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" ? .City 01 LANCASTER:
Tlitirsday Mgrnlag Jone S.18g3
Pcelaratloa of PrlucipW.
" The Norlberu Members of the National
Council of the American party, lately con
vened t Philadelphia, publish the follow,
ing statement of their action.
litADKirHiA. Jane 14 W5. In view
of the artioa of the Rational Council of the
Know Nothing organisation, last night, in
repudiating the proposed platform of the
Fro State, for the restoration of the Mis
souri Compromise, and adopting an ultra
Pro-Slavery platform, a meeting of North
ern Delegates wu held this forenoon.
Henry. Wilson, of Massachusetts, was
appolated ohairman.-aod H. II. lIcAbee,
of Ohio, chosenswcreiary. . -. .
Qrat unanimity of feeling was expres
sed, and a determination manifested to ap
peal, vfroui the Council lo the poople
in behalf of right principles. . " -
Tho following address was submitted,
signed by the delegaiespresent, and order
ed puwisnea to we nation : . ;r- .
V." -AppreiU to the People. , ' ; .
To tiU PtopU of the United Slntesi
Clur 'undersigned, 'citizens' of Various.
States," assembled at' Philadelphia on the
14th day of- June, 185. feel coustrai nod
under the existing state of affairs, to affirm
th following principles: " ? . -
rJ"irsl The. unconditional restoration of
that tiroe-bonored Compromise, known as
thai Missouri Prohibition, which was de
stroyed in , utter disregard of the popular
will a wronz which no lapse of time van
pill "ate, ! od 00 p'e fr it continuance
can' justify. And that we will use nil
constitutional mean to maintain a positive
guarantee of that compact, until the object
for which it waB enacted has been consum
ranted by the admission of Kmsas and No
braska as Free States.'
, SeconiTh&l the rights of the settlers
in. Territories to the free and undisturbed
exercise of the elective franchise guaran
teed to them by the laws under winch they
are organized, should be promptly pro
tected. ' And that we cann.it conscien
tiously aofwith those, who will not nid us
in the corfection of these National wrong
and who will not even permit their fair
consideration and their full discussion.
Third Wo further declare our continu
ed and unalterable determination to use all
honorable efforts to'souure such a modifi
cation of the Naturalization laws, aided by
such an" elevation- ofpublio sentiment as
will preserve the true interests of the Na
tion,' and will guarantee the three vital
principles of a Republican Government;
SPIRITUAL FREEDOM. A FREE BI
BCA'and FREE SCHOOLS thereby
promoting the great workof Americanizing
Fourlh That we invoke the arm of leg
islation to arrest the growing evil, the de
portation by foreign authorities of paupers
and cotwicts to our shores; and that, as
our national Constitution requires, the
Chief Exucutive of onr country to bo of na
live birth, we deem it equally necessary
and important that our Diplomatic Repre
sentatives abroad also possess no foreign
prejudices iq Dins uieir judgment or to in
fluenco their official aotion. ,
Henry J. Gardner, A. 0. Cary,
Henry Wilson, II. W. Rujrg,
J,W, Fostor, James Bulhnton,
Audrew A. Richmond.
Anthony Colby, . Jesse Mann,
',..' V Stephen B. Sherman.
.-'" , VERMONT.
Kyland Fletcher, R. M. Guilford,
Evelyu I'icrpoint, John D. Hatch,
Joseph II. Barrett, Horace Kingeley.
Louis 0. Cownn, John L. Stevens,
' A. 8. Richmond, John 8. Say ward,
B. D. Peck, . Joseph Covell,
James M. Lincoln,
PLATFOltn OF TKE AMEltlCAflf
The following are the-'Plalform and
Principles of the Organization" as finally
decided upon by the American National
FLitroasf akd TMcmxi.
I. The acknowledgment of that Al
mighty Being, wto rules over the Uni
verse who presides over the Councils of
Nations wh conducts the affairs of men,
and who. In evert stD by" which we have
advanced to the character of an indepen-
dant uation, has distinguished us ly some
token of Providential agency.
II. The cultivation and development of
a sentiment of profoundly intense Amert-
r . r r 1 . .
can leeiing; oi passionate auaenmeut m
our country, its history and its institutions;
of admiration for the puror days of our
National existence; of veneration for the
heroism that precipitated our Revolution
and of emulation of the virtue, wisdom
and pa'.rio ism that framed our Constilu-
tion ana nisi suocesaiuuy appiieu its pro
III. The maintenance of the union of
these United States as the paramount polili
cal eood: or. to use the lanauaife of Wash
ington, "the primary, object of patriotic
desire... And bene:
1st., Opposition to ail attempt to weak
en or subvert it.".. : . -.
Zd. Uncompromising antagonism to
every principle of policy that eudangera
3d. The advocacy of an cquitablo adjust
meut of all noliiical diffurencos which
threaten Us intearity or perpetuity
4ih.- The suppression of all tendencies
to political division, founded on "iroograph-
. . ... .1 i i; e
teal a isu 1 1 mi nations, or on tue uenvi iuai
there Is a runl difference of interests and
views between the various sections of the
5th. The full recognition of the rights
of the several States, as expressed auu re
served in the Constitution, and a careful
avoidance by the general government, of
all inUrfeienco Willi their rights by legta
hitive or executive action.
IV. Obedience to the Constitution
these Uni'ed States, as tlio supremo law
of the land sacredly obligatory upon all
its parts and members, and steadfast resist
jinco to the spirit of innovation upon its
Geo. R! Morton,
II. M. MoAbeo,
John F. Ikes,
L. N. 01d
J. K. Mailey,
;.. , liuslinoll Wliite.
Wro. Cuinhaok, . J. L. Harvey,
Schuyler ColfHX. K.D.Allen,
Ooodlove S. Orth, ' Jas. R. M. Bryant,
Thomas 0. Slaughter.
Israel Gogsliall, M A McXaughton.
W W Danchower, Hcnrv S Jenningf,
W II Young. DL Eastman,
William J Phelps.
; - IOWA..
James Thornington, Wm Laughbridge.
'...- i HIIOOB IBLAKD.
Jacob C Kniglit, Nathnnlel Green,
Wra H Sweet.
David B Booth, Thomas Clark,
- 'v N D Sperry. , ' :
D Wood. R Chandler,
r, 0 W Cook.
The delegates from Pennsylvania and
Nw - Jersey will alao prHsent a Northorn
Platform. Not a Slate North of Mson
it Dixon's line represented here, save per
haps New Yoi. will submit to the Plat
form adopted by the Council.
