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,l "'- CITY OF LAJJCA3TEE:
.Wedncatluy lCvfulnit-, Nov. 3, 1823
Tei RtrjTo the Electioh. We hart
before uia mats, of telegraphic Intelligence
from which we would infer that Pierce has
been elected President by a large majority
, of the electoral vote of the States. It is un
necessary to publish tbe returns in detail, as
nearly all are simply the results In few
cities aud counties. , We may state, how
ever, thi t New York, Pennsylvania, Mary
land, Virginia, Ohio, Michigan and Louis
lank have in all probability elected the Lo
cofoco ticket. From other States, with the
exception of Massachusetts, which has prob
ably gone for Scott, we have no aatiafactory
returns. The result hns disappointed, but
not surprised us. - Faction has ruled the day;
falsehood, misrepresentation and forgery
have been employed' with success by the
: leaders of Locofocoism; and we have to re
cord the defeat of Gen. Scott by such a man
as Pierce.' That the result has not been as
we ardently hoped, we do not protend to
deny, and we are almost confident that the
sober-minded citizens of the country will
regret the vote which they cast'on yesterday.
The result is fraught with evil to the best in
terests of the country; it is a premium offer
ed to dishonest politicians.to gain distinction
" and power by acting the demagouge; it is a
warning to patriotic and honest men not to
serve their country too faithfully.
' But the result is before us and we could
not change it if we would; but there are'seve
ral lessons to be learned which we will re
cur to hereafter.) We are not ono of those
who are willing to allow political vices to
pass by unnoticed, because they have in this
Instance proved successful. ' We are still
firm in the faith that the honest men of the
country will yet learn St appreciate the char
acter of such "miserable and dishonest pol
iticians" as OLDS AND MEDILL.
The Result lit Fairfield. There is one
bright spot in the State at any rate. There
may be more, but we have'nt heard of them
yet. Fairfield has done well. Hocking town
ship is redeemed. The Locofocos confi
dently counted on MOO majority in the coun
ty and have received within less than two
hundred of it. The battle was fiorcely con
tested and some townships have done nobly.
Hocking has gained 49. We will give full
particulars when the official vote is counted.
The following are the majorities:
Hocking, J ! , ' , 28
: Greenfield, . 4
J Pleasant, 136
' Bern, 195
Violet, ' 221
' Richland,' - 33
- Madicon 45
Rushcreek , 67
1 Clearcreek 82
. Liberty " . 210
The majority at the State election
1 no, and the wholo vote
largely. It 5s now 1 195.
A SiiABP.TBAli8ACTfos.--At the latosos
jon of Congress just closed, a bill was passed
grantingdouble pay to the officers and crew
. - , , -J .- C
of our Pacific squadron, in consideration of j
tlie vastly increased expenses they were sub
jected to in that region. A short time since,
tlie United States Sloop-of-War, Vincennes,
arrived at New York, and all hands were
paid off. Bt levy was made upon the of
ficers and crew to the amount of four thou
sand dollars, and that sura was actually re
tained from them by a Locofoco, for the ben
efit of a certain Locofoco at the city of
Washington, on the ground that it was by
his efficient labors that tho law was passed
by Congress. This is the tallest specimen
of plunder that has yet come to light. One
Lieut, said that his assessment was tixty
dollars, and the amount assessed and col
lectedfrom the. common sailors was about
tweke dollars each.
When the knowledge of this infamous
transaction was brought home to Mr. ICeh
meot, the Secretary of the Navy, he was in
dignant, and immediately sent for the agent
who had paid off the hands and transacted
this business. He told him w hat he thought
of its character, and ordered him to repay the
entire amount he had retained to the sailors.
As to the oncers who had submitted to the
ebave, they must take care of themselves,
but the poor sailors should not thus be rob
bed for the benefit of a political blood-sucker.
Here is a fine exhibition of Locofoco pat
riotism, snd love for the poor sailors! Mr.
Kennedy is entitled to the thanks of honest
men of all parties for his prompt and efficient
interference. He will not be forgotten by
the men he has thus protected.
Ma. W. S. O'Bbiew. The Dublin Free
man publishes the following extract of a let
ter from Mr. O'Brien, in which that gen
"I am In good health, but my existence
here is 'weary, flat, stale, and unprofitable
barrenin'regard of present enjoy ment,sti II
more barren in regard to hope for the future.
Nevertheless, I endure life with unrcpining
patience, content to wait for such changes
in my destiny 'as the'progress of events' and
the will of God may evolve."
Sad Accidekt. The community were
startled about noon on Saturday, with the
rumor that tbe house of Elias Word, on
Brockport-street, had fallen and crushed
nearly the whole family! On proceeding to
the scene of the disaster, we found that the
kitchen floor ftbove beams, joists and plas
ter lay in one mass upon the floor beneath,
and presenting a heap of ruins. The eldest
daughter was released from the fallen mass
considerably injured her right hand being
severely burned. A younger daughter re
ceived more and aeverer bruises. Her lip
and chin were badly gashed. The hired
o-irl at work in the kitchen received the
falling timber on her head and shoulders,
which crushed, her to me tauie wnoro u
teod, and injured her very badly if not dan
srerouslv. Her Injuries internally were evi-
ilentlv severe, as she vomited blood. On ex
amining the cause of this accident, it was
found that the limbers, instead of being
mortised into the plate, barely rested on a
strip of pine board, nailed to the plate. The
whole was put together in a most culpable
manner.-i Roy Gazette.
The Lake Fiskebiks Tbe fisheries on
the western lakes have gradually increased
until Instead of being carried on by a few
Indians and half breeds, as they were a few
years since, 10,000 persons are now more or
less dependent on the fisheries of lake Mich
Noticb. The Carpenters nd Joiner of
the city of Lancaster and iu yiclnity, will
meet at the City Hall, on Thuradajr, tbe 4th
in.t; ' '"'Bt cedes or ths Committee.
,- llOUHK FOH RENT, f
Jr rpHR DWELLING UOtTSE next to tha mw
M !' J Lutheran Church, on Cbeanut street at pre
sent occupied by tha subacrilmr, will be for rent in
about two WMki from now. Those wiahim? lo rant
will pleas, applv to MR. DKOMAN.
iiov.niwr a, ino
J. lias for safe.
on this s.TM.ri.u.
A MAS, (NIC OYSTKH SUPPER
will bo given, to which lb Pk J .PTS'IMPd'11'
vited .t ,0. . KKAMLn.
November 4, 1H0Q - '
I'UDLIC "ALE OP STOCK.
rriHEiubicriber Uvinp near the Toilet East of
JL enca lr, on na ra. waviua, ut-Msriuiiieu mi
?uit farming, will Mil t public tale on Tharsilay the
Ith day of November inst , at his residrnre,
10 head of Work horses and Colts, . ,
36 head orCa tie. including Mitch Cow., '
13 or 14 two and throe yean old St -era and a num
ber of other You nf ertlie of all description,
Farming Utensils. Nurh aa Wsgoni, II arrow. Plows
and a great number of other a I it leu too tedious lo
mention. Sal to commence at 10 o'clock A. M. of
said day. Nov. I. JOHN A COLLINS.
PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.
Incorporated 1825. .
Annual Premium!, Capital Stoc k and Western Fund,
Thii Office haa now transacted business for more
than a quart or A OKNTimr, during which period
it hat taken
And in,rod real .'ad por.on.1 prope.'ty ain.t loa j
by Fire and Watur to the valuo ot al iuaat
Two lluudred Millions or Dollars
IN THE- WESTKRN 8TATKS.
Several Thouvimd Trifles have heon Incurred upon
tho above riaka, all of which have boon adjusted at the
i-iic i ill Atfoiii-y Oilice
At Cincinnati, and raid wl'h the utmost pronintituilo
according to tho contlitiona of the Policy, aa ntay be
leenby the roceipt. of tho aevral claiiuants on lile.
Appficationa roceivcJ, and Policies issued on favor
alio teiina. by
W1L.L.1A.M r. uitr.ci', Jigi. rrti, iv.,
Nov 3 for Lancaster and Fairfield county
Fairfield Common Plenx, Oct. Term, 185..
HANNAH REAM El!, )
r. 1'ctltton for Divorce
JOHN H. REAMEK. )
T1IK a!xve defendant, buuig a non-i-WMident of the
Stato of Ohio, will take notica liiat a pulil ion was
oxhibiledagairat him, by said Hannah Itmer,t Ihp
Octobc-rTermof iho cou t of'-ointnon fleas, fur 18T)'i
in and for thn county of Fairfield sn-i Stato of Ohio,
paying that the mavrixo contract oxiatiug bolwon '
aid pell, inner and said tltilenilant I'O diiil'i -d. 1 he
causes aet forth iuaaid petition are, lat.wi ful absence j
on u.viji t ofid defendant for more than throe years
Srior to filing ald petition- Vnd, ha wui aruniineaa,
rd, gross neeUeence and 4th, extivms cruelty.
