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CITY OF LANCASTHEL:
Thursday ltlornlutr Jnne91,lS3
Speech o( th Uon. Ken Beth Itayner.
The following truly eloquent and patri
otic speech of Hon. Kenneth Rnyper, of
North Carotin, delivered at the banqunt
to the American , National Convention, on
last Thursday, is one of the richest speci-1
mens of eloquence we have read for a long
time. It elicited thunders of applause.
11,1 r J, indeed, is the task imposed on
. him to whom is assigned tin duty of re
sponding to such a sentiment as that of the
Union, around which clusters o many
hallowed an l heart-stirring associations.
The UnlonT'The'very word is poetry itself!
aye, the., poetry of patriotism. What
tongue so eloqueut as to portray i'.s beau
ties; what heart so full as to appreciate
Us glories; what braiu so capacious us to
estimate ita value?
Tho.Uuion! the very mention of the
worl is enough to Rtill all the tumults of
our troubled nature to hush all ihe nngry
contentions of conflicting interests to
hallow all the anxieties of the patriot'
heart in regard to our country's future.
The idea of the Unit of theso Stales!
lloW vast the field of contemplation which
it opens bufbru the human .mind. It
' grasps within itself, first, the most glorious
associations of th past the most intense
approbation of our present blessing the
most intense ana anxious hopes as to the
cloi-ns ol our country s future
The union of. thus States! Why tie
. Tery idea carries back the mind to the
time when our Pilgrim Fathers landed on
Filgrim Rock, at Jamestown, nt Roanoke,
when their hearts and their arms, nerved
with strength and vigor, impcllod by do
votion to eivir liberty and resistance to re
' ligtous oppression, they braved all the
storms of the ocean, they sullered all ih
privations and peril which were peculiar
to a people floeing from oppression to a
distant wilderness. The same idea of
union comprehends tho time when we
gliJo further down the stream of history
to mat time when our patriot fathers
stuns by the oppression of the mother
country, wdre lashed into resistance for the
purpose of assorting lha grcnt principles
which were tho birthright of Bnisli sub
jscts, nnd which they supposed had becu
in v.i lod. . " .
The same idea of tho Union covers the
lime when that conclave of tsarus nipt in
this very city, and, my brethren, within a
fur hundred yards of thi3 spot whoro wo
aru now congregated, and rsally when I
nllaJe to that importnnt event in our his
tory, when I feel the sterling associations
connected with it, I fuel I am in the sight
of that hallowed plaeo, I fuel like Moses
did when ho bohold lha burning bush, that
the very ground upon which ,1 stand is
acrd ground, .f Applause.)
. Ayo, my friends anil brethren, this idea
of the Union carries your minds back to
tint scoiio, when that conclave of sagos,
who hallowed hones now rest in our
classic soil, had plo lgid their lives, their
fortune's and their sac-rod honor, "that
: theso colonies were, and of right ought to
be free an 1 independent Slates." Il covers
. asooiations'stiy more thilling tveii than
that. It earriifs you back to nil tho battlu
fiVl Is of the Revolution. This iden of tho
Union oovers tho sacrifices of our fathers
: at Bunker Hill, at Saratoga, nt Urandy
wino, Guilford and Camden,, where 'the
b.ist blood of America crimsoned tho soil,
and watered tho tree of liberty,' under
whoso spreading branches wo aro now re
posing tn poico and happiness. (Great
Yesmy frionds, this idoa of the TJiiiou,
which was the result of our father's sacri
fices, carrios the mind back to tho peril,
the suffering, tho sacrifices of our father's
when that nisnjwhosa namo is hallowed in
' thi hearts and afflictions of every lover of
his country, at a time whon British cannon
was booming across tho harbor of Boston,
at a tiino whon tho patriots heart shrunk
with nnxiety; at tho tinio when our patriot
mothers hugged their babes to their bo-
s'oms with anxiety, that very tinio when
Washington drew from his side his trusty
sword and led tho sons of freedom to battle.
In 'contemplating tho glories of that
' time, you cannot fail ever to observe in
the foreground of tho picturo. that tho
calm eountouanea- of that man to whom I
h ive alluded was placed amid the stormy
strife and tumult of batik; that great man
who is como down to history tho grentest,
tho noblost, nn I tho mightiest nmong "the
fow, the immortal nanios that wero not
bom to die." (Groat applause.)
My Brothors, this idea of tho Union
covers an event in our history no loss mo
mentous, I refer to thnt time whon those,
horo Statesmen assembled for tho purpose
of forming that glorious Constitution under
. which we live, when coming together from
nil rnirta of thin V.ihL n.infiMlit.'firv with
conflicting feelings and interests, they laid
deep nnd strong the foundations o that
Tu,J,,.u n !i...,. 1 ...1 t..-.1
Templo of Liberty around whose nltnr their
tons might assemblo, and offer up their
sacrifloes in peace and fraternal concord,
This word," tlio union of theso Stalos,
thai tuea 1 say, which even covers tho glo
r ci achieved hv n.. n,. ,l.r.. i...
war with Great 'Britain, for it was becsuso "S American citizen. If this Union
-of the nationality of our country ,he "cnred line blcsemg. ifin it tlio inter
equality of rights growing out ot national, 0S,8 Wl'lf,,re f onr pM,er,,J ,ftr0 oon"
equality. represented by tlis Union, etn- ocr W "'I"1 . ?m .Ur hoWB flM
blcmatizcd by tho stars and stripes which ,e,,,rcd' "p dHUlitrt the darlings of our
, wore violated on the ocean, that wo drew
tho sword in that contest, national equality
was invaded. ( Applnusc.) Looking to a
' period (till later wjthin the knowludgu of
- all: our recent war with Mexico was un
der the broad fflgis of Union as embodied
in the stars and stripes, when our sons
marched over hetaoombf of Ihe lain to
tho vorv walls of the Monleiumas, nnd l. VVr , i TV V,'", n.0t b
.i i r i i ' .i Jlieve it I do not be heve it. I fuel in mv
tnv vcrr uvmu n wic sun bikjs niuwHil
the eastern mountain, they saw that glo
Brother, this idea of the union cover
the proud position which we now occupy
among the nations of tho earth. . Look at
bur present position? -What i it that
people our wildurness? What is it that
has .substituted for the shrubbery- of the
wilderness field of waving corn? What
is it that has whitened with the sails of
commerce those Jakca and river upon
whoso shore solitude ha brooded forage.
What is it' that bat c.irnod our Jitorature,
lunguago, science and arm fronuhe holT
;ing beaches of (he Atlantic, to the hnggy
peaks of tho Pnoific, it is the union o these
States.. . . - . .. r- .
Travel from' one ond of our coantry to
another, you hear the same language, you
see the sunn literature, the same laws, the
same institution, you see the school-house
and church throwing their spires heaven
ward, as you go into the wilderness, where
you see agriculture and manufactures. In
every direction you see the glorious heri
tage of the Anglo-Saxon race the common
law dispensing its blessings from the nor
thern rooks to the southern rliffs.through
out nil tlio conG.ies of this broad country
where the meanest nil, and the broadest
river roars mingled with its name forever.
mothers, not only does this idea of the
Uuiou cover the glorita of the past and the
blessings" of the present, but it covers the
glorious anticipations of tho future. Let
this glorious Union be maintained and pre-
sorveu. Lint us have American Liberty
nd American Religion. Let the camcfires
be lit on every l.ill. Lot ti e stars mid
stripes wavo in triumph on every breeze.
