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Thm;. ttrlii, Ayr! I a4tv
y.ll.W iTieVre4 that wa proi-'
4;,fa'lkoiBeirrJ th wccew -f tba A
meriemi ikfcol aat Fall, in'oas any of Ue
yffiwra eVeot .noalapivva untrua to the A.
jnerican4 caw. 'or In any way ' prevent' W
fromcarrvMf ut' (lie Anietican polity of
He for m or exposing (be- corruption ofoffl-
araala, tbal'we would unbeiitatingiy arraign
Vbem before Uie tribunal of public opinion
Wad 1 expose their perfidy to the public
icate, "' LUtle did we tblnk however, at the
time, that we would crer be tailed npoa to
perform the sad tasVv Recent- devclop
menta, however, bar.' 'convinced tta that
there; wae one unworthy , an eloeted on
tiat ticket, and we deem it a duty we owe
not only Uj the publio but to oursolrea, to
announce in a publio ttanner M potable
that we were deceived in the character, of
-the ntan whose narao head Una article.
i' Wtk before the nomination of Mr.
owson by the American Tarty the editor
of tliis paper went to him in person and
-eeenred from ' Vim a pledge that in ease of
Tiia election to flie office of County Auditor,
hY would tmmodiately .on taking his teat,
a'tlit ua in overhauling the books of that
office for twenty years back, and held out
the idea thai there were many ; deyelop
ments to be made , that ; would open the
eyee'of the tax-payer"? of this county to the
wrbpgs' which have from time to time been
-practiced upon them., Mr. Towson stated
to. ui that a great many little peculations
might be brought to light, the aggregate
which- would astound the community.
As evi donee: Ho stated that - when the
publio buildings Were undergoing repair
that the officers having charge of the same
would make out their bills for material at
one half more than it , would actually re
quire, the surplus of which, they applied
to the repair of theirown private dwellings
or distributed U among their political
friends ' for electioneer! ruj; purposes,
'these tilings","' .ho"told us' "could be
hown up satifactorially to the public by
referrence to the books." Such were the
promises he made us in order to secure
our inflaeoee in having hini nominated and
elected Auditor. Knowing that he had
acted as deputy in the Auditor's office fur
a long numbur of years, we supposed him
better qualified 1 Ulan any other man in the
county to exposo these county corruptions,
as he ha.i evidently been cognisant to a great.
er portion of them. With these views and
with this understanding we went into the
' contest and greatly assisted in Mr. Tow
son's election. After his election we ask
ed him to comply with the promise he
made us before his nomination, not dream
ing that he would hesitate for one moment
to fulfill his pledge.' But what was our
aurprise and mortiticatiou when he sneak
ligly and cowardly answered ythat there
Wore a great many acts of peculation tube
discovered on the books of former eounty
Ail lituM, but that they were o wcllcoyer
ed up that it would bo impossible to dis
aoje,r .hem,." 'notwithstanding he had pos
i:ivtily told uj before his election that those
peculations could be exposed, and that he
would vrjLTingly, and eagerly assist us in
exposing tlientt . -..
' This, reader, was the way in which he
"complied with that promise, proving iiot
.: only treacherous to his friend but to the
American cause. Under these circumstan
ces we can in no wiso countenance him as
" man worthy the high position he now
' occupies, and we feel confident the A
, meriean. Party will repudiate him as un
.. worthy their, confidence and as a clog on
. tho wheel of the car of political reform in
J this county. It is with deep regret we
eel called upon to make this ttatement.yet
we are dotci mined to countenance corrup
tion and treachery in neither the American
nor iny-otheV party; -? It is our most ear
nest wjh to purify the politjgs of (he coun
ty .frpat the .influence i of all audi characters
ns James W. Towson. . ' ' -J
New if Mr. Towson is not afraid of im
nitrating himself with the corruptions un-
dor the administrations of Jeffries, Spur
' geon, & Co., why is St that he refuses to
investigate.' the i official acta of these men?
. We honestly believe that there issome-
' thing rotten to be exposed in that office!
This, too, is the candid opinion of a large
and respectable portion of the tax-payers
of this county, who are determined that a
thorough reform must fce 'made in the ad
ministration of the county government,
' bat we fear they can never accomplish the
- object with auch men as James W. Tow
son occupying one of the highest places of
i ' puoue trust.
This article is not Written for election-
V coring purposes, nor from (cclings of vin-
"'dictivenesa further than indignation at the
trf achery of one whom we assisted in el-
r a-aiieg to office and power. - "We suppos
ed, Wore tho election of Mr. Towson.that
' he would aid us in. accomplishing a long
" (desired wud to ferret out and expose cor
. rnptions we beliare have front, time, to time
been .perpetrated by the officials of this
. county. . His holding out inducements,
prior io nla' efectloa,' that W knew of and
pledging incase of his election to make an
" exposition of such corruptions induced us
to give him our influence; but now that be
has violated that pledge, we no longer con
eider ourselves bound to support him in
lis official capacity, and make this publio
; denunciation of the man.
CjI. Preston, of the Louisville Ky. Die-
- - 4riet: baa consented to ran a a candidate
for M-eleetion 1o Ooogresa,
The American party, en Monday last
preeented a bold front and clean ticket
and sJthongh.no effbrta were 'made to get
out a full vote tbey received luucaie ma.
jorltlesin both city and ton nfclip. Kot,
withstanding the Litter, denunciations . of
the Ohio Eugl sgaiastWer pUtitcml so J
cieties, they had the audacity and .euront-
ry, in the very lace oftlieir former charges
against secret orgnniiation to spring a ft
ertt 'Jxiion" ticket on tie morning, of the
election. 1 'This ' evidence, kowever, . of
their former hypocrisy availed theni noth-'
ing. as the alarm was soon raised and the
American boys rushed to the . rescue and
signally defeated their ttcrtl stratagem. '
k Tlie old leadera of the Bed Lodge clique
were busily employed in drumming up the
IribUaod Chatholie vote along the line of
the C. W,& Z. Railroad, and no donbt
can be entertained that very large por
tion of their vote came from this corrupt
and illegal element. It was truly enough
to make the blood boil in the veina of ev
ery native-born eitisen to see men oi lat
ent and influence cringing and truckling
to litis foreign horde.k-d and controlled by
Popish priests; but such is the material of
which tho opposition to Americanism is
composed', and no better, argument could
be adduced of the absolute necessity of
changing the political complexion of this
country; -When foreigners w ho, ignorant
of our eonntry, her institutions and her
taws who have been born under tyrant
and nutured in the admiration of despot
ism whoso minds and actions are con
trolled by Popish priests, stand in front oi
the ballot-box, that palladium of Ameri
can liberty, and claim equal privileges
with native born citizens who were edu
cated and reared under our institutions, it
behooves each and every citizen to lon'd
his aid in stopping this stream of foreign
and Popish influence at its source, or to
place such restraints and barriers in its
way as may shield our lives and liberties
from the baneful influence of foreign cor
ruption. ; '
Fuyelto Wcw Era. v,
. The editor of the above paper, pub
lished at the copilot of Fayette county, has
issued a "bull" of "txtommunication," "an
uihilation,". "vituperation" and "mvtila-
twn" asrainst the editor of this pnper for
daring to infringe on his (tho "editor of
the Erie's) time honored" policy, viz: "to
sit down with folded hands, and await the
coming of ravens to drop crumbs into his
mouth!" Simply because we have made
an attempt to extend our. business con
nections "beyond our own hearth-stono"
the Era man has made nt the subject of a
hading editorial, calling us every thing
but an honest man, and thereby placing
us on a level with himself. After having
examined the AVa'e daguerrtolypt through
tho columns of the Xeiya Torchlight, we
at once concluded to lend the citizens of
Fayette a "helping hand," believing char-
ily to be a cardinal feature in the chris
tian character.7 ' ' ' ' " ;
JCiTTho - Cincinnati Commercial, a pa
per reputed to be owned by foreigners and
Catholics, and edited by Bishop Purccll,
has been busily employed for weeks past
in exciting the evil passions of the Cincin
nati Irish Catholics. The fruits of its la
bors were to be seen in the riots on Mon
day last in the Eleventh, Twelfth and
I3ih Wards of that city. Native-born
Americans wcro knocked down in cold
blood by these minions of Irish venality
and priestly imposture, and now in the face
of all ' these outrages on morality and law,
the Commercial is attempting to galvanize
these Irish Catholics and sanctify them in
the estimation of the public. We trust its
readers, ere this, have discovered its Jes
uitical cunuiug and corruption, and refuse,
iu future, to give it the least succor in car
rying on its nefarious policy, of creating
mobs and riots to assassinate protestants
and Americans. '' l"
V'ifco ticket pitted against the American
boys on last, Monday was composed of
Wiigs, Democrats and Know Nothing.
