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CITY or LANCASTER. ' .
Tliursday Mormue. A"K. "
-C0tvVinancaB Meeting is CinoiniMM
T) XSDAY EVEJtlKti lat I
C,40 PEOPLE 1 CpUSCllit t
Th M,alinn- of the ReDublicanS of
Cincinnati irirt held ca tbe Fifth at Marie
c space, bo"TocedJ oreuing 1m1. la
crreaiing ol it Hi Commmial says 1 .
"Tb immense throng was far more im-
,poing from tha-roanifest respectability of
the men, ana-tiia ramariiaDie decorum oo
"served aod carnat attention g.ven theora-
tors.than from it great numerical strength.
.The spacious pluforra waa crowded with
gentlemen, and the maive
ast:w!lgw- iti front was so broad and dep
that it was Qply by tbe ri:tet siletiee and
"cluat attentiuc that those most remote
could hear the word of the sp-R.era., The
muUUnde grouped solidly over the market
JSpace, was signifii-nt of tha grandeur of
the cause in buhalfof which H was asscm-
lli. ond of the Jre$iiible power of tnit
fsoplb. when aroused .au.3 urni in the
Mr Cgiat mada one cf his most tlirilN
rng' and effective fpeeVhe'. in which he put
,o sihjnee, most efftjctuallj the howling tif
the Eighth of January voavtulion, ou the
Abolition question- - - ' '.'.'
Th Uon. Toa. H; foi aid:V:. - .
"I am fearful that I !riH not be heard
by this aure-and a half of people.""- (Cries
of louder.) ' I'd be very ulnd to trmke
that gentleman hear rue who seems so anx
ious to da so.- (Laughter.) I have' no;
many- political antecedents lotalkaboict,
Tlaugluer, and have tho nd vantage there
of my friend Chasai 'I have never (Keen a
Candidate for any office beforesnVru one
now by accident. Applause, I coitlJ
Jtre without b-icjVvuten'tiU Goveinor of
this S'ntc. but since- thev want me to have
Ibe-offine, why I-thinU'1'11 last-help the
jnitter on a Utile, applause and I wnt to
2i some vote nere not. However, in U 1
expect to need lliera. particularly. fLaii-h
fcr.j' You seem pretty well split up here
-with: three parties. In our part of th i
conn try we have but two. and ihey are tl o
posimaoters and tha peopl;- rind you may
ao t you like about spring u yur rotes,
vfor -we,4l peopl, wul eircrvMm yon.
lnee t liave bpnotrt -cteetroneeting I
have met ihose whr hwv tinned that I
wa exciting the boy to dcctls-of violence
tWl was promoting, midnight outrages
-and morn than all, that T wna a Know
Nothing.' Applm!?, 'JVTow, I'm not go
in J to any anything against these mti. - It
1sn'tnrceaary-.-"i knew thm 4n Mexico.
anTif.J'I'aren't fought and tied with thrm
J'va run and hid with Thera. Boisterous
slif)'ti:nj I'm not gag ta say anything
agnihst gen lumen that l'a ympathid
-awilh In a foreign country.- i
' I hV not come here for the sake of ex
citin tlie--boya-x-i If I had my shoes
ofT I eould epuak A great dcul hett-r. I've
goVanw pnl of shoos on and they hurt
' uii '-Cries of 'take 'em off, take om off,'
and tho speakor deliberately stoopod down
an J removed the shoe from his feet, after
which ha j"siiniMil A Nnw n.n niiiHn't
lu jd 4a mutik, foe-I'm goin talk U
somntliiiig more serious, aad'you'muxn't
Itugh at set ions things. ' When a famous
orator down it) Louisidllu detdared a fi'W
yaars ago, that our States would soon ex
tend from the Athntio to the. Peoitic, lie
wa laughed at too, whan a few years af
' tor thin was accomplished, he wax th"n re
' ganled as a prophet. The man in Yu-'ft'
'tan' had, however,' a better idea of this
thing; -when offered- a passage- to the Uni
ted States he anid ho bvlievud it .was not
'worth while for him to to to- the United
States, he would wait till they came to him
In the" advanco of the world, right ami
wron wis alwaya fouqd contendin-j and
the triumph of the riht is to be secured
only by eleeplesa notirity cessation was
dijiMi. : biarery asRed but one tliinif ;
that' wisto-let-her arone ; but lt atiV evil
ptlncipW alone and it will advance and pile
up iw aiM'umithuinnt till it desolate home
an I Iimily, anu country.
- -We had been taught by our forefathers
to Ink to tho church and the schoolhousr
a the arrtvnaUof our freedom. Applaud
That ja what I was' brought up to to
tnut to. the virtue and iniilUifpn-e of the
pe!t;'nt.to eXi-ite them to nmh vinlcticc.
. Ours U a-grvai inheritance ; but still
grea'er is oil r responsibility -the rcspou
siliiii y that liberty shall continue to bo the
birthright of every American citizen.-
It h:s hUo been siiid-iinolher shtndef
that I hare been turning the St tta to
brin nbiiut a dUsuluti'oti of the Union r
. 8 rang that tlmt ahould bo said of an old
Virginian. I'd have you understand, how
ever. ahat I'm not of on of the first fumi-
lie,, or I wouldn't be Jtere ejectioncm-inf;
- for an- olllve; I'd have had one at Wnsli
inton Ion j ngu. Liuhter. Who is
g )ia i V dissolve the Union f I Qarrison
comiaar here to diseuUe it? . Laughter
iflniu snow mat. lie a muit mrol a mil-
gaU-post. (Applausa.) I people lia!
ulkcJ thus twenty yiara ago, we should
noi uuw hsre this Vi-x-l tueslion.
Our i-ouotiyt I loveii.. The Union is
o-.ir hoprf, ii thai of our chihlreu the hope
oi.ruilirtg. freedom throughout the worl J.
It i one and inseparable, forever, Ap
plause. We've just got to tell the. South
that we wilt not be vexed with this ques
tion auy longer thai the Territories are
cpnerald to freedom that we are ap
pointed their gunrdjah, and man- to be
faithful to tbe trust. 'Applause. '
lie Spoke of the Publie Works which
had yielded soma rears ago revenue of
six or seven millions dollars," while now the
Board of Public Works hud gone to the
Poor House. v lie read from a message of
Gov. Medill from whk-h it appeared -that
in 1844. the expen liture for st.aionorv
goosK qutlU was 87.000, and ia 1853,
9it.voo, and toon with ail the expenses.
They were increased from 5 to 7 foil. The
Uovernor sums up hy anyinir. "Fronftlvese
happy rvsuhs jlHugliterJ I guess your t-u
jiayeis "ton'l consider tluiu very happy ."i'.
i hoped encouragement may b tk.on (pr
prosecuting this refoi m to ilie full extent,
aud in whatever (lircction the p ihlic intor-
est m 'J, ilenvm l."TLiuglit;r.
This is the man that giiys you mnt rue
that lelU you Ct.iase" is a wooly head, anil
that I'm a Know 'Nothing, f Applause.'
low see liis uonsitency. 'Chase's prin
ciple were as well known 7 or 8 years ago
a to-day... He wagjis much of. a wool?
hc.13 then at now, and yet Uo v. Mo.lillnni
aim. Nedary.xrn their pwty. awallowed
him then body and breeches. Ltughter.
