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CITY OP lAUCASTES:
T&art jar morning FcC. li, 1833
l'orclgulsut the Army of
Shortly before tlie lust full election tho
Ohio Eagle in a confident and triumphant
ir called onr attention to the rerviuet of
foreigners in (he revolutionary struggle for
freedom and in tbe late Mexican war.
They defied us to point to a single inslanre
whe re foreigners had desc rted our fl n. We
immediately rtfortd them to ti e treachery I
under Capt. Riley, and at oneo spiked their
gun. Since then we have had the pleas
ure of perasing Sparks' publication of the
papers of Washington, and extract tl.o fol
lowing letters to show the light 'in which
tbe Father of his country looked upon this
foreign element which, in the opinion of
the Ohio Eegle, seems to be the bnck bone
of the nation. We most earnestly commed
their iperusal to tbe calm and honest con
sideration of every true patriot in thtland,
) fit and distinctive tiud-awks to govern
Ui American people.
' Wm We sebmit the lettsrs:
"Morris tow, M I7h, 1777.
To Rtcninr Jksrt Lki.
"Dear. Sib: I take the liberty to ask
too what Congress expects 1 nm to do
wun me many iomgnors ir.ry Litre at an-
fere nt times promoted to the rank of field
offlccM, and, by their last resolve, two to
that of colonel? Iucfo . men have no at
tachmrnt to the country further than in
wrest binds them.. Uur o Hirers think it
ztremey hard, nf:cr tl.cy have toiled in
Che service, and have sustained many loss'
iM, to have strangers put over them, whoxe
merits, perhaps, aro not eoual to their
own but whose effrontery will tako no dc
inl. It is by the aeal
nd activity of our own people that the
cause mutt be supported, and not by a few
ontigry adventurers. ' .
: "X am, As..
'Vol. IV, p. 43J.
'"To Tn SAME.
, "JdiDDLiDAKX. June 1, 1777.
Ton will, Wfore this can reach you
bare seen Monsieur Dccondray; what his
real expectations were, I do not know, hut
1 fear if his appointment is equal to what
1 Jiure wen told is his expectation, it will
. be atteuded with unhappy consequences, to
say notliinjr of tho policy of intrusting a
department on the execution of whioh the
salvation of tho nrmy depend, to foreigner
who has no o'.lmr no to bind - him to the
- interest of the country than honor
would beg leave to observe that by put-
. ting Air. U. at the head of tlio ariillnry,'
- Ton will lose a very valuable olm-er in lien
Knox, who ia a man of great military
tandmor, sound judgment, and clear con
ception, who will resign if any one is put
: m Lim,
, ' O, WASHINGTON."
TVel. IV., p. 415.1
"Whm Plains, July ti, 1778. .
"'To Govemeur Morris, Esq.
"Dear Sir! The design of this is to
: touch cursorily upon a . subject of very
great importance to the well being of these
- titales; much more so than will appear at
first view. I mean the appointment of so
many forvgtttrt to office of !igh rank and
- trust iaoMr service.
"The lavish wanner in which rank has
luiherto been bestowed on these gentle-
" men, will certainly be productive of one t-r
fthe ciher of iht se two evils, either to make
us desi!able in the eyes of Europe, or be
come a means of pouring them in rpon us
Hike a torrent, and adding to our present
But itwut'iiher the expense nor trouble
- f tbem I most dread; there is an evil more
extensive in its nature- nnd falul in its con-
- sequences to be apprehended, nnd that is
tbe diivinjr all onr own officers out of sera-ice,
and throwing not only ourownaimy,
iut our military eouiicilsjalinly into the
' Lands o('reignen.
"Tbe oflWra, my dear sir, on whom you
tnnt depend for the dofx-Rco of this cause,
distinguislved by hvngtbof Herviceand mil-
' ttary merit, will net submit much, if any
longer, to tho unnatural promotion of men
' vcteiti, who hare nothing moroslhnn a
little pi lunibility, unbounded pride and am
Lilion, and a perseverance in the appliea-
' tion to support their pretensions, not to be
'restated but hy un?ommon firmness; men
' who. in tho first instance, tell you they
' r'nA lor u tlijeg mora than thd honor of
' ftervuiirin se vtotiowi a ene as volnn
lours, the next day swUcit rank without
j)ay; the day following want money ad
traoeed lb them, aad in the course of a
week want-farrtver promotion. Tho esrpe
" diency and p(ticy of the measure remain to
' be considered, and whother it is consistent
wltS lustioe or prudence to promote these
military forttino-htmtors at the l.mnrd of
1 ear army.
"Ihron Steuben, I now find, s also
wsntincr to ouit Ins insnectorsinn lor a
rommand in the lino. This will be pro
ductive of much discontent. fnaw.ird,
tthough I think the nron an excellent
' officer, do matt devoutly vlth tliat ui had
'. n4 lingel fnttign.tr among ut, except tho
Marquis de LafHyette, who acts upon very
' different principlois from lluse which gov
ern the rost.-r-Adicu.
I am, most sinoerelv. your.
' JKThene is more stringent liquor lnw
. haa the present coming before the Legis
taturs of Maine. The bill has been pro
prepared by Neal dow, and provides for a
fine of f 50 and four months' imprisonment
for the first violation; the same fino and
ix moots' imprisonment for the second
; anil 9100 Cnn and one year's imprison-
i -Bientia tlie State Prison for the thu d vio
' -Jetion. Jfo actions sballlie against officers
. for destroying liquor. " Common caricrs
are inade liable for carrying liquor contra
. y to law, aad are subjected to a fine for
' tie . first two cfiences, and Imprisonment
V the third. Itis tbouebt the bill will
yat. " . " . - ' ' ' '
At Centon, Stark, county, large and
v enthusiastic mct'mg of herciwzeus resolr
J to enforce ab-wtly lne iiqjtor X-nw.
Letter irons A.I. Binvbana,
PnblUhed la lbs l(llllbbarT VtrmoKt Rrflitcr.)
Mr. Editor Dear Sir: Having been
solicited bv Daniel Sanford, Esq., and ma
ny others In Addison County to give you a
list of my sales of Sheep, Cattle and Hor
ses, since the first day of September last,
I rather reluctantly do it: hoping at the
same time, that no one will be so unfriend
ly, as to ascribe to me any motive of pride
in so doing; but that every one may see
for themselves the advantage that may be
gained by improving from the best animals
of any breed. My flock ronsists entirely
of pure French Merino Sheep. Sales as
Sept. 10, 1853. Wm. P. Brady.
Va., C Bucks and I Ewes. 81,760 CO
12 " Mr. Hine, Ohio,
i Bu. Is nnd 2 Ewes, DCO 00
15 " Wm. P. Brady,
C Bucks and 2 Ewes, 1,230 00
" 13 ' Mr. Choat, Cana
da West, 1 Bnck nnd 2 Ewes,
jf r Benton, Mich
igan, 2 Ewes,
" " " J. Johnson, Ver
mont, 2 Bucks,
" " 0. A.Austin.Ver
wont, 1 Buck, '
2i) " Wm.Bradin, Pa.,
1 Ewe. .
Oct. 3, 1050, C. W. Foot, Ver
mont, 2 Bucks,
. v. dc. E. Samson,
Vermont, 1 Buck,
" " Mr.Tanning.Obio,
" James McConnel,
Illinois, 2 Bucks and 1 Ewe,
19 John A. Tainton,
Conn., 2 Bucks and 8 Ewes, 1 ,700 00
" " A. D. Lucas, New
York. 1 Bnck,
' S. S. Hall, New
York, 2 Buck Lambs,
" R. Gentry, Mis
souri, 3 Bucks and 2 Ewes,
Mr. Whiting, Ver
mont, 2 Bucks,
,4 Joseph Mosher, 0
bio, 1 Buck.
i Mr. Johnson, Ver
mont. 2 Bucks and I Ewe,
Nov. 2, 1853, Peck and N. Se 0.
