Lancaster Intelligencer from Lancaster, Pennsylvania on June 6, 1834 · 3
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1 SPEAKER g rtvrNsox. After serving' a3 speaker of the house of representatives seven years, Mr. Stevenson in an impressive address to the house, resigned his office of speaker on Monday last, the '2d instant, and announced at the same time, the circumstance of his haying communicated to the Governor of Virginia, his resignation of his seat as a member of Congress. Immediately upon the conclusion of the address, the house proceeded to the election of a speaker in the place of Mr.' Stevenson, appointing M cKinley, Whittlesey, Muldenburg, Bynum, Schley and Forrester, tellers. The following table exhibits the result of each of the ten ballotings which took place: BALLOTING& 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 7. 8. Wil1e, 64 64 59 49 37 24 16 11 Polk, 42 5i 57 59 67 67 73 78 Sutherland, 34 SO 26 25 16 16 10 9 Bell, SO 39 47 49 57 65 76 97 Speight, 18 16 8 4 3 1 3 3 Wayne, 15 13 15 25 30 36 23 13 Williams, 4 E. Everett, 3 1 Chilton, 2 Hubbard, 2 1 1 2 1 Gamble, 1 1 Gilmore, 1 Blanks, 4 2 4 7 5 5 10 7 J. Q. Adams, 2 Hardin, 1 Lane, 1 Marshall, 1 Archer, 1 Crockett, 1 Coulter, 1 1 Binney, 1 7. 8. 9. 10. 16 11 11 12 73 78 76 78 10 9 4 2 76 97 104 114 3321 2813 8 6 6 6 The York Gazette gives a list of arrivals from the Susquehanna, by the Codorus navigation. from the 12th to the 25th May inclusive, of 12 arks, laden with coal, shingles, staves, boards, tttc. 45 rafts of boards, lumber, &c. and 1 boat. Our neighbors of the Codorus appear to possess a good deal more of the spirit of enterprise than our friends of the Conestogo. Our navigation, we understand, is in excellent order; but the business Upon it has made, as yet, very little stir. Our old friend Hezekiah Niles, complains that the committee selected to examine into the affairs of the bank of the United states was not chosen from among the friends of that institution. As well might a high-way robber complain that the jury empanelled to try him were not brother robbers, or a swindler, that the:judges on the bench were not Ms peers. The old adage, set a thief to catch a thief, would hardly do in this case. The cry of distress is a subject of merriment to those who trade in groans. We saw a learned Doctor hold a gentleman fast by the button a few days since, and from the solemnity fills countenance we suspected he was condoling with him up.. On some family catamity. "What," said 1 to the Doctor, "is the matter in O'D's. family." "Nothing," replied Pills, laughing, "I was only operating upon him." Immediately afterwards meeting O'D. I enquired "why, the Doctor looked so serious?" "He be d---d llIe was boring me about the cursed Bank question. He held me a quarter of an hour by the button. It came in at one ear and went out at Vother." "lie certainly puts you down among the 'big wigs.' find his mistake next October." In Senate, TUESDAT, May 20. "Mr. Webster presented a memorial from a meeting of Whigs of the town of Columbia, Lancaster county, praying a restoration of the deposites and the re-charter of the United States Bank, and, -disapproving. of the President's message, protesting against the resolutions of censure by the Senate." If our neighbors of Columbia will not take it unkindwe mean our whigamite neighbors we would be glad to know when they stumbled upon their new-fangled title. The hig party, which now rules England, pretends to be the democracy of Great Britain, which title certain of the nobility assumed by way of throwing out a tub to the whale: or, according to the political philosophy of Dominic Adams, hypocritically going with the democracy ot the country, that they might more certainly controll and rule it. The leaders of the whig party in England, are as determined foes to the rights of the people, and as deeply imbued with aristocratic principles, and as determinedly hostile to civil liberty as the Duke of Wellington himself, with this difference, that Wellington's aristocracy, is open, undisguised, and honest:whereas the leaders of the whig ministry are as false to the people, as treacherous and as corrupt as Webster or Clay,their humble imitators in political deception and fraud. We, however, must inform our neighbors, that any borrowing of titles from ray Lord Grenville, or my lord John Rdssel, or my lord Devi Iton himself, though recommended for adoption by the apes of English pride and English nobility, from my Lord Powell, of Powellton, of the county of Philadelphia, down to the Gowan that vegetates on the stinking borders of the Sewer of