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CITY OP IAKCASTES: :WHXa STATE 2TOIOINAT20.WS WEI SON DASBERE. ly.-.U..', A IIUJT. , OOTIRKnii,' ISAAC i. ALLEN. W I ' to tauionKB or stays . HENRY .BRACHMANV : ro HCIITitT Or TAT. : NELSON II . VAN VORHES. FOB TTORT WILLIAM II . GIBSON roil eopatx . Junax, , PRANKlilN T.. BACKUS, rOK om or FUBtlC WOi.; x JOHN WAD D'E L L . . ;. , LOWS ANDREWS. , , ' 'Thursday Evening, Sep. , Cokditioh or Political Parties. The wery trik!ng eontraat pre united, and leave all (quibbling to tbair op pooeuti. , Tba faction of Locofocoiiro that elevated' Pierce to power, tre now waging war of extermination on each other,ndlhe Whigi ought to look on calmly and not mln gla in the battle. So Ion at tbe Locofoco an a disunited a the now are, they cni- not inflict any of their moit iniquitous meas ures oo tbe country. . Whito engaged in destroying each other the prosperity of the nation may probably escape tho destruction with which it seemed to be threatened at the close of the late Presidential contest.- Let the Whigs then retain their uuiou, and whep again thoy shall be called on to select a candidate for the first oflfiee in the Gov ernment.they will.ifdUcreet in their choice, achieve an easy victory over the broken, fal tering and plundering ranks of LocofecoUm. But we must keep united, we must enter the field with the determination to sweep from power the corrupt and Irresponsible dema gogues that have burthencif us with a double amount of tsxes and administered our laws to suit the whims and caprices of mere par tisans. -' " '' ' ' i'M The Pbeseht ... - . i.. 'eented in the condition of the Whig and Lor cofooo parties at this time cannot be but gratifying to every man that is convinced of ". the troth of whig trinclples. The Whins 'devotion io the same measures,' The Loco- ' focoi are split into several factions, each one of which ia sedulously engaged in efforts to acquire the control of the party. There is no bond of union between them. Thpy - regard each other with feelings of distrust, ' averJnri. and ipulmmv. . Thev differ resDect- - i j j j i Ing personal predilictions and the policy of ... the Government. . One faction is devoted to Internal Improve ments, and another fac tion is equally zealous in its opposition to .'sucb improvements, One faction clamor - - for the extension bf territory, while another ...is in favor of peace and harmony. A few - believe in the wisdom and ability of Frank-i-Jin Pierce, while the- majority .take another view of thatinterestingjsubject Cais'h'as hia worshippers, Benton has his backers and V Douglas .'finds favors . in certain quarters, while occasionally, in squeaks and grunts, '"' and other dismal sounds one hears the name . . of Allen . pronounced with' reverence! The ;3 Locofoco temple, like a heathen temple of 7 old in Roino, is filled with jargon and die '":ord, sod each worshipper, as he throws in , eehse on the common altar, offers up a ; prayer for some demigod of very dubious vir- The difference in the condition of the two ' f, "political parties is Interesting as it shows . very plainly the different objects they have In View, ; The Whigs, are; in favor , of tbs "prosperitr of the people and endeavor to '"promote' it; the Locofocos are in favor of men and are engaged In efforts to advance personal interest ".Tbej : VVhigs, naving a common-object look to it and are united; while tbe Locofocos having many different ("' Objects are rent asunder.: The Whigs wish f to produce the greatest good to the greatest '' number and agree us to the means by which . ' . .. result so desirable can be attained ; while the Locofocos are in tout only on the success . rit individuals in whose elevation they ex I'.'i, pect to be benefitted. '., Tho '. Whigs are pa- triotio and the 'Locofocos eelfhh the for mer act with reference to measures, the lat ter with reference to men ' - Such are' some of the characteristics of r the Vhig and - Loufoso parlies. The L "'cofocos are divided respecting both doctrine -,- auti c uioii ; lie bii.iw it ia a uuiii.iiuii rp- mart: mat cue country nas out lime pros 'pect!of benefit in the'feiids of LQcofocoism, as that party has, extraordinary facility in ,- healing its intestinal disorders. But, while - ': we admit' - that the past countenances the remark, we think there are reasons for be lievingthat the various factions in Locofo- coism can scarcely again be brought to co ' -'operate together in a common purpose. , The' bold experiment twice undertaken by - -the Baltimore Convention in' bringing into the field a man previously not thought of, , " "' . uThs btjing of a mm mt's birth1' .an extemporaneous candidate, and elevating him over the heads of the veterans of the party, will not be tried again. ' ; That rash 'experiment may now, In view of all itsre , jaulta be pronounced a failure. , . The candU n.udate of the party was triumphantly elected, v- but their measures, less fortunate, cannot ' be consummated." The party has a Presi- rfent who exerts 'po influence. : He has nei " ther the ability nor. the confidence to direct the party and the strange spectacle is now - presented to the world of a Locofoco Presi . dent. who. thouizh he baa been remarkable . careful to endeavor to please all portions of , ,'.hi supporters, Iim offended a large majority eif ' them.-' Bcarcelv more influential than Tyler, ha ia infinitely inferior to all his pred ' VceMbri in the pder to control and direct Vvthe movements of the party that elevated '''"him to his station. If .thai- consummation of lcert'ain tneasures was the' object 'of the LoV . cofocos in the late Presidential contest, tlielr victory is likely to be bootless to them. "j,rheyi elected ;,thoir.. candidate, , but -their "principles" cannot succeed. Opposition JtQ Internal Impf'avements is outof the ques- tio. Bui then it is not the first time in the ' ffajt pf'ttus world that the labors oft moun- '- tain have given birth to a ridiculous mouse. : - that Jofty . pretensions ,. and tremendous movements have been followed ,by impor tant results. ' ,' ".'