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'rbwrsdatf RIrniMcr, Sept. K18
Mr. Cktiac Onr rosJloa.
Every candid man will adroit that iifr.
Chase ww very fur from being tho first
choice of tli .American party in this
county. As soou, however, as Lo received
tho nomination of (lie 13ih of July Con
vention, tlto American party almost inimo-'
ili.itely, and, with but few exceptions,
unanimously aoqniusco J4 m the action of
thai Convention. In no portion 'of Ohio
-null Mr. Chaso receive) a more warm and
lonlous support than in Fairfiuld county.
It is nut so much Mr. Chase's personal
popularity, as the great principles which
he supports, which will socure him the
support of the American party. He is
known throughout the Uuio.i as a firm and
unyielding opponent of the further exten
sion of slavery. ' This is a subject of the
most vital importance to our national great
ness, ."prosperity and happiness. "Ever
since the establishment of our government
we liars ' been making concession after
concession to the South, until she at length
thinks1 that nil her demands should be
granted . without, opposition. We must
show her that while we respect all her
conatiluUom 1 rights, and are ready to pro'
tect her in tho enjoyment of them, wo do
not desire the general govornmont usod as
an instrument for the extonsion of slnvory.
We do not wish to see the prosperity of
our new territories blighted by that groat
curse. This is the great issue imolved in
the present contest.
The Kansas-Nebrafki bill, by which
the. Missouri Compromise was repenlod,
was an administration measure a mens
devised by the President, and forced
through Congress in violation of his most
solemn pledges that ho would regard tho
Compromises of IG53 as a final settlement
or tho slavery question. It was n jnon-mro
totally uncalled for, and had tho people
been consulted, they would havo declared
against it almost unaiiimouNly. But the
people wcro hastily botrayed by their rep
resentatives, and thoreforo tho people of
Ohm, by 'the election of S. P. Chase, will
show .that their .displeasure with those
traitors is deep-seated and hilling. By
the election of Medill, the people of Ohio
will endorso the present administration and
all its corrupt measures. The election of
Chaso will bo a direct rubuko to it, and a
more effectual ono than could bo possibly
givon to it hy the election of any other
man. In this national point of view, then,
wo regard tho election of Chaso as of the
Wo do not think that any ono nood fear
t-hui thaAmerleaa party will be injured by
C'haso's election. I not tho party in this
county mora active, more prosperous, and
moro hopeful than it ever was before?
The people aro too deeply attached to
American principles, cvorlo abandon them
before they have carried reform into evtry
deparlmont of the government.
Uomanlam and Freo.toin.
The OAt'o Eugle, influenced by tho do
sire of securing iho favor of its Catholic
supporters, persists in reprosotiting the
American party as b-ing opposod to reli
gions freedom. That journal, by making
this assertion, evinces but little regird'for
tho intelligence of its readers, since every
woll informed man knows (lint tho Ameri
can party is now, nnd over has been, a
zealous advocate of tho largest roligioue
fn i'dom. On the othor hand, there is no
fact bolter known than that Humanism
neotr utloxet religioui freedom whert it has
the power to prevent it. This is tho chief
ground of our opposition to Catholicism
not a desire to prevent any man from wor
sloping God aecordio g to tho dintatoa of
his own conscience. Vu oppose Homan
i mi because it ii opposed to Republicanism
- We now propose to call nttontion to a
few facta which will convince our readers
that the American pooplo have reason to
apprehenl clangor to their froodom from
Romanism and foreign influence.
1st. A vast majority of tho thousands
of foreigners who laud annually upon our
slioros, aro ignorant and vicious Roman
Catholic, Tho Protestant fortf.-ncM are
en entirely different class of men, being
as a goiiornl rulo, virluoui an 1 intolliaont
It is from Citholig foreigners, then, that
wo hnvo tho most reason to apprehend
) danger. Tha wisest of our statesman are
.. Agreed in tho opinion, that upon nothing
does the perputuity of our freedom depend
more than upon tho morality of tho peo
ple, i no following astoundinir fact.
which appears in the census of lOfli), will
how the stale of morals existing anion;.