Dock. street is disgraceful to the man who beats the proud title of AINIERICAN CITIZEN. In respect to the petition, we feel no doubt about the faction from which it sprung; and though, like the rattle snake, it should cast its skin a thousand times, it cannot change its natureits fangs still contain the deadly poison. We are willing to admit that there are many respectable men, and, in the common acceptation of the term, good men, who differ flom.General Jackson. en the subject of removing the deposites from, 1 what panic hag ever been, groundless and re-chartering the Bank of the United clamor, we r-ive the following list of priStates: But among good men, honest men, ces at the two extremes of our state,as bet-and men of sound j rinciples and sound unter evidence of the situation of the country derstanding, there is but one opinion, and than is to be obtained front the tieceptious there can be but one cpinion, upon the sub ject of the attack made by the majority of taies manufactured by the panic makers. the Senate upon the exercise of the constitu- Front the Pittsburg. Gazette Prices Current tional powers of the executive; and but one of' May SO. opinion upon the right and duty of the execu- Wheat 75 cents, Rye 82, Corn 62, tive to deft nd and support, to the death, if Oats 45, Bacon 5 to 51, hams 7f, do. necessary, the authority and power consticovered 81; Flour, superfine, S4 f25 to tutionally placed in his bands. - The executive in defending the govern- " ment against the treasonable movements of From Bicknell's ( Philadelphia ) Reporter the Southern traitors under the name of Nut- and Price Current of June 3. lifiers, performed no more than his duty: and Flourthe demand for superfine has when assailed, individually, by a combina- far exceeded the supply, and consequenttion of these traitors with dissolutionists from ly an advance has been realized on last the East and Westbecause he had the re- week's prices; sales of SON bbls. for ex-solution to put down the Southern rebellion, rst-s4 .e VI 1 g e! hist t,ta Plaiir Stiliniti II LtJ puL LW IV II L1L ....,utiLisy., ts n ,Lo,a.awaq port at 65 50; 1513 bbis. Rye Flour at because he resists the attempt to erect upon from Z3 44 to 3 50. the ruins of the liberty of our country a monied aristocracy, he does no more than his Wheat Si 13 to 1 14; Oats S3 cents, oath of office requires: For this he is revi- Rye 65, Corn 68 to 65, Corn Meal per led: He stands firmly an immoveable barn- Mid, S13 75 to 14, in bbls. 2 871 to 3, er, sustained by the constitution, between the The article is firm at latter prices. encroachment of a usurping senate and the Ol-200 gallons linseed sold at 86 to peopleand for this he is calumniated by ID 871 cents. hireling lawyers and hireling presses. These patriots of Columbia, who rebuke , WhiskeySales frow wagons at 22 to the President! These new-fangled lohigs, 23 cents per gallon in hhds. Sales of 300 whigamites, or wigs, where did they spring bbls. at 24 to 251 cents. from so suddenly? Did they crawl out of the slime of the Susquehanna, like the bull PRICES OF STOCKS. frogs, with the first hot sun of spring? Or Pennsylvania 5 per cents, redeemable in are they, identically, the same, who were a 1853, '54, for $100 paid 106a197 present price few short months since flaunting about under 1856, '58, 100 1070108f the name of National Republicansand a 1860, 100 1080110 short time before that, boasting of the purity What do the panic makers say to flu of their origin, under the title of federalists? above facts? Produce is higher than I, Bravo! Scarcely has the counterfeit patriot has been for years. The farmers are wet been detected under the disguise of a federsatisfied with the prices, and find no dif alist, till he changes the mask and comes out ficulty in obtaining the cashthe hart 0 a Federal Republican! 1Vhen routed from this burrow, he ensconces himself behind cash, for every thing they have to sell the more catching name of National Repub- And that money is plenty in the cities licanand now, when that is found untena- very plentyand that the credit of thi state of Pennsylvania is unimpaired, not blewhen the fox discovers that his doub- ling does not destroy the odor that taints the withstanding the treachery of the Ilan! air and betrays his courseand that biting of the United States in the affairs of tk off his tail does not foil the enemysteals a Aliens, is proved by the high price am .friendly coat, and boldly enters the camp t of his deadly foe, and says I am you and the demand for our stock in the market you are Li I am a whig! You are a 67.