Lewis, Vermont, 1 Buck,
" " Mr. Johnson, Ver
mont, 1 Buck
" 23 " John A. Tainton,
Conn.. 1 Buck and 20 Ewes, 3,700 00
Dee. 2'J. 1053, John A. Tainton,
Conn.. 2 Bucks nnd 20 Ewes, 4,260 00
Jan. 24, 1054. John .A. Tainton,
Conn., G Bucks and 12 Kwes, 3,700 OU
2J " R. Bingham, Ver
mont, 1 Ewe. .. 100 00
Feb. 0, 1054, John A. Tainton,
Conn., 2 Bucks, 300 00
March 0, 1864. F. Foakes. Ten
nessee. 1 Buck and 24 Ewes, 6,000 00
mont, 1 Buck 00 00
" ' C. W. Toat, Ver
mont. 1 Buck. 175 00
Mnv 1. 1854. Mr. Pease, sold
West. 1 Buck. 30 06
5 J. II. PixlT. New
York. 1 nuck. 150 00
10 " Mr. Pease, sold
West. Buck Lambs, 1,142 00
" " O. A.Austin.Ver
mont.49Ewe. .850 00
Tbe above sales bave been made
on the prcmiBea by myself.
Mr Sheen sales west by Mr.
Poase on French Sheep alone, 7.C33 00
Amount of sale on Sheep, 043.3C2 60
Deo. 10, 1053, A. J. Mosos.Ncw
York, 2 Coweand 1 Huifvr,
Feb. 3, 1854, Mr. Tinker, Mass.
2 Cows and 1 Bull,
March 10. 1054. T. A. Tainton,
Conn., 2 Cows.
" " Mr.Seargeant.Mass
1 pair Steer.
' Mr. Monnctt, Mas
sachusetts, 1 Heifer,
Sale on Crtttlo. 9020 00
September. 1053. G. A.Austin,
Vermont. 1 Marc,
" J. Bnrry, 1 Year
Oct., 1053. II. Chapman, 1 Colt,
" " J. A. Tnintor, 1 Mare,
Jan., 1054. J. A. Taintor, fiColts,
May 15, 1054, G.Morton and W.
Johnson, Vermont, 1 Colt,
Sulo on Horses, 81,105 00
Leaving my present flock of French Me
rino Sheep, old nnd young, 376 head.
Cattle, old nnd young, 40 head.
Horses, old and young. 9 head.
To sue. which all gentlemen are invited
to call and examine for themselves.
Total amount of sales on stock 45, 1 06 60
A. L. BINGHAM.
West Cornwall, Vt. May, 19. 1854.
Tha (Cincinnati Gazette of Monday nays,
"Every eoflee bouse, resternut. to., in tho
eity was closed j-Chrdny. Ihe conso-
quence was, that quiol goon o"
In another paragraph the eame pnper
says: "there was not a singto arrest rnado
by the Poliuo, up to ten o'clock lat
Scftocated. Mr. and Mrs. Jacox,
elderly people residing in Avon, Lorrain
county, a few nights ago went to bod with
burning charcoal in their sleeping room,
and sutlocnted from its fumes during the
night. Mr. Jacox was found dead, and
Mrs. J. survived but a few hours. They
were aged about QO,-Iftruld.
A 'ViNKnABLt" PAin. A wedding
"came off" yesterday which bore tbe dis
tinctive mark' of the principles of 'Young
America." the groom had seen 17 sum
mers and the bride H! Dayton Jour'
Tub arrivals by tea in California the
Inst year numbered only 37,740, and tho
departure amounted to 24,477 showing
a net gain of only 23,253 by sea to the
California population durina the rear. Of
tbit incroaso, 12,505 wera Chinosa.
Tho Mtne late has passed tha Illinois
Housa of representatives by a vote of 41
to 20. , Itia said it will pass tbe Senate
by decided majority. ..
' There ia to be a new order in the Cath
olic Church, that of th "immaculate con
eep'.ion." None but men b,f noble blood
can be admitted.
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ft v s.. v 1 4
j- p -u1 -- LN
" Ts tollowln britf hintorr of ihe dilln(t!ilh
t Artist, Mr. O. A. Hk'I.LWn, i taken from tlie
Ami'ri( ti) lliigrililcl bki-U'li Honk, suit truiil
ther mitlientic miiirrt. The Sketch llmik cm
eins the live or 1J8 cJwtliijriifs-lie;! livinjt, wlf
Mucateil men, anil hi k Mr. Itulluril in properly
nignfil a conspicuous place, in heiiiK one of
he nolilc few, in our country, who have liy their
wn exerlions, bvtn elevsteil from adversity to
4 lils'li nc honoralilii renown. Tho crowning
ork of Art liy Mr. U., mill lliu oini which nliove
ill otliris is now wiutiiiiK nr him widonnii
mviiiliiu I'miiio, is his l'iiuorma of New York
eity, I'dintniK of runs irntlifiilness ami per'
tion. winch cost Iii in four veuiV iiircssmit toll,
tod was sttciidcd with ail expense of over
o. a. nn.i.Ait:)
ITh horn si Ilowsnl, Sieiilien Co X. T ; on the
)il of Keliriinry, Iblii. His piireuLs came from
Massachusetts and were among the curliest
etllurs of Sieiilien county. His futher wns a
fanner of Rood repute. When the hitter died,
the suhject of this sketch wus fourteen year of
(je, ud ho was apprenticed to the limitless of
waxon making and sl(in imintiita; iliosehriincli
es iMting frciticiiitlv united, in many of our
Tillages. Ill love' for lliu fino arts wns liit
awakened hv tlie arrival ol a portrait pinmer m
that place. 1'jts'er to nhtuin some knowleilKe of
III art. he exerted hiinsell to tin: utmost io r.iise
the wars and menus, and upplted for instruction ;
hat the artist refused to disclose any of his pro
fessional secrets. At that pfriud he WHseiKliteen
yssrs of aire, and lim production of this painter
were the first oil pahilinK hu had ercr seen.
Itveral'terwiinls. hi mind wns llxed upon paint-'
Ing, and allhonli the wuy did not then uppeur.
an artist he wus ileterniiiied to heroine. With
this view he desired to leave Ills trade, for I lie
purpose of obtaining instriiciiotis in some of tha
disutnt cities tiul at the enrnest entreaties of
his mother, who could not hear Ihe idea of piut
InR with him. lie remained. All his spending
lonrr was l.iid out in lJoks: lint ho searched
In viiln for any that gave Information -n
At this Juncture, a friend of Ills, a young phy
llcian, paiiently wailing, like many others, lor
Ki-ay hairs, to entitle him to confidence, agreed
to sit for his likeness." lie ws in his glory,
, with a painter's pencil, odds and ends of
brushes, and tlie premises all to himself ami Ills
"tnliia t," lie commenced his llrnl portrait. It
was, we prcsuino, with some such feeling as thai
of an orator making his dthut, or a general
aliuiil to light lii lirst hutile. The portrait was
declared to la) excellent, nnd, to his gralillcatinn.
It was pronounced greatly superior lo those
mimed liy tho prolbsslonal artist. All tho pco
nla duclared that It was like life Itself; and in
truth there wus no fear of his lulling Into the
Simculty of a cor mi n urllot, who, having painted
a horse, thought it necessary, lor uie inns
l.,n nt wn not ttiili.'1's of the Hue arts, to in
critic iiuderiioalh ihe anlntnl, ''This Is a Horse."
