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STATS fAUiS 4.SDUAI LOADS.
I5V. Sf Tnur, Sacr;arr of tbo Sta't
: $srd of Agriculture) of Ohio, send the
following circular to lha Presided nnd
iHrectois of the various Rail KoaJs in tfie
6 ta. I. explain itself: """''-.
Tii Sta'V Board of Agriculture, Kare,
from year to year fixed vpon the prdini.i
n irio of each utinunl Fair, a, thuli Jaoua
The Bjir.I has now nijournc.! after a
seaoiou of four days, (Teh. 13th to . IG.li)
uu.lor ll.a firm - conviction llint rtno'.l-.er
liir caniio", be helJ. txcrpt vpon simitar
- f icili.ie lu-inir Ttanicd l v Enihcjid com-!
piaija, as heretofore enjoycl. tin eon-
ticvion is founded upon an intimate kriowl-
edsro of ibe nwiiv cjifficuliis to be over-
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come, opart irom tr.e items oi iraTt-i anu
tranapoi-uiiion, in order to ensure a full cx
hibi:ion and thereby alarge attendance.
" This conviction is rendered doubly strong,
nnd more, it is reduced lo a li;d fact, in
the minds of the several mombei tf the
Board, hy those to whom we have hereto
fore looted for the main feaiures of the cx
bttnlioH, having positively dt dined to n
" cain-become exhibitors if their usually
' heavy expenses jye.'o increased.
; ' Wo expert tbo director of Iliilrorul to
' fijiro this tmttor up, one s'rk-iiy of
' doll.ua and cents, ns we well know tecy
' cannot bo txpectoJ to look upon it in any
,' other light. If tho docwiori heretofoie
ma in is repeated a the answer to this ap
peal, then wo have only to submit, and tic
Toto our funds aud iuQucnco to the further-
-km of .bo AgrlcukuriTj interests of the
State by such o:her means ns within our
reiv h. Shouhl wo ever attempt, to hold
a fi r, ud W the rules ndoptod by tie ft.
R-Convention jit Clureland.tho exhibition
' wonll 'open bo lean, and to devoid of all
iatereJt to visitors, tliat lhe Telegraph and
. the Pre, in the hands of "pftimy a-liners"
. aa 1 "louali," would eruh os at a single
blow; and thousands, alreaJy at your sev
ertl stations, with eatolnl in hand, would
. turn their faces homeward. - The risks
from storm and epidemics are large, and
f.-om Which we can obtain no indemnity.
OnecHlami.y from c'nher of these roarccs
wjnl l render us bankrupt. We have no
. C12.000 op 314)00 to risk upon cxtcn
. aire fixtures, and Khetftl premiums, the
laltei to be earriud oflf by a mer hand
ful of competitors resi. ling iu the itutnedi
dia'x vicinity of tin Fair. .
The Eastern Iloadj enrry all stoelc and
articles for exhibition freo and a road ter
tninatin? at the point where the last State
Fair of Vermont wns held, paid 2.00 to
, wards tho expetites of preparation, and
thy report hiving made it an occasion of
largo profit. -.
Wo JiaVK applications from three several
citios nslting for (he location the present
year, and if impediments ar lemoved. wo
shall p'est to got up tho largest exhibi
tion yatiield this expedition being found
ed iu part upon the determination to npen
our premium lit9 to competition from
other S.nles. . ,
Only two KoaJs in Ohio rnndo any re
strictron as to what trains would enrrv at
hall-fare, nt the last State Exhibition, and
should your Bna'id act favorably upon
this communication we respectfully ntk
that the facilities nllordudby all the Boards,
with the two exceptions referred to, bo ex
jlendej through tho prcent year. Upon
this latter point, ph ase inform us of your
determination. Very lluspeetfully.
G. Sphah'R, Cor. Secretary.
There is much morbid curiosity to le
JiolJ tin- man, nbcut whom so much has
been said, nnd who has attracted more at
tention Ihnn any individual who has figured
before the public for fometimo. V un-
deMtnnd that there is no falling off in tho
attendance of tho fairnex, whore ynipa
thetli' hearts always th rob with conipns-
io:i for the unhappy, nnd who are the Inst
t- be I io re Hie guilt ot tiioseeoniteiimed hy
tho sterner portion of humanity. It is
sai 1 that tho condemned man is usually
cheerful, converse freely wi'h those who
visit him. seldom touchesupon tlie unLjcot
Svliioh of nil o'hors is of the most vital im
portance to his present peine of mind u fu
ture eternal welh're, but If ever iho ques
tion of his iiihocence is mooted, ho is ns
enthusiastic nnd energetic ns ever in de
nying the guilty deed.' His appetite is
good, nnd ho indnlgea, when not occupied
by the company of visitors, in reading;
and so time passes, en'-h day bringing,
nearer thai awful hour when by tho law
of his eountiy he will lay down his life ns
on ntoiK-ment for tho rnme with which ho
was found guihv. If justly, who shnll say
hut that dread Omnipotent before whose
eternal throno nil mi: at receive their final
sentence? On. Eng.
Examikatiox or Romas Catholic Ncn
keriej, d'C, in I.suu.va. In tho Indiana
6unate, on Wednesday, the bill to provido
for the public peace and private security
wasrm k third reading, (prohibiting the
organisation of secret societies to deprive
any one of uilheir religious or political
rights,) wlmna motion was made hy Mr.
IUsoar to recommit, with the following
Sec It is hereby made tho duty of the
Governor to appoint three good nnd re
poutahlo citiauus of the Stale, whose duty
it shall be, as often as onooiti three monthn,
to vUit all Nunnoi ie and secret religious
school within tho State, and set at liberty
all persons therein restrained of their liber
ty against their will, whonie under the nge
oi lourieui rears, ana all oilier ncrsoni
who rosy express desire, to' dissolve their
connection with t-uid , Nunnery or secret
religiuu orgHiiiaa'iou. rrent nnd guar
dians shull ul all times have free ingress
and egress to visit their children or ward
thatuny bo reatraiueJ iu said Nunntiies
uJ school. . .
. Any person or persons who shall hinder
r obstruct the free egress or ingress of said
visitors or parents or guardinn, to visit or
converse with any or all of the inmates of
aid Nuunciies, or secret schools, nnd set
them at liberty, as in this net provi Jed.sueh
person or persons so (Tending shall be
deemed guilty of a mNderaoanor, nnd up
on con vie lion shall be fined in nny sum not
. jess than nve liundrod collars, to which
may be added imprisonment not exceeding
Ix month.' '
' The Instrnctvou j jrr luid on th table
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yea, naysxy; aau tut Kilt paosea
SAG NICHTS. .
In this ;ly ofawruiexpo.ea" we thin
the public will bo interested in the follow
ing affair which wo find in the Bueyrus
Journal of March 1st. "Sam's," conn
eHs and secret organization, with tbeir
"rniJnilil org ."' nt Inoclnnder now.
The "sag nic.it" are introducing ome
new features m the bnsins. Wonder if
the EagU lia the official report of tLie af
fair? ; . . '
One Q.. W. Johns 'anoSiiaTof Gen.
Piercs'tond two JemocrftUlIillanJ Jackson,
s.nrfed for Richland ly Xtatl.o form a Sndi
Nicbt Surety, and rearl.ed that pbco Feb.