The Council opened regularly this morn
Ing, but not a Northern delegate was pre
ent. nothing oi importance was done,
save to revove the injunction of secrecy
from the more important proceedings.
The papers or the city now venture to let
their readers know what is eoinif on in
The Pronunciamento of tho Pennsylva
Via and New Jersey delegations is substAn
tially the same as the above.
Before adjourning; tho mcetipg.tjfN'orth
ern delegates sppointxd a Committee of
Correspondence that future united action
mlghibe had through their hands until
more settled organization, representing
their views, Should De esmuiished. Tin
committee consists of Goodlove S. Orth, of
Indiana; Gov. Gardner, of Massaohusetts;
A. McKay, of Ohio; Moses A. MuVaugh-
Lon, of Michigan; W. W. . Dtuwehower, of
. liiiaii;"Siven B. Sherman, of N. Harop
" nhire; f ph H. Barrett, of Vermont;.
DPecki ofMaiiw; Com. Laugbbridge, of
' lows; Jacob p. Knight, ofhode Island;
. 'Ji. p. gpc rry, ot CjnpeUnt. ..
riuciples, however specious the pretexts,
Avowing that in all doubtful or disputed
points, it may only be legally ascertained
. it . r.i-
and expounueu uy iiu juuiciai power oi me
Uuitcd Sta es.
And, ns a corollary to tho tbovo.
1. A habit of reverential obedience to
the laws, whether National, 8iate, or Mu
nicipal, until they are oither repealed or
declared unconstitutional by the proper
8. A tender and sacred regard tor those
acts of statesmanship, which are to be contra-distinguished
from ac:s of ordinary
lei'iblalion, by the fact of their being of the
nature of compacts and agreements; and
so to be considered a fixed and settled na
V. A radical revision and modification
of the luws regulating immigration, and tho
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settlement Oi immigrants, uucnngio me
honest immigrant, v lio from love of liberty
or haired of oppression, seeks nn asylum
in the United suites, a trienuiy reception
and protection. But unqualifiedly con
demning the transmission to our shores of
lelons and paupers. ;
VI. The eaaentini modiucation oi the
Tho rt'peal by the Legislatures of the
respective btntes, o! nil Mate laws
allow inir foreigners not naturalized to
The repeal, without retractive operation,
of nil acts of Congress making grants of
land to unnaturalized toreicners, and
allowing them to vote in tho Tcrritor
VII. Hostility to the corrupt means by
which the leaders .of party have, hitherto
forced upon us our rulers and our political
Implacable enmity against the prcscn
lomornlizinir system of rewards for politi
oal subserviency, and of punishments for
Distrust tor tho wild hunt alter omce
which uliarauterir.es the nge.
These on tho ono band. On the other
Imitation of the prnotice of the purer
davs of the Republic; and admiration of
thu maxim "that eflico should hunt the
man. and not man the office," and of the
rule, that, tho just mode of ascertaining lit'
nous for ollliie is thooapabilitv. the faithful
noss, and honesty of tho incumbent or
VIII. Resistance lo tho atri(rcssive poli
cy and corrupting tendencies of the Roman
Untholio Uliuruh in our country by the ad
vancement to n)lpoliiioal slntions execu
tive, legislative, judicial or diplomatic of
those only who do not hold civil nllegiance,
directly or indirectly, to any foreign power,
whether civil or ecclesiastical, and who
are Amoricnns by birth, eduention nnd
training : thus fulfilling the . maxim,
"AUEUICANS ONLT SHALL U0VRRN Auilll-OA."
The protection of nil citizens in the legal
and proper fxeroixe of their civil and re
ligious righta and privileges; the mainte
nance of the right of even- man to the full,
unrestrained and peaceful enjoyment of
his own religious opinions and worship,
and a jealous resistance of all attempts by
any sect, denomination or church to obtain
nn ascendency over any other in the State,
by means of. any special privileges or ex
emption, by any political combination, of
Us members, or by a division of their civil
allegiance wilu any foruign power poten
tate or ecclesiastic.
IX. The reformation of the character of
our National Legislature, by elevating to
that digoinod and responsible position men
of higher qualifications, purer morals, and
more uuseltish patriotism.
X. The restriction of executive patron
age especially in the matter of appoint
ments lo oftke so far as it may be per
mitted by the Constitution, and consistent
With tli publiu ifood
XI. .Tlieeducaiion of the youth of our
country in sonoois provided by the state;
which school slmll be common to all. with
out distinction of creed or party, and free
from any influenoe or direction of a denom
inational or partizan character.
And, inasmuch na Christianity by the
Constitutions of nearly all the States;
by the decisions of the most eminent judi
cial authorities; and by the consent of the
people of America, is considered an ele
ment ci our political system, and ae the
Holy Bible is at once the source of Christi
anity, and the depository and fountain of
-ii . j .v' -
nu vim nnu religious ireeuora, we oppose
every Attempt to excuse it from the schools
thu estaWmbsd in the itatci
XII. The American party having aris
en upon tho ruins and in spite of the oppo
sition Ot the nig una .uemocrauc ynr
ties, cannot be held in any manner respon
sible for the obnoxious acts or violated
pledges of either. And the systematic
agitation of the Slavery question by those
parties having elevated sectional hostility
into a Dositivo clement of political power.
and brought our institutions into peril, it
has then-fore become the imperative duty
of tho American party to interpose, for tho
purpose of giving peace to the country and
oemutuitv tome union. Ana asei)en-
ence has shown it impossible to reconcile
opinions so extreme as those which sepa
rate the disputants, ana as mere can do nu
dishonor in submitting1 to the laws, the
National Cooncil has deemed it the. best
guarantee of common justice and of future
peace, to aruue dv anu maiumin incensi
ng laws upon the subject of Slavery, as a
inn and conclusive settlement oi mat huu
iect. in soirit and in substance.
. ........ .
- And regarding it me nigneei amy w
avow their opinions upon the subjectso im
Dortant. in distinct and unequivocal terms
it is hereby declared as the sense of this
National Council, that congress possesses
no cower, under the Constitution, to legis-
UIp iinon i he suMecl 01 (Slavery in me
t . w
States where it does or may exist, or
exclude any State from admission into the
. . . . , .