--,,-;--,-. Federal Republican! I am a Whig! You are IMMAIC SALE. a National Republican! I am a WhigYou IITILL be sold by public 'endue, a .v 'I Thursday, the 12th June, at the dwel are a Tory! I once heard of a man, per- ling house of William Weidler, Leacoc: township, about three-fourths of a mile fror haps a horse thief, who stole a horse in the evening and sold him to the rightful owner Wenger's mill, and a quarter of a mile fron the next day, who never discovered the don . Weidler's tavern, all the personal propert of the said NVilliam Weidler, consisting of ble cheat, until a smart shower restored the large quantity of HOUSEHOLD ANI KITCHEN ' horse to his natural colour. Our Columbia FURNII'LIRE, a valuabl friends need not fear a shower,we "know Eight-Day Clock, Looking Glasses, .5Lc a hawk from a herron shaw;" and no matter Also, a windmill, cutting box, dearborn wa and farming utensils; with harness, lianrness, how thick they lay on the coloring we know f flue shoats, a quantity of popla them by the cut of the coat. plank, suitable for chairmakers, white oa: Why resort to this base hypocricy, if the posts, and sawed white oak rails. Also, W end be honest? Why resort to disguise if heat, Rye, Oats, Corn and Grass, in th ground, by the acre, and a variety of arti their cause be just? Why guilty of fraud ties too numerous to insert. Sale will coot of deceptionif shame has not driven them mence at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Atten from the open path of honor and integrity? dance will be given, and terms made know l& the undersigned assignees of said Williar Why sink their true name under an ahas, eidler. unless to hide their true character? DAVID WEIDLER, But these patriots disapprove of the Pres- MOORE CON N ELL. June 6 50-It ident's protest! "Roar me, good lion! gentle as the sucking dove!" The ridiculous of Public Notice. this reminds us of the wrath of a Welshman, WILLIAM WEIDLER and wife, ha who, upon a time, when angrywith his wife, ing, by a Deed of Assignment, date the fifteenth day of May, A. D. 1834, assigr and desirous of impressing her with a proper ed and transferred II h a their property to th sense of his family dignity, cried out "trem- undersigned, in trust for the benefit of th ble, you jAdel tremble! My father wore a creditors of the said William Weidlel silk shirt!" Notice is Hereby Given, to all ' persor indebted to the said William Weidler I A meeting of whigs of the town of Colum- make payment to either of th e un ersig d a ne bia! Mr. Webster has not been much giy- Assignees without delay; and all persor en to blushing of late; or, if he knew any having claims will present them, proper thing about the matter, when he presented authenticated, for examination and wait ment. , DAVID NV EIDLER, the petition, the deep tint of shame would MOORE CONNELL, have reddened his cheek. The 1P7iigs of Leacock township, May 29, 1834. Columbia! But the grin of ridicule which June 6 59-tf curled like little waves the broad visage of - Mm.mn Nully Calhoun when Mr. Webster corn- GRAND IMPROVEMENT IN , mented upon the condescending approbation DISTILLING. . which this new coinage of whigs, fresh from Great Saving of Fuel and Time! the mint of faction, passed upon the conduct 4Tplirl Subscriber, having obtained lette 4..1 patent from the government of the Un of the Senate, bade defiance to the solemnity ted States, for one i I o t le greatest improv of the most grim and grave. ments in Distilling that has ever been di There is a kind of self-importance, which covered, embracing economy in time, lath and fuel, thereby saving much of the e: ' increases upon some men with the increase pense that has heretofore been een necessary of their wealth, that makes every thing they the process of distilling, therefore offers do and every thing they say ridiculous. One the public generally, and to distillers ar coppersmiths particularly, the right of mai ' of these little would be great men, recently ing and vending the said improvement, ehh stamped whig, from genuine tory ore, and er by whole States, or by counties, or tow' now honored with a complimentary embassy ships. . to the combined army of nullifiers and Hart- kit persons who have had an opportunil of witnessing the .improvement are well s, ford convention whigs at Washington, paid a tisfied that this invention far surpasses P visit to the Columbia bridge, some years ago, others, both in the g t eat saving of time ar with a number of others, upon the occasion fuel, as well as in the additional quantity ' of its being opened to travellers. He exam- spirits which may be distilled from the sari ined the