1:10 ualliolics of tho United .States. Of
tho nonviets in the penifenUanos of the
United Htatos in I85J, 18,089 were Gsth-
dies, whilo only J589 were Protestants
showing the excess of Catholics to be
.10,291. T!:U Is a striking commentary
upon Iho state of morals existing among
the Catholics of the United States, and
, we, thereforo, commend the abovo liifurcs
lo tho editors of the Pope't organ.
They may be found on page I GO of tho
Compendium of tho Census of tho Unitod
Stales, published by the U. 8. Senate,
. , 2nd. The very nature of tho Catholic
f sligion which is professod by the great
, ' majority of foreigners, is dangerous. The
Ca.holia elxirori prohibits. tho.exerei.a
Itvi.al. . ...1 .... . A 1 -1-.I..1'
j.iujjiuuin ,vgoou uruiioiio musii
hold thovUvMli floctrino that tho authority
pt the church h in all Ihinus supremo and
iiifiririlroravn.r"'this, notwUhstonding that
"tbo history of that church shows that she
has at different times promulgated entirely
contradictory doctrines. Tho devotees of
Rome are slaves, who daro not, upon re
ligious subjects, ontertain an independent
thought, but most obsequiously follow the
dictation of mite red priest. Such men
cannot "be truo freemen.
When a man has onoo acknowledged
that his own judgment is insufficient for
his direction in his religious belief, it is
easy to persuado him that mankind are un
fit togovorn themselves politically. Hence,
wo find that aristooracy an! monarchy
have always flourished best in Catholic
countries. More than half the thrones of
Europo are at this hour only upheld by tho
uHuenco of Catholio priests. So it has
ever boon. Whorever the Catholio church
has had the most unliniitod power, there
the worst forms of despotism have prevail
ed. The Pope, asthe temporal ruler of the
koman Slates, is the most complete tyrant
on the face of the earth. Ho allows no
religious or civil freedom, makes no pro
vision for the genoral education of the peo
ple. To read the Bible is a high crime.
In short, the people of Roma enjoy none
of those great political privileges which
we consider so indispensable. Yet all the
bishops and priests of this country have
sworn allegiance to the Pope, an allegiance
which binds them to destroy the liberties
of the country for the sake of promoting
the interests of the church.
; 3rd. If wo visit the counlric of Eu
rope in which tho Catholio religion pro
vails, wo will find them far behind the
Protestant States of Europo in oivilization
and refinement, in intelligence and mo
ruhty. Tako the Catholio countrios of
France, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Naples,
dep., and oomparo tho in with the Protest
ant oountrios of England, Scotland, Prus
sia, Sweden and Denmark, and you will
find the condition of the mass of tho people
fur more improved in the latter than in tho
4ih. The only roason why republican
institutions have not succeeded in Mexico
and South America, is because those coun
tries aro wholly under the blighting influ
ence of Catholio priests.
6lh. In no Catholic country is tho press
free. Tho Romish priests hnvo always op
posod free presses. Republicans havo al
ways considered a free press as the bast
guardian of the liberties of the people.
So here, again, tho Romish priests stand
opposed to ono of the greatest instrument
alities of modern progress and enlighten
ment. C.li. In no C.uholio oountry is freedom
of speech allowed. Moreover, Romish
priests everywhere oppose popular educa
tion, for they know that knowlodgo would
bo fatal to tlrnt monstrous system of super
stition which they uphold, Hence the
priests never establish free schools whore
they have the power todoit if they wished;
hence they nie ondoavoring to destroy tho
free schools in tho United States. 1' hey
hate light became their deeds are evil.
7th. the JSible is not allowed to bo
road in u.ttuoiic countries, mo history
of our country shows that wo owe our froo
dom to our common schools and an opon
mule in them. The Itoimah priests are,
the ro fore, hostile to the vory sourcos from
rwhioh our liberties nro derived. In view
of all th.iHO things, wo nsk whether it is
not evident that Romanism is, from its
very nature, opposed to froodom and re
publicanism. The number of thoso pro
fessing tli is dangerous religion is inrreas
inir in tho United States very rapidly by
iminigruli'Pii, ami they nro now admitted
to a share in the administration of our
government almost as soon as they arrive.
