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Hl)t VeclU Gazette,
MA J. OE!V. WINFIEU SCOTT
FOR VICE PRESIDENT, '
WILLIAM A. OUAIlAltf
Of NORTH CASOURA.
EDWARD D. MANSFIELD,
-WILL LI AH DENNISON.Jr.
1st. Dist. CHARLES ANDERSON,
THOMAS J. LARSII,
JOHN W. DEFREES,
HANSON L. PENN,
JOHN MILTON WILLIAMS
JOHN I. VANMETER,
WILLIAM E. FINCK,
JAMES R. STANBERY,
A. BANNING NORTON,
ROBERT B. MOORE,
VAN R. HUMPHREY,
WILLIAM L. PERKINS,
SILAS C. CLARK,
JOHN A. BINGHAM.
CITY Of LANCASTER:
Wednesday Evening, Oct 13, 133
Th Election. The rots of yesterdijr.with
th exception of two or three townships, wss
light, and the excitement was not Terr in
tense, but the majority in thia county will
resch about 1175, which ia a gain for the
Whigs ofabout 130 since last fall's election.
Some of the town shi pa bare done nobly;
others have not come up to our expectations.
We shall defer the publication of majorities
until next week. We shall probably gain
on the abore enough to reduce the Loeofoco
majority to 1000 at the Presidential election.
Ohl EleriUn? " " ",
Columbus, Oct. 13 We compile such re.
turns we nare received.
Thbrsdat. Oct. 14. The bu for.;
I nnuersignes bss fa Mt lata oceratifle
MAVK lost IMeivaJa Inl ml rnrsn
OVSTElttaed will keep conataarilv ap
mtjority. German wards a-ive WLI.m..
joritias. The Whiffs carry the eitrofCin-
cinnati. In the Butler district, fTamnh.il
liucKmg i uvnMi " i cu.tu inc. pi vuauijr ciccieu
irn d . : . . . ' rj. w rira , ,
I n NnrimfHaM n I L.J r . . wfw Drmnal In fill .11 I . . - - KV- wfis ntjvvr inev MB miusiam mn..i.l I I
the Whig majority is 431. Zaneirille 203 1 the -.. ,VZa .. V .po i I VV''.'0"' " ,h" ,hurt" "' i "l- tt w. KaUCwKR. Jer i. eW .Ki. rZi ,r ..7'.; . 7
;V,M h,m . an Pickaway purtbaser. bold off; Red and mixed may bl ' rr f C'"'- " A Krtl-4rf D... a cv. effects, .ui eHerwdS., .hi eS.?.'
ISO. Madison, two. townships In, good for quoted at fifitfrSS In otherar irl... th-r! I 1 "'2'T"The7,r"rf,,"r" " V""- wt .h. t rf OeWr nixt- W-h.r.,U of -hi,, i. JylirllI'
700 for Scott. Harrisoo U elected in tho i.iioch.n.?. fw !.?. ? , n ' wTL, " -jrm.. creditor, .. h.,. ti.i, i'.JJ
(ir,l I)i,lrlH nf U.. :l, " ' ' , , l" lo change. Our quotations Will be more "'ilsi.f.jrt!ii. cwir.,, mav".Ur,d ,.. .ttb- e'thwsare requested lo do an. ighiuere,e-,.e Wneditamt rtJrTVllT
wuSfJ1' rlfi"-irlr.oon.. the election excitement ! -V""'" i h.rg-. Ap'ir . " " 7 , . W-jon i LMAucif. -SaisJL- . rtr
, s'lauti v-viriiicu uv at rM.iirn shubB I 1 1 4 i: i f I i u L' d I miks at arr . ju ju. ivri j i k. i anuLi avciia s a. -
i nr. i :i.K.it trit
. Famll't 5akWata4 Arabian UalMaat.
!?..!I?T u " t.rJ
majority In thia township to SO. . One more
Clevelasd, Oct. II. The Steamer's
news hss had a tendency to mk nrlroa
We have not bocn able to obtain Inter in- i ,ower ,nd n,"rle dull. Wheat ha decided-
iy a nownwsra tendency. Uerciiita tliin
inil.Mt anil Jjnarratlc enbrt UDAn thft fl.irt , tellfiTpnrA than tliA Kltn.fA - Tk. T c.
th Whiirs. andthe townshio will beredeem- have news of an inrr.. .,r onn ! ' ?y, bpa.dea a lariro amount
' i w" n. , up moru. and uir iinurki..n ,i.n,
i , r u
ed. Let that be the rallying cry fur the next
trial. "SCOTT LEADS THE COLUMN."
Comparative value ot Foreign
and Domestic Markets.
The chief arguments used, says the Zanes-
ville Courier, against the Whig party and the
doctrine of a Protective Tariff, are that the
farmers have to look to a foreign market to
dispose of their products,and in consequence,
if they admit our products free or nt a low
rate of duty into their ports, we should ad
mit foreign manufacture at the same rates.
To show the shallowness and fallacy of this
kind of argument, let figures answer. Ac
cording to the official copy of tho census of
the United States for J 850, the value and
number of several agricultural products were
as follows, viz:
Value of live stock,
Bushels of wheat,
Bushels of corn,
Pounds of tobacco,
Bales of cotton,
Wool, pounds of,
Products of Agriculture cxjmrkd same year.
Of animals beef, tallow, hides
and horned cattle, $1,605,608
Butter and Cheese, 1,216,463
Pork (pickled,) bacon, and live
hogs, - 7,550,287
Horses and mules, 139,494
Wool, ' . 22,728
Vegetnlih food exported.
Indian corn, 3,892,193
Indian meal, 770,61
Rye meal, 216,976
Rye, oats and other small grain
and pulse, 121,191
Biscuit or ship broad, 334,123
(rSpeaking of the Gardiner Investiga
tion, the political correspondent of the Bal
timore Sun makes tho following judicious
"The investigation was ordered as a polit
cal movement, and was proceeded by polit
ical attacks on Mr. Corwin, by Mr. Olds, of
Ohio. The committee, finding no proof that
Mr. Corwin was cognizant of any fraud in
connection with the claim, then proceeded,
though not under any instructions of the
House to take evidenco showing that the
claim was fraudulent; and, thereupon, report
that, in their opinion, it was fraudulent.
"It is confidently rumored that Mr. Corwin
has already made arrangement to refund to
the Treasury whatever sum he may have
received from the Guardiner award, in case
it Bhould, upon judicial not political and
exparte investigation, be proved to have been
a fraud. The opinion of the committee of
the House will give rise to much further
speculation and inquiry on the subject.
"It is quite certain that, so far, Gardiner
is made to bear the brunt of the five-fold as
saults on his claim; and yet, no one believes
that he. alone, could have conceived and exe
cuted such a scheme as is alleged, or have
carried it through the sagacious board of
commissioners, after defying two rears, scru
tiny." Liberia. The New York Colonization
Society held a meeting on Friday evening,
whichVas addressed by Rev. J. W. Rob
erts a brother of President Roberts, who has
resided in Libera for twenty-two years.
He gave an interesting account of the coun
try, and said:
Many of the colonists have become rich.