work with minute atttention, gazing been tested by several distillers of ',mica upon abutment,pier and superstructure; & at ter county, and has met with their decidt , last, raising himself upon his toes,came down approbation. Reference may be had to II on his heels with all his weight, and finding, tentlemen whose names are annexed. , The subscriber has also obtained a pate with some degree of astonishment, that the , for the plug which is used for letting tl . m bridge neither fell nor shook, looked round beer from one tub into the other, or from tl , with all the solemnity of an owl, and decla- tub into the still. This last improvemer ' red his belief that ',the bridge would stand?, to which he claims the exclusive right as tl ; He might have added"for I have tried it.4 original inventor, has been in use by son distillers. He therefore hereby notifi Such is the calibre of mind of too many 1 .f. i suc i i t h ey are desirous of continuing tl whom accident has made rich, or who inher- use of said plug, to call upon him and p; it wealth which they never earned, or were for the same, and thereby save costs, as 1 , ever capable of earning; but assume an im- is determined to maintain his rights. I . poitance and an insolent bearing in society, All persons who wish to obtain a right f the whole e w o e improvement, or a part there( ' as contemptible as it is obnoxious to a dis- -are invited to call upon the subscriber, 1 I cerning cammunity. siding in the city of Lancaster, where I -0 e T H E MmET.Notwithstanding the dismal tales we have every mail, of the commercial distress, the manufacturing distress, in the cities and family distress in the country, we cannot help observing that the people of the cities enjoy their balls, their parties and their plays with as much spirit and gayety as usual. Their splendid equipages roll through the streets their belies, beaux and dandies flutter about like gilded butterflies in the sun as formerly; and to satisfy the observer that the distress is all talk, and the panic, 4 50. hat panic hag iier been-, groundless clamor, we the following list of prices at the two extremes of our state,as bet The article is firm at latter prices. Oil-200 gallons linseed sold at 86 to 871 cents. WhiskeySales frow wagons at 22 to 23 cents per gallon in hhds. Sales of 300 Ibis. at 24 to 25 1 cents. PRICES OF STOCKS. Pennsylvania 5 per cents, redeemable in 1853, '54, fur $100 paid I 06a 107 present price. 1856, '58, 100 1070108f 1860, 100 1080 no What do the panic makers say to the above facts? Produce is higher than it has been for years. The farmers are well satisfied with the prices, and find no difficulty in obtaining the cashthe hard cash, for every thing they have to sell: And that money is plenty in the cities very plentyand that the credit of the state of Pennsylvania is unimpaired, notwithstanding the treachery of the Bank of the United States in the affairs of the Aliens, is proved by the high price and the demand for our stock in the market. PUMA() SALE. I.L1, hLu rsbay easotlidi e bl y2 t hp June, 'endue, eoln ling house of William Weidler, Leacock township, about three-fourths of a mile from Wenger's mill, and a quarter of a mile from. IVeldler's tavern, all the personal property of the said NVilliam Weidler, consisting of a large quantity of HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN 'FURNITURE, a valuable Eight-Day Clock, Looking Glasses, ikc Also, a windmill, cutting box, dearborn wagon, with harness, and farming utensils; a number of fine shoats, a quantity of poplar plank, suitable for chairmakers, white oak posts, and sawed white oak rails. Also, Wheat, Rye, Oats, Corn and Gras, in the ground, by the acre, and a variety of articles too numerous to insert. Sale will commence at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Attendance will be given, and terms made known by the undersigned assignees of said William Weidler. DAVID WEIDLER, ' MOORE CONNELL. June 6 50It Public Notice. wILLIAM WEIDLER and wife, haying, by a Deed of Assignment, dated the fifteenth day of May, A. D. 1834, assigned and transferred all their property to the undersigned, in trust for the benefit of the creditors of the said William Weidler; Notice is Hereby Given, to all ' persons indebted to the said William Weidier, to make payment to either of the undersigned Assignees without delay; and all persons having claims will present them, properly authenticated, for examination and settlement. , DAVID NV EIDLER, MOORE CONNELL. Leacock township, May 29, 1834. June 6 394 GRAND IMPROVEMENT IN DISTILLING. Great Saving of Fuel and Time! 