Uniou, because its Uoiistituuon noesoraoes
not recognize the institution of blavery as
a cart of its social system; and expressly
pretermitting any expression of opinion
upon the power ot uongress 10 esiaousu or
prohibit Slavery in any Territory, it is the
sense of tho National Council that Congress
ought not to legislate upon the subject of
Slavery within the Territory oi me uimeo
States," nnd that any interference by Con
erress with Slavery as it exists in tho Dis-
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tnotof Uo umbia: would ne a violation oi
the spirit and intention of the compact by
which the State of Maryland coded the
District to the United Slates, and a breach
of the Natioual faith.
XII . The nolle v of the Government of
the United States, inlts relation with for
eign governments, is to exact justice from
the strongest, nnd do justice to the weak-
st; rastraininor. bv all the power of tho
government, nil its citizens from interfer
ence with the internal coucerns of nations
with whom we nro at peace.
XIV. This National Council oeciaros
that all the principles of the Order shall be
encoforwnrd everywhere openiy nvowea;
and that each member shall he at liberty
to make known the existence of the Order,
and the fnct that Jie himself is. a member;
and it recommends .that there he no con
cealment of the places of meeting of Sub
E. B. Bartlbtt of. Kentucky.
President of National Council.
C. D. Deshler, of New Jersey,
James M. Stephens, of Maryland.
IS IT k sm
What impudent" questions are these.
How sbould an Editor knowt ')
:WHon ldjtUtulled In Uif otter,
That ram Id popnlouWl. -v ;
p.lks a fly test Is unuidwlt bailor,) '
And bat to uncortr hor fl,
Aaa-autly Vb calico llfli the.
And (Ivea U bar (rarutlaal aep,
Iaa Mf,illu" to blame vhea ha chance
. Jdattoaea If thayre UilcK ar tbln?
Mr. Editor, h)U tint
"Orwkeaaneal boaoni laeoTered ,
With delicate Houltou lace,
Whoa whltaneaa, Ilk fall bloomlnj Ullie.
. Contratt with tharoago onhe'r face: , v
Like arUSolal Sowerln lenr,
(If I may be allowed te apeak;)'
6boald a "fuller" be cheeked If he'e curloot
Within the laeemeahe to peepf -Jitat
tojudge oftke eeulonU wlthln'
Mr. Editor Uh saint . "
Common Schools In Ohio.
Wo are indebted to II. H. Barney. State
Commissioner of Common School, for a
codV of his annual report of the Common
' . . . .
ScUoJls tor the year ltto, mauo iovjov.
MedilL This is a document of more than
ordinary interest, and its pages indicate
that groat amount of labor was perform'
ed in collecting and arranging the various
statements. In addition to a tabular ex
hiVilion of the condition of the school, t
succinct history of the progress of com
mon schools in Ohio ' presented, Willi
occasional reference to the educational in
teresU of other Slates. This is written in
a clear and pleasing style, and adds great
!v to the value of the work, t rom me ta
y. . .....
bles presented we learn inai mere wore m
Ohio, in 1054, tho following number of
youth between the ages of 5 and 21:.
. mates, remaiea.
Jfaionie Celebration at Circlevill .Ex
cursion Trip. On Monday last, in com
pany with about three hundred and fifty of
ourciUzcns, Ladies and Gentlemen, we at
tended the Masonic e.el.-bration at Circle
ville. The morning was lovely and the ex
cellent arrangement of Mr. Staoghton,
the gentlemanly Superintendent of tho
Railway for the accommodation of all, met
with that response it so justly deserved.
Crowded cars, nllmerry and joyous the
ladies composing the 'better half. A
mong" those who -contributed to the pleas
ure of tho trip, we noticed Dr. Bcerstler,
Judge Shaw, Col. McVeigh, Judgei Msr-
tin, Dr. Brown, of " Sugar Grove, John
Radebaugh', John G.' Willock. Mr. Staugh-
ton, our "talented" neighbor and a host of
others. Tho procession was grand and
imposing, nnd was witnessed by thousands
of spectators. The address by W. U
Turall, Esq., .was a full history of the or
derenteriug into the most minute details.
We were sorry that the church and all tho
arrangements made for.lho reception of tho
fraternity were potsucb as we should have
expected from our Cirelevillo- friends.
Possibly they ' may not have anticipated
such a crowd in numbers. Boyd, .of the
Nation! 1, did the honors for the. Order
while "old Sam IIawlis,-"tbe Ohio fat Boy"
aud M. tsweyer oi tne ricKaway, uiu me
agreeable to "a house full" ofguesU
Ancient. One of our kind friends has
furnished ns with a bound volume of the
"Ohio Eagle" from March 30, 1816, to
April 1 st. 1 81 9. This volume is truly a treat
and we only regret that our columns will
not allow us a full republication of many
of its articles. We shall, however, from
time to time give our readers, some of tho
most important items. .
We copy to-day a number if marriage
records.' They will bo read, with intereit:
Married, On Thursday the 30th tf
November, 1 8 1 3. by .A dam Weaver, Esq.,
Mr. David Albright to the; amiable Miss
rbebe Newman; all of tins town N f
On the same dsy b? the'Rsv. Jno. Heit,
Mr. Jacob Korfman to Miss Barbara Bea
ver of Walnut township.
On Sunday last, Deo. 14, 1815, by
7" ( OkU. ntrttli Cnntt. m.
URSUAIfTto Ufa command ofan order of aale froiw
iu. uu.n ui iuiuioh ntiHur rairneki county,
, aud to in a dlmcled. I arlll oiror at nuhli...i. .1
the Court Iluute In Laucaater, on Stlnriaf tht ilk im
fru4t, A. D. 1844, botween the noun of 10 o'elockt
W. aud 4 o'clock P. M.. tbe follow!,. nrnn.nr.
to-wlt: Tbe North hnlr of Hie North we Quarter of Seel
llou No. S4, Township No. 13, of Hange No. IB, eltuata
o mua couniy oi rairnem. Appraiard at A4 per acre.
To bs Kild a the properly of Klioa "l utrow, Aan
WM. POTTKH, Kherln-.
fly C. M. L. W1HKMAN, Deputy.
MitTiM di Stnuu ll, Att'ye. June HOwHWJ
f7 Uerlfl' Kale.
T iati.f Oki; FairUld Cnnlf, $i.
