come on. Willi John ly drawn, and life itself appears in the coun terpart. Mr. McBrido has succeeded in a voiding that gtifTuess and stcrnes? of coun tenance usually apparent in Daguerreotype portraits. Wo doubt uot h3 will find abun- daut encouragement.- His room i very finely situated and tho light admirably ar ranged to suit tho enl dj.-ired. You will find him in Guisey's building, Main Street, west sida of the II. V. Bank. ArresfrJ. On last Monday night, consta bles Ebright and Richards, arrested two men, somo two miles from this city ou the charge of horse-stealing. Their name are Nicholas Dreene and Jason Bell. They were placed in tho county jail for safe keep ing until their trial comes off, which will ba to-morrow afternoon. Ilunairityi While Mr. Stambaugh "and lady were takings ride on Tuesday after- noon in a buggy, the horse became iriguten ed and run nwoj, jregipitating Mr. S. frjm 'he buggy, but we are happy to learn thul no serious injury was done. A'ew Adv.:rtUemePts.Seo advertisement of Maximillian Gmni cautiouing the public against buying a note. See partition notice of J. D. &, C, D. Martin. See Philip Lnnge's advertisement of Piano for sale or rent. A Grart of Land Tho government of Nicaragua has made a grunt of land to S nor Marcoleta, lata Minister to the United States, wbcther as a' gratuity or in compen sation for arrears duo him, is not staled. itCfT.'io potatoa blight is said to have shown anequivocated symptoms of ilsap" pearanco in Hampshire, England. New l'oik Blaikct. New York, Au.l. P. M. Cotton I un changed. Sales of 11,500 brls Flour at S5.18 for Stuto, and 5,12 05,25 for Ohio. Tho market i buoyant. Fancy brands Southern range from 6,75 to 7,13. Wheat is firm and buoyant, with sales of 37,000 bush at 1,1731,18 for Red, and 1,30 1,31 for Western White, to arrive. Corn is firm, and prices tending upwards; sales of 40,000 bush at 73 3 75s for Mixed and Yellow. Whiskv continues in active de mand, and ha advanced to 2j2G for Ohio and Prison. Sales of 500 bbls Pork at 15,87 for Mess, and 13,00 for Prime, in dicating a slight decline this afternoon. Lira is easier, but no positive decline has been established. Beef is steady, ith sales of 250 bbls country mess at 8 to $10, and Chicago, repacked, $12 12,87. Cut meals are steady at C9c for Shoulders & Hams, in pickle. Molasses is dull at 28. Jc for Orleans. Coffee is steady, with sales of 850 bags at 9 to OJc for Rio, and 1 ljc for Java. Oils are belter, with sales of Linseed al 70c, and Lard at 8086c. Fairfield Couutr AcHcultnral Society. rilHE msmber nd tllothtr pnrioas who tml sn A interest in promoting th weli'r of tha Fiufmld Couutr Agricultural Kociaty, r rsipwtfully r- lueited to pay w me ireurwr ui miu ouvmij, ... m for memberihip without deliy, ia ord-r that tho oiTUera may be enabled to make the net-esaary pre-.. parationa for the ar to W Hold la Ot-iober nert. It i hoped that all will soe the oeeesaity of prompt ness. Tickoli will be prepared to hirniah members at time of payment. . For conviiiionce, piymnnti will be received at the stoiv of Messia. Ki.bir," Kutz & Co. J. C. Wbavkb, Scry. JOHN RED Ell, JVfil. July 13, 185 . IHAHRIED, Oa the 2ith inst., by the R;v. II. Will iurd.Mr. DAVID P. BIRD tu Mis ELIS ABETH YOUNG, of Madison township. Oo the 31st or July, by tha Rev. J. F. Reinmund, Mr. HENRY FAIIRKR of thi ciiy.toMiss ELLEN NEELY of Ruslicrock township. Dii-:i). v : " Tins morning at 5 o'clock FRANICyoung- est child of William and Nancy fcilude, aged 8 month. Cleveland Herald. Cincinnati Market. Cincinnati August 16 P. M. Fluur and Grain, the Flour market is steady at $4 I dersiqn"d, for good brands, with .sales or 135 bbls at that tigu e, but there . is not ranch demand for export. In Grain we notice sales of 100 bu Outs at 4 lie; 100 and 175 do do at 43c Corn is in good demand at 65c. The re ceipts of Flour during the last 24 hour comprised 2578 bbls. Provisions, we did not hear of any transactions to day worthy of notice. Oil, sales to-day of 25 bbls Lin seed from store at 69c cash; and 1 1 1 do do in lots at 70c cash. Tho market is firmer with some demand on speculation. Whisky, sales of 500 brls from river, and 22 do from W. W. Canal ot 20 jc; and 75 do from wag ons at 20jc-a farther advance with a good demand. Cheese, sales 150 bxs at 7c, and 125doat7c. The demand is good and prices buoyant. Tobacco, Sales of 25 box es No 1 Va. at 3537ic. Tho market is dull but prices ore firm. ' Brooms, sale of GO dozen extra fancy 2,50(32,60; 20 do good do ut 2,25; and 10 du common at 1,85. Tho stock and supply are light and the demand good. Sntrar, sales of 120 hhds common to prime at4jto5ic; 70 do fair at 4ijc; and 10 do at 5 Je. Thedeinund is active at-full prices. Molasses, a sale of 100 bblsat 