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, FOE PRESIDENT. .
MAJ. GEN. WMFIBLD SCOTT
!'"'1poR viceTresident, .
V1LLUM A. OU A II AM.
Or ROKTK CAltOMHA.
SENATORIAL ' KLKCTOR9. '
EDWARD I). MANSFIELD,
WILLLIAM DENNISO.N.Ja.
DISTRICT ELECTOR!).
1st. Dist. CHARLES ANDERSON,
J A MLS BAFFIN,
THOMAS J. LARSH,
JOHN W. DEFREES,
DANIEL SEGUR,
HANSON L. PENN,
JOHN MILTON WILLIAMS
WILLIAM LAWRENCE,
SARDIS niRCHARD,
JOHN I. VANMETKR,
WILLIAM E. FINCIC.
JAMES R. STANBERY,
JOHN SHERMAN,
SMITH ORR,
A. BANNING NORTON,
ALEXANDER LEWIS,
ROBERT B. MOORE,
VAN R, HUMPHREY,
WILLIAM L. PERKINS,
SILAS C. CLARK,
JOHN A. BINGHAM.
FOR - SUPREME COURT JUDGE.
Daniel A. llayneeof Ifloutgoinery.
FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. .
Dnvld II. Ileardsley, of Cuyahoga.
For Representative In Congress, of the eleventh
District, composed of the counties ol Fairfield, l'er
r. , Hocking, Vlntoii, Athena and Meigs,
JOHN WELSH,
OF ATHENS COURTT.
CITY OF LANCASTER:
Wednesday Evening:, Oct 6, 1859
MASS .MEETING.
9,Od WHIGS IN ATTENDANCE.
- Scott Leads the Column.
Yesterday, was a glorious time for tho
friends of Scott and Graham in Old Fairfield.
Two thousand Whigs assembled for the pur
pose of listening to the many good things
which were said of our candidates and to the
discussion of the measures of public policy
which divide tho two parties of the country.
The utmost enthusiasm prevailed throughout
the entire day, and long will the meeting be
remembered by those who had tho good for
tune to be in attendance. -
THE PROCESSION.
The procession was formed . under the di
rection of the Chief Marshal, G. G. Beck
and his associates, and marched down Co
lumbus street where it was joined by the del
egations from the West, thence up Broad to
Chestnut, thence up Chestnut to High street
and across to Main, when it proceeded
eastward to East Lancaster where it was
joined by large delegations from Walnut,
Pleasant, Richland, Rushcreek and Borne,
It then passed over to Wheeling, Up Wheel,
ingtotligh Street) thence South to Mulrti
down Main, where it was jollied by the Mad
ison delegation bearing the prize banner, to
Columbus, across to Wheelins and up
Wheeling to High street. At this point
we were enabled to judge of tho length of
the procession, reaching as it did around
two etiUHfcs ohd measuring ohe hillc in
length. About ono thousand persons were
in the procession, and almost every wagon
Was beautifully decorated with Flags, bear
ing aloft the names of our distinguished can
didates) SCOTT AND GRAHAM.
After marching once more down Main, the
procession was dismissed. The Lithopolis
band was on hand and discoursed most ex4
tellent music. The Lancaster Glee Club
also' enlivened the time by some excellent
tnusic and good songs, and the "Scott boys"
had their drum and fife.
At about eleven o'clock) a meeting was
formed between the residence of Mrs. Greene
and the Court House) and Was addressed by
Hon. Johr Welch, our candidate for Con
gress, In ah able ohd masterly manner dis
cussing the measures of the two pnnies.
After dinner, the meeting was organized by
the oppointmont of the following officers:
PRESIDENT.
TuKis 1 AsttBROoKiOf Pleasohti
VICE PRESIDENTS,
i MicnL Nigh, of Clearcreek,
' Martir Miller) of Madisoih
J. II. SuiibERMAN, Of Amanda,
James R. Pearse, of Berne)
Daniel Baker) of Richland,
Isaac Wilson, of Greenfield,
' Joint Snyder, of Bloom,
Georqb Rino, of Hocking) -WillUM
KrAker, of Violet,
Henry Leonard, of Liberty,
James Hall, of Rushcreek)
Thomas McNaohteR) of Pleasant.
The meeting Was then addressed by the
lion. W; & FiNfcKi bf Somerset, the Holt.
M. B. Walker, of Dayton, and the Hon.
William Densisoh, of Columbus. We j
have neither time nor roonvto go into an ex
tended synopsis ot these gfieechcs.nor is it ne
cessary, aB our readers were present and
heard them. It is simply necessary to say
that they were able and eloquent disquisi
tions upon the political topics of the day
and gave the highest satisfaction to the au
dience. More than one Democrat went
away, with the determination to cast his
vote for Scott and Graham. . -""'
toessfs Dennison and Finck are already
known ih this community. Mr. Walker Is
a live Whigot Montgomery eounty( who was
caught on his road home from a tour of ser.
Vice on the Reserve, and having bceh noti
fied that the Scott and Graham men of Old
Fairfield, heeded his services for the glorious
occasion of yesterday, he promptly acceded
to a request to be with us, and has left be
hind him a most fovorable impression. He
was compelled t6 leave last evening to fill
an appointment in the Miami Valley to
dayj where he Is enlisted for the remainder
rthe campalgni ' : 1
: It was truly a glorious tlay for the cause in
this county. The numbers in attendance far
exceeded the expectations of the most san
guine and the speeches of the occasion
Were among the best . we have eve
listened to. The Whigs of the county add
the friends of Scott ondGraham are thorough'
ly aroused, the utmost enthusiasm prevails)
the determination to work on, work everris
taken firm hold upon the people, and the re-
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suit will sho' that the good men of the county
are anxious to repel the slanders which have
been heaped upon our gallant and patriotic
standard-bearers by the young sprigs of Lo-
cofocoism.
PUSH ON THE COLUMN.
That Same Old Coo a, came in the Berne
proceaaion on yesterday. It looked fat, saucy
and good-humored, and regaled itself upon
the dung-hill fowl of this year's Locofoce
Ism. We'aubmit to the consideration of the vo
ters of Fairfield county, the following ticket.
These persons have been announced, free
from any caucus dictation, and are running
independent of any party nomination. It
will be noticed that there is no candidate for
Commissioner or Infirmary Director. ' If any
or all of these candidates should be chosen
by the voters of the county, on next Tues
day, the people might rest satisfied that the
interests of the county were placed in faith
ful and competent hands, and that all trusts
confided to them would be sacredly admin
istered. All are good men and worthy the
support of the people.
SCOTT AND GHAIIAiri.
For Conurest.
JOHN WELCH
of Athens county.
For Sheriff.
A. L. SIMMONS. '
For Auditor,
JOHN SHAFFER.
For Commutioner.
For Infirmary Director.
For Prosecuting Attorney.
JOHN D. MARTIN.
For Coroner.
JOHN N. LITTLE.
In addition to the above, ISAAC CO
MER is running as an Independent candi
date for District Assessor, in the Fourth
District,composed of the townships bf Hock
ing, and Berne; and DANIEL BAKER, in
the Second District. In tho First and
Third Districts, wo are not aware that any
independent candidates are in the field. -The
Whig candidates forStato officers,
only two to be elected, will be found at the
head of our columns. Both of these gentle
men are well worthy the support ot the
people of Ohio, and ought to be elected.
