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Sljc WtcU Gdztiit.
SLLJ. GEN. WMFIELD SCOTT
' " FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
WILLI A HI A. GUAM A 91
Ot KOBTH CAROL! HA
EDWARD D. MANSFIELD,
WILLLIAM DENNISON, Jr.
1st. Dirt. CHARLES ANDERSON,
THOMAS J. LARSH,
JOHN W. DEFREES, -DANIEL
HANSON L. PENN,
JOHN MILTON WILLIAMS
JOHN I. VANMETER,
WILLIAM E. FINCK. .
JAMES R. STANBERY,
A. BANNING NORTON,
ALEXANDER LEWIS, .
ROBERT B. MOORE,
VAN R. HUMPHREY,
WILLIAM L. PERKINS,
SILAS C. CLARK,
JOHN A. BINGHAM.
. CITY OF LANCASTER:
Wednesday Evening, Oct 80, 1825
TO THE WHIGS OF OHIO.
Whig State Central Committee Room,
Colvmbus, Ohio, Oct. 18 185a.
Sinco the Presidential election of 1814
you have had no State organization which
could be relied upon, and no full rote has
beou cast in Ohio. Your State policy se
cured your ascendency until 1848. Such
was the character of your Stato policy, and
the bearing of your public men, that no vote
capable of being fairly construed into disap
probation of your administration of the State
government has ever been obtained.
You went out of power unspotted and un
eond'etnaed. Questions of undoubted im
portance, but having no natural or proper
connection with party politics, divided and
distracted your attention. Personal al
liances, and political combination, appar
ently founded upon no principle higher tlmn
, that of personal convenience, have controll
ed the State. In the absence Of any great
occasion calling for united exertion, you
have suffered your elections to go by default.
In the last Gubernatorial election, the plu
rality for Governor Wood was 26,000 votes
and yet his vote was by more than ten thou
sand smaller than you gave to Mr. Clay in
1844. No majority or plurality has been
given against us which a full Whig vote
would not have beaten. The vote against
us, which gave Governor Wood a plurality
of 26,000, was but about 7000 votes more
than. General Taylor's vote la the disas
trous and hopeless canvass of 1848, when it
is well known that more Whigs stayed at
home than would be amply sufficient to over
come that odds. The cause of our succes
sive defeats appears to have been 1st,
Want of organization and cohesion among
ourselves, which have always kept back the
vote. 2d, Combinations against us, which,
from the nature of the case could only be
temporary, and which are already visibly
falling to piecci.
In this condition of thing?, yon have dis
tinctly in issue the principle of protection to
, American Industry, and the great Western
doctrine of Internal Improvements, con
nected with the name of Wikfifxd Scott
bs a candidate for the Presidency. The
(State of Ohio has never given its votes-!
gainst those principles, nor withheld Its sup
port from a man w hoso claims to the confi
dence and gratitude of his country could be
shown. by so many titles. On the subject
of slavery, which has recently absorbed so
much attention, ho is in fact and in profes-
eion a disciple of Jefferson, and as un
objectionable to both North and South as
any man nut committed and pledged to sec
tional feelings. Thus you have presented
the first opportunity for a common eflbrt.with
' a cordial union of purpose and union of hearts,
To this end you sent your delegates to
tneet in Convention in Columbus, on the
' 21st day of July last. You knew what your
strength had been in '.he State, and how you
had been deprived of it. You knew that
your principles and your candidate always
had been and were etill acceptable to t lie
people of Ohio; and in this faith you deter
mined to conquer. You had been bound
With green withes but felt that your locks
had not been shorn. You nominated an e
lectoral ticket, and commissioned this com
mittee to organize the State. No one ex
pected an easy victory; no one expected fa
vorable results, except by putting forth the '
exertions requisite to press conviction and
Inspire thoroughly with confidence in our
cause, the public mind.- Under mutual
pledges of faith and duty, the members of
your Convention separated each to his field
The first step you all agreed upon. It
was too obvious to admit of hesitation. That
step consisted in ascertaining, through the
instrumentality of a thorough organization,
which of the people of the State were hope
lessly against us; which were firmly with us;
Which were open to conviction, and upon
what points of opinion the votes of the doubt
ful were likely to turn. Until this was
known, all exertions would be but a careless
waste of energy; these facts ascertained,
everything etse to be done could be done sys
tematically and'ccrtainly. It does not be
. come us to say whether this duty has been
well or 111 performed, but we state the result
of it to be, a thorough and abiding conviction
that you can if you will, give the electoral
Votes of Ohio to your candidates and your
Unexpected delays were encountered in
the organization; and the only real effective
Work likely to produce a result in votes has
bee eVlle within the last few weeks. One
ttf the first clear results of out organization
Was to show that there was little probability
of rallying a full vote at the State election.
Yet the work that has been done within the
last three weeks had produced results. Re
turns are yet so imperfect that no satisfacto
ry analysis can be made; but taking the most
unfavorable view, and conceding the imper
fect.erroneous and exaggerated claims of our
adversaries, and it is shown that all their
oretended exultation is over a loss on their
last previous majority of ten toff teen thousand
Botes'. Taking the returns, fmperiect as they
reach us. they indicate another light vote i
the State."' The State candidates have eve
rywhere been treated as secondary, and the
test vote has generally been given upon one
or another of the local candidates. In some
places this has been done for members of
Ceuffs.- In others for county officers.
But ow advices are uniformly thatUENEK
AL SCOTT will get a larger vote than the
favored local candidates. : The only general
conclusion . to be deduced, therefore, is that
there has been a general, and in the afrere
'gate.large reduction of the majorities against
vs. Those counties which organized prompt
ly now see the benefits of that organization.
Those which postponed it to the last mo
ment, and then took hold of It with reluc
tance. also see where they are landed . In
three districts intended to 1e strongly and
afely Lacofoeo.we have elected Whig mem
bers of Congress. Harrisoii, Campbell and
Saw are safe. In this district, the majority
of 800 or 10Q0 votes against us has vanished.
13th - r
Olds, if legally elected at all. Is elected only
by the narrowest possible escape. The vote
is decidedly a vote of condemnation.
In Knox eountv.cnminonlv I-orofnco from
800 to 1000 majority, every Whig candidate
put in nomination was elected, and in vari
. - . .
ous other localities where our full strength
was put forth our opponents were either
beaten entirely or triumphed at a poor dying
rate. Hamilton county, the first time lor ten
years, has wheeled Into Una with her solid
columns. The Resorve counties have done
nobly, generously, more than their share to
wards redeeming the State, but will do much
better in November. From the Northwest
not much has reached us, but the indications
are that we have at worst lost nothing there.