23s. The market is dull. Coffee, a sale of 40 bagsat!3c- Tho demand is only moderate. JOSEPH IIOWKIX ft CO'9 I1IDK, KIP, OIL Sc LEATHER STORE No. 81, South Second St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Leather told nn Coromiiiino. frea of atorage, st 5 per cent, with no other charge. ol value ad vanced in rash on. receipt of Leather in Philadelphia, and accounts sent with balance nn lain of lamo. Leather being in great demand in Philadelphia, quick ales at remunerating prices miv be deoendnd upon. Bu-et Tanner's Oil.parbal., 31 gU'a Barrel $33, caah t aicuiia ivipa el.oo ' Dry do do 1,13 Ufrnce O W. Swan. Pret. State. Bk. Colum bin. ll.irbnrt Go'ear Tanner, tiuihvil'e. r'airfiled Co. G d 'ard S Kaatinan, Zanesvillo; Stone & Cochran, ruerchanta, ewark. Communication! adlroissd to the above Grin will m.vit with prompt attention. O . w. I . . .. ..I ... ' 4 Si , fa1i1wIsaleT THE Executivo rommittne of the Fairfield County Agricultural Society will receive proros tionj for tho Kann North of Lancaster, on Saturday the tit h of A usual. For inlormation as to term i, and qiu.ity ol land reserved lorliut grounds, enquire ol the un- 3ou--u. .win, iijuin, ria. J. C. WnAvien, Sec'y. July 2V, m. ,. ...... WANTED, IN Ditibt:;o. 7, l'leant toiradiip, FirfnlJ couaty, Ohiu.a sciol tuitiiir .hii coiu.i'ent Hi loach a!l Hi liijhar bi'anihm of an Km ;liau K lu cation A g d lHi;hir en fin.l enilnymir lor ten in mthi in a y.nr at a g.tod uUry. lut'irin ttiun can bu hjj by aJJnm.ii ; l.i i no I n ii'iod, at Lin:atur, O.m. J J.l x .V. t'iin'B.H, J).Mct clcrlt. bout to he organized in New Vork, for tho 1 1'iorco, Uenj. Toles, or any of our ntlicers at piirposu of navigating tho llio do la I'ltila his heels, a man, likd Cupt. Scott's coon, and ils coiilliionts, unit working tho mines j might as well give in ut once. llitjfah l..c of Bolivia, Peru, and portions of tho Argen- hit;... ' tine Rfpoblio. Attkmptto AssasminatiTa Mau'istrate. VV. & M. RAif.ttoAn. Tli'-ro nro now 'Vt'sterday .between two anil three o'clock, only 3J miles ofsttiging oil this route, and , a linrmuti named I,:imbertiis Vos It amp en it is gradually lessoning. Tim Mud ii in t red llio u'S.:e of Jmtico IIcMseiiHiueller, very linn ciinditioii, and tho running time : and after s n lew minules conversation ifoml. When completed;' travelers may a- on business, Voskamp drew a double bar- . . . . . '.. .' .... : I - . I Mil .1,.,.,! un 11 nn. void me stoamoonl lino uoiwcen v nnniig- rei pisioi, nuying,.; nw inn ;, lireutiie nun passing uif iiio n . n. b..jhi. i . I .. t. - .. .. I ... ! . I. Mr. II. rose ana oievuteu ins cuair, uuu un Another (ircnt Cure of llspcpsia. njAitonisldii(ucci' of tho Oxygenated Oitters' NKIV UA'VEX, iVoncniier'iS, let. Mctsrt. Ileal, U ttci & Austin, Wj iWciiie.i, I lool thatuo a inseuf pride, or delicacy, should dctur mo from axurossi.ig publi.'ly, iny grotilulo, for tha as tiuii.ihiiij5 power andVlhcary of your Oxygonated Uilicrs, iu ri storing uia to lu'jlth, after aiitfarliig iiinrelhanaix ye . Irani Dyp"pjii,anl I Ivor com plaii.t.iluvin which time, I hid tho boat mudical ad vicj, with nu boiiofit Mcept temporary relief. Somethruu yiars ago, ipv so bncams more hope" lou, from an attack of ili.i rrli in which confinod mo to my bud for olglit woiiks, c lining great prostration of tho wliolo aydi'in. I o!,tained a little relief, but the diiirrhica coalii uod,aml t-ie coiiit,int pnin and suf luiing I onJuied, can hardly lu doicribud; tho most diiUcnto (nod di.lroasuJ mn. rau.iing scvoro headache, lUtuln;y, am' activity ofthe ituinach; my apirits too, at thana, wero soihtprrksfd lioin tlie diseaso, tb.it I folt as If nothing could ovuriinko mn cheerful agiln; even tho singing of Lirdx, and music, ofwhlih I waa always so fond, luud.'d only to fill my soulwilh sadness, and ror.djr my spirit inoro gloomy and do. prt'sned. About two inoiilhsagn, I wassn much n!ducnj,that I could cat scarcely any food whatevur, and waa obliged to takuiny bed, in diipair of ever getting any buttur, and fooling that my ilisoaso wasboyond the power of Modioino. Atthis time I r.ia I somo of tho cnrtilicatoa ol'romtl kablu cnres,by the Ox genat' od Uittors, and obtained a boltlo f the inDilicino.