Mr. Murray, for instance, is worth $5000,
Air. McGill, 80,000; Mr. Bluckledge 8000,
and Simon Hurris 6000. Rice is worth a
bout a dollar a bushel. Oranges arc to be
had 'for nothing. There is abundance of
timber of various kinds, all valuable wood,
and used for different useful purposes. The
produce of pulmoil is increasing 25 per cent.,
and the exports of it amount to 10,000 gal
lons. It is shipped principally to England
and the United States. There are schooU
in every settlement; a high school in Mon
rovia, presided over by the Rev. Mr. Wil
son. The average health is about the same
in Libera as it is in Virginiu; his own health
was improved. The people are happy and
contented, and there are none who would
return to America, exceptor the purpose of
paying their friends a visit. The size of the
farms range from five to fifteen acres. The
land is exceedingly productitc, for there are
always two crops a year. Whe:it is not
grown but lurge quantities of Indian Corn
are raised. Every inntr, from sixteen to filty
year oi ago ts a
reason to believe
and a report that Ohio has gone for them
by 15,000, Indiana by 15,000 and Pennsyl
vania by 12,000. We will wait before we
believe either. Perry gives 000 and Hock
Columbus District. The latest despatch
last evening from Columbus gave Galloway
613 in Franklin and Pickaway and Olds
400 in Licking with four townships to come
in. The names of these townships are not
given and we have no way of guessing at the
result. The chances are against Olds, but
yet be may be elected. .
Butler District It Is telegraphed that
Campbell leads Vailandigham about fifty
votes in this district. We have no further
advices at the time of going to pres.
Arrival of the Franklin.
New York, Oct. 11 The Franklin ar
rived with 134 passengers and$17,lH)0 in
specie. Cotton is firm with an upward ten
dency. Flour is scarce, inquired for at full
prices. Wheat active declined Id. White
corn scarce; yellow 29s 6d. Bacon reduced.
Beef nnd pork dull. Lard steady. West
ern canal flour 20s (id to 21s; Baltimore 21s
3d to21s6d; Ohio 2 la to 22s. White wheat
62s 6d; mixed 61s 3d.
The American guano expedition Is creat
ing great uneasiness collision (eared
. Ri.. iitu.
,,t , ", fr lile.
whicn rlrl in , und.., fnnd rulUv.li,,. Th-JI
i, rood Kloimxo Mill on :h
1 a fnwr mil iA th Zaw ill and Maya, ili. Tiita"
ilw, with two rood run iJ t.i-., turir-ii l.y n :
I.ITTI.K jt M;k.,1.CIH.
Naia IHI. L.a..a, j. otttm alwaa, J.
t.raa Craeara- alll p, N. p.-.
II KTY '"!f TrMrKA f H'Mrr fork
L t"',' ''roriiaa. ;amwarr,
t1""". 'nttna, Y.ra Ku'Lu. vi H
etiua. -it thus rairy ag thiwnah ia safclraam, tM
W. tariova i-hadoU which U iha aiaav r .. .J
Inaaart Sural y arary thuikiac aaaa will admit that
hu woald aotoa'y Iw tha meat fUsmmmt, but by far
thasafMi naaa. tcalfact I Ha aVwraa ad. Tha ti
woe . uparHanaa ratva parfaraxa bt IrwAraWaa vhv.
tKiaaa in tha day. of eld war. aaau.lv afTartod bv this
I trailiwiut, aud tha Insradiaat of which U.
v. rarmi, wcbmtfM ArmtimM UMwttmt hi aoa.
' f -'r! "trt,ri rrom ran plants paculiat to An-
We heard of sale, of t ',k' w'lh " fi " ""-. 'rnd 1y . ! ""i ,,;.'?!.n" ' v Z, VZ "J'Jl"",'" "?T M -
II linn I. I. K. -.1 . n . m. - r rwmm. i nr r aitn on thp nrrmtao. Uir-. i ' V """"J. " r nnnoa, i arpa. BLmlit..r ,n- . !j ." "IS," ajnranBBis ia arary
U.000 bush Northern ufl ,at at 74c: 4')00 a-vw f.lliw aur.r.a. U i,...J!;. . l.te. mtr . all of which luv. ll- " LHad Kutaa) h dailr ffatl curaa
from store free on board vesaels at 7
buah white afloat at 79c: 4uoo M,..l,ti.r,...
Corn Market steady at about 15 151c,
with a fair demand.
Flour But iiltlo doing in way of ssles
and market rather dull at 3,623,75 for
straight brunds superfine.
('iiifimiali .Mark el.
CincihbaTi, October 12. The election
checks all business to-dy. Sales of 300
bbls of fl.mr at 3,25. Whiskey at 16J
Nothing doing in provisions. Moderate de
mand for groceries prices in favor of buy
ers. Icv York Market.
New York, Oct. 12. Soles of 45,000 bbls
of Stute flour at S4,25 to 4,44; Southern
84,56 to 4.75; Indiana 4,31 to 4,56. Sab s
of 5000 bush of Western wheat at 1,04,
oouiirm. ouies ot 12,000 bush of mixed
corn at 73 to73j in fair demand. Pork
quiet, local demand only. Dressed hogs
selling at 7J to 10. Lard 1 Ij to 1 If.
Pittsburgh, Oct. II. River 2 feet 9
inches, and rising. Wheather cloudy, indi
cation of rain.
, WW ...............,ll.n....,irrin1; : II -T, Dal n . a OH an -Ma ffm mm
or,-ar.i M nrrt rK" Iruit. ISi inr il airim tu rrmarm r.:.L. i . aiarxaa pnraa.
d"poM of llw siiuva
t-i the tViht. tha autucrilir n-t
laivU upon ta-tti,, liaf rart
Lifting u ptircliaao. I xll.t
Hjrfaiu!jr 2, tHZ't.
ffROW and after this day, tU Coarh
Jf' " , L-wiwb Lancaster and Coiuin
bu will p Ihrons'S Crroll, Oramicaul and U
thipr,li, and through J-lfi-raon and iaelvatar. unj,.
ing at Urtiv.-(Mi1, cor.iii?:tiii with Ilia tx al Culum
bu i daily.
Tlm.M.fl-ivirm l-rv:asli-r,.H o'ck, A.M.. -rrftWy.
Turn- of (caring Columtin., 8 oVk. A. M. prerUHy.
Aniplr amngi.nH.nta ar made to rarrr all who d-
ireto trirl on thru. r(Hit"a M.X k'KKIDKR.
Lan tr, Sptinij, r I. WJ. " d&w
r'rm and will hr
fruini. and tho
I!: .Tr UocU "m hu but l. .h? .. a n I
Uon to all
which , hi-vuad the aowar ef aWkiaeio aoav
iul :ail to uit any prar i ,,, -iii k. . . "u", '
lli..NRy XVT7AX. rb0,rait""".irr
, T my instanco mi tarlimem waa thia day inat-J, I
' "toi ix.gi a Juitueof the Fnareol
! A nun 1
r.r. . . i ...
-aiaruM pnrea. M int its n, ol I ' ,T" , " r eoajpiawa aa
cmii.,uww in rwnl lorwne a! ! ""'.'"A".- ""ro alfartioaa, indiiaatk a.
- ; -r imwmm nam, ariHaw
e ,au- rc frnMucniy crad, and mwmyt ra'Mrrad
Y7 " " w wmariwaaed aa aa anodvna relivr
iV',(,K H 1.1 TT I K i rr,r? 'n? taw i"aua aftar application, it
: - Tl " 'rhauanli.rn.aua pain, Mr., ate., ar apaedily nnj
i. lI KM ; bT : k" "rly f 1 o cattol,
ta.rt. , . . . I requiring aa eatvroal apa katioa. hbaaeffectuairaa
and examine wir atork of ciinwrw 1 ;Mkly. " H-,iintiiicwiuia.
... 'Itw-w". A lpa.-aa. Uuf, Hi Hiv. I LOOKOUT FOB COCNTPRrriTat
ulk.aitin. Vetanda,,. kiHi: ailk. Vmmlmm f J Pi1!' Metiud egaiaat another eeanter.
HW and BlauUt alwl,; . rich l,H of Bonnet and ' B irll'I T' PVeraaro,,ld W.