.. . ; The Biltimbre experiment naving thus faited, we do hot suppose that Locofocoism V trill ever undertake to bless the country by '.'t the election of another"Oreat Unknown!' to ' '. i th Preside Bcyr,;,Kot daring to lift another junfortunate' member t)f the "illustrious pb . !7. ecure'lup ta thftsupjight of fanje.CJiow will -.' tb6 m'agioiar.s, sooth-sayBrs,' "and astrplbgic gentlemen of the party manage te nominate r nne of their prpminont men and, satisfy oth : Ws! i If ene of the encomely kieade of the k- LdcofocQ hydrate marked out for dlatinguish - - 3d favor and high station, will not' the other ""r heads growl, bark, '.snap,' and 'gnash their . V'jteath most,.furloualyJA . .,,,,.-.. i" rU,', ". A aire of the present conJitioa of po ;' litical parties must we think. Inspire, every - ? -Whig-with hope and - confidence in the uc 'j' cessofnie principlesj' Let "the , Wblgs re- NT' tain their onion," harmony,' and devotion to -measure and they will triumph, in .the next jsidenU'af et)htst.,; lt.Athem. '.continue ' BtJirait-MAKtiio. We find the follow ing communication from Mr. Philip Pby sick, of Germantown, Philadelphia county Pennsylvania, In the last number of the A. merican Farmer.'' ..'. To Ike Editor of the American Farmer, Sir: The Philadelphia Augricultural Society having awarded to me their first premiums for the best butter, for the last two or three years successively, persons are continually applying' to me for information, as to my method of producing ' it. its ' manufacture, Sic. ...-.'.-. 'The Philadelphia market is, you know full well, most highly celebrated for the ex cellen.e of its butter, so that the obtaining of this premium every year for the bost of tbe best, is naturally a matter of no . small gratification to me; but my real motive in sending this communication fur your Jour nal,U to get.rid of the. trouble of writing long letters to gentlemen and ladies l never heard of before they took it Into their wise heads to make me pay postage for the Aon- or of answering their queries. I am not aware of anything new orun common tn my lormuia, ana pernnps my success is . more attributable to a well found ed system, and entire cleanliness, than to any other cause; but however that may be, here it follows: About one week before the day of exhi bition, I turn all hands that can be spared from other work, into the spring-house to wash, to scrub, to white-wash, &c, in short to purify and clean the floor, the walls, the shelves, the doors, &o., as perfectly as hu man means can prevail in extinguishing every thing of a tiUhy nature or unpleasan smell. Do not suppose from this, that my spnng-houje is neglected during other por tions of the veur: on the contrary, it is kep in more neatness and cleanliness than any other one I know of. The tin pans are then put into a large' boiler; and boiled for one hour, then taken out and scoured with white silver sand awl pure hard toap then rinsed off In pure clean water and put away for use Three days before the exhibition, the cow ure brought into a clean pen near the spring house; at day break their udders are washed with plenty of water and wiped with a clean or towel quite dry.. Their milk i then drawn into a tin pail that has been cleansed as the pans were. The milk theft strained 'through a perfectly clean muslin straiuer into the pans and placed i the spring house; the same process is to b gone through at night, the next morning and eveiiiiig.which will m ike four milkinss on the next morning, the whole of th contents of the pans, milk and cream unskim' ed, is thrown into a churn, (this churn is on of thclcoinmou barrel kind, it has been rins ed out with boiling water, with about of a peck of hic'ioru ashes and Iivj coals take directly from a burning fire; this' was stir red about for some- tune by turning tn crank after, Which the ashes and water were thrown out and the churn ' rinsed sev eral timesj with boiling water;) the cows are then to be washed and milked as before, and this milk strained and poured warm into the ; churn the operation of churning then commenced:it must bo performed very very slowly; the tenacity and hardness of the butter depends entiroly upon slowness In churning; to produce a first rate article.it should take at least three hours; when the butter has thoroughly come, it should be collected together with a cloun wooden lad le and laid upon a clean linen cloth, spread out as fiat as possible ond not moro than two inches thick, then take a clean coarse cotton bag, large enough to hold a half peck or more, fill it with ice, and with a mal let mash it down fiat, and about four inch es thick; upon this place the linen cloth with the butter. on top, let it remain until quite hard, then place it if possible, Upon a clean marble 'slab, add very finely pulver ized salt to taste, and then work out the butter-milk with the wooden spoon or ladle, spreading the butter Oat . aguin and again and.sopping up the butter-milk with the linen cloth. This operation must bIbo tie performed very slowly; when entirely di vested ot all butter miik.maKe it up in torms of pounds or half pounds. - lam well aware that all this is very troublesom,but what good thing can we have in this world without care and atten tion?. :-.', - I'.'- - - - ' '. "" - As regards the best kind of cows, I am sorry to differ, with most of my fcgricultural friends inasmuch as that, after an experi ense of more than twenty years, I find that the beautiful and stately Durhams, dn not produce butter or . cream to compare at all in quality with the humble, 'and I must ad mit, very mis-shnppen and ugly Alderneys. I have had no personal knowledge of Dev oiu or Ayrshire, never bavins owned one. Mv Alderneys were imported some years a- go by Mr. Sarohette, from the Island of Guernsy -a- different animal altogether from the English A lderney ,or rather from the Alderneys. that have been imported trom England. I have frequently . had eweet cream upon my table from these Alderneys, so thick or rich, or whatever you please to call it. that It could - no", be poured from a small mouthed pitcher without the aid of a spoon. The milk of ono good ebwof this breed, will impart a most beautiml yellow color to the milk of four or five cows; they are exceedingly hardy, and stand our - cli mate better than any other lmporiea oreea. Should vou deem this communication of suf ficient interest to publish it, please correct any inaccuracies, as I have not time to write it over. I am very truly yours, , , . :: ' v ;,. PHILIP PHYSICK. N. B. New milk is the most effectual ab sorbent of sulphuretted hydrogen gas, " et id omne genus,'.' that I am acquainted with, which can be added to old -milk and cream for tho purpose of purifvinff it without in jury to the butter; this