From present indications, the prospect is
fair. The presont Board of Public Works,
by their miserablo and inhuman request of
the Legislature, liavo rendered themselves
odious to the people, and merit tho condem
nation ol all right thinking men. The Whig
candidate for Judge is a most excellent se
lection end will honor that station should
he be chosen to fill it; tho Whig candidate
for the Board of Public Works, is, by a long
life spent in intimate connection with that
branch of the public service, well qualified
for the post and will make a most capital
member of the Board.
Let the ticket be honored by evory Scott
and Graham man in the county.
UE.UEMBEll
That
General Soott
Wm
NEVER CONQUERED,
And
REMEMBER
, That The
OLD CHIEFTAIN -Wat
;
ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL.
Tht '
Prestige of Victory
ITH UK FRIEND.
I THEY CAN,
, tMKT must,';.- '''; ;:; ,
They will Triumph.
OfWhy was Gen. Pierce, on receiving
Scott's letter of interrogation, like certain
ladies when called on by their friends!
Because he announced himself not at
home.
This is the sum paid by the last Legisla
ture for servants, in the way of Clerks, Ser-geants-at-arms
and Messenger boys, to wait
upon them. No wonder they did poor work.
Men who require so much waiting upon,
are never fit for anything else.
Another Accession.
JuJl'O James Spencer, of Hockinar county.
formerly a member of the Ohio Legishturo,
tells us he will vote for WinfIeld Scott,
this fall, arid thinks that the General has
done more for his country than all the rest
of our public men put together. He has
never voted a WhlB ticket yetn He Is a
gentleman of high intelligence and influ
ence. Set'. Gazette. .
The Darier Ship Canal. It is said the
proposed ship canal, across the Isthmus of
Darien, Will Cost XlS2,00O,O00, and that the
London parties concerned in it desire to re
ceive the co-operation of sever! leading
capitalists in New York. Point Escoses, Ih
the Gulf of Darien, whore the terminus of
the canal is to be. Is about 185 miles east
of Panama, and oh the same parallel of lati
tude. Maine on the Maine Law. The Gar
diner Fountain classes the new Legislature
of Maine oh the liquor law as follows:-
RpnKtp -Fvir thn 1nu. 10. lhit ! o
House For the IaW 83; agaihst it, 22( and j
some twenty or mu-ty not definitely heard
from. - '
tC7 Fivo fugitive slaves from Mo., were
captured at Alton, III., on the 19th inst. '
(rEx-GoVeroor Chambers, of Ky., died
on the 21st inst.
Fkesh oysters.
1I1AVE juat received a lot of FRESH
OYSTKHS and will keep conatantly up
a aupply, whenever they can be obtained, throughout
tha aeaaon. aept. 1 O. W. KR.MR.
C'onlape.
Ehaveonhanda larga stock of cotton mine
Twine, Hemp do doi Broom Twlne.Fishr.ines.
Carpet Yarn, Bed cords, sash cord, Graa and Hemp
Rope, H ies . tCAUFFMAN k CO.
Prints, Ginghaittst Lawns and Shawl,
OK superior quality.cin he folihd in endless variety
at - ' HENLKVa.
WHIGS OF FAIRFIELD!
Thin fa the lost pajcr that will
roach many of yu prior lo llie
Stale ttlcciio't.
ARE YOU PUKPAIIKI)?
. Ij your towiiliiji anil - your
"diool dwlrict organ zwlf Have
you made alt needful preparation?
TO (JET OUT THE VOTE.
If not, go lo work i.iunt'd ntc
iy nnil complete , iliu work of or
ganization. (JOTOTllli POLLS HAIU.Y
"'oc to it tliut your neighbor go
vviili you.
VOTE EMILY.
And t!u:u .co iliut your iNKKJM
BOlt HAS voted.
If he is not o i hand, go or
send for hlitia. Jf he is tiinh e to
Ho on account of infirm.liiM or
sickni'ss, make pn-parauons to
earry him to the poll.
BE WAIVE OF FKAUDS
And nil evil infl ioncc3. lie.
member that y ur vigilanci; and
activity upon t'jo tlay of o
lection will be v;rlh many voU'K
to tho cause of your Country.
WATCH THU POLLS.
And sto to it lint it illegal votes
are polled.
l 15M A 1 O.N THE (JIIOU.ND
Until tho poll.4 are clisedr w ich
will not take place until six o'
clock in tho cveniiix. -
CONTEST KVEKY INCH
OF (.ItOU.NT).
And never weary in well doing
until von are satisfied t'w.t
EVERY VOI'l. HAS KEEN
.
VOU Will lC llCrVed lO groalert
. , . . . . '
UUOrt WllCn VOU heiir 111 IIIIIkI l!i;it
ilftVt-n i i r. . MM If
SUU 1 1 I.;1. N 1 I ( l't j
(VF ITU T
tr.U.l
lie who has served his coun
try for over forty years; who has
;erri;iod his hfu and shed his
blood upon (he hanl-f mlu l-at-h!e
fudds of
CANADA AND Mi:XIGr;
TFlio has never f there. I or hes
itated when his servit es were
iiecded in deh nce ol his country,
is deserving f
our wAk.MrcsT.suriMitr
and
MOST EXERflKTIC ACTION.
Wlr.it :v few Votes will Do!
i'riends o! I Itv.vis and I'mitn
i.ey! Iriends . ol Scott jmkI
iriiam! j ist one word lor veu
to hec.l.- U. io hasn -arly ly.OGO
school districts, and there h is
been no eh cllon in tho State since
1 Hi 1 at which not less t!ian two
Whigs in a district 30.000 in
tho state! did not ahsent them
selves from tho polls.
N w then, let every Whip; who
road this paragraph tell this fact
to his Whig neighhor, and make
a special com.nittco man ol him
and also consider himself a spe
cial committee to see lo if that
litis year sot onk Vhiginfs
district fails to deposit his voic on
U i.l.l ct tJ I .... I
ie 12tli of A:tobcr nnd nain on
tho 2tl of JVovoinlicr
Do this ilirnugli w State, nnil
tho "Whig triumph at both elec
tions will ho complete. Ohio
will then certainly give. Wisfikld
Scott her 23 electoral viites,
and plaec his election to the
Presidency beyond question.
lias been paid lo Sam. Mc!a
ry for tho printing of tho first
semi-annual session of the Ohio
l,CiMs!aliiro. This U at teaii
Thirteen ..Thousand . Dollars
iiio'c than ihe w rk would have
como to,hail contracts been made
as tho constitution required. The
difference has gone to reward a
pariiziui, who has been denounc
ed by men of high standing in
his own party, as utterly unprin
cipled and corrupt. I ax pavers
of Ohio, remember these things!
Avians of oiiio,
IJcmcmher,that a full vote, and
a' vote of every man's honest con
victions give us this State by thou
sands Again, wo ask our friends,
in every county and school dis
trict, AKE VOU READY?" .'".Tho first
battle i now to be fought . hot
the result bo such that we can
send along the wires, tho glad ti
ding of Victory lo our brethren
in other States Do this and
the great battle of Norrmber is
already icon. O.S Journal
NEW ARRANGEMENT!