1 ;11)11E Subscriber, having obtained letters' 4.1. patent from the government of the United States, for one of the greatest improve-1 ments in Distilling that has ever been discovered, embracing economy in time, labor and fuel, thereby saving much of the expense that has heretofore been necessary in the process of distilling, therefore offers to the public generally, and to distillers and coppersmiths particularly, the right of making and vending the said improvement, either by whole States, or by counties, or townships. All persons who have had an opportunity of witnessing the improvement are well satisfied that this invention far surpasses all others, both in the great saving of time and fuel, as well as in the additional quantity of spirits which may be distilled from the same amount of grain. This improvement has been tested by several distillers of Lancaster county, and has met with their decided approbation. Reference may be had to the entlemen whose flames are annexed. The subscriber has also obtained a patent for the plug which is used for letting the beer from one tub into the other, or from the tub into the still. This last improvement, to which he claims the exclusive right as the original inventor, has been in use by some distillers. He therefore hereby notifies such ' if they are desirous of continuing the use of said plug, to call upon hirn and pay for the same, and thereby save costs, as he is determined to maintain his rights. All persons who wish to obtain a right for the whole improvement, or a part thereof, are invited to call upon the subscriber, re. siding in the city of Lancaster, where he may be seen at all times; and the terms of his right will be such as no person who has had an opportunity of witnessing the valuable improvement will be dissatisfied with. JACOB WEITZEL. The following Distillers, residing in the City of Lancaster, now have the said improvement in use, and have given their decided approbation; as will appear by their letters to him now in his possession. JOHN CREADY, East Hempfield. MARTIN KREIDER, Ditto JOHN FRANTZ, Manor. JACOB WITMER, do. PHILIP BUSHONG, Reamstown. N. B. Any person wishing to have their Stills altered in this place, can have any kind of distillery altered, for about from fifty tei seventy dollars. June 6 50-tf Public Notice. TIE subscribers, executors of the last 41 will and testament of Samuel Miller, of the city of Lancaster, Victualler, deceased, give this public notice to all persons having claims against the estate of the said Samuel Miller, to render them, properly authenticated, for settlement; and those indebted to make payment to either of the executors, before the first day of July next, or their accounts will be placed in the hands of a magistrate for collection on that dav. GEORG E MESSENKOP. CHRISTIAN MYLIN. June 6 50-4t JUST RFCEIVI D & FOR SALE, CHEAP, Prowl-lett Ginger, in Jar-1 GOSHEN CHEESE, AND SUPERIOR SWEE I' SCENTED Cavendish Tobacco) At J. ZIMMERMAN'S Liquor & Grocery Store, North Queen-st. Lancaster. june 6 50-3nq John stehmanl .Jr. CABINET MAKER, NORTI I QUEEN STREET, a few doors south of I lowiVs, formerly Metznr's tavern, Lancaster, has on hand Mahogany and Cherry Bureaus; Tables, Sideboard; tk.c. &c. and makes to order, in the very best manner, and of the best materials, every article of Parlour and Household Furniture lu his line, on moderate terms. COFFINS expeditiously made,of any kind of wood required. June 6 50-tf alga B ,11 I YiIILiin Cs HUH, HAS opered a house of Public Entertainment, sign of the Globe, North West Corner of North Queen Street, at the intersection of the Columbia and Philadelphia Rail-road, Lancaster. This being the stopping place of the rallroad stage cars, in the city, the house has been recently fitted up, and prepared with every convenience for the express purpose of accommodating passengers in the cars and travellers generally. V. C. Hull has a comfortable rail-road car, which leaves Lancaster for Columbia twice every day, and returns from Columbia regularly, allowing a short delay for the accommodation of passengers who have business. For seats apply at Mr. Jacob Gossler's, Washington -Hotel, Columbia, and at the Globe Inn, Lancaster. Passenget s arriving in his car, will be accommodated with carriages to convey them to any Inn in Lancaster, free of cxtra charge. Baltimore and Port Deposite Stearn Boat and Stage Line. W. C. Hull's Stage for Port Deposite, in connection with the Steam Boat Governor Wolcott, Capt. W. W. Verdin. of Baltimore, leaves William Cooper's Inn, kVest King street, Lancaster, every Tuesday and Saturday morning at 