Is there really no danger Hi thus aumitliii''
hordes of ignorant and superstitious for
eigners to a share in tho government?
Americans I this is the question you nro
called upon seriously to consider.
Wo reorivod yestorday two lettors from
gentlemen who are as well acquainted
with the state of political ullairs in Ohio,
as any two persons iu tho Stato. From
these lettors wo make tho following ex
tracts: I know of no reason for dospondeney,
nor any good roason why ihucorruptionists
should thko fresh courajre. One third of
the Trimble vote will probably be Cast in
Hamilton County. Thuro will bo somo
defootion from (Jhaso in tlio counties South
of tho National Road, hut if our advices
aro reliable they will ho fully compensated
by gains in tho counties North of that lino.
In the "Reserve" oountieshis votowillnp
pioximato nearorto unanimity than on any
former occasion; whila in the North-west,
heretofore strongly Loeofoeo, ho will carry
a heavy majority. Uiehland. Ashland,
Wayne, Stark and L'olumbianna, the old
"liackbono" of Democracy, will have a
story to tell that will carry confusion and
uonsteralion to those whose political invest
ments aro in the stock of tho 'Old line' De
mocracy. Where are to be their compensa
ting gains? They will be found to consist
of "Any Nothings" and tho 10,000 ma
jority they promise themselves in Hamilton
Tho othor extract is more briof, but
"Prospects good and gradually growing
gooder; tho Loco's have no expectation of
succeeding with any part of their ticket ex
cept the Uovcrnor.
As we state aborc, the writors of tho
extracts given arc gentleman who have as
good opportunities of forming a correct
estimate of tho political condition of af
fairs in Ohio, as any persons in tho Stato,
and we plaoo tho utmost reliance upon
what they say. In addition to these stale-!
monts, we could give numerous extracts
from businoss .correspondence roceivod
daily nt this office, which would be strong
ly collateral evidence to prove the correct
ness of their statements. Then wo soe
every day gentlemen from tho Interior,
who confidently assure us that the Republi
can ticket will carry as large a majority
of hMt fall for Swan and lllinkensdorfor.-
The Cleveland I,oador says Cuyahpg
county wtil give Iter share of ono hundred
thousand majority for the Republican lkk
et, taking last full as a basis.
"the Program of Poperr.
W understand that a prominent Cath
olio gentleman of this city has donated a
large tract of land for the establishment of
aNuMNKRY near this oily.' If this be real-:
ly tho case, it becomes the Protestant
Freemen of Fairfield seriously to consider
whether they will ever permit tho soil of
this county to be contaminated by suoh
. nefarious institution. We do not advise
a resort to violont msans far from it. We
wish the Protestant feeling of tho county
fully aroused, :.u order that public opinion
may, if possiblo, prevent the establishment
of a Nunnery in this enlightened county
an institution suited only to tho darkness
of tho middle ages, and the latitude of
Spain and Italy.
Oar sister county of Perry presents n
sad picturo of the influence of Popish in
stitutions. In point of intelligence she is
far behind this county, her morals aro cor
rupted and her prosperity impeded, while
iu Somerset business men have been crush
ed by the full weight of C itholio proscrip
tion. Thus it will be here unless Protes
tants tako a firm and decided stand against
both the political, and social influooco of
We have beon much pleased to observe
lately in this city, the prevalence of a mnoh
more independent spirit among Protestants
than once existed here. The time was
when Protestants iu Lancaster did not dare
avow their abhorrence of the doctrines and
practices of the Romish Church, for fear
of the social influence of a few Catholio
families. That day has now, thank God 1
gone by. The mm who should now dare
to bow obsequiously to Romanism for Cath
olio patronage or good will, would be
marked by his fellow citizens as equally
an enemy to God and true religion, and a
traitor to his country. If Catholocs
wish to proscribe those who express their
religious opinions without reserve, thoy
must do it at their own risk
To our Protestant brethren we would
say, be firm and united. Give earnest sup
port to the several branches of tho Protcs
tant Church to which you may bolong.