When of aire. Mr. linlliird visited M.iss.tchu
etts and Coiiueciicut, wlicro he found I'rien.ls
who gave bim tho requisite instructions. He
then pominumd business us a portrait painter,
at Hartford, where he met with good success,
During scverul subsequent years, lie painted por
traits in Maxsiu'huietts, and in the woMcru part
of the Slate ol .New York.
In 1811 ho married tho eldest daughter of A.
A. Oluisieiid, Ivtq , anil since the winter of ISI'I,
he has made Sew York city his permanent pl.u e
There probably Is no Artist now living, of Mr.
tliilliird's ago, thai has labored harder, or applied
himself mine eloselv lo his profession, for the
last fifteen years. He bus Illustrated 'i furl that
has been illustrated by a great many Individuals,
viz: that liod gives notlilnit to mortals without
l.ihor it is liilior that produces ever) thing.
There Is no doubt of Ihe fuel tlmt it Is the duly
of every man, mora especially of every young
man. to Hud out what trade or profession liod
lnnd: him for ouJ tlr a. after ascertaining
Gov. O tnlinor, of Massachusetts, fnds
snmo difficiiliy in enforcing his order to
dinbnnd the foreign milifnrv comrnnies in
the Slate. Col. I). F. ButiU r, of ihe 5ili
Rcgitncnt of Light Infiintry, hns refused
to obi-y the order of tho Governor to dis
band tho Jackson Musketeers of Lowell, on
tho ground tlint "the order is one not re
quired or authorized by lnw." A Court
Uiirtinl will probably follow.
The Hartford Cviiraut publishes reliable,
statistics to show that in that county on
the 1st of August last, liijuor was sold in
30G places; tlmt there wcro 3,G4fl drunk
ards; 2,70 1 tipkrs; 1,470 families suffer
ing from intemperance, and 3.C91 child
ren belonging to thoso families. Tlie
cost of pauperism in tho county for 1D54
was 810.270, of which S14,C00 was
The Hon. Luther Severance died nt Au
gusta, Mai'fllHs' week. IIi was editor of
the loading W l:lh newspaper in Mame;sorv
cd several terms in Cgr!ss in 11,0 House
of Re prcsenlivcs, and was appointed Com
missioncrto theStndwioh Islano'o' by Pres
ident Fillmore. Ho received his catfca-
lion in the office ofthe Xotiotial Intelligen
cer, where he ecrvod an apprenticeship.
A lady, tho widow ofa meruhantof 1812,
is a claimant nndnr tho Frcneli Spoliation
Bill for losses suffered by her husband.
During her widowhood sho has been sup
ported by the neodlo. of a daughter, and if
the bill passes a fortune will make the twain
John Fitipatrick, a tteady, worthy, in
dustrious man, in employ of tho H:tilroad
company at Ironton, O., fell between the
cars, and the wheels of two long ears pass
ed over him, severing both his legs close
to his body. Ho had a family of a wife
and four chidrcn. - ;
The first trial under- tho liquor law in
Hamilton county, on Monday, resulted in
two retail dealers in Colerain township bo
ing fined fifty dollars And costs, and com
mitted to jail for twenty days, Tho deal
ers were taken to jail, and the Common
Plea refud a writ of Habeas Corpus. .
that fact, to devote the whole powers of Ms mine
to ihe accomplishment of that one object, viz: to
e.rci-l In thai trude or profession, it makes no
difference whether a man shoes a horse, make
a lnK)t, stioves Ihe foreplano, paints a picture, 01
reaches a sermon whatever he docs lie should
tta mil. Mr. Dullard, like all men who have die
tinguished themselves, has acted upon this prin
ciple. ICnrly in life the idea was strongly Im
pressed upon his mind that God made him for
an Artist. I'revious to his settling down in New
York eitv, to distinguish himself, he bad painted
the port raits f eitjM huntlml different individual
it is tlie vast amount of labor that Mr. Dullard
has performed, and that only, that has earned for
l.iin thu reputation he now enjoys, of being one
of the brightest jewels of the American School
of Artists. lie went to New York with tho da
termination 10 distinguish himself in his profes
sion, and although he was not known loa single
individual In that city, he formed a resolution to
eu n Tor him-ell', in time, a reputation that should
be world wide. The wordutf wu IK t found ia
Mr. Iliillurd's dictionary.
After painting the portraits of over one hun
dred diircrciit individuals, residing in New York
city mid vicinity, he believed ho could do more
good by painting works that should carry a
moral wltn them. I lie most or Ills worKS nave
been tin so that illustrated the manners and cus
toms of American Life and History. IHs first
great painting wns " The Last Ulnnket. All
who are tnmlllar Willi American History, will
recollect that, during the ltevolution, when our
army were suffering for clothing unrl food, at
Vullcv Forge, tax gatherers were sent by (ien
end Washington, to collect of the people what
ever they could give for the support of the army
Upon otio ofciUion, one of these tax gatherers
called upon a wnlo.it woman who had 0110 balie
that balio was asleep, wrapped in tho widow's
only blanket, but such was her interest In the
cause of .American Independence, that she took
from her shoulder her only shawl, wrapped her
child in It, and handed her only blanket to the
tax gatherer, to carry to the soldiers of tlie
itevolutionary Army. That scene was the sub
iect of his lirst great picture; nnd it was sold to
Ihe American Art I 11 Ion. and was drawn by
Mr. I II. Ilrowu. of New York city.
His second and probably his greatest work
was "Tim Ihmghtcr Appeal." All havo read of
Iltlinn Allen. He was a brave and generous inani
but he was nil Infidel. He wrote a book on
Intblulity, called the Oracles of Ueuson. The
wife of Lilian Allen was a devoted pious lady
a inemlicrof the l'resbyterian Church. She had
a number or daughters, all of whom believed the
doctrines their mother had taught them, with
tho exception o' the eldest. This girl's mini? .
had been Masses by th liillucncc of her father
and she was inclined to believe the doctrine of In
tMclky. At Ihe ngo ol' eighteen, she lay upon her,
death bed. alio sent for her father to come lo her'
ruoin, and addressed him In Ihrso words: " Ka
thcr I must die ; I must noet my (iod ; now dear
Fader, tell me, shall I believe Ihe doctrines thai
vnn linvo tauifbt me. or shall I believe tlie doe.
trlucs tint inv mother has taught tne '"The
brave old itoldirr that could tnco a cannon s
mouth and not llineh a hair, when this question
was addressed to him, hesitated, dropped his
head, the leara trickled down his cheeks, nnd he
said with emphasis: " Ouiiyltter. lirlirv th doc
trine iimr tmithrr a lautjhl f"f ' This scene," The
Daughter's Appeal," was Ihe subject of his see
oil I great I'ainting it was sold lo the Art Union
an I drawn by (ieo. J.J. Hnrhur, of Homer, N. T
His third great l'ainiing was "Nathan Hale,
just before his Kxecutlon." This was sold to the
American Art L'ulon, and drawn by a western
man. His fourth great Palatini;, wus "Capt.
John Sinuh, and I'ociihoutiis." All will recollect
the scene this whs sold to the Art L'nioa.
Among other productions are "Judith In the
tent of lloloferties," Horse Trade," and "Sam
lie .lied in New Toik city on tbe 13tb of Oe
Ornliis ortlic Wraf.