With their rapidly growing vole and large
Locofoco preponderance, for us to lose noth
ing at the State election is equivalent to
large gains elsewhere. It is a glorious omen
for November. The naturalized vote if, in
many localities, more largely with us than
ever before, but in November tens will be
substituted for units now. We know of no
one except the Whig candidates for county
officers in Knox county, who received as
large a vole as they say they can give Scott
in the same locality. But in other districts,
where a full vote was not necessary to se
cure thecandidates, the Whigs turned out
badly. The most favorable vote in the Con
gressional districts of Messrs. Ball.Tati.or
and Harlah would be no indication at all of
the Whig strength. The only true infer
ence to be drawn from the helter-skelter con
test between local candidates last Tuesday
is that our friends are gaining courage
and strength. They accomplished results
which two months ago were deemed i.n pos
sible. In no case where they have chosen
to do their utmost, has their success fallen
much short of expectations. Far more might
have been done, but regrets are useless.
The truth is, all eyes are turned to the con
test for the Presidency. On that and that
only do the Whigs of Ohio propose to test
tneir whole strength. Clark, and Preble,
and Franklin, and Delaware, and other coun
ties, which are now receiving the plaudits of
me state, propose to add still another wreath
to their laurels on that occasion. Ross,
Moskingum, Scioto, die. will redeem their
standing In the Whig ranks. Unless our
friends entirely mislead us in the different
counties, victory is clearly within our reach.
Thegreat Patriot who led us in 1844, and
with whom Ohio Whigs triumphed with the
same principles now in issue, is no more.
The mists and clouds with which nartv pre
judice and the acrimony of party warfare ob
scured his tame, are dispelled. The people,
with no dissenting voice, have vindicated j
his character. They sent him, unnnnrecia.
ted and unrewarded, to a patriot's grave,
but With an emphasis admitting neither
doubt nor opposition, they have declared
him worthy to be enrolled among the few,
the immortal names that were not born to
die. A. he approached the termination of
his earthly career they saw clearly much
that had been perverted or hidden, and with
hearts all alive to the greatness, the wisdom
and the purity of hs patriotism, they poured
with a common impulse their unavailing
tears ito his grave. Who ia there that
does not feel a loftier pride a nobler tri
umph in having been with HERRr Clay de.
teat-d in 1844 than he could have felt at find,
ing himself among his more successful op
Another name not less bright nor less
glorious is no.v before you. His fi?ld of ac
tion has been different, more full of peril,
more various, more brilliant. uch .career
never happened by accident. It can only
result from high talents and large virtues.
The men who drew the inspiration of their
ambition, and lnidtlio f u-.dations of their
character in the examples of our revolution
ary epoch are rapidly passing awuy. Every
age has its peculiar impress, hut history
may be searched in vain for a race of men at
all comparable either in the virtues of head
or heart, with flip nobis patriots who a
chieved our revolution, or sprung immedi
ately from its loins, extending its maxims
and its spirit of self devotion through the
succeeding generation. ' One ofthe few re
maining, and mnst illustrious of these, is
Wirtield Scott. Honors, if gni(l!;in'ly
bestowed now, will be hereafter multiplied
with remorseful abundance at bis tomb.
We feel almost ashamed to have dwelt for a
moment upon his chances of success. It is
a labor of love, of justice and of gratitude.
If we refuse it, our children should bo and
will be ashamod of us. Push on, brother
Whigs. Push on!
We are conscious of truth when we say
that the share of this greut work assigned
to vx has been done, t he event will soon
be past yoitr reach, never to be recalled.
Other work may bo doite at some other
time this must be done now or never. If
he ever faltered when danger was to be en
countered, or duty to be performed for your
sakes, then mnyyou falter now. Otherwise
scatter your doubts to the winds, and push
In conclusion, we have only to repeat the
recommendations contained in our circular
ofthe 14thinst.,to county committees.
v I. Perfect youp-organization immediately.
In this way you learn whut persons can be
reached by persuasion and what kind of
persuasion to use.
II. Call into the field as many active,
energetic Whigs as you can, and assign to
each one a certain portion of your county,
till the county is provided for. Let each
man be held responsible for his own work,
and set no one at it who cannot be depended
III. Arrange for school house meetings
in every township, and have them addressed
by the best speakers you can command.
Give them the facts and arguments, and they
will do the work, whether your speaker shall
bo eloquent or not.
IV. Arrange for large meetings whenev
er and wherever they will do good, but fail
not to push your township work. The con
test will be short; make it also sharp and
decisive. You will, of course, attach no im
portance to the bragging estimates of our
adversaries. The State can be carried Tor
Scott. ' ' '
. A. F. PERRY,
CWrm Whig State Central Committee.
VaxisaTed Newspafers. Our files of
papers from San Francisco are of varied
huea-the majority being dirty brown,but
others of gayer colors, pink, orange, green,
buff, &c. There appears to be e great scar
city of printing paper in California, and
wrapping paper or such other substitute as
can be procured ia necessarily used. The
San Francisco Journal says:
Sacramento Union continues to reach us
on good white paper, manufactured of four
sheets ot paper, the suie or ordinary fools
cap, pasted together, an evidence, we take
The San Francisco Whig says: "The
great scarcity of printing paper continues
to be felt. There is an enormous consump
tion ol the article in this marnet, and it is a
matter of wonder to us that shipper, at
home have not turned more attention to It.
Unless shipments are speedily made, the
scarcity must exist, in a great measure,for a
long time to come. v ..
' Whio Meetiro. We trust our friends will
bear in mind the shortness of the notice and
publish the fact aa widely as possible, that
Ex-Gov. Letcher, of Kentucky, and R. G.
Corwin, Esq., of Lebanon, will address the
people of Fairfield on Friday evening, at 13
o'clock. , Both are able speaker, ud calcu
lated to please. Let there be an attendance
worthy ef the men. ";;
I Whio Address. We invite every friend
Lf SCOTT tt GRAHAM to read the address
we pnb,h Xo CAREFULLY AND
j ATTENTIVELY The Journal .ays that
1. 1.1 J .1 .1 1 T I ft. .
"the address of the Whig Bute Centra
Committee. In another column, will attract
general attention. It isastirrinar. nbledVe-
jument, and will show our friend. .. well
foe. that we have the destinies
of the State in our hands. If we tee fit to
use it, Ohio cannot fail to give her vote for
Scott.and all the advices we have from ev-
ery quarter are, that from this time till elec
tion day, there will be unceating efforts.