"BTjrjRSU ANT to the command of an order of aale
I from tbe I'ourt of Common Pleas in and for aald
Counly offalrfleld aud to me directed, I will oner at
public salt at the Court house In Lancaster, on Sarar
4i2HfAiay Jul) A. D. 1K55, between the hour
of 10 o'ctork A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., the folluwlna
'earrlbed Rent Kstale, to-wlt: Rltunlo In tbe county of
Psiinolrtud Suie of Ohio, beliiK Lot No. 3, and Ilia
West half of Lot No. 4, In the siib-dirlslon mede bt
G. W. Uirrsller, Bostheuus McCaue. Kwul Jelfries and
t'hnrles Borlaud. of that part of Lot No. 8, In the RantC
nun-uivi9ion,aojominr; me eastern aduiiion lo Lan-
Thos Fl icker. Esu.. Mr. John U. Oiosv. f caster, which lie. In the triangle formed by tho turn
.. . , .. 1 . , , , , J' piae.fliBKoniii slroet anu tho extension of Vthooliua
tins town, to tlio amiable Miss Magualena Utrcot. IkhNo. 3, nppraised at f 1511. Weal bair Lot
Ilensil, danghter of Mr. Michael Ilensil, of
Philadelphia K. Ii. Convention Speech
01 Mr. T. II. Fords of Ohio.
'He felt that he was no proper man to
respond for Ohio, ho being but a humhlu
farmer, while on each sido of him were
two professional men from OLiio. But it
was proper that Ohio should be heard from
to night, for she was the firstborn mother.
They had prepared themselves fully lo
carry out tho will of their mother that is.
that slavery or involuntaiy servitutc, ex
cept for crime, shall never exist there.
They uau 110 tears lor ineuisaoiuuon 01 1110
Union. Living, as he did, on a lit Uo farm,
ho had not head of any danger in that
ouarter for some years past. ( Laughter
Uentlemen oi tne norm migiu argue mat
thero is no distinction between white nnd
black except that the white man was ns
(rood as the Pluck; anu me gentlemen oi
the South might argue that thero is no die
Unction between the black and tho brute
except that one has nn instinct, and the
other an outstinct. (Roars of laughter.)
TI10112I1 they had commenced there iit'ty
three years ngo, a howling wildoruess
Ohio now flourishes liko a rono, and is nn
empire in herself. You Yankees, he said
lutvo come out thero peddling baxswood
cucumber seed (laughter,) auu t rom tli
sand hills of Virginia they como 'out there
with a horse and cart, and harness, and not
enough iron about it to mako a tonpunuy
nail. And yet they had mado men of them
all thero. These cucumber gentlemen and
these Virginia gentlemen linve now fine
farms. (Laughter.) Talk about dissolu
tion of the Union 1 There's no such word
in the book. Wo are not fearful of any
such result. Wo can say with tho Yankee
The American eajjlo
That proud lilnl nrdoatiny knit;
Lot uo man llilnk of plucking hla wlnfra,
by depoaitiiifsnlt un hla renrrable lull.
Tho moral is this let not you gentlo
men, either North or South, think of de
positing salt on our venerable oira s tan,
(laughter,) or of clipping his -wings, or
we'll kick up a muss with you about it.
Wo nro all right, too, about "Sara;" wo
are square on tho "gooso" question, there;
(htuirliter;) we have everything hxod up
You talk about your ten thousand votersl
I tell you that we have more thnn one hun
dred and forty thousand voters in Ohio, and
we have resolved tho
Klag-of tbla Union (hall continue to wave
O'er the laudofthefreo, and the home of tli brave.
We'ro tired of the rich Irish brogue, nnd
the sweet German accent; (laughter;) and
we aro tired, too, of popery, w Inch has
tilled our jails, onr aloihouses, and our
. . . .
penitentiaries, uur general government
is one with littlo ehe than a republican
name. The lowor house of Congress .which
is elected by the people, is overshadowed
by a Sen a to which owns allegiance to no
one. We wnnt a restoration of power to
tho hands of the poopla. Applause.
We have nothing against you either North
or at the South; but wo tell you both, in a
spirit of candor, that we uo most ahomina
bly hate your mean ways at limes. ( Laugh
tor.) We do not want you to moddle with
American slavery whore it exists, or per
mit it to meddlo with us. Brethren, we
have certain matters to accomplish in this
assembly; first, it is to see that our com
monwealth remains a government without
a king, ana thai we can secure oy hang
Total num. of white col'd youth 817,106
Of the above the following number at
tended school during the year: .
Maies. Females. Total.
White. 244,089 299,663 453,752
Colored, 1,265 1,174 2,439
The number in average daily attendance
in Common Schools was 148.271 males,
and 125,171 females; and in High Schools
2.258 males and 1,496 females. Of the
total number of scholars, 239,168 could
read and write. Tho latter is moro than
one-fourth of the wholo number of youth
The number nnd grade of schools is as
follows: Common, 10,330; High, 57;
Colored, 48; English and German, 48;
Number of Teachers in Common Schools,
469 males and 6,413 females; and in
H it'll Schools, 71 males and 63 females.
Tho number of scholars enrolled, compare
as follows: ' .
Common, 189,542 . 164,264
High, 2,414 2,197
Number of school houses built during
the year, 770; value, S346.943. JNum
bcrin the State, 7,285; aluo, 82.197,304
including lots and furniture. Tho amount
of Common School Fund collected and
apportioned during the year ending Nov.
15th, 1854, was 81, 118.11119; special tax
es collected to keep up Common Schools
seven monTis in tho year, 9404,378; col
lected for support of High Sehools, 825,-
232. Total funds derived from nil sources,
9 1, 684, 694. The avcingo rato per schol
ar, paid for tuition out of School Fund,
Amonj other ' worthies wo met tho fair
proportions of Brother Ilussel of the Clin
ton IUpuM'uan, a more comely gentleman
in single blessedness wo have not met for
In the evening we mounted the Engine
of Mr. Henry Whit.vkv, on tho Accommo
dation Train, nnd found ourselves at home
in a litile less than no lime. Altogether
the day was one of the most pleasant wo
have spent for some time.'
Ha Couldn't Stano That
gentleman of our acquaintance, who had
been "paying his devours,"(as Mrs. Part
iiiiiton would say) to a rounz lady for
some time, suddenly left her. We asked
him tho reason, nnd he told us in tho fol
lowinjr words: "I had been with her, you
know, a good while, and noticed that she
was rather cool in her remarks, and hint
ed that sho would rather go home alone
than have me with hor; but I didn't mind
that, you know. Well, ono niirht when
we pot to the door, says she, "Mr.'
do not wish your company any longer,
nnd I'll thank you to keep in your place,
and nway from mo." That was a little too
hard, nnd I would not stand it. sacked
her that tvry niyhl."