(IajihI applause.) ..
Jel tvory heart swell with patrotio feel-
nijfsas it contemplates our future destiny,
wnen wo, luivo petloinwd oht duties here.
in J liave gono to that country "from whose
bourne no traveler returns." Still these
great and gluiious and inestimable institu
tions will continue, and will bo inherited
by our p9 ority. But, my friends, w ho is
ra ,li enough to dura lift ilmt veil w hich
shrouds ll e future in daikness? for naught
save clouds and'- darkness rest upon the
I his Urnon- yes, thank God, it is a sen-
iiuient which has its Lome in the heart.
it is identical with liberty itself. Dostrov
this Union, and the very idea of liberty is
a wild and senseless abstraction. Assem
bled, then, as we are, on this festive occa
sion, representing, all, vnrious interests of
various tedious of this country, with free
dom's soil beneath our feet, and freedom's
banner Bireuniiiigo'or us, I would invoke
my brelhern here, and 1 would appeal to
them in language of brotherhood anil patri
otism, ask them this question.if our fathers
braved the perils of the ocean.Ruffcied the
privations of the wilderness, encountered
all dangers and difficulties; is it possible
thattliio tree of liberty; nurtured by their
blood, cultivated by their best affections, is
it possible thnt wo cannot now preserve
thoso institutions for which they Buffered
so much, and made such great sacrifices to
secure to us. 1 would appeal to my brother
who represents the country wl.eresleeps the
hest ot those who fell on Bunker's Hill.
1 would appenl to those who marched out
to the untiles ofGormantown and Trenton.
I would appoal to those in whoso vein flows
tho samo blood that poured outat Guilford,
Camden, Kutaw if our' fathers stood to
gether on that tryincr and dreadful occa
sion, shoulder to shoulder, sustainin! and
aiding eaeb other in the hour of conflict
and peril, if this institution; this Union is
the work of their hands nnd the heritage
of their gift, I would appeal to rou by the
blood of your fathers, will you" lay your
unhallowed hands on this Union, cemented
by their blood. (Great applause.) If our
fathers from tho Northern, tho Middle,
nnd the Southorn States could meet here
in convention in 1787, nnd there ncree to
sacrifice sectional prejudice upon tho altar
oi moir country, nnu Doqueath us that glo
rious Constitution, nsk you, in God's name,
is thero not enough of patriotism left, and
of devotion to the Tncmory of your fathers,
to swear that the hallowed work of their
hands shall nevr be dograded.
My brethren, this is no occasion for
more festivity, It is truo wo have met
together here to enjoy the hospitality of
friendship, nnd the generous greeting of
our Philadelphia brethren, nnd, if I now
understand the philosophy of this nssem-
hlngo, the genius of American liberty is
now brooding o'er us. Thero iff a deep
philosophy in tho object which brouglit ub
to this city. Tho object of our coming
horo is no secret, nllliotU'li there may' be
many here who have not entered into the
court of tho inner temple. .Thoro is noono
hero present who has not, if I may mitko
use of an illustration belonging to' Jewish
hictory, become a proselyte of the gate, nt
least; and in tr.lking of tl.o Union of these
States, ono sentiment fills my heart almost
to bursting, when I contemplate Ihe pos
sibility of its ever being destroyed. We
have assembled here for a good, high, nnd
a holy purpose. Tho only question is,
whether wo bring enough lo sacrifice upon
tho common altar lo savo thcFo glorious
Institutions. Applause. This, very sen
timent of Union, which has been so kindly
greeted, hero, is nn cvhh-nco that we be
lieve that the bnte possibility of danger lo
this Union, is enough to raiso every patri
otic heart to the determination that so far
as thnir efforts can avail, this Union shall
have no ending. Applause. '
Then, my brethren, I appeal (o you in
conclusion I appeal to you by thoso glo
rious associations of the past, by this glo
rious pi-dscnt.by tho bright prospoot of tho
future. I nppenl to (hu north by northern
associations, to the South by southern as
sociations, to mo common interests and
common prosperity, that before wo leave
this city of Philadelphia, wo shall havo laid
tho foundation broad deep and everlasting.
motiircn, wimtnreour labors, what tho
f""" C(l1" l" fus' C'P ' e
! labors and sauntioesTif our fathers? If tho
it 1 j .
insthnlioiis nronlrendy transmitted to us-if
ilio Union is stcuiod to us, a nationality
which gives to tho American citizen his
proud part in every land, and enables him
to walk with erect front through every
nlu," wll 1,18 P10"" consciousness ol be-
hearts. When wo contoiriDlnte the sacriti
cos our fathers made to us, in giving us
such n government, nnd in transmitting to
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in ouuu lusviiuuonn, u we nave noi patriot
ism enough to preservo thoso institutions,
nnd transmit them to onr children ns we
receivod them from our fathers, 1 dare to
say wo shall bonomo the bastard sons of
, , , . . "v
ismfc conservation enough now assemblod
in Philadelphia to save thisgloriousUnion.
Let us doour duty; lot us make these small
sectional sacrifices which maybe necessary,
under the exlgenttie of the case, to cornet-
unte the Union. We shall then have so-
cured our nationality, we shall hare se
cured the great principle of religious free
dom, and baring performed our duty, wo
shall have the proud consciousness' that,
owing to our eltorts, in part, the star-rpan-led
banner waves oyer the land of tho free
and the home of the brave I
The Louisville Courier of tho 2Cth, an
nounces the arrival in that city- from New
Orleans, of. the notorious Matthew F.
Lararette'sOplnlon of tho Papists.
The American papers Lave published
the fact that Go a. Layfaycttc, when on a
visit to this country, said "that if ever the
Liberties of this country wore destroyed it
would be by Roman Catholics."
The newspapers in tho employ of the
Papists deny that ever Layfayottc used
such Language. Wo are rejoiced that
they have done so becauso we have tho
proof from a liviug witness, nnd we always j
like to shut a Jesuit's mouth with tho evi
dence. They scarcely over tell the truth
themselves and they imagine that honest
men are as much given' over to the fath
er of lies as they are. But to the evi
dence. The Right Rev. Bihop Spauld
ing, of the Catholio Church, challenged
Prof. Samuel B.. Morse, iuvontor of the
Magnetic Telegraph, to produce a single
American witness to the utternnce of such
a sentiment by Lafayette. Prof. Morse
wroto to tho Rev. P, J. Vnnpclt, a .venera
ble and excellent minister of tho German
Reformed Church, who is in his eightieth
year, and is still a man of vigorous body
and mind. He had several interviews
with Lafayette in 1C21. The following is
an account of the lust conversation ho had
with the gallant Lafayette:
"Of the conversation at both inter
views, my recollection is vivid and dis
tinct "On my next interview nnd conversa
tion with Lafayette," says the venerable
Dr. Vanpelt, "nfter bis visit and return
from Boston,, ho said lo me, 'my denr
friend, I must tell you something that oc
curred when I was in Boston. I received a
polite invitation from the Chief Catholic
Priest or Bishop of tho Roman Catholic
Church in Boston, lo a: tend his church on
tho Sabbath. 1 wrote him nn apology, say
ing, as 1 never expected to bo in Boston
niiitin, and as during the Revolution when
in Boston, I worshipped sitting by the sue
of his Lxcelicncy General Washington,
and as i see that the church and tho pews
aro the same, except as they are decorated
with paint, I wish- to occupy tho same
seat in that church on the Sabbaih. He
took it in great dudgeon that I. did not at
tend his church. But I could not help
that. I 'followed my inclination. Wow,
my friend, I must lell you, that I was bro't
tin in France a Roman Catholic, nnd believ
ed th at tho Romnn Catholic. Church was
tho' only truo nnd Mother Church, till I
came to this country where I saw his Ex-
clluncy GenoralWasliinglon nnd the officers
of the American army of different religion,
worshiping in diUerent churches. My
eves were opened. I see men can bo of
different religion, nnd worship in different
churches, nnd yet be good Christians;
then saying, 'it is my opinion that, if ever
the liberties of this country (he United
State of America ) destroyed, it ivill
be by the lubtuity of the Unman Catholic
Jesuit Priests, for they are the most em flu.
dangerous enemies to civil nnd reliyious
liberty. They have instigated most of the
mirs in hurove. lie further said, 'I wish
my country, trance, had such rational lib
crty as vou have in this country. To
which 1 replied, as iny opinion that neither
I1 rnnce nor nny other country could have
national liberty without the free circulation
nnd knowledge of the Bible.- To which
he gave ready and cordial assent.