Ana nao unase aervea aim.,oleJary s pur
poses he would have been to-dav a Dmo
crattlhe Pimon Pure ttripe. Bat instead
of iKanuing up for b.im. MeJary, he stood
uf tor Hie n ;hL if he had been Medary's
f tnggcr ho a havo been no. wooly head
oil, nolie a lmve boon nil nlit.
lie then lot J an flmusinz anecdote of un
I,' . . t - m .
Vroa U CloctaoaU CamreUt.
Tbf Issue Hr Cbase dee.
Tax Wxtjoi "Uot. O. ' K. Got. .Cor
wiu was frf town pn Friday last on yhusi
ness. ll was asked to makoa apeach for
the R-pub!ion liclat: He declined doing
Death of Abbott Lawreacs
.The telegraph annoaeees the death of
this distinguished gentleman. His com
plaint, we- undrstnnd, was an affection of
-The black race have had Vnough "WS U V ?fl!$itir. ' Mr. Lawren, was .boat sixty-
. ,, ... ,r . ,, .. .were such W to require all his time, .out '
our eympathy its lime to do something
for the while man, dee. v '
. Pushing by many things a remark like
this suggests, the meo who make it in ap
plication to the issue now before the people
say what they know is not true. They
know that this is not a question in Which
the black race is -exclusively, or even prirn
ciply interested but that it ii a question
Ol life interest to free labor to the white
man. Whether those who -Aro hold as
slaves shall woik in Carolina or Kansas it
certainl? not a question of ereat moment;
butlhe question is whether this ystera of
barbarism whicu tlegrues lattor, paralyses
enterpruss, fosters caste, impoverishes the
fairest soils, form the dttirrin; element
in our systom, shnll fix its blight on regions
raailoex-mpt by the spirit which pervaded
tuq bettur day uf tli? tvpuoln-; or wheth
ar the f itia'icism tliat seeks to extend this
he 'cxm-assed liims.-ll wartlllV 111 ttvor
of lthreis years of age, of large and robust
frame, and fine manly presence. Mr.
Lawrence was one of the most successful
and dis.iii'uishcd merchants and mann
er, and the broad Ameiioaij continent
th llehuhUua'n ticket, of Ohio as not only
essential to the success of much needed rv
form inthiiStalo, but as eminently essen
tial to the permanency and success ot ine
united movement in boliaii oi neeuoni w
gloriously inaugurated lust fall. In regard
L.ktf r!, himelf. ho savs that ha ; re
gards him. as a goo J. honest, able and rcli-
abl-mm;nn.i httudbr O'lucauou. iim
and talents to' fid with credit the offi. e of
Chief Executive of Ohio. He says that he
watched with some interest his course in
the Senate of the UnitcJ S ates, aud that
ho do? mt niw remember of his giving s
tinsrlo vote in that bod, that ho wouhl not
. . . . , i ;
the ticket, an declnwa.further. that if he
thought there was any doubt of its success
no considerations merely pcr;soniil to him-
1 1 1 . I P t..l.t n. tllA utl.mWk
sen wouiu acwr uim iroiu "'" - i.if.... :-!. rr..: . IT.,
i i ir x a ,,f iiaclurert in the Uiiuhi. lie arose from
in its behalf. - He regards the success oi
pwerty to nniuenco ny iiisown merit, lie
was the architect of his own fortnnsv- Hs
GAZETTE for the CAMPAIGN
FOll S3 CENTS.
The extraordinary phase that is now be
ing taken by the various political parties of
the State, requires that the American Re
publican cause should not be lost sight of.
The piinciplcs of Americans should be
read by every true friend of his country.
Let every true Amerioan see that- aa A
mf rsao paper is iu the possession of every
famllf.t i. St i ii, t -,
system . Shall be reouneu at once and lorew- . - . . be bce 5 hig
t De r . ' i
.1 -J.j .1.- I. IllillTC
consecin'cu io ireruum, ine nume oi iiwt"
Irishman, who shortly after his marriage
iurj chieftain than O.'Oernl Pugh. Wild
slmtits, " ' '"":- ' " t -
.'Tho Siuth don't want to dissolve the U
nion. They don't want to pay duties on
the minufautiired articles they import from
t'w N.inh.nnd to bring Canada still nearer
fV tlWot.- No; they rely upon you for their
. .ifify.. Bm wo Ju not pioposo to meddle
With -them;,, we. We slavery to its local
limits 4he creators f muninipul Ihw;
but we hold that freedom it natioual. Ap
There ornly 345,000 slave-holders in
the Union, and a great many of them are
able to own only a u in if or a piece: and vnt
they are :o eome aver here, with O.meral
Breckenri Ige at their head, to dissolve the
'Union!. The man of tha Charleston Mtr
ttiry says if they eau't be permitted to take
- their niggers where they pksse, they'll
uiwoireme wnioo. ooutn Carolina kick
ad oat ol the traeea onca and was very
- ' glad to kick hack again. They dissolve,
When there are in. that State four or five
nigger to every, wbita man! Why. if
j" "e vTiein up, sway from the rest of
. tha Siatrs, tha aiggera would eat 'em, up,
rump, stump and aih ( Applause. -
DiMol'va tha:. IJaionl NoV - Wa would
hGt dwsolve it j- nor -will wa let anybody else
,do it. '- (Applause.) If ' South Carolina
, . fries it, we'll scrva her . ar tha farmer did
' tlla" butting ranr. He chained bim up to
the gato-post and let Lira butt that, and in
. the moming he had trattej himself all a-
, w ry, ex.'c. his til, nj thr .waa" bohbiutr
.-.: o"um uo iHuvtiter. l
litit US do rititi Mid if th ;n .T: '-..'
,irnd psTMatm iVUlnhaalthnujtot
found his union blessed with a young
"migur." He applied to a lnwyer, not for
a divorce, but to "see toit.thit nobody tol(5
his nagur," AH Sarri. Mudary wanted wai
to se ihni nobody stole bis nagur.
But this is enough, iiboutSam he is not
worth the talk. 11 i powijr is ovcr-r-his
floiy (k'pirtol, and it didn't depart .from
srael neither. Laughter. -
I want now to. talk to you about Know
Not liingii-m. this animal with horns and
hoofs -and I want you to stay aud hear me
and not run away, and depenl on these
rascally reporters for what I say. I am an
American, applause, but American means
something more tlutn proscribing tin Irish
man or a Dutchman. , -, k. . , ,
The first plank is freedom, and the last
plank .i freedom, and to be an American
tl is netifSftfiry lo be a friend of. freedom.
( Applause.) - If I were invited ton ban
quet by a fijend, .it would not be proper
lor me. to izo and place myself at the head
of the table. ' Our vountry offers greator
linduccmeiits to the foreigners than any
other. Ave invito, them to our lands and
to our school houses. . I will never . lend
my aid to proscribe tho foreigner. All I
ask of hira is to become an American in
heiirt, and to refuse lo act. clandestinely
with foreign influences. I know, if you
don't, that forciifnois by birth, but not for
eigners in feeling, aro daily becoming
members of the order.
The Democrats say now; tq those old
Whiif, "I always liked an honcstenemy."