One letter says, "we commence our system
of township meetings on Monday (yester
day) and close only with the second of No
vember. We shall largely increase our
vote, and mora largely increase our majori
That is the right spirit. Let every county
act promptly and vigorously, and we shall
have an 1844 victory in Ohio.
Correction. We were in error in stating
in our Issue on Monday last, that William
KuqtTA, who left with Crim & Sturgeon in
April last, for California, arrived at Dow
nieville, about the 1st of September. Let
ters have since been received, bringing the
melancholy intelligence that he died at Great
Suit Lake, Utah Territory, on the way out.
He was a most excellent citizen, and has
left a wife and several children, now residing
about four miles East of Lancaster.
-. The writer for the Telegraph denies
that it was started under the auspices of the
Old's faction; but does not deny that it is op
posed to Col. Medill. . It might as well, for
both are equally true.
leads the column. Locofoco
Gen. Worth, good Democratic authority
says he comes in half an hour after the bat
tle is over. .
Presidential Election Time of closing
the Polls. Some days since we published
the substance of a note, from one of our
subscribers, making inquiry whether any
law had been passed changing the tune
closinc the noils st the Presidential election
The law regulating the State election, pass-
ed last winter, provides that the polls shall
be kept open till six o'clock, p. m., but os
no refprenrn wna mnHp to the Presidential
election, our frit-nd nnnnsed thar the time
for cksing in November, would be as it
had been in years past.
Upon an investigation ofthe law regula
ting elections forPresident,found in Swan's
Statutes, page 302, it will be seen that the
time for closing the polls is to be "the same
hours," &.C., ns"is or may be directed by law
for electing members of the General Assem
bly of the State."
It is thus seen that llio judges are to keep
the polls open, at the Presidential election
till six o'clock, the same as they did at the
State election. The law fixing the time of
Closing the poll, at the election of (State of
ficers governs the other, and settles all con
troversy in the case. O. 8. Journal. '
H. O. Farrell's Celebrated Arabian Llnimsnt.
It ii an erroneous idoa that diaeaPA rannot ho rnrrd
except by u!:in largo qimnfitiea of inedicinpa into
the htomach. iiTuri-at manvcaapn nt'whirh inucMn-
jury ia dinip, a though the disease in poi J be actually
curca- i ne coaia on 1110 sromarn ny conunuou une 01
natiaeattn mixluroa, frnqm iitly bucomo bo much ilia,
onlenhl that tho digctivf unction is seriously injur
ed tho rnault ol" which i dvapepsia, nvrvouatHiaa,
rholica, alternate tliarrtuea anil roa ivenesN.tlalitlenre,
nuhtinari1. otc.. otc Wou d it not, tliei-i-foro. bp vnrv
do.irablp to f oshpub a remedy, wliit-h b'.'iug applied
txterr.allg would oxcitaihn absoibi'iila to incrnaacd
action. .iH thus carry otf through ihi, n-Huliutn, t-Iio
dilttprinua principla which ia direct eavse ofthe
inswap, ?uroiY d rfry lUiilMng mini win nuiiiii luat
this would not on'y b-"th,i moat plcamut, I tit by far
theaafiat moan, to nirict tho doired end. The al
most tipoi human cun'i upvfornied bv IheArubian phv-
alciana in tho days of old wero mainly pilectett by Ill's
couran ot trealniont, and tho insrodiruita of which JL
(i. Farrclt't Celebrated Jr.wiua Ltnimei.t is com
posed, aro OAliartCi' liom rare plants pnculini' to Ara
iiia. Tliis great Liniment (which is now to be hut of
moxtrenpei'taMe druj;giats and merchant in every
town in tho United States) is daily effecting cure's
which seem boyond the power of medicine 10 con
trol consumption, bronchitis and liver comp'aints in
their first stagfs, nervous altections, Indigestion en
largement ot the sp'oen, scrofulous tumors, goitro,
etc., ete., are frnquently cured, and always relieved
by its ue. It is unsurpassed as an anodyno reliev
ing severe pains in a few minutos after application, it
soothes thn irritated nerves, and produces that do-
ugntiu' tranqui lty so grateiui,io ine nervous lnva'iu.
Spralns,bruiaoa,wounds. burns, Bore throat, chiib'ains,
rheumatism. aun pain, etc., etc., aro speedily cuied
by it, and tor nearly t' mi'ments in hordes nr cattel,
requiring an external app kation, it is an effectual re
medy. LOOK OCT FOB COUNTERFEITS!.
The public are caution id against another counter
r.iit, which has lately made it, appearance, cabled IV.
B FarreWo -A ruhian Liniment the mont daneerous
of all the counterfeits, because his having the name
of Farrell, many will buy in good faith, without the
xnowieuge inai acounierieiiexiitiH, ana inoy win per
haps only discover thoir error when the spurious mix-
lure has wrought its evil effects.
Hie genuine artico is manuiactureu oniy dv tt. u.
Farrell. so'e inventor and proprietor, ana who'osaie
druggist. No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom
all applications for Agencies must he addressed. Ho
sure you gei 11 wimiue 'euerni. u ooiora rarreu s,
thus 11. G. KARUKl.l.'S and his signature on the
wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
So d by G. KAWFMAN & CO., Lancaster,
and by regu ar'y authorized agents throughout the U
nited Status. Price 35 and 6U centa, and tl f bottle.
AGKNTis WANTKD in every town, vi lage and
ham'et in the United Stales, in which one Is not al
ready established. Address H. G. Farrell as above,
accompanied with good reference as to character.rp
sponsibiiity, etc. Sept. 2 1m
A Viiluable I'iiiih lor Sale,
fflHE subscriber will spll his Farm, one mile west
JL of Lancaster, containing 16H terns, RO acres of
which ara cleared and under good cultivation. There
is a good Flouhiiyo MrLt. on the samp,aituatpd with
in a Tew rods of tho Zanesville and Msysrille Turn
pike, with two good run of stones, turned lv sn
o v -rahot wheel. There aro also on the promises three
never failing springs of water accommortious and
convenient dwelling house, spring house, ba.rn.iind an
orchard of first rate fruit. Heing desirous to remove
to the West, the subscriber wit dispose of the above
Lands upon terms that cannot fail to suit any person
wishing to purchase. Indisputable, titln can be given.
September 9, 1852. HENRY SUTZIN
, FARM FOR SALE.
