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. FOR PRESIDENT, :-,
MA.J. GEHf. WIFIEUB SCOTT
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
.WILLUpf A. O BAH
" .or BOBTB dKOHA.
' skkatoeiai. klectoH.
EDWARD D. MANSFIELD,
DISTRICT ELECTOR. -..
fith ; -loth
lath " '-
. 13th "
17th " .
Slst " .
j. scott harrison, -thomas
j. larsh, .
john w. defrees
daniel 6egur, ,
hanson l. penn,
' lohn milton williams
william lawrence, .
8ardis birchard, '
john i. vanmeter,
william e. finck.
James r. stanbery, .
SMlfH ORR. . . ' , , ..
A. BANNING NoftTON,
ROBERT B. MOORE,
VAN R. HUMPHREY,
WILLIAM L. PERKINS,
SILAS C. CLARK,
JOHN A. BINGHAM.
FOB 8TJPREMI COURT JUDGE.
Daniel A. llaynes, of Montgomery.
' FOK BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
David II. Beards!, of Cuyahoga.
CITY 07 LANCASTER:
n Wednesday ,Evc'ng, Sept. 1, 188
Worth Coksiderwo The New York
Tribune Bums up the Tariff question in the
following concise and forcible manner:
1. ltis a fact that our country is at peace,
uuecourged by pestllence.in the enjoyment or
generous harvests, and every natural ele
ment of prosperity. " '
3d. It iaafact that we have mines of
Iron, Copper, Lead, Zinc, and other useful
materials, as also coal, equal in extent, va
riety and richness to any in the world.
3. It is a fact that we do produce food of
almost every kind, with Cotton and Wool
and might produce Flax, Hemp, snd.Silk, to
anynlmrited extent, and with as little labor
as any other nation. ...;' ' ;;. ,'. -
- 4. It is a fact that we have thousands of
men, women' and children able and willing
to labor, looking aufciolisly for employment,
and yet wanderinff from day to" day In idle
ness and destitution, and "
6. Itift a fact that we are, ahd" for years
have been, running more ahd more deeply
in debt to Europo for Iron, Copper, Lead,
Zinc.Silk, Wool, Flax, Hemp ahd the Rails,
Cloths, Implements, and various articles of
use or luxury therefrom' fabricated.
Fallow Countryman! can you say this Is
right! Ought we to be running in debt by
Millions per annum for the products of Eu
ropean LabdT, while the American Labor
that would gladly be employed in fabricating
those same products "stands Idle in our market-places
and vainly pleads for opportunity
(oearft tie bread Of honest toil! Can it be
good policy which thiis plunges us deeper
and deeper in debt for products which our
own people would gladly make if they lind
hut the, chance! What do you say "of the
owner and cultivator of fifty acres who hires
ftrangers to feed hia stock while his boys
frolic at the tavern! Whither in privatclife
tends the policy that this country is how so
Fellow Countrymen! we advocate shell a
change jn our National Policy as Will set
tfur own people, now unwillingly idle, to
producing the Iron, Cloth, Silk, Sic, for
which, we are how running in debt to Europe
and covering our whole land with foreign
mortgages in , the shape of Railroad Bonds,
State or Company Stocks, &c., 646..; Will
you not; regardless ot party .nomea', help us
to procure this change! . ..
.OO The Richmond Enquirer,- the leading
Lcrcofoco papor in Virginia', saysr
"Our only weakness is the wairtof that
unity and concert which tno pressure oi a
formidable foe inspires.". . . 4
That's it. So thought the Mexicans; so
thought the British and both discovered
that the pressure was too powerful to be re-
'eisted. It creates a "fainting" Bensation,
which cannot "stand up" against the stal
tfart bldVs of so ftirmldablo an adversary.
" FiKE-TfBAl)E. The New York Times of
Wednesday last, alluding to the recent rise
n Breadstuff caused by an expected partial
failure In Europe, says:
' "Produce bills begin to appear more free
ly; but the relief from flour and grain, it
should te Dome in mind, in contrast wun mo
current heavy import of (roods, is inconsid
erable. The 1,409,000 barrela of flour, and
S),50ff,00t bushels of wheat, shipped to Great
Britain from the principal ports of the Unit
ed States for Hi months since 1st Septem
ber, 1851, would not pay for over one-half
of the foreign imports of the month ot An
gust arowe ., The bulk or Weadstulis to go
forward, under enhanced prices, it is hoped,
will be large, but a barrel of flour and o
bushels of wheat, each to the sterling, ere
ate exchange slowly." ...
' This is free-trade'witfi a vengeance. It
does not look as if it would materially benefit
the growers of grain.- Look at it. That
which to exported, is fowfn price that which1
finds "ft home market, Is high, ' ',.,
frrfhe Teleoravi'U atixiottt to1 have an
other notice from us. We willglve tWe' poor
betsar after favors three:
It says: ''The editor of the Gazette, who
' has to resort to posting the names of speak
crs who he knew would not attend." .
In the polite language of the day, that is
not trae. -.;-'-. ' - '
It eays again: "The Gazette claims that
the whole Whig party oi mis coumy
sponsible for its innumerable falsehoods and
blackguardism.'' ' . " "
i That is a falsehood. . , . '.--'-.
' It says yet again.- "It eeems that the
Gazette, as is very common with it, misquot
ed the remarks of the Democrat."
' That, fn the expressive language o4Noab
Webster, is a "lie." , ,
. The poor, miserable managers of the TU-
egrapK have our pity, not having sense
enough, tohave' opinions of theiir own, 'they
are tmderthe control of knaves,
fjTThe report that Cee., Thompson, the
English abolitionist, had been returned to
Parliament from Aberdeen,- is incorrect.-
Archbishop PuBCEtt has In his posses
sion a Bible, printed in the year 1479--thir.
leen years before lbs discovery of America!
AiQTtfKft Falskhoob Naiisd- ro the
FoHiaiAO . or its AcTrtoal-Airooj V.
Brown, of Tennessee, in a late speech at
Columbia ssys'i id reference to Geo Scott's
alleged "Incompetency in civil affairs," &e:
-That induced Mr. Cfaf on his Ving bed.
to advise his son, whefi Jj rma b dead
and gone,oJ to vote fur Utn. (Scott,"
Again, the Nashville Union; of the 14Ui
inst., a Locofoco orgah,states frqm a gentle
man who came Jn the cars with C! H.' Wil
liams, some of the cohver'idh of Mr.' Wil
liams, which the Union ' says should be
heralded all over the country. He said:
"An effort has boen made, since Mr.Ciay's
death, to produce the impression that lie was
ultimately reconciled to Gen. Scott's nom
ination. Mr.' Williams givrs this an un
qualified deniah He stares that Mr. Clay'v 1
last advice ' to his son was "not to ttipport
Gen. Scott." He further states, a fact that !
speaks volumes, that the manifesto of the
Southern members of Congress who refused
to support Gen. Scott after his nomination,
was prepared, with the advice and approbation
of Mr. Clay, This fact is a conclusive an
swer to the latter day pretence set up for
Gen. Scott of being a good compromise
; We doubt ' whether Mr. Williams ever
made the statement imputed to him,- but
whether he made it.or it was made forhtmy
the informant of the Union, or by the Union
itself, it is eaqually false. Read the follow
ing brief letter of Mr. T. II., Clay, and let
the lie slick on the forehead of its fabricator:
Mansfield, near Leximgtos, Ky.,f
Auk. 16, 1852. 1
Dear Sib; Your letter of August 14th,'
la before me. - I remember with pleasure the
slight personal acquaintance we formed in
Washington in June last, . .
The editorial article from the Nashville
Union, which you enclosed,- has very much
surprised me, and I cannot but think there
must be some mistake in tho report of Mr. C.
H. Williams' conversation in the cars.
My father never advised me not to vote for
Gen. Scott, and it is my determination, if I
live, to vote for Scott and Graham for Presi
dent and Vice President 'of the United States.
' The manifestovof the Southern members
of Congress, who refused to aupn'urt Gen.