Neck ltib'on.. Dreaa TriiBn.in.. Work-d rnllar. a,d 'rf.li Zl J,"f tho awat dangerous
linn haadaoRlii, (., jurt r-i, ed ami for rtlp i v.ZT''' uViTV hi h"
U,T,J: "CI SaSfpl
Ml erery body ,hoo d .apply Iheraw rea with T leimiee artiela ia BuaufactvrkthT ff a
-, -. ;n s i iirw i our mncx on -a-- wnigr .uia prDOTU9flT. and whMMiin
party and Ski,,, rf WstlSi '.wd K "aWo ! Kntl.LTrrri,,,''rCrr.,Uli,,, ? "'l lhin.75L?Z
.l-btra. Jaled U.i. 13th d.y of S,rtcmhPr A L? ! ii.nd 1 u r ,,:lrt, ,Bj re- l" -PPKatioiia for AgeneMa .uat be addreaaod. Bo
li5i. 4:h VfriN l)Al'!:L W Srf "Urchw',hT lrayougelit wtthtliolottoraH.O beforo.aneil'i
i "LNJ'A V' Sw Pl UTTIXItDBISBACIW , thua ll.u. FAKRtLL's aadhia aiVnuiVTrt.
Oirgeuatcd BIMera in Knrone.
An attempt was made to assassinate Louis r'ctt:r fronl Kov-DOOUTTLE, a highly rcipocta-
Napoleon at Marseilles, with an infernal ma- ! k,e Clergyman.
chine composed of 250 gun barrels, louded ' Pa" Is'0vemb'r 1, 1S52 1,'or Sir. Alwnt two
with 1500 bullets. The machine was se- ( 3""" I madoutoof a frw bottloi of your Oxy-
cured UV the notice nnd t in nnrlina irrpiioj . genatca iiuura, lor a itomac i coninl.int .k .. i ia nn in .......:
Advices from Paris uv llint il.o r,ri n. I t that time relieved. Durine iho r,..i And for tho conrnnk-n-a of nUrrilr. T. t ! n':h thoy are prepare to n.nuf."-lur to order
wrd- R.nn!,., ,,.b. l T ! null'nr. d lomnwhat in m 1 K...1.1. ' . :. . ! fii, Km, oi'Cindeville.haa be aominind Uwir wnplov rh be of 4n.. n aJ
. v , uina, vii uiu , o ...,iiiT niwrii tniwi. vp i,.i. (, i .- .',7. : , 'ie i all t rnea oreptril to niaUe tl..-bi fit .a
return oi tne frince to -.oiuiui-nr.mi iki voyage, and some twelve Hie
.il i: ic : it . r t
SPai.NrjKR V TROl'T.
KAII. UOAD XOTICE
VJ'' " nuB,l,y given, to the Stockholdera of
X" the Cincinnati. IVilmin'on and ZatMtillo Rail
Iiotd Company, thai an Inaulment ol ten injr cent
upon each nhare ol tl- Caoiul Slock r.t .,V.....
ia required lo b paid to ilu under.igned, Tma'.urer' aive a.aonment id
- bu iniivii Bru coaaimnii.
til, OK. ' dby a. KAlJrKMANtCOlncasAir,-
and by nxru ar'T authorizad araat. ,lin,K.. rk. it '
aited SttM. Price 2i and Wcenta. aid hotrv.
T TAFi-ei,ed .t tl-ir r..' r.-.. .J-?W WANTED fa evor, tow.. Ug.
.rJ4r1t,:,M"K" ,n. !" !ilTa.b.i.hd. Addrei (7 7.7 fH
: iioi-aing Taney liana ana I. . i aumadzoa K. . aecowoanied with aod ,.fr i. V
mpany, change Utfico, and have jut opeuod a large aud extra- :apoMiiiiitr.ote aTTi.
PrinU, Giaghama, Lawaa nl Shawls
men! of ten por cen'.every aixty dayn thereafter un- Which they will ar!l an low ai the aame quality ol P 1"ty. can be found uaodtenrarlet
a"" ran i-apurinaapa at any of ner A-Tat,. 1 - . -'"
in ine wnoie amount u oaid un.
By ordr of the Board of Directora. 'uhmmt in the city. Thirekthing is manufactured
. . J01X RADKBARIJIi, Treasurer, . andei their oun prvi.ioo and ia ronaequently au
Cincinnati, W. & Zaneaville Kailroad Company perior to tliat wbith ia brou.lpl from other placea.
Noth. Imen-at will be allowed on ail aubacrip. i They have alio on tixirl, a lxauti!ii. variety of
liont of atock. Ironi the time naid in. uuiil tho m..l 1 clnTlu I'WKiiiruii vi-tivu c
i . . - i , ... ii.., . r..- iiiiiio. A i .
in nm.rai inn i 1
r ---- v. ui i ..nrr-, .ui:i. i,.
Y KAKKI.IM, K'l, Ol Cirnlovillp. haa bpnn annninlnJ
ickawmv rnnntv " ",. w Uteat atvlm. Ali thtir iroWf mtn Ll wtirru.Hnl
ckawav count v.
r Vmm rfir..Uir...l...l inepuwi
amine their atock, an I while ttnnkful for the liberal
UwHKircu ViTHCOH, Kin . of Wilininirton. from P'"MK they taveenjoved. they aawrn thr-ir oW
The public arereipt-ctlully aulii iind to call and i
15th October. The ret
1'uris will be celebrated with imperial pomp re"i'-iroiu public duty. Uahiki. McLa. Ek, ,nf Waihingion, for thop
unsurpaseu. : 0,llc,l) J 'in r.ngianu and France, I have found i i 5 un.y, ana
Iron tra.le in Birmingham excited-prices ,ny.0,d J""'"?, irritability of the .tomach, rflurnig ' tho.se rcaiding in iTiin.or v "",D,nK,00.,rom , cuon.era arj .11 other, that they will labor to give
firm; another advi.nceof 20s ndtoCHled. '. I have not found any prencription to atfoid me j JUKI. KAPKliAt'OH. Treasurer P'n.er' "tufscfion both in t(;e (ualiiv and prie ol
Woolen districts home and foreign demand nn I made in,,i, iLondoulor vourOxy. i 'K'nnati. W Zaneivillo RUlroad company. ..''Zi.t'l ,1?," lKOl
prosperous. -onslsd Ei'to... but . ould not find .. v. 1 "writ.. n FebrU"v lhS3 W !
riOI-ida Election" tobrgyouwU do ine the favor to aeujby the earliest ! BOOT A Jfi SlioK ESTAHUSIl.tlEVr7
. , . . -v....vi iii navre, iiaj a dozen bottles, care of Livint f?i 1
Charleston, Oct. 9. The Jacksonville , Well, a Co , n n.ce do I. fh.urao P.vi. Yj
Z j ! ? ?el,uu,1i.c,an' ,of Jhuisday, g ves ; An old Irlnd of ,in, i Eng and. C.ptaia J.ckaon-1 IL"""!
Ward, Wine candidate for Governor, a ma. of thi Britiah Ar, i r i ... ... .. I ... b
in,il- In n....l ,.jm.n.l...ll .... . J ...UUIS ; Wm,
jvi.iij iiiiuiaiLuuiiijr ui uu; wuueil, V lllg
congressman, 08. A private letter from
the Republican office says Ornnge, Putnam,
Madison, Columbia and Hamilton have giv
en largely increased Whig majorities, VVard
and Cabell both elected. Florida Whigs
bet heavily that the State goes for Scott and
The New York papers contain the follow
ing: "Wilmington, Del., Oet.7. The returns
received gave Newcastle county to the
Whijw by six innjority. In Kent, the Whig
majority is 173. and Susse ia is-? Tho
soi.lier. There is every Whig g un, over last year, upwards of 200
that the people will al- vote.
it. Kit I'! .11 A. tO.
