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CITY OP LANCASTER:
Wednesday Evening Nov. a, 1833 Till Purity or tbi Ballot Box.- The State Journal, learns from' good ' authority that the right of Mr. O'Naal, representative elect from Pairry county ,la eaaallo the next Legislature, wjll be contested by Mr.. Nun nemaker, tha opposing candidate, and that Meaars. Goddard and Guile. f Zaneavila, have been employed by the Lexington In terest, to coodaot tha contest upon their part. -" -- r:'" Wi trurt that the tigiaUtura willdiclare the teat vacant. That body U lately dam ocratie an! tha opposing candidates are of "the tame party, ap that no possibli political contingency can arise te control their ac Vton.' The Right alone shoolJ be declared, mnd the purity of the ballot-box sujtained. It U generally admitted that over a thou aind Illegal totes were castln Perry conn t,, and Indeed the result of the election U proof upon thl point.; Whatever sectional feeling may hate existed there. or Whaler er fears may have been enterlairied by the Mends Of either section, cannot possibly be ttf any moment to any tribunal before wiiicli Ihe election of any man can be Contested.- A monstrous fraud was committed, tho purl ty of the ballot-hot was violently assailed, and wherever or Whenever the question a rises, the fraud should, be exposed and . bo nan should be allowed to take advantage of the result. , We do not now remember an instance, Since the organisation of the Government, where a more fatal stab was aimed at the r ight of suffrage,- We are well aware of the feeling in Perry ceunty, of the prejudice and Wired that exist among her people, growing tout of certain ill-advised and ill-digested legislation r but all this cannot palliate the Wron committed. It must be condemned, punished if possible, remedied we think it can be. Men were employed to vote, in duced to perjure themselves.hired to violate the laws of the State; and while we would deal g6nlj with the victims, we would in ,11 cases punish those who were instrumen tal in procuring their services. ' The Legis lature of Ohio can, by their act. expose the fraud, and . to some extent. ; remedy the It ,s"all nonsense for the people of that ' : ' . - ,i,.t this is their own local .nj other counties have no right to .n....!.u .t,i nrivate affairs. If tue result was alone to ba considered, the argu ment miffhl hold eood. ' But a higher ques tion than the mere election of local olCcers or the removal of the County seat, arise, for discussion and Settlement, .It U whether a man who, it is admitted, has received from one to two thousand . Illegal votes, has a nountT of Ohio in the riant icuiv-w- - - . , ... r.eVUlature. Nay, further.it is wheth . 111 oreanized tribunal can sane- sucn a muiisu Tubxsd Out or D.oui. On Wednesday morning last, Mr.-Elng complained to the Court that the "S'ii,M of Cincinnati, contained report of the Martha Washing ton trial' of (hs day befure, In violation of the order of JuJge Milsati. Mr. Eating said:';'. '. '. . ',' '. ' ' ". 44I do not ask an attachment a7lnsl the publisher of this paper, as I think the time of .the Court ou2ht not to be spent, or their artillery levolod 'against such small deer.' They, no doubt, desire to be committed to ttl, as they win never proonDly get Into as respectable a place in any easier .way, f do not, however, think It iooumSent on the Court to gratify them, but would suggest that it would, in my opinion.be sufluienl to remove and exclude tho nuisance from the Court room, and thut protect the Court and (he business of the Court Iroin luriher disturbance from that quarter. The reporter was called up, and prompt- lion s a coun .. If TEitsTfRo yxo thc Atone . Rioss Lou of Two Amsriain .Vu, The ship Susan was wrecked on an icelitlj off Com pany's Island ear'y In April last. 8be wont on during the iilg'jt, and the crew bare ly saved their lives bv tskioir lo the bunt and reaching the shores of the Inland. The vessel was an entire wreck, and had very little oil on board at thc time. '.After ts mainingon the Island aiveral dy, they were taken of br another whaler and car ried Into St. Lawrence Bay.; The Liver- poii struck upon a rsef on the east coast of Behrmfl' straits, oo the niht of the 20tli of July.- She was boarded by th boats' of me ueien AgvsTa,an4 was got ofxthesame night and . nUo carrlid into St. Lawrence Bay.. Capt. Fls, of the Helen AgusLa. afterward bought her with her snara. riff- ging, and 1000 barrels of oil (or f 1203.-' 1 hs Search for Str John Franklin.' Capt. F. thinks that all further search for the Er ebus and Terror it meless.' On the 13th of August lie saw one of the ships of the ly acknowledged the charge, staling that he searching expedition,, supposed te be the wished ti show no disrespsct for the court, but merely desired to test whit be deemed an Infringement" on . his. constitutional rights. . . " JuigA McLeon replied: , " ' ' ' ,, "Von and the press of Cincinnati are en tirely ignorant of the constitution and the power arid the rights of this - court. This control of the subject has aU-ays been ex ersiced by the courts when there was a case that justified it. You are all wrong, and Ig norant of the h. The court does not dsr siro to inflict punis'im?nt, but it will protest itself and vindicate its rights." The Reporter was than removsd, ami Jit considerableexciteuie.it. Tke Jewish Observakces. Last even ii7 at six o'clock, concluded the observance by tho Jews, of the religious ceremonies which mark the memorable departure of Moses and his people from the country and the oppression of the . Egyptians. For four Plover. She was then in tbe Arrtie Sea, between the Prince of Wales Head and the Diomede Islands. ' At the' time she was seen, the sea was entirely rlcar of ice. Opinion f of tht L,qiumatu. Capt. F. held numerous conversations with the Es quimau Indians at places where he landed will) ins biiat.. Mo, many expeditions bad been sent there during the last five years, that many of them could talk intelligibly on the subject of Sir John Franklin. Their arguments were such as to discourage all further search for tbe missing navigators. ProbMc 'Fate of ths Mitsinj HMpt.h was thought by su;h whalemen as have navi?nted these regions, that the Erebus and Terror were not crushed by - any ice bergs or field-ice, but that thev were cap sized by being forced upon the surface of partially submerged ice. It was the opin ion that the exploring fleet could not pen etrate further this season than 72 degrees N. The Arctic Sea has been unusually clear of ice, and the winter has been com thousand years, with loins girt, with staff paratively mild. The mountains around . K. -oriented in a body of men r a.. , fll.ntnd hv the lesal voters ot me M. . . ... the fraud rartnot l no luea m iri:po' i . be tolerated without great danger to Repub :a,i,,.t!nr.