P. VAN TRUMP, Attorney fur Petitioner.
October 23, 186J $3,50 OW.M
Willow mid W ooden Ware.
4Doz. Willow W'sgonsandcradlps; R do clothes and
market baskotB.. A largo lot of ci-dsv rhnrna. tubs,
buckets and liall'btuhiils, wash-boards, buttor prints,
etc. For nalechean, by
KKKISHKR. WIIITK & I. ATT A.
Lau, aster. June 11. 1852.
RESTORATION or Monarchy in France,
by LainartinsS vol
French Revolution of 184H, do do
Quonchy , by author of VYitlo Wide World, 3 vol
A sten from the New World lo tho Old. B.Tappan2v
Nile Notes ola llovalji.l Gcorgo W Cuitis
Thn liowadji in Syria do do
Lotus K.atini do do
The Day ol uriico, by O. Aquilur,. vola
Krash Iz-avesfroin Western Woods, bv Miss Fuller
(-Men and Women of the 18th century, by Housaago,!i'
UreenwiKHl l.ravea oy urace ureenwooo
Fresh G loaning", lit'vi-iics of a Uachelor, and other
works of Ike Marvel, together with many othor now
and va'uablo books, and a largo varietv of Novels for
sale by JOHN L- TUTHH.f.,
Ot-'t. 4. Tolegraph Building, opposite court-house,
' KOAI) NOTICE.
T0TICK is hereby given, thst a petition will be
1 - pvi
resented tnthe'tViinniisaiotlersof Kairfield coun.
! ly at thoil- next regular aossinii, to vac.ttn Hint p irt of
I the State Road. bcLimiinir at the house of Sninuel Kirk-
I wood, in C oarer -ek tow nahip; tliones southwanll y to
.t. 'j. 1 i..,....;iln
WnOre It lUlOISCCIS UIO .ail"IV ll'W S.1U .tl., r., tin,
RjjJ- Oiiolier -3, im. 4wM
Eslnte of Cliristina J. Atndt.
rflllOSK intori'.ted wi'l talio notice, that tho rah
JL scrihor hss boon appointed and qualified as Ad
ministrator de bonis ro.-i, ot the Kitato of Chuistiam
scrihor hss boon appointed ami qualified as Ad-
i. Abkiit, det-esied, late ol Y nirlield county, Ohio.
Oct. 23. 4w24 JUHiN t) MiKllJi. Ailiu tor.
1 JUANDIBS, of the best Vintage; Whins-
dnrla. Lisbon. Malaua, otc; Old Kva Wluslsey:
London Porter, Schotch Ail, expressly for the sick at
September 7. KAU1' r i,u.
Kntnte of Dtwid Cherry.
IVTOTICK ' horeby given iha'. tha undersigned haa
111 been annotated anddu'y qualified as Ad.i inistia-
nf tho Estate nf Dxvm Chmkiiv, deceased, late of
Fairfield countv, Ohio. All person! having claims
gainst aaiil Estato will present them for settlement,
legally autnenticaiea witniu om j u ...
indebted will make immediate payment.
HARRISON APrT-SUATE, Adin'tor.
Octobcras. JKu3- 4w-4'
Estate of Amanda Twyman.
jVTOTICE is hereby givon, that the subscriber has
1 a heen
apppninted and qualified aa adininislratoron
tho Estat of Amanda Twymsn. late ot I- sniio u spun-
i 11 ?L'L L IJ M s feti ' vi a.
ty.deceasea. - r
September HO, 1852
A Dividend of DakiblLkwi. & Co's effects, will
be made on or about the Wth of October next.
Su -h of lh creditors as have not presented tholr
claims are requested to do so.
01 IvlLSON & MUMAUGH, Assignees.
Lancaster, Ju'y 20, 1832 dlB7
George Hummers Premium Essence of Coffee
MASOFACTOaun bvDani-l JJohlkb 00
r. . . ?i -1 . in. ,-; fliui. 4 lbs. of Coffee.1
wuc -ii.Sc . , , .7 r:
withthe first premium lor such articles in tho Frank
in institute, Philadelphia. '
So'd Who esa'e and Retail, t the proprietor s an'o
Depot,2ia,Cailowlii'l sti-eet.rhiladolriliia. Alo.for-ale
bv our Agents, snd nt the principal Drug and Grocery
stores throughout tho United htatea.
Thi. Kssence has boon proven by many thousands
of the richest and most respectable families, ss woll
of the richest and most respecra-1 lantiii
as by the poorer c'ass ol people, almost thr
whole UnUed States, to bo byfavthebesl pri
of coffee ever offorod to the public. Colfee
almost .hiiiuii mo
pre para ion
ee msdo bv
this Kssence is much more who esomo, more delicate,
finer tlavored, perfect 1 y clear, a nd, in every instance,
uporior to tho finest Java Coffco. - ' -
lu order to give full salUfaclion and proof thst the
bove article is perfectly healthy, and to show some
thing of tno doserveu repuiauonu nan guuiuu aim juav
ly ontitled to, we annex a fs w certificates and recom
mondations, particularly rotating to hoa'th, from Dr.
Booth and Dr. Chilton, practical chemista and Analy
sistaof the cities of Philadelphia and Now York.
Collcae Avenue, Tenth street, below Market,
Philadelphia, September 4, 1861. S
I have examined the essence of Coffee manufactur
ed by lluminol, liohlor i CO., and find that its con
stituents are not in the least injurious to health, it
mav be used freely and with perfect salety-
' JAMES 1100TH,
Pro. of Chemistry applied to Arts, Franklin Institute.
Kn. 73 chambers street. New York. Aug S2. 11-51.
I have examined an artie'e prepared by Messrs.
Hummel, Boh'er aiul co , I'hi adelphia, called Essence
of coffee, which is intended to bo used with coll'oe,
for the purposo of improving il, I find it free not only
irom any thing injurious to health, but, on tho con
trary, tho ingiedienta of which it is composed are per
: J' , ,B i n puii-iYiM xr ii r-i.am;u
toctlV wnoieaomo. . n- v....v.,, ....
' ir..lebv . KAUFFMAN & co.. Aeonta.
and other Druggists and Grocer, generally
Lancaster, Ohio, August loos
NEWTOX SCII LEI CH,
Att'y afcCooiiaellor at Law Notary Public.
CiVlcir.V. In tha Tallmadge Block, second fiooi
adjoining Mayor Creed's office.
March 26, 1S62
McELROY&BlLLINGIIURST have removed their
J?oof and Shoe Shop to Giesy'a building, fiart
Hooreastof tho Exchange and immediately oppooatt
Mr. fSamuol Beery 'a Grocery'., whore they will keep
on hand and manutacture to order, Boots land Shoos
of the best quality; .11 warranted and aold at low fi
aare.. Please call at the Railroad Sign.
g.rea. JfcJSZJl0y g, BILLINQHVRST.
Uncter, AprUlO, 1868 -,.-. W
--" the sto .ch, in KiraL many cases o. wiiicn n.iirii onj together with the hope of my own n-lK-f, extend s- ...... ... a,. ,..... c.iT '
USTrecoivcd Irom New Yor!t, by It 1'Tr.LniNl jury is d.ine, .'though the tlhcase in poi theachmliy i . n,Mh,,Hr.,nL,i!.v,1ir " ,',,,,,! Ml 1 ".llC SiillC.
ititunt a imti' ,T
aj Lhirtv-thrua d ii-n kunuthsnl Maxvar il A IS ' cured. 1 he coats ol the aionmch by continued uno ol i .. .. . ! rTiili. subscriber oilers at private sale an exreller
for men and I oys. Tliuy will be sold at low prices I nauseating mixtures, frequently become so much d-.s- I I big to oftsorvo, as 1 sm nutai.aro that my nsmo I farm of. 12 arres of land, situated on Clearcreek
Ot-UiOllllliir ,rt-. ,f, iu;n;v, lit.. , ..j .15. .... , i. ............... .f'--j"
" Wia-lalugtot: ItnV
-VAi--oJ,Oct. 29th. Business ten
erlly eupendsd. Deprtroet. ail closed
tnd draped in mourning, and many private
Wasaisotos Nov. I. Tbe Republic pub-li-liee
a letter from Mr. Conrad, the acting
HeereUry of State, to Geo. Law. The let
ter thus concludes: ,
' "I have only to add, that ss soon ay the
Department obtainted authentic infurmnlion
of ha incurrences referred to, it rusde tlji-m
I th eul)jct of a coiriiiiunlcation with Spain,
jand where the answer from that Govern
ment Is received it will .probably, he ;niuJe
public, , In tha mean time, I must be excus
ed from giving you any furtherlnformotion
or auviee upon me suujeci. i
The ll-public says, "that notwithstanding
the conjectures of some New Yoik papers,
wo again re-affirm that upon this subject the
administration has taken a high and firm
ground from the beginning, and the country
may rest assured that the honor and dignity
of her flag will be fully sustained. - '
Mr. Everett haa been appointed Secre
tary of State, and haa accepted I he appoint
ment. . . .
