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Z)t lttdihj Gazette.
MAJJ. OrES. WIXFIELD SCOTT
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
TVILUA3I A. UUAIIAJTI
Or WORTH CAROLINA
EDWARD D. MANSFIELD,
' DISTRICT ELECTORS.
' 1st. Dint. CHARLES ANDERSON,
3d " JAMES BAFFIN,
Bd " THOMAS J. LARSH,
4th JOHN W. DEFREES,
6th " DANIEL SEGUR.
6th ' HANSON L. PENN,
7th JOHN MILTON WILLIAMS
8th " WILLIAM LAWRENCE,
9th SARDIS BIRCHARD, , .
10th JOHN I. VANMETER,
11th WILLIAM E. FINCK,
13th JAMES R. STANBERY,.
13th " JOHN SHERMAN,
14th " SMITH ORR,
15th A. BANNING NORTON,
16th ALEXANDER LEWIS,
17th ROBERT B. MOORE,
18th " VAN R. HUMPHREY,
19th WILLIAM L. PERKINS,
!0th " SILAS C. CLARK,
Hat JOHN A. BINGHAM. -
CITY OF LANCASTER:
Wednesday Evening, Oct 27, 125
TUESDAY, NOVFTIBEIt 2D! i
Whigs! Scott men! Patriots!
Lovers of your country, and rewarders of
the brave defender of your country and
your own hearthstones in the hours of their
darkest needj -
JXicscaa.3rmTJb see, .
That five days from the issuing of this paper,
IS THE DAY OF THE PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTION ! !
And that, upon that day, an opportunity
will be presented you of vindicating the
good name of the most heroic defender of
your country now living from the foul and
malicious aspersions cast upon it by minions
of British cupidity, or ravenous and unprin
cipled place-hunters. "
During the past five months, Gen. Win
field Scott, who upon a hundred battle
fields, has periled his lifo in defence of his
country and his fellow-citizens, against her
British and Indian foes, and who, at the
command of his government achieved one
of the most splendid conquests ever record
ed in history; whose talents, prudence, val
or and integrity, have commanded the re
spect, commendations, and confidence of
every administration and every Congress
from Madison to Polk Winfiei.d Scott,
whose whole life has been devoted to the
service of ' his country his whole country
and the safety, prosperity, happiness and
glory of her people; and in whose heart
there sever lurked a sentiment but that of
the most exalted and -dovoted patriotism,
thst has never faltered in the hour of gloom
fainted io the hour oftrial, or swerved iu the i
hour of temptation during the lust five
months, we suy, this man has beta the spe-
tlal marh, at which all that Is vile and mn -
,. . , , , ,
lignant in the country have aimed their
poisoned shafts. Lies of the most mallg-
flant description, elanders of the vilest char-
acter epithets of the most debasing kind,
liave rained upon hiin, even us flic "ritish
lead poured u6ut him upon the bloody fields
of Chippewa and Lundy's Lane; but the
scur-w rii veteru-i nas aiuou up annus. .s ,
delugo of iniquity, as he dld not upon the j
fields named) unhurt and unscathed. No
single crime, no singlo act of wrong or of in
justice, of the mauy hundreds charged upon
liira,has penetrated the unsullied buckler of
his fidelity. The barbed and poisoned ar
rows have fallen battered at his lect or have
lioundcd back wilh ten-fold force against the
cowardly and malicious archers. He stands
now, as he has ever stood, in the estimation
of his countrymen, an honest man, an un
corrupted and incorruptible patriot. Yet
still the storm of slander and vituperation
continues; rampant hate, drunken igno
rance, blind and puppy madness, rages and
howls, and whines, and they jwill continue
to rave and rant and whine until the 2d of
November has stonned their four throats
and an honest and patriotic people havo vin-
(1 cated the r own early defender, and most
' ' ui.ii.iiu -i, n.,u no.
distinguished leader from the puerile mid
impotent malignity of his hungry and hyena
Ktiftl UMBER, THEN,
FREEMEN OF OHIO!
The Second Day of November!!!
t.;e time has come
For the struggle! But little time remains
for argument or discussion.
ACTIONS! ACTION ! !
Is the word. Let every Scott man exert
every energy that he can put forth from thi8
till the day of the election, In arousing the
indifferent, convincing the doubtful, confirm
ing the wavering, and iu bringing
Every Scott -Man
TO THE POLLS.
These are duties which each of us owe8
alike to his country, to his principles and to
tho hero and civilian whom we have select
ed a our leader1. '
BE UN THE GROUND EARLY!
But before you go, see to it, that every tar
dy Scott neighbor whom you have i on the
road to the polls, or that he certainly will be
there before 4 o'clock.
Should the Day prove Stormy,
Be prepared for it with close carriages or
covered wagons with which to carry to the
polls all Scott men who arc unable to fare
the storm. Do not neglect this duty until
tke day of the election; but prepare for it in
WM, M TOE L3COT
For False Tickets
AND LYING HANI) DILLS!
The desperation which our opponents have
shown during the canvass should admonish
us that they will hesitate but littfe at any
means cajculated tq deceive a voter, or tq
frighten or swindle hint out of hit yote.
Pay no attention to locofoco hand bills pu.
In circulation on eye of the election.
EXABHNE YOUR TICKET, '
Before depositing' i'in the ballot bo, and
ba . sure that it contains tht narnet. q the
Whig Electors, and no others.
LOOK OUT FOR
Let every man entitled to the rigl t of suf
frage excorclse it freely and without moles
tation'; but where an attempt is made to givo i
what your are satisfied Is an illegal vote,
prevont It If you can. Finally, friends of
Scott and of your country, be
, ' VIGILANT. ACTIVE, ZEALOUS,
In your efforts to bring out, on the 2d day of
A Full Scott Votr!
And as certain as tho sun rises upon thut
day so certainly will you achieve such a tri
umph as has not heen uchieved since the
'good old time" of 1840.
THIS YOTJ CAN CO IP YOTT WILL!!
Make up your minds thut the thing SHALL
BE DONE and our word for It, then It will
be done. Ex.
Gardinerism. Here is an item of evi
dence which we particularly commend to tho
basemen who charge fraud upon Tom Cor
win. It is as unlike his transaction in tho
Gardiner cluim as a rogue is from an houost ;
Jlr. Dallas, while Vice President, and as
such intimately con nee-ted will) the commit
tees of the Senate, nmcuted as agent tor a
claim preferred by Mr. Charles F. Sihbald
against the Government. In this capacity
Mr. Dallas urged the claim before a depart
ment of the Government. Io due time the
claim passed, and he received his proportion
ate fee. So far, we think, the case out
does any tiling to bo found under Mr. Fill
more's ndminintrutiou. But, unfortunately
for tho Democratic Vice President, the whole
has not been told. Mr. Dallas was not only
Vice President, but also a near connexion
of the then Stxretaru of the Treasury, bv
whom the claim was paid on the 3d of March,
1849! One day before leaving office, Mr.
Dallas received from the Treasury, presided
over by his connexion, Mr, Walker, tho gain
which he (.Mr. jjaiias) derived as agent for
a claim which he had prosecuted against
a Government of which be was a member!
The difference between this case and that
of Mr. Corwin is most obvious. Mr. Cor-
win, it is true, did engage as counsel whilst
he was a member of the Senate, for which
he hud the most "illustrious" examples in
Democratic Senators, but he ceased having
any connexion with the case in any way
long before even a decision was made in the
case, and of course still longer before any
money was paid from the Treasury; nor did
ho ever receive one dollar of the money thus
Contributions to the Washington
Monument. Boxes have been prepared for
each township and ward in this county, in
which contributions for the Washington
Monument can be deposited. We trust
they will be liberal. The money is needed
to finish that glorious work.