1C. The faklful met them, and got ' into
a regular snree. - "DrunV came," and
hn.U' - ht i:i the Mrtrelial, who nabbed G
W. Johns, whihi-others, bein? swif.er of
foot, managed to escape. Thereupon thw
worthy wrote as follows to the editor ol
the Crawford Countv Journal:
M aksi'ielo, Feb. tO. 1855.
Dear Sir: Hero I am as "uaht" s
tVflTnder. and trood deal tighter thnnany
of us" were when the Marshal undertook
to nab the whole anntr for cetting struck
with"Je7iey Lightening." Fortunately
for vou k-hows youiwere a little more mm
l ie than 1 was.jir.d nnderstcod the private
alloys with which I, being stranger, was
nnacanatnteti. -JJur 1 oo not minii you
and Hall snd Jackson displayed the right
kind ofdispusnon to jump and run, leav
mt? me alone, to dron into the nanus ot an
offlcpf without having any intimation giv
en of the proximity of the poliue. '
The success of the administration and
tho certainty of obtaining oar reward de
pendm 'cur keeping united.,-. But the
hha of forming Soh Nicbt association in
M invh'i-M is all knocked in the head for the
present, (confound thatMafcatofShneVa
Gen. Fierce will think that I urn a detilish
queer clerk, and am "doW up" his busi
nexs iu bcnutiful style by gelling into suel
n confounded scrape. Really, I cannot
help hut blame yotf fellows; but no mat
ter n,w. The Mansfield Guards are all
riijht, so the Postmaster tells me. As
soon as I get clear of this arrest I will let
ynu know, and you and Hall and Jackson
ean come ovor and assist me in orrjrnnizing.
Iu haste, yours, G. W. JOHNS.
Here was a fix; butO. Vf. Johns is a ge
nius, lie got bail, agreed to appear oetore
the Mayor changed hi mind, and' "cut
stick." Hi next letter, therefore, was
dated at ...
Ashlasd, Feb. 17, 1 655.
Here lam cleur and clean, and having
the letter which I wrote at Mansfield still
iu my pocket, I will Continue an explana
tory note in connection and remit to you.
Vou dun't catch me in Mansfield again.
The Mayer, not having time to go into nn
examination, bound me over to appear the
next (this) morning for examination.
I got some of my friends, to enter hail for
me and afterwards found out that they are
putting the temperance law in force with
out any distinction as to the Handing or eon-
nertwn of the person arretted. Seeing no
chniico for myself if 1 came to trial I "cut
stick nnd left the nail in for it. :
' I would have had some compunction a
bout doing that if they had treated ma
riht, but I had hard Work to coax my
friends to hail me and even then I had to
promise that I would say a "good word"
for them to the President, in once there
should happen any mail ngniv.-ics or other
government offices to bo filled. With the
certificates that l nail in my possession
from Pierce, and other - leadiuj; men of
Washington and of this Slate, mid of which
they had full knowledge,! think it was their
duty to step forward promptly, and assist
me; but wnen 1 round liow backward nnd
shy they were I ; determined Chat if I got
them into it 1 would lot them stick; and I
did, and am not the least sorry for it. They
can recover tlie loss tlie best way tl:ey
I will try and get (o your place soon and
form nn organization. Your county has
grent reputation with the powers tl.nt be
ut Washington and of course your nnmeas
well ns the names of some other lenders of
your county stand high on the list of the
President's favor. If we enn push the
Sag Nicht association through 'and Keep
strong enough to carry the next Presiden
tial election you may all expect to obtain a
reward fully eauivalehf to tho majority
your eounty will give;yon know the terms,
f ,000 majority will enti'le your head man
to a chnrgeship with other offices fur oth-
er leaner, a i. rostoinccaot course you
Uur name takes veil Willi the Dutch, imt
it does not go down well with tho Irish.
nut tho Irish havo no help lor themselves.
The Know Nothings aro down on the Cath
olics, nnd that fixes them. If Inm rightly
informed, the Germans are strong in Craw
ford, nnd there are but few IriMi lo con
ciliate, so that I see po diffii ultyin your
keeping everything right. I will give you
due notieo when to expect me.
Yours, Fraternally, G.W.J.
By oversight these rich letter were sent
to the Bueyrus Journal instead of the
Crr.wford County Journal. The editor of
tho former did not exactly understand
them, having neither sympathy with nick
or Sag Nicht, but -: concluded something
rich was "leakins out." Bo he published
thorn! But the day after, a . note, a pre
cious note, was received by him, thecloso
of which isas follows: , y
' AsnLAKD, Feb. IS, 1055.
Editor Bucvrcs Jocrnal Sir: It is
only necessary to say that it (the letter)
was mis-direuted, and will in all proba-
oiiuy inn in:o your nanus, as the con
tent are strictly of a private nature, I trust
that it you get this before yourcccivetJiat,
that you will return it to try add rest at
this place without opening it. '
" If, perchance, it should have Teachod
!'ou and you Rhould have opened it, I will
iu under lasting obligations to you if you
will lo cnclose mid teturti it to me, for
which service I will remit you ten dollar
as soon as I get it. Yours truly,
The Editor of the Bueyrus Journal de
terminod'to probe the matter, and ascer
tain who this G. W. John was, and what
wskhis business. So lie vuited Mansfield
and Ashland, and ascertained that ho was
at the present time a elerk in the employ of
the AdminUjtratton at-Washington, but en
gngtd just now io, the business of ' tfTgani-
s; 5a J Jxkl 3?qictitU OUt!
Goutmbu, Ohio, March 5, 1853.
T. S. SLACOBTia, Esq..
Edito, Oaxitt. Dear Sir:-On looV-
ng over the Giaette of the first instant, I
. ..... r I.
no. ice a communication sinen rairicn
Power in which there are som atate-
mentsmade in refference to the firm of Bur
dt Co' 850,000 gift Enterprise which are
most certainly not true and winch li
writer must have known U be false when
he penned them. I have had nnny busi
ness transactions with Messrs. Burnell St
Co., and havo always found them honest
and fine men. On the 12th of May hut.
attended at Wah utt's Hall in this city,
for the purpose of reporting the proceed
ings of n meeting which was advertised
to take place for the electioa of a com
mittee, by the ticket holder, to superin
tend the distribution of tho $50,000 gift
of Burnell dc Co. Thi meeting Was
numerously attended by persons througout
this State and Indiana. At the meeting.
was selected as one of tho committee or
this county, ' nnd afterwards appointed
chairman by the other member of the
committee. I havo been, thus particular
to satisfy you that 1 know something oi
the affair.", When-1 read the communica
tion of Mr. Powers, I called at the office
of Burnell & Co. to learn tho cause Of so
severe an attack upon their character. I
asked to see their books which were polite
ly opened for ray inspection, by which I
found that Mr. Patrick Powers had receiv
ed from them several tickets, part of which
were marked "returned.'' and part drew
irifts. : Fr instance ticket No. 43631, a
Watch valued at 940, No. 1741 a Daguer
reotype valued at 83, with others of lesser
value. I also saw Mr. Powers' receipt
dated 28h'of July", 1 054, for the above gifts.
Yet Mr. Power states that in the month
of Sep'ember he reeoived A letter from a
friend of his in this city, stating that the
50.000gift distribution had not taken place.