Attend punctually upon religious services.
Study carefully the Bidlb, not only as a
guide to immortal lifo, but as the groat
chart of our civil and religious freedom.
Encourage and dofond our noble system of
common schools, the pride of our State,
the coruor-stono of our national greatness.
Finally, lot every man rornoraber that ho
is a m Ait, an immortal being, and strive to
perform woll the great duties which he
owes to la's country and to his God. No
man is without somo influonco in the world,
and every one should thereforo tako care
to exert it in favor of Protestantism and
Tho Poiuister at Ab1i1ihiI Tlore
We have just received a leetter from a
responsible source at Ashland, from which
wc make tho following extract,
"Our Postmaster here, Alexander For
tor, Esq., who was nn efficient oflircr, has
just boen removed by tho Administration,
tho inlellionco of which reached here on
Saturday evening. Thcro can be no othor
reason for his removal than his opposition
to the Kansas outrage, as he is an Irishman
by birth, aud was always opposed to the
American organization. No, on Saturday
night, avowed Ii is determination lo uso his
best olforts to sscuro the defeat of the
Slave propagandists at tho coming elec
tion." It does not roquiro any additional evi
dence, sinco tho removal of Heoder, and
tho appointment and speech of Shannon, to
convinco any man of ordinary senso that
the administration is determined to carry
out the programmo of Atohinson ii String
fellow, and to punish every man who shnll
daro to lisp his opposition to tho repeal of
Missouri Compromise. The removal of
Mr. l'ortor is merely cumulative, a still
farther illustration of a cancodod point.
The freemon of Ohio can act with a per
fect kuowledgo of the issue as forced upon
them by tho Loeofoeo party of tho Stato aud
tha nation. Cin. Oat.
Buown County. Tho American Rcpub
licans of Brown met in convention, and
nominated John F. Gainos and Jas. Young
as their candidates for Representatives.
The Republican ticket had about l.lOOraa
jority last year, and wo havo tho assurance
that they will still setain their strength.
Awful Trimble meeting nt Clove,
There was, as we learn from the Clovo
land Leader, a Thimulb meeting in that city
on Saturday evening, which was attend
ed hy noarly one hundred and fifty persons,
and addrussod by Bcsiinsll Wiiitk nnd
Mr. Thompson, son in-law of Mr. Trimblo.
White abused Mr. Chase; nnd Thompson
said that every drop of blood in Mr. Inm
Liu's veins was either Irish or Scotch
blood; that tho Irish in Highland oounty
wcro going to vote for his father-in-law;
that his futhcr-'a-law was a farmer, and
very export in binding sheaves of wheat.
Thu New Governor or Kansas. Gov
Shannon in his address to the Committee
of Welcome, which met him on the border
of Kansas, said, "thcro is no State in tho
Union whoro porsons and property are
more secure than in this (Kansas) ierri
torv." Can the full force of an unmilicra
ted falsehood bo carried farther than in tho
above remark? Are lives secure when men
are drivon fiom the polls by an armed mob
is property secure when printing press
os are thrown into the river beoauie they
aro mado to uphold law and order?
Hon. Aaron ITarlan. We aro glad to
hear from the Xenia Torch Light that the
Hon. Aaron Harlan is doing yeoman ser
vice for the Republican cause in his dis
trust. Mr. Harlan is a man of eminent a
bility, a fine speaker; and having been
witness to tho outrages in Uongress, ana
familiar with the means by -which the
slavery propagandista seek to accomplish
their nefarious ends, his remarks cannot
fail to bo highly intcjQsted to evory free
IPorlUUneastor Amlaoii OuelU.J
We have boou ereatlv nloised to see the
reports mado through you; papers from
different townships of our ojunty, and bo
lievo it will be acceptable to your many
1 4. 1 .1 . rvU Pl..oennt ik
reauers 10 know mat v.vi
in the fii
Held, ready and eater for the con- r-J "-r-f"- t a
ady to battle for the principle that perhaps tome of he teachers, an op
ieans should rule America." portunity of patronising a cireut, or tAou
A mnj-;un RlmiiM mio America."