In noticing the acceptance of Everett,
the same paper says the appointment will
meet the approbation of thewholecimntry.
Later from llavanu.
New York, Nov, 1. We have later
dates from Havana, from which we learn
that the Powhattan had arrived there with
Judge Conklin, and that while on his way
to the residence of tho Consul, he was fel
'"d by S crowd and insulted
TheJudee had an interview with the
Ctptain General, but the result of It Is un
known. TheBluck Warrior arrived at Mobile on
the 30th, and reports that the Captain Gen
eral of Cuba profebsed his willingness that
the Creucent City should land, but he would
not allow Purser Smith to go ashore. He
also apologized for bis past conduct, and
admitted that it was too hasty. Tho indica
tions are that the whole difficulty will soon
be amicably settled.
The steamer Powhattan sailed on the
28th" with Juiihe Conklin, for Vera Cruz.
.a ; . ,
A severe Storm occurrcu al Cvr Urieans,
I the 2Gth Ult., Which greatly injured the
vtu-Bf.i;, uu.m.-.ar. u, uvo..
rt ... r, n -T-1. !, mo
deaths Irom Cholera, in tniS CUV, the past
deaths have averaged two
I'l'om Kcw York.
New York, Nov.-1. The Prometheus
arrives with l'JO passengers. She left San
Junn on the 23d, and touched at Havana the
Columdus, S. C.Nov. 1. Tlie Legisla
ture caucus this evening nominated I'icrcc
and King electors, who will be chosen to
Philadelphia, Oct. 29. A collision
occurred between the train from Harris
hurg and one from Baltimore, lust night.
Eleven cars and one engine much damaged.
No ono seriously hurt.
t-'ainMui) criuer win pay.;
i -JL CASH Edit -1UUS di-alK
liveretlat his Eatiko-IIousk on Main Stn-et, adjoin
ing the Commission Store. O. V KlI.E.MKlt
Lan'si-ti-r October-, ino-
Piicket llook 1jOU
f OST, e ther at Carroll, or between that place and
Si l.nprstt-r. on Uio -titu inM, A I'm hMUt.MM.
cont n'lihur three dolbra and some payors of no ruins
bo tnyl'ody but mywlf. The fiiuli-r wil' confer a faj
vor by spudine i
; Oct 27. l-oi.
; it to tiie Blind Aylu-ii al Ctilumttii?.
: TT 1 Ta.-illi. 0.l..ala.t Arnliian T.iii'inwl
JUL. U,fllJ31lBI..HUl,.u. ..... a .w..vv.
i , ,.,,,,,,, Uc4 ,h:,tdionsc. cannot he cured
i except by taking Sargo q-.iantiti
of medicines into
l 0t the result, of which la dvsoeOHla
1 cholica, alternate di.u rhaia ami cos ivoness.llntuli'iico,
nightmare, etc., etc Wou'd it not. tlieieloro, be very
Ju.i.l.lnlnnnjri KlmMilt. ivlllt-h hf-lnir arinllOll
I ' txteTnally would excite the absorbents to increased
action, mil thus carry on tiivongn tnis nioniiiin, tne
deleterious principle which is the rfircrf cause of tho
disease! Surely every thinking inon will aihnit that
this would nofonly bn tlie most pleasant, but by far
tho safest means tooffoct the desired end. Thn al
most uperhuinsn cures performed by thi-Arabian phy
sicians in the days of old were main'y effected by this
coui-ho ol treatment, and the ingredients of which .
O. Farrell's t'eltb rated Arabian Liniment is com-
Eosed, sre extractor Irom rare plants peculiar to A ra
ta.. This groat Liniment (which is now to bo had of
mostrespeciauie ui uitgiais auu nit:ri;ii"iiiti ill oimv
town in the United States) is daily effecting cure's
which seem beyond tho power ot medicino to con
trol consumption, bronchitis snd liver cnmp'ainU in
their first stages, nervous alToct ions, indigestion en
largement ol the sp'een, scrofulous tumors, goitre,
otc, etc., are frequently cured, and always re'ieved
by its use. It is unsurpassed as an anodyne reliev
ing severe pains in a few minutes after application, it
soothes the irritated nerves, and produces that do
Itghtful tranqul'ity ao gratel'ul.to tho nervous invalid.
Sprains.bruises.wounds, burns, sore throat, chi'biains,
rheumatism, sun pain, etc., etc., are speedily cuied
by it, snd for nearly ail ailment, in horsos or cattel.
requiring an external app U at ion, it is an offectualre-
medy'LOOKOUT KOIt COUNTERFEITS!
The public are cant ion-J against another counter
foil, which haa late'y msde its appeart-ce.ca'leri IV.
B FarreWs Arabian lAniment the most dangerous
of all the counterfeits, because his having tho name
of Farrell, many will buy in good fsith, wi'hout the
knowledge that acounterfeitexista, snd they will per
haps only discover their error when the spurious mix
lure has wrought it. evil effects.
The genuine article is manufactured only by H. Q.
Farrell, ao'e inventor and proprietor, and who'eaa!.
druggist. No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom
all suDiications for Atrencies must be addressed. lie
sure you gel it withtho letters H. G before Farrell's
l.i....'ll l 11U1J1.1 l.'M.n,l hi. .in.lttr on the
I wraDDer all others are counterfeits,
(Sold by O. KAUFFMAN & CO., Lancaster,
and by regil arly authorized agonts throughout tlie li
nked States. Price 26 and 60 cents, and il 9 bottlo.
AGENTS WANTED in every town, village and
hsm'at in the United 8tales, in which ono Is not al
ready established. Address H. G. Farrell as abovo,
accompanied with good reference to character, re-
.ponsisiiity.etc. o"pi- - 1"
1AG V ERREOTYPES.
ALL Persons wishing to obtain lupenor Daguer
i.'vne oictures. "warranted to plosso" at a ve
ry reasonable price, will do well to call at my rooms,
in Giesy'a frame building, third floor, entrance one
door East of the Hocking Valley Bank.
Lancaster, Oct. -it. . a. aunniu-,
Notice to the Creditors of tho Zaucsville At
Mnysville Turnpike Uoad Company.
THE creditor, of the said Road Company, who hare
not heretofore filed their claim with the Receiv
er, agreeably to the notice lor tha "Sale of the Zanes-
viue ana niaysviiio iunitme iw.u, .........
tificd to present their clsims to the Court of Common
Pleas of Muskingum county, at tho adjourned .e.siou
thereol.on theSilh day of December next. All claims
not filed agreeably to this notice, will be forever ex
cluded fiom any participation in the proceeds of the
ale of said Road, in the ovent of tho confirmation
For tho convenience of creditor claim, may be
filed with the undorsifmed, to be reporteel by him
to the session of tho court above mentioned.
A. BASSETT, liccetver.
Lancaster, Octob.-r 14, le62 23
N. B. Mr. Johm C. Wbavkr, of Lancaster, will
receive claims to bo prosented to the Court by th.
A ALWAYS on hand, a lupply of Ledgers, Recordi,
Day-Buoka, etc., together with all kinds of sta
tionary, for sale at unprecedented low prices, at the
book store of JOHN L. TU THILL,
Nov 4 Telegraph Building, opposite court-house
Uncle Tom's rublu .
WHICH is having an unprecedented run 1. just
received and for sale at th. book store o
JOHN L. TUTHILL.
July 30 Telegraph Bui'ding.
NEW YORK .REPORTS, by Comstock for .ale
by , JOHN L. TUTHILL
Prints, Ginhamm Lawn and Shawls,
OF superior quality, can be found in endleaa variety
it JLSNJjJu IrjS.
cojmzE.ciAL - nrmxiaEscz.
