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B1A1. 0N. WIXFIELD SCOTT
MriLLum A. G R A II A in,
' "' or posts caxolma.
' V SI1ATOEIAL itBCTO8.-.
EDWARD D. MANSFIELD,
WILLUAM DENN1SON, Jr.',
A .' DWTKICl ELECTORS. '
- IbU Dirt. CHARLES ANDERSON,'
Bd . ?;: i. 8COTT HARRISON,
8d " -. THOMAS 1. LARSH, J
4th " JOHN W. DEFREES,
tth - DANIEL 8EGUR; . ,
th HANSON L. PENN, -
nth u , JOHN MILTON WILLIAMS,
8th " WILLIAM LAWRENCE,
th " SARDIS BIRCHARD, ' .
10th ",'V JOHN I. VANMETER,
11th M. -WILLIAM E. FINCK,
, j,U' ,x,ixeum w a am, u at ,
13th - JOHN SHERMAN,
Jl4tW" " SMITH ORR,
1Mb " A. BANNING NORTON, ,,
lflth " ALEXANDER LEWIS,
17th M ' ROBERT B. MOORE,
18th VAN R. HUMPHREY,
19th " WILLIAM L. PERKINS,
30th M SILAS C. CLARK,
21st ' M. " JOHN A. BINGHAM.
', , ton tDFREMI COURT JUDOS.
Daniel A. Haynea, of Montgomery.
FOB BOARD or PUBLIC WORKS.
David II. Beardsley, of Cuyahoga.
CITY OF LANCASTER:
Wednesday Eve'ngr, Aug. 18, 1852
A Purely Locoroco Speech. Last evo
. nlng, the Democracy was addressed by At
' torney General Pugh, who happened in the
city. A very respectable number ofLoco
, focoa, Democrats and Whigs were in atten-
' dance. Mr. , Pugh is a representative of
. Hamilton county Locofocsism, one half of
Which is, by thoir own evidence, corrupt,
and the other half never get office. He is a
very imaginative gentleman, rejecting" the
true issues in the campaign and supposing
many others which do not exist. He sets
up a man of straw and then fights the image
as valiantly as the gallant Spanish Knight
did the windmills. He is a very truthful
gentleman, declaring upon his honor that
ninety-pine out of ever hundred soldiers in
the Mexican War, were Locofocos, and are
still of the same faith. The first declara
tion ' was in all conscience a sufficient de
parture from the ' truth, without adding the
last against the published , avowal of very
many of the Democratio portion of the army.
He is a, very consistent gentleman, declar
ing in one part of his speech that General
Scott is changing every day from one "ism"
to another ,and afterwards attempting to con
vlcthim of now favoring'several measures of
public policy because his "principles . are
convictions." The argument will do with
that class of men who forget the first por
tion of the speech before they hoar the sec
ond. . Ho pretends that ho is a friend of the
laboring man and desires high prices for
thorn, while at tlio same time ho opposes a
Tariff for protection to American Industry,
and supports a party which lust winter rais
ed the teaget of office-holders. The friends of
free-trada and hard-money acknowledge that
their measures will tend to lower wages ui.d
the price of every commodity, and now if
they can only succeed in keeping tlio pay
of office-holders up, Attorney Generuls and
other public servants will have a jolly time
of it. This thing of professions of love for
the poor men who help to support the Gov
ernment by taxes, is the sheerest demagogu
ism, and cornea with a very bad grace from
that class of men, wh, in the year one .of
the ' new Constitution in the hands' of its
frinds, nearly quadrupled the expenses of
legislation, raised the salaries of State offi
cers at least one-third and after all, by gen
eral confossion, have done worse than nothing.';'-
8o much for portions of the VpeechJ S Mr.
Pugh thinks) that all the people ought to ex
pect of the Government is to provide for the
punishment of crime and regulate the salaries
and conduct of office-holders. .' It is the old
doctrine revived. "Let the people take care
of the Government and then take care of
themselves." In other words, let the people
take care of and pay well the office-holders
of the country, and this will answer every
purpose. We might almost as well have no
government at all. WeJiad an idea that
besides having in view the peace of the com
munity, the constitution was framed for pro
moting our common welfare and prosperity,
for this purpose 'bestowing various powers
upon the general and local.' legislatures, in
eMitfcrjtr thafof passing criminal laws and
salary bills. - . ; :
We have not the least doubt in the world
but that the principles and measures advo
cated fir the speech last evening, nave a fair
embodiement .in the person of the Locofoco
candidate for the Presidency. He thinks, too,
that the people expect too much of the Gov
eminent, and ought to depend more upon
themselves. Such politicians dislike the idea
ef having the public funds squandered in
works of internal Improvement, as they very
much desire to have the largest portion di
rected in another channel. But even tftfels
not the worst of it. After denying all such
power to the government, they would ren
star worthless charters for associated wealth
and thus prevent entirely, the construction of
public improvements, the erection of manu
factoring establishments, and all enterprises
. which require the aid of associated capital.
1 la our opinion, legislatures should do mora
for the people and less for themselves and
partisan friends. . Instead of wasting half the
time pf a Besslcr-, for instance, in debating
the propriety ef raising tfleir own per diem,
that of their fent ; and aergeant-at-armsP
and the salaries of State officers, and of giv
ing thr printing, at high prices and in viola'
tlony of the, new Constitutfon, to a partisan
newspaper, they should frame better digest
ed1 laws for the State about which there could
not be so muoh doubt, that even the Attom-
ney General himself is compelled to differ
withhii party friends as tJ the propercoti
traction of important clausese ' ...',(.-
- But we have not time tofolHw.tiie Attor
ney General : any further . We have no
doubt bat that he did the best he could for,
(is party and Bis party friends . That is his
vocation. . His inconsistencies - and incon
gruities are chargeable rather to the subject
than, the- speaker. - Hie demagogulem is
he,ceMri)y a part of his calling. It U not
possible to expect from a speaker however
talented, a fair statement of , the issues be
tween the two "parties or a fair representa
tion of his oppobents, who is engage heart
and, soul io building Up Loeofocvism and
himself ' ' - - ' y
' fc7Dr..01d and all his'TSierXts act up
on the principle that "a lie well stuck to, is
as good as the truth." Case of the Watch
man, long after the organ from which he
makes up his paper, we mean the Statesman,
bad published the recantation of the slander
about the reiigious test in the constitution of
North Carolina, says that he never saw the
contradiction and the silly head that con
trols one of the' papers in this city copied the
twice-told Tie, after tho retraction bad been
publUhed in his own columns. , (Case didn't
send us a paper containing the article!)
Hark from tiie Tomb! The Cincin
nati Citizen, in the. following short para
graph, sums np the present condition of the
Locofoco party in that city its effect upon
the rank and file, and the only appeal that
can be made to induce them' to continue
Democrats! ' 'The deceit of men you have
trusted; the imprudence of men unknown
to you; the want of consistency and firmness
in the race of men known as politcians; the
variety and confusion of opinions in the
once united Democracy; though they make
you doubt the claims of your good old party,
do not set aside its right to your euuport.
Kosctusko and Scott.- In 1313, sime
two years before Kosciusko died, he wrote
a letter to a friend,, in which be spoke of
Gen. Scott, then if Europe, as follows:
Be pleased to convey my compliments to
Gen. Scott, and especially for his Victories
in Canada. 1 hope to Americans will fol
low his exri)p6hUtSuiafehitenergies,and
10 I? IMMi
fcTThe Cirdoville' Watchman says that
it is a ?"miserablo, slander' about Pierce
tainting in Mexico ami that jt has- been re
peatedly shown to be fuW. .-Cue is the only
LocofocQ editor w.ho.has denied the fact.
He must have a 'conscience. , , ;. ) '
Iowa Whkv Gov. Lucas , for Scott.
Cook, Whig, is elected to Congress by 1000
majority. A t correspondent of the Tri
bune writes that Iowa is "sure for Soott and
Graham," and that "the defeat' of Lincoln
Clark one. of the. strongest men in the
Democratic party has spread consternation
through the ranks of the enemv.' The
probability now is that the- lower branch of
the Legeslature will be , Whig. Uov. Lu
cas Democratic ex-Governor of Ohio, and
still later of Iowa has declared for Scott
and Graham. Hundreds of Democrats who"
voted their own ticket at this election, will
go for Scott this full." -
Louisiara. We are in rrcoipt of intelli
gence from every part of the State. Whig
Clubs are forming in almost every parish.