is my 'reason for ad ding the last milking quite warm from tho cows to the old milk in the . churn I do not require my people to skim our milk, because it ia a waste, of time, for one reason, and Tor another, because I think- the. milk , washes all offensive matter out ot the . butter; be. sides the butter-milk is sweet slid not sour .as Is usual, for I maintain that perfectly pure and sweet butter (lot the test be a chemical one,) -cannot be mad front soar cream. Ohio StT Stoci The Auditor of State publishes a letter in tbe Sute Journal n explanation of so long withholding from the public the particulars io the late for' geriet on the above bills. He says that -was a fixed belief that unbroken silence n that quarter was essential to the discov ery of the authors of these forgeries, and that aeemiog inability on the part of the Auditor's Ollice to relieve iUelf from ass. icion, would tend to produce Jess caution nd watchfulness among those with whom the fraud had really originated, has hereto fore induced him to abstain pertinaciously from all . commitments or explanation, whether by letter or newspaper. He says that motive for tbia silence no' longer ex- st, and that Important arrests at Cinrin. ati has already been made, and that he Is ow at liberty to notice, without further de lay, some of the many erroneous statements that has gained currency and states officially a follows, which could not have been pub- shed sooner aor fear of alarming the real erpetrator of the fraud and then notify them that suspicion must henceforth rest port them:',. ' ' ' ' . .', First. That tbe forged notes on the Ohio State Stock Bsnks, or any part . thereof, were not ttoUn from the Auditor's Office; second. . That they were not fori from the Auditor's Office; -. . - - i - Third. That they were never in the Au itors office; and, Fourth. That they do not bear the gen ine signature of the Register. As early as April last, the undersigned became aware that a small amount of forg- notes on two of the Ohio State Stock Tued:iy EienlDR, Kt-pL C, . 1.7.3. Ent .Cott'AHioss- Parent cannot be ' IFtlIayC) too careful in 'selecting society "for their chil-1 Wm mt inrih --t t. inm ib4 lu d4 .Tf REr-ofT is PaaUAHt.T os th Cu- Sden, and young men cannot be too choice ! iTTTl, bai StAV TlAP. The Important report I in their asociats.' The adage has lost no. i(' Jt Hm- t'k ro th- Una ibycs torn th wf of MM wpii iiul -- a T ed Bonks had been put in circulation. An mmediate scrutiny was made into the coti llon of the bank accounts, in charge of the Register, and the result of the investi gation precluded all possibility that the forged notea had ever been in the bands ot the Register or within tbe wall of the A uditor's office. ' The mode of. determining these facts was a conclusive as it was simple. On the first day of May, 1853, the notes on hand were carefully counted, and their amount duly noted.. Next the re ceipts of the various banks lor registered notes delivered to them by the Auditor, were carefully exnmined and their aggre gate amount ascertained. These two items were then added together, the next step was to procure a full and careful statement from the Engraver, exhibiting the amount of notes which had been sent to the Audi tor up to the first of May. With these duta, the following result was obtained: Receipts of sundry banks for , , registered notes delivered to them bv the Auditor. 8837,390 Notes sVill In hands of Audi- ' tor on May 1st. , 203,482 Commons, by special eornmitteo on slave ry and the alav trade, alleges that the fact i Dotorioo, that luve-trading vessels are fitted out ia Cub under the guns of Span ish men of war; that great facilities are af forded to the importation of negroes; that, when ooce landod, tbey are called natives, and all attempt to trace and liberate them are commonly defeated; and these abuses have increased - precisely in proportion to the bribe accepted by the Cuban govern ment. Up1 to 1810 the Captain-General re ceived half a dollar for every slave import ed; butGen; O'Donnell, in 1 8 13, succeeded in raising the fee to three doubloon a head; nd with the exception of Doncha, who re fused the bribe, the same blood-money has since been levied by every Governor of the island. Nor does the crime stop here. Tbe Interest involved in this trade arc mainly those of high and mighty pertonagea at Mad rid, who have power to obtain the recall of any honest officer, and who. contrive to keep up all the horrcrs of this system to gratify their own avarice at the expense of humanity and of the national interest. Commenting " opon this report," the Lon don Times discoursges the folly of protect ing Spain any . lunger in the enjoyment of her slave trade, and partially recommends that she tie handed over to the tender mer cies of the American filibuster. by the company be keep." To yauog me ? f""?! -'"' 'r ,h '""" of especially, it is of infinite importance thst ' And rhy-Mfd-miimirV Hra y' oo the ,y Le furnl-bcd with crnion. fXT Hun, i uj not i urn i j in. lits-gtir h, trt. Brig I Mm or ia tm rW fcua tor 0M yst. Wrp aot far the p. ttywgh h ho!J in lit gloom Lovrd forms that bv mnk in mi in the tomb; lxd -irth ring iattt hni;h orthomang: ' A IVS UM IOM " U MT BiUa alnng th ing generous heart aoj honorable, virtuou sentiment. Say the distinguished Robert Hall, In bf "Works," recently poblUhcd by Harper Sl Brothers: '. "Society i tbe atmoophere of ou1s;ad we neceariiy imoioe trom n onminnj tow. cUiha nt M for thy m i. ttxir miHh. Which IS either lllfccllou vt Mtlubnous. l.n thir herU had boa cluui-d by mm frcxt of lata The society of irtous prrsous i enjoyed ."r'h ... ' b7ond tbcfr company, w.'le vice ..rn7.lT 'rit'T; ",UBg' shng into soluuJe. The society or the coin- Tihm j'mii f oirow.Ui u su Uy Panv vou keen ia bulk Lha inJieation uf i Tht niwei not soma untmun lo HkWmi our wit; ' ' ' . I o... r tUm k Li : .1.-. J DUI CHI' inn" ....... Wm. .m w . , K rm lo i luniina tha crown for ftaa akina. Trta fafarn ia a'ai a laa frtwaaM ia hi Oobuld U ia nduau, sad ji:4 it witb duwan. DH. GUTJOTTS YELbOW DOCK A.SDSARSA PARtLLA. tor tha en ofaiMaaa, Mat a tlprinf purijltr of the lleoi tni a grntnU tank Jot th tyrtert, it nvicaUd. ' ' Th eontir powart of thit Extract ire truly angels bow and devil tremble, you will !r"0'' "Ju "". m.a. unm-aa hear contemned and abuwd. Tbe Bible rf D S.ArA.n.t ' II rin-KK injur (n? ro'TO amiruv psiiDl. THt: XYr80M MINERAL NOSTHtJMSTO SKKK hnp.IHnd rigor frera OiUpurelf trf'tabli remed j. TWfbre,hovr br.