But the descordant elements wouldn't
work. There 'were' three "Wbtes, two
Know Nothings and the ballance Demo
orals the Whigs and Know Nothings
bavin? been put on the ticket without
their consent. . Who would have thought,
two yeara ago,! when the .Eagle teemed
with lengthy 'articles ' appealing' to "old
line Whigs" "to come out from amongst
thevio'' that in the Spring of 1 055
these same men would get out a ticket of
the character above named? : This, ' how
ever'; is only another evidence of the 'con
sistenuy" ofthe editors of tho Pope's or
gan.V 'AlasipooV.Y6rick!" - -.' . ;,
tW The first oath taken by a Sag Nicht
is to swear eternal enmity to Know Noth
ings, and that he will, under no circum
stances whatever, vote for any one belong
ing to Uie latter pattv. - Under these cir'
eumstAnces we would ask what will be
come of the poor devils who voted for the
Wro -Know Nothings on that "fusion'
ticket? We fear that unless our - worthy
eotemporaries of the Pope's organ can
recommend them to the mercy of the
"Confessoftal'' they will necessarily be
required, by his holiness the Pope, to ex
piato their guilt by a short residence in
purgatory. '.;.". .,,
' It should be borne in.mind that all let
ter going through the Post-office must
now be pre-paid, or tbey will not be sent
io weir oesnnauon. -i -
r. ... Xhe Deroocratic candiadate for Mayor
oi oiereiapd wu x-uorernor wood.
Township tleeilene. ' ""' ' "
We give below the result of the elec
tions thro'out this county, so far as beard
from. It will be noticed that the American
Party have achieved signal triumphs in
every section of the eonnty, although there
was not the hs't effort made on the part of
Sara's boys, to thoroughly organize;
". ' ; Mocking. . . v ' ' .
Aawtaa ; Ttekn." 'i - ; . ! Klckta, ' ,
Simeon Denton, 444 Cunningham. 917
Uonrad Crumiy, 447 bamueltwiug, 311
Geo. II. Smith, . 449 i. Glacher. 3 1 8
John StalUroilh, 429 Jacob Cly, 334
. Far CUrk. !
Maris Levering, i43fl','Wm. L.Rigby. 319'
.... ...... fM . aartUiWt. .
0. P. Weakly. 450 Aaron Ebright, 323
Wm.Manson,- 421 Henry Dabfer, 310
; i Pot Amiww. ,, '
Jacob Moyer, . - 101 James Ennis, 90
- for BapcrtlMn. .
District No. 1 . Henry Dielz; No. 2. Wm.
Delong; No. 3, John 6. Brooks; No. 4,
Smiih Wilton: No. 5. J. W. Smith: No.
7, H. E. Ingmund; No. 8, Wm. Johnsou.
. ."-V Liberty Touusliip.
-. v American.
Jristlces"' ... ,
H. 0. Black, , cr
3f B. Sutphen
Peter Itoshon . 49
O. Outoalt ' 249
J. W. Holland 249
D. Nourso . 255
II. L. Nicely ' 843
D. a Neff 249,
James Sheriff , 252
Wm. Lefover 252
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Seme. This stronghold of Sag Nichts
gave a mojority of some eighty for the
anti-Americans. The American vote
would have doubtless ' reduced the Shi;
Nichts majority some thirty votes, had not
the judges of the election closed the polls
some three hours before the timeprcscrib
ed by law. . The Sag Nichts in this town
ship played a desporate game bringing
in their vote at an early hour and closing
tho polls at three o'clock.
- Greenfield Tvwntiip. Out of 233 votes
polled in this townxhip the American Par
ty received 216. Greenfield is decidedly
the banner township. ' Her men are firm
and true united as one man and deter
mined at all elections to make their influ
ence tell in faror of the Americnn cause.
Clearireek, The American Party in
this township carried only a portion of the
ticket, We have not been apprised wheth
er they had out a full ticket.
Amanda. The majority of the Ameri
can party in this township ranged from 24
Richland. There was but one ticket on
the field in Richland consequently there
was but little interest felt in the election.
RuekcreeJc. The American party, we
understand, failed to make nominations in
this towuship. . ,-,''". . ,
Liberty. Liberty cornea In -"right side
up with care." 'I be American ticket is
triumphantly elected. .
fleaeant. Pleasant cornea in with a
handsome majority for the American tick
Maditon. The American party carried
every thing before it in this township. '
The 1,200,000 acres of land just ceded
to the United States . by the Chippewas,
are pronounced by the Galena Jefferionian
of a very fertile and luxuriant character,
as a general thing. They contain beauti
ful lakes, clear flowing" brooks, and the
riclisst and most prolific soils. , The gov
ernment has atipulated to pay the 7,000
mombcrs of the tribe . represented . a sub
sidy of about 945,000 per year in money
for thirty years besides this they are to
receive various other considerations, such
as cattle, oxen, and other domestio ani
The New York Commissioners of Emi
gration have run short of funds, and have
overdrawn their bank account to the ex
tent; of 840,000. This is owing to the
general pauperism of the emigration from
Europe during the last six months, and tho
large demand thus mado upon the funds
of the Board. The latter draws its reve-
nuo from a tax upon immigrants, and
where, as has now beeb the case for some
time, there are many more paupers than
any other class coming in, they take more
in the way of relief than the total fmmi
irration brings in. Tho Board hare at
length boon obliged to suspend the grant.
ing of temporary relief to the poor emi
grants. ; 1
I TheNew York American-7'imM,whioh
professed to be the organ of the American
party is discontinued. . It lived buta few
wecks.; ' Tho Order has no organ, and pa
pers that attempt to start on the theory of
becoming such are sure to get their wis
dom teeth cut after a short trial. ' .
. Matob Wood is now putting the "street
walkers"' through with his accustomed
vigor A largo number have been sent to
BlackwelJ's' Island, for from, one to six
months, as vagrants, and the police bring
in recruits to the watun bouse nightly.
M. S. Davis, who was psesent at the
surrender of Com wall is, at York to wo, and
served under St: Clair and Wayne, died
at bi. Ulausvuie, u., on the 13th Inst., a
ged 95. . - ; - .r
Mr. Hooper, the paying-teller of the
Merchant's Bank in Boston, who recently
committed suicide, had his life insured for
810,000, which his family cannot receive.
as suicide vitiates the policy.
The American reform tioket prevailed in
Vioksburg (Miss.,) at the late municipal
eleetion, oy , an average majority of two
hundred out of 420 votes cast.