W0!tK.sNW'0Kwouldr.nect I I aen rill.ng ap their ftock ag.in, anJ wiU
ft full v inform the citlzehu of Fairfield ke,"p co,,',y '"1 U kindi ot
naii;ea.ijiini.igcoun'.ie,thitthcyan,on lUW.HiS AMI AMERICAM CIIKMIl'Al.8
aioioix oia aunu one door, DttfftS. PAINTS. Oil. 4. I)V E STfrfJ.
f . . i ; iii oi'iuuui a li rug a,ore wun a targe ana
noin Aatnira, iiiamldiil v the result of Dvimnd. il I inlmjlhl n;rt-mul ,.r .u..;. i; i which are wimalai otira.
you ha-e a mind to tvnlmn an additional half a dozen ! Their Spring purchaiei have been .elected with; NOTIONS. COROAfiK. (iUOCKRIES. ic,
ciiiu 1 7"? . :' t: th' C8ptii" ,r-v ,hj n,Mli-: LVmKFw;T..;.;;k7;up;ci.i
' 1 "hould not troubled you with tiiis, but for a purchaaeaso ato please vou.
wi-h to be quite .uro of obtaining the genuine articli'i i vv'e have a little ol evorythin from a Jex.it Likd
and tocHhir with tha himn r.r ,.. .iir . j nir.Kiwoown to me tinanekt ciuidreu n.hoea.
a benefit to otheruirorpr. likemv.olf.
1 beg tooLeive,.. I am not at are that my name
U known to you, that 1 have been th resident . K-igy-nun
foi soino twenty-tln jo year, in Sherbrook wid
We have also on hand and are prepared to maketo
Uentlemtn'M r.utUn anil ScanJets Qaitm, Can
gross Boot., Sc. We also have on hand Ladie' tium
KIJJDI.NUS, te.-fft are slao preps rod
. . V. . : :. . .i r . .
circu malune our . . . . .. . . " '
j (uinine, Opium, Morphine, Calomel.
I aiuun. Soda, Chloroform, tin Maw,
Magnesia. Pink ftoot Sarsaparilla, nwrna.
t an be lnd by the quantity oraroaU parcel, at
Sept I HJSi KACKKMAN &0.
a. utti KnAY t ia,
Lenuoxvillu, Csnsda Kat, to which charge I ho o to ; Shoemakers and finding Stores wilh I'
be able to 1-otui n in the spring or suiom at n -xt fo low- dearription, uch as K it, i'ogs, Hoot
mg. J rjiniin, dear sir, your obedient servnnt.
Dr. G. B. (JiiKK.v .Windsor. Vt. I. )L()'.A iTI.K
stiint:s. Laces, Arc.
' Knle Leather. .Morocco binding",
to furnish I IV Keir.aiid drv." VeoMian Lead Ydl ii,k. Jn ,
iim.og.o.very . pnnsun o ue. Ned !d, Ijtharre, l.ineedOU.SpTin
-webbing, shoe- oil. Corn Oil. copal Varr.i.h, coach do., chrome Vei- -
Kawsnth an si Haxvar Urns.
SrR AW.Pslraarjt Leghorn, beautiful saaorbneair
JC A RAGHTY, at the sign of the Coldcv Wa f erf,
, most respectful! t inforaaa tha ,itizs of Iwu.
twa-id the public generally, that ha haa opened, I
doors Kat of the If ockiog Valley Bank, in tha build
ing occupied by J. i'rank. as a clothing store, a
" ate k-SIakar aad Jaw air Eatawllahaacfif-
aud ia not mly at all tones prepared to repair
WATCHES AiVU JEWELRY.
on tlx, shortest notice, but haa also a fine lot" of neaT
rVatchea, I locks. Jewelry, i'in Pocket Knives, Port-'
i monnais and many other notions Ms hand, which ha ia
I willing to dispoM of mt as Urn prieta aa any other aa.
I unlialunenA weat of the anamntaina.
I My mono ia email profits and quick sales, aa my
I nam ia "metfarr AbroAaat, Imat nor Jacob," and
j every article I sell, I shall warrant.
Thoae wanting a fine Clock or Watch are requested
to call before purchasing elsewhere, and f am sure
, that you will not leave diaestisned.
ly W. dIO JAKES OAEAGHTY.
j PAINTS, OILS. AC.
EaKa Pure Vrhi,r Uxi 6 bbU VenetUn Red,
cUU 1 do Red Lead, 1 do Yellow Ochre,
6 Kegs Dry White Lead, 40 do Linseed Off.
10 doUtnang 6 do spi Tnrpent ind
I0U lbs Chrome wreea. t do Japan Varnish
IM do do Yellow 4 do Com I An
30U do American V erm il) ion J dosnp coach doJta
innirni ana lor ease bl ne city lrug tHozm Lata
I. Beck. LbWARIJ L. KIMnnM.-
1(M), ALaTIN .& Co., WhiluHlj Druif -i.ij N',. ! In addition to the work on hand, we aro prepared
', nt'irliaut,' lluiv, U-.'nurul .AjjonH. : i hert'tolbre to maniifsrlureeverytlirg in ourline. that will not turn yellow.
The first item' Ij live SlOt'U, c?n3itiiij of
bogs, cattle, sheep, &c, amounting Id five
hundred and fifty-two millions, seven hun
dred and' five thousand, two hundred and
thirty-eight dollars in value, of which we
sold to foreign countries tho same year,
Deef, tallow,- hides and horned
ifork, hacoh, fard and live hogs, 7,550,287
Horses and mules, 139,494
ways have ubililii s to preserve self-joVern
1 p..r b.nrl; ,ix luiitlu. lor A5.
lijl I by O. KAL-KK.M.V a ar.Co., U
Uur own work needs no recommendation. W
i bv proper attenl ion to our business, to secure a r.ir
j shsre ol Iho public palronsge, ss we wilialways be !
; low. do. Green, Knse Fink. Y'enui ion Lamp B ack,
on Turpeuiine, Lard Oii.K'iah Ui'.Altoho' Japan Varuish,
S.NOW WHITK ZINC PAINT,
not turn vellow. AU tl men Iph will lis ..ij
hope low fur cash. sept. 1
fV the newest patterns, all on band at
v.pru s. ia
rir I'roisr I'a i ill.
Total for foreign market, $9,31 1,143
Balance for home use and home
Thus it shows, ifyou divide the value of
Jive stock into 60 parts, that 1 part goes to
prove the value of the principle of British
free trade, and 49 parts to prove tho value
of a home market. Again, wo tnke the Free
Traders' strongest argument, the wheat and
flour, and try them by this fair rule, and the
honest facts in the case.
The number of bushels of wheat
by the table quoted, in 1850,
was 1 04.799,230
Value of it for the sake of argu
ment, at 70c. per bushel, und
ti amounts to $78,559,422
We sold abroad during that year
wheat in value, (143,745
Flour, in value, . 7,098,570
l E.'i.n 41 ......I .... a f f,-7- 1 V."-P:il.t ...i . .... ..... ... :.n hirnl In mil iiwu........!... I.I I
raent." ....... a .v, ir lY ', W 1I'1ET--I . "u:C. fl HOCOT. ATE COLOR, a cheap and durable Paint i
Hotel to he known bv the co'iiomen above r r ' m A !. R . cl" ; D . '.nialelpbia .TI.I, istrulv a wond-iful n-m.-u f... W:; ' : ; V0L "P K Log Wooa. Ert.UWi Funic.
