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At tlili office, two boys, 17 17 or 18 yraj'e of u tines. ppli- gi to learn the prin'ijlg bujj caUoa must be madrsoon. . EjcresittL.(Ut;tiTto1Li'e have been (written to by several of our Whig friend tart the State JournJrqaectiajr. ufchLMib- lish statement of the expenditure by the Legislature durio-the lasl?two""Vara. and mailer thnnAritiniia Afk rati n n 1 1 1 ,1 . tion. We hare been compelled to answer that thrre U no document extant here an onts:dr can get at the exact fijures of the araougt for these two sessions.. At the last aession, and (award it s clone, an effort was oTaJe by Mr. Morgan, (f Md'sfcinjurn, to fier at Ihese facts. Tie fntruduoed" a r esoWion, J prefacing ; it witb the remark that charg?, of extiavagance in expenditure, See., had been made against the -lVgislayire, and making U the duty of the Auditor f Ftute to prepare and publish t statement, of the varl cus items of expenJituVe fur each ofltietwo suasions under (he new , constitution. As this charge of extravagance was made gen erally over (he State, and as no official an nounceomnt of these expenditures had been made, there alas, herej a gaod chance to set the matter right, If there had been any im proper charges. It would! seem - to an un prejudiced mind that the j,ocofico party would have been jjlsdof an opportunity to correct the statements which very jrenerall prevailed, end to their prejudice. . llw did they trcat.lhe resolution ot Mr. Morgan? They laid It on the table by a party vote."- They said, by the act, that the people might get. the truth of these statements the best way tliey could; they would get no help ftoin the Ligislature. So they choked down all efforts (e get at the facts, and to this day there is no published official statement, ol which we have any knowlodje, that throws any light on thaubjoct. . In the absence of any official st temont, we are left to depend upon our own knowl edge of the fads, to form our estimate.- We know that members voted thrniatlves four dollars ner dav.' We know that tint r.lrk and eergeonts-at-arm and their army pf assistants were paid the same sum., W know thnttha printing ol the first year was very large, end at pricet vastly above the contract prices oi me last year. - The Day t Xon Gnelte, in an article on this subject sums up the expenses as follows: The constitution thut 'Instrument which' was placed "in the hands of its friend." provides thut "All,. reulur sessions of the General Assembly hull commence on (lie flrstMondny of January, biennially:" thut Is, here shall be one sessi.in every two years. Instead of this, the last Legislature held two session In fane yesr, each session rovoring about .20 doy. The members, ho vever like the fellow who was bronchi up twice In the course of a week to be fined for drunkenness, and-plead in bar of the scr. ond offence that it was "the sumo old drunk', got round the .difficulty, and over the con. etkuUun by saying that the; second session was only the Utel half of the first; or in oth. er words, that it was the same old a s Hon a (I the time. -., Be this is it may, (hero was a wssteof time, and by consequence a waste of the peiple'e money, fur which no parallel cm be found in the history of Ohio. For the first half of that "same old ens', r ion,"-the expense account footed up as fal lows: IVr diem of 40 clerks, serjeant-at-arms snd their assistants, 120 Jsys at $4 per duy, ... Twelve , Messenger ' boys, 120 . days at fil per day, : Per diem of members 120 days at $4 a day,' ;' ' Paid for PrinHng"'' -' ; ' , .- $10,200 1,-140 BJ.400 30,000 Total, y.- ; . . . 113,000 The .est half of the session was as long as the first. I'erlisps two or three of the hu perfluous Arsistant clerks were discharged during a purtiim of the time, for the auks of sppearanoes, but Hie total of. expense wae not matcrinlly diminished; so that .the ex penses of the rniire session could nut' have been much if any, below 525,000! ' ' The same article further eaysi ' ' Contrast the' first, session under the new constitution. with preyiout sessions and we tilink the people will uVaiiU that the former, as the Whit; resolution declares, "was a lux nry altogether too expensive for lliis erono-tnii-alage." In 1844-5, the VVIiles came into power, and held possession of the Leg islnture till 1848.TDuring those four yeans tinucr ine system ol annual sessions, the en tire' pay 'of members, clerks, snrjeant-at-arms, and messenger boys, amounted to 9114,478 an average of only $38,019 a year. ' ' 9 ' . : . Now, if (he expenses of the last two years have been mistuted, let us and the people know whereiin It will not do to any that the tax for Stole purposes is no more on the dollar than It Was under Whig admlnlstra ion.- .--V " ! :." 1 ...... l' 'it - -- - .... . ' .. PHiLADKtrHU,8epti 80th. America ar- lu.J ll.lif. I.., ..l-kl .k. . " ii"..iB i- ". iii, siis llt-u .irOIH Liverpool at 10 A.- M., Suturilny 17tli. . Hteamer Ilaltlo arrived nut 'evening Ulh. - ltradtBffs, all finalities considerably ad vanr.ed, with larger business at advanced rate. -' ,t . , .- .V. . t 1 1 . L ... . A JAtkVl .' 1ITL . a Flour, western canal go. fd(8i. Rsl- timore and Philadelphia a ls(8)33 9d. Ohio 3J., advance Uft2s. - Corn, white 84s 8J36.. . Yellow 33 to Provision!, beef. Prime mess nw 95a. Western pork 70s., New 75 80s. (KrThere is a lady 'at Saratoga of such exteeiung-- tightness, mat a whlir - ef wind mew ner over tne house, nits thistledown. 8he is a blue eyed creature, and ao volatile and etherlal that we should . not be at all surprised to' hear that aha had retired from the world, and taken up ber residence in a honeysucklev ; . ;. -'..: '.; .... , , ' OCrShadrscb, the fugitive slave, who es caped from Soston a yea brtwo ago, keeps an eating house in Montreal, and it is aaid has married a white woman. ;( ., . "K4X4 'Jo," a. Sandwich Isla'nder.ha's been convicted of . manslaughter at New London, Cone,, in killing Mr, Uuker, mate ofa whale ship, In the Pacitic . , OrRev. Dr. Cbulee, who . ae companied with bis lady Coin. Vanderbuiltd to Europe oo bis yacht expedition, has a work uearly .ready for the press, descriptive ' of the jour- . y. " . " '.-' v.; ; , WiSHisoTOK, Sept. 80. The Washing ton Tnion ssya France and England have no made their view knows to the U. 8., is the Ceseta matter.' 