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CITY OP LASrCASTEH:
Americanism, in Lancasteb. The 7h
Daily bus several returns from the
tjwnsliip elections held in the county oa
FriJa last, which seem to bave turued
upon the question of the Enow Nothing
organization and opposition to it, without
regard to party lints.
In Wst'Eart township, the Fusion can
didate for Justice of the peace, II. II. Over
hokzor, was elected by 4 nutjoi ity, over
Hiram Slough, the Know Nothing candi
date. The balance of the Know Nothing
ticket was elected. In New Holland the
wliolu Know Nothing ticket was elected
majority 120. In Upper Lencock the
whole Know Nothing ticket was elected by
majorities ranging from 22 to 41. In
PaMidise the majority for the Know Nvth
ing ticket was between CO and 70. In
East Lirapfter the majority for the Know
.Nothing In-let was 13U tne vote being
153 to 23. In East Earl five Know Noth
ing candidates were eloctcd, the balance
Fusion. West Donegal gave 30 majority
for ilia Know Nothings'. Mount Juy
town?'.jipand borough elected Know Noth
in-'tickots. Cunoly township the whole
Know Nothing ticket elected. In Coluni-
bin the Know Nothing ticket was elected,
'with the excepiion of a Justice of the peace
in '.he South Ward.wid Judge in tho North
Ward. In Elizabethtown borough the eu
tiio Know Nothing ticket was elected by
m;ij''i'iis ranging from 19to35. In Nor
risiown tho Americans elected their cn'ire
ticlcet in iho borough, which in regarded
by thorn as a very grout liiamph.
"Sam" swept tho board at the recent e
lection in Enston. In 13ethlcliem his
friends had 150 majority, and In Danville,
Montour county, from 175 to 2(J0. Dem
ocnitin districts Feems to give tho "heaviest
Ctyeinc majorities. Beaver and Law
renc counties are all for Sim, except the
town of Freedom, whero Ilannes had Cve
or six m.joiity. -
ii.wi" in York county. Tho York
Eiiulo of Monday says, we havo had suffi
cient information to show that Sam has
been tiiumjihuut iu York county.
At the borough oloction in Lawrence
villo, on Tuesday, the Aiiieric.ti; party c
I jctod their entire tick'et by handsome ma
jorizes. The election at Duncannon, Terry coun
ty, on Friday, resulted in tho buccess of
the v.hola American ticket by large mnjor
itias. The announcement of the result
was the Cat intimation the outtiders had
that "Sum" was about. Tho invincible
"R.mut'l" made a clean sweep in Middle
toiv.i, l.iLt Friday, completely crushing out
In Easton Sam came off victorious. A
fiitud uf Sain writes ns follows:
"We elected every borough officer on
our ticket. All the ward offices in two
wards. Tho foreign party carried their
ward officers in wobt ward. This ward is
tlwir stronghold, httving three foreign vo
ters to one American; however, (hero were
soir.o foreigne ra wIki voted our, ticket in
preference to tho opposition, showing
themselves better Americans in principle
than some who claim to do Americans by
birth. A strong cllbrt was nado to defeat
our ticket, but all in vain. It was no use;
they had their labor for their nuius. There
were lwnnty-si.x candidates of each party
in the field. That is, in tho three wards,
and thu Americans elected twouty out of
In Columbia comity, Sum came out a
head. A friend writes to us from Blooms
L'jrg, under ditto of the 17th as follows:
"At tho township elections held in this
county yesterday, tho whole American
ticket was elected in nil the principal
t wns. In luis place, llie "Uld Liners
c;ime on the ground and - nominated thei
ticket as usual. Hut they soon seen there
was n new clement nt work, and nil their
candidates withdrew from tho contest but
two, one for Justice of the Peace, and ono
for Supervisor; the former got 01 votes
out of 320 polled, nnd the latter 07. Tho
election quite rtston'uhed the old 'wire-pull
ers.' Jn Danville, Montour county, the
w holo Know Nothing ticket was elected,
withotio exception. The work goes brave
ly on in this section of the country."
In Wcatherby, Carbon county, the
Know Nothing3 elected all their ticket by
majorities varying from 36 to 21C.
In Allegheny county, further returns
r-bow that tho K. N's. have carried a large
majority of the townships.
In Jctfcrboii, G:au'u entire ticket elected.
' " Versailles, do. do. do.
" Moore, do. do. do.
" West Deer, do. do. do.
" North Fayet'e, do. do. do.
" Robinson, do. do. do.
" Franklin, Democratic tickot elected.
In Bristol the Americans had f.f:y ma
jority over tb fusionists, and in Heading
the Mayor was eloctcd by 700 majority,
while in Danville the Auioncans wero tri
umphant by soma 200 majority. These
two places are tho county seats of "Old
lierk" and Colombia county, Loth the
strong holds of Doraocraey; but the march
is cnwsrd; "tlm people," the "bona And
sinew," sio doing their own work without
the "Udrs." "Old iiuiko" has voted
without, this time, wailing for tho "old
Duck" to toll thtm how. They saw. 'Sam,'
and he gave tliem thu "grip" and the
"pass word," and with this they marched
to the polls.
KBW TORI TOWN XLECTIONS.
ftstiitCA Cotmr. Lincoln FulU.olcoted
Waterloo ... .' , . . do.
Orid do do.
Jrw - U do.
Varick do do.
Romulus do do.
In tho town of Covert, Sam's enemies
assembled composed of a medely of old
broken down Fogies, of both political par
ties, sprinkled with Irish, occ. They form
od a ticket, and pledged themselves to e
lect it. Election morning "Sam" appear
ed od the ground with a pure American
Ticket, and Walked along regardless of the
storm, and the scowls of the Irish or
Choctaws, on the counting of ballots atths
cltteo their ticket was found to have re
ceived for every candidate an avorage ma
jority of 148. Sam had seven out of (he
eight Supervisors heard from, and will get
two more, giving him a majority in the
Otsego County. Last full this county
gave the American ticket 658 votes. At
the recent town elections Sam elected 20
uut of 24 Supervisors. -
In fovjr ojhor towns heard from tho A'
mevienns have elected two Supervisors.
The board will probably contain six Ameri
eanj to four of all others.
Wiohino County. The Board of Su-
penisois of Wyoming counly stands thus,
there being sixteen towns iq thocountv
-Americans or Know Nothings,8; Whigs,
8; Democrats, 3; Abolitionist, 1; in
Okldia CocNTr. In Annsville, vSam"
walked right on over his enemies, in the
sin) e of a fu.-ion tickot, and tho Ameri
can ticket was elected throughout, by from
150 to 190 majority.
Lks, KonLY done urn ditty .-The Ameri
can ticket elected by majorities from 200 to
Western, wholo American ticket elected
hy from 70 to 240 mnjorily.
Camden elected all tho American ticket,
hy 54 majoiity, except Town Cleik, who
lust his election by four votes.
The Oli Bay State All Right. In
Newton Coi ner, Sam licked tho "old fog
ies" biuJly, iictwnlhgtnnding they run a
citizens' ticket nnd mndo a great fuss.
In New Market, tho old parties, nfier
having for the first time come into clone
union, communion mid amalgamation for
tho (to them) paramount puiposo of de
feating "Sam," were completely routed,
"horse, foot and dragoons," and the wholu
American ticket eluded by a handsome
In Weymouth, the American party bod
everything their own way.
ViituiKiA Nominations. The Organ at
Washington, in noticing the American
ticket in Virginia, says:
The Virginia ticket is ono of which any
party might be proud, even in tho mos
glorious days of tho republic. It bears the
names of men of unsullied political and
private integrity, of the purest patriotism,
the most exalted talents, and the first or
der of statesmanship. If tho American
party in tho other Southern Hlatos, whero
elections aro yet to bo held, shall make
equally unexceptionable nominations, it
will present to the country an array of can-
diddles which may well make. the spurious
Democracy itcmuio ut, uie ruiriouiion
which awaits them for their abuse of their
KOXITII VA IEOLIJVA.
Rip Van Winkijs Awake! In Greens
boro' N. C. Sam walks over the course
in announcing tlio result, ono pam a sons
writes as follows: "Sam isswake in these
parts, and tho work goes bravely on.
