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CITY OF LASCASTEB:
Weducstliijr live'ng, Jan. 12, 16)33 ;
mi-i ;Karz:rc; j
A Shaif Game. -Tha Journal says that
Manvpeon was killed off by a sharp gam
on the part of the Medill men. .They got
the names of all collectors and superintend
ants of the canals, ic, (with the salary of
each attached) that were delegates, and
made a formidable list of some thirty or for
ty. They then took iu hand the green
delegates from the Northwest, &.., as they
Arrived, showed them the list, and asked
them if they were prepared to endorse such
monstrous corruption as that list disclosed!
Maavpenny is one that appoint the collec
tors, and they are here by his procurement!
The thing looked plausible. There wis ri-
na ocie, fraud and corruption. ' ue green
delegates grew indignant, and awore that
UanvDcnav tLoald M.at srio if tUt was hi
gam. So they -went for MeuSM, at lie got
It majority of tea tola!
We feel willing to indorse that. It looks
plauatbl because ill natural. Iti Fair
field ouaty Loeofoctiisoa. wilJi "an Iadia
tehiu J the busb," U T. The Medill sactj
.I..J m Knlit tram ' atronor cme. and a
Jlujw k m .
''sharp came" a a. matter of course. By
getting him ont of the road, other Individvt-
. Ts hereabouts have a much better .chance
far'nromotton ' V""
ASadBebeavemehT. The little boy of
Gen. Pierce, killed by the late railroad ac
cident, waa an only child, ah elder brother
havinz died ouie ten eaf since. The
Boston Allot says, "there ts hot a person in
. I TT l . it! . .laAn1te -MHinnf lllA
me union wno win oui u,cm ........ ......
with the President elect and his lady, in the
Irrenarnhla loss which has befalleil tllBin.
... , . - .
Thu rhmmii ahnnt eleven veare vi aire,
kvlrrKi tint, fsllnw. nn J of course thedaflibir
of his parents. - We, met them two years
since, on a journey, in Vermont, ine iaa
was the inseperable companion of his doting
mother, and no one could see them together,
without noticing and being affected by tho
toughing and affectionate attachment they
L J r .1 ,1... t. n.nll..
oni;u umiiiieeveu iur mvumci. uui w.v..-
ct Thy lot ia indeed a sad one, to see the
throbbing of that youthful, guileless heart
&Jto miss forever from thy side tha trusting,
1 . . rr.. . "Ill
loving companion: xne nation win near h
grief of her bereavement, and sympathize
in the afflicting dispensation." .
Stand fbom Uhder! We learn from the
Seer, a Mormon weekly oraclo just estab
lished at Washington by Orson Pratt, an
I ... r a. V, l !...' ik...
stccrsouea saiui irom "Ai-serci,. mm, uni
is a bad time coming for this sinful country.
JGlder Pratt paints the "future of America,"
s follows: -
"The cup of the iniquity of this nation is
nearly full; and woe unto them, when the
timo shall come that they are fully ripe iu
their abominations, for they shall utterly
rwwli from off the facoof this choice land,
nnrl this Infill almll ha Inft pmnfv Rflll desolate
yea, their cities shall bo destroyed, and
tneir houses snail De aesoiaie.--
"When the Gentiles have been u-scd up,
t. i -j...- i - .i 1...:.., I.....I ,.. !
themselves" they undlheir many wives and
missclUneou famtlit s. '
A CoMMEKlUBLE Ru LE.w-Tlie D.'iniU'.rat!" i small book containing, bi'ni.lpa ot'lit-r va liable iiiliir
.. , . , i , Mialii n, a lr 'Ut of crrtliifatus from many of the
of Philadelphia city and county huve adopt ,no(, tv c M. p u( rurijt eiUlri ,y ,hi,
ed a new set of rales to zoveru their prima- K-li'bi-t.iJ m.-JUiu", whh'h sur.l am cniugli io c-.u-
" . . - VlllCRth'l lii'Ht aiVLtiral of it. trinwlMlii nt i-iitn n
ry elections in Juno next, and na;og tliem is j
the following:
"If any candidate for any office, by offer '
gifts ofmeut, drink, money, or any valu.i-!
or g
lite thins, is found guilty of .attempting, di
rectly or indirectly, to inlluenco the vote of
any Deniocratia citizen at the election on
the seeond Monday in June, or of any con
feree, his name is to be stricken from the
list ot candidates by the conlerencp, and any
Votes cast for such candidate will not be
.Counted"
. i...a.....-w i i
VirE PnpsinrHT Kmn A letter from
v ice resipemt Kiso. A leuer irom
vvasbington,dated Jan. 6,says tliaf'llie Hon. 1
WVR. King cannot possibly recover. His
physician has sounded his lungs with the
stelliescope, and declared that one of his
unsia entirely irone and the' other nart v
o. Col. K's. niece, Mrs. Ellis, is wit"
'
him." The writer further adds that he has
. .
. been a vcrv humane master. Ue never sold
but one slave iu his life and was Competed
'
to sell
. , ,l
icviuaav ho mo. a kiiui vu iuo I
neighborhood.
A GOOD CoW. A correspondent of lite I
. ioroiauu nerara, wining iruui iiwjuciu,
ays "that Wm. Ellsworth, of May field, Cuy
ahoga, Co., Ohio, has a cow', a cross of Dev
onshire and Durham, that gave fifty-two and
balf lbs of milk per day during twenty-one
successive days, and gave aa high us three
lbs and tour ounces ot Duttcr per day, her
feed being hay and eight lbs of bran per
,tiiv- ' .
' Common Schools, etc ,'INew York.:
, The Secretary of State in New York, is ex
' officio superintendent of theCommon Schools
of the State, and aa such, has made his: re
port to the Legislature. He states the whole
number of children in the several districts,
between the age of 4 and 31, to be 1,100,613,
of whom 832,481 have been taught during
some portion of the year in tho Common
, Schools of the State: at a total exDense of
f 2,249,8 14; an oxcess over last year of 8364
. 887. . Of the whole sum, over $90,000 was
, . 1 1. A n n n
wmoi.ucu IUI HyiUIICO, BUI llbBl IJ , I JjUIn
for school houses, etc., etc.
The Reevsai, or Bit.lt Bowlegs to
LeavE Florida. --The National Iutelligen
cer confirms the report that Billy Bowlegs
has been compelled by hi followers, partic
ularly his sister and Sam Jones, to refuse
tho compliance with, his promise to leave
. Florida. .. He had taken to the everglades,
and as a regiment of "Cow-boys" or "Crack
ers" Is being raised InFiorida, to pursue him,
toe may expect to hear soon . of the com
mencement of another troublesome Indian
' War. . ;
Newspape Bots. The New Hampshire
Patriot, the leading Democratic paper at
. Concord, sayshe printing office- of that pa
per has been the graduating school of a Gov
ernor, a Senator in Congress, several .Rep
resentatives to Congress, many editor, some
ministers, and many other young men, who
have filled at various times numerous re
sponsible stations in the, community.
Imports at BurAto. The Buffalo Ex
press estimates the. aggregate value of the
domestic imports at that port at 845,265,922.
rOf this amount, grain of all kinds, includ
ing that manufactured in flour, shows an sg-
..gregate of over 20,000,000 bushels, amount-
A..dbaB' fit It An1 .
OCrCommodore Morgan, a distinguished
officer Hn our navy, died, at Washrngton op
theSthM, ' : 11 I. . :
' '." ''vr..:-;
Correspondent: of theLaaesstet; Gaaett.
'.'...'.' CoLVHBim, Jsny. 10, 18fH.