THE undersigned, being desirous to change his bu
siness ot life, now offers for sslo a valuable
K ARM, situate in Uloom township, Fairfield county,
Ohio, one half mile North of the town of Royalton
- Said Farm contains over v
FTVO HUNDRED AND 81XTY-TWO Bj!
ACRES; more than two-thirds ofthe iimi nmlera
good stat. of cultii ation, and the balance well timber
ed. There are two farm houses, and a large barn on
the same, and several springs of never failing water,
and an orchard of the choicest aoiectiens of grafted
Said Farm can be divided so as to make two good
farms, and will bo told seporate or together, to suit
For particulars, to price sni'terms persons dp.
sirous ofpnrc.ha-rng.are referred to A. McVeigh.Esq ,
Uncaster. Ohio, or to the undersigned, who will be
found on the premiaea during the next two weeks.
Sept. 13. lfea JAMES A HARBISON.
AT my Instsnce an attachment was this day issued
by Alfred McVeigh, a Justice of the'Pesce for
Hocking township, Fa&field county, Ohio, ngabist the
property and effects of lohn Minehart, a non-resident
of said county. SAM. F. MACCRA."KEN
September 80. 1369 ' w90"
' ' STEAM SAW MILL.
THE undersigned has just put into operation a
Steam Saw Mill, In Pleassnt township, 6 miles
North of Lancastitr. on the Millersport road, where
ha ia now prepared to fill all orders for Lumber tf
very aescripnost, ine anonsa. noi ic.
Sept. 1, 1850 3inl6 , DAVID CTTPP.
CALL AND SETTLE. .
THE s-s'bacriber be ing under obligations to close the
business ofthe late firm or McBRlDK fc MID
LER, resooctfullv invite all Demons ksowinf them
selves Indebted to midfirm.to call and ov their sursea
and accounts previous to the loth of December next, if
delayed after that time, all claims will be put into, the
bands of proper officers for collection.
UUlersport, sept. 93, 1853-3m O. C. MILtXB.
New Yom. Oct. IS. Th Cre.wat City
but not to cummnnlc.i. with the
vans upiurr uar iii7iiL-wa aiiowrtrio rtmn
Boats filled with police surrounded1 the
I , m,?r "ntpt. IWr. who wm
17.: -."..J."' . L:."
, of the firm of Drakes Sl Co., came on board
' company with a Cuban official, end en -
I mici luaii t,uiiBiii. f iirrwirui m r. in lira ifi .
c"v wpa to compromise, but L.pt.in 1'orter
"""" uoiuiiik any comiiiuiiiciiun in uie
matter, except with the American Consul.
Afterwards, Mr. Morelaml, Con-til, In com-
pany with the Capt-in of the Post, came
4 aloilir sidi!. but thn dnnnlit mimm nnl iwrmit.
r r -. r .
ted to board. Capt-in Porter handed bim
in. proiesi snu put to sea. AS .he passed
1-ucujiii iiuiisn, inounanua were ..-emoieu
witnessinj the scene in breathless silence.
As the steamer passed Moro, she ruu up the
star spangled banner, fired a gar,, and swept
out to sea.
From New York.
Nemt York. October 18. Advices from
Bonaire to the 4th, state that there was a
violent gate there on the 27th. Every ves
sel at White Paris was driven ashore or more
or less damaged. Many buildings were
blown down, and much salt destroyed.
G. A. S. Crookcr was nominated by the
Whigs of the 33d Congressional district.
The Black Warrior arrived this morning
from Mobile and Havana. Sho carried the
Crescent City's mails and passengers to
Havana. Twenty Creoles from Puebla
Abago were arrested fir conspiring against
the Government. Otherwise quiet. Span
ish vessels are. ciuisiirg about the Moro to
prevent the Crescent city from entering the
harbor. The officers of the Warrior were
treated with marked courtesy.
Arrival ol the Arctic.
New York, Oct. 16: The Arctic arri
ved at 8 o'clock P. M. She brings 160 pas
sengers. Ship Mobile, of Bath, from Liverpool,
for New Orleans, was wrecked on the 29th
ultimo, on the Irish coast, in consequence
of carelessness of steering by the second
mate. Sixty passengers and 23 crew on
board. A 1 perished except nine persons.
Commercial advices from India are favor
able particularly for the import trade. Con
sols ot London, for money and account, 99
Liverpool corn Market Flour, market
Philadelphia 21s 3d; Ohio 21s 6d;
Western Canal 26s. Corn, Small business
juoing, white ii33s retail.
Philadelphia, Oct. 15. The Washing
ton, (N. C.) Herald states that the Webster
movement in that city has been abandoned.
At a meeting on the 11th inst. only 5 persons
were present. A resolution breaking up
the organization was adopted.
The Oocitn Disabled.
Erie, Oct. 15th. The schooner North
Carolina, reports steamer Ocean at anchor
off Long Point, nearly in middle of the Lake,
having broke her shaft. She has a large
load of passengers on board.
Barque I'tica Ashore.
Erie, Oct. 15th, 1852. Ilarque Utica is
ashore at Long Point, with four feet water
in her hold. She is loaded with Rail Road
Iron for Chicago.
Sailing of Mfciimcr.
New York, Oct. 16. The Atlantic
sailed at noon with 1 1 1 , passengers and
$400,000 in specie.
The U. S. ship Powhattan sailed for
OcDENSBt'RGH, N. Y., Oct. 19. Fire this
morning commenced on Isabella street.
Neurly hulf of tho business part of the town
destroyed. Loss in buildings and goods
All Hail! I'loiida.
Baltimore, Oct. 19. Cubell is at Rich
mond. He savs he has sufficient returns to
sutiHfy himsolfof his election with that of
the Whig Governor..
Pittsburgh, October 19. Official returns
for Congress in the 11th district, H. B.
Wright, Dem, majority over II. M. Fuller
173. Uiver 2 feet 0 inches anil tailing
DIED, in Madison township, Sept. 7th,
1852, Mrs. ROSANNA ABBOTT, wife of
Oren Abbott, Esq., after an illness of about
ten days. She was first attacked on the
Saturday week previous, with symptons of
cnoiera-morous, to wnicn she ha been fre
quently subjected, but did not pay much at
tention to it until the. Monday following,
when it assumed a more violent form, and
recourse was had to the usual remedies un
til early on Thursday, in the meanwhile
there being hopes of a speedy recovery; but
on that day the disease became more violent
and assumed the symptoms of flux. A phy
sician was then called in who visited her
daily until her dentil. On the Sunday be
fore, she appeared better and her physician
had hopes of her recovery; but on Monday,
although tho disease was brokon, nature
was not strong enough to recover, and she
grudually sank away. -
She was in her fifty-fifth yenr. She was
a member for many years of the German
Reformed Church, and has been, a resident
of Fairfield county since early youth. She
leaves behind a husband and five children
and numerous relative, and friends to mourn
her departure. Com.