Yesterday our town was released from the
bondage of Irish Catholicism, under which
she has groaned for yenrs, for, of our five
Councilmen, two were Irish Romanists of
the deepustdyo. We anticipate like re
sults throughout the State, and when our
summer elections como off, we opine no
man can obtain political preferment, who
does not heartily subscribes to tho Ameri
In Wadesboro,' on tho 27th ult., an o
lcction was held, nnd tho Know Nothing
ticket received fifty-two votes for magis
trate, of police, and and town council,
while tho other tickot only got five.
Sam in tub l'JAitsKY8."Tho Spring e-
leclions in New Jersey nrc ncarlyover.aud
never has there been more excitement than
at these comparatively unimportant elec
tions. Whigs, Democrats, AbolitionistB.
Anti-Temperance, fcc., all united in "fu
sion" tickets against the Know Nothings
or American party.
But all was in voin; "Sam" had passed
through the State on his way (o "sectari
an New Hampshire." The American
party, single-handed, met and routed tho
combiued forces of tho enemy, nnd the
"Jersey Blues," as in Revolutionary times,
swept the "allies" from tho field!
From Cupe May to tho Eastern part of
luu htato the ball is rolling on to victory.
In Burlington township, libellous pam
phlets, with statements, or so-called ex
posures, wire freely distributed, and the
Democrats and Whigs united, but were
routed by about seventy majority in favor
of tho Amorican ticket, out 71 1 votes.
A yew Finn.
Charles Milleb and 0. II. Pkhuy havo
opened a largo lot of Grocorios in tho room
formerly occupied by Ruber and KuU.
'fluey bave fitted up tba room iu good tante.
nnd aro wellpreparod to furahb the public
wilh a first ehiss arliclaof cvory tblog in the
Grocery line. Charley is an energetic and
worthy young man, a good Hloman and
a fittt doalor. Mr. Perry was formerly
Sheriff of this county, and is widely and
favorably known. We bespeak for the
new firm a liberal share of patronage.
The following daguerreotype likeness of
that mysterious personage, commonly call
ed "Sam" was drawn by the band of Die
eloqent Ratnkb, of North Carolina.' It is
a picture worth looking at. We . advise
our readers to "frame" and preserve it for
their children to look at:
"There is a certain personage abroad in
the land, at the sound of whose voice the
shackles of the party drop from the bands
of our people, like those of Pt ul and Silas
at tho approach of tbe angel. Alinongn
the echo of bis footsteps is not heard, yet
to the demagogue and party, back,: he is as
terrible its an army "with banners." He
isio magician,"" and yet a touch of, bis
wand, like that of the spear of Iihuriel,
causes tho mask to drop from the face of
hypocrisy, and exposes sulurliness and par
ty bigotry in all their deformity. He comes
with his "fan in his baud, and he purges
the floor" as be goes. They call him
"Sam." But it is not "Uuclo Sam.''
Uncle Sam is venerable in years, with a
sound head and an honest heart. But be is
growing old, bent iu" form, bowed down
with heavy burdens which the lazy, and
avaricious, the cunning and selfish, have
heaped upon his shoulders and compelled
him to wear. 1 Ins person to wnom l al
lude is the first born and dutiful son. He
has como to his father's relief. With all
tho wisdom and honesty of his sire, be
possess.es the buoyancy, tho vigor nnd
strength of youth. His muscles are clastic
and smews tough. His mission is to visit
every city, town and hamlet in the land.
He is equally at homo in tho mansions of
the great and the cottage of the lowly.
Ho takes his seat at tho council board of
tho wise, and ministers at tbe couch of tha
aOlictcd. He whispers the word of hope,
which nerves the arm of the meebnnio in
his workshop, and walks beside the farmer
as ho turns up the furrows of his field.
His march is ever onward. Ho passes
rivers at a bound, scales mountains at a
leap, and through swamp and forest ho
never loses his way. lie never stops, ex
cept to drop a tear upon tho grave of some
revolutionary hero, for his heart is as ten
der as his nerves arj strong. Ho wntches
around our dwellings when we are asleep &
slumber never weiglisheuvy on his eyelids.
Ho carries in his hand the Hag of his coun
try, which has so often withstood the bai
lie and the breeze. The halo of freedom
beams upon his countenance, and tho ene
mies of tho Union fly at his coming, like
kites nnd crows ot tho eagle's swoop. He
never strikes without warning, but when
ha does, tho edge of his claymore severs
joints and marrow, nnd a lmcatomb falls at
every blow. Tho creed of his faith is the
... . . . ST 1
constitution or Ins country, ana outlier ana
Washington are his two great exemplars of
religious and civil freedom. Bars nnd
bobs cannot screen tho chicanery of mid
night caucuses from his ken, and convent
wiills cannot be built too high for him to
scale. Chattering demagogues grow dumb
at his approach, and bishop's mitre and
Jesuits robe fall from the head of pamper
ed insolence and skulking knavery at its
touch. He cheers the hearts of the hon
est, patriotic and good, with the smilu of a
hero at their country's deliverance and to
iho wicked, the hypocritical, tho selfish, he
sneaks their day of doom. After having
gone Ins destined rounu, lie will nnisn ins
labors by lashing, with tho thongs of pop
ular indignation, from tho temple of legis
lation at Washington, tlioso who havo been
dosccrating freedom's rltnrs by offering
victims t political idols. After such a
herculean labor, he will need at least four
year's repose, which ho will spend in tho
"White House." When he retires again
to private life, ho will leave his warning
admonition with his countrymen, to pre
serve our institutions from evil and corrupt
ing tendencies of foreign and Roman Cath
olic influences; and to maintain and defend
iho Union, to ehorish a cordial, habitual
and immovable attachment to it; accustom
ing themselves to think and speak of it as
the palladium of their political safety and
prosperity; nnd watching fur its prosoiva-
lion with zealous anxiety.
Have You Seen Saiut
i es; says tho Raleish Star, we met
him on Main street, a few days since,
and we knew it was he the moment we
laid eyes on him. Ho is a noble, inde
pendent, manly looking fellow. Patriot'
ism and love of country aro stamped upon
every lineament of bis face, and a jealous
regard for the interest of his native soil
was evinced in every movemont indeed,
wo may say, ho is a sharp sighted gentle
man, and can tell a bogus from a simon
puro artiulo almost at a glance. He is i
thorough republican, and loves to grasp
tho hard hand of honest toil and industry,
ana cull linn brother, lie rocoiruizes all
tho sons of America as equals in tho hon
ors, oflioos, glory and emoluments of our
common country, and if, perchance, he
meets with a son of the Emerald Isle, La
Boll Franco, tho Fatherland, or what
country elso, he is ready to throw around
him tho protective regis of our laws and
constitutions, as long as ho is content
with bur constitutional protection but
when armies aro to be led our constitu
tion and laws are to bo administered, and
rulors to bo chosen, ho insists upon it that
uative-born sons of America shall com
mand, expound and administer our con
stitution .and laws, and rule and man
age the affairs and destiny . of Ameri
ca. . "''."
Reader this is Sam's picture. How
Jo you liko it? ' Is he uot a One-looking
Wo have said Sam has a 8harpye, and
can readily detect a counterfeit man.
Wo saw this exemplified. A chap crav
ed an introduction to his Samship; but he
discovered at a glunco tho Judas in his
eye, and ho turned upon his heel, and re
fused to defile bis fingers with him. Evor
since then, that samo chop has been tra
ducing Sara calling him all sorts of bard
names, and abusing in the most approved
billingagato slang every mnmber of his
illustrious and numorous family. This sin
gle instance shows how readily he can dis
tinguish a Judas, whether he come search
ing tot dime; or for office. : '
Sam firmly believes in the following
Terse irom ono oi u. w . iioimer poems:
"luuMtin vvuiitryiiivii, unit nj lOOMPD Wttjl
Too apt to purr ftt.r'rritriir.gor. prnlsa)
xiut M in. sirana-vr WHcb iny snoa.a or lawa.
Off got. lat velrvl, and out com 0 lws.
JTS""The Common Schoolsof this coun
try are institutions of Heresy and Infidoli
ty." Farewell Sermon of th$ BUlop of
re. -"' ' :','
Will the editors of the Engle comment
on the above text? It is a fruitful theme,
and well calculated to call forth the irre-
sistable eloquence of Patrick Henry, jr.
He can well exclaim, in the language of
his illustrious senior, "if this be treason
make the most of it." Don't be afraid,
gentlemen "sound the alarm!" , '
JSTlt is now asccrtainod that the
teen hundred men the Ohio reported
as having left the Know Nothing lodges in
New Hampshire, only succeeded in get
ling as far as the ballot-box, and after bar
ing paid their respects to "Sam" returned
in good order to their respective councils.