With sincere rcf-pcet.and esteem,
Your obedient servant,
P. J. Vantklt.
Prof. Samuel P. B. Morse, Plotighkuopsio
Upon which Prof. Morse, in his reply
to Bishop Spalding, comments as follows:
You have now, sir, what you so loudly
called for, lo-wit: the concurrent testimony
of one American to tho uttering of tho sen
timents ot tlio motto uv Ijatavette, nni
nearly ipsissiinis verbis. The character of
tho witness, sir, is unimpenclied nnd tin
impenchnblo. Through your qvcr-ze'ulous
hnsto to uostroy the influence of tho warn
ing of this motto upon the American mind
you hnvo been unwittingly tho inslrumont
of establishing its paternity in Lafayette bo
vond dispute. You havo drawn out evi
di.-nce too of its intrinsic trutli; for tho vory
measure by which you have attempted to
throw discredit upon tho genuiness of this
motto, furnish a glaring oxamplo of tho in
heient corruption and dangerous cliaiac
ter of yoiir corporation; nnd (hey have al
so demonstrated most emphatically tho
necessity lor Riicli a warning, and tho Tore
sight nnd deep sagacity of tho Ilepuhlio'i
wiso, nnd constant, and benevolent friend
Tho result of this controversy bears
lesson both lo tho American people nnd to
you. 1 ho American people it will tench
to ponder with less incredulity nnd with a
deeper concern tho prcgnaut warning of tho
Fathers of the Republic. .
To you, sir, it administers a marked re
buke. That n foreign priest, trained by
the necessities of his birth in tho dark
scholasticism of his ancestors, should, nt
the bidding of his ghostly master, bear
with him to this land of Diblo light nnd
Christian civilization tho debasing max
ims, tho disgusting superstitions nnd dia
bolical doctrines of his education; that he
should think to practise undiscovered in
this land ot intellectual and moral light, the
arts of deception with which cxunple and
habit have made him familiar nt homo, ex
cites less Our wonder than our pity nnd dis
gust; but that an American, that one who,
with his first moral breath, inhaled tho pu
rified air of a Bible Christianity; that one
whose infancy was nurtured nmid the
sound hnads and honost hearts of a Ken
tucky community .should voluntarily shrink
away from the daylight that surrounded
him, nnd deliberately prefer to gropo for
enlightenment in tho foreign dens of a do
cnying and festering suportition, is a puz
zle beyond my poor comprehension to solve,
on any ordinary principles of moral science.
Scripture, intleed, speaks of a class who
'love darkness rather than light,' and Scrip
ture supplios the roady solution of the
Jty-Sonfttor Douglas has written a lot
ter, in the course of which .upeaking of the
Know Nothing party he says; ;
"It is the doty, and, I firmly believe,
the destiny, of the Democratic party, un
der the guidanoeof Divino Providence to
confound, overwhelming, and utterly anni
hilate this secret, insidious, and dangerous
organization." . .,
: The only Providence that ever had any
thing to do with Democracy, was Provi
dence, Rhode Island, where one of that
sweet party came near being hanged for
trcasfon. uou, jour.
Tut Ss Aan or a Pome M. Pouch, tho
sharpest wit ud humorist of Ihe age, thai hlu off tho
courts ofevoulsln the life of a Brltlih politician of the
uper clatsoi. It ku quit u much truth at poetr.'
PublloLllo't aitaco, '
Aul all llio men In offlco, merely la) ent .
They have their characters and ularki, f.
Anil on mania hit couno l' nuuy parts.
Ami acU through seven ages. First, the liifant,
Blrli-born, lnherillraa roat'Of-aruik,
Ami then IhO Public School-boy. with hla satchel,
' Aud shining lot of faff, going by rail,
Uncaring to school; then the Collegian;
Boating and driving with a comic ballud.
And supercilious eyebrow. Then lh Patriot, "
Full of strong ouths, andniustaclicd like the pard,
Anxious for honor, not disposed to quarrel
With any docontsituMioii,
Ruffl-0 that ean one's mouth. And then tho Mcmbor
Quoting old aaws and modorn iiiilanrcs,
In fair round paunc h, with public dinners lined;
And sohoplayshls part. Tho sixth ago shuts i
into the lean and slippered Minister;
With spectacles, and proso, and voles on side,
Ills youthful views renounced, a world to wide
For his shrunk wits, and his once manly voiro
Trying In Tain to hoan Ihe penplo, plpoa
A miserable sound. Last scene of all,
That ends this sad, disgraceful history,
Is childish red lapcism, and more routine
Sans heart, sans brain, sanspluclt,snni,overythlMp.
Gubernatorial Gen. Sanderson .We
havo watched with much interest the move
ments in various portion? of the State up
on tho gubernatorial question; many men
of tho most sterling worth hnVe been pre
sented, for tho consideration of the peoplo
this fall. Wo now respectfully put for
ward our distinguished townsman, Gener
al GEoncE Sakderbok.
Tho General is one of the first scftlcrs of
Ohio, nnd has always been a resident of this
city nd county, lie was formerly a mem
ber of tho old Whig pirty, but always
worked with the American wing. Hull
surrendered him in 1812 but he refused
to surrender himself.
We say to tho peoplo of Ohio that wo
commend him to tho consideration of
every American in tho State for his man
hood, his patriotism, nnd his worthy self
To the Americans of Ohio we say no bet
ter man can be elected for Governor.
In our county nnd district, wb put
General Sanderson ngainst tho world.
Americans In Liberty.
On Saturday last we had the pleasure of
meetinff nbout three hundrod of our Amor
ican friends, of Liberty township, in the
beautiful grove of Peter Itushon, Esq.
Judgo Shaw gave them one of his happiest
efforts, holding up most glaringly the pic
tures of tho old Red Lodre. .His allusions
lo the time "ho wns read out of the party"
were indeed amusing. His exposition of
the American platform was full, clear and
forcible, with nothing omitted to tho intel
We observed in the audience a respecta
ble number of old line democrats nnd three
Sag Xicds, for npprehonsion of whom the
Americans offer largo rewards.