We congratulate our friends upon the fact,
that accessions to our ranks are oceuring in
every direction, and no desertions have ta
ken place except of those who disgraced our
ranks while in them.- The devclopemcnt of
Gcn'l Pierce's home sentiments is amusing
a deep interest in the Cqming election, Lou
isania will exhibit no. apathy in this contest.
The ides of September will not arrive be
fore the enthusiasm will equal that of the
Campaign of 1810, Louisiana Spectator, .
EXTRAVEGANCE OF THE. NEW YoRK At-
uebmen. The ,''Tea-Room" -expenses of
tho New York Board of Aldermen, for July,
amount to 8 1,529,43, independent of tho re
freshments, iit the Cliiy obsequies." 1 The "re
freshments'' and the boat excursion to Al
bany, alone, amount to 83,451,74. A bill
for carrngo Mro amounts to $839, and' the
Kid Glow bill U $105; seven dozen pairs
having been purchased for the forty Alder
men and Assistants. " What was done with
the forty four! BurpluV pairs, the Tribune
says, docs not appear. . . ... . '
. A Bonaparte -is the America Armt.-
A promotion of 43 cadets of the Military Ao
ademy at West Point has just taken place In
the u.' S. .Army, ,' We remark among the
number the name of the cadet Jerome Na
poleon Bonaparte who- was No. -11 in his
class at the time of tho examination, and who
appointed to the regiment of - mounted
riflemen. He.' is the grandson of Jerome
Bonaparte, brotherof the Emperor Napo
leon, Ex-King of.Westphaiia, and now Pres
ident of the French Senate. His grand
mother.- Madame Patterson, first wife of
Prince Jerome, resides in Baltimore. "
Exemplary Damages. A country court
in Franco has condemned the owner of a dog
that had cono mad, and bad caused the
death by hydrophobia, of a man with three
children, to a fine of 20,000 francs, to be di
vided between the children, and kept in trust
till each comes of age.' His offence was,
not that his dog had run mad, but that he had
neglected to muzzle him, and am tlrereby
disobeyed tho poiipo regulations. ,
Americas Dehtist ih Italy. A letter
from Rome Bays that Mr. Albert C. Kenv
ble, a young American dentist settled at
Rome, is now on a ptofesyforml visit to Tu
rin, where he has received a formal appoint
ment as "dentist to the royal family," though
he declines, with characteristic modesty, to
use the title publicly.' He is confessedly
the hrst dentist in Italy, where ne proposes
to remain some years.
Swedish Immiora'stB. A body of Swe
dish immigrants, on their way to Wisconsin,
passed through the . streets ot jioston on
Tuesday. . First came nine large wagons,
filled with their goods, with the females on
thetoD. and then the men eauipped with
muskets, and bearing banner "Hail Co
lumbia, the land of the froe. We will be
no burden to Massachusetts."
Rutland, Yt., which five or six years-
ago had only about, 1,500 inhabitants, bas
grown 'since .the construction oi me ran
roads leading to it, to be a town of some 4y
000 inhabitants. ' Land about it, which
cost sixty dollars per acre, is now held at
$2,500 to $3,000
A Fejtale ' Advocate. A French. lady,
Madame de Grandin; has" been allowed t
plead her own oavse in the Court of Common
Pleas, in Parisk She was so persuasive that
sue got a verdict in ber ravor, as might have
been expected when a beautiful woman, as
she is described, seed to tme other sex for
justice..-.'".v. , '. '.'; '
- A Hotel ih the Clouds. A new house
of entertainment has recently been erected
on the White Mountains, on .the summit of
"Mount Washington," which, says the Bos
ton Traveller, is 6,226 feet above the lenel
of the aea. - A daily posthorso lrhe of commu
nication is Kept up with the world below
A Curious Fact A modern philosopher,
taking the motion of the earth on lu axis at
seventeen, miles a second, says, that if you
take off your bat in. the street to bow to a
friend, you go seventeen miles bareheaded
without taking cold-' V :-
! HAYBv.We learn' from- a German pa
per that Hayoau, the Austrian- butcher, has
been, spending some time at the bathe of
Homburg.- Oii Sunday, May 30, he won in'
the gambling saloon 40,000 francsnearly
8,0001;,; ,.. ,, ,w ,.?vr
A Good Hit. -The TrUntm says:
Thtdeaik if John Van Burnt Uannouiieed
ia a Wisconsin paper before us. OI course
it is a mistake, and yet the editor proffers
plausible reasons forjiis announcement. He
had just been reading John's speech st New-
burgh, going the whole hog for , Pierce and
King unqualifiedly, and happened to cast
his eye from that oa the following extract
from one, of that name favoile grandson's
speeches some little time ago, in which he
"I wish to be unerstood as speaking for
myself alone that let what will come
J shall, undef no neeenity whatever, support a
man who does not believe Slavery lobe an un
mixed curse, and who will not, by virtue of
his office, use all cmstituUmnl power to abolish
it. I shall live and DIE by it.' ' ,
Living so far off, the editor imagines that
John must have meant this, and could not
be i iduced to swerve from it: , whence he in
fers thst the Prince is gone dead, and that
the Newburgh speech was rapped out by his
ehost through the Rochester or some other
'mediums.' which so abound in this ape of
light and progress. But we apprehend the
ghost which rapped out that speech is not so
utterly exalted above the temptation ol canvas-backs
and champagne as bis Winconsio
admirer supposes. .
Congressional Nomination. We learn ver
bally that Gen. Thomas Ritchie of Perry
county, waa nominated by the Locofoco
Convention of this District, this morning at
Logan, upon the forty-seventh ballot. The
Convention was in session nearly all night
We offer our condolence to the disappoint
ed. We will have more to say when the
proceedings come to hand.
Cautior t" Letter-Writers. The Su
preme Courtof New Hampshire has given
a judicial exposition of the law on the sub
ject of love-letters, by instructing a jury, in
a recent case, that where a written -corres
pondence is kept up between an unmarried
gentleman and an unmarried lady,of suitable
ajjOiWho is not bis relative, the most com
mon and natural inference is, that it is upon
matrimonial subjects. Young marriageable
Indies, nt least prudent ones, do not allow
themselves to be encased in a correspond
ence with unmarrid men, unless they sip
pose a marriage Vcontract exists between
them. And unmarried men do not desire
that such a correspondence should be carried
on whereon engagement does not exist, un
less it be from some improper inouves.or with
the hope and expectation of an ultimate en
gagement. If these ' instructions are to be
taken as law in other States, all. sentimen
talists, not looking to matrimonial eonclu
sions, between unmarried persons or oppo
site sexes, will have to assume an oral char
acter, i -
.- A Curiosity. We havebeen shown by
Mr. Flunke part of a Tusk, found on Mr Van
Horn s farm, in the gravel bank which is
now being excavated for the Rail Road.
It is the most beautiful specimen we have
ever seen of the kind. It is pure, white,
and although almost decomposed, shows the
grain as perlectly as a fresh piece of ivory.
By measurmentof the piece before us, we
find it to have been 64 inches in diameter;
and we should think that this piece . is from
near the base or the tusk. This is the sec
ond large tusk that has been found on. our
river bank, and tbia, together with the fact
that several fossile elephant teeth have been
found in this county, is conclusive evidence
that this county has once been inhabited by a
race of anamals thut are now extinct. The
above specimen can be seen at Mr. A. C.
Ross' Jewelry Store. Zanes. Cour.
Safety of Caft. Marc v. The following
ig an extract from "a letter of nn officer of
the United States army, stationed ot Fort
Gibson, Arkansas, dated 23d nit., und re
ceived to-day (1 1th of August,) relative to
Capt. Marcy: "'.- '
"Two P. M. We have just heard that
Captain Marcy had Bent an express to the
Brazos post, so we may conclude that he
has not been massacred, as reported; we
can hear no particulars, but he had a fight
with the Indians. I hope that you may have
a chance to communica'e this delightful
news to Mrs. Marcy. We got this from a
mun who came in from Preston, Texas he
does nut know the particulars, but he says
that the other report is all a humbug. I
will tell you more when I hear the particu
lars." Wo think there is little. doubt that Capt.