Mark ye. he Powers having two months
previously litotcn that it had, he having
given reueip s for those gifts allotted' to his
number. The same day of signing tho
receipt above named, I find by tho Books
of Burnell & Co. that Mr. Powers got fif
ty liukets in their 8300,001) Enterprise;
this proves at least that ho was perfectly
satisfied with tho distribution that had ta-
tehplare. In order to be certain as to the
signature to the receipt referred to, I ask
ed if they had any letter from Mr. Pow
ers, when one was handed to me dated 10th
of last month, (a very vulgar epistle by
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tlie way j me signature oi wmcu i com
pared with those attached to the receipt-,
and t have no hesitation in stating, that
they were written hy the same hand. I
have no interest whatever in me cose, nut
to prevent your beinj' imposed on, and as
a matter of justice to Burnell & Co. I
think you will pgree with me that whn
Mr. Powers wrote the article in your pa
per, that he stated for truth, what he well
knew to be falsz. Trusting that you
will excuse my thus trespotsinjr on your
time & patience. I am, Der-r Sir,
very iruiy lours,
JOHN GEARY, editor Capital City
Fact. 1 " "
In Connersville, (la.) circular were
issued a few weeks since announcing a
great Gift Concert, alarge number of lick-
ots were sold, but on the day fixed for
drawing, Mr.. Hunt the leader in the
enterprise, attempted to leave town, bnl
before he succeeded in getting nny con
siderab e distance from the pmce, he was
overhauled and brought back tickot hold
ers were much excited, and' it was propos
ed to lynch tho imposter, but n was
finally agreed to tako from him whatever
money he had in his possession, which was
done, nnd the amount distributed among
the parties who held tickets. Ilq was af
terwards sent to tail; from which lie was
subsequently discharged, no charges hav
ing been preferred against him.
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Tl Day I Will Case.
The Se'o o Gazette of Tuesday morning
contains a somewhat lengthy report of the
proceedings of this cato. On Recount of
the magnitude of the case and the grent
interest taken in it Ly numerous cilixen of
thiscoun'y, wo shall in our next issue copy
the Oazeitob report. ' It came to hand too
late for this week's paper.
ITNever tnke up your county paper
without paying particular nttention to the
advertisements. The business men of our
city and county "talk" to their customers
mid tho public through this medium.
Ircekdiariss in CmciEviLLB.-The Mar
hie Factory belonging to Mr. Samuel
CradlcbauKh was discovered to he on fire,
on Tuesday morning li.t, and' the bull J
incr, with most of it content destroyed.
The loss was estimated at on thousand
dollar. ' ' . ..." i
On Thursday morning the Cooper shop,
belonging to Mr. John Maiden, together
with a lot of tools and newly made work
was destroyed by fire. Loss twelve hnn
dred dollars. Both theso fires were , tho
work of incendiaries. '. -.
StRAcrsic, March 6th. The locomotive
of tho expres train from the West, explo
ded, yesterday morning, near Lyons.
Air. Day, the engineer, was instantly killed,
nnd a fireman nameu Auamsom pauiy
scalded. Tho passenger escaped unin
jured. " V". ''. '
New York. March 5th. Mayor Wood
has writen a letter to the New York Leg
islature, in referenda to a Polioo bill
now before that body, giving notice that
he will resign it the bill passes. , . (-
Dbtroit, March 5th Ledynrd, demo
crat, wa elected Maj or to-duy, by about
five hundred mnjorityi ;
Nxw York, March 5lh One hundred
runs were fired on the common to-day, in
commemoration of the inauguration of
President Pierce.. ; , . ,
Nbw Ubditord, Mass., March 5th
Geo. Howland, the K. N. candidate for
Mayor, was elected to-day by largo ma
' Pittsbcro, March oth The 'river is
fulling, with three feet three inehe water
in the ehannel. weather warm and damp,
With strong indications ot rain.
. Washington, March 5th. The Presi
dent ha aigned the Bounty Land Bill.
' It i believed the President will decline
to tend to Congress tjb pnpet ' respecting
New Hampshire Elccilot.
One of th most important election
that ever took piece in New Hampshire
will come ofT on Tuesday, the TSth int.
The are a Governor, legislature' and
member of Congress to be chosen and the
Legislature will have to- elect two United
States Senator, in place of Athertom and
Norri, who died in office. '
There are four candidates in tho field
for Governor. a follows: Bsker, Demo
cratic; Bell. Whig; Fowler, Free-soil; and
Metcnlf. K. N. Baker i the ; present in
cumbent of the office, i personally pop
ular, and will make a good run. The
Constitution or New Hampshire requires
candidate for Governor to have a majority
of all the vote cast to bo declared elected.
Tho probability is. therefore, that there
will be no choice of Governor by the peo
ple, and that the election will be made by
tho Legislature; in which event, it issnid
that Metoalf, the- American candidate for
Governor, will be made by the Legislature;
in which event, it is said that Metcolf, the
American candidate for Govornor, will be
chosen, and John P. Hale, and Jame
Bell, will be'elected to the TJuitcd States
From Caui-oema. The steamer Daniel
Wtbeter, from Brh Juan, arrived at New
Orleans on the 28ih Feb. with California
dates to the 9th Feb. .The news is not im
portont. The 44h bellot in the Legisla
ture for Senator had boen reached without
any choice." The mining interests contin
ue to suffer for want of rain. , Thoro was a
better feeling in the market, particularly
for provisions. The Isthmus is reported
healthy. The Revolution in Central A
merica is progressing, and bid fair to bo
entirely successful. It is not stated wheth
er tlie new government will be an improve
ment on the old one. 8253,000 in gold
from their San Erancisco house, was cnt
to Page and Bacon, of St. Louis.
Massachusetts. All but one of the
seven proposed amendment of the Con -.itution.
initiated last winter, have re
ceived the confirmationof the present Leg
islature, and need now, for completion,
only the approval of the peoplo upon a di
rect yea and nay vote on each distinct
proposition. The one defeated established
the District system of representation in the
Legislature, and was the most important of
all, save perhaps, that of establishing the
plurality rule of elections.
Ciiain Ganq. The citizens of Pitts
burgh arc petitioning the Legislaturo for
the privilege of establishing achnin gang.
They want their vagrants to work, instead
of being kpt nnd fed at their expense.
This is a, very sensible idea, and should
be seriously entertained by every city in
tho Union. This thing of keeping a sot
of out-laws and ruffians at the public ex
pense is douidedly n "bad business."
ENTEnraizwo. Our neighbors of the
Scioto Gazette have changed their Daily
issuo lo h morning paper. Thus they have
increased the labor and expense of their
establishment nearly one-third. We trust
the good peoplo of the Ancient Metropolis
will properly , appreciate tho efforts of
Messrs. Baser & Miller to give them a
readable paper. : .
Brnop IIamliss. Tho Rev. Bishop
Hamline ha resigned the preaching of the
Gospel, and now devotes his whole lime to
the practice of it. Ha has donated 825.-
000 to tho establishment of n University, at
Rod Wine, Minnesota, to be called the
Hamline University. . ..
Thomas M. Gaily, one of tho most elo
quent advocates of temperance in the wes
died on bonrd the steamer Antolope, at
Fort Adams, Miss, n few -days ago. Mr.
Gaily wasanalivo of Wheeling, and a
member of the Virginia Legislature at tho
time of hi death.
Highway robbcrios and murders have
become alarmingly frequent. On Wednes
day evening Mr. Brighnm Laudon was
knocked down near Dayton, severely beat
en, and left for dead in tho road. , His as
sailants robbed him of 6300 in gold, be
side? some paper money, while he was in
sensible. A terrible accident occurred recently at
Martinsville, Indiana. In raising the cu
pola on a new Baptist Church, the scaffold
ing gave way, and the timbers, roof and
joists were carried to the cellar, hurrying
under the ruins twelve of the workmen.