From the Marysvil!e(Cal.)Merald, Sept. 11.
DIED Suddenly at Barton's Bar, on
Sunday, the Sth inst, James C. Maccrack
ek, of Lancaster Ohio, aged about 32 years.
. The deceased came to California in the
early part of last spring and, during his
residence here, his many amiable qualities
endeared him to a lurge circle of friends.
By his immediate fumily nil high personal
qualities can alono be appreciated, and his
loss will be felt by them with a poignancy
which none butthoBe who have been placed
in similar circumstances, can feel. To his
youthful wife his loss will be most keenly
felt, and to whom the sympathies of his nu
merous friends are tendered. His prattling
children are happily unconscious of that
loss which to them will never be supplied.
May He, who tempers the wind, take care
of and be to them a father. To bis numer
ous friends on tho other side of the water,
his death will occasion heartfelt sorrow; and
whilst they drop the manly tear to his mem
ory, let them remember that it is but a aues-
tion of time to all, and that all must pass
that bourne from whence no traveler re
turns. ' " "; . , 8
One Dollar Keward. . - -
U ANA WAY from the subscribers, on the 3d dsy
October. IBM, Calvis L. Sutheis. an indented
Apprentice to the Boot and Shoe making business. He
is aoour einicon years 01 age. aii peraona are cau
tioned against harboring or trusting him on our ac
- Masonic Celebration. .
rrtHK Masonic Fraternity of Lancaster will cele
X trate the coming 100th Anniversary of General
Gkohsb Washjsotok's Initiation into their order,
on Thurtday the 4th day of November next. All
Bret hreu in good standing are respectfully invites to
participate in the ceremoniestif the day.
Lineastar, October 81, 1851 n 23
Ulan la Summon
I comacuL nrmLwraczT
Thumday Oct 9iVht u .
! I.J iAOTVVn?W5 u ' ef ,rei
1 Apr,!,., is .. if o.??' ? .V .
.elwm Potatoe. 75 Turnip. 3040.l
New York Iarkrt.
! New York, Oct. 10. Cotton middling
upland at 10J. middling Orleans at 101
i e.V. r lour, BUI. 1.37. K.,iKr a tC,r
4,75, Ohio 4024.50 easier owino-1 in
creased srrivals. V beat. Southern 951 ror
inferior. Ohio 107 steadv. r.' ..
!-ila1l .,..tu I . fi '
. .1 2 ' u, ' aw..; . J U J
; Pork, mess 1 1 70. prime 15,50. chiefly
-.-tail, closing dull. Beef unchanged. Lard
, in bbls.
llM 12,lutter elii'htly prune. Suz.r
Huscavado 65. Molasses, Muscavado
20 21. Coffee, Rio 8ija9, Java, 10J. Lin
seed Oil 70g7 1. Kentucky Tobacco at Sj
u8. Ohio Whisky at 23, prison 23.
Cleveland, Oct. 18. Receipts show a
bout 25,000 bush Grain afloat this morning.
Steamers news has csused an advance on
wheat; sales were readily made at 77c for
Northern, and 81c, for White. There was
about 8000 bushels White sold at 81c, and
balance on Market being Northern .old at
Corn Market steady at 6lJ352c, with
ale 2000 bush at b'2c.
Flour A little more firmness, and strait
brands superfine in demand at 3,TH; extra
Buffalo, Oct. 18. Flour There is good
demand in the flour market to-day notwith
standing the further advance in freights
and holders are firm. The sales are near
1700 bbls at about former rates.
Corn quiet and supply limited, sales CC00
bush at 57c.
Barley dull and quotations nominal, a
choice sample was offered at 60c.
Oats steady and in moderate demand.
Srles 10,000 bush at 35c.
Hops 25 bales Madison CO., sold at 20c.
, Clncinunti Market.
CurciasATt, Oct. 19. River fallen four
inches since yesterday. Flour steady, with
demand equal to supply 83,20(7? 3,22 for
shipping brands, and 83,25(33,28 for good
retailing brands. Whisky 16jc. Nothing
new in Groceries. A moderate demand at
4c to 5c for Sugar; 28c to 30 for Molasses.
New Yoric, Oct. 18. Beeves are scarce
and in demand at 8Jcpibnet. The offer
ings during the week have been 2500; 100
cows and calves sold at 20 to 40 each, and
11,000 sheep and lambs at 1,50 to 5 for
sbeep, and 1,50 to 4, for lambs.
Oxygenated littler. In Bairnpc.
Utter from Ilov. L. DOOLITTLE, a highly reapecta
Pasis, November 1, 1852. Dear Sir. Abont two
yesrs sinco I made use of a few bottles of your Oxy
genated Bitters, tor a stomach complaint, whLh was
at that time relieved. During the past year, having
niitM-TO somewnar in my general neaitn, my medical
advisers recommended, sea rovseeUml some twelve
months respite from public duty.
Since my slay i. Inglandsnd France, I have found ;
my old enemy, irritability of the stomach, returning
again. I have not found any prescription to afford me
r. liof, and;l made inquires in London for your Oxy
genated Bitti rs, but rould not find any. I write now
to beg you will do me the favor to send by the.earlivst
steamarto Havre, ha'l a dozen bottles, care of Living
ston, Wells 4 Co , H Place de la Brarse, Paris.
An old Irisnd of mine in Kng and. Captain Jackson,
of thu British Army, I found, on my arrival, amfTering
liom Aatama, manifestly the result of Dyspepsia. If
you nave a muiil to sent me an additional half . dozen
bottle, I should like to have the Captain try the medi
cine, j should not troubled you with this, but for a
wih to be quite sur. of obtaining the genuine article!
and tngi ther with the hopo of my own relief, extend
a be.n?lit to cthvr suQ'crers liko myself.
1 bi g lo observe, as I ara not a are that my name
is known to you, that I have boon the reaidont clergy
man fo'somDtwonty-tlirao years, in Sherbrnok and
Lennoxv i!lo, Canada East, to which charge I bo e to
bo able to return in the spring or summor next fo low
ing. I remain, dear sir, your obedient servant.
Dr. O. B. 0ke, Windsor. Vt L DOOLI iTLE
1U:KI). A US TIN &Co.. Wholasala Drnmirf. Kn.