--n in hhh and tpixiu. fciwovartoathionn to himwlf anj ethart, lat ooena dmptirof ratovary; M (ha patient only un iMrjtaM thV Mt fcn'p. of phvtVat restoration 1l in tiarwn't r.idnetiA Yalfovf nyek and SftMajartlla." and puraaaae tuaa ror bu , UFK'S SAKE. .; , to try h. and we hare no h-aiutioa ia f rajuing tla jj-edv raatnratioa to health. JSa aadriirtiicaient. ' " ' " your character and the former of it. In eom paoy, when the pores of tbe mind are open ed, there requires more guard than usual, because the mind is tbee passive, Either vicious Company will plesao yon, or it will not; if it does not please you, tho end of go ing will be defeated.. In such society you will feel your reverence for the dictates ot conscience wear off, and that name at which Amount of notes furnished tol Auditor, as per statement of engraver, . Excess in favor of Auditor,. $1,000,872 M,090,G00 $373 A similar examination was mado on the 19th August 1853, exhibiting a similar re sult. The excess in fuvor of the Auditor consisted, in both instances, for extra notes on nine banks.seldom exceeding two sheets (38) on any one bank, and, m somo cases, a smaller amount. -- Having thus given a formal coroction of certain misstatements more particularly af fecting the Auditor s department, I am glad to feel safe in adding, that tho extent to which the forgery of the notes of the Ohio State Stock Banks has attained, is probably much less thau was at first anticipated, and perhaps vastly less than it was intended soon to carry it. Developments which have been brought within my immediate knowl edge, during the progress of late investiga tions, justifiy the opinion that not more than 815,000 of the genuine impressions of the Ohio State Stock Bank notes have ever reached the hands of tho forgers; and that two-thirds of that amount have never gone into circulation, and are still without the necessary filling up. Other developments bearing bn the same subject, afford BiifBcient reason for believing thut the forgeries, as fur as they have gone, are not limited to the Hiotes of seven banks, as was recently sup posed, but extend to at least eleven, if not to the entire thirteen. It is not proper, in the present communi cation, to enter into a detailed statement of tbe circumstances which led, the arrest of the wretched man now in custody. It is sufficient to : state that his guilt is not a mutter of suspicion, but lias been reduced to certainty by developments which will come beforo the public in due time. Ilia nosition as bank note printer in the ollice of the engraver, who was employed to pre pare and furnish the bills of the Ohio btate Stock Banks, gavo him every desirable fa cility for committing the fraud. To enable him to print the notes in suoh quantities ss they might be required by the several banks, it was necessary that the bank note plate should be placed, from time to time, in his possession by the encraver.and whilst thus in his possession for legitimate purposes, he also printed from it the notes wnicn. nave since received the forged signature of the officer of the State Register. Highhanded Outrage. -The active part taken by Mr.' Jolliffj, counsel in the late slave case before Judge Flinn, in tbe meet, ing recently held in Cincinnoti, where a large number of citizens had met to take steps preparatory "to the impeach meut of Judge Flinn before tho next Legislature! iiigmy mccuseu me juuge, anu tbe next morning at an early hour, he stationed him self with other friends, near the corner o1 Fifth'and Vine streets. . At about 1 Mr- Jolliffo passed diagonally across Vine with bis market basket on his arm, preceded by his wife and niece, when he was suddenly assaulted by some person unknown or un seen by him, and felled to the ground. Mr. Jolliffe states that bis first impression was mat ne was KnocKed down by on express or meat wagon, uniil he heard a voice calling him a d J Abolitionist, and the person assaulting him continued his blows after ho had been felled to the ground. Marshal Ruffin, who had been but a moment before conversing with Flinn, observing the Judge in the act ofinflicting the blows upon the prostrate Jolliffe, ran up'seized Flinn and took him br fore Esq. Chidsey, and made af fidavit of tho complaint. The Magistrate bound the Judge over ia the sum of $500 for another hearing. - - ' will supply material for unmeaning tests and impious buffoonery; the eontequenceof this will be a practical deviation from vir tue; the principle will become sapped, and the fences of the conscience broken down; and when debauchery ha rorrputed tbe character, total inversion will take place; they will glory in their shame. - A ARCTic-Iiotrso Vessel Spoies. Steamer"Uncle Sam," arrived at Valparaiso' reports that on the 23th of July she was boarded by the captain of the brig Isabel, lying at Port Famine, at which place she bad put in for water. The Isabel is owned by Lady Franklin, and bound to Behring's Straits in Sesrch of Sir John Franklin. Cuptain and all hands well. By the way, bottle, containing a letter, purporting to come from Sir John, and dated in M iy last has been picked up on the Irish const. Sir John is made to say ha is detained oo an island by the native. Of course this is a hoax. ' Coart orComr?fin !, rtr9t! J v f . 1.1 FAkiiil Kr brt Too' vt JX.kmg ar4 coun'y. Ohio, tv. Ohia. - r1llE(dDtr.a.Uit t.ka aalk that aa t.. X (Mb day of April, A l l v.1. tha aairl kobatt . Toole AM a Pxitioa ia tba cnurl of raaaaaaa ltaa at airfield coanry. Ohio, wnara the tarae at aar poduif, dmuaDuinft partiuoa af tha a.uowii.g are mtM. aiiaaia ia aii) county. and baowa by feauif in bail al Vum loatr.wvit (,'uartrr r? "r"a w. H. ia Township No. U. ot ban, a No. ! Alto-' The fnllowint; oWrtnad Lot. tatuata ia aaid. county of t'airualta, kaawi by beirif fart af tit Northweat Qaanrr of oectioa No. K of Towikip No I, rn Kanea No ML bayioalnf at a atraaa an tba half taction line 41 parabaa linka katt af tha bant b. waat coraar of aairt Qaarler bactioa, a4 laauinf frara tbeaea ICatt 15 ebaina 60 linaa aa a aaat aa laid baif aertion Una; tttuare Nortb M oVgraaa Kaat IN chaiaa ?A 1 to lit to a pnai; thanaa foutb 40 aWgreee Watt 50 Mnka to foall ibeaea North 0 atr(raa 1 chain 60 iiaka ta a aoat aa tha Vtaat bank af Clear. creek; thnuce fkiulh I I chaine ti 60 linka ta lha ptaeaof bojtlnnlnir. Mine tame tract on wfelca toe Cardiac. Factory aaeraclad ana containing! taa aaraa mora or laa. The aaid lisbart k. 1 aula aeaiaiaa that partition be niM'a of aaid prartlaaa aa faliewat to ttia aaid bVbart K Taola Ibraa imb; lo tha aaid Mary Dr'ongone-lifiK; to the aaid Joarpb. Toola aoa fidh.and toaaij Saury Tooro dower ia tha whoia. At tba aaat or October Terra of aaid eoart aa as plication will be taada by tba emit rained, ktr aa or dur that partition may b made c, ol toad praaiitaa. 