It is with the most plavmrable feeling 0
that we are able to communicate the grat-
Hying fact, that iam tojs are more nu-
merous now man tney eter wo mium -
in r lournshin V t not. therefore. k
be surprised to hear that the "Slave Do-
mocracy" of Pleasant, woeive a peneoi
w atorloo aeteat. at the coming eioouon.
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oeioro us. Avery principle ui-r iu u
nromnts us to do our duty,
and it will be done. We will assist in the
noblo woikof giving swell merited aud
indignant rebuke to tho demagogues, po-
htical knaves and troasury leecnes, wim
whom our county has beon so long cursed.
Tho opposition is alarmed. Thoy aw-
r l, . . . . l .1 II
luuy lear ricasanj worn o ruu.,u
bv them, to influence the honest and intel- K
li-ront masses to vote for Medill. But it is
very truly said by our people, that he who L.
has mado politics a trade, and lor tne wt
quarter of a century been a beggar for
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officn. no.vflr hvin,r .r-comnlishfld anv ma-
terial srood. either for our county, State or
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country, is unworthy lonwr to receivo the
suffrago of a free .people. His speech at
Astermaa 8 is not yet forgotten. The
domagoguism thore displayed, disgusted
some of his hitherto warm friends, who
will cast thoir votes against him and in
favor of Mr. Chase; though they still claim
to be idontiliad with the " unterrilieu 1 '
No tli in it, however, which has transpired
during this campaign has mado a deeper
imnrassion on tha minds of manv than the
unparalleled conduct of Mr. tut lull, in
casting aside ana refusing to count the
vote of one of your esteemed fellow citi-
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ions. Xnat act win remain as the mam
of Cain upon his forehesd, and forovor
stigmatize as utterly false, his hypocritical
domooraoy. It haswent far to destroy the
very limited and comraotod lnnuonce oi the I
organ of Sag Nichtisrri in this county, and
stai'L'ored the faith of those who would
fain believo in the honesty of that corrupt
and falsifying sheet.
our country. May "Old FairGold," with
her churchos, tfficiont common sohools,
broad, rich, and fertile fields with her
aMA KhI.iium an n MJInsI Annan M,n MniaA At I
enterprising, moral, reading, and inteh-
(rent pooplu, proulaim throuirh tho ballot-
box, on the 9th day of October, with a
voioo approaching to unanimity, in favor
of tha patriotic principles of tho great
American party. V. U. it.
For tho Lancaslor Amorlcan Gazette
Ed. Gazettk: I have read, with much
pain, thecommunicationinyour lust week's
paper, signed " ltichland," in which he
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I havo beon told that Mr. Schieich
had with him a young man of your oily,
a mcchanio, whose name 1 withhold, as I
would not havo your paper desecratod with
tho namo of ono who has fallen to such a
depth of degradation; who would, had he
been called upon, sworn before hiffh heaven
and that audience, that Mr. Sohleich's ex-
pontion ot tho prinoiplosof the American
piny w.w 1.1 u.
I am sorry to say that Mr. Schieich on I
this occasion has misrepresented mo most
grossly (if your correspondent has refer-
once to mo;. It is true, X havo withdrawn
from tho "American order," from my own
convictions that 1 must do so to vote
ugiiiibt Chaso, as none of the candidates
belonged to tho American order. Mr,
Suhleiuh's statement that ho could "prove
hy witnesses in tho house," was totally
lalso it ho rotor rod to mo (and 1 know of
notio other that ho could have referred to).-
1 am not the man, nnd 1 trust novcr will
be, to betray any cause to which I am at-
uahed. I am now as over, an American,
1 TnniAvrr(,i1m- nn,1 Tslmll -liv.
deposit my voto against any party that
seeks to crush Amorican interests.
MINOR It. POULTON.