- and we think the. Legis ... rrn.: i.U he such a sense of their own dignity and purity as to send the .. ..At,i-n( Perrv with election uck i v-y ,. - the seal of their -disapprobation and con demnation. . , - . , , vv- hnva id this much Without intend 1ng to mingle in the private, griefs of the poople of any portion of Perry county .- w... T ofitalntnre shouid.' never v ill! tins two - have meddled. A In our opinion they Were t, n,;,rinl rnnRa of the fraud, and it now ymB;n with them to do what .is in their power to prevent a repetition of the outrage trike where and whom it may The Union hot in OnoAn.-The Cincin nati Gaietle says the puzzling problem, and tho question whethor the Union is, or ia not an organ which has so long, agitated the public mind, is t last definitely answer ed, and answered by the Union Itself, The Union ianoian organ. It must no longer be regarded as such, and the administration Is no longer "to be held responsible for any of its editorials. 1 The Union, does not take tho trouble to inform ua why it makes this declaimer of organship ' at this particular juncture of affairs. If it had done so, we micrht have been savb4 a word ' of conjec ture, and, perhaps, prevented from hitting upon some unfavorable ones, n does look a little suspicious to see this dis claimer following so closely upon the decap itation ol Judge .JJronson, and tho breaking out of the great '"Adamantine" and "Putty .Head" war..' Tho Union has been a zealous defender of the administratloti, has loved it well, if not wiselv. and has defended it bold ly, if not prudently!' but, notwithstanding ail this, it is compelled, when the fight had but fairly commenced, to haul down its flag, and declare that all this time it has been eailin-r under false colore, or sort of political hirnin. 7 Henceforth!, than; the LWoisnot to be considered the orean of the Administration It claims heretofore 'to . have received the "ge'nerous and tubsldnlial approbation of the President," and if, by thi, it moans' certain "by authority" advertisements, with spread eagles at the top of them, we presume it will continue to reoeive it;' but we could have believed that the "approbation" 6f the Pres ident had been given', to tho JJnion in the past, and was to be given it in the future, if this disclaimer had never been made. ' Geobox'EV Po'oH.This gentleman' is out in the Cincinnati Enquirer, ."with card, defending himself against suspicions of fraud which were fastened upon him by -th publication of the famous 'Kissane let ter." He also givea a severe .and unjust castigatioif to 1..V; Smith, the' reporter .for tho Cincinnati Commercial, we believe Mr. Pugb to be,. entirely Innocent,, but we al 8d think h has committed a great folly by venting hie splecfl on the reporter, Mr. em,th-. rcl - - r ' v ' OirOne hundred young men left Rich mond, Me. last week, en, route fpr . Ken tucky, where they intend to cut timber and Vbuild vesselei ' .'' ' "; ' " T- '. ftfrJohn W.v Lynch, of Amelia county. Va., who la said toie partially insane, shot in hand, in haste and standing as if pre P'ired for flight, they have commemorated the sacred injunction, given by their Di vine Law-Giver, to assemble at this time annually at the Temple in Jerusalem, and there, family by family, offer the Pasha I Sacrifice, and partake of it witn unleavened bread and bitter herbs, a memorial of their escape from the terrible destroyers who be reaved Hebrew mothers of their first born, and as type of a better coming deliverer. The observance Continues each year eight days, and this. year was very generally at tended by the Jews in this city. I or sundry facts on record tile American of New York City says, in substance, that the process made by Judetsm in tins coun try during their civil year, which has just closed is small. The erection of two new Svna!roTucs, in New York and. Cincinnati, two schools in New . Yord.thre; new con gregations in California, two or three new works and Jewish literature, and a new translation of the Bible is about all thought worthy of mention. For the efforts for the conversation of the Jews among us, the fol lowing allusion is made: , .,. "The missionaries lor the conversion ol the Jews to Christianity have continued their woik' during the past year with the same patience and without success as be- lore; on tho contrary, several, innsiians have embraced Judeism in New York, Al bany, Hartford. Chicogo and other places." There also seems to be much telt by those who have tho welfare of their faith at heart, the necessity of a learned and able clergy, and of a proper Theological Seminary. Cin. Gaz. of the 2GA. . . . . Good Ann Bah Luct. There are men who, supposing Providence to have an im placable spite against them, bemoan, in the poverty of a wretched old nge, the mis fortunes of their lives. Luck forever runs against them, and for others. One with a good profession) lost bis luck in a riv er, Where he idled away, his tiino fishing, when he should have been in his office. Another, with a gorl trade, perpetually burnt up his luck by his hot temper, which provoked all his employers to leave him.--Another, with a- lucf itivo business, lost his luck by amazing diligence at every thing but his business. Another, who stead ily followed his trade, as steadily follow ed his bot'le. Anothef, who WaS honest and constant at his work, erred by per petual mijuiJgctr.ents -he lacked discre tion. Hundreds lose their luck by endors ing, by sanguine speculations, by trusting fraudule.it men, and by dishonest gains. A man novef lias good luck who has a bad wife: I never knew an early rising, hard working, prudent man, careful of his earnings, and strictly honest, who com plained of bad luck. A good character, good habits, and iron industry, is impreg. nable to all the ill luck that loots ever dreamed of. the Arctic sea showed but little snow at the time the whaling fleet left not so milch as was seen on the Alenlhian Isl ands two months before. , We glean the above from the hews brought by the American whaling barque, Harriet Thompson. Out of 130 whaling vessels employed during the past season in the Sea of Okhotsk and in Behring's Straits about one hundred have not averaged 100 bbls each. There seems to have been a remarkable scarcity of whales during the present