Editok or thb Gazcttb: Tli eighth of
January ha come nd rone, tad tbfrmen-
tatloa uf publio tenliment which iu p-
proacb. engendered, ho a!inot sunk down
to th uauat temprraturo. Tlia crow da of
Locofocos awarniinir about the American
through, la last asys ot tncpaat wee, litva
scattered gradually away until the stre.-ts
are ones more passable nf Mi atmosphere
ia once more breathable. The Allen inter
eat it victorious over the combined forcca of
Medary, Vallandigham aed the Miami Tribe.
BrealinUa. gratuity given by the victor
to eaac the fall -of their once haughty foe;
but to all appearance the indication now
are that the Great Miami Tribe of Ohio la
defunct, completely prostrate and beyond
all hope of resurrection. The row 10 uni
versally expected In the convention wan a
voided by the skillful management of the Lo
cofoco diplomatists who preferred a surren
der to a fight. ' If a tittle more firmness had
characterised the counsel of the Tribe the
firmness for which they were always credit
ed the anticipation that predicted a row
would not have been disappointed. -But
Wush McLean, the great chief, was dead,
and the glory of the tribe is. in his grave.
llequieteat in poet. The Baltimore platform
was repudiated with the highest desecration
and contempt. It was laid upon the table
Ainid mingled groans, cheers and hisses, and
though Burns, Johnston and Jewitt toiled
like heroes to save it from the hands of the
ungrateful parricide, "god-damn the pint
form, functus officio" was the only recog
nition of their efforts. '
The difference between the composition
of the present convention and those that as
sembled here of yore, was too striking to
escape any one's attention. Instead of the
unshaved, unwashed and uncombed locofo
cos, that we usod to greet on such occasions,
the fat and slick little well dressed gentle
men, that twirled canea and thumbed watch
seals, were visible on every aeat in the in
vention. The platform of 1853 was re-adopted,
with a little fiercer radicalism thrown in for
spice by way if tickling the palates that
have become accustomed to the usual dish
of I.ocofoco broth. The repudiation of the
Platform has cal cd down t le exceeding
great wrath of many of the old wheel horses
of Ohio Locofocoism,and whether it was not
an ill-advised measure on the whole re
mains yet to be seen. It is quite sure that
its repudiation will fail of its object to
catch the FreeSoilers and whether it does
not repel many National democrats is only
determinable on the 3d Tuesday of October
next. The expectants of office under Gen
eral Pierce consider it a death blow to them
and feel accordingly like denouncing it in
the classic language of a delegate,"as ad d
dirty and cowardly trick to fish after free soil
votes."
Medill takes his honors with a submissive
spirit and bows with humility to the mail
dite of the democracy. He has vacated the
office of Lieut. Gov. and Gen. Wilson pre
sides in the Senate. Perhaps tho labors of
the last week, mentally and. physically,
impaired a constitution not naturally robust
(?) and he keeps his room unwell. It would
not be surprising if his powers are exhaust
ed. The physical labor that secured it and
the mental effort that accepted it, were suf
ficient to overpower much stronger men than
the Colonel.- Ekcothnes.
H. 0. Fr rail's Oelsbrated Ar.olan liniment
We daily hoar of the mo-tt aitonistiin ciiroK being
ellucted by that great ind popular mmHi'inn, th g'-n-uiiie
. if. t'arrcll'i Arabian Liniment, anil w ran
truly say, from our own Imowlei'no.llul no muilicino
over dincovoreJ h perfo nin,l the samn womlerlul
cur tliut U haa. butli Li nun bi'ast, uul it ii iUall v
Hood Tor both, wlilill malt.a if so truly viloatilf. Ii
U ttiortftovo liailud bv t'r.i ttttir.jrini: a tin uratrsi
i bltaiu; ut' tlio auo, nmt i;o one woulil cvor alluiv him
" . ' "i
lo no without till uiwri'itMi Imlin, ':o liaJ onci'
wttu.iieJ itrf mtit. powpr over .liteap, anJ ts won-
aoriui poumirv hi roiiai'in pain, hu'.vi'vr fnvoiT.
a fuiv miimt1' tiiti.i. IVu urn a: . fjiin ) uu to ,-&!!
urxm tlin Arrjiti who will urnl-h vim. fropol charer.
u0 imi.h .'i-,tjI c, riiii,itH of rtimimaitam curi-d
i aiit'r irni I'aiicnt nan suihToii etcry tiling but a am
low of uu of th i i'lmb,
Laying iio:ii ns! am ar.
lor uvrt iniwHiiry jt'ai-H. ai ti sol pr.i yr , or
wln'r the n -ah had w tb r-
I'ati'iit'v tut liHd tkin ad bone.
un-tiiiiuxg no hnrr.J a ai-aic i- that th w JritM
hiiil.e l upja thrui a oall il will oh voi f. it umn- uno-
.ii th.nn btwut a Aiim.i't 'fort t.inlu'i-u. It i Ibo
j mo t euVaciiiU ruitinil' kiiiwn fur bmii', Npriiiu ,
j wound, bruisoa, thilliU'in. nnurali'ii. to itha'.f. I i!e
! of lndt-ta, soru throat, sorj or vroalc ovoa. tuinori, atn
. oaill. Htn .oti! '. ami It u,al with unSniitiilAit iiiriiii In
mod ot thuailmiHit ofhoriua auJ ct t , uch aa
jy.fariy,rioa.tiruls,wounds,stlirneck ami joints.
laoi"nasa,awellini, (; I or clialoa, aoro partial
uiinuinfai". tic. ii hsuu in in iiesmiiinoi iiJitu a, p'iu-
!vi'' "S1"1" nd P vin It wi I Invariably stopUislr
funllat pr0(!r(J4, Kviir, hnM k' ttfu vA
uable nieJuiu; on lnnJ, r;aJy lor auy emrgt!iicy.
. LOOK OUTTOll C ( ) C N TT, R 1' K ITS!
Th public arc caution il aL'ainat anotlior lountrr-
Wt, which haa latu'y made it appearance, called W.
ll r...lr. A.hiJ! i ..t .1..
nf.il t! eonmeriait. i.u..,. hi. ,.,.:. n. .,...
iF,rf' ' "!y 'iu),T ' 8" fh, i.hot the
' knowloilgothat a counterfeit exista, and they willpor-
, hapaoniy diarovurlhoirerror when thsapuriouiuiix-
: Inn 1... uin.,,.1.1 il. ...Il '
..:? 'Ji.,r . j. ,..urr n
farrtll, sole inventor and proprietor, and who'eaa'e
J..M.l V 17 . D : til: i i
'druggiat. Ko. 17 Alain atreet, Peoria, Ulinoia.to whom
all app'icatlona lor A(cl
onciea must bo aildroaaeu
lire yon (tot It withthe lettera H. U before Karroll'a,
thin II. U. KARRKLL'S and his aienature on the
wrapper all otborj are cnuntrrfolta.
aua tiy regit ar'v authorized a((ont throughout the U.
nited Slates. Mm 25 anil 50 centa, and 1 P UiW.
AUKNTS WANTED in evory town, vi Inge and
ham'et in tho United' Stalca, in which ono la not al
ready eatab isheil. Adilreaa 11. G. h'arrell aa ahovo,
accoinpaniej with good nferouce to character, re
spoiiaibiiity.ntc. Jan. A tin
, !7"Ws have frequent'y hoar I the celebrated fJer
man Bittern, an d by Dm. (J. M. Jaokion, l'JII Arch
Struct, Philadelphia, apokrn of in lerma of the highest
commendation, an 1 wo honiiatly ho ieve that it ia one
of tin bestm.'diciuoa advertiaod'forthecoinp ainta for
which it ia rocoinmniled. Thov are p'caaaiit to the
taste, and can be taken undor any circumstances by
the moat de icate atoinich. Thi proaa far and widu,
have united in rominnding tliia invaluati'o remoily
lor dupepxia, debility, etc ; and such are tho hi-alin'g
elfocts ot thia pauacea, that wo hope it may bo intra
luced into even- family where dyapepaia haa, or is
liknv to have a victim. . .