Eight of the twelve were eoriously injured
four fatally. . ' , .' ,.
No license have been granted lo ell ar
dent spirit in tho town of . Colden, Erie
county, N. Y., for the last seventeen years-
As a consequence there is not a pauper in
the town. ' - ' " " '''
Mormoxisu. The name of a Mormon
preacher was ndded to the list of officii
ting elnrgymen who; acted as chaplains for
the California LogiBlature.hecause ho offer
od to pray for that honorable body without
money and without price.
star Our friend, E S. Colhokk, of the
Perry County American has turned poet,
"The Wife' Appeal" i a truthful por
traiture of woman' love. , " '
Hon. HiNRt. PiKHFONT Edwards, one
of the Judges of the Supreme Court of
New York, died on the S7th of February
It is rumored ot New York, that a fight
will soon take place botwecn Morrissey
and Hyre for 82500. .
Tho Know Nothiug have carried the
corporation election in Georgetown, Vir
ginia, by alarge majority, j
The Massiilon Honse, at Massillon, was
destroyed by fire on Tuesday last. ' Loss
$4,000. Fully insured.
Marcia Murro has been appointed mill tary
governor of Cuba. ; Ut , i feared by th
native. .: . ii .-i -
C IT & Z. D. U. Change ofTIme.
It will be noticed by referingto our ad
ertUing columns that the above road ha
changed it running time. Wo statedlost
week that a contract had been mado for a
sufficient amount of iron to secure its com
pletion to Zanesville. This is truly glad
tidings. WetruHt the second mortgage
bonds of the company now offered for
sal will meet with ready purchasers.
They are most undoubtedly a safe invest
ment, as they are secured by mortgage on
the whole road, draw seven per ceni in
terest, payable semi-annually, and aro to
be tedeemed in ten year.
Tho Lancaster Harmonic Society intend
giving a musical Exhibition of their Brass,
Orchestra and Cotillion Band on Tuesday
evening, March 13ih, inst., in the Court
In this city on Thursday the 22"d tilt.
Mrs. SALLY, wife of Mr. Robert Reed.
: The subject of this brief notice ha for
many year been "a member of the Presby
terian church of this place; but her in
structions for many : months back, have
boen givon by the teachings of Ood's Prov
idence in the solitary chamber of affliction.
In the fall of 1849 sho was visited by a
stroke of paralysis, and has never since en
joyed camfurtable health. - To one oi her
- -. . ... ... .
active and enerrolic disposition, and ur
rounded by the care of a large family.this
dispensation was peculiarly trying; and it
is not strange that she was often cast down.
Yet she knew whence strength came; and
oudcavorcd to be submissive and unrepin
ing in the darkest honrs. Knowing that
her call mbbt come nt nny hour, she often
east her thought forward to the period of
her sudden departure; and wished for the
sustaining arm of the Great Shepherd to
support her in tho dark valley. '
' - Her death was preeoded by . anotjier
stroke of paialvMs, and she was for several
days insensible to the attention of friends
around her. uut we mourn tor her, not as
those who have no hopev . " '
"A little while a littlo while,
And the dark grave shall yield it trust.
Yea render every atom up :
Of human dust. .
What matters then, what matters then,
Who earliest lays him down to rest?
Nay "to depart and bo with Christ,''
- As surely Loit." - , '
TTTNEURALWIA Tills Inrmldublodlnvaae, which
leunn to barrio tliu skill nt physicians, yields like nut-
glotoCnrter's Kpanlsh Mixture,
nir, r iioviwu, loriurriy ui ma Avi'sr nmii?, npv
York, and i:it proprietor, of the Exchange Hotel,
Klchmoml, Virginia, U one nr Iho hundreds who hnva
been cured ot ti'vere Nuuralgla, by Carter's Spanish
Since his cure, he has recommended It to numbers
of otiiors, who were suffering with nearly every form
of illsoase. with the most wonderful succeu.
He says it Is the iiKMtextranrdlnary medicine he has
evemucn uscd.aml the biist blond purifier knowu.
m See advertisement In another column -
I fair hand, and is well acQiialntod with the ritv,
nieisfti:ger. A ii-lv Immedlatelx al theWAIiETKL
EGKAI'll OFfltEst RINK HAD it DOTY'S.
liuucastcr, March 8, ItU 4 -
TAMnt all lim-s prepared In fiirnli-h LOOKING
GLASSES Iu Miiliogny. Wnlunt or Hosiwood
Frames. LooViiig GIum 1'lute.v PU'turen Frames, An.
Alsn.ni'l Pram. Glas-s of nil slrjs and styles,
Purtrnit Fruinet. Picture.' Frames, and a goncral as
aorlmenl of Plrtnrea am! flit i'liiulingi. at whnl !Salo
aud retail. M the lowest prices. J.C. GKST.
Nn. n West Fount! trj3l, Cincinnati, Ohio.
' March , lfi53 44
Hi-tutn oniiinry ITitr.
IheSdwav of March, A. D. 1B55. the Court of
Prohetnnf the Cminly nt F..I rfk-ld and Stalo of
declared the KMato or IIiikxv Hiti 10 up proba
bly Ininlveut. CrjKurs ar) llnrjf.ire required to
prsent their cbilim a-nunst the KUhte to Uie undflr
s:gneif fir alio wane 1 With in sit ui'inthsfrutn the tlmo
ali-ivo in ulioujd, or th y will nut bo entitled to pay
fuout. Signed DANIEL HWAKTZ.
AdmlnUtrntor of artld dflcuaid. .
' Srmrnco-tn & SbuTi A'.t irnjys- MrchS 5w44
. , fihcriiP "ale.
George Hoffman nnd Daniel Hoffman.'
Ann Maria lioOTmnn et all.
BY virtue of a writ of sale to me dlmrted from the
Con rlorCoinmoii Pleas for F:,lrlleldCouiity.Ohlo,
1 will offer and excuse In sjI.i on SafurJsv, Aer.l 14,
WiS, between the hours of III o'clock A. M. and 4
o'clock P. M.. to tho high?albiddr, the following de-
ribed Ileal KuMite. to-wit: The East half of the East
halfofSoclion Ko. 4, Towuthlp No 14, Range No. 19,
iu aula County, eimlamg Htt acres. J ho same being
the farm abulj miles from Lsiicaitsr. on the Koval-
tun Road, lately occupied by Jacob llnll'maii.decaaaeil.
SI 0o t7 of the rmrclmeo ninnay auniect 10 Inlurestat
I per eent. wilt be let? lit 1113 lianas or tlie purchaser
luring the life-lime or Ami Maria Iloffinnn, and at
her death sal sum will bo paynble to the heirs of
the said Jacob, The buluncs of the purchase money
will bereouirud as rullowst one-third on the day of
siileaudthe balance iu two equal annual payments
with interest, tuimeoinie possession win negivouto
the purchaser. . - WILLIAM POTTER, Sheriff.
March B, lt5 SWMpijj , -
, : Sheriffs Mules .: ,
Patrick E. ltoach, ) -
' vs. In Attachment.