Tun Approaciuno Harvest. We late
ly returned from a brief jaunt up tho Lit
tle Miami valleyinnd through some of the
adjoining districts. During our trip wo
maintained a sharp, look out upou the
wheat nnd cornfields, nnd therefrom do
rived tho most lively satisfaction. Tho
valley spreads out her lap of plmity most
splendidly. liar corn is luxuriant nnd
hor wheat fit Ms thickly studded with
heavy-headed grain, are silvering into ma
turity, nnd ero long will bo ripe for the
aicklo. A richer promise never encoura
gi.'d tho fnrmcr, or gladdened the eye of a
Along the lino of the Cincinnati, Wil
mington and Zanosville Railroad which
expends itself through tho heart of a splen
did country, similar promises of large
production onhaticcd tlio satisf iction of a
highly entertaining n.le upon tho wings,
of steam; and justified our previous antic
ipations of enjoyment.
Tho elements lo this lime have conspi
red to facilitate tho industrious exertions
ofour farmers throughout the greater por
tion of tno Statu. We have seen nothing
to discottrngo aspirations ofa most abun
dant pitdd,. ami hnvo heard no accounts
depressing to tho sanguine expectations
of plenty thnt are universally entertained.
A general choerfiilness is thercforo dif
fused, and nil ranks in tho country, for
once have restrained the croaking epidem
ic, and look forward to tho most flattering
reward for patient, industrious nnd ad
venturous enterprise. Cin. 2'imcs.
What Does it Mean? Bio. Tuthiil
perpetrates tho following in tho lust Eagle:
The Dilicrei co.
On Thursday last tho second number of
the Gazette npponreil under the editorial
management of its present, proprietor; nnd
thnt number; was strangely in contrast with
the same sheet a month ago. ' Then, the
pnpor teemed with such vile fish mnrkot
slang, ns would hnve disgraced even the
lish women themselves. Sow its tono is
elovntod, dignifiod nnd respectable; though
wo beir leave to say, erroneous.
If our neighbor pursues his present
course, his paper will soon regain the re
spect of honorable and high-minded men,
wbo, while they do notsupport Us doctrines
enn still respect, the -editor of the sheet
which proclaims them.
. We shnll send f Campbell a copy of this
pnpor. So mnka np your accounts in time.
Even Sam Medahy don't know you.
Choice Sample of Wheat. Wo saw,
on tho Corn and flour Exchnngo this mor
ning, a sample of wheat brought from the
farm of Dr. Thomas T. Owens, West Riv
er, Anno Arundel county. It was taken
promiscuously. from a field of fortyncres,
and is said to boa fair exponent of tho en
tiro field. Tho stalks are nearly six feet
in heights with largo full bends, beautiful
ly developed. It is certainly asuporb snm
plo. But. Pat. Thurt.
New llAMPsiimn. All is over. The
Renato has confirmed the election of
Messrs. Bell nnd Hale, by almost a unani
mous voto, New Hampshire will thus be
restored to her truo position as a Northern
Stnte in the next Congress. She has Re
publicans and notdonpjhfacos and traitors,
in both brand cs of that body All right.
The cholera, which has been prevailing
on the Missouri and Upper Mississippi riv
ers, is said to have entirely disappeared.
' A frocTnegro has boon sent to the poni-
lonunry in ivonincky, irom narTi8on coun
ty, for emigrating to that State.
June 15th, 1855.
Erx Ga.kttk: Gov. Medill held a great
Mass Meeting at the Austcrman House, on
the 15th. The Gov. with Messrs. Martin
ii Schlcich. a law firm of your town, was
lo have addressed the meeting, but Aus
terman's "Naiive"preveuted some speech
es we wero to have had.
We expect better luck next time.
-. - GOVERNOR. J
Out on Bail. . ."' i
Passing up from the Railway the other
evening, Wo accidently overhauled ouf
worthy Marshal, Mannf, and a gentleman
in limbov i , ' "
"You must go up, Sir," snid tho mar
shal. We looked the fugitive full in the face
when we discovered our friend J.vo. Boyeu,
Mayor of Cirqlcville. The niht beinjr
somewhat dark, we did not recognize him
its soon as we otherwise should have done.
We went his bail, nnd gave him the free
dom of the city. Com again Mr. Mayor
On our Table. We find upon our tabic
the republication of the "North British
Review," the 'Edinburgh Review,' "Lou
don Quarterly Review,' 'Blackwoods Mag
azine,' all published by Leonard, Scott &
Co., No. 79, Fulton Street, N. Y. . Our
literary friends will find a rich ' treat in
these magazines, while the Publishersshould
meet with a recompense equal to their en
Our School Library.
Wo arc requested by Prof. Williams to
state that during the coming vacation the
librarian will always be found at his post,
so that onr citizens shall havo uniut'erupt
edly tho full advantages of our School Li
jtThose wishing a machine for cut
ting both grain nnd grass can bo supplied
by calling soon on T. P. Galllt, at the
Steam Saw nnd Planing Mill. Fruit and
ornamental trees, tho mammoth grape 1,
inch in ditmetcr, warranted. Sec adver
tisement. jTrOtir friend Lotia IIuuer, of Lithop-
olis, has received the appointment of agent
of tho "Water Curd Journal," and "Amer
ican Phrenological Journal," two very
good papers and worthy the patronage of
Snydf.r Si Kinian's Flocrino Mill.
Wo paid n visit to this establishment the
other day and found all things in proper
order for the coming crop. Messrs. S. &
Iv. nro gentleman worthy of the best pa
tronage. We hope to see them aucceod.
What Is life but inipiratlol),
Tlio hrjalh of Him whose power Fujireiuo,
All Nature fe-.Ms and must obey,
Goodness, Justice, truth nnd mercy;
Ail in ntl to Hun belong,
Mortals, bush, to mniirn rs wronr.
Pied At his residence, n-.-nr l.ancnstor.on Thurilny
ninir. tlio l-Uli Inst., l ot. II.iikv Hiui,, in tliu slxty
eventli year of his ftire. To all llioo who knew the
Col. you need noi sny that you have lost a kind, a gen
urous, a Just man; but it u even so.
Ilia fntc ti'i mine, I'll ho content.
When Ood recalls tlio breath Ho lent.
L.I.XCASTKf? l.OPGR, Xo. .ri7 - - Jmup SfJ, M5.
KXCAMl'MKNT, No. . - - - July 3
Ffbruary 22, lrvi, G. Kecorde'r.
Tv noli evn I it i 1 utc.
Tn uicjUi-h rtfTuacliors hili In Laiienstnr on tho
of M.iv. tho uminraiiriie-l wuro nniHtiiitotl hs
u r;iiiUittiM' t'nrumlry purposi-H, nnu oThlfh tmlts-
.ttfinito a t.7 for Imuiint; gmti'mi inueMiitf oi inu
Ttfiirhcp f Ftilrrtoltl fotiitly, tho bus.ncus tif wliith
ntcottiiff hniiM be to mako tho tn'ci;sary HrrunKO-
niunts nr hgMliiffa louchar lnMHiilo in titu rmin
tyasoiiiijtluio wtllilu tho pro?')nt your. Wo t!mr"1brft
nrotiot that tlio mfolttiir ho hoM nt tho North Si'hnul
Huitiliiiir In lmt'.istor, on Saturday the fri'A fn':, ut
ono oVIut-k V. INI
JOHN W 11.1,1 A MS,
June SI, 1F5."i 8u7
Masonic Cc'i bnUion at Cirelcvillc.
ON MONDAY. .ll'.V'U as. nn extra train will leave
LtiueiiHtjr at H.atl A. AI, ami arrive at t'irclevlllo
lit II. .11) A. M. U.'tiirnlnir. will leave Clrelorlllent 4.43
H. M . and arrive at l.i.mu.tor ut 5.43 P. M.
F.ire by litis train 40 cents each wuy.