JtrSoo advertisement. . . ,, . 1id35
IAUEIJREOTYPES.
RB iMcBBIDE.ii prepared to execute Daguor-
reotypes In the most ajiproveJ style and upon
terms that cannot fail lo meet tho approbation of all.
DaKUeneotypoa of children, of anvage, are execut
ed h ere aa perfectly aa for a prowri peraon.
Poraona widhin flaguorreotyp a and all otheii ai e
roapectfully invited to call anil examino hia apeci.
men. Ho ia receiving, and will koep on hand,aliuoat
all atylea of raac, to that all ran be suited.
-' (TTP S Instruction given in this moat benutitul
and faaclnatlng art, on the moat reasonable to ma.
Itooms In tha framq building belonging to Mr. Oei
ay. Kntranco ono door VVest ol tho llocking Valley
Bank. . Ijincaaler, January 12, 1H53.
. BEAIa HEAD OF HAIR. "
J. w. toiiLii:it, ';,
. - . - (LATK Or FlllLADKLrHlA )
Vvnltleilns; JbOosamni'rWIu; nnnritlairert
Opposite tho Capitol Houae. Co'umbui. , , ,
A N Kxtenaive aaaortmeut of Ladiea and Gnnt'c
pieroa, Back Hair, rizatta, Putt a. Curls and coorsd
Work. A so, Braoeleta, Necklaces, Beads, Mngs,
Crosses, Pina, Guards and Chain..
3 J-Hair Work repaired and dressed.- OrJi rs faith
Tuily execu'ad. , . Jaa 6, 1853. 6m34
- Estate f JncoB) Pence.
1VOTICE la hflreby elran, that th andersleaed has
r PPned audduly qualified as Kxecutor
2! ,to of ' Pchob. deceasrd, late of
Fairfield county, Ohio All penons having claims
uainat said trt.u will preset,! them for settlement,
eallyMtheM,cated within one yoarand all those
indebted will make Immediate payment. -
January 8, I860. . r , , ; 434
. ' FOjt.THE l-AWES. ; .
Sill RSlVKDthU by
IfWws, Lcb Boot.. ajt., aaaorted alzea, and
latest atylea. Also. Misw' and Children'! Uc,
Boot mnd aho. All manufactured ta nrAVZ
one o th best Ilouae in Philadelphia. Call ami .i
"' iMeELROY fi)LLENOiit7H8T. -
: Arrival of the Daniel WebMer.
New Obleass, Jan. 8th. Th steamship
Daniel Webster, from San Juan de Nicara
gua, which port she left the 3d inU, arrived
at her wharf io thiacily t-day,with advice
from San Francisco to December lathtwo
weeks later than those received by the Pal
con. The entire trip from San Francisco
to New Orleans has been mad in tw enty
three day, beinjr one of the most rapid ever
accomplished. The Daniel Webster brings
100 passengers, who have among them over
475,000 in gold. Oos of her passengers re
port that the regular mail steamer to Pa
nama would take in the neighborhood off:)
000,000. ,
In California the news is interesting, but
ther are no features of startling iuiporlunce.
'A number of passenger by the steamer
City of Pittsburgh, which was destroyed bv
fire at Valparaiso, had arrived at Sail Fran-1
Cisco.
The rainy season had commenced in good
earnest throughout California at the date of
departure of the ateamer.
The floods bad arisen tosurh on extent
as lo render many of the roads impassible.
The rain, however, hnd not interfered much
with (be mines.
The market for nearly every kind of .ro
duce had largely advanced since the steam
er of the first.
The greatest advance that had been real
ised was in the price of Sour, which had com
manded figures never heard of since the dis
covery of the State. Provisions were very
scarce and held at rater too high to admit of
transactions exceptotsupply of actual wants.
The general feeling- ofthe market was, in
consequence of their rapid adva. ice, quite
animated.
. A bold organization of robber ad been
discovered in Los Angelos, who carried on
their operations to such an extent as to ex
cite the fear ofthe neighborhood. V ' .,.
Sacramento had been almost entirely re
built. The appearance of the city was very
much improved. . . ,'
, Arrival of the Ainci isa.
Halifax, Jan. 9. The America ha ar
rived from Liverpool with date up to the
25th. Sale of cotton for the week, 33,000
bales on a speculation 2000, for export
1000. Orleans, fair, 6J; middling 5; Up
lands, fair, 5, middling 6j. . Western Can
nal Flour 28s; Ohio in market is iu good de
mandprices stiller. ,
The English Ministry has formally re
signed. Aberdeen is the new Premier, with
the entire concurrence of Lords Lnnsdovvnc,
Russel and Palmerston. New Cabinet un
known. It is rumored that Lord John Rus
sel takes the Foreign and Lord I'almerKton
; the Home Office. The proceedings of Par
liament are solely with reference to the
transition of the ministry. On the 20th ult.
Earl Derby made a lengthened statement of
the causes leading to the defeat. D'lsraeli
made a similar statement. Both Houses
adjourned till Thursday, and then re-adjourned
till the 27th, when it is expected
that the new ministry will be announced.
France quiet, politically, and dull. The
Emperor of Austria and the Kings of Prus
sia and Hanover, are consulting at Berlin.
French news relate solely to the move
ments of the Emperor. It is stated that
overtures conciliatory have been made to
the'Cavaignac party, but firmly'declined.
Abd-el-Kader sailed on the 2 1st ult. in the
French war steamer for Turkey.
The Empire was proclaimed on board the
French ships in the river Tngus, on the 17th,
when the French flag was saluted by all the
Kngli.-li uud American ships of war in the
river. . . ; " '
I The marriage, of the Princens Vasa with
'' the Prittce of Saxony, is officially nnnonnc
ied. , . . '
We lenrn by telegraph that the modificn
I lion of the French constitution are official
ly published in Paris.
Spain. Bravo Jlurillo's Ministry resign
ed, mid wait succeeded by General Ronrali,
as Fori-itrn minister. The Government an-
nouiiL'es tho reception of most satisfactory
aecniinis irom i una. . -
Ti'ftlCEV.--Qurslion of Holy Places set
tled the Porte acceding to all the demands
of the Kreneli Anih.iss.nlor. Money market
in u hud state. It is reported that ihc Bunk
of Constantinople is suppresed. A formid
able rising in Album's is reported. The
whole SclavUh race of European Turkey is
said to bo in stato of insubordination.
Australian dates to tne 29th Septttnber
has been received. Sidney has been declar
ed a free port. The fluids are still very pro
ductive, yielding at the rate of 15,000,000
pounds'per annum. Flour at Adelaide JUJa
per ton; at Sidney X'22.
From C'tililurnln.
New York, Jnny. 10. The Northern
Light arrived on Sunday. . The steamer Pa
cific left California on the 15th.
The Northern Light brings 250 passengers.
At San Francisco the prices of all articles
have materially declined and have still a
downward tendency, particularly flour and
provisions.
A terrible cule and flood at Sonora on
November 30th. Great destruction of prop
erty. The Eagle and City Hotels and Ma
sonic Hall nearly destroyed.
' The murderers of Gen. Bean were taken
and were to be hung by lynch law.
' Floods occurring on the rivers throughout
tho country. The plains and valleys were
filling with water. Mnrysville and Yuba
city inundated.
Mining news Generally favorable.
Immence preparations were making for
putting down wheat, corn, rye, etc, the coin
ing season. '
; From New York.
New York, Jan. 8. Private letters have
been received from tho coasts of Africa,
which state that the British government
were about to withdraw their naval forces
from the coast fur the suppression of the
sluve trade.
From WtishiHKtoii.
Washihgtos, Jan. 8. William R. King
has mode his will. He was born in 178H.