Scott, wis neither prrpnred by the advice
nor approbation of my father. ...
I was in attendance on my Tather fur eight
weeks prior to his death. Vou are at liber
ty to give what publicity yon choose to
this letter. . ' .
Very respectfully, .:
your obedifnt' servant)
... TUOS. H.CLAY.
Gen. F. K. ZoLlicoffer.
The Rights of Ahebicar Naturalized
CmiEni. Wo learn" from the Nutiona
Intelligencer,that Leopold,! German natur
alized citizen of tho United States, who was
seized, on his return to Germany on busi
ness, by the Hanoverian Govermeht, for
service owed the army, has been released;
and that in the case' of Iteiiw, another and
later Instance, the Hanoverian Government
has also relinquished its claims upon him for
such ' services'. In Leopold's case a. con
viction had been recorded against him in
Hart over for the crime of desertion before
he became a citizen' df the United States,
and sin co lie jius returned, and voluntarily
placed himself Within its jurisdiction, that
government is disposed to IroTil him repon
siblejtpth'e exteh't of exacting from him
some pocuniury .satisfaction. . The Intelli- j
geneer says: i
When Mr". Wh'entoii wiw JlinWtersI Her- i
tin he refused absolutely to interfere in bi
balfof German nuhirnlized citizent1 who vol
untarily returned to their former cuiintrv,
and were seized uiion us soliiiers. He con
sidered it as a settled question that there
"native domicil and national character rev
ested," exactly as if they had never emigra
ted. Mr. Barnard, we understand,' basi net fol
lowed this precedent. He was not dis'possd
to admit thedoclrinc of Mr. Wheaton,except
where the emigrant returned to the country
of his birth to lie domiciled tkerei It is quite
possible he would himself have sorestricted
it, though it seems to have a larger applica
tion in the coBChe had in hand, we under,
stand that Mr.. Barnard has cases with the'
Prussian Government, growing out of this
claim on our naturalized citizens for milita-
y services and for lines imposed on them for
u.ruasi desertion, and we learn that he has
not yielded to these claims; and those who
know ofrr minister, and are willing to do
himjustice, will hot credit the imputation
that the complaints of our German fellow
citizens have been neglected by him.
Licking County. The Newark Times
says that the prospects in ucKing never
were better. The people, to evince their
sdmiration of the Hero of Lundy's Lane.are
laying aside party lines and party prejudices,
and will give a good account of themselves
in November. The local ticket is also gaiu
ing hosts of friends. The people, with the
experience of lust winter's legislature, are
already surfeited with Locofocolsm.
Drought. The Concord Statesman says,
"We in New Hampshire have hardly had a
soaking rain since the early part of June
The consequence upon all the growing crops
except upon very wet land, has been exceed
ingly 'destructive, and nearly every kind . of
produce hns been light." '".
Large Wheat Yields. We 'noticed
some days since a Urge yield of wheat in
Caroline county, iz: 500 bushels frou 37
bushels of seed, which elicits the following
from a correspondent: Bal. Sun,
"Last year,- from 37 J bushels of New
York white flint wheat, seeded by W. H.
H. Wright, on his farm, Blackrord, in Queen
Anne's county, he cut and delivored in this
market 931 bushels of such quality a to
command 108 cents when other white wheat
was bringing only from 103 to 104 cents."
Tomato Ketchup. The following, from
long experience, we know to be the best re
ceipt extant for making toirrito' ketchup':
Take one biifhel of tomatoes, and boil"
them until they are soft. Squeeze them
through a fine wire seiye, and add .
, Half gallon of vinegar, -
One pint and a half of salt,
Two ounces of cloves - 'Y
Quarter pound of allspice", v; ,v
Three ounces of cayenne pepor, , '
Three table-spoonsful of black pepper,
Fiva heads of garlic, skinedandseperatcd!
Mix together and boil about three hours,
or until reduced to about one-half. Then
bottle without straining. Exchange. ',.
Arrival of Capt. Marct at St. Lovis.
A private despatch from St. Louis an
nounces the arrival there on Thursday morn
ing, trie 96th inst.,of;Capt. Marcy. Ho was
in good healths. ' ' ' :
0"DurinK th present year,- there have
passed through Iowa City, about40,000.em
igrants for California! and 10,000 for Ore
gon. , , '; . . ' . . ' , i-K'ty a
. fjr-The steamship Africa sailed from
New York on Wednesday, for Liverpbbl,
with 60 pissengers, and $6'33,0Q0 in ' specie, j
MAsMirrfiio'. -Remember the Msss
Meeting", ia Columbus, on next Wednesday.'
There will ba rood - sneaking snd s larve I
crowd of enthusiastic Scott mep pa hand.
Let Old Fairfield be Well represented.
FmK Oy$kr The first of the Season
O. W. Krsnnr advertis Fresli Oysters
and Is ready to wait upon hia friends In the
most substantial manner." Givahim a call.
OiVy Trade. The business of th!sc1ty
wss never bettr. iur merchants are now
Kast or preparing to gq-fo't tlli purpose
of laying in large supplies for'thp Fall ai!d
Winter trade. ,
.- New AdvertixnteliU. See W. J. Card's ad-
vertisement. lie has iust established a
new Juiuberyard. lit this, city and .'intends
keeping bn hand a' gsrletat assortment of
stuff for buildiug purposes ahd. for keepitg
buildings warm after they havo been erect
ed. He has on hand a fine lot.
David Cupp advertises a bow Steam flaw
mill, which he has just put in' operation
This is much needed in that neighborhood
and we bespeak for him tho patronage of the.
p-liblic. ' ' : -v ' - '
Dr.-. Krieder advertises his new arrange
ment. x We noticed this in detail the other
day. It will prove a fine accommodation for
those who have hitherto been deprived of
its advantages. . '
The "Old Drug Store" is Jn full blast
with a most oxcellent assortment. " See ad
vertisements. - v.
See card of the Law School of the Cincin
nati College. .:.'"
The Order of the Long Stab -It is
said that numerous divisions of this Order
are established all over the country. , In
New York city and neighborhood, thero arc
some seven or eight dindiona, embracing sev
eral thousands of : members, who have all
bound themselves to inarch at a moment's
warning to Cuba. The Courier says that
eminent soldiers,' merchants, - physicians,
lawyers, editors and even divines,, are ac
tive, influential members of this order, and
Kb coffers are rapidly filling with gold. '' The
Courier contains a document, translated from
a Spanish paper, purporting to giye.the ori
gin, progress, and objects of this order.which
u said to mini her 15,0 10 memoirs, in difll-r-
ent sections of the Union.
' ' . ', !
The Pacific Railroad. We learfl from
the St. Louis Intelligencer thut the surveys j
for the extension of the road are progressing
vigorously. The completion of one to the
Iron Mountain demoiiilrates that no serious
difficulty in to be met on that route, whilst .
mt? I'ugin-j.m i-iiagt-a on uiu oouiu em-
ern route report very favorable. On the
Western or Indopendonce route, the parties
are engaged in correcting or modifying the
routes originally made. Other parties of
survey have been delayed in their progress
by Bickness; but are now pushing forward
with vigor. - - '
Pbolific. Mr. Thomas Asrhcom, living
near Centrevilte, Mil., lost a female slave,
by death the other doy, aged thirty-lico years
whd had been the mother of twenty-Jour
children. , .' '.
Laud nv the Iscn. A sale of four inches
of hind on Main street 1'ufl'alo was made
lust week at 100 per inch.
HAVK jim r-cr-ii-wla L,( ifKUKSJI
IVSTKHund will kwm i-, n.'untly up
:p!, when.'Vi-i-ttu y ran !. ,,l.r In i.l. t'mmti'n-.ut
si.-j.im. UK. 1 11. . K 11 . r, M H.K,
r.d will t
J 1 A Vl Iwi-ii filiinv up tlu'ir : tm-l: jn'm,
I a. l;'ot--com.t nt!v on lin 'd all kirl 1 - of
KOItlJUI.N AND 'A XI KlllC AN CI.'K.MI;' l.-S.
o:u:tt. i,ir.-.o!i..s..t DVKin i''s,
wlrfi h are vsfi-snteJ puro.