season; not only in Behring s Straits, but in the whole northern whaling region. ' This scarcity, tt Is believed, Is ow. ing to the wanton destruction of the calves along the Russian coast by the whalers . ' The supply is fast giving out TiIe Norweoiin Cotont or Ole BolL Accounts . from Oleona, ' the colony estab lished by Ole Bull,, in Potter county. Pa., represents the condition of things there as melancholy in the extreme, the colonists be ing destitute even of food and the common necessaries of life. Ole Bull, it is said, has lost $70,000 by the unfortunate enterprise, having paid the money to a set of sharpers who had no title to the land. He is now a bout to give concerts in New York lor the benefit of the suffering Colonists. AitotiiEit CoMet. According to an Eng lish paper, another illustrious strartger, a comet, is taking a tour through the heavens, within the scope of our earthly vision. It was discovered at Berlin on the 1 1th of Sep tember, and on the. 3rd of October was vis ible to., the eye. . The head equaled in brightness a slarof the fourth magnitude, and the tail could be traced about one degree. It had a rapid Southerly motion. Hon. Jons A.Dix Ann the AnvintsfAA- tins. This gentleman, In a reply dated the 24th inst. to a request to adress a meeting at Rochester, - N. v.. urges that Oen. Pierce's administration be generously sus tained, approves its policy as far as devel oped, particularly in the Kossta case and highly commeds, froim personal knowledge, the Treasury Department as worthy of praise OT'Tho pastoral latlerof the Bishops, of the Protestant Episcopal church, has the lollowing news: "Besotted imorance cannot lon2 prevail in a land of free schools. Servilesupcrsli- tion must gradually decline in a lnnd of free inquiry. Priestcraft and imposture cartrlot lortj fljuriBli in a land of nowspa pers . . -.- ...... ... Capt. Ihbrahai. The Charleston Cou rier of tho 2Uth inst., says that, to the many friends and acqumntences of Capt. Ingra ham. in that city it is needless to say that the ungentlemanly languago attributed to In in in some of the reports rotative to thc itoszta affair was never made use of by that gentle man; but as the slander has gone forth, the Courier would state, on tho authority of a letter received in Charleston, from Unpt Insrraham, dated Spezzia Bay, the 20th ult., that the whole intercourse between Captain Schwartz and himself, on board the hriv lluzzor, was of the most courteous and gen tlemanly kind, and that no unpleasant word passed between them; indeed, after the af fair of the 4th of July, the Huzzar Saluted the flair of the St. Louis, which tho latter returned, and Capt. Ingraham, moreover, went on board the Huzzar and thanked Capt. Schwartz for the compliment. This visit Capt. Schwartz returned, and the best pereo tleme A noTHEB Repobteh ExrebtEO. This fore. noon the Marshal arres'.ed a tna'n in the lob by of the court room, who was taking notes, and brought him boture the court. When asked by Judge McLean, he said . his name was . Frank P. Cshill. He avowed that he was a reporter of the Cincinnati Sun, and that he was taking the testimony for the purpose of publishing it in that paper, He said he had not vet sent any. of it, as he came to Columbus last evening. He knew ExrEfiif ion to Liberia. Rev. W. Mc- Lain, Secretary of the American Colonisa tion Society, has chartered the fine ship Banshee, of 490 tons, to sail from Ua timore for Liberia the 1st of November, with 280 emigrants, and a good cargo. This is the same ship thnt eo successfully Carried out the spring expedition. The liehtsomo 'countenace of a friend giveth such nn Inward decking to the house where it lodgetn, aa proudest palaces nave cause to envy the gilding. - ftr"Uncle Tom'.' has been introduced to the Athenians in Old Greece, under the gentlemanly title Omparpas Thomai. ftrOn Saturday nearly 12,000 bushels of cranber-ies were received at ttoston, oua sold at 81,75 per bushel. ; There is a Cantain in the Navy who writes two hands one ho cannot read him ,elf, and the other no one else can. . TILEGEAPHIC ITLLI3EXCZ. Arrival of tbe f.lenusahlp Arctic. La")', klaintxi in FtuitrRrfual of Rmut to JLoiicuule tt proetnw War , intviUiU Preparation llwtililUt. L Mxw Yoatv Oct. 31st. The steamship Arctio, wUU adviM from Lirerpjol ta the I9ib( arrived bora last evening. s . CoMMItOlAb IsTILMOtJCl The Cotton market at Liverpool, ua ier IU effect of the advices from the country, continued firm with a go'xf domand. The rales for three diyi were 20,01)0 balei, of which specula tors took 3000 baltftaud exporters 200 it. . . ' Trade at Manchester was belter anil pri ces slightly higher owing to favorable ad vices from India. ' The market for Breid,toC continues buoy ant and a'cliva and Flour bad further ad vanced li 61 per bbl. Western Canal j quo'.ed at 35s, and Ohio at3333i 6 J. ... The demand for Cwrn - was moderate, but no change had taken place in prices. '. Pork and Beef were dull. Lard was stea dy at . the last quotations. . . Consols closed at 91 " . BreadtufTs were in active demand at a further advance, closing buoyant. ..Hold ers firm at extreme quotations; good sour at 3D. Wheat was tn extensive demand at an advanca of 21 per baahcl. Fine white ia quoted at 10s 41 per bonliel. Corn was un changed in price- Tallow maintained the late advance. ' Linseed Cokes were in ac tive demand.'' ,' ." ' Gerebal InTELLiGEncE. It was reported that Russia had refused tt evaeui'e the Principalities, in reply to the Sultan's manifesto.-; ',-' . ' :. Gen." Lcrdrs", with the Russia corps, waa at OJeasii, awaiting marching orders. . ,.Gen Paskewitch bad taken tbe. com mand of tbe Russian army in the Principal ities."' . ' - " ' - The combined fleets of France and Eng land were preparing to advance to Constan tinople. Austria and Prussia will remain neutral . .; Coitatiopi,e, Oct.' fith. -The city u tranquil; the Kussian army will go into win ter quarters at Bucharest. . ' '. " . Odessa, Oct. Cth -The Turkish declaration of war has . been received., The corps of General Lerders' is still in this vicinity ex pecting marching prJers . . . ' Tbe greatest confidence prevails iu com mercial circles. The cholera lias subsided among the troops. ' St. Petersburg dates to the 11th says the demand for shipping is unabated,and freights higher than ever.