1 . - jjw0The Medical College at Genevaj I?. if haft au ana r! .i . . i ; .. . Thi Death or Yeuao Loockmab. The Easton (Md ) Gaiette confirms the state ment we published on Friday concerning the death of John Loockman. "The aid affair occurred on Tuesday uiht about 10 o'clock, at,ruiudca!ing," nnr K-'jal Oak, Talbot county, the residence of T. R. Loockman. the brother of the deceased. ' The Gaaette gives the fjllowing particulars: Itsppears that for some time past, the inhabitants of ."Plaindelaling" have been troubled by the discharge of brii-ks and oth er missiles at the house and the inhabitants. On the night stated bricks were thrown, snd Robert Hu'hey, overseer, and Wow H. Kercheval, gardiner, were on the watch with guns, accompanied. .by T. R Loock rodn. A brick was thrown, when Hughey fired, but without t-ffoi (. Kerrheval then siid he law a man . a short distance f-orn them,wheu Luockermau told him to fire at him.- He did so, and upon arriving at the spot, John Lonckerman,a brother of T. R L, aged about 17 years, who, it is said, had juiit pome out of the houe, was found dead, a rine ball having pierced his head jut a- bove the temple. Kercheval immediately started for Euston. and upon his arrival save himself up and was committed for examina tion. I.oorkerman was arrested on r iiday by MlienlT Clark, and oommittcd to i nl in do full iif liui.! for llireatening the lile of Ker- cuval. . Kercheval is an old man, a native of Eng land, and is verv food of the Loockermai s, and greatly distressed at the occurrence. It was. very dark where the attuir occurred. He is not, we believe, censured by the com munity. - Younj Loockerman was very much liked by his acquaintances, and waa a quiet, peaceable youth, and pieaant com pinion. Lockerman ia evidently much af fected at the loss of bis brother under such hfnrt-rending circumstances. The jury ol Inquest rendered the follow ing verdict: that John Loockerman came to his death accidentally by a ball or alug fired from a (run or rifle, siippnxed to be in the hands of William II. Kercheval. ' New Yokk, Sept 30. V passenger by tho Jihrlin, from Bermuda, states that the leaths from yellow fever at St . Georges, up to Sept. 25th, were 300 out ol a popula. tion ot4ou;. Som'tary Marcy's letter to Mr.' Hulso maun in the Cossta difficulty, appeared in a paper of this morning after a full and elab orated review of the whole affair, and a definition of the qualities requisite for on idopted citizen to claim protection from the U. S- He concludes e fol ows: "Th President does not see sufficient cause for disavowing the aetsoi th(V American agents which are complained of by Austria. Her cluitn for tatiifuclion on tint account has been carefully considered and is respectful ly declined. , - Di'ing convinced that the" seizure and imprisonment of (Costa were Illegal and un- jiiHtifi iblo, the President also, declinue to give his toiisent to his delivery. . After a full examination ol the viseas herein presented, he has instructed the un dersigned to communickte to Mr.. Hulse uiani) his confident expectations that tho Emperor of Austria will tuko the proper ineuus t'j cause Alurtin Cossta to be restored to tliu same comlition he was in before he was seized in the State of Smyrna on the 13th of J lino luxt. , (Signed.) W. L. Marcv. New from WA8HincTj.-We eipy the following from the Star: An Exntive Movement and chanje of sta tions of United States troops has jirrt been ordered as follows, viz: Pour companies of I the 1st artillery" ordered tu Forts Moultrie ("and Monroe; two companies to 'the Rfo drande, and one company to Fort Catron. ti'ist l laridii. f our eompunlss ef 2d arii. lery to the PeninsuU of Florida; one com. pany to Pensar.oln, Fla., end one company to Bit. hi Ft on e ll'irracks, La. Six compa nies of Die 3d artillery to the Pacific; one company flight artillery) to Fort Gibson Conn. Two companies of the 4th artillery to Fort Independence, M:is. The rc(jl mental commanders aro charged with the duty of deniirii'itiniT which companies of their command shall 611 this order. Tho troop, or. Wed South will not move until after the Yt How fever has subsided. The Yellow Fever m Florida. At Worrenton, Florida,' and vicinity, there have been about 500 enses of yellow fever, and 82 deaths. At Ponsacola the disease has disappeared. The United States frig ate Columbia, from San Juin. arrived off the harbor on tliu 2yih hint, bir. beliij warned not to enter, she sailed immediately for N. York. At Milton, Fla, the fever is said to be very bad. , Tub Rfcsitr Comst. Iloports on the new comet from nearly all the principal ob servatories of Europe have been received. Ft has been distinctly , visible at Dieppe, r ranee, from the sea shore,, The astrono iner Hind, assigns It a diameter of 8,000 miles, and to its tail a length of four and a half millions, and a breadth of 250,00; dis tance from the earth sixty-eight millions of miles. , . . ' ' '' A , Substitute job f?rERBKpT7i,rRo..-.A system of elee.troty ping moulds taken of type in wax, which Is said td have a decided advantage ovor ordinary sterreotyping, It Is said has been adopted in New York. The process is aa follows.; , . - Having taken a mould of the Ivdo in wax. they put it into a solution of eopper.nnd ap- piv to it a poweriui galvanic battery, which causes the copper to be deposited with such accuracy upon the mould as to make a per- net eopper lace, which will last much long er than the ordinary' metal face, with- nut costing any morn. The process occu pied about twelve hours. It it aaid the Messrs, Harper employ this process exalu ively in their establishment. : Emigration to North Carolina. The North Carolina papers are discussing mean to draw foreign emigration to that Htate. It aeem that of the twenty-one million of acre of land in that atate lea than aix mil- ona are improved; and for these elx mil lion there I not on laborer for every twen ty.flve acre, whereas a high atate of culti- vation would require five times a mony. There J also a great demand for common laborer for public work, railwaya, plank roada, &c- , New; York, Sept. 80. Tho steamer ufflwj nge wmcn ion a lew daya ago for Liverpool and Australia, when two dnva out one ol her boilers was tound to leak, and she came to anchor in the bay; but on ex ! .l f. r- i.i. . i , nminauon u wii lounu met a uoio nau oeen drilled by some malicious person, and it be- eamo necessary to detain the ship and re pair tne boner, one sailed luia morning. ,t A Traordt. A terrible tragedy occurred a snort distance irom anreveport, La,, on the 3d Inst. An altercation occurred be- ,twoen Mr. Sidney Kerley and . Mr. Thorn ... ' : .. ' I. . I. . tr , . vi&Tirn ai jpeare -. ,nat iur. a.eney nrsa a snot pun, loauea wiln snot, at Air, Given,, and inflicted a mortal wound; but before Mr. Given expired, he fired a revolv. er several times at Mr. Kerlev. which took effect, and be also expired In two and a half Hour afterward. ' OCTOBER. " Solnmn.ystVuiill'ul tb viw. Month til mv hnrt! thau tmil here, With nd snd tided leavtt to Mrow Tho Summer's lueLachoiT bisir, Tt monint ( lhywind hear, 1 A thn red suonK di?s fur. . And banoi purpI clouds sppmr - Thou solemn month! I hurt).. ' " ' lttelltavoulofoth-iiyc. - - U'ku k... - l: 1 ' hna earth was lorcly to mj-size! olt iiom bright oil, Utmed hours. n her are thair livin' rsptures nowJ ' I tk my spirit's wnrud pewm . j, .... ...I ask my pals sad fovered brow! i, ; . ', I look to Natur.nas.1 behold My life's din emblem, ruilUnr round. In huu ofirim on sad of g.