M. and his command are safe.
Three Lives Lost i a Foul Well.-t-Oit
Wednesday lost, J. S. Philips, J. Gooch
and Mr, Henderson, of Alexandra Me.,
were killed in a foul well. ' Mr. Philips de
scended to' dense it, but not returning, Mr.
Gooch descended to assist him, and also
fell a victim. ' Mr. Henderson then went
down to make fast rope to Mr. Gooch, and
when about half up, became exhausted, and
fell into the well dead. Mr. John Gooch
then went to their assistance, and barely
escaped with his life. . The bodies were ex
tricated by means ot a, pole hooked to tneir
E. O. Fan-ell's Celebrated Arabian liniment.
Every f rail v ihould at once procure a tottle of
.I.- . L ' 1 C .J t.n . ..HaJ
iiib ina. nniifiui rwiiiouy iui u wa.i, wa..mi
H. O. FarrtWs Arabian Liniment. It allay, the
most intniMApaim in a few minute,, rontorua the
ynorial HaicI or joint water, ajid thuf euro atilTjninta;
It peneiratea the tleah to the bone, rolaxos contracted
conli.curea rheumatlam and panted iimce ol twenty
year 'ruling; ,i,o tumora, aweiieu necu, eiiurgo.
men; of the clnd, and U the bolt medicine for ail
ment! of cattle ever diacovered, curing iweeny, spa
vins, splint, andiall dues sea which require an exter
aun Ji'ain 0 10 years' Handing eurta oy it. u. tar
rtits Arabian Liniment
Mr. It. Q. Farrcll.Dew Sir: I had beon afflicted
with the "Sun Pain" for the last ten Yera,'and could
never get relipf except by bleeding) but by the useol
H. ti'srrcll'i Arabian Linhneut, sppliod over the
temples about three or four times nay, u was en
tirely removed, snd I have fult nothing of it since. I
went into the stable one night, to apply it to t hor.a'j
sore leg, and' being very lame he tumbled nd toll
against my leg,, crushing kndlbruisingyhem so bdPy
that they turned black as my hat, rendering them
powerless. 1 applied your Liniment, and was woii
enough in a lew days to go about again aa ususl. I
also crushed my finger in a shocking manner, by let.
inga back log fall upon it; your Liniment soot hoal.
fit up. thoigh. JOHN McGEE.
La Sallo Precinct, PonrU. eo.. 111.. Feb. 6. 1840.
f Ksq. Barker, of Net Canton, Illinois, says-
Mr. h. n. h'amil'a Arabian Liniment has cured soma
bad cases here, which every other remedy had failed
in; one was a white swelling and contracted cords in
the leg of a boy twelve years old. The leg had with
ered away, and was so eontrrtteoVtlwt ho had no vs
ot k. Three-doctors had tried their skill upon it In
vain, and As was fast sinking to the grave, when the
hnv'a f.lhor araa Induced to trv H. O. Farrell'a- Art
bian Liniment Before the firat bottle was need op
he came to Mr.IB't store, and tne nrst woras ne said
wore, "Mr. Barker, I want all that Liniment yon hare
in th atom: the one bottle I lot did my boy more
good than all that had ever been done before." That
Soy is now well and hearty, snd has free im of his
legs. It it good for sprains, bruises, cuts, burnt and
swellings. ' - i 1 L
' Tjtok out for Counterfeits! 4 .
VhsnuUin am sautionad aninst another counter
foil, which has lately made Us appearance,. eaUed
W. B. Parrell's Arabia Liniment, the most dangejyua
or all the counterfeits, because his having the ottije
of Karrell, many will buy it In good faith, without
the knowledge that a counterfeit exists, and they will
perhaps ontv discover their error when the (purloin
mixture hae wrought its evil effects. -
1 ne oeaulne article is manuiaciurea oniy oy n. u.
Farrell, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale
druggi-t. No. 17, Main street Peoria, Illinois, to whom
all applications for Agencies muat be addressed. Be
sure you let it with the letters H.G. before r arrell's
thus- H. O. Fa a hell's and his signature on the
wrapper, all ouiers are-eennieneiia- .
Soldbv Oi KA1IFFMAN ft CO.. Laneasten
and by regularly authorized agents throughout the
United Statba. Price 26 and SO tents, snd 1 bottle.
AOX.NT8 WANTED in every tows, village and
Hamlet In the United States, f which one It net al
ready etablihed. Address H. O. Fsrrell'ta above,
accompanied with goodrelerence to cnaractor, re
sponsibility,etc. , AugutVS ,1m
Vfm I ataal ar.
Stw York. Aair. ll LUr advleea trem
Ecuador,' give details of the movement of
Flore. On the S5th of June, squadron of
even vessel anchored off Guayaquil, which
shortly after, was attacked by the l&ceodv
risn steamer Enana, and a few shot ex
changed. No damaee. The latter hauled
off. A short skirmish afterward ensued oa
bora, between a (oraffiiiaT Bartr of thirty.
chiefly Americans, under Mj. Bail and Capt.
Own, and a party of 200, ambushed i a
chapparel. Thirty Ecuadorians killed, 'and
A general attack by lead and water by the
Ecuadorians, wa expected. Oa the third
of July, while awakingan attack, the rnaga-
sius oi inescnooner Aauagctbs.be kinging lu
Flares' squadron, blew up, killing 4.4 sol-
uiKiaj UHiwn, 1 NO veawi UUR linmttll- I
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ately with the killed, inclu.UMir six officer. 1
On the night of the fourth of July, Guyaquil t
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gained uotbinir decisive. An atUck bv -land
WH.--M iutmicii ivii uoc.irMin. u.vinv
and water w planned for the uiphtol' the
6th, Flore leading the land force in person,
queoce or information received of the
. ' ""-'M.i.i.n....,,., . . : ' , ', '
strength of the enemv. At hu.t luiHint,
tores . was proceeding with a fleet up the
U u,.. ... l:.
' - - r i v . buuj w jut n uia
a . i - . -. i . .
'.Arrlial of the Cauad.iJ
New Yobx. Auirast 16. The Canada or.
rivedat Halifax 6 o'clock this eveuinc, and
sailed for Boston, with 130 poaacnjrrra. Me-
Henry quote wheat higher 5s lOd for red;
mixed Go; white 6s to 6 2d. Flour wes
tern canal 20s Gil; I'luladolphia 90s to iiOa
Cd; Ohio 20a to 21s.. Corn yellow .30 to
s; wnite 2s. Jjird a7 bd market dull.
Englbh papers in noticing the finherev
excitement, generally blame Lord Derby.
Count D'Orsay is dead. Conference re
sumed between France and Delirium. ..
Son born to Don Mieuel. who makes over
his claims to the throne of Portugal to the
Infanta. The Portugal Cortes dissolved. -
The cholera is rasing to a dreadful extent
It is reported that tho French bombarded
snd occupied Tripoli. ' -
A rumor is current in fcngland, that France
is about to call a meeting of the inuntime
powers, to protest against the aggressions of
the United States against Mexico.
1 he aspect at the fishery Question in the
United States, created some anxiety in Eng-
lanu. ine press generally, favor the hng
liah interpretation of the treaty, but blame
the administration for not giving previous
Consul Jlf -. 1
Baltimobe, August 16. The JnfciW-
eer publishes a letter from R. A.' Wilson of
New York, to Mr. Webster, Mr. Fillmore
Snd the American Minister, in which he
says that Rice, the Consul at Acapulco.was
sent to prison tor illegally attempting to ob
struct an American seaman in enforcing his
lien for wages on the steamer Commodore
Stock ton, by selling her to a particular friend
of his for less than her value, and for less
than the amount due the seamen.. He says,
also, that Rice rendered himself liable to ar
rest and punishment for resisting an officer
of the law in tho discharge of his duty, by
drawing deadly weapons upon him.
Further New by tlie I'inukliu.
Nsw York, .Aug. 10. Parliamentary
elections closed. It is thought that noitlier
party will- be able to connnand a tulRcient
majority for a strong government, and that a
fresh appeal to the country will bo necessa
, Tho secret convention of Northern - pow
ers is pronounced a lubrication.