-. ' 1 In reirard to the Eastern1 mixtion, the London Times says the Turkish manifesto is the strongest and most unanswerable state paper isstied during the present centu- The Tost says, morally, Russia is oIrea'y defeated, and that she will be so materially; and says that hostilities on the Danube and the shore of the Caspian sea are tuevitable. A dispatch from Vienna, dated the 17th nstant, says the Russian commander had replied to tho Turkish summons that he had no authority either to commence hostilities, to make peace, or to evacuate the Princi palities, and he therefore refused to Comply with (he request. .w - . ' -. y Much agitation u manifested ui Italy, Two hundred pnlKical arrests were made in Purison the night of the 16th inst, among them is m. uroadchanf, minister ol Finance. The Turkish Declaration of War is pub lished in full. It ia temperate but high minded, tt lays no embargo on Russian ships, and fully protects the rights of com merce! When the Czar, heard that Turkey had declared war, he is said to have fell into a fury of rage, and swore he would wage a warof extermination against the Infidels. It Is not supposed the hostilities will com mence on the Danube, but in Georgia on the Ulack sea. , Old Gen. raskiswitcli takfs the chief command of the Russian forces on the Danube. Oil tile fitti llle cdmbined fbcts were pre paring to proceed to Constantinople. A batile was fought on the 27tii ult. be tween the Circassians and the Russians. The loss on both sides was larje tlie for mer retired into the mountains. . Matters were quiet in France. No ship ment of troops had been made, but there was great activity in all the navy yards. Both Prussia and Austria have given as surance that they will keep neutral, which has led trench and ringlish diplomatists to conclude that war has been fully determin ed nn., . . - The American Japan expeditionists met with n friendly reception. Commodore Perry had an interview with two Imperial Princes, to whom he delivered the Presi dent's letter, and is td call next spring far an answer.- Both parted with mutual ex pressions of goodwill, presents having been presented by both parties. C02OffZBCUL IKTElilQE3rc" f THE CJTT BAEBCR SHOr. 1 al 'TIM HALL tk JM'H HLAMtll ABD. EFFIjMGER, . WHITE & JLATTA ffnln eat line tht tlnntion of the public to thni: Tl ndvprtlBt-mi.ntx. b leave to remark that It at feelin" existed between Doth gen- neirly four yoars ago thny eommonedd biminesa in, each thinking be had done his du- tt", determination to be governed ,hy t p'";- ' s ciplaof i-AROic tic and haix profits. Ihatwe Cirvctnuil MnrKtMS, ty canal 1C00 ku. We .ti find i, difficult ZT.'SnZ float 1,10 3 1,20; sales ara madtfebt tsrms un known; mt'ket may be quoted 1,20(31,21 norlliern a!! -At; wl.i I.CjgUJ; nosales and nana efiVrinf. Northern miied 1,18.-, Flour 600 bbls strait lrK snferfln 6xj 230 )lh 5,70; fancy brands held 5,75j5;S,i(7 choice extra 0(8X0. ',, OauSales at cars 35(S37; retail 43c . Salt Stork aernmalaling and fine held 1,04,20; coarse 2.25. ButterSteady thrmwli the week; new touthero I3JM; H W. R. 14 14. ClieesePri.iie fc. D. W R. SJaO; V. R. ia boxes 8$8J; common 7ig.1. .. . Potatoes Krllin ia market at 60c weet 1,00." - v - 1 Freights Flour Id TonawanJa, Buffalo! and Dunkirk 18c. Other ports unsettled. lVw fork Klnrkef. New YoflC, Oct. 3 1. Flour, under the influence of the f.welgn newa western and state U 18Jc tetter, and tbe eastern and ex port demand quite active; Canadian, let ter and in demand; 350 bbls 6,91; sale western canal 150O0 bbl 6,C8a,73 for common to strait state; C,7i(a67 fir mixed to fan?y Mich and rommon to pood Ohio, , Closing buoyant. Wrain, in active demand prices are 3igic Letter; rupply of prime Mich; sslea 6000 Lo pood to prime, mostly at 1,G03 1,62; 330O bush Genesee l,7t; 10500 buh white Ohio 1,431,54: 3100 good white southern 18 afloat; 1000 mix ed 1,47 in store. I'orn eay and supply I isxifMan'i, Wilralnaton nnd -merlllc irood: sales 25.000 to 73 a 7C for unannnil: I .Httiirnuf., fn to IVil nin-n. On t)ily i law (nnmrr uKkll Knnrl aliaArd iA,r rawt. njiil linos Hwan ll.lffl. and niefrilly a.l.let ths xouvrotu nubile in tU flliu li Tl I'rstic kn -I. iW rVkLte tell : tVIm all ivu llwm elr.ir,. u !M, .tin, tberfl WeH IV' w.iwirr th at our nti'.p b f nnd - ' Tlw bet t4 all lh nt"pa amwati, . r. .. U'lin mm. ft f nvi uasuaVpcr. .v' d'hr an- n- CUf Iltrbtrl , ri t -. . . , Wim l.iatH- akHl iul nanrakMO.. " O ir w.rk i i.ir cn.l,, ru, s ',' 't . 8-i ultaifi lt tb KcarleiMeu T'lejr' 1 aorr lurnnia afaia" . ' ' Ja-l a-k. Ik hft ran 6t llwm all ' t'nr ril" frty " t r Iwll; -Tn p mrtiiin-h and l wlnlallMra ' . .' . . Tba wtmiraiii.il of lhf ,in r-Tor-lmt rllll la-linaal llMMr home. . Or aj J at'rmi I Vm wIm-h ilirj roaatl Tli mw-i- i awl atl .ni'iim' " ' Ti H LI; i hLANCII VKOlakr Iba ati'uia . V fir if tfrrilcia nck ' We alimr Ilia f r tuiit not ilia ixifliatai VVarl 11 Imir in Ilia Iaimi aiyltf, And " iIm- fflt-'iui'm i.ij H'i wr-l Willi V'rv I'.iria cliar.-n, . i laka ltfiti' Urnrim y att.rait' ' Wahava j'l'iriiTV f.r Snlrf As rirh fevloii's vy f ile; Tlw fint in lh marfcH a..tj ., Aiul avmih it4 trrihl inHHnasulit! .('him nna cwnia H. m)m iiimI Nir aij, Arf (K-tji iIm Cif Barktrt lrU ff hJi "iir Ut'u: moat ,m,ih Tl LacATr.aia nrrt hit. f.afKS.ipr. O'.in. Hfpl. 17, JSS3. 70377 for weslerh mixed; 76(377 for Jer, sey yellow; 77(379 for southern veltow. Whuky, sales 400 bbls ()bio and prison 32 cash and lime. Provision, eo. d demand for pork; market steady at 15,50(3 15,50 for mess; 13 for prime. Hecf, steady; 7,75 for country mess; 4, 75 8,25 for prime. Lard heavy II a 111. BitTIBOBE, Nor. 1 Wool Sale of unwashed at 2225 cent", washed SS339, and fine fleece 3949c f lb. have strictly adhered to It, ia shown by our great ...Mnaa. mnA ihn rnir that nui aalna tliia vear amount to three times as much aa tbey did ilie -ilrst. and lo the great and increasing pnprtlarity of oar home, wears notoiily aollin)? double the amount of gooda of any othor esUblialiment, but our prlcea are far lower than tney wim meir iimiieu uuo c.u bly afford to otter them ' ' ' The atrontion of all clamos of Mrrhartea i re- ,r..n Cl, nr.a.nf himtnnfiR facilities and airaneomenta with Jtfonu(icrcr and importer. enable us to oner mem greater niguiiHmii Fall than ever. You can purchase from " descriptiona of HARDWARE needed fa your differ ent trades at tho lowest pottibl rata. We ameer tain thut all the Blacksmiths, rnfrr, Buggy- Makers and SadiUers in the county, u inev cou the order of the court. Judge McLean said aa the order Was against the puldication of suit their own interest, will become our customers, the testimony, and as the reporter had not A close examination ot our " stocaH,0w ' Additloilal Ncwsby (he Ohio. It. B. M. sloop of war Cocotrica 'arrived at Panama on the 12th inst., from San Bias, with $500,000 In silver bound for England. .The Government gold escort had been attacked on its way to Melbourne, by a par ty of Rush Rapgere, and fobbed of $100,000. ' Several of tho guards and four of the rob bers were killed, and all composing the es cort, but two, we'e more or less injured. The stock of flour at Melbourne was very large, and it was selling at COS per barrel for American. . All articles of provisions were dull and difficult of sale at any price. All kinds of hardware were in large supply and unsaleable except in the small way. .': ' A disturbance occurred at Tobago, grow ing out of the arrest of s jme seamen belong ing to tho Amarican ship Ophir, by the A merican Consul; Their release was at tempted, and a fight ensued but it waa soon quelled. A further shipment ot Austrian com, a mounting to .