For Tickets apt'ly lo Vtm. Milner. Platlon Afjent,
Luncaster. 1. M' L. ti l'AUGllTON, riitpt.
NEW CIOTHlicT EST ABLISHMENT.
It. Fit AN K,
fT AH Just received and is opening for sain In tlio
I 1 city nf Lsncaster, on Muiu Street, at llio -wuil
known stand In J'r. Shawk'a Kow, opposito George
Kaiitriiinu's Drugstore, n largo, uuw aud spleudid us
sortmeitt of the most fashiouublo
READY MADE CLOTHING,
which, will bo soM tit irru.it hnrirnlit. n t am l(toriutf--
eiii lo noil Ht the lunent llurw fur cuh. Ho most ro
spuclfiilly AolU'ilfiu roiiHoniLblo shuro of public patron
tiffo, nft I ox poet l( rontlnno In this plm-e for yo:ir to
Btipply 'ho t'ltlioiiK In llio rlfhcxt rlothlnjr. All who
w.nh in purniiiHO I'loiutiifr 1 ntn ntinui will do won to
fflvo him ft call, a I Ahull hu outtblod with thti utoclt of
UootUon hit ml lo jrnpfy tli tiiit j of tho mint fnntlil
lotia iliimly uik! mtu'lmnlc down to tho honut fariii-
I it It it II bo enithli'tl to romliii'l tho buainosi In tho
(ionium, French uml Kntcliah language.
.uuioi.stur, Juno 21, JHjj- -3m7
- BUSINKSS NOTICE.
I have disposod of the Gniotto establishment lo
Cieorum W. Mso Ki.aov, Esq. All those tndobted to
mo for Advertising and Job Work aro respectfully
solicited to settle without delay. In my absence ac
counts can be settled with Mad Lcvman, Esq.
Lancaster, May 31, 1S53. T. . SLA UUIITER.
P. 8. My successor la authorised to Iciclpt for al;
subscriptions due me, and will All up all advauce
XJF.RSONS bavins; claim against T. R. Slaughter,
jp win proseui tue same to ui" uooorsiirneo ror puy
Lancaster, Juno 14, 1FM,
l.. C. UUTLll, '
WOULD respectfully Inform the
cltiaons of Lancaster and t leinl
ty.thalbo has opened a Shop In Mar
tin's How, where hi Is prepared to rc-
y air nil kinds of Watches, ( locks and
uwelrv with neatnossand diatiuteh.
TTfAll work warranted to perform well.
Laucaslor, June 14, IHA4 lf ,, .
School Ltbrnry Notice, '
THEcltltenaof Iaincnstor aro hereby notlnoAthat
tho voliuoosuf the School Library will be distri
buted on next Suturdav. between the hours of ono nnd
two P. M.,and on every Hatnrday thereafter, unless
apeelal notice to the contrary b given.
The use of the Books will bo suhj ct to the regula
tions, a copy of which will be found pasted ob on of
tue Diana leaves or each voiumo.
Ho minor can draw a volume from the Library ex
eept upon the written order of a parent or other re
Pork or a Oansa. Let A. B. hav on thlsonler,
till further notice, such books as ho (sha or they) may
bo entitled to. D. K.
TT'Depnsltory at the North School Bnilillnsr.
J11110H, 1A5 ;(w0 W.M. WIIITNJiV, Llbrurlan.
UNIVERSITY "FAMILY REMEDIES.
T SSUEO under the seal, sanction anil authority or
1 Hi Unlvorily of FHKK MKHU'IMK and fonular
KmtK Ii.iIi-a. 'linrtt.rf.1 l.v llm KimIm nf FtfttitHVtviKlila.
April 'JV. 11-33, with a capital of J luo.imil inaini) for the
purpose or arreslliif (lie evils of SfUKIOl'S NOS-
i ki Ms, mo lor uppi tuff tno eoniiuiiiiiiT vhb relia
ble reinotlieawborc-tora competent ptiyaiYiau cannot
or will not bo employed, have purctiaiftl from lir.
JOHN R. ROW AND, his celebrated llnwand's
Tonic Itllitui'r. known fur twenty-live Tears as
tim only sure and safe cure for FKVKK and AtiVK,
etc., ami nis inesiiinaiiie reniedv for BOWKL CUM-
rl.A.I TS, Itowamrs compound Syrup of Blacknorry
Root, which highly approved aud popular Hemedles,
lo-tiier Hh Lite Univeriitv's Hi.nio.lv forrouinlaiiits
of the Luna;. Te University's rlenw-dy for 1 nrp
suror liHtisasilon. The University's Reniedv for Cos
tive Dowel. AUo-thn Uiiivenil v's Almanac uml be
had at the Brauch Dispensary, or at the C'itv Hook
Store of - . B. CO.NNJiU..
Uncster,.May 31, 185S Jm,
LMIVEHSITJT rAJtllLV Ui:nCDIES.
TSSUED under the seal, sanction and authority of
tlio University of PKKB MEDICINE and Popular
KnowUdsro. t'h.irterod by the Uluto ofPenusvlviiiiln,
April w. 1"j3, with a capital of aiuo.oou mainly for the
purpose of arresting the evils uf SPURIOUS Nt)S-
- , nun ir supplying; I no community with relia
ble remedies wherever a competent phvsiclau cannot
or will not be employed, hnvo pun-bused from Dr.
JOHN K. ROWA.M), bis celebrated llowulld's
Tonic mixture, knowu for twenty-lire years as
the only turo and safe euro for FEVKK and AG UK,
wr.,uu in iiiusiiiiiaoie rciueoy lor mlWKL, L'OM-
rni.i i r, Kowann s compound Kyrup of Rluck berry
Hoot, which liirlily approved and nonnUr Un,,m.ll..
toeetlier with Ihe University's Remedy for complaints
of tlio Limes. Tha University's Romeilv for Uyspen
sla or Inrtleestlnn. Tho University's Romndy for Cos
tive llowel. A I jo Ihe Unlversity-'a Almanac may bo
x. iir.nKi, Bremen, Fiiimem County, O.
ITM1VEHSITT FAMILY HE.TIGDIES,
TS.SUEU under the sonl, sanction and authoritv of
i. tue uuiveriiyor KKKE MKDIC1.NE and Popular
Knowledge. Charterod by the MtiteorPennylviania,
ojirii iroj, mm acapiuil oi fou,uou matnlvrorthe
purposo of arrostiiig the evils of KPUKlOll's KOS
THOMS, also tor siinnlvlnir the comuiunilv with relia.
llo remedies wherever a competent physictnn cannot
or will not be employed, hnvo nurrhoVed from Dr.
JOHN R. H0WAN1I, bis celebrated Kowand's
Tunic iTIixturr, known for Iwemy-tlve years as
tho only sure and safe euro for FEVER and Af.lIK.
Ac, Mill his Ineslin able remedy for BOWEL COM
PLAINTS, Rowand'scoiupoitud Syrup of Hltiukhorry
Hoot, which hlhly approved iiud'iiopiilar Romedios,
together with the University's Reini dy for complaints
... u.n.s. , no ,;iurerMiiy s neiueoy isr liyspep.
slaor Indlisestinn. The Universiiv's'Remedv for t
live Bowels. Alnthe University's Almanac may bo
had at the Hrnnth Dispensary, or Store of
Laucasterlvtay31, lfc55 3iu4 M. Z. KREIDER
Z I N K &T B I S H,
"V5T0ULU respectfully Inforrh their customers.
that they have rixovid
their F.sUibllshment to tho North side of Miiln N,n.m
W w me riiiAeus Kuiiernnv
laissiea Store, whore they aro prepared to furnish
I reals Brvnd, It risks, Cakes At Cracker
AT ALL TIMES AND IN ALL SEASONS.