26, Mtirchtnt,' Ilow, General Agents.
Price, tl p bottle: six bottles for $5.
SoU by U. KAUKKMAX &Co., Lancaster.
ID-ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONnKR' 1.
roMA-rrTo Dvsi'KPTics. Dr. J. S. HOUtiHTON'S
PKPSIN, The True Digntive Fluid, or Gastric Juice.
proparod from RENNET, or the fourth stomach
Ox. after uirectioua ot' Baron LIEBIU, the
great Physiological chemist, by J.8. Hodohtok, M.
D., Philadelphia. This is truly a wonderful remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, liver complaint,
constipation an.1 dohility, curing after Nature's own
method, bv Nature's own anent. the Gastrin J?Ve .
Pamphlets, containing Scientific evidence of its value.
,.,....mi-u ot aceuis gratia. Bee ecauce among the
medical advertisements. 47
Ir snorr.n nr irKrvs:RSAi.i.T iimwitFnr Ir is
strictl y true thst indigestion is the parent of a lsiro
proportion of the fatal diseases. Dysentery, diarr
hea, cholera morbus, liver complaint! and many other
diseases enumerated in the city inspector's weekly
catalogue of deaths .are generated by indigestion alono.
Think of that dyspeptics! think of it all who tufferfrom
disordered stomsehs, and if you are wil ing to 'b.
guided by advice, founded upon experience, resort
at once dontdeliv a day to Hoolland'. German Bit
tora, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, which, as sn sl
terative, curative, and invigorant. stsnds alono snd
tinspproached. Generjl depot, 120 Arch street
We have tried these Hitters, snd know that thev are
excellent foi the diseases spociiied kbovPhiia:lii.
fhia City Rem.
Receipt, for the Gazette.
H.C.Brandt $1,75 E. F. Hunter 1,75
Edward Strode 1,75 Danl. Devore 1,75
;H. C. Brandt, E. F. Hunter.Edward Strode.
MARRIED On Thursday, the 14th inst.,
by the Rev. John M. Lowrie, Mr. AARON
B. KISTLER to Miss AMANDA M. cld
et daughter of JAMES McCLEERY Esq,
all of this county.
With the above notice, came a bountiful
supply of cake, and my-dear-oh, the way
the printer, feasted, was a sure sign that a
good whig house had entertained a wedding
party! May the happy rouple live their
three .core year, and tea, with peace, plcn
ty and happiness all around them!
MARRIED On Thursday Oct. 14th,bv
the Rev. Dr. J. Hamilton, Mr. OTHO K.
WEAKLEY.Esq., of Lafayette Indiana, to
MissjMARYANN COULSON, of Fairfield
On Saturday, Oct. 16. by Oren Abbott,
Esq., Mr. JOHN G. BROOKS and Mis.
DIANA BOWLSBY, all of this e juntv.
Notice to the Creditor M the Ziuiesvillo dr
iHay.ville Turnpike Itond Company.
THE credltnrsof ihe ssid Road Company, who ha j
rot harotolore filed their claim with tne Rncrltr-
r, agreeably to the notice lor tha "Silo ofthe Zanes-
rille and Maysville Turnpike Road," are further no
tified to present their claims lo the Court of Common
Pleasef Muskinguia county, at theadjoaraeA session
thereof ,na theth day of December next, All claims
not filed agreeably to this notice, will beforever ex
it tuded from anv oarticiDatlon in (he nro.eeds of the
aileofsiid Road, in the .vent ofthe ecufirmation
thereot. . ' , ' v
For th. convenience of creditors, claims mav be
filed with th. undersigned, to be reported by him
to the session of the court above wtesttiene..
A. BASSETT, Jicteirrr.
Uncester, October 14. 1853 .23
, N. B. Mr. Johjs C. WxAvasuef Lancaster, will
receive claims to be presented to the Court by the
Ertate of Coarad Fetters.
NOTICE la hereby given, that the? subscriber has
been appointed and qualified as Administrator
en th. Estate of Cox-tut Fbttxk, deceased, late of
Fairfield county, unie. J. K. MUMAUGH-dm.
Lancaster. October 21, 1663 . r , - jm S3
PASS THE WORD ALONG'
V hiivu tht) )lc:i.-ure ol aii-
n .iincing tu tirz.-m i Fair
tieM comity, t;,ai i'A0
'f K"UUky, ::i(
Ol Lclia.'ion, O tio,
Will addro.ss tho pi-olu u! Fair
Friday.! K lobcr 22.
IN THE CITY OF LANCASTER,
At Vi o'clock, M
LET THERE BE A PULL TUBS' OUT.
Mr. Lelchrr none of t'u- rn'ot
al)Ie and elorj-jnit incn of 0111
sisler Siatf, and Mr, Corwin i. si
fin !irguinptitaii'e spraM r
LET EVERY BODY COME.
Let no 11. nn lc lost. Circi'a'r
the word alonj; dm lino.
AR0US U.FK E E 31 EX! A ROUS E!
T a Irien '.s of M'O i'T ami
''It AHA M wi:il...M
Within die tVmitv of Ka.rfivld.
at die fallowing li:nfs an I tnev.s.
10 l addr. sscil I iv ihe gc-ntlt men
."Summit Church. Greenfield
Tow 1 ship, Saturday Kvi-ntitg.
Oct. 23. ' Van Trump
Bremen, Wednesday. Oct 27.
at 1 o'clock,!' M. Vr.BucrsHrr.
Oakland, Sat ir lay Kven-n,
Oct. '23. ' C. liorland
Sugar (rnve, Wednesday Eve-
,flin"t Oct. 7.
. V. Jfl rlift
1 Ulan ,. , .'it
- -"0 v "e
Nov. I. Hon S. (JaUoic.iu
Koyalion. Wednesday Kvoiiing
October. '27. Cnpt. Vlttrkr.
Alt. Cannel, Madidon 'I'owii
ship, Saturday Evening, OcioUer
30. J. D. Mtt r Un.
03 We hope our friends in the
country will see that these meet-
are well Ju'.cntl. d.
MASS II EE TIN 68.
The W liig Central Com mil toe
of Fairfield county have, ia ad
dition to towiH'iip meetings atsc-veralpointajip-iinicd
ings, lo be litdd as lolliiwj:
At Amanda, on Tliursiiftv, Oc
Al KitshcUh', tin Friday, Oc
At LithopoJls, on Saturday,
I At Millersport, on Montliy.
iovemiMT 1 .