Several persons havebeen bitten by
mad dogs nt - Indianapolis within a few
weeks,, '. . ' "" : '
Oazettb Ornca, April 6ib, 1865.-Onr
quotations tbs morning are aa follows:
wheat, I, BO. flour, U,UU per barrel
Corn, 50 f Bye, 9J; - s, fSaSOe;1,
Buekwhtat. 4.6U p..-r 1 00 blls; Clover-!
f m n . tt' - 1 . 1 a rr
toes,'-1,50, tax seed. ral.OO; Cut-
ter,12al5c; Eg!, lOceuU Bnlt, 2,02,-
75; Bcaus, 2,00; Boapn, 6a6e: Coo,
13al5c; Ton, BJcalUO; lloliwt. 30
a37c; Vinegar, 1 8a25c; Tobacco, 1 0.i25e;
Hay. 9,00n 10,00. Tallow 10 per brl.
WhUky, 39o ,. . .
Os tile irlarket. .
Caiibbidgk, Marh 10. AiMiket 770
Cattle about COO Beevet,aud 170 Store,
cnnnisiing of Working Oxen, Cows aad
Calves, Yearlings, Z and 3 years old. '
Market Beef Extra, ewt., 9; First
quality, 9; Second quality, EJ,9i; Third
quality, 7; Ordinary, 6J; Hides, y wt.,
6J, 6. Tallow, , 94-. Pelm, 1 to 1,25.
Calfskins, 10 to 1 1c w ft. BrrHug cat
tle, 7 to Bl Z) ewt. Veal Calves, 4, 5,
0,7; 340 at raarkeU- : -
Btoros orking UXen.no sale. UOWS
and Calves, 25, 28, 30 to 42 to 64. Year-
linga, iz io IO. w teara viu, zo, Oi
to 44. Three Years Old, 41, 44, 45, 4G,
40 to 53.
Sheep and Lamos 2,432 nt market.-r-Extra.
6, T, 8. 9, 12. By lot, 3, 3J. l,
4to5j. . . : v -,
Swine None.1 ; -' ' - -
llemarka Weather very cld for the
season. The supply of slock is enough for
the week, and of excellent quality many
of the Oxen in pairs exceeding 4,000 lb in
weight. Four Oxon brought iu by Mr.
David Wnite, fitted by Mr. Stebbius, of
Greenfield, Mass., were worthy of partiru
lar notice. They were . taken by Mr.
Rice, of Brighton. Mr. Nathaniel Man
tin, of Brighton, took about 50 head of the
largest Oxen one pair, by Mr. Bard wall.
4,900 lb weight. Some pairs of the fat
ted Oxen have sold for $10 $ hund. ' 650
head ef Cattle at Brighton 100 Maine,
453 Western Beeves.
WOOL The receipts of Domestio have
been exceedingly meager, and with a good
demand prices fivor the seller. Tho
stock here is vorv small, and not sufficient
to make selections. Country farmers
would do well to send on their stock now,
as the present opportunity for high prices
may be the only one they may have this
season. We have no sales to report either
of Domestic or l'oreign. We quote:
American Sax. Fl ) lb
Do. Full Blood Merino
Do. 1 and Merino
Do. Nolive and qr; do
Sup. Pulled Country
Do. 1, Pulled Couutry
So, Am., Com. Washed)
So. Am. Entre Rios
South Am. Unwashed
South Ara. Cordova
Enst India, Washed
Smyrna, Unwashed .
. ' 28(3,30
! 3 1 4
" C 9
9(o! 1 8
I. AM at nil time prepared to funiiaa LOOKING
CLAHSKH In Mafmaiaiiy, Walnut or Uoiawood
raniaa, l-ookinr. Glaaa Flataa, Flrturea Frainua. in-.
Alao.Gllt Fraino. Ulriaaua of alt atua and atylea,
Portrait K rumen, Pirturo Frames, and a funeral aa
snrtinciit of PicturK and Oil Faiiiliiii:.. nt wh.il-.ula
and retail, kt tho lowest prlcea. J.. OKST,
If kirk S, 1C5J U
W. & C. W. Vac KI.RO Y.
COLLECTORS AND GENERAL Acts.,
Onaell'a Uow t oor 8atb P. Orrtce.
. LAKCASTEH, OHIO.
COM.ECTIOKS In Falrflold and adjolnlni; eountlea
eatreuledto oar raro ihall recaive prompt atten
tion. ' '
We will alao act oa aront In the pnri-baae arm aaia or
Real Estate. - Uneajter, Mareb ISth IMS 45.
Geo. W. MacEIrjr,
Attorstcr Mtt CaelIor:t Law ad
. . Rotarr PuklUt
, LANCASTER, OHIO.
OFFICE Cunncll's Row, S doora aootb of tha Post
Uucrster, Ohio, March 15, IBM 15
V tlie late law of ConirreM, each of the
Officers. Musician, ot I'riratcs whuth-
ee-ulars. Volunteers. Uiii.ur or Militia,
regularly niuaterod Into avrvice In auyr of
the Wara of the Uulled Kutos since JTMi,
and incase of death, tlieir widows, aj,d If
no widows then their minor cblldron are
ntlUed to Government warrants for lull
arms of Land or where warrants bar been
Issued for a leas amount, then Ilia cotupla
Diont of tne ICU Acres. . , ,
llavint soma einorlonca tu ibis hueltieea.
I will attona promptly m sue lorwaroins;
lion of those claims. . GKOW. MeF.I.KOV Atl'y
Council's Row, doom south of tba, PuslOftlce,
. Lancauer, Marca 14, lfii.
Saddl er,Uara ess Maker V BacsyTriianicr,
AMANDA, OHIO, ,
Wlt.li prnmptlr attend to all buslnoaa en
trusted to his care. Bulnic a practical
ana expenoucoa workman, no i-.m-is counaui.i
that ho can render ronornl satisfaction to all who
mav favor bim with call. A "new broom aweena
clean," eomo and try. . HANLk.1 KYN'KK.
Amanda, February I, 8i5 1)19
; BY IKDVSTRT WE TUBIVB.
RISING V I.V058.
DUO II OlT
RK now meolrlne at their old stand, as link a stock
if FAKCY and hi A r 1.11 UHV uuuiwaa Baa ever
offered In this market, eonsiatlna; of erorr artlole
In the Dry Goods line, locethor with a Flat stmt mf
Seat aad Sf, recsct, yacaweaMrs aaa ui,m-
-1 1 .kUk .haw km .1 ..1 .1 ..... I . . A I n . 1
Wrv, HI, VI l 1 "' mv" " mvi. mm id.
as any hooso lu FairOuld comity, entire cask stores not
Tlioy Imk leave to tendor their onmest thanks ta tka
cillaona of Uacaati-rn and vlcluily, Cos the ior- liberal
liure of patronage tin' J hnre rucuWed stuck they have
beon tu business, and hope for enutlnuanee ofilia
same, assuring Hi puhllc that no lns shall be spared
on their part Io (Ire entire satisfaction. - The usual aj
tlcloa of country produce taken ia eieuenge for GoaaAi
Lancaster, March SI. WM. , - . - -
AV ALUABT.E VaBX TOR HAtrT
Q()n Acrea of first rate up Land and bottom iwea
eiaVf dow.alarsra Iraprerenient, apple and peach
on-hard of the best (traflnd frait.niMiy elerautaprinra.
a howed Ina; barn aud lionae, alarice quauiity ofkewiu(
timber and aaw-lo-. Tke land to bo sold tn loUer
toirelher. situated on a (rood road, 84, niiloa from Lan
caster, and one mile from Pratt's fcew Mill.
Partenus apply to CITAKLE8 DIBBLE,
- Madison To wusklp, Fkirllolri esranly, Ohlo.nrM
. . .. .. . . . AI.FRKU MoVKtGH, .
.i In4 Acent, Lancastor, Ohio.
gejijembr,.18S4 IHtf -, , j
GILT Mottldlnm for Picture Frnraea, for kale kt the
elty book atore
April 81, MM. . " B. COSyELL, Agont.
V KCIIITKrTiriiE by L. D. Gonld, A. Benjamin and
u. r. Kuiitn. for sale at uie cuv ixint storo.