$45,000,.had arrived at Pana ma, by Adams 6i ';o.'u express, neverai new gold fields had been discovered in Aus tralia. 'V , ' ''".' ' ' : ' '. ' ' : . ": A larce fire occurred at'VuIparso on the 1st of September, destroying property to the amount of ii200,000' The Rmneror had cranted the usual exe- quator to Reuben Wood,' the U. S. .ConsulJ The screw schooner isaoei, sent out uy Lady Franklin for the Arctic regions, had ur rived at Valparaiso, where," owing to a disagreement among the officers, the expe dition was abandoned. i v - ' 'i . . , r;.i(.8.iiTii, .MKitt;iiA r t.vi i.oit, Main Street, l.nnrater, Ohio, opposite (he Ta1linHd;e BlorV, nASjistfooeired his F"A f.f. aci.l WlllflS Hit. ply of Itendy-Mldis flolbinc, together with a large and beautirul aswrtmut of CLOT1H, CASSIMKHK3. VKHTlNHi fte Ills atock has brcn aelwted with nst rare and embrares every variety of G jntlemwi' Wear. His Ueady-madv Crnthina; is made of the best material and in the latest sty 'en, and bis stock of Cloths and Veatinip will be innu(tured to order in Ih mo-it appixjved and fa.bionablc manner iia baa in bis einp'oy Iht, best nf workman and in av-iry dpirt ment he intend te exrel. THE LOWEST PRICE'S, Will be maintained. V!iU be inland lo sell rh beat ot f.ooda and put out nothing; Kiit Ihe bfwt of noni. ne imends, also, to aufam ol nis si or a- at prices that will tonvime the most akeptical that bia establishment iatha cummw in thkciti. lie will also keep on hand or maouUctura to or der, every variety of Boys cLonma. WTjich wllT,lso,be sold at tba lowest rat. For gtoi and cheap Clothing, fur Mrn and Biys, of all dejicrip tions, he intends to establish a reputation lor the FAIRFIELD -COUNTY CLOTHING STORE. As th cheapest In the rltyl and He invitef all who wisn topurcnase to ran and exsmme nis assortment, ss he Is confident that he can otf'ir them auperior in ducements to any other. Hnhasnnhanda banl!fjl aid et'a'.lent a.snrl- ment of Olorea, 8n.pendrs, flos. Stocks, Hand kerchiefs, Cravats, Umbrellas. Trankst etc. KEMKMBEtt THE PfACE! bet -en It .hr.K;if t Co's Store and John Lyin's (Jrocerv.with tbe words cloth a stohE. Over the door in larjp Utters. Call and for yourselves,. Ho will take pleasure in showing his stock, as he is confident that he can please all who wiih to purchase. His stock of e'othine i minufac tured under his own ripsrviMon; ancf tbe utmost care is exerted to ha ve it of the very best kin d. PREPARE FOR WISTER! XU atock of OVKR-COATS anj other heavy go ds have been eelerted with special reference, to thecomlort, convenience and adornment of hia cua. tomers. They can now at very little c"t provide agaln.t the changeable weather of this climate and render themselves comfortable. Kvery on should call and examine this portion of his atock Define purchasing elsewhere. Mrt. J. v. r. six,r:R, One ortli3 best cutt w in the Western coiititry, hss been emplovert in that depurtmenr, ana cannot tail to please alf who wish good fits, neat and fashionable an4 not at the epenaa of comfort. The stock of cloths, tassimereS, VestiArs, Heady ms.de Clothing, Itc., ia warranted equal to any in the market, and the beautiful variety nf styles and fashion cannot fait to pleave everv taste. Call A see. Lancaster, Oct. OT, ih63. GKO. H. SMITH. Mechanic, Inventors nnd .lltinufactnrers. ftljSO, IN SPLENDID PltlZKS. 130. VOLUME IX ot the gcicrmnc Amkiicajs com mences on tho 17th of September. It is chiefly devoted to the advancemnt of the interests of Me chanics. Inventors, Msntilactnrers and rannira, by the diffuaionot useiui kniw'.o, gatipon tnetie impor tant bratichoa. It is euitmlbv m m practically skilled in the Arts sn i Sciences, and wid.ily reg-irdJit aa a sound and able journal. Nearly all the Valitablk IATK.Tra which issue weekly from the Patekt Or prcic are iLLtiSTRATen with ioKAVitfos,andthe Claims of all the Patfhti ara published in its eolums: rims makine, the paper a perlecl SctKuri rio akd Mkchakical Kmctcth;ii for funre as well aa present reforenea. The SotitKTirio A wEaroAat is verv extensivelv circulated it circu lation in this Volume exceeding 18.UU0 copies per week: It is in form for Binding; each volume con tains PKVK.KAI. HUNIKF.D JCNORAVI.NUS and over FOUR HU.NDRKD PAGES of RF.ADIXH MATTKRi with an index. The vhacticai. : cirt'.saloue are worth to many families much more than the subscription price. Tho I'ublUher offor the following valuable prizoa for the Urgent list of subscribers sent in by the first of Januarv next : 3100 will be given for the larsest list; $75 'for the second! J3U for the third i i for .thelourth; S W for tbe 5th; $15 for the Gth ; iJ Wfor the lib; $.fi for the Kth; lor tne v.h ; io ior thelOth; JlOlorthe I Ith; and 5 for tire lith. The cash will be paid to the successful competitor, im Train. funart x-ertl 1 On and after Monday Aueust 15th, tmtil farther notice, Traina will ma as OIIOWK . I-ave Cineinaii f rem th depot of tb T.Jftle Mi ami kailroad at fi P. M-.f r Vnrrow ClarkriHe,fili i;o a Wilmington, arriving at M'Umiacon at H 16 P. M. f?tuminn leeva Wiiupi' gtoa at O A. t , arrivinj in Ciaciamii al 9 ISA M, connecting at Morrow with the F.xDTv-s Tma oo the Little Mnmi fcnd for the North and I art. . rare from Cinrinna'i to Wilmu(toaj J I. CO Vor other itiforrnatton and tlckota. apply at Ticket Office. , omw of Broad av and Front streets, snd at the Liitl Miami Depot, or of Wm Milnar. Satioa agent, yy umingioa. . t.K. Kuvuniau, . En-inesr and Suparintendent. TTTbe Om-iibue Line wH call for and deliver pat tTf:g..rs to and from tht? Irsin. in anvpart of the city. H B. RUGtSLkS.CfrtKlUftor. TTTba C-mpnY wil not be responsible for bag gage exeein fill in ra'ne. unless the same be re turned teiheCundnctnr or Aeetw, and freight paid al the rata at a pasaage Inr arerv i'Ml in valua above mat amount. Auguat St. ISM 17 I. BtlOXTIT'S . rrnre or Jiiiasiirsi Ginger. THISEssencetsa prepsratlnn nf anaaaal ercet lenee. Inordinary diarrho-a, incipient cholera, in abort, in til eiet of prostration ot tha dieealive fonctinfla it is of inestimable valua. Durtngtbapre rslence of epidemic cholera and aunvmer cr.tnplainta of children, it is peculiarly efficacious; no family or uvlividual should be without it Cims-Bs aorevi s:-t the geOHinr Essence, which isfrreparednntvby K.Haowa.athisri;gatufcasR irnlslnrr, N. It ramer of fifth and ehnmU-strttts Fhilotletj'hin,tai for eat by all thereapectasie Apo thecsrbsa m the t'nifed States . Sold by M Z. KriednT.in Lancaater.E.KalS.Ilaah villa, and by Drwgisls every where. Kov. 4 THE lAJfCA.Tr: IllKr.'