--llowuver BiirpriHlug, it 1.1 iievcithnloiia trun, that I wai aim t iinin idintoly rulioved of over symptom of my vjriou.1 cmnplaiats, anJ gained so rapidly, that I kh a won .lor to al who know mo, after uaing four or fivu botllos ol the modiciiio. lam now in bolter huallli than I liavo enjoyed fur many ynar.i, anil allrluiitD my maturation, by tho grace ol (iud, to your Invaluable mediclnn. piicoinuiend to a'l who suitor fnun any similar cum lainis, to try this wondiirful roimtdy. , Knspectfully ynurs, A'ii. 2.I Fair Street. MAIIY HANOVEB. UKKl) AUSTIN ft, CO., Wholnsaie Druggiats, No, 'lli, Mi'ivhunta' ituw, llosion. liiumal Agents, I fi'ii.e l per beitll.. nix Imlll lor $V July -M. Nld by KAUKFMAN & Co., Lancaster. Dnsiucss Notice. I have this day disposed of the Gazette establish nnrt to Tiiomvs S Slaooiitch, Eg.. All those in debted to mo for Subscription, Advertising or Job Work, aro respectfully solicited to settle without de lay. Until the first of August next,' subscription ac counts au be psid at the rate oftwo dollars per year. After that time, I will be compelled to co'loct at s heavy expense and shall necessarily be under the neeeaity ol charging the highest terms. I give sni pie timo, however, for a settlement, and would much prefer that those Indebtod would pay their accounts undr the first olTr. GEOltOE WtCAVER, May 6, 1853. N. II. In my absnneo, accounts can ba settled at tha office. AX OKDI.NANCE For the suppression of Houses of Tipliiig and Inlom- pnranTO. Kko. 1. floitordilnod bv the Tnntoei of Rich land towmhip, in the county of Fsirfi jltl, and State ot unto thut voiii. and allortne taklnz ullocl nl tils or- hiiinco, no person or persons, sha'i no al owod to ifll, 'nrtur, or give away snv spirituous vinous, oi n ilt liiiunrt within said towmliip, except for Medici tiatl. Mii:lnni"al. or Sacrsnvnfal purposes. Brc. 3 If any peraou or persons sliall sell, birtnr. orgivo awav any S)U'ituou, vinous, or malt liquors, within aakiruwnaiunx opi lor nn purpne.i siociiioa in tho lirst ioction ol this or :innce, he, she, or they, glial' he doomed guilty of kmiping a house ot tippling and intemperance; and shall, on conviction thereof, before an v Justice of the I'eaco or court haviiiit Jur isdiction, ho lined for tha lirst oll'.inco lh soin often dnlars, and the costs of prosecution; sod on fai'iiro to pay ssiil fin and costs, ho, she, or tli.'V, shall ho imprisoned in the jail ol die county for the torm of t,Mi days; and for llio second snd ovtry auhsntinnt ntrenco,ha, she, or they, nn conviction thereof, shall he fined no in jro than titty, ur loss th n twenty dol lars, including costs of proaccii:ion, an I bo imprison nd in Ihi sil of the county not ins t'isu litten nor mora Hunt wont y days, at tin! discretion ofthe court. Sko. 3. This ordinanco shall take utToct and he in forco from and aftur the 25th day of June A. 1). 1833. PawiEI. li lKKH f J.icoa HaaKH Trustees. Jamrs 1'nicst j Attest Milton IIakkii, Clerk of Richland town ship. July 21, 1S53 4 4t Francis Myerb Estate. NOTICE isherehy. given that the subscriber has b.ion appointed and qualified as executor of tho Ks ate of Francis Mvnrs. late of Fairfield County. n-Ti-aaeu, uaiuii ai LAncasier uiin vin oav or juiy, 1U-.1 M inn a fi tivruj r.xocutor of Francis Mvkrs, Deed. 3w. Ohio. four dnorsWttt of the Hacking Vallcu Hank. Where trash Uread, Husks, laLoa, ana Lrackors CITY BiKEltY, NO.. 1. rIXK h. BISir, Main tlreet, Lancaster, VVImi bo hid everv dav. We have employed the very best workmen In our line of business and will soil at wholdsalo and retail at tho lowest priest. wesre anicrminen lo mve cnnerai saosiaciion. All orders from the city or countv for Uread; cakesi sods, butter, water and Boston crackers, will be promptly luted. Give us a call. I,incater ju'v til. iooj. tinn. k.jiu. N H. Wo also keen on hand a cnnoral assortment of FAMILY OUOCKRIKS, which will be sold st the lowest rates. uxh. s cisn Dissolution. rrtHE undersicned copartners, heretofore doing bu I sin as under thi name and firm of Giam snd llran.lt. is this dav dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be continued. By ftiaxuniuan uiitna.wno will settle tho books ol tuo o'.i urm. GIAM4 BRANDT. Lancaster, July 14, 1833. 10-im. DAN RICE'S ' " ' ' ".' ' '';, UIPPOURO.TIE A1D MEYAGEIIIE The most Stupendous Concern in the World, . Will ffiva two Exhibitions at jsiricaster oh' trid'iv. Anawst 1214., . . ' After mnst arduous labor and an ennrmnna nuflat4 Mr. Hu e has succeeded in thoroushlr omauizlna- this extensive establishment on a scale of unparalleled magniiii'ence, ana anticipaiing an increase ot parron sgo, olfera his friends, instead of the ordinal y Circus .' A Hippodrome and Mcnaircrie. The former combinins; ill tho best features of tha uircus ana uymnasium, Vocal anal Tarpsichoreaa enter'simnnnta, military school of the manage by inn irn luce, ara uie gnaieat aiuast norsea and po mes in ths worhl, and (lie latter a MaguUIccut Collection, of Animals and Birds, '., ' " Native and forelzn. con.tstW r,r T.'.J.. t: Tier Cats, Panthers, Wolves, Black and Grizzly ."