Catawba Wine Our friend, 0. W. Kraj-
mer, presented us a dny or two since with a
bottlo of choice Catawba, manufactured by
himself, from grapo grown iu tho vineyard
of Mr. Ochs, the firr-t started in this county.
This is only a beginning of the cultivation
of the grape in this county, an . its success
warrants us in the belief that it is destined
to prove a source of considerable profit. We
l hnvftmnntr linrt Ritnitmna in iha prmtau r...
1 ., ,,.
; Us cullivatua.
Laroe Beets. Our friend Walker, of
j Rushvillr, sent to us Inst week about a hair
I bushel of beets, consisting of t'.iu-p, weigh-
jing twenty-live pounds! .They ought to have
been ' tiino for the Fair. If any one can
j larger ones, send them on!. j
G)) of. VERMUNT.Era8tus p,,;,.,,
the whig candidate I'orGovernor of Vermont,
naving iuckcii 6ii votes ot a clear ninjority
at thu late election, hrt wns chosen by tho
Legislature on Saturday last. Hon. W. C.
Kittredge, whig', was chosen Lt. Gov. ot the
nut us! ii i it I is; i
A-.miIR,h,,.riber will psyS,
J. cash miii mnnu
livoreiiat his K TtNa-IloiajK on Mnttt Streot. adi'tir.-
in the Cninmission Sloiu. O. V. KR.E.MKIt
lanraater October 97r 1353.
Pocket B.iiik Lost.
LOST, either at. Carroll, or betweon thut place and
Lancaster, on tho iulh inst., A I'OCKKT BOOK
containing three dollars and sotnn papers of no value
tn anybody hut myself. The finder wiP confer a f
vorhy sendinsit to tho Blind Anvhim at Columhtu.
Oct. 27,1H52. WILLIAM JACOBS.
rVh Fraternity of Unca.tor will celo
1 lintto ho com ins loot h Annive
comini; t(HMh Anniversary of (ienertl
i:tNWK nADiiinuTin iiiiii.iKin mro tiiotr oruer.
T,",- '"Tm , . . "
jjfadireit in iinttd standinuaio reject u v Invitcl to
J'aaa lt..i- J u. uio a. i I .lltilll inn U inu UIY.
j. r. iirA iv, sec. ul L. L. No. 67.
Lancaster, October 21, IBo2.
A I.I. Persons wishing to obtain superior Dsiter-
ry reasonable price, will do well to call at my moms, I etc.etc, aro trouuentiy cured, and alwayt re teved Oil ollicer Ot tne Army In Mexico Slapped T ,h , y luting anrr ixatun-v own k...:.,.,:.: j-,:.., i j , I
in Giesy's I'rsmo biiililinir. third lloor, entrance ono i !y '9 u,o- K is iinsuruaaand as an anojj ncreliev- (Jen. Pierce's face, at a trnnifl of parti, and i p. JTl !.: 7,r . own atwrit. the Go.rn'c Juire ! V : jva-i VylXT?.
' J y I 1., ' k7.. IU UK-.Bn ,1 VV"
door Fast of the Hocking Va lt-y Hank. tng scvoro pains in a tew minutes alter npphcslinn. it ,(,, ,v ;i, ,.,,, .,,i ,1 , rf"T'"c7: t,'n,s'n'"S',Pn"i'eovideiiro ol itsvaltie, ; lltir mull k,,T,,.,. ' " " '
Ltncaster, OA. 2(1. 6 H. B. Mc-RRlllE. ! ""othes the initstod nerves, and produces that do- ,hat the lnsult wns not rented on the spot, fur mshed by aeitts eratis. Kvc noUce an,on? the ' -T " V KO-VI NOTICt.
, : llchtl'ul tranquility aop-atel'ul.to thi norvous inva'id. ! Of 80 9 he learned afterwards. Capt. j niuveiliements. - "47 rOi IPK it henbv given, to t!.e Stockholder of
Nctico tothoC'reditorsoftho Ziinesvillc At ! pra'iruises.woiiitds, burns. soro throat, chi'bains, : McLnne is a Democrat and a son ol the i . It stioutn r i--tivKnsi.t t t. 1 1 n. i' Jln"n,,,1l-w,l"'u,!t, ! ZaneavilU Rail
Mysvi..c Turnpike Itond Company. ' tSS;.,' In taJlor'." i ,,0n' Luis Mf La,,e of Bh Jraore- but We l.'rg'e ! -chT-e rf &"c$.t
it, agrcesD y ui 1110 tiniiteiortna ".Nale olthn .anna- . IOOICOI1T Fflfl t'OI!TI.-RI.-l."ITJi
villa and Maysvillo Turnpuo Road," are further no- ' , ,. UU ' . , ,OV ' ,,R1 , " &!
tifiwl to piwint their claims lo the Court of Common I, The public are cantlontd ajatnst another counter
Picas of Mtisklnf'tim cntintv, at tho ailjiiurn -d aessioii ''"'. which has lately made It, apieavanc,ca'lid (P.
theicol.nn thoSlh day of Dcct inber next. AU claims B. f ""-"" Arabian Liniment the most d.mgi-rous
nit (ilr-d artmiblv to this nnti. will lie forever p- i f th counterleita, because his having thi name
eluded fin'iu 111 y participation in the pi-o nods or the ! "a mill, many will buy in good faith, wi-hont the
sale o( said Road, in tliu event of tho confirmation , Knowlottgo that acoiintflrfuitcxits, and they will per-
For Ihn convenienro of creditors, claims mav lie
filed wilh tho undersigned, to bo reported by him
to tho sossion of tho court above mentioned.
A. BASSF.Tr, ltceeiver.
I.sncastr, October 14. 1HS2 23
N. H. Mr. Joitif C. WKAVKn, of Lnncastor, will
receive claims to bo presented to the Court by the
lMiU? of It. SI. AitiKWorth.
t IMIE creditors ofaaitl Estate wl'I bo paid thndivi
A. dond duclared by th Probata Court upon appli
cation to John D. Martin, Attorney at laiw.
October l-2in WILLIAM SLAUE, Jr.. Adm'lor
ON FRIDAY Ihe 5th diy of NOVEMBER, 1852, at
the late residence of George Kline, deceased,
in Greenfield township, will be sold a largo amount
of peiaonsl property, among which may bo named:
& Head ol Horses, Cow, and Young Cattle,
' 3 Wagous. Hogs, Oats, Cora, Ryo, Wheat, Hay,
Farming I'tensils and Household Furniture.
A credit of nine months on sums over three dollars,
onnote and security. JOHN BAH II, Kx'tor,
Of the the h'state of George Kline, deceat t f .
October l'J. 1853
Estate of (leorgo Kline.
THE undersigned has thi, day been duly qualified
a, Executor of the last will and testament rf
Gkohqk Kmxk, deceased, late of Greenfield town,
ship, Fairfield county, Ohio. All person, owing said
Estate are requested to make payment to John D.
Mart ik, my Attorney and all persona having
claims against said EuUte, will present same to my
Attorney. JOHN BARR, Ex'tnr,
October 16, 1 852-4 WQ3 Of George Kline, dec
Estate of Anianda Twyman.