The steamer Orinoco, arrived at South -
ainpton-ttie second from the raciiic with
over tnreo millions three hundred ttuunatid
dollars in spocio. . "r- ' . .
PiTTSBtJRorf, August 17 River28 inches
and' fulling. Weather cloudy, indicting
rain.'. . .. ,. ',. . . ,'r : ...
Last-niifht a fire occurred in the Ware
house of Taafe, McGuirctfc Bane, on 2nd
street, between Wood and Smithfield, which,
for a white threatened to spread extensive
ly, but was extinguished after destroyinir
tho entire stock of goods, amounting to a-
bout X2.500, principally cigars partly in
sured. The buldinjr was owned by Messrs.
Park; was considerably injured, but insured
the full amount. The adjoining warehouse
of English & Bcnnct was also injured; the
goods suffered slightly, but were insured.
Fires and Kiots tn Baltimore.
...Baltimore, Aug. 15. There were three
fires on Saturday night seven small dwell
ings were burnt on Harrison street, a small
public school house near Canton, and a sta
ble on on Schroeder street all the work of
incendiaries.' The firemen were rioting all
night in different soctions of the city.
Frfein ItuOalo. .V
Buffalo, Aug 16. Weather fine: " Few
caces of cholera. - General health good.
The Democratic meeting Saturday, nom
inated Geo, W. Clinton forGovenor. - The
meeting was well attended. Clinton is an
anti-contract. . ,' .. " .
1VTOTICE is hereby given to Msrtin Bechtcl of
11 ricksway county, son oijacoo uecniei, aeceaaed,
Elizabeth Bechtel, Widow of said deceased, Simon
Bechtel, Levi Bechtel, Christens Bechtel, Sussn
Bechtel snd Emma Bechtel, minor children of Javid
Bechtel. deceased, and grand children ot the Said
Jacob, David Dunkle. guardian of said minors and
Matilda Bechtel, Widow of said David, that Joseph
Bechtel and Christian Bechtel litre filed in the court
of common n'eas of Fairfield countv. Ohio, their oeti-
tion against them, praying that part it ion be made of
three parcels of land described by metes tnd bounds
in the petition, one of atme being a pert of the south
east Quarter of section No. 9, township No- l i. rtnee
No. 30, containing 20 af res mora or less on a nf
tamo oeing a pan oi tne norrnean quarter or tne
same section No. 9, township No. li, range ho. SO.
containing 3-1 45- 1(H) teres, more or less and the
other being t part of the touthwest quarter of section
No. 3. township No. 13. ranae No. 20. containing 111
acres, more or leas, subject to the reset vttlon of t
certain water privilege in the petition named, all
situste in 'airfield county, Ohio, tnd praying that
Dower ia ttid lan'Js be tasicned to iu widow! in
such manner that one-third part oi' the whole of said
lands bo assigned to said widow E ixabcth.for her dow
er tnd subject thereto, that one-third part of that part
of said lands belonging to the Estato of said David
oecniei, aecetsea, oe tsiignea to ine taia wiaow
Matilda for her dowor, tud tubiect to both of ttid as
signments for dower, that ssid lands be, divided and
partitioned between said petitioners audatid children
of David Bechtel, deceased, in such manner that four
ninths snd one hslfof one-ninth part theroot, be set
apart to the ttid Joseph in tovorilty one-third part
thereof to the ttid Christian in severalty ,snd one-ninth
tnd one-halt of one-ninth thereof to said n tnor chil
drew of said Dtviil irf severalty to them tt tenants in
eommob, or to be divided amongst them. Said potitioa
charge, that the ssid Jacob Berhtid irrhjs litPtiuie sd
Tartcnd re said defmtlant' Martin t certain tract ol land
in Pickaway county, described in the petition, which
said Martin it required to bring into hotchpot, or to
be exe'uded in tho partition, tnd If he bring in said
advancement, Jhat partition be mtde of the whole tt
msy b lawful etc.
Aid petition wi'l be hetrd tt the nexttenH of said
court, tb beholden on the 4th day (of October, I860,
tt the court-house in ttid'cotinty, tt which time tnd
place taia defendants tre nerepy notinojtoappearac
H. H. HUNTER, AtCy for the Petitioners.
June 30, 1863 . -. .. 8,75 6w8
By Ilic Fast Line Packet. .
CHUNG AND SUMMER B0N1T8. Just receiv
ts ed, white colored lace and straw Bonnet.
A Iso Blatk silk, Bonnet- Kibbons, Blue Denims
and Palm leaf Hats, at HENLEY'S. .
Lancaster, June 1,1853
rVtbTICE it herebV eh'en thtt the tubtcribers hs
is this day enteied into co-partnership, under the
nrmoi linear, ana juu act. tor tne purpose oi
conducting t, general store tnd produce business.
THOMA8 TJ. WHITE, Jta
ISAAC W JtJUAN.
Uncuter, MtV 13, 1863. SwdlOS
Thcidat, Auir. id w flunte Wi.ct H
laatfDii. in other articles there fa no
chaogs worthy of not, and th quoUtjous
of Inat week may be WHiued.
an. . . ' . . .
i ne retail market coutinuf to be well
sopplioj priee, tre fKroratl to Mllt-rr.
IfVrlaMd Hfrket. : "'t
?i.r.vrLA,n Ant-utt u Tl.ere is ' bet
ter feehf.gin r.r.in ML'sad sales .how
an .aT.nce m iw or three ccuU ner Lin
Wheat aooo Uu jutlit m ?. o'nA,,
bas nourthern yewd .y afu-rHnoh at 721
Corn aiOO bna srt,ty.:lljW at to.!
Say 49 offered smf 30 aaked for aaiiliiHa '
; Flour Cormldi-rabfe enm'nrV nd
00 bbl rtriirh .-aid 111; SS0 bt.
. ,,, ii.i. ... ...i, .1.4.,,
' a"v' ,v' K "''''; ' '
' "Su iw uccciu ty e .
urn til a.-ltvp unit firm Ml i,u tli...,u . f-
- . -, . . ,
F'ou-, the.r U m.ine inquiry and huldcrs
to straight brands 3,33a3,45; traightiofa-I
cy ,im,.wj slanr to extra 3043,75; 2:.0 .
" Det, . ie tins mornm 40QO bu north
!cro 'J; f'v" Du "inicotnc w heat TJ; 1000
I bu. Mediterranean 70. and market firm K-iih
i f , , . , -. . , ,
I L'OCKl demand. Lorn, aunnlv nut niial t '
i , . , . i r - - . , t - f
the demand.. , Receipts light and
gooilat 60c; 1000 bu mixed 50c.
ponsidcrable coininir forward and firkin aells
! ,l 1 ,a,3: jr ,2aM family use. Cheese,
iaOW tbl new cheese at 5j.
Buffalo Market. ' '
Buffalo, August 11. Flour Sales J300
1 ul 01" Mich, and Ind. at 303,56 for
good; 3,02 for fancy, and 3,75(3 4,12 for
Wheat Better feeling.' Sales 2500 bos
la hitn nli!,i nt KQ ami OMtn I.. Ln .M:nM I
. a -fl'-a
. Corn Supply light snd a farther sdva.nce
has been made, holders being very firm und
inquiry good. Sales 2500 bush at 44 to ar
rive, and 12,000 bush at 55 to arrive.
Buffalo, Aug. 16. Flour Fair demand
at Saturday's rates. Good brand youicwhat
scarce. Sale 40 bbls fancy Mich: at 3.(;2l
3,67, and 250 extra Ohio and Mich, at 3,'
75($4. Holders of good Ohio and Iaiinna
refuse 3,50, at which figure there is good in
Wheat Better feeling and fair demand at
improved prices. Sales 2000 bn new white
Michigan, an extra sample at 82c, and 5000
bu white Ohio ot 83, 4000 bu Wabash at 71
iu.uuu du private terms. i
Corn in fair demand with light supply. J
Sales 11,000 bu at 55 afloat. i
' New Vork Market. I
cw Vntaar " A tec it nnn i
lte A una) .lujuot j f 111, 1,UUv .
bbls of State flour at 83,93j4,12; south
ern $4.25(340. tlOO bbls rye f3,43(S30. j
a,vuo ousn western wneat vi. I3,uoo bush ,
mixed corn 68:370. Prime pork !Ji7,75;
mess 819,87. Lnrd(bbl) lli.Prime becf?7
7509; old 14 17,50.