Andrew De Graff. V -
Y virtue of a writ of silo to me directed In tills
case hy the Court of Common Pleas for Fntrneld
I U limp, uuiu, w ,i. u.ri nut, D.-ns ... mm.v v. pv...
vendue aud out-cry at the door of the Court House in
said County, on Afsa'fov. March Irf, lt).M, between the
houraof It) o'clook A. M.nnd 4 o'clock P. M., of said
day, Iho following properly, lo-wlt: 03 perch of Stone
..... ..!... I .11 ..r....iln.iUu.li...l.l,.U,l.lU
luoreoriftsi;j7a.'l liouiue vtagnn tiarnesi; 1 t:ar Har
ness; 4 Collars; 4 Log Clulm, 1 Double sol of Plough
Harness and Urlille 4 Blind Bridies: 70 Pirku 13
Grub Hna A Neck Yokes and 4 Boxes. Aturhed as
the proiioTly of Andrew De uraff to sntlsfy a JiUginsul
luaUachiusutiu.thd fuvneof Patrlch K. Roach.
ivnroi rutricn r,.itoacn.
WILLIAM PUT 1 Eli, Ehorlfr.
March 8, IMS Jw44pf'J
Jacob SfcGowea In Partition Falrflold
John MoGowen, etals.) Common Picas.
Y virtue ofanonlarofsale to me dlroeted from
the Court ofConiinuti Pleas for ralrneld county.
Iho. I will oiTer and e uiono to aale by public vendue
end out-cry, nt tho door uf the Court House, in said
county. 011 SoturJip tki Wk rfey Jtpril, nMt, be
tween tne Hours 01 ten o'ciock a. at., ana o ciock r,
.M.. or said duv.tbe follnwluc doserlbod Lands and
tenements to-wlt: In Lot No, 72 in the town of East
Hiiehvlllr Iu said county.
Terms ofsulo.one third In hand, one third In on
vearaed the remaining one-third in two years with
Interest on deferred payments rrotu the nny or sale.
Appraised nt SAOO. - , . W.U. PUTTKR, bhoriir.
March 8, lf'43 44. ' .
1.1 . ;
TY virtue of an order of inle
13 the Cnurt of Common Pleas
Ohio, 1 will offer aud expose to 1
to mo dlreoted from
en for Fairdeld countv.
xnoso to sale by public runuuo
and out-cry. at the door of tho Court House, In said
couuiy.on anraraay rar ittm aj .r sip,, xrsi, usiwrvn
the hours 01 10 o'clock A. M. nun 4 o'clock r. at., or
suld day ,Uie following described Lands and tenements
ln-witi 1'urtnf tlia South West qnnrlor ofKoction No.
Sri In township No. sixteen of range No 47,eontuiulng
seveniy-two acres free 01 any. auu an iiicuuiuerances
Terms of sale, ono-thlrd In hind one-third In one
yearand the roinninlng one-third in two year with
interest 00 deferred payments from day of kale.
Appraiseu at via per acre.
Murch 8, l!J-tS. WM. POTTER, Sheriff.
-- PRI1LIC SALE.'
milFRE will be told at nnbllc sal at Iheresldene
M. of the subscriber oo tba Thomas Sturgeon Farm.
S miles Southwest of Lancaster, o the old Chillicuth
Koad, on l liarsday, morcU ti, 18AA, Iho
following property, to-wlli 3 head good farm Uersest
Sor 3 head of Colls one aud two year olds
thead of MILCH COW, some of which will Ofl
Have Calves: 1 good grsde Bull twoveara old:
0 head of Ycong CATTLE; 6 good breeding SOWB;
iiwa riDUh; 3inraa orsHBBrnnn Mai
30 Acrea WHEAT in the Ground) Culllvatoisi
' 1 good Cart and Cart Gears! 1 large Harrow;
Stwo-borse Plouaha. 4 Shuvel Plourha: ': '
r Grain Cradlea. Srtlhea: Manure and tiny Fork.
and auoh other articles as are generally usedin farm
Ing.oontlatlng of Mallacka, Hoss, Log Chains, Meat
Tubs, Barrels, Are., die. . .
Also, Iron Kettlee. Stove and ether things neces
sary for Honse-aeeptag. . - ' -
Also, someaiiarrvlnr Tools, large filodro. Crowbar.
Picks and Wedges; SAor30 Beg of good quality ,Grind
Stone, one larra Sled and Donbl-tre,
Baleeommone at 1 o'alock A. M. of Ml day.' 61
months credit will bsgtvoa 00 an Mm over (3, pur-
haaer giving not wit approves sccuniy.
Msril.UU-M- . ' lLOR lOOltBK..
IS GIFTS FOIl THE .PEOPLE!
A17IT0L CITY AM-TJDTOK,
COUJM BUS, OHIO.
BCRNEM. & CO'H. SECOND OKSAT SIFT DIS
TKIbUllO.N. Tk priirl'lornWIfTMitplMU
ur la aiiiMHltiriiiK lo h cilllewi ol lUo Uulult, PumI in
eoiiwqutMir of tl (runt riliif-cHon uinnifsMod by
ih.i ii.-ki-h.IJ of w'ltlr Sntcrcht oi,inimiiu. anj
the many UiouMitd ohciUliiMit rroui all arta-uf Hio
coui.tr, Iu rotation to whollii-r lliaj lutaixl s10ik
hi. anoiliar Dlatribulluu of GifU for tb nuoulc, thuy
kaxr.aflorua Iiuihkiim utluy, boon onublod fit otfur
totaair thouaaodaof putrwua tbo followlnf: Talua-
blis, mairtitheaiit. auu uapraeuuoniau
to b dMrUMiled aoou o Ilia Suu.Uoe
Bi-'auurul Enfcravlunia OariTol. of Onto aradia
:rtbulad'amoiF their Fairuun Tba prlea of llio Kn
(Crarlnf labul Una Hollar, aiM aja parlor oruamsuttt
ranaot bo iiirpaaaoiL . '
. KkbJ auvuil'oljr Hi following list of bf antlful and
caul; GlfU, arlilth wilt bo aatraUetoxily dlitrrbutoil by
acoutnluoo ofteaaloriod one from aacli Ktatu wboro
tbo largeat nuiubrof aubaeribor ro obtained: k
I yAKaiNTHESTAHKOPlNDlAKA 10,C00
-.1 da IN OHIO . ; . tiJJOO
1 1 da do " ' ,U(jO
1 Foar-story Brick DoltlDf snd Lot, In Co-
louibua, Obio tMO
I do do do ' do ,awi
1 Beantlrul rctWonco In tlia towuof Moant
I Two-Suir Brick Balldlnr In ChllllcoUia S.icO
1 Brltk Coltaga aud Lot iu Culumbua S.liUO
1 do do do s.iiee
1 Framo do do - do SCO
1 Hanriaoma Coon try Ratiiloncc In Be;o, -
l'err-county. Oblo lCO
4 8iU-uilld building lot In Columbus, at
10 da do do 1,300 1S.W0
a - 'do' ' do ' ClOTelanil ,lieo
1 Grand Action Piano (Chickerliig'a) .' liMO
1 Gold Watrb. aot wiUi Oiumouda l.iiU)
S Gold Watchj,at $jtf caeb . S,5(i0
111 Koaowood l'iai o. at 5i 0 . ; ,U4I
10 do do nt 4( - ' " ,u(X
IU do do at 300 3,1X1)
50 Gold Watchea, at 140 .v., .. " - 'AO
" 1U0 do at HO ' lll.Ot.fl
1110 do ' at , 7S . ; : , . 7(4)
100 ' do at 40 ' ... - 4,(poo
300 Silver ' de'-M- SO -. ' ' C.ot
5J do do al 15 .. 300
- 10U0 Ladiea' Gold Brxual Pina, at 94 ' 4,tieo
00 , do Uroctaa rihaa-U, at S5 " u' &.000
5(iO . do Silk DniM Patterns, at S2 . IU,oou
.1000 Gold Pencils, at 3 ' 1S.000
lotKO Gold Pena. with Silver Cases, at S . 9U.0IKI
SeooO Gold Riugs,atl.50eacb . 30,000
124 do at .00 each - . ' 1S.0M
Every purchaser of tho splendid large Lithographic
EiigrravliiK. will receive aCertlHcate of Meinberhlp
entlttinir Ibem to a ciianre In the ubove lil of valua
ble and costly Gifts for tbo People. The Knirraviiigj
can be sent by mall (wltiioul oeliig aamaguil,) to any
JOFlrnt Come First Serred.Qf
Persona wlshlnf to art n Agents for us will pleasa
send a recominoudnlion signed by the Postmaster or
some other iuilueutlal and well kuown person lu Ihs
ptuce where they reside. -
To Uiose iorsons who have been acting m Agentafor
us in our foriuur Distribution, this Is not renuireil. .