TVfOTICE la hereby given, that the aubscriber has
IU been apppointed and qualified a administrator on
the Estate of Amanda Twyman, lata-of Fairfield county-,
deceased. ' & T, SHAFFER, Adm'tor
September 30, 8o8 4w20
A Dividend of Dahibi. Lewis k Co'i if sets, will
be made on or about the 20th of October next
8u:hof the creditor, as hays not presented thair
claimaara requested to do so.
WILSON k MUMAUGH, Assignees.
Lancartr,Jiiiy SO, 88? " d,157
' II .iii .- . ' ic:nndr A urn v. i .
L - 4'. T,orE, Oct. 22.-A bloody.,.,! T T rfl t" 7 wl i uS. "T JOHX MIIIXITO CO.,
Ln -J. " 1 fl J occurred Mho cornorof F.vetff nJX.t!.T".,;,?DAT'?p!- 98Wh,all. f.lr.tco. 'Il'n.l,ip. I t .a .,,..
i SJ - trec.U,.b,.Uttwodays.go. A man ly ti lTS: .The cake, in .U iu r ,y f ffdoJl.M ; Rfc. .V
WJ "1 TP" l A V,,!nthM':k''n T"1 1,,,Kh ST.' UM lM Wi" "" bP happy .,, Xl Y AM, HTAI'LR KNOl.tSU, msCU
f-V I 'i .a.iit?'W'',lll'Hi I)! if had arved to iiiwt for the purpose ol fight-: prosperous M, n . . 1 r;imnv nsr. .vn nrr .l 1
M&ffipE'd'Z UjT 8 a difficolty of looz standing be- Tb w Mtsrkef. j ,, P U,v" nd AJIO AMLKICAN
kid'- I " ST -itween them. At tb. appointed time the I T.oT. Oct IU. t8M m.,W.V J1".""' m,n' - - SDSfST ( ffi (fl O o
' inrr ' " " v"
AIIOUS fc),FR M EM EN! AROUS E!
,p - .. .
1 e Incn'S Ol f-Lll I aiid
i;i:.iia.m win hold
Within the County ut' I'airiiuM,
at the following lines af.d lac'$,
to lt; iiddrussrti by iIhj jintK infM
iiituifd brilnw :
Friday Eveninir, Oct. 29, (Jeoro Weaver.
: Saturday Evenintr, Oct. 3d, Uco. Weaver.
Friday Evening, Oct. 2i),John D.Martin.
MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL HOUSE.
Saturday Evening, Oct. 30. J. D. Martin.
T. P. ASHUROOK'S SCHOOL HOUSE.
Monday Evening, Nov. 1, Juhn D. Martin.
, Saturday Eveni:ig, Oct. 30,Capt. Clarke.
BEERY'S SCHOOL HOUSE.
Friday Eveninsr, October 29, C. Borland.
Saturday Eveniusr, October 30, C. Borlind.
Monday Evening, November 1., C.Borland.
(QWo Jiopti our Irionii.s in tho
rountrv will sec. that tin so uic:t-
well atte.tch d.
II i (I 11 ill II li m f Vfl 0
,: Tho Ii i 5 Ccniral Co-iiniiitiu
Of Fairfitild County have, ill Utl-
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fllllil. I.. ........ .-... .,.... ...
iiuum n, i ii inui ji tin t;iin ;u
veral point, appointed Mass meet
ings, to bo held as loHnw:
At Amanda, on Thursday, ):
At Rashcillr, on Friday, 0.
, At Lifhopolis, on Saturday.
At Millersport, on Monday,
November I .
V ill bo procured for llie above
meetings, whose. . Raines " will h:
announccA in bilN-, in due season.
FRIENDS OF SCOTT AND GRAHAM,
round ihtrbanner. I.ef
the attendance be lar
ui I tin
result will be glorious. V
The mjel:ii:s will bo lu
.1 aw '.' i i
1, VIW1 l, a. Ill,' I'M'"" lili:
iit'vvs far and wi le. Ui-nifjiiljei
(bill ; ' ' ;
"SCOTT LEADS IhcCOLUM
And ih.it he. neer yel
lead lo di f.'iit . .
63t.i.-CrVili will address
the meetings nt Ain iiK'a.'Husli
ville I'.ntl I .hl.opolis.
H. 0. Farroll's Celebrated Arabian Liniment.
It is an eiTonootis idea thatdiseair canitcit be cured
except by Liking lan;e qunnlitit-s of medicines into
the stomach, in great many caspa nf which inurhfn.
jura is dunn, a'thotnrii thedmcaM in niil 't be actual u
rh" r"'8 ' hom.chby continued use of
miiscaunx niixiiirea. iipquenity ucrniit'.iso mucll ills-I i .," . ,, , , mL . ,
ordered that the digrntivcfunrtion seriously injur. ! u,"', toIlpl1 u hour, The flaps in the Web
erf the result of which is dyspepsia, nervousness, ! ster Club Room are draped in mourning,
cliolics, alternate dinrrheca and ens ivenesa.llalnlence, i Motto "Men die, but Principles live "
nightmare, etc , etc Won d it not, therefore, lie very I . ' .
denirable to possesa a remedy, which brim? applied
txtcrnaUy would excite Ihn absorbents to increased
action. n l thus carry oH' through this medium, the
deleterious pvinriplo which is IherfireW ro.v of the
disease! Surely evury thinking man will admit thai
this woulj not only lie the most jtleaaa'.t, but by far
thetafiist moan tdolfect the desired oml. The al
most 'iipeihunisn cures performed by th-Abian phy
sicians in the days of old were tnain'y ptfcctojlhy this
course ot troalment, and tli3 inrodients tif which I.
rrcui t cicumiea Arabian lAmmct is com-
Uw. vtr.. iu,i i,nm ui. 11... i a
bin. Tliis event Liniment (which is now to bo bad nf
mnstrespoctahlii drutgists and merchants in every
town in tho United Stains) is daily cH -cting cures
which aeotn beyond the power ot medicine 10 con
trol consumption, bronchitis und lit-or enmp'aints in
their Jirst stages, norvous stlet-tions, indigestion en
largement of the ap'een, acrofutuus tumors, goitre,
h-ips only discover their error w1k-u the spurious mix-
mm nas wrougnt its evil eilocts.
The genuine artic'o is manufactured only by 7f. O.
Parrcll, soe inventor and propvie'nr. and wno'psa'e
druggist. No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom
all spp'icatinns for Agencies mu-d he addressed. Bo
lire you gel it wilh the 'otters H. G heloro Farroll's,
thu, H. O. FARRELL'S and hi, signature on the
wrapper all others are counterfeits.
' So d by (J. KAUFFMANfc CO., Lancaster,
and by regu ar'y authorized agents throughout the U
liited States. Price 25 and SO cents, and $1 9 bottle.
AGENTS WANTED In overy town, vi lago and
ham'at in the United States, in which one Is not al
ready estab'ished. Address II. O. Forrcll as tbove,
accompanied with good rcfjreneo aa to ch.-iracter, re
sponsibility, eto. Sppt. 2 1m
Fairfield Common Plcns, Oct. Term, 1858.