For some unaccountable reason w have
never received a number of this Mngazine,
published in Cincinnati. Mr. Cogoe
s it all will pleas remember us. By tho
way, wo notice our exchanges are in ecsta
cies over Mr. Coooepiiall's Lecture on
Cash and Chnractcr." It cannot bo too
F. S. Since the above was in type a
copy of tho Genius has been received, con
t:tining tho following table of contents:
Historical Sketches, No. 1.; LovenndMar
riage; A fragment; bimon otuckup a
Character; Ilunibutgery of Literature;
Eaily History of Books; To "Wm. Culltn
Bryant; Geriold Massey; A story for
Boys nnd Girls; Editors' Tableau; Little-
graphs; Ohio Editorial Convention; Rheu
matism; New Publication.
Arrest f a Colstritbb Tbial
riBFOiiB U. S. CouMiasiOHEii. Wo no
tifed lust week tliut GsonaK W. DkGrofp
of Violet township, in this county, had
been nrrcB'cd on a clmrga of tnnlting bo-
gin coin. Ilia preliminary tril cmo off
before) U. S. Commissoiner Georoi
SANDErt8oi on Fridy Inst. It was pror
n cqnelusivly, on trial, that tho defendant
had for tha past year or two, in company
wilh aevcral othars.bosn engaged in malting
quarter, and half .dollars. The principal
witnesses wera two fomalcs who were for
... n. n re
a tinte mmatas ot in uouso t viurou,
and who toutifiud, unoquiroeally that tbey
ha I witncssoil tha defendant and hi co
worlters making moulds and running coin,
of tho donomination above named. Ho
wasbel.l to bail in tba ium of fiftcon bun
drod dollars, in default of which he was
romantlod to prison.
We took n full report of the procedings
of tho trial, but find we havo not room in
this weoks paper lo lay it before our read
Tho Elyra Democrat says "it in general
ly understood that the Liquor Law will b0
strictly enforced in tbat fillnge."
At tho Treasurer's sale of property dis
trained lor taxes io Cincinnati, on Tues
day, no bidders appeared nnd tba sala waa
It will be noticed that a very important
addition has been made to tho title of the
Gazette. Owing, however, to the fact that
the paper on which this issue is printed is
some two inches lartrcr than our usual
sheet, it does notmnke ns fine an appear
ance as it will nficr we get papor of tho
proper siio, which will not be for several
weeks. The design, however, will strike
the reader as being both beautiful and ap
The "Cosmopolitan Literary Associa
tion" distribution has necessarily been de
ferred until the 28th of February. The
lute issuo of Illustrated Catalogues ren
dered it impossible for the Secretaries at
distant points to" have sufficient time for
properly canvasnitig their distrets.
Taken their OiOccs.. ,, ....
Jcdoe Shaw and Joiis Radebacch were
on Monday last,, installed in their respect
ive offices of Probate Judge and Cleik of
Common Pleas. They will make popular
and efficient officers.
A more beautiful & convenient store room
enn nowhere bo found than the new estab
lihbment of Rttber.KutZ'dc Co. Among all
the fine improvements which Mr. Crekd
has been making inour city this room ranks
WASHi.NfQTON, Feb. 12 Hi ram II. Rob
inson hi been nominated Marshall; II. M.
Nelson. Judge; nnd II. J. Jewett, District
Attorney, in jtho new JuJicail District in
and tho effects of imprudent use of Mercury, no in p.
diciue has ever beon discovered whirli has effected
such euros ns Carter's Spanish Mixture.
Throat diseases produced by sulivatloa. Harking
Cough, Bronchial Afflictions, I.Ivor I)isoose,Sourol(;ia
and Kheuinalisin, have nil been relieved and cured
in a wonderful manner, by the groat purldor of tbe
blood, Carter'a-f-'pnulidi Mixture.
Thoraso of Mr T. 11. Hamsoy nlono should satisfy
any who doubt. Cull on tha Agent and procure a
pamphlet containing cures, w hich will astonish you.
, Roe advortlsoaient. Jan I 1in39
.On Knndnv Ihe 4th Inst bv Knv. J. A. Flarlln? at l is
reitaVnru, Mr. KOH'T BUIU'O.V to Miss MAUuAKLT
A. HOYEK. both of this city.
On Thursilnv, Fe!. 1st nt Havensrort, In this eonn
iv. by K. II. Usvls, K-.., Mr. JOHN SHELL and Miss
On Thursday Inst, by Hev. J. Wneoiibnls. Mr.
PHKDKltlCK RKN1CK, to Miss HELENA -MVliltS,
of GreenllslJ lownslilp..
lr. I. ffl'Cll.l,ICK
A OltAnUATE of tho University or Pennsylvania
anil for aoverul years a Prnriiitonor of medicine
and Nurg'.'ry In llio liit'rlor of Penusytvaiila. has lo
cated iii liiinciister, Ohio, and will promptly atU'iul
toall proressiouid rnlls In therlty nrviclnlly. Olllco
and ri'idtnco 011 Whooling fct.r nearly opjiosito the
February 15, 185S 3wp.
OS the CCd of Pee. Inst, between my house and Rleh
nrd llookurs lUuksmlth shop, 011 tho Co
lumbus road, a siaull leitthor poi kel book contaltiiiiK
s one la receipt ami a note of hand eallliig for two
hundred dollars, a ul'l e Ike. 1st P'SA, and signed
by Jacob Monch. Any nersou returniiig tho same to
nie, or leaving it M this ntllro. will bo lihomlly re-
wnr.lro. ' Hlooia In., I'nlrn 'l.l 1 ninny. 111110.
Feb. 13, 11-33. THOMAS MAHT1.N.
a T mv Inslnnrs .n Altfli htnptit vrl l.sncd nn the
l liiih. f Puhrunrv H-SI. Iiv Jacob t inliiih. a Jus-
tli ont'tlie Hoiico. of Hoi k lie lown-liip, FalrSeld
county, tiliio. ngainst tho prnpoity nnd eltccts. of Hor-
aeo uplon, 11 uon-roslilaut of s:ou couniy, lor uu sum
of uiliolntiu dollnrsaud ninoty foor cola, and prnl.
ubloroslsHvo dollars. HUS'I hit & SO.Y
Feb. 15, Ie33lw4l.
jTY virtue of nn exeeulicn !
a the Court of Common Mens, ft
Ohio, I w ill offer nt public vci-due
n directed from
for Foirfl'-ld Countr,
iiulilic vci-due ui-d outcry. In ths
tnwiinf Hickerliietnn, Hnlrflild County, Ohio, on
7Aar-fov fAsCfl'A dai of Fesruary, innf., between tbe
hours of ti'n o'clock A. M. and four o'clock, P. M., of
snld day Iho followbur poods -nd criaitols, lo-wit:
Ouo sorrol ninro with two white feet; I atl bnirtry
harness, 1 bin nket, I slciuh, 1 brass cl'icU, I hureau, 1
bctlslend and bedding, 5 filclurHs rtlicl frames, 1 dan
while faced enw.l bny stallion, blind of nn eye, 1 hal
ter, blenkot and cirrli gle, 1 sett doiil,le ivimon hsr
nss. I two horse wngon, 1 new buggy not finished. 1
old bilcgy. Q bsrrf Is, 1 shoe bench nnd tools, 1 wood
saw, 1 oystorsitrli. 1 o-cltutn. 1 chopping axe. 1 pistol,
1 trundle beilslei'd iind'strsw tick. 1 vslice, 1 tin boiler
lot or shoe lasts. 1 miiico chopper, n) nets, 1 baggv
hlpand lliree shotes.
Tiikentn execution as th rrovertv ofGeorco W,
Patirolfat the soil of Ann UcGrott, upon au order for
alimony pendent lite.
rsrius of aaio casn in nno.
WILLIAM POTTER, Sheriff.
A. W. EUKIG11T, Donuty.
Feb. IS, IF33.
