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CITY 0F 1ANCASTJB:
WEW YOIIK ELECTION. '
''." ' Ee j County. ', .
, the American candidate for Town Of
i Coers ara elected, br decided ninjoritcs iu
t' tile following towns, wliicb arc all wo Lave
deceived as jet:; Cltwterfii.ld, .CO ma
gorily; Jay, about 50 do; F.ligitbctlttown,
' -Made; Iwis, 19. do; Willbboro. majority
not known; Essex, majority not known.
fusion ticket in each of these towns were
: .nominated and a lare vote polled, and the
' tsry was "death to Know Nothings."
' ' Teru and Pl.itUhurgh have also gone for
- '&m. In Kecsevillc, a correspondent
writes as follows, as to wliat Sum done in
-flint town: "We have met the enemy nnd
; they are ours," notwithstanding the most
, 'desperate efforts made by the fusionists We
have carried our town by the unprecedent
' -ed majority of ICO over everything; rnnn
.,' ' icr of votes polled 301."
, " : . ; Mudison County,
, The town election of Hamilton resulted
in a most signal Know Nothing triumph.
' A. correspondent writes to the Albany
Register as fullows: " Yesterday the u
bicjuilous "Sain" passed through our town,
- and as near as can bo calculated, was
"seen" by several of our inhabitants.
. There were some half dozen different tic k.
Is out, some of them 'piping hot' after the
." mythe, 'black spirits and white, blue spirits
and gray,' but as they were not 'fast col
ors,' Sinn concluded to adopt that of the
Ycrilablo Hindoo. The result showed the
success of the entire American ticket, with
an average majority of 103.' ' The contest
' was on the Supervisor; but he came out
f 14. ahead.,
The opponents of the American ticket
resorted to every effert to defeat it, but
their efforts were a perfect 'fizzle.' The
best joko among their performances was
jilacing on the tickets two of the .candi
dates of our tiekot, supposiug them to be
''Aiiti,'. but, they appear to have caught
some 'Know Nothings,' and helped to elect
. . them, and long and loud Vcre their de
nunciations when, th.ey ascertained how
' , completely they wore deceived, -'
' Hrikimer Comity. .
'' -The town of Warren has sent for Sam.
,'v" One of his . friends writes as follows:-
" 'Yesterday w freed tho town -o( Warren
from ilia iniquity and corruption' with
which it has so long been cursed; and
from a power more dospolie and oppressive
, limn the l'apul authority of Ilome-, Union
' was the battle cry of the opposition, but in
itch union as was theirs, nothing was
found but weak Hess and imbecility. It
was but the uniting of one decayed and
rrunibling body to another of like condi
' tiun, that each might hasten the other's
fdcslruclion, by its own infirmities and
corruptions. The union consisted of a
confuted mass of different striped politi
cians, .with these were joined a few for
mer Whigs who were sometime since os
tracised for being found destitute of Whig
principles, and since that lime have been
unable to find that parly which would ex
pend toward them parental care. Add to
tlSsa a few rabid abolitionists men, with
a fin texture ' of brain, and exceedingly
pliilrttitliropic, where - there is no need of
' philavthropy, and you have ourniiliigon-
These were the elements with whicl
' wa had to contend.
Sam cleared them i ll
In Peru Sam has swept everything be
'. fore him. Supervisor, (Day) 113 major
ity; town clerk, (Cook) 133 mirjority, and
the remainder of the ticket by a large ave
rage majority. 'Tho Loco Focos and Sew
ard ites fused, the town was thoroughly
canvassed by them, and every Irish Cath
' olich routed from his rookery. But 'Sam
was among them,. not taking irfe,but volet,
: and iu spile of tho combined opposition of
tho Loco Foco Seward Irish, foreign Post
masterial rag-tag-and -bobtail, all party
Fusionists, we havo gloriously triumphed
by the above majorites, out of a poll of 458
The grand result, that 'Sam' is victori
ous in ten of the thirteen-towns in this
. county, and perhaps in more we have not
. as yet beard from. In almost every town
' we have had to oppose 'fusions' of tho two
' old parties. The election was warmly
. contested, and the most vindictive feelings
shown by the old party leaders. The ma
jorities for the Supervisors are as follows:
riattsburgb, II. S. Johnson, K. N., 03
majority overall. ., ." Y,
Peru R. M. P. Day, K. N., 1 04 ma
jority. 1 , . ,
Arable Macs, K. N., 28. .
Chesterfield C. M. AVatson. K. N.,152.
Bukmantown Weaver, K. N., 63
Saranac Bowen, K. N., majority not
; known. :,' -'.' .. ' " ,
J :Y Schulycr Falls Henry, it. N., 1.
,, Chacy Severance, maj.uot known.'
" Ellenburgh K. N. majority not
Black Brook K. N., majority
not known. . .
v " ''"!.' , Franklin County.
,. , 'Hurrah for Sam.' Franklin county i
. redeemed from tho "... thraldom of ' Roman
' CatFiolicism, Demagoueism, ' Fitchism.
AVooleyism," o Americanism! AATe have
met the'enemy, and they are ours. Thfere
i were three tickets in tho town ofMalone,
'AVhujr Loco and K. ft, 1 The K.N. was
. ' elected over both the otheis by 35 major-
ity.' Chatuffsy Laa elected the whole
. -v.-.,'t . ) -
pt one JUkttc. In Burke, that;
WronyWJ of Irish and lioman Catholics
in the county, have elected tf!e K. X. tick
et, 57 majority. Constable gave K. N. 70
majority. Bangor 120 K. N. majority
over both the other tickets. Belmont 74
K. N. over Fusion. WesUillu, 1 27 K. N.
over Fnsion. Fort Covington, 51. . Bom
bay elected tho whole ticket of the K. Vs.
Moira, Dickinson, Brandon, haw all giv
en large K. N. majorities. We have Beard
from 12 out of the 15 towns In the county;
and they have all elected the clear K. N.
ticket. - There are threo towns' to bear
from, which will, in our opinion, erect tho
K. N. tiekot
'- St . '
In Boonville AmcricanUm is triumphal.
notwithstanding this town hai been, for
many years, the hot-bed of foreign influ
ences, and Sam had to contend against tho
old fogies of all pnrlies, uniting in a coa
lition ticket, yet the fiat went forth with
scorching rebuke to broken-down politi
cians who pander for foreign votos, that
"Americans Buall rule-America." Sam
was too much for them. ; Calmly, but
lovely he went into the field, and elected
his friends by large majorities. AV. II.
Coin, Supervisor, 70 majority over all
competitors. George AVhetlock, for Jus
tice of the peace, 06 majority. The town
Clerk and two Constables, besides several
minor officers, elected on the American
JKon roe County. . -In
Perinton Sam was 'round, and a ma
jority of the American ticket was elected.
Supervisor by nineteen majority; Justice
of the Peace by 21 majority; town Clerk
by 249 majority. The Hottentots elected
their Assessor, two Overseers of the Poor,
and two Coustablcs, by small majorities,
In-IIuron, the result is a victoiy for tho
American tiekot of from 12 to Co majori-
The old fossils of the old patties were
combined against Sara, but ho beat them
A desperate effort wa made in the town
of Almond to defeat the American party.