Hannah reamer, ' )
vs. relilionfor Divorce
JOHN H. REAMER, )
r"TMlE above defendant, being a non-resident of tho
1. Mate ot Ohio, will take mil ire Mint a petition was
exhibited agtirst him, by said Hannah Roamnr,it the
Octolier Terra of ho cou t of common Plea, fur 1852
in and for Ihn county of Fairfield and State of Ohio,
paying that the marriage contract existing between
aaid petl toner and sstd defendant bo dissnlvt d. ' Tho
causes act forth in said petition are, 1st. wilful absence
on the part of said defendant formoro than three year,
Srior to filing aaid petition 2nd, habitual drunkness:
rd, gross negligence and 4th, extreme cruelty. '
P. VAN TRUMP, Attorney for Petitioner.
October 22, 1802 $3,60 6w24
- ' Estate of Conrad Fetters. '
J OTICE is heroby given, that the subscriber has
1.1 been appointed and qualiliad a, Administrator
on the Estate of Cokrad Fatfraa,, deceased, late of
Fairfield county, Ohio. J. R. MUMAUGH. Adm
Lancaster, October 21, 1852 23
PUTTY. 400 pound, machine made Putty in
bladaer,, for ,ale by OTTO W. K. REAMER. -Lancater,
May 29, 1861
IVEW FALL GOODS
A larts and eeneral asao
a. meat now openlne. and barffi
ment now opening, and bargain, to be had at th
oheap store opposite Shener's Hotel
November b, 1860.
IVV. T. WI8B
Silks Bareges, Bareges, De Lalnes and
"OOPL1NS, selling at unusally low prices at
j. Apru a, loco.
, parura accompaDit-a py a uumber ol Irirmis
'met; but, owing to some difficulty in errau-
ging tliu details, Sloan refu.ed to fight.
w ill' knives and pistols, followed cuit. At
this juncture. Edward 81, an. a brother of
! fi.":.1?.'.'!. d.r,;v?,.!,il! Bnd' ,l'.ei,nz
: . " juraa nam um ii wit,
drew a kmff, and -tabled Zimmerman to I lie
I, u .r..l r..- IT: - ... .i:
uean, anualso inilicleU a lernlile wound hp- man ionic 300.000 bs: ('h o about 300 nnfl "'ARRIKD n .1. , ..t. . . . JV?." V. ,n "I purcauoa la tho Juiiu
on a man named Muckk-by. Edward Slu m I'.; Pennsylvanian none; Xew Vork n-,t to ' Rt"- n EXUy u 'i 7K - - - "'. -i!!' - m
then fl.-d, but was soon arrested. Zimmfr- ' exceed l.r0,000 lbs; &. Verrn..n tuear y nuth- "'Miss SARAH A B UG1 IF R i?!i i. r i Viiub!v I iuni for Hale
man died almost instantly. Muckleby isiing. With surh facts, toother with the re. O'nfield t-.wi.-.p. j 'P': "r,Vr i Mir.rm.oii. mlto waot
reported d) in j. The corontVjury has not ( nurkably light stock in the market less " ,he 19t. by the , i. rrrtnrrl . ,"a,,"l-r- '""'"nirg ion ten,, i cr. of
yet returned verdict. ; by more than one hnlfthan was ever k.un W. BU.SBV ..! M, avv I A. ?.''.' rl'icr.'1" ami.., culUvM. Ther,
Casc,.7ri7,:i, .before, att e.sono. theyear-we can ; both 0We.ttt.Jlip. 1 In:
mi i.n ,iu tnmii. I bHtsay, in our opinion It is fortunate for the I On Thursdoy. Oct. 2 let U , . d r. P. ' rl nut o( iionn, linud br u
New York, October -J2. The Court of i manufacturer who has his stock trade in. 'Ii. Hamilton. Mr. JOIIVTRV ' .tZ ' , ''Z.'rTw' rharo;re l" 00 Pi
Apnea at Albany, has decided the Art-U- i - ville fl tM- t i fr7.:,of Cl-; rr ':( Pr f wawr-swoioiaooloiw and
n'Z a2ainst tb0 law nr,J,ibltin Mterlos.1 i ' B-JT41. Market. . MA R V MENSER.of thi. ZrSh&
i. viiiti.iui ir vuc uiiiuii to uiisiuiuuit? pic- intrM.n, yjcmuer as. r lour -There is Onthe9rt' i "n
turcs by lot, but pictures are not forr.-ilcd to ;o'd inquiry fr fluiir this nwninff, but the Mr WM Rirvn v7J'er' l. VV,n,'1.
the use ofihepoorby being offered fur dis-; supply is almost exhausted and Uansactions i BETH IlOiiVi-n i ELIZA
tribution. restricted tberehv. The
71 r. Webster.
MiRSHFlELD. Oct. 23 6p.tn. Webster
Mi8HrlP,.n.n,.lro1in p m n...l
riiijf the day Mr. Webster conversed freely,
win, gicui uujiiau ui ui'iaii, relative io ins
ornate nnairs, tne condition ol Ins larm.&c.
staling his plans fully. At five o'clock he
He occasionly speaks to bis family content- 7500 white Ohio at artoat; 2500 do. at 80: i v"?,r A f'"'"."'. Oh n. A ) r'to'0.' V?"' '-ot, (oimi.g on the
plates death calmlv. and oerferllv mm,. 1 .10 ill l.n.heU Pl.i. 4.: . -.t. .. !'P''"t.id i..ntv,. ,,. .....' rr,;, f .art. (Mithn west
ed. His physicians think hV wilf expire be- ' firtn " ""'Bt i yr.T I t'io- ' r.!' Jii?
luru morning. :.
was seized with a violent nausea, and raised , Cicvclund ITIurkef.
considerable dark matter, tinged with blood. ! Cleveland. Oct. 25.-Wheat-0.uota-Oreat
exhaustion ensued, and the physicians ;tions do not varv from. Saturday's fibres.
u .r "'"""""
I..II1HJ uiiu nuuicosi-u io iiii-iu iuuivi uai-
ly a few words in farewell. He then called
!th1!1mul0 members and personal friends and j
aildretised them individually. He referred1
I . .1. ., .f . - I , t' .. .. .
tt ihiP .t ,.i..i. i.-.i.. ,i. .
... ...... ii ,
fectioiiute farewell. After calling the rtch-
OHt blessings of Heaven upon Peter Harvey,
nXl oV To Tu t"n",.Jt hnwirrr
"On the 24th of October all that's morta of
nMinl VVI.UI. ...Ill l. ,r .
' " v v uov a nut 1 1 yj 1UUI Jit?
then prayed in a full, clear voice, endiur
"Heavenly rather: forgive my pin, ami re
' , , .T. -'""
llwm fiinuaiiaiii urilh I lo. I..n-: ...L. ..
rmu uu fuinu tiu uuiuinir more. ltir. wcu
ster said Then I am to be her nniin,,.l
.mi .t i ,. i ' .
till the end. I f it be so, mny lt come soon !'
Between lOandll Mr. Webster repeated
indistinctly the words of noetrv firav',.
ui iiouiiriiy me woras ot poetry uray s
Eiefiy. Fletcher Webster then repeated
the; first line or the EIWy-
Th fcllit r -ifc. j.
A book was bronght and tha stands read,
which seemed to (five pleasure. Fn.m 12
to a he, exhibited much rcllessness, but
!. f ... . L ,.K :. . : r'l." Ul-Lur'
ii ' .i '?" """ ".'"" -"" near,
While in this' condition some expressions
Tell from lliin, indicating ' tllat" Ills mind
would remain Willi hint till the last. He
f spoke of difficulty of dying, when Dr. Jef-
in... ' ...in i r ... ,1
j iiic.irpr.irii mi: vi-iri. - i nuuifii i warn
ii thrniiirh Ihn vnlle of th . I.-.I, ....r.U...I. I
! ... . , . , . '""""""'i
will fear no evil : fur thm art wilh inf; thy
fill nilll t IV MtMll lhl i.mr.,rl At-
Webster said iiiiini'diatelv
' J lie (act! the
I fni't Tlint ,i l...t I ,.,nn
nt. 'Thy rod
, iiii I'm. ill Dia ii iti v bi ii ii : , I ill" I iiimii
ti.if .,..1. ihn ..t..ft' ti... .....nil ii nt .. i :
Ml. norfectlv trannuil and e,v. Mr..'
n i-uiin nun mi nine u nuitrre iiii insi mo-
I nictlts, but. awaited ih'1 event In her own
j departments Mr. Webster eft special di.