GOOD NiMH K KIIS,
Will be procured for die above
meetings, wbose names will be
announced in bills, in due season
FEIESDS OP SCOTT A3TD GRAHAM,
Kully arounl tho banner. Let
the attendance be large and the
result will be glorious.
The meetings will be held at
one o clock, r. m. Spread; the
news far and wide. Itemember
that , ,
' SCOTT LEADS the COLUMN,"
And that he never yet has
load to defeat.
ALL Persons wishing to obtain superior Dsga er
re'ype pictures, "warranted to please" at a re
ry reasonsMe price, will do well to rsll sl my rooms,
in Gieay'a frame building, third finer, entrance on.
door East of tl.. Hockuu Va'loy Hank.
Lancaster, Oct. SJ). 11. B. McTlRIDE.
OM FRIDAY Ihe 5th day nf NOVEMBER, 1852, at
the late residence of George k'line, deceased,
in Greenfi.-l 1 township, will bo 1,1 a Urg. .mount
of Personal properly, among which msv be named: .
6 Head of Horses, Coirs and Young Cattl.,
8 Wagons. Hog'. Oats, Cor.. Ryo, Wheat, Hay,
Farming Utensil and Household Furniture.
A credit of nine months on sums over three dolls re.
on note and eoruritv. OKORGK BARR, Kr'for,
; Of the the Male of Qtorg Kline, decew I.
October 19. tho. , 33
Estate of George Kline.
fTMlE nnderslenod hss this day been duW nullified
aa F.xeeutor of the la-4 will and testament f
Gr.o?vo Kl.rKK, deceased, late nf Greenfield town
ship, r atrheld county, Ohio. AH person, owing said
K.itaie are requested to make payment to Johk I).
Ma.Trsr, wiy Atornev ana all persons having
claima antnst Slid E.tate, will present same to my
Athn-nnv. JOHN BARR, F.x'tor.
October 1, IR3'2-4w33 Oi Ooorge Klin., dee
Estate or It, 1V. Ainsworth,
ri'HE croditers efaui Katate wi'l be paid the divl'
X rlend declarei by the Probate Court upon appli.
cation to Jeha D. Martin. Attorney at Ijw. '
October lo-'im WILLIAM SLA"DE, Jr, Adm'tor
PERSONAL Property Belonging to the Estate of
A at Air sm Twtm.js. deceased; consisting of Fif
teen Acrea-of tern, IB Tons at Uy. 47 bush Wheat,
8 Horae . 1 Cow ttsid Calf. IA head of Ilcrtr. 1 two.
hone Wagon, 1 Carriage and Harneaa, a lot of Farro
int TTtonsils, Household and Kitchen Furniture, and
ther Drooerrv- will beaold at vendue at the lata re.
ids-nee of aaid deceased, on the Turnpike, two milea
East of the city of Lancaster, on Monday the 257A of
October, 1852, commencing at 10 o'clock, in the fore
noon. c. Ft 6a.FFR Admtor. 1
October 11, 188.
A Martina Umm.xwn doon guiitti of th Putt
- ' nu em kud.il all t nL
it. puuiit sra n-t-riiuiiT iDli.J t .u .-,.
nT tnpumfi in iinn. mi lu will wjuvur
to fwkl-r r,M.I twa, both in Anility nd pries
Ottubor il. !8iJ S3
A "'7 '""''" a'tKrhnimt ill tbladty Umhx
i.r Atfrcsi MrVVixh, . JuMlceo th Pttm of
Upc'A '( lown.l.p. J'i il.ia enunl'. Oho, tffilnrt thn
p ifrti and ihIj uf lUnr, VVolobf r, Bon-r--iWmt
fniU on.. JOHN BliUlKVi.8.
ttt ib, m,j.
, T nit, or aturd.y las, Oct la, either r Main
' li irsl or ,n Columbus, hetwr. Main and th.
I is-hI mev nf Mr. Kino. , a Paas book, W no nlu. to
anv uni but t.'i - uwnei. Th flndsar will corf. r a
gr at frvor hr Waving it at th. e'otliing .tor of
Oci Si I, !.
TEr.-nii TLtTiin teetuih
IT v" bsrsTtsT, tractly oppoeU
I X. the lallmmdre Hnuki mmSm.;..'. ij.
Store. tMttaf.tr. UUo. I kava mVuLjri A
ratirud moin; my prMnt arranKaoMat ia permaiwnt
and I will b happy to am my trirnda who mays-lab
(nranu!l m .bout llwlrlcatb My apneial buainan
in luturriWlil b Mm 10 IFi.nooii.ol Titrn I
hsr lor nrarly ji bwi aiming at perfection In
UiU janicular np.-n,tion bm.ua. it is ol Infinatelr
arrti impnrtanc. Ihan sll'nthira. W. can aay with
ntim ronfi.lnu-. ivrw. (bat alt terth can b. uvwi arr.
mamfj and for life bv Cllin. evry nvity as soon
as it ean U Ma: but If th. cavilin am Lanr. and th.
tflctn luvi achj-d, they c.nnot b savod. Banc, the
ininortanr.ol fruiwntaxaiDinationsby th. Daotlst.
Tnn plan wil be th. rhcapet ultimsVly and will
nhviate Ui. oecrssity of artificial toeth aul nr. .
vast amount tif sutfrriii.
I have bro. rniling in this city over twelr. ysari,
snd bar.,iurin- tlial timn. filled mora thu, iittun
thousand lt),IS(i lerth. I warrant .11 my filllnn sow
tor-M yoara and upwards, and aspect to spend th. r.
miinder of mv lifo in Ii;caatr. I bava th nU.Mii.tt
of rrf-rring to the older ubyaiclana tt this city.
nj lumy oinrtf uuri' g pusiaewe nmirs.
aep.'rtfiilly, H. SCOTT.
N. B I extract Toeth and attend to other dlaeuea
uf tlie mouth as usual. tapt
ii. U I' l l ,t tNA CO.,
n AVE bcfn filling up tlietrctoek again, and will
keep constantly on hand .11 kinds of
KOEKUi.N ANO AMKRlCAN CHCUTCALS,
DttUOS, I'AtNTOILS & DYP. STUFFS,
. which ara warranted porn.
NOTIONS COBiUGE. OROCk.RIES. o.,
to which we tnvlu Ibe alUntioo of tli. trad..
Quinine, Opium, tfnrph'na. Calomel,
Tannin. sola, Chloroform, Ulu. Man,
Msiinosis. finic Hoot aarsamrilla. Senna.
Can be.had by the quantity or smell parrels at
KACFl'M AN &CO.