-Jd . . . The roar's dead honors . tks ground: And aifHin; with the winda. Iloel" While their toir piuioaia savrmur by, How muoh Iheir sweeping tone roveat. Uh liis and huntn daiiny... - Wlien Spi laj's deligtUotn nwimiis shone, "' ' 1 hey i-anw in x. pliyrs from the ween.- Tny bore tho wood lack's melting tune,. Thy slirrod the btse lako'a glassy breast; Through Summer.fiintin; In the heat, . The, lingered in theforeat thadej -' But chaoud nd strengthened sow, they beat In atoria. o'er mououin ghn, sod glade. . How like thoeetranapoTtaofthe breast '- When Iif.- i froah anJ joy itnpw Sort a the halcyoa'a dnirny. neat! . Andtriniiurtallas thoi'aretriiAf ' ' TlHty stir Mis leaves In that kright wrmth, Which Hope about her forehead twines, . iill liru.f'a hot aighs around it breathe, ' Then Pluasuro's Up ita amile resign. . Aha. for Tune, ond nelH,anJ esm, ' - ,. Wliaf jrloonvshout oor-way theylinr! : ' Likerlouda in Autumn' mtr air. i n. niinai pi. . . i j ...... I pag.n- orthrt Spring, that each aucreaave 1 Tho dream aucreaave year Keened bathed in h.iei of brighter pride : At laat like withrd leavea ajipnar, . - And sleep in darkoeas aide by aide.' ' Ft'STHKR Ne' rno New Mexico. The Santa Fe mail arrived at Independence, ' i on ine itn mst Among; tho passen eerwaMr. Risrirs. of Wsshinirton citr.'- Guv. Lane, the American candidate. It was snpposod, would be elected to Congress, over uaittjros, wjto Is supported by a few wealthy Mexicans. Major Weihtman, it is said, did not receive a sinsle vote in the conven tion. Mr." Merriwetlier. the now Governor. is sain to be very popular, but it is feared he will have some trouble with the Navnjoln dians, who have refused to civo tip the mur derers demanded bv Governor Lane Trouble is also apprehended with the Eu- tahs, who are said to be very insolent. On the'ni?ht before the mail left the prls oners confined In jail broke out. Among them were the murderers of John Finnegan, lormoriy oi cumne'land, Hd. The head qunrters of the army are Derma nently established at Albuxuerqne, to which point M.ijor Carlton's company of dragoons ure ordered, tul. Brook s company of ar tillery are to jro near the MeBsilo Valley. " Mews from below is still that a large body of Mexicans are near El Pasn; but there ie, it is said.no probible ground for the rumor. G. V. Brooke. A lute London paper says that Mr. Brooke, an English tragedi an, is now tho property of three specula tive California gentleman, to whom . he under an ' engogemcnt to perform ' eight hundred nighls, which will run over four years, and for which, exclusive of traveling Hit I other expenses; he receives 16,000. During this engagement, he visits London, Liverpeol, Manchester, Birmingham, Dublin, N. York, Boston, Philadelphia, N. Orleans, Mobile, Charleston, Havana, San Francis co, Sacramento, Rio de Janeiro, Valparaiso and Melbourne. ,. Tnt Frksmel Light. An interestins ob ject at the Crystal Palace is said to be the r resnel. I,ighttset op by Captain Mead, of t'le corps of topographical engineers. It is a rev'iVlvins; v flashing light,' about -tesr-fv high ond six feet in .diameter, made in the shspeof a twenty-four sided glass, termin ating in a truncated cone or dome, and con taining over one thousand lines or prisms, nicely fitted together, and reflecting an im mense body of light. Its cost in Paris was some. $7,000 or 8,000, it is to bo put up at Cupe HuUerns. , .' ' . j The Governor of Maine devotes most of his message to the Legislature, which tins just conveuedjn special session, to the con tracts for the sale to Mnine of the lands in that State owned by Massachusetts.' The total quantity of these is over 1,100,000 acres, located on the Kennebec waters, the Arp8took,and the upper waters of the river St. John, Massachusetts offers to sell these for $302,600. , fJT"Tiie letter of Socretary Marcy to the Chevalier Ilulscmann, fills over five colamna In tho New York Ti'mM, Rnd Is entirely too long for our columns, and we. must content ourselves with an abstract, which wt will give next week. ' OyMarshfleld, Mass, where now repose the remain of the great statesman, Daniel Webster, has been during the past summer, visited.it is said, by nut less -than 13,000 persons, and the crowds atlll continue to throng the place. ......- Waskihotos Tkrritort. The Colum bian, published at Olympia, iu this territory, speaks in the most cheering term of the "present and future" of Washington. The immense additional population, has created new wants, particularly of flour and other staple articles. , . . , . , ,. The Pacifio Railroad. The democrat ic party, not only of the South, but at the north also, are coming out against the scheme of constructing the Pacifio Railroad by th? Federal Government, , . , ftirCol. Manypennyr Commissioner of Indian Affairs, tins left Independence, Mis souri, for the Indian country, to open ne gotiation with the different tribe. , 7.; Wealth of . MtcnioAii. Thef'nezregate valuation of the real and personal propeity in Michigan, a fixed by the State Board of I'.qnalnation, i 8130.363,474 nearly four times a much as in 1351, , ' itfrHiram, my boy," aaid a tender father to hi son, "you , must be more careful of yourself. . You have not the constitution of some." ' . "Don't you believe it; I've got a constitu tion ofa horse. Dang it, if I don't believe I've got the constitution of the United State." , ftfrThe Ovid Boo sap that a runaway horse was stopped a few days since, in that village, by just throwing a bucket of water in his face. In. this city we manage things differently.' We pour out the water, and then throw the bucket at him. ' ,:; "Prut, Miss C.,' auid a - gentleman the other evening, "why are the- ladiea to fond of offlcersl" i 4 .. . : "How stupid?" replied he; "i It not nat ural mat a lady should like a good offersirV "Bit. Smith, don't you think Blr Skee Slcks is a young man of namt" nanldal. lyo, Miss Brown; hoi part numb-kull, and part knave, and part fool."; . RoorjRe generally die poor. Every time they make a dollar by cheating, they have to epeod. Icq shillings in law. .... ... ..', ( (J5rKisne hai been convicted. v; ' riSII Miite,Plckrl, Trout and RsaforsaWbv k 1 bbl. 1 bbl. t bVM . WlLHirM'. ' a-a ; LOCAL INTELLIGENCE, v Court of Common Pleat. Thi court Is in session to-day, and bis honor Jude V hit man is dispatching business with his usual promptness. Quite a number of cases were disposed of; all of which were of no general interest save to the parties litigant. The grand jury was Impanneled and "sent up, but owing to the operations of the new Code which, places all minor, criminal .business within the jurisdiction of the Probate Court, we are of tpinio that there will be but lit tie business in this branch of the Court. Several cases under (he new Code are on the docket which will eerve to learn the Lawyers its modus operandi. y. The Probatt Court is also in session and has disposed of several cases of assault . and battery, &e. Judge Radebaujh preside with much dignity end ably discharges his responsible duties as criminal judge. Th Citg GuarJs.r-This company held a meeting in the City Hall on Saturday eve ning last and elected non-commissioned of ficers, adopted a Constitution and transacted quite an amount, of business. . The Roll of ihe Company numbers 51 members. We learn that Capt. Schleich has ordered the company to. meet on to-tnorrow evening for drill. We may soon expect to ' see the "Guards" ' armed and equipped", on the streets . Success to the Company . TAu TartU Soup. We were one of about a hundred persons who feasted on .Turtle Soup lastSaturday night at the Messrs. Mil ler's New Saloon, and are' also one of a hundred who unite in pronouncing it a lit tie the best that was ever made in the city Their Saloon is large and tastefully fitte' up. ' It is, in fact, the only one ever prop' erly opend In tb? city. We shall not at tempt to do it justice in a single notice, bit. shall conclude by christening it the Excel ciob Saloor. ,' . Battle of the Thames.-On this d;.y, (Oc tober 6th,) forty years ago, Gen. Harrison obtained a signal victory over the combined forces of British and Indians under Gen. Procter and Tecumseh on the river Thames in Upper Canada. Gen. Geo. Sanderson commanded a company from Lancaster in that engagement, and we are told that he and bis brother Robert Sanderson, Esq., o Rushcrcck township are the only two of the company now known to be living. .flew AJvertieemenls. It will be noticed that Mr. SearLes has opened his new stock of goods to the inspection oi the public. We speak from observation, when we say that his present new stock surpasses all preceed ing ones, and his prices are a shade lower than formerly. We can see no reason why this market should not be suppled with as good an assortment of Deoks as any other in the State. We have the population, the wealth and the intelligence. Let every man in the county see the importance of reading, and set to work to collect himself an useful, if not an extensive library. . Sprinyar cj- Trout again- address them solves, through the columns of the Daily, to the citizens of this county, and. invite thetr attention to their superior stock of Clothing which they are offering at rates that wil "astonish the nation," and induce even those who have good clothes to purchase ;or fear the price on the article might take a n'j I For truly, the price is too low to last long ! Givo them a call, Mr. Wkavur offers valuable and conven iont property for sale. See his advertise mcnt. The offer is a good one. Common Pleas. In tho slander case of Wm. Con and wifo against Wm. Sorrels, the jury rendered a verdict of $100 in fa vor of plantifT. l'rysipel'is citn be Cured. Read Ihe itatetnent of one who has Differed from it for 20 yean and hat been entirely cured by Dr- H'caver'i Mciicine. Mystic Bridge, Ct., January Mth, 1SIS3. Dr. S. A. Wmvb -Dear Fir Ths great benefit which I have received from your Canker and Rait Rheum Syrup and Cerate, prompt me to ooar Ihe following testimony in their favor, that other alike afflicted, may atone resort to thorn and experii'iico a aiinllai blessing. I have for the laat twenty yuan been greatly afflicted with Kryslpelaa, so much an that it la utterly impossible (or me to find lan guage to describe my sufferings. The dUea'.. first appeared upon my ankles, which Lacaint: very much inflamed snd so swollen as to crack np.-ii and constantly discharge a thin watery mattor. Whilo In this condition the heat and itching waa a'most In tolerable, allowing me no rest day or night. Ihala applied to Physicians in various places, Soma o whom afforded ma temporary reliuf, but could do nothing towards eradicating it from my system. The disease grew upon me in aptts of all their akill, and for the last n!ns rears I have been boyond all hops of being cured. A part of Ihe lima I have been un able to get from my room, and sometimes entiroly blind for days. Being broken of rest and confined to ths house, my appotite fai'ed and my genaral health became much impaired. ' ' ITavinglrnqiiontly heard or your woodorful medicines, bow they had brought joy to tha hoarls of thousands, who, like me, wore discoursed, I resolved to try them myself Accord' Ingl y, aboutlons year ago, I commonced taking your ayrup, which at first seemed to make my disease worse on the surface. I soon found it was tho modi, clnn I needed, and I persevered, using the Cerate en the humor aa it cams out, which caused it to bo much mora comfortable, snd very soon to heal. I have taken three bottles full of Syrup, and uaed a small quantity of ths Cerate. I am now apparently walli free from the Erysipelas, appetite good, general health fully restored, and actively engaged lu the duties pf life, with no other inconvenience than boing too floihy. I am 65 years of age, and I foal that rour Medicines have wrought almost a miracle upon me. ; PHKBB BILLINGS, , Reference, JPncna Biuiaos, Mystic Bridge, or G. B. BuLtsoa, New London, Ct. , I. N. Harris Jt.Co., Cincinnati, gonfrM sgnnls for the South and Wait, eVd in Lancaster, wholesale and retail by KaulTman & Co., and by druggists generally in th State. , Pit. GUYSOTTS YELLOW DOCK AND BARSA. PARI .LA, for the cure ofdisoase, or as a Spring purier of the blood and asa general tonie for the ev item, U unrivaled. , , . - , Ths curative power of this Extract aro truly wonderful, and all invalids