He owns five thousand acres of land in one
body, in Dallas county, Ala., and upwards
of one hundred slaves. His entire estate
is worth $150,0110.
From Boston.
Bo'jtor, Jan. 8. The American Powder
Mill Company's Works blew up yesterday,
killing . three men Hudson, Balson and
Houson. One hundred and fifty kegs ex
ploded. Con(rrc86lonnl
Waskimctok, Jan. 7. The House passed
a resolution to adjourn ever to Monday, in
order to attend the inauguration of Jackson
Monument to-morrow. . Passed thirty-four
privato bills, including ono relinquishing to
Ohio the unfinished part ofthe Cumberland
road in that State. Adjourned. : 1 -'
Senate not In session to day.,,; ....
.' : From . aLoaisvillc. . "'
Louisville, Jan. 7. The steamer John
Simonds left at noon to-daysfor Now- Or
leana, and whan rounding out front Port
land, three miles below the city, collapsed
her flues, scalding some 26 or 28 persons, of
whom twelve were instantly killed.
? : ... From jnoblle. . ; t,-- (
Mobile Jan 6. The passenger by the
steamer Black Warrior, arrived here from
Havana, reports that the small poa ia rag
ing ther to as alarming extent. The dis
ease was still unchecked; 'and Terr many
were, dyinjr from ftifaily. ' kv'-. v :'
COMSISCIAL rSTELLIQESCE. '
. , . . Ia neafcier .Ha t keta. . ,
TufTeaiiar. Jan 13. riii.ln- --t
week Wheat has fgrtber advpced,owiag tej
a speculative demand, and now brings read-1
ily 83 fur red snd 87 .for white. These pri- j
cesare not justified by the Lake markets at j
the present time, which vary, but slightly
from these quotations, but the wheat cellor !
or course will nol object tq t.'aj favuroUi ad
vance. For Flour, we continue our former
quotation, 45(340. Rye 45; Barley &u;
Corn 30; Oat 25(&i!8. Iu the srlilru-,
there has been ao change. Oat fluctuate
between 25(330, owing entirely to the sup
ply and demand. ., Corn is firm at our quota
tion. Seeds Clover brines -I J0; Timothv 1.50:
Flax 76. No change in price.
Groceries The market ia rather dull, a-!
waiting the spring supplies, and the quo
tations are merely nominal. Suirar 61:
Molasses 33; Coffee 10$, an advance; Ricej
ts.
Pork still command 50(iC. Hay 0,50.
Wood 1.75.
Re'.uil JUarlet. The market isbut poorly
supplied except With meats. Apples 37($
60; Potatoea 35(150; Turnip 35(350.
Green Hsros Th-i shoulders 67; sides
774; ' Lard 8J; Beef 58. Sugar8; Mo
lasses 45; Coffee. 12J; Rice 7.
Trade during the past week, has not
been very active, fiwiug to the bad roads.
We notice, however, that for the past few
days there has been an increased sctivity
over that of t,he wek previous. The neces
sity of good roads was never more apparent
and we may as wejl make a note of it for
f jture Jae... '- jy. . .... j . . .
; 4 Uiltiiuore.nui ket.
Baliixobc Jany. 8. Tobacco. The To
bacco market, is very quiet. - Receipts are
light; sbippuraare-oot in tho- market. .We
have no. sales to note, and give last week's
pricea, which are .nominally ' as follows:
Maryland, common frosted, 3,50 a 94,00;
common sound dark, 4.25 a $4,75; good
brown, 5,00 a 5,50; good reds, 5,25 a 6,12 J;
fine and extra, 6,75 a 8,124; ground leaf, 6,
75 a 8.12J; wrappery, 7,2S-a t,!24. We
quotq Ohio common brown and greenish, 4.
124 a 4,62; good and fairreds, 4,CJ5,12J;
fine reds, 6,31 a 7.12J; wrappery fine reds,
8,06.1 a 10,124; etra do.. 10,124 a 11,124;
common spangled, 4,124 a 5,124; E0CK' li"
5,62 a 7,62; fine do 8,13 a 9,124; yellow, 10,
124 a il4. The inspection of the week
are 8 hlids Maryland; 28 do Ohio total, 36
hhds.
Wool. The receipts of Wool are light,
and the transactions moderate. Tbe mar
ket continues firm. Sales of the week about
7,000 lbs., at 27 and 29 cent for unwusued;
tub washed do 38 a 40 cents; - pulled 36 a 34
cents; and fleece 45 a 52 cents per lb.
New Orleans Market.
New Orleans, Jan. 7 P. M. There is
an active speculative demand for Aour, ow
ing to advices of ' large advance in New
York. The sales of Ohio amount fully 30,-
000 bbls at 4,37(35.00, the market closing
hrm at 5,10, and most holders now ask 5,25.
This Is the largest business ever d ine 1 1 on
day in this market in Hour. Sales ol 3U0U
baks Cotton at firm though rather lower
rates;parlie are a waiting tho news per A
merica;middling8J(S9. The sales of Jhe
week have been 35,000 bales. The increase
in th receipts at all southern points, as
Compared with Inst year, ia 439,000 bales.
Ciiicliiusiti iTImkct.
Cl!tci!tATi, Jan. 10. River fallen 7 feet
since Saturday. Weather warm and cloudy.
Flour in less demand, and sales confined
to 800 bills at 1.44 to 4,50. Foreign news
unfavorable " .Wbiskv 18 'to 13j, which
isan improvement. Provision market dull
and inactive with a downward tendency
nothing done tiiismprning. Sugarand Afo
lasses active,' I0OO bbs sold nt 28j to 29,
and 150 hhdstsugtlrnf '4J for common and 5
for prime. Srvernl buyers in the murkct
from the Lakes. Butter heavy prime roll
18 to 13. l'fimJ ch?ei 8." Clover saed
5,72 per bushel, . ' . '
NCW orll .lltll'laft.
Nkw VorE. Jan 10 S ili ofl.Slhl hlila
of State lluur at 5,50 to 5,55; O'lio 5,CS5,-
7o, and easier. Wheat little inquiry. 15,-
500 bush mixed corn 72373 firmer. 300
bhls prison whisky 25$ Little doing in
pork, and prices unchanged. Beef steady.
Lard in bbls 11$ to 11J. Butter dull.
- . Z.iuesvillo Itlarkct,
Zanesville, Jan. 10th. Wheat 85 cts.,
per bushel. .
Flour extra, 5,00; superfine, 4,50 per
bbl.
Corn 30 cents per bushel.
Pork 5,606,00; Middlings, 9 cents per
lb. - - . -Oats
25 cents per, bushel.
Hay- $8,00 per ton.
Eggs 124 cents per dozen. Courier
Cliillicotht? lUiirkfts.
Chillicothe, Jan. 11 Wheat 70 to 75,
Com 33. Oats 30. .
Flour at retail, $4,50:
Hogs $6 $ 1 00 Metropolis.
r. LOST.
A BLACK SILK DRKSS PATTKIIV. partly made
up.butv-'ef nthereaidenrent Mr. J.ihn SwHyerand
Amanda. Thn finder will be liberal 'y rewarded by
loavint it at Mr. Sweyer'a or thia office.
Iec. 89 '5J.
FKFDt FhKl!f
TIIK subscriber 1. now piepaml, a his tuam
Mill at tho South end of Broadway, to grin ! corn
iu the cob, and will koep il on baud all the time.
LiJCO. lil.NO.
Jan. 11, 1833. ...