All orders with Uie money eucloscd.frea of postage,-!
wititneet wtui prompt niiouiion.
II rlnorder to prteent M!ts.Vt,.?iir nd ttkttri
tranimittins mens 'sks will pleatt Saar it ttuted ra
ihtfrtnmc of tht Pittmatttr, aaa A amount mter
td o aria way ei.
We prxpav all our letters, circulars; ice., to nnr
agontsandoorrvspoudeuts, mid expect tboui to dotlia
same with us.
ir7AKents wanted In every town, whom we will
fnriiiau with posters, circulars, schedules, instructions,
dte., on apTilicutinnat our office, orhv nmll not naid.
For further particulars sue descriptive billH, Ac, or
enquire at ollli'u, No, S. Wiilcutt llloek,Town Ntruct,
flURNKLI.c CO., Proprietors
JO II. N II. SlIJifFBH, Agent for Laueaster.
Murch 8, 18o5 41
.-."V KEGIILAll MEETINGS: . ,
LANCASTER LODGE, So. 87 February S7, 1?55.
' CHAPTEK, No. 11 March Int., . '
" KNCAMPMKNT.No.S. " th., - "
" COUN'CIIKo.4. " liith.
Februarv S2, lfc45. O. STEINMAS, Keeorder.
twn 1 ,-xmiBSES DK BEKTItOLTS have re
i-Visi if 1. turned to Lancaiter.nud will be hap
ff f I Ilpy to recelvejiupilsforinatruction on the
PIANO FOIli'K and GUITAH, nt their residence nt
Mr. ViitU'; Coi 5rsl.aml hope their long ex
perience iu teaching music, aud the unremitting atten
tion paid lo the Improvement of their Pupils will Insure
a portion of public patronage.
MISS A. C. DE HEIU'liol.t will receive a ctuss for
Embroidery nnd Canvass work.
AllSBM. G. DK BliKTIIUlr hMlonsnn.I an Els
mentnry School In tlia Basemtnt Story of the Episco
pal uuurrii. novemuer v, if js
NOTICE. . "
A VINO pnrchnsod the stork of Groceries former
ly owned bv Maxiiiilllltin Glnni.I would resnuct-
fiilly ak of the public a liberal share uf theirpalron
uge. With many obligations for former favors, he
flowed upon the old firm. the new one present intir.y
adcMtlotiul attractions, aud begs a' coiitinunnce or fa
vors. , . vv 11,1,1 am uuni.
Jan. 18, ie5S-37. '
A T my tnniinre an attaciimenl was Issued on the
12th. of Feliruary 1KM, hy Jacob Embich. a Jux-
ticjortlie Peace, of IlookUg towunliip, Falrllold
coili.ly, Ohio, ngalusl the properly and cllcrla. orHor
uce Upton, a non-resident of said County, for the slim
of nineteen dollarsnnd ninety four cents, ami prob
able costs fire dollar. ' HUNTER 6c SON.
. Feb. i, leJS Iw41. . r - -
Notice is herclif given,
fflllAT on the loth day f January, A,' I). 1PS1, the
I. uiidursignod II kit klieir Petition In the Clerk's
O til co of the I'onrt or Common Pleas of Fnlrfleld coun
ty, praying the vacation of tlioso parts of lh 13th Al
ley lying btoeeu the Lot Nn. IHO and 137, and Lois
Nos. US and 93 In tho Town of Lockvlilo, and thnl part
of North Alley In said Town, running from the 19th
Alley In I Southeastnrii direction to tho Townrhip
line. Said Petition will come on to he heard nn the
Itrstdnyof the next Term or said Court, or as soon
thorcafteras counsel can bo heard.
MiariHik rVtit.strn. AU'a. - A. . MITKOFP. '
January 11, loaS3o ... .'. .
. RL.IL ESTATE FOR SALE.
T WILL expose to suit, ea HainrWut thr tith tut t
I Mank,lry, by publie vonduo at the Court House
door In the city of Lancaster, Ohio, the following Real
Kstalo; lifty.Se sen Acrea and 4l lerclte
of Land, P00II1 part of the Soutliwoit Quarter of Sec
tion No. SI, Township No. 13, Bniige No. 18, Falrllold
Ou'l-Lol. IV . in. Worfli of f.nnrnater.
cnntnlnlng 7 rVltn Acres, to bo sold entire or iu ps roots
to suit purchasers. -
l.ot No. Ill, in (be Town eMcw aalrm,
In said comity, on which Is situate a small Log House.
lot No. it, in lhefowu of Plousanu
fill, In said comity, on which Is situate a Frame
Dwelling House. . - - .
7'erats efsn.'e One-ililrd In linnd, one-third In one.
and one-lhird In two years with hitorest. ' ' . -
Any or the above property may nepiircnasen atnrt-
vntn sale nn terms aaabove. JO 111! K. MUMAUGII,
Fob.8, ies 40 f : Aaslgaee of CM. Beery.
A VALUABLE FAIIM FOK RALE. .
ff Acres of Aral rate np Ijtnd and bottom mcn
11 1 dew, alarge Improvement, apple and peach
orchard nf the best grafted frult.many ologant springs,
a howed Ing barn and house, a large quantity ofliewing
timber and enw-lnge. The land to oe aoia in lots or
together, situated nit aa-ood mad,8U miles from Lan-
eater.and one mile from Prnll'sSnw Mill.
For terms apply to - CHAKlJSrt UIUHI.K, -Madlsou
Township, Falrfleld county, Ohio, nr to '
.ALFRED MeVEIOIl, j'
Land Agont, Lancaator, Ohio.
BepUmbcr 7, ie54 lHtf ' ' '
John Ashhatigh, Plaintiff, ) .
uniinst . in Attsrnment
iiinsi , 1 11
Andrew Do GrafT. Defendant, ) . . . . ..
fflHB Defendant will take notice that at my instance
. on December H- W't, an order or attachment waa
issued l G. Sleluman. Esq.. against him for the sura
of 1 16 19-100 JOHN. ASHBAUGH,
February 8, 185S3W40' ; '
11 K undersigned having pnrctiased lh Grist
and Flouring Mill neretorore ownen by iron.