This is what the b'hoys would call a "left
handed leave ' '
X5TAs we have not yet secured a copy'
wright for the election returns published
in last week's and to-day's Gazette, the
Eagle cm extract with impunity. "A
hint to tho wise is sufficient."
XSTWe respectfully invite the attention
of tho editors of tho Eagle to the election
returns to be found in another column of
to-day's Gazette, they may bo of inter
est to some of their readers.
Dkatii ok Francis Maiiion Ellis.
Wo regret to bo under tho necessity of
announcing the death ot f. M. JMlis, Lite
editor of the Ohio Eagle. HoMpxpired on
Saturday morning at the house of Chas.
G. Deshler in this city of consumption, in
111s Join year. Uluo statesman.
JEsTStacy House at Zanesville, clos
cd on Tuesday last. On Thursday after
noon at G o.clock, the third story of the
east wing was destroyed by fire loss in
furniture and building between $3,000
and 94,000 insured.
ir? S EUK A I.0 1 A llil I o rm I (1 ii bl o (11 sc n so , wh Joh
ivuma M I'uiliu tile mil in iiij su'iuilB, J IU1UI lllve U1U
giv ioi;:trur's hpauiMii Aiixluri'.
Air. P. Kfivilun. fiirmurlv of thn A.tar Ilnniie. Nir
Yurk. and into proprietor of tlio Kxehunire Hotel
Klrlunond. Virsrtnlii. Isonenf the hiimlrutls who have
Ihh'U cured of severe Xoumlgla, hy Carter's SpauUh
Since his euro, he has recommended It to nnmhers
or others, who were Hunurlni; with nearly overy rorni
of dUoasu. with the moat wonderful suecKs.
Ho suys it Is tho inostextriiurdlnnry medicine he has
ever seen uvcu, mid tho best blooii purlller known.
. See advertisement In another column.
On tha 15lhlnt.,hyHer. H. M. Hrlsrlit. Mr. VALKN
TI.NK HA KNilAIIT nnd Miss CYST1HA KICK, both
oi ruimoiu county, uuio.
On the S3nd hut., by the snme Mr. HESHY W
I'KTKUN anil Mi IIEMUE1TA KUULli, both of
ruirueiu couni), uuio.
On tho SSih Inst.. by G. Rtelnmnn V.rn., Mr. WILLIAM
L' U IVl'lui'll u...l K' t V . 1 . - V. ... ... ..!.. ..i. ..
ru.i.ivipvv tuu .iii.iui nLiiviit ikiiiiui 11115 1115
On the 15th Inst., hy the Rev. James T. Finch. Mr.
GKOKGK HITK iiud MissMAKTHA STARK, both of
llUCKIIIg couni) , unio.
On the snme d.ij, by tho sumo, Mr. BENJAMIN
HHKHIIICK nnd .Miss KL1CA 111C1II LI.Yl)Ji,-botli of
ureeiiiniiu lowusiup, riocaiua; count)', uiuo.
On the'i.'ilh of March, 1HM, by tho Hov. Jnmes T'
Finch. Mr. 1IAVIU U. El. UK hi und Miss MAUI HA
VA3 1)1 HE, of Nupir Groro, Fuirlield comity, Ohio.
Deuth of the I'iilitor.
It has become our pulnful jluty to announce that
BENJAMIN ONWAUI, Esq., editor and publisher of
this ptilier, expired oil riiitiinliiy ufiorliooii, the I'th
inst. For the lust eltclit or nine months our readers
were from 11 in w to ti ui o iifnr.mHl of tbo alula of lilt,
heultSi bo nu. I met tn torm of Itojiu. uml noiuoliiiu'R
otburwUo. HisllHuiiitu liuvliiff be coin o vtirontc anil
leoitly ted, roaUluil cvory cflorl uf thu lii'si merit-
cm I (till, I i.rt lintf coiirttltiition ut lonnth siiccunibori,
nml lie sunk rtiUlLy though (foully Into thu urrnn of
rifiiili, retaining to tho lust tho full tUrvngtU of his
jur. unVAi.D wim oorn in us iincton counlv. Murv-
luntl, in April. Ho erved a ruirularnitiireuiitu-
nhipto thu lirlntliiff bunim-ss with tho lutu Tuom&i
OHitvr or iiugurHtuwu, MuM und hnhitf cm lowed
hy iiuiuru with lutL'tllPiicti und (lukkncds t'Aituntlul
inajfood printurt hu uoou botumo uu acconipliabed
IltHllrHtoiileriirlso In llfe,unorlhG close of his term nf
niiri!iitl('t.'slii,Hus thu orttublihiiivi.t In April, Ih-jii, In
coiiin'ction w Uli Gon. Griihuk Sanubrmin. of (ho LAN-CASTl-.K
Oil 10 GAZKIlli, und fun tin tied n )Hrt
nronrli'tor mid udltur fortlirt'oit'iirn. wln-u UiudemUti
uf tiis mother rundvrvd it itocutsury for him to sell out
niiu rt uirn iu tuuryibnu. Jiiat tuijiur sun uxuts ana
bL'nru a hizh ohuruitur.
Ut soon ufturwurda lccame ooolttteil with tho lute
Mr. pRiTTH, In the iiubllciition uf thu 'iuMDKRtoi'uoii
Winn, a impor Hhit-h for iMufuluorm und iiilluuneu U
u ice I led hy uoiiu In thu tnturlor of thu Statu.
In tlio Siiriuir of ho nrrlvtMl In Klttftiiiilnir. nnd
took rliortro of the Kittamninu Uaxkttr, upon tho ru
tiruiutMil of Jntiun Co I-Lit y, Knq,, nuJ eontlnuod to
Itfttiu tlm pupur under thnt imino for throu )iM.r. m Ikmi
nu iKHiiiiiu iiropnutor.iu.u ciiutigua thu iiuiuo to thnt
vhlrli It KtlLl lumrs.
On thu tiu-oiiihiK of Oon. Harrison's admluldtratlon,
lnlH41,lie wus nppolnled Hoituitulur nt Unit plmu,
wliU liolllcu ho niiruud Mhorllv uftttr thu Iniiuirunitlon
of iMr. 1'oi.k. Althutpuriod ho was eluttud JiiHtit'u
of thu fouctf, un oUito ho voiillitued to hold until tho
day of Ills dttath.
in wcry rulitttoiitnlirn Mr. Oswald whs faithful und
true nud In iioruapuildtd ho ever duvintu from tho
imth of pociitudo. Ho wanuver Arm. as mi editor. In
Hhul liu uuliuvudtob ripht.mid muiiitulned his points
with untiring xoulaud will-diroi-li'd skill. Ho wim u
ruady and fori'lblu writer; and If thu nrrnw ho shot
woru ftomutluics shnrp, they wero never barbed nor
iioisonea. no wou luu lovu ana coniiduucft of bin no
llllriil friends, and thu respect and often the cstuum
or his opponent, for a porloU or twuiity-iiuio years
ho continued to dlnchnru thu onerous and rotiponsl
ble duties of editor, auvoutueu of which wero spent
iu this place.
As a uinjriiitraio ho was upright and Judicious, and
ovur enjoyed the counuoiico or mo community to u ue
jcroe rarely eipjuled. Asa citizen hu wus uverfrcudy
to utd by his Influence and exertions every object
which cumiuended tUolf to hi lodgment uu conducive
to thu woli-tiulnir of society. In thu moru endeared
Minions of domestic life he wus nil that could be de
sired, and Itwasiu tbo bosom uf hi fumily that hu
spent his leisure hours and round his blithest enjoy
ment. As a Christian his ploty wus modeitt aud unob
trusive Kriucntod in thu Lutheran Church, ho con
tluued a mo tuber until recently; when, owlnfr, to tho
absnucu of staled services lu that communion, he at
taclied himself to tho Kpist-opal Cliurcb. Hero wus
the source of his virtues in uctivo llfo, and heiico he
urew lus eo n two nee and eousoiul on us ho watched
thu llow but sure approach of death, during hUtodlous
uiiu painiui iiinesH. tie uepuneti in peace, aim uu
resis iu nope. Atttanmtng (ft.) W treat
Geo, W. MacElroy.