NOTION'S. COItOAilK. filtUCi.lt!!:. ."ic-..
to whi -h v invito tho att ntiiwi of t!ie trij
(iiinini-, Opium, Movplrne, CpIpi-i-.I.
Tunuin. Silri).-'- f Won form, Hu ; Mhss,
Mn;i'i .nia. . l'in!; l!i;;it .VitiiiaparUiii, Siiiu. ..'
C11.1 be hail by IliD iUantity or Hinnll pjiuolnat , -So,.t.
I m-i. KAUH'M.V.N ,tl'()
"i. Ii t t'l'tMl A m A ..
T"EKP conjfantTy on hnlf 1, Wlitto I.cn.l, piiro, la
JlV Kpgi and ilrj-J Venetian Lead, Yellow Iklivo,
Prussian H ao, Hod l.r-d, T.ilhargo, Limscd Oi!.Sp,-rm
Oi , Corn' Oi' copal Varnislx, coach ilo., cliroine Yel
low, do. ureen, Hose finlc, Vermt'iion, Lnnip li ack,
Turf'sn:ioe, Urd Oi',l'"ili Oii.Alcoho Japan Varniah,
SNOW WHITK ZINC I'AINT.
that vel not turn yellow, hit of which wiM bo so'd
low lor can. . aopi. 1
. STEAM SAW MILL.
THK undtraigned lias juat put into operation t
Steam Saw Mitt, in l'lpasant town. hip, fi niilea
North of Lancaster, on the Mllloi'irm't road, wliom
he ia now prepared to fill all orders for Lumber of
every di tcription, at the shortest notice.
Sept. 1, 1852 8nil6 DAVID CUPP,
I'aufl ami alter oot, 1110 v.oarn
. ca between Lancaster and Colum
bus will p3s through Carroll, Gtnem-attln and l.i
thopolia, and through Jefferson and Winchester, unit
ing at Groveport, counecting with tho cart at Colum
bus daily. " .
Timo of leaving Ijincastpr,-B o'ctf, A .M., precisely.
Time of lnaving fi)umhua, 8 o'rk. A; M. prcrixely.
Ample arrang.-monta are made to carrv nil who rig
sireto travel 011 these roiitos. M'Z. KRKIDKR.
Lanctator, September 1. lhCJ.. . , , .1 dlw.
T.nw School of.Cincinnntl College;
fBlUK Nineteenth coursn of lrfurea will commence
M. on Wednesday, October 20 ISSJ. Gentlemnii
who matriculatn for this course may attend any sub
sequent course froo of charge. Applv to ' j -
CHABI.K8 T JAMKS,
,. ..- M. II. TII.DKN
- - -M K. CUR WEN. -..
CiiK-iiiiire'i.8c.it S, 1I1.VJ. I.iiw FiK'iiliy.
. 1 t ,
-. ,- v7... Tuke Notice. , .
MY W'lfe Christens, having lettmy bed and board,
without ju,t cause, this it to notify all persons
that the is not to be trusted on my account, 1 will
pay no debts of her contracting. ' . r; ,; f
oept..t. la',S. '..- JOKt,'Mltt,KB.
NOTICE. A?moeting orthe Creditors of theZanes
ville hd Maysrille Turnpike Road Company,
wi I behold on Mondty.the.Wth day ol September,'
A.P. lo62,at the Cirr IIaj.l, in Uncaster, Ohio, to
poi fect arrangements, if practicable, for tho purchase
of said Road.atlhe saletheroof advertisod by A- Bas
set, Receiver, etc., to be held at Chil ico'ho, on the
9th of October next. The business of the meeting
will ba highly important and a full attendance by the
Creditors or their authorized agents ia desired. '
-, . , . II. H. HUNTER,
, . . Jnbchalfaftht General Committee.
Lancaster, August 30, 1863. . ,: ..' ,
Gazette, ChiUieothei Post, Somerset; p'ease copy.
. - NOTICE TO MY FRIENDS. . .
A 6 the track of the Rail Road passes through my
land and many persons, ladies, gentlemen and
chi dren, in large numbers anxious to tee tho work,
withottt thottghtr pass through the gatos, leaving them
open to that the horses and csttle get away, and the
constant passing through the Holds tntmp'es down the
grass,b("ctingmeto much annoynnce: This it most
respr-ctrully fo reoifeist ll my frlelMir who may wish
to visit the work, to fake the track of Iltn Bait Knar)
near Ring's mill snd return that way. This will give
them no additional trouble and lava me much.. My
willingness to gratify tha public in any rossonabla
way, I think will not be doubted, and I trust in this
respect a word to'the woll-dispo-d will be sufficient.
Most respectfully, 0. TA1.LMADGE. .
.' Lancaster, August 10-3ni-EagIa & Telegraph epy
.7 .'.'. JO'ilS' "iYOSiiv ". '
- ' WHOLI9ALB AMD RETAIL nSAr.Kn IK ' .
Every Variety of Family" Groceries,- l'ro
. Tisiontt, Notions, Corttnge, T'ar, Glass 1
and StonoWifre,. ' ,,,,.,'
' MAIN STfff.lJ T, LANCASTER. OHIO,;1?
IN VITKS the attention of tha country end city trade
to his' extensive arrival from New Ynrs, which
makes hit assortment complete. He is ready at all
timet to attend to the wants of hit customers, and lot
it be understood at all timet that he sells on the aver
age lower than any house in Fairfield county, with
tha express understanding that any article, bought at
hit establishment that don't give satisfaction, oa re
turn of tha ssme. the mnnev will be reminded 1
. Lanra-ter, July 30, 186 ,r ImwInxT
(mm! onRrrMioaai. r ".
WASBlSdloa. Aug, 37.-rr. Tuls wul
allowed to speak three hours in favor
claims; liter which the question wss
flit tmhUi.A in IninrnlH Malli.v ' On...
general appropriatMn bill was -theft -taken f
op. .iitiUin sessiua at 10 o'clock. -Kiit,i
fixed an allywai.ce wfiiOoouMr.RiMa
for pnutiug for Congress, above tbs amount i
of lus expBiidiUiro,Al5. thai he tar eiva 20
. , . n J . Iin
Mr IV f m uiri ak,... ' f.a.. ' at... I ' I J
.u i.,.lul u? u,u 'pro.(DeiioiiriJny rtocnto.tw,ntv-ri 1
priaung ia,ooo jor running sa4 making
twnvwiiHuiis oiwVD uaiwa cuues
and. Mexico under, the treaty of Hidalgo,;
nnn-iiutfQ ny providing mat said sion. v '
shall not be expended until the President Is
saiwnetf that the boundary lis not been fix
ed north ol the town of 1 Paau. After fr-
iher Uebsta the bill wis reported. The post- aejiuiitd. We sales are 470 bbla I real, j 1 ". wJ irom Uu ue at jaur Oi
age bill was then finally pasaed Ly concur-.; ground from Bew wheat at ZJULAiJA) foriyV"'' Blt'- -""' f- WWr.
ring in House amendments, and the Senate
WASKisoToKR, Aujr. 3tT-aIe.-The
general appropriation bill was taken up. All
umeiiuineiiis jnadu hi committee, were
.ir.nAil ... 'I'l. . . . i ! . . : e m
.... i He niiiiropnniion oi 9 1 1 ,uiu
for runhinif d
boundary line between' lows
and Missouri azreed tu.
Wabhixuto!., August 30. Si.-nafe-Gen-eral
appropriation bill was taken, up. . All
amendments made In committee agreed to.
Tho navy appropriation bill was then tak
en up, and the comniitiee recommended
striking out the provision that midshipmen
and students to the naval school shonld bo
hereafter appointed from the Congressional
ditricts,.on the nomination of the represen
tative from such district; which was agreed
to, after debate yeas 27, nays 22. .