We have employed tlio verv bot worbmon in
linn of hiisiue.Ha, and will sell at uholosulo ami retail
II llie lovtKi prtrtts.
Wo uro (ieterniiiied to cive ronernl ntlrncl1nn. All
orders from ihe country for Broad, Cukes, f-'oda, Ilul-
ier, aier nun uoion i raeners, will bo prompt v
Hit. ..I ..u . .ull 1 1
Liuivasier, March J1, 1P34. ZIXK & BISH.
N. U. We al io keen on hand a ceneral an.mrtnimit of
F.IMI.r (UtOCEHlk.S, which will bn sold at the
lowost rates. ZINK I1ISH
rihM.vs! rujirsn I'u.np.siri
Ji R. HOCKKY, nft'Tan oxpnrionco of fo-.icn
yonrsintlio mfiuufiu'tnro of Ptitnps, and a Iho
rtunh iiivtfMiiralliui Into thir durubilitv. funU ixinfl-
iloiit ho fituiiow rtHoinniund his
Sujiurior Fancy Wood Pump
iialK5iiijrsurpnistil bynona mnnufucturoo in this re
irion of country. Huvinj boon IhoroiiEly tostotf by
tho obinst oilizmtfl in tlilsnnd tnl.loitiinjr cotintieMhcy
hnvo boLMi HiinntinoiiMty prnnoiiiicoit superior to nil
(umirn ntid i;tr atirpiwonjr mo I'linin t'unip in dn ni
hility. I Hill promptly itttiMid lo till orticrse'von ver
bally r Html by mail. Person ItMiriiiK un exeolh'iit
iintl iliirublu Pump will pli'.isu call, as .1 fen In confi
dent Umt I ran render ontiro Bnilnfaction. None aro
ptMiuina OTcopt mo luuniifaclurcd by tho tuidor
sipnotl, w he is tin solo proprietor.
A GRIOUL T U R A L.
M ASSY'S PATESTVKiPKB AND MOWER
BVI1R Mnoliliio Konp or Mows equally well, nnd
cannot b HitrptiRsiod, two Uorsea can oporatu it
with otiao. lric
INUKPli.N DititN r IIORSK RAKE.
This on WheoU, operated by n hov of!4 yeur.i of
air.', who riilox at that, is mlaptnd to ROUGH i well
twsiinaili ground, mi l will pay for itself in glcanitifi;
from 5 to 10 acrotof wheat slubblo. I'rieo '20
Vnki'fioldN Ifnnd vlorn Planter.
Mr. T. P. Gat. ..nr. Ksn. Thisis toeerlifv thnt I have
utfjil Wak.-HtddV4 Hand Com Planter this prtunt
priiiir.t'-' P. it in 3: t i 4i acros of com; nnd I can ny
(coiMclentiniislj) that ll fiipti'ndtwmy tiling forplnnt
iu crti I h:ivn evtir soon, for Uml purpose. 1 havo
pianic'ii ifoni live io six avri p-.ir nay, in i;hecRH3
fool oarh way, with intiro emu than 1 inn plant one
ut-rwilh Uu no.) aii'l ilmti rr iiiy.-nlt: and 1 would
flit her aluto 1 pi;t In an acre in one hoar by pulling on
full eam. 1 consider it a grout ucquUilioi. to the
P. K. Tho Kruiind tmiM bo wtl prepared fnronrn.
in order for it l' work rIITt ASA UK L HIM, Ml',
May Id, 18,jj. Fr.tn'tvlin MilU. PorUu county , O.
rr onsw n o to
Will do double ihr wnr't of nny other innchllio In
cultivating corn. AUo
A New nnd Mi;, or lor Straw Cutter,
Thermometer Churns. Ranh uml I'-liiuU, Prnit nnd
Ornfimoutal Trees nnd Shrubj, the M:iiumoih Grnpo,
(Pruil jjrrowinir i. one nnd n half inch In diameter.)
from U. GAI,LUPS Nurnery, Cleveland;
Till? POitTAflM, CiKI.HT HULL.
r.rr.HY alw ins oiv.y mh.lrr.
Much tiint nnd ntotmy hn been spent to produce nn
excellent Ponbt9 drill vWi7-, of ono or two horse
iio er, cnpableof doinp the work of n largo Farm or
Plantation, nt a prle o low ns to enable every farm
er to piircbiiHt oim for hit own nue, mid yet be no sim
ple In It ontnictlon r.nd npcrntloit. an to enable any
man uf ordinuiy ekill to keep it in order.
T. P. GALTTP.
Ware Room over J. K. Pnyder's Htenm 8uw and
Pluiidng Mill. Lancaster, May 31, Uo5- i
Tin sdiop & roirun t WAitEVuoi7."r
TAV1"G iMtaldhhed hlmvlf In tho nnmif:i'Mrinff
M n of i u,ciKi'Kit una wahk in
Gte.itf' liitifdinfiQiie F)onr IV at of the Ilnr.i$tg VoMcij
fiTftrV. In prepared to fiirnlxh tho people of thin county
with every liiiiiu: that may be ned-'d in his line, lie
kecpnn hiiiid evrv varlelyof COOKKXG und II RAT
ING STOVKS for WOOD and COAL, consisting in Part
oi uie jaon Air i ipii, woiorn nueon.
1 rl'inipti, Uuck, PrtwideiiM and 1 roreronc for v ood
nnd Klfti k liamond fur Coal. Alrio Plouvrln, Plouirh
Shares, Suear Keltlos fe Hollow-ware, AM oftheubuvo
articles will he noli! hh low uh can bo bought eUewhoro.
Ho invites cilixoiu generally to call nnd evannm his
Stock. JAJIKS McMAIN AM Y.
iN. B. Ilonjio-dpoiitlnar cV jobbine done upon short no
tlce. Old popper, Hnw Powternml Irou taken in ox
chamre for nny of the nbovo urtlclos. J. Mc.
lsiuicaater. tuny 1, 14
CARRIAGE St BUGGY MANUFACTURER
On WhneltiiB Street,
S nnir nuVrltiK tho nuhlio
stylo and varioty of CurriURP Ws!r
chnaiiness ly any thlna: oftho kind ovor otrored in this
st'rtiou of Ohio. Ilaviofr sccurail tho sorvlros of tho
most ncoomplished workmon. ho Is nhlo tocompoto
itirirli's itnsiirnaBsoii lor oauiv. niiriinintr nnu
witn any similar rstnniisiimi'iu v est oi mo moun
tains. M y matorlul Is all tlrst iualily,un d-all work
warranted for ono year, forsnns dosirotis nf nar-
chasluir will plonso cnl) nnd oxainino my stork, bofore
norsons wish dono,at as reasonable rntcatisaHV Ihm
jl f tto la-aiso priiari'n io 'oiar anil rissanywora
In the cily.
Lancaster, aprllSO, If..5 50
Dry GoodsJW Spring & Snmraer.
' WILLIAM IlEEj CO.
No. Tl Went I'burth Street, Cincinnati.