: .1... u i -
B. COKKELL, Aarnt.
ILAKK'S Cnnimenuiry on the Old aud New Tcsta-
nicut, for sale at tlie clly book store.
tpril 81, IBH. B. CONJIELt A gent.
H8. Partington's Carpet Bax of Fuo, for aale a
tlie elty book tiara. .
prilgl, 16M. B. COJItlEUL Aifcnt
THE Old Brewery and New Waaloa Uouae, for sal
at the cite book atore.
A-.riiai. 1864.. : B. COKKELL, AgenL
THE Lamp LVclOor.for sale at the city honk store
Aprilll 164-4. : B CONNELL. Acent. ,
TTSARMEnS'and EmtaWt'aBooirfof ' th
I' elty book store.
IpVIl it, ! B. COS5EIX, Ajont.
FAKCT ArVclesta f real Ttaty, foi sale at Uia cllj
Apatl , itii. B. C WELL. Ajcnt.
FatincmAOLC MILLIMKim w
Ll; ("J.!!. ku Iton4 r4kut Vlriu
UlubrlM f..f, UltMUIMlK Mck f So,
J. A.hkSbkUJ,. , .
vA. iu. nirn.
ri ibf arm i.auokut m.u r. uuk
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t"t, iIit wttkik a.m caMa aaaaT,.aaaA
aiaaiu Kiaar.aa.an raaam A-rir i.t fwrm
tmuoned' all uf vhtH. til Mil l t
UMuabjrnkrrfniiMkakiimtlti:iM)aiuiU. Hrrala i
na. ---fcf rir i 11 a l Kf.Kr. wtvaaa Uai flaa
1'lMim.all, iiarck sv, laJJ 1)7
EPET lAt.nOTlCE To'oLoToUDiERS.
AI.KX'A1... II. IVAJi.
IOR errat tr coi n-:rd w.lh tuverat Dprt
1 u,M of llm (7iirl G',vriii-?n(, oi.t1uv kit
Likutf I.aad Afitj la War'nftoa I't, ai4
o il,lill Ui il'Lt on ef (tie IMtldicr'
i i)..tr keirt. Ui ib ttrr l" Win
b-juulf li . I Im.w r OngrtM. Jl'. rr,i,fnmnnu
milt ilti th lilml,l tn
n.llUuu t. kn niKnecit,. k tt,m nark
Ice lh nnmrvHs tl w, ol cltu.
flcra.Kin.M.hli, d ka, 4lri ,kr I
Katoiuuonarr war. waroriHi-j, YU,u, f u) r
Oioludian Vt ar.f-.raiirloref aoilr
mi.l for Go arroa.
fbWr 40 nrMlacra
aarranUare t,ow PuiiUud lu au adJiUouil .juaautr
(utikl I.i KHarraa.)
7uUrrri4rMia!anU ho prepay aaaraaMl :
fr.ar.l Oioiu to n,y a.ldrcaa. for aw.-.m.al kara
til bf l,I.T.I.r.ll wi'h.
K." ... n.. i r r :
... ....... u. u.... . ' ye i ,
ftTOTlGJJ la karahr (Uati.Uiat Ilia unlial(nad aa
. . ,1 ; . . i . i . . i . . i
11 AdiuiliUlraWrdr aoax of Zaamab Allan,
4acaaaad, l) rlrtu. of m i.l.r.f Uw Frubata (.uuil
af Falrflald couli., w!U olfor for aab at tke rotirt
kouadooriiifi.ra Ik, Mh day Arril, Isii.al
IU o'clock, thafi.lliiwu.fdai.-ribad Haul K-uwil-ala
lu aaid oubt),u-lt: Ui Xo. aaran (') in Carwr'a
ratadditiun to tha tuwn of LanesaUsr, baibe !"'
Ont-Lut No. ail (6) bank additiuufcaat. .l.j i,art
ofln l.-l aambaraixi;) In Carter', aJUIt'.'m to mi
oi baucavir; oexiitnirf at ina artiia aat coruar
of aald ln-l.ot So. ,oi. Bank Ailu: Uii-bra haat l ll (
tlialiuanfaaid Alloy Sitoan (14) fiat; laem- BobUi
Carallel with tha Weal boundary !!i:a of aai-l UA to
lain Mrcat; tbanra Waat Silnvb (15) faol to aaid orl
riual Waat boubdary liua, bii-r tba SontUwact tiini.r
of tbo af jrvaald Lot; llitinca Kortti ali t aaid Wotnrn
boiibdary liua to tka (.laxa of by;biai:v. tains Uo
'art of Lot Ko. all (,) of liia Uabk addition, Laal of
iicaaur. Appraiaed at tico. TitUil'
Trana( Ona-third in kamt, oiie-IUIrJ In one
jroar, tUo raaidua In two eara lttili.tr-rratoiidi.firrea
La; man. llhMIY blMilllirt. Ailnrtor.
Muxib -JU-SvlTAliFKIEU Auomy
rlrtua of an ordarof'aala to me dlradI from
the Court of Fmbatu iu abd forth C'ounlr f
tildandKtata of t)k:o. I w 111 sffor forafdu at
nMie eeiiduo. On I 2W daf Arrtt A. D. l ii,
kotvaan tlieiiaumof )0 o'clack A. M. abd 4 o'cl k
F. M. of aaiddat.on Iba nramlaaa. tba laa uudi-
cu.urZ. 1 wu'JTA . . -.'i . r -L- BwCharrjr;. r-lina.oV.: Hutar Maplai aad ..A.r
V IlT;...,d .. ..;i.'J.Tv;L.'.' I01" wvl.j.n.tk.-llrHof April ba uroa..tl
S5((i37H ,,d''- fl"4' Mt6 Prl l MloWilMf -?aerilid
Wffil r"1 lt, Ifcat fa Io r,J lyirr and tali'f In Ilia
vounir ui rairovm aioreiaid, noc innirff al uie houui
boundnryof aactlon twi.t-eii (ta), lowiiahi). twolr
(U). reufe twantr (2VI iit tbo centra of the Zanaatilla
and Maiarille Tun pika Hoad; ihaueaNorUiKI.it de
irreae, Kaat 4 BScbaiinto a fioat naartba aaataideaf
aaid road; thence Weal II OS clietiie lu Uie aorlina
line; tbeue Kortb onlhe aerfinu line lOuSckainaW
the South waat comer of J. 8. Uautltona l"; tbeiwa
EaalSTIehaiua to poat near tha aat aideuf aaid
turnpike road; thenr Kerth rl flieli.ato a folnt lu
the caiiirir aaid Head; tltancaFaat 1DW cUaMlu a
etuiiein tha linaof Jauie Vortba laud; thenc hudtu
3 SSchailit to a t.im; thi-io-o Kaat il S? cball.-atoa
atom;; thanre .South 051 cbali:a to a atone; tbo- We. t
11 S7chainaioaeton; thenca aWulli 0 1.1 chalna to a
atone In the auction line; Lieufe Weat lUtMcliainatotliv
iluC9 of begimiirg. t-onlaiuinr forty bibo iVt acraa
mere or luak. The nbore lamia will ba euld by nt(aa
the fajnardian of George W. Moore aiol Catherine
kl our. -.who are minora, and ea.-h autitiod to one co, -Jul
undivided third partof aaid Unda.
S'ernia of aele one third caah In hand, one third In
onayoaraitil Ui9 raidne In two yenra, with tnureel
i from the day ofaaleaiieiired by uiortvaif on the pre m-
i iaaa. Aavu one uiiqinnco hum alipraiaed lit lj
CArEK T. HITI.KK.
f. A In A KINK M'tOHBand
GKOHGa W. MOOKK.Imtnora.)
fiTiKcucoatB dV Nhaw. Attya., for Petitioner.
Also,at the aanie tiino and place, 1 will offer for
aale tbo olhor undivided third partofauid premisetee
tlie Agent of , Monro. C. X. UlTTLbit.