Yes, they liked them becnuno thuv emit
lick 'em; but when we rose up and knock
od their parly t-ky-high, they didu't like us
pretty well. (fihouiSHnd iippliiusc.) "An
honest Henry Clay Whitr.'1 Yes, Henry
CJiy with- his great noble hoart, that
Went out after freedom, was sacrificed to
the Slave power.
He then allu led to certain appropriations
made by 'Congress, and said he wished to
speak of one iti pirilciilar; and Inline sug
gest, he said, saving your presence, (turn
ing to Mr. Campbell) tlmt you did that
dirty thing on Htni'lay. It was nn impro
priation of some 1,000 to send Jellcrson
Davis to Peria to buy camels, dromeda
ries, (appluue) niotiltics, etc. Now, for
fear these, reporters get it wrong, I'll take
the monkies otf. v (Lmghier ) ' ' .
(lie commented in an amusing way on
this appropriation.) ' ,
The npeukur then compared Ohio and
Kentucky, and .allowed that while Ken
tucky was seiilud. by the first families of
Virginia, Ohio was settled hy tha refuse of
all the states, i he (Jarolnnun came with
his Hea-biltt'ii old grey horse, and. when
the horse died, took tho bridle mid went
back, fully determined that tho ppirit of
tbe old hoss waa down Mil Carolina, . luc
aand-hillcra of Virginia cme the first fam
ilies had to stay at home to take o iro cf
their niggers wild an .old waon .that
hadn t iron euouli about it to make a tun
penny nuil; uo tire on its wheels, "for o,le
Viririntij never tires." Ihe singtng-miis
ter from Connecticut eame with his ning-
ing-tiooK' miu ' nri'iiOf Hi'enuing, it lie
coulJn'l L'ul a aiiiiring-scliool to teach, to
steal a horse una o hm k . bhouling and
luML'h'er.l Yetwu have civil izcj this mot
ley erew, and it has bcnunic the prersMil
noble population ofour nohlc ii u u. Com
pare our progruks wi.li Kentucky, autled
by the beat blood ol Virginia, aud know
that all this is the result of liuniiiii freedom.
wid e men, who will spread over it the
reign of 1-iw. who will buili the church
an-J school houso on very hill top, and
cover it all over ' wl-lijthe coa litions aud
fruits of a high an t progressive emit
tioti? Now is it fair is it, mmly is it not
coiitemplible, to , rer;resef a great issue
which concerns, tbe late an J wall being of
vast empires now forming, and which inti
mately coiinaots Itself w"uh tho fate of the
Republic as being a question of philan.
thropio ooncarti for nu unioriunato race?
It is no question of mere philanthropy, but
the highest, gravest question of staWsmm
ship which' the inevitable course of events
has forced up for solution, and it demands
for its consideration, not tho temper of
professional 'philanthropy, much less the
moro dcvelish, more heartkss spirit of a
grots, corrupt, mute eye I political ryrr;
hOnism, that fears not uou nor regarus
mm, and sees in the broad Universe no
higher object of interest than the petty
heap it has" accumulate 1. but demands
men of sound heads who have faith in m m
and tho future, who h ive the eye" to see
and the hand to do thut which a compre
hensive justice dem-in Is. Nine tenths of
the people of Kentucky, except tinder po
litical 'excitement, Say that Slavery is a
eutso to Ken'ucky.and regrtt its existeno",
but iti now so interwoven with the' social
life that tlmy see no hope of its removal.
Her crea:est son nlwavs spoke of it as an
evil, and In "tha first settlement of the
State elo-imnlly and nobly opposed Its ex
istence. Kansas u niw forming and Will
sotm be a great State,' If a lot of hungry,
reckless adventurers bo permitted to fasten
this vile sonial- eonanrn upon her the future.
will rise up- with etirsos on those who, hav
Thoso remarks were made in a private
convcr.ia'ionrbut wo take the liberty of
mnbinfT thm nuhlirt for tho reason- that
Mr. vorwin is a Whig oi a ra ym.
stnntlinr.' and ns an effort is being made,
in this community, to pursuade men tlmt no
man who has been a "eood Whig" can
ing powi?r, di-J not presorro her from this
fate. Yet the fate of free labor in Kansas
is but a small part of tho question. A
reckless, yet controlling jntorsi, lmve re
solve I on its extension over vat regions on
this oon incnt ani making it Ihn controlling
interest in the R'puhlie. This is the qitna-
tion a question for the White race Ohio
will meet it.
Yours, tc, MACON.
eonsistently support Mr. Chase.-
I orchiiQM. . . - - - :
, MOVEMEKTS Of EX-PaXSIPXKT FlLtHOBE
Tho Coik Ireland) Reporter, thus al
hides to the honors paid to a distinguished
visitor At the Irish hikesr
"' The fix-President 6f the United States,
Millard Fillmore, accompanied by Mr. Da
vis, of the N i w York bar; and a courier,
has been soj'Uirniny for the last few days
at the L ike Hotel. Kuhirney. Having been
fortunate in bavins a finc day through the
"Gap," l.e expressed himself delighted
with the enchanting scenery of this most
beautiful spot, and the varitd beauties of
tlic lakes mid uie mountains, surronnuing.
' As he was leaving in the morning, the
blinders, connected with the Lake Hotel
placed themselves under a tree out of view
and commenced playing 'Ysnkc Dood
le." As he passed, the boatmen, grouped
in different parts of the avenue,' gava him
three hearty cheers, as an acknowledge
ment of their gratitude to the great repub
lic of America. The distinguished gentle
man repeatedly acknowledged, the- comnli
ment,' which was as uncxpeelcd as. it was
tnthusListic' ' ;'' ,"",'' .' ; .
WAauxx. WIk'B Gev. MedilV arrived
at Toledo he v.' escorted-, through the
slieets by tho Shield 'Horse Guards; 21 in
number, and an engine company, nineteen
members at the rope. It seems that th
enrriacre whi.h contained him and his bag.
jg ige preceded the military com,, whieh is
always, uie arrangement w - retreating;
the ba'winre- and generals in advanco and
the soldiers in tewri Tho Toledo Blath
thinks a retreat must be mado sooner or la
ter by Qjv. Medill, but hardlv anticipated
so it so early in tho campaign..
Suulrty School Ovlcbriilloii. .