1 O.aC D MARTIN, AU'yt for Uatoaadant. Aiicutt W, wl "MAH OOW THTSZLr.- Aa Iavnlaible Jlook fur Ceaita. 'trtVl FAVU.T BHODLt BATS A C0?T." rtfKtfs cop,M t"L0 " M Tit MB JUULF mural. A aaar aditie. savltfd sad improved, juat fanned. Da. Hrara.'Ri Mitnreat Maroii jaa mirsi aoa ton tua Arn icTk:a Coa ainiar aa outline of tbe origin, progreaa, treatment and cure of every torra af di tut cootrutad be proauteaoaa anaat intrcourae,by telf abaa. or oj sexual axcaat, with adrire for their prerention, wrirren ia a familiar atyle arradina; all raadbrat tecknbalitiaa, eadertry ibinc that would otfaod tha ear of oereacy, frooi tha remit ofaoraa twei ty yean tneetaaful practice, ex eluaivelr overfed to tba cure of ditaataS al s deli cat er private aitara To which it adried, ra.-elpti for tba eura af the a bove diaeatfit, and a treatiae an tbacaataa,iyaiptonit and cure of the 'erer and Acne, for twenty-Are eeatl a Copt: i enpiaa nwadollor; will ha fontarded to any pert of the t ailed State!, by aaail, tree of peat- tgav Aoureaa, poaiaopaia,, oaoea at vo.v rabutn era, or' hoi 1, Fort Olbca. Phi'adelphia. "Thlt n without eaception. the moat eempreben ai.e andintellieiMe work Mbliahed sa the claas of diaeaaea of whirh ittreala. Avoadinc all tacbaical ST. MABl'S IXHALE ACAUEJIY, ,. Komeraet, I'errr Conntv Obie. eoiBucTKO tiare m er thi eaoca or r. oomimh;. ' Thai inrtiiulion eowbinxa in iu plan of ('.duration, avert adi-amaen that can be derived from the punc tual an J cunacii-nciont rare beitowed on the pupila I in trie varioaa trranrnea or irneretre. tunable to their anx -. alt to the ttrict attention to poritenett, lermt. it aodrataes rtaelf to tha artaaoa ai ita readera aeatoeaa ant nunl prtnciplet. .. lit u Iree from all oojeelionaole matter, and ao pa llia Aciif.mjr ia tituaiej on an eminence in the I rent, however fattidiout, eta object te placing h la v-irinitvnfSnmoraet. The location ita reryhatlthy (the haadt of hia Bona. Tbeanthur haa devoted many ne, and tlierorralioa(;roandairetpaciou. It haa yeart to the treatment of tha earioae eaaaplaintt b-n ineorpuratcd by the State lgilarare. . - treated of. and 'with too litlla breath to pun.' tad Tlie hwlihol tho acholara ia a snuject of roiitiooal j too liO'r preeumption to impote.' be hat ottered ta itt-vnion. A mild and maternal tyatem sf govern-I the world at tha merely nominal price ol 86 centt. ment. far as may be compatih a with tha atrrrte't jtheirniliof aoaoe twenty years stoat aueceatful prac- tuaniaon itreffuurwacip in 3 win oe oeawrvea. j ne i lice nrtAJO. More Lykch Law m Missodbi. As a young lady, residing near Columbia,' Mo. was returning from a funeral recently, she was seized near a thicket by a stout negro man, who attempted to outrage her person, but her screams attracted the attention of a gentleman in the vicinity, who hurried to bcr aid, when the wretch made h's escape. He was, however, soon after arrested and "No teacher or parent thould be without tha knowledge imparted in thit invaluable work. It would aave yea re of pain, mertiiieataoa and torrow to Die youth aoder tbair therge." Pkofls's Avo- improvemer-l of tba pupil, at ajao their docaeatic comfort, will be att-nd.-d tn with the grcatft aoliri. rude Trmir lint will be whnleaome and abundant. The honra of relaxation are to diatributed that the am lent w ill nutauiha- either corporally or mentally i riir. from apr.lictvn. j A FmbytertaQ eTergyman in Ohio, in writing of The Reli-jion profowdani tiulht in thit Inatita- !"liuntert Medical Manaal," eayt. Thoonnda apoa tion it th Catholic. All the young ladie. without ! thouaandt of our youth, by evil example and the ia Bxeeption, will be expected to tttend the pnlilie re-1 duence of the pasaion, have beea led into the habit ot ligioaa exwciaia of tbe Academy. aelf pollution without realizing tha ain and tearful The acholaatU year commences on the firtt of Sep- j ronxequencea upon rhemaelret tad their noaterity. tember. nH terminatei aometime in the beginning of j The conjtitutionn of thoatanHi who are raieing faml July, with the pnblie exhiUtion. There wil he two lie !v re been enfeebled, if aotbrokea dowa, and they aeaaionaof fire montht each. do not know the cants or th cure Aary thing that Committed for triul, but on the next day the ; the pupiU will beheld every two 'monfh; after whHi I mind aa to check, tnd ultimately to remove thit w ide al r-pon 01 ineir prmiciency , etc., will DO tent to iu.u. .iv, puKu.. "" ' ""o thei, prent. oreuardiant. Tub Sultak Aitn the Uhited States. Mr. Marsh, the American Minister at Con stantinople, on his recent return to that city trom urcece, where he .went about a year ago on the uflairsof Dr. King, was hand somely received by the Sultan. Mr. Marsh was accompanied by the commander and of ficers of the Levant, and by Cuptain Walk er, of the United States army, and made the Sultan a proper address, in which he gave him assurances of the entire sympathies of tho President and people of the United States in the pssition in which he is placed by the demands of Russia. The Sultan, in reply,' expressed his satisfaction . with the good feeling which exists in the United States towaids himself and his cause, and assures Mr, Marsh that it should be his con stant endeavor to cultivate and strengthen them. - him confess, and hung him to the nearest tree. TEttMS, (PAVABE IX ADVANCE.) F.ia B'XRdKO- I L?oird tnd Tuition pertemion ofuvemontht. including tmhographv. Heading, Vtrmng, Arithmetic, ICnsli'h Grammar. Geography, r'lain Sewiog. Markiug and Fancy Needle work, per eeaaion $5 00 11 00 a oo to oo f5-"The veteran soldier Sir Charles Na pier," says the Loudon correspondent of a Scotch paper, "is dangerously ill s-j ill that hia physicians give no hope, and the giatinan-v report was current on SatarJur that the Bedding andwa1hin4.il fatd by the Inititu veteran wasdead. At sllevents hisappear-i tion, form an extra cbaigeol A3 each.