( iiMTiiiimtilantict. -
CiBcisBATi.Augr 17 p. tn. Riverri(5en
one inch since uoon weather pleasant
Flour quiet, though a better feeling; prevails
' " " ' v nii,o BiUVt,
noon. Whiskey active to day, 1,000 sold
at 18c. - Bacon sides declined 25. Hhds
sold at 9J for nocked.' No chantre in other
I articles." ' ... - ...
Sew Orlean Itturket. ' - " .
New Orieabs, Ati 14-Cotton is firm
er; sales ofG500 bales nt 9Ja9jc for middling,
j Sales of 500 hhds Tobacco at full and firm
! prices. " Flour is tjuiet at 3,60 for Ohio.
Mixed corn 62. Whiskv harf further ad-
ivimred to 18al8j. Bacon sides 10c, and
OetoTtmr IScction, (
. Mb. Editor: -If Mr- Johh Shtfer will
cnnsciit to bo a candidate for COUNTY AU
DITOR, at the, coming election, he will be
supported by , , Whigs abd Debucbais.
"-Mb. ' Weaveb! i-Please announce Mr.
ISAAC COMER as a suitable person for a
candidate for the office of Assessor f Hock
ing and Dei ne townships. ' Mart Voteks
, . Heceijits for the tiazette. . .
A. V. Courtriaht, Jr.,S 1,75: John Kairv t .75
Are tou a Motiikh Suffering front diseases to
which females tre generally subject, use. Dr. S. D
Howe s Shaker Saraapnrula-it will corttinly cure you.
Male or female, old or young, all tnd crcru Fiieu'-
ty should btve (his excellent Family medicine by tliein.
Ltu ti our depot, or on ono of our AgenU, and got t
pamphlet, gratia, where you will Cud Joels! Juets!'.
facts!!! that can bo substantiated by thousands ot tir
ing wituossea lu this city tnd country, viz: thtt tUo
Shaker Su-saptriltt, as preparedby Dr. S. D. IlOWi.,
has been the meant of permanently curing more dis
eases to which tho human family trncontinuaJIv sub
ject, than any other preparation of, Sarparills crcr
yei uroiighl beloretho public. SeeAdvtuUsemstt.
O ANOTHEIt SCIEWTIKIC- WONDEB' lr
ponant To DrsrBPTicsDr. J.8. HOUGHTON'S
PEPSIN, The True Digditirc Fluid, ,x Uaatrie Juice.
prepared from RENNET, or tho rouarn SToMarn
oi thst Ox, after uirnctions ot' Baron LTEBIO, the
rat Phyaiol(ii,'icai chemiit, by J. S. Ilorairrov. M.
.Pliiladolphia. This u truly t wonderful remody for
Indigestion, DysnepsU, Jaundice, liver comr'aiot,
constipation anil di-liilily. curing after Naturo , owu
method, by Nsture'sniviiairent. tho Gastric Juice:
Pamphlets, containing Scientific evidence of ita value,
furnished by aiuts gratis. See Lotice tmong.. tnu
medictl tdvertiiienienta. . 47
iVrilllmiT Alarslv atatc. .
jajOTlCK It hereby giren that tho Mibscribjr bis
la been appintd and ciujlilieda, Kxecutnron the
estate of WiuLiin Marsh, lAe of Fairfield couuty,
deceated. ' ;
- Daixl at Lancaster this ITthdty df ' August. 1WJ
" 1 . NaTHASJI liTOLTJ,"-' .,
" k , . . . Kxccutor qf milium Marsh
- 1 Uissolntion Notice. '
1TXHE partnership heretofore existing between fr.
M. O. K- Davis tnd Dr. Jtmet Van Pearte, has been
dissolved this day, by mutual consent. Tlie notes
and accounts are iu my hands,. . O. . DAVIiy ,
Lancaster, August 1B,1S5J.' ' I
Ai'lUST RATK .Hide of CIDKB. VIS KHAR.
that can't be bv at, to be Lad at the CITY QUO
CKB.YSTOIIK If. A. GKBKLKIN.
August 10,1854, - " " - dlwlTS1
. NOTICE. TO MY FaSXEND8,i
AS the track of ihe Rail Road panaea through my
land and many persons, ladies, gentleman tnd
chi dren, in Itrge numbers anxious to see t.:a work,
without thought, past through the gatos, lesvlngthem
open so thtt live hones tnd ctttle get twty, tnd the
consttnt passing through the fields tramp es down the
gTtss.suhjecting me to much snnoyancc: This is most
respectfully to request all my friends who may wish
to visit the work, to take the trark of Ihe Rail- Road
near King's mill and return that way- This will give
them no additions' trouble tnd tavo me tnneh.. My
willingness to gratify tlie' public in sny reasonable
way, I think will not be doubted, tud 1 trut in II ii
respect t word to the well-disposed " ill be niilicii'nt.
" Mostrespertfti!ly, D. TAI.LMAUUK.
.. Lancaster, August IO-3w-agle & Telegraph copy
.. . ALBERT STRODER & CO.,
Faahloaable Oarber Bntl ItatrOreaaera.
T7KKP constantly on hand 4 aplendld article of
liaxr uu ana rerjumery lor aaie, and are pre
pared to do Shaving in the most spproved. style at
their Saloon, one donr south of the Post OJpte.
Lancaster, August 10, 1854 ' ;
. TriE.liEW PIRMex .
n A VINO purchased the large tnd- valuable stock
in trade of T. 0 Whits, ibc subscriber, tre
now prepared to oner to the public, af the old
stand, firat door East of the Swan Hotel, on the most
reasonable terms, -aj very superior ttaortment of
Wry Good, Groceries and teesware)
in all their variety. We invite the public to call and
examine, t- : . WHITK, Jr. JULIAJT.
Lancaster, May 13, 18M. , : dlitttf j
' ' Bonnett RiblrbBf ad Faaa, .
Or5 the newest patterns, tU on lund tt : "
Aprils, 185a -.- HENLEY'S.
. . wtstKrn new vokk
COLLEQE OP HEALTH
W Street. Caffale, S. I,
dr. a. o. VAtJomrs
raw MSHirac nuns!
1 laaaMaeaaa.aaaMk.M "war
AU OVER THE WOBXD.
m na uamwn raaati iM. a
- --, mrw .awn jar itaummmm.
" a fnrwlar ai THai aaa. iWaaw il aaautl,
f'f'aai af Vm aMlaHr, aju laa waaai la a
?mUttt aaalrfa a. mm.., mam
aa al lu m4
a, nwa aaaaat, mm4 fhrlam aw H fH ,n),
a. a laar a IN.M a.aM lUm utioblafal
" AJf LICATI0H 07 THZ KRIFS, "
! mU-'iI'Il" " "" aaH Smllr ia aial M a ani.llul
" awaa wa aa ww axiai mi mtt.aa nat.
r . mm aa, UN
I it n,f Mi.-r nl iUu fn
ara a lv.-o..f,
,iim, ,1 a vat.
I aUaaMa law trial. ,
... m , r ,l . i .
aa4 alt 4 af ta.
TSlilHZ ZZtti'TrjJ" r.
MBIUTT OF THE SYSTEM,
aa,, Miai, wiMtbl k, a'hj A".' JTf'tH !
uaa,aa4aaaa,aial,aaaaaillal ,t.m. Iiawahw ;
. ' A VU11AJX JUSB1XUT . -
i!:Unta. v4 aka (at aaraasnaaula af la fcanila
. IESEGDLAItlTIEa. 6UPFEEg4I0Kt.
pwWul pMraaiioaa. Ja arurla Im tMrtmp ufrrmin,
" aaM aaca tkm kaU e amnu.ll II
ha artwrf uinn. a, a wh ami .flavbva fatnail,, aal ilht w. r.a
a i up, ia aa. caU ai. ,
k TH00SAJID bTAXKS
aa aeW 4 mm a, iIim 4wu.iau.a - '.m f wHUi.trunfa,
aai'i4rt. Ai Uua, lown, iUkuai-iI eavMUMiMn, trvm
w attad aT ae-wr, . - til Itioi ilia I -.ring of M. am.
e at UMlurti . aaa iim miniana auawal n..Kalcl
ttvm eW arHMa.