Attorney and Contisellor nt I-nv aud
OFFICK Couucll's Kow, doors south of the Post
Unorstor, Ohio, March IS, 18M iS
TY Iho Ii
lain Ijiw ofConfroM, each of tlio
irs. Miislctuiisdi rrivutimwhuth'
rs.Viiliintoors.Haiiirors or Militlu
riularly mustaruil Into sorvliru In any of
tlm Wars or the United Status since 171111.
anil in cuso of iloath, thulr willows, anil if
no willows ttmn tliwlr minor chililron am
enlltlt'il to Covemmont warrants fur HiO
acres of Iiiiii 4r whero warrunts have boun
Issued for a less amount, then the complu
lent of llie loo Acres.
Havlna' sum. aicnerlenee lu this business.
i win aiienu pnuupiiy ui tn. Torwaruiiiff ana eoliuo
uon or uieso claims. OKU. w. Mac KI.KUY AU'y
t'ounell's Kow, tl doors south of lb. Post Office.
Laucuslcr, March IS, HSi.
THK QaullDi'il Voters of the City of Lancaster, will
moot ou Moiiflay (be Slid dujr of April
next, at the followiug place, wllhlu tbolr ruspaciiva
, .riis, ri'n ii:
In Ward Uu. I, at the Offlco of J. Emblch, Bcecher'
III Ward No.a.ul ( lurk's Ofllre.ln Public RulldliiRs
in nam no. a, at tne uazeti. (imce.rosi wmee froul
in n ml no. J, at tho City Hall, to vlocl the follow,
lliar t'meers, iii-wii:
I Mayor, for the term of two years;
1 City Solicitor, for the term of two years. -
City Treasurer, for the term of one year.
1 City Marshal, for the term of one yenr.
1 City Trustee f.ir each Ward, for the term J year..
1 Trustee for Water Works, for llie lonn of 3 years,
9 School Directors, for the term of throe yearv
4 Assessors, on. for each Ward.
JOHN 6ARAGI1TY, Mayor.
Lancaster, Ohio, March 1, lUii. a
Saddler,IIamesa Maker & Dnggf Trimmer,
, , , AMANDA, OHIO,
G"CTTILL nrnmntW attend to all buslnoss en
J VV trusiod tn his cure. Bolno- praetleal
S iland experienced workman, he fools confident
i that he can ronderKneral satisfaction to alt who
may favor him with 0.11. A "new broom sweep.
cum, uiu iij. UAlliai, JkX.lJfcK.
Amanda, February 1, 183 ljju
I Ilrlnl. mm E....JIIm mt tmm
I Lacaa(crt for Ike jemr cnams; t
8011 march, 1855.
flnUnoe n rulemeul of l(-ih .March, ISM 13,473 SO
Uaeeivcd for Imiiruvawmit liuec iiXl 36
iruu An, fcfilnKtfr for runainnK wnarr 19 in
Jox pU KlukuuU for del UntW of
Orar Yard lot
T. Talliuailgtf fur earth
Ntckulaa Yumig furoltl ho6
Jairtea Cmunor arei:hiualer
Julia Garagkly Maur
Nurki'liuB.ier fur Mall rent
Tom 8. Slaughter fur reut
fur Koad Tax
Improvements made In 1S54
jrucer and Tavern Lluencua
t'onut) Tmaaurer for taxea of 1814
tut City purposes ..- V
Fire Oupartuieiil '
lK-llnqueuces of 1(53
' SOU UO
. 1.019 CO
Total Kvcuirita . i
Paid Georce Tarter for Lumber and Coal i 89
Y rruigbi and expenses ou buflue w uu
First pnyiiienlou Kniriue Bo3 06
"-. G. Sanderson, stationary and for pub-
11 cation of by-luns Iu 1M0 SO 00
.. same per diem allowance of 1849 5 50
W. F. Croud insurance premium on Engine IS UO
.. W. Binninircr Towu Clock 10 00
.... Johu iliClcllund icpuiriHK Town Fump 17 7s
Court charges in case vs. Green 17 7:1
.. 1. Comer, Marshal, Murkoliuaster of 1853 fi3 r. i
.. Charles Borland, .Solicitor 75 00
.. Jaiaes4'liUord taking cure obi fcrovoyard 5 00
.. J. Lilly tuxiyi refunded to 11. Myers IS
.. John Wallace removing nuisuncoa 4 i!5
.. fur wultuwiyuiua; City Hall 1 S
; .. Isaac Comur Hmr&hul fuea . 33 til
.. John Seurlea stationary 8 63
E. Kiehards aid to choura patients 3 M
.. Discount, ii.turest and exchai.jse on loans 90 04
.. T K Scowden.Kiieiiiecron VVuterworka 103 5
.. Samuel Herr making Surveying hturf 7s
.. Thomas Olderpliist.'ringutFublic building 10 bo
- Kicholas Youiiir Clerk pro tem X3 do
.. Getirjre Sanderson Grave Yard report 3 00
.. Little & Oreabui h l'ltcher and Coal lioxet S Si
.. James McMnnneiuy for Flouch 14 00,
.. (reoru Weaver for printing in 13 10 25'
.. Cost of suit vs William F.Toiiuant 3 37
.. L. Huchler refundiuff road tax 150
.. J. Klnki'ud piitllnguii part graveyard fence 27 let
I'lnlip Meneduiu lor Lumber and l.'oai 6 30
.. Samual Carpenter for FrullTreus S 00
William Uplield reuiisjion of taxes 111
.. W. Vorys Itoud Tux rfuuiied 1 50
.. J. A KhieOor dinner for Judjjei and Clerks
of Wanli No J, 3 and 4 d CO
.. Jacobl'Iy Treiuurer Four fund of 1853 380 48
.. Taxesoii public properly SI SI
.. John Guraghly .Major salary In turt 75 (Hi
.. John N. Littlo Truusurur of 13 413s
.. Same do leal 03 4-2
.. Luinbsr and liiboron Whnrr 1.1 IK)
.. ilalance 011 City Itonils J.lilri IK!
.. Furuiteniliu'r Eu-riue and repairs 47 05
.. As.ltiiR Surveyur Dill
.. S. Shaw City bum-oar ) 50
.. O. S. Williams do 73 SO
.. KameCily Clerk 15 00
" forrepalriui; f.'iice and putting up gato
lit Gravel Hunk SI PC
for Blacksmlthiiiu 12 1'i
.. fur repalrsnt Market House 8 0'
.. Tom K. Slaughter for printing 40 110
., Thomas Sliannon for work 188 03
.. Member of Council p or del in allow-
unco uf 1C33 IBS 50
do do 1H54 la part r u!
.. CoHimltle of Safely services IS Hi
.. Street Committee do 00 (10
.. Juilire and t.'lerksof Eloctlons 5d 50
.. V. Embicli room rent for Election In
lfi3 and 1C34 7 Wl
.. John 11. Heed City Clerk 43
.. Deputy Marshals 7S 00
.. John Wallace KupcrvUor 514 23
.. K. Kichnnls Marniil and Markolmnstor I 35
.. James Weaver Juil Fees SO B7
.. Miiitiila.iters redeemed 15 50
.. I.abur, cartlnir und ploiifrhlng G7.t 30
.. J. G. Clem fur Curb Stone 153 UO
.. Ilo:ier d: Shurkcy eroding cxtenlion
of Walnut Mreet 614 14
.. Sundries fur Paving Stones 170 73
.. Haiimastermid Brother suiting curbing 375 111
.. W illiam Munlux for paving gutters SOO 00
.. David Cowden for put ing sidewalks 578 Ui
Total Expenditures 9.5?3 3
Dalnnco In the hands of Treasurer t 4 10 51
A sseteoueut of Improvements uot collected l.li6
Good nuiesmid claims 70 34
Due on 1st April frouiT. S. slaughter rent lnu no
Due from Market Muster tilai i on stall rents 55 03
I II A K I.C.N DltbSBACIl, Frcsldent.
G. S. WILLIAMS, City Clerk. March 3V, 1,-0 J
rTlHF. unilcraigneil will open about tho FIRST of
l A! AKI II. 011 Main Mreel, LaiiciiNter, a couiplele
Siocti at )ioi'Hsv. ui-'. (jlufm-tvuro und
l.rltunlit t tirct Willi a view or doing 11 wnoio
sale nnd retell builuess. IIOAN Of STEVVAKT.
Luucusler, Febrnury 23, 1C55 43
Valuable fiarni for Sale.