Exchange OJi-e of T. W. Tullmadge.
Tho numerous friends of our young friend
Tullmadgo will be pleased lo learn that he
has again commaneod business amongst us.
We understand that after winding up his
Wabash Bank he comes out of his difficul
ties with something abovo 850,000, which
he now invests iu business at homo.' We
wish him abundant success. . See his ad
vertisement in another column.
"Thrice Happy' they with willing hearts,
' Who bend at Hymen's shrine', "
May pleasure croien the nuptial bond,
And bless the Vulentine. ' - '
A sack succeeding year glides o'er,
May love their hearts entwine;
And mats then bless the day they chose,
The bridal Valentine." . .
On Tuesday. Feb. 28, by the Rev. John
Wright, Mr. Isaac - Wilson, to Miss Jane
Faden By the same, on Tuesday the 4th
inst., Mr. Robert Paden, to Miss Rachel
Wilson, all of Richland township, Fairfield
county. " .
On Tuesday tho 14Hi ult., by Andrew
Wickizer, Esq.;. the Rev. Mr.: -Ktmp,
of Bloom township, aged 70, to Mrs. Rachel
UUermuii, widow of the late Wm. Wil-
dermuth, of Greenfield township, aged
76 years. .
On the 31 at Inst . br llm Rrr. J. fSchlniunr. Mr. JOHN
P. KNAPP nnd Miss I.AVANA PINES both of Plea
sant townolilp, mirtloht county, Ullio.
.ni i rain nisi., oy sumo, Mr. m'.MKY M
BKANDT and Miss HKBKCC A 1). WK1ST, both of
vroouHum inwnsnin. rairo'jin conmy, umo.
On tua Hlh inst., by the Hoy. Oooreo Wclsi, Mr.
JOHN GINTElt und Miss RONK ASM STIGEU.
On the mil Inst.. bv the Rer. J. P. Kelinnuiid. Rot
ISAAC 0. P. BAK'KR. lata of Cmiltnl Uulvemitv. und
Miss A PA O CRANK, both of KiilrtluM roimtr.
On theSath lnat.,by tho eame.Mr.PHKSLY R. H1TT,
Jr., of Vinton Cou.ntY.aud MUs REBECCA RUDOLPH.
oi tuts cuiiuiy.
No. 4 appraised at I IK). To lie sold as the property of
rialhan Msluy nnd r.lnoy Mslcy hit lfe, at the suit
A. McVeigh. Terms ot sule cash. Ordered bi Pl'fT.
WILLIAM POTTER, Kberlff.
By C. M. L. WISEMAN, Deuutx.
Laoeaater, Jane !,! 3Tif3
,. i j , -Sheriirs, 6alq.V i ;
r( MiV Oki; Fmitfieli fnntf, W. ' -B
PURSUANT to the command of an ordor for aale
J. from tbe Court of Comma- Pleaa sf PatrfteM
county, and to medirocted, I will offer at public aale
at the Court House In Lancaster. on Saturday Ae Sttt
any mj juuji.-0.mxm, between me hours of 10 o'clock
A. M. end 4 o'clock P, M the. following described
Reul Estate, to-w it:' Situate in the County of Pairlleld
and Ktnteof Ohio, bulnt; the equal and undivided half
of Lot No. 8. Square Ko. ,Knst addition to the Town
of Baltimore; alao. a Water Prlrllece ahich is used
to run a Woolen Factory on. said Lot rio. 8. Also,
i.ois no. b ana in tne contra! amminnto tbe Town or
Ualtlmore.exceptliifcSafoet off the South aide of Lot
No. 8. Also, one ennui and undirrdod half of all the
Machinery belonging to" tba Factnsy which is eroetect
on aald Lot Ko.S. The nndividod half of Lot Ko. 9,
uaru ., East addition, appraised at S ill. Wator nrl
llepto at "0. Lot No. 8 In central adriiilant?n.Lnl Rn.
in central addition at SliO Tho undivided half of all
tho Machinery on the Factory Lot No. 8 at S"5.
10 do soin na tuo property or oeorge H. Houserand
Runna his Wife, at the suit of Edward Calkins.
lli'NTtRdi Uauohsrtv. Att'ya. WM. POTTKR.Sheriff.
uuicasier, June si, jbsj awipia tu
, . Sheriff's Sale.
Ti State of Ohio. Fatr&tld Count, mi - "'
. .... .. - -
j . c ii, n oaver
It becomes onr duty to record the death of the Roy
JOSEPH A. STEIJU.NO which took pluco on Monday
morning tho 25th inst., iitS o'clock, agod SS years, 5
months, of disensoof tho Lungs aud Dropsy.
Tho subject -of this nolico has boon an exoniplnry
member and s local iiiluistor In high standing In tho
Metuodlat Episcopal Church for tho past 28 years, one
who showod by bis walk that he was a child of God.
On Sunday erening previous to his death, ho called all
of his relatives and friends to his bed side and bid tho in
a 0nat farowoll, exhorting them to prcptiro to meet
him in heaven. He died as he hnd lived, In full hepo
of a blessed Immortality boyond tho grave. Ou TueS'
day his remains were followed by a lurge concourse oi
relatives and friends . to tho Muthodist Episcopal
Church, whore an appropriate s jrmon was preached
by tbe Rev. Jomison from the 3 7 Hi Psalm and 37th
verse, In thes. words, 'Mark tho perfect man, nnd bo
hold the uprljut, for the end of that man Is peaco,
Perhaps there could not buvo been seloctod within
Uic HJt of the Seripturo.i a Text more uppropriute.
Ho wns followed In cxbortutlou by tho Kev.CLybrund,
ho exhorled In a very effecting mannor, and slated
that the docosnod brolbor had been bis adrisor hen
he flrst so'uttht aud found tho Raviunr. Ho now beholds
the fane of him who bled nnd tiled fur the remission
of thesius of this world and the Apostles of Christ, and
the prophetsof old and Uie Father on his Throne. His
reutuliis wore deposited with his Mother Earth in a lot
peciully provided by ono of his near relatives In the
city burying ground. Peace to his nhe.i.
The fourth at the Hock Ilonao.
Wo understand thitt this truly romantic
spot with its spacious Hotel will bo open
for guests on the 4th of July, nnd that am
plo preparations will bo made for nil who
wish to ci'lubrate our national birth-day.