The amendments to the civil and diploma
tic appropriation bill, made by the Senate
and disagreed toil the House, were report
ed by the committee of Conference as hav
ing been agreed to." The bill was then final
ly passed." '- '
.. The naval appropriation was resumed.and
various amendments made to it. The appro
priation for tho ourchose of a site for a navv
yard and depot at Sao Francisco, was agreed
to, and the appropriation for continuing the
sectional dock and railroad rejected. "' - -
House. Mr. Houston, from the committee
of Conference oh the general appropriation
bill, modea report of over 100 amendments.
The report was rear! and concurred in yeas
70, nays 69, the (Speaker giving the casting
vote. The Senate amendment to tho oosl
office bill, declaring the Wheeling nd
llnilgeport bridges over the Ohio river a le
- irl structure, was agreed to veas 72, nays
The fortification bill was considered in
cummittuo and tho amendments adopted.-
Arrival of the Falcon. .,.
NtWr Oblkaks, Aug. 26. The falcon
has arrived with dates from San Francisco.
ranamq snU Urecou to tho Ut inet-
She brings two millions of gold on freight.
1 ne KicKncrfs has abated on the isthmus.
Mining news are favorable.' '
The Indians are troublesome, and it is re
ported that they are about organizing for a
general fight with thcwhitCB.
Missouri Legislature.. ".
Jei rERsoK Citt, August 30- The Whigs
met in caueus and resolved to support the
w tag nominees, on organization of the I-1
gisluture. Democrats ndw in caucus, with 1
open doors. Resolutions nendinir il.-rlHrinir I
that for this session old issues between Ben-
nun inn muni not, ue revivea. uenion men
Mr. Stevenson, of Franklin, declared the
Democratic union in this State to be rotten.
No pro.npert of harmony.
' f.orrjsluture mce:.si:i thirty minutes;, reso
lutions passed not limited to thin cession.
I A-.I .L-M . I , J i
j Bc-nton men mostly Undin; iiloof, ami ray
ins; they would not nhiile
niljiiuriied.' At 12 VcIik!
tv them. .Caucus-1"
ock, M. House inet
inir or.rn,,;-, .!- or. IW.' L. ?
- r.. b " t
Arrival of the i'ro:ii(-ttirH.
NRW-VoitX, Aug. 30. The "tentner Pro-
metheusi'nrnved from Cnlifjrniu ly the San
Juan route, bringing 200 pasicn-'ern. Him
left San Juan on th.Sl.l.1 '
' Tho steamer Independence
aiui.viou uu-a w uiu ibiu arriveo at
! l. .1 n. 1. . . .
oi 11 juoii uci ouu uu uic join, connecting
with the Prometheus
News have been chiefly ..anticipated.. It
is said that 2000 Indians were holding a
council at the liuaj waters of the San Joa
quil.with a view of uniting for a general war.
A military force .yos ordorcd in the neigh-
Fire iu Clucinnatl. t
---t . . ,
ClKCIBKATI, Aug. 80. A fire broke out
this afternoon in the row of. frama .nttao-PK
eorner of Smith add Webb Btreeta, which
was totally aesiroyea. 1 lie sparks commu-
uivniuu j 1,11c; VJCiiunii '-laaiiiuiity v.'llurvil ' Ull
Fifth street, which building, with that of the
lanrc school ndiotntncr, was destroved. ' 1
A i'rfvnl of the Stranfsnlp Ohio.
N . - ci. L .1-
EW YoBK, Augtist31. Steamship phio
iroiu auuiau, via rtuigsion, arnvoii ai
half past 12 with 300 passefigers and $3,
530,000 in gold. . She left Kingston on the
24th. Health or Aspiflwall fniprot'in'g. But
Tittle fever on the Inthiniis. No cholera.
Passengers report that the Golden Gate, on
her trip up with the 4th Regiment of Infant
ry, lost rrtniry gofdlers by cholera at Kingston.
Small pox abated somewhat, butstill preva
lent in different parts of the island., There
has been recently sereraf sefere shocks' of
an earthquake 1 n various parts of Jamaica.
' The Ohio, when two hours out from King--ston,
was boarded by a boat from tho- Eng
lish mail steamer Parana, had broken ore
cylinder and was behind her time.
The Panama Herald says that one hundred
soldiers of the 14th regiment had died since
they left New York-. - . '
-'A ball was given at Panama on the 11th
by the New. Grenada government, to the of
ficers of the sloop of war Portsmouth, in re
turn for services rendered during the block
ade ol Guayaquil. ' " ' , ' ; ' .
; ' Ttviti, Wanhiugtou. ;i '.
Washihotor, Aug. 31. Both Houses aJ
jounrned to-day at noon. ' The appropria
tions bills were passed. ''
1 Sobmon D. Hubbard, of Connecticut, was
confirmed by the Senate as Postmaster Gen
eral. . ,. . : .- . !
, JohnT. Powers was confirmed as Supcr
Ifctemleutf of tbo PuMic; Printings ' . '
' A V.'ilimble Fitrm rr Salt', '
rHE aubscriber will soil bis Fsrm. one mile west
A of Lancatlor, containing 168 acros, 80 acres of
whicn aro ciear'ni an 1 ututur good cultivation. hra
is a good FLotThrxo1 on the lame, situated with
in a fuw rods' fit tm 2anetrille and MaytvUlaTurd
pikfi. with twrr good run of stones, tirrrrSd by an
overshot w1)eel. There are alto ontbe pmmiffes wrree
aevat tailing arfrings of wator-accoinmodlotit ana
convenient awallwghouserarting house, bam; Snd air
orchard of 6 rat rata fruit. .Being desirous to remove
to the West, the subscriber win diapees of (he ahow
Lands upon terms (hat cannot fail to suit any person
wlshiiif, to purchase. Indisputable title, can bo given.
. Pjplaiuber 3, 1863. , 11KNBY SUTZIN. ,
. ; 1 , 1 ' .1 11 ; 1,
: notice is hereby given,
THA'T there will bo a meeting held at Ritb's Ho.
t. in PLEASAKTlrILLE,onSaturday,Sep.
temlter llfA, at 8 o'clock, P. M., forthopUTObsjorre
organizing th', "PjiASA!TviM. Hontx TmVr Di-j
All pertont who are desirous of becoming members
cf thit Society, are respectfully solicited to ttt?nd.
fjAMUKL HITE, Chairman. !
Aug. 26. 8wlB t. C. HITE, Secretary. ,. . VI
ritHE COMM3ST0N MAN would' Inform tTe
X friends of E. C. HANMUM, thst he U now at the
"Philadelphia commission etore" and would be glad
tnhavehiaold frienils call on him, when ha will do
I them good, in tha wy of htrgains.' ' July 16.
' Vneter lUstrkMai.
,;' 'Tat irAT Muo, 8ep. 1-Wheat, We
or liisfquot,, nPtt t mxly. on yesterday It run api
Flour $a's 05 i . ). .--, .
(v,;M1in,.fW' ' " u' - - '
0ts.,"e,,"J;V -'' - '
Timmhv on-' dollar firtV- f)sx -fa"
' fjrorerie., na 'tw ! ' "V'
ortyj Kweet Poutoes one dollsrfifrv sn4lISAAC COMER as a suiuble person furs
i . .
Green V-r Ar -Apples thirty .d fortv -
Feelies twa dollars a4 flftv tMi P
licrfALO. Autr. 30. FloHr-Thrra
linoderste inquiry . for Hoar, but transactions
i - Michigan. .....-: -
j ,; Wheat The market is quiet with only
! limited Inquiry. The Sales ara 0,000 bah
i wliite Ohi at. 83,; 33Q'l busbWabasb at 3c.
t , orn here is a fair demand fur corn;
' J . l . i . - , i mi
' a'u ino msraei ia less nrui. inessiea we
.note are!0,000 buab at 5CJ(357. , The Ut-
ter for prime sample from store.
: ' OlevtliiBid Witrket.