March, S3, ldj iw4T.fU,uo.
WrlOLUtl.l AMD ItlTAlL MILI1 IR
coppe, Tin l siiKirr-iuoN itahv,
Jtii ttrt&tj new If opfttitt tk Tlhmtrif$
A GA11V tMkea;t)iBun In call rt,jtlhatti., Inn fbl
eaatomant anrl count?7 m(rebanu (rnertlly. i
ntoltt.-jetiiitock at Copper. Thi ai Kbut-lrtMt tu
fnctarHaS evdrbroacht tu Uii oisrkt. Ha Uktrrt
jMtiualo keep rouitanllj' on haiM a tarr arttf f
Torr tlitujr llmlran pOMiMy ws wau'M tu lita lin.anl
flaUbn I.I i iitc If tUat from bit long aiparianc In tha
haMlbohletWj Tull Ml'rrUui to all who may
favor Mm with their work. Nariiijra pntctkaJ know I-.
edfraof Uiw buRiueiM. hi aWtiona ara in tula wltk ft
If aiifArturi'U to Order.
Ha alsn leap tu hiaeinploj rmaof tka baat wark
men thai can l aw'ired, u'l ftlvrnya littvinK t;i bati
the Tnr hunt luntorial, ia naLUi to inaiiuf&rtara to
order anythiDKAii'lovttrjr thing deairmbla in hia li,
inufrood it la mid uu uiftif tenia caa viwkart
be bud. ,
II kiaiia of StOTvt, Ac.
KeTr In tha htatnry of Incit5r wa there an eataV
liihmeut that kept on braid a larger and more com n eta
Murtmsntof tovfj.,nr all kinda and vartetfra. lie ta
aUo prepared with ftlftrire nuuiber of Ara Uratta. and
fortht acconiinodatinn of hU customers keeps on hei.d
alnir qunntltT of Fir 4 Mrick manuftielujed expreaa
ly with a riow n pulling up Grnlfe 4rr.
In flue, any and vrn thing needed tn hit line c.a ke
ecu red bt rWing him call, end at p v re:iB
fcldo aa ceii he obutred In any other Hnhlihtnent ta
the Ktnto. 1namu:h aa hia nreeent atck it rreetlv
tnperiorto his former in ouantuy, qnalttv. variety and
cnennnpn. ne retn eonnom iubi peraone frnnr hm
ftll wlllgoaway hldy dollghted and amply aatls4ed
ne aien iMp mnMuriiiy on liana
i large Rock of Mt Plows.
uf Cinpirirjail abdClrtleTUleinaa
laancaater, Mnrch I, 1p 35- 44
NEW FIR.H A WD HEW GOOD9i
. KAKTIN, GItiSV aV CO. -At
the Old Btand of Roinmotd Martin,
nAVEust recclrcd a lance aud eltt-antaaeortinent
ofhhW GOOilS, cnruprlsinaT a variety aneur
paraud, and hi. li they will sell at (real batgaiu.
T'heirsloek coualsta of
v'lotka, Caaaiaaers!, Caaaioofa, Jeaaa, .
Teslinire. ofiall the diflTerent styles:' '
And for the Lediee French Marfii..et,TaaIbatClotlia;
Al paces aud LinLaines of all kinds:
Calicoes, Gil. rjiauia. Flannels, and eteryartlelk la
the wayof llreas Gooda to be foiiud in Ibo citiue;
Khawls.nfevary Tark-ty nfhue.slrk-aua iiiaterlai;
Boimet-bilk, Velvet audStmw-whicb ma Ll,ci
all declare to bo the most beautiful and fashionable.
In addition to their stork of t.lotbs, .c., tlwy hare,
and will coiinlaittK kot'tma band a iHrcuautlercullent
alack Of KbADY MAl'K VUHHliNO, got Up
Lusto aud auueriorworkiunnshin.
Boots and hhoes; Hats and lap. Jit prlcea weiidetfuly
low. Huaiiaware and Gtavwaro; -
t'ofl'ee, SoKtir, Tea, Tobacco, Spleet, Ac,
alwaya on hand.
TTr'TIi new firm tonJi'r tlioir thanks for the aa
eourmrinie manlier in wbb-h thuy havu koca received,
aswell by the public cronerully as bv tbeold patrons of
the stnud, aud tioa; leave U assure all, that iracou.tant
attoniiun toth.-ir wants and a dcesrniinattou to koep
up wilb the limes will aecuta a cni.tiiiaatlnn and ea
larcenitnt "t tliolr business, they will not full ta attain
that end. Country produce taken in exchange forgoeda
Lancaster, Otic, Jauaary 4, liii li
JcrT kkCCITkO AT . r
SEARLK4 BOOK KTOnit, .' '
OppoilteSr(.5cr,a Hotel, l.ancnater, Obiav.
HONEY MOON and other Cnmalttles fromi Punch
Auloblosrai-liy of an Artroae, by Mrk. Nowata
Journey to Oouiral Africa, by Bayard Taylor
Kansas and Nubiaska, by Hale
Funny Meranrlcaol Foreign Lands, by lira. Hawk
The Botier Land,byThompeoii
Napoleon di hia Ann?, Tho Camp Fires of Napoleon.
A Sue lot of Annuals for lt&k and a Ana lot ef email
Gift Books ofoH kinds.
Catholic Prarrr Books. Rptapopal Praxer Boo,an
a large ina oi ranniy luotea ana rocket niDti-a at
School Rook sand gtatlonery at Wholesale A Ttetall
Pm-ket Wallow. Port Monloa. and Pen Knives, fee
sain atine nook nioro at 4irtia rr.AKi,iit,
Oct. W, 1844 CJ Or fit JIAaer'e ol,L
rtflHE subscriber haa removed Ills astaMtstiment lata
klsifew liooms ifartk Side Af 81rrf,eaar Zist
- ut,n. ami aaa ittoa them i
in the West. Ho hones that
his efforts to pleaae and eatendto him a liberal patrea
age. Every thing hat boon done that coald be done
ensure aoooesslnevory department of the art and his
plcturescaunot kesnrnasaod. V, M.GKISWOLII.
K. B. Persona wishing to learn the art will have great
facilities fordoing so hare. ,
tjour (nm 0 -io, k A- V.nntilS o'cloct V, X.
KEGtTLAK JirXTIICS. ,,,,
IXSCASTKR LODCE. !U. S7 Martk V7, lata.
- CHaPlau, . II Mara M, ;. "
KM AHfMiillT, ... A.nl U, -
CoCNt-lt, Jv.4.-- - . Marcto lihk. 'X
rWar B, lj. ,.STBlS.S,RaftWr.
WHOLBSAlt & CKTAtt 6IOTBI DKai.SK IB
t lr, line am, riak,aalt,Tar, 0rt;
Twlara, (ilMnrut, ttou l VBw
is Want, TtkKCNtlMUi, Ck
ln, Df ataffa, rralu,
Una Ar .t Ac.
OS B Soar at ofBir.tuca Baok Martlii Co.'
Mala auvat I aaraatar. llkt, taalla Um auab
liua ufUtaUiacltisaaaof PalrSuU aii(la.f)oiu;uy aoaa
uaa.to trtirrtaaatra MoakaaikaaJ. Ho ta tmmt4
WaaUfaiaUia diil4' aant I tka (asUaiuca'a (aa
ttH.uaul 4ollara. au4 In tt a aadaraluuU kbalkadoii't
lat an k(kaa nts aall Ma.
f. i. Suiw uiw U Ah op aoclk of th Market-
liu'ita, aad at.k4 11 ailkarvrr rarlatf of Orucarlua,
Y rcilaima aie., all whiikn'.ll kaaoiS altkaMaia
prim, aa tlwaw at kt .m airt aixia. Ha wouU
IHUMl:f... ..... i j . .r L
Iara4 Io auiu M "Mil all kllMla vt laka Sak
SEW HIRDT OMinCJITlL TBCE.