VALUABLE , LANDS FOR 8ALLV
OS THURSDAY THK 37th DAY OF JANUARY,
A. D. IHS3, there wi I beoUVred for sale, at pnb
Uc out-cry, at the door of tho Couit ilouae. In the
city of Lancaster, Ohio, tha to lowini valuable
Ijnda and improvemenea, teiivit' All that certain
farm, late the property aaid-eatate of Jacob Pkisck,
dceoaaod, Ivii g in fireenfie'd townihip, Fairfield
county, containing 4.'0 A0HK.S, uton wiuchlsa
f&fr largo and elpgant Dwelling, a good Barn, a
jfiiij Fine Orchard, good Spring, a val
9
uable SAW MILL, with an excellent water nower.an
abundance ot running wattr, and about 100 Acre, of
thn best stainling timber to be found in said counts.
The above promises hare been sub-divided, ht a
survoy snd plat not yet recorded, and J ahall first of
fer the whole, aa a unit, reserving the privilege to
hold on to tho highest bid, ft'M e, if I should sne fit,
I may proceed to ptfi-r nr one or more of tho sever
al parcel, of the tub-division. B tha sub-division,
115 Acre, are attached to' the house; orchard, barn,
and improvements, aupp'iod with spring, and running
water; aliout aix acros, with walor privilege, attach
ed to tho Saw Mil , and the balance cut up into limber
lots of about 15 Acres each. A pl.t of the ub divi
sion mav be found on th.? premisi-., and another with
the subscribor. Possession, With some alight excep
tions to bo made known on the day of aale, to bo giv
en the first da- of April n-xt.
7Vrrn o Sale One-third In hand, on the day of
salo, and the balance in two equal paiment. in one
and two years, with Interest, from the .aid day.
JONATHAN COULSON, Kxtntor,
'r - Of the Estate uf jMob Peine., deceatol.
January 6, 1853 .... ..... 4w34
WINTER ARRANGEMENT! ..
JrTHEubsrrlher he'vlne; greatly In
- J. creased his stock on hi mail routes
from Columbus to hewatter and from Lanmster to
Athens, 1. fully prepared to aanrv all who may wtah
to travel on theai roads, with safety, eonyfort and ee
lerity. His coaches, horses and drivor. are all Ml.
I Kxtra. ' II looks confidently to a generous public
for increasing patronage. M. Z. KKEIDKR.
Lancaster, November 15, 1853 dw -
HOUSE AND LOT FOR HALE, a
I . , I . . ... I
WILL eell on reasonable terms, the property
in which I now reside; aituato on Main. East
ol High strnet, For psrticulna enquiro of tho sub
scribes , . ; W. B, BEATY., !
Lascaater. December 0, 1869 j a ' r.r
A Good Acoi uncut nfSclioul Hooka
OF all kinds, for sal si wholesale Sod rata 11 prices
at th citv book sios, opposite Shelf erS hotM)
, povnAe jfj , ..JOHS SEA RLE
local HTzuiararcc.
r. it ' . : -"Ofliee U tha Tatlaaadre B)ok.anI a4orT west ea
.vmr, vj common ritat lb LegMla.
tore Dsv passed tb CummoB Plea Coort j - s ,..nia. ' ' ' S wifoiWia1 bp tlte Off fWsri Ik
bill for this District p, ik. 1 KJtl, if aV"e, TI ai the rinht ct way through,
u j a . . CW,",, r;The l.r,Mc.(.r Doily C.wtlr.-TU l..rLm f" r -f th. ,t. si .11,",. 0
FalrfiHd, Perry sad Hocking tha tim I a 1 liliy u. ne h bbVked" vJrv V,7t.mtl""m'U ,nJ u hb?
follows: ' . , , mniM a4d.iatiMdi m A"t "W!rJ",h"hr wUV
...... . - or at ill p,t annum n,d U a, a,t t aal , m,"T' fo ia.lmctM. armpaairy, uao
In th coonty uf Fairfield, tb 4tb Mon- I Vabacr.ber. m JT,. " "".".k K'W rro" "f Hoad ...d timr-
day in February, the 3d Monday ia .May, iT" -'-ter rrki, 1 Hictt.-1 h tt-llv ,rweiLT 'tl'Tiu'hP'
and tb first Moadny ia October.
In the county of Perry, thr 2d Monday
in Msn-b. the 4tb Monday in May, aud the
the 3rd Monday in October.
In the county of Hockiiiz.the 4th Mondav
in Msrch, the 1st Monday in June, and th
4th Mondav in October. . !
Boots tf Short. See new advertisement j
of Messrs. Work, Son tV Work. They have i
va hand a fine assortment of all kinds of ar-1
.;!- .1 1, . . , . a 0 I
'a weir nn, wnicii are maa 01 ids
beet material ar.d in the best manner. Da
ring the present yesr, they intend making
their store additionally attractive. So far as
their own work is concerned, they Deed ao j
encomium from us. It has' always been
eclcbrsted as'of the lest and mot fashiona
ble kinds. Call and examine tneir stock.
' Aivertiting.An advertisement in the
Daily and Weekly Gazette appeara in over
80,000 copies during the cours of the year.
Any business man, noticing this fact, must
conclude that the best way fur him to Invite
customers is through the columns of our pa
per. The small cost i nothingin comparison
with the benfils that fallow this mode of doing
business. "A word to tbe wise is sufficient."
LUentttei.Bee the tbe advertisement of
Mr. McBride. An examination of hi spe-
cimen will give a good Idea of hi capacity
for taking good pictures snd insure him
host pf customers.
. .Feed your Cows and Pips. See advertise
ment of Geo. Ring in to-day's paper.
fJ7-See advertisement of lust dress.
"A Tsm or Br aiitv is a Jot Foeaiv.,'-Vhy I
will peopla endure pimp ea on th 't.u nan face divine
or eruptions of anv kinl. arheu It is a fact so e,I ; ruunty. We bare, it U true duuLicd our ii-t of sub- . dred Uillara be avpropriatedio pnrehaae an tnuna,
known, that tr. Guysotrs Yellow Dotle and Sarsa- j .eriUra aiuee w have Ihhu in r'.s g. uf the dScay ' f me of fho Y ire DouwrtsawK ofUie City of an
ariflo e eanaes tho akin from all imyuritv. ro moving , but at tha asm. timi we lone lar j ,ly IrurenoJ dm j o gf u father ordnirrd ly the auff.irrity
Pimp'ea, !!orrs sod Bl.itxhaa, leaving the affocted quantity of reading matter and h,t.iwd much room foresafj. That the fvrtber ibo of Four Hundred
parts aa healthy, tmnoth and soft aa the 0esh of a bab. ' can and labi.r upou tha pa-xir. Will not each cue i Dollar. I appropriated tn pnrehas Una Lit tho uaa
. i .1 : ;.l ...... . . ... . ... ... , nf t!c I'ire ripoirtm'nt aforesaid.
it ia re a u prica raa ,o a i mai wiau ine rosy beauty 01
chi dhcod.
It causes a'l aor ?s and poi ,onoua wounji to ditohar
all Irifc-atcd matter, and eradicatoa everv Imuurit.
from the si stem.
Itdo?a its work niidv, but effjetus ly, givinj con-
. . .,, u .... ., . , .
scious beauty and bloom nj health in the p ace of Uj- i-
nessand wu'-aickening dis-.'sao.
Jj-Seoadverti.rinrnt. S5
TT. . .
Th moat aatoitlahtns; scttu.f Ibr Viy
Ksiaailad Bitters.
LETTER FltOM F. T. WALLACE. ESQ.
PaImkb. lulv 1. Ifi! Sir. If I ti awiaa tf.tiri
r l.,r,;.- t-.. .k ,l.l , r..
p.rK.n.iexririenrtothognt.tv.lu. of tb Oxy-
genated Bitt.ra, a. an flctuai and complet remedy
and cure for Dyspepsia, in many, if not in all ol the
n.ultif.riou. forui. in hich that di.l..inS malady
..... ,. .
exhibits Itsall.