ROM and slier tht rfnjli the Coach
es between Lancaster and Colum
ella will nana thrmieh CartolL Otoencastle and Li
thopolis, ahd through Jefferson and Winchester, unit
ing at GroVeport, connecting with the cars at Colum
bus daily.
Time of leaving Tjncaster.Bl o'efc. A.M.. Vrecinelu.
, Time of leaving Cohimbus, 8 o'ek. A. M. precisely.
Ample arranKementa are made to carry all who de-
. i .v. ,.. m 7 u V L'I rLr
M S. KRK1DKR.
udw uko. ua uinaivuwni
Lancaster, September 1. 1863.
. tliw
GOOD I3SU3!
m
. We ruccivttl, (.oil ovttiiiiig, t;ic
following (Icsp .uh:
Mount Vrrno i, O'tio -.leneral
jflic ('miiiI)S will iuhlregs tli
people of Fairfield, fii Saturday
at l wo o'clock, (iivo word
A. BANNING NORTON.
fJPW I.RSr.I K riWlUP
OP KENTUCKY,
One of tho most gifted of orators
from a Slate distinguished for its
eloquent men, will ho with tho
LP QH CD DP a Z2i
OF
ON
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9,
And the vholo people are earn
estly invited to Lc on hand upon
that occasion.
DEMOCRATS,
TURNOUT AND HEAR HIM.
Mis address is intended for
vou, an you will hear a gifted
oraior, an impressive speaker, an
'ioiipsi man.
PASSTHE WORD ALONG.
H. 0. Farrell's Celebrated Arabian Xiniment.
It 1 n erronnom WcathitJisrain cannot be ciirod
pxcppt by Uiking iaru qu:inlitiia of imdicino into
lioitomicli,ingTnt minycaspofwhi,-l-n.iichi.
jurtjhi,-hmthedi.rmUpAUbtarVially
fired. "Ihecoatnoi the aoinic-l. by cnutinu.!.l ue ol
!iausi'atin'4 inixtun, fvi'qnntly beroiir; o nmrh li
orjr-rndthat th9 dignfifynrUnn aerinunlj irjir-
ciiuus roxuit ol which ib dVHp4nii. nt-rvon... jkn.
riuilin, alternate diarrhiea and co ivene.,natulpnce,
nightmare, etc., etc Won dit not, tlien-lore. up vrv
deirble to jko-8 romctly, which beinff uppltett
externally would excite tlio nborbentt to incrt'iRed j
action, Mi l thus carry olf through thi modium. tlo i
deletoriou principlo'whieli tlifl direct rame oftlw
di"oa8ff Surely evory thinking man will admit that
thin would not o'n'y b ."tin most pleasant, but by far
the e&fcit moans toolftict the demd end. Thu 1
moiit Miunihuinin curvi perfurinud by th"Am)Mn pliy
icianj m the "ys of old wem main y HTuctod Ity tlu.
cour.0 ot treatment, and tbc tntp-t' It nts of which II.
O. Farrcir Celebrated Arabian Lint tne -t is ooin
pou'd, arc extract otl tvom rare plants piTuliar to Ara
bia. This great Liniment (which h now to lu Ind of
inofctrMpcctahle druiits and mere hint 4 in pverv
townintho United flatci) is daily t ((( iug ciiip
which irm bfiyond I ha pnu cr ot intt!i:iiu 10 run
vlU 'LlfllUIUJSI IUII UHllllllI'M Vll'l IIU "II.,- Jill J ll
utjii iij-bnia-s( u.:rvniia ijt:Li lu.m, iu ii'-iuvii vh
lariiineiit ot tlio xp'ccit, serofulous tuuturs, goitre,
otc, etc., aro rrequnntiy currd, and uhv iy ra'torufF
hy its U!e. It is unsurpasHcJ s n aiu.lu i rf'U.'V
iiig -ioverc paint iu a fmv iitiiiut-'H ('tir Rpp'tcstitm. it
snot hni the irritated ni'i v-.m and prodm os tint d
lihtl'u' trjnqui'ity m nr-Ueful.to t'i n';rvou ino'itl
SprdiiH.t'riiiaDs.-.voim'Ja. burn, oVt tlirrut, chi b tUu,
rheiMiNii.sm.auii puiit, Wi , clr... nra apetdily cu ed
hy it.BiidlMr ncar'y a I ai'nifMils in horaes or catUI.
j niiing n ct(-ritl aj'; i atiou, it i?i n olIW lua.1 rc-
" LOOKOUT KOlt COUXTKRFr.ITaS!
Tho pull ir ar, cauti m -d ofaint ann'hor counter
fnit, which has 'aty nn-h- it- apfrnarsnre, ra I 'd It'.
It FarrcW Arabian tjnimeiit lhmo.t dr.nyroiH
of nil tho couiitcr:uit.i. became Win having tliu nair.p
uf Kurroll, many will buv in frKd faith, wi liont the
Itnowladgo (hat acntintPiffit exiMs and th-y wil!pt-r-hap
only diovpr their ovrnr whrii flu s'-uriounntix-tiu-H
hRs'wmught its cri' ettiu-t-i.
The cnnuimi artio'e is ntanufaictuwdnnl v by If. (2
VarrtlL sVe inventor and nropri'vor. an ( wlm'osn o
dmgit No. 17 Main street Hoiirift. Illinois, to whom
all ip'irationa for Agoncii mtit bo a,ldreHl. Ilo
sure you get it wilhtho '.(ttter H. i b 'lore Kartell's,
thus H. G. KAUUKLL'iS and his -inaturo on the
wrapper, all others aro counterfeits.
bM by (J. KAJ. FMAN & CO., LanrnstoT,
and hy n-gu ar'y authorized agonts thiouhftut the l1
nited'SlMps. f'iu' 5 and 5U cents, and $1 $ bo I to.
AtiKNT.S W'AiSTKOin every town, vUago and
bam'etintho United 8tala, in which one In not al
ready etabinhed. Add rem It. G. Karrull as above,
accompnnieti with good reference ts to charaf.tpr,re
spotMiliiiity.etc. fcvpt. 2 hn
Attttchmcut Notice.
T my inHtanre an attachment wa iHia dy issued
d X 0YAI
bvAII'i-od MrVeich.a Justice of tho Peace fcr
iMuKiii iowi.ii.,, r an iieiu county, u.i.o. ...
property ami etiecia ol John Mineliart, a non-rminont
it ,,id iontv. sam. f. maccka. kkn
RBptembor atl. i;bj3 4w2(l
LOOJC IIEllE, K HIGH noilt What make
you wear that exceedingly old Hat? Io you not
i ,1... xt cf . I r l'v i. . ' : i . u i.i .
I tutm i,iir.,mni,ii lis, I wriTn, ic tuini rw,
A ,r , . , , . . . ,., .....
wriintqi iiatti ai.io,qu Kind 01 tAra. nemem
berihe pUce.oppositntlmTallmailge Honso, & call in.
I.ancaatev, aetpomher 25, lHol. 81
Illicit' 'I Dili's ( Uhlll
WHICH Ih having an iinprecedcntod run is just
n:oivtd and for aaln at the book store of
JOHN" I.. TUTIIII.L.
July aa
Telegraph llui'dinj
NKW FALL ROODS A largo nd general aw.
ment now opening, and bartraini. to be hail at th
cheap store opposite Shueilcr' Hotel.