, Ko. Gazette: There was a very pleas
ant Sunday S.diool Cclubralion held at
Sugar Grove on Saturday last. In order
to give great interest,. to tho occasion, and
lo draw more closely those fraternal rela
tions which always bind christians togeth
er, a union of tjo German Reformed and
Methodist Episcopal schools had been a-
vented him from sc
many years the warm and ftcadf.tft Mend
of Mr. CI iy an I Mr. ..WVoetoiv W Uli the
l UU-r gentl.'m-in lie became esUrnngeiL for n
time, hut Lis regard f r Mr. t'lny never
was weakened." In'lC'f. dililng the Ty
ler A Imiiiisliation. the Whig party met in
Fiinmiil Hall, and nf.er making the State
nomiiiatioiM, passed a rctolu ion " in favor
of Mr. Cl iv- for President and John Davis
for Vice President. Mr. Liwrence was
tho President of the Convention. The
friends of. Mr. Wcbestcr in Boston, and
particularly ; Mr. Webster himself, were
vexed with -the n-ition of the Convention;
Mr. Wcbslex being still a member of the
Tvjcr Cabinet, regarded the nomination of
Mr. Clay an I Mr. Davis as a direct thrust
at him. . This gave occasion for the famous
"Funu'eil Hall speech" a few weeks after
wards, .by Mr, Webster, . on tho occasion,
of visit to Boston. . Mr. Webster was
pleased lo consider the aotion of the Whig
Convention nsa virtual reading of himself,
and his Tyler fi ien Is out of ihfc Whig par
ty; and during the course "of the speech he
inquired, "Where inn I to go?" Mr. Web
ster reflected, during his speech, in rather
contemptuous terms, upon the officers of
the C.mvcn'ion, which Mr. Lawrence re
sented; and thereupon grow the, feud be
tween them, which lasted foi several yearn;
and which, indeed, was never wholly made
up. 'In 10115 Mr. Webster was ft candi
dite for tins Presidency..'; Mr. Lawrence
was in favor of the nomination of General
Taylor, nu.l hi friends brought him out as
a candidate for Vico President, And lie
came vory nigh getting the nomination at
Philadelphia, and of being placed upon the
Taylor ticket. From motives of policy,
however, Mr. Fillmore was nominated. ;
When Gun. Taylor was elected, Mr.
Lawrence was e nmltcd in regard to the
formation of the Cihinel, nnd was offered
a place in it, which o.Tr he declined, lo ac
cept. He was afterwards appointed Min
ister1 to England, and served bis country
with distinguished ability, until near the.
close of Mr.rFiilmoru't Administration.. .
Upon his ruliii'ii to llus'.otijhe was warm
ly received by his hosts of friends. lie
was nominated ns a delegate to , the Con
vention to niiX'iiJ tho Constitution of the
Slate,, which, however, be declined.. He
sutilcd down in bis ofiijj chair; and became
onefi morn thn simnlo hut distinguished
short addi esses were delivered to the as- , . - ,: , , , .. n.,i, ,i,,
., .. i- . o i o i i merchant, in which position Dentil, - that
scnibly on the subject ofbuutlay bchool , -.-,,. 0
its of the enesliians will be passed upon j instruction, 1 he meeting was orderly and v " .
by utioiit Iitty , tliousnnd uciigiituu eo" " "rr" " - . -
irsskind hearted, and among the poor and
needy he will hava his most sincere monrn
ers. lie wa always ready tof extend
welcome hand to the young and ambiuout.
Ha was the patron of Uaxniug and tlieitstr
ful aits no roan more so. He took a great
interest in the politics of the country, nnd
was one of tha most able of our practical
statesmen., tie was the friend ol. home la
bor, and some of his speeches and essays
in favof of protection to American indus
try have rarely been equalled
He was " first elected lo Congress from
Boston in 103 or fl. ; 'He; 'immediately
took a high position as a debater and a use
ful member, of Congress. If it .hail te'ti
his pleasure he could have remained iu
Congress from the B 'oii ili .tiict to the
;We will furn
2 Qih of October
tsh 0ia Gaxctte ttnuT' the
' next for 25 cents.
:;'Wa art vary' glad ' to loarn and thns td
inform our readers at large, that a eompany
of skillful and enterprising men, from
Springfield--Mr G.Jaynk 4: Sons have
leased the Foundry and Machine Shop.late
ly occupied by Messrs - Selbv, Wright ii
Clarke, and (a party of! the Firm being
now in tho City ) will commence operation
immediately. This firm make their ad
rent amongst us with the highest " tcstimo
uials as well skilled mechanics and as hon
orable men."'.' A to the rctiteing Firm they
need no praise from ns.
LEO A I, APVEHT1S EJI EJi T 8
flkerill'a Rale. -
Tit t'ml, f OH. firJttU CnUf, .
T) BK t'i NTIo Ui eminssd f wd r ( nit fra
I Ik Court of Couimua PIkmoT rairSoie eoualjr,
Ohio, tnd to dlrrvtrd, llllffef aipulillrnlrtt
Ibr t outs tiuuao Iu l.iH-uW,un tlmrdf IttWk
frr,J.).l(ii,biwten Ui koura of H lot (
A. M. sua 'cluoK r. M., Ik followli.t SoMilbea
Rl Etlila, to-wil i Lou Not. S, e, 1 1. IS, IS, IS nd
17 Iu John C. Htmpwu'atdeiiloa la t kotow of Hlo
ntlllo. Apiiraloodai follows Lot Nu. ISalSUa
Ko. S al Sl"i Lot Mo. II at SU Mot Ko. IS at Sola 1H
No. IS al a w Lot No. IS at aad Lo No. 17 al i,
lo ho rultl it Urn propartjr of W. W. Mawart, lo aalla
fjr N.C. allllat for ikauia of PIS fofp.
y WM. POTl'KR. ShariC
DyC. M. L. WISEMAN, Deputy.
Aagnat II, 18S JISpi
; f Sheriff's Sale.
r SfafaaOAia.fMrStU Cooxff.x.
1 i -, inraitiuoa,rainiria torn. neat
PDNSUANT io tho rnmmand of an order of aala
from tha Coorl of Cotumoa Ploaa of Palrleld
counlj- and land directed, I will offer at nubile aale
at Ihe Court Houae la Lanca.tor, eo tmlmrJtt fie Hih
dat tf jtarut A. D. krtween thelraunof IS o'
clock A.M. and 4 o'clock P.M.. Uie followluirdeeerlb
od Krflil Eit.ite. to-wtl: Tho Kaat hair of the tfortk-
woai nusrlor of Socllon No. Sl.Townahip So. 14 and
Rang No 19, etihjjc.1 to the dower of ratharlue But-,-lor
atheretorore aslirucd lohsr bjr uelaeand bouuda,
tiprai,'u aijB per aero.
Term Ooe-third iu hand, and the kalnnre In oak
and two jroara, with lolen-at from the dy ol aale.
rlr I 1 CK, rnorlk.
ByC.M.I.. WISEMAN, boputt,
HcsTtE DAVoaaarr, A It 'fa. July IV owllprstl
I&h another column will be founi a
communication from om of our correspond
f ' i l. . i - t ' ' !. . Tr ,
i -m.:. ;i.it. K l,.i:, . .enisviioiias oecn-on a Tim io. tvoara
11(11(1 1(1 111 "irilHI, Sl" ji.- 1 , . . ' r '
,..vin-. 'Ho "was for sp'iuat roma - near- Athens.. .
friend Tuthill is a . firm believer in thoso
Spmrr. we commend it to hu careful con
sideration . '1- r . .' . . '.'''
. "J - SheriflT's Bala.: . - i. i .
Th ttti oie, Fmirftli Ceaafr, .
PURSUAKTtothe command or an order for'aafe
from tho Court of Common Pl,. nr ulil ..,
and tomo directed, I will offer at pabllc eolo at Ike
-,.v ih MneaHor,en oeurreytaavora a-o of
.Us f, 1SSJ, betwaua Ike buura of I0o'elok A. M.
and 4 o'clock Y M.lhc f..llowli.r dcarribed Kunl ta
VS'1,?;1" .of the Wlh Square of tha tewa
or Bnltlmoro, PaMoldcoauty, Ohio. . . , ..
Aiprfad at eiiO. , - ..'-.-i .