TaaSilMinet Mnn n-ln- a caniM ibi, artirlr. aunL
fral Una4ata '.n--i.l.lf lq iW awWatma of Ha, vora
IMMfal, for Itia ilMlntna .lu voaiplittnt. ItrnJ
kW wanurraaai. for oalaiM IWi aw ba aanl la rW
m-nvk ai Kara, a
CEBTAIH BOTAJTICAl ACZST, '
raVk ia aB " a, dawaaii latatt af laa Irani. Irin.
uIhwikiw, aiirirallai.. ba,i.fi.k aMir,i,U4Mi, ai . ad
aaVtfari acaat. Tmaaaal ai tuiktmtmm looar ail. and Ujntji
aa aa anaal t il k
M uraa .laaftlillv, aiHl aa a a-MlM-.iriai ikom-tiv, uan-i. with-
ilm.tmi,. m a anl. lb. bat laa-.ili
l luiaai aaa at anauHanwawn ra lh
aWrfluslMl laaiiapi It a) aaaa.auai Uia ajawai will I
li. lMi.ua ttr IM turn.
far tha a-aal al alt SraiaatlMlir llaaaaa, atlcaJant oa ana
aula;, - it altar lho-a awai.n aarf pl,.la laalflw w,w.m
eflan otrm audi iv BHirrm4 aaa aaaafrul fianlwi. ana nr.
aanra lhaa, MraaBcol c&JUacUcaal watcil anaa laaai uiwa
caal.aia. . ,
COBBrMPTIOJf m l.traa CoeriAiaT, tilitu tii.
XisU axat. Iraaiana, 4 c. la, all lhaa, diara
aaa aa .ar aaaa u. anmai.
CAKCEBS, 7EVKS SOSES, SCBOTTTXA,
wWFI.I.KO Joint h tsnTrurma ..a uvian
AH- kXTIOJ.lt lk Medici, Ku tmd I, emr.m Uu mm A
cam; UI aa aa mf-elcj ritk tAst uiml-nLg. Tint Ur. ,
ar.ilau la lr Uuj MamUcnu. aa a Oirt uji iIT.IL n- I
Mlt rim Ui ik. IAr, Sr.mt aa Jhd.mr tut, Imrfft Ik, I
KarUMaaraa. Cart aa .if.mU m.4 tt a I'tMfkJU. s
TEVEB AHD AGUE. ' I
Ta llaBiw Waal aairmtlr. anil aamvat UV,, nm- I
plaiou viavaJl, Uaa aia.lwi a. ujl'.aal. , i
HO 1CHESAL AOEHT, 1
aa aaruriaiu umwl ti a anrl al tl anKn. it nm '
Oaawaal Mlta uarLut. uul ...Wii. a.i i
UM Iwytal. j
- .wi. bwiv, ana Minpi, a aac.at,to rauifira-
lam. a ad aw nalaiii, .u vomluum .lT em ", lhk!l
uaa aariilicate al laa uicheat rfatMrb.ulM, an. itaUMtoa
iw aii.M any i!Hi,awii aUatatrf.
uw KNi"nn. iwn ar uiniil! arulbiuiitM,
al af a anaa aami'at eaararlc. i
1 al MEDIATELY EELTCTE1),
anil a ear, follow Ufa IVwd.-i, aacufllii anu-le : ta i fa.
air atnw .nnar.UMi n Una uweita,, ar tar an, utlkts
aiataav unaiaann, how, inlpuni amu.1. rVe vmvu
will fual Um hbwfauia Mninriia ml lam anhrie
tvmrt THE BLOOD,
ami Art aH Jiwwi tram lLa trMrm. ra n',a,ill fa
naiaaur al vara in ail ilm-H, wului. laa ItailUol an ul f
laa ail ill wiH aiM Iwnun to Ma it:iawi Kcta. Acent. ri (liria
""' 1 "" """"J i at mufivauo u lua ciMiacur,
aaat a Strang,
A&RAT 01 PB00F
or Ut tirlaa, of a ahalwna. narrr ain.i. li m im uf lU
l-al, InUnmal liuj arucL Ikal II am ri la an cfil m
ptUBiwiBU awaas ssaaWtftBI safBllMI
, HOPE 03,
aiul atu Intin, lb aJU:tM a, lout li Uam; a aa luivora
awat, TUa aru,-nta woaul
CAtmOH THE PUBLIC
aaaiaai a aoailwr oT anwla, aioa euaw oat tu.lt, lUr k,l ,A
8AB3APASTLLAS, SYKUPS, fee.,
m caw tw Uwr. um Ti, aft vaal mm aetUma. !
aial caw.ecl.,1 U, full Ua, anwiu, ;
TOUCH THE HOT.
Thai, iaraalis, ai,tliea(Hl of nana, suab 4i ull tUia '
ani.:le hail dui; il. A pMialar Mi.lf el Uhc iiailiivl nl
Aaaal aial all who fc-tl the arli.-W a
GLAD TO CIRCULATE
KRilailua-lr. I'ul VP m tux. boltla. al SI; W ox. ilo. iit I
av cu. aatU La. La, r Im,L.Uuk 6 ux. hmm- laao lvr taixll liot.
ta. Ih i aafl IT4 e-l Ma0r? apart. Vtn buttla aa
I ! i laKdsiiie i.imiH.irU"ai JMiuara. lava
9m. rlitai, lha written rtctraluf ol " C. C. Vn,bn "
4irvcLH,ii. aitd la.C. Vavxba, UnltaUi. 1 alaaibM a la.
Kmrm. rivnv wntr ar, ffenuiiM,. rrn-arcl u, nr. i. u, ,
VaiulNi, aial vUI at tlta rniMtfHnl llnka, Ml Ham nimmx.
UaltWIo. ai wkiiaaajla and rriail. ha allaiiuoa tireo to aHlan 1
Bnfrt port paul vwA ifcul Worn, ar rinu taNBBianicauoba 1
utii-niaf WIMI, imnaanlr allai-ti to, WN-
IVhulCTiila Aftuu 111,-iki, JKKmuii a Kuban,, No. 127, I
Maioea law, Nat York Cur i Ha K. KlJ.W t. Co., Bra
ton ; (J. S. HunUall B Co., Cinuinnau ; J. Owen It Co.. lie. !
Iron; Dean XL Bar. Cbunjio; Fi al NaH, Cleretaml : B. '
K. Seller. 1'uuburali; V uw, at tf:ai, Ilamiiioa. C. W.,
etui Uhk. l,y all uie ivx:iabla lirxxiu ibroaslioal 11 I
Uaiud eiiala aaxl Catuala aial ai fetal) air t
Loeit Atreaiit ! i m t a-
G. KaufTman St Co., Co .IncaH r. Iyintrd A Eru
ihcr, Cail; Shaw trl HutchuMnn, West Hthvilb: '
t). B. UainharJ, Litbcp-.lin; O tl. ftto-Uer. S-'nnerset: ;
Troop nnd Kitkhart, t'ircleville; Iltoi-y Ku;,T-iltr j
lr. 11. A t uner, lliinniore.
CrfctTC licniral s Prfimiim tsscure cf loircc ,
MAKCFACTUIlEn BT DAMIKL BoHttR Si CO.
One Puckcge at 15 cents will w i lbs. nf Coffee!