- NovcirberB.lHoO. '.W.T.WISF
TO IlOfisE CAUPENTKRSr.
TW CLIFFORD will giva cmpluymeut to three good
A Carpenter. - '. ',
Unraater. May 15, 1853.
dtfioa
LOST,
I A ST E ening, at lha Circus, a Lk coIored
J Ci.oth Masarao Hiiawi; Tho Under will be
suitably rewarded by leaving it at the
Kept 3. GAZETTE .fJFFICK.
NOTICE TO HI Y FRIENDS."
AS tho track orthe Rail Ron J pasae through my
land and many perrons, ladies, gentlemen and
children, iu large numbers anxious to ae tho work,
without thought, pass through thelgates, leaving them
open no that the hnraas and cattle get away, and the
constant parsing through tho fields tramps down the
grass, rubie-'iiig mo to much annoyance: This is
liont resnc nlly toroipieat allmy friend, who may
wish to vinit the work, to take the track of tho Kail
Road near Ring's mill and return that way. This
will givelhem no additional trouble and save me
much. My willingness to gratify the r"blic in any
reasonable way. I think will not be doubled, and I
trust in this respect a word to tho well-disposed will
bo sufficient.
Most respectfully, D, TALLMAflOE.
Lancaster, August lU3m-Eagle Ik Telegraph copy
ONE HUNDRED GUNS! ' '
r REAT WONDI'.R! -The undersized
CluyjlvJI wouiu reapcci.u.iy announce loineciu
zeiw of r'airfiold and sdjoinin; counties, that ho ha
again opened tho Oil) BATTK11Y, 11 milo Kant
uf Lnnentter, on li Turnpike. The did JiW waa
once entirely oracuated the guns spiked, and the
General wounded. Hut now having again r.covercd
from his wounds, lias enlisted the old mullcn atock '
brigade, and ia ready to face the enemy: baaed upon J
the old adage af 'Often beaten but never eunquercd.'
As the enemy Is yet far otf, the company will bo
JiMl'ltUIM.!) in the MANUHWrUJUMi Ut
CARRIAGES,
jiiiCRoys ana
WAGONS,.
together with any and every thing belonging to that
branch of bnniness, made from the bent fnneria7.and
bvaomoof the bfnt workmen west of the mountains.
The work trill all be mrranled, and sold at less pi Ice
man any omer annp u. inn same H.nn inr rcaay casn.
The ready pay system will be preferable tt) ally other: ;
aa we have long aince learned by experience, that i
buggeya run better, wear hotter, and look belter, when I
wellgreased thsn otherwise. .' i j
AHKmaa qj uumanis. taicen m cxrnange 7 or
vork. K. M. W1NTKH, OcnemV.
June24, 1853. 8m7
Nilks nnregetsa Barege De I.nlne and
TJOPLINfi selling at unusally low prices at
1 1 Jl,, April 9, 1B627 ; . , '
ip- -71 r
ArnvMl r the Allaailf.
Nrw Yos. Oct. 9. TV Atlantic
rriv. t
Ki j f . . ,
the 22.1.
oV n; r7. :LrV" 1 rn r- '
iiicwiiTul 0iaoc;ieal4r irr n)
ion the 2 Ut.fr. .in I'itiladf Ink-
I W-n:-...
Paul's Ctlifdral, but tt w nt dirM-d',
'h-n. The i,jp Tbrni.ton from Liverpool !
.-..m-.un win ue publicly Luri.-d Ht.
luw, witu iib it h , for V.. i,u...
was tu! wrecL,.,i ,.., -,, , ', "'
!n-ar WrtU ...i e... , ' ".' i
m -"uino uirtoiK arowneu.
with coalition 8ta"S "l""1
ii rr rmr.rina. irtiin nnva a. : . .
- . .s.
illlwg luf ,,
j Kon. was lo-t on the Ch:na cot. Crew
! saved.
' Ausvalla newn lo July lit are favorabl?.
.The Atlantic bring 120 pnnsenger. i)n
i:ie 22-j, oil J.verpool bar, l.e paHe.l tlm
ship Klu-nauduah. liuoineas in tlio mmiu-
liclurin districts continue favorable. -
(;ood wheat bring full rat-s. Favorite
Henry's Circular quotes bacon, Lecf and
pork extremely dull.
T!io Jndun Times of t'ic 22d hj ano'li
cr letter on American aliaira, eptci illy
regard Cuha. The Mini.tera of France,
the Netlierlaiidi and Turkey returned a fa
vorahle aiicr to un niuriaia of the C'h.-up
I'lwtaijR Aoc!,iti )ii.
Lwl Dcrhy hat returned to Ix)ndon to
make arrange in enta fur the funeral of Wei
lington. Dtrty will prohably be elected
L'hniiccllor of (Oxford University in Ihe room
ff WcllinpUii. Cunard" letter to tbe
Times say the Aduiirality don't interfere in
the construction of bis ateamers and denies
tbexliared racing across the Atlantic.
from I.imiUvIIW-.
Louisville, Oct. S3. General Sett viait
ed JtiTerfonville and New Abany, Indiana,
to-day, where he received a most eiHhusiau
tic reception, timers! Wool left to-day for
Cincinnati, whero he awaits the arrival of
General Hcotu
from Vaiiiii;toti.
WashihgTok, Oot. 3. The Republic an-
nouncc that James II. John Hon. a nromin-
ent Democrat of Georgia, has declared him-
sell for Scott and Graham.
JIEIV BOOKS.
Y ESTORATION of Monarchy In France,
, . . hy LamarlinsS vt-l
I- rend, flcvoluii.m of IftW, d do
QufM-chy. Iy author of VVi.t j Wid World, 2 vol
A at -f from llio New W orld to the Oil U.TappiiiIr
Nile N(rte ota llowa!ji,b Gorga W Cufii
T!io Hnwadji in Xyria cl-j d.
Lotua Katini; ' dn dl
1 tin l)jy ol linice, by f, Aeuilur.S vota
i.
U,
arc,ov
hri-ali favea frojn Wete.n Viodx,by Wiaa Tnllnr
nen anj emen ot t',e IHih century, by Hoima
(Jreenwood I hv Orare Creenwiit
l-'rcal. l.lenin):, Ilereii'-a of liiclx-lur, and ether
wiiilii of Ike Mai id, lomher wit'i nuiny Cher new
an I va'ualle booka, and lar-. variety of N'ni e'a for
l" v JOHN I.. TLTIIIM,,
Oct. 4. Tule;rai.li r,uil,!in. oppoiilo court-honw.
VTKVV YORK KKI'OKTS, by C'omstorfc. for sa!o
' h7 JOHN U TUTKIIX
Wjt'OLKSALK and H(uilf at reduced prUes-em'
bracing all kiada u"Mi in our arhonl, at tha
tKHjk atore M
JO UN I. TVTHPA.
South Hide of main-stre:t, opposite court-housei
November 4
ra in tly lii !..
A
T..VHGK Aasnriincnt ot erprv vari.tv or at vie, f
from p'ain tr mont beautiful Turley binding.
and exirenu-lv low rrices. at the bonk atori of
PWmbnr6 JOII.V L. Tt'TIIILl.
i:i:inU Rcolis.