Cievklajid, Aug. 3J. Prices steady, and
receipts fair. Wheat in moderate. demand;
2 thousand bush Northern from store 82c;
4 thousand lush afloat 8o3l4. 4 thousand
white from store 8Cc; 3 thousand bush Lan
caster 80c; 2 thousand mixed Southern T9r
Corn steady, light receipts. Prices 64 j
isaies 01 Ti hundred bush afloat 54c; 15 hun
dred yellow 54 J. Floor good. Demand for
straight . brands. Sales of 5 hundred bbls.
3,75. - '
-nclnnr.tl Market. - '
Cisciksati, Aug. 31. River nsen 32
inches during the last 34 hours weather
6ne. Flour quiet; 1,400 bbls sold at 8325
(5,3,30. " Whiskey firm at 18Je. N'othins;
Hone In provisions. .Groceries unchanged!
Linseed Oj! 65(gC5c.' '
Nav lork' Market.
New Yobk) August 31 "m.d60O "Ills;
of State flour at 4,S0; southern at 4,G2.r 2,
750 bush western wheat at 81. 1 1,000 bu.h.
Indian corrf, mixed, 71. Provisions dull.
Ohio whisky at 24). '
Cattle rTIarkets '
Philadelphxa, Aog.' 31. Offering Beef
1300, selling at 7,00 to 80 per 100. Hogs
600, 8,00 to 8,60 per 100. Cows 200, pri-1
ces varying from 12 to 33. Sheeti ,.fcrf
Lambs at former prices, 2 to 4. ' '
PitTsbchgh. Aug. '3i-p. rfl.ftiver 6
feet falling. Weather clear and warm.
PrTNAM FE.W AI.I3 SE.UIJIARY.
' PHIS lnViturinn willij.in commence Hi faUoooa
J W'odneaday the 1 5th day of Septomlwr next: and
rill (loae lit Urat vm Tueaday, 'ab. bth, 1H63. -
There are two .urint iu,tha year with aa iatervan
inr vt'-tlrm of two eclct.
' For information aa to the-eourao of fudv. ?nvm.
mnnt, lucation and vxercawsatnrenea may b had to
uiecau ogua loruva i", ending A usual, law,
. 1 lVPOSKOi' TUITION.
Pieptratory Dapartmi-nt pet Unrro 6.00
iieniuiary Jiropjr J3,0U
HinH, uialu Jit'4 iighUand waahing, perwook
C n-n'nuiii'-tiotu relative to tha pecuniary iiitereaU
of th j Seminary a,Sonld be aldros. -d to A. A. Gutu
si. all others "to tho l'rin ipal.
Au-?mt Wl C. AUGUSTA GRKGf.'
IXnBKB. AMI CO tU ,
.f .warwt J,,
'-Ot af Colambn. .nd
L lllifli KirVt-la, Laaeaatrr.
and intend ler:jiiii( conaUnl y tfn har.d all Unde of
j Lumlr-r i.ud i'mI i,,t i'i. .. ..
! Ilia nvti t.-iv r.nn.hilinr-o mnA L-rvi-la.laA
f bcr. will tniabk- h't;n in ilrt tho h.f iitlitiei. and
' " 'u,'h i,r.ice"i, wiu ft"-t the pafronage of a
I"!!!'''' , '' '" '
- HUI.Il:iM AND CONTRACTORS
1 hvin(? 'Pi1 tilit t6' fill, w ill find it to their inlerrat
j w . 'i. ..in. w.-fui; p-nrjiaainje euiewittire
UT-Hewil! n!.o furniah tt VVholetalo and Retail,
ui.ur. ana un..iift.n ora ttipi-rior qua ity.
Beioving in the old maxim, that ' nimble Sirpmre
ia bettor than a t.'oto tlnliing" my terma will be caah.
Auguaio.. WM. i. CARD.
Ftl ICS! I A HRIVAL Of' CfRtrCEKIES
'' At the (Ml Stund of George J. Wj-gqm. .
rTWASKrTt, for part fivort, the tuWribor ra-
V infnnna hit ol J entoinen and the nnh-
as nueralW, tiutt he hat now a .fuit and eomoleU
LStoc 0 FA MILY OROCKHIllS, mbncinglin
, . part, the fullowini artidet:
j SM ('OFFKIi-lae tnl lava, ofthebett autlity:
S'-rlTr"A Ynunc Hvaon and Imoeri.'f
i ' OAHiwPttivta-Brt, tmahod, Loaf, Cuba
I MOI.ASSKS--Heat Go'den Syrup. Sugar HoUJe
; inu irn unrsni 1
r ISIIU hite Kith, Merkcret and Cod.
! CXlw6Alll.1h:al4o. H-rrin
' TOIiACCO-.' A prime article of Iluasell and Ro-
; binsnn's t'sv.'ndish, snd Allen's best pound lump; also,
j agnod artir'u of spun, Nai Uod and six Twiat; Alto,
1 AIIOiTWlll . 1IOU CUl CIWHUIK BI1U USWIIU OOaCCOl
1 SHH'KS..-IVppnr, AlspictT. Ginger, Ciorot, t'ituui-
mix sua i-orp -r sauce;
DYK-STfjt''FS-lndigo. Ma tdor, Logwood &'Allum;
UOL OOS Port, C aret. Muscat and Ma'aea Winet:
a prime artir'o oi (,'ogni 'C Branily,New Fng'and Rum:
Rycand Vi'hcat Whiskey, told in no lest uuantitv
than a qtiart.
B?tidet a great Variotv ol articiea usually kept st
: .1 . ' r :i, l i
tiini ar eatab ulmients, til of which will be so d at
as low prices as at any other house in the cilv, .
A continua ceof the patronage of thepuhlc Is re-
apcctfully toliciteil. GEOHGE J. WYOI'M.
Incaster, August 4, 1354
0(-.T-wl.,l,"liK rorlVasa-tVsV l.at rVil.t
I tM I rTI ( ll 14 I lit? I l r 1 1 Ol (MM I II I Hi ltf
rcii 11 nd others
f WITIt AND ATKIKSOX't AMKBXCABT WOSM KIUEB.
f 1111 IS M.dicinu has beon manufactured by Smith
JL and Atkinson for several years, and has been used
with great siiccefs b Phyticiant anj others, in various
part of tho United "Statit, many thousand" of bott'es
hav.i been told, and the universal approval ft haa met
wi h in all quarters whora it has neon Intro Juced,
prcrvef thattt neer'jrmly a tria to satiify the most in
creduloui of its grrat valila.the sizo of the bottle has
been enlarged, to that.it is one of the cheapest at wall
ts most valuablo Worm Medicines over oiforudte the
public;' and the peraort buying thl article gett the
full value of his money in" quality ,-Avhich Is a fact well
lie careful to a -li for '-Smithand Atkinson's Ajncr
icon ll'orm Killer," and toe that the name at Smith
and Atkinson is on the Bottle In raised Letters.
READ! READ!! RKAD!!! RKAD!!" 'BEAD!!!!
Mollcf for rnnn snd beast The horseman's hopo.
Ar Ftrmer'a Kriond. Arrangements ara now made
for tli3 supplying the public with this great remedy,
which has been uied with wonderful success by thoa
who have had tn opportunity of testing itt virtuca.
No family should neglect to have a supply; and all
persona would do well to keep tome by them to be
used in case of .accidf ut to man or horse.
. Fo H iatus, etc For tho cure of sprains bruises,
'saddle tnd collar galls, swelled Joints, stUDi-us and
weakness" of the Tegs old tores, icralchet, etc.
Fowl Max -Kor the cure of rheumatism, lumbago,
sprains, swellings bruitos.sciatic paint, ttitfneta and
weakness 01 tno limns, ana o:ner acciuenu ana tunc.
tiont to which men ami animals are liable.