Offer as usual, to their customers and others, "
AVERY EXTENSIVE AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK IN
FASHIONAB1.K, TASTEFUL AND
USEFl'li STYLE'S OF COODJ, rial
Ladles' Dress ;Gnods, of all kinds or Fabrics, Shawls
: and Mantillas; Embroideries and Laces; lldkfs.,
- tindery. &c.l Linens, Musllus.andall kimlsof
lUain fabrics; llotuekeeplos; Goods, great - 1
Tarlo'.y. Also-, '
GOOJDM FOIt mv.X AND BOYS' WEAK
Business conducted on the one price principle.
Prleoa marked at rates as favorable to purchasers as
can be aflordod by any house engaged in a regular
business. ' ' '
. Persons vlsillnff Cincinnati are respoctfully Invited
to call and examine Goods and prices. ' April 548
SPOUTSMEN, FAltMERS.LiVERY AND
tKcmen and all who have a good Horse,
i o o u n v. w v
"rjENNETT OA RRRTTrospectriilly reminds
rr you Ihut he Is still hammering away 011
Ky iJreait sref is lis City Luteiuter, -where he
Nr Is always on hand to treat crlnnlod horaos.
A n 6 perlouco of nearly 40 years, and many years of
utaifciiuv.uaunr nc lunirucuon oi an eminent voterina
ry Surceon. enables him to eniifldentlv undertake Ihe
most difficult cases. In SHOEING he hold himself
second to nnno.
rw Pis repnlatlnn Is now sn li known that hor
sy- Aisos are sent to him to be shod from moat of the
11 II neighboring cities and towns. His Shoeing Shop
v v accommodations ar so aisnlo that no detention
or delay will over occur.
Lancaster, AugustJ4, 1854
r' ',' 0, fnrftU Car,M.
TTJI R!SU ANT to the cuiumaud or an order of sale
J from the Court of Coiumon Ploarln and for eelof
Lounly ufKalrlleld and lo me directed, I will oBer 'af
......... ...- i mi ourt liouso in lnrniur, on Smtrnr
daflhilkdaffjulfjl. o. ihjj, between Hie hour
of III o'clock A. M. aud 4 o'clock P.M., the followlnsr
described Real Estate, to-wlt: Situate In the county of
Rail Held nud Slate nf Ohio, belli Lot No. 3, and tho
Wen hair of Lot Nn. 4, lu the sub-division made by
S. W. Hteraller, Soathenus McCabe. Kwel Jeffries ami
ts'harles Borlaud.of that part of Lot No. 8, lu ihe Hank
Sub-Uivlsiou, aiijolulitf the Eastern addition to Lan-"
castcr, which lies in the trians;io formed by the turn
pike.diaKoutrV street' and the extension of Wheeling'
street, last .-o. a, appraised ate 150. Went half Lot
No. 4 appraised at '.K). To be sold as the property of"
Nullum .Nisley and Elscy Nisiey his wife, at the suit of
. McVeifh. , Tortus ol sale cash. Ordered by PI'IT.
WILLIAM POTTKR, Sheriff.
ByC. M. L.WISBMAM, Jiouuty.-
lancattet, June 81, IPiJ 3w7if$3
" T Stmt tf Oil's, FtirieU Caaaff, .
PUHSUAM' to the command of an order for sals
from the Court of ('omiuun i'loas of Palrffcldt
county, and to me directed, 1 w ill oner at public sale'
at tue i ourt nunse in iiucasier.on dafaraay las wt
.as of July js. i. irjo, betweeiutne hours or )0o'cloelc(
A. Ai.and 4 o'clock P. At. the followina: described'
Heal Kstuto.to-w it: Situate lu the County of Fairfield
and Mate of Ohio, boing tho equal and undivided half"
nf Lot No. 8.iuare 'o. 4, Kast addition to the Toss
of bullininre; aUo, a Water Privilege vihicll la uaetl
to run a Woolen Factory on said Lot No. 0. Also,
itta no. e aim ll in ine central aouiltou to uie Town or
H:ilt1more;exreilina;ri feet off the Month aide of Lot
No. 8. Also, one eual and undivided half of all tho
Machinery beloncliiir to the Factory which la erected
onsiiid Lot Ko.R. The undividod half of Lot No. tV
Souare 4, F.nstaildition, appraised at t.',u. Water prl
vileKO at jO. Ixit No. 8 In central adtlitioiiS30.l.ot No.
9 In cuntral addition at (ISO Tho undivided half of alt'
the Machinery on tho Factory l.ot No.e nt $T5.
so oo soi.i as tuo property or Ueorge tl. rlouaorand
Ruuna his Wife, atthe suit of Kdward Calkins.
HrsTA DaoiitsTr. Atl'ys. VM. FOTTEKherlir.'
uiicastor, June lit, 1BJJ 5W7pt4u
rs SlittfOkio, FairftU C, .
J. oc L. Weaver )
VS. lnPartit!on.Falrfleld(om Pleas.
Mary Weaver, ft al.)
IJURNUANT to tho command of an order for sale
from the Courtof Common Pies, or a,IJ .nNi.it
and tome directed, I will offer at public sale at the -
vouri uouse in Lancaster, un satarduy Ms Ml slay I
JnllA. I). 1HM, bolwoen the hours of It) o'clock A. M..
and 4 o'clock H. M.the followina; described Heal Ks-
ka,c.io-wit: eiiuatu in tno county ol talrneld and Stntw
of Ohio, buowu as the property of Jacob Weaver, de
ceased, luloly of Pler.snnt township, lo-wlu Lot No. 1,
beinic part of Section Five, Township Fifteen, Kanfrs
Eighteen; beirinniug at the Northeast corner of said
Section No.5i theme West on tho NorUi boundary
of said Section, a chains and t4 links to tho halts. o
tion cornor atone on said bnundarv; thonce South on
tho halt section line i!7 chains and m links ion .i.m.
on said half section lino, from which a gum 14 Inches-
lu dlamotor bears north 88 dep. cast 30 links dl.-lunv
nnuaueacn loiuiaos lll'dlaniotor bears south Stltw
dees, oast 36 links distant; thonro East 43 chains and
71 links to a stono on tho eastern boundarr lino of said
section, from which a maple i!4 Indira in dlnmuler
ucurssuuin snuegrccs w cat t!2 links distant, and a
beach 18 Inches in diameter hears north 4V decree
west (I!) links distant; thence North on said Kcctlou
lino 98 chains and T5 links to the place of bcgiimliiK.
containing 1- 0 SIHIju acres more or less, and aiinraia
od at $:I7 per acre free of dower.
Also, Lot No.,nnd part of the same Section, beein
niiiBatastoiio on the east boundary of said Section
-No. 5, 10 chains and 68 links north oftho southeast
eornerof said section, from which a beach 50 inclitis
in diameter bears north fll,- deKreos west 78 links
distant; thence North on said Section lino 1H chain
and HI links to a slono on said section line, from
a maple 54 inches in dlamolor bears south 15W decree
west 150 lliiksdistaiit; thciico West 49 chains and 34
links to n stone on the half ...rtli.i, li.. ..1.1..1. 1. n
chains and Sn links North of the Quarter Section eor-
L. ' T ""' "ouniiary 01 said section; thenca
S 80 chains oVMjlluks to a post on raid half section line,
he northM-ust corner Of tho lauds of Solomon Span--or;
thouco north H9deci aosoa.it 4i! chains and 39 links
to the place of hecinnln);, coiitulnliiir W4) Kiahly-four
of '"dower" r 'M' "U al'I'n,i,;,, ' 'M P' free
Tlieerowiiie crons will bo rfissrrml Ti. nk..
era will he entllled to put out a fall crop upon any
Also, Lot Nn. 5, In s(piro 18 of tho town of Balll.
dower C01"1')'. u appraised at 7, fro of
Ttrmt oftttU Ono-Uilrd In hand ajid the rasldus
in one and two years, with Interest from dnt nf sale,
WILLIAM I'UITKH f-horiir.
n.. jo J' M. L. WLSKMAN, Deiiuty.