AMVAV-' en hand, a anpply of Ledgers, Recoid,
IHy U.io:s, etc., to(!-tlier with ail Linda of .'-
tl .nary.bx v:.lo at uuf .'eccdented low prices, at the
jook ature H .IN U TUI'IHLI.,
Nov 4 Telngi-aph Iuildin, oppopitu courtdiouo
1. immsm:ii to coixmii;us.
fJTIIK I'ACKKT l.AXCASTKR.
f 1 l ine I'cKot Iincastur will continue to mako
JL reiibr tripn Uit .veeu l,ncasti'r and Colunibua,
.s folio..: la.u," jncitcr on Tueava, Thura-
Javi. an ! Sundiys at 4 o' lo k, P. M., anivin:; in C'o-
uinbu i in tinti' fur tho innrnintf trains of Car, either
loCletvUiid or Cincinnati: Innvinr Columbua on Mon-!
.lav. rYeilnwilay ami KrUaya after tliearrivalof ibe
t'ini'ii.na:i train "ef Car, at half past eight o'clock, P.
M , aad arri ing at Ijiucait-.-jr at half jiast eight tho
noM inpraMt
1- tat ...ii ruin :on in rogarj to paaaae or ireini, ap .
a y on bomd I jmcatiT, or to 11. I'elton, prnpriotor
at Cohiinhu". (Jnmibufctsaarein -cdineasat t'oiu.nbua
to carrv passcn 'ra between the packet and the caia
lll.uv. . . II II. jn'tcits fl,t,i,v
. ' ' " .. .--i-
Bi-pti'liibrr Ir'i.
:
" AVE been filling up their itoclt again, and will j
m. a. kevp constantly on hand all kinua of
FORKKiN AND Ail Kill CAN CHEMICALS.
Darns, paints, oils .t dye stuffs.
which are warranted pure.
NOTION'S COROAOE. GROC'KUICS. S.C..
to wliuh we Invito the attention orthe trado.
Quinine, Opium, Morphine, Calomel,
Tannin. Soda, Chloroform, Ulne Mass,
Ma;naaia, Fink Root (Saraaprilla, Senna.
Can be 'had bv Ihe quantity or amall parcels at
N .t. I lB..i. KAUKFMAN it CO.
. u. Ktrr.iiA, v t:o..
KV.V.1' constantly on hand, Wliilo Lead, pure, in
Kegs and dry," Venetian Lead, Yellow Ochre,
Prussian ll'ue, lied Led, Litharge, Linseed Oil.Spo.rra
Oil, Corn Oi', copai Varnish, coach do., chrome Yel
low, do. Oreen, Knee I'iok, Vermillion, Lamp U ack.
Tuipciuiue, 1-.. J Oi ,Fish Oi'.A'toho Japan Varaisli,
SNOW WHITE ZINC TAINT,
Ihat will nr,t tuni ye'low.
low fur CBitl
All of which will he so d
sept. J
riif I'rix.r I'iiiiH.
ClliOiOL.VTC COLOR, a cheap and durable Paint
J for out side work, just received at
September 7. KI'KK.1S it CO.
CO.
tvi:i!
YOU can got Ixg Wood. Ext. Log Wood, Fustic,
ram Wood, Mine Vitriol. Madder, coimcras. A-
im, Indigo, of the best quality at
,. 1; tf . iti'I.... 1 v r.
oo;i linini ... h,ltjr.HA.. iv I u
firtisfx's! ISrnslK'M.
1JAINT Bniihes, a'.l sizes; shoe Brushes,
JL llair do; Du.ting do; Whito Wah do
cloth do; Fleidi do; Scrubbing do; Feather Duster.
Sopt 7 Juat received at KAUKFMAN k CO.
BHANDIF.S, oftliehest Vintage; Wine Port, Ma
tlcria, Ij.lioti, .Malaga, etc; Old Kye Whiakeyi
London l'orlor, Schotch Ail,cpreslv hir the sick at
. .Seiitemlici- 7. , . KAl'FK.M A.N Si C.U.
l.nw JSi hool or Cincinnati College. .
rilllK Nineteenth course of lectures will commeneo
A on Wednesday, October 20, IKSJ. (ieiillemen
who matriculate forthi couriie nuiattend any su!
sequ.utcourso free ot chaitje. Applvto
t HARLI.S V JAMES.
M. II. TILDF.N
M E. CUKWKN. . I
, .Cincinnati, Sept. 2, Id.VJ. . l.nw faculty.
t"'tassm:nbks NOTICE. !
iiin.londoi iMxivri. i.kwis i.o's enecrs, will;
XA-bemado on or soniii 1110 "tn oi ucmwr next
Su hof the creditors as hive not presented their
ciaimsare reenesled to do ao. , .
WILSON & ML'MAUGH, Assignees.
Uncaster, Jn'y 20, 1H52 d!67 1
--. caLi. ANi st-rri.i:.
rnilF, subscriber lieinennderoblizations Inclose the
JL. buaiuoaa of tha late firm uf UcBKlOK. & AUL4
LKR.respectrully invhe all persons knowing them
selves indebted ftinaidlirrti, to call and paytheir notes
and accounts previoustothe 16th of December next, if
delayed alter Ihat time, all claims will bo put into the
hands of proper otticer for collection -r
Millersport, sept. 23, lrSi-am O. C. MILLER.
Keal Il;it; lit Private Stile.
THE subscriber olTera at private sale an excellent
farm of 312 acres of land, aituated oh Clearcreek,
in Madison tnwnahip, about four mile southeast ofi
Amanda, and eight miles south of the eity of Ian-1
caster, joining ou the south the land of Lew is Young's j
mill tract, on tlie weal the lands of Isaac Wolf andO-
rca Abbott, on the north the landof Robert Fowler.
On said (arm there is about 100 crc of cleared land j
nnJnrn.llimllAn ..J Ik. Ul.... Cl r.1.
On it are two dwiuus hodiss, and 2 Orchard of,
choice Fruit, ia well watered with "good spriiuraand
tlXVES rAILlXO ITRXAM BUNHIXO THHOVOM IT.
including the wter privilege for a Gaiar or other
(dn.L with from 20 to 26 feet fall near the road.
For further information apply to the subscriber in
Lancaster, Ohio. GKOUGK WKISZ.
.July 171852 . ...... .... Jm'U ..
I5TZUJGESC2.
Cuttle .Unrltrts
nu.avr.
rmr-APHtrniA, Ort6. 1,500 beeves at
7J08.5W per cwt. of J)00 at 1 J3rtl
a .,t r-.'. . ' '"
I, . ----- D.icrp ana
OcL 5. J.fiOO brCvs of-
r bu'in."M ,oinJT l" for
IS"""'"
lo"i
and clvr.
B.000 !
KUernand Ian, I.. ...1,1 n ... ...j . ... !
(for ulieep.aud 10 i.i 20 for Iambi.
r . -....-. ,.,.i,u1i
J''r' U t
- -" - ir.-m i,i ir- ,
im.r.rt.n ofr. f.i.i ,.-.v, livvM.w. li.
tvt, chiilun mor1,.:.. I ivprri.fi.pl, inr', n I many otVr
Hn..n.tu,l in I),- ,ity ,np. t,T ,
Tivi", Vf;'n.r''j '.'i' "f U.,U " """'
...
i .ne i,,.,y , ,.jyj I . lU.fl a- n..a Mil-
y'-pmr i.v It C. .1 Jir-.stta. wl.i. h. .i .1
t Ti-'d,
r I d. in-'. c.i r. i. .irw-
u. It: i... ...ii.. .u.. '.. ..
