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CITY 07 LASCASIE2:
Wednesday Evening, Nov. 10,1843
1 Aiibioai IseusTIY. The Interference
of the. Austrian Consul, Mr. Belmont, In the
recent election, has cawed considerable dis
cussion, and may hereafter have tome Influ
ence in our political relatione. It it well
that the matter should be rightly understood.
Hie money and his influence did much to
wards the 11,000 majority given to Pierce
and King in New York city. The Demo
cratic papers try to evade the force of the
fact. The Post says:
"As to the exercising of the functions of
a foreign Consulship, the Whigs are not at
all squeamish. Charles A. Davis wrote po
litical letters, aa Jack Downing, and put bis
name to party circulars without scruple, not
withstanding be was at the time Consul for
So far, so good. But unluckily for the
Pott, Mr Davis is on hand to speak for him
elf in this mstter; and has made the follow
ing statement in regard to it:
The Evening Post of the 27th Inst., con
tains an article to which my attention has
been called, and into which my name seems
unnecessarily drsgged, to aid in establishing
a principle that a person Holding a foreign
consulate is not thereby debarred the right
of exercising any privileges which may oth
erwise belong to Dim
Without stopping to discuss this point,
nor yet to blame the editor of the Post for
naming me in a controversy in which I have
taken no part, 1 would merely ssy that many
years since I was honored by the King of
Saxony with the otlice ot Consul-UeneraL,
the main object then being to gather com
mercial statistics relative to a contemplated
trade (in unison with Spain) with the late
colonies of the latter Government, (the King
of Spain then being the husband of the
daughter of the King of Saxony.) The in
tention was to conduct this trade via New
York and other ports of the United States.
' About this time "the American system,"
so called, was reawakened here, and a Con
vention assembled in this City in relation to
this great national question.
I was selected as a delegate to this Con
vention, and was put upon a Committee to
report upon the 'industry of tht country.' The
"report" I wrote, and read to the Conven
tion. Some intelligent Saxon, I suppose,
sent it to Dresden, with the other proceed
ings of this Convention. At any rate, short
ly after this, I received a very polite letter
from the Minister of Foreign Affairs, inform
ing me, "that the King had heard with Surprise
that his Consul-General in the United Mate
had been advocating American industry"
which, of course, was a doctrine "hostile to
the industry of Saxony" &.C., &c, and await
ed my reply to this charge.
I saw very clearly that the King was a
vise man, and I was left with only one an
swer to give: and that was, that when I ac
cepted the office which had been bestowed
on me, without solicitation on my part, by
his Majesty, I did not understand that I had
thereby sold my birth-right tor a mess of
pottage, &.C. So I lost the office of Consul
lieneral, but I learned a useful lessson in po
litical economy, which I have not forgotten
iiice; and that was, that unless these United
States shall adopt a system that reasonably
protects the industry of our people, our inde
pendence was practically a Fourth of July
frolic. Very respectfully,
' CII. AUG. DAVIS.
So it seems that Mr. Duvis wus removed
from the Consulship by the King of Suxony
because he would not go for Free Trade
bccnuso he was in favor of protecting Amer
ican Industry! It seems, then, that these
hreign pote:.lte8 P7 8om0 n,io t0
American politic that iliC," do take eoma
TrkTobaccoTbap. Ilunt't Merchant's
MsgsEine, for November, contains paper
on the tobacco trade, the statistics of which
are exceeiing Interesting to American mer
chants, particularly in showing the compar
ative productions of each State some in
creasing and others falling offand further
showing the fact that the annual value, at
this period, is no greater than that of twen
ty, thirty or forty years sine". It would
seem from this summary that the lowest (av-
ersge annual) prices obtained lor tooacco
were, in 1613, S cents; 1845, 4J cents; snd
that it reached or exceeded 10 cents only in
the fivefollowlngyears,vix-1816,15$ cents;
1817, 12, cents; 1818, iu cents; isia, ioj
cents; 1839, 10 cents.
The total value of the exports have varU
ed (except in the embargo year and during
the last war with Great Uritsin) from $2,
150,000 (in 1811) to $10,058,000 in 1836,
$12,576,000 in 1841, and the highest sum
yet realized, $12,809,000 in 1816.
The leading States for production have
been as follows:
Indiana 1, 820 .(UK)
North Carolina... 1ri,772 000
Tennenoo . . ,
Maryland. .. .
Kentucky , . . .
1 ,M i 000
10. 481 '.OOO
No other Slate has produced, at these pe
riods, beyond 1,000,000 pounds.
The total export, total export value, and
average value per hhd. for some years are as
Years. Export llhds. Total Value Vol. per Hhd
1828-1834 Aver. 86,8.42 $5,68:1,000 $M 25
1835-1841 107,975 ,H2,000 85 0"
184?-I 80 I " 132,010 7.334,000 - 6!) 25
The foreign exports for 1840, 'CO, '61,
were, to countries annexed:
MdH. 1840. -Ululs 1850.
Biitish Colonies. ,
Italy and Tripste.
Other Countries. ,
Total Export.. .101,511
Burglary.'-Last night, the room of Mr.
Shick, a German Shoemaker, in Arnold's
building, was entered by some person or per
sons, and between 80 and $100 in silver and
a silver watch was taken therefrom. The
window looking into the yard was opened
and an entrance effected in that way. It
will be well for our citizens to be on their
A IIoosier Speech. Out in Huntington,
la., a IIoosier orator went it in the follow
ing iall figure:
"And thero stood Gen. Pierce in the
thickest of the fight, while the cannon balls
rattled about him like hail. Seven oltliem
grazed his person in various parts, and
glanced off, leaving hi in uninjured; when the
eighteen pound shot struck him fair in the
pit of the stomach, and never phased him!"
CO"Refering to the post mortem examina
tion of the body of Daniel Webster, the Bos
ton Atlas says:
"The cerebral organs were of the very
largest known capacity, exceeding by thirty
jierccnlwn the average weight of the human
brain; and with onlv two exeeptions.fDtivier
In 37 counties in North Carolina, Scott's
vote is 11.961; Pierce, J5.541. Whig gain
since Aigust.2,878. Result doubtful con
The Star of the West arrived at New
York, on the 6th, with 300 passengers and
$300,000 in gold. Political excitement
was running high in California. The news
from the mines continued cheering. The
papers are filled with the list of the dead a
mongthe overland emigrants.
A great storm occurred on the Lake on
the 7th.' A number of vessels were wreck
ed. A great many lives were lost.
Hon. Edward JSverett has entered on bis j
duties as Secretary of State. .
In Boston, the Whig candidate for Gov
ernor will have a large majority. .
Late intelligence from Mexico represent
that country in a turbnlent state. 1
The 2tliaiaeiprl Bonds.
New Orleans, Nov. 4. A vote was tak
en at the late election, in Mississippi, in re
gard to paying to old planters the back bonds
which had been repudiated. So fur there is
a large majority in favor of the measure
throughout the State.
The Crescent City nt Havana.
New Ob leaks, Nov. 4. The Crescent
City has just arrived. The authorities at
Havana permitted her to. land her mails and
passengers, but at the same time notified her
that such permission would not again be
granted. The difficulty is not yet settled.
The Crescent Cily.