-on First street, between E street and ' I. n.. Vt. " 5. """T.V'r"' i ' "WW Jiver enn.pl.int. . "! ; "".-De. M.Wer.
r, .., ,, . ' ..... . , , I"" hi tut-ia.. ui-r ui oo.t-rio aiiu union, "M"""l!1 V, ciirmg sit.., Nailnv own i I J 1 ro-wved at the city Hnolt Store, opposite V. ' '. 8 '. ral quamy ar
suiinunty. i i. voiiKirm-uou u. ii.i.i iioki,- . collslimillir in In P.ollMH (;rnl.i..hi..l,.M ,i"HIy nllll'tnTiiffl.t.i,,, l;rfw, 1., ! U k-ShH. IhfWIsHlnjeiiit.. I ceplrnmer l,. - KAI.fr MAi & CO
praise- ; a fhilhiiir store, Fleurv'shardwiirn 8tr nn,l , V. I! , I C0'"""gVi.ni.iieevi.lPI1ro ol it, v,lue.
Jlr. fall has not oniv evinced a
wnrinv ri.irnrii mr liim iiii rfni, 11 nil riMim :i it 1 1 .... .k 1. 1: I ... . .- . . .
. " . . , . . ' T "- eiiiniiiT LKciuiisiiinems. iiiost ol their
ion ol.Marysville. but he has exhibited a t j,o.lworo saved. The flumes then spread
highly cultivated architectural taste. H , down fJnion street, destrovin.r all the fene
is three stories in height, nff l commands the ,n,mts ,, tlr, WLV, iu)0 0 the'street, and u'll
piaiu. iwiuerr oiy, in no...... uuvu- . ,m tlie east side to Dav g Franklin';
n' (I tiv ae.irs rr:ill.
n..ii. in udvoi-Tioine:it4.
lMe uiticp anioni tlie ,
Total sold abroad, $7,742,315
Divide the value of wheat raised in the
United States in 1840 into ten parts, and
you have one argument in favor of British
policy and anti-tariff, and nine argument in
favor of American policy and a protective
tariff. The corn item, if tested in the same
way and a fair average price given to it,
will give one argument against home pro
tection and home market and 49 in its favor.
So of the other items; compare tfrett witff
the items as published, atfd where are the
free trade arguments! It is absolutely ab
surd and ridiculous for these British allies to
attempt to prove that the foreign market is
better than demestfe one. Allow a fair a
iWotrflft for the use of yourselves and families
tt home and the balance nearly all is sold to
our manufacturers and working men, who
ask you to give them a little help against the
Foreign manufacturer, who employ with
pauper pay, the penny and a half a day la
borers of Europef with perhaps quarter al
lowance of food, little clothing, living like
cattle, not educating their children, and nev
er hoping to be any thing else than worse
than African slaves in the hands of their
tsskmastrs; who can undersell them if they
try to have their workmen live like freemen.
Would you feditce yonr workingmcn to the
same condition, by adopting the policy of
these taskmasters, the allies of our free
trade gentry, and oppress and grind the poor
into like hopeless misery! We know that
Jour answers will be NO! NO! NO! ,
The short crop in 1850 reducing the
whole quantity of wheat raised, and not re
ducing the quantity sold abroad, makes the
wheat statistic more favorable fo' the free
traders than th avefffge;.-
fTide Si. 8. Co, author of ''Buckeye A
Woad," Stx:.- Good Democratic authority.
Louisville,' Oct. 4. The earn of HW
I. A. Hannegan, of Indian, churged witfr
the AMifder' of hi bVother-irt-4a'. Capf.
tamca, whrle Mder the influence of liquor ,
hat teen msnw; tM grand jury tailing to
fnd an indict m en t.
pied by stores. The saloon is on the low
er floor at the rear of the main entrance hall.
Underneath tho saloon, in the b'tsement is
the kitchen. Tho building contains a gen
tlemans' and ladies' parlor; a common din
ning room and a ladies' ordinary; a bi.linrd
room, uesiucs eighty sleeping rooms, many
of them with elegant palors attached. The
building, as fur as practicable, has been
made fire proof.
We copy the above from the Marysvillo,
California, Herald. The building was con
trusted, we believe, under the superin
tendence of Mr. D. Sifford, of this city,
fj-In the London Despatch, of Septem
ber,6th, we find the following article, which
we commend to the serious attention and
consideration of every voter:
"The two parties of the Republic, 'Whig
and Democrat that is, Conservative and
Progressive, Protectionints and Free-Trade
appear to have marshalled their forces,
and selected their candidates for the com
ing election. EVERY ENGLISHMAN,
of almost every class, REJOICES IN THE
EXPECTATION FOR THE SUCCESS
OF THE DEMOCRATIC, PROGRES
SIVE FREE TRADE PARTY."
!(Hnui.ninrviruiiRiii v . I-..- :. : .
"t'l-il Miui that i,.d gasi..i, i, th,. parent ol a L re.
prnnorti'in of Hi fatal lii.n.o, li....,i..,.. .1:....
build- ! h Pa, cholirrs itiorui. 'ivArcnninlnlitt i, 1 ..'.... u..-
ings, spreading from tins street to the rear of I u ' V" enl"e'tcd ia the ntv inspector's woolly
the Mansion House. Amonn-the sufferers ST 2',r'!,i0,.,!r1 ".T,!."r?nH hv in'Jo-tii,i. nlon..
r , , "C "uut-rcrs , Tluiikoftliat dyii optics thinkof its 1 who Miller from
are Mr. Ovcrrocker, proprietor of the Man- di.or.h-rod Mo.n'.ciH, ,d if ; .re il i.'S to bl
dlfin llillloll fl...-lua A. U..l.A- ,Xr....l I- I rrlli.l..! k.r t J-J . ' .
..umciv , vihii urn rr . iiuyure, vr iioiuhuio i n " "j m. m u, , nullum upon exp rittnco, resort
uroccr, ana emeppard Ol Uo., (,'nbinet Wore.
I JiCI.K TOM'S CA1UN fly Mrs. Stowo.
f ive yenrs in hnulh fries.
Hi yard Tavlnr'rf lller licnn California,
The V'm H in a IWket Rnnk.
AH nf which will besodal t Ir loves! prices
August". Ii. JOHN S .Alil.KS.
; n.AINT Crushes, all sie; sboo Brushes,
M. llair do; Du1in d.i; Whita Wash do
, cloth do; Fleh do: Scrubbing do; Keattier Du,ter.
, Sept 7 Ju received at KAUf'r'MAN k CO.
A I ':n m lor Sato.
Bonnets, Ribbons amd Fans,
Br iUe rust Line furkci.-
CPRING AND 8UMMEB BONNET SJuat neeiV
lO ed, white colored lace and straw Bonnets.
Also Black silk, Bonnet Eibbona, Blue Denims
and Palm leaf Hats, at HtMJiY'S.
Laarastur, ham 1, 1853
SADDLE ASfi HARNESS MAJU.tG;
copperas.. A I rpnE ondefsbrned has tAe hno MrMeskip in
y J the Saddle, flames, un Trunk aisnuficturinr
: business, Joua II. Matlacs. and tha business will
, heresfter be conducted under the firm-name of ZJT
i TLRIc MA TLACK. The patronage of the public
I it respectfully solicited.
ITT" All those indebted to the nrbicriW. art earn
I astir requested to call sad settle, as the) old baeiness
I must be closed up. JOHN N. LiTTLK.
March 30. Wai. dkw48
Legislature of South Carolina. It Is
statod that the Governor of South Carolina
will call an ejitra session of the Legislature
on the first Monday irt November, for the
purpose of casting the electoral vote of the
S"tafo for Presidential electors on the follow
ing Tuesday. In conformity to precedent
in similar cases, the Governor will call tho
new Legislature, whose members will be
elected on Monday next.
Great Longevity. On the 22nd of Sep.
last Mrs. Louis Peel, f elicit of Mr. Amos
Peck, departed this life in Hamden.at the
advanced age ol one hundred years eight
months and six days! She was the mother
of six children, grand-mother of twenty-nine
great-grand-mother ol eighty-five and
great-great. grand-mother of eighteen. The
total descendants during her fife time were
138! AVto Haven Pall.