. Pfopared onlv by Smith and Atkihbo, 9 Balti
more street, tislti more, s .;i
, Kor tale by Kautl'maa & ro , Lancaster; John Io
nard,'Daail;'r- Qoehngsn, Baltiinoro; haac Jonos,Nuty
8alem;'E. Kklh,' Riishvil er Otto H. Mrel'et Ik co.',
Somerset. -.'.A to fbrsa'e is Circlevida, Ohio. '
, This prapaitition bat been before tha public a iuIDi
clent time to have itt merits Cairl v vetted and tha re
ports received from various parte of the corrttry,
prove it to ba oae of tha moat valuable rairrednt ever
onureo, boin to man ami horst. s.- , "
, Auguat 94, im. , ., j . . ; . ia
Pocket Books Wallet Vorttl Ittoales t-
. m CABD CASm of avsf, kbu and atylo,
l just received an for tale vary low etthe book
o of , , ,, July 80 J,0,ijl L, TUTHILJ, j
-ii ; : ? :w-,Iissolation Notice). ' ' ' ' -1 ' "
THE partnership heretofore existing bet ween Or:
O- li. Davis and Dr James Vea Pearse, hat been
dissolved tliit dav. bv mutual content. Tha nobis
and accounta era in my hands., , O. E. DAVIS.
. Unoatter, Augdst 16,Ibo.'- ' ' ;
Boanetss Kibboos and Fans, 1
F the newest patternr, all on btnd.at
VTApril , ISO
Ortkr Uectioaa. f
Ms. Editor. By announcing Str. A. L.ifr,"' RE'
C .a t ' . "... . . . . . ...
r imw m VBMUJMMW IVI . ' 1 17 1 111 VI
at tke easuinr eleetiorj: ion
1 consent to be a Candi.iate for COUNTY AU
4 llfPflB, -. r -I .
.' . ' v, tuc cuniinj cu-ciion, DC Will Be
sapporwdvy WinuSaio DtaucRATS.
Ma. WajVEa? Plrssr anaounca Mr.
1 Mnuiunio lor llie olhce of A
asfssoB of Huck-
,in nJ B,J"'e tnships. Mast VoTtas.
- - - - -rsjss-t
- - mm . nj mm
V Ot worn u
lSlkrririiulS DHI.ra. . y
Dvu.i,lrca,Ur3l, IHil .llr. Jtm
Jt ii a ulraxun tu mr '
i1" ttlly, th h-ll( whi. au.. ,.
m wi,-tw yaaM,siKl a fafTav-
.(""MO utntiiic,ai u bcrsaiiaij biw
wr.wv V im.avy vtar-aim-a hi. mua,Lrj.
Uw aart-rat HUcU. .tnm, is tha waroKal w'k
r, aod eootiauicj ! u,ta .1 lu grrtu j 1 le..
aarerity.Uuxioj tlx Till Saavou. IWmrntsaaal
Jy Uatad frn ihre to niua 0yi,dUwji. j, ,p. '
(wtits and Wp, and snxiraly atiming hia. (or u kt
bo. ., .. . . ,
Abwil jrror ag last Augn ba retired to bed
on eight, u hi nana Wllh. lut after s few bcara
woka, and nulirg H mp',vlWo emtio longer in
bed, np and ra-onod to lui stual mdlcioa. Tliia
p Va him Iktla rulul, tad alter wvtiog till mornlog.
I (ara him a Uapom.fuJ o.' tha Oxji utvd Bhinr,
Jho rfSft w imoMMliaii, aad io poweT&l, that ha
n aUa taka UnUnt nd parf.nn days mark.
Uacoaiinues tbtutaafiha Bhtan (hrotiKB II
dsf4 saffm aa mora from the stuck. I la haa
xeerfoocd bat very lUllemcooveairaet from Atl:
W ainca thai lima, aad apMillwretarn of anv ivniD-
oma, uniformly reeaivaa the loppjHt eu frooi 1
lha tiae of Uua uieilkins. . -
' .... . JUIIN OEKBY.
REJib. AUSTIN tCo Wboleaale Dniavitta No.
0, MvM-haDta' How. Ounsnal Agaab-
1'ru.p, SI per ba,lld;la bottle for (A.
V aUJbyaKAl;.XA(tCo, Uanaler.
Abk vou a MfjTMita Sulfariug from dlws l
a-loch femal-4 we . awially eakjact, ax. Dr. g. U
Ilbwq'aStuker Saraauarilla-il wiUcorTaiidf rara joa.
Male or fumali, olil or youns, a ll aod evtry f'awtf-
(ytoouulhaire ttiuuceUmf FamSi mudleiae by thrra
Cal at our dejnt, ar on oae of our Agcsta, ami (el I
pamphlet, gratia, trhera yoa will rindoW.' Jaetm!!
arU"l lhit c be atanlia .1 ty tSouaaods oi liv
ing wUneateain thU chy an.1 rmmtry, viz: that t he
Shaker Stftaparilla. u pray.ro! b l)r. . I). l.'OIVK,
hat been the meant of per:utnr utly curing mora dit
eaiet to which thehumin family an, continually ub-
ject, than nj thr prapar.tioa of Sariapaxilla evo
yet orougnl oelora Ui public. Sue A Jveniaauienl.
fTn Ox. afVr.irertioat of Han.n UtBlO. tut
great Phvaioloairai chemiat. b J.ti. Hovatrroa. M.
D.hiladalphia. Tiua ia truly a wonderful remedy for
Indignation, Pyspepsia, Jaundice, livr complaint,
constipation and debilit', curii after Nature', 011
method, by Nature sown exeat; the iiami rie Jwit
rampnieta. containing acienuiie ridenca ot ita value.
1uru1.neo.oy eguts graiu.
b t-c rxti-.e aanong t!
- - : 1
Hereipts far Ibe Gazette. 1
J. M. Hedges 1,75 I. VV. Thompson 1.73 j
M.ml tiX.l. i,. Ic
""HI DU.UW JVI . 1 I . ILillL A SlliUU 1
. . uiiuiiguunfiei, j,, 4oun iiaruier 9,00
C. M. S. Comeirvs. E. Inirinsn. Seth Wel-
dy, Ezra Carpenter.
MARRIED Auuet 26th. 1853. bv the
Rev. Dr. J. Hamilton, Mr. AARON F.
HOUSEKEEPER and Miss MARY M.
MILLER, both of thia city.
INSTJEAKCE, FIRE ASD MAE15E,
by tot cnnntiemir xoarr voa tks
PnOTECTION IN81 RANCH COMPANY
. ' X)K iURTFORn, CONNfXrriCUT.
Peliciea iuued at Katnt of Prsnunm ss low at those
of any othr mpoagilim comjwoy, bv
Aug 20. - for Lanedt'iir and FairjUut covntj
A Far m fr Salt.
THE Undersigned will tell at private tale the farm
be 'oozing to tha Latata ol WiLitAH JoxRt, da-
roaaerl. aituntpd In Pipannt tow-n.hio F airfit-lil eouiv. '
tv. five tnilet Emat of IncaHer, androntaining sbnut
One Hundred and Ttx Uv-six Arret elf Land. The
old .anesrille road rant through the North part of the
said farm, and the Zanetvillc and NUytrille Turnpike
Hoad nint through the South part, leaving about for
ty acre, on the Scntfi side of tha Pike, and affording
a" beautiful the for building purposes on the Turnpita
The premiss contain auout 4, acres ot ttmoer land
There le ai) t pple orchard pn iiie premiaot of about
sixty beermg trees. audalsca iiumbeTof cherry treet
and pear treea. TV, buiidiAcs orf the frrVmW a are
a two ttory brick house ant hjwrod log kiu-hw, and
other necessary Juitdinga, and a hewed log barn. .
i erme oj tfuw une-WTU in nana, one tnira in
one year, and one-third in two years, with interest on
tha deferred Davmenti till oaid.