.U t ? 'i ,.fti, AtswTta Ka-fm -fk " Coma all ya I encaatariaas. " Heoaaed the rlittTtna; taaar. - ; Coma lrn bow Sa xv . t. Ur it' art, , taoiva S rti i I't.'ui' SviiMta "i ;.y ,'' be thinea, VN nara Dirt. A Via I biea aar, . atnd abosrs.bv fa.btoeahlaaifrs Ha a hair and Uaa improttarl , li f VVataoa, . , . ' Tba hair asM XmM aUircrt ',.- CorSaal! T Hlae f-a'lwnna " . . ' , Who fora the a ikgi creature. r.v. 4 ' Haw can ya ebarm tbatwnala raea) - . WbaotM wai-attranf"ataft . . How hopa sor anatrsmaaiAl myS J - . la Hynaaa't arma aa glortoaa. ' M ' ' tVithoat ttrno charms aay aaill baatewt . Which maliaa awh beaa riUorloaal - ' O 8am aVataaa, - . Tba hair and lace adoracrl .-, , - ' - - .-r ? Coma all ya enfttea r"alrn-Wian - ,- .-i Krora eosmlry aed fro rittr; 1 ' " . - Coma laara at cAeopesi rafer I aiia ' . ' Tba truth m rlihi my ilitiyt V - Coma with ymir fares, hang aa4 ahovl ' -" Ufer'ry rank asai Mafia. - i C l aadimas ta makaarrn-hitaeaari, . And shine by trmaalsaawtlaai -jn -. ' O 8am Waonr The hair aad face asloreart - J it . V still each tanttemani A goLdea thnviglit, hy f laciitis, ., Cent try A aolda The tool a ara haea aa aver cut. Ine room ta tina and apacaius! , tf Coma find that Samnrl M'aae shaval , The face, but not tho roclu f. And has not It-arVd like' othar ahops ', lo brag like Iniridl'rorkeU! ;. , O Sam Watatm, , .. . .. The bamandtaee athrrieH , .' Unrastar. Otiiu. hojaoiler K, XtiA . r1,DWAnrT-.5I,OCrjI,hTlfipreratethe -i antlre Stock of Irrna and Weitlcinea ot Georee Q. Beck.nmr offer" tnesaroeforaale.toeether with a large and well selected new stork at the Old SADDLE H AltS ESS M AH aATOnt Three doors West of tba Fwnn IIotel,l White' boililing . MAIRSTREETalANCAoTER, QR1Q. ' LITTLE AP MATLAfK " naring reerntlr raiaovad f hetraatablishmaat ftosjt Sha-tfer's old btiildinrs ta rha brick biota af T. O. ' White, an 1ha corner of Main- and Colamboa streets, and aasde namaimia additions ta tbeir atock, lake this method of informing their frianaa and tha public lemsrslly. that rtiey ara. prepares! to snasWee iura wiih nea'nass and cHapatch alt articles pertain ing totheir line of business. They hare employed the best wntwenen in the ftsteand manufaetura Ihoi articles fro-o the beat malarial. ' - Thev keep eonatan'ly Ml rnad genarrl aasolt ment dl the following article-. y. " " ' Saddles. Bridle and Harnaaa, v .. Carriage, Wagon and Riding whipa, " -Trunks, Valises, Carpet Hagt, -i . i- .; 8ingta and double Mattraaara, -' All kinds of Hyneta. 4-e. Ac. ' - All of which they will sell CHEAP for CASH.- All work anade to order, or pnrcheaed at their enab linhmenl, is VVatrrrnnted to be made of the M A TEHIAL, and in a morkman-like manner Call andaxamiaa for yourself betore puTfhasing elsewhere. .... . , ., . t i J.ineS,6 8. irm.t MAtf.AriC. K. B. Tba senior partner, deairous at aa'tt lint atj) tba outstanding acrouota of tbe o'd firm, would r sneetmllv ak those indebted to call and settle imnuif diately, and thaa aaVe him tha diaagreeabla sMraastty of placing the account in Ihe hands of officer of tha law lor collection. A word the wtsa is atifFclesrt. 1 N.I.ITTLK. .otire lo llniller isnd IflrfhRsilr. . THE snbseriber is now establishing aa fcXTEN SIVE LUMBER TAUP, . - , At Gleay Wharf,-faaf of ralwrniaiia aisai IllsjH atreats, t.aaarasfar, . " and intends keeping roiuatantiy band all kind of Lrmber and I'oal for sa'e. His exteiwtresoaamtaneearid rewlet'reefLanv ber. will enable him tn select the beat qualities), and sell at such mires, as will merit the patronage of a genomus public. uii,m.i; Anu in.Mitii ttn;.-,- .stand-lrnawnasfhe t itr Tlrne. Mtorf.. srhera mi .7 r. . . btfound.l.r,e.ndco,r.Dleta.,iortnWofrur, '. ... : , jl . . , . .. i n r-ria will siho tiimisn al rrnoieaaia ano ni. uicinim ana - fitfrnicaiv, rami, iia, irve-r"iins. uiaaa ; w rrx- i r ur wt ... j . . .. 1." j ii ii I " : . T- Articles, ic, which will be sold wholesale and retail,! upon as reasonable terms as ran be purcned tn the citv EDWARD L. SLOCDM. Lanrsster. April 24. 1P61 dftwSl Walker's nnd Cleveland Ale, And a great many articles too tedious to mettion Persona will please csll and examine forihemaelrea, and lam confident will be delighted with their rii.it to the citt saoccav sxoar, and not go awa V without purchaaine.. H. A: GfcUELEIN. Lai east r, April 21, 1853. w3mSU CITYBVrtEltV, NO. 1. ZISK k BISH. .'fotir itrref, Ijawntter, f)hi, fonr ionrs West of thc focHng Valley Bank. Where fresh. Rreaal, Ruska, Cakes, and Cracker can be had erery dav. j . We hare emplo ved Ibe rerv best workmen in cmr lineof business and will sell t wholesale and retail althe lowest prices. We are determined to give general satisfaction. All order from the citv or cotinty for Bread; cakes; aoda, butter, water and Bolton crackers, will b promptly filled. Give us a call. Lancaster. Ju'y 51. !S"-3 2l5bt k BISH. N B. We also keen on hand a generalassortment of FAMILY GnOC:RIESi which will be sold at the loweatrate. Z1NK. illSH. tfVE and CEMENT of a anraHt.r ouaiitr. Believing to the old maxim. that -a atmoM nixsararv is better than a slow shilling," my terms will be caah, August 31. ' , ' WM. i. CARD: citV puorcuTV roa sale. ASsgent for Adam Houfholler, sen., I will sell the House and Lot on Eaat Main atreet, known as In Lot No 3, in Re'uer'a addition to the City nf Lsncaster, now in the orrupanry ot Mr. bamuel Hen lav, and near the residence of Salmon bhaw. tq. Terms lavorlble, and Ut'e inli-purable. P. VANTRCMP. July 7, lSKl: 9-4-m. JfOTitE . IS hetebT rireh that Henrv, Beery Jam McTtd Jm nA hi. wti M.rv Mf.V'aflrten-tha ameanitor and owners of the several Iota contained within thaV seat and ad itiim tn the towa of Sutrai grove, known as Berry's addition to said ttiwn, bars fimd their pa titon in tha clerk' oluce of tha court nf common Plea, of Fairfield county, Ohio, prrytnrtti vacation of the plat and addition aforesaid and that apnlieerioai will he made at the next term of aaid court for such racation. , HUNTED nVCK, AKorheys Wr Petitioner i August With, !8fA , - n . - v iiLACKS-WITIIIStJ. 