The attempt has pioved abortive. Lsaac
Rawson, our Supervisor, had a majority of
57. Sam's whole ticket has been elected.
In Scio, Sam elected bis whole ticket
with a Fusion, arrayed against him, of al)
the elements that ' could bo mustered in
opposition to (what they chocsi to call
Hindoos.) . a ,
';'.. i., 0wcpo ConnCy.
Sam done a good day's work in Oswego
county, last Tuesday. Sixteen towns out
of twenty -odo in the county havo come to
tho rescue, together with four supervisors
elected from the city of Oswego, . which
will make the Board of Supervisors stand
20 out of 25!
Til:. UESULT l.V SEw Vl'KK.
The Buffalo Commercial Advertiser, in
an article on the recent town elections, re
marks that "it should not bo forgotten in
stimating either tho triumphs or the occa
sional defeats of the youthful and vigorous
party, that it has to right its way against
the combined opposition of all the others.
In the Fall elections old party tics preserv
ed much of 'their force, nnd although the
American voto was large enough to create
surprise, it was but little more than one-
forth" of the aggregate vo'.o of the State.'
While Ullmun's vote npproae lied Clark's
and Seymour's, it was inferior to either.
and when to their combined, we add the
vote given to Bronson, it will bo seen that
in tho Fall election Cllman's vote was
less than a third, in fact, but little more
than a fourth of all that were polled. In
the recent elections all these parties have,
in many towns, acted in combination a
gainst the Know Nothings, and the man
ner in which they have swept a great por
tion of the State, in defiance of this united
opposition, affords gratifying evidenco of
their growth. As an example of what they
have been doing in many counties, we
copy the following from the Ulica Gaaetto:
Otsego Countv. The elections in most
of the towns in this county appear to have
been conducted without regard to old par
ty lies the contest being generally on
"Americanism." The result lor Supervi
sors is Ret down as follows: K. N. Demo
crats, 13; K. N. Whigs, 5; auti-K. N.
Whigs, 4. Two towns, Butternuts and
Phiintield, remain to bo heard from, but
tho former is reported to have eleoted the
Know; Nothing ticket.
Here, it will bo seen, that the Know
Nothings are in proportion of live to one.
The apparent diminution of strength which
the hew .. party sustained in a few
towns, is readily accounted for as soon as
wo go behind tho figures and ascertain
all the circumstances which have influenc
ed the elections, In Lockport, for exam
ple, over which the fusionists have tried to
make themselves extremely happy, they
owe their temporary success to the intro
duction into the election of the very influ
ences to which the new party owes its or
igin and ' its strength; nnd whenever the
polls havo not shown the triumph of the
new party, they have at least furnished a
strong argument in favor of its necessity.
The lollowitig from the Lockport Courier
explains the result in that village:
If any evidence was wanting to show the
necessity of tho American movement, it
could have been found at the polls in this
village on Tuesday,
, Chenango County.
' Old Chenango is all right as it should
be. Our town meetings were held yester
dayrand resulted in a perfect 'Hindoo' tri
umph. AVe have heard from fifteen towns,
ten of which have elected American Su
pervisors. . There are five to hear from,
and 'Sam' says he will have at least two of
them. The majorities range, in the differ
ent towns, from ten up to four and five hun
dred.' You may count Chenango good for
an American majority uext fall. There
was plenty of "Fusion' all over tho county,
but 'Sam' was around, and Showed his a-
bility to havo, thmes hie wy.,Aj': '?.
. Norwicb American ticket elected over
a fusion ciaD ethers by id arerago majori-l
tv of 60. '
OiroaD American ticket over fulon
average 113 majority.
Sherburne- American ticket over fu.
hioti average C5, . "
Greene American ticket over fusion
from 120 to 280.
Sinithville Funion Supervisor elected
by ll majority; tho balance of the Ameri
can elected. , iu this town there are about
100 Irish voters, who fought like Kilken
ny Cats, j ' -
' McDogough American ticket alt elect
ed by CO majority.
' kullivnn County.
The Americans have carried the foll w
iug towns: Monticello. 16 majority; Lib
erty, 237; Bethel, 104; FalUiurgh, 72;
Maniakating, 150; Ncvertiuk, CO; Itock-
land 15; Thompson, 22; Forestburgh, 42.
One of Sam's sons writes as follows:
'In the first 7 towns the issue was Amer
icanism against all the odds and ends, and
isms, that could be scraped together, but
the pcnplu had seen Sam, nnd now the Fu
sionists have seen the Elephant. ThewiW
pullers had Litth'johu'a exposure printed
and circulated, with a few pass-words add
ed, to make it go down the throat of the
dear people, but they would not swallow
it; the fact is there is a Hindoo Juggler a
bout somewhere, and he has managed to
make the wire-pullers wonderful clever to
each other. Men who have been quarrel
ing (or years have, by Soma strange meta
morphisis, become very friendly. But its
no use of their fifing for they don't know
tho time, and they must learn" it of Sam.
There are G towns yet to hear from, and we
Impe to carry 2 of them, and next Fall all
Oneida County. '
The Journal, with its accustomed "Ado
about Nothing," claims tho result of tho
charter election in Utica asa"simon pure
Whig victory, when, in fact, the Whig
candidate for Mavor, received tho entire
Amorican vote. Sam elected three out of
the six Aldermen, the City Attorney and
treasurer, one Superintcnuant, and a Col
lector. Tretty good for the etroughold of
the Ulioetaws and lshmaelitcs
There the foreign vote, marshalled by a
moity of American voters, rioted in un
checked swav. No man could fail to set-
that the entire independent and patriotic
American voto was given tho American
ticket, nnd the triumph of the opposition
ticket reveals the evil we would contend
against namely, the prevention of a state
of things by which the foreign vote, aided
by a few unscrupulous and. designing A-
mericans, can control our elections.
Similar testimony is borno by the Juag
ara Democrat, as follows:
The successful ticket had tho support of
the Seward AV lugs, which included all tho
canal force and a miscellaneous vote of na
live citizens of all parties and sections of
parties who are opposed to llio American
parly, and the entire foreign vote, which
m the village is very large. As is uni-
formallv the case when this latter voto is
marshalled by parly leaders, there was a
large number of illegal votes polled. Thero
was in fact, yesterday such an exhibition
of tho hands into which the American
franchiso has fallen, as is well calculated
to produce an American feeling with thoso
who will never see the inside of any Know
New liumiuliiro Election.
Coscokd, March 1 !.
Tho full returns tro from ono-hundred
and eighty nine towns, giving Metcalf 29,-
777. Baker 23,700, Bull 2,002, and Fow
Out of 250 Representatives elected, C4
arc Democrats. The opposition has e
lectcd three Congressmen, four out of five
Counselors, and ten out of twelve Stale
Two hundred and five towns have been
heard from up to this evening, giving Met
calf 31,735, Baker 25,504, Bell 3.306,and
Fowler 1,164. The twenty voting places
yet to hear from will probably reduce
Motcalf's majority about 1,500.
SEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTION".
Concord, Tuesday, March 13.
The voto for Concord is; for Baker, 774;
Metcalf, K. N., 1,094; Boll, 120; Scatter
ing 53. Ten Know Nothing Representa
tives are chosen in Concord,
Last year tho vote in Concord stood,
Baker, Dem. 939; Bell, Whig, 594; Per
kins, Freo Soil, 2C3. Baker's majority
over all, 83.