I be-an to boalBicteJ in IHU witk Catarrh, an Jl ho
difficulty increased rapidly until December, 1850.
producing in the cours of that ueiiod Asthma. The
first symptoms of ditea-i?, was an eatrmo op pre -aiveno.
o' tho head, thon followed a difficulty ou
tin lungs, reused by th falling of mucus, of which
thorowaa a copious tloirf cm th? glanda in the head,
producing tljhtno... vicilnut cough, pain in the aide,
and innumerill.ia tenJant rila. The areomulalion
of mucus nn the lunja, wai autb, that I could aot
breatho whun iu a, huri.ontJ or lerUuing posture;
ar.d manynig'its during til? last two yesra, I enjoyed
no aleop, except what I could get valkHng my room.
My br'athin during thedy was eltoii loud and
Hhjoing. like an ovr dnvon hjrja, an t inueicriD-
ahly distrussihg.
During all this time 1 couldget no perrnan nt relief.
A counto of treatment by my Pbysi.ian, would be a
; roliol only fir t'io timo that t.o kept me prostrated by
uis laxativo pu:ions, and t;Uious Irritating" external
ippl ancps.
I.ai.1 D.'C.Miibcr, my art -ntloT was brought to tho
coni! Icrjtun of th Oiyg 'natod Bitter, by the Hon
Myron Lawrence,' who at that time was rejoicing in
the emancipation ol his own lung), from a twenty
years bondag i by thd use of your laodicina. I pur
chased four bottloi of your Bittors. I hav not yet
uiuJ the whole of th third bottle, and I bolieve I am
cured.
An oxrollent quality of tho medicine, is, be'Lle.
its remedial virtues, that it is rather deiinble to tak,
b.ing stall times aa agreeablo as. glass ol lemonid v
i meot persons almost daily, in whom 1 re.omni'.:nd
it, having faith th.it thay also can ba liealed.
Vory respectfully. F. T. Vi ALLACE.
Dii. Geo B. GitKKJf, Windsor, Vermont.
REED, AI7STIS. Co., Wholosal.. Drug-.. No.
20, Merchants' Row.Boton. Oeueral Aitents.
Price, 1 pir bottlo: jIx bottloa for J5.
Dor 2a. S.,U by G KAUFFMAN & Co.,UneMtcr.
(IThe attention of our reader) i. called to the ad
vertisement ol WM. P. CltF.En, Kt,)., .gent for tlie
Protection In -urance Company,
Tho true tnoory and
ly stated; and we recommend our readers to aval- I
ftiM-iiliri.- nt tl. ..!. n I. m.m nttar.l 1,,. (K! i-.l.t .,..1 I
g
well-tried Institution.
n T-i... 1. 1" ... . , ,
ruiaun lau. -1 iiuiisbulis ui prfrt-'ina ftnn UI3 1 rr
iniiugo composed ot caster oil, calomel, etc.. are but
awaro that wh'le. they appear to benefit the patient,
they ar, actual'y laying the foundation for a ao.
iioaol diseaao, loss ot sight, weakness ot Unioactc.
In another column will be found th
of Ilobensack's Modicinos, to which .w
tion ol all diroctlvmtfre.-ted in their
their childron. ho.lth. In liver coinp'
diaordor. arising from those of a bilious tvpt. aliould
m ke moot the only genuine medicine, (loUinsact'i
Livor Pill.
U7Be nol dereicej," but salt for Hub ns.ck'.
.Worm Syrup and Liver Pi Is, and observe that each
baa the signature of tho proprietor, I N. Hnbeuack,
aa oona else are genuine. AT. Y. Express.
IT-ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER! Im
ohatto Drarcrnc Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
PEPSIN. Tlit True Vigntlire Fluiil.nt Qa.itrieJmee.
prepared from Ri'.NNLT. or tha fovrtii stom.icii
ormt Ox. after utrection. of Baron LIEB1C3, the
Sreat Physiological chemist, by J. S. IIouohtok, M.
I.. Philadelphia. Thia Is truly a wonderful remedy for
Indignation, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, liver complaint,
conitipattoii snd debility, curing after Natures own
method, by Nature's own aent. the Gastric Juiec.
Pamphlets, containing Scieulifie evidence of its value.
luilliaiiou uv aKirin Kl 1. ovk ii,iut.s- auiwiiK uiv
medical advertisements.
47
Receipts for the (sHielle.
Wm. Smith . $3Ji) Wm. Hsver $1,43
Col. Crook . ' 4,37 Joseph Kint; 4.75
Jonas Christy liO Jacob Beck 1,75
G.W.VVillianisona.OOWalterMcKarlan.lo.OO
- , - New Nabarriberx.
- George Leach '- ' '
- ' PA IOI FOR SAL 13, - .
THE uiidcriigned, lieing 'loairou,s to change hU bit.,
sine-s ot life, now oilers tor sail s Vilailil,.
FARM,ituate in Blnnm township. Fail fi. -1,1 county.
UHio,one lull niim.winniiiirioanis uayaitoll
- HutA , ,;,.. ...... . '
1 11 U IIUiMIKMI .l MM1-I "Jili.
AUKr.S: more tn.a two-tnini. 01 tne aarnn under a
good state of cultivation, and the balance woll timber
ed. There are two farm houses, snd a Urge barn nn
the same, and several sprine. of never failusa; water,
and an orchard of tha choicest select loM'of crafted
fruit. .. .,'.,...,
Said Farm nn be divided ao aa to make two good
farms; and will be sold aeperatw- or togethtr, t ault
purchaaera. ' . ; .' - -.;
For particular., ts H prtc snd terra persons do
slrous of prehsrn;,are referred tu A. McVigh,Ksq ,
fneaeteK Ohio. A, In th nnilMdl-nwl Will hn
touna on tne premise uunnt me next two weMts.
Sopt. 13, 1859-...... JAMES A- HARRISON.
- -" ' STRAYED. -;- -' - .
AWAYlronTtlie .ubacrlber four weeks .iocs next
Frida y, a CO W, apotted white and yellow, heavy,
with long tail and shorthorn. Aay Information con
cerning her will b thankiully received, or a euilabte
reward will be given to any person bring her boms.
Ltncotter, Jaa. a. ' CHARLES BORLAND. '
.III.-. tik Summon
1353 GAZETTE ESIABUSHUZJT 1853
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snauium tor .! ,ni4ra. Il Us uw a Ur ir-
maiwat rirtulsllon t,aa t auy irivmu tim. and
this ia toni:am y incrra'inK ' Tne fa tors if r
-rtialomers will Iu. mh up iu a rnmpact manner, thua
atfurdinj l t arh'H, aa a4u lcUm forpil,lk itv.
lie alu-r, the luttux tcr.i.a ni.'l t atrutly
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l"veihprlvili;ofchani5ui;thjiradvi'riiai.ota
lour ttinoe ear h year. frwn contrarlinr by It
year, matt fur a rntain spa, tor bi h
llwv will b-xirtcd la pay. .
T rm a.l.lilion.1 rhar. i tweotv'-firo w-r
will a nnde,wh-n..dvMrti-..,t.;i.)-.rVe..ulJr.
Win both naoers. for orir. of advJrti.i. in th.
I rt.it. ' 1. . ' r.. . rv.:,
j Job Printit.tr.ln thi, d;nnm, w- .t u
rnaat aeveral luiurovrfrnta. we aluil i-njraror
.ta!ltimc.lo.ain.etf.vor,ofi.urf.;..nJaiih
promptneaa.ntn ... and at the loweat pria -
bloterma. Jr '
nin'tatta W sU'lVe-n cnuantlv r.n Uml R. .
r)EKoaanJ M.itnai. Joa-rici f-LAsti. and!
will be readr at all liin to print to order uii.
riao Bins.' Kotm and audi other Blank, as may
bn rouuirod.