ESTOIUTION of Monarchy in France,
un , .i by Urosrtlne 9 vol
French Revolution of 1S4R, do do
Quiechy. by author of Wide Wide World, 9 vol
A step from the Now World to the Old. B.TappsnOv
Nile Notes ola Howadjl.by George W Curtis
The Howsdji in Syria do do
Lotus Katins: do do
The Day of Bruce, by 0. An,uilur,9 vols
Frosh leaves from Western Woods, by Miss Fullerj
Men and Women of the 18th century, by Houssage,9v
Greenwood Leavea by Grace Greenwood
Fresh filesnrnge, Reveries of a Bachelor, Snd other
works otlkt Marvel, together with many other new
and va'uable books, and a larg? variety of Novels for
sale by JOHN L. TUTHILL,
Oct. 4. Telegraph Building', opposite court-house.
EW YORK REPORTS, by Comstock, for sale
JOHN L. TUTHILL
WWOLESAtE' arid Retail, at reduced pricu-etn-bracing
all kinds used in our schools, si tha
book rtore of JOHN L. TDTHILL,-
Soutlt side of mVlu'-ifreet, opposite court-house
PUTTY. 400 ponnds machine made Putty in
bladoers.forsareby OTTO W.KREAMER.
Lancaster, May 29, MJ5I d
house. 1 lie latter was burned out, in the
snme street, about a week ago, and had just
commenced ut their new Btand.
aionca ;dont delay a day to lloofljnd'n German Hit
ters, piepsred by l'r. C. M. J.ckson. which, as an il
terativr, cnr.itive. and invigorant, stand, alnno and
unapprajch d Gener I d.'pot, l Arch airoel.
ne nave tried these lli'ters. and know that fW are
five buildings are consumed, one-third oT! iS,i'."Lr4ril, i,0,',ie" at,ove--i"Aiarf
Ulllleh it m Bnid ,in lnnn..J T L I c - '
. mbii i, i. d.iu wsi g inauCU. 4 IIB coous Ot
the sufferers, generally, were psrtlv insured
Many families are houseless. A good breeze
was blowing at the time of the conflagration,
and it was only by the most strenuous exer
tions of the fire department and our citizens
that the elements were subdued. One man
was killed and several injured by the falling
Agreeably to previous notice, a number
of the citizens of Fairfield and Perry coun
ties assembled in the town of Pleasantvillc,
O., on ThnrsJuy the 7th inst, for the pur
pose of taking into consideration the best
means for securing the location of the C.
W. & Z., railroad on tho- northern route
between Lancaster and Zanesville. On
motion of Mr. T. P. Ashbrook, Peter Dir-
I M u. undned w.l sell at private asletho farm j T RANDIES, of the best V.ntage; Wines Port, Ma
JL be omiiuj to the Litnte oMUi-uam Jowrs. de. ri deria. Lisbon. H.li..snu ft.-, ut.:,.
ceased Nit.iat.'d in rlfs-ant tnwn.hiu. Kairl'u.M cmm.
ty. five m'lus Easi ol Lancaster, anricoutainiu abrnil
U;:c Umdreil a;ul Ticenly-tix Arret nf Land. The
old Zanesville road runs ll.reuh the North mrt of the
s.iid farm, and the Zanesville and Mavsville Turnpike
Hnad runs through the South part, b'-nving a'mnt fur
lYaii-Hiniiiirci ineoi mo rue. anil annni.iiir . ... . .
a beautiful site for building purpose, on thoTurnpik- I 1 , m' ""V?Jt r'A ?'P 1
The premiHus contain about Jo aero, ol timber IsikI. I 'T' . 1 c klL i iL. r
ineru is an apple orchard on the premises nf atx.ut ' H. J. IH'MKU
and ,e.rtre?... The building, on the premise 'are ! opposite I he Hiking Valley B.
LASH llEAMUI. in
TSSTTRAJSCZ, FIRE ABD SLiSISE,
BT THE USDEBSIQKICD l.nT WOm. TUB
London Porter, bchotch Ait.expremlv for the eickat 1 PWriTnrTrrsW ililRii(rF hlUPiSV
e.e,l,er 7. KAl fMN It. U. j OF ,,ARTI,0Rr) CONNECTICUT.
(1:10. Policies issued at Rstea of Premium as Vow aa thoae
a. TV t,...-- i ,. , . ' of anv other rcDOnstoe comoanv. bv
W . c "nu shkkoi corrnn 'eioe. u-niiti p Viiu'rnr fc r ri. ,
Twi.. Henin do d..-. Ilroom Twina.FialilJnM. i . VSILUAM P. CRt.U. Agt. Pre. Ins. Co.t
Jot Lansasttr mnd Fairfield county
a Iwo-atory brick house and hewed log kitchen, and
Receipts for tho tJirzMlet
Duvill HarrV 0 75 thr.nKlm I nnn Ol OA
Elias Vnnen t'ir other necessary buildings.and a hewed ion
New Subscribern. , one ye.r, and one third in two years, with interest on ; 1 1 3 . ",vI1illn, kP full
fnnll ll...... t,,. tho doferredD.vh.ent. till n.idy wiui interest on , J anj constant aupjily of Ntanlo Groceriea. fruits, fT
...V...V,,, nuiauum XjUllir. rillOfl ' n. ;:. ,.r. .
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A IARGK Lot just 1 received embracing every
"V kind of fashionable ihoa now fir ifae, tot La-
CHOICE TAXILY GSOCEKIES AID DaVUGS.
dies tnd Misses wear. ALSO, a good stock of Men's
Boots and Gaiters, at WISF.'B
Vance, Peter Bright.
MARRIED, on the 7th inst., by the Rev.
George Weisz, Mr. PETER MANGER to
Miss SARAH ANN STOUT, ofLiberty
i possession eir.n i.n:nud.atev rnriiiii..r..i:
dinars inquire oi miCKAKi. jo.tki on the pren i i
orSAi mo.-t Shaw in Unranter. SALMON SHAW
Aug 'Hi. Kttrutnr of If'Uliam Jonet deit tied .
I - ana constant auppiv m Manio uroceriea. f ruits, 'II It. nnne signed na. n received a nna ioi fti
d." . . . .. C;.m.a d. ., Ll. ' I I l' . . ... . .1 I I d" . Id d 1. ' ..1 J C.vH ba .1
. I II .... 1 1. 1 . -, 1 ... i. i tr. . I..I.ULI. . u ri TMT . . AT I d.w im. uwuch 1 .mm . I" fcMV
with many otherartii lca n.cessan- in k;epaig ilonse. i rade. Call and try it. JOHN LYONS
Also, a large and well selected stock of PaiiiU. Oils I Lancaster. Msv 81. dllo
and l)je-Stuff m. Lancaster, Mar , l5i.
Willow and Wooden Ware.
Cheese! Cheese!! Cheese!!!
PERSONAL Property belonging lo the Estab- nf
AMAH1M TwrMdN. duceasiid: cnntii.tinff nl' I.-.C.
toen Acreinf torn, 10 Tons ol Hav. 47 bujh Wheat.
3 Horse , 1 Cow and Calf. I head of Ilogi, 1 two
horso Wagon, 1 Carrisgeand Harness, a lot of Farm
ing I'tenuils, Household and Kitchen Furniture, and
other proourtv, will bo sold at vendue at the latere.
'hair ' Hldencn nf said ilni.i.a.nrl nn Ilia Turn.iL. ... ul.
MlLLEB, of Fairfield, appointed Kt of the city of l.snc'siler.on Mividay the lath of
vi nvicr, .nu., cum.nencing si III o clock, in tne loro
noon. C. V. b'HjEb'FKU, Adm'tor.