' New Orleans, Nov. 6. It wculd ap
pear that the difficulty between the authori
ties at Havana and the Crescent City, are
not yet ended. At the late arrival of the
Steamer at that port, any communication
was denied so long as Purser Smith was on
board. This was subsequently rescinded in
part, and passengers were allowed to land,
with the understanding that no such permis
sion would again be granted. Several at-''
tempts were made to settle the difficulty, but I
without effect. It wus stated that if Smith
would write a letter to the Captain General,
denying the charges against him, the difficul
ty would be adjusted; but Cupt. Davenport
replied that he would, under no considera-
. n i i .. i
lion, suiier any person unuer ins cotnmana
to make any communication with the Cuban I
authorities upon the subject. He also stated !
that Purser Smith was a private citizen of!
the United States, and could go where and
when he pleased, without himlruncc or in-'
terfcrencc upon the part of the government. '
Boston, Nov. 9. Returns from nearly
the whole Stntcf gives the Wliij Governor
56,500, Democratic 35,400, FreeSoil 33,412.
Whig Senators 8, Opposition 21, vacancies
90. , Whig Representatives CO, Opposition
227. Three Whig members of Congress.
Others no choice.
THUMDAT MolSlltO. Nov. II. Wheat
during the past week earn in freely and
yesterday as high as 70c for white and 65e
for red, was paid for good lots. The quo
tations this morning are not yet fixed, and
unless the spirited bidding continues, we
suppose prices will recede. Floor may be
quoted at 8,12J37J; Corn 26; O.U25;
Rye 42; Barley 60. Seeds Clover $4,
Timothy 1,602, Flax 75a, Groceries
Sugar 6j; Molasses 87 J; Rice 6; Coffee 10.
Retail Market. Butter and Eggs hive ad
vanced and we may now quote the former at
121(315, snd the latter at 10(212 J. Sugar
o;onee lattice 7; Mulsxncs 45. Ap-
mritsaitiWu.n. , FARM FOR
MUKK TESTIS103T I BUM IMIXOIg. OTtHE ud.lr.wl U.lWn..k,kM. hi. L-
Th foIWfog aiiact Croat a Wur of Kr. Joha -1 "- I'K sow offm lor alt vmkaabU
IJV' 8 mil
Vl ihadav auwattM
Mlk. I , , ,. ! KM,.ImI. la nionm lowa.hio. FairfmlJ hum.. ' La ...T.r7w " TT? " r?
--"! j vi rrwu ,j wvry isTtpvpur: . .... ir .. . .. . . . . . n..,. i mi a u VM IU BflM Vita
jAcsaosv.AIJ KoT M pr'Uw IU Ll. ..
Ji ik... aj ... ,. i FlirrLkEtn irrvDr
- . i uj.pspai iot "now ur jrsart, -r TU lirXDRKIt ! flXTV-TM'O T,
hrt wo yean ,,o I wa. atUckaJ kh tka Brwa.
nuaie. rwe two dUoaaea combined parlMtlv
Prnfi eompaUed m to tMa from tt
Ubora ei my tmlli. , , ,b minnit
"'T' rf"MHlt KPop.l church, and
apnng. s ymr ,t mj fri., w u .xfocUlion
of 01 y recovsry.
Thcgrut dinVulty. U ot th Jy o, Is U
acidity of mj stomach-th purcat walw- .varytl.ii,.
I at or drilcana1utly bacwrn arid, and in a few
mom.nt. I throw it up. At timaa to awwaad to m
inn a amain ot tela trom sans part or my a nun
iUTtr-.t: mora t!s tri..
tyMd atata erf rlli atwu.
ed. 1 hara an tvo laraa hoiuM, and I .r kara aa
i , ana aorrral prini H nn-rfailii( warar,
ana n fcru
Kaid Tarm raa ia iM 4 o at U maVa two aoad
(ana. aud ai,i ka auU arpama ar lugVr, la auit
K.r partirulan, a tn prl. an4 1"IM prranna da
irouaof purrhaa nara r f.-rrrdto A. MrVirh,rq ,
lanraalar. Ihia. ot to tS nndrraittad, hn will ba
fnd oa lha prmiao durinc th mv two waaka.
113. la.W JaMi.HA 11AUHUAN.
il l I -f .tJ i-'J' If" po"y .. s Udaaaaaa, aU. at
. and th.UI.ca wall iimb-r- of oar haal.h, ..d balaluul .. Wu IhS
n. hoiiaaa, a.d a l,ra Ura aa I Hchaaaa aTtha aamwauia roaairv. aaaaaia
JZ .I"! ""T '"' "'"j thaapiritaad iiwautry of W samtrl.tn. kmatT
a saaaa u ina Way aaMiaSAaka LLaTB.
pies 25c; Irish Potatoes 25c: Sweet Potatoes was conataotlv ooarina Itaalf lata aia atoa.k
n.m n . .. . I ' M
v, kuiiiijj. ovtwiv, oriiiiirai ouc per um,.
Buckwheat Flour 1. Chickens 10 12;
Turkeys 2530; Beef and Pork are firm at
tbe highest figures. In other artii lcs, there
is no noticeable change. In most articles, at
me retail market, railroad prices figure most
Cleveland Nov. 8. There is a
Tha aapariui aaaaaar la abac a lkar'ara axa.la flia
raahioaabla Myla of tbair tat aad workaiaaaMa Uva
aaaUty of tha asatarial, aad tha variaty ot ahadaa sM
coiura thayara caaaanaad af, araald ladaaca yaa to
aay without haaitatioa that lha propriatora Siuat aa
aatirina ia tnair aHons aad thair laaaoaity aaoaa
thaaeoninMMi.tocollact lurb a auaatily a baaalilai
rrmanti loaihar. Aad tha baat of ill la, tha
I' Vf'Ofl t a ram Mr.a ..i,.. A H aas.a M
thi. id inflame my throat and kraa.t, or n,h , 1 f r.llis lllal AHWLU
' ' ' I Arjp: cm a e aara, i. a' t wr. n
Bronchitia worac; myphyaiciamuythay aararaaw i -a a w . run,
spw.nafllktedwahaucha acid at.,ma,b-tf yeas wV 1 l.VZT:.,. . Claaiaa.il, ! J ul mrta you iwaarthat 'yoa wtHild arrat1
do nothina for mn M l.r a. .ir.tm. . ,ur I K... 1 1 V"WXVX Inform tha.r ruatoiaara aad . y Trd of Muff la alora to bar maJa ap (o
donoth.narormo.ao far a. affoctmg cura. ' nar j -wuhaar fan.Tallv, that thay ara aow opaain. ! yowraaft or tha boy. If you bay a ruU of clithaa,
used lha raraoua alkalias. but I think t!iy only ag- , Ura roroplrte .w.nmant of I ?" ha Gt (a auallty of lha gooda aadall
graraUthadiaaaas.lt i trua thaygiv ins a lillla F4.NCY AND STAI'LE KNCiLIII KHK.NfH llo",," tmw "ilnutaa, with littl trouble, Wfora)
ralurfforafawmomcnu. I CF.RM.tX AM) AMr.mr a M i 7-' m i5
But I euppoa you wouU lika to know tha afTact j f-r- rt nr rr tlmirvnico and ra'utioa you. vary pioualy, iraioat
' ' ' u toj a tha otnduftion nf-b ..r. t" T1.!,J.
U. Who would auppoaa it auea a brilliant aursaaw
i lion? Oh! what a beau your araanv waa! Wood
i 1 .1. j:j . .. . . . , . n .
Purrhavd snd Url-i prarlou, to lha .1. T"' ,Z?.?JZ TL STJ?
nrs, which tracer
DrOOUCfid turn m. hv thai (ix-mmintA lliituea. 11
j . - -v - -
leanV ! thOUvh I ITi fll-at dllrN..I ia.;na k.a ata.
demand for pood Northern wheat, with ac- .for me thn all my .hylciuM and UmIt oiciiiM. I
tiye sales. Receipt, fair but not heavy. ; bJ not .mi,bd ow bott Mb it produced irreu
lour reeeptU are good, but dedigncd for irh.ngeio my .tnvnth.und to orrcorainf th idKT
Ctaat Oris ah nmnnta Vn. t. Aa.n ..!.,... .IJ r . .