Four Labors or tub Statesman. The
Logan Gazette thus notices the toils and
troubles of our neighbor or the Statesman: Medill, nnd givo their support to Mr. Trim
1. To prove that the Free Soilers havo ble, Medill having no chaneo of an election
switl Iowoil tho Kiiow-JNotlnn3
2. To prove llmt tlia Know-Notliinffs
linvo swullowoJ tlio Freosoilurs. .
3. To provo that Froesoilinm mid Know-
Kothinrristn bavo combined to swallow
4. To prove tliftttho combination of pur
ties opposed to the Democracy, is simply
a rosuscitation of pure, old fashioned, un-
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Tbo first proposition it argues to tho
Know-Nothings; the sooond to the Free
soilors; tho third to tho old line Vhigs;aud
the fourth to the Democracy. When wo
consider that those several proposition nro
all to bo established at tho sumo timo, and
in tho snmo newspaper, wo cannot but re
gard tho undertaking as a work of consid
erable magnitude. -
Tho Ravenna Campaigner svys:
Tho Shtvo-Domooracy nro fizzling all
round tho ontnido and up and down the
middle. It is fizzle horc, fizr.lu thore, and
fizzle everywhere At this place a mure
handful met, unci a majority or that hand
ful only to witness their weakness. At
Akrou, Medill spoke to a littlo squad of
postmasters. At Uleveiana ne could not
drum up oven those, and so left without
speaking, for that part of State whore
school houses aro not as tlnoK as on the
Reserve. Poor fellow, the ides of Ooto
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mil ussui una, .
Mn. Cuase at Datton. Tho Dayton
Uazotto says : .
Sa fur nn run ih nhln to Hidrrn. thai
impression mnue Oy Mr, wnaso Ulinng u.i
i v ii i i
Stny in Dayton, Was a Very happy ono.
J . .J I - - rr'. .
we nave lieara ot several intiuenuai geu
tlomon. some of them old lino Whigs, who,
auer listening IO nmoienr, iraim nnu inuiliy
exposition o? political matter, declared,
mai inougn moy nau previously oeen op
nosed to the nomination, thov should in
future givo it thoir hearty support. We
think it speaks well lor Mr. Uliaso's oppo
nents, as well as for himsolf, that thoir
doubts and prejudices should haVO yielded
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so renuiiy to tne Donosij aim jiiauiy sim
piicuy oi Ins charaoter
..X.Rufus.K. Arthur. Esq., editor of
the V icksbunr Wine, uiou on the 31st ult
Iio was an able editor, arid served as a
soldier in the Mexican war. -
For Uie Lancaster American Gaiette.
No (schools To-Day.
Lancaster, Sept. 19, 'fiS.
Editor McElkot: I am informed that
nir publio schools have boon discontinued
to-day for the purpose of giving the pupils,
portunity of patroBisinsr a cirtf, or ttov
iome litid. This is all wrong, and
ougi,t not to be oountenanoed by the tax
of Lancaster.. I do not know who
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faultJ H Perll,,Ps he Scl,o1 Dl
reotory or Superintendent can enlighten
n,9 public on the suuject. l learn . uiat
tta Ja!i exn0)Mes f teaching amount to
.Uiil ftfl rar A&v itnd (liia fitini h.rnnn
BW.l""' J I
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out oi me pocxei pi uie people, wr me i
noble and unchristian purpose of support
ing a miserable, thieving set of traveling
hibitor8 0f fony aaj wickedness. . Our
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Pbll 8choo,s neaJ reform, and that speed
Uy. A TAX-lAYhR.
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recc;ved the firgt number
"Hunter s Medical Specialist and Jour
nal of Diseases of tho Chest," devoted
it3 titlo indicates, exclusively to diseas
M of tia Chest "medicated inhalation"
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olu,n a "P' P' '
me"' - iui;u wo maun
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"The cultivation of a spirit of free inquiry
which is not shackled sby usage or tradi-
tion, ni:d while it has all duo reverence tor
tho labors of the past, finds thoir best use
to be in furnishing materials for greater
progress in tho future
Whatever may be said of Dr. Hunter's
theorios, he is creating quite a sensation
in their promulgation, as witnosseth the
fact that tho editor of tho "Journal of
Health, has published an articlo of nine
neon DaM8 ar,ai.t inhalation, which is
, . . . . ,
almrnlv reviewed in the numhnr bfTorn us:
"Tlio ng.UUion of thought w tho begiumng
. .1 -ma- .-a.1 B I
oi truth." Messrs. onerman at uo., i ud
lishor, Ne. 1, Veasay street, Now York.