-. ing at Cobham is out of the question. The 1 tint csnntt. . last time I saw Sir Charles, with his hook-! Fv each of th Foreign Languages - ed, hawk-like nose, his keen gray eye, his 1 of rW ',e"",, long, flowing hair, mingled with the de-! m",,c on'h Viu srending beard and inoiibtaches, was when Mimic on the Harp ul Ilia Innornl ,ifll,o Diibo r.f VTo 1 1 i n r '. Vocal Muiic. ...... , - , . jt-m 1. " 1 Drawing and Painting in Water Colors feebly, and with apparent difficulty, he H PJ,;ngi w-.th m.terul walked up tho nuve uf St. Paul's, holding Iuliin Wax Woik one of the tassels uf the pall ' of his old I Kmhroiitn-y.. ........ commander. I thought the scene had shak- i J; en him perceptibly, and it was hardly lo be , 1,, wrK) take lenont oa the Guitar will furniah wondered at. For fifty-four years ha Sir their own instrument Charles been in the service of the country .lie I tcim or hit kholiiii. was burn in 1782, dud received his commis-iorthngrtphe. Tteeding Writing, Arithmetic, Plain siou when twelve years of age, while he 1 Sewing and M irxiiu;, pr teaaioa $4 ou has been wounded, or encountered aeci I Tl.a above with tngah urammu-tnaoeog- Other branches a the tame price ta for those who bord at the Inttilution. l.--The currantexpentei to be paid atrai-annmll; in advance. apreadannrreof ha man wretriiedneaa, woald confer the greatest Meaaing next to the religion of Jetoe Cnriat, on tbe preannl and coming generation!. In temperance, for the ute of intoxicating drinkt,) though it hat tlain thoaatndt upon tbontanda, ia net a greater acoarga to th human race. A crept sty thanka on behalf ofthe afflicted, and, believe me, your co-worker in tlie good work yon are to actively angageain. $TH 00 1 Ore copy will be forwarded faeearery enveloped 3 00 f and pottage paid, en receipt of26 eenti, or six copies ifurl. Addreaa, COSDti k CO., Puhliahara, Box 10 00 i I9fi. Philadelphia. Booktellert, Canvuxterl mud Bilok Agents, tvp- I pilot on the most antral terms- j Lancaater.Hayl9.lb6a.- , . t-iy. e 00 8 00 12 W 10 Oil (JO 3 00 B no dents in his military career equivalent to wounds, to the number of tweuty-one. At Corunna, according to Hart's Army. List, before Sir Charles was secured by the ; d0ctinn to be made for ab.enca nnlet. Frenchman, who took hiin prisoner, he had his leg broken by a musket shot, a bayonet stab in the back, ft sabre cut on the head, ?cveral of his ribs broken by a spent ball, and severe contujions on his head from the butt end of a musket. It was these last! n nar-il bv airkn! 3 Letter writ-en or reeeivrd bypupila. to ha au'.iject to inspection, except correapoikwnce. with parent or guardian, and a I letter, coming to the In atitutien must be post-paid. 4.Thiirdaya are dayt of recreation. Boardera are allowed to visit their parent or guardiant ones The Troubles tit Vekezdela. The civ il commotions in Venezuela continue to spread. " At Barcelona, the government of Gen...Monagas had published a "warning'' to the foreigners, and among them the Jews in particular, wherein they are accused of being tho instigators of the civil movements there transpiring, as well as in other parts of tho Republic. On a representation or the Jews, and some other foreigners, to the Dutch Consul at Caraccss, a Dutch brig of war of 14 guns,repuired to Barcelona from Laguayra, and it was stated that other Dutch vessels of war were momentarily expected to arrive there.- Senator Douglas is Const astir ortE, Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, U. S. Senator from Illinois, was In Constantinople about the first of August, and was to have had an audience with the Sultan, but. was unable to defer his departure for Russia until the day set apart, by the Sultan, to receive him. A letter from Constantinople, in the New York Tost, however, says: Senator Dauzlas, during his visit to this place, had an interview with Resch id Pacha, the present Minister of Foreign Affairs, and . . . ... . - T . L!j n t ; late urana vizier. rvescnia racua ia now at tbe head of the Sultan's ministry, and di rects the present rather difficult affairs of the Empire. The Senator (Young A merica) expressed himserr asmucn gratineawitn tne interview, and formed a high estimate of the character and attribute of the Pacha. : He assured Rescbid Pacha that American sym- oathies were all warmly in favor of Turkey, in ber present difference with Russia, and that the people of this country regard her cause as a most lust one, In reply,' the minister expressed hi thanks to bepator Doughi. The agent ofthe I'orte, who vis ited the United State some years ago,' suid that the Sultan and "his government were much gratified by the manner iu winch ne bad been received there.' v'" '- fjy Mr. Hall, of Cincinnati, was living at the latest reports, - but there was no hope of his recovery. ' His murdorer was again committed to jail till to-day, when .lie will probably have liis preliminary examination There was great excitement in the city, and the expression generally, against young Ames. We suppose- to-morrow's. mail will give the full particular of the trial. . . OrThe People's .Conventionlield .' at Cleveland on last Saturday to nominate a county ticket, aelected John A'. Footeas candidate for Senator and Messrs.. i owsjey and Burtori for Representathe.' JThe Her aid peik favorably of the nominees. ' which struck him down, and it was a kind- j mThfunirorn, u , white dr for aummer tnd hearted French drummer who pulled him black during the rest ofthe ynn with white tun out of the group who were about to dispatch I bonutt, trimmed wilh blue ribbon. No particular him, and so saved the life of the hero of iml?rT J u " ?. ' . Scinue." FUUMTVAE I. K. WAKE KwOlIS. ri aving returned to the city and erected a large 1 ADlll barticuUr attention rou.-l be paid to neatnees 6. Boarder are required to bring with them table furniture, vix: two ksiveaandfork.table-apoon,anl detert tpoon, glat tumbler two platea eupandtan cer, four table napkins, four toweU, waah batin, combs, brusha.&c. 7. All communitiont renwetimi the- A'-ademy. ililinein the rear of the brick houte. on the : tddreated to the Sitoerior of St. Marv'a Literary coi ner of Broad and Cbeenut treet, one auare amah Society, Somerset, Ferry county, Ohio, will receive of tha Market House, intendt manutactuiuig upon a 1 prompt attention. An extra charge ol $10 00 per Urge scale ail the variont u ticlet of . - mon'h will be made for the vacs' ion u tppnt in tha . XXmy rVaSVtVRE,.. rts. been rec.nUy erected a !W -vdcom- Heatlsteada and Chairs. Wllch he will modiout building. which will afford ample meant ot tlwavt on hand, together with a large assortment of j-emfering a large boaiding tchool perlectly eonvl'ortr Cincinnati manufacture. IHs'ons experience in tho i ,11. 