1V..I...... :. I ; . I .
i. reciiinis I mil ne ne nnrieu in BU linot-tetita-
jt.i",",m0""t'r-, H will bejoterred in South
iutii.-iiui.-!u. i nn iiuiriiii i.i niiiiuiiiireu lor
! Friday noon. Gen'.'nl I'iercc will be pres-
Fi-oiii Sew York.
IVew York, Oct. 24. In this city the flags
nt the City Hall and principal Hotels are nt
hall-must. At Uoston the gloom is over the
whole community. At 8 o'clock 100 min-
I utc au ' woro tir.,d on".he commolm. thB
...... From sVusJiiiigtou.
' YVjisirrNOTim, Oct. 25. A rumpus, end
ing in a fist tight, took place this inorningin
Winder's buiklinjr. The parties were two
officers, namely v Col. Roberts and Capt Mc
I,ane, both of the United States Rifles. Col.
Roberta had rather the worst of it. ' The
contest grew out uf ('apt. McLane's letter
respecting General Pierce in Mexico. Capt.
Hardcastle was also n p irtyin the quarrel.
The Adjutant General guve immediate of-
.1 r .. . i . r. . ,i.t .. .. . i
hit! ir in I nrr 'Kr in i.mii. if',.iini.inrHiriK.
ing Ills superior. ;
l api. iHPLiane, in Ills letter, Stated Inal
Hnrstnndthnthr.ref.wne a t.1 lr nn,l
Pierce. We publish tho facts now in order
.. - - ' " -v- "
to have the above despatch understood. Ed.
. From jUostou.
BOSTON, Oct. 26. The Courier has official
infvrmntion that the President will not attend
the funeral of Mr.- Webster. From a post
mortem examination it was ascertained that
Mr. Webster died of disease of the liver.
The immediate cause of his death was hem
orrhage of the stomach and bowels, owing to
a morbid situation of the blood, in conse
quence of the above disease, also dropsy in
A public meeting will be held on Wednes
day to take measures for the erection of a
colossal statue to Webster, in Boston. Ed
ward Everett heads the call.
The family of Abbott Lawrence request
ed that all demonstration in bis honor be
postponed.- The Courier learns thnt the
Hon.. C. M. Conrad is acting Scretary of
The Webster Executive Committee ad
journed to this evening, when a plan of ac
tion will be submitted.
r ' "
Philadelphia, Oct. 26th. New Orleans
hiail is through, with Texas dates to the
loth. The Govenor was censured for call
ing out volunteers, as having an unneces
sary tendency to provoke hostilities.
The survey of the Gila River was comple
ted by commisioner Bartlett.
Lcnnings1 is probably elected Attorney
General beating Bayles, his highest com
potor 12,000 votes. '
Lieut. W. P. Street, of the army com
mitted suicide at FortMcCavet, and eleven
United States soldiers were imprisoned for
highway robbery. Outrages and depreda
Vnclo Tom's Cabin E
WIICH i, having an unprecedented run la just
leceivad and for aale at the book atom of . ,
JOHN L. TOTHILL, '
July 30 Telejrapi Building.
j" wmbaicui mrnjozsci
improveo prices. Bem i,( t,o week reach
lover M.OCO lbs at prices arinir fr.. o .
5'C. Stock on hand for .!c at?uui ,,-, ,,n
ry de.MkiB-,rA.,'7pA"JA LAMB, to Jlr. BANNER
of ttie line u ... . of Pleasant town.l.in
', inericsn, but nunitly of tbe fine wot.U. 8.
I of our dealers have mad a tl.,.rr...l. -i "?
1 irtioB r.r ih am..ntof to k et i,ck i
couniry, irom wmta we gather tpe rollowiug
facts: Illin'is n..ne. Wisconsin none. Mich-
n . . , .
irp '2 1 nnrnM wiphnr... 1.1.
! are 200 barrels Michiiraii choice at 93,87. j
j Wneat 'I liere is a fair demand for wheat !
'at improved prices
Die sales arc
Corn In moderate sudoIv and morki-t
! nrm sates, iow bushels at 571
1 , . . . . ' .
;,lt',,n gd demand anJ market steady.
' , Whiskey
I part to arrive
VVehewonly oftaeof 7300 ba, tnix.-d
from store at
Corn Sales of small
; 2c. We quote 51 -a 55c.
Klonr-Sale. nf9on 1,1.1. .Ir-.it ;.,.,'
rtii Kitiis-Jri. t 'i n orm LUI.. o o.
,:r:ry '-i. au" vv un ""
j ami 3U Ubls extra 3,80.
The recpipU 1)V tn0 canal nre f)t h
and th0, nfirketi; Rener. W)Ulout excill.
""-"t- The demand is fair for produce and
! price, nrcttv firm
.iiii.jmii.UI .liai K-l.
rtiontnlIv iin.l.url " lniuln.iii uLiin f:..t.: a oi. c . i . . . . i n f t..L . r i M'"'"'w il'imiriiiM. i
w w tiiiviiuiiittu, oih i" niiiic .ii ii in ii nil it n.r. i rfF wn nnnia1 is m us-- rrauii m inim w . in niniHLS. ami mrni n
I lie market ateadv with pood 11 b.-n.i,I;i.t...i ;j . ..:i7...rr ".. ' '" n? leotwi
u(il.,.l. U.....I-. ... a..s nfth K.i.t .'!,." i '..T. . nnr Muormauon apply to
.nJii:ni i . ... nni T lirli-IJ rouniv. ihi,. in. i....-- ... '. ii'.V...
- wu. um , .11 Ul Ul. . " - . . IJ I .HK T 111-1'. .1 ... I l.n.,.l. I U. ... -
. - '
.channel, flour firm and in jo,
J.. .J til ".... . .
i iio j reiailinguo. 9-,33. Wbiskr 1C1.
Wheat in demand at 60 to C2. Corn 40
! Oat30 Provisions entirclv nninVl Fir
1 V i r rov""ongent,.rcly nominal. I air
demand for groceries prices unchanged.
i . , ,B. ,
: , """; Oct. 26 -Two hundred and
, forty thousand pounds of Wool sold here
j ve,ber delivery at 3,30. Now raining-
, River fallen 3 inches. Fbmr f.thw I A.
. va.,ce,I-3,000 bbls. sold at S3,333,40 for
: ""'Ppmg brands. In other articles notion
- new Since lioon.
'!J Kennlnl Hltr. I , l. nrnP,.
. Letter Irom Hiv. I.. DOOIXfTLE. a hfehlrrpinm-ta.
i , . .. .
i.. .tnvciuuar i, imjs lim Air: Abont two
! vear..in I r . r. ... i...i
I "w uinu-a oi your uxy -
g;nalcd Bitteri. lor a slomach complaint, whl.h ui
nr.. -.1 . ...V I 1.
at that limn r..l!.....,.l 1T....! . .k . t .
s-Hloi"! oinewhat in my j-fn-ril health, mv medical
, advisers rirni,iinrii,.J a. a voyjgn.aud some twelve
.i... - i ..... v
i.i.'iiiii. n.'.;iii. mm niii.'i 11 ..