,aa.w... .w.v,., w..v.. ,uiu ch in y it on. txh; wh.!eutnStho thirJ bottle; tbe cid- y oi. OIL C! 1, 4 T 21 4.
....oa w.a wacnui i.iui ngure; n.w oo; food digged pretty wull; I do a- throw ap much. lar 8torU.la.yaoa hen.'. Kamiiia., ilotal kap.
Alio a. i rxtruttr euortment
rOfrKlfiX AND AMf'RICAS CABPKTIMO.
Southern sold st 80, and demand eood.
Corn Receipts light, but littie offering;
Flour Straight brand superfine 3,87,ex
tra 4,00(34,25. 300 bbls superfine 3,87.
Lard Bbls 11(311.
Suit Fine 1,25.
Butter Firkin 15.
Fish White 7.
Borfjito, November 8. Flour There is
fair inquiry and but little doing. The sup
ply is limited. We note sales 300 bbls
, a . . - ' m vh t. mi ', ssisu sreawiat.ajaj VIVa.BaV. M SWaVBUVU
a" low snraa aa aimlUr t .ir. i.;. ...... ..I. .u- c .
Uood. can b. bo-.gbt i. t Loitad SUtca. t i lof
nd, ah will b compalled to hidhareolf orerery
Valittl bo on tha mr-. ..ill rf.lnl. kaa
doath. V. hat J'lrinil Oooa-a wa haea rot ol lata
and hrnco I felt rury much 'ieourared I beliera if
I could use it rerularly, for ait monlht or a year.ac
cording to ilirartiona, it would eura ma
Dr. G. O. Shirley, on of my phyaicioni, hat rn
coainwuded your mediriae to eeraral ppraooi, ia view
ot the good elide! produced by it oa me.
. Reepectfully, yoer friend, tc.JOU.f MATHERS.
RKKf). AUBTIM. Co.. Wholesale DruggUa, No.
20, Merchant.' Itow, Ueoaral Agent.
Prlco, ,1 per bo'tli.'. bottl:a for J5.
NovlOSofd by O. KA WysiA N Is Co., lancaater.
Dial Kaoo. :.. ., , . . . : - . . - a .
ara. si.n.i . r,.. .i t. j..i '-..p 01 oia avmn and aaoa o;pureenx
j upon fmlin, th. ht cl... of (;ood. ia our linnet ViTM rZ&k"" tr5M
Kricaa aa low aa th-v raa be purchaaed in the Ka.t- ' i X f V. L-
OF HARTr Onn, CON S KCTICTT. j can bo fitted out from bead ta foot, out a tho. pllos -
Incorporated 1823. ; of clothing w hav atorad away. What weaell yoaj
Annual Premium,. C.riu. Stock and W.iter. l uud, "JtZL llt"
Tliia OtFira haa now tranwtod bulnaa t.t more
thanaqvAaTBS of A ccaruav, during which period
it hat taken
And inrorad real an! personal propety a.ixt lots
ID-ANOTflER HCIKNnWC WONDER' Im
r,?l47r,T2. ""'tmci-Dr J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
Pi-PSIN, The Trve Ditrlrt FlnU.m Unmtrir Jairt.
I prepared from RKNNKT. or thn rr.ir.TM imv.ru 1 br r'ire and Watr to tha value ot at Itart
common Ohio atlj4, and200 bbls Indiana at great lir ; TflTO IlOCdred Millions 0l UuIUrS
4,12. p.,Phila,lelph.a. Thi. ia truly a wonderful remedy for ' IV THT WfSTaRV 8TTPS
Ufi,..i..i t. l... Indweatinn. I)v.r,,i. U.mAi,. Ii. ...... i.:. I ".3.
hnldor. h..r. Wc h... r 1 conalP,too and uebiluy, curing ,ft.T ature'. ov,n '
. v tmeino.i, by naturc'aownaxont, tli
Corn is in good request.
and telact from our atock a fraab lapply. It ia i
leaa to anantioa tha variety of oT
FALL AND WINTEB STOCK OK C0OD8.
Bnt in part Tbe grata variety af COATS of
all kinda and patterna, PA NTA LOONS and VESTS In
thonanda, of averv deacriptioa: large quantities of
SHIRTS, under and over Draw, Silk HaodktnT
chief i man alMirMlaaceJf'ravattofthebaat.Half-Hoaa,
Suapendere, Metalic Orarcoaie, Cloeka, fce.: Faabx
Keveral doz. of
. ionable Haia. Cap. Boota and Shoea, UmbraUat, Trav
BilkUMtr Hkirtt,aa 'io Thibet Wool do, will
anwr lor either ladieaar gentlanieu. Miny arti-
Sales 1400 bu
mixed at 65c; 12,000 bu on private terms,
5500 bu at C3jc; 5500 bush at 63?c.
Whiskey Market quiet; no sales.
Hops in request; 20 bales sold at 25c.
New 1 ork lUarkci.
New York, Nov. 9. Soles 9,000 bbls
flour; Ststo 84,09 to 4,75; Southern 85
market firm. Corn meal quiet. Sales of
Several ThoMiand Loaaea have bean inmrrad upon
r' r , . ' ttia ahova ri.lta. .11 of whii-h lu.vo har-nadiuatad at tl.e anawr lor either lad
mwicai aui ertiei.iei.U. 47 ocecrtliug to the condition of tha. Policy, aa may bo November 9. 18S9. .
It tuoDLn ac i'.iivrriallv aaowaFor ii i. aeanby the recoipta of the aevml 1 Uinnnt. on fi!e. , ,
atrirtly true thai indignation ia the parent of a l.rce 1 Applicationt received, and Policua utued on favor Estate of George Kline.
i.,,,,,,!',, ui tuu uiieaara. ivaenierv, uiarr- ,i-t. . r
Imm, cholera morbua. liver complaint, an I many other !
u..v.s; o.M..i.i,rBiifo in 1110 city inpecioT a weekly i
catalogue of tlealhare generated by intlieatioit alone, i
Thiuk of that dyapeptic.: think of it all who utrer from 1
disordered atomath., and if vou are wil ina to be
nee, reaon .
guided by atlvice, founded ufMin exp rience.
at once oWtdclav a dav to Hoofl.nd'. Gerr
li)000 bush of wheat white Michigan 1,1 1: , '""prepared by l)r. C. M. J.ck.on, which, aa anal-
D.,.. S71 I ..vo, corarive. ana mvigc
Genesee 1,11. Rye 871, anil srarce. Sales
of 12,500 bush corn, ot 88 to 93 for South
ern white. Vhiskey26i. Mess pork 817;
prime 15, with fair local demand. Lard 11
to 12 and scarce. Buttt r and cheese in fair
nvueorant. atanda alone and
miapprnoch"!). G.ner I depot, 120 Arch arreet. (
v lave tried theae nutera. and know that thev are
excellent foi the diw.asoa apocilied aljovo l'hilalil-
phia C'ify Item.
H. 0. Farrell's Celebrated Arabian Llnimsnt.
It it a fact establiahed and well known that tho Ara
biflna atta'ned a height in the knowledge rf medicine
which rauaed the whole world to woujer and admire.
With tht m the aciercr of cheniistry had ita birth, and
it ia, thcrLforc. not at a'l strange that a people ao etn
tnently suceeasful in tho healing art and ao por.ev
ting and diring in character, ahould, by actual and
untiring i xperiment, tlincovi r remetliea far aurpaaa
ing inelHcacy allothera, for thocure of thote din
es incident to them from thuir mode of lifa The grea
ter pait o: tlioir ti ne h in ' apent in haardoua and
hlootlv v.ti;,iro with the din
Receipt, tor the Gazette.