October II, 1H63.
and aolendid ssaArtrnent oi Dress Goods. embrac-
4Dox Willow W.gon.,ndcradle.:8docl,he,.d'TrSTreiv, a fine lot ofKnglish Dairy. Pine a?oV,r.n?
market baskets. A Isrge lot nfredsr churns, tubs. Apple and Sap Sago Clieeae- o be .old low for i "-iJI-Vg TaSO 7 7 .fWlSS.
buckuts an.l halfhushnls, was
etc. rorsaleeheap. bv
KFFINGF.R. WHITK & I.ATTA.
fjn sster. June II, IH5i.
lot of redsr churns, tubs, "PP
ih-uoards, butter prints, ( "Jjy,
toe, Esq., of Perry, was called to the choir
and A. 1. Milleh, or Fa
Secretary of said meetiner,
D. Tallmadge, Esq., of Lancaster was
then called on and resnonded bv civinf a
-short history of the progress of the road
suiee its commencement, and stating the
present prospect to be very favorable for its
parly completion between Lancaster and
Cincinnati; closing with an earnest appeal
to the friends of the northern route to
corrfe forward noW, while opportunity offers,
and secure the location of the road on the
northern and shortest route.
He was followed by Messrs. Ritchie of
Perry, and McVeigh and Borland of Lancas
ter, in able and stirringappeals in behalf of
tne road, and of its speedy location on the
northern route. The subscription books
were then opened, and the following gentle
men appointed a committee to solicit sub
scription in the townships along tho line of
tne Northern route, viz: Dr. M. u. Urock
Daniel Baker, David Huber.Thos. McNagh
teh'andT. P. Ashhrobh.
On motion, Res Ived, That flic thank's of
this meeting be tendered to the Somerset
Bnrrd and Somerset Glee Club for their ex
cellent music on the occasion. On motion,
the meeting adjourned.
PETER DITTOE, Ch'in.
A. P. Miller, Sec'y.
fAUM FOR SALE.
THE undersigned, being desirous to change hi. bu.
inera nt life, now offers lor sale a valuable
FARM, situate in Bloom township, Fairfield county,
Ohio, one half mile North of the town of Royalton.
Said Farm contabis over
jTTWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-TWO Jji
more than two-thirds of the same under a
good state of cultix ation, and the balance wiU timber
ed. There are two farm houses, and a lsrge barn on
the same, aud levers 1 springs of never failing water,
and an orchard of the. choicest elections of grafted
. Said Farm can be divided so' a to raks two good
farms, and wrll be sold aenentrV or together.' to suit
r or particulars, si to price and terms person, de
sirous of purchaaingrejreferred to A. McVeigh, Eq-,
Lancaster. Ohln. nr to the trhdorsttrned.'who' witl be
found on the premiaea during the next two' weet-r.
oeps. ia, 1B63 , JAMH.S A- HAKHIBON.
of said countv. SAM. F. MACCRA KKN
September 3(1. 13o3 dwOfl
Estnte of Amundn Ttvymnn.
OTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber has
I been apppointed and quilified as ad.niniilratnr on
the Estate of Amanda Twymsn. lste of Ksirfie'd coun-
A LARGE Assortment ot every variety or style, i 'W m nVr
A. from plain to most beauliful Turkey binding! SPrtPI"bPr 1852 4kM
nuiid-aiidriiidTiv iiiiv pricea, at ine nooKsiere oi
Novembers JOHN L. TUTf:
Tniv instanceanittachmentwasll.il dsy issued
by Alfred McVeigh. 1 Justice of tho I'esce fi.r
tiormng lownsmp. r airi.eid county, Ohio, against the ; J gar, PhilnlnlphU crushed do.. Now Orleans Mo-
propeny mm iiuuci. 01 ji.i.n ..i.nenarr, a nnn resident l.,sei. Siinar-house and Goldi-n Svrup at
r B. 1W.
Tobncro nnd Cignrs.
II. U. HUNTER fc CO.
"VTTE have now received a large and complete as
A LARGE and superior lot of Cigar, an.l Tobacco, ! " """' ?' ' nVVST?oaH
for .ale at H. B. HUNTKS C( I wh".h 7d U,'T th,b,'u,S an1 eUu,8 tha oli
AT.D Gov. Ja-a snd Rio CofTd-e, Now Orleans So-
A NEW snd beantiful si
XA suitable tor Ladies' work stands
stand of RciirainRj, aud Soar.
All we ask nr require, is, that persons visiting ear
city in pursuit of good bargains', will gle a s Cail.
We detest hutnlriiggtry, aud. beaidel, oat gondamce
f xaasincrf, recommend themselves. Our slock is" full
II. B HI NTr'R-i CO. i bought in a cash market,' and we am aatufiaaf
; with small profits. We can supply oar customers
l.nswpe. J with almost every tiling heart can wash for, from ana
NEW sndbe.ntifulstvleof Phnsenne ji.i.i"''"l'',.V,f;m'
irs stands. iit received
H. B. HUNTKU 3e CO.
A ALWAYS on hand, a supply ol Lodgers, Records,
Day liuolts, etc., togethor with all kinds of ata
ttonsry,for sslo at unprecedented low prices, at the
book sfure of - JOHN' L. TUTHILL,
Nov 4 Telemph Building, 0iposile court-houso
CALL AND SETTLeT
THE subscriber being HnJer obligations to close the
business or the lato firm of M.-BltlDE & MIL
LER, respectfully invito all persons knowing them
selves indebted to said firm, to call snd pay their notes
snd accounts previous to thn 15th of December next, if
delayed aiter that time, all claims will be put Into tho
hand of proper officers for collection.
Millenport, sept. 23. lK52-3m (. C. MILLER.
.itn 1:11 11:3,
Of the beat Q'lnll.T- elwaj-a nn hat d.
YELLOW Rio Coffee, Green do. Java do; Young
Hyson Tess, Imperial do; Black do; Orleans anil
Loaf Sugars, Boston Syrup, prime .rticle, Orleans
Molasos, Sugar Unite do; Tobacco, Segars, cinnamon,
cloves, Nutmeg., Mace, etc etc at
a-.iiiiler 6. KLFF.MAN & CO.
; ! yard nf G, rent Calif o to suil suit of clothes for M.
;0 . Of Shoes, Hats, Bonnets, Hose, Ribbons, Paraaols.-
, suns, lawns. oarog.-a, oa lainea, guvnama, calicoes,
: cloths, cassimeres, Satinets, tweedt.ac , re are well
. m n'n . . ... ... K . -. . i HUDDiim ir" mr- u uiinyiwuim 'u mivaa,.
A ,ZL v,,"e K . ": . keep on hami the bert of Family Groceries,
r l.ithsive. t'hrotn Green, t.hrnmn Vellnw. Ijc. t . ,r . r o ... n. Vr
Paints, "lis. eVr.
A Few Boxes just received st the city city Dru
sloro. KDWARD L. bLOCVM.
Uncssler June It s
TEETH! TEETH!! TEETH!!!