! "- ".'" rgw one ever teen tlna aide ofthe Rocky- Mountain.,) Ostrich., Won keys, Ourang-Outangs; the remarkable Lvsus Na tuhass, known s the ' . wild boy or CEVr.OV v .... . Tha"ltappg Family'! and oneof ths most extra or' uio.ry ones ever collected, numherins; ever ONK THOUSAND BEA2STS AND Rtnns Native and Foreign, living together In perfect har mony; the celebrated Braham Cattle, and TWO l.IVt Alil-IUA TOlis, from 9 to 13 feet in long h. In addition to these and many other attractions la tills part of the establishment Tho Renowned Chinese Family,' Consisting of five prions, including the Boysl Prin cess Ptmn Yelio, the most beautiful creatuie of her high class who ever escaped from the l"VIil.l Km. pire, her Toet being only two and a half inches in lengin, will appear and give concerts, both vocal and instrumental, uaing their native iustrunieats c MAXIMILIAN GIANI, WHOLESALE snd retail dealer in Groceries and Provisions, Koroign and Domestic Liquota and importer ol Ucrinan wine. Main street, Lancaster, Ohio. 10-ly. WANTED, A smart. Inlclliient vounz man. who can read and 1 write and has some knowledge in the retail gro cery trade. MAAljHUIArl ulAtNI. uiirastur, juiy inn isoj. iu-im. Another lliilliiuit Tiiumpli ol Dr. H. A. Weaver's Meiliciiies. , Cirt oj Uleeruttd Sort l.imlu on a,t Oil Qentlt wi.ji 71 yeT. qfge, who hud suffered w'.th them 21 e irs, and luul been treated in the beat Kiglith Jltispitati, witlout any relief. Thr.K Milo Bay, JelTorson Co., N. V., Tub, 9 l&VL Mnsirs. M A. Wkavkh Sl Co tinntlemon: 1 have been atllicted lor tliu lait M years with a very bad ad'.iction ofthe skin, an 1 have In I sevontonn riiiniing Ituw To . Pah 'JliBOidi Fhokf.. In the rourse of on inquest In London Inlcly., Mr. Wililey, the ciroiier, observed that it would be well to arualnt the public with thn fact tlrat 11 persons in a house on. fire hud the presence of wind to apply damp rlolli r lundkercliief to their mouth snd nostrils, they could efToct pusage through tho densest smoke; but the shurest way would be to envelop the head and face completely iinho dump cloth. . " , f " '.. Si M.TuBriKE.-.Mr. John Sheridan of fiumeVscifi thesuccctsfulliddrr for com.' pkti'ag the unfinihd porilon, of tlmZaues .ville and Moytrllle Turnpiko between ' Roshvlllc and Somerset. Its eomplotion '( will to" hailed with pleasure all ulong the road. ' . soros on my log at oua thn.', and have boon for the it (Ualt so efl'octivo a blow upon tho head of i past year umblotu leave my bouao lor the most part Voikiimp, as to prevent his taking ellective j of tho thai. 1 luvo mod all llio romodiea that I . '. . . i , I .1... 1... II ..r lit p . . i ,i . , . . :i i i ailll Willi tllO Bnconil tiarrei, liiu unti ui ( coum n.iar oi, ana an lo no p.iruoae uniti iimi-iiou ton and Charleston A Hadou of .Mii tsi.r.s. The packet ship CoiHtellutiun, arrived at New Vurk, on Tucsduy morning, briitjfinj right hundred und nineteen pasrtonocrs in tho tsl-r.iro. ...hi,.., ,vatnHO .lUchunrcd. barely niissinii : from your sgmts Me.vrs. Kohuyler, Putn.nu & Co, r u ..... ... .1 ......... ..I.. ..i m . . ...I ... 1. 1 " . . ' . - - . . - . in-, ...., ii.i a. n Ui ,y ...,r.. ,v itltl.J0,l victim. Immeilinte'y upon that Weaver's Syrup was rocoinueudod Tor my com- mmxtsnn WirJ ot one. lime. disctiurifili" tho secomi barrel, Voskiimp ran .Uint. Iai lint did not think it worth while to give Uuwovissi. TllO president of the liar- down Water Street, but was pursued Olid l sny attention, but having hada circular placed In; risen county (Vn.) court was lately, burned captured. in efli'y al llliii ksburoh, bemuse he gave I Voskanip is a native of Hanover, and has thn vimiing voto ai;aiiisl I bu .issuing of; liereloforo employed Mr. llesseninuellHr as licenses for llui sale of liiiiors. nil aj;oiit : or correflpondent realtive to some NBnAKATr.HHiT..iir.-ll U staled that Pr"Pury ll'n ki.-."l"'n- V-'i ";"'"'" n T..I......I Ki.,.i.il..r.. ..... .... ..i is '. I. :. ooiiversulion is so incoherent as to induce . '" U1" " "l ' " "'" .1....1... ... i.:. ...n;i rv,. 'JVim li ma- uiiiiuia ua ,u in. ...iiii. - - cntt. II. G. Fnrrcli's Celebrated Arnbinn I.in iinrut. Tho fol'owlng istrom tho principal accountant of he woalthyand highly rnspnciatiie house nl .Messrs Voris & tiro., ol that citv, snd presents ONE OK Til R MOST WONDKRr'ULCL'llfcs IN THE AN Wl.St ol'nicdicsl hiitov: Mr. II. G. Karrell Dear Sir: Actuatod hy a sense of gratefulness, I submit the following as an instance of the utility of your great mndicine. My child, three years old, wss suddenly attacked with a torrib'e disease, which hi loss than six hours prostrated it to 1 shall j total nulpiussu'ws. 1 Hums oocame so vigiu msi 11(11 BJOIIII CUUIIl Ut Ul'lll. IIIM lll'-ll IUIIIUU UI.IN .1111 co'd andeuiirtdyd'.'priviMl ol" fueling: tho eyes fixed, partially closnd an I altogether blind, following thia wss d.iaiuess to a I sounds; the spine became contract ed and so curved that when lying on ita