.T.0iVw "i "J propsrry of James W. faul, at U.e
autt of J. W. Mutalx and olhera. '..'... t. t
Tinn rr aale Caah. ' WM. POTTEH, ShorllT.
'tl. -J " . M. L.WlnEMAK,nculT. - V
Laricaator, July 10, l?i-Swlpi J3
- . - SberilT'a Sale. ;
0l, rulrftt Ctltntf. Ii.
Eqnvati r.inlsm at the State Futi'-
The Ohio S'ate Board of Agriculture
have cheerfully accorded the use of the
great driving ring upon the l air Grounds
for equestrian exorcises during a portion
of the time of the Ohio State Fair, to bo
lul,l in Onliimhtis nil thn lfhh'to 91 st
...o,.,i, ..r( ThA Stn'o dn'i.ot Urrecd upon hy their superintendents and
aJuma nnv uffl.iial rosnonsibiliiy in this oflict-rs; and Messrs. StUcky and M. Fadan
matter, but iiuve left the arrangements in
charge of tho undersigned, who has taken
council with his equestrian friends ill dif
ferent p uts of tho Stato, ftiut is griitilieU
to unit a general. tllposiiloii io optriue
heartily in carrying out such a perform
ance in a genteel nn,i .orueriy manner.
Were appointed to make, the necessary ar
rangemcnle. . Iho meeting was. vory. gen
erally attended by the citizens of the town
an I vicinity, thus ninitifusliiig their inter
est in the success of the cause of Sunday
Schuols. - The children and friends of. the
schools' met at the German K -formed
Church at 19 A, M.and marithcd in pro-
ccssion, (attended hy mu.ie,j to a grove
It is not designed to oiler prizes for
iirtmtwifii inn In 11,14 fli-niirl men! . nr trt huxn
a Hoard of Judges to decide upon the rela-1 vicinity, where seats had been ar
iiv i,.rits of the riders: hut everv L id v ranged, a stand eiceleil, and un nmplo la-
. ... .'III .'1 t ... 1 - '.I. ....1. ..
who favors us with her presence in the t" provmeu, coverou nun pios, cukes, etc,
a .a all I . I I It lVP,ill at t IS M I 1 t n AA 'P I i u millifillir tk' O .
s-KiJlo will receive n copy oi tno "tiauy s s,v'" """-. v,.s
Iiuutrimi Miinuar'-an illustrated book P'"'eu singing ny the sciioois, ana
on Hoiseintui.-bip. and such other tcstimo-1 prayer oy uov. u. u. uknsktt, niter wnicii
mill as private liberality will enable us to
bestow; while the general and special nier-
C. E. Cridtonrt, tbe Arlitt.- ' '
' We notice, with great pleasure, that this
distinguished painter from Cincinnati, bits '
honored our town by a visit, . Wo lmve
sicn; at Mr. Gruwold'i rooms, . several
specimens of Porlniits mid fancy pieces,
which exhibit great ' gcuius. ' He is un
doubtedly the finest, rortrait paiutvr that
has t-vcr visited Lancaster; and wa haxard
nothing in say i rig that he hat rio'ruperior
west of tbe mountains. . There arc many
of our citizens who havo long desired an
opportunity lo get first rate Portraits, nt
rcaspntblc prices. Such an opportunity
is now offered. We know that nil (hat is
rcquiicd to induce orders for Portraits, is
for our citizens to s?e Mr. Cridland's paint
ings. They are at the rooms of Mr; Giis
wold. We-sincerely-trust, that, as well
for the honor of our city, as for the satis
faction of those who lies'; re rcsilly fpleiidid
Portraits, that the miserable daubs 'which
now, in many instances, disgrace onr towii
under tho name of Portraits, will be con
signed to their proper place, the-garret or
fire, and their room filled wlth'Mr. Ci'lu;
laud's el tgant and truthful paintings. His
terms lie has made very rensoimble, indeed.
and suited to the moderate means of our
citijans. Ho will only remain " a short
time. Gill at once.
On the 16th rust., by L. W. Babbit Eq.
at tho residence of Martin kfller of Wal
nut lownsliip, Mr. Auoca M. Waddkl, of
HighiHiiil countv, -and Miss Hbstheh
HArtEDACnil, of Fairfield coun'y.-' : t
13,rlolA f to tho cemmnuitof a acconl order of '
tale, frow the Courl of Comrnou Pleaa in and for
aanl count) .and t me directed, ) til offer al pnl.lio
ea4o.ai t&L MMhanw i . .u. . , . ,' .....
. . . - ,
Of Alllua A . Tl. 1RU h,i....ik. . .a .
(lock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M.. the followii.r rtracri-
-u.i re.i esiaio. to tl: The eaal bnlf of Ihe aotitkoaU
fluarterof a-JcUou So. 3, In loirn.hlp Ko. IS. of Kanao
f-nj 1, ailiia-a ia (be county of PalrSeld and Stute of
Ohio, coutninHia; 74 0-l0. Appralacd at SlS.se per
,T".1" Mld ",lue "'ooi'rty of Klliabcikdi Cath
arine l.e!in;rri at the H f , M . Fowler. Tormaof
aloeajh. . WM. pottkh. shnrioi -
Martln ck aclilolcb, Alioru ia. -- . -- - ' n
July ia, loo,- - - swii Prrajve
NOTICR la horebT tiren to all nartona Intoreafed.
thut Jamoa J. atkurck.. AdiwlntMtM.. -r ,i. .
tule nfTitula A. Kagr, deceaavd, haa Sled lila arc aa
and.oiichora In Ike Probale Court of PalrSeld cot,i .,
v.u,, ,r in9,enunuaiiii aotucmont, and thai Ihe rant
will comic on for hearing- ou Ihe Hth dnjr of h'cpteuib
w bmuu iDi'rcaurr na mny DC f-onveiiiiT,!
V 1011. SHAW, Probate Juthre.
... . v, m iu
Prpfcate Kotiee. -,..'..
era pf MU-hnel Wagoner. Adutlnl.tM.,.. .r u..
etia Waa-oner. end H. B. tni. ijuki.,., .
a i i , j ? .. . 0,10 ,no rrobalo null i,f
Palrflrld Comiiy, Ohio, for inapertlon and aoltlemriit,
an.l that Iho aonio will coma on for hcarina; on ike
lith unv of Sontembar next, nr aa mm,. !,...... ..
my be convenient. V. E. SHAW, Pruhnte Judm-
Laiidirtcr, aiif iirt S3, lii 3w) ,. -
Probate Notice. ? , c-
rVJT10?. ' orb P'en thai Alexander Miller.
i O'lanMan Iu l-unacj of Suiwnnub Rnappcr. haa
niid hlaaccountaand ToucheralD the Pntbalo Court
of KulrHeld Countv. Ohio, for Inaperlion and aetilcJ
mani and that mild account will be for hearina on tho
Uth la) rSpiloiuber next, or aa aooa thorvancr a
may be cuuTuiileiit. - . -
VIBGIL K. SHAW, Probate Judco.
Lancaster, Atigual 111, lbS5-r3.wla -
TVrOTirftla hereby gteu l,.t jmvt ft,,,
brl,Y!""',l',n "fJnfobNorlonand Miinin Mi.rt.m.lila
Itl.-il hia accniiuu and rniMheraln the Pmlwle Court
ofi'iilrtl-lil coumy.Ohio, awl that ihn nnio are f,.r
iulpwtion ami will huacttli-d nn the lllb or Rtieaj.
ber A. V, Jl'55, nrua anna thereanerat mat bo
VIKGtl. K. fiHAW, Prvbatu Judec .