should make immediate rial of tho "Ybllow Docs and SARaAPAu.i.A " It cannot injure the moat delicate patients THEN FLY FROM MI.NKBAl, NOSTRUMS TO SEEK hope, life sad vigor irons this purely vegetable remedy. Therefore, however broken In health and spirits, however loathsoms to himself and others, let no one despair of recovery; let tho patient only un dentand that his hnoe of ohvaleal restoration lies in HJuysotfa Extract of Yellow Dock sad tiarsaparilla." and pursued him for hia - - LIFE'S BAKE. " ' to try It, and wo have no hesitation In predicting hia speedy restoration to health. , - . P"S advartlaemsnt. v . .. . i i ' ' i ' ' ,-i DOOR Mats,. Brooms, 8umr Buekots. eorersd Boxes, etc.. st .Ufa HUNTKR4CO. ltl.iuk Siimuiuti COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. " " . JLuueutlrr ITlark'l. Giitni Officr, Oct. 6 Wheat 81,00 Flour t55 Oats 35- Corn 2830; Pota roes 40(350; Rye 60; Flax Seed 80; Butter ia- v - Cls v:a;i:l Sarltcu. : ' ' Clxvelisd, Qct. 4. Wheat Since our report yesterday aalet have been , made of 3000 bush northern mixed Railroad from store 1,13; 3000 bu 'Railroad Mediterranean store 1,19; 9000 .hush, northern white from store 1,35; I860 bush mixed northern afloat 1,31; 3100 bu Mediterranean afloat fl.194. Canal receipt continue very light and not withstanding the- high price that wheat ia bringing here but little is coming forward compared to the demand. Flour Holder of stiait brands of fresh superfine are asking 6,75 a 6,87, but we doubt if salea could be made to exceed the former. . Fancy , held at 88,00 and choice extra 6.15; bat transactions are limited and sale nominally coofined to supply retail trade and a better: inquiry exists tor strait brand than there does for. fancy or cboice extra, ,4'anal receipts for a few days have been ttomperitively light, and a less disposi tion to ship has existed aa holders prefer our market to shipptner east. --: " : , fork Mess Pork ha advanced and is now held at $16, with but little on the mar ket.; f- ' ,:. . Salt Prices advancing; fine from Teasel 1,65 a 1,70, front dock 1.75. j ' 7- - f Freights Flour to.Tonawanda, Buffalo and Dunkirk 15c?' grain dor do 4c; flour to Oswego 40e; grain do 9J a 40c; Boor to Ug densburg 50c; grain do 13 a 12Je. ..' " New Work Markeu ' Niw. Yorx, Oct. 4. Flour demand for western and state, less active and tnarke easier with fair, local but limited export de. mand owing to the.; absence of vessels. freights tending upward better grades hear ier and inactive; sales western canal 8500 bbls 6,947,00for common to slrait atate; 6,87(37,00 for mixed to fancy Mich, and Ind. and common to food Ohio. r . ,n . :. . Wheat the sale are restricted and price are 35 lower the bulk of the sale are . to arrive; sales 30,000 bu -White southern on board ship at Baltimore for Liverpool lOd freights on private terms; 4.000 bo good red southern 1,37 a 1,40; 15,000 bu white Onio to arrive 1,50 a 1,53; 310,000 good Mich to arrive 1,53; 10,000 bu prime do 18 and 4,' 000 bu prime to choice Genesee 1,53 a 1,58 IlookS for the Million. rTWIK undersigned, in presenting his NEW STOCK L lr BUUhS to ine eiuwni ol f airneld county, Tuala iustifiod in aavinc that a lanrer and morn com. plete asiortmcnt of nw and standard publications was never before olio red In this city. Having pur chased hia slock on the moat liberal terms, ha real a aalisfied that he can aupply hia customers at champ er rates than has ever been known in this market Ho invitea the attention of the reading public to tho ii it. i.:i. 1 - I . . e i . . i lOilowinjE uaii sweu u,y itmpis oi naa enure purcnaae: Vanity Fair, a NoVel without a hero, by William i hacnoray. Th Nile Boat. ..' - ? , ... - . Family Bibles, at all prices. Vockat Bibles do , ' II i ma Books of all kinds. 1 - ' . ' Gift Books of all kinds. . . ' ' English and German Catholic Book of all kinds. , uoway oioiei. - Note Hooks of all kinds. " Rchool Books of all kinds , at wholoaalo and retail nrirei. A large lot of Cap, Letter, both Commercial and tnvoiopa rsperand iiianx nooas oi auainaa. Novels, latest publications. . Landscape Gardening and Rural Architecture, by Downing. , v , It will be seen by tha above that ha has consulted tho intereata and tastes of the entire community, and leaves no reasons why every family should not be in possesion or s small Library. THanklul for trie liberal patronage of a ganerpua public in Maya agon,' no earntsuy invues a continuation oi ins aame. JOJ1N 8EARLS. TTStore immediately npposito ths Washington Hotel ana one door wet oi inoeayfligt institute. Lancaater, Sopt. 4, 1853. J. 8. -1 city l'ropcrty' for le. vY THE undersigned oflors for sals the property now occupied bv him as a reaidence. upon the south- wost cornnrof Chestnut strout and Centra alloy. It ia located In ihe central part of tho City, and will be soia upon rcasouauie lenna. ' GEO. WEAT.JU Lancaster, Oct E, 1S53. 3div "MAN KNOW THYSELF." An Invnlimblo ItnnV for 2,t Cents.' 'SVERT FAMILY 6H0TJIE HAVE A COPT.1 t f I Iflfl COPIItS SOLD IN IKS! I.HAK TH111.' vlUU vf MowTiia. A now edition, revised and improved, iust issued. Da. Huntkh's MvmcAi. Manuat. aht iiawp sons roil I'hk ArnicTun Cnn'ainins an outline of tho origin, progress, treatment and cure of every lorm oi uiseaae enntractea uy promiscuous sexual Intercourse, br aelf-abuae, or by sexual excess, with advire for their prevention, written in a familiar stylo avoiding all medical technicalities, and every thing that would oflond the ear of decency, from tho rosiilt of some twenty years successful practice, ex clusively cevoted to the curs of diseases ot a deli cate or private nature To which is added, receipts for the cure of the a bovedUoasos, and a treatise on the causes, symptoms and cure of the Fever snd Ague, for twonty-five cents a copy; aix copies one dollor; will be forwarded to any part of the United States, by mall, free of poat Ku. Address, postage paid, I'osdiin & Co., Publish ers, or "box 11, Post Oilice. Philadelphia "This is without exception, the most comprehen si. n and Intelligible work published on tho class ol diseases of which it treats. Avoiding all technical tenns. it ar.dreae itself to the reason of its readers It u Tree flora allohjoetionable matter, and no pa ri'ni, ho" 0er fastidious, can object to placing it in tlie hands ol his aona. The author has devoted many vcarH to the treatment of the various complaints iv,. a led of. and 'with too little breath to putf.' and 'too litin presumption to Impose.' hs ha a ottered to th" world at tho merely nominal price Ol 28 cents, thnfrniisnf some