8 o'clock, and leaves Mrs Quarrle's Inn, Port Deposite, every Vednesday and Sunday morning at 4 o'clockand the Steam Boat leaves Port Dcposite for Baltimore every Wednesday and Sunday morning at 10 o'clock; and leaves Potterson street wharf. Baltimore, for Port D, posite every'Tuesday and Saturday morning at 9 o'clock;Fare from Lan caster to Port Deposite, two dollars twenty-five cents; and from Lancaster to Baltimore three dollars fifty cents. Lancaster and Columbia Mail, Via Millerstown and Washington, Leaves Mr. Cooper's, West King street, every Tuesday and Friday morning at 7 o'clock, and Mr. Gossler's, Columbia, every Tuesday and Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Downingtown Mall, Leaves Mr. Cooper's every Tuesday and Friday, at 7. A. M. and leaves the house of Mr. Isaac Downing, Downingtown, every Wednesday and Saturday morning, at 7 o'clock. Beading Mail Stage, '-o, Via Litiz, Ephrata, Reamstown and adamstown, Leaves Mr. John Michael's Inn, North Queen Street, Lancaster, every Monday, Wednesday 8c Friday morning. at 8 o'clock. Leaves Major Mullienberg's Hotel, Reading, for Lancaster, via the above mentioned places, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 o'clock, A. M.Fare through, two dollars twentyfive cents. Lebanon Mail, Via Rohrerstown, Petersburg, Manheim and Mount Hope, Leaves Mr. John Michael's, North Queen street, Lancaster, every Friday morning at 7 o'clock, and leaves Mrs. Wright's Hotel, Lebanon, every Saturday morning at 7 o'clock, via the above named places, for Lancaster. Passengers in any of the above lines will be set down at any places required. JOB PRINTING Neatly Executed at this Office. N,V. C. IL still continues his Livery Sta- ' ble and is prepared to furnish extra rail road Cars, Stages, or Carriages, at the shortest notice, to convey passengers where-ever required. Having a very large stock of Gigs, Sulkies, Dearborns, Carriages ' Wagons, and Stages on hand, he will sell any of them on moderate terms, or would exchange for country produce or horses. Lancaster, June 6, 1834. tf nix AV AY, , 9 I NOTICE TO ON the night of Thursday, toe 2,2(1 May, from the subscriber, living in Drumore CONTUACTORS PROPOSALS yid be received at the Rail. township, Lancaster county, an apprentice to the Tanning business, named DAVID way Office, in the city of Lancaster, until 6 'dock, P. M. of Wednesday the llth day of MILLER, abvut I:0 years of age, six feet June next, for three inches high, black hair and heavy , black eye brows. Had with him when he Building 3 Farm Bridges, absconded, various articles of clothing. 1 on the Columbia Rail-way, viz: one on sec-will give six cents, or a chew of tobacco, to tion No. 5; one on section No. 11, and one on the person who brings him back. section No. 29. Plans and specifications will DANIEL LEFEVRE, Tanner. be exhibited at the office two days previous June 6 50 3r9 J to the letting. Approved Family Medicines, WM.B. MITCHELL, Sup Rail-way Office, XN, hich are celebrated for the cure of most Lancaster, May 28th. 1836.1 tt;..... tt, trh;ei tho ;Liman ltrutv ;Gt 1;,111. Approved Family Medicines, hich are celebrated for the cure of most diseases to which the human Body is liable. Dr. Robertson's celebrated Stomachic Elixir of health. For the cure of Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Ilooping Cough, Asthma, pains in the Breast, wind in the Stomach, Bowel complaints, tkci--Pice SI 50. Dr. Robertson's Vegetable Nervous Cordial, or Nature's Grand Restorative. Recommended for the cure of all nervous complaints, attended with inward weakness, depression of the spirits, head-ache, tremor, faintness, hysteric fits, debility, the exces sive use of mercury, diseases peculiar to females, &c.--Price St SO. Dr. Robertson's celebrated Gout and Rheumatic Drops. A safe and effectual cure for the gout, themnatism, lumbago, stone and gravel, swellines mut Nv eak ness of the joints, sprains, bruises, pains in the head and face, frosted feet, &c.---Price Dr. Robertson's l'atent Stomachic Bitters. Celebrated for strengthening a weak stomach, increasing the appetite, and a certain preventive and cure for the fever and ague, &c.Price $I. Dr. Robertson's Infallible NVorm Destroying Lozenges.--Price 50 cents per package, large ditto, $1. Dr. Dyott's Anti-Bilious Pills. For the prevention and cure of bilious and malignant fevers.Price 25 cents per box, large ditto, 50 cents. Dr. Dyott's Patent Itch Ointment. A safe and infallible cure for the Itch.--Price 50 cents per box. Dr. Tissot's Gout and Rheumatic Drops. The Vegetable Balm of Life. Circassian Eye NVater. A sovereign re. No. 2, containing 220 Acres, principally medy for all disorders of the Eyes.