CLrm.tD.Oct. BO. Receipts for grain i
'and flour are somewhat better, but sot equal)
to the demand. Markets were quite anima. ,
ted, and wheat was sought after t advenes 1
price over any day of tlio season. Northern
muvn JWM, WIHW w we
86 asked; Houthern 80; Mediterranean 78
781. We heard of sate of shoot 1 2,000 buh
Northern afloat 8lrg82; 2000 bus southern
nitnn I : i . t. r ,
Corn None on Market, but In demand.
Market 64 for yellow.
Flour A good Inquiry cits for flour,
straight brands superfine are di-sircd, with
but little in roarkot. Holders are a little
mora firm and are advanced; 3.87J is now j
HKPfl. Illll nilMA fnr ..... . 1 .
871(34; fancy 844,12j; xtra 4,25(?4,50. '
1'ork Old intM IsftlSJ.
Lard Hbla lOjQUjc.
Salt Fine 1,25. ,
Cheese 617l. ' .
Fwh White 7.
Butter Firkin 1510.
Linseed Oil BbU 75.
Freights Flour to Tonawanda and Buf
falo ID, grain do 3 j; flour
to Oswe.O 35
(340, grain do 8(381; flour to Oirdensburgh
,, ," . , a . V. H. ., ..'
4550, grain do 10; flour to Dunkirk 16.
New Work ITInrket.
i,V... V a r-.... .i. i
, YOBK.NOV. 2. Cotton Unchanged.
Flour 4,62 to 4,68 Genesee 4,81 to 4,87;
Southern 4,87 to 5. 9,500 bush of Western
wheat l,03;Gencsee held at 1,13 to 1.10.
20.000 bush of Western mixed corn 761 to
-7t. .-..-.I n mi i. u.
" Jl iuuuu iciiww f f. a ma mrr auu Ull-
chnnged. Beel market firm and heavy,
. . . -
CiuciHiiuti Market. .
CiKCtRKATi, Nov. 2. River still falling
Weather wet. Little or no business doing
in connequence of the election.. Flour$3,
50. Whisky 17J.
Front Fitlsburfrk. ,
Pittsburgh, Nov. 2. River 2 feet 2
inches raining hard since last night.
(tt-It alw.y. give. u. pleasure to notice
any article that confers a real benefit on the
community, and It is With confidence we
I !...; i.. ... a .,, r-l . d.,i..i,i t ... .ni.r
"."ur PZ etrn.,r..,nr, jtiidin of (he ,ectnYf ftej
'Virtue forlhecureof diseases incident tO,fmit.
I the Throat aud Lungs. This may account
for our frequent reference to this article
i-aijiuicii we leci uny jueuii in mKiii6,
. ... I I. . r 1 r. . 1 1.. :....:.j : -1
I which we feel
known to the puDlIC. A. r. Tribune. .
Receipt for the liazi-tte.
I Samuel Nigh 81,60 Israel Nigh
Noah McNaghten 1,75 David Speitler
Samuel Nigh, Israel Nigh.
MARRIED, on the 28th inst., by E. II.
Davis, Esq., Mr. SAMUEL HANDSHEY
and Miss MARGRET AMELIA BROWN,
of Carroll, Fairfield county Ohio.
niiD,ii.l.rl 111ft. r. I,. K-.nrn.ie.
n . , .u-r. . c,. . .
Paris, Novemlicr 1, 1852. Dear Sir.- Abont two
years since I made use of a few bottles of your Oxy.
genstcd Hitters, lor a stomach complaint, which was
at that time relieved. During the paat year, having
suffered somewhat in my general health, my medical
aavisers rorommen.1eda si-a voyage, snd some twolvo
spile from public duty. .
Since my stay in Kugland nd Franco, 1 hsvo found
my old enemy, irritability of tho stomach, returning
gain. I have not round nny prescription to allord me j ."T.T.T,,, ! LlsUOS-Port,C iret. Wuac.t and Ma '.galYinei; Commercial department, and tb. departmenU of LocU
r.liif, and.l made inquires in London for your Oxy-! ' " isass.saaaa ataisas bus a.aaa , prim.; ariele ol Cosni-c Brandy,Now Eng'snd Rum; and GoneraJ Newa, we have determined to make In
KonaloJ Uitti-ra, but could not find anv. I write now rI'"' subscriber will sell his Farm, one mile west Hveand Vhest AVhiakey, sold in no ie.s quantity creased exertions to render our eu'umns aet apart lor
j to big you will duino the favor !o Sin J by the earliest
le:'iuerto Ilavra, ln'l adri::en bottlrsa, care of Living-
sto iv jlt & ( l) H pj j la ,lri8 ..rl, .
. . ... . ...
"ld I'""" '"" " tMi aml.taptiin Jjfksop,
! of llie Uritish Army, 1 f mill, ou my arrival, sum-ring
fiom .Vhtiunt, maiiil'Mly th.) result of Dysp -pia. If
you havejs mind lo sen! mo an additional hdlf a dozon
bottle', I should like tn Lava the Captain try the medi-
t-inu. I should not ti-ouhled vou u ith this, but for a
wi-h to bo quite sure of obtaining Ihnzeuuino article
nervousties.l,n , ,.
. u.tun ,. ui vttu, ii. , k ut.-uii titr rt.-aiuiitii i ii-.i; v-
Lennoxville.Csiu-U East, to whichcbarz4 I ho -e to
bo able to return in the spring or summer next fu low
ing. I remain, dear sir, your obedient servant.
Dr. G. 11. Uiikkn, Windsor, Vt. L DOOLITTLE
IlEEi), AUSTIN. & Co., Wholesale Druggists, No.
O'l, Merchants' Row-, General AgcnU.
Price, SI per bo-ll.i; six bottles for J5. -
Sold by G. KACFFMAN &.Co., Uncasler.
(D ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER! I.w-
Pen ant To Dvspkptics. Dr. J. S. HOUfiHTON'S
PEPSIN, Tlie True Digestive Fluid,rr Gastric Juice.
pi-opsred from RENNET, or the rova-m stomach
orTHK Ox, after uiroctiona of Karon LIEBIO, the
great Physiological chomist, by J.S. IIouohtoh, M.
D .Philadclphia. This is truly a wonderful remedy for
uiuigeation, uyapepsls, Jaunilice, liver complaint,
constipation and debility, curing after Nature own thopolis, and through Jefferson and Wincheater. unit
method, by Nature'a own agent, the Gastric Juice. -U1K at Groveport, connecting with the cars at Colum-
rampniets, containing acienulie evidence ol its value,
furuished bv asrenta gratia
bee notice among the
It should be cvivkbsallv kkowk For It is
strictly true that indigestion is the parent of a large
proportion of the fatal diseases. Dysentery, diarr
hiea, cholora morbus, liver complaint, and many other
diseases enumerated in tho city inspector's weekly
catalogue ofdealha,are generated by indigestion alone.
Think of that dyspoptics! think of it all who suffer from
disordered stomachs, and if you are wil ing to bo
guided by advice, founded upon exp rience, resort
tonce don'tdelav a day to Hoolland'a Gorman Bit
ters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, which, as an al
terative, curative, and invigorant, stsnds alone and
nnappnwched. General depot, 120 Arch street.
We have tried these liilters, snd know that thev are
excellent fni the diseases specified above Philadel
phia City Item.
MUSIC, SINGING AND DANCING!
Ac ilia Temperance Hall, This Eyasilng,
NOVEMBER; 4, 1832.
THE BAILEY TROUPE OF DANCERS,
Consisting of Master Albortino, Msster Alfred.Viss
Emelie.snd La Petite Fannv. assisted bv the Origin
al Comic Vocalist Johnny Booker, It the favoriie Ballad
Singer Miss Ellon bingnam, will give a grand enter
tainment, consisting ofa variety of now and bnautilul
r.titi,i jAiii..u,iiii;i;aiiie, lnciuning nigiuanu
Klines, Sailor's hornpipo. Ii-ish. Scotch. Chinese.
Greek, Tyrolean, German andAfrican Dances, Polkas,
waltzes, uomic i.'anees, etc
MR. BOOKER will introducn a crest varietv of
new and original Comic Songs, Ballads, Recitations,
Comicalities, etc. etc, which havn been received
wiih unbounded applause at the principal Thoatroa
of the United States.
ITrTicketa 26 centa Gentleman and Two Ladies.
60 cents Door, open at 7. Performance to commence
Halt past 7 o clock, no Postponement.