Potaotaion gir-n immedlatsvy . For luithar pxrti
culart inquiruof Michakl joaxt'on the premiset
nrSatMo SiiaV In Unca.ter, SALMON SUA W,
Aug. 26. - ExenUur of IITliam Jofict, dceaaed
OE IICKDREU GIN81
t REAT WOXnERT The andorsigned
v A wouio. rep:iiuiiv announce to ids citi
zens of Fairfield and sdioiniiu countif a. that he haa
again opened the OJ.V ItA TTKH Y, li miles Kast
f iMneauer, on the iarnja.e. J ne uia tort was
once entirelv euacna,'ed the eaa spiked, and the
1 General wounded. Hut new httuig auajg rnrovered
from his wounds, has enlisted tlie old mullen stock
brigade', and it ready to f'e Uie enemy: baaed upon
1 tha old mfaBa(-'flfunl'irffrlrt never conquered.'
j As the enemy is Vet far off. the company will be
F1.(JYKI) In the Mi I .4C 1 UUlU in
.W A U O ! 8,
together with any tud every thiug belonging to that
branch of businesa, mail-- from tha bent maUrialMMa
i vaome of the bent workmen west of the mountains.
rhe work vUl aU be warranted, and sold at lets pr let
than liny other shop of tha same kind for ready cash.
The ready pay system will be preferable to any other:
at we have long since learned by experience, that
buggeytrun better, wear better,' and look bolter.when
well treated than otherwiao.
AU kinds of LUMBF.R taken fa etchavre for
xpork. ' . M. WINTER, General
June 24, 1859. 8m7
Itciil Esciin at rrlvsile Sale
THE subscriber oilers at private tale an excellent
farm of QUacrei of land, aituatad on Cletrcreek,
In Madison township, about four miles southeast of
Amanda, and eight miles south of the city of Lan
caster, joining on the south the land of Lewis Young's
mill tract, or: (Ita west the lands of Iiaac Wolf and O
rea A hoof t, trS Q.b fVirth he land of Robert Fowler.
On caid farm there it about 10) arret of cleared land
under cultivation and the balance first rate timbered:
On it are two nn ki.lixo nouses, and 3 Orchards of
choico Fruit, ia well watered with, good" springs and
t sivk-a pAtuffu. rraKAsi atHr'ixf TnaoroM rr,
including the water privilege for a GautT or other
Mill with from 2(1 to io foot fall near tho road.
For further Information apply to tha subscriber in
Lancaster, Ohio. UEORQE WKISZSJ
July 17,1X5 v s lm'11.
AtBttlT STRO&EU 4 6d.y
Faeralnitable Barbara and Ilalr-nrrtaera.
KEEP constantly -en hand I iplehdld" srticle of
Hair OH and Perfumery for sale, and are pre
pared to do SAorina; in' the most epp-nved ttyle at
their Saloon, one door mouth of the J'ott Office.
Lancaster, August 101853 .
f. GArlAGin'V.-attheslgnof 0?t.p! Watci,,
. ,r..ll., :r,.r,., the ritireos of Lancas-
rer and'fhe r-ublic ri-n'-rallv, thst he hss opened 3
d ion Eaat of the Hocking Valley llsnk. 111 ti tro.ld.
ing occupied by J. Frank, it a clothing store, a '
Watea-Maksr aad Jesvrlrjr Ratakltahtsaemt.
f-SL and hrnot rnly ft all timet prepared to repair
pV TTATCULS AND JEWELRY,
??Sr.hnrtpal hofire. hut flat alto a fine let of new
Snt vWof tlx
Watches, Hocks, Jewelry, rifle Pocket Knivet, Port-
oritftr umioas on immii wnicn ne is
at at tow jfricm as any ether at-
the inountaina. . . - . . .
Mv rriotto ia small profits and'atnVk tales, at mv
name it "eWAcr Abraham, ior nor Jtceb," nd
every article I tell, I shall waiTant.
Thine wanting a fine Clock or Watch are requested
to calf before purrhaslng elsewhera',' and I am tura
that yon will not leave diisttisfied. ; . .' , L r - ,
May 18. dl(H JAMES GARAGHTT.
"S JUTTY. 0() pounds mschm'e made PnMy in
M. bladoert, for tale by OTTO W..KKtA.MEK.
Lancaster, Msv S3, hti
wiiiri sa iirnroi siw tnnn w tntpnam. 1 1 m i -cms irn hiiio, uva bmumi.
Weied, he will mske an sieellerit ahd effi- V ' kSu,c,:,T: ti k WSW
Cientoffkef. 5.u.r,ir. K.Mr.r.n a .aJ b ; 1 fU, bfsh.J pwk
. .,- I - inmir, i h rimik Uwl I La
Ms. Edit-.b rf Mr. J.-hs 8 serves will , I mui. '
'IK ha toM H HUr kUM Ik.
1 mi u. ...4 . .
muuTarM i w hia, tir
a .. . r 1, ibwwim. mwmmmkw
k I to" snor.-ta, f jrki. hoi-t, Rtksa, tr.
1 ts mm Uwraaa, IVblaa, Ltaiu Tala.
a ' (.Kir,, 9(ua, i,Ha-UB4
3 Urljtada, cr,b, I Safe, 1 MtMla tHMk,
. Carlor.Dinutf lloon. aaekiaf al 1(1 alata stata
or owl ,J rMj, M,-, nX
hriua, Dwiaj Kama, iM Hoobi aj KitcHaa taafa.
I VSwi U hav ajMl kaal, 3 lara Inm katlkaa.
A lot Of kJiirLaa kalna.ina to H.u k. Uld.
h.nM, llw Unom and Otrm, Shad. -.
I ots, in tha 'ild. Urmifrnvau waatina ton will
pioaae axanlaa lha enn prarkma la U Ly at U;
! lo i'nwii at 9 o'clock, A. M. All sua) St
inonth. rradit will 6a iraa, ba pur-
i lii.ii, ii 1 1 i i I I i. i aa
rZiZ.,.K'r ---r-""-. aavwuy .
Aurfll4. t-Ct W. WELLS.
William .Varah's Estate.
VOTlei: U hmy .Ira that tha Mbaeribar baa
baea anoouitad aad aualinad aa Kxaraxoraai tkm
eaUtaof U'lLuia Vi . 1.,. .J L'.irA.Il
dacd. ' " "
U.tud at Liacaetcr fclt ITtbiay ot Israel 185.
. Nathastrl BTOI.TS,
KieaUor H iUvm ktmrmh.
IX E;AItI VIXEtiAKIl
FIR3T HATE article of CIDSR VJNSQAtt,
thai raat be brat, to b bad at the CITY OHO.
IX a i IJHK 11. A. GEHEt EIN
A upwt 10,16-2, d,wI75
ArJfvi-lcndofDAmxLLswia ft Co'l affacta, arfil
be made oa or about th 20O of Oc lobar Beat.
M tho craditora ta bara not preaeiitad tbasr
e airoears raoueated to do to.
.. WILSOM a MUMAVGH, dariraa..
fca.ler,'Ju jr 90, lHb-2 dl7
H. O. Tamil's Cslsbratad Arablaa Unuasat.
It ia an emauous idea that dlaeaas raanot ba farad
awf by tatii lan;e quantities of anediciiiaa Into
tha atoroaeb, in graat many caart of which touch tav
ry is sVw, a'llmugh the iittaat in pobJ b mttmaUf
emrtw. na roats a. UM Votaacn sy coatiaiMa at or
naaiatsng mixtures, frequ-nily bacoma ao mueb die-tml-
rl tha the dlgatit funrtioH Is urUnilj) Injur.
ed the mule of which ia dyappaia, Mrvouanaas,
cholirt.altarnatv diirrlxra and cot lTauata,natulaoaa.
thtiaar?, Mc., eta Wou d it at. tlrpfora, ba vary
da, irabla to poaaraa a raawdy. which LesDg applied
icttrnaiiji would eteitetha abaorbents taucreasad
action, -b-1 tha rarry off through this madium, tha
deleterious priocipla which ia tliVcf covatoftba
diMai-1 Snroly avery thinking maa will admit that
thia would not oay be tha saoat pUasmt, bat by fax
the safest meam to effect tha desired and. Tha ai
moat -npai baman caret pet fbnaad by tbArtbInphy
tkemus tba day af old wars anainiy effected by thia
course ol treatment, and tha ingredients of wbith U.