The above returns show something of a
change, considering that Concord was the
head quarters of all tho old lino leaders,
and who wero determined to carry tbe
town whether or no. All that could bo done
to defeat Young Sam, was done. Money,
party corruption, influence in high'places,
and thundering mandates from Washing
ton, endeavored to frown down and crush
the independence of the Granite State,
Tho New Hampshire Patriot, tho organ
of the Pierce dynasty, is printed in Con
cord, and its columns have ever teemed
with tho lowest abtiso and Vilest invective
of the American Party, and all who have
ovor dared to act as freemen. Fvery ef
fort, as wo have said, was made to carry
Concord. Lying, vituperation, abuse,
slander was resorted to. Money was lav
ishly spent, and any number of Irish were
naturalized, for tho purpose of carrying
Concord; Here it was, tod, whore nearly
one hundred names were published as bav
ing withdrawn from tho K. N.'s, for the
purpose of voting the old line ticket. What
was the resttli? It can be found in the ro
turns quoted above
By-the-by, we aro reminded that the
TrcasuryEaters' organ of this city pub
lished tho same startling list of withdraw
als, and exulted exceedingly over if, crow
ing greatly over the election that was a
bont to oome off in the Granite State, and
representing the K. JS'.'s as a moat ' des
perate set of men, devoid of principle, pat
riotism or virtue. How is it now, neigh
bors? " ..-V v -' '':.".
' Manchester gives Baker 671, ilelcalf
1,915, and scnds.H Know JSothing llcp
resentatives. Last year it gave Baker 028;
Bell,, Whig, 1070; Free Soil, 403 quite a
Soma 3J towns in ' R-xkinirnnra. Saf-
frd and IlilUboro' CounUes show iu.t a-
l , ,i
bout the .
ame relative) roU fur GjrBOr,
only two txceptions have tUcted
Know Nt:liin2 U-pfsnUaei. '
The voto of Porumont!i is for Ifctcalf,
730;15Ar, tCC; JJ-uli, SI; FowW, 1
Last year the voti was, Baker, 470; Bell,
453; Free Soil 207.
' Iu some twtnty cities and townt the
Know Nothings hare alecled 07 fpt
cnla'.ire; the Dcmxn. 13, and the
Three Anlt-Administration meuibers of
Congress are probuhly elected.
Governor Baker in badly beaten, and
there it no question but that Mclculf lIU
botn elected by the people.
lor members of Congress there was but
two tickets in each District ths Demo
cratic and the Opposition and the latter
are believed to be elected in all three
Districts. The same remarks applies al
so to the State Senator in ino&t of the
Complete returns from sixty-lire cities
and towns gives Metcalf. K. N. 12,014;
Baker, Dem., 9.1G8; Bell, Whig, 1,3-15;
Fowler, Free Soil, 209.
Incomplete returns from some' forty oth'
er towns do not essentially vary the com
plexion of the above returns.
The vote of Nashua in, for Metcalf, 1,
022; Baker, 473; Bell, 169; Fowler, 25.
Lnst year the voto was, Bakor, 553; Bell,
644; Free Soil, 334.
American A'ictoiii is Battlk-Creek.-
Tha Batilo-Creek Journal says tho charter
election of that village, on Monday last,
was by far the most spirited contest ever
witnessed there, and resulted iu a complete
anJ triumphant victory to tho American
party. It says there were threo tickets in
the field, ono of which (tho Know-Nothing)
made a clean sweep, entirely distanc
ing the other two. The following gentle
men are elected:
Uoswell T. Merrill. Pres't. 123 maj.
John F. Hinman, Trustee 126 '
Chester Buckley ' 90 "
Victory P. Collier ' 121
Emmet A. Beaoh - 117 "
Joseph Dodge, Cleik 151 '
Wru. II. Coleman, Assessor 116 "
Erastus Clark. " 96 "
John Caldwell. Marshal 125 "
" " Treasurer 125 "
Glory enough for Battle-Creok. Keep
tli ball iu motion.
American Pautt in Miciiioas. Tho
charter election in Marshall, last week, re
sulted in the triumph of the Amorican par
ty. Tho Know Nothings elected the Pres
ident, Recorder, Treasurer and Marshal,
by majorities ranging from 4 to 53 votes.
IIcimAii yori Sam. On Monday last,
tho 5th of March, says the Boonsboro Odd
Fellow, an election for town officers was
held iu this place. "Sara," that good old
patriotic soul, as usual, came along and
rallied his forces. In a moment, his ene
mies fled and left the field, without stri
king a blow, in the hands of the mighty
conqueror. The following gentlemen were
elected by a majority of eiyhi to one: Bur
gess, John Stone; Assistant Burgess; John
Knodle; Commissioners, Dr. Wru. E. Da
vis, Hiram Burham, Sara. Suman, Josiih
Thomas, Elias O'Neal. There wes some
mighty long faces about tho tima thero
was something suspected of going on.
Some looked as though they might havo
lost every friend on earth.
At tho municipal election in Bangor, J.
T. K. Haywood, Know Nothing,(also on
the Citizens' ticket,) was chosen Mayor.
Tho vote stood, .Haywood 1,356, N. ll.
Mills 756. Tho Alderman and Council
men aro elected in the same ratio.
Resclt of Last Week's Elections.
Out of twelve mayors elected last week, in
different portions of the country, the A
mcrican party elected eleven, the Demo
cratic, or foreign, party five, fe the Whigs
three Verily"Sam"does execution when"
ever and wherever be makes his appear
anco. American Tticmni. An election for
City Recorder took place at Houston, Tex
as, 19th February, T. S. Anderson, A-
merican, was elected by 110 majority.
Tho Anti-American candidate received
American ViCTokr in Cold water.
Tho Coldwater Sentinel, and old-lino pa
per, howls piteously over the complete e-
tory of tho American party in that village
at tho recent charter election.
By private letter from Forest County Ta.
we learn that in the town of Harnett, the en
tire American ticket was elected bv large
majority. In Jenks about one-half of the
ticket was elected. In Jefferson county the
American ticket was also triumphant.
SInnlcipnl Elections in Pennsylvania.
Reading. Ta., March 17. Tho munic
inal election in this city yesterday, resulted
in thd complete triumph of the Amorican
party all the candidates on their ticket
were elected. The vote lor Mavor stooa
as follows: Win. M. Baird, K. N, 1514,
and 8. L. Young, Democrat, C40. This
result has produced great excitement.
Danville, Pa. March 17. The whole
Know Nothing ticket was elected here
yesterday by 250 majority.
Tub Emperor Nicholas. -The N. Y,
Journal of Commerce of Saturday has a
telegraphic dispatch from its Washington
correspondent, dated Friday evening,
The Boston Legation discredited the
account of tho Czars death. They say
the event could not havo been known itt
London on tho morning of tho 3d, if it
occurred at 1 o'clock on tho 2d; and that
prior advices wero that the Ckar was ia
good health. (Thq French' and English
Ministers believe the account true, and
that the treat will promoU peace.
v Vat Week Later from Calkonia.
Creel' Financial Extitdi.tnl!