IsriH-c of J.-iiiiaic;i Ginprr.
rrMfIS Essence is a preparation of unususl excel
J. lenre. In ordinary diarrhiea, incipient cholera,
in short, in all cises of prostration of the digestive
functions it is of inestimable value. During the pre
valence nf epidemic cholera and summer corjplaiuta
ol children, It is peculiarly elHcacious; no family or
individual ah on Id be r-iluout it
Ca utiok-Bo sure to got tho genuine Kssence, which
isiprepsrednnlv by V. Crown, at his Drug and chem
ical store, N. K. corner ?". fifth and chesnut-strcets,
Philadelphia, and for sa'e by all the respectable Apo
thecaries in the United Stales
Sold by M 7.. Krieder.ln LancasterjE. Kalh, Rush
villo, aud by Druggists every where. Nov. 4
FRESH OYSTERS. . . .
1HAVE just received a lot of FRESH
OYSTERS and will keep constantly ud
a supply, whenever they can be obtained, throughout
the season. sept. I O. W KR.t .MER.
School Books -.
WIVOLESALE and Retail, at reduced prices-em.
bracing all kinds used in our schools, at the
book store of JOHN L. TUTHILL,
South sido of main-street, opposite court-house
Estate of Conrad Fetter..
NOTICE i. hereby given, that the subscriber ha.
been appointed and qualified aa Adminiatrator
on the Estato of Cohxad Fkttkbi, deceased, late of
Fairfield countv, Ohio. J. It MUMAUGH. Adm
Lancaster, October 21. 1863
CinciBBaliuUIillsborou?!! Railroad 1
r-. ' 1
nTI.HE TAMI.K NO. .OCT. ., iit.
I nward Tiaiaa.
Mixttl P. utj.trr Trwjna. '
.1 90 A
Su - mc.'.tV.e,, uti
hen ft tiliu)!tn pike 8 A. M.
Brhnaar k u i u
, A. M.
:n a. m.
10 I A. M
7 15 A M
7 50 A. M.
H 16 A. M.
fi 40 P
7 I.'. K
7 40 f.
8 26 K
X 36 .. M.
. iMihim ft U'ilniiryt.n pllc II
K(i !ni-e a Yi ater btaliun ....
( l-vcl.nl. U 45 A. M. V ID I'. M
'Upward Train No. I and d .wn rard Train No. I.
' mw at liumchnxtcr at 8 33 A il
J Thd Ruloa and UcuUtion of tin l.iulo Mi.ini !
: Road arc to )n obaoi vod uiiori t m-Rfn.l
I W 11 CI.V. MKNT. 8p'l
P. S 1 Tallmado'a m'r iin(t a id vi-nin Ji lao of
, firat cla-a tour hor fuath'-N. (wi'hiut mail-! ra
Cliillt.'ifitiM strarl fm-a4t'rtoZn;viII. an I ci.irf- 1
:P'5 u,' V'- " V V-T" ii.'Il V"d
Pik'alon to 1'ort.in mil, and ma CirrLvillttoiu;-
i,u.. run in cniiw-tion wiih lh trains
aim. oinrtoa a tour hrA tHst rcwcna, liaiiy if.
. f.'hil!i. o-h-., and by way l IViwIw-tir to Mayavi't.-,
: ana r raimiiu pol rnariics rut Aw rvtraMin;!!.
th tn-uat ilillburouKh. Novrober . tVrl
I Important to rnmiliea. j
pin: .uWrlu-r haa op.n-,d a lliitclifr Kliop,
i I hi Martina How. two doors uth of tha Puat
Ottlci', wheic ha will
koiip on band, at all t,m,
triiZW- I OltK, HKVSWF.CrJlZ
,u ..i.ltli r.. ran.irtiltu n..;j . .n - i.nn
Ko. J. . S I
v. P. M. E n.lA
4 'In P. M . " . J1 r "T
a xi p m i '
tlioy wiah anything in liii linn, nd he will ndcavor ,ni f"rniany, h re in ical s iinre haverearh. driven bv atm. and many card, hand and other prae
to m lor saiil'. tioii, both in qmlity n-l pri :i-. l ,,uar hielieat prr(erii..n, ruvi.i-.r rt;cTt,ai. is in ! tea Inhtead of e mpt-y ing but two men aa lormerly .
JKSdK ANOKH-iOS. trodured,an-l incpnutrn me in Hie Ain.i.a. I.mpiiala. the number haa gia.lua'lly swelled to two hundred;
October il, loo- - 23
PAKX fOlt KALE.
e-a-airr . . j : j t j i. , ,
'-piIK undersigned, being deairous to change his l.u-
r.M .! ".' ,-,f',,n0",.0trer,."'ra"ic .,r!u'bl
t.ARM,.liu.te in Bloom towmhip. f.irfiold county,
V Saitl Firm contain over J'z
""" " "r """ 3-i"n.-
MW Said arm contains over
WTW0 HCXOBK.) ANO SIXTV.TW.t:!:i
TW O III.NIHIKI) ANI SIXTV-TWtJ
J Ks. mnro tn two.)hir. ro8 ni,,
piodatateof cuitiiation.andlhebalam-awell limb-r
I he mIa, Jr. InHnWo..",;
nl m liM. U,. ,.n
Said Farm can bo divided so aa to made two mod : Trf."' " " ,''-! VVJ iih i-um.ui,
farm., and will bo sold seperalo or togHth.r, to auit ! h;ch this haa by le.itat.d and cr.i ntli-as tril r.roy
purchasers. ;ed lUell to b; snJtruatbi g-eit im in pTepnn
For particulars, as to price and ternw persons de.
j sirous of purchaa-ug,are ri-ferredto A. McVeigh, Kaq ,
i inr.aainr, uiuo, or 10 in
uiidetttgned, who wilt JP
i lounu on ine ireiiuscs donnp, tin next two weeka.
1 8't' 13, "'J'J JA.MK3 A HARKISON
UKV Gt)01S AND CARPET STOKE.
JOII' KIIILLITO aV CO.,
s 12 rr-.t e-...h mtmt .! i
-VtinivwiTt ,7 , ,t- . .1
HE eJlFL rf'T."1.. !?Z?ZJl .
v ..f ...... ..... ..a .,un o-u.uij
.large snd complito assoruncnt of i
FANCY AND STAPLE ENGLISH, FRENCH,'
! ' GERMAN AND AMERICAN i
- r. - -Vri . . Il
P ST tr C CO
Alao an extenatve assortment of
Also an extenstve assortment of
FOREIGN AND AMERICAN CARPETING.
rwi.r.ivi. n.ii n.iir.ii tir.i r.ii.u,
: n(.0i which we otf. ,J low prirK, ilnil
' Goods can be bought in the United States,
I l" I, O OH O I la CLOTHS,
j Thornue,hly a-asnned, from 3 to 24 f-ct in n irltli;
' a large sioruaiwavs on nsn,t. ramtneaf uotei keep.
! "?rT:"";e7 "".J
I pj.irp, M ,hv b pTciased i the Kast.'
ern Cities. (h tober 21, IH'i-.
... -. .. . . . . . ., -.. . " ...
which aii- clnari-d aul un Jar good cultivation. There
ii a good Fuii'i.ixis Mill onthe ssme, situated with-
in a lew rods of tho Zanesvilla and Mavsville Turn-
uiko. witli two rood run of stones, tu.oed bv
ov-rshot wheel. There arc also on tha premises three
never i'-ilin springs of water accommodious and
convenu nt .Iweiling house, spring house, barn, snd an
01' 'ar.l ot urst ratolrui . Beiiu; desirous to remove ;
Uail, ,,., u.lln, lht ,.,nr.ot r,;l ,uit gny per,on
: u-isliini'tn nurchase. Indisnutabln title can b eiveu.
ftc-pic-moer . JI.nr(x oUll.a
. Ill .,i.m.ii ti iibiiiw, iuuui .our iiii.ua suumi-aai ol
Amanda, and eWit m les south oflhecitv nf In
. .... - - r ., .
rc-n ALiDntt. onincnoiiu ine isnooi itoncn rowier.
On r.aiJ farm thero is aliout 100 acres of cleared land
.. . ..... .. . ,t
rea ol cleared land
n,L.rrllU.ati. and tho lial.nce first rate limhnm.b
On it ., wrt nuvt , - . .M.i n nl... -f
"" r "V. ." ." fi . j i.l j
choice Fruit, is well watered with good springs.nd
a XKVKR VAILINO STREAM 11USNIXO THH0UOH IT,
including the water privilege for a Grist or other
Mn. with fram 20 to -26 foot fall near the road.
For furl her information sddIv to the subscriber in
... . . . . ......