The (listanco from this cily is about six
teen miles, so that parties from here may
roturn the eama day. Speaking of tho
celebration tho Scioto Qazetti says:
Messrs. Friend & Collins, of Rock
House, Hocking county, Oliio, have made
arrangements lor a good old faBhionod cel
ebration at that place, on the coming an
niversary of our national independence.
Those of our citizens who desire to seek
a pleasant rural retreat, where they can
give vent to tlieir surplus patriotism as in
days of yore, woultl do well to visit lloclt
House on tho 4th. The scenery in the vi
cinity is unsurpassed for the grandeur and
beauty, nnd ot itself sufficient to rovivo
in tlio heart the lovo of our country and her
croon old hills." Mossrs. h rionu & Col
lins are making ample arrangements to ac
commodate a largo company on tho occa
sion, and will have evory thing complete
for a proper observanoo of tho Jay.
Wool. Tho statistics or tlio woolen in
terest form an important item in the cen
sus of the Unitud States, The quantity of
wool raised in tho Union in 1850 was
C2.709.174 lbs. The principal producing
States, and the quantity raised in each,
woro as follows:
New York, 10,071,301 lbs.
Ohio' 10.106.670 '
Pennsylvania, 4,401.570 "
Vermont, - 3,500,7 1JB "
Virginia, 'V . ,, . 2.060,795 "
There were in the United .States 1559
woolen factories, with A capital of 828,
PURSUANTiotbe command of an order for sale
froiullie Court of Common Pleos of said countr
aud to me directed, I will offer at public sale at tho
Court House III Lancaster, on fiafarilay Ikt 14th day vf
Jul A. I). Id55, between tho huurs of 10 o'clock A. M.
and 4 o'clock P. M. the following described Keel Ka-
uiiu. io-wii: Miuaie in uic county oi Kalrneld and Mate
of Ohio, known as the property of i ucob Weaver, de
ceased, lately of Picaannl township, to-wit: Lot No. 1,
being port of Section five, Township Fifteen, Knnge)
Eighteen; beginning at the Northeast corner of said
Section No. 5: thence West on the KorLh boundary
of aald Section, 4t chains and 84 links to the halfaee-
tion corner stone on suid boundury; thence South on
thu hnlr section line STchains aud 01 links to a atone
on said half section line, from w hich a gum 14 iiubes
in diameter bears north lit d eg. east 3a links distant
nna u ueucn juiuejicj in ammeter bears south Hl.s
iicg. cast 30 links distant; thence East 42 chains and
71 links to u stone on the eastern bouudnn line of suid
section, from which a miiulo ir4 Indus iu diameter
Hears soutii 4P degrees Vt est Oil liuks distant, and a
bench 12 Inches In dlamoter bear north 49 degrees
west flu links dislsi.t; thence North on said Section
line 28 chains sud 5 links lo tbe place of beginning,
containing p. 0 30-lvO acres more or less, and aij ruls
ed at S37 per acre free of dower.
Also, Li.l Nu.S.and part of the same Section, begin
ning at a stone on the east boundary of auid Section
No. 5, 10 chains and C8 links north of the smithes.!
cornerof sulci section,- from which a beach 20 lm-hva
In diameter bears north Cl, degrees west 70 links
distant; thence North on suid Section line 18 chains
nnd 80 links to a stone on said section line, from
a mnplo24 inches iu diameter bears sou Hi li degrees
n est 150 links distant; tlience West 42 chains and 54
links lo a stone on the half section lino, which i30
chains nnd en links North of the Quarter Section cor
ner on tlio south boundary of said section; Iheuco
SS0 chains AHOIInk s to n post on raid half suctloii line,
the northwest corner oT the lands of Solomon Snang-
lor; thence mirth t?H degrees east 4V chains and 39 links
to the place of beginning, c ninulnine (4) lilglily-four
acres in jre or leas, nnd appraised at S32 pur acre free
The growing crops will Iio reserved. Tho purcha
sers will bo entitled to put out a full crop upon any
grouuii wuicn nna not now aerup on-tl.
Also, Lot No. 5, iu sijare 10 of the town of Balti
more, FairSeld county, and appraised at 87, free of
Ttrm of alt One-third In hand nnd the residua
in one and two yuurs, with Interest from day of sule.
WILLIAM POVTKK Sheriff.
By C. M. L. WISF..M AN, Deputy. ,
Bsista A So, Att'ya June 7-55pf$9
A Qrancl Juror Drowned. Philip Mil
i.eo one of the Grand Jurors and late De
puty Sheriff in Hamilton Uounty, was
found drowned in tho Canal on the morn
ing of the 23J inst. He leaves nn eslima
ble lady nnd lurge fitmily to mourn his loss.
Poor P In . wu dron a tear to thy mem-
- - - a
itJrJiisl received. A supply of see
Drills for sowing grain of all kinds, and
grass seeds, plnstor, nshes, tStc.
Those wishing to obtain tho choicest vn
riety of fruit nnd ornnmentiil trees nro re
qucstod to cull and examine our catalogue
OlTico nnd samples rooms back of Alar
tin, Giesy Si Co. '8 store, Lancaster. :
Thomas P. Gallup.
MiAiPt uVotiee. On and after tho- first
lay of July tho Market days will be chang-
od to Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Citijwns nnd patrons will take notico ac
cordingly. E. A. RICHARDS, Master.
On our Table. Graham's M igazino for
July decidedly ono of the richest numbers
ofthoSoason. Terms, 1 copy ono year
in odvance 83; 2 oopios 95; 6 copies 910.
No ono ever regrets reading Graham.
JfciTThnnks to tlio Hon. B.. r, Woou
for valuable congressional documents.
Also lo T. J. Weaver, Esq., of the Ohio A
Mississippi Rail Road (or packages of latest
XJusTas Svo were going to press we
roceived a lengthy history of Mr. Slaugh
ter's observations in the west. It shall ap
pear next week. '
niCC til, Alt IWCF.TINfiS:
LAXCASTKH I.ODGK.No. 57 Juno 20, 1?."5.
" ENCAMPMENT, No. 9. - - - July S "
February 22, WU. O. STKlJiMAN, Kecorder.
7SJOT1CK it hereby given tn ell persons Interested,
i that Abraham (ledges. Administrator ol the Kslnto
of Jcso Hedge, deceased, has tiled in Uie Probate
Court of l-'nlrlield coMiity.Ohlo.his arcmiutsitlid vouch
ors for Imp"! tlons and s;ttliMii mt, nnd tlmt said ac
count will he for hearing ou tho Sltik day of July com
ing, or us aoou thereafter ns tnnyl.