THIS Ence was lato'y sward-d I with s silver
mc-da tn n American Institnte, Now ork, t'so
Wlinuis urai Hreni'ura wraiream u uia r lua.- ou3 attemLfs to COUUtertuit it, and Dlaie fraudulent
is ntituto, I'm adjlphia. use of Dr. Towhsend's ha.mk to curo the sale of
So'd who eaa'eitrirl P.c-tail, 1 1 the proprietor s sn'c j 1Pt-R,ou, akticii ,
DepoL'21S,Ct:lohi l street.PtulaiW-li-UU. Al;.r,,forile i Theao coui.tarfei'ts'snd Imitttions only provb the
by ourAg.-nts.sniatthe rincir' Drug i.d Urxury . yu.VK of the os-iotBAi; tnd no hiohbh oMrLr
stores throunout tho Lmtei Ststjrs. I MKXT ,-,1U li t0 plu t0 o. s. p. Townjend's Extract
This v.,ence has been proven by many thousands of Sirsarari 'a. tlian laborious effort, that have been
of the richest arJ most respocis A- fsmili , a well o-.adeby mr.vta get up something like it.
as bv the poorer c'ass ol people, slmoit throu-h the a supy of the Genuina Articlr., kept ronttantly
win.,., kiiuni . uj .... mo u u.rp.-'iuu
of ootfee over offered In the pnlilir. t oil ee marie bv
this Kse.nce is much imriv who erioine, more delicate,
finer llavored, porfeetly clear. and, in every insUnce,
fianor to tne iina,i jara i ouee.
n order to give full saiiifaction and nroof l!ut the
above article u perfpet'y healthy, tnd to show tome
thing nf the deserved reputation it has gained and just
ly entitled to, we anfxa few certifirstes tod recom
mendations, parti: arly renting to health, from Dr.
nootn ana rr. cnuion. pn-cricii cnemmts tna naiy
bits of the cities of Philadelphia sn ! Now Ynrk.
LolUe Avenue, t enth street, bcuna Marktt, l
rhilmlclphia, Scpcm' cr i. 1851.
I hsve examined the ossenco of Coffee manufactnr
ed by Hummel, Bohler tt co., and find tlut its con
stituents are not in the least injurious to lies th, il
msy bo used frce'y tnd wi'.h ,-cribct salary.
' JAMES BOOTH,
Pro. of Chcmuvtry tppiied to Arts, Frtnk'in Instit ute.
A'o. 73 chambers street. Acts J orA-, Aug 22, 151.
1 hsve exsmined sn trtie'e precared bv Messrs.
Hummel. Bohler and co , 1 lii adelphia. called Essence
of cnlfeo, which is intruded to be used with coffee,
for the porpoio of improving it, t find it free not only
iroiu snv thin-; injurious to hsslth, but. on the con
trary, the ingiudients of which it is composed aro p?r
lecliy wholesome. J. R CHILTON, M. D. Chemist.
. rorsaiooy u. a.iurniUri.i at co., Agents,
and other Druggists acd Grocers generally
Lancutor, Ohio, August 3, mi
Rrtle of Rcnl Estate by order of Court.
OS Saturday the 4ft rfcy of September, 1852. be
tween the tours or 8 o'clock, A -M- end H o'clock,
P. M..tt the c Urt-lkus3 in the citv of Lin.astir, will
be sold to the highost bidder.tbe following Resl Estate,
s the property of C. J. Arndt, rieccasod. to-wit: being
Lots numbers thrtr tnd four, containing; four teres
etch, of the subdivision of the lands of Christopher
Weaver, lata ol fair:pia county, deceased, ill section
Nn. afi. tnwnshiD No. 151 of rinse No. 19. north othe
city of Lancaster,' a subdivided by li. H. Hr9terand
F. A. Foster, administrators of ssid Estate. Alr.o an
(rrMrul&r anJ unsunt?voti fraction of land su noosed to
Jl : .1 Kin- .UM Jaa.:J atins,
COUUtlli UtJUi "im saAir-a iscuiik inttn wr. i ui Bniam. "'u
i- na ...rf .ul r d.i r u
OO vWs CUl UU lll'IU 1UJ HUUtf U sfUIaU IWJri. U WUU
connty.bvt clunge lu U.o ongural loctfum of the
State road from Uneatr tforesaid to tin city of Co -
lumbua. Said premises subject to -lower of tlie wtJow
attherein h.iretofor i tssisned-tpnnisedto 3Jf).
Terms of SoZe One-third in hind, one-thiid in one
snu um nvuu, iu iu jeram uinn inngij oi
niMnir HM.mM iuvrn.ni, rmm risv nl aib. i
, - JOHN D. MAuTIA, Aatn cor,
it bonis no of C.J. Arndt. ierevsed.
July 29, 1859 $3,50 6wli
It Oil I IMlll.' lit I'rlVJIIC Slll
THE subscriber offers st prrvate sate an exreneni
farm of 212 ret of isod. situated on Cfwrcreek,
iu Madison townahip, " """- T 7 ,
Amanda, tnd eiht miles south ol the city of Lan
...r Wninr on the south the land of Lewis Young's
Su ir, thV west the lsnds of Isaac Wolf tnd 0
Kt on uJnorth th. laudof Robert Fowler.
S, iid "ftrore is about 100 acre, of cleared land
liX cultivation; tad the balance first rate timbered:
choice Fruit, is well watered with good springs tnd
1 nvn TAU-ina star am bdhmimo ruaouoH it,
including the water' privilege for Grist or oOier
Mm with from 20 to 26 feet fall near the road.
Fdf farther Information apply to the subscriber in
Lancaster, Ohio. "GEORGE WEISZ.
July 17, 1862 "'
,. . x. mri. nweLLtWd HOVIEI. XOU UTCnaTOS Ol
TO HOUSE CARPENTERS.'
T CLIFFORD will give employment to three good
Carpenters. v ,'
Ltncatter, May l, 1852. dtflfr
- KKU AllVi:t4Tls;.:nT.
"-a iviniv nulla ...t. at
itueu ui LantAaw
hia, ari n.i ty J. r rk. M , tU.iM , .
, ,(.,, n.-ne, ,, ta lm . r.n I. t ef B. w
,1. .Kh. tin.r inp -M-Kt.l Kuivn,, lV,rl
. mannki, aii-tuunv oih -r untiona na hual, nhli'h k V
. wiUiiijtu itiTv.. ,ji tt as Utyf pri,ct a any ,:, sat
I ta' l::nii-lll uaai i,f V, . iiK.jiUi.U.
I My ktio I. .a-'.U .r.nl an I nulrk aalo,, mv
nam , t. nrilscr Al,ru.him, iwir wr Jacob," auj
.vcr-( niV! I -ll I (,. 11 ai-mnf.
'JlioM-Huitinja fine C.liirU or Wati-h am requoalad
ora!l r ( luvni alaonrli-.r', uj t ut
1U1 ynu not l..ava 4iitJjfi.H.
Way H aiui JAJiKS t;iH.CIlTT.
'. ! A':i:ii 11. nv ntntt-vntt tt
mi Xfnud ol Vvurve J, tVtsum.
L l.-r pail f,vrrs, th auWilbr re-
I I Miit.!tv
M'f'iiifta III, i.ldruaomara and li,r BubJ
rn.-r . tr-.-t lia !, now, full and comultti
.. nf L1 I ill (tiMia'ri'l'd i '
"j ' ...., r.iunj, aniuraciuff, ui
I'.li. ii.l Jv, of t(w Lat qailitv;
'1 l.A Y,
t.:4A l.M I uK lEI'mI. rr-i;.. t -af fNiK.a
nl NVw (ir)f'H.-, . , -
MOLASSXS Bmt Co'dvB Svrun', Sugir IIoum. .
Sar - C - s';'(II WhR. FUh. M.rkcio' alii Cvi,
-i..J---!l lrwh;l, Ilnrrini; '
TOHALIUV-A nn,n artirlecri liuaaall and Ru-
btai - .n', -.Vulld,,h, an.-l Allpn'l bmt ponn't lump; ftlao.
,vfxi artie i nl apun, lux ana aix IvrNt; Alao,
ri n line cut t hmvint? ainl rnoUn Ini.arro:
. tfi'K.'r.-i tV.n.ir, Al-jilce. Oinjr, CluVM, Ciona'
eir-n ani rV-j.p.ir Suce; f".
K-st(VlVUi.!is. M.. Mer. Logwood a AIIuhk
: LlnOTl- p,irt,C ,rt, Muaret tiwV Matga Wines;
vtuiv artir'ioK'fl.ni,c Hran-ly.New Kng:and Rum;
jf.yeaiiJ v!t.st '.i.i !:oy, soil' lu no let iuanti;y
, tii'ii a uuait. -f ,
iwi a zit y.i-i'.-tv oi artkii-a uhuHv kept at
' sli'tl e-rfe-?.liiiK.T.I. all of whirh will bo ao'd at
;as lnw piirt s, al .nyothcr lii'U-mh tho city.