Aucull(i,lfK3wl3 - -. . - j , .. , ' "
pectntors who win witness mem,
We invito all our. Lady Equestrians to
como with spirit 'o .this exercise, either
with, or .without escort. All wno can,
should bring their favorito, horses; others
should hring.ihcir riding" '.Wuiriagn, intdu-
(1111!; side-saddle if possible, and trust to
tercst has been awakened in Hint commu
nity oil thi subject. No peiioi in our bis-
lory evor recjuired gtenter care and tlili
all the comforts which wealth c;in aiiiiplv,
with honors, "troops of friends," nnd till
u grenier care nnn tun- , , . , . , . , ... , . ..
. ., i , r .1 .1 r l Ml I U Heart ui m:in euuni tirmrv, vet uu
geuce iii the moral training of the youth of i . , '. ',
our country, than the present, nnd no In- w8 ih' o leave all behind bim, at tho
strumetitaliiy now in use promises moro in call of the cum messenger: wv-were told a
this respect than faithful Sunday School j f,.w weots nL'O. bv a near ithitivo of tho
trumetitality now in use promises moro in j call of the grim messenger; wewere lol
his respect than faithful Sunday School j f,.w weeks niro. bv a nunr ithitivo of
llMTr gomlemi n friends to procure horses -instruction; and it is ineouraging to every j ,joct,a8c j a wl,0 had passed the hight in
upon the ground or in. the city. No fee ; lvcr of his country I., w.tness su.il. scenes ., . , ) ; t, , , , j
of entry is to he paid. ItTa proposed lo ! transpired nt tin. Grove on Satunlay.- waU hui, t.t l.,s iMt , that .0 was t..itn iu
have the riding at j o'clock o Thursday, 1 After the repast, the as.emUy returned in resigned, .Jfe knew ilutl bis end was fast
tliH 20ih.' unit in 1 1 o clock on Friday, the 1 procession lo the town, the best of It-el
an 'amateur ! prevaiieU, ami an leit pieaseu anu g
. a I 1 . . .-11 II .
WiuuAbi Medilu. This gmtleinan is
the representative in Ohio.of a class of pol-
itioiatis who, in cool, calculating, premed
itated inhumanity, excel the roost remorse
less and bloody oppressors of the Middle
Ages, Under the speoious guise of "pop
ular sovereignty," these men teach . that
the Congress of the United States mny is
sue license to the first settlers in any of our
territories to destroy tha manhood of a por
tion uf the people, an I reduce them to Ihe
conditon of the chatties. They not only
hold that the Federal Legislature may do
so, but that this is tha true Democratic doc
trine, claiming that unless the people arc
nt iioeny to eusuve a part ol their num
ber, they are deprived of their natural, iu
hererit rights. ' What a proposition to be
submitted 10 a freo, Christian people! We
mny search ia vain the World's history for
sophistry so sublimated, for cruelty so re
fined, for blasphemy so revol ing and dam
nable. And. yet ifuny one raises an objec
tion to such a proposition these gentlemen
and their minions, presuming npoa. the
perrennial reign of aa unchristian, preju
dice, tui&elhe cry of "Niircfer' M'Aooliti-
onhit," and "disunionist," thinking that
they have effeolualy silenced the abjections
01 me irteaas-oi taiberty and Justiue
2lst,'o i wliin'i l itter oeoasi m
Ediicsiihin Drama will be Dcrforined, if
volunteer characters elm bo obtained.
The Puny .flWyWryconsisting of boys
un Icr, 15 years of ago, upon ponies not
over 14-hands high, is to intister on Fii
ilny. Our young frinnds. from abroad are
invited to join lite, Clii in bus. Pony Ilrigado
on that oci-asio;n. Tho uniform Will bo a
dark cap, bluo or black , rouud-iibout, and
whito pants. ' Let tho Jjpouica nil turn
out, ' ' '''
Ladies disposed to j iiti in iho enspiriting
exercises of eqtipstriiinism' at the Statu
Fair, aro requested to Inform me of their
Intentions previously, or at the Editor'i J
stand 011 the l'alr Urounils us early aa con-i
veniont. t S. D. IIarbw
Ohio Cultivator Office, CtAumlue, A9
I860. ' . . . '
ilied; ami, no doubt, will labor on for the
gootl uf the youth of tho country.
Lancaster, Aug. 2t. J. M.Jamisoj.
Cnrrcapondcnca ef the l.nncnatcr GnruUc.
Eo. Gazette: '-While ' on a visit to
Jonathan Koon's spirit room, in Athens
County, from which I nm just returning.
the following communication was written ' from their labora. "
bythespint hand, (lighted with pliosro
rns,) under clrcumstjinces which enabled
ma to see tho hand write. 1 ;
I present it to you, not only as a Bpirit
unl communication, but as a very fine
specimen of epistolary' writing, alike un
exceptional In sentiment and in stylo.
But here it it, speaking for itself, and as I
think, defying criticism: . " 1 '
"To the friends and mediums 0f this cir
cle. Bo steadfast in the cause of the
new revealod I
approaching, but it gave bim no larni
He was a firm believer in the promises of
the Gospel,; and looked with a cliristitins'
hope lo a brighter and better borne In heav-
j en. J hus. ssca tho last hours. 01 a great
and good num. Death found in Abbott
Lawrence a shining mark. lie bus been
gathered into the fold where the weary rest
luht.' which Icaits tome's
Talent Appreciated. Tha aomccs or immortality. - Let your paths be docked 1 .. ir.h u.ui.ia h
Rev. Mr. Channing. Minister of tho. Ben'-f with pt -ai Is of moral example, which giv-1 ?' lJ'X !
shaw street Unitarian Chapel, Liverpiiol. ' eih lustre to tho clowinir prospeots that H ! r'"t cuup; 1 can't huipit; 1 formed ihe tmi.it iu;n
... . ' .,.1... . .r.r ...1 Ll,nt Mi.MbM.il u u 1....I i... Iu.li. ul ll.M limit 1 .nl.l
R to be pilldentanu Wise, , w,koy at lwoccutaurl lo put It wilhiu Iho roach
, It ECU LA It WKfcTIMiS:
tASCASTKK MlllOK. Km J7 A, . Auj.Sl, lcM
a.i-a.-u riiiavn i , no. 7. - -- - yp,
Pcbruar; W, IM.U. O. 8TKISMA S, Uecocder.