back the huad and boidsoiily ton -li'id. Indeed, tho child pre sented every appearance ol being dead. Immediately nn the attacK, the family physician was called in, and lor three weeks lie labored to r.istoro it to f.ieling, but nil in Vrfiti, slthoiigh it was blistered a doenliinos and various iubefaci,..nt l.itiiinents applied. A con. sultati m of physicians was lhin held, but to nn pur peso, the esse wrs then brought befove tho Medical Socintv, hut nothing could be sug estod which had nut already bo'n doiio. and th doctor then told me ho could do nothing more. We then coinmonccdap plying your Liniin.uit freely ovor tho entire length of the spine, and you may Imagine a parent's joe, whon after a low applications, returning animation wassp. parent, and it rapidl y recovered with tho excepton ofthe sight, which did not bocom.s perfect for near a mouth. Tho child Is now hoalthy and robust as can hn. Kiveolharcases of thessmo kind occurred pre viously in in' nnighbnrhood, all of which died, when thero U no doubt if our I.iniuiuiit had been used thy wou'd have rocovored. l'ioris, March Ut, 1B51. UENIIY G. CLELAND. 1853 , .HS 1853 mrniiY, iiut.'Hcs & co., - FOBWAEBHC AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS AKO XlKALKBt I Salt, Fish, Plnster, und Wntcr Lime, CLEVELAND. OHIO. T inr.ll ALCash and advanres made on consignment Li orproperti ,tor sale in this or eastorn markets Proprietors Wcst.Trans. I.lnc, Ohio Cnnal aoknts ron NEW-YOBK AND EKIE RAILROAD, For freiifht or passage, anplv to 1. II. iMOOIllJ, No. i Corf andt at., r'ew Yeik. WoftcrnTrsaipariatioii Company, Erie Canal, Via. UuuVo,Notv Vork andOjwogn Line.via. Oswego. ieoPuip.rnus anh auknti. R CS C'HASK.tCU.. AMi ny. New York. S Mi:ri. MOIKIAN. noll'ilci. New York, J. .VI DYfiKRT JkCO., Oswego; Now York. .1. If. WII.OUiS. .... i , v v A.Q.STIHBINS. "-..B'-olsl.NaY. 1'. It IIL'RKK. !'l Slate st.. B .atiin, M i. ' S. ELAN NAG N.(:l.J S.,mli Whnrve. I'hil. JAMK C. EVANS. Ship Cunnl, Unirulo. . (Jrilliih's Western Line, , propkt:tors and aocnts. Kvah (iiurviTH.No. 33 rocntlsSlip(up stsirs)!f.Y. Vi.S To.vi.k, corner l!i er & Stato ats.Trnv. N.Y J. M Gnirrrrti & co., Long Wharf and Ship canal, Buffalo. Iti'fer to Merchants gonoral y. April 26 FAIRFIELD CO. CLOTHING STORE. GEORGE II. SiHITn, VT his old stand on main street, between Robert Kut.'a store and John Lynns, has just received and opened a new and well ai lected STOCK OK STRING AND SUMMER GOODS, It embraces the vnrv best of black and Dine French and Kiuliih cloths and cassimeres, which will be sold low and made to order in the latest styles and by the best of workmon. Also, a beautiful variety of FANCY CASSIMKRKS AND VF.STING3, Which have been aolected with groat cave, from tho latest and most tosluonable pitterns, ana cannot lall to p'ease. CLOTHING FOR MI'.N AND BOV3, Made up in the best msnr.er and embracing a large variety, always on hand. In ailditinn.'he has on hand tho best of black satin and silk Voctings, and a large variety of hosiory, sus penders, handkerchiefs, cravat' and in a word all ths articles ususlly kept at such an establishment. His long experience in the business enables him to purchase Ihe best, of Goods and Clothing at the low est rates, so thai he ia enabled to give his customers as good bargains as can bo obtxined elsewhere; and he would assure tha public that he is not to be beaton eithor iu tho quality of his goods, the style of the WOllc 01' llio price Dy any oiner esiauusiinieni. CALL AND SKE. Tim old customers of the establishment and all others who mav f or him with a call, will find him willing to do just as he says, and his goods ot the kind rocoinmended. nylleme niber thi Vlartforjlnt Coon's onrf rood Bargnins. UKOUQR It. SMITH. Lancaster, April 8, 1853 A Monkey nnd Pony Performance Will be given st each exhibition, and MR. FRANK HAMILTON, the Lion Tamer, will enter the rage of the large and beautiful Brazilian Tiger; ho will alas perform his KKROCIOUS CAMFORN'A BEAR. Qen. Jackson, in the circle, to the wonder and as tonishment of all; he will also enter. the, csgea of sev- eral other ferocious Animals. Persona can visit the Menagerie without Visiting' the Hippodrome. Price to both ia only Fifty Cento. ' Children al d servsnts halt price. The newly designed and magnificent Pavilion la capable ol seating five thousand persons comfortably. ' C. H. CASTLE, Agent. ' This company will exhihitat Baltimore on Thurs day, August llth, Winchester Saturday August 13th. THE LAST NOTICE. . AFTKR the first day of August, I shall chargo two' dnllara and fifty cents lor each years subscrip tion of the Gazette due me, and shall expect imme diate payment It is absolutely necessary that the accoutts ofthe oltioe, whilis under my charge, should be settled. G1CO. WKAVKR. July 14, 1H33. , .