, A roi.finus- uf V.ii .etr-n-.?j- f.l' the pub 1c ia ro
xctiully sollvired. .;Kul(t!U i. WYCilM.
I j butt LYOXS,
I wnoLESAije axo betail uuin i
I Every Variety of family V.tor.ctif., Pro
j vi-iuiis, Notions, Cordage, Tnr, Clast
i noil Siont-ware, -
I MAIN STnnilT, LANGASTr.fi, OHM.
T XVITH thi attention r f tlie rriiiwry and city trade
. J. to hi exteiuiro urrival from ew Yura, which,
I alike bis s. irliui nt coia;;l. t. lie is reaily at all
itini'js to ,tteud to tbn wnnta of hit cuatnmem. and let
j it be underline-.! at ail tiinea liut be aulla on tlie aver
j i;o lovier tlian any brnne in Kairneld rnunty, with
the expre-a und'rtanir.j; that any article bouvht at
hi e,uUihine:it tfiat doo'l fiva s'af intactinn, on re
turn of the aiie. th-i nionny will be rdundi'd
Laa-Ur, July 80, KrrJ lmw3md
S.ilt; of the Zaiif-sville eud Mayaviile
L'fJ:il."ANT to decree of tbe cotrt of rnrnmon
a fleas of Mu.iititjfMiin county, iutmraae ofAmoa
ei.K.n rt. the ZjhrhviHi- and' MayaviJle Turnpike
ttitd company at the April Trrm. A. D. r"5l thereof.
Aim by virxueoi an urdi-r ot ,alu therein to me di-
r l ..... . , .,,
reeled, by sat4 court, 1 wlil on
Sal nrJa) tUcU.lt day uf October, IS lia.
Wwn ir.e hour, of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock
' '. -M. i,f said iv. Mire th dnor of the court-houxs
i in the city of O.iUicothe.oifcr for aalp to tho hleheat
i l M-r t!-."ifor. the Zi.neriUc and Maytivillo Turn
j piiie Uoad. and all lr.e proyrty franchise- and privi.
; Iu'jh bfsloiijgir to tiie said llod company.
! Su h m'.i will bp conductor) in 'll renjiecfa, fncon-.
fortnii v t" tSe provuion r,f the Art of the Gner
Asem':tv of t:i- i i e of Ohto. en'kled "Aa, ki.-r
theulo ol tin Zamm ilie and Mavsville TurnpiU ,
! to pruvii fr r the ptymerit of its rlr-bt,'' Dane
M.r. h a-'rh. A. P. A. BASETT. Recti Mr "
JntheriiMofAmis linltmrt the ZanetriUs iid
Hi-'-snlle Turf uik hnaii comivir.u.
, Ui.ci.tor, July 3, Kal. ftd,
IToliCS to Creditors.
A GRK..'liLY to the t rovuionii the of -Act" above
is. mentioned, tiie creditors of the said Road com
?ny ire hereby notified to present their claims to
the undcriiirncd within six months titer the Term of
tiie court of common pie,, of MutUinum county next
kV-r th s nr.- j e. In default thereof, all tech debts or
, derc&nJ, will be forever excluded from payment out
ol" tiie proceed of tlie sale ol said Roari.
A. BASSE IT, lUceieer.
I Ijin.;..U.r, July 3, lSftl 8
I'lKlf lOlll'k ('itblll
TTI1ICH is h,vin)i an unprrwedentpd run is just
V W received anj inr tale at th book store of
JOHN' L. TIT HILL,
July 3J Tulegraph fluidingl
NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!!
"I UST received at thmr-ity Book Store, 6ppoiite
- A Shi-li'.,',, the tr.l'owina works:
T-V'l I " -T-i 1. 1 nfv 7. a. c.
c. . - v u L. iun? rAiii-i ny .urs. ntowe.
Kivb years in South A frica,
Bivar'd Tavlor', lotion frcn Califfjrnia,
The V. oi d in a Pr;ket Hook.
All of which wiiJ 08 so d at the tnwoat pricea.
August 9, liii. ' JOHN' SiiARLES.
4 Fine assortment now unptcldii(i tt W15E'S
tW. Luicauter, nov 8, IH50. aj
bl?(kirs. Oar sale bv
Lancaster, May j, lo5l
machine marie Putty in
OTTO W. liiiZAXEU.
Pocis-t Bookn, Wallets, forte Monies
, A ND CAJID CASES of every kind tnd ttvle.
V imt riiciwvod r-J for sale very low st tlie book
Julv 80 JOHN L. TUTHILL
j DT, S. S. TOWIIM'tld's) Etl'aCt Of
j Sarstl J).1TUI:.
( rpiIK rem.r!:ab'e sanative powers of Dr. S. P.
I J Townand's Barsaparilla, have induced numer-
on fttui CV JkALt t Jii
on hand bv
KAL'l't'MA.N it CO.
Lsnca'tcr, August 4, lho-
I'iK-biiiCli Viiitow lifasa.
f 11 Boxes assorted, from 8x10 tn 20x30, just re-
vr cfiverl and for sale bv KALF jIAN A CO.
July ao, ino
A Dividend of Daniel Lbwis St Co's otTects, will
bo made a or about the 2Uth -f IMcber next
Su h of tho creditors aa hsve not presented tfteuf
c aimssro reuucsiea to ao so.
WILSON It MUMACGH, Assignees
, Ju y 20, VJZ-1 " U157
0!4Nf;i;S A.I LETIOS.
A Few Boxes just received tt the city city Drn'
sioro. EDWARD L. SLOCTM.
Lancaster, June 2a
II. B. IIl-NTER & CO.,
'lain St., opposite the lincklngVallcy Bank,
Cash Dealehs is
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES AHD DKUG8.
nA VE justrecoivoJ andshall keep on hand a full
trirl constant bupply ef StApla Groceries, Fruits,
Nuts, Spices, Stucoa, Picklos, Catsups, rkc UtTher
with many otherartic lea neceaaarv lnkeepine House'.
Also, a large and well selected stock of Points. Oils
and Dye-Stuffs. Lancaster. May j, 1S5J. 93
Cheesel Cheegc!! C heese!!!
JUST received, a fine lot of Engl Mi Duiry, Pim
Apple tnd Sap Sajro Cheese "o lie bold low for
casn oy K n. u. m,.n.ar.o.
May B. 1352. d93
Tobncco nnd Clears.
A LARGE snd suj
for sale s
rior lot of Ci-rars snd Tobscco,
II. li. HUNTER CO.
ATVT.Df.ov. Java snJ Rio Coffee, New Orleans Su-
n ---- ... t i i
MlltriP Ph laulelDhia tmshod do..
, New Orletot Mo
I fS , , i o '
U,,eJ, Sugar hou,o anj Golr .n Synip at
1 .May . H. U HUNTER at CO.
I FhruKeue Lamp,
. NEW ,d besntilul style of Plmsgono Ltmpt,
, A ,u,We lor ij.,' work stands, jii.t received tt
. jt )fi H jj JJLvi TEhVar CO.
Palrala, Oil, etc.
ALARfiE lot of White Lead. Red do , Ven. Red.'
itharge, chrome Green, Chrome Yellow Lin-eed-Oil.
Turpentine tnd til kinds of Yarnii-h for tale'
H. B. HUNTER CO.
4 NEW article, expressly for Stoves, Gratoa, Iron
LM. Fences, etc., just roueivea st
H. B. HUNTER i CO
fr A BOXES i'y Brand, just received at
OU H. B. HUNTER Jt C
Pickets. Prtanra, Brandy Peaehea.
ND t variety of nice thine!, fo, sale low nw
A. etsh tt H. B HUNTER tt CO.
A Prime article, Daniel Retail's best white wheat
XX Flour.for sale at 11. u. uuw rr.K ee lu.
TVOOR Mats, Brooms,
Sum Buckets, coverecf
J Boxes, etc.
H B IIIINTV.IIkm.
Kin 11k Sum mo iv