A FARM contalniinrS!" Aert's.on thu watery
l of tMo:ircre!k,lr. MuriUoii township, known
rSi5iw the Woir. Kurin.n with uu oxcellent walei
.ifc riviU't:(i, will be sold by thu undersigned, ut
private tune, for terms apt'v io
Lancuster. Juno 7, 1834
HAS JUST HECE1VED AT THE
CITY BOOK STORE
RtTttii'sTrnntlas.prk'o y. Hwun's Manuel, 81,23.
iiuncasiur, Auvumuur uj, in.rt .v
ATTORNEY AND CnrNSGI.I.OR AT LAW, JI'STirg OF
inn and uicn an a l land au(xt,
WTfrTIM.Rlvo attention to the purrlnmlnr nniHollIr.l
V or limil bttiitu, also, lu tuo rocurlii(f or
sloiisnml liimil Laiitls.
ill r U K In tun ItricK liluiK, nroriy nppnsu.
Ilut'klni; Valley Hunk. muy 10 fii
JEFFRIES, WOOD & CO.,
JEFFRIES, I'KATT aV WOOD,
OBWAulUNG & ttnil'.lSMO.N MERCHANTS
FLOUR, LIME, SALT AND PRODUCE,
New Warehouse, Junction of Rail Xtond
otid Hocking Valley Cunnl.
VtrTK are ttrctiiircd lo hatulle floods of all dcscrln1
W lions at the lowest possible rates nnd with the
utiuusl despatch, Mars- Ouedt tart mf Jrffriet. ffoeiJJC
C, Lancaster. (Mie.) All Goods consli'lioil to us
slinll receive nrotnnt iittention, otiffor Irunsblpmon
will nu rorwnruuu tue iiuu-itest mm uy the cncupesi
im.hsiIiIo modu. Ity strict altontioii to biHtueM we
.0 to receive und merit the imtrnnnee of tin imliUc.
February li-'.lHaj. Jbi'fKlbh, WUUJJ iV LU.
FAUITlEUSf LOOK to your ITKItEST,
Wantud immetiiHtcly, AO,000 biihlu Coro,
" 20.000 " AVhcat,
Fur Mck w$ will pay tki highest market fries in tush.
TA V1NG eMtublUhed ourselves In the produce bu
II ilnens, Fur in era can ut all times sell us ull kinds
of li rain for the cash ut market prices. Another ob
ject we can welch your entire loud alone druucht und
unload wild hair iu timooraiiy other v iiaretiouse in
Laucuster. As our it I mi Is entirely now, to ull wo in-
vile hivestljrntlon. JKPKKIKS, WOJD dc CO.
Luncustor, f orbruary , lb6 42
W'K AltB ALSO AGKNT8 FO TUB
Peacock's Improved Steel Plow,
Wurnoteol in all respects cqunl nud iu
time Superior to auy other uuw in use
f 1V1IS factory has been tu operation during tbo lust
D :t3 voars. but for the last few vears their atten
tion has been plveu particularly to the Improvement
or mu Meoi Moia-noaru now. Any amount 01 .neo
als, Diplomas Ace., curt be shown, but we rely more 011
the reports of farmers from different parts of the
country, where they havo been In competition with
other popular flows, than w do on their being Judg
ed by slighter even a slight trial nt n fulr.
A large (insert 1 11 out of the di lie rent sizes constantly
on hand, which can bo seen at our warehouse or by en
quiry lit our Hook .Store 45 Malu St., White1 Block,
Every Flow sold by us is warranted.
Fob. i ( 18o5. JtiFFttlKS, WOOD & Co.
BOO K SXST ATI O N ER Y
fTAVINO purchased tho entire stork of tlie Bos.
ten ueoH Mure, we huvenlreaiiT maile larire ad.
dllliins thereto & Intend to increase tlie slock of biith
Bonks 01 Ktatlnnery.and koep constantly on hand Ihe
larKostaiul bestassiirtiuent ever in tlie county wlilrll
will he sold (fur cash only) cheaper than can he
bought al any Bunk Store In Lancaster or vicinity.
And what we say l true.
To our old Prlendsand Cnstomera anil lo the cltl.
sens of Lancaster, Falrllnldand adjolnlnc towns and
counties, we respectfully Invite to call and examine
for thomsolves. JKPKK1KK, WOOD rV Co.
Affenls fur tha tha Adams' Kxiiress Co., Main st.,
Lancaster, Ohio. Feb. S3, IBM ii.
I his New H,
subscriber has removed his establlshmonnslto'
moms jv.riasiifs.wuia strut, ovtr Zis
us lltled them un In a stvle iinsitrnaMntl
ill the West. He hopes that the publle will appreciate
his efforts lo please and extend to him a liberal patron
ago. Kvery thing has been dona that could bo done lo
ensure success In every department of the art, and hia
plctui-esrannot be surpassed. V..M.OHIS WOI.I).
N. B. Persons wishing to loam the art will have great
facilities for doing no hero.
Hours from o'clock A. M. until 5 o'clock P.M.
. Lancaster, November 18. 18S3 S8
TnB subscriber resectrully Inform his friends and
public In general, that he has much enlarged his
STUCK OF GROCERIES,
aa to the variety. Ho hat lust opened and hat for tale
i stl"!"1.. " " 1 TUnilnnil of tho best quality.
tfjiSJAIso, best Pickling Vitiearar, and
a small Slack of Dry Oaaxla to suit customer!
all of which will be sold low for cash orapproved eoun
try produce at hi. Old stand, eorner of It road 1 1 1
Winding Streets, and Dearly opposite the I roadwar
Hotel. 1. CH0HCH
N. B. Butler, Bacon, Lard and Corn Meal wanted
Lancaster, tjtptsmb.r si, 1US4 80 ;
LEO A Is ADVERTISEMENTS.
Tit '' Osi, ftirffld Cflf, .
PtTR.SU AT to the com maud of an order for sale
from the Court of Common Fleas of said comity
aud to mo dtrectud, I will offer at publle aale at the
Court House In Lancaster, on 5urHrWeraSHr Wny
Afrit jt. . IH5S, between the hours of 10 o'clock A.M.
aud 4 o'clock F. M. tbe following described Keal En
isle, to-wll: Situate In the county of Puirrletd and Mtale
of Ohio, being the equal and uudlvided half of Lot No.
8 In Square No. 4, In the Kaslern addition to the town
01 naiuiuore. Aim, lit no. and s in ma central aa
illtton loth town of Baltimore, excepting 35 fjot o
tho South aide nfloi No. 8 llto lost named. The audi,
vided half of Lot No. 8 Brat above warned, valued al
t;Sl Lot No. 8 In the central suldltlon valued at S0;
t No. 9 valued al 1 175. Alan, at Iho sums time and
plane, one oqiuil an.l.omllvliled half of all (ho Machi
nery belongingto the Factor which it erected on lot;
N0.8. Alsi, aCoudeuseraud Fewer Loom and flnin-'
iur Machinery left In the old Faetarv sit 111110 on LuC
No. 9 is the tow n of Balliiaaro. Tcrnis of K.ile cash.
lob sold as the property nf George H: Housur and
Ruamaklswlfe at the sultof Kilwanl Calkins.
WILLIAM POrTF.lt Uteri.
Bv C. M. L. WISEMAN. Deniitv.
Huktek Dauouirtv, Att'ya March 33-5w40pft4iO
r Srite Oaia. Fairtel f.s.fv. s.
PURSUANT ta the command of nil order for sale
from the Court of Common Flj. nt F,.lrH.,IJ
county, and to me directed, I will offer ut public sale
at the Court House in Laneanter.on SKkrWav (
WVJipmji.ii. ieoouetwueu me hours of 10 o'clock
A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. tbo following dotcribed
Real Ejliilo, lo-wit: Iu-Lots nu lubers 4U und 47 la the
town of Oakland in Fairneld co'unlv.Ohio.
Valued at, for Lot No. 4(1. 835. fur Lot No. 47 is" r.fl.
To be sold nstbe liroperlv of Thomas Cain, finon-n
Cain, John Cain, William Cain und Emanuel Shupeal
tbesuit of George Wolf. Termsof sale cash.
WILLIAM FOT1 EU.Kueriir. .
By C. M. L. WISEMAN. Deputv.