At the eooimrncemrat of l?i yezr, we liarn a few '
. w uu- i mmj d uu. j . .i.,..r..-m.
j tana ma trouble to tftow tif paper to bis Beinuor and
loauce luni u. .ubarriuot
Tiiera are Urf t and cheaper papers publUhud than
iimri. but no cun v nao-.v iu tt,a V.VkI lunnuu. U t
j We labor loput unoilaro'.unioi what will oe of an-
itial and pefuai ad antic, rather than met novel
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, .ketches dwi.-ned to pla for a moment and then
j so forgotten. In ttiia age of prori-as and Ujt. lli, ii. 'i.
J of discorerv and invefition. avast variuty of nswa ia
i RublLhed in a en-..U .... all of wbk.
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with maUer of only aueruial unporianr. u doing
jurrle Mitbarto th. ao, iheraadar. f new., a-
I f- Uurann has bon and atol ia. to pukUsn a pa-
j Pfr Lwr!h ,h h'
CuullilttMth CMxklu...... it At'rl Joaraj ii Ka.isieifjfeirfa.
j " " " J -"- Uenllemtn, Jfuat in and Htamdttt OmUert. Con-
To ioh wuhju, ice to our. Jvcs. . irtumld hav. iXSTa' We have .U. juat receive a lot of
1 U lnrirMM"1 P"". T Coa Bs, . fine articl.
tended remarks, we conAJ nllv appeal to our preaeot fiU.M SHOK8. W hav on hand laivo and x-i
Utom(.rstobpromptinth.irp.vrr!nt. .ndtoOTrjellentrrnt
T r ... , . 'artirl. Via have both th lieht and heavy kind.
cms iu. generally hi v u!ir u.i.t fxm
our tulMcriution book.
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T rnw TITl ennfT t, rn4
LIST OF
n n. !..!! I n..!.t
: DflllMl rCHUUICai IT UUllCillillU?, ,
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Ueliverod In all t!i principal I itiea ia tb C. States,
KtlK-IC OF POST A tat,
And forwarded bv-m.il, under the provuiotn ol the
UV, r-e-t-OifVc-Uw.it i "
MF.HkLY OMlAL RATKS.
LONDON UUAKTEKLX KK V lhmc.mn-rt.tite
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CPI.NUCKGU BEV1KW (Whig)
( XOltTH BRITISH RKVIKW frive Cl.wcU )
WKST.M1XSTF.R BI.VIKW (l.tl.rt.,1 ) . .
BLACKWOOD'S F.OI.NBL'KUli MAOAZINK.
( Tory )
Although thes work, are di.tinguUhod by tha po.
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REDLCFI) POSTAGK.
r advert isem-nt iin'i"s""' " . ' l .' -u": ' " . 1 aelected stock of HAR D WA HKmO be
f r. . r 1 1 t ..I I Til ..L , ! ,..,. In 1 '
e nk tl alien- "'fh " "vkhik.i. n in, . , mirke( irihin trr.t.m their
own aa well aa i !"?""."! """"S 7 ! Iv itirroiied for the t three vear..and
.int. and a I "lor0 lB4d.'. lo a4 on .moohu to double that ol "auv
i - on a siuiie iieview. . . 1 xt 1 .
Henry Stephen. 01 Kdinburgli. and Pr.it Norton o I' f'hopplne Axes! CbeppinR Axes!!
YaleColleso, No lla , coinplrttf in 9 vols real i 1 1AB.MKRS will find - t the Of rat lufkware 8tor
octavo, comainitiit loipagt-s, 14 steel and GliO woodJt oni. f thelsrg-st and best wlected stock of Axes
engravings. Price, ti.niu.liii binding. tj la p.pr Ver Iwforewned in this market, coesiating ef
covers tor the ..ail. - ,4J. t.i, Companr'a-Axcs, frnm 6 6 :
iTThitworktstiurtheoU'Vr.iikoftke farm," - ss ., R.H.Manu's do do to6 "
litrly tit:sutcitAtr.B ondthrown uso.'i the tnarkrt. j (ll l.inpmc'.-tt's '' Aa do t ta 6-
-- ' . ,n . 1 .1 ' . . . . 1 M,i-pn mnd warranted
Iron, li on, Ii sail, Irani.
IT is generally admitted that
linn .,M hv 11k l at,,- rim in
tgga -'j-J.jinlitT to-any nthor in the uiar
ket. We have now tu our Warvhouw-,
I 30O.UH0 a. Rolled ami h.nmiered IRON.
I G.tXaj Cast, aliear, blister sni sprinc' STF.KL,
nini-ksmilbH will also rind a lai-ge lot of Anvils,
solid Bos Vices, Files. Rasps, He. etc. ..
Which will be sold clieadSrtlun tliev ran be bought
ny where else.
. KFFINfiF.R. WIUTi: & I.ATTa.
'November 1. tST.l
. V AliUAHI.K I.ANU rU SAI.K.
TI1F. u:id. r-igueJ ill sellat private sale. "g
small tract of II-Tinibcred Land.J
Containing 3U 78-t0 Acna,
Iluated oa th Old Chillicothe ruaj. .bout two niin
Sonthweat of, Uik-a tor, havii g ;i it fV.JXS0
of Water. P. t ARI'tN TtR- .
Lancaster, December W. 13
Fnirfleld County Agrlf tilturnl Society.
rilHEDE will baa meelInt;of thn tnembrrsof tlie
I L'.liM I '..l AlleulfHral So i .-tT. Im-H IB
Tthe Court Uobso at Lancaster, ota lhe third Saturday
in January, tn loin, to eiect biiicw ra """'
auch etlie. busioeaa as may coins beiore the BMeting. ,
Member 16, I86J . JOHN RKBilR. Pre.. .
pEagl and Tulegi.ph copy.
ORANGE ANI LiyrtO-IIS.
'A Few Boxes last receive, at the cil -c y Drag
A. "an. EDWARD L. SLOfA'M.
. Lancaster jun -v . , .-. .
Ulnok Siilipanai
Aa Orsltaaoe.
T rejiiVe the rhwlasMri. V(!bWm sjiJ
vilh lUlline la the City
ttynt liater.
"w tMrtictinn. uaa and nuntainanr thnraosi of
'"T1" aai and .id. traa ka a. th knaiaaM
, -." 1 -..j n.i(uur; rruFMao, 1 sat sat uu.
f muf do- not katrvrt th fr paaaas arrar aaui
I all.:orll Bnlinarytrav.lincaaii
i '"J rtW. That ahMiM aaij Co
omsamy
Am Ordlaaaee, ' -
wjpl- nvnlarr lo an Ordinarrfulatiiig Om 8kia
alka and Wuatars in tnn uty m Mocasior.
QI-.C I. Tit it trMinf fry the City Council la
T5 C7y of Ltmtrr. That tr-a aa after th aegai
pkhlwatmaj hnaof, it snail bo Hi duly of the oarnar,
orowrsof auy luf, or part of lot troatlnf on any at
,Oi. rub.ic atitrll, arHl.'nallas aoiporats) limita et saial
I'itv. aitwn notified an id tie Ly tl. anlharlty afortu
siid- to iaa rtwir Side- Walks to be curbed with
latnn- of tlMusval dimenaion-. and paved with hard
; u.. or ratrwi. as ih City Council ahall
termini; au.l also, to nav Uu- puMir (uisar ia irom
: ot tlx aame. i wim aooo awna rona.
j fire. Tlut il h Jtulhet maika th duty nt all
I pfnavna. th ornr. 01 km nra M jiy lot, or part of
I a luf ironfins; n amy of th fublic at reefs wifhh said
iCi'v. to L .lhvit Su'.t-lki ronsUht good r
jpair. i-a a-njrt ft nut li-aa tSart Ona iollajr,
j ot tkith than Fira IhdUn. f.- every day tha own-
orownra alureaaiit. aluH net;iFFt. or muacr to
iiuril, wilh tha nroriaioaas af thia aOetisa.