- ki&uoyaIk DOCTOR B&R3TLER has removed Ida Offlcsto illh, near Wheeling street, and near his dwel ling. 10-8w. COLDMBITSIAND HOCKIVO VALLEY RAIL liOAI) COMPANY. Books of subscription to tha capital atnek of tho Columbus and Hoiking Valley Railroad Company, will be opened as follows, viz: At theKxchangn Bank of Columbua. at Columbus, under the direction of Win Dennison, jr , August 15, proximo. AtthuTallmai'gr. House, Lancaster, under tlie di rection of Charles Borland, August 16, proximo. At tne American House, Logan, under tne dU'ection of John Borland, August 17, proximo. At mo iniiector s uinco, neisonvuie, unuer ins direction of J. VV. Fulton, August 18, proximo. At the Auditor'! Office, Athens, under tha direc tion of E. 11. Moore, August 19, proximo. ai I'arr a Hotel, utnopoiis, unuer tne direction oi Daniel Crumley and Dr. G. E. Kele, August 16, proximo. At iv inchestor. under the direction of Wm. Frvo. and Samuel Bar Hit, August 16, pinximo. w. dennison, j., U. liUKiiAriu, , . ; ' J. BORLAND, J. W. FCLTO&, ' . E. H. MOORE, July 11, 1SC3. Corporators. City papers please copy till Angust 15. . (rOn tho lBth Inst., the .WliiBi of Clin, ton county will meet t Wilmington to pu"t In nomifittiun candidates to bo voted for st the "ensuing October election. All right' 'keep the b!l,ln.rootlon! , . ' ' Wjdk AwiiB.--Th Whijs of Senecs ' county will meet in Convention In Tiffin, on . t!w 13th Amjust.toUQiniimlo a county tick, ft. JT4 Whlgj of Sonscavore wiile swake oes BI. TrUtonr of Jlobile, Ala., our consul t Australia, will leave New York 'In lbs new stestneilp Goldeu Age en the 24iU of Angurt. . ' . . . t,i .... Oliwort it , is unoiii lotiiiie measures to pre vent siiuultors bt:tilintr i, n,j4 PW lern;0. ' fcTThe total lenpth uLthe Mobile am Ohio Ilsil'Uftil. lr.uu the nty 0 MnbiU to' the junction of toe. Ohio tiud Mississippi, will ba 4'J I miles. . , (ttrThe-Miilne law la sablto work well In rturlinfjion, Vt. A imii who lutely g-ive I bosiiti'ul JVir.l'tit't of ih ' Sun, Cloth xt with all the pay if 110 to sell lb (t!rRufu4 Porter,' Of fltUhir-sllin noto- ; brilli.nt snd merer fai.llnt beauties which the coin- riety, is said to- b.iva iu projrfss an ae-; binot piwers ot Nature and Art can prnducV, ii not mni.ri l.v maan. of -ubi.-k b.i niiriiiuiin i call at the Pavilion and have yoiil Likenesses tsk- - -r - -' J t - r r i carry a load ot pamcngors liom v auhlti j Ion to tho World.s fair.; ,...,. my hands, I at length came to tho conclusion that It could do ir-o no harm, If It did no good. Al this time my leg was a coniplnte sore from iny ankle to the tip of the calf of the leg. I have now taken two and a half bottles of your Syrup: used one small box of Cerate, and iny log ia now all healed up, and is sound and well, lam now 71 yoara of age, and had givon ii i all hopes of ever being cured. 1 have been in tho best Kngliah Hospitals and have tried overy means thai human Ingenuity could Invent, but without any ; favorable result until this time. j I havo folt it a duty that I owe to you and to tho public, that these facts should become known, tlt . ,, i . m i .....i - :i . i take plen In anue.m-infl.to j vm wlu' "" au'ivosoi our moi'.iciuc. c""ollj " muu-., hw facts above stated, you are at liberty to refer to any these truth and IiAGKKKUUOTYPR Hky-M'-lit 1'nvilioii. Ct.SON CO ine cinxens in i.am'ns rr ann uimiimmiE . c inn ry inu nil I ig locaieu inoir iagumreoivpe ra- ii.,... .... .-...I. . Ill .k. N'-,k I . ..I' ,l. Ik.iKliA M.1,111... ... .''... - .. . .. .- liquor to a wo.on, mkinS her . tip.y, hud to ; M,y bVS of ..'t 'tWo j "r -W-borsia thi. p-.ce.or - . Ulb iU 1 " .' , who wl.h to obtain these Mlsstfr AwPMrrt: these siaiomenis, anuaiw as 10 my t...u .o. Amothep. STRtttE.-The journeymen house carpenters of New York aro on a strike be cause thvirinployor desire to reduce their wages from t!2 to 91 75 per-dny. - - OiT Po'.atoea ara In demand ai Liuisv.lla for shipment South, at 92 a $J SO per bar. rcl. Tito erop ia Kentucky, it is auiJ, will b short. .; , - . .., ..,,,',;., ... , fjlohn Crostell, a returned Catifornlnn waa robbed of 8160 in gold, in New Vr)t on MofldRjr in liousejf bad repuW. A - . en while Life, health snd onoorhinltv admit, lisv ingjuit arrived from New Yolk and Philadelphia and having visited all the Kastern cities, they are pro pared with all ths latest Improvements to rake Like njsass of a stylosad ilrhnoss of execution not infer! or to any avor takon west of Now Yor oil Vi nj far superior to any ever taken in Southern Ohio. Aa they hsvo all tho latest diaroveriea in tha Art.thoy can asf.ily isy they det'v eoinpetliion. Pictures taken nt' various sizes, also views nf Ruildlngs, Landscapes and Scenery, roppios taken of Daguerreotype Paint ings and Sculpture Likenesses of children taken in fiir weather, botween the hours of 10 o'clock A M. snd I P. M. ' - ' T7'PIctn,raslow na tt,85. ' , . N. B. Post Mortem cmcs attended toon short no. tie anl at fair orlrea. lnatmctiona carefullv arivena in tha Art and .pparatus ftirnlahad of tha latest stylal toetodioua to moatton." cnrewonibie terms. .Aug. 4-1851. 