twenty years most successful prac lice." Hknaiji. .'No leachor or parent should ba without the knowledge imparted in thia invslnablo work. It would ave yoara of pain, mortification snd sorrow to the youth under their charge." l'norLit's Anvo- CATV. ..:- A I'rosbytorian clorjymsn in Ohio, in writing of "Hunter's Medical Msnual," says. Thousanda upon thousands of our youth, by evil example and the in fluence of I lie passion, have been led into the habit ol self pollution without realizing tlie sin and tearful consequence upon themselves and their posterity. The constitutions of thousanda who are raising faml lioa ha v been enfeebled, if not broken down, and thnv do not know ths cauae or ths euro. Any thing that can be dune anto enlighten and influence the public mind aa to check, snd ultimately to remove thia wide spread source of human wretchedness, would confer ths gruateat blessing next to tne religion ol Jeans Cnriat, on the present and coming generations. In temperance, (or the use of intoxicating drinks,) though it has alaln thousands upon thousanda, is not a greater scourge to the human race.-: Accept my thank on behalf of the .afflicted, snd, believe mo, your co-worker in the good work yon are so actively engagodln." ' Ore copy Will b forwarded (securely enveloped and postags paid, on receipt of 25 cants, or six copies for ft.- Address, COSDKN It CO., Publishers, Box 106, Philadelphia. . Bookseller, Cantanert and Book Agenit, ' tup. piled o the meet liberal ttrmt. - .. Lancaster, May 19, 1863. . ;. . , . . 1-ly. , v Piii'intilaT ImpMMiiPiilH. I JARMERR will find at tha Oitat Bardvmr Store , evert dascription and tha beat quel it y of Farm ing Implements. We have now oa hand, 85 Dos. Caat Steel Hoas ' 36 " Ames' and Linpincott't Stsol Shovels 15 " - Snyder's and Rowland's long handle do ... 6. Seta Cultivator Taeth . RO Waldron'a.Darling'aaiLamb'sOrass Scythes ' -30 do do " do Corn do :, . S " Orirtin's and Waldron's Briar do 6 Wollord's and Yankee Grain Cradles ; '" SO Scythe Snathes - , ' ; v , u' 50 Csst-sfeel Hay and Straw Forks , 10t Best Hay Rakes -:!: 300 Scythes Rifles. Crumereek and Indian . Pond Stones. . . All of which ws have purchased direct from tha manufacturers for cash snd will sell a low, if not lower than laat years prices. . . . - . , KFf'INGkB. WHITS A LATTA. '-' Lancaster. May 4, 1853 " ' ' 1 .- -M . ' Falrfleld Coanty Agrlcaltaral Society. r"4UE members and all other persbas'who feel, an interest in promoting tha welfare of the Fairfield Couutv Agricultural Society, are respectfully re quested to pay to tha Treasurer ot said Society, the fee for membership without delay, in order that the olfimr mav b enabled to make the necaaaary pre- f.s rations for the Fair to be held in October next t Is honed that all will aaa tha eecaasitv ei BTamot- neaa. . TickeU'Will ba prepared to furniah members aLtimS. of payment. ...' ' ' For convenhnca, payments will bsreceilred at tha store of Messrs. Rober, Kut fc Co. ' ' J. C. WMTaa. SC. - JOlittlOTtlarJVstf;- Th Fobeioh News. In Saturday' is. sue the newa by ths steamer Washington reported that war in Europe wa inevitable. The toamer America now announce the tartling fact that war ha commenced th Turkish force having attacked the Ras- ian outposts. Russia ha been kept at bay by the" demonstrations of the tin-rounding powers, or ere this the would have eeized Turkey. England and France, in th com mencement, both took decided ground a gainst th movement of Russia, -and it Is to be lamented that they no ' manifest a dis position to bask out, not 'only witb their fleet front the; Black eea.but from U -con nection with and defence of the Turkish policy." ' It"i lo be" earnestly hoped that the suirjunding power will come, to the aid of Turkey and eee that aha is not blotted from existance by the Russian army,;': . JUARcrACTUB of; WaoucH? Iaow. Th papers at Cleveland, Sandusky and Detroit' are much occupied with a discussion of the results arrived at by the introduction of Ren ton's new process of making wrought. iron direct from the ore by . the use of: mineral coal instead of charcoal. It was lately tried at Cincinnati, with a, quantity of Lake Su perior iron ore, and during the 6ratiz hour 1,249 pounds of blooms were made out of 2,436 bounds of ore 'A portion of the Iron waa rolled into bar', and was found, by - se vere test, to be an article remarkable foe toughness. Similar results were attained with Ohio and Virginia limestone iron ore. According to the Cleveland Herald, the new process economizes fuel, as.by measurement, it only take one and a half ton of minora' coal to make a ton of bloom. By thia meth. od the Ohio ore, will yield about forty per cent of iron, and the Lake Superior ore from fifty to eixty per cent., and the cost of making a ton of iron 1 considerably reduced. The value of the invention may be seen from the fact, which is stated by the Herald, that the patent-right for New Jersey ha al ready been sold ' for (50,000, for Ohio at $100,000, for Wisconsin at $20,000, end for Western Pennsylvania at $60,000, . One effect of tho introduction of this process will be to increase very largely the demand for miners' coal. ' . ftCTWe publish the following by request ' Rome, Athena co.,. Ohio, Oct. I. ' Dr. M. Z. Kbeideb Dear Sir: Though an entire stranger to you, and most of th people in Fairfield county, you will please excuse me for addressing you a few line at tins moment, Permit me to say that I most deeply regret that you could hot conveniently accept the nomination tendered to you by the Athens County Temperance Mass Meeting, (held Sept. 23,) a I am persuaded that the great cause of temperance, in which I trust we are mutually engaged, would have been bet ter served in your hands than in mine, for the reason that you are better known in that portion of this Senatorial district than I am, and I am confident that you would have re ceived the undivided support of temperance men, of all parties, in this county. As you truly sny, " I am sensible that in this dis trict the standard bearer should be a man who can go into the field with great mental and physical ability, and able to devote hi whole time and energy to the work." For this reason, I am sensible that the time un til the election is so short, that I, (who wa chosen as the alternate eaodidate in the event you declined,) cannot possibly hope to be fairly or rightly represented in Fairfield county; but I would eny herot my .only ob jeet is to do good. I am a Democrat of 25 years standing in this county, my views and opinions in reference to State