July 17, ly2
nr f i f si. ? j lj- t
bus will pass through CarrolL Gxeencastle and Li
unwii LaflllC-lSltSr Sllla ,OiUIn-
Time of leaving Lancaster.".! o'clc A.M., precisely.
Time of leaving Columbus, 8 oVk, A. M. precisely.
Ample arrangements are made to carry all who da
airo to travel on these routes M.Z. KREIDER.
Lancaster, September 1. 1S52. diw
fi. I-AIT TiTIAN V CO.,
nA VE been filling up their rtnek again, and will
keep constantly on hand all kinds of
FOREIGN AND AMERICAN CHEMICALS,
DRUGS, PAINTS. OILS &. DYF. STUFFS,
which aro warranted pure.
NOTIONS. CORDAGE. GROCERIES, tfcc,
; to which we invita the attention of the tndi.
(Quinine, Opium, Morphine, Calomel,
Tannin. Soda, Chloroform, Blua Mass,
Magnesia. Pink Root. Sarsaparilla, Senna.
Can be'had by tho quantity or small parcels at
Sept. I 18.V. KAUFFMAN vt CO.
G. KlirWll.'M aV CO.,
j fTEEP constantly on hand, White Iad, pure, in
JLV Kegs and dry, Venetian Lead, Yellow Ochre,
Prussian B'ue, ilea i-ea, i.miarge, i.inseed ui'.Jipprm
Oil, Corn Oil, copal Varnish, cuach do., chrome Vol-
low. do. Green, Rose Pink. VenniMion Lamp II ark,
Turjientine, Lard Oi,Fish Oil, A'coho1 Japan Varninh,
SNOW WHITE ZINC PAINT,
that will not turn yellow. All of which will bn sn d
low for cash. aept. 1
Fiif I'roof I'itiiii.
CHOCOLATE COLOR, a cheap and durable Paint
for out side work, just received at
Seplt-inliei-7. KAUFFMAN & CO.
YOU can get Log Wood. Ext. Log Wood, Fuatic,
cam Wood, Bluo Vitriol, Madder, copperaai. A.
uin. Indigo, of the best quality at
Seplinilier ti. KAUFFMAN &
I AINT Brushes, a'l sizes.
White Wash do
X Hair do; Dusting do;
cloth do; Flesh do; Scrubbing do; Feather Duster'.
Sept I Just received at KAUrr AiAn aiu.
RAIL ROAD NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby givon, to the Stockholders of I
the Cincinnati. (Vilminglon and .anesville lUil
Road Company, that an Iimalinmit of ten per cent.,
upon each share of the Capital Stock of said company, I
is required to bj paid to Ihoundorsignod, Treasurer!
thereof, at Ins olhee in Unra.ter, on or before the
FI'IM IlAx Or .AKt.ll Ir,Al, and a like Hiatal-
meiivui hii jn huh i.tnt j .ivj u.j. mciMiiu un
til the whole amount is paid up.
By order of the Board of Directors.
JOEL RADEBARGH, Treasurer,
Cincinnati, W. & Zanesville Railroad Company
Notki. Interest will be allowed on all subscrip
tions nf stock, from the time paid in, until the road
is opened and in operation.
And for the convenience of subscribers, Jor. L.
Frank-ik, Kaq., of Cirelerille. haa been appointed
to receive instalment, from subscribers residing in
Danikl MoLcast, Esq., of Washington, for those
residing m r a vette county, ana
Lawkkwck Vitihdoh, Esq., of Wilmington, from
thoso residing in Clinton county.
JOEL RAPEBAUGH, Treasurer,
Cincinnati, Wv Ik Zanesville Railroad company.
February 9. 163 "
PUTTY. 400 pounds machine made Putty in
bldoers,for..Uby OTTO W. KHEAMER.
Lancaster, My 39, Iwl
Var Ms rapid Car of '
corens, colds, hoarsexess, .
. M hi vps ' a f i UI, ln4 L..trlo- ih pn',. ,
W r, j ,. , ta')U r4i(.r an,p i
' "J1 : 'v "') .... -wd n th m ., 1
ffl 11 Vm'.lti tX ,lT -V.-XA e,u. ar. . .....
mi -uu in r-u..lMJ, u , !... Vt 1. o il l
nj.y MtiCfiMU- ii.l
n-i ruin ..!.. f, uir ..uti.t ,-. inraun ry, ,.v fail il
til li n n,.J .1, thi. ), .,:u i )rj n jr ,.v,.rv
tr al. r(.i: rrP,l -I.-f t i ii h aifli. to,t ih v i an n.'
rv lorg. f. tn ! pr-r'n c I fur... i.k, n. m loua ml Irjo
n mira'.l i, i,r;.(?. n
tVljili- i i a fr-ii I -tii 'il u'i! r . .. . ni j.n
..n . ...A . ii -..r i : .... . .'ii .i. . t . 3
w ii.in-it j .. i i. D,.
llhii.il.M l-l:'Ii'. Aoas h X on'
d"' prouf liiat ih
aisg nral thin. I uf I'nvnt invatu'uly, ttrt the
matadu-a for whi'hl' i inipltiy-d
tatiin mak'-a ih -a-f. Is wk.'-rsnl iMt r tnown.
thi". we i bi has g-aih-ally Ix-crme th heat r li. m
of th afliiiAfl, lrf.ni fh loz-cabin cf th; irrrj. an
poaaan, to ih. a'arfa of Knr ipoan K ne Tiiro'inh
out this r rr?irrtn n-rv, !n nvrry Hati, citT, an-i in-
i, kom,n ., tl, w rm,,w . .( U.r di..
.asea ol Inn Tliit nl l.i.n.-a, and in oianir lor. irn
. it la '-bitting tn ! aati n-uvlr un. d liv their !
j moat intollic. nt I bsait'ii.ija In 1 ruat Pritun. r ranre ;
' n'nia-noiuea, rui iii.i.iuaii n,,an.l m jom-.tic ,-rac.
( tice, aa tho surest rvinedy their a'ti-rivn lhyii iana
I c,n '"P'oy for fw ""'re Aingirmia a'.rei-iiu of tin
i Also ui n:i''-r raai, a no iot rniiarn ll is
! , ple..nt, ,nJ eir ,-rtual to cure. In M. a ol
t nni-lflAt.riiv5t.au filial, we r-riv d h-e Wn
i f,, ., u w k,Vj fo , , ,. ,.reJui 1U, in
lunga. Aiao ui siifi-r nut, ana tor cniiarn n is
; p,r,,cui,riv fnciu,-
, r The C,:MV
, r ... ...
nfkl f . l.al.'k-r-r
,lA , ZS," 1
eye. hb invariable ... ur,c ,n 1 m Jt 1. a-,1)
rro!--d uj law from .oiin; rf-iits. ron teqni.nt-
I We hare end sv,r h-re to furnish the rrmmu
. 1 - u a'-nit. ou a Ktiiu.H 1, ii.itttti puuii .rp. 1011
,nity with a meduiie of au.1. in.in,ic superiority
j s.id worth ss ihoulJ comnisnd it-clf to tha-ir conn-
. -.a. . .nV.j
in Mrrnght.. afford
PhvsicikiM s n-iw smi f.n -.- luVh tliey cn rIy
..1 i i . .... . . -
. -y - "
k ith a i
! will du for Iht'io all that me-iicintf can do.
J phkpahkp by J.C- atkk, ciikmist. i.owFi.l nnsi nor bhnd.v advocate every mesaure of Party with
! Kold in !rcatr bv Ksuffman Ac co F.. L. Slocura out in.uirv, whether right or wrong. Vthilewepur-
snd l)r. M. Z. Kroi !:f. KuilivilL., K. Kalb. and by ' 'i that which is right, we win follow the dictates
Llrl:sli', rnJ IJeal.-ra in mt-Uitujs every wher
.November 4 IKVi m5
FKrIt AltHIV.I. OI' ;UOCrmE.S
At Old S,...I r , :er V:"
rpHANKFUl. for pat favr.ra, t!i; suUcriher re-
.- "pectlully informs Ina oldcuaomerssnd thepaV ,
lie gener?!lv,tat he ras now a full and rrrr.nlcte
: Stock of F.i MILY flH OCKItlKS, embracing, in
i pan, inn loiinn uir -yui iea:
' "OKKEK Kie and Java, of the best quality:
i --- -. i,..i.-.:.j 'u...i t r r ..u- .
tj. i r., ioupj iiyMia nu itur-ria
, m. '-
i and New Orleinn;
MULASSts Best Uo don Svrup, Su.ar IIouic
and New Orleu.s:
ai.fi rill 'T in Ei.h. Varkere' and Cod,
s-L'jialllreah: aio. Ih-rrin?-.