1 Uncsster, May S9,18l, veraclty, 1 ara gentlemen, very truly, yours, WILLIAM BARBF.R, Sen. . We eortify that w sold the medicine to Mr. Wm. Barber, known as Dr. Weaver's Syrnp and Cerate, and that his statomauts in regard to his condition and cure, are true in every respect, and lso that ha iaa respectable and worth citizen, and entitled to credit far any statement that he may make. SCltUYLKH, PUTN AM CO., Merchants I. N. Harris I Co., Cincinnati, gonnral agenla for tho South and West, Ko'd in Lancaster, wholesale and retail by tCaulluiau fc Co., and by druggists generally in the btate. " . T7oW TIIENI jr ATEs'rnlRAtollmiHie'flrAise. haa ot a fresh VT supply of ovary description of goods in his Una A HARD LUMP ON A HOUSE'S BRIO AST. Mr II. 0 Karrell: I have used your Arabian Liniment with gratification in :soveral cases, the most reinaikablsol'wliich was a Urge lump that ap peared on my horse's breast. It was vory hard, ap pearing to bollard grist'e. Itromalned for nearly a yoir, when I applied your Linimout, one bottle of which eutii'iily cured it. I cau roeommi'iid it as tho best Linim-nt I "vor used. JOHN CRAWL. Peoria, Fob. W!h, lh 16. LOOKOUT FOR COUNTERFEITS! The public ara cautioned against another counter fait, which haa lately made its appearance, called IK. Ii Farrell'a Arabian Liniment tho most dangerous of all the countnrleits, because his having the name of Farrull, many will buy in good faith, wiihnut tho knowledge that a counterfoil exists, and they will per haps only discovortheir error when the spurious mix ture lias wrniignt us cvuenects. Tho genuine article la manulactureu only oy Jl. u. Farrell, ante inventor and proprietor, and wholesale drutruist. No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom alt app'irations for Agnncios must ba addressed. Be sure you gel it wilhthe letters II. O. before I'srroll's, thus 11. Ii. FARHELL'S and his signature on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits. 8oid by . KAUFFMAN ft eo., Lancaster, and by regu'arty authorized agents throughout the U nited States. Price 'Ifi and 50 cents, aud l t bottle. AUKNTS WANTED in every town, village and ham'et in the United States, iu which one Is not al ready established. Address H. O. Farrull as above, accompanied with good refereuca aa to charactor.ro sponsibiiity.etc. . . April 38 lm6t Thnn.sn.ls of Barents who usa Ver mifuge composod of caator oil, calomel, etc... ara not aware that wniie iney appear i u-u"i. ". they are actually laying tho foundation for a se. ries of diseaae, loas ot sight, weaKneas oi .ic. In another oolutnn will bo found tho advertiaement r Uniu.n...!.'. Mailli-lnus. to which wo ask tho atten tion of all directly interested ia their own as well as ,i..i, .k,i.iv.ni. kuiili. In liver coraD'ainta and all disorders arising from those of a bilious typo, should make use of tha only genuine medicine, llobeusack's I i. phi. ' JJ"'BsoI deceived? but ask for Hob nsack'a Worm Syi-uo and I.lvnr Pills, and observe that each haa ths signature of the propriotor, I N. Hoboosack, aa nona else are genuine. jy. x. trfwi - THE OLD SLOW nud EASY FOUNDRY. Messrs. Clnrke, WrigUt V Co., HAVE ,'aken, for a term of years, the Foundry owned bv John Arney, Esq., situate upon Co lumbus and ilrnad Streets, in the city of Lancaster, where they arc determined to be on hand with all such articles in their line, as the country requires. COAL, WOOD, COOKING AND PARLOUR STOVES, BVry stM ILL GEARING, MACHINE ssssSLaaaaCASr.Vnc? AND PLOUGHS, ol various patterns, warranted a superior srlli le, togeth er with all miner articles in tho Foundry line. . CL A KICK'S Cornstalk nnd Straw Cutter, An article superior to sll othora of tha kind in the country, and one to which we invite the special at tention of tho Farmer. Thia machlno for cutting shock corn for high focdieg or fattening atock, will savo from 30 to 40 per cent. Cord Fodder, whon cut, Is nearly or quite equal to hay for feeding either cat tle or horses, making an aero of well aaved corn fod der worth two acres of the- best grown hay in Ohio. They aro calculated for either hand orhorao power. Wo are also preparing to furnish to order MeCORMICK'S REAPER AND GRASS CUT TER AND MOORE'S WHEAT DRILL. ' Farmers give us a call. Everybody give us a call, .w.A knonnrniiul, and waroe.our plouiths and shares. mi will trv in turn to buy jour corn, your