Thi well Known Ilessler Fnrm for Bn'e.
f fill tt nndarslirnell offers for salo this excellent farm
I roiitnliiiiifM acres of Urn qusllly farniiug land"
Ivlnir In fleasiuii township, j1. miles cast from i,sn
ea.ternnd near Ibe Nelrark road. Iheiniprovemeiits
are a Sue larro brick dwelling, an excellent barn and
oiheroal buildings, a never failing spring ef pun
water close lo the dwelling hnaso. The farm ia well
watered. If lids farm Is Rot snld h! private sale before
Thursday ISih Nfarih it will be ofTered at public saloon
that day on the premises; also a heat in the ground
Farming ulolislls Fresh Nib h CowsWork Horses,
Voting Cattle and Hogs also a great variety of houe
hold and kitchen furniture. Should Iho farm not be
sold on the 15th March, It will then bo ottered for real.
For terms of salo Ac, apply to Dr. Baerstlor. or on
the farm to me CKO. VAN LUCPKE.
February IS, IKS 11.
RKAI, MTATE FOlt SALE.
W1l.li rspnss in snlo, aa Smturiny thr StrA t1 of
.Ware), If jo, bv public veniliiti at tha Court Bua
inr la tha cily of '.ancaMar, Ohio, tha fullrvwlnff Kual
lat: lltv-Scvrn tf rranil III I'rrrhra
r Laud, Xoiilli art ofthe S.iulbwa, t quarter "t Sc
tion o.t. iowiiiiuino. is, Kange .to. ia, rairaoia
Wul-I.ott No. 10, North of Uaritr,
coiitaiiiliin 7 S-100 Acrea, to be aoltl eutlre or in iiarcale
it, to, in inn -j iru'noi .ipw r irra,
Haiti coiuitf, irn whirh fi vltuatd aamall l.oft llon.e.
I, at tin. II, in Ibalawn ! IM-nnt-
vlllc, In aalil rnuuty, on nbltli la alluaW a Frame
rrai,as,ff Ono-lhlfu In haml. ona-lblrd In one,
anil niie-ttilnt In laotanr, wilh llittiruat.
any or mo anote propariy may iionurrna,an aipri-
Taiaal on inna aa above, jiiiiu K. nuaiA t'uu,
Fob. 8, lrM40 . A.siguoe of L. M. Uoory.
Saddler.IIaraeai Maker HnasiTrJmMer,
aapl.'VllTriLIi promptly attend to all buslneii en-
Tk 1 trusieii to ins care.
Bolnr a iiractical
that he can t
unced workman, ho fifla roalldcnt
render general aatlsfhetlon to all who
may favor him with a call. A "now broom aweena
clean," com and try. PAMEL KY.NKR.
auienua, rebruarj 1, lfJJj IJJD"
HRAii ""estate rohXiTE. .
TUB undenlpneil will expoae to sal a by nnblte
vendue, at tha Court llouso door In Lancaiter,on
Satardav the ITth dr of rtbrnary, I8SS,
the following property, to-wil:
Tiir. TWO NTDItY DltlCK UI.OCK.
on tho North tld j of Main fllreel,near tha Canal, to
CONSISTING OF FOUfl DIVISIONS,'
each salted for places of biMlness or family residence!,
with grounds extending to tho Alley In Ihe rear.
AlHO, 0K I' It A IT! C WA.UF.UOISG
arid Itronnds attached Ihoreto, on tho Canal, South of
tlie Allev. tKMween Main ami v, neeiiiiir rurocis.
Alan. iN-l.OIS. fioi. iHJ, 507, 5uf. ill. SIS and 513,
of tbo Clfy of Lniir:i4ter. being numbered 7U, 7 1, W, 73,
18 mid 77 of tin Northwest Addition according to
orirlunl niunliarUiff, -
Termt at Salt One-thlnl ofthe pnrrlinsa money to
bo paid In hand, one-thlnl Iu mo, and one-third lu
two years with Intureat from the day of sale.
H. H. HliKTiK,lri!a,u L. O. Bank. '
January 25, i5.-3 39
. r.I'.OUGF. S. KATO.f , M. D.,.
rnTairiruN.OrrjLitT, AMD OaTtiorDict, St aotoS.
nWXXGlttattd asmaaearfa In Chllllfhothe.nfron
lila prnfiwdoiial aervleos to all who aro afflicted
with anv ofthe folluwinc disoaaeaor dofornillloa:
Amaurosis, Oplhalmia, or lnflamatlou ofthe Eyas
Oramolnr UiU; Watory Eyes; Catararta, fpocka and
Plains, effectually remove,!; Htrabisniiia or Cross Kyo
cured lu'a few seconds; Ptaaiai (tub Font; Hair Lip;
together wilh every othor operation belonging to th
urriUKWMiiist oioci' neaiaance vuj nooaa
. TdrHo charge for xarrjMtlss
ar a ibsi . t
T virtue of an order of tsle lo m directed from
llto ttoart of i'mumoii l'U'ss tor Palrneld county.
o,I wtUoifrrsiul cuiose to tule hr nubile vndu
and uutrr) , ul lhi duorol tlie t'lturt House In tlie City
of Uincuster, on S'tturilty Itt 3rd iay 0 March jt. V.
1K5, botwoen llio hur of 10 oV'lork A. M. Alol 4
o'rloek P. M.of sniil lsr.lhv follow Inj Keul Estnle,
to-wll: lMit ioi. . 10, II, I-'. 13. 10. IT Also, Lot No.
3, in Johu C. HAiiiisoirstldilioH to the Tow u of Pisa-
uiiiviuo, iu ruiriijiu Louiiiy. unto.
Talon In exec ution 1, ilia pnniorly of William W.
Slesnrtnt the suit of NuthHii c. Millar, for tko use
of 1)ut)1 Cupp. Terms of snlo, cssti 111 h:ind.
" 1)1 No. 9 ii-iirnl-od iaKt Lot No. )0 at S3; Lot
.-o. 11 ai uu An. 13 ui aiu; boixo. 13 ul JjO; fcoi
No. 16 at $d; Lot So. 17 t $S. .
wii.i.iam roTTKK, Sheriff.
Fjbrorjl,lJ 53UiH3 .
wiiiiam 1. nruuiiieiii ts. jkcou newer, ei alt. .
Y virtue of 'an onlur of sulo lo nie directed in this
l case from tha Court of Common Picas of VairllelJ
County, Ohio, I will offer nnd exrosi to public vun(n
aud outcry, ut tho door of tho Court House In tho City
of Lancaster, on A'jrrJo Ikt 3rd dm JkUrtk jf.il.
iK.Dotwen the nnarsoi iu o'eioea A.-M.nii.Ho'. ln. li
P. M.of said day, tho ridloniiiit licscrlU-il Koal tilute.
lo-wu: 111 ao. one (i.na Airoinisi iviiuor socouu au
dillon of ln-)ts 10 llio Towii of .Vdlorsiiort.
Appraised at $35o. Icrinsor sule, ensli Iu hand.
WILLIAM POTTKK, bltorlff.
Fobruaryl, laii 33lpIJ3 .
. Agricnllnrnl IVotice.
TVrOTrTE Is homliy given Hint on Snturdny, Fobrua-
ry vsia, 1110 iuoinoors 01 1110 rutrnoiii uouuty Ag.
eultaral Hielelv, wilt aioot at tho Court House Iu th
city ofl.airalr,forllie purposn ofclcclingnincHrsfor
sum nocieiy. - si. nuiLumi, ecy,
Jan. 1H, fM 3T.