Bxihi & Ron, Att'ya Juna 7-5w5pfU
P '' of Ohio. Fairfield C.a, .
Jl virtue or an execution from the Court of Tom
BJ nion Hlcas of Fairfield county, Ohio, nnd to ms
directed, I will offer ut public sale nt tlio .Market Huus
in l.anrnster. on Monday theiiik day of Jmt.JI V.
IKii, hetwemi llio hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4
0 clock 1'. M., tho fnllowii.e property, to-wlt:
A b-.iy Sinlllnn, to ho ,, U10 property nf Thom
as L. Harris, William H. FosU-rand John S. Siilder.
AI..0 . thooiio hiilf.orullthoriifht, tlilo and Inter
fjtof Ihoiims L. Harris and John g. (iuider therein,
of.a flue dark brown Stallion, k uown as 'Uellronndur:'
one Iwo-horso Vt npnn without bo; ono Kiirinc Wair
nn; 01,0 sot dotiblo Hurty. Harness, without Bridle;
twosctsiuclo farm Harness, and ono set of Sulkey
Harness. Titken nsthe property ofThomaa L. Har
ri uml John ti. Knidur, at tho suit ofMarlin d Co
1 his property can be sect, at C. Hitdolph's.
Wins cash. WILLIAM HtiTTKK. Sheriff.
V. n. hwina. Ally. By C. 41. (..WISEMAN. Ucnutf.
I.aiicu.iler, Juua 14, IMS 2i6pf)J
KHtnte ol Andrrw j. Irwin.
II appointed and (uiilillid 11s Admliiltralor on llio
f.statoof Andrew J. Irwin. deceased, late of Kalrfl.ld
con my, Ohio JOHN LAAIAIOTT, Adm'lor.
Juno Jl.lMj 3w7
To the Creditors oftho Eitnte of Thomas
riHE subscribers have boon appointed by the fnnrt
nf ,ho County of Falrlleld In the Stale
ol Ohio, toihtnisiioiieis 011 th Kslale of Thoma
II .'irmmi, deceased, represented insolvent. The period
or six months from the dale of this notice Is allowed
Credlinrsto brl nit in and prove tholr claims niralusl
mhi hilato. Thasiihacriherswlll attend to the duties
i inoirsaiu upioininieiit at llio followina; place and
limes namely, ut the Law Office of Ktliiclicnmb and
Miaw, lu the city of Lancaster. Falrlleld Couiitv.Oliio,
on the l.-iiliilny of June, the laihniid 13th davi of Ju
ly. and tlu tlrst Monilay or each iiioulh thereafter, nu
tillhe expiration or said six months, at tan o'clock la
tlio forenoon of ouch of said ilavs.
J. W. STIXCUCUMB, , .
J. A. Mil AW, Commlssionera
Lancaster, June 14, JH53 4w8 . '
NOTIf K Is hereby irlvon to all persons interested,
that Georcn Sanderson, Guardian of Joseph K.v
ersolo, has Hied in tlio l'rohate Court of Fairfield
Loiinty.Ohlo, his account and vouchers rorlnsnocllnn
and sottloniont, nnd that the said account will bo for
lienrlncon Ihe luth day of July noil, orns soon there
after as may bo.. VlHtill. K. SHAW. frubalsJuilK.
Laacasler, Juno 14, ldii 30.
TVTOTICE Is hereby fflron that Wentllne Sbiib, Ad
nilninrnlor.ortho Kstntv nf Mnrr Ann Shuh.da
eaasod.hasilled his account and vouchers for Iniper
tlon nud s jltlouunt In the Probate Court or Falrnold
county, Ohio, and that tho said account will he for
hcarliieon tho 10th riuy of July next, eras soon there
after us may bo. VD1G1L K. NHAW.ProbaleJudKO.
Lancastor.Juiio 14, 1855-3W6 .
Etlto of Louis Vpit nodrn.
TVroTirF. Isheroby clvon, that tho subscriber has
iJL been dury uppoluted Jixoc.utrtx of the last Will
and I'estanient of Lnuit Von Kodon, deceased, late or
FnlrBeM county, Ohio, andthatall persons Indebted
lo said Estate aro roquhrod to make prompt panne nt
to her.and all iersons liavlnir cluliiisacainst sa'id Es
luto nro required to present them duly' authenticate J
for paymeut. . K1.1ZA VON HODEN. Exeeutrix
. .of Louie Von Rodeu.
Messrs. Brnsee Ron of Lancaster, are my aa-enta
and attorney, who will transact my business as Ei
ociitoras above. ELIZA TON KODKN.
-Juiio7, IM5-4wS .
TVTOTIPE Ishoroby given, that at my Instance an
lit attachment was this day Issued hy Asbnry Do
herty a Justice or the Peace of Violet township, Fair
field county. Sinto of Ohio, against the property and
uinnoyaand effects of James Lovett, a non-reildont of
said county, to satisfy a claim In my favor ainoinuinr
la till SIMIIO and (10 pmnnble cost, tho asm to bo
heard on the luth day of July next (A. I). 1MJI.) at 10
o'clock A.M. ADAM SYFEKT.
June 8, IH5J 3w5 ' . .
- Probate Notice.
TrOTTCE Is hereby given to all persona Interottcd,
11 that the account and vouchers of Henry Glnaher.
Administrator of Zephoniah Allen? de
ceased, hare heen filed In tho Probate Court of Fair
field County, Ohio, for Inspection and settlement, anil
lha aald account will be for hearing on the 8th day
or June najtl, or as soon thereafter as may be.
1 . VIKGIL E.SHAW, Probate Judro.
Lancsstor, May 31, 1W3 3w4 ' .
TV?,TI.r? BerobT given to all persona enteresled,
11 Mint the accounts and vouchors of the Estate nt
Mary Irvlu and John G. Mack have been le In. tho.
Probate Court of Fairfield ennnty, Ohio, for Inspee
ion and settlement, and that the same will be. for
hearing nn the S8lh day of June next, or as soon there
floras may be. VIKGIL B. SHAW, ProbaU Judge.
May 31, 18S5-v3w4 ,, - . (. 1
' 1 Attachment ' Notice.
A Tonr instance an attachment Was this dsy Issnedi
l by Asbury Uoherly, a JusUce oftho Peace of Vlo
let township, Fairfield county. Ohio, against tho pro
pony and erects of Abraham Flerk a non-resldeut of
sal. I county. JAMES PICKERING,
May 14. 1M5-4wS 1 JONATHAN PICKERING.
Estate of Daniel Baker.
TTOTICB Is hereby given that th tnbserlber ha
IH ben apnolated and qdallHed as Administrator en
the Estate of Daniel Bases, late of Fairfield county
flecascd. Dated at Lancaster, this l?th day of May
o. .a.",' MU-TON BAKER, Adm'tor.
May 24, 1853 4w3
TO FARMERS. -
WANTED Immediately 8000 bushel CORN In
the ear, for which cash will be palS on delivery
at the Lancaster Depot, of U C. W. A Z. Rail Road
Morrow, Ohio, Jan. 4, 1855 3tf
TTPMr. Mlluet freight Agent vtjl receir apd pi
for Ihe Corn, ' .
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