I.AROE DOUBLX PLOWHBISO ALM051).
T" .IV? 1 n"" "
It laaka' mcdlaat alia tra
lUiLIirl rma-snim Almond.
-aVasniB .krob fimiirf ta ttmttj f
Ifariiena. In hMr,,lC " Irrorar
4 wilb a rrbfario 'f bdautlfdl
Pluwara, lartf abj futl .J.if'l9. Mka aiaaU rotaaako la
M" "' wawo waraa i..i. tu.
i km in ... . ueoMiwr-
.' -7 nn ''' r"T; P,i?" bJ,t ." ' " t0M
ranei:rar ina proua. prtc ai rm eack.
S. K. lanfe aawirtmiiitortha fnlloa'.t.; Traea vlll
baforaaU iteil faili Ai,4 a--" mabr vartaUoa
i fur mimiaar, Fall and Hmur, li.rl idn r iko bal to
I.. ..ji..i..i:.ti.i ti i-... t.. . - ,w a.
bi had In the I'altjd HMrt. Fur.xha lata rarletiei,
hr,i!t on faaraod Unltit htoek, t'r Kuniioar, Fall and
U h.itfr. I'aacii, noarlf avery variety found to ua ral
aM tnoarliina(o. onof tk boat aalorilrma In eon-
tral Oktv: t!'il"'.e aud aikar Frutt Trjea; Grapea.rara
aud ImuSTiI Utirtnm. dec. dec. Vjr.-ry oif lb
Martatta H d. tkrra lulUa taat of Bru!n.
Maid, li, WM-3mti UJUkLT J. BLACK.
JEFFRIES, WOOD & CO.,
(ICOCIM U to)
ttrraiBH, fkatt wood,
FOZWllSlatt fc CCaSllSlM IBECBASTS,
I FLOUR I liVir BAIT 4Wri fW.ni'fF
New Warckoaie, Jaactloa of Aall Soa
abd Uockiag Taller Canal.
T5TM ere prepared Pi ksndls Goc-ie of all d-scrtp-
l.oiuj Kt the Inweat possible ratre and with the
uuuuat derpatcb, mirk Cotdt rare Jrf,t,, aed
Oa-. Z,aarac, OSia.) All Gooda cois'a;uad to ua
skill receive promplaitei.uon, ox if fur Iranalilpkirfit
will ba forwarded tneijuickeat acd by the ebaepeat
boasible mod,. Bf airi.t auent,-,o to batiuese we
hope to rucelreanJuieril ibejirouajrw of lh publio.
Faoruary HcViiiiHi, WOUii it CO,
rAatatEIlbt LOUUts ruir i.TUT.
U anttxl iueniediatejlr, O,O0u Lafcb. Cra,
firelilai mUlftjtk, ttgkut aiarle ftlu in .
AV'ING eitililialied OMtKfe In the -rodace ba-
aineaa. rirmrra can al an !imM aan ua ail Kiraa
in for tka etek ia luaikef nrH-ea. Anoiuer ob-
jei-t. we feu weieh your entire load atonedrauatbl and
unload witlibaif Ui-jtlaieof anv othor nbaraboaaeta
Leuctalur. Af o jr;tUui n entirely new. to all wala-
rH.-inrjjUni id. J Prills, WOJUo. CO.
Mneaattfr, rurbruarj St.', IM-tl
Vr'K AUK ALSO AGENTS FOK TUB
PcacGcIi's JmproTed SLrl Plow,
V(uutea aa all respaata acjjal and ia
.metiaperlorta aor other mow ia ate.
fuctoi7haatHea lu op oration daring the let
JL W yeara, wttllar it- Ual fjw yeara Ukuttr atiea-
Uoa hue bcengirer, Mrtirultrly to the ImproTtaient
of Uie Meel MvUi-fiuard Pluw. Any amouut of Maai
ala.liiplomaad(e.eai beebown.biii we retjr more oo
Uie rporu of farm era from ditfurimt parte of tSe
eountrjr, whn ihey have been in. comptnu.oa vilh
otiicr ptpulnr PKi we do on U'.etr it ting juljj-
eu ny or ev:n a at gi tnat at a iair.
AWrr j attortiaeiii til the different a xeeonetantW
iiuUajtd, whU-beau be eeen at our warehoaeeorby en-
qjiry at our Bjok Si'tre Aj M un el. " bitv'a UltHk.
fctery Plow vAA by ua la warranted.
FUJZ, i.-5. JEFFmIEU, WOOD A Co.
BOOKS t STATIONERY.
A VI KG psachaaed tba entire stock of the Bos
ton Uook Mora, we bare already mad. large ad-
one thereto A Intend to increwe the stock of both
Books d, butionerr.aad kaeti eonauntly on baud the
tara-aetaad bertaseorUaent ever tr.tbeeoualy which
will bs sold (for cash only) cliairrr than can be
liona-ht at any alook Store in Laueaeurer riciuitc.
And what we say la true.
To our old Frleudeand Customers and to tha eltl
zent of Laneastor. Fairfield and adjalnlna; towua and
couutles.-wc respectfully InTite to call and ecemine
fir tli"mscl.. JBFFRIKS, WOODaV Co.
- A funis for the tba Adams' rprees Co., Mala at.,
Ubrastcr.Ohlo. Fob. St, leM a3.
LAXD FOR SALl?.
ffwHE andenrned af-m lor sale rJajljty Acrtn
f LJtnA, located In Hocklua lowu.hln. 3u
niile West of laincaetcr, on the Turnpike, deacribed
aa follows: it hetr-e? the Weal half of the Southwest
(tuartor of Section No. t, Townantp Ko. M. in Kance
fco. ID. lmprorementa c-iua-st o. Tn tti
DWK1.I.1KG HOI SriK and rrABLEoodM
,r-FliiNGhndytolh.llwelli;ia;, a G.lOD JL
GRCHARU of ftafWd Fruit. Fifty Acrea
cleared urdercutiicallou. Whole Eighty Acrea an
dercood fenea.tbe other Thirty Acrea well timbered,
a uice Suaac Orebarl. two neTHr-fal.lne; stroaras of
wsiarpaiuC'hrouirh the farm. The price of the auoe
land ta j0 par acre, twalhouaaud dollars la baud, the
balur.ee iu twn annual payoicnia with interest.
r r urliior parueuiaraappiytoineauuacnoor iiina;
eu the premises. t 1LL1J
UJe H. TAVLOat.
- Februaryl, 1KSJ S
Hotiea of Diaaolntioa.
'arOTlCE la hereby rlrcn tbat tLs eo partncrsl 1p
r heretofore extstlna; under the firm name of Llt
Tl.E as M A TLA I K has been this day dissolved by ail
tual consstit. Tha booVs and ecconnte ara led ia tba
bauds af Jehu hi. Little for aaltlcment.
J'.)H5 H. I.ITTLB,
Lancaster, Feb. 17, US. JOHN MATLAC.
ray, goods aud cakpet stobe.
OVL KIULLITO ck CO.
No. It, Eatt Foartk Street, ClociaanH, O.
try ESFECTFULLT Infirm their caatonera aud par-
e&teua.ra and to m pie to aesortmeut or
FANCY AND ' STAPLE
iwwnTTflT nncil, ftXataflir A 1W1.TCAbT
I"atIEH' MU A"-"
- AUbOl FOKK1GN AND AMEBLCAS
Imported direct from Munafactnrara In F.urope, and
nurcbeardal auction lu New York, wbidi euabloa as
to ott-r ourfoods tills smuoo at about Laatera lmpor
tdra and Mauufaclurera prlooa
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
Thorouthly acaaoned,from 3 to S4 foot la width; a large
etoi-k always nu nana.