James Holmes 81,45 Dr. T. Murphy 1,75
Simon Bery 1,75 Isasc ManBon 87.
j ('inciniiati, Nov. 9 River risen six feet
iBince last evening. Weather cool end j
cloudy. Flour is firm, and the demand ful-!
ly equals the receipts; sales of 2000 barrels
' wu- i. v. gr UTnna nu'7U ""iW.CRUIT, son of Mr. Wm. Cruit, to Jliss i
rAi.o. .. .unity nan i.titici auiniitru lu lor. SA H A II K.l I V. A II k'TW I,.,. !,. Xf.
good demand at 8J to 9. No 1 Jaine8 Youns. all of Fairfield cot.ntv. i
'. MArtRiF.n n. Ti,i,r.,i.. i. I,. p,. I
MARRIED On Thursday, the 4th inst..'
n.. v,a t a .. I, XI i ..,.: j . r' ro
WILLIAM P. CREED. Art Pro. ha. Co.. i I '"T":.' J"': ".J.?""...
mm , , r. . M , , . , M mxwxm.rj in iso ! iij iriKiiiajija
Sov 3 or Lannttcr ..' t uxrjtld coxmtj . G-0B K. ... AA,m.A l.t, 0f Oraoauald town-
; ahip, r airfield county, Ohio. All peraont owing ta'.d
Katate are raqueated to make payment to Johm V.
M.ana, my Attorney and all persona having
claimt againat taid Estate, will present earn to my
Attorney. JOHN BABR,tx'tnr,
I October 16. t8M-4w23 ' CI Ueorg Kline, do
! A Vitiuablc rnrtn for Sale,
THT! tubacribav will tell hit Vtrm, one mils weat
of Laneaatar, eontaioing loH um, W scree ol
which are cleared and under good cultivation. Tuerta
la a good Punranio Miu on the fame, aitut'ed with,
in a few rod oi the Zaaaeville and Maytvilln Turn
pike, with two good run of atonet, turned bv an
ovvrahnt wheel. There are alao on the premiaea tiires
never failing tpringa of water aceoramaiioui and
conrenieat dwelling houae, apruig houaa, barn, and an
orchard of fint rate fruit. Beinc deairona to removo
' to the Weat th aubecriber win ditpoea of tha above
j Landa upon term that canrot fail to auit any person
, wiehina to purchaae. ludiaputabl titla can be giva.
September 2, 1853. HENRY 8UTZI.N
Cheese in good demand
change in other articles.
St. Louis market.
J. Wa jf en h n la, Mr. f J E X R Y A . G E D E LE I S
piialy tis, Dfiimlfjic jnins, rJ various intlsintnatto
.it. .a.x.i t . A r i. . ' rv (UK ihfni nito rui; niu i i.ui 1 iu wniiru". prn iiin
unu uepuyiren; mo largest oi wnicn mere is ,umn, ,w,-lliiBa dh. .tea of the i..inia ot.-.
mm;.. uiDViuir'uii -r.t ... ...
.r ... o ti -i.. . w Aiituti i,uuui oi luia cuy
. . -i .u A . uuun, I. uv. o. . i.u oui'litv. UI '
iflurent tnbut. th"V w. r i ' .... .' 1 -. T"?""""""""""""
..iilj .ttothj most vin'nnt aila,k of rli. umati.m, ' vneui is inrpe. j ne receipts io-dny nave
J , at I . .a 1 AA 11111 I I. IA i.nrt ..i I it
utreii uvit au,uuw UUSII, U,UUU Ol WIMCII B(IU
For the rapid Care of
(016IIS, COLDS, HOARSE.VESS,
(RCIP, 1STH.1I.1, 1XD
. j..; i i..j.ri ;. ; . i. . u
aianv yeara oi liul, inaieao o. iRipatur. uie pi.u
: lie confidence in thia medicine, haa won for it an ar
' preciafion and notoriety by far exceeding the moat
iaangtiine expectation of Ka frien la. Nothing but ita
r. t r xi r. . .
uiiaU oepieimicr !Hh last, at r'oster'e , ,rT..,i, . i.,o. .n ,h. ...m.ui.l. hanefu confer.
ar a. a aio tlu;mot I onid om.d. apraius, i nt C0a75. We quote Corn at 43nfi C 000 ' ' '" ttttte of California, EDWARD red on thoutandi of aiiff.rrera, couM originate ani
husl. Onta .nl.l .t 3o,,!t-t Whi.ba -,.ti ! lliSDN.ion of David Wilson of VVest,m"w",'l.ner,,P,,u"on,trJ"'- .-'.""':
urpri.mly i . " , . . ' . Rii.t.ville in thi. .!. norrenieuie tnrun upon tne community , nave iaue
Ukedwi.h '8c- Nolhinp of importance ii duing in i Riisnviue in tins comity. and been diaeaidod, thia hat gained frienda by every
rrovisions. New Lird is he d nt lO'allc- 1 ""g " fiiiw-in aiessrs. Urim &. trial, conferred lneltta on itr; atnicted tney can no
uucnii snouiucrs at tu( snu new sides
I'm I" i'oiil 4 iilint
.. .. .. ...
part in our Presidential election anu mui
theyhave an eye toAffroim interests in what
they do,rather than the interest of the Amer
ican people. ,
VV'e liuVe fldt jet heard that the Emperor
of Austria has removed Sir. Belmont from
office, for aiding "the election of Pierce and
King. And ifter the prompt action taken by
the King of Saxony in the case of Mr. Davis,
are we not fully warranted In believing that
the Emperor of A ustri a fully a p proves of Mr.
Belmont's course that he is himself de
cidedly a Pierce and King man and that
he is very much rejoiced at the zeal and
activity shown by his representative here, on
But however this may be, the facts dfo
thereio speak for themselves. European
monarchs have an instinctive dread of A
merican Industry, and will not tolerate the
idea that any of their agents should assist in
developing it. It is well that these thinga
ahould be put upon record. One fact is
tjuito certain the party who have grown
hoarse in crying "British Whig,". "British
Money" and British Influence," do not scru
ple to avail themselves of the services of
the Austrian Consul or the contents of his
pocket book. The present campaign will
bpeh the eyes of the masses to the treachery
and falsehoods of the LocofoCo leaders, at
least the eyes Of all those wtio desire to see
their country independent Of all foreign In
Later ahd Isterestino from Mexico.
The New Orleans Picayune contains ad
trices from the City of Mexico to the 30th of
September. It was currently reported that
General Arista keeps his horses harnessed
all day and night, ready for a start as he ex
pects that .when Congres meets a general
revolution will break out.
, Rebolledo, the insurgent chief, is still in
his entrenchments around Orizaba, making
so far no hostile movements.'
The insurrection party having established
their foothold at Guadalajara, have issued a
proclamation and decree, calling upon the
citizens to join the Notional Guard of the
State, and promising a reward to them oft
enrolling, and another when the campaign
will be finished. . .
Pets Harvet. Much curiosity has
been expressed as to the Peter Harvey whom
Mr. Wtbsteron his death-bead entreated
hot to leave him to the last. The N. Y.
"We understand that he is a quiet mer
chant of Boston a great admirer of Mr.
Webster, and reputed to have been useful
to him In his former pecuniary necessities.
He is the person through whom Mr. W. is
reported to have sent a dying request to Mr.
Choate not to vote for Gett. Scott. If he
did send such a message, Mr. Choate disre
garded it. and voted the straight Whig tick
et. Mr. Peter Hafveyi however, voted for
Pierce and King." . ,
Geh. Pierce's .CABfftEf. Some o the
papers' are already speculating as to who Will
constitute Gen. Pierce' Cabinet. One of
them savs there is no doubt of tho Hon
James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, being
appointed Secretary of State, and that uov.