. Kitrr.nA!" ft to.,
KFXP coMfantly on haml, While fad, par, la
Keif and dry, Venetian Lead, Yellow Ochre,
'.'i ni.isu B ne. Red I.ed, Litbar);e, Linseed OH. Sperm
Oil, Com Oi', cops' V'amish, coach do., ehroroe Yel
low, do. Green, Hon fink, Vermillion, tamp Black.
T irpnane, Lard Oi ,Kuh Oil.McoholJapan Varnish,
tiNOW WHITE ZINC PAINT,
that win not turn yo'low. All of which will b. (old
low f.,r caub. sept. I
t'tic I'ruor I-11 1 wi,
CHOCOLATE COt.OIt, . shnap and dunbl. Paint
f.ir out sijo wori, Ju.t received at
! Spiru,lier7. KAL'lt'MAN Si CO.
YOC rah get Log Wood. txt. Log Wood, Fustle,
cam Wood, Blue Viliin', Mtd r, eopperaaa. A
uiu, Ltdizo, of the best quality st
MeittwulMr . h ALT F.MAN
ptlVT Brushes, all sizes;
Hair do: Duttbr do:
White Weak to
cloth do; Flesh do; Scrubbing do; Feather Dustejt.
Sept 7 Just received at iUL'i MAX k CO. '
Willow aid Woodea War.
4T)oi. Willow Wagons and eradWs; 8 do clothes snd
market baskets. A large tot of cedar churns, tubs.
backets and nail Duttiels, wasa-voents, DUtter prints.
. 1 or saie cosep, ey
K.m.NOl'B. WHITE T.ATTA.
Laniaster. June 11, I860.
BAII, ROAD NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby tirea, to th. Stockholdns r "
the Cincinnati, WUmington aad Zaaesviiie Kali
Koad Company, that an Instalmoot of Un pc-t cel.'-,
upon each sharo of the Capital Slock of aaid compsnv.
Is required to be paid to the undersigned, Tress jrer
thereof, at bis otfice in Lancaster, 00 or before the
('i'lSTDAYOV-MAKi U NhXT, and . liko instai
moot of ten par cent, every aUty days thereafter un
til the whole amount la mud up.
By order of the Board of Directors.
Cincinnati. W. & Zaneeriil. kaiiraad Company
NoTKa. Interest will b. allowed 0. ell subscrip
tlons of stock, from the tho. paid 1 , util the toad
is opened and in operation.
And for the onrnieae. of tubretlban, Jocl'L .
FisiKi.. Kin., of Circlaville. km. 1
to rsceir. instalments from euisscrlkftn residing ia
Dashcl McL.sir, Es.,of WuhUyrtoa, lor thoM
residing in Kay.Uu county, and
Lawkevo. VlTZHUeM. sa.. of tVllinlnfftnn.rrnm
those residing in Clinton county.
JOKL RAPKBAtJGn, Treasurer.
Cincinnati, W. 4,Zane.vi Bail road com pa.y.
February 9. 153 18
REST0H.VTION of Monarchy in Pmnce,
by Lamartln. 3 rot
French Uarolutkn of 14, do do
Quaechy .by author of Wide Wide World, 1 vol
A star from the New World to th. Old. B.Tappan3r
Nile Rote, ola Howadji,by George W Curtis '
The Howadji In Syria do do
l&lun YMing ' do do
The Dsy of Bruce, by G. Aquflur.3 vol.
Frosh Leaves from IV esteta Woods, by Misi Fuller
Men and Women of the IHth renturv. K. K.u.n im
Greenwood I -eaves by Gran Greenwood
Fresh Gleanings, Eereriea of a Bachelor, and .ther
works of Ike Marvel, to re ther with man nth.
aad valuable books, and a Isrre variety of Norels for
sale by JOHN L. TUTHILL,
ust. . ieicgrapB aiuldlng, opposite court-house.
YORK IlErOBTS, by Corosfock, for sal.
JOHN L. TDTHILL
WHOLESALE snd ReUil, at reduced pricet-om.
brae in. .11 kind used in our schools, as tha
book store of JOBS U TUTHILL.
South side of main-street, opposite court-hous.
4 ALWAYS oil hand, a supply of Ledger, Becords,
Day.Bioks. etr.. together with all kinds f sta.
tionary.for sal. at unprecedented low prices, .t the
book sUe of JOHN U TUTHILL.
Nor 4 Telegraph Building, opposite Court-house
Evtitto of Amanda Twtmai,
lTafOTICE is hereby given, that th. subscriber has
i. . been apPDointed and aualiiied aa adn,in,.r.tn
th. Estate of Amanda Twyitian, late nf Fairfield coun.
ty. deceased. C. F. SHAFFER, Admtor
September au; texi 4w30
A Dividend of Da.icl Lewis & Co's effect., will
be made on or .bout thn 90th of Octobe. next.
Surhof tho creditors aa have not proeeutasj their
.'aims .re requested to do sr.
WILSON A MUMACGII, Ateigneet.
Laneastor, Ju 30, 1853 " dl67
NEW BOOKS! SEW BOOKS!!
JUST received at the city Book Store, opposite T,
X. Shielfer's, the following werke:
. "jNCLE TOM'S CABIN By rs. Stowe,
r ivo jrvar. in ooutn Ainca.
Bayard Taylor's letters ftom CaTlfornia-
The Word in a Pocket Book,
All or which will be so'.d at the lowort price.
Augusta. ISM. JOHN Sc-AliLES.
LARGE Assortment ol every variety of atyla.
LJL from plain tu most beautiful Turkev hlndlnz.
and extremelv low rricoa, at th. book .tore of
Novembers JOHN L. TCTHILV
... ::.. , rrluip.
WE ha.ve nti hand . large stock of cotton sine
Twiae. He mi) do do: Broom Twins-FiahLlnM.. - -
Carpet Yarn, Bed cords, assh corn, Orsss and Hem.
U)Ji!,w,H'.oi .Airi ,U&.1 St IA. ,
Prints, Ginghamn, Lawns nntf "hawl.
OF auperior qu.Uty , en bo found In envies, variety
PUTTY. 400 po-inds machine made Potty ia
bladders, for sale bv OTrO W. KREAMKR.
Lancaater. May 20, 1K5I
FBIJill OYSTERS. -
'1 HAVE jnat vecelved a lot of FRESH
A OYSTERS and will keep constantly s .
a supply, whenever the; csn be nbtsined. thrmipnttt
aept. 1 1 u. . SUIA.AULK.