and National policy are not in the leant changed. My only disagreement with any portion of our Democratic friends, is in reference to the policy that should be pursued by the Demo cratic party in relation to the temperance movement, which is now agitating the pub lic mind. 1 early engaged in the campaign last Spring, never stopping to inquire which, or whether any of the political parties would endorse the movement,notdoubting, though, that the Democratic party would be as likely to make the endorsement as any other, as their professed object wa to lab or for the good of the oppressed and down trodden of our men; but time developed the fact that we are unhappily divided on tin aubiect. - If thia should be received by you in time to give it a place in any or all of the Lan caster papers, it may be considered a small apology for the apace I now occupy before the people of this Senatorial District. With sentiment of high esteem, I am, truly, your friend and fellow-laborer In the cause of human emancipation from all op pression, etc. - , ': . WILSON SELBV. Dr. Z. Kbeioek. .... State of Ohio, Fairfiold county, ss. Court i . . 1 of Common Pleas. ' Alexander II. Caldwell snd James Ca'dwell, infant children and heira-st-law of James Caldwell, de- - ceased, by F.li.abeth Caldwell their : mother, and next friend, plaimiir, nrninj Joseph Caldwell, Alfred Caldwell. Samuel Caldwell. . Charles D. Martin, Administrator of the Katate of the said Jamea Caldwell, deceased, Michael Hiley, Fleming ft Tingle, and Samuel McClailen, creditors ot tne aaid Estate, defendants. rfllllC non-resident defendants, Alfred Caldwell snd X Samuel Caldwell, will take notice that on. the St h day of September, A.D. 1K53, tha aaid Plaintiffs filed their Petition In tho Clerk'a Office of the court of common pleas for aaid county, sotting forth in substance, that on the Wth day of July, A, D. 1842, the said James Caldwull, doce acd, cnnrevedall his Fstate to the said Alfred snd Samuol Caldwell, in trait to pay hia dobta and to support hia family during hia life, with power to dispose ol the remainder by a last Will snd Testament; that he died on the Kith day ol October. A. D. 18412. intestate, leaving the plain tiffs his helrs-at-law. That in tha execution of tha trust in May or June, A. I 1843, the said Trnatees sold and conveyed the following described Real Ka tate, parcel of th said trust estate, fraudulently, without adequate consideration and with the intent to defraud tha creditors and heirs of th said James Caldwell, that is: 164 acres southweat quarter of sec tion No. 6, township No 13, and range No Sl 336 acres south hall ol aoctioa No 6, township No 13, and range 31; Mb acres east half of section Na 34, town ship No 19, snd range No 31) 157 acres northeast quarter ol soction No 18, township No 13, and range No 81, in Franklin county, Ohio, and lfiO acres north west quarter of aeetioa No S3, township No 19, and ramre Nn 10. ia Morrow count v.. The object and prayer of th petition is, In sub stance, that the said conveyances ao made to Joseph Caldwell be set aside, and that the aaid land beaold, and tha proceeds be applied under the deed of trust, and that a tract of 53) acres in the aouth-east corner of the north-west quarter of section No 38, township No 16 and rang No 30, in Fairfield County, Ohio, reaiaini In the trustee, be sold, sad the proceeds be applied under tha aaid deed of trust That aa acT count be taken of thedebtsof the said atate,and that tha Trustees be removed and another traste bo ap pointed to execute the eatd trust. ' You wil, appearand demur, plead, or 'answer the aaid petition by th 19th day of Novambarir the aame wilt be taken as tree and confessed by you. M. KAGAY, CJerJtf, ' ' Of the court of common pleat for Fairfield county. Saptambar ii, 1863. , . . 6w30 ,f . .-! .JtJUB , 'ItJM. -V , Raeeivad thai day at the aheap store (opposite ShaetTer's Hotel) a large variety of Fancy dress Good such aa plain Borages of all colors.and prices. Figd oarages of many styles, and cheap, some very handsome, at only 12 cents s yard. - 7 y ' " v : f W. TV WISE. -. - exM0k-'f A -,?; now Stock tut Opened, at ptly reduced prloea , Jun 80, 1169. - f , ' W. T.'WlSK. - "c ranillr Plonr.' - ' ' ' '' " Prima article, Jlaolal. Roam's beat white whe Flour, far sale at II. B. HUNTKUA CO TUB SPXriIDID TaSXl ETCC ' "' ' or : I RODTXSO"! A TROTTT. . ' HAS just arrived from Cincinnati, al U ,rrMJ lor public in.Dection - ' 7TVT .VV" brated cosW. Co.' ' Stump's rLovRtserrxa Ho-r.-r. a r....'T'T" tionably extMUvo. aHoraing thech-p-X a'SIf ni&it cad-.trm; article, in ..r i;ne, Ja' JITl 77, ' speak for themselvea. in language attHoLtrti iHif liTncv which the eublic m-rL-.l. 1.?.? Young Ladles, when s shopping aut -- Kementber Koxiarsoat A Tiio o-t, - - Their eerrices coanmanduig ,.' ' " " -t To get the beat of tiidrmtandirur. ' , . . ,. And following th goktan rule. " V'-' 71 i A vast improvement ot the o ' , . ioungwuua,waijiMrr,lr By wearing work w pride upon. , , . ' Oon't pass by Trout a, Koblnaon. V2'.'' .. Whose Boots and Shoes inevVy creak . ' "' Their strong and lasting nature speak: J. We bet we'll Shoe you sights thia thus, 7 And give you Boot in way sublime! ' ? -':.' Thankim the public for tholr verv lioenl age,webak a eontinvancs of it while directing tlwif font ion to our cheap stock, comprising, is part, th a up via,.. .r, cti soanat aoois, NkSM and Slippers, of everv grade. or Ladies, tha Jean f inA .UL Uw, I "D..t r.ir t- T Rosette, None Such, Gaiters, Buskins , and Bootees? v Including the mmt celebrated Uara EhnM for Wvtli . Gentlemen and Ladiea, In fact, ws have fat the ever offered in this city. For Children evry kiad which cannot fail to please. Findings of ovary da-. ..),iuq nil lus iraus, -. . , .- . r ... r r Itrvte reapeotiutiy direct attention to the work, men employed in our manufacturing and repairing department, who are famous ia our line, aaaaeiaU , Rtckards. who (mJiMflrrfShakspeare'silrAal. for ha "i, klmeelfUni nobody ajas.) sAsay lathe superiority of hia workmanship.. .. vfl .. - LancsHor. Ohio, September 38, 1861. 1 ' 7 ' THE LANCASTER fiAnSEaTS OHOt 1 . i Aim xsb, utn ef Jfmtochi? ; ' Come all ye Lancasterians, r. -' Whoneed ths gtitt'ring nmof,"v V-' : '' ' ., .-Coma learn how $iomt. Watsost' art,,-r , ' Can give thegreateat pleasure! "-' ' ' Beneath the Fancy Store" aaiMs; f, J-f . Where Mrt.'Keye is Vashion movsr,, ' , And shows by fashionable etgxs -v- . . .'. i .. Hs's hair and face improved.' .4 . u, .'.'