3E subscriber, at hia shop oo Chestmt street, iinmedntelv Kast of tho Old B.p- tlSI L.nnrcn, is preucrwi wuu an aimwia .dtk connected with nl- biuiaowm tne ce.t manner manner, -s. ISES. O best of O 1 FlF TI1R-8HOEIXH OF HORSK: he has in his emn'or one of the Terr workmen, who is not surpassed in this branch of tba business. PricaM will be mad- reasonable. The pe- tronaee of the public ia rcwpeclfullv st.licited. I.iiciisteT,.MurcIi 9. 1S53. S. 11ENMCK. DR. GTJYSOTTS YELLOW DOCK AND 8ARSA, PAPILLA, for the cure of disease, or a a Sprint purifier bfihe blood and a a general tonic for th system, is unrivaled: ' Tha curative power of thU Ettnct r tnrly wonderful, and all invalids should make immediata rial ofth9"Ys;LLowDoec Aii tlmMlrs.iikf.L.m It cannot injure He most delicate patient. THE FLY FROM MISTRAL NOSTRTJMS TO SEF.K hope, life and vigor from tht purely trgetabl remedy. Therefore, however broken In health sni spirits, however loathsome to himself ind diners, lot no one despair of r'ecorery; let the patient only nn dorstand that his hope t'f pKystcal restoration lie in 'Unyaott's Extract of Yellow Dock and beraapari.l,' ana pursuaoa mm tor ara - , ? - LUC. 3 ft A Hr.. ). to try li, and we ha ve no hesiutioa In predicting U speedyrestoration to health. HJoa eaaveruaameni. - - "To the Germans of Xairiield Couuly. . THE Tint. COmnSKIOS STORK haaaecur ed the service of a Giimas SAtxanAa, who wil' be found a gentleman on arqn'intanca. Corn and see him. JOHN O V.ll.lOtK, Agent. Lancaster, April 26. Eagle anxUelegraph copy vet consummated tne oltenco, ine t:ourt would sinmlv eXool him from tlie room. If the offence had been complete, they would mtnlsh the offender with severity. 'It Was a rr nfTVnee to attemnt to violate the or der. The Marshal waa directed to expel Mr. Cahill from the court room, which was promptly done. And ao ended the second ex pulsion. -t-State Jour French Meriho B coib. -Messrs W. & P. Brndv. of Ohio county. Va.,shipped from Wheeling, on Friday i on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, three of their finest rrencn Merino bucks, and three ews, for exhibition at the Maryland and Virginia State Fairs, Among them is hia celebrated Gilbert buck which has so often taken the first premi ums, and for Which, it 2s said, 1000 was offered and refused at' the. -Pennsylvania State Fair. s The clip of this one buck a jone, last April, weighed 31 j poupda.. (i; rtteJohn" DufTir ; of New York." ha been appointed consul to Galway, Ireland,',, and Aloia D. viall, ot Indiana, Consul to -A ot a handsome per cent. And they will And that by purchasing their Hardware-, entirely trom u, tnai thuy will do si well aa they powiibly could, have . KKHNOKK. WHllK. bill I A Lancaster. October 28, 1R63 : 83 - ' Felloes, Spokes and Ilnbs. WE havo no on hand and which by arrange mnnt wiih the manufacturer we" ea;t offm al tlieir bill of prices with freight added. ' . l'. IW setts raiiaw - ' 150 " Spoke " - ' '' ' " i ltK) Hub- -,'.,"-:!- 60 Shafts ' '-," . 1110 '' Buggy Bow --'.'O . -c - effihOer wntTta a latta Lancaster, October 38, 1B63. ", - -. 38 , Natlsl 'Nailstl Nailslll. unPV.NTERS all know that Kremotn. VfRrrai I js-t .r. sell NONE but JUNIATA NAILS Every Keg sold by ua hss our name printed in full tha head. ECU 1 WMauww. M.o " " our ware-houe ; J" - ' j ' 7(Ht Kegl nallS, ppiaes anil nrauff, ... ,; - , . S0O Boxes 8x10, 10x18 and 10x14 GUis, . . 80tl Kegs Pure White Lead ' , , , ".. lA .W description 'Of HoOssi 'Tjiiis-Mriios which will b sold lower thn thay ;eMt bo bought any where ele. a. r ; yct."SH. r.rri.rut.r., nniinauaMA Sale of Ileal Esttite by Order Of Court IN pursuance hf an order of the court of Probate of Fairfield county. Ohio, made on the IHthday of October, 1KM I will expose to sale by public vendue; and outcry on tne premises on eauiru.y dav of Kovsmber next, between 10 o'clock K- M. and o'clock,". M, of said day, the following lands and tenements, to-witl ... . ' .' " . 1st Lot Pio tot ttie Suoaininn m uiw una ui iv vid Ileose, deceased.adjoining the town of Baltimnre in said eountv. coftaisting of 13 92-100 acres free and unincumbered by dowep-apprsiaed t33 (iercrs. 2d. Lot No 3 of said subdivision adjoiuing said lo No , containing 4 79 1 00 acre subject to tho doWer of the widow of said deceased covering ihe whole or said lot No2Isppraisedand subject to said doWerM 1Termsofsle-"One third caah. in hand, one third in one year and the residue In two year with interest on the defored payment, from, h-, pV mVofsaUDtvH06' '.. m,liatoW after JinUarv 1st.. 1S64, Tkbh: One copy One year, 2i ono eojry six months, $1 ; five copies six months, ft ; ten copien six months, SH; ten copies 13 months, $25; filteon copies twelve montha. $23 i twenty copies twelve months, $2S in Advance. . Letters should be directed, post paid, to WrH & Co.. 128 Fulton street.N. Y. . Kov. 1. 1853. . ' City Shoe,. Leather anil Finding Store. WORK, RON ft WOTtK would respectfully inform the citi zens of Fairfield and adjoining conn tins, thst thev have received their Kai.i. Ptoost. which con.ita of every thing nvnally kept in such an establishment. We havo also on hand a lares and excellent stock of FINDINGS, which we will furnish to Shoema ker's and Findings Stores at reasonable price. Kola Leather. Morocco. Linings, Bindings, fee., always on hand. 