Famillos. Hotel Kaa:or, Rteamboat ownera and
alraiik-ra may depend upon fludlDK lha boat eiaaa of
c;H,dsib eurline al prices aa low aatbey can ba pur-
Liuuwa ui ikj tdJiom ciuoa. , arca v, iui-siuh
BOt'JTTV LAND WARHATTS.
COKGRESS atlta lats session, paater a
law, a-trimr. as a bouaiy, to each of lha
oOcors, privataa, mnsiciaiis,- waon
niasvora ai,u teamawra, ens sirs aaea vu
oired m all tbe wars since liW, Incladiug
Wjwsrsof Id 12 with Groat Briuin, Oa,
aaasradang atxty acres af Itrad. provided
suck peraou waa Isooorably diachaTKed tf
aine THHaQU anal penoraiait ine somen, oa
'd-aa,lboo to hit widow; If the widow be
dead, to tha mlnorcbll.lrou. All thai sorv
ad 14 data or mare are entitled lolbe nen-
egtof lhe law. And all bo hava received 40 arf0
aatwa are eatitled to aufflclctl to make up tbe 16tt
Ilia anderalgned will procure Warrant for a reas
onable feooaai.pllralloa. He will be found at IU
olkof G. r-Tau, Esq., in Lancaster.
Lancaster, Kerch IS, IHSJ t Eagle copy.
rarartR snhecrfbcirresneatftilly Inform hlstrtenda and
X public in general, that he kas eaaca, enlarged kt
STOCK OF GHOCERIES,
aa to th variety. Fie haa Jest opened and baa for aal
M. 1, fllackan i ortbe beat Quality.
SjaAlso. best Plt-ailngVlajearatr, and
tola small Ntssck of Drr fiooda to anil eussonsere
au orwnien wtitne aoi,t low for eaab orapproved enun
, iry proauce as nia tiv aiauo, eornr-r ot Drawn ill
i tt-i.it.... a. . . - ui i
Wlndinit Htreet. and aoarlr ennoalt tha aaa ta-aa
riotcl. I. Mf ikTH
f. JL IluWas, Caroa. lrs) gjid foca. Meal antt4
ltoc.-uJtV, Sepieraocf SI, M-tO
RRJIUV AL. -
JwrOCLO mapMkfMlf ana M umm;
a) t iw nvrw awrmiir, n ia7 mm rar
Ikaar Halalul.aM.1 to Ika ra atda .4 M!a
Uia iw-at frtat7 aalJ li Um ftiUa,a.a c.-
Waaiav WW, vkara uarr ar aia w rar-aa
I'raik BrWil, HSUi WSN a VMuu n
.. T JU T1M1M ABO 13 ALU SSikOJla.
Wa leva aalDfe ay a (Man mtf
Una of baa.
I baa. oaa. " seal H aa-naa; aaa rruui
al Ua Umi '
Wa ara 4aia.n p b7.
I aaaafarawu. Mt
Ur, Walor and ." iraKa,
will ba pruaibO
KIBK 4 BlUf .
S. B. WaaUooaIawljr1'.nB"l'
tJMiLT uoc .ua r1'il "i ,..u,
Ivwaalrataa. laa HI
Cl!f CIPI Jf ATTI, VTI tvaf 1 JTO 3 AS
XAKK9VIL1.K U.tlf. MO AD,
k PE!f TO L
PBX TO LiKCASTB):. Tu.'at Trmlaattraa-
l rMi laar C
cjii a ear a ctiM-tawaii mi ia. aaa iwr. aisr-
nrlnr at tancaater at v r. ai. aae m r. at.
1 rrlua leaf e Uaasuler at M k . s. s .d W 10 A. al.
arrtVatat CIDCinaatlml II Su A.M. audi 4b P. M.
Trains will atop for naeenfwrs as follow t kt AtaaaaU,
tca:"s. C"rcleiile. Vt. llllaniaioit, Fnr Ci,rura.
H .iaeS ,WahlnaTton. BiUsiuka,Zabl,i ruasiioad.
Tke downward traina ewnnact at kjurrow wltu lk
. ... . .... i ii.Ia mimis koad forC'uluwibaa.
Lines of atacea will run between lieceaeter aed ta-
Sir, Nelaoasill. Athena, Pouemy, Soiuaraat aa4
auaevllla, eooneetinf ""n tho twriilnf trala frwui
and eraoluff tram u vmM,nn.
a.conu;arra Brvadwa and Prfwilairau. v.d' at Itia
liltia M .asal or W Ue (Station Am it on tha Hw,
- h. W. V,001iWAU.
TTrTkaCoaapany will not be respouill.la for lia
gcacxeeaJluia60laaliie, uu'.ses Ih anma he ra
t .ruediikCoadertororAewat,ai.d frstgtl paid at
ilneraUoraiaaaa(afoTr) tMJUluraiue abose tkaw.
auioOUV. jaaivo o, iw,
flPOKTSaf E., FA U 31 EIU, LIVERY ASD
Haceaica and all who bar afjed Hoiai-,
4t TJi5!IKTT GARRETT raspatraV.f r-mliKU
r. I yoa that he Is still haiuinartnf awa; n
SrW(r,,l,a(t, CUff . ttr, l.ieba
Vr ts always on hand to treat erlpplnd horaee.
Aneiperleure of neatly 4P yean, and a iy yeara of
thai tine audrrtha lusirurtioa ofaa emli.eut Vst.-rtns-ryHorve'ro.
euableakim to cotiodcrtlr indcrtakatte
iM didlcalt caaea. la KUOiilG lie holds klasaelf
aacond to none.
AT-jak H's ropJtntlon la now eo srell know tl.alor
ys are eentio bin to be shod fi.as anoet of I;-J
I JucicbborinrclUos and towns. His Shoeing Skoft
v Q accnmmodatiobaaruao ample I' at no d ,t-r''t
r delay will eearoreat. BK.vSKrr GAHKji l.
Uniuuf, AarnMil, lest lioil
lEttU ABUIVAL OF UktaCllIK
CITY GROCERY STORE.
nxxBr a. Grnr.rr.iji,
Om,Drutef thlHHt Fa(y Wait, al ad.
Jtfsia aiceet, Immut, Okie.
TJ ESFBCTFCIAYeolltfte the eUsBt'oo or
V aud eiistoiiiera, and all that tit7 want Gr U.
andwko will be so kind aa to fire hlai arall. botbLom
the Ity and cooi.try, to aoy aop.-rlor and uoB.pl-te ate r.
of Grocerlaa,JJtrowll,enbrae;u la Murt the foi
lowiuartideat JAVA and RIO COwpRF: Votcf. Hyaaa,
a?S?l E'.ark nnd l-jmerlalTLAS; Kjw Orleans Hurar.
Loaf, Cmsh'ed and Pclreiljcd: :ic. Golden
aawdsaVriynip. t. H. Strop. S. B. Mola-ws. Si. Orleans
do., Orar.jt's, Leasona. Hateteoe,, Plr. Frnln. Almor.da,
Paeons. Ftlberta.toco S uu and Unit Nu',ilr;co heel.
Dried Toocuea and Clnctnnatt Cm-.i iiui, KiIlsa
UaJry Cheoeeaud W. K. Cr.-amd.. fcplw.Ciarenon,
CIutos. Notui. irs. Mace, Alsplce, Pepper and Oii.rer,
?al Soda, Cr.Tanr.alrata,liur. b, Kaltpet jr, Bin.
Lop-wood, Indlwo, Madder, Alum, atc.otc.
np, Candles, Tab, EocksU, Brovnis, VTasb eris.
Bwtkcia, etc., ete.
A ne l,t of CUearlnr Tobacco, also fmoVlna do. tuH
rifarfi Wines and W alker's Banor Pa: A-.-, s r-"-al
stock of Notion. Toj a, auU gwst r.-:y otir a nicies.
Msyl.Wt. H. A.OVWMiai. '
RAI L ROAD C AR8 ARE IN.