." USara Watson. . Tha hair mil fare anrtlaaf j '.Vjl tlA i .,' Come all ye 'Valiant gentleman" i'.te&ii "- Who lore the angel CTeataaa-. 'yf, t-,' ,; How can y charm the female rae ' ' " "" Without well-shaves featuraal in5h--v.;i r-How bopa for matrimonial joys i.,,. , f, t In Hymen's arms so glorious, '"'" . Without thoae charms my skill bestow .S',,U .' Which makes each beau vlctorlomsl ' . ' . '. O Sam Watson, ."'-:' - ' - Ththalrsnd facasJonr!':' , ' Coma all yo sprue Fatrfieldlana, ,v From country and from city. Come learn at cheapest rata faint' ' ' Tha truth in thia mv dittv! ' Come with vour fares, lone and short , Of ev'ry rank and station, . -' ! J-w : . The dimes to make or girls to court, 1 ,. . And ahine by transformation) O Sam Watson, . :. I .' .. Tha hair and face adorner! n .v,. '. . Come try my skill each gentleman, . t A golden thought, by gracious, ' ' '!' The tools srs keen as aver cut,. J - Ths room is line and spacious!. ' ' Come find that Samuel Watton shave - The face, but not tha parltot, - ...,... Ana has not learn'd, like other shops. To brag like David Crockett! v ' ', .r , - O tSaro Watson, - .... . , . .. ' - The hairand face sdorner! ' 7-. 'r "'i Lancaster, Ohio, September 28, 1H63.-' . 1,, ; . . 02.B AT ATTHACTIOITa;-' ;; ' Jon" voitKs tin shop. j : -1 TtllE subscriber Would reaneetfUUv bea! laava t X all the attention of hia jellow-citizans to the fact that he has ones more permanently established " hiinaelt in the manufactura of Tin. aiaA SaaMaUlmal . Ware, and is prepared to sell, st ths lowest possible ratos. everv thing that can possibly be needed ia Us " line. Ilia shop ia immediately opposite ' tha Tau.. madoi IIodsk, Main Street, Lancatter, OAfn.whera he constantly keeps on hand a large lot af STOVKS c u :.. :. "t u 1 1 1 v. v.u.j , , j.-, .DnwB.uiK mwh. .w etna .. cook stoves, from one to thirty dollar. He alas ha ' iu, 1 ana o piate scores, box ana nooa aon ana a larga number of coal Parlor atovea, common snd , Fancy Grates, ftc, be, all of which ha Will sail a ' choap as any house West of the Mountains. ; Ha la vitas his old customers and fellow-citizens senerallT to come and examine his stock before purr has ieg J elsewhere., ..... , JOHN WOBIC. , .-.Lnooaster, Soptembor 23, 1853. , , , . v.TUE CITY BAH BEIt.SHOr. TAMES HALL St JOSF.rH DLANCIIARD, ' (the funner Imvins furmerlv shaved nndat. SliS.'ltVr's Il'itel.) h.ire esliMlslicl thamaelvas a ,-; City Durbars on Culumlma Street, nppnaita Mrs, , iir-crciiur a eini near oiuinn s owiq noiei, enoi ,..i.r.,ii ..1.1 . .1. ....un. I. .k. f iy, ,.c,,,,,j mutirM ,,,o ci.riuui i.uuiiv m luv riillusrinji Htis 1 '-. .; i - . .. The IV stic kmw, the rraue tell .... t , Who shuvo them clean, who ahsvo them welft Nn wnniler thut mr Simp la fnitnd ' '1 ' The beat of all the 8li"ps around,, v' . . ' .. ',. . -, AVhere wa, in spit of envious carpers, , v. . Officiate aa City Barbert' ' f ' . " Willi highest skill und mzors keen, Our work is in our custom seen, . , ,. t ,. 80 plensinj tn the gentlemen. ' ' ' They're very sure to tome again! ',7 .yi,.,.: ' Just ak, who best can fit them all. .... ; . rnr private party or Iit bulls " Trt go to church, and be while there' The Hilnitrniiiitt of thfirf - v" . . -(V ' To chut with loilies at their hnme.7. ... , Or cli.d attend them when they rOamf The answer ia anil nil combine , :-V Tta HALL it, BLANCHAROtktbihiua We fire no hraL'snducin rockets: , We ahave the face ahd nut the pncltstaj ff .Weciit the hair in the latest sly lav1,. -. i?. And me the f.ishionulile nil, . :w .r r So aweet with ev'ry Paris charm, ' ,' It takes th ladies' hearts by storm! V I . .r r I . r s uava peiumery ior saia y .1 ,g At rich as Ceylon's sfiioy csle: " The finest in tha market solj. '" f .'-,.'';. Hf. And worth its weight in prockra gohll ' t,,':,u ' Coma sua, coma nil, who need our aid., v7 A lid hrlji tlie City Barber' trada " J ' ' Wa know our logic hinst preveljt"-' "'.' ' 1 ' The LansASTsnUNS flavor hiU; j 7'....., 4 . Lsnc-aater, Oliio, Sent. 17, 1853. . ' ' ', - Cinoinnnti, Wilmlncton and Znnevill Uailrond, open to Wilmington - One Daily Train, (Sundays exceptod.) On and after Monday. August 15th, until further notice. Trains will tua follows: ... Leave Cincinnati from th dopot of the tRM Wt: ami Railroad at 6 P. M., for Morrowi Clarksrille.SII-. go Ik Wilmington, arriving at Wilmington at 8 15 P. M. Returning leave Wllmingtoa at 6 A M. arriving in Cincinnati at 9 15 A. M , connecting at Morraw wit n ine r.xpress Train on tne L1UI JUiarai Road for the .North and Kaat., . :.. ,fcJ' .. 1 .-. . Fare from Cincinnati to Wilmingtoa .1,80 For other information, snd tckata, apply at Ticket Office, corner of Broadway and Front streets, and af ma uttie Miami uepot, or ot wm. Miner, Statloav Agent, Wilmington. a IS. W.j WOODWARD, w Engineer and Sunertntsnrfa,. . HrrThe Omnibus Line will call for and deliver pas scngers to and from the trains in any part efthecity. "' - H. B. RUGGLL8,Codttctor. TTl n company wui not pa Mispenaibie tor fcaav. gage exceeding $50 to value, unless the. sama ha r turned to the Conductor or Agent, and freight paid at" tfta Tata 01 a rial. are tne .m. aKiM w 1 . that amount. August 3i. 186J 17, r. ME II C H ANT TAS LO fit..." 8PHINflER -4 TROdT, ,f-S"s?.T1 arr.receivea sr meir t toTflilta EsAaVt MsHManrr in Gimv's BuilthW. Iiai. . ,.1 .1 LI .1.1 V.M..Q..L I T1 ur ra,.,,? 1 . " - "wuw.,n - " j Mm, n. a aumaaga's slsh. change Oriica, and have just opened a large and axtan. sive assortment of , . - .1. ' FALTi AND WrNTElt GOObsr, ". . . And are now manufacturing every Variety of ' ' ' . . . V a T T A X1T imiimnn ,.,r. aa . . - Which they will sell as low aa tha Same quality goods snd work can be purchased st any othar estate lishment in the city. Their elbrhing l maauaactianal undox their own aupnrviaioa and is consequently V perior to tnaiwmca is brought trom other pjaea..- -They ha e alas on-hand; a beaatif al Varaaty at 11 4 V CLOT3, CAS8lMEREi7, VE8TINQ8, C, Which they are prepared to nanufaetam I arder. . They have in their employ the beet of workmen and . are at all times prepared to make the bast fits and ka . 1110 iaieainiyina. - aj wieir wira ww va mw lanifw, 1 ne putjuc are respeciuuiy soncirec 10 eau ana ex amine their stock-, ana while thankful for the liberal patronage they have enjoyed, they assure their old customers ana a 11 nrnsra wiai may win aaDoar gsva theirgooda and work. ' 6PRlNQiCR k TROUT. -Lancaater,inaihJU, 1868- a ti 'iwt.;.'-r',. TTolhe.Citizoua oS Coirtcld Coanty. .-' TUE Board for tha Equalization of the Valuation tnaWhdavofteptsailier., , 1. . 1 r- 1 IHRL ' ' Rv e,l rth Roard. '