' Src. 3. That if any peraoai or yotaona. owner or
' aanan aa forratid, ahall n-jjfcet r runno to eAtsi'
. ply j'h th proriaiaaa of this nrdfnaace, it ahall bo
ih duty ol tberfaimitta) ba Jtranta sad alleys, to
' pro'-WfrrthwlU and cauae said iiaprovem to l
V f "Vi Y,l FZWtll
d. "K-ber with that k( Intero-t-and fiv
ftvreent. additional, shall be a hen awes ma !Ot or
" 'r"n WhVih"r T1?er'TnaI.r tht
. , . , . - , . . n...
I fVT ,.Art of imorprsliotl, yaw.d May
1 TT p rufTD Ma,
. Atta JoMaB. Rcra, Chty Llerk. . ...
' Iermternl),TS.j2. . . ... 5?
a..- aaiti..M....
1-., , . . , .. . , .
M'L'n5 Pprovriahns for tlie purchase ofau ..n- -0
I aoa iioaa ici ,11 in ft m. r --i .
of th City of Lascaaun .
C1Vf 1 S. nt..tt f. Aa ntu fADnnl a lk
I'tv of latatlcr, 1 Oat tnoavm at a rroen rror .
j Harwd lee I8S2 1V)1 f CRF.ED, Mayor.
Atti.rtJoM R. Rare. Cif Vtark.
Uuciu6er 3.1, 1SC-X
84
' BOOT AXU SHOE ESTABLISIIMEjiT
' 6J1 VTTORK..SOK It WORK wouMrespeet
i 1 I t f fully inform tliecktzeaa of Fairfnld
saa.ysi "h,,.ni,rtng eounoea. that they are oa
I bandaansual, at their eld stand en door
; Wuat ol avtocsm'. Drwg btor. with a forge emd
'PI".J ''"""jl !If I.'l'.i'nlS 'srhh
j Their Wln'tr purchases have been selected with
(Jle,nj sr larnrtnan airoai.
LAU1K3! WesaveUkenapeclaUSTeU making our
r &&2Sim..M a i !..
o j.wn ,h- smallest children's .hoe.
'Bmm down to th smallest childron'a.ho
! W. have .U on hand. ad e prepare to -ak.to
. w,je, ,re mh aupsraor to lormer articM. vv
' have ahm ljuliea' and MassaM' Gum Boots.
, J iXDINCiS.Sc.-tWaare also prepared teforniah
i Staaenatkeraand r'ijdin Stoves with kiiadui. of v.ry
(deseriptina. awrkas blita, Peja.aJootywefcbiag.Sh-
strintta, ua-ea, c.
Hide Loather. Moroeeo bfadtng,c, always on
hand.
j I adillttOa tO til WOra 1l BSaa, wa, 111 yrwiymaw
lt heraloforo to mannfacture veryttnng in rnr lin.
, Vwt oa wora aaia norwnamnentlatioa. W boa
bv proper .tteniionto ottr buaineaa. toj a f"
! sfiar f th puMic palronage, as W will.lwayab.
, luad t wait upononr eaoTOWsando rtesttt
please mem
t- i.' . v:
u a XT I'U TVm a,.hariM,ra will take one or two
rooii and indiistrioua boys to lrnthe Boat and Shot;
making Bbust. W OEK, SOS fc WORIC
Uacaaler.Jantrary 0, 1663.
j PERFUMERY.
i mill? subscri'er haa (urt rr-ivd every fine sa-
1 M. Kirtnientof the Oeauine lUnusel Perfumeriee,
ennjistin of gesuina Boef Maamw. genuino Bear
I 1 1 1 ,111 Ly.' I l.fl . IW1 .armn r m
. . r-. I, . .11. u ;,.fu -a- mt.-
Nov. S3
O. TV. KB.EMER.
Til..t '.3i.. V!.t5jera i5r Jills' aTTTl
I AHtiiM'Ml'Ai'aVk.
The Stockholder, raiding in Y au-neld and noticing
counties s re required to pa vito th underaigned. Trea
surer of -aul company, at nu owes in lantMior.
. JUKu KAUMiAl iin.irauarer
i Cincinnati. W. and Zaneavilie Railroad company.
' Lancaster, Detetubor 17, S&. SStf
( -
IV KW FAtiLOOObS A lsrgf, d geierl assort
11 man! now cpenrne, and bargain, to b had St U
: -4-i.MmntteUiirf.r1a liotfil.
i','L:: - .. w.t.wibe
J -
r. oaxa.i iuo
Paii-Lock & Mill-Saw.
WE would agsin call attention
to tho advertiaements of Kt
rtNuKR, W hit k Latta, to be
found in to-day's paper. Then
motto ba alwara bees barge sales
s)nd small profits, and to keep eoa
statn I v on hand the largest and beat
1 found in this
riu.tnes. bearteadi-
their trad
similar establtsh-
1 ment.
Ii,, i They ptirchase their goods almost entirely fof
7 j caslt ati:l directly from the Marrttfacmreta and Impor
ofj j U?rs, and are thus enabled io otier advantages ea trade
that preclude, th poaaibility of their keinc umhw-
,., 1 sola. Lnoa orsr war aairuwuiuni ami miwv
- i... n x-
: ,0 k'v0 tneln 4 ci''
Nov 93
Mill siitd 'r"a 'n "nu. ,
.4 &m. Xtm. Roland's Mill Sat, from to 1 feet,
a do. Ilas'i east steel
do
do 6 to 7 do
do 6 to 7 do
do 5 to ? do-
6 do Roland's rmaa-cut
do
do
" 4 do Hoe', snd Duton's
I or ul cheap by - ' - ,
i FIN'GKR WHITE Si LATTA.
Lancaster, November 23, ISfS. 38
1. All in lueaHMi ,fm, ,'.'-"-
1 by the ma:.ula turers.
I Latieaatrr, NuVec.Lei ItSI 28
I ' ' SDoemufcier. riniHnp. " ; ,
XTOW openice a: the sign ffthe rea hot ana
iS Still kay. oneef ti e lT-etr and beat assorted
f 'gf , jnuaj and Ki! irv beloiv UrougHt to-;
j market consbtineiu jviit of ' , .,. ,
i.
6 do. Kxtra I'inlc Li.iiir-js
H No. 9. f!,l " def.
-.4 V.xtrCc:lilnealI'ns, ' : '. -
. 4 " No. &V . do -de, . y ' 1
4 " To. 1, ( ipo (,'t st Jiindincs, ;, . . -4
KatraTan-.) iro lioot Muxorco, i '
. " No" 1, Madrs do ; do. -"
4 " l. A. Paris -' Skins,. ..' "
4011 pouuja Shoe Thread aasoitoj . i
Also--llnot We I, fho Ijicea. hw. llaij, ate etc,
which will be sold cheaper thea they oa us pur
chased .1 irv whore tv. .--. .-.- .
- F.FFINfiKtt. W IllTC JSt LATTAJ
Lancaktar. December 6, 1863. , . . -.
" Donrirt, Uibboiaa and Fans,
OF the ewet patterns. .11 oa hand at -April
8. .' ' HRXLBVt.
' CU-iiiia! ihalsif!! 1ials:! ;
WJ Elrave now In store nd which w purchased
- w boloyeth late advance iw rron:
. W pair twisted andatnight lin( Uac; ChaUaS,-: i
9000 sGrilfin'. log f bains.'. 1 - ...
Also . large ssortment of Breast, Halter and Can
chaina. Wood hamet.ete ete.
- t ' KFt INuKR. WHITK Aa'tATTA.
I aaTirrtTi iaovewe. w . -
4 sm skaW I

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