'Wa are prepared as heralulora to manufacture anvthlng in our iine Lancaster. Oc'tober3llH63. , fcJtw -i Notice ,.i Is . Vereby ' given to all persona having . .ima rnint the Fairfield county Agrl- pultural Society to present tbeni at tlje ear- .t nnaa h le dav. as 11 IS desirous lis ua.o .v...r . , , . matters- immeoiaieiy .jjioaau. ItEtV HEADV PAY STORE. JULIAS & FORF.SMAN. ' ATE just received and opened at the Old Stand a M- ot Jbi-ia a iMuen, an entire NF.W STOCK OF DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Qtirriuirare, Booh, Shoes, Bonrcts, Parawls, etc.. Which have been bought for cash and will be sold for cash or coctitxt raonucE at very aman prouia. All that i necessary to convince butera that the ready pay ayatem ia proferable to the old way of do ing business, is to call and examine their price. TALIMADOB HOUSE. AT.YAII PERUY, PROPRIETOlt. mitK Pnvnrietnr informs the public that several J. thousand dollars have been expended in entire y fitt;mr ind fiirnishi'f this hou.!.. Ha 6attera him self that he esa furnish to his boanleraand to the tra velling public accommodations equal to those of the best Hotels in the West. His tsb'e is always fumth ed with the best tho market affords hia stable I largo and in fine condition. Having had considera ble experience in hotnl-keeping.he hope to receive a lull snare ot ine ptionj pat rmi.jv. I Ithln. Anril Li. inrOhio Stateman. Ohio State Journal, Ohio Eagle andTelogapn, i-ancasxer, puuiumuuw jw.. i HE OLD SLOW and EASY FOUNDRY. Messrs. Clarke, Wright & Co., TAVE taken, for a term of years, the Foundry 1 1 owned by John Arney, Ksq., situate upon Co umbus and Broad Streets, in the city of Lancaster. mere they are determined to at on nana wim aw aucn t.liclea in'their line.as the country requires. :0AL. WOOD, COOKING AND PARLOUR STOVES, "-- i. 1M" f GEARING. MACHINE &Z2CASTL'G8 AXD PMUGJIS, ol . irious patterns, warranted aauperior artii le, togath ,r with all minor article in the Foundry line. or.ARKE'S Cornstalk and Straw Cutter, ' An article superior to all others of the ltindin the -ountry, and ou to which we invite tha special at t -rttion of the r"armar. Thi machine for cutting .nock corn for high feeding or fattening stock, will we1 from 30 to 40pof cent. Cord Fodder, when cut, nearly or quite equal to hay for feeding either cat lie or horse, making an acre of well aaved com lod ger worth two acres of the bear grown hay in Ohio. They are calculated for either hand or horse power. We are also m-enarinc to furnish 16 order MCCORMICK'S RF.APKR AND GRASS CUT Ten iKn Mnonr.'S WHF.AT DRlLLi ' ' Timinrii irive nsa call. Kvarvbodv givo es I Bill, and buy our good and waresmr ploughs and lhares, I nd we will try inturntobuy jour om, your wheat,, your flour, your meat, your hay, your oata, your rag bank notes, or aught you may desire to spare, of .rut niW wara. We therefore have the highest hope,without designing any joke, that you will- givo a liberal share. of Ipatronage to u who ara I daWnoinedto do business on the moat liberal terms. , SAVE YOUR TEETH. -erv -.,- cnTT A Koto hare formed a partnership, LFfor .the purpose of prscticing DF.NTISTRY. Thev guarantee erf ire sarisfjetinn in setting Artificial Teeth?nd fill (plug) teeth to arrest deray and pre .ham fnr life. Their office ia the same recent ly occupied by Dr. King, in Connell' Row, where th will bo moat harpy to sea their friends who mav wish the condition of their mouths Improved. - u crnrT IA, as li IflMH Lancaater, June 14, 18S3. , Dmti. DRS. t-ider cV Williams have made an improve inentiathe art of inserting artificial teeth on me talir nlates. The improvement consists in aodder. ing teeth ooplatos, as to prevent them tram coo tract ing and springine while iatha ci of soldering nH nwi'inff. which will avoid all ditiicuttie that Den tiats ao invaiiahly meet with in constructing full sotr of teeth, a patent wiu no aecurea in a anon tuna then specimens can oe seen ai our oiuca. r : Lancaster, juna iv, iww. ' " 15 W. T. sVISE, .,., 1853 ., osalik tw ritcT Aim stah. irai moss. ct Opposite Skfffer't Hottt.) .-, ALA TtCt: and general awortmorrt new open ta which the attention of purchasers i respectful ly vit-d. - April 13, 1603. , , Estate of Joha Brigbii ' fOTICEui hereby given, that the aderaigwed Im dalr annniuted and nnaiitied aa Ad- ministator on the' E.'al of Jon BaaarT. dewaaed. Sept 4H, lhj3 4 wil I. L. WfcL.MiWlk..Adm lor. ,. City lroperty fbr Sni -' . THE undersiirned offers fn lite f ho property now occupied by him aa a resilience, upon tba aoarh west corner of 'Chestnut street and Centre alloy. It is located in the central part of the city, and will be) old upon reasonable terms. 1 . ' ' Lancaster, Oct G. 1853. r . orrdSeV;., Administrator Notice. , . , MaIIpa la harabv oivan. tfiat .tho nnder signed has been appointed! and qualified aa administrator' ia the estate, of Catharine Seiti, deceared. . . " JOHN A, COLLINS, Adim WHOLESALE and retail tWlwr 4a-fi.at.a and Provisions. Koreira and Domeatic Liqaoi and Importer ot nennaa t ino. . , Main t treat. Lancaster) bat). iy; -i r.,. ... ...... WASTED.- .r--- -;- V JOURNEYMAN Cabinet Maker caa 6nd (m medi ate and permanent employment oodwa'gey P nlving to the undersigned, at Lahcaater; Ohio. v ' s . - THOMAS O. DODSON. Lancaster, Oct 24,1863- . .-. ' 1'IIOMiRKr. I.AHIPS. A New and desirable article recommended f. economy, comfort and avoiding greae OS Car peta.ke. Thoy only need being seen to induce any v to purchase them. Tho public are invited to cAl ! sa them at the ciiy Drug Mora. Lancaster June 30. )L. RLOCUM- . fJUNE 30, 1853. - Received this iiy it the ehfcaf Store (npppgite ShaeiTer' Hotel) a large variety of Fancy are Good rack aa plain Borage of all roloraanl price. Fig'dineragesof many tyle. and cheap, some rrty hamiaomo, oniy . j-4. - . . , . i . j. ' . w. T. Wlbki. . 4 "na be presented eithorto the- President or 'S?'.; JOHN fcrWEAVEll, Secretary ' JlAc.star February 10, 186 . '. ..-? Francis Wyer Estato. . ". HATrtTI fTF. ia herebv si ven that the subscriber ha iboen appointed and qualified aa executor of tho Estate of Frariri Myers, lata of Fairfield t'oiinty. decnued,utedat uncaaier tnia ziin aay m amy, ig53, - . mi.nAr.L ni,iu,. Esseutorof rAeis Deed.- 8wt . . A CARD. : THE motto ot(it Philadelphia Commission, Slot is, "Evrn Ton ouoht to Stasid ost its pwsr . Bottom;" hence said establishment keep no1hin( -on hand to conflict whHfhe Hardware Merchaht Jew. oleT Grdceri do'fhior. 8hckmaker,, Hatter; or any thing outaf the strict line of Dry Good. Think of thia all ye interested and let the Agent of tho ComsnuW alon Store realize that jwl look to your interests. - The moat splendid tock of Dry Good eyer offered In Lancaster, for variety, stylo and eheapsMs, can b ajaocBvuirtiapru iu, itw- - - - n . . i , i i j 1 , , ' " - - : . IlOt FOR CALIFORNIA- v. Till: mhscTiber has ht reeelred at Mb Jewelry Shoo, one door West of the Taliaaadgo siotiae. lot of COLTS RE VOL VJURS, which ho -wil ... 4 ' i n r k Tl'I; sell M reaapnioio once.- , ,,j , ,w J" IiOicaatoT. mar.h ita, ltwt -, . . .. . . - Now o'panine. a fresh lot fit Fjigllah straw, plain Leghurh, French La, Gimp, arm rsriosn kmd. gome more of that tamo orttW c en call sootj June 30, law. a.i.nw , Hoiery,Kotioaa ahd Nlc IShcVn In intramcrabiovwetyat. - ' W. T. VIE'8. ' '; ,. r . - IYEII , j-. . . ' '. . YOTTcan got Logwood. Eirt Ugwod. Futie, tain Wor.d, Blua Titrio, aladdaw.copporaaS Alaini Indigo.of tho host oaality t . . A Sembeift., , . 'KATjrFSSAK M Jail servant girt deaa on toe jot in si.