-7 - J O II N la 1 OM8 :. Z
Wholesale and lU'lnil tircccr,
Nuln street, I, uncUAtor, Ohio, "
1S.T IN t.Tr".K5 Veura haa now vlapaed alncc 1 com-
Xl aiouvodibe Grcuury Uueluua, during which lime
nvc boon numbered witu tue cloda
I am perinllted to remain amone
.in j oi iny couipo.llinracurae me uecailftu I ecu
nnirluiHl, nave oeeu bo accepianie,. timv " oetore you. ott
and you w
unanimous invitation has been extended gnJ y0u will be decked with a diadem of , piovryp0r iun,and atn
enf for I beauty that fudeth not, and ' honors that, nuinormieiuuueau.iaidc!.!
result' of the balloting an the second Tiles'
day of October will show how' far '' the
hav mistaken the seiuiments of tha' peo oa tha SOAibenltn orgariizn
pla of Ohio,iinirfa)iWceim'oi"r' '- ' tnada for carrying on Uie'l?aH
to continue his ministry with the
further period of two years.' at a salary of)
2,600, piiu lio lias consumed io remain
there. Mr.-Channing Was Pastor of tha
Unitarian Church in Cincinnati, in 1839-
4i. ; . ; " ,. -t
Dr. Parkerhfis beeU appointed Commis
sioner to China by President Pierce.. ' .The
Doctor'a long residence in that country,
and, his knowledge of 'tha Chines lan
guage, makes hitt eminently fitted for the
position in which lie" has been placed."
. I,- t , , i , '
stiT Two hundred and twelve eitizans of
Wob8ler,--W"Tr County, hava "aianed a
I oalj for'aTlepuhllcan meeting ia that place
IKIltlUU 1W v W
ncd tuHt Dm I haw- iitfvor
(irnMi ftr my icooda. ttv Uie
wuu. huo up pear io urn
physical embellishments' f; Jlnu""y"J,eM,ilfl8- Tb " '"' "''.
Itian. f KlN'O. I I will glre you aoinelhlRS ffol eeerjr two weeka.
.' .1 his was written without an erasure or
Interlination and iii - a space of time, but
little over what is, required, lo rend iti '
Therefore if "King'' is tha devil as some
folks say ho is, ho is undoubtedly "a smart
fellow" nnd a protty good english soholnr.'!
" '' "- D. Q. 1
.'' 1 . r- . . , ,
i The Mavsvllla (Kt.) Eagle says rt negro
tnsn was killed on Wednesday last, in the
neighborhood of Slate Montgomery county,
.by a knife in tho hands of his master, Jos
eph Wai nor, while 'corrooting hira. ,t -
NICHOLAS' FOX, ;
m Main StreaCjpd door Kaat of Ctia Hotel,- '
U'ttWf,Mr ,.aS5aW.. . - --' f r
Uucaalor, AmualW, leAT-tlwU
NEW GEOCERYASD HOTIOK STOEE.
BAVK purcliaaed tha vuilre Interett of Jobs Lt
oxain tlic Grocery store oh the Soulhweat ceruer
the Public Square, bark of Uie Market llouae. where
I ahull at all liuiea tuke pleaeura ia aurilna tha old i
nnwuvn vi lav eriuuiiauuivui auu my irivuua wuu a
Choice select ion of tJrooerlea,Noll.uiK,eVe
My sow supply haa already eirWed to which 1 Hirtte
apeclulatleution of uttoinora. My prlcea will he aa
low aaauy other almilar eatabllalimept In the city, i
au a new berlnuor anilkops to havo a liberal thare
of tbe public lintroin.ro. . JOHN C. JACKSOH.
, Laudator, Aogual IS, lfjj 16U"
. ,;,obituary;. . . :
Departed this Hfo on tho 1 5th inst.,' at
his 'caidencoin Kom township,' Fairfield
county. Col WILLIAM CROOK, after
a brief illness. ' - - ;
The deceased was born in Rocking-
hnm county, Virginia, on the ' fith day of
June, 1773. anu consotiuentlr lad roach
ed on tho day of his death, the - good old -
ago ot eighty -one years, two months and
ton days. . In" 1CJ5, ' he emigrated' with
Ilia family and settled in Fairlicld county,
t where ho ' continued to reside uutil his
death,-and during that wriod ju.-it
fifty your8--lio sustnined the character of ,
an useful eitisen and upright man. He
has left behind him an aged nnd nffection-'
nte widow and a large and respectable
family, extended to the third generation,
to remember tho kmdncsa and inaulgonco ;
of an ngiid husband and parent. Among
tho large circle of his acquaintances ho
.'bad many warm friends and few enemies. '
lie was a man of a vigorous mid healthful
constitution, nnd although he hud fur pass
ed tho mcridcau of life, ho In appearance,
beforo he waa stricken down with the dis
ease which terminated his life, bid fair to
havo lived many years longer, ' ' .
He filled several offices of honor; peril
nnd. trust, tho 'duties of which he dis
charged with entire satisfaction to nil con-ttt-rnod."
He was elected and ecivcd ns a
Justice of tho Pence in the township in
which ho lived. In 1820 he was chosen
Sheriff of Fnrrtietd county.and served un'
til tho full ol 1024. He also ' rose in
tho militia service from a privnte station
to tho Colonelcy of n Regiment.''- In the
war of 1812, with Great Britiiin, he served
n six-months tour of military duty ns Ma
jor of a battalion in Col. John DcLong's
Regiment of Ohio militia, and undor the
oommnnd of Gon. John S. G.ino, of Cin
cinnati, in 1813 dt 1814; and was station
ed nt Fort M iga and upon Put-in-Bay
Island, in Lake Eric, whore his ' courage
aud intrepidity in guarding and defending
the frontier settlers of northern Ohio,
from tho murderous attacks of tho Brit
ish nnd Indians, merited and drew forth
from his commanding General tho high
est: oiicomiums Maj. Crook, with his
command, after suffering every privation
incident to such n service in the most irr
- clement season of the year, was honorably
discharged At Put-in-B.iy islnnd, about
the 1st, of March 1CM. Gun, Ganrc, in
his letter of discharge, uses the following
complimentary language: "Major Wil
"liam Crook, your conduct under my,
"command was highly satisfactory, and
"you are justly entitled to my thanks,
"which please accept for yourself rJto.V
'. ... ;. .. - Com.-; .
Court ofComaon jpicas, Fairfield eonntr
Mnrr A. Oyler, )
vi. . , I Petition for Dltorc. - :
Jncil. K. Oyler. J v
fpiie 11 f.-n.tnnl in thle rnae will take notice thai the
M Pliili.tirrhiis Sled a petition In the fourl of rm
moa Plcaa,prali,f for a dlrorce on account of the .
wilful ahionco or anld Defuiulant for more than Ihrca
ynr. Pniil petition will coineon to ce board al tho
OcioborTi-rm of aid Court, .
MARY A. OYl.KR.
. B;.-'pnl W ILLIAilS. berAUorHey.
(unrdian Hail.-. .