. RaviioIJ.- ilAntuund. would hftrehv infnrin
the public that it Is his purpose to make this Mill what
II should be, a Grist mill for the accommodation of the
neighborhood In which it Is looted. And having aa-
cured the sorrlces of an experienced Mlllor, lspreiar-
od, us ho believes, to ao work etciiaia to pieuso
ami therefore solicits patronage. '
may vw, icis, . ' ' ' . ' v ;
Tiff SlIOPeVVOsJ!MDU WAKE-noWITI
WTAVIRG established hlmaelf In the mantrhrtnring
I I of TIN, COPPER and SHEET-IRON WAHK iu
Gicsv's HafWiafjeas Dttr IVitmflk fsetjag ValUl
Bank, is prepared to furnish tho people of this tourrty
with every thing that may bo needed in bis line. He
k...... h.d uvnrr v.rtntv nt t'.OOKlXft and H HAT
ING STOVES for WOOD and COAL, eoualslingin pari
or tne Lion Air ngni, wesiom sueon.
Triumph. Biurk, Presidents and Preference for Wood
and Black Diamond for Coal. Also Ploughs, Plough
Shares, Sugar Ketllea at HoBosr-ware. All of lh above
artieloa will 10 aotu as low as ean on oouguieisewnerw.
H invito ciliaon generally to call and examine his
stock. JAMES McJVtANAMT.
N-B. Hnnse-spounnr Si Jobbing done nponsaori no
tice. Old Copper. Brass, Pewtarand Iron taken in ex-
change for ny or lh alios ruel.- J.Jae. '
Lancaster, may 1, too .
. !:V ., a, DOIOVAIs.'
. Dll. O. E. DAVIS, " " :
HAS removed his residence nd' office to in brick
building formerly occupied by John Klallsmllh,
F.sq.,aonlh side of Main Street, 3 doors west of Dr,
Kroner's residence. V ' Octotmr 1. 1854 S3
FWXjUrt nnderslgned will open about the" FIRST of
m ahum, on main ntroet, lAncaater, a enmpiere
Kloek of damaiwart, Ulaaairars stn4
Hrllanl Ware, with a.vlew of doing a whole
sale and retail business. POAN oj STEWART.'
, Lancaster, February 29, 18it3 .' : .
Kitate of Janaea a. Alfora
1-TOTICE it hereby given that th sehserlber ha
been appointed and nuallncd aa administrator oo
the Estate of Jaaaes A. Alfordlate of Fatrlel eqonty.
. F.HlUa Adm'Uv.,
. Jaassury a. ISM 4wt
THB OuallSrd Voters of the 01 IV of LeweasUr, iM
moot on Monday lbs gad day ( April
numt, at the following plaeaswiUila their roapttllvo
Iu Ward So. I, at Uio Office of J. EnMcs, Dee char
In Ward "o. t.et Clork-a Office.ln PntilieBaildlnga
lu Ward No. 3, at the UaaottaOrltco.Post OHtcefroni
In W'urd No. 4, at tho City Hall, to elect the follow.,
the Officers, to-w it:
I mayor. nr the term ortwo years;
I City Soliclliir, fur Uie torin ortwo years.
1 City Treasurer, for tho torus of one year.
1 City Marshal, for tlte term of una year.
1 City Trustee fnr each Want, for the term (years.-
1 Trustee Tor Water Work st tor the terra oDysara.-
I b'cuool Directors, for the form of three yea re.
JOHN GAKAGUTY. Mayor.
Lancaster. Ohio, March 1, Ui4. 43
mnilRF. win be sold at pablle sale at the residence
1. of the Subscriber in tho village nr Hltlmor..Kalr
fluid count) , Ohio, oh Frtdti tkfKth tfJHmrd ntr
ivuvwiiin prupt-ny invni , wo aati or Horses
jVrt4 COW and Calf; IU head of HOGS; '
Hives of Bee 3 Stoves: 1 una. J
orso VVagou;alut of tlouse-Jolnera' Tool: work--
hchea.4ke., e. Also a variety of Household and
Kitchen ramituretoo numermia rrvrnftillfrn. I wllll
alvoll al the same lime and place a LAKGKSTOChV
of NEWI.Y MADK CABIN Kt-W A KE, ronslstlrg of
16 IIUREAU8, 13 palrofBEDSTBADS, CUPBOARD
TABLES nnd STANDS.
Terms will be made known on day of sale. Bale as
commence alio o'clock A. M. of said dav.
robruury3, 1855 43 OX G0S8.
. PUBLIC SALE.
HE subscriber will act! at hla KaUrflra Ave mllee
north or Lancaster, better known aa the Poorniaa
on the coluntbua Koad, Oreenlleld Township,
On lUendajr the 2;tli day; f ITIarch, f 853
The following described property, to-wlu,
S Hoad of Horses, limine them one Troltli.a Mar
10 yanraold and her I Coll., all aired by Durvch, the
nare at present in wiui loal oy uiay I rustro;
4 Cows, one of them fresh eillk, all Durhamm
A vafluty of Farming I'teusila, siirh as Plough',,
Harrows, etc.; 25(K)lbs. oaaarls-d 11 COIN ;
Ono Buggy, nearly new; Hnggy or Wa?ou Harness;
10 Barrels Gll.F.U VINKGAK.a Sratrau article; .
,1 Cooking Stove and 3 Parlor Stoves;
Avurictyof Hoosehold and Kitchen Furniture,
Tuba, Barrels and a variety of other articles.
Six mouths credit will be given on nil sums ever (3,
tlie purchaser giving 11910 with approved aecuritv. all
uudur 3 cash. : - ,v LOUIS VON KOlih.N.
March 1, ie5i 3w43
Jacob Wcavor, Peter Weaver, Adam Weaver, Danleli
Weaver, Snloman Weaver, Anus Weaver. Emily
Weaver, minor, Sumuel P. Weaver, David Wcavor,
. . Guorge Goes and Polly, his wire, George Pultx ana
Catharine litswife.Sylvester 8. Sheperd and Chrlsti'
na hla wife, George Pops and Francis his wife, Jo
sufih C. Terflingur and Sarah his wire, Benjamin 8.
Fee man and Margarot hla wire, Samuel Cly and
Elizabeth his wife, Henry Miera aud Maria M. hls
- wife ami Mary Weaver, widow,
ST ril.l. Uks notice thuton thoMnd dny of January,.
Wf 1H55, John Weaver and Leonard Weaver led:
a Petition agulnil thorn In the ndlca of the Clerk of tho
Court of Common Pleas of Fill rfl old County, Ohio,
praying partition of the Bust hair of Section No. if
Town ill Ip No. 15, aud Kange No. lrl. in Fairfield eoun
ty, excopt 44 acres off tlie South end thereof belonging
to Solomon Sjiangler, containing 'Xi acrea. ..And that
ut Iho next Term of said Court, application will bo
made by said Petitioners for an order that partitiow
may be mado ofstiid premises.
BKASEE ii SO.N. Atl'ys for Peiltionera.
January 55, lttt 3d . ' ... .
" T v LAX "l'i)R SALE.,
fTV'E undorslgnod olfers for sale Eighty Acrra
I of Land) located In nocking Township, 3
niiles West of Lancaster, on ths Turnpike,- described
as follows: it being the West half or tho Southwest
Quarter of Section No. 16, Township No. 14. in Bang
lviiio. in. improvement consist or inui
H:H: uwMiiiae HUUSESand STAHLE.good
SPKING handy to tho Dwelling, a GOOD.