Sinre tnv in vL ! , t:fT.lJ?: thlrmU. Ihayetheple,
' .11 .... 7...
i "it y, irriuLi.tty or the stomach, rotunrn-'
j I !wve not found any proscription to sfTordine
; r. Ht-f. . m.oV inipiln-s'ln Lontlan for yonr Oxy.
; fr-naieJ Uift rt, but (ou!d uct f.r.d any. I writo na-.r
U. Ug jou ib Jsne the Wtos.-u.JbY theoarlieat
steamer to lf.ivr.;,h,Iailozi.i bottles, caro of Living.
ston, & Cn . S P!acp do a Bourse. Tari,
...i,.,,.,,, r.... , ' .
Ano dlr.cu lof niinoiiil.ngand.CapuinJjcr(ann
uf th,! Uiitisa Army.I rottnl, on tuy arrival, suffering
fiotn.Ut:tina, manif -tly tlta rettilt of Dvsp psia. H i
youlnvoia mitta to senjnw au sdditional half a dzen 1
Vh0U,J not troub,cd ' !
wuit to bo unite suru ofoblainingthegenuine article !
and together with tho liopo of my own relief, exUnd I
1 b.'g toobsutve.as I am not a aro that my nsme
i, kaow. ,0 you, that I hare been ZJZ'Z.
nan for omo twenty-three yean, in Shcrbrook and',
Lt-nnoxville, Canada Latt, to wliich charge I ho e to i
remain, ucar sir, your obedient servant,
. Or. 0. D. 0Ki;.v, Windsor.- Vt t. DOOI I tn.K
in, Moii lmnts' Hon- General Agents.
Puce, $1 pr boiil.;; six bottk-s lor 45.
Soil by O. KALM.VNCo.,Lancas;er.
!T3 AXOTHER sriENTIPIC WONDKT In.
POM A XT TO lV:I!PTfPO T- T C UATTPllTiV!.!
prepared from HJ.Vp. or the Z)
.m. . . . - ........
"Her uirecttons ot IJarun LIEBIR. thn
great rnlfiloitrl chemist, hv J S J XI
; p. Phib.Wphia. Thi, is tnily.wondermi remedy' for
"""S?"n, dyspepsia, Jaundice, liver complaint
;.l.l,f '"r " y
--'&" ""i"ic Erir'raipn nv 111 iiirfwrtnii BinnA.
Think ofthat dyspeptics! think of itall who tuHerfrom
. j r - r- I'lsonui hii nitu unrr
" .Tief hV a21S' 11 vou ,re '' ing ,0
I at once n tdolsv a day to tloolland'. Gnrmin Bit-
I ters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jscksen. whii-h . .1.
I tcra,ive, curative, and invigorant. Blinds alnna and
u" V i "Br'1 otffor, till Arrlt street.
We have tried these Biiters. and know that they are
5 JC? ,,' ,he d,"e,l," "Pocinetl above 1'hilald.
pnia Uly Item. . . -
. r Tr
Receipts for the Gnzette.
William Torrancc$l,50 William Lowe 2,00'
George Betz 1,00 Jeriah Haver
. New Subscribers.
William Torrance, Samuel BurrifT.
IIAVKjnst yeceiveda lot or FRESH
X OYSTERS and will keep constantly uo
a supply, whenever they can benbtsined, tltrntighnut
tneaeason. sepi. i . kj. tv h.n.f.MI-:it.
O. w kr.:
j j i it. r. .ia nereny given, mat a petition wi i oe
i.1 prescnti.'d to the Commissioners of Fait fioM cntin- I
ty at their nest regular session, to yai ate that part of !
wood, in C oarer ek township; theno S"ulhnllv to
ects tho Zsnesvilo and .Mavsvillo I
4r2THi: I'AL'KKT LANCASTF.R.
Y. Fine Packet Lancaster will continue to make
regular trips between Lancaster and Columbus, i
s iuiiu. laTwii uani-asivr uii luewiBTS, 1 nurs-
days and Sunday, at 4 o'clock. P. M., arriving in Co-
umbui io time for the mornimr trains of Cars, eit hr
to Cleveland or Cincinnsti; leaving Columbua on.Mon- i
dav. Wednesdays and Fridays after the arrival of the ;
Cincinnati train of Cars, at half past eight o'clock, P. I
as i : . : . , . . . i ir . ... !
aiiM.niw.igah aaiiiaaivi ai nail paaa etgllt Ilia I
next morning. . J
r or information in regard to passage or freight, ap
ply on board at lauicaster, or to R. Pelton, proprietor I
at Columbus. Omnibum are in vediness at Coiumbua i
to carry passenger, between the nscket and the cars,
both ways. H. H. JEFFRIES, (Joptoin.
September 89, IBM. '
STEAM SAW MILL.
THE undersigned haa just put into operation a
Steam .Vow Mill, in Pleasant township, 6 miles
North of Lancaster, on tha Millersport road, where
ha ia now prepared to fill all orders for Lumber of
very description, at the shortest notice.
Sept. 1, 1862-3oil6' DAVID CTTP.
BAKKISD. n Tiil. i!,.-iol : .
tr the rv. jiv7 Tu,L m.
! ' 1,1
n ihu 31.it jnt n.
the resiJciicc of her father Wm.
' K' ,n w"
iniu townsluprairfrld tru. O
aant town. I, in.
Tl ,1, iMn,b i. trMnA . r....
: LtT"Z) 7.
. Wi Uc tiaer of J 3 "'!"
r-stntf. t John n. mi-
, .rr,,Jn. utiiv miftliliu.1 .a 4.ll,
.ui imni u-ai pirmt
, I'A RHI)! Ai FLECJ ATF,' A'Jui'tor.
Ont.lr?r, I860-43 1-
E.tnte of ( hriit.im J. A. ntlt.
I'll IOSF: i-it. r-l;d wi I t!io m.'L . ...i
I X ii-nbut hxbwi.ppo-n'rdm l qi tlifiod i, Ad
"ln,rttocie''"'!'". th ,t.toi 'Cuoistms
i. Attsnr. dtxew.d l.? . 1 Ktirli ,;. e'.u.it. 0-io
J'JU i U Mt K F..N. jtjntto .
' V . .T
: i ( iir.inu-.
THK i.it.w-ribr l. op-r.-.l , FinJcher ;.,.
I I i.. .Mania', ,.S ,t. IZu h.
j Orta. .he,, M vill o u.ud. ., .ii timJ.
' KEF HAfSACEAj,
! '1L. ""i t-A HO. fMlT
I 1 mihlir
. ' f - -r. "is. i v lrvil'C f t'l w r.cn
.'"7 -," ".y,nS 'V'" ,,n"' "ewtll Icavor
lloru!rs.ti,iHjn,tt,,tiiui an.tity .nd prW
October 21, 1332
r.ini run mi v
, " r "!.... hi. b.
. " n"" wt'" tor .ti a valuable
i NI;"''huV,B taWw i.wn.tip. FalriW.u aounty,
Said :-,rra rontainf orer '
rTVO IirVnm-n i n .ittv -r.,.:
.L. ' " V,BU' AND irXTl TIVO i
ACMKS; m.re th. tr,, of the .n. urtt
P of tltn stioo. .nd the bslaare well timber- i
i fn.it. 'elert'00' t"l
' . K.rm ie BvU mi ae tn . .