Iloaae and Lot for Sale,
fTIHE snbterlbor will dispose of aliousoand lot In
1 Kast Lancaster, wkore Mrs. Cookie now reslilas,
011 favorable termi to tho purrlinsor. For particulars
as to leriu auu uue,iinnuire or r. van irunip.
an. J8, 18-417.
Notice of Assignment.
sMEOF.GE W WILLI! 1TK assigned all his tradrto
.T to tho uadersigueil rnr the xpial benefit of his
creditors, December S3, HZ4. Forsous Indobled will
maao pay-mont tollie undersigned, and thona having
claims against ihe snld George VV. Willuite, wll Die
iu? sainu wiiu propur Tuucnrs.
1I0C.W), 1BJ1 14 JUtlS liVO.-SS, AsslgaM.
T my Instance an attachment was Issued on tho
xuin liny or nopcinivor. lf-34. ny 11. h. Apt. a Jus
of tho Peace of Liberty Townshin. Fairfield coon
ty,Oliio. atraiust tho nrotterty and ogcclsof Mary stilt,
a non-resident of said county, for Ihe sum of Nineteen
Oollurs and Tlilrly-threa t outs and costs of this suit.
February 1,1M5 43'J KOSAN TALIiOTT.
notice is hereby given.
THAT on the lilih day of January, A. D. rPSt, tho
iiudersiirned filed tluir Petition In the Clerk's
Oitlco oi'thd Court of Cournou Pleas of PalrnVld coun
ty, pruyingtho vnoidioii oftlinso parts of tho 13th AI
ley lying butwoon the Lots No. 12U ami 137, and Lots
Nos. 02 and b3 in llidTown of Uickvilbn luid thntpart
of Xorth Alley in sjild Town, running from the l!k
Alley in a Kout'i.Miti'rn direction to tho Township
lino. Maid Ptititlon will coiiio on to bo honrd 011 llio
first day of the next Tviria of said Court, or as soon
iitorcoilorns eouns'.'l can oe hoard.
JI irtis Hcm-airn, All's. A. E. MITIIOFF.
January II, 16533
W GRU BR having returned toltncastorand Intend'
,9 . to remain nennanuiitly in Ibis city, and havimrro'
eolvod iiistructionsfrnni an oiperleiiced llenlWt from
tlie elly of Now York, mid obtained a knowlcogeof the
uasinoss, now respccuiuiy luniiers uisprnrnssionulser'
vices lo citizens of Itiuifaslur and tho public gunorully,
Ho Is propared to iierforui uli ofioriitlons unou the
Teeth, such nsKxtnictiiig, Pinging, Filling, regulating
inv i ueiii,ireaiiug4riiiirj iir oeccasou uums, uestroy
ilig Nerves, romoving Tartar, etc.
Arllflclal feelli inserted ou Gold Plate from one to
full set: also Arliilrial Crowns seton healthy roots
wnn.ut palu, so as to answer an llio purpose or mas
Every operation in Doiitlstry essential to nresorve
iiii'i i,'.-nito, imi i neiii, mm pci.,- ,i"iu n niTnioij
tion. and linitroveihe hreath. health rVTaste.nerformo
on moderate terms. Ladies in the eity or eoantv, 'will
ho waited on at their respective plaeesof residence, if
it bo roinesiott. rio rnargos uiauo or examination o
con.iiitntloii at hlsotllco.
OFFICE On tho Northoast corner of the Pubtl
Square, one doorfroni Main strcot.
Lancaster, Soptoinher SH, 1S34 21
."YEW Flltn AM) TiPAY GOODS,
M AUTfS, C;il.Y A CO.
At the Old Ktanil of lUinrrnnit A ."fart in
W"W AVE lost received a large and elegant assortment
1 1 of iTiilil, comprising a- variety uusur
posted, and nnicli lliey will sell at great bargains.
Cloth, Caaslrnores, Cnsslnrts, Jeans, Ad
Vostlnirs. of.all thedlrTerent slvles:
And for the Istdlea French Merbnies,Tb.i)bot Cloths;
A I paeas anil us iismus or an kiikis;
Calicoes, OliiKhnms. Flannels, and every article I
the wnv of Dress Goods to bu found in tho cities:
Hhawls, of every variety of hue, size, anil matorlal
' Dross and ilonnelTriinmliigs, beautifu laortmont;
Ilolinels hllk, Velvet and Mraw which Iho Ladlus
all declare to be tbo most baautifal and fiishionaldo
111 addition to their stock of Cloths, Ac, they have
and will con.liiTitlv keep on hand a laree and excellent
-look, of KKAlir1 MA OK CLOTHING, got np with
last.) and sareiior aoTKmniintn.
Hoots ami Nhoes: flats and csiis.at prices wonaerruiy
low. ti'ioonswaro anil uiassware.
Colli e, SugHr, Ten, Tobacco, Spites, d(,
alwavs on hand.
Tr?The new Una toudwr tholr thank for tho en
coarnKluir manlier In wfilch they havo been received
as well by the public generally ashy the old palmns of
the stand, ana nog teava in assure an. inar.tr a constant
attention to their wants and a determination to kee
op with th times will secure a continuation and en
Irireemeiit of llielr business, they will not fail to atlai
tliut end. Country produce taken In exchnngs forgood;
laincasier, ur.io, January s, iro ai
a vai.u ni.E I'Ait.n for alk.
r Acres of flrt rato up Land and bottom moa
, 1 1 (tow. alariro imprnvnit.'iit, apple anil iwarli
on-hurci of Ihi! best irrafti'd fruit.niany oU'iranl .pnt.jr..
a howoil loj; barn ami hou,o, a larfr, qttaiitily nrhewinff
tiniboraiitl Naw.loir,. The laiul lo ba aold In-loUor
tofr.ifthdr,5ituattMl mi a pooil road, H 'i mil'i, from I.au
caitiir, and nn mllo from Pratt' f-'aw Mill.
Fortrnniifiply to CHAHI.KS UIBBI.E,
MaJisonTowinhlp, FalrfloM rounty, Ohio, orU
- Land Agent, i-ancaator, Ohio.
Eeptomker 7,1K4 lattf
' i.rfn roil svi.e.
f fTIK undnnlrne.l offers for al KlffJiff Aer
of i.wiiui locatiMi iu tiorRinit iown,nip, s.s
milt's Went of l.aiicater, on tho Turnpike, duwribed
iii follows: It bonis the Won half of the f outhKi'st
(tuarter of function No. 16, Towiilup Tin. 14, in Hanfre
no. m. improvcnuMiia consisi or inifaat
DWKI.I.1XO IIOUSKN and S TA IILK.rood jiat
SPHlNGhitinlTtothe nwelllnr. a fioOD JL
YtiUNO OHCHAHl) of ar.l.-il Krult. Fifly Ai-rm
floared tindorcullivatlon. Vholo Kiuhty Acroa un-
uor go ranee, me inner iniriy Arroa won iiniorc.
a nloo Suear Orchard, two no ir-f.illlii2 ,tream of
water paslnBthroii(th the farm. The prli-c of the abovo
land ia fit) per aero, two thousand dollars In hand Jho
balance In two annual paMiK'utt with lntcrot;
For fiirthnr particular apply to tbe aubsrrlh-r llln
II tho l.romiSM. WILLIAM M. TAYWtt.