Cobb, of Georgia, will be one of the 8ecre
efc Al trioift mst us h liiey voro
. ir.j i.ni in nn imr thai tin ut.i iriarml 1
1 Hfi idLECTl'.)?T oCaf I Adds lilt CuttUnn. I win I r ami mirilmtod tVir to iho powvri o
Vermont, Massachusetts, Kentucky and JiJtt
Tcillirsscc.j 1 1..! country, and H w.ia I. v the uo ot tlicmtiilca
r, ,. n, ., r i ' ci.miuj.'.'l thi' groat lom tly t at not only tUtir pliv-
Willi Carolina, F.onS.a, Louisiana and ., bu .vf?, ti.j i , Aia' of Hm ruw re
California are ''et in doubt. All the roat for 1 iniWo 1 to pt '-m hi -h r.iv cubus cure.'iVie
... . . i Arab s'e'tl is wurlt.- T.ova-ed. ful h.s l:a t'.ful m-
t lerce, Certain. i me'runform l ii u.ui'rpaHil ped on.1 3gihty,
.. .. " ". . . . . I ml tlio inir. dillu blitrue ''eU ranabl? of einiiiiin.
Adtt-ilisi:' ilit:reisellishlie6sat'.lii.bol-i Why ii iiMi...ajslit.in toe funs or hit birth hi.
. .t .1 I..!-- .C T .t...l !liml'.l.aitr.ll-' U'nlifinl mil linotl 1 1 ho fl.'.l a n.
loin oi lilt." auvice. i uiiursu. ix everineiess, : - -""' . . , r- ' , 1 inn c.i .v. . n i o.
' nrrr. t nl ,ti.. j tdfl miiM ol (Oil I. anil lf,l. .1,, I i "Jll fSalO at tfld 1'ltV Han't Rtm e. ltv.
if followed by all who have oods or work to such thing) aaci.'irnin-d swneny, poll-ovil.1, fi.lula, i r Nov 10 JOHN
inril(ine, at-r.u'iit..i, a)avin, liiiimii'.., nr, etc, ate
j Eatate of R. 31. Ainsworth.
I fTIHE credit or ofaaid Ettat will b paid thedivl-
I X dead declared by lb Probata Court upon appU-
I cation to John D. Martia, Attornay at Law.
i Uclobar la-9m WILLLAM SLAOE, Jr, Aim'tOf
STEAM SAW MILL.
THE undersigned baa fuat put Into operatfoo a
Manna Sate Mill, in Pleaatnt townahip, 6 mile
North of laneaatar, on tha Milanport road, where
ha it now prepared to fit) alt onlera for Lamb of
arrory description, at tha thorteit notiea.
Sept. I, loo 30.16
! ! Sturgeon's rompnnv, by the overland route ver forget, and produced cure loo numerout and too '
,to Calirornia, ami arrived there in good tJZ publ, to pretend -httany !
health. 110 Was immediately taken down one medicine will iufalliulv cur: atill there ia abun- ! tona
NT! "Uncle T.mi'. CaMn aa it is," for sale at Ihe
A. citv HnoU Stor", niipoti eShiff.ir'a Ii .tel. hv
I Noiri'inlii r 10, ISoi
disposo of. thoy will discover that selfish ad'
vice is sometimes profitable to others than
those who give ii.
To Subscribers. Should any of our sub
scribers not receive their papers regularly,
they will please leave word at the ollice.
We have made some changes lately, and any
irregularities will be promptly remedied.
Ueiuly-Made Clothing. The attention of
the reader is directed to the advertisement of
Couleiiah &.Co. They have just received a
large supply of Winter Olothnig, and the
change of weather admonishes us to preparo
for the cold. Give them a call. They sell
at low prices.
The Cincinnati Daily Sun. This po.
per now comes to us enlarged and presents a
much better appearance. His the only pen
ny paper in the Queen City and is edited
with decided ability.
Tradino Wives. An interesting and
novel case came off last week before Clark
Miles, Esq., justice of the peace; of which
the following are the particulars;
Two men and their wives living in the
same house, across the river, by mutual
consent, agreed to trade wives protempore.
Title was conveyed, and possession deliv
ered, and matters passed Jalong smoothly for
two weeks, when Mrs. , nret'ering her
old husbund to her new one, wanted to trade
back, but the other parties, satisfied with
the baruin, would not consent, whereupon
Mrs. entered a complaint against them,
and upon examination they were committed
to the county jail. The funniest of the
affair is, thut the complainants are as guilty
as those complained of, nnd they are per
mitted to go unpunished while tho others
suffer Oskosh Courier.
Pocket Book Lost.
OST, either t Carroll, or between that pjaew snd
I Iaar.fa.r. on tha '28th but.. A. HOCKKT BOOK
111 rW ' iai-a iletllaiea a nA .nm nanaVI fat nn valtH
' with the Mountain Fpvcr, and after linger ' ant proof tht the cMKRuir pkctovai doM not only to u-rbody bt my.elf. The finder wil' confer Ik
: .. . a.... .1 a a. . . ! .a a n&naaal ihinr kaa aln,At ! a atllll V SMI taiaa! i." Jl - I .. tha HI . n A t Biriltm t PaI limtml.
mil n 1 1 1 1 1 L IffrjOrinrPf! WPPKS hlS Gnirit 1nlf , tit-.ra-. au..... via. ...-w-a : DJ KUUilK H W ) w.hiu ... , - --
iu Aisrlrt to the Golden Realm, of bli.,. A I- ' 0J.. .. . wa.. 'L
though far distant from home, he died iu tho ; thia medicine haa gradually become the beat reliance l
: midst of many friends, among whom was his of ,lie nlited, Iromtho lobin of tlie American !
brother and cousin Mr. Thomn. Wiln. P8?".' .? r.i-J' !
- ., . , . . . out mis enurecoumrv. ;n every ;.iaie, ciiv, .ho
oi mis couiny, who ministered every com- deed almoal every liamlet it confalnj, Mint rare-
fort to 111 1)1 in Ills last moments. torai. it known aa the beat remedy extant for di.
WILLI A St JACOBS.
H UaVill, ItUIIlMH'HH, tit', CIC- tie " 1 ' . - ..."..twa . - " ' , , .
unknown. I ti sam r milt wiIIjIIow in ' canes Jtf V- it". Of it i;aMM'l4hl I i ounjr , uson w as (if ffreat promise ID'1 '""'j . '7'
fett.!!." V?-'" fo!.llor. rri.l biKhtt and hi , Mr for future usefulness, and his death - 'W, ynZ"n iiiiP
J..n i ....... i 7i ii I . ' roncn rriucip ivt.iiiuiratnl:Uolilenrluin linkt -lallS Heavily upon Ins bereaved and affec
"1 H J ' , ... ..... - " nt H.r,lll . HO. tt.V ...M u. lf,n 1lkv ttlr Blm. . . . ... . ..,! i ,'..1 . . I. I-
you twenty, and agrpatdjal ol'.utfoiing if not your rV. r'V uitJi bv JiTllN sb akiVs ! 11 nBLe parents, relatives and nnmerous eai.iiwn.gnew r'""""V;
file ' 1 d-'Ul ' Hutt1' by Jullt fct-AltLt:8- : friends. But lhe have tho falMMa .. 'm " ,"..,"r?S,f,
i riAi.-riTTT vro rtitTvTcnL'riTCi t - 1 . .l . . . . . . i Aimi-nouiea, ruu ic m.itmiioai,um uuutik tn.i.-.