S"11 " " -P crto-Hh toaui,
! Kor partkuUr,. ,. ,n . i
irou. of pumM,;ngre rWiwdli A " Mrlvfeh K
Ohio, o? Y Ti-rai itoSwii
jfonndon tha pri miw during the next two
' p ' ,8i2 JA.MUS A. IUKRiSiJ.N.
i Pint in i V "
' t i-isi.il, flALE.
. I JEUSOXAL Property
I . T....C ' j " " . IO t-"atr nf
' oocta,j; consl.linr of Kif.
Corn. 15 Tnn. nl II. .it I u i.-.
? nor.. .1 G. aid Calf. . 'wi'rf ' TL
I Inr l'tflnU. Uou.eli.ild .nH Kii-t-'v
' Mr Pray, will beaold atvendua at tho Ute re
aiuunciot ul tinf.i.iuwi nn i., t.. . .
.. . . iiu.im;. i.n mtipi
C F. tfil.Ei'rXa, AJm'tor.
Uctober II, ISJ2.
One Ool.'ar Reward.
I A.VitVsv ft. .a- .. v..--. .. .. .
' October. Iboi.Ca.v.; L .-15L52
! f ;Tren"c" th? Eootand c'hoe maLiin busrties. It,-
lo H . .."n i t, ' " A" P, r"l r ru-
tt"Hud aainst haruormg or timttrg h in en our ac
count. " IlKED cfaAUGIIMaX
La' a'c-r, October 21. IK5I ', ' 43
-.-trp , , , '"s":'''
W tITJ j J'f ,te"i,0C co,tnn
"Vi H "'0 KAUFPMAN ft CO.
' r 7T .
I wtijily JJ:M.
A f'4T,,'::!Xi""'"n pt vfry variety of sty!,
Knvemberu , JOHN I.. TL'THTLL
" TTT :
. At!'t'l'-""-t Police.
a I inv lfif-nc li.Vmnni a. . I i
-'tV Alfred McV'-iL'll. a Jll.tl.-nt It,- P ...
l I ,, . .. mi. i... ttlia u v osiiea.
, .......jE i,T,ii3iu, r nn-in count , une, aea!nt the
propoi t, an J cffjctn ut" Utatrj HVloH-r ; a if--r airfeot I
of said c untc.
Oct lb 133-1
A Tmy Instance sn !!arr.m"nt wssthis dy istird
' 1 )y Alfred McVeigh, a Juttico of the Peace for
! ""ITri .l v 9Mo- ."
F. MACCRAI KKN
Septi-m'jer Clt. 1J"2
!..'.? ,.lur . n'A. UUtal.
muni oi tfn nor Font Avarv ttru A
iUllho whole amount is na'id , "a
i By ovi"r of nn,rd nf "iw,n-
I Cincinnati. W. & Zanesviile Railroad Comtan'v
I Nnx.a I,,i..r,i ;n k. .11 1 .Ti ".:?
tions of stock. Irom the time paid in. until the toad
I U opened and id operation.
And for the convet.ien-o of auSscribers Juki I
! Frahuik, Esi.. of Cii-clerille. has t.em appeint.-d
: torccotve instslraeni, irom ,ubscriber reaiiina In
Pickaway county. 8
n.W, Met. r r u-..u:
r"idin8'n "'""y'atid '.
thnsA rei. int. in P1I,..AH ..... ... 9 '
JOKL RAnKrfAtTrrrr' r-.,. ......
Cincinnati W. k Zanesville Raiu'vad company.
Fubruary 9, l.i62 t .-i , ., .u'
RESTOR XI ION of Monarch y in France
I iv- T . e, ...t i
rinnitlirMillKllllDI I rv,n, flO do
Qtteechy. by author nf Wide Wide Wr!.l ii ..t
V L. T 1...I r .o. -- - ui
A st?p trom the New World to the OH. B.Tsppaiir,1 '
?i it j '" - jub ""i8 W Curtis j
..-.tji ua oo . di J
Lotus atli do ' do j
' Tl" Ly of Bruce, hv G. A.;uiliir.5 rots - !
f,ro,h Iveafroin Western Woods, by Miss Fuller
""""nsnd Women oftlie 18th century, by Ioussae,2v
tirecnwood Ixvve, by Grace Creei.woed .
rreah t, leanings, Reveili-snf a flschelor, and other !
aale by - JOHN I.. TUTHILL",
Oct. 4. Telegraph Dnikling. opposite court-house.
1 , OHK
REPORTS, by fomstock, for sale
JOHN L. TUTiiILL
lJWOLESALE nd Retail, t reduced priVct-em-
f bracing all kinds used in our- school-, at tha
book store of ' JOHN L. TUTIil'.L,
c.n. .i.i.Arn..:..,iM.i . .
wuih .o w m.in-..iOTi1ujrf,uu luuifuumg
111. nk Book.
A..U..VC. . ... ... . , ... ,
rll n ua , 1VV y -1" Record.,
Day-Books, etc., together with all kinds of sta.
liAnaVtt Fsvr aialsa ar nnnraWaaiaHfiul lmat nr n a. al. n I
tionary, for sale at unprecedented low prices, at the
book store of JOHN L. TUTHILL,
Nor 4 Telegraph Building, opposite court-house
BRANDIES, of the beat Vintage; Wines Port, Ma
deria, Lisbon, Malaga, ate; Old Rya Whiakey;
London Porter, Schotch Ail, expressly lot tha sick at
September 7. KAUFFMAN So CO.
'' T-'l D4VIT1.
- J(Xr:p!i ; vv:Kriiv n ., .
j O U,b, x SX, ivj..4w8.. " -M.. AJic'tor.
I.t:ttc l:t lt l I ( lirr,, '
. . . jOTICK i herebvifiri'ii tl.at th ..i . ; !
, Xlnt Ulil hUU- will nr..u l..i -
I aim-s. ...... ' 3 " .
' A cAKrrr tohe.
Al.o a entenstv utortmsol of
KO'U.lfiN AND A.MKBICAN CARl'ETI.ta.
Pun ln.nl nj Imrorti-d prsvloni to tk lt .
. inr. vhichwunlfer t m low prim as siiailar
Uowlt ria bv bought io tho L'nUtfd SUUil.
! ''' ll I, O I'll 8.
J. OOlt Oil, v LOTUS.
,r. M.n.U.t 0n-r and 8tnnsn m denJ
J-iiw r.n irgrho i,f rl. of OooJ. in our lin!7u
utrho Wi,.t. Hut -.IiiTiI.. .k. .u.
tmlm upon Ivrnn lht enrol fill to t uU UT ponoa
WMUiiif to pirchMr-. I.idi,ptule title rwi bfl Vwen.
tt- tl IMate at t Utile Snle.
'.'rm ofiia m of Und. titiutM oa OawcraJT
iu Mi lim townhip, ,bou four milti nutitMit of
mws outh of the city of ton
flBth tlw Und of Lowb Young'a
. UmUof luuWolfmlK
north tho laodof llnbort Fowler.
. mima iui mem oi iouod taod
unJ. rcultivatuiu, and tho baluice tint nto tfanborod:
On it irt two nwKi.Ltna imum uui 9 nivh.nl.
hoice fruit, ia well watered with mod iri,uJ
i.KKVKi r-WLixa itieim muKmxu thuuiu rr.
luumi irra m.ier prtvilego for . UxitT or otbr
oar tho roui.
the nibecribor la
J'KOM and after Ik it iay, tho Coach-
At brt.Min 1 anr-malur .-J r..A
ti. wiirp.nthrouK't Crroll, OtemmMlo and LU
rhnpo.n, snd through Jmlonoii and Vtiaearttor. unit
inj J l.'n.vepsrt, cuBoecting with the can at Coluiu-
'I inn. of Iravlnj; Lanca.ter, t oVk, A.M., precitely.