JAILttl or flVB AKIW IIOCSU.
L CSLYLSS J'li 0STRA TED.
- w o. Aiarcn jj. s.emer
Nril,.-in L'.t.t. wi.h aJio. from Nin
of Vu 'v & Bv: i) readied S ta Franeico
on the 1 7:h Feb. can-tin a ineat run on
the lioue of liaeou At C., in San
Francisco, which ktood the run tr m-vi-ral
ilay. paying out half a million dollar.
A meliii' of mcrchanta au l bankers
convened and pvsed resolutions declaring
that they had the utmost oiifi.liC9 in the
jundiiei!ii of the l.ouw, which r-stotTi
confidence, and aflairs reamed to wear a
:ller a-frf-c!. On the 22 1 however, Page
Baron i Co., su-K ui'ed, and on the 23 1 j
. .... w . """ "' "" (, 1.50. Flax sred. eal.OO: But-! """"f.' '",?'..' 7 r'-. 7",TJ
i : . . . i - i rri. i
tacts with the Uamcr Ln' lo sum. bhe r , . r . ; n ' iwiiw.r uiF..n.i. a .w..n iu'..,n, ...,-
unng-l).p(ungeranaJAW.Oa gjld J3ll . f... 5.)crkjo; HoWk. 30!c,",;;, -
Ollly. . - - tn u- 'f l xn at i Hnufi,Hi.f,ui f It.. Cwt U 1 l ,
),.. . ,! ':; inegir, 'io-. lot'acco(l3a25c;l'.ni'iuj.ii.uiii;f1M.fc .n .f k-
Bu.ne w. entirely proste in San u a DOftU) 00. Tjl!loW jP, pvr brl. J;'-' ' .
oankinir houxes. . 1 l,e new f Urn f.iilure J' . . wu) a iu. kim ui iMrHM.i .1 Mtbu4 k '
Adanis 4 Co., A. . IN, l -go it Co., Koh:n- ;(.),3n;rtj wttha rnodera'e demand. Baron
son fc Co., and Wrights Minors' Depit jjj dun wjth a declining tendency. Butter
all closeJ. j is dull and plenty. Ohio Whisky quiet at
Adams ic Co. closed a'l their branches , 3 a3j j. Coffee is firm it Hall for
without paying one dollar out, exctptin igooi K!o. Sus-srs are firm. Iron is a
, .1 A '. I .1.'. . W
ran l ian;isi-o, wnere, on me zz-t, mej
were run on and paid out iiZM.hUO.
The cxcilemeiil was intent.
AVells, Fargo ik Co. closed In Sari Fran
cisco, but kept the conriiry branches open
while they bad any coin h-ft, and had no
tified the public thev wuul resume ou the
It was feared Adams 4 Co. would not
resume for tixty days, if at all. Page,
Bacon & Co. probably would resume in a
f.jw days, their dpoMiors having granted
them time on S4UO.O00, and their assets
were large. These failures caued the de
tention of the steamer until the 20ih.
A hitter from Pago, Bacon & Co., states
that thev expected certainly (o resumu on
n -,, "r 1. A,l. f . . f
ie l.-itof March. Advices from Central
America, say mat cnsrn.wj still ueeee.'d,
having taken all the towns occupied by the
revolutionists, except Leon.
Sandwich Islands dates to the 3J of l'tb.
blinds no news of interest.
The Know-Nothings Ahead.
FuEDEiticiisnuRG, A'a., March 20. At
the charter election vesterdav, the Know-
Nothings elected their candidate for May
or, and for each of the city officers.
The telegraph dispatches announce the
verdict in the case of Kissane for forgery
on tho Chemical Bank, to bo guilty in the
teurus to bntlk' the .kill of plo.icluut, jitflds like niu
glc to Carter's Spanish MiKtmv.
Air. i. if.iTiieii, itirmcrty or lua Alter lioui.
Vtrl(. mill Into proprietor of tho Exclntno HoU'l,
Kichinoii.l, VirKintu. l.ontf of th? bitn1rt:il whobavu
ho'n cured uf .evuro ,'vun.lgia, hj Ctirtvr Spunl.b
Wlnt'ohl. euro, he hut recommoiided H to nnmber
of utlierii, who wore ufTjriiiir will, uearlv every form
",", ToVl , I ' l r. ,bM
eer.,H-iiuwd. K1,dtl,o t,.-,ihlo...l,,or,llkiiowu.
V ioo .dvoriitoioenl In unotlicr tJ.mu.
fBlHE QiiuliOod Votera of tho f ily of Lanea.ter,
B. ineel on IloiiUiy the 2riti day of April
nest, at in roiiowii. ptacoa witaiu tluir redpettora
In Ward So. 1, at the Office otJ. Einblch, lieec ber'a
In Ward So. S.ut Clork't Offlee.ln Public Euildinin
In V.nl No. 3, at the linzeltc otlW-c.lVn onlcc front
111 Ward So. 4. at the C'llr Hull, lo eicit U follow,
lujr onictT. to-wit:
I Mnj-or, for tho torm of two yearn;
1 t'ilj .Solicitor, for the term of two roara.
1 C'lly 1'roaioirer, for llie term of one year.
1 fit Varahal. for the t.rm of uo yoar.
- 1 t'iiy Tru.tv for ea h Ward, for the term S yaara.
1 Trunt.-e for Water Works, for l!ic lorm of3yean.
tt School IHructoM. for theierni of Uiree yoara.
4 Asiosiora, one forcacb Ward.
JiH GARACEITV, Major.
Lancastor, Ohio, March 1, lri3. 43
TAMal all ti in -u rmtparpd to furui'li I.O0KINO
GI.ASKKS in .Malioir.iiiT, Walnut or Hosewo.id
Frames. Loolrlnir Gla.n Flute.i, Picture Framce, die.
Al.o.GMt Fruilin. CilnnHiV of all aixoa aud .tlv.,
Pinlntit Frame., Hirturo Frninia. and a general as
sortment of Picture? and Oil Palntinc. at wholesale
and retail, at the lowo.t prices. J.V. Gi:ST.
No. West Fuurll) Street, Cincinnati, Oliio.
March fc, leii li
G. W. &. C. W. Uae ELKOY.
COLLECTORS AND GENERAL Auts.,
Council's How 8 doer Sontli P, OIHcc.
' LANCASTER, OHIO.
COI.l.F.CTIOSS in Falrfleld and adjoining cour.tiea
enlruslod to our care shall receive prompt atten
tion. AA'a will also act aa aant In the pnreha.e and sale of
Ttaal fslala. Laucaslor, March 15th 1F5S ii.
f JlffE snbdcrllier will sell at hi. reidenro flta mites
H. North of Ijancator. bettor known an tho Poorntan
Farm, ou the Columbus Koad, GroeiiUeld Towushlp,
On .lion day- tlte gGth Uaj- of .Tlarrli, ISo5
The following described property, to-wit:
5 Head of Horses, anions: them one Trottiuc Mara
10 years old and her 3 Colts, all sirH br Durocll, the
Ma'rcat present is with foul by Clay Tritec;
4 Cows, one of lliem fresh milk, all Iturham
A Turlelv of Fiirmiiur Utensils, sueh a. Ploughs,
Harrows. Ac; Z.VHIIbn. asaiortrd MAfO.;
One Buiriry. Hourly now; Huinrydr Wai'on Harness;
in Hiirr.-ln CIPKH VINKGAli.a lirsiraluanicle;
' 1 Cookiup Stovo and 3 Parlor Stoves;
A Tariety of Household and Kitchen Furniture1,
Tubs, Biirrels and a variety of other articles.