LOUhUUrrDK (.OuMMtH.llb! j fe ,,t l'uin .1 oMpliitil. , lation, that his spirit has winged its flight to tice, at the aure.t remedy their att-ndim; Phy.iriana
The puhlic are eaulionid ajainst another counter- ! am V I n ll..n. T ;r r.l. v i 1 a fairer nnd liannier land. Ho .tiorl in 1 1, 1 can cinolov fof the mure danmrout affection! ol tha
foil, which ha. lately made .it appearance, caled IV. 1 15 bv J C Lockhait'.for tale at the tltv booU Store 'full Consololion of thn f3..nel P... i li.iwa Alao in inil.ier caa., aad for children it it
lynvemuer IU JUH.N btAKLKS h a ashes -,. ...e, fir.i.t , ... . v.,
in moB! iiailering ieiunouiata wo rcuo.i to o.a uwn
iucacM.ua ia caaca
O. KtH FJUSI a tO.,
HAVE been filling up their rtoel again, ad wl
keep conitattly tm hand all kind of
FUBEIO.' A.tD AMEBICAK CHEMJCAL8,
DKCG3, PAINTS, OIL3 & DTE STUFFS,
which ara warranted purs.
intelik. nt Hhvaician "n tireat rSritian, France NOTIONS. COEOAGE, GHOCKRIf.S. .,
and Germany; where the medical acience have reach- , mhjcn w (.jj, fte .ttentios of tha trade.
Quinina. Opium, MorpUn), Calomel,
Tannin. roda. CUoroforin, Blue 1
t'urreU's Arabian Liniment the most dangerous
of all the counter'eita, becau.o his having tho name I .
of Karrell, many will Imv in good faith, wi'lmut the
knowii!t!e that acountertuitexistt, anu tney win per
haps on'y discover their error when the apurioua mix-
ure ira wraugm ii. uveviiiivii.
rue gnnmne truce it mamiiacturou only oy ft. .
Farrell, tote invontor and proprietor, and wno'esa'o
druggist. Nn. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinoia.to whom
all app'icationa for Agenciet mu.t be tddreaaed. Be
aure you gel it with the 'etter. ti. Q before Karroll'a,
thut II. U. KAK HELL'S and hit tigiitture on the
wrapper, all other are counterfeita.
Sotd by O. KAWFMAN St CO., Uncaater,
and by regu ar'y authorized agenta throughout the U-
mtcu tAret. rrice "jo anuoo cenia, anu i r uon.u.
AGENTS WANTED in every town, vi'lage and
ham'et in the United Statet, in which one It not al
ready established. Addreaall. G. Karrell aa above,
accompanied with good reference tt to character, re
sponsibility, etc. Sopt. 3 lin
Dissolution of Partnership. ;:,
fllHE Partnership heretolora existing betwean the
JL tiibscribert. under the name of Civs EvERtoi.B,
his been this day dissolved by mutual consent. All
persons knnwiug themselves intlr'bted by note or
otherwise will seo tha necessity of calling immediete
ly and tettling. Tho notes, books, etc , will be found
at their old itand. either of the partnera are authoriz
ed to settle JACOB CLY.
Novemher 9, 1852. ABRAM E VERSO I.E.
ILT Thankful for past favors, the subscriber intends
continuing the business at the OLD STANI), where
can be found at all times, the greatest variety of FAM
ILY GROCERIES, which will bo ao'd on rcaaonable
terma. JACOB CLV.
Lancaster. Novombcr 9, 1853. 26
n't!ll'i'il A! Vt'lllllMT.
VOICE to tho Young.Woodworth's Young Ponplu'a B
Book, for sale at th.. city book stove y
JOHN SEARI ES
consolation of the Gospel. Peace to
his ashes. Com.
DIED Oct. 31st,THOMAS NATHAN,'1'""", pttvnti wim h.vj. (omkl it etfici
,. rr o t, i ,v .... a. r. ii particularly incith-nta! to chiMnocl
ii ol It. K. &.JuIiettM. McCall, ased one ti. o..r. i. m.,.r,rii
cur iwo monins ana eisnt ilavs
tiood AsAiliiifiil of Qui' B inks-
TT'XPRESSLY Tor the Ladies, for salo at tho city i t.
aa book atoro
JOHN SEARLES '
Fiiia: lsai'iiiiif of Itirtl-. ' .
OV all kinds, at reduced prices, for sale at the city
book atom JOHN tARI.ES
statement or the Condition ol Fnirflcld
County Savings Institute,
MONDAY, November 1, 1852.
Thb Guano Mires. A correspondent of
the London Times, in a late communication
to that paper relative to the Guano Islands,
estimates the guano found on them to a
mount at least to two hundred and fifty mill
ions of tons. To remove this deposit, at
the rate of a million of tons per annum, would
require two hundred and fifty years, and em
ploy, for that timet thousand ships of a
thousand tons capacity each.
O-Msjor Noah's son has drawn! $13,000
in the lottery. One of that name escaped
drowning, formerly, when nearly all the rest
of the world were submerged. We advise
people to name their children Noah.
0O"The Mutchinsons write back that
their journey iu California, in one year, has
furnished mofe solid gold profit than a life
time would in the States.
Intpdrtnnt to Families.
THE subscriber hat opened a Butcher Shop,
in Martin'i Row, two doors South of the Post
Office, where He will keep oa hind, it all timet,
g5?BEEr, PORK, 8AtrS,GEjgk
ilie public are respectfully invited t call when
they wish anything in hit line, and he will endeavor
to render satisfaction, both in quality and price. .
October 3t, 1882 . 23
Estate of Christiitn J. ArudU .
TTOSE interested will take notice, that the tub
acriber haa been appointed and qualified a Ad
ministrator de bonis non, of the Eatate of CnnitriAii
J. AaNriT, deceaaed, lata of Fairfield county, Ohio.
Ott 3a-4w34 . JOHN D. MABTlN.Adm'tor.
Notes and Bills Discounted.
Due from Ohio Bank
R ial Estate
One to Ohio Bn!a.
Duo Depositors . . .
. 4,fil4 00
. 4,472 92
. 1.R87 f-0
. ! 70,935 27
C. F. 0ARAGHTY, Cashier.
IaMHVXSVKU TO :OI.UiMltlIS.
,TIIE PACKET LANCASTER.
fltllE Vine Pcot Lancaster will continue to make
A recnlar trips between Lancaster and Columbus,
i. i , - I Mn T. ... Tl,i. .-a.
as louows: leaving
davs and Sun.lays at 4 o'clock. P. M., arriving in Co
umbiis in time for the morning tiains of Cars, cither
lo Cleveland or Cincinnati; leaving Columbus on Mon
days, Wednosdi vs and Fiidaya after tho arrival of the
Cincinnati train of Cara.at half past eight o'clock, P.
M , and arriving at Lsncaster at half past eight the
For information in regard to passage or freight, ap.
p'y on board at Lancaster, or tn R. Polton, proprietor
at Colnmbua. Omnibuses are in i edineaa at Columbua
to carrr passengers between the nacuer and the cart
bothway. H. It. JEFFRIES, Captain.
September 22, 1852. -
Fairfield Common Pleas, Oct. Term, 1808.
HANNAH REAMER, ,
e. Petition for Divorce
JOHN II. REAMER. )
THE above defendant, bebig a non-reaident of the
State of Ohio, will take notice that a petition was
exhibited againat him, by nid Hannah Reamer.at the
October Term of i he cou t of common Plea, for 1H62
in tnd for the county of Fairfield and State of Ohio,
paying that the marriage, contract ei "ting between
aaid petitioner and said defendant be dissolved.. The
cauaoa set forth in aaid petition are, tat. wilful absence
on the pirt of said defendant for more than three yeart
Srinr to filing aaid petition 2nd, habitual drunkheaa.
rd, groat negligence trid 4th, extreme cruelty.