TOliACCOS A prime article of Russell and Po-
binson's Carendi.h, sn J A lien's beat pound lump: also,
a good artie'e ol spun, Nai Rod and aix Twist; Also,
AnuVn'. fma cut
.l..vi....J . ... . 1 ; T. l. .. . t
Sl'ICtg-Peppnr. Ahpico. Gmgi.-r, Clo-es, Cini.a-
t 'i, n a nuan.
. Besides a creat variety ot articles usually kept at
,imi ,r estab iahmenta, all of which will be sod at I
aa low prices as st anv other house in the chv.
A coniiituar ce of this patronsee ef the pub ic is re-
nectfuliv solicited. tiUOHGH 1. VVYCLM. i Humorous fc.x tracts from Current Literature; Agrl
I . - . . . ,rw i. i j ii . ! .... I. i Tr . : . . Mn..
Ijncaaler, Auguat 4, 1S52
la.4XCASTI.IC T COLI'MBIS.
TkS?4THr. I'ACKET LANCASTER.
I a u:r. p me ni-i tannsiw win conunii. ro mue
.sl. reiniiar Trips oerween laucamer ana uiiunnu.
' sj follows: Leaving Lancaster on Tuexiavs, Thurs-
, "days and Sundays at 4 o'clock, P. M., arriving in Co-
Uninus in tune lor inn mornuij; ir-ina oi r4, eiuier , departments of our esiaoiisnment wo can ouer a KUr
to Cleveland or Cincinnati: leavins Columbus on Moo- 'ante, of ability, correctness and dispatch, lew
j it - t . t t. - ... . f, .h ru
.ym: " "TJ m,.".M"T T"::'r."'
1 M , and arriving at Lancaster at half past cuht the
ard to rassape or freight, ao- .
' . , j , .Jo n?.i. 1
r or iiuitrmaiion in r-
P7? " " u,."lKr- ur ".' "' f""""' XTY?"
si voiiiiu ou.. vinmiuuMTt, pre in . niuit-., t , uiumuiu,
t0 carry paasengera between the pscUet and the car. ;
Mh b u H jK,.-E1ES captain.
on IC-.q 1
i 2eE'e"' . --V
!. ONE IIUNDIM-'U GUNS! !
M .. I
il' . , 1 U, I' ' UI1IV111 U' 1 h n -ln..i J
WONDER! The undersigned
.'..i . . . i -.-
ivT would respectfully announce totheciti.
zona of Fairfield ami sdjoinin. counties, that he has
! again opened mo vi.v ai.i l i js.n i , iT suwi t.att
nf Ijmcastcr.on the Turvml.-e. The Old Fort wtt '
. once entirely evacuated the guna spiked, and the ! THE GAZETTE TO CLUBS
General wounded. But now having again recovered For the cash in advance, we will aendth.follow
from his wounds, haa enlist"d the old mullen stock 1 ing number of Weeklies to bo stopped in .It caae.
; brigade, and is readv to fare the enemy: based upon when the time is out;
the old adage of 'Often beaten tmtnerer conquered.' 3 copies for ta, and for each other, 8to8..$t,20
I As tho enemv is yet far otf. tho company will be ' H do tlO, do do B to 20. ...$1,65
! KMPLOYKT) in the MASVFACTUUlSO OF 20 do 20, do do 20and npwarda..81JX)
an CAKUl.VCJES, j, , , i Ci.cb A dpitiovs New aubacription. to a club
' Bug- py and J?Sar"lT i ctn 06 made at the proportional rates and ao that the
j KTfZJ W A i O K S, Tjj-V7ii'l-r time expire, with the others of the chib.
together with sny and every thing belonging to that I Agents and Prospectus.
branch of business, msde from (he best materials and ! Postmastkms akd Fre Papr. We make
) by noma of the best workmen eat of the mountains. Postmaster agents of the Cincinnati Gazette, and r
The work will all be warranted, and sold at leas price quest ot thorn tj oMai. and forward subscribers fov
than any other shop of tho same kind for ready cash. . us, and we will pa) the regular coouniaaio-a on all they
The ready pay system will be preferable to any other; ! obtain.
! aa we have long aince learned by experience, that : Wo will a'ao aend to any Postmaster ourWeehly,fre,
, ouggeys run neuer, wear eeiier, ana looli Detter.when
well treased than olherwise.
All kinds qf LUMBKIt taken in exchange for
work. E. M. WINTER, General.
June 34, 1851 3m7
THE TDLCf.IC WMI I.I.I
LITTLE &. DRESBACIIS,
Main Street, Laiieler. Ohio, lietweci
Itjrons' Grocery anil P. Bepc'a
T AVE JtKt received their Fall mA TCinfrr mlnrV
II of In y Golds. Groceries, Queensware, Glass-
ware, noois ana .noes. cotton l arn, Bsttinz, t all pa-
per, Bordery, Window fllinds. Carpets, BIaukets.Flan-
j ,o)s etc. etc., .u of hWl ,;iva tKtei ,vitn
care as reeards auaiitv. stvles and nrirea and u-ill lta
sold at the lowest market prices. We ins ite our old
friends and tho community in geneial to come and
examine our stock belore buying elsnivhero, as no
pains will he spared to ::ive entire satisfaction to all
who will favor us with their custom.
GEiiHGK H. LITTLE
SAMUEL D. DKESBACII.
I.niiciister, Septemlirr 24. 1853. Ml
Winlrr is Coming
ND every body shou'd supply themse'res with
irami clutlting. Come and look at our stock of
Cloths, Ovt-r-coatings, cassimeres. Satinets, Jeans,
I Flannels, Limes, Under-shirts, snd Drawers, just re
t ceived and for sale cheap bv
sept-f ui l l.t & IJltKSBACHS
: ITsiv instsnro. an aitachnentw-s. thia dsv issued.
j --by Alfred McVeigh, a Justice ot the Pesco of
Hocking townshp, Fairfield countv. Oho. aeainst the
proportyand etl'sctsof Hcnn Wolober. a mm-re-ideiit
of said e ,untv. JOHN SHRIEVES.
Oct. 16, 1852.
A Tmv instance an attachment was this day issued
I - by Alfred McVeigh. . Justice of tha Peace for
Hocking township, Fairfield county, Ohio, against the
property and effects ol John Mineharf, a non-renitlnt j
of said county. SAM. F. MAt'C'RAi'KEN ;
September 30. 1053
STEA.W 8.1 tV MILL.
nigned has just put into operal inu
L Steam Saw Mill, in PI"""" townsnip, 6 miles
North of Uncaster. on the Millersport road, whore i;
I 1. nn. nreoarod to fill all Ordera tor Lumber of
-" - iv A ,k., ,:
"""iept. 1, f85a--iul6' DAVID CUPP.
Br ilio F;tsl I.l no Pucker.
CPRING AND SUMMER BONNETS Just receiv
IO ed, white colored lace and straw Bonnets.
Also Black silk, Bonnet Ribbons, Blue Denims
and Palm loaf Hsts, at HENLEY'S.
Lancaster, June 1, 1S52
Silks Bareges, Bareges, Dc Lalnes and
TaOPUNS, elliog at unusally low price, at
Mf, AprU 8,1863. . .AWtiT-f.
j the cni nMTi uiztrrn
j DAH.Y-I3-. i R.w Kl.kLV-Ilt WF.r.XlY-tJ
labrT wf-nty i Wrrkly ; f 1 ractu
, j. c -4vni t. c. i s mciiT, l. b. tjo:n,
' arrt.r, K4 a'rxprlwtsaa-a.
4n.-orpnra'o an. ah Ing Uaunoaa r" V r tha aanas at
Tlir Cinrinuafi Gazette v'ctnpaur,
To whom baainoas lurttn will a dirortrd.
4,KK) Nw SubM-rikera id Tkrce Yearav
T' "ivri.Ti CArtTTsr roarrAavikxIra to tn
i ritfiaiti iitloii to IIm ir arrrral N'l-naf apvr iatoalva)
: pwiiii mi.,i n h.rtlio rairia) ihr r'f' of
' ih t'U nf In V-J, lo Itf a-ps-at laurst of
j whi- !i l ie paj-r ia dtolrd. Tho aonaur odrwr U
Z'f:. uLT TCra.'S. ZZZ
"ui 'li'-a bc;j.-a. harohvo har
.li'..T..r-taBl....' .hr,t. ,4 panirnlar mpartmonts.