- t.-. ii.M r.M ,h . . ..... TV
j PMa r.j iVZ" " '' -i'W.
, - .-
l.c tub roiu,.,,, Ti:i,ia....- n.
H,r K. Mouu.,... a a, n;t fn,a orj
w Vaos C'itv :bn,A.n
ayTlwi7KMlertWual m ieow. . i-l ,u.
toa.aM nrvof th. ,,wli. . that prA h
ifr.(;rgB.Or.ivil.j,or,vBri,M,u.,KLZABET1 GOSS, of Pleasant town-
. tha O.yj-rat. d Itinera. ahip.
I would Pu',li.h the Beipef preparing Ihi.ral- n the 23 Inst., by the same, Mr. JAMES
aahl vl'.,,:Jf knew arl.. it , . hof aa I diiwi ,! W. McBRIDK, to Mlas BELINDA B.
I raaoal, reroTin n I K u. It .na ro ma to U URGE, ol Amanda township,
impropwly called 'Unlera." at leaar In (be poj.aUr 30lh September, by the Re. J
puii"rf Uniterm. It .ia. no Alcohol or ! fir,,I,,!,"'r. Mr. FREDERICK ICOURT
o-h.r spirit. .mi..hr f., bitter. Ti!!,,!! t Misa Pll EBY GUNDER, all of Balti'-r
h w,br Of tray. ranaot lop earifrtly rautwa the j more '0-
ly:it:iiirerer.i.n,.ntltlMi,n ; - - . ' - - - J ..' i
owrjf fi tne." an I ,,the a,v.rtiH -Bitlm."
'the
bach of rt,irh la Alcohol, or other Ardent Spirit.
rhey no more impart real enerrv to tHeatomaeh.than
wl.ipgire.arivth to hor.-. 1, itimulation
whi. h tdey evir U only len.perarT. ant rurn to he
ffiMAVrfl kr a. rut.u. ut !.L. I 1 ... . . I
my wear out Ih. attach. The m.-ik-in of which 1 1 of Ii y Oorda. Groceries QaoMuwm, Ula
I am tpeaWrg, obviate tiiew ot,ictiooa. It haa wro. Boot and 8hea. rottoa Yarn. Bali in. Wall a.
. . ii,n-.,r.e i oy ttut dlatmuuhej rhemiat. Prof.
t. , . . - .
' "r n 8tal Anvjtr of Matnthwetlt, who
I Hw "V medicinal article uJ arethoa
jpTibeJ by tho moid eminent phyalclana, for the
roli.'f from, an) cure of, the derar for which theae
B'.tteri have ben o eminently rcorul." But
ny ep-riince with hi medicine, hat aali fil m
that the art'uh-a n he combined in very diaT rent
proportiornfroin 'hr,aiully cm;,loyed,or thai thay
ate hrought together In mrh a n,anivr, that aoma
new prm'.urt ronlta from t'n-ir rniuLiaation.' Vor in
no r way cao i account tor Ih- aonutima elfic-
cy which lam certain thev pojfciaj. 1 have emr.lov-
ed them in a multitude of h... ...,;c.... l.
''mint ihi ,rl,n., r .. .1 j-
o..nJ, Ihat ,rtn aied accor.t,,.; to II d recfiont.
, ,hey gradually, but inrely. r.oi-i, one l.y one, th
vaxii.ua Ul.TrfVilP? vn.:,omi whuh clutter arouiMl
tllecJ1,r.mdIv4ftf, rnrctoth, .romvh
Imf iwrziw, n J ttni ! td i h p il'vmt hrk to lh eo-
joyroont of r.narteDt th ami irtgiti.
Jq suMition ta my o cxiri nee with tUis nxxlt-
j ria whichlttslcdmetoihuiU of itsohighly,! would
j tite, that it haa aWob- en used by the following per-
i sons, and received rlieir ua-piilmcj approbattoa:
j Prof. EnwAxn K. PHri.ra, T). Dartmontli C11p,
non..iiiui bAwHCK, r x rrutwoi aiaea(A-
- Samukl 1'hki.pi, IT. S iMtur from Vermoor.
M William Vmkx. TT. 8 Ssmator from Vfirmont
J. i.MMOii. V. S. Senator from Rimde Inland-
' J. T- M'iKKiiKAii, formerly Governor of Kcn
tuckv. now United Sfatea Snarnr.
linn Wat. loroHinjr rrmerly Govemef of Mkh-
isn, now tnii.n srarea ."ena,.T.
I U"n- l H. Aaaotn, .fcrmcrly Gorernorof Rhoda la
, .itu, fiunr .lii.iuur in t onjre.a.
! Hon. H. U l oa rtn, Member of Cnnenvtcfrnm Penn.
" SutnjiM Kootk, Member of C'onjrpa from Vt.
Gko. VV. Jokk, Kaq , Surveyor General. Iowa.
, " M. L. Maanx, ltl. ijite in Congrea. from Sia
coxiKin Territory
Con. A. C. DoDOK.'UelegateMn Congrem from low
nEED.AUSTIN". &Co., Wholenis nrnj;!, No.
'20, Merchants' Ilow, General Agent.
I'rice, f I per bo.tlo; kix bottloi for S3.
S..U by G. KAWKMAN St Co., Uncaster.
JT ANOTHER SClKXTinC WONDEU r.w.
row a xt to Drartmca. Llr. J. R. HOUGHTON'S
PKHSIN, TAc True OUrextiee Fluil.m Gattrir Juice.
prepaml from litSNtT. or Ilia rouaTii arouaen
ofTiir Ox. after uirectinna ol Ilaron LIKBIH. ihe
treat Hiyiiolnical chemist, bv J. S. MmrouTow. M
U.,i'liila4elphia. Thia iairulva wonderiul remMy for
, hidigeatinn, Dyspepsia, JaiinJice, lirer complaint,
icon.tiptioo ami debility, curie; tflrr Natnrc't own
inethoil, by Nature' own ant, ihe (luttrie Juirt
i rampiueta. containing ."vleutilie evidence ol ita valuo.
inrn.nea uy acnta gratia,
nuilica. adveiticiueiila.
ee notice i.Kig the
47
I - .- . . : - ----- rvurr.-.-
; It -ceiufi for" the C izi tte
i.. .
w Vnna COnn Tc. T).. -.1. ' a K
Fojrle G2.00 Jesso Crantlt
.... - w.w v-,w .tMv uiqik.. a,.
J. II. Suii(Iermaii2,00 Michael Slyers 1,75
Uriah Kcid 1,75 David Culler 10
Jesse Leist
Jj0 D. J. Williams 1,75.
New Subscribers.