Stimcbcoki St Suw, Atly'a AIarch3 5w40pl3
Sheriff's Snle. 1
PTIRHUANT to U10 eoniniaud of an order for aale
from Iho Court of Common Pleas In nml r..r ai,i
Counly of Fuirlield uml 10 mu directed,! will offer at
puiuic snie at me lourt bouse In Lancaster, uli aur.
day thtHthtia tf Jlpril A. I). IMS, botwocn the houn
of 10 o'clock A. M. anil 4 o'clock P. M.. the following.
ilescnbed Keul Estntu. tu-wit: situate in the r'i,ttr.iv r
rairneiu 01 mute of O.. llie norm tiniroriHe No t iwo.t
Quarter of Section number (34 Township number
(13) thirteen. Range number (10) nineteen in suld coun
ty, coiilulnlug eighty acres more or Less, valued at four
dollars per ucre. To bo sold us tho oronertv of Kiln.
iiiruw, rt.-u ixreen ano jumes m. rruu at 1110 suit of
Cornelius Meeurod. Mi. 4:m coile.)
Terms of sale cash. WILLIAM POTTER, Sheriff.
Ilv ('. M. I.. WISKMAN. Ik
Mxbtim & Scni.en ii,'Att'ys March 33-5w4liIil93
ShcriU'j Snle. .
The Stall of Ohio. Fairieli C.
TJITHSUANT to the coiiiniund of an order for snle,
JL from the Court of Common Picas, ofauid comity
of Fairfield, uud to mu directed. I will oil, .rat nuMi,.
sale at the Court House on SaturJat the Slit day of
..p. ... uciiiuuii me Hours oi 10 II cieca A.
A. uud 4 o'clock P. M. tlio following doscri bod real
estate, to-wil: The undivided hulfof tract of land
ow ned by Peter Sites and on which he resided nt the
time ortils dentil. In Iho north part of Sections S!8 anil
2i)inT. Ii K. 18, estimated to contuiu sixty-two uud
:-lU0 ucrcs, valued ut I13 per acre.
Also, ono other trim adjoining tho above on tho
somu uiiu uiviiiuu iroiu iiieuiioveirnct ny u lino run-
iiiiij; eiihi aim wu.-ii mruuii lue nuiiille oi llie sprhiir,
nnd which wus sold to Nicholas lluery by a:iid Petur
Miles lu his lilt tune, containing about iiinoly-tlvu (Uj)
acres, and la bounded on llie south bv tlio landsoi'
Christian King's heirs except ubout eight or ton acres
soiu uy r ruuerit-K Mies to sain c. King oil or Iho'snulh
smeoi sum .uiuoiy-iive acru tract; vuiuea at J34 nor
Also, ono other tract lyin wcstoflhetwo tracUo
bovu iiientliinud,ustiiui,ied to contain fifty-four acres.
re or loss m sectinn ail, anil 001114 the sniuo tract ou
which froiiuru-K sites now llvesntiu wlifch wusciin.
veyed to him by sold Peter Rites in his lifetime: v.il
ued at 845 ier acre, all of which lands boluuirod to the
original triict owned br said Peter Sites now deceased.
and being all the lauds Unit llie aa Id Frederick Sites
owns or hasuiiy Interest In, in suld Sections iW and ill,
to bo sold as the property of Frederick Siles at the
suit 01 jviiu a l oiiinsuscxucuioroi rotersitos, do
ceased. (So. 401 Code.)
J erinsofsulu, cit.-th. 1 ' '
Bhasw & Son, Ally's. VM. POTTKM, Sheriff. ;
uy 1. 1.. v iribiMAA, iiejiuiy.
Lancaster, March IS, leii 5w4.i.
Tht Stall of Ohio, Fairtitlil Ctiunt, itr.
Tho Court of Common Pious uf Fairfield CouutytOhlol
reiiiiou io loreciose, oic. iv . couo.
John A. Collins, Plulutiu.
Kelson Pontes nnd Hester llrudsbnw, John Rober and
Daniel Kuu, purluers ill trudu under the name and
firm oT Uebor and KnU, Daniel HiH'ord and William
Pitt Creed, Admlnilrutors of itie Kstale of John
Creed dec, and Jiimes Wliite, Pufeudauts.
"h Y virtue of uu nrd-jr of sale to mo directed In tho
p above cause by the Court of 4Joiniiiou Pleas of
said County, 1 w ill oiler una expose to Rule ut public
mine und out-cry ut thu door of the Court House iu
the City nf Lancaster, in suid County and State, 011 Sa-
taruay tfie iltt nay oj Jtpru. A. '. IrdJ, oeiwoen llie
hours nt liiirciocK A. M. nml 4 o clock v. m. or said
ilav. the following Keal Eitnlu sltili-.te In tbe Coilnlv
of 1-airlleld uud Slute of Ohio, to-w lt: lli-IH iiuiuber
two (No. 9) in Hart's sub-division of Out-Lot number
two (No. 21 and the Wusi half ol'Out-Lot nnmber tlirea
Co.:t,) INurtli or and aojolulng the 1 own or iiancaslor
In said County, excepting sovon (7) feet and six (o)
incites fronting 011 Hroud Street, otf Uie North side of
siuil Lol.nnd riiuning back bjlween nurailei pneitliul
width to an alley in tho rear of said Lot. Io bo aildas
tlie liroiiertv of said Uefcndanls Nelson Coales and
Hester liradshaw lo satlnfy liidg'l ngnlnst them In tills
cuuse lu favor of said PlatutlUs for $-li4 Wl nud costs of
suit h uh interest iroiu 'jiiiu r uu. A. 11. if.u.
Alitirniied at ftlOUO. Terinaof sale cnsli In hand.
Go. W.Mac Ui.Ktu.pts. Atty. WM. POTTKH, ShorltT.
Murch 15, lH3.i-owl5 CM. L. W1SK.MAN, Deputy.
The Stateof Ohio, FairJIrld County II.
John W. Taylor & Wife pluliitills
s') In 1
t. S Bl"'
Mary Rickets, el als., dufeiidnn
Id Com. Pleas.
vlriuo r un order ofatklo from tho Court nf
Com moil Hi oiii in and IWuu.fl comity, nml to ino
tetl. 1 will nflVr ut nubllf upon the premises.
Ok Tue dan 'Ae iilfA day of April A. D, lhoTi. botwai'ii
thu lioiir of 10 o'clock A. M. und 4 o'clock P. M., tlio
follow i ii jr (kMcrihod lamls und tonomuntv to-wlt:-.
Lots No. No. 134. IVo.GT, no. 09, No. iU, No. ;u,iki. ii'J,
No. 03,fc No. 101, tu tlio town of Piukuriuirton, In thu
count) f FoTtMdoV Ktato of Ohio. Lot no.30 valued Ht
$J0,no. till ut 9-5. do. 6? ut94V5, no. uJut ;0,no.T0 tit
flt-0. no. ,U ut jU, no. OT ut $15, uo l3 ut 94U.no. JU1
Tonus ofsulo, ono third In hand, ono-lhlrd In ono
nnd ono third In two years, with Into rust on deferred
Iuvmuntrrom tho day of rtuto.
AUht.m & StiiLKK h, ttv. WM POTTKR, ShorltT.
Hy C. M. L.WUSE.MAN, Deputy.
La n caster, Mnrch 15, 1P55 5w45. -
Tfte Statt of 0Ai, Fuir field County, .
BY virtue of un execution, uku I nit nroporty, from
the Court of Common i'lua, in nnd for snid coun-
l), und to mo direvied, 1 wllloflVrut iullic niilu, at
the Court llouw. 1 11 Ifiincustur, on Saturdauth 21
daft of April) A, D. 1H53, between the hours of 10 o'
clock A. JV.UUU4 o ciock r. fti., me loiiowing oo-
scribed real estate, to-wlt: 'Hituiito in the ( ilv of
Laiu.stur. In tho eountvof Fuirtk-Ul.npd State of Ohio.
buinir the west half of In Lot number fix In thu
twrnuh snunro of baiiI city; valued nt 10 uu
Id u the nroimrtv of K. L. Slocuin ut the suit of
Murv l.ury.Otiurdian of the children of the lute Joseph
l onus of nuie. ensu
V. Van Tai'isr. Ally. WM. POTTER, ShorltT,
'. M. L. Wissmik, Deputy.
Lancaster, March 15, lfoo 6w45.
Tht Slate or Ohio. Fairfield Coantu.tl.
iUIISUAKT to tho command ofa second ordorfor
the sale of property from the Court of Common
s. in and for suid t'oulitv. and to ine directed. I will
offer at nubile anle at the I'onrt House In In the City
of Luili'aatcr, on Saturday tht Milt day of April. A.I).