VI KOI I. r.. F llA W, Probato Judgo.
tancuslnr, June 2S, Irtfl 3v8
I hare disposed of the Gazette establishment tn
Georos W. Mc Eluoy, F.so. All thoso ludiibted to
me for Advertising and Job Work atw respectfully
solicited to settle without delay. In my absence ac
counts can bo settled with Minis LKvaniMi, Esq.
Luncaster, May 31, 16S5. T! S. SLAUGHTER.
P. R. My successor is authorized to loeeiplfor till
subscriptions duo mo, and w ill fill up all adrauce
NEW CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT.
Fitato of Andrew J, Irtvlll.
TV OTlfl'.is hereby plven that the sutiscrlber has been
1 appointed and ualtliod as Adtutiilnlnttor on tho
.stalenr A nurew J Irwin. decease,!, lute of Fairhwld
county, Ohio. JOH.N LA J1M0TT, Adui'lor.
June 21, Ic35 .SWT
TTA8 Inst received and is oponins for snlo In th
I 1 city of Lancaster, on Main Street, ut the Will
known stand In Dr. Sliuuk's How, opposite Genrfte
Kaulfninn's Urup; Store, a Inrjto. nuw and splentliu as
sortment of theiunsl fushlouable
READY MADE CLOTHING,
which will he sold at treat barpnlns, ns I am detornitr.
ed In sell at the lowest liicuro lor coeh. He most re
snoelfollv snliciLaa reasonable liare of public uittrou
Stfi,. as i exneei lo couiiiiiib in una n"rc iyn ui,,
supply 'he cltlsuns In the richest clothing. All who
wish luriurchoseclolhlilB I am sntUllc.l will do well to
f ive him a Kill, as I shall be enabled with tho stock of
Goods on nana lo icratny mo iua oi ui. most ijiaini
linn tliinilv anil inoebanie down to i lid honest farm
er. 1 shall be enabled to conduct tho business lu tho
Gorman, Kronen and Enirllsh language
Lancanlor, Juno 81, ie5--3tn7 .
To the Creditors of the Estate of Tbomos
rjlllE aubseribcrshnvo been appointed bv tho Court
I. of Probate of the County of Fnlrtleld in the Stale
of Ohio, t'nuimlssiniieis on the Estate of Thomas
Harmnn, deceased, represented Insolvent. The nerlort
of sU months from tho date of this notice is allow ed
Creditors lo brinii In nnd prove their claims ssrainst
said Estate. The subscribers will attond to the duties
f their said appointment at the followine: niece nnd
times namely, at the Law Onieo of Sllnchcomb and
Sbnw, in the city of Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio,
on the l.'ithduy ofJuno, the 12th and 13th daysofjn
ly, and the llrst Monday of each month Uioroafler. un-
tititie exptruiion oisai'i six moullis, at ton o'clock In
the forenoon of each of Maid daya.
j; :s?nTwCtHL'0MB,i Commissioner. .
Lancaster, June H, U3o 48
NOTICE Is horeby liven to all persons Interested,
thntGcoriru Saiiuerson, Guardian of Joseph Kv
eisole, hss llleil In the Probate Court of Fairfield
County. Ohio, his account and vouchers for inspection
and settlement, end that the said account will bo for
heart nar on the 1th h dnv of July noxt, orna anon there
after na may be. VI HUH, K. SHAW, ProbateJudgo.
lancastor, Juno M,Ic35 3w8.
118.650. In these were used 70.852,-
829 lbs. of wool, partly imported: and 2?,-
G78 males and 16574 feraalos were em
ployed. Tho products manufactured val
ued nt 43,207,655. The value of the
woolon goods imported in 1853 exceeded
Thb Bmdal and tub Qravi. -Three
weeks ngo last Friday, Mr. F. J. Ottar
son, city editor of tho New York Tribune,
was married, at Syrnouse, to Miss Fran
cis W. Deans. On Friday morning last,
the 15th inst., one week from the day of
their union, tho bride expired.
Mr. Mo.'LiugJilin the Post Master of
Springfield, Ohio, died on las', Saturday.
At the Roman Catholic Fete nt Montre
al, on the 10th instant, the top stone of the
turret of the French Cathedral, havinjr be-
injr together as a unit; the next is a religion como loosened bv Iho flvinrr of a loner pen-
without a Pope. We can boar and for-1 nant that became attached to it, felf fr
bear with one another for a few years, and
in that time we will exhibit tho glorious
spectacle of an empire without a slave.
At the time of tbe revolution, we had a'
population of three millions free, and one
million of slaves; and now we have 23,
000,000 freemen, and about three or four
millions of slaves. Let us go at it and rid
ourselves of the curse rationally. -. ( Ap
plause.). Let us aot na men, and not nt
the top of the tower, a height of 250 feet,
among the crowd assembled below. ' The
stone weighed 183 pounds. Strango to
say, all the mischief done was the smash
ing of a lad's foot.
Tni Chioago Courier, of the 16th inst.,
comes out with a long articlo recom
mending Fernando Wood, Chief Mag
istrate of Aew lork. for tbe residency 19
jrWeare indebtod to one of the gen
tlemanly Messengers of Adara'a Express
Co., for last evening's Cincinnati papers
JtarA press of of other matter this week
has crowded out a number of editorials,
They shall appear in our next.
Fourth cJWi. Hbnrt Rdttr, of the
Washington Restaurant is in receipt of the
finest Covo Oysters in hermctricaly sealed
cans. Jispeoially for our eproureau irienus
on tne fourth of July.
Among the more recent exports from
California was a carcro of shovels! But
two or throo y ears ago the blade of a shov
el was worth almost its woight in gold a
mong the miners. Emigration, enterprise
nnd commercial vltror make marvelous
changes in a short time in tbe great chsn
nel that trade flows in.
School Library. Notice.
mtlEcltir.cnsof Lancaster ar hereby notified Unit
I tho volmnesof the School Library will bo distri
buted on neil Saturday, between the hours ofono and
two P.M. .and on every Saturday thereafter, unless
special notice to the contrary lie tttvon.
'1 hM usj, of 11,1 lionka will be subl et to the reeuln
lions, a cony of which will be found pasted on one of
the blank leaves of each volume.