P. VAN TRUMP, Attorney for Petitioner.
October 29, 1803 3,W 6w24
lleiiliur INM'tical tVorKs,
fllUPPER'Sdo; Woodworth't do; Kirk White' d.
Miamtia. Pink Root. Sartaparilla, Senna.
Can behd by the quantity er small parcel at
Sept. I 135i KAUr F.MA.N &CO.
1. litVFFiTIAli vo..
KEEP cemtantly on haqJtSliite Lead, pure, in
It.n.nd drv. Venetian iaad. Yallow Ochre.
lured bva prac- ! n...;.n K m. Red 11. LiUiara. Linaeed Oil. Sperm
ticaicneiiiur, ant every ounce oi iiunoer ma own oii Corn Oi', copal Varaian, eoacn ao., enrome ioi
' eve. ith invariable arruracy and care it ia sealed i Jo. Green, liat fink. Varoiinion, Lamp Black,
I and protected by law froiw connterfeitt. conequent- I Turpentine, Lard Oii.Fiah Oll,Alcoho-,fPn Varniah,
I lv c.n ha relipd on as penning without adulturation. i ... .n.... o.vn mt.T
THE DWELLING HOVSE next to the nw I We have end.-avored here to furnish thecomtnu-l BAU niiiir.ii. y a . .,
Lutheran Church, on CheanutstreeL at ure. initv with medicine of auch intrinsic tupexiorilv that wilt not turn yellow. All of wniea win DO oio
it occupied by the subscriber, will he for rent in . and worth as should command iuelf to their conti-I low for cash. tepi. a
ab ut two weeka from now. Those wishin' tn rent denrea remedy at ewe saf.-, speedy and effectual, ' . . ,
which this ha. tr repeat I and conntleas trials prov- I tire I'roiil fSIUI,
ed itsell to le; an.ltnrlb great care in prepar.nrt i
Itnte of Johu Ilutton. . ! Phrsicians a new aeent'on whirh thev can relv for
t resnitu, an,i the aitiirred with a remedy true
tor inem an mat medicine can do.
HOUSE Foil KENT.
will please apply to
November 1 18.9
ihose wishui to rent
, MR). REU.MAN.
NOTICE is hereby given that the siibscrib.-r has I thebeat
been appointed and Qualified as Executor on ih ! will do I
Campbell's do; Milton do; Young's do; Scott's ; estate of Joni II vi-ros. deceased, 'ate of Fairfip Id rncPAitsn r J. c. area. CHrMiir, lowkli, MAaa
do; Byron's do; Hum's do; all for sale at the citv book
tore, opposite Shelter a Hotel JOH.N bEAKLt-.S
"oi;ki'r Itl-.snk UHlic. .
OF all kinds, for salo at Ilia city book atoro
November 10 . JOHN SEARLES
A Tine l.ol ot Novels,
LATEST publication, for tale at the citv book atoro
t November 10 JOHN KEAKLES
. Tori Mimls".. rockfl Wtiltfts
CARD Cases and Penknives, for salo tt the city
book ttoro JOHN SEARLES
A ;Hl AsnoiIiiioiiI (ifSftinol ICuoK
OF all kinds, for sale at wholesale and retail prices
it the citv book ll ore, opposite Shieller'a hotel
November 10 JOHN bEAKLES
ALL Persons wishing to obtain superior Dagtier.
rolypo picturci,"wirrante.l to please" at a ve
ry reasonable price, will do well to call at my roomsj
in Gipsy's frsme building, third floor, entrance one
door East of the Hocking Valley Bank.
Lancaster, Oct. 20. K. 11. McBRlOE.
county, Ohio. All persons having claims against taid
estate win present tneui tor aettlcment, legally au
thentirated within one year and all those indebted
will mako Immediate pvmnt.
WILLIAM HUTTOjr, Executor
November 11, 1802 4w26
Sold in Lancaster bv KawtTman or co. E. L. Slocnm
and Dr. M. Z. Krei.ior. Ru.hville, E. Kalb, and by
Druggista and Dealera in medicines every where.
November 4 1S53 3oi25
CHOCOLATE COLOR, t cheap nd durable Paint
for out aide work, just received at
ciei.teiiiler7. Atutt.ilA.i s t-u.
nriit'c of Jaiiiairn Gins
T HAVE on hand a lot of Master Masos's Reb
X mi for tse.
YOIT csn get Log Wood. Ext Log WooJ, Futtfe,
cam W ood, Blue Vitriol, Madder, copperas. A
uin. Indigo, of the beat quality at
8e,.t. nitor 0. KAUFFMAN & CO ..
A 1ST Bruahes, a. 1 sizes, hoa Brushes,
Hair do: uustine ao; iinne nwa no
O. W. KR.EMER.
THIS Essence is t preparation of unusual excel- I cloth do; Flesh do: Scrubbing do; Feather Duster-,
len-e. Inordinary tlianhrca, incipient cholera, ' Sept7 Juat received at KAUFFMAN at CO.
: :.. i . : ii c . .: .. , .l . j: .1 !
Willow nod WoodeB Ware.
in short, in all ciaea of nrostration of the dipeatlva
toncliona it i of hwstinml.le value. Ouringthe pre-I
I valence 0f epidemic cholera nj summer camptaint. ; W,gon..od cradle; 8docloth.tna
I 1' .V'Tl'y .Cfl.lr,C,0U!'; n r,m,'y " I 4 r'kel baatt. Tlarelot of eedarchum. tub
liveredat hi. Eat.xo-IIou.b on Main Street, .adjoin- j CAtmoK-Be su.-e to get the genuine V.saence, which ! buckets tnd half miaheU.wi.sn-DO.ras, nuiuar Prm..,
fllHE sub.criber will pvS?
X CASH FOR BIRDS deiatiii
Lancaster. October 27, lbC2.
' I HAVE just received lot of FRESH ( .f1
X OYSTEUSand will keep conatantly up , "''
. .. . n ; . " v..w ...pr.Mii. nv
wpreparenoniv uy r . biiowm, at nu urug ana enem- J,i, ivtiiTt' fc I itti
inl .tore. .V. t corner of fifth and eljnut.lrect. ' f't'", W HITK LATTA'
Philadelphia.uiA for aa'e by all (he retpectable Apo- Lancater. Juaell. - -
ttiecariea m tne I mtrd Mate
a mppl v, whenever they can be t.bta ined, throughni
the season. ept. I O. W KR.EMI.R.
Soldby M.Z. Kriedur.in Unca.ter.E. KlS,Roah- Notice totlie urecnortoi me is....s
Nov. 4 ( aavsvilleTnrBpiKeKosiasjoiTijwiiy.-
i rpHE creditors of I lie taid Soad Company, arhohaval
X r.ot heretolore Bled their claim' wnn ma iwcoiT-
and by Druggists every where
KAIL ROAD NOTICE.
Estate of Davitl Cherry.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho undersigned haa
been appointed anjilu'y qualified at Ado inistra
of the Estate of 1'aviii CiiKHnv, dncoased, late of
Fairfield c.oimtv, Ohio. All person! having claims
against aaid Estate will present them for settlement,
legally authenticstrd within one year and all those
indebted will make immediate payment.
HARRISON APIU.EGATE, Adm'tor.
Octobers", 1HG2- 4w24' ' .
A Dividend of Damikl Lkwii ft Co'a efTectt, will
be made on or about the 20th of October next
Su.'h of the creditors as have not presented thoir
elalintare requested to do so.
iVHON ft MUMAUDH, Assignees.