U. FarretTi Celebrated Armbian lArtmmtt it coaa
paeed, are eatracted trom rara plants peculiar to Ara
bia. This gnat Liniment (which it bow to ba had mt
most respectable drugglttt and inerobante in every
town in tha United riiatea) is daily affecting curat
which setra beyond the power of medicine 10 coa
trol eontamption. bronchitis and liver eonip'aiats fn
their first ttavei. nervous atTactiooi, indiaettioa. aa-
I largemeot of the sp'i-eo, scrofuUms ttfmore, goilrav
I -tic ,etc are fraqueuSly eurett and atsaya re laved
; by Us aaa. It ia uoaurpasaed aa an anodyne reliev
ing severe peine ia a law minataw after application. H
. ". r . T 7 ' u
LutiKOCT FOB COCNTERFEITS!
The public ara cautioned again another counter
fit, which hat lately made ita appearance, ca'led W.
1 H. FurreWm Arabia Liniment tha moat daiurorouj
I mt all tha eoanterleita, becausa bit having tha nam a
, of FamtlL many will buy in good faith, wi'bout tha
knowledge that a counterfeit exists, and they will per-
anoroniv discover their error woes the spurious mlx-
"CLb" rv"1? T'ficV- - 1 ' .
Ta genuine trade If maifuartnrod only by H. O.
. r. nlri ,m .n I ... ,,.mm.mm i. . i.
druggitC No. f 7 Msla sewt, Peoria, Illinois, to whom
all sppicatiooa for A'geociee must ba addressed. Ba
sura you gal it with tha letters H. Q before FarraJl's,
thus H. O. FARRELL'S and hia signature oa tbs
wrapper all others are counterfeits. -, , .
nodbv U. KAIIrv MAN k CO.. Lancaster.
and by rt-u ar'y authoriitecT eeois throughout the C-
oited SUM. mem v ana 00 cents, ana i f oottia.
AGENTS WANTED in avarv town, vi'laca and
hatnet in the Vailed dutet. In which one It not al
ready eatab'iahed- Adireas H. O. Farrell as above,
accompanied with good refjreace tt to character, ra
spoosibiirty.etc. Sept 9 1m
I'. TownacntsV Cxtrtitt of
rTHE remariaWe sanative powers of Dr. 8. P.
J. Tovaaesad't fiareaaartflo, have inchtead numev
ous atterapte to coanterbit it, and maks fraud u lent
usa of Or. Towataao't aAttat to secure the sale of
irraiot'l aancjiit. ...
Thase coanteffeiia and imitations only nova? tha
VALoa of tha oarontit; and no nraaaa eoatvu
strr coa d ba oaid to Dr. 8. P. Towaaend'a Xacract
ofSanapari'la. than laboriout efforts that bare bean
a.adc oy mat to get up sosneuiioa uae a.
A fupf v of the Genuine Article, kept eomtaatlv
00 hand by. . KAUFFMAN k CO.
Laneastar, Aagutt . 1869
Crorje Enmmcri Prtminm lijhtt of Coltce
MAava'ArTcaxn tr Dan'rjiL Bonxa-a k co
One Package at i cents will save 4 ds. of Coffee!
THIS Eajqrrca ni lately awardi i with a ai var
meda' in he.Ameru-ar. Inatitute, New York, eleo
with the ftrstpremium for tuch articles In the Frank
la lmtitata, Phi'tdeljphia.
So d Wrese'e-aod Retail, at the Droprietor'a to'a
by our Agecb'i and at the principal Drug tnd Grocery
ttnri throughoA the Uftitett StiW. . ,
Thia V auinra haa LOen rjroven hv mans tfuiuaanHa
of the richeat and mt rua pact able familiea, aa well
as by the poorer data ot people, aunott tnroagh tba
wnoie LUUR riais,M, un dj im iiiv uvai vrvparaiHin
of coffee aver ottered to the public. Coffee made by
thit Esaenee is much more who esome, more delicate,
finer flavored, perfectly clear, and, in avery insutcca,
fupejfctfvtr(effieat Jt-.va:CfTea,, . , .
lu order to rive full niiafaction and" proof that tha
shove articlo ts perfoet y haalthy, and to show some
thing of the deserved reputation it hat gained and just
ly entitled to, we siuki a few certificates and r com
mendations, parties arly re'ating to heath, froro Or.
Booth and I'r. Chilton, prarticai cbemiata and Analv-
siits of tha cities of lluladelphia and Lew York.
UoUege Avrnue, I nu street, Oetote Market, I
' I have examined the essence of Coffee manufactnr
ed by Hummel, Bohler t re, and find that Ita coa.
ttituentt are not in the 'eaet injurious to baaJtb, it
may be used free'y tnd wi h mrfect taietr.
, . .. ,, JAMES BOOjPrTf
Pro. of rhemistry applied to Arts, t'ftisfn rntfJtuto.
No. 73 chimbere street, tiew York, Ami i psf.
1 have examined an artie'e prepared by Maaars.
Hummel, Boh'er and ro , Phi adelphia, called Eaaenca
of coffee, which ia intended to be used with coffee,
for the purpose of improving ii, I find it free not oni f
iron, any thing injurants to health, but, 00 tha con
trary, the ingredients of, which it it compoted ara per- '
feclly wholesome. J It CHILTON, M. p. CnefVtlst.
For aaje by G. KAVKKMAS a. co.. Agents,
. sud other Druggiatt tnd Grocers generally
Lancet t( Ohio, AugnSt 8, Kfa
Rale erf Kelft EttVto by older of tjon'rt.
ON Saturday the 4th day of September, 1S63. ba
twei-n thehourtol tto clock, A M. and 8 o'clock,
P. M. . ar the eoart-houae in' the city of Ltncatter, will
be told to tha highest bidder.the fofiowiag Real Estate,
11 the property of C. J. Arnrtt, cWeased. to-wit: befog
Lota numbert three tii (bar, containing fonr acres
eachoC thaseWituion of tha lands oTChrialophar
Ufeatfor.laLi of Fairne!d eountv. deceased, in section
No. 35. township No. 15, of range No. 19, north of tha
city of LaneaaUr, MsubdividWby H If. Hunter end
F. A. Foster, administrators of tail Estate, Also ta
irrotjalar are) ansnrvryea rractian .01 ism suppoaou at
contain about one acre, boing other part of said taction '
No. 36, rut off from tha landi of John Reber, of eaid
county, bv a change iu tha original location of tha
State road from Uncaster aforesaid to the city of Co
lumbus. Said premises subject to dower of tha widow
at therein heretofore assiuedpprailod to 720.
Terms of efaZe-One-third in hand, one-third in one
and the reaijufe in two years from the day of tale with
interest on defiUTtd pav manta from dav of sale.
JOHN I. MARTIN, Adm'tor,
de bonis non of CJ. Amdt. dereasitd.
July SO. 1SSS J.50 tJwia
KOAI WAGONS' FOR SALE.'
IT TY. offer si private tale twojsix-borte Road Wag
j V on, with broad tlra. They will be told very
j low for cash, or we will trade them oa fair terms for
I Bugglna or fwo-borse Wacotti.
vVohaoaaotbe HARNESS for bofh tetma which
These articles can be en tt the residence of Mr.'
E. Martin, three miles' North of RuahvilKe.'.etii tha
road to 'lliornville. H. B. MrLAyGHLIN,
AugnsflT 4wl3 E. UTARTIN.
DROP . N LADIES, and take a lnokthrongh a larga
and splendid stsortment of Dreta Goodt. embrace'
ing all the leading tnd popular styles nof in faaUioti'
many of them entirely new' and truly eleaanf .
k. . ) : r 1 1 - ft, ll'IPT
rsovamoer p.iou.. a . nma.
. . NEW DtK)KSI N EW IICOKSI!
JUST received at the city Book Store, opposite F
A Shirffi-r't, the following workr
UNCLE TOM'S. CABIN By Mrs. 8towe.
Five yean ia Sonth A friea.
Bayard Tavlor't Letiara from California,
The Wot d in a Pocket Book.
A,U of which will be to d at tba lowest pti-er.
August 9,1863. JOHN SKARLEg.