15.1. between the hours of 10 n't-lnck A. M. and 4 o
clock f.M. of said duv, the following described Keul
Katulo, to wit: ln-Lols numbers 67 uiidfcMn the Kvrlh
western addition to the town of I. minister.
Vulneil ut Two Tlttiiiftiiiiil Hollars.
To be sold us the oronerty of George J. Bitter, at
the suit of T. W. Talliiiade. Terms of sule cash.
BaAStt oi.Son, AUernles WM. I'O'l'l Kit, hUorlfT.
Ilv l M. L. WISK.MAM. Deputy.
Manh 15, If33-Jw43pf3
Tht Start if Ohio, Fnlrfeli Coatftt, II.
PUHsli ANT lo the command of a second ordor for
sale from llieC'ourl of Common Plensof Fairfield
County, and to me directed, I will offer ut public sale,
ar Die Court House in tlie City of Lancaster, on Satur
dat the'iltt day of April, A. I). IHj.'i, betweeu the hours
of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock V. M. or said dny, llie
following described Kea' Kstate, to-wll: lu Lot nuin
bertril.lu Carpenter's addition to tlie town ofLancnster.
Valued uttllVS. To be sold as tha. properly of
Martin Hill, al the suit of John Arney.
Termsof snle cash.
llauK & Son, Ally's. WM. POTTER, Sheriff.
By C. M. L. WISK.MAN. Denuly..
Lancaster, Ohio, Murch l.", lfS4 Sw43pf$3
Jacob McGowon ) In Parlttion Fairlold .
John McGowen,et als. Common Plens.
V virtue of an order of sale to ino directed from
I J Uie Court of Common Plens for Fuirlield county,
Ohio, 1 will olfer and expose to sale by public vendue
and out-cry, nt the door of tho Court House, Ju said
county, on Saturday tht 14th day of April, next, bo.
tween the honrs often o'clock A. .M., uud 4 o'clock P.
M., of suld day, the following described Lands and
tenainouts to-wlti In Lot No. 7S iu tho town of JJusl
Kushvillo In snid county.
Terms of snle, one third In hand, one third In one
year and the remaining one-third tn two year, with
Interest on deferred payments from Ihe day of snle.
Appraised at tftdO. WM. POTTER, Sheriff.
March , 1145 44.
Peter Hlllyard, )
1TY vlrtuo of aa order ofsale to ma directed from
J the Court or l oinmon Pleat for Falrlleld county,
OliTo,4 will offer aud exposu to tale by publle vendue
and out-cry, nt the door of tlio Court House, In said
the houra of III o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., of
saiu uay.iue loiiowiug uoscrinea uinat anil tonomentt
to-wll: Part of tho South West quarter of Section No.
90 In township No. sixteen of range No, 17, containing
seventy-two acres free of any and all lucuraberances
Terms of tale, .ne-lhlrd In hand on.-ltitrd tn ona
year and the remaining oua-tlilrd In two year, with
Interest on deferred pay menu from day of sale. . .
Appraised at tit par Kara.
March 1, 185-44, WM. POTTIR, (h.rsfll
George Boffman tad Daniel Hoffman,)
Ann Marl Hoffman el a Is.
TtT virtue ofa i
writ of sale to me directed from thw
13 Court ofCommnn Plea. fir F.lrn.idl'ouuty,uhlo,
twill Oder and expo, to sat o. tmlurdai, April 14.
IH5J, between the hours of IU e'tlork A. M. and 4
o'clock P.M., to the hlo-heat bidder, the fulrnwtua
scrtbed Keul Kstnte, tti-wit: 1'tie f.ast balrof Uie at
halrofSecllon Mo. 4, Township Nu 14, Rns:e No. 10,
in said County, eoiitalitif Hrt acres. The Mine belnir;
tlie farm about3 luklos from lttucaster, on Uie Itoyul
ton Knad, lately occupied by Jacob lloirimtnjileevased.
floftt 67 of the purchase money subject to- Uteresl at
7 por cent, will be left In the hands of the purchaser
durlim tho life-time of Ann Maria Holliuan, and a
nor ileum Sinn sain wiuoa payanie to the heirs oC
the said Jaeoli. 0 he bslonco of the purchase- money
will be reijuireil as follows: onethlrd on the oay off
saleandth. balance In two eipial annual paymentav
wiiuinierfiii., iiurueimiie possession win oes;lveuto
the purchases. WILLIAM lOTTB,8heriir.
Aiari'iia, IrJi 5Wijij
to- Akrahant Hedges. Rllns A. Hedfrcs, William F.
Klco, Keiiecca lulllnan wtilow or lallniau,
Handford F. llillin and his wife Hncbel, William Ii.
Fountain aud his w ife Albluuh, George Huntwork:
and his wife Elizabeth, John K. Hcilaea ai.d Jcsms
F. lledcos, heirs of Joshua lledjroa deceased; Jona
than Kvcluud uud Kachel his wile, John 1 ill butt anil
Nuucy bis w ife, James A. Lucas aud Hebecca bis
wife.L'kurlesl'uul audAllcultia wife, Ann ai. JJiaow
es widow of ' Dishes, Abraham Ncdirea,
William Hoilires, Jesso lli'ilu;es. Kose Ann lleilfres,
and Man Hcdkrea, heirs of lsauc Hedires deceased.
YOU w ill take notice thut ou the twenty first day nf
Murch A. 1). If jo, the uuilerslciied Hied a pi-ti- .
tlon lu the Court nfCojumon Pleas of Fuirfleld coun
ly Ohio, where tbo snme is now pendilir, deniauilliis:
purtitionof the followliiB'premlse. sildnte tn said
coutiiyi oneunuroa aim one-ncre, purt f Ui. fiuitlt
Kust uuarter of section Hvo (5) Rsniru nltieteim mi.
Township fourteen (14), being the landa beiiiealhud
to theaald Jesse Hedpesby Ms father Jcsso iledjrus.by
awilldatodjtilylst IH15, adinttlod to l'obale on Ui.
second day of October A. 1), lfl3, and recorded In
iinoK SiiaKOSSof lhaKetorda of Wll Is for Fuirr)ol.l
Coutity v ,: . ,'i i i , . . ..s
At tiiu next term of said CourLnn annlicnilon will K
made by the undursiitned, foranonler that partition
iiiuvdo uiaueot uiu promisee., MAKY K. KICK.
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' 1 I--, . . . . j AOSDIyA Jill IS,
MurehtS, ltiii Iiw40pl05!3 .
Frobnte ' Notice. . -
KOTICE ishorcby given io sU persons Inler.nt.d,
that Ihe account and vouchers of John Brandon,
linistrulorofthe Estate of Isuaa W. M,..n .1.!
ceased, have been filed in the Probate Conrt for Fair-
Held County, Ohiu.hy said Administrator for inspectloa
and settlement, and said account will coin, on to ba
ucuru on ine inn uay or April next, or as soon ther.
ufteras mny be. V1HGIL B. HIIAW, Probata Judir '
Lancaster, March SW, lrii iii -..; t. -
PUOBATE NOTICE. ;
6TICE Is horjby given to all persons interested
Hint the accounts and vouchers of ihniunu. ..f
biaac Wilson, Kozin Grimes, William Milligau and
William M. Tciwnjend,
Alio the Guardian's accounts of Dnnlel Ha(ih.n.i,
Guardian of Martha A. Dudley, huvo been Died la
llie Probute Conrt of Fuirlield county, Ohio, for in
spection and settlement, nnd that said acconnlswlll
i-omo,on to be hoard ou the !!Ulh duv of Aitril. lf-.-ui i.r
as soon thureaflor us may be.
VIHGIL E. SIUW, PrcJudg.
March S9, ie53 17. j - '
PUOBATE NOTICE. '
TVTOTICK Islioroby given to all persons' Interested,
that the accounts uud vouchers of tlie eslalea of
John lirlght, Joseph Turner, John Campbell, - ;-
Also the Guardiun account of David Duuklo, have
been riled lu the Probate Court of Fuirtlold Counly for
luipui-Uoii uud settlement, and suid accounts will como
011 lube heard 011 the 6th duv of Anril next.orus nun
thereafter as may bo. .
V1HU1L, K. HHAW.Pro. Judr.
March Hth A. D. 11-55 45.
Estate of John Campbell.