0 0 . - Efficacy of Railway Signals. Tho ef. ficacy of the signal system on railroads was proved on Satuiday last, on the Hudson Riv. er road. An axle of a car in a train was discovered, near OaK Hill, to have become Char(,'eareaonable. heated to such a degree that it melted. Im mediately a brukeman jumped from the cars, exhibited the red flag, and in a moment, for miles distant, red flags were raised by the flagmen, - notifying danger. ' .Trains: ap proaching were warned and stopped until the disabled car was switched off, and the train passed safely on its way. " '," ' , ' Mexico not DisrosEO to War. J . M Cohrad'EJitor of the ' Brownsville FIag( business will enable him to have manufactured at home and imported from abroad the vei-y best of work, and at he intends to employ none but the most skillful wnvkiiien and use Ilia beat materials, he flat ters himaelf that he will give g.inei-al tatialaction to all who may favor him with "their custom. The public are invitadto call and examine the at surlunsut. ThcouUanot to the rooms is upon Broad street. . D. K. MSUEU Lancttter.Msy 20th. 1833. . - ' N. B llopairins done on tha shortest notice, and tho neatest and moat workmanlike manner.. states that there is no talk of war on the, frontier, botween Mexico and the United States, and no war-lile preparations art being made bij the former. To prevent smuggling which is carried on to. an indefinite exten on the froutier, a corps of revenue rangers consisting of from twelve to twenty mount ed men, have been organized, who patrol the river from its mouth to Loredo, and this has probably been magnified into a hostile array.-''.: ''..; ,, , ' ' - ... - How tq Cheapen Gas. At a recent trial of a newly invented Gas Regulator, in the works ofthe Sorew Company,, at Provi dence, R. I-i it was found to effect a saving in the consumption uf gas equal to thirty. nine per cent. Two accurate tests were .made-aiid both ahowed that without the reg ulator 1,800 feet were burnt in a specific time, whilst with it but 1,300 feet were re quired, an equal amount for light being bb" taiued, : , , ''. ' v, . . '. - " - able. KMIIICII Most Ttev'd 3.' B PoRCVtL. Ciocionati. Rev. C. D. Bowliko. Somerset, Rev. Jhks Whclas, ." Kev. Ni l Tooso. .. Bev. C- I', MoTOOaBf. Zmetville, Uev. J. M Yon .a, Lancaster. August 19. 1853. 3ml6 FAIRFIELD CO. CLOTHING STORE U. ' GEORGE If. SMITH, AT his old stand on main street, between Heber k Kutx't store and John Lvons, has just received and opened a new and well aoWted STOCK jOF SrUI.NG AXDSfMMEB GOODS, shed private roiideuces in Ceutral Ojiio ' It embracet the very beat of black tnd Blue French old at a oargain to tne purcner. j ne anj j-i June V, 1853. SPI.EIVDID PKOPERTY FOIt SALE. A 1 3B"Dt for Henry Farnum of Philailelphia. at-Wiil soil tlie property known as tho Reese Man I aion IIOUHB Riruaiea oa :iiaiu aire!, m inncn; o Lancaster. This house it one ot" the most beautifu and well fmi: and win hA anld at a banrain to the di tlllab Indisputable. P. VAN TRUMP. PltOT ECTION Fire, Slariac and Inlaa4 I S L R A X C E COMPAH, -OF. HARTFORD, COItJT V INCOBPO BATED 113 3. BOARD OK DIRECTORS. .3 HA7. RI. C. H. KORTHAM.lt SEKLRr, JQ W XBIIirRTO.N.W. Kf'.I.UlT.n. W. R.HOrinrKI, O W.ft,KK. L.HIJffHBEy, , -T. BEI.KN Af, WM IrlHaM. II HK.I.HKN. ft I.LARK. W.TUa.VLL, K. lill.M. W.A.1VAKD, WM WILLIAMS. . - D. W. CLAJthT, Pretidtjat. WM. CONNER. 8ecrelary. The attaation 01 property holder it reapertfally caltml tn the aunerior advantaeea for Fire. Marinm. and liland Insnrnrt offered by tha ritOT'XJnU l.TiUtl.Cr. l,UIr AWT. The uratleraigned hat baea furniahsd with blank policies, signed by tha officers of tho toaopaayi alo with blaiik renewal receipts, for contiauuia; policiea already istued, and it duly snrhorized tnd prepared, at A rent of aaid company, to make insurance lor any period of time, not Lett than one month aer frreatar than aer pa yeara, upon buildings or their contents, oc cupied at theellirts. Stores, frarehousem. Churches, Hotels, Banks, Court Houses, ColUgrs, Ice., fcr., snd their contents sgainat LOSS8 OU )AM AGE BV FIU.E. Alto, on Dar Goect. GRocKRijut. HUxurACTosKD Gonna, JPori'c, llorSEHOLD Fnaitrrr,Liv Stock, and eveiy other description of Mkhohakdizsi and PsrasoHar. PaorsaTT, shipped or to aa shipped par good Steam boat or boats. to and front JpoiuU oa tha Western Waters. or between Kastara Cities, (via Lake or oth er inland route, snd ant town in tho Wester a country against the hanrds of Inland Transportation. Also, on Shipmetittof Good, Wares sad Merchm dise, per good Teasel or vetieli, betwaea New Or-h-sns and Katem ports between New Orleans tnd other Guff porta between ail American port and English or European port, or to tny other maritime port whatsoever in the Atlantic watere, against the Perils ofiht Sees, at Halts ef Premiere aa Lew as Ihott of any other Rtrponsiblt Institution - Ij-The attention of Aleirhants ia especially re quested to the superior advantages and convenience) of insurance at Mm, under aa "Open Polieu," cov ering shipments by tpeeilio endorsements, or ander a "Contract Pofiry,". covering all shipments what ever during any agreed period at current rates cf premium charged by other companies for aceonnt of applicant. xi whom it may concerns. Loaset prom pt ly adjusted vndsi the superrision of tha aaderaigned local AKnt.and parable in bank funds, oa the spot. or if desired, stA'ew York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, harmtston, Ass Urfrant, at. lnu Ijouiiville, Pitlsbunh, ot tar other agreed point in the Uuited Statet. For further information respecting ratea ol preml am. etc., applv to the aaderaigned. WM P. CREED, Agent for Lancaster snd Fairfield County. ... . l-t-tw. ' fCTO. 8. Jotruai copy for 5 insertions; rhargo this otfke. : - - JUNE 30, 1S.13. TT ecairnd this dav tt tha cheap store fnpnoslto sLVShaetfer't Hotel) a large variety of Fancy dresa , r,Je UD in best manner and embracing la n..k...l.i. Dam.. . 1 1 .1. i .ml nripm. 1 . - . I I nnHy.iiaivaoa uatH. floods such aa tlain Beruus of all colors. and prices. Kigd ucrages of many stylos. sn3 cheap, some very handsome, at only cents a ytrd. ,-'.' ' ''.';' '.''Parasols. '.