Febriary 1, IKU-SS
V ALU A BLE RE A L ESTATE
FOR HALK OK KKT. '
THE aubirriocr will sell at private aale bar Farm
in Ureennvtd Towiiahlp, about S)i aiilea Norlh
weit af Laiicualor, '
Containing 215 Acres
and wllhln sltlitof tho Cnliimhus Boad. There la on
Ihe farm a HKST KATK APPI.K ORt'HA Kl) of
about TEN At ltbS. AKVKM-FA IL1NG fiPKIKO f
GOOD WATKK.a comfniiable llWKIXI.NO HOI. HP.,
a lrga HAHN and other Oul-Honsaa. The lloeklng
Kl ver passes noarly tlsrouirli the centre of said Farm,
and it is ntherwiso well watered makingTt a desirnble
grazing farm.' If not snld nt private sale by Ihe FIRST
SA I'llltDA V IN M AKt'll, 1 will on that day otlnr It
nt rum.li; min i".! at llio court House in Uie Lily
of Lancasler.end If not sold, will then rent to a goad
tenant on pleasing terms tor rash, rot l"rnn, &o.,
apply to H.Oi.NAH LEVKK1HO.
February8, 1833 10
John Ashnangh, Plaintiff,
And raw Pa Graf. Pefendant
flllH Defondaiil will tska untico that nt my Instance
on December 11. lfSt.an order of aturlimentwa
Issued by G. Htelnraau, Esq., against him for the sum
or fun IL'-lOU J y 11.1 ABIIU.VI.UI1,
February S, 1853 3w40
WOOLEN FACTOIIY FOR SALE.
THE audersigned would respcclftilly announce t
the clllaens of Fairfield aid adjoining counties,
that he deslrestoaell at privute anlo the VVoolen
I'srlsrr iLuiited in the town off I3fl W fflgpart.
Fairfield eounly, Ohio. Tho machinery l principally
NEWandln FIKriT KATK RUNNING-OUDKK and
does work equal tonny In ihe country, and has a large
run of custom. There Is connected wilh the Factory
a good and convenient Dwelling unuso, contain
ing four rooms, nnd also four finely situated lota.
The out buildlnr are numorous and convenient.
Persons duslroii of intikiuc a eood Imrttnlu In this
kind of properly, would do well to eonio nnd examine
said promises. JONATHAN K. AllESfcl,
Havensport, OctoborS, lHol S3
A FINE chance ror a Tailor la offered in Clrclevllle,
x to go Iu an established btlsinasa, by Iho subscriber
who Is uhniitto go in to Punning, nnd will aell outtlie
good will of a business that brings an luroino of l,i:tl0
dollats a year,. Apply lu pnraouor by letter to D. B.
Beeraover Rogers, Adam dt Co. 'a Hloro,
Possession given on the 1st. of March. ' -Circlet
lllu,.Ohlo, Juu, 18,. lcji-37. ,
City Property for Sale. .
XIIF. suhscrlbor will sell at private sale the Brick
House, on the Northeast cornor of High- and
selina streets. There Is all the noedlol conven-
tencososi Ihe property, such aa a Woll, Cistern, Stable
dir.. ideasaiilly situated and is altnirelher one of the
most, desirable private dwellings In the city for further
partteuiars inquire or , - hsuosu v. sai iiuua
.l-.'W.-.ll-''w.J'yJW Mlftl I SHHH i IMI I 1 1 I III I
Git EAT 8.1LE OE.
THE Hoeklng Valley Bank will offer at public aala.'
at iLe O lurt House iu tho C'liy of Lancaster, oa
Saturday tbe 17th tiny of February, 183S, "
CF GOOD WELL nil'K.lVtU fUM LilDI,
lying one mllo Northwest of Lanraitcr.belng the same
Lands latoly owned by Oarius Talliuadga.
sua l.sus will aa orraaco in ri.' sls aa vollowm
1AflOl X 80 ACitK.K,
lying North of the Canal, South of ihe Col umbos Road,
,. vmu w . " wnuoui urayoin auu rosier
uuiu, won a uweiung tlouso aud liarn Ulereoa.
2 vniU'T DO ACHFS,
on the South side ofthe Canal, ofpralrio paslure.wlUa
yii.iiua i 9 ijaua iroin me coiuiuoue noaa
aud Bridgo across the Laud.
. 3"AIJIl'T 1(10 ACHES,
n the West side of the Canal, hulfofll gooil dry Cora, -
amiuu, oaiuiico ano pasture ijinu, wnu aOwelliuf
' t-ADOrr BJ!) AUIKS OF LATID.
including all llio Lands pertaining lo said enllro Farm,
'' v ,..ni,u,fivii in arsi parcel auovw
described. This Tract has on It . -.
A Fine Dwelling Uouae, Ilarn, Stablest
Sheds and other necessary outbuildings in Dne order.
Persons desirous of examining tho premises may
apply to tho subscriber at the Hank.
Teriuaone-tliird on Hi j HralnfApril nest, when pea
session will be given, balance. Iu two equal anoual
paymonls with future!.
ju..j,iajj aa iu. a. UJUiiliiiUTY, Cashier.
- SAIL OF It E A I. EST ATeT'
Probnto Court, FairAeia County, Ohio.
Bi'iijamln Ginger, Guardian of Thomas, Daniel aaA
Sarah E. Ginger. Widow of Daniel Glagcr, de'eeased.
l Allllo.l 1U M.LL I.AIIN. i
BY lrtuo of aa order to me directed, out of th
Probulo Court. FairlkildCountv. Oliio. 1 .h.ll nn.
cnud to sell at public auction to the" hlghast bidder, sat
uiv piuiuiw9,saiisitf iu uurn iownsuip,insaiaeouotyfr
On iHonilfiy, Mnreh ft, 1855, . ,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'eloelt
P. M. r said day. the following real estate, tc-wltt.
A part of the North East quarter of Section No. 10,la '
Township No. n, lunK0 No. l, boundod as followed
cot eiicing at tho Komh East corner of said Quarter
Sec tion; ihunco West along llie Quarter Section linr
40 iiorches to a past: tliunco Norlh,"puraUel wilh tk
East houudary line of said Section, si perches lo a
hisi; inonco cast parallel with llio rioutli boundarf
line of saiil Quarter HOi-llon. 4ti noichea to a noat. IA.
iheEasillne of said Rocllnu; Iheace South along Ilia
Section lino. 21 parches to the place ofbegfnnliig, con
taining Six Acres and Six Perches, more or lest to
gether wilh all lUj Improvements thereon, free of
rrsi r Sale One-third in hand, one-third In on.
andona-third in two years, with interest from data.
iieaj AM I n (ftNliliK, (iuanuau.
January 18, 1833 tiiv37pf$4,3t)
Iu FniYfiuld County Common Pi
tit ion for rart.tion-
Ceo.-K UoETinnn und Daniel HofTmaa,
Ami Marlu IIolTmnn (wiiluw) Abrnm nedsei. Mar Ik
fi'Mifff, j on n i.ormatiy, t1ftn k ormuny, tror
II Mt-scl, Elizaboili HimioI, W'ilUnrn Hoirman. John.
Mt'ukH, Cli.-irlnUu Motrfc. Jacob Hoy and Kebtcea
Hoy.nntl WiUi.un llnry Brick, John Jucob Krick
n tnl Knrutt Elizttbcili Eritk, (Minorei.)
IIKabovt- immel Dnfomlontiv will talt nollf,thal
on the VCth .Inv of Jiucemlmr. A. 1. 14. tlie said.
PlitimifTstlkMl it 1'etitlon In the Court of Common Ploa
i4 (f;iirllol'l County, Ohio. wuer4 tlio utnia It now
pt'inlii!, UoniHiiUiiitf parlitiou of thu following pra
A rixrl oflhn Kouthont of Section JJo. 18, Town
ship No, I I, mul Hanffo 'o. 00. bttimiiifc at the Ronth
ai corner or I cn Arre of l4itiu oiotiKthir to i.noe
Spansler on July 2nd, 1P4", which la n part of tha
utin u Portion; thonre Houth by lands of Samuel
Kutlor nnd Jacob HcnstM thirty-two nurches to astonai.
thonco Kasthy lands of Knocli Pnanplr 4Hi parchea
toafftonc; thence North by lendj of Huph Gmtoa 35'
perch r ton stone; thunce Went by lnnda ofKnoch
Sponirlpr4Hi; pon tics to the plitce of byginntng, caa.
talntnir Ut Acre of Land more or lew.