OTICK is horeby given, that the undersigned ha
this day been annointed bv Ihe Probate Court,.?
airfield Counly. Ohio. Administrator Jm Av,. ... ,.r
the Kstate of Jolin Cnuipbell, deecused. All person,
interested will take notice and govern themselves ac
cordingly. JOHN K. MUil AL'Gll, AUiu'tor..
JUiirch IU, 1W3 lu-45
rartition Notice. "
Jacob Weaver, Peter Weaver, Adam Weaver, Daniel
"v",o'i """'"inn ni'sitir, auiio weaver, tinny
Wouver, minor, Samuel P. Weaver, David Weaver,
George Goss und Polly, his wife. George Fulti and
Catharine his wil'e.SylveslerS. Slieperdnnd Chri.-li-na
his wife, George Pope and Francis his wife, Jo
soph C. Turfliiigeraud Sarah bis wife, Benjamin .
Feciuan and Margaret his wife, Sumuel Cly and
Elizabeth liis wire, Htiurv Mien aud Maria M. hia
wife and Mary Weaver, widow,
TtS'ILI' take notice that on theSSnd dny of January,
V 135, John Weaver and Leonard Weuver nle4
a Petition upiinst them in the ofllce of Ilia Clerk of tha
Court of Common Pleas of Fairfield Counly, Ohio,
praying parlilimi of the East hair of KeCllon Nil. i,
Township No. li.uiidKiiiigeNu. 18, In Fuirlield coun
ty, except 44 acres off the South end thereof belonging
lo Solomon Spunglor, containing ;o, acres. And that
utlhu iioxtTerm of suid Court, apidicntioii will ba
made by suid Petitioners fur an order thut partition,
mny buinadeofnuiil premises.
Also, lii-l.ui No.5,lnf;ciiure Ho. IS. In the Tow
nuiuuioru, rairneiu i iuiliiv, unio.
, .. uliSKE su'.V, All'ya for Pclltl.uers.
March 13, 1855 w45 . . . ; . .
la Fairfield Common Pleas.
aKiilnnl 5 Blrorca.
Mareuret A. Townsonit, )
THK Defendant, whoso place of residence la
known, is hereby untitled that depositions will b
tukonlnlliiscusoby the Plaintiff at the office nf the Pro
bate Judge In the city or Kunusville, County of Mils
kiiigmn und male of Ohio, on the Oth, lh,ond IBtfc
davs oi' April, A. 1). ICSi, between the hours of eight
o'clock A. M. and uine o'clock P. M. ofeuchnfuid
days ST1NCHCOMH & HIIAW,
March 15, 1933 3w Atloriieysfor Politinnar.
ISJIAI. ESTATE FOB SILK.
J' WILL expose to sale, in Saturday tht !4r iiy if
.March,ldh by publio vendue at the Court Hiiusa
ior in thocliy or Lancaster, Ohio, the following Ke.l
Kstnte: FiflyMvrn Acre, and 4H Pert-bray'
nf Land, Soiiih part of Iho (Southwest Quarter of Feat
lion AO. ui, Townslilnao. 13. Kauge So. 18. FairllcU
county, (hlo. . .. . .
uiii'Loi. .o. to. Nortb of Lanrailcr.
cnntninliig 7 rl-HKI Acres, to bo sold cutlre orln parcels
to suit purchasers. , - . . i
t.ot.io. Ml, in tne Tairn I rVtmHlrm,
In said county, on which is silualoa small W't Hnnsa.
t.t No. lis In the town of PFruaunt
villo,ln said count)',, on which 1. situate a Crania .
Lfweuing nonse.' I '.
Termt of Sale Ono-thlnl In hand, ono-ttird in on..
and ouo-tliird in two yours wilh interest.
ny or me aoove proporty may bo purchaser Mpri
vatesalo ou terms aaubuvo. JOHU H. MUM A UGH,
Feb.8, leiS 10 Assignee of C. M. Beery.
Sale of Real Ealale bj order of Conrt.
OX Saturday thtWk day of March A. D. 1853, ba
tweon the hoursof 0 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock.
P. M., on the promises, will he sold to the hlghost bid
der.lhe YulilttMc JTI ill Propcrtf and appur
leniincea, lately owned by Jonuthan Harlholoincw,
deceused, situate in Fuirfleld counly, Ohio,and kuowa
and dlstlnguislied by boing a part of the Northwest
Quarter ol Kecllon No. Ill, In Township No. 18, of
Htingo No. IH: beginning ut the Northwest corner of
the laud formerly owned by Thomas Hoes, al the mar
gin of the Ohio Canal nouroriglnul Lock No. 2, Fouth
of Licking Summit; thence S'ouili KJ '; degrees Kasl
10 perches to a post; tlionce North 54 degrees Knst
HO perches to a post: thonco North 3D degrees West
7 1-11) perches loapnst ut tlie Canal; thence North 53'
degrues West 38 4-10 perches with tho Canal to th.
place of begluinir, Kuid premises lo bo sold free ot
the dower of the widow of suid Jonathan Bartholo
mew. Appraised at tv4tK). . , ..
7"ri ofialt One-ililrn In hand, one-third In cine,
and the rosldtie In two years from duy of tale, witb
Interest on deferred pny meets.
KL1ZAHKTH BARTHOLOMEW, .
Guardian of Malon 1, Bartholomew.
Mtih & S ui.ik n, Attjs. , Cub. IW.ltM- Sw4il .
KMiitir of Henry Hile. '
i the Sd dny of Morch, ,A. D. 1H55, the Court of
Pnibute of the Counly ofFulruVId and ritnie nf
Ohio, declared the Estuto of Hcsrv Hits to bo proba
bly insiilveut. Creditors are therefore required to
preseui their claims against tho Kstate to the under
signed for allowance within six months from thethna
above mentioned, ot they will not be entitled In pay
ment. Signed DANIEL KWAKTZ.
' Auniinistriuoror saw dec.aacilj
S-naciicosia & Smw, Allorueys. March 8 5w44
Estate of Evl W. JHnrtiii. ;
"YOT!CE Is harehy given, that I baro this dar boea
l duly appointed and qtialilled Administrator on
the Estate of Evl Martin, deceased, late of Fairfield
Couuly, Ohio.- Ail persons knowing themselves In
debted to suld Estate wilt make Immediate payment,
nnd thoseto whom tlio Estate Is Indebted will present
their accountsdiily authenticate! within one year. . -February
118, 1W5 4w43 G.MARTIN, Adiu'tor. '
KMnto of Robert T Huuter. . ,
fSVTOTICE Is hereby given, that the undersigned hat
l been duly qnallrled ns Executor of tho lust wtll
and testament of Koaa.T T. Hcntbr, deeeaaud, lata
of Greenflelil Township, Fairfield County, Ohio
AH persons knowing themselves indebted lo snid E.
tute will niakuiiniiiodiulepayinont,and those to w hom
llie Estate Is Indebted will present their account dul
authenticated wlthinntio ear.'
Murch a, IM3 4w44 JAMES . HUNTER, Ex'tor
. v. Estate of Robert C. Uond. i '
NOTICE la heroby glvan that tho undersign. d has
this day been iippointed and qiiulllled, as Ad
ministrator nf the estate of Robert C. lioi:d,doresed.
All persons having cliimis against said estate w ill pre
sent ihe snme, to the undersigned, duly nniltonticatcd
as required by law. wilhlu uu year and those wli.
are indebted to said rstutu, will come forward and
make Immediate payment.' . T
. March 1, 1855. WILLIAM HOLIDAY, Adro.
" ; A NEW 4.TOCK. :. 7T
Ne jr and well Selected lot of Groccrlo
n AVE Jnst been received by the subscriber, at his
old stand, where ha will be happy to meet bis
customers and the public generally,
Grocorios will be sold by me as cheap and nf at good
quality aa can b (ouud la any similar asiahllahmeut la
I hare Just resolved a choloe lot ofCnnberlet, Lem
on., Figs, Pruus, and also a general variety of Nuts,
tuch as Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Coco Nuts, Ate. Alto a
tploudld lot of Old Westom Reserve Cheese. . !
v ' ... v , GliOHGB J. WYGUM.
Lancaster Fuh. 7, 1P5 49 ...
Dn.i:WAGENHAL8, ' '
TTAS removed hlsoKlce to luttfi nrur, East o"l
LI the Court House, opposite tha Ohio Eaglo Offledk'
Laaaaatar, O.tobsr 90, 14154 9t