Uncattor, Ju'y 20, 1853 dl57
A New tnd desirable article recommended
economy, comfort and tvoiding grease on Car
pel, Sic. They only need being seen to induce any
one to purchaae them. The public are invited to caf
tnd aee them at the city Drug Store.
Lancaster, June 36, EDWARD L. SLOCUM.
NEW ARRANGEMENT! t
ROM tnd after this day, the Coach
es between Lancaster and Colum
bus will pasa through Carroll, Oioencaatle and Li
thopolis, and through Jefferson and Winchester, unit
ing at Groveport, connecting with the cart at Colum
Time of leaving Lancaster, 61 o'ekj A.M,, precisely.
Time of leaving Columbua, 8 o'ck, A. M. precisely.
Ample arrangement! are made to carry all who de
tiro to travel on theae routes.. HZ. KREIDER. ,
Lancaster, September 1. Ih62. dftw
tionary, for ealo at unprecedented low prices, at the
bookatoteof JOHN L. TUrilll.L,
Nov 4 Telegraph Building, oppoaite court-house
Um le 1 inn's Cabin
WHICH is having nn unprecedented run is just
received and lor sale at the book store of
JOHN L. TUTIIII.L.
July 30 Telegraph Bui ding.
,T0TICE it herebv given, to the Stockholder of ; er, agreeaMy to Ihe noticaiortna
nv. niai an insi.uiieiii oi u.n per cem.. . . i ,. , . :n.
are of the Capital Stock of .aid company. ; P' of Muskingum county, at the adjourned "0
it required to b paid to toe undersigned. Treasurer thereoLon IheUTlh .y ol ufm7 Ver-
Blililk Books. . I ill the Cincinnati. Wilmington and Zaneaville Kail i ville and Mayiville Turnpike Koad . lumcr kk
A ALWAYS on hand, a siimdv nf Idee,.. Pccor.U. Road Company, that an Instalment of ton per cent.. I Ufied to present ineir ..-. .o i -"
l Dav. Buoka. etc.. toeelher with all kinds of sta. upon each share
A LARGE Assortment of every variety of style,
from plain to most beautiful Turkey binding,
and extremely low price, at the book atore of
Novembers JOHN L. TUTHILL
.. . Estate of Conrad Fetters.
NOTICE h hereby given, that the subscriber bat
been appointed and qualified as Administrator
on the Es'ateof CoNaan Fettkws. deceased, late of
Fairfield county, Ohio. J. R. MUMAUUII. Adm
Lancaster. October 21. 1853 S3
BRARDIES, nfthehet Vintage; Vinta Port, Ma
deris, Li.sbon, Malsgs, etc; ()ld Rye Whislcey;
London Porter, Schotch Ail, expressly for tho tn k at
tiepleuiber 7 ' KALTKMAN & '(.
Estate of Amanilii Twyninu.
TVTOTICE is hereby given, that the aubscriber hat
It been tpppointed tnd qualified aa administrator on
tha Eatate of Amanda Twyman. late of Fairfie'd coun
ty, deceaaed. C. V. SHiKFFER, Adm'tor
September 30, 1852 . 4w3t.
lYJOTICE it hereby given, that a petition will be
presented to the Commissioners of Fairfield coun
ty at their next regular letsion, to vacate that part ot
ihe Stat Road, beginning at (he houae of Samuel Kirk-
wood, in Clearcreek township! thence tmilhwardty to
where ll lnieraecu ine aneavme ana jnay.viuc
Road. October 22, 1862. 4w
n.int:ineharus, Loivn and Shawls,
Eaq , of Wat.unsrnn.for ho I JFaup-riormiUHy.c.n be found '--""TT
siding in Fayette couuty, and I ,
' CALL AND SETTLE.
THE rVoreribef being ulider obligsf ions to close the
buaineas of the late firm of McBRIDE ft MIL
LER, reapectfully Invite all person knowing them
selves indebted to taid firm, to call nd pay their notes
nd account prevkma toth 16th of l)ecember next, if
delayed e that time, all chum will be put into the
hands of proper officer for collection. '
lillerrt,ter.23,li3-8m Q. C MILLER.
thereof, at his ottice in Lancastor, on or before the
FltST DAY OF AlARi H NEXT, and a liko instal
ment of ten per ten, every sixty da ys thereafter un
til the whole amount is na'id up.
By order of the Board of IHroctort.
JOEL RADElJARl.lt, Treasurer,
- Cincinnati, W. ft Zanesviile Railroad Company
Nfrrua Interest will he allnwod on all aubacriD-
tior.a of stock. Irom the time paid in, until tho road !
u openea and in 0erat ton, -
And for tlio conrenieii-o erf tutucriben, Joei. L.
Frakklik, Esq., of Cii'cloville, haa lieen appointed
to receive instalments from subscriber! re.iuing in
residmrf in ravette couutv.
Lawrence Vrr.iiuaH, rls., of Wilmington, from
those retiding in Clinton countv.
JOEL RADKBAHCH, Treaenrer,
Cincinnati, W. ft Zanea ville Railroad company.
February 9. 1H52 'a
JUST received Irom New York, by R FIELDINO
thirty-three doen Kossuth and .Magyar HATH
for mon and boys. Thoy will be sold at low price
September 2, IH52. ,
ra rtmn l TfilV of Monarchy in France. . I
l, by Lamartino 2 vol
French Revolution of I84H, do do
Onoech v tuthor of Wide Wide World, 2 vol
A step from the Now World to the Old. B.Tappan2v
Nile Notes ol Howadji.bv George W Curii.
Tho Howadji in Syria tie do .
Lotus Katine do do
The Day ofBruce, bv O. Aquilur.3 vol
Freh Leaves from Western Woods, bv Mia Pallor
Mon and Women of the 18Ui century, by Houage,2v
Greenwood Leave by Grace Greenwood
Fresh Gleanings, Reveries of a Baclielor, tnd other
work of lib Marvel, together with many other new
tnd valuable book, and a large variety of Novalt for
ttle by JOHN L. TUTHILL,
Oct. 4. t'elegtaph Building, oppoiito court-house.
. r. . .. .i .a. Vii. nnilrM- will be foraverx-
eluded fiom any participation in th proceeda of nm
aaleofaaid Road, in the event of the eonnrmatio
lhKor the convenience of creditor, claim tnt 'bo
filed wUh the underaigned, te be reported by nita
to th. io of the '-'S.
fnC.Vn.cr Lsncatter. will
i.'.ui. lii.r" th. Court by th.
W YORK REPORTS, by Comstoeki for nU
juon k luiniu.
wHoi.itALM Ann hbtaii. pKAira i
Every Variety of Family Groccrien, Fro
vision, Notions, Cordage, Tar, Glass
MAIN STREET. LANCASTER, OHIO.
TNVITES th attention of the country and city trad
to hi extenaive arrival fiom New Yorlt, wnich
make hi assortment complete. lie is ready yu
time to tttend to the wtnta of hi. cattomers, ndlt
it be understood tt all timea that he aella on th aver
tee lower titan tny house in r infield county , with
the expre-t understanding that any article bought at
hit establishment that don't givo satisfaction, on re
turn of the earn, the money will be relunded,
Lanca-ter, Ju'y 30. 1862 ImarSmd
Silks Bareges, Barege, De Latnea aad
IPLINS, telling at nnusally low arirtj tt
April , Ican-
WE hvon hand a largo ttock of cotton '
t: n. Ar. An: Hmom Twine. r tihLinei.
Carpe, Yarn, W cord I. cord Grja. ,J Hnp
KODrV. aUl - - -
cnrlM vltk Its Sun-Shin Is Hore.
ND thoee Ladle, wiihing an article P''S '