Hix month, credit w ill be irlven on all sums over 5,
tho purchaser xirins uoto with approved security, all
under 3 ciish. l.oL'lS VON KOULX.
March 1, 1S 34S
SEW HARDY onAHlP.TAI. TREE.
I.AKGB DOU11I.K FLOWEKING ALMOND.
rvf.ITP. andenliriied has for snlo si limited supply of
D this beautiful nowcrlutr I reo.
,5WVS'i!jianil iaaltoarelhardiiroroiit fromiivi1)
-VHrtuie Dwarf Flowerina; Almond, Tfrv!;-
safcaca small Shrub found in many eaa
r. 11 lllliaes a nieoiilill nize iron
enrdrns. 1 Knrintr It Is cover
ed with a profudion.of beautiful
Flowers, laiyn and full doubln. like small roses and Is
very ornamental. It also bears a arood Alinoud. The
I're'es in his posxessiou have becn'obtaincd at consider
able expense and trouble, ami are Hie only onos of llio
kind in Ohio to his knowledge. They oru of flue size,
with plenty of s:ood roots, so that if projierly planted
they cannot fail to grow. Price: best Tree. 50 rjnu
each. Second alzu 37 cents e icli. Os.nre Orani;e
Plants the best for hodsinc. con bo supplved. Kura
large plant, very line $11 per ltKXt. Kccund sizn,e:od
S3nerllHal. Also a few very line Treos of tho beat
varieties of the A preol. price all cent each. Apples;
SweclCherry; Plums, fite.l Nitar Maples and other
suporior For'eil Trees for the Klreol of good growth,
can be supplied, price according lo stft.
Orders addressed to tho undcrMlMcd at Rnshrille,
Ohio, nrovious to the first of April will be promptlt
attended to. Trees delivered in Lancastor froo of
Bi. 11. A laree assortment of lh followinc Trees will
bo for sale next fall: Apple u irreal many varieties
. . .... . o .ll a ll':. . ...II.... ,11.. n .
lor nuinmer, runnni , iiuer, 111. iu-iint i.r m
he hud in tlte United Slates. Pear, lite litiest varieties.
both on Pear and tliilnee Slock, for e'ummer. Fall and
Winter. Pi-arh, nearly every variety toiino to ne vat
Hable In our climate, one of tho nest selections In cen
ir.il Ohio: Ouineos and other Fruit Treos; Granes,rare
and lieaiiliful F.versrcens, & e., ore. Nursery ou tbtj
Marietta Koad, threo miles bast 01 nroemcn.
March IS, lriij 3w45 KOliEKT 1. BLACK
- L.1SD TOR N.VLii.
fflUK rmdnrsipneaoffrrs for sale I'.lrhf r Acrr
1 ( LuiKl, located In Mocklu( Township. 3',
nines West of Lancaster, on llie Turnpike., deserllicd
as follnaa: it beit'u the West liulf of Hie Siii.tliwest
Uuarter of Section So. 10, To n.-liip No. 14. In Kanir
Sn. 19. lmprot-einoms rohsisi of TWO Aw.
Vii nVVKI.I.ING HOUSED mid STAI1LK.Rooi!SmI
S!'J '.SfKINahanrlvlolho Uo-elliinr. a GOOD L
Vtll'Na ORt'HAKD oftrrnricd Fruit. Fifty Acre
cleared nndorcultivullon. Wliolo Kiirhty Acres tin
dor srood feuco, tho oilier Thirty Acres well limbered.
a nic Su;r-ir Orchard, two tijv.ir-fallinx streams of
water passing turuneli tneranii. 1 lie prtve of the above
laud is 9.1U per aero, twotliousand dollars in haud,tbe
butance in twoiiuniint tiSTinenla with futere.t.
Por fart Iter particulars apily lotliostitseriher lis Ins
on tho premises. W1LI.IA.M M. lAVbUK.
February 1, P55 30 -
. Notice of l)taolutin.
NOTICE 1a hereby clven that tbe eo-parlnorsliip
heretofore existing undor the llrin nam. of 1.11
TI.K ft MATlAf .lc ba.I.een this day mwoleed ny mu
tual consent, Tha boolts and aeeoauts are left in the
hands of John K. Littl. ftw seitleroont.
.. . JOHN K. UTTtB,
taaoMer, Feb. 87,.lcst. SOUS MATLACK.
'- iiw-x;,;: rm lint m-w ' f EMC ;
OiZtmOrriCB, IfarthO. 1355..-Oar ' y tkJU9U ' CITT ' 0 "
i notation lbi morning are as follow: i ', '- , ' coL0ist,a,iitk ,
,t, i,tw. - iiour, a.oj per rmm ;
, t ; live, y i; ui'.i, m3Jc;
( j ... . .ifii.ii.. i
" 7; V ' . . 7' ..
New Yonx, Mareb 2'J. All grades of
Coiton have further ailvftrred Jc, with a
g' 1 demnnd. The fnli-a dining ti e but
liiree day, amount to lO.OlXJ bale, rlosing
it 92 for New Orleim mil l!in'. and 1H
for Cilr Oih'Aii. Flwiir is dull wi'h
Jcliniiu t. n bncy. Ohio is quoted at
9,87a9,75, bu-l fcoull.ern at 9,n9,75.
Wheat U firm at the InM quotation. Com
i firm, but not q iottbly higher.
Beef is nn h insed. Pork is a"nindu!l
witliout anv cl ange in piieus. LarJ is un-
RKfil'T.A K MEETIKGM
LJlSCAfTP't I.0DGB. So. 7 Mrli K, J8M.
c.HArrr.H. s.i. 11 jink .
' IMM.MfMI NT, .No.. Aioil :(.
" fonXCIL, .u. 4. . . Mar-h lth, '
P.bru.rj ft!, M. C. STti X.MAX, iUvirltt.
WICMK.S.Ui& KKTA1L Gnorita D1SALER J3I
tr lour, IJacM, Mali, Salt, Tar, Ivrdyc,
Tn luci, Clutn irt, Stone 4c lleod
ru Ware, 'I ol,ncco, Snnllt, Ci.
tui II) e ktuffk, t ruiu, No.
liollk AC, A.C.
(Y- t f Etrimt.?!, uiik iry.rvn a Co.,
J AIm ilrecl L4ia.iKr, oh.o, lutitnUe telle.
tie,l' bit.s'.'.'itite stlf-'k OQh.iti). II U prepared
from ll.. cntltl'. ertitt to tuo Fiulleninii'e Wu
ui u:tiar and w it be uiideratvc'iUitetbadon t .
!;taii) boinu ui.o.rr itil ttlui
1. . Hating lakeo i'i. , (top ai.th of the Markaa
tioose, and .i-kH'-.I it illi ei cry arl.-t, .,f (jrot-erit.,
I'r'.viaioi.. dci-., all of utiitk ailt lo auld atOjeaatna
prii'... l. eivij at tn. Main firc't aotp. IU wuiild
wi) Vt tlic Farmer, that in dn aea.oo be will bo j ro
pareil to tuppl' liMrni with all kinda oflr.kefltb.