H?COTT, Si'iwkom Dkwti.t, exactly opposite
the Tallmadge Homeland over Snuillcy's Hat
Store, iMtcat'er, Ohio. I have s very pleasant and
retired room; my present arrang ;m-nt Is perrasneut
and I will be hapnvto see mv friends who mav wish
rTMIE subsrf ifier offers at private sale an excellent 1 ! about tlwir teeth My ap .cial busincsn
I far... of J12a. les of land, silusted on Clearcronk. ! " ,utu, " n ', (f I.OnoiSOl 1 KKTH. I
in M.,i;.,n Inuiii.kin .Im... In... mll. .!.,.. ..( I IMVU lor neSTW W yeaiS IWlll SI
Iti-.il BM tl lit I'Hviili' Salr.
in Madison township, about four miloa southeast of .w I0'.ne"'y a y
An.auJa,and eight mile, south of tho city of this particular operation
imine at Deflection in
because it is oi inlinatclv
caster, joining on the aouth the land of Lewis YoUng'! grrstiir impnruiu e man all. omen. v. e can say with
mill tract, on the west tire lands of Isaac Wolf and 0- I enUre cfflirMrnce nr-wnliat all teeth can be saved per
r?n Abbott, on the north the land of Robert Fowler. """otly andforiye by filling every cavity as soon
On Laid farm thera is about 100 acres of clesmd land I " c,n 00 T 5 ' " ' " j rr.e nd '?r
underculUvatiou. and the balance first rata timbered: 1 ""N1 "J"'" c.h?', ""V nK"! J'.'. ""' "T" 'he
On it are two dwklmno housks, and S Orchards of j "Prtn o frequent exam.f. iti fh by thW I e ttist.
choice Fruit, is well watered with good springs and i Tnl? P1""11 b . t'mstdy and will
amiVKBrAiuro stbkam nussixa thkouoh iT,!obv,w,e tho nece..ty ul arUlidial teeth and sav
1 roa Vnrnlah
ANEW article, expreasly for Stoves, Grates, Iron
Fences, etc., just re.-eived at
My W U. B. HUNTER a- CO.
W iskIow Clesa.
CSSCity Brand, juit received sf
H.B. HUNTER C
Ptckrla. Prnsrs, flrnisits' Pcaeliea.
t ND a variety of nice things, fnt sale low
. . , I, ,
.71. cash al
H.B HUNTER CO.
including the water privilege for a Grist or other
Mill with tram U0 to io feet Tall near the road.
For further information apply to the subscriber ii
Lancaster, Ohio. GEORGE WEISZ
.July 17,1852 lmTl
WrtOI.rSALB AND. RKTAIL T.CAT.1CB I If
Every Variety of Family Groceries, Pro
visions, Nutions, Cordnge, Tar. Glass
nnd Stoneware, .
MAIN STREKT, LANCASTftR. OHIO.
INVITES the attention of the country and city trade
to hit extensive arrival fiom New Yor, which
makes his assortment complete. He il ready at all
times to attend to the wants of hfi customers, and' lot
It be understood at all times that he sells oh the aver
age lower than any house in Fairfield county, with
the express understanding that any sfticle bought at
his establishment that dou rt give satisfaction, ou re
turn of tha same, the money will be) refunded
Lanca-tor, Ju'y 80, 1663 lmwftnd
vast amount of suH'Mnng.
I have been residing in this clt y over twelve Years,
and heve, during that time, filled more than sixteen
thousand IbXHt teeth. I warrant all my fillings now
far SO years and rp wards, and expect to spend tha ra
inainderof my life in Lancaster. I have the pleasure
of referring to the older physicians of this city.
1T"AIms j s in mv office duri-ig business hours.
Respectfully, H. SCOTT.
N. B I extract Teeth audsttond to other diseases
of the mouth as usual, . sept 7 3m
RO"Ab WAGONS FOR SALE.
IT7E oB'er at private sale twotsix-hofsa Road Wse-
YV ont, with broad tire. They will be sold very
low for cash, or we will trade them on fair tonus fof
Buggies of two-horse Wagons.
We have a so the HARNESS for both teams, which
will be so'd upon reaaonab's terms or tiade as above.
These articles can be seen at the residence of Mr.
E. Martin, three miles North of Rushrille, on the
road to ThornvUle. E. B. McLAUGHUN,
August 19 4wl3 J. f ART1N
w. 11 r.- I i rr. lV. C . . Sf l U Dl '
seed Oil. Turpontine and all kinds of Varni-h for uls "T if ' 6 ' '
ii.B.BiaibKt.m 'Ano w, ,r.,iwaji irmpUed wtth a large and valu
! able stock nf Rend? V lHfldV finikin, made hmrmi
at home, os special ordrr, and therefore gieatiy preM
ferable to that imported Iron eastern slop-sbtrpr,
tTCash and country Produce always taken in ex
change lor soodv KEINMCSD MARTIN.
Anril 30, ISM. d89
liissolntina. of Pnrtnershlp.
f fHE Partnership heretofore existing under tltaf
X nsm. and firm of ROPK H HECK, is thia dav dn.
I tofred by mutual consent, the books and accounts are
tn the nands ol I B ri wno win maae an secue
menu, and by whom all claims againtt said firm will
. oe pain. . r. ,
March 36,1853. J. F. bECE.
. New Arrang'eWeiif.' .
I fTIIIE undersigned having bought the entire InteT-
I m . . I t 1 I 11 1 .1 f l i
9i ui - tcuj r . uKi,-n , uv ot ia, dunuuii. un nsro
ware business at his old standoppoSlte the Tallmadge
House, where he will constantly keep on hand a gen
eral assortment of Hardware, which he will positive
ly tell cheaper than any house in the city can sell.
Ho incites his1 old friends and the public generally to
call on him before purchasing elsewhere, fs he is de-'
termihed to give genera satisfaction.
rj"All persons knowing themselves Indebted tothsT
undersigned, or the late unn of Bope at Beck, are
eamestlv requested to call and settle, as the buslBess
of th firm saust be settled up at as early a dv as
posaibla. P. BOPE ;
Uncastelf, Msvrh 39. 1853.
rirr. Fire, l.if, l ire, Tire.
rnilE underslmed at Arentofthe CITY TNSTf
L RANGE COMPANY OF CINCINNATt, ia pre-'
psrea to insure property oi any aeacnpion sgainax
damage nr 1 1 nr., in tne lows ol Lancastaw
A Prime srticl". Danlal Resm't best white wheat
Flmir.for rU at II. B. HUNTER 4 CO.
Marble, Sandstone nnd Freestone Factory.
OUR Machinery ia now in nirces -ful operation, and
nersons wantins any of the following named ar
ticles, would consult lhir own interest and confers
favor bv giving us a call.
ilO.VU.VBNTjr ol Marble, we will furnish at
HEAD ANT) FOOTSTOSES of the same; We
hav of beautiful forms and highly polished.
MOyUMESTS Or s.tMisru.VK in a great
variety or forma. I load and KootstotrCTol rb same
an lot Freestone.
S.lxaSTOXk F01I rfUlt.rrtSClti. &f .Range
work.C'aps and m l,Canp1n for wjJTs oV Chfrrrneyf,
Flooring for Porticos, Flagging for Wallts or Spiine
hnuses. Columns. Gate or FencepostSiwell-fOpt and
Hearths. A. J. LILLY & CO.
Unefster, May f?, 1863. dw3
Books and st'aTIoxery.
Telearrnp nulldl nsj . oppoalta Ceitrl Haute.
AGENF.RAL Assortment or STIIOOL BOOKS,
Blflt.ES.BLNK BK)KS,PAvPERnd STATION
ERY, of superior quality, for sale at fery low nricea.
May 3. JOHN L. TUTIIILL.
Dr. Homer C ShnMr,-
rTiENDERS his pTofeasIohkl services to the cliizens
I oi Lancaster and the public eenerallv.andhooes
bv a dilieent and careful attention to the business nl
hit profession, to merit a share of public patronage.
Whon not absent on prnfeasional btnineea, be may be
found at Dr. Whitb's Ornea. . .
Laacaster, March ,1863ri : - .tori
iota or dsmare by FIRE,
and victnrfy. Olfice-: Msin Street, Foster's Buildiaa.
WINIXTVT Ot.ASS.-W hall bexea ft by 1U
and 8 half boxes 10 by U. McCuUj't superior
Window Glass for sale by
OTTO W. KRAIMER.
Cash paid for broken Glass. -Lancaster,
May 89. 1851 4
PLASTER OF PA BIS. &C
K. Barrels Calcined Platter, 80 Jo Water Lraae.W
f grouad Plaster, for tale by
Lancaster, June 36,.