And tha EaMhalf of tha Knnt hiilf of Recllon no.
Townh!pNo. 14. nnd Kance o. 10. In FairUeld Cobb-
ty, contjilrlnff 14P Acre?.
Tho altlPIinliffH demand the partition ofstid pre
rnl-scn, as follows: To the aaid IMtiinlltfa Grorrie Hoi
man and Paniel HofTman and to the anid l)efendaiita
Maria Hodcc. Pnrnh Corm:iny, Kltrnooih HruwI, Ka-
bjrea IJoy. WIUIhih Hoffmnn and Cliartittte Mpeki.
ch ono-ninth part, nnd to aaid Defendants Willlara
notiry hrlck, John Jacoh .r.rlck ana haniD IfiitMbatfc.
Krlch onotwpntY-iventh part enrh, aud to aaid Aoa
Marin Hoffrunn,owir in tlie whole.
At th neitt term of wild Court, Petitioner will mit
an application for an order that partition may ba ru a4 ar
ete. of snld promises. BRAPKK A SON,
j!"oy jor 'tiiianari.
DecemberC8, 124 6w34pfatS5
CLOTUiJir. . E.uroiiirj.
CitUe&s ofLucMter ft persons from tit Csmatr)
c.zow.r. II. 8JJ1TH,
.fORTn SIDE MAIN STKtBT, LANCASTER, OHIO
FIlllK attentlou of peraons wanting clothing la r"
I. spectfully culleil to tho Immense assortment or
Mens, Boys' ana Children's. He wishes it undorslooai
that Qttrtntnf of all tit rt arttonltanttll kept in '
Ublitlimifii, aud ilia I ho lias Sxed principles whlcks
govern them. The clerksnre Instructed to represent,
truthfully all articles soliL by them, und if, after tha
pnrcnase, parties are noi saustioii, me gartnesna may.
be exchange, or the money will be cueer fully, refuudr
ed. A partial lidt arrived:
frock aad Breii
sLira, slis, snawn. oi.ivt, niui aa asLsaaaT..
!iB)(la Ureasteal Uuaiisr Coat,
aivoaanias laassr, oirono xixaa, n.oTa, rt-ata
cas, pass noKsxta, au.vaa aasy, caasiMsas aaav
MOTTI.BO, BM'B, rsar'Yaiid obt Twaan. slso,
black aud lllus CLOTH blluUT tACS di FUOCalf
Blue and Hrown scltami cr.oTn rao' g OVERCOAT?.
Black, Hhie, Ilrowu iV Olive Devonshire Ka.-sey do;
Blue, Black, G-rey. Whitney and Drab dot
" Pilot Cloth, sjime Extra Long, do;.
Black. Blue and Hrown Cluth. Sunerlor. do:
DrabCubroiderod Cloth Sacs aud Walking COATSi.
Black and Rlna TLOTfl soma Extra Flees
KttAL KNOL1SH PILOT CLOTU-,
Plala Black S ATIN, Figured SILK and SATIHs
' SILK; Fancy RU.K tend SATIS,
Black CLOTH and Fancy CASKIM KHsi;
Black aod Fancy VKLVETi
Fancy Valval aud Milk BALL VESTS.
Black aad Fancy Colored DOESSI; ' -
" " ' CASSlMERIl
(t and Buckskin do;
Pevonshlru Kersey and Oxford Mixed do;
Black, Ulna and Fancy Colared HA TlNETl
FHENCU and AMEKLCAN COTTO.IADB.
SITJt, MEBlTfO, ALt, WOOL, Red.Gray and Whltsv
FIASNKI,. and COTTOS FLAN.NKI, UNDKR
KHIKTSand DKAWEHS. ALL LINEN and COT
TON SUITS, A fit guaranteed in all Instances.
HALP HUSK Oakney and Khetland -Wool. Merino..
White aim Gray ijiniba' wool, Knglish and Uerraasv
Cotton. White aud Colored.
CLOVES. Black, White and Colored Kid Glovea
Thread Milk and Neapolitan Plush do:
llrab Buck ULOVErland GAUNTLETS.
CRAVATS lllack Fancv Snlln and Silk Cravats.
STOCKS AND TIKS, of all descriptions lmpesetkU.
Buy' nnil Chlldcrn's Clothiag.
Black and colored Cloth Frocks;
" " " Hacks;
Cassl'mera and Tweed Frocks and Soekst
Black and Colored Overcoats; .
Mottled. Gray nnd Brown Whitney Ovarewato;
Black. Blue and Hrown Cloth Jackets.
VESTM Black Cloth, Black and Fancy Kllk Vestst
Two id and Colored Cassmtera - da.
PANTAI.OONB Ulaek aud Fancy Colored Cassias
and Doeskin: , , -
rtatinel, Tweed and Cnttonade;
Cliildr.u's Itlauk and Colored Clelh SnlU;
,. .. , Jackets;
u . Cnlawnys splendid.
FURNISHING G DO DS Merino Shirts, Couon and
Cotton Flannel lirawers:
Mnslln Shlrts.l.lnen Hosoms,CollarsWrialband
Cotloa and W ool Half Hose; Cassimer Glovsat
fintnentler. Handkerchiefs. Ties and
SILK,(!TrN and GINGHAM UMBHBLLAB. - ..
Laneaster, Xsuveiuueriu, ieo4.
. - REMOVAL.
Z 1 N K &T B 1 S H,
WOn.l) rospoctfully .Inform their enatomerr,
the rlllieus generally, that they havo aiaev'a
their Kstabllslimont lo the North side of Main fitreel.t
the room formerly occupied by tho fildfpi Ceat
an'jsi Sior; where thoy are prepared to furnish
Freah Bread, ltaatia, Caken & Crackara
AT ALL TIMES AND IS ALL SEASONS.. ,
We havo employed the very best workmen In f
tin of business, and will aell at wholesale and-retail .
at the tovmt prieo. .
We are determined to give general satisfaction. Alt
orders from the country for Bread, Cake. Soda, But
ter, Water and Boston Crackers, will be promptly
nil.wl rilun lis ft ritll.
Lancaster, Marcb 21, - iiniv or ninri.
N. n. ff also keen on hand a eeneral assortment of
TAMIL Y OkOCERIES, which will be rdd at tho
lowest rates. ZlNKaVBISII
HAVING purchased the alock of Groceries former
ly ownd by Mnxlinillinii Glnul,! would respect
fully ask ofthe public a liberal share of their patron
age. With many oldlgntlotia for former favors, be
stowed upon tho old firm, the now one presents many
additional attractions, and began continuance of fa
vors. VtlbblAM UIMb
Jan.JS, 1635-37. '
PERSONS knowing themselves Indebted to Ihe a
tatoof JonaTnAK BsaTnoi.onaw, dooeaaad. aro
hereby notified lo mako Immediate payment, or their
accounts will be placed In tho hands of Ihe proper of
ficer for collection. The books and ac-countsof salA
deceased can be found at the Drug Store of tha under
signed. In Baltimore, Ohio.
Jan. ia,18-37. A. L, SIMMONS, Adm.
NOTICE. - '
rpnE cwlltors of R. W. DENNING aro notified t
I present their elalinsagatnsthim to the undersign
eo for adlastmont,' aud those Indebted to him will
pleaee call and seltla, PsNfF.L MFPORT).