Y vlrlne of an order of aale I
the Court i.fPn.biito In and
Selil and State ,if Ohio. I w ill
tome dlrectoi) from
d for Ihe f.'uuniv at
lie Temlue. ea Safariae, Iti 8f orS'.(.t-r,l,M
h.'lweuii the hiMira of IU o'clock A. M. aud 4 e'eloe k
P. M. or anid day, on Iho pn-mlac-a, Ihu una undl
ld.il c.iinl lhir.1 part of the fllnwli.t deacrilx-d
Ki-nl KtaU, thiil la ti any -linc and beii a: Iu II, u
county of Fnirllrlil aforcauid, briiiniiina; nt Ilia couth
boundary orat-ciion twcnty-irlit (J8), towaahlp twelve
(!'.'), range twcniy (so In Ihe i-cnlre of the Zancaville
iiiiU Mnvavllld Turnpike Koud; llicrce North 21 le
jrena, Kuat 4 P9 chaina to n poat near Ihe Enat aide of
n.mi, uiciiru nosiu 113 chaina iii Ilia f or tlnn
line; thence Korlli on the Scclion Hue IU 13 chaina to
llio Southwest corner of J. S. iiuiuilti.u'a lul; llicuc.i
Knt B 71 chulna to a poat near the Weal alUo of aaid
turnpike road; thence North S t1 chaina to point in .
ia..un. I'lmiu nuau, induce caai in lurhuiiiatna
alone In the line of Jamea Nortli'a land; thonce r'oulh
3 .13 chnina to a atone; thence Eaat II ST rbaliia to. a
linc; Ihence Kunth S 51 chaina lo a atone; thence Weal
II S, ctiaiua lo a atone; thence Houih S 55 chaina to a
alone In the aertlnu line; IheiiWoal 10 SIS chnina to tho
place of lplnnlng, coiitaiulnr forty-nine l) acrra
more or Icaa. Tho above lamia will ha aold by pie aa
the cunrrlian of Oeorfto W. Moore and Cathariaej
M-ioiw. whonre miuora.aud ouch entlUeit to one ennui
undivided alslh pari of aid, I Ian, la.
Ttrmi Holt Oiie-ihlrd ca.-b Id bar d, one third in
oueycarnnd the rvaidue In two yi-ara, with Interoat
from tho day of aale.accrrrcd hy morlRafrcon the prcni
Iwa. Kacli one andlvUlfd .third apprniard at SSIi..
SS. CASPKH T. HITLER,
tiuanllaaof Calhnrlno and Gi orre W. Moore, minor.
Cnnrdina-Snle. ' -
sale to me directed, laaueil
of PalrSeld county. 1 will
the nroniUi'e. nn' r,tuj,d
l'ij(Jy. jlr,iti, r,, between the honra of lu
A. M. and 4 u'clot-k P. M, ofaald day, the followlne;
deacribcil Heal Eatula, to-wit: Hcina;nuo-fnurth oriho
two nndlviiled Sflb parltortho Soulhweat quarter of
Sectiou number twenty-four, (S4) Township number
twelve (12), Kaiifrc iiumbertwenty (SO,) except thirty,
three CM) aereaaold off of Ihw Weal aide of aaid ttuar
terSaction. Alao the one-fourth of the twaundlvlden
Sfllr partaof Ihe rollowinr deacribed tract or parrel of
land, belu( Porly (40) acreaof Iho Koulheaat Quarlee
of anid Kvctiun, particularly deacribed aa follow :
comnn-ucliij al Ihe Loitlhweat corner of aaid Sonlh-'
baat quarter Section; Ihenoe tiaat 14 97 chaina to- a
atone; thence Nona S3 74 chaina to a atone; tbeueo
Weal IS chaina to- a atone; ihence North IS 44 chaina
to a stone on tho half aeetlun Hue; Ihenro Weal
3 78chaina lo Ihe Nnrlhweat corner of aaid Quarter
Section; thence South 40 17 chaina lo the plaeo of b-
f lnninjr. Said lands all in Pulrfleld county, Ohio, and
n Clenrercek townahlp. -
Tirmi a Sift One-third eash In hand, and Ihe resi
due lu two ei)iml annual paymehu with lute real accuit
ed by inorlaxre. Pint tract appraised at $3f3. Second
tract apixaiaedal Vise. .
HKNR1KTTA MclNTYRE; "
i ' Gnardian of Jidin Melnlyto, Minor. - '
S-nNcnroMO A Sn,v. Atlnriieys. : . . .
July SO, lnii Swl9pr40 ' ""."''.'
TJ Y rlTtue of an order o( i
J3 Of Ui Probate Court n
sell at public vnndlio, oil Hi
. ,. Katate of William Elliaw . . .'
eTOTICK la hereby (Waa, that the anbasrlber baa
been appointed and Auallflrd aa Bxaeutrliof tha
I Will and Teataiaanl of. WllUam KIIU, late o
Falrfletd county, Ohio, daceaacrl. ,
July is, Utii-Swu. , A.N.N Rttle,KMeulrU.
At his residence, in Hocking township,
Fairfield county, on the 2 2d inst., Mr. JA
COB RHiEFFER, aged 70jears on the
day pf his death. The deceased settled in
Lancaster about forty -five years ago, and
Tor several years successfully pursued tue
Saddling business. .Retiring from busi
ness in the city, he removed to bis farm,
near- Hamburgh, where he lived in great
peace and .happiness until the close of his
life. . le waa an industrious and honorable
man, and has left a bereaved widow and
large family of children to lament a loss
which can nqver be restored, to thorn In
thia'?yorld.:, v ;
Trobate Xotice. .
jSvrOTICK Is hereby Rlrcn to all peraoni interested
111 Ihnttlie accounts and touchers of the Estnles of
Klclnird Kraanre, Hnl.ert YtiiuiB and William Pea-ra,
btie boon Bled in the Probata Court of FatrfloLI conn,
ty. Ohio, forlnapoctlon auil sottlcnicnf, and that the
aainf will as for hcarina; oh theSTth day of Augnat A ,
I). If55, or aa soon thereafter as may he ronTenlont. '
' . J V-lHttlL K. SHAW, Probata Judiro..-"
, Lancaster, Autunt, lfSS 3wll . . "-
Trobate Notice : ''-,f ;
NOTICE Is hereby gircn to nil peraons Interested,
thut John A. Collins. ETC'tnrofPctorScltt. dee.,
' ilo Ail m 'tor of Catharine Siets, dec.
do do Pavld Koea, dteeaaed, and
Tnnla P. Ashbrook,one ofUia Executors of Jacob Ha
ber.oaceaaed.hare Sled Ihatraecounls and Toiicheratn
tha Probate Court of PalrSeld county, Ohio, lor III
apecllon andaetllemcnt,ntid that said accounts will
come on for hearlnsT on the SSnd day ofAujuat pext,
or aa soon thereafter as may be convenient. ,
Julyse-3wlS V. K. SHAW, Probalo Judge,
Road Notice. . .; , .:
TT0T1CE is hereby given, thai a petition will bo
I w -will be presented to the Commissioners of Pair
ffold eounly, at their rorular aesaioa la September
next, praying for an alteration of so much of Ihe road
leadlns- from Baltimore to Mlllersporl aa Dee between
I the eouth line of the southeast quarter of section No,
9, and tbe utile uanai; eata alteration to eoanmcneo
where the road atrikea tho south line of tho southeast
quarter of section No. 5, running- east on the section
line between the lanila owned by Cooperrtder and
Oroves to the Ohio Canal, thence north on tha gravel
bank of th Ohio Canal to Intersect the road on said
bank." ' MANY PBTITlONBHSj.
, Walnut township. August 3, 1693. .- St IS,
. --: "' Eatate of James A. Baker, t
TsroTICEIa hereby given-that Iha anbacriber haa
Y been appointed and qualiSed aa Administrator
on the Kaute of Jamea A. Baker, daeaasad, lata of
Fairfield county. Ohio. , Dated nt Lancaater, thta 1st
day of AugoartlKS. " SILVESTER STI XV Aoy
Auguat.9,ie53wia.' :.iv '"'li '-;.