- A now ttock ut opened, at greatly reduced prices . bv June 30, 1153. W.T.,WBE. . Ilonnets. rT ow opening, a fresh lot fine English straw, plain ITI Leghorn, Krench Lace. Gimp, ami various kinds. Some more of that tamo tort at 60 cents et II toon . June 30, 1H63. ... - W.T.WISE. Hosiery, Notion and Nio Nacka : ' In innumerable variety at W.T.WISE'S. , Qncenswnre. A . bargain may now be had bv toy one in want of - a nica dinner or tea aeu, uy cau"s y Wiso't, whore s hu-ge and coinplotoly assorted stock it now unpicking. ... . . June 3", IS53- "" ' ' Knulish cloths and cassimeret. which will be sold low aud made to order in theiatett atyles and by the beat of workmen. Also, a beautiful vsriety of . t FANCY CAS3IMERK8 AND VESTING3. : Which hare been selected with greet care, from the latest and most faahionablo patterns, and cannot fail to please. . LLUlin" rva nr.., ti. u i. . a Urge In addition, lie baa on hand tha beat of black satin nd aillr Va-tiiura. snds larira variatv of hosiery, tut- penders, handlierchiefs, cravat- and in a word all the articles uauai'y aopr ar nucn an eaiauusnni-iiii- ilia long experience in the business anablea him to Durchaselhe best of Goods and Clothing at the Low est ratea. so that he is enabled to (jive hia customers as good bargains as can be obtained else where; and ha WOUKl aiaure me puuiic inac n ia uoi io oa oubiu either in the quality of hit goods, the atyle of the woik or tha price Dy any otfter ettaDJiaamanr. CALL. ArMU dr. c.. The old customers of the establishment and all others who mav fat or him with a call, will find him willing to do just aa ho says, snd hit goods ol the kind recommended. - - HT.Kcmc.a6er the Place for An Goods and gnoa Bargainr. -i - : UHUtlum.tt.aMjn. Lancaater, April n, - Litbbabt Pieaot. -The New York Poet late that Harper' Magasine for Septem ber contains a itory called Uncle Bernard' Story, which appeared In Putnam'e Month ly for June, where it wa. duly copyrighted, an d that the publishers 6f Harper .re liaple to heavydatngefor the pirafiy '' V- ' NEW IMPROVEMENT IS INSERTING ARTIFICIAl. TEETH. : . nRS. frider 6c Williams have made an improve .nM.t in the art of ioaorlinn artificial teuth on ma- talic plato. The iinprovemeut conaistt in aodder- log teem on pities, ai at io uro.triiw iuwu uum trading and tpringiog while in the ct of toldering and cooling, which will tvoid all difficultict that Don lists soiuvaiiably meet with in constructing full sets of teeth. A patent will be secured In a short time then specimens can be seen at oar office. Lancaster, June 16, 1853. . . l- ' FARM FOR SALE. THERE will be offered tt tmbtie eolaa Baturioy. the 1st day of October, ISM, at tha deaf af tha court-house, in the city of Leaeattef, between 10 o' clock, A. M and 4 o'clock, Y. BL.tnaieiua law and tract of land, lately owned by George KUaa, late, ol I. airfield county, oereaaeo. . i qis larm 1 situate two rauea nono oi a. fs composed of l0cre,more or lessbeint ta entire qatrter ) Has on it good springs end Fanning water, a fine Orchard, two dwel ing hoaeas and a bsra. and more than 100 acre of it Iniprovefl ana unaer oi n extinn the retidue good timber laad. Possession will be given the "st of April nest, eaeapt at to tho growing crop. The title it good beyond a question. Term one-third in hand oo the day of sale, re-lduo in two equal pavments at one a ad two yeart, wilh la tere at Iron) tne'tima posseaaioa bsl be given. JOHN BARR. Kxeentnr Of the Estate of Oeorgt Kline, dteaasei. August 31. By JOHX D MABTIN, Attorney-O-Eag'e tnd Telegraph intart until day of taia- j DiNeolution. THE undariiigned copartner, heretofore doing bn sinrsa nndr the name and firm of Giaiu and Brandtis this day dissolved Dy rouruai con.oi. busineta will be continued by Mmnuliaa Giaaa.who will tettle the bookt of tho o'dfirm. ' " CI AM It BRANDT. , Lancaster, July 14. 1853. . 10-lm. STAnSERY & VAN Tauiap, Attorneys at Law 1 HAVE Removed theirOIBceto the room formerly occupiedby Wm.J. Keeae, Esq., Immediately oppo- aitethe residence of Dtniel!luSord,q. - Lancaster, March 18. 1H60. - 4S Iraaa Varulali. A NEW article, eaoresaly for iStovea, Urate, ixoa XX Fencet.ate., luasreooived at tL B. HUNTER CO- Businese Notice. . 1 hare this dav disposed ofthe Gazette astabliah ment to THOXAi S Sj.acon.TBt, Eaq- All those In debtedto me for Subscription, Advertising or Job Work, are respectiully solicited to tettle without de ity. Until the first of August next J subscription ac count isn be paid at the rate of two dollars per y etr After that time, I will be compelled to collect tl a heavy expense aud thall aecettsrily be ander the neeeraitv ol ohargmg the higheat terms. I give am pie time, however, for a settlement, and would much prefer that those indebted would pay their account . .. a -. ... rt.nbrwL.ivrn unner tne nrr oner. uLuftutiiai. M...K lfisa.. " fc! " - - -" - ; N. In my absence, accouuri caa 'o settled it TEETHt TEETnn TEETIIIH DRS. CRIDER k WILLIAMS DENTISTS. Or. riceorrpositethe Tsilmadg lioate, it tho old Thshaviae d teased taetb. at trell at thoaa who have no taeih.tre invited lo call, wkb tha aa- th.t ihuv can fill earinua teeth ao at to lave them and render them useful during life. Artificial teeth inserted, from one ta a full set, oa gold plates, and warranted to anwer tbe purpose ol the natural onrans in the most satiifactory manner. Being per manently located in Unraatar these baring work dona will not. ineurtheritk IneWimtio tha employ ment of trtntieut Ucntittt. 1 oev ao nor win uujpuj ed to fill tenth partlv with tin rnU.and then fimrh tho phis by inaertiiigarayerof gold oa top, end then ihargo the price ofegold plug, like tome profession al maa of great note aiid prateaawnt have aeea doing. June 15,, lSoa-oam.. ....... ; s-, -. . . - ' Faltfield County AfrTieett"""' sloclety. rilHE members tnd stleiher Psotu i who feel an JL Interest la promoting the welfare of too FairUald Couuty Agricultural Society. "3?" niZted toVr t TreaursT rfmMmy, th. fee t raembevthlp without Way, inord-t that tha oiTicara mav be enabled ta make tbe necessary pro P?rZ forth. Fair to b. heUU October next. ft ia hoped that all will tea tho aeceetrty of prrmpt neta.. Tkkat wiU be prepsxad to lulU'jb, aaaaUta at lime of payment., ' '.'..,. For conreniene, paymenU will be rewired at tha store of Messn. lUber, Kutz A To. J cTWaavra, 3. JOEX REr2vVt. Julf 1J.1BS3, -,. , w. . -