AS Inst re'elced bis PPP1S0 end ryKJ:H
lily of HATS A CAFS tth!i--l sl-cl, fcitttk
mmif lift: Mmin tinf. tearacur, ( hi, ill
dock nee tven aelcrl.-e W'.ID ca-7 ar.o cwurao.
rr wairtrtr en iiniaac laui a.
ludlrt; White Bi-ar, MoiaHn, o. 1 T'rfT
13 China and Ptltl f-tra and !.rto.u
HaUj M.. B-.s and ruil lr jn. Paiin Le.f. frewi ! t
37;AlsnMnali Roj-'a Furaad ',t.il7ii..i hut,
oaan.t t kiidrena rancr ni'i. u.n ne io; i
the lowest prices. Leghorn Hats washod sr.d b'rachW
al the shorliwt nolUa. JtTT'l'on'tforrat !!t ..lar..
stay , irja. v. rjiidui.
TBECI AXB P1.4.5TI FOB MLB.
THE subscriber offers to the psklie this spr'.nr. a.
choice colleetioa of t'iisit and tlrnte
taVttaii Trees, kits ru ha, aVc. ?Oav
thSt&i&Amaaii tka klio'n ara Apple,
-.fll1..,. r'hrrv. I'l.im- fl.i.f-H Sri;?
YTmt.a Dw.rr, Pesck, Apncot, f
Lmm Gooaeiierrv and Cuirr.le. dVe. waa.
Thtornimeotal kinds are Ere.-t-reen and Peeidneka.
Tbaae Treea were uioii nro-mred -t Eastern fiarea-
rles, and kava neocj riu sstaaisAea bare.
Psrsonsara requested loca'i only on Jsfea-fave,laFss,
acsdavsaad Feidaya of each week. Kocatalcaaas aaa
be f jrundied. For fuilli r panlctilare see Vtlia.
Fprlr.cGroTe Xnr-arlat, uua ntile West of CcrrelL,
FairSeid county, Ohio. . March 1, '.IK O
rUEOLU SLOW ana CAB 1 M 1 )Jt
etira. Clarks, Hriglt At Co.,
H AVE U
taken for a ajmber ft sears, Uie Poutidre
owned by John Arucy, Kstj , s.'.:u.ta ti"a c'r .ae
ndRremd Strntt, in t.U tit, ' i.t t,.rr. vctrs
they are diHarmlnad tn be oo k ind with all Sick ara- .
dee ia taeir line, at tha country require.
COAL, WOOD, COOKING PARL-OL'B STDrfS.
g. -a- Mlll-Cr'ra. Machine CASTINGS aaJ
'TSfCTfFLOUGlij, of vaxlo'is latien.a,
iaawudaaWaaa rat.led a suporlor art-elf, tog-jlher W4ia
kil ttUior anwlos tu tie Foundry luie.
CLASKEMI CaaU!k aaa Ctraw Cattar.
An articles auperior to all oihors of the kind la Ci
eonntry, and one to wh'cu we Invite the special tf.er
tloa of the Farmer. Tula mt-.Mne for cattinf sock
corn for h'gh feeding or frtiLiig stock, wiiisavo rrroa
Jo lo 40 per cent. Cum Fodder, a ken cut. Ia nearly nr
quite equal to kay for feodtur elthe.- cattle or horaea,
mafclnf an acre of wall savu.i f.irn fodder wo-l tw.
acraa of the tost a-rowr. ba; in Gklo. Tbey are calcu
lated for either baud or tir.no rower, wa ara alea
praparirg lo fitraiab to order . .
XcCMaalcii'tUsHiiieraBJ Grata Cottar aaat
VooreU H beat Drill.
Farmers give at a calL Everybody give aa ca!l,
and buy oar goocr and wares, our ploogbt and aharaa.
ana we win irj in vim w your corn, your wneal.
yoarlour, yonr weat. your hay, your nata, your tag
iiank sours, or aught yon may desire to spare. of broken
potr or other ware. We therefore her the hVhe.t
u-'jiv, wtuiu.i uwroiua an? joaw. uiak you will give a
'ibiral abare of i alr-ti-.r.- to its who are dMernuiad ta
do business on the tnoei Mherr.i Vinas.
F.bruary lu, Ii4. CLA ItKE. WEIGHT A CO.
BLAXK BOOK HAWr FACTORY AK1
Book BiDtlery, Lancaatct, ObJ. ..
I Graces, Jtisttec' Blanks,
fficl -u, lloubln and Single
Eutry lMgHra, Journals, ly
doom's, die. , aVc. Alao, Book
Blading of every deaerlpiloa.
Ooi-e la a uosl aauafactary
All orf-irs.bT letter or other,
wlaa. nrom-.-tiv attended to.
Ori'n for fttndluc can be lft at Ike Gazette OfBee.
or at the B'.adory,oa Main Street, la theroura tbemer.
ly neeapi,d by Col. P. Van T re nop, as a Law OSaa,
i.t nearly opposite nr. nraioer'a real Jon te.
December 14, UU li ). Bl'BCBLL.
aag Orange aed mad Plant.
nnHEuiidnralgr.- have a large amonntof Oaaga Ov
by none In the eounlry.ahlab tbey will Mliittha
rlSUGF.a SET AND WARRANTED.
Atfaotn! to ell cants pot rod, with a fair deductfeai
hare la re- central are ruble.
Htl)G-.S COMPLETELY Gr.OWN,
At from "S eenta to II V rod-lb paymente as fol
lows t when the hodne is set, and the IwUaaa whoa
It will aaawa the purpose of a rood fence.
Kbuurs oriu w.i.
Forwhkt'dlsinterestrd Judces wli: say Hta worth, (aa
compared with good frures) when it la cnmplotati.
HE1IGK8 COMPLETELY CKOVV5,
Attlto S vcrro.l.tobe paid for whea cnarl4eeV
JAMES SUM ITER A CO.. IHyton, Oil in.
J.aasSi rTaa,t'olicg- Corner, ButlrreotiutT.Obia
J.aas McGuw, Aleiauderjvtllo, Ohio.
Baasaaia Laaa, Dayton, Ohio,
alar 1, lisH. C. HA KT1X, AganV, Carroll. O'ulo.
MOOLEN FACTORY FOB BALE.
fTHF. nnder,e-nrd would respectfully ant. onus lav
tlie clirena or rairuoin aau aijoiiiina. couniiea.
that be desires loa-ill at VHrvat aale Iks Weaki
FaM-Aorysltoataii In tbtowtB oUarJl'ai-,
Falrflold coanty.t'hlo, The machine la rrtnrlpsirv
NEW and In FlWr.'a RA1E UL'NMSG OPVkR aa4
does work aqoal t an) In the country a4 ha a larva
raaofeaatom. There leeonnectcl lb tho FeeiorJ
. . a go,d and eonvenlont HwolUua-Houao, i ontalh
lr four rooms, and also amrancly silustcd lots.
JLuLVhe out build inrs ar aaasernus and convenient.
Petaona deairaaa of makteara bantalo In tbia
iravenaport, October, lKS-a-W
7jk. rikw stock.
A fttvr mmd well Bwlecteai lot of Groeorto
enality aa aaa oe w auj aiiuuar fmvuaa wsi w
I havwynat received a rhat lot af Orenberuse. ta-wi
oaa, Ihg. Prnaa, and also a ayunrl varirg of Kw,
anrh aa Ahaeosa. Sraidl Nara. Dne Ncta, , Alaa, a
spleadrdlotef Old Wewieea Bneerr. Chfr. .
-. . iau iMowrw-sGxx.
lavaeaatar FeA. T, 159a-4
Hi Vg lust been reeolred ky th auliMrlbar, at
Id stand , where ka will ba bpyy ta asewt
mmA tha Ml.lle rwneraUr.
rtnwkariea will be sold by ma and f a