Ilrii;? on our liueon or nionajr, or oua jaaia cradit
lothoae lliataito to ojK'n an aceouLU
Ijji.taiK-r, Maria a, Uii 3u,U.
. PRCUATK X1TICK.
"VTOTlCE 1, lierhj r' ran thalC. F. Miafer, Ad
i. mini.lrali.r of Iheouiool Amanda Tattnall
lit'iinl.tx filed in llio office of tu j I rc'.au Coan
f Fnim-.-M Count-, oiao, hi acco'.u.t current and
foof-tinr. tborolo for ia-peeiion aud fl;,U aul.iaieiit,
and that the tauie will Oe f.r hirarlfii; o Ilia tllli day
CfMarvb lrta, or a wnjn aAra. m be r.,uroiiiet;t.
VIKl.ll. t. tUAW,i-roUta Judk-a.
P.?oraary 14, lai al.
"iTOTU K l herulij firm, Uiat the andor.ljrtiad
yf A'iniiniitraMrcri.aui ava uf SEopbeaiak Allen,
di-rea.cd. I.y rirtue of un order cf ta-a J'robjta ourt
of KairuVld i-otjoty, wilt oner f.,r auto at too coart
hone duor oo Saturday (he SlA daf cf Martk al iu
o'clock, the fulloailH? dachbed Uoal b.Ut.. titunto
in said t-oui.1), to-wil: Lot No. SeTeii (T.Vin Cart-r'a
tlriH -1il!lioo lo the town of l.aliraUr, being part of
Out-Lot Jio. Six (n.) Kauk addition. Ka-l. Alsopsrl
of lii-Lot auinlicrfcii, id Carl' (dditiou to the
Ill.ltlO I.I.H.I... K.r-ii.Iii.l. 1 A fn.ll....l xnHiu.
I"f",i'' '" BuLiTAIlrT; tbe..cehtal..iir
j tho lino of aai.l Alio) Bnn (!5j tn tlie.i.-. :v,:,t!!
i ,rui .,, tl, b..-n.try lino of auld UA to
Vajn Slru(., i;ieMe w ,,' (ls) fet., lu url.
giliut Weitboubilrj lin beinj: liio ri.julliwe.t corner
f IIia aforesaid Lot; tii'-'iiee .nb al.tnr Mid ern
ill lM.oi.dr line to tbo place of begiiminf , b.-iui; also
partot Uit Ao. sia (n; or l!ie ItnK addition, .caul of
Lum-atler. Appraikcd ul $.'jJii. Title clear.
Ttrmief talt One-ltiird in hand, one-tljird In ono
year.tho rtsidua In two years with utore.t on deferred
payments. IltlNKV i IMillKil, Adin'lor.
Feb. U, IKS a Ai.Ki!U V. J A MS, AUurney.
-f"..SES DB HIIRTIIOLTS hart re
vfl turned to latrieaster.aiid ill 1... Imr..
vt rwivo iHin.la fitrimtriictfou oo tint
PIA.0 FCU K.iidGL'i t Alt. at ihjjr rusitfence a.
Mr. CpJteii'i.Colmm$ HtretU.mA ho Xhririntf fi
iMirieiii in teat-biiir niniiCAtid Vte uircmuh.r atteu-
tinii nM lrttt.e tn.pfoienini.of tlicir HupiUv.UUi&ura
ft port .Mil Of ttOhlu- nfttmf.fir".
Ml A.C. 1E litkfaol T will raielTt claw for
Embp.idfrv nn Cai.tn-i work.
MIHSM.ti. DB BIKTUUlaT has n.! an T.U
meuiurr HcUooMl tin iJakmeitt Siorv of the Li.itwt
pai vnurca. orouiLer 9, lc&4
HAS JtsST RECEIVED AT TUB
CITY BOOK STORE
t!i follow, nn:
Bwani TrcnttM. price $1: 8wan IIiluq f 153.
Laiicuir, Noteiubvr 23, &4 S9
Talnabl Far in for Bala.
A FA KM eootalttln;rS19 Atnt, on tho waten
j5-i uf Cu-rort-rlt,iriMAJion Uwulilp. known
wiu infi - eiz rarrn. nii au ufceii- ui water
Jt.riviUir-, will be nuUl bj ib ODdr-ifoeJ, al
privald aL. For lermi applT to
tanc.slcr, J tine 7, 14 A. M cVEIGH, Uni J9nt.
A REW STOCK.
4 Ne'jrand well Selected lot ofGrocerie
ITTAVE juit beD rernirei by tho ubcr!br, at hii
( 3 vid iUud, where he w ill b hapjij to mod his
cuiumersaiil the punitc peiieralljr.
Groceries will be bold by ru a heap and of arond
qualiiy ascaa be foumi la an; itQlUkrusliMttLnieiitlo
I have I DM reeaired a choice lot of Cranberiea. I-era
oris. Fijj. Pruim. and a, a g-'twnX variety of Nnia,
luchiui Almnndu, Bratil N'uts. I'neo Xuli, Ac. Aieo.a
GhOKGE J. WYGUU
Laneuler Fch. 7, le5 9 .
II K imilerHened htrlnr purchased the Giiat
J. C. KeTiiold. (iceaftod, would herebr Inform
iiU ri-i'iniic Mm iiereUMoreowneo h ben.
the public tUitt it iahis (ttrKW lo make thii Mill what
it hm)! be, a Grist mill for tbe arcoainio(tatira of the
ueictihsirhood iu wbicb It U hicaled. And barinr (
cured li,-. errieonf an experiouced Miller. i nrepar
ed.hMhe )Huere.to an wars calculated lo plei
ami vurrci(rt? auiiwia yinay.
Itt j 39, kw4.
II.TMouMiii for Picture Frame a, for sale ai the
VI ht mioi more
April H. e$4. B. COX5Ht, Aenl.
A RCHITKCTrRE by L.. TH Gftutd, A. BenjamlOMd
lO. Smith, for aale at lue city twioR more.
priiai.M. B. t-ONNEIX, Agn.
CI.ARHtt Commentary on tbe Old aud Hear Testa
yiiii nt, forsate al tbo ily book More.
April Si; 183. M. CO."ELE 4gent.
MKS. Partington's Carpet Baf of fun, for call a
the city honk store.
April ai, trJt. a. 10.1.1. apm
PTVIHOId Brewery and New Suasion House., for sal
. at the city book store.
TI. C05SELL, Ageut.
rnilE Urap Llehter, for sale at tlte city hook Mere
JL ApriiJI 1I. B i'OSaELU, Agent.
T7 A RMF.rtS' ami Euileranl'i BooiTrtir Tale al Ike
city book store.
April M, 1844.
B. CQSSELL, At;ent.
AKCT Article 1b reU .ttety, for sat at lb city
B 1 bo.k store.
April 21, 1M4
. S. 005SMJ Aieni.
new iriitra AD HEW GOODS.