--Price Voodland, and has upon it a Dwelling 50 cents. House, Barn, and several fine springs of wa, Dr. Dyott's Infallible Tooth Ache Drops. ter. . Price 50 cents. The above tract is situated immediately The Balm of Iberia.- Extracted from an on the shore of the Susquehanna, about four Iberian Fragrant Plant, for curing defects in miles below the Columbia Bridge in York county, and about one mile and a half frora Price two dollars. the iron works of II. Y. Slaymaker L',E Co. No. 3, contains I10 Acres, all Vondland, The Restorative Dentifrice. For cleans- and one small Dleelling House. ing, whitening, and preserving the teeth and No. 4, contains 45 Acresupon it is a gums.Price 50 cents per box. Dwelling House, Stable, Spring, with a For sale at the sole Agent's, stream of water of sufficient power and fall Da. GE() B. KERFOOT'S for it Furnace. About the half of the tract Drug and Chemical Store, is of fine limestone quality. No. 3, Centre Sparc. No. 5, A tract of nine acres, with a DwelJune 6 if ling House and Stable, good spring water, - - - &c. CVoillinthila Bridge Company, No. 6, A tract of 10 acres of Land, all ilay, 26, MM. ) limestone of the first quality, with a DwelAgreeably to the act of incorporation, an ling Ilouse,011ice and Stables, and fan admiElection for nine Directors for this into itution, ruble spring of water with a spring house ott will be held at the Banking House, on Mon, it, and other necessary buildings. (lay, the 7th day of July next. No. 7, containing 15 acres about half wood PR ES I ON B. ELDER, Casliter. and the rest clear, and on it a Dwelling may 30 49-3t flott,:e and Barn, and other outhouses. --i---- These tracts of land all adjoin each other, 'A FR r.S11 SU 11 PLY , and offer to the enterprising capitalist as NEW AND C El CAP GOODS. fine a speculation as has been offered in this ,r, AsEy & sTI(NIAN, respectfully in- country . for along time. li.) form their friends and the public gene. Ad:Pulling this valuable tract of land, forge rally, that they have lust returned from Phi- ' and furnace sites, is a Limestone ladelphia, and are opening at their New FARR oil' 200 Atin ES -- I Store, corner of East King street and Centre Square. a large and well selected assortment of GOODS, suitable for the present and ap, Gri AND A FINE st &Merchant Mill I ASEIr STI(;N1AN, respectfully int) form their friends and the public generally, that they have lust returned from Philadelphia, and sire opening at their New Store, corner of East King street and Centro Square, a large and well selected assortment of GOODS, suitable for the present and approaching seasons. Lancaster, Illay 30, 1834. 49-tf People's Daily Lin( Ty -077,7.11t,t-e"7',1. 1", '41,71N-.J114-At ,f-JrwiTr01,1.41.1 tio-4 --',112tVf,Y1 trif !a-7ft s OSBORN, DAVIS, KIRK k SCHOLFIELD'S Splendid Line of RAIL-ROAD PASSENGER CARS, Travels Daily between Philadelphia 0' Columbia, Miming through Lancaver. T 1IE Cars will start from Vine the Corner of and Broad streets, Philadelphia, at 8 o'- clock, A. M. arrive at Lancaster a 4 1. M. and at Columbia at half past 5. NVill leave Columbia at 6 A. M. arrive at Lancaster at 7 to breakfast, leave Lancaster at 8 A.M. and arrive at Philadelphia at 4. P. M. i Passengers for the People's Line will be received in Philadelphia at Kittinger's, north fourth, near market street; at Duke's Indian King, south fourth; at Russenet's Western Hotel, market street; at Johns' Drove Yard, Vine. between 7th and 8th, and at Bartholomew's, corner of Broad and 12th, arid from these places be conveyed in Omnibuses to the cars. Passengers will be received in Lancaster, at Mr. Cooper's West King street, at Mr. Scholfield's, North Queen, and will be con eyed in Omnibuses to the cars. Passengers will be received in Columbia at Mr. Cossler's and at Mr. Donnelly's. Omnibuses will always be in readiness at the car stands in Philadelphia and Lancaster to convey passengers wherever required, in the two cities: and travellers arriving in the people's line at Lauxaster or Columbia can be accommodated with conveyances to any part of the country required. The People 's Line meets the West Chester line at the Steam boat Tavern 25 miles from Philadelphiathe Oxford stages at Downing. town- the Reading and Port Deposit lines at Lancaster, the York lilie at Columbia, and the New Line of Packet Boats, Captain attee, at Columbia; one of which leaves Columbia every morning at 7 o'clock, and arrives at Harrisburg at 5 P. M. to meet the extensive line of Leech, Co. for, Pittsburg, and Tygert's line for Northumberland