YOUNG ORCHARD of grafted Fruit. Fiftv Acres
cleared undureultivatton. Whole Eighty Acrea un
der good fniice, the other Thirty Acres well Urn bo red,
a nice Sugar Orchsrd. two. never-falling streams of
wnter pacing through the farnt. Theprico of the above
land it a.0 per acre, two thousand dollars In hand,tb
balance in twnannunl payments with interest. "
. ,ui.,i,:r wi .ivuiars Hjmiy 10 "e Biiovcnnpr ininp
on thu Dromises.
I AM M. TAYLOR,
February 1, l5 3J
- CLOT1UMCS EMI'OKIUM. -Citizen
of Lancaster A persons from th Country
" cjroitGi; 11. s.niTn,
NORTH SIDE MAIX STREET, LANCASTER, OHIO
flHE attention of persona wanting slothing is re
I. apectrully called lo tho lininense aisortmoi.t of
Mans, Boys' and Children's. He wishes It understood
that Uarmtnlt tf ail u art csastaafa knt ta ktttf
tubliiSmcHt, and that he hus Used Drinclnlo which
giivern th?n. The clerks ura Inilrui lod to represent
o reproaekt. I
If, alter th
trutuiuny an articius sold by mem, and tr,
purchase, parties are not satlatled, the garni
In exchange, or the money will be cheerfully
eu. a iMtriiai list arriveu:
Frot'ac aad Dreas Coats
Ducr, 11.E1, iiRowa. otivi. ci.isiT sse moijuhbt.
HIbIo Ilreastcd Iluslnea t'out.
ocroxsiiiR Kcxsiv, oxroao Mtxsn, clotu, ri.sn,
cabs, drsb DnKsxiH, s,t.VBa na&v, cassiMaa a9 .
aoTTLKD, ai.ca, rsnrr and rrasv Twain, slsn.
muck aud blue tLUin Biiutu bACS a Ficuc&r.
lllno and Brown ri'tTsim.xoTn run- it OVERCOATF;
lllnck. Blue, Brown, ii Olive Devoiishlr Kersey do;
Blue, Black, Grey. Whitney and Drab do;
" runt uiotn. some extra i.ong, n ig
Black, Blue and Brown Cloth, Sufierlor, - do;
Drab Knibroidornd Cloth Sac and Walking COATS.
i-.-a..'.- Cloaks. -'''' :
niaekand rilno CLOTH some Extra Fin.
. HEAL ENGLISH PILOT CLOTH;
'. "' : " ' Venting. , "
Plain Black SATIN, Figured RILIC and SATIS;
. ' SILK; Fancy 81LK and SATIN;
niack CLOTH and Fauey CASSIMERE;
Black and Fancy VELVET;
Fancy Velvet and Bilk BALL VESTS. '
Black ftnd'Fancj Colored DOESKIN'; '--"' ?
" CASSIMEftBl . .
ami Bnrkskln ' " do;
P'romlilre Kersey and Oxford Mixed Ho; .
. Black, Hlueaud Fancy Colored SATiatST; -FdllNCU
and AMERICAN COTTONADK.
i Kuril 1M1 ins Uooda. j -
SILK, MERINO, ALL WOOI Red.Gray and Whit
FLANNKLi and COTTON FLANNEL UNDER
SHIRTS and DRAWERS., ALL LNEN and COT
TON SHITS. A At guaranteed In all Instance.
HALF HOSK Oakney and Shetland Wool, Merino,
Whito and Gray Lambs' Wool, English and Genoa,
Cotton. White aud Colored. -1
CLOVES Black, Whito and Colored Kid Cloven
Thread Silk and Neapolitan Plush do:
Drnb Back GLOVES and GAUNTLETS.
CRAVATS Blnck Fancy Satin and 811k Cravat.
STOCKS AND TIES, uf ull descriptions I in possible
- totnnmoraU. -
. Boy' and Childern Clothinc. ' -
Black an colored Cloth Frocks; .
' . : 41 Sacks; ' , ' ,
' , Casslmer and Twee Frocks aud Sacks: . - " ;
Black andColrtrcd Overcoats; . . -Mottled.
Grayaiul Brown Whitney Overeoata '
Blnck, Bin and Brown Cloth Jackets. . -.
VESTS Black Cloth, Black and Fancy bilk Vest: .
' TweJd and Colored Casalmere do, '
PANTALOONS Bl.sk and Fauey Colored Casslmer
, end Doeskin:
Satinet, Tweed end CottonaAe; - '
Children' black aad Colored Cloth Suits , .
... u . Jackets;
... u ... Catawava splendid.
FURNISHING GOODS Merino Shirts, Cotton and
Cotton Flannel Drawers; 1
Muslin Shlrts.Llue Booms,Cllars4r Wristband
Cotloo and Wool Half Hose; Casslmore Glevas; ,
' Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Tics and
SILK, COTTON aud G ING HA H UMHKKJ.LAS.
. Lancaster, November 10, 1854. 1
gi U T Moulding for Picture Frames, for sal at lb
rcity book atoro
April 91, 1854.
- B. CONNELL, Agent. -
ARCHITECTURE by L. J. Gould. A. Benjamin M4
O. P. Smith, fur ! at the city book slor -
. prll m, 1S4. :- B. CONNELL, Agent.
CILARK'SComnienUryonth Old and New Test
ymetil, forsalo at tho city book store.
April SI, 1854. - B. CONNELL . AgsnL :
T jTRS.. Partington's Carpet Bag of Fun
ly me city wvt aurro.
B. CORNELL Agent
riIHE Old Brewery and New Mission lion, for sal
at tne city oooa store.
B. CONNELL, Agent'
fTIHK Lamp Lighter, for aale at the city book slei
X Aprils I IK4.
- n t'Unnat.it. Agent.
TAHNERS'and Emigrant' tlook, for at at th
' city o
B. CONNELL, Agont.
The well.. Known Resnler Farm for Sate.
rflQE nnderslgned offer for sale thisexcellent farm
I containing 5.1 aero of first quality farming land,
lying In Pleawnt township, 3X mile east from Lan
caster and near lh Newark road. The improvement
re Hue large brick dwelling, aa excellent barn and
other nut bull. lings, never failing spring of pur
water los to th dwelling house. Tho farm is wll
watered. If this farm I not sold t private sal before
Thursday 15tu March It will be offered at pnbllessleo
that day on the premises; also wheat in the ground
Forming utensils Fresh Milch Cow Work Horse,
Young Cattle and Hogs also great variety of house
holil and kitchen furniture. Should the furm not b
sold on tho 13th Marcb.it will then be offered for rent.
Forterm of sale dee., apply to Dr. Bnorstler.or oa
the farm to me . CEO.. VAN LEIPKB.
. February IS, 1853 41. . .
BY INDlFsTiulY 1VE THRIVE.
RISING "LTOMS, ? '.' '
RK new receiving at their old stand, aa fln stock
of FANCY and STAPLE DRY GOODS aa has over
n offered In this market, comlstlnr of averv artlela
In th Dry Good line, together with a Fina atatk of
Baatt aad ', Oratariaa, tMsiarl aad Ola
art sll of which they r determined to sell aa low
aa any house In Falrflold county, eutire cash More not
They beg leave U tendor their earnest thank to tb
cltliens of Uncaster and vicinity, for th very liberal
share of patronage they have received since they hav
been la business, and hop for oonlinnaae of tbo
tame, aasoring the publie that no paina shsll be sporsd
ui.ir pars so givo onure aauaraeuea.' 1 no asnsi u
tides f country produce laks ra sschang for WooshV
Unasser, March 1. ,
& hV.J.fy vr. "'yi'