wheat. your flour, your meat, your hay, your oats, your rag bank notes, or aught you may desire to spare, of broken pots and other ware, n e mereiora na ve tne highest hope, without designing any joke, that you will-give a liberal share or, 'patronage to us who are determinOU IO no ousinnnn on uib most iiDerai lerms. L.L A nr. ri. WIUUilT ci CO. Lancaster, February 10, 1863 40 , . NOTICE. A t my instance an attachment was this day issued f by Jacob Fmblrh, Esq , an acting Justice of tne raace oi iiocsing lownsnip, rairnnm county, Ohio, aitalnst the property snd eflWs of Aaron Hies- tand, a non resident of said county1, for the sum of This 6th day of July, A. D. 1863. O. MARTIN, ICEAL. HEAD OF IIAIB. J. W. COLLIER, (l.ATK . OF reiLADKLrHIA.) Venttletinfr sVGossamerW'lg Mennfeetsircr, Opposite the Capitol House. Columbus. ' AN Extensive assortment of Ladies and Gent'e men's Wigs. Toupees, Sea ps, ha'f-Wics. fore- ieces, Back Hair, Frizetts, Putts, Cur's and co'ored Vork. A'sn. Bracelets. Necklaces. Beads, Lines..' Crosses, Pins, Guards snd Chains. HTHair Work repaired and dressed. Orders talth- luuy execu'eu. Jan 6. 1863. 6m34 CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. a s, a c IJ If .U.1J f will .all Ac agriib mr nuaiu iii'uiruuitim , .via., . .. .. the House and Lot on East. Mam street, known as in Lot No 3, in Reber'a addition to ths City of Lancaster, now in ths occupancy of Mr. Samuel Henley, and near the raaidenco of Salmon Shaw, Esq. Terms favorable; and Uthj inutsble. July 7, 1863. ' , .9-4-mi -; 'MAN KNOW THYSELF." An Invnlunble Hook for 83 Cents. EVIET FAMILY SHOULC HAVE A COPY.' ' farkrWl cona-e sold im rasa ihais man UUUU ainiiTiii. Anew edition, revised and improved, just issued. Dh. Huntkr's MkdicAL Mahdat, and hai oairoa tub Ari.icTn Containing an outline- of the origin, progress, treatment and- euro of every torm of di ease contracted by promiscuous sexusl intercourse, by aolf-abuse, or by aexusl excess, with advice for their prevention, written in a familiar style avoiding all medical technicalities, and every, thing that would offend the oar of decency; from tha result of somo twenty years successful practice, ex clusively tevoted to the cure of diseases ot a deli- ' cate or private naturs . ' . . To which Is adi'ed, reeeipte lor tha euro of tha a bovo diseases, snd a treatise oa the causes, symptoms snd cure of tho Fever and Ague, for twenty-fivo cents a copy; six copies onedollor; will be forwarded to any part of tho L'uited States, by mail, tree of poat- ' age. Address, postage paid, Cosdcn It Co., Publish ers or'boxl!R, Post Olfice. Philadelphia "This is without exception, ine most romprenen al.e and intelligible work publiahed oa the class of diseases of which it treats. Avoiding all technical torms.it andreases Its II to the reason ot its readers. It ij free from all objectionable matter, and no pa rent, however fastidious, can object to placing it ia the hands of bis sons. The author has devoted many . years to ths treatment of the various complaints treated of. aad 'with too little breath to outf.' and too little presumption to impose.' he has offered to me woria at tno merely nominal price oi no nui., the fruits of some twenty yoara most successful prac tice." Hkbalj). ...... "No teacher or parent should ba without tna knowledge Imparted in thia invaluable workv It would ssva years of pain, mortification and torroff to the youth under their charge." PaorxaVe Advo- A Presbyterian clergyman In Ohio, In writing of ' "Hunter'a Medical Manual," eaya; Thousands upon thousands of our youth, by evil example and the in- lluence ol the passion, nave oeea ieu ini self-pollution without realizing tho ala and tearful A . ..... .i,.m..l. mni the r posterity. " Thf constitutions of thoussnds who are raiaing fami- lieahaveboenenieebled.ifnotbrouon aown, ana uwy do not know the cause or tho cure. Any thing that can ba done ao to enlighten and influence the puinie mind as to check, snd ultimately to remove this ride- . spread source ot human wretcnounese,.woui " the greatest bleaslng next to the religion of Jeraa Cnrist, on tlie present and coming generationi. In tempersnco, (or the usa of intoxicstlna drinka.j ( though it hai slain thousand's Upon thousands, la not a creator scourge to tha human race. Accept my thanks oo behalf of tho afflicted, and, believe ; your co-worker in tho good work yon ara so actively '"oceoMT wiTl be forwarded (sacuftly (enveloped . ' n. i.. - ink uiniaa and for oostago paid; on receipt of 08 cents, oroix copies at. Address. COSDEN fe CO., Publishers, Box 106, rliuacleipnia. . , . .. -. BooktelU.-a, Canvaaaeri and Boo s'fn.tV vliedonthamoat liberal ttrmt. :" ' " Lancaster, May 19, 1853.'.. : '.' '-"'' l-'T-; . t,IIlhnla SlUlHIIWII ' r -aj