. MAlt'll.t, UlLSX CO. -
At the Old Stand of Ilcinnmiw Jk Irlartia,
TI AVE Just rocelrd larro and eUirsnt asaortinent
3 I of r K w liiHiu.N, coraprtainf; a variety unsur
i.-oa. and men ittey win asll at greatbargaJt'.
inoirstocKCoiisistaoi- r . .
s loths, Caasiaieres, Caisiaets, Jeaat, As
Vestlnca. ofiall tbe different steles
And for the Ladle French Morlnoes.TheibelClolliai
Alpacasaud Do Lainuaof all kinds; .r
Culicoes, fiin-rhains. Fiannela. and ete'ry arlltl la
the way of Ureas Goods to be found in the ellleal .
Shawls, ol even rariety of hue, lire, and material;
Dress and Bonnet Triuuulii:. besullfulassortiuent;
BoiiiHt--Silk, Velvet and !tnw-wlilrb the Ladles
all dorlare to be tbo most beaitiiful and faahlonal.le.
Iu addition to their strtek of Cloths, eke., they have,
and will constantly keep on hand a leritsand eicelleut
slock of HKADV MAbli CI.OTHIXG, got up wlla
tato anils iperiorworkmsr.sliip.
Boots and Shoes: Unts and Caus.at pnea woudatfuly
low. (taoiutjwarnaud Glasawam;
Pofl'ot!, Sugar, Ta, Tobacco, SfUae, Ac,
alwaya 00 band..
JTTrhe newtrm lender tSoie thank fbr the ea
-enurairiiiir manner in.which tli ey havo beee received.
as well hy IhopnMir (lenerally aa by the old patrons of
the stand, sad bef leave oaaiiro all. that lfse.-ii.lsnt
attention to tnclr want ana a o.torminattoai so Keep
ap with Ibetiinvs will aeeur. a ertntliiiisUnn . end
larf-anient of Hielr business, they will not fall to allele
tliat end. Countrv produce taken In exchange forfoods
UuiMunar, OMe, Jauuirj , lS5i 3J . -
If v."- y" i'T m mw
ri,Miuui.l w wiu tituawi h
u.ti.ci trr..? w.........
VMiiiimiu iiiiu.tel.cM.I --. from 'k. iki
U.lrr..i hi i-il.,..rt tti'rlb.a ' ! n't
1 a IX ulllo Mt
i.f 1 1. 111x1,11.0 a-
Iuio'ji .. M"4
1 do 4; ' do ' ' do p ' "
1 Bi-soliuiratl.loiit.il, u. Ikf ll.Ll
I 1 ..,-M..ry r.riol B.ll.'li ( In Cb'.'lrf t
1 Urltll Otit;f . mt.4 U,t tl; Col .ml.. lw
I do rf 4m i.iOBi
I Prftrow d 4.. 44, S'.a0
1 ifori'l., CiTOf.'.r In SCo.
I'rr oowu.. ubio' . I0
1 ru'ir-rt.... !'.. . 11. i."
i .l.i.i1id txiildti.g Mo In Vvlomkwt. t
da tlje ila
4 di. dv Olov.l.lid
I OtmJ Action fi.i.u (:'liiv4'io')
1 Uul'l vv.uli.Mi o.lt, oianMtd
VV'ob liM, at
lo KomWoiiO l'..i.v. al
10 4o ti at -.i
II) d) 4u ,1 .v
SO C.ld W.ttb ,ifM
1141 d.. al l
loo J., at "J
li d at U
How Sllr.r do al . m
Kl r do at i
JtM Ladlai' Gold Brr.at fib. 4 H
t:.M do n.Mclia aliaoia. at m
Si) A; f!l Wo.t H;tn,, at
f'tioo Ould l'?i.,, w.tr, ail.f Cuavtl
2141X1 (iild Hint., at JI i--ti
l-ia no at i,ov aacU
Kfarv ponlir?rof tiia atilcuoM Urro Mtlioarat.liiu
Kiira.iof. wiil rov:o aCaftlfi.ato of alontkaraliiy
otilllliK tliam l i a eliaa a In tht ato.a Hat v !
,! and coi.l) tilfta r.f tlia -sopla. Tha ntfratHM
ran ia .ant 0 mail wiUioul tatr.f dau.agail,) to ai.y
jArt o! tho eonriliy.
Kjl iawa Iwinti rirll If rIS
Proi,i w!r''.!nr V a-t Agi.t'4r ea will plaaao
aai.d a r.i,oieti'tav.ofi alr'iol i,t IMa H.iatina.iar r
aouiaotuor toC'ieuiial and wall aoail pai..a to IW
placo wiitfra thT rod'da.
To thvtm ponon. woo liava wo-nailirf a Afaotafor
oa In on, trw.t lu.lfltolion, lilt ia Nut raijolrad.
All -jr-Ura wittt tt,a ai ,i.aj ai.t-loaad.fraa of roaUfo,
will ttKtt aUb prompt altat.tjoh.
r7 o'lr t prtmmt mufmktt, tgtuit aad a'aara
tfowiiira.,if o,i vtii fttmf m at Mf4 a
thifftnst ar i a i'a:Maafa, aaa taa aal.r-
i .( . wiy a.i.
rer at a!l onr !ttara, elroalara. Ae., to ur
a,rtitttf.i evrreoLdeiu, jd exeei Uiew lo do the
n.n with u.
irPAfeii want! In eterr twn. whow we vill
rjrc.!i aUti jtter. rlreulir. achwdnlea. Initretl'il,
dev.. m aiji'!.eattbT at oar ,tLtm. or bv a bol oala.
for f .rti4r pru
iTtj.it, vl ifi:m block, Town etreet,
r tie defevrlittiv bill. Ai.. mt
w;ju.ja.e. (t.u. K r.l.l. w tu., frubtieton
JOHN H. MiXVViiU. Aeut for UaeMter
eraoteaLa ifi leTAit, vaatag
corPEK,Ti!v v Mtiicirr-iiitN vrjtnf,
GAIN takca pleaaure tn ealHiigr llie attenUon wf U'e
euat'imer ai:'i contttry mr banu fenraiiy. w
afiptifiuek of Coi.rT.TUi ard bhi lrn luaua
fbfture f orbroaghl tu tl:l twarret. He takeifitat
i-ai'-it.! aeep couauuniv tu baiMi a larya arif or
erery thing that ran rrulb:y be wanted i hie line.iL
flaiura Liu.elf that froia hla lobf eitrlenae In the
Tia and Shwol-lron Hiineeef
bewllPjeaMet'iTj rtiUetUfacn'Mito all whe mnj
fvor hko with thulr worB. Uavlcg a practteal knowl
e'Aof the bjfiree, 1Mb tvtle-U'ba are a a da w'.La a
tj wdarebilU; ,eL)Uaud cbeauaaa.
Mannftrturid to tkrdif.
IU alto ke i in hie m; lv arae f the tet wert -
meu llit rail I acured, and alwaya haTlif on baud
the Tort bit materlt.1, la et.aUed to nianufarlr.r t
or;r aiiTthicg ai:d Tert thiijj deirable la hie line,
iti u f od ;ie aiadou aafairKruia aieau aajwaer
. All kind or fltoTes, Ac.