Ko minor can drnw a volume from the Ltorary cv
eept upon tho written order of a parent or othor re-
i ,1.1. i.
roast or an urdih. . "
till furlhor notice, such books as ho (she or they) may
be entitled to. ...., ' "
tTFUiipoaltory at tho isorlll ncnnoi nmiuins;.
Jtiiio 14,1834 3w WM. WH1TNEV, Librarian.
WOIJf.O rospeelfully lnftrm the
cltlionsol Uincaslor and vicini
ty, that he basopetiedu Shop in Mar
tin's Kow, whore he is prepared lo re
pair all kinds of Watches, Clocks aud
Jewelry with neatnessnud disputeh.
TTpAII work warruuhid to perform well,
Lancustor, June 14, 1855 Otf ,
7 " NOTICE. -.''
PERSONS havins; claims against T. R. Slanrhter,
will present the same to tho undoralinod for pay
- umm 1 WVDINn
.11 1 i i.i ua,Km,,u
Probate Notice.- -.
NOTICE Is horuby given that Wentllni Shnh, Ad
ministrator, of the Estate of Mury Aun Sbub, de
ceased, has tiled his account and vouchers for Inspec
tion nnd settlement in the Probate Court of Fnlrtleld
county, Ohio, nnd thai tho said account will be for
beurintron thu loth day of Julynext, ores soon there
after ns may he. viKirtt, r;. sua w.prubateJuugo.
Lancaster, Juno 14,1835-36
Kstnte of Louis Von Rodcjia
"IVfOTICE is horoby s;iven, that the subscriber has
i been duly appointed Kxocitlrix of tho last Will
und Testament of Louts Von Hoden, docenscd, late of
Fairfield county, Ohio, andlhatall persons tiidohtrM
to said Kslate aro retpiired to make prompt payment
to her.nnd sll persons havins; claims against said Ks
tateure required to present them duly authenticated
for payment. Jil.IZA VON ROUEN, Eierntrix
of Iiouis Von Koden. . .
Mossrs. Rmsoe A Ren of Lnneristor, aro my agents
and nllorneya. who will transact my business as Ex
eeutorasslKive. Kl.lZA VOsN KOJJKN.-
Juuo7, IS55 4J '
; Probate Notice."
M0T1CR la herebysjlven that Jesse Mlddletnn,
Administrator of Thomas Harmon, also fitepkea
ind,Guardiaa of Mary W. Lehinon,liave tiled their
accounts and vouchers tu the Probate Court of Pair
field County, Ohio, for inspection aud settlement, and
that the same will come on for hcarlna; on the 11th
day of July, A. D. 185.1, or as soon thoreaftera may
be.. , viritiiiiE. tiAw, rtooaio jbujo.
Lancaster, Jan M,isu,
larWhy are the United Slatea colors
like the stars in Heaven?
Because they are beyond the power of
any nation to pull them down.
XSSTThe city of Boston has appropriated
tbe Inrtre sum of 910,000 to .be expended
in the celebration of the comine fourth of
NKW CHINA STORE.
TUST opened on Main Rlreet. norly op
al posits Keher, Kuta Col Dry Good
Store, consisting uf
all of which will be sold low at wholesale
and retail, Merehanta and the public are
respectfully solicited to call and exemlus
ntv atock.it is full and selected.
Window Glass almuslnll slznsfrom ? to 0 np to 31
by40. WILLIAM STEWART.
. Lancaster, aprll 19, 1MJ i9 -
lIIE subscriber haa removed his establishment Into
ew Rooms AraWASitf Jlata B'ntt.ever Zink
and has fitted thorn up In a style unsurpassed
I Inthe West. He hopes that the public will appreciate
his efforts to please and extend to him a libcrul patron
a(re. Kvery thins; has been done that could be done to
ensure auccessln every department of tbe art. and hia
plrturescannot besurpassed. V. M. GRISWOLD.
H. B. Persons wishing to learn the art will have grcl
facilities for doin so here. ;,
Hours from 9 o'clock A. M. until 5 o'clock P.M.
Lancaster, November It. 1865 tS
DFJSIRA RLE CITY LOT FOR SALE. !
WILL sell Lot Ko. 75 In Carpenter's Addition' ta
X the City of Laucasler, belnn
site to tne resitionce oi vviitinm m. ninxeaa, esq.
This Lot is large- aud eligibly located, belna one of
tho corner lots in tlio oncmat larnenier i.iai ana
situated on the Southwest corner of winding-and Per
ry streets, near the C. w. ct K. K. K, Depot.., lenna
eaay aud title warranted. Enquire of
SAMUEL JACKROR or
GROHGB W. MAC ELKOV,
Martin's Row, two doors South of Post Offlces
Lancaster, Muyl7,1855 9 'r't
. .A CARD. . "
IMPERFECT healUi haskopt mefroaa
my ofBco part of the time for some
l niontlis, 1 nave pnineo my mrmrr
strength and will not horenfter be ab
sent from my room during buslncsshoiirs.
PillingTeoth receives my special attention, I fir
cortllled guarantees for all my gold fillings to be affec
tive during tbe lives of the parties. I am able after
noar SO yoars attention to the Teeth to give avery per
son the most positive assurance that they can save)
every Tooth by timely and frequent attention. .
. OFFICE Ewlng's Brick, on tho Hill. H. SCOTT. '
lr?Pnr thnaa who hava tho TOOTH-ACHU aha
will not hav them extracted, I have a remedy thai
seldom falls to give relief. Also, Tooth Powders,
Brushes. c M.SCOTT.
Lancaster, December , IBM 31 ,;
.TO FARMERS. u
WANTED Immediately 2000 bushels of CORK In
tba ear, for which cask will be paid on deliver;
at tbe Lancaster Deoot of the C W. A Z. Rail Koad
' ALFRED WATTS.
Morroor, Ohio, Jah. 4, 18M 33if
TTpMr. Mllnet frebrltt Agent trill reearra atid (
anaen. . S v ...
A . C
' nOlWOSOPATniST. .
Q.PFICB In Tallmadge Block, Main Street, Uneas
'ter.Ohlo. aaraaaiioas. ... i . . -.,-
rof. C. D. Williams, M. D. I ciM.t.nd. ,
: r'.H. P. Gatehell, M. H. i vl" "n" !
A.O. Blair, M.D.,Clumbns,
l.H; Pall,M. D.) Cincinnati. nprtl H
I 1 "asaaWSjn si -,, , , un ,