and the North and West Branch of the Susquehanna. Another boat. leaves Harrisburg every morning at 7 o'clock and arrives at Columbia at 5 o'clock, P. M. to meet the carsthus rendering the lines of communication between Pittsburg and Philadelphia, and the towns upon the great River Susquehanna, and the North and West Branchesand Philadelphia, by the Pennsylvania Canal and the Columbia and Philadelphia Rail-way, perfectly connected. Substantial and commodious csrs, fine swift horses, careful drivers. and good attendants shall be studiously provided on this line: and nothing neglected to render the travelling bale and agreeable to passengers, and their reception and accommodations at the stopping places unexceptionable. CaCars can be had for private parties, as formerly, at any time, In Lancaster or Philadelphia. Lancaster, May SO, 1833. 49.ff 'MINS PO RT AkTION LINE. Iteitzel k, Moderweill COMMISSION :MERCHANTS At their Store at the intersection of the Railway St Queen st. Lancaster, Rre now ready to receive, Flour, Whiskey, and all other kinds of country produce or merchandise and forward by their Daily Line of Burden Cars, ! to Philadelphia, Columbia, or to any other place along the line, as may be required. Merchants and others are informed that 84 NI's. cars will receive lading at the stores of Samuel D. Orrick Co. Broad st delphia, to be delivered at Lancaster, Co. lombia, or at any intermediate point on the Columbia and Philadelphia Rail.way. The market price will always be gi.ven for all kinds ot country produce. may 30 PIIIVATE SALE. IS offered at private sale, the following des- cribed propertv : No. 1, Forge Prod, on this part of the land, containing 107 acres, is situated a Forge of three fires; with all the necessary buildings for that business, which has been in active operation for several years. On the stream which turns the forge wheel and about 200 yards further up stream, and on the same tract is a first-rate situation for a Furnacewood and ore and limestone in abundance close at hand. upon the bank of the river, which can be had at a fair price,if desired,along with the above described property. Terms Cash and the title indisputable. --, Application may be made for information, either on the premises or to - WM. BURGH, Asignee of James Evans. Margaretta P. O. York co. Pa. May 24th, 1834. 5 , New Establishment. 1.111111111 rn 11011111 41 MHO , I 1011;1 1110111 , i W 1 111.111 li 1 ti 11 . , I al, . II I! i I i :, ill' I: 1.,1'll ly1;,1 -,11111,0 111.117,- I, ii li! ',1,111i1 41. i' 1-1f : , 411,1i, . 111 111, H: ' ';'''''' l' 111''Itill.11 ilill,if I A - ut; E di ! I 1111111191!11 11011111 JOIN F.SIIROEDEIt Respectfully informs the citizens of Lancaster and its vicinity, that he has now on hand, at his Ft AVarc-litoltse, in East King street, opposite the Farmers' Bank, a handsome assortment of new and fashionable furniture, consisting of Sofas, Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads, rush bottom Chairs, Music Stools, Gilt Frame Looking Classes, 81.c. &c. which, together with a variety of neat and substantial furniture, now finishing, will make his assortment complete. Persons desirous of purchasing ready made furniture or of having any particular article made to order, are invited to call, and he assures them his prices shall be satisfactory, and the durability of his work warranted. oorrms. Having supplied himself with every descrip tion of wood suitable for that purpose, he is prepared to execute orders at the shortest no. tice, and this branch of business shall receive very particular attention. UPIIOLSTERING A first-rate upholsterer is engaged, Sofas and Chairs refitted, and every thing connec ted with that line attended to with despatch. may SO 49-3nq PUBLIC SALE. Will be sold by public auction, on Friday, the 6th ofJune, at John Flank's tavern, Williamstown. the Boards, Joists and Scantling . of the Rail Road Shantee, one mile east of Williamstown, in lots to suit purchasers. Also, twenty-five Beds and Bedclothes, and all the Furniture belonging to the shantee, cooking utensils, &c. all new. A large complete Cooking Stove, with all the boilers belonging to it, and 25 feet new pipe, and a neat small ten plate btA)ve, also new, with 25 feet new pipe. A complete set of QUARRYING TOOLS, such as picks, crow-bars, drills, sledges, shovels, nearly new, and a quantity of cast steel. Also, a new cart and gears, and a variety of ar, ticles too numerous to mention. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M. At. tendance will be given by MARTIN PHELAN. 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