IiUMjnf In ring Columbui,8oVk. A. M. prtcutly.
Ample amiig'-iocnta are made to tarry all who W
ii re to travel oo Ihcao routi-a. al.. &B;iT)E.
Lsma.wr.Swptemher 1. 1&60. dw
Df S tXRASCE, FIRE AID MARINE,-
r thb rirscuaiaxxD Aaferr ro tb
PROTECTIOX I.VSL'ItANCE COMPANY
OV HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.
Tolicte: Isroed at Rata oTPreinlnm as low aa thoM
jf aoy i.ther retporuiblt company, bv
WILLIAM 9. CRKED, AgL Pro. In. Co..
- JirrimtaMtr maa fttrjltld eountf
CALL AND BETTLF,
THE inbcribr beinsj UBdoroblintioiia to cIom tho
i . bu"w" .r."' late arm of UillaUDs; ft. MIL.
L.KK. rn.ortiull v invk li n..... k.;.. .
lvea iaucMol to ,aid firm, to eail aad pay their BotM
delayed a.lrt that tuuo, all eUima will be put into tho
I 1 wu.ri, iu, CUllOCUOII.
Aii.lunpurt, aept. 43, lii-3m (i. c
TfiETU! TKETUII TEETI1III
tor. Imt. Ohio. 1 hav. a rV p-tlud
?. J"? (W.) Tth. I
hire far nearly, 20 nan beea aimiaa- at pa if action in
thu par'tcuhur operation berauao it Lt oi iu&utory
greaier hnprirtanro than ail;othen. We M aay With
entire cnatidrnre now. that all tooth aaa so eared m.
nanently and for life by tilling every eavity as soon
aa it ran be area; but if tho cavities are lap aad the
tet.th have ached, tbey cannot bo eared- Banc the)
importance ot frequent examinations br the Dentist.
Tiiis plan wil be the cheapest ultimately and will
obviaie the nccensity of artificial teeth and Save) a
vaat amount of uttarii.
1 have Itwto residing in this city over twelva yean,
and hivp. d urine that time, fillnd nnr. tk.n . tu -
thou-sand (.lb.laji) twAh. I warrant all aiy tUlinn aoar
f-r 2(1 year, and upwards, and expect to apend the re-
i . . . . 1 , -. i
jyAltrays in my otfics durice Inuiaes, hours.
Respectfully, H. SCOTT.
N. B I extract Teath aad attsad to other diseases
or the mouth aj usual. aept T 3na
CJ. K .4 1 I r.tl AN A. CO
HAVE been filling up their rtoclt agab, aad will
keep constantly on band all kinds of
FOEKKi.N' AND A.MF.R1CAN CHEMICALS,
DELG3, TAINTS. OILS 4 DYE STUFFS.
which are warranted pur.
.NOTIONS. CORDAGE. CROCLBIES. 4.C,
to which we invito the attention of the trad.
Quinine, Opium, Morphine, Calomel,
'lannin. boda, " Chloroform, blue Mass,
xbguesia. Pink Root. Saraaparilla, Senna.
Caa beMiad by thQ quantity or small parcels at
Sent. I IJ.VJ. KALrFMAN 4. CO.
J. UtlST.ntSI A .,
KEEP constantly on hand, Whit Lead, pure. In
Ke and dry, Venetian Lead, Yellow Ochre,
Prussian B ue. Hcd Led, Litharge, Linseed Oil.6prm
: 'Hi, Corn Oi, copal Varnish, coach do., chrome Yei-
b.w. do. Green, Rose Pink. Vermilion Lamp Black.
' Tiir-M-.iine. lard I li t-'lh nil AlMthni t.r.n Vawn.ak.
SNOW WHITE ZIMC PAINT.
that will not turn ye:Iw.
low far cash.
All of which will be sold
lire rror " 11 ill I,
CJIOCOLATE COLOR, a cheap aad dunbls Paint
Or out lido work, just received at
S-i-ie.ulM.r7. KAL't FMAM cV CO.
YUh can got Log Wood. Ext. Log Wood. Fustic.
' t j- . " juaouur, coppe.
um, iimigo, ot me Don quaury at
Sepii iiiber 6. KAUFF
ii AN & CO.
PMT Blushes, all size; shoe Brushes,
Hair do; Dj.rting do; White Wash do
cloth do; Flesh do; Scrubbing do; Feather Duster.
Sept 7 Just received at KAUFFMAN k CO.
l.ITTI.K i. DRF.SBACI18,
Main treac, bsau.i(r, tltatn, kstwesa J.
Lyons' O rawer y aad l, Boye'e
nATK Just received their Fall and Winter ttoch
of Diy Cords. Groceries, Queenmsre. Glaaa.
ware, Bon's and Shoei, cotton Yarn, Batting, Wall pa
! per, rtordary. W indow Blinds. Camels ui.nL,t. l
nela, etc. etc., all of which have been selected with
care as regards quality, styles and pric", and will bs
sold at the lowest market prices. invite our old
friends and the community in genenl lo coma and
examine our stock before buying elsewhere, aa no
pains will be spared to (iva entire satisfaction tojall
who will favor ua wilh their custom.
(iKOKOK H. LITTLE.
M.Ml'EL D. DRESBACH.
Lancaster, Srpirmber 21. 18.12. ()
silk, ""n S' vet and straw bonnets: silk. Cashmere,
. .i.to. a ,.cu un ot Conner, ana
Net l R'bl ons, Ores, Trimming,, VI orked collar and
I,nc" handkcrcluefa, juat received and for aae cheap
by , LITTLE it DRK8BACHS
filler IS CftllllllLr
a Nf) rver lvt .hU .,,.1. n , . ...
Cloths, Over-coatings, cassimeres. Satinets, Jcana
Flannela, Linses, Under-shirts, and Draneis, just re
bci.ru .iki iui aate cnuap py
JTTLE k D!5ESBACH"
. Willow nud Wooden Whre.
4Doz. Willow Wagon, and cradles; H Joc.tNf , M
market basketa. A lirge lot of cedsrch-ui s. r-.Mt,
buckets and half buahols, waah-boarda, bu,fr r tc!ri!n,
etc. For aale cheap, by
EFFINKFR. WHITE i, U 1 T i
Lan.-aster, June It, I8M.
By Hie Fnftt Line I'ntkt i.
aa-i-ni.uiVisij .mi r.tt UDiMM. IS. Just r
C e,l, white colored lace and straw Bonnet..
Alto-hlick silk. Bonnet Ribbons, Una I).
ana a . j .....
CJPRIXG AfTD SUMMER BONNETSJust receir
and Palm luaf Hats, at
Lancaster, June 1, 1SS3
BOOKS A!f D 8TATIOJVEKV.
Talagraph Baslldlaia;, appaalte Caart Haass.
A GENERAL Assortment of nTIIOOL BOK"8, -BIBLES,
BLANK HOOKS.PAPKR.and STATION
ERY, of auparior quality, for sale at vary low prk-as.
May a. JOHN L. f UTHilX.
m iu.wi.sna tummo our stock of csshmerm Da
: y Lani-a. Upi inocs, Alpacas. Lustm. Pl.i ui..u
'iguridand Fncy Silks, Oinghama.calicoea, chintzes.