?or Ti the b'.it ry of Lanraeter waa there an eatrv
henmcnltbat kept otihsnd a larger and more eoinnlete
afftrtuintof awrtB.uf all kiiJ ad varietUa. lie ie
eUo prepared with a Urge number of W Orat, and
ttiribrt a.coi:iujolaiiuii uf ti.aeimomert keepa on head
alr.ricaaiit.l of ffi BrUk, luanufeaiiued expreaa
ly with a view tu rmtiTt tn (tni..
Id fir.o.anr aud every ihlie aeeded In htellneeaa We
eeurvd by fivitif tin. a rail. ai:d at price at raaa)a
ahle aa ran b) iiaifiej In ary other ettaMiehp.iit ia
the Kiaie. lnaiu.eh aa bia preeent ttock la ffeati;
liprfiirtohlafitrme.-irr :m.iit.tv, n-:alilv, Tariety aarf'
etifapttSM. he feole cmlJint that perane tWlnf liiw
a call wli!f otfay i'l'ty delimited and amply iaiitSJ.,
av , re tn aef pt mritianiiv on htae
i..pl. in : " ' lewif
jilX of CitieliiuaU aiidCircievUteiwu-
fUilVll Mf Wre.
Ui.catwr, MarcU ,
C1SC1SN' ATTI, H ll.MlfsCTOIT AHI
ZAMKNILI.r. UA1I. HOlll,
OPE3 TO tASCASTEli. Tsr.Jallj Train (.
i ran loora Cii.rincall at 9 A.M. and J to P. U4 w
riving at Lancastor at 4 40 I'. M. and 9 2J f. M.
Train lea.o Lai.caslar at 1 , A.M. and 10 10 i. M j
arri.ia;al Oineiuuatt at II go A. M. and 140 p. H.
Trains ill sti'fif.irpaaaenRersasf.iilow: AlAoiaads,
Stoat's. Clrclo.illo, n iliis.ms,rt. Four Cornara, Hr '
Bui land , Waahiiifrtoo, Kttlesiiak e , Satiiua.C ross Uu4,
Willialn;ton.biio, t larkafilla and Morrow.
Ttaedowuwariitrains eounact at Mornjw ltk ifc 4
tratuson tlie Ijittlw- Miarua Koad f.ir Cvluaubua.
Liue. ol sisff-s vill run batwaon lALcastar aad l
cau, N.dsonttllo, AUions, IJorar.y. Koojersst aad
Zanesvill.,c.otvtiiis; with ttia auorulng trala froav
and ovening train u Cioclunatl.
Foroitierluf-iriiiaiionand tlckata, apply at flekat Of.
dce.torDnerof Broadway and Kroiitaireeta, and al Ua
Little Miami D.pot, vt to ibaa tailon Arantaou tliallaa:
K. TV. VYooUWAKIj.
TTfTTwi Company will not b rosponalhlo fur bat
jrasToelc.edtiiKtJJloiu. onl.aa laa aaroa t. r.
turnadtotli.C'aBduetoror Ar'nt.aad fralgl.l paid at
the rate o! apa aIor.ary fMiiln fain, abo.s taaj
aiuouui. Maroh 8, IPaa.
TKIUS 1XU PLIXTS FOU S1LI.
fllHE subscriber offots to ih public this sprlrg. a
P choice collection of k rutA stud Orssaiuaesa
SAmon; th. kinds ti Ajml., SW.-TjL
2r?.)r-r, t herry. Plum, 4andard L.'JT
and liwarf. Peab. AprieiH,
tal Trcrs, Kbrdlia, Vc.
c.,sor.errT anu L jrranta. &e. ITiftfft'a
Th. ornamental kinds ar. Kf ergrean and I'aciduaas.
1 nese 1 roes eco mostly procured at Kaat.ru aluraw
ries. and havo Ucimu. rsii r.6'is' b.r..
Psraonaar re.-40.stad to call only on .UVaiasja.frsaV
nrttafan4 f nJaft of caeli weak. 9ioCAtaloaas saaa
be fufnisbed. Ir'orfurUiarbartienlars s. btlTs.
FprlnrGrote Nursorl.S, one tulle West of rarr.l),
FatrllelU county, Ouio. March 1, Ittt 4
jrsr saca..aa a
tr.ARLu:8 book NTona,
OppoltcSba-2"er Hotel, l.aaratater, Okl,
f f ONEV MOON and other CoinallU. front foesfc
IJ Autobiorrapliy of sn Actress, by Mr, kowaoa
Journey to Central Afrte,hy UayaTd Tayle
nanaasano rtontassa. iy uaie
Puuny Meinorieaofl'or.lfn Lands, by Mrs. it.w.
The Better Ijnd.by Tbompsoa .
Kapoleon & bla Arim.TUe Tamp Fire of Hape'-.
A toe lot of Annual for lBSi, and a tat lot ef tsiaat
Gilt Boot s"f all kinds. -
Catholic Vra.er K.wk. F.pteeopai rray.r s
a lart-e lot of Family Ulblee and Pocket filbla e
reduced prices. . . . .
School Books and 5tat!nuery WBoieai
Pocket Wallota. Port Meuiee, and Pen Knlre, Mr
ale atlhe Hook 8tor of. JOHN BKAKI.Be,
Oot.Sa, IflSt U Off'"" Wr
IbyIsDLSTBT WE TUUITS.
Kisn " M'OJIl,
ARE now reeelvlns; al their old stand, aa tn a
of FASCT and STAPLE DRV GOODS a. has ewer
been Sered In till market, eoimstlnf of every aiijele
In the Dry Good line, Vosrelhor with a fie or
fio.lt mnd . Orriu, (,. mm4 GUW
vorr, all of whlck Utof are determined to anil aa low
aa any house In Pairleld county, entire eaah atopee s-at
1 1: or nea iea-- w ' ' - - .
etiizeii ot 1.
ancestors and vicinity, for the very Uhret
fbeon In business, and'hope for a eawttniiaao .flfce
.1' B.n n, na.
ii.,o nf oatronaa-e Uiev have received aio.. in
.H.lnr tSe ti iltllc that nn naika ahall be Mr.
o their part to gist i.tlreaaUefaetlnn. Tbe esnal a
tides or country iroiuce laa.u us .ursan-aa bus u--- -.
Lancaster, March 91. 18M.
A VALUABLE w A It 31 TOO. AL.
A ere. of Irst rate op Land aad bottom -rlow,
alarce lifovmenl, apple and pwaesi
r slitt twiat trrarlnd fruit.nianv elraiit ebrtna.
a bewod loc barn aud house, a la.-e i-uenilty .fb.srussj
limhevandsa-e-Ioes. Th. land so be i-M Ii .
toirother.altuatn; on a food road.t-i miles fsosa iacst
caster.and one mile from J1' rt-.
Fortorrasanply to CHAKLE8 lllDBLB,
. . Med..otown-.i,.F.irA.
' I4nd.t(ul, LeoicasUr, 0Vo.-
rtf.-l.cr 7, lr-ww
, ALmED VTtLLIAM, ,
.TToaisr tao mrssin.boa T aw, Cawr.rrca, ewis)
tXJlLt practice l tha Conru'ot Ftlrleld and a.1
Ho nun lie found ditrtr-a; MiBe bosyw et Ik. cl
Jf Joining counties.
nt (I. H Harrier, K!i
m.y n, leU.