D. A. Poonnan.
- 01 the day. I heae bitters nave Been used ey trioa-
VOCAt 3JCS1C. ianJ, and a friend at our elbow aaya he haa himself
HAVING succood-xl innbtiining a c!si of Adult recc"'i effectual and permanent cure of lrrer
theau!.scribernow duairc to ol.tauj a Juvenile "mplaint from the use of this remedy. M a are con
c ass. Knrthi purp.me. ho invite iLnse who wi.h ' "':d tht. io the ne of these bitten, the patient
their children to o1 tain a knowledza of Vocal Music. constantly gains ttrength and vigor- fact worthy of
to attend t the Lutheran 1'htrch.m Columbus street, I K' consideration, 'fhey re pleasant in teste and
on Heart Tundny nftcmnon,aH a clock, J. M. The "me"- nd can be used by person with the tno deii-
rlaas will nio-t at tl,a hour ua Tuesdays and Thurs-
diys. Terms. 611 cehf p-.-r scholar (ot 5"J leasnna
Septemlr 24, IH5J 1. WELD.
FOR I J ENT.
a a .1 II : 1 . .. t.l c t
4 i,,KC "r room- Ap
tlpyitthuOto.
At Inch men t Notice
AT mv instance, an a'tachment was thia day irsnod. j el ve roueh aicknesa. Peraoua of debili ated ccnati
by Samuel K.,gle.aJuliceofthe Peaceot Aman I tutions will find theae bitter advantageou to their
da township, Fairfield muMy, Ohio, against the pro- , health, as we know from experience the aalutarr ef
perty and etrect nf Juhmuiti and H'iach, abscomlim; i feet they have upon weak systems."
debtor. Dated this 13th d.jr f ,1X7'' WORE EVIDENCE.
Ifcoa. 4w;N JOll.N DAVlb, Sen. ,.. ,
STEAM SAW .MII.I.,
IrpifF. nnder-lcned has just put into r-pertiiu a
v u ? ' J .V.V lananiV 6
North of Lancaster, on tho Mil: cm port road, where
ho is now prcparod to fill all orders for Lumber ofi persuaded to use if, and must say we found H speci
evory discretion, at tho ahoi teat notice. j f,c in ita'actkm upon diaease of t lie liver and dureativa
bept. I, K Jmlu- UAIU IU7
FRESH ARRIVAL OF OROCERIES
At the Old Stand of Ceorge J. Wyfmm.
rrilJANKFUL for past favors, th. subscriber re-
I aiiertrullv i.,f,,m..l.;.l.l,...m. j.i..
11c generally, inal no nas now
DIOCIe OJ FAMILY UH'JVt
.,..! Ihit C.ll.... In-
Uf 1 url- .r.
Kio anil Java, of the best qualitv:
... ir . . 1- . 1 '
.'S.TKA Ynonir llrson and Imporla f
niii ana tinpona
'erued. cruibetL Loaf. Cuba
PH1B5 IUII
and iew tirlean;
MOLASSES Best Co'den Syrup, Sugar ITouse
aad New Orleans:
sjsgraKISII White Fish. Mackerel and Cod,
tftlS .v?l Ire&h; also, Herring;
TOH A CCDS A prime article of Ktissell and Ro
bin son's CavendUh, and Allen's best poun.1 lump; also,
a good article of spun, Nai Knl and six T iU Also,
Anderson's lino cut chewing and siuokiug Tobacco;
Sl'ICES Pepper, Alspicc. Giugor, Cloves, Cinna
mon and Pepper Sauce;
in r.-b rur t .s-iruiigo. wsnoer. logwood Altum
uuuuib-i nn, v axe., .uuarai anu iiiaiaeaninca:
i.'xit.x.,., n . n . i ....'I ..... .. .L
CT "k y" U - le" V"at"y
Uiana quart. -
lies loess a great variety ol artir usually kept at
simi'ar estab iabmenta. all of which will I
i tw odtj
a low prices as at anvother house in the ritv.
A Continuance of the ptronace of the pub ic is re
spectfully solicited.-! m 'fikiollOEJ. WYt.llM.
I.ncaUu:, AagUM4, 185J ,', . ,
Spring with in Sun-Shine is II re.
A ND those Indies wishing n article protecting
iTk. them from ita rays, will find clioicesHles ef Pr
aaols at HJiHhKTS.
Stern Old Winter lui Departed.., -n
"VTOYarorespeClfulIy solicited to call and examine.
JL the biiautlliil and vrin,l asortment or good
I 6 . . - .
Willinm Marsh's Estnt; .
NOTICE is hereby given that the siihscrib hat
been aneointed and nilalitled as fixeedtor oh tho
"" V. iujam Maksh, late of Fairfield county,
deceased. v, ,
Dj,oJ at Lancaster thu 17th day ol August. 1852.
';- nthakiki. Sroitit,
r-xecviot 0 H tUiaoi Marsh, ;.
r-
' I'SC IIO WC' C OHlh CnnCl V.
CJOLD Wholesale and retail by E. L. SLOC1TM, '
- ., ' . JJruggist, Lancaster, Ohio
November 90, 1851
TAOOR Mats, Brooms, Sugar Bucket
covered
XV Boxes, etc, at
H.B. HUNTICRJtCO. .,
Ortohcr rirrtton..
Ma. Editor: Yoa r iuihoriJ lo an
Bounce tlit aims of JU1IM Sll J:'FKa
a csndiJau for County Auditor at the iw.
I (o Orlol. .1.,,!..-
-
j Sl R. f.niTo: -Yau are authortrd to an
I nounr tks naiua Jill M lu iittiv.. .
i SIR
i candidate for Coroner at the ensuing Octo
her eleiion. .. ..
Ma. ricase annmitir JOMM
D. MARTIN, K-j., as a candidal, for pros-
Mast VoTiaa
t FiUfT?' ..h
oi. jut.yo.mi ciuoiuai ior oiirnn 01 mis
ounty, sf the ensuing election, you will
comers uvoroti his nsny friend, ire-
cierrt officer. . . Nortberr FaiRmtD.
Sla. Weave.: Pleas announea Mr.
ISAAC COMER as a suitable person fora
candidate f.ir the office of AssEasoa of Ifook-
,nlf nn uei tie townalups. Hut Yontt, '
t a. ... . . .
1 "TTr risase annonnca thi
; ntlat of rj,, B, of Richland town-
''ip, as a suitable person for Land Assessor
! of the 2,1 Hiatru-t .n l.li
S :pt. 30. 1852. RicHLaioTowBsftir. .
I M A RRlRn ni. 10.K l..k.i.
! J. Wa-renhaU Mr. JOH M O A STPP i.MU.
- - T IUO itCTi
rili; TELCNIt.lIMI i.i.e. -
LITTLE &. OKF.SP AC'IIS,
Main ffrcrc, LaMvlir, Ohio, tartwtaaa J
lr' Oraciry said P. Rep'
llardwarl Stare,
i ii.-A i. -I..- . '. T .
care aa regard quality, at j lea and price and will bo
lold at Ihe own martiet price. We in, its oar old
W ii
frMtela nd Ihe community in general to com and
nuntin nur atocll belurs bavin alaawhere. mm bo
pain, will be apared to pre antir aaiiafacUMi I01
w!k will favor with their caatom.
OKOItOK Ii. I.lTTtK
( HARI.KS DRKSBACfi, .
8AMi;KI. D. DKKSBACH.
I.iitM-naler, September 24. IH5i. ?ll .