A a fi r nr rln.n luilio support iA Um Waal, la pra-
- r - n v lu a 4.nnpap ra, lha Uatta is
Pr-at laa tnrlnail sm lltaa Pnanaj
w,ix u,iH ,ht a,rlleit MHlgenttrom tk sv.
i.. 'J-i.......A,J.,V. . :. -a
i icitk ma part
Jtorittg Cfrrepnnt?etM tfth mof rHlalle ehmr.
nr'-r i hn,pe, II atjiirglon, iVrw York, and ofAfr
Thii i-P-r wtt men Wat.m naoola lt) K
w-wm f-arli-r than any aaaturn pl-lira.Ua.
r harr alan en(4d tha a.-rviraa of K. D. M-a
m -ic mil, wra. tTsw,and aaany
oil-ira. wha enhibuta MiWvova, tffutci.
Sricntifie, JlurticuUural, Finmncuil md CraaSaarrial
VV airdtmiindtn babnhind no other papery nd
I " li n x apua uinnav or labor to maka our paper rai-
I ual.lf lo PVfl-y i.iia. in. a fnrU.
T'ik trt .mt, haa ba ataLli.be SIXTY VEAR8,
;and haa gr.mn In cnnfid-nre a a reading n adrav-
ti -wK pa-r. Jur aatalilUkmant hat chance, from a
li iil.'ii to a larga an atory builaing Our praai
! roi.m lia.' also l.etn greatly impmred. Tha old f
Itw.d hand preimea have Coen discarded, and at
ureara introduced Vie now hare aiv ana-at
prpaups iniroduc-ed n e now harp an power presses
;iu enpenaeii nara incmued Irom ten dollars per
i wee If to one thousand, and instead of conducting but
owe branrh of Uio liuaineaa, wa now u-dartake to o-
ecuie ainft-T sny mnu oi wore j-'erraining lo tnearior
prin.itiff. t e can tilt omers air ,w9papara, cook
worli, s i ktntls of Job Printing, Bna&rg, Lithograph
iiij. ood tinrmvinr, Stereotyping, SMC V' stats
this tu show our onward progress.
Our Daily Paper
fontai na a mar h 'arger amount of reading than any
othei i. inrinnati 6a'vy paper Wa devote ajapacial
paina tr gelling accurate snd re labia newa arc are
particu'sr'a car. fu' toaroid pera. na'ities and v-tgari-tie
we ae-k to give facts we treat oar readers as
If the v were intelligent men, and give them auch Infor
mation bearing on the sultjuct, as will tend to enlight
en the mind.
The Cixcivwarr IJazettf will maintain it posl.
nun a tv.ani; iti.u; pjprin ma nen, ana ni pro.
-:. M7tnr, f. ' ,Bmlll,B . f to.
rars. inir-n uie iiriii ii'i inirrai ina .avnriiHi nf ihih
princij known u Wbr princip
princip es known aa n.g princip:ea. Ther do not
permit tt-e'r paper b indu to follow the beheats of anv
; ot nf.nn.
The Comrnercinl News of the Dallr Gazette is
vervfu'i, and accurately made up from the books of
'the : Merchant,' Eh.nge, anda1! tho beat ourcaot
: Infoyn-tloe. bv one whoW. hi. who., tun. to the
.uHect; ar.d we giv. all the nnancuu ana uommer.
cUf Newa a business man may want.
8U Adverti.ins; medium, th. Gazette
. ran!a foremost. Its eanr advertisers number neat
f e hundred, and our advertiaing charrea win .reach
: eiuu per nay uur nuiLucr ol tranaienc advertisers
, are verr numerous.
Our Tjii-VVkxklt contains all the news oftheOai'r
I " larzat, oenana cneapeat in in. yveai.
In Clubs, it can be bad, as may be seen, for
1 J"0 per annum. A. commend, however, as moat
I astjsfartrrv and independant. afna-it tubecrtvtion at
I J2- Thia coata a litt'e more, but la leas troublesome,
and more aatiafactory.
. invite attention to the claim of Una papertoths
antinnrf nTthj. ll'rirt U ittuM in Ih. I,t vwitHvlns-
our exertion, to make th. Po'itical department of the
1 . -. t. v .i..i..v uhmb vv..i
In thia department wi'l alway.be found . careful-
IT chosen melange of Tales, Poetry, Moral i-aaya.
Descriptive and Historical Skitcbea, Edifying and
cultural auu ..v.i ... uiiui.i uuuiiintuwa. mi. .
of amustng and instructivo Redactions tor the benefit
of the juvenile members nt tlie Home Fireside. We
i will leave neither pains nor expense untried, to ren-
!derour paper entertaiciag and tiaeful tothe Bosi
ooss man and general reader and Family Circle.
i We oftee aa illustrat ion., in' reduce wood Cut
of model houses and distinguished person, andpla-
Our Editorial arrangnmenta are such, that in all
, "' " -"-" ---..-..
' i- t-.i 1- . . ' ... ..: " .
from Cincinnati; and each WaeWlr i. equal to 300
naeea of an octavo volume and aoi a are made HD
-ltn ao mt an Tn4wlitiira of labor and moner. ea-
t Tr P .L r . . . e .
P"?' purpoM Ol amp-vao. -n7.rav'
turimponanca uo rtearern nai uera, anu v. p.ww. r
presenting and consistent 'r advocating the great Lom-
Usl .Id Social Intereat. aftbuT aecUon ol th.
,, . TERMS
i'AILV, paiabe nal-arir.... ....ajaai
I TRI-witKLY, par ab after afWionth ot each
. ' ass c on
Till w I.'
j W EEKLY, 2,tM) in advance; $20 during the year
or at tne end ot the ear,.. ... ........
: who wi I act as our ajent, and will keep pur frospee-
tus posted up in his oitice, and aid in having put and
kept in other places, if he will designate his wish to
ut. September 9 Idw6wwl7
TT7E have on hand a laree .tock of cotton tet&
I 1 V Twine, Hemp do do; Broom Twine.FishLine.
i Carpet Yam, Bod cords, ah cord, Graas and Hemj
Ropei all aL.ea KAUFFMAN t CO.
, LARGE Assortment of every Tsriety of style.
' l. from plain to most beautiful Turkey binding.
aiul extremely low prices, ai ine noon iinn oi
i Novembar 6
JOHN L. TUTHILL
Etnte of John 8. Manly.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the nderlgned ha.
been appointed and duly qualified a. Adminutr.
tor of the Kstate of Joim S. M . deceaaed, late of
Fairfield county, Oh;o. A'l person, having claim,
against said Estate will present them for settlement,
legally authenticated wit in one year and all thoao
indebted will make immediate payment.
JOSEPH G WISEMAN, Admtor.
Octob. r 28, lbo.-4w-4
Use Howe. Cough Canaf.
CJOLD wholesale and retail by k b p-?'.
Druggist, Lancaster, Ohio
November 20, 1H51
wholicsai.- aa-n -rait. MAiita i
Every Variety of Family Groceries, Pro
visions, Notion, Cordnste, Tar, Glass
..tv STBCCT. LANCASTER. OHIO.
--i-,'-i-c ,i, .H-ntlnn of tha, cnuntnr and ckv trade
I I '.- .iva arrival from New York, which
' makes hi. assortment complete. He U ready at all
tines to attend to tbe wanU of hi. customers, and let
.' j, be understood at all times that h. sells on th. aver.
age lower than any house in Fairfield county , with
the exprea understanding that any article bought.
I hit establishment that don't give satislaction, on
turn of the
,!, , thm mimtv will ha refunded.
Lanca-ter, July 30, 1853 lmwvmd
NOTICE TO MY FRIENDS.
S the track of the Rail Road passe, through my
nA .ml ni. nv nersons. ladies, aentlemen and
; .(.n-i.. j lrte number, anxioua to sea the work.
without thought, pass through the!gate, leaving them
0B6n , that the'hnrsos and cattle get away, and the
. ..l..ll,i,h lha fi-lda tnmttt down thia
i ran" k--..-;s - - -- -r- r,,Z
grasa, subjecting ma to much annoyance: Thi. is
most respecuuiiy iunjtitij.i
wish to visit the work, to take the track of the Kail
Rosd near Ring's mill and return that way. Thi.
will give them no additional trouble .nd save me
much. My willingnesato gTatify the public in any
reasonable way. I think will not be doubled, and I
trust in thi. respect . word to th well-disposed will
be sufficient. -
Most reapwaully, D. TALI.MADGE.
Lancaster, August 10-3m-Eagle fc Telegraph copy