LADIES!
g oME tni examine ear atock of eaahmere Da
La. Werinoe. Alpacai. Lnatre. Wain Black.
! KiFurlacd'Kanrv Si la.liiiufhamaealicoea.ehintze.
i,in. V'otnd trw fionneU; aillr, Cahmetw.
, Woo.and Ulanket ahawU: a rich lot of Bonnet nl
j Neck Kibbona, Drea Trimmin, Worked collar and
i ""- juai rw.ivea man ior mo cneap
LITT1X fc DRKSBACHS
Winter Is Coming
NO every lxxly ihon'd aupply thaimelrea with
wnrm rtotiiing. Come tul look at oirr ftock of
Ckajia, Over-coatiaaa, raaaimere, Satinet. Jean,
Vlaanela, I jnae, Vnd'-r-ahirt, and Dtawera, jmt re
ceived ml for Bale cheap by
aept27 . LITTLE k URKSBACHS
Jti.t ICvrrlvrd
ASOfnr le cheap, a large lot ot CarpeUt Mart.
keUW all paper. BorJi-rine and Wmdow blind,
at . UlTLtkDRKSBACIU
LIVED COMPLAINT,
Jtnmdlcr, Vytprpilt, Ol rente mr Karreaa
nrbliliw. licaMr Ik Kldaejr.
AND all diaeaae ariing from a diaordered Livef
and Stomach, such aa conatioation. fullnc. oa
blood to the bead, acidity oflheatomachauaeajiear"
burnjliagust for foodullneat or weight in the atomacb.
tour eructation, ainkinz or fluttering at the pit of the
atomach, awimming of Um head, harried ana dittienlt
breathina. fintteTina at the heart. cboakimor aufl'ora-
ring senaations when in a lying povrureJinineaa of via
, dot or web before thaaight, fever, dull pain in
the head, deficiency of perpiratkn,yellowneol tha.
ikin and eye, pain in the aide, back, cheat, limb, he. ,
auddon Uuahna of beat, burning ia tha Beah, eowtant
maginingi of evil, and great depreasion of spirit,
CAN BK K.FFECTl'AI.LY CURED BY
dr. iroori AND s
r,n,l BRATI K GEItMAN IMTTERH,
Frrnarcd by Dr. C. M. Jaeltsosi,
VT TH K (J Kit MAN M KDICINR STORE
STo. 10 Arrh Slrrcf. Philadelphia.
Their power overthe aborediaeaaea is not excelled
j 11 oquaiieu, oy any oiner preparation in tne Laura
f0lphy,icbns had failed.
I The Bitters axe worthy the attention of invalid.
Possossing great virtue in the rectification of
diaeaae of the liver and leaser gland, exerciain; tha
most searching powers Inweaknea k affection of the
digestive orgn,they are withauafe,eertain&pleaaaiit.
READ AND BE CONVINCED.
From the "Beton Bee."J
The editor said, December 3-id MM ttooJUvttt
Celebrated Herman Bitten (at the care of liver com
plaint, bundice.dvanemia. Chronic or nervous debili-
j ty, ia deservedly one ol the moat popular medicine
I cmlB omacns wnn aaieiy, iukhsi .iiii.Tiaa.iaw.
We are apeaking from experience and to the afflicted
e anvie thetr use.
ScoTT'Wra:aLv,''oneol the best Literary pa per
Soblished, said, Aug. 25: "Dr. HooOand' German
itter. manufacture.! by Dr. Jackson, are so reeoan-
aiHen,nuauiiiin!uiiYur..i.w,eauwmiH.
men, led bv some of the most prominent member of
the facilltV. as anarticleof much efficacy in caeaol
lemalo weakness. Aa snch is the esse, we would ad
vise ail mother to obtain a bottle.and thus aave them-
ma urn. 1 . u. nmeuxr, mayor of the city of
Camden, New Jersey, y:
I 4 lionn in'i GrniiAi BrrrzRi. We have een
: many Battering notices of tfai
i medicine, and . tha
source from which they came induced us to make in
' onh-v nvtoectin-, it merita. iTmn. inn,,i
oi-gna. and the powerful influence it exert upon
organ, and the powerlul influence it exert
upon
nervous pmstrat'on ia really surprising. It
andatrenethen the nerves, brintinttbem into a ata
of repose, making sleep refreshing.
? Mfld- w
, 1 . .. , i re aatnlled mere would be le-4 sickneaa, aa from
now cZ and cZl t ,he ,,om,c1'' Uv-r- nd ner""' y"n the great ma
WRlV I. rf r-' mnd "gi'ry diaeaae. emanste. Have
L. 1 V ' 'mb"clnS' w ! them in a healthy conditiorf, and you can bid defiance
irticie. 1 .n;.i.;. ' u- tv.;. i.. . .j:
.re a.u... ...ere mj aicaneaa, aa trom
to eoidemics eeneraUv. Thia extraordinarv te.;.
cine we would advise our friends who are at all in
disposed, to givs a trial it will recommend itself.
It aliould, In fact, be in every family. No other me
dicine can prod ace sch evidence of merit."
Krilence upon evidence ha been received (like
the foregoing trom all sections ot the Union, the last
three year, and the strongest testimony in it favor,
Is, that there is more nf it used in Ihe practice ot the
regular Physicians nf Philadelphia, than all ether no
tru.ua combined, a tact that can easily be etablihed,
and fully proving that scientific preparation will
meet with their u,uiet approval when presented even
ia thia form.
That thia medicine will cure Liver eomnlaint and
i Dyspepsia, no ono can doubt after using it a direct.
; J- .,-.: :.;..i .u. .. w j
' effect i. immediate. They can be administered
I m female or Infant with aaCetv and rali.ht.
I . :m. . . "
'-; : -.
j-vvk ireu in ine manaqr lie genuine. , ., r
They hive the written signature ot C. M. JAC'Ka
SON upon the wrapper, and hi name blown in the
bot tie. Without which thru art lsunu.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at the '- '
GERMAN M EI1CINE STORE. .
Ko. .2X1 ATICl!atifle(,o6edoot below sixth, Phlla
delphia, and by respectable dealers generally through
oui the country. . ,. 0 -
rryrt neaucea i e, enable U c larae ol inral id
10 ni"1 " advantage of tlwir great retorativ
rnw- rmrfj'f ttmne 10 mum. Alaotoraalebr
l VKlf-.l I C... I till V 1 m. 1 1 ... a . ..'r.
Woo.ter.Ohio, ijptember 16, 1853 18
Willow and Woodea M'are. - ,
4D0Z. Willow Wagons and cradles) 8 do clothe and
market basket. A Urge ha) of cedar ehnrna, tubs,1
bucket and half bushels, waah-board, butter print,
etc., Koraalect.ap, by , .
K.FFlNOI'.tt. AVHITF. Sc I.ATTA. 1
Ijncaster. Junell, 18fi2.
TLASTEB OF PAB1S. &C - ' "
5 Barrels Calcined Plaster, DO Jo Wafer lime. Ml V
ground Ptaater, for sle by K. D. BLOCUM.
Lancaatat.Juneaa, ,!.
I HrrTT. 400 ponnda machine made Vn.yin
giiwwi , .... . ir 11 j .
Uacususr, May 9, 1861; ,
U "ir 11 T KIllKI t. . k IVJCA.I. ... I . .

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