?1 ft af j a&faace,
xonng America uou.c."
Our old friend, II. Gordon, has leased
for a torn, 0f ,earg tho late 'Canal Hotel,'
Iwhmcnt from basement to garret, nnd is
now prepared to keep any numbor of his
weary friends who may give him a call.
..jomes i 0ne of tho "American Doys"
and justly deserves a sharo of the "Amer-
A New Campaigner. We have just
rcceivon tho "American Ulippor, n new
campaign paper to bo published and editod
by Geo. W. MoElroy and Tom. S. SIbukIi-
Uer, at Lancaster, Ohio.
it is n spirited
sbect, and advocates tho Republican causu
will mujh spirit. It will have an im-
1..!: D.'.(!.l ...J .!. ..1
menso circulation in Fairfield and tho nd-
joining counties. Slate Journal.
Our littlo " Clipper" has ludood an "im-
iiunse circulation." On last Saturday our
onliro edition of two thousand was almost
grabbed from Iho press; and sorry wo are
to "own up the corn," our workmen did
not fret to church on Sunday, in order that
wo m;xnX ,nvo enough for all. enough
rt)f oncn B,i enough for every one
One-third of the men who sinm! a call
for a Republican meeting in Wyoming
county, JNew York, formerly acted with
tho Uomocratio party
T it i m n l b Mseti.n'13. The Steuben
villo Herald, in noticing tho nppointment
of moetings by tho Trimble State Commit
tee, "to defeiit Chase by drawing enough
votes o.T from him and to Tnmblo, to elect
Medill," very pertinently says
"If the apcakers expect nn audienco nt
either of tho fibovo speciSiod places, it
would bo advisable for thom to brintr the
muUriult nlonfr. with thom. Iho "stall
is no.tto b?,,,i,d itl Easte!;" 9bi to eotul,a
aeter, f jr any such purpose
"Fusion." The State Journal says that
thore is a movement being made on the
part of tho Democracy to withdraw tir,
Let tliom do it.
On tho I61I1 inst., by G, Steinman, Esq.
Mr. Benjamin IIknsiibw nnd Miss Mart
Ueesk. both of Ilockinr; townsbip
Ou the snmo day, by the sime, Mr.
Chaklss P. Reks nnd Miss Lucy Ann
SiiruAKitB,, both of this city.
I f . 1. n I U .mil Kw llnioi
On the Cth inst., by David Lylo, Esq.,
Mr. Joseph Whit and Miss Julia Chin
nowbth. all of Walnut township.
On tho 13th inst., by Kov. J. M. Jame
son, at his residence, Mr. Isaac W. Fry
and Miss CATiuitiNit L. Wildekmouth,
of Pleasant township.
Un the aotli ult.. ny tne same, Mr. jo
seimi McKowR and Miss Rachel Akkh, of
In this city, on Thursday morning, the
13ih inst., Mis Ekfa A. Gbekkb, daugh
ter of Mr. Joseph A. Greene, aged 20 yrs,
and 24 days.
In Walnut township, on the autn au
;ust, Mr. Geokcb Hew, aged C4 years.
LAKCARTKR COUNCIL, So. 4.., Soi l.Sl, 1WJ
I.IUKiK, !o. 07 " ",
.. I'll PI UU N.,. 1 1 S7. '
ENCAMPMENT, No. 9 October S.
February S3, 1833. G. BTKINMAN, Recorder.
UiAtA I I CIVIC IN I
state I'uiron hand at ColumbusShow to
Townrolmcul iileetiutta uemug on
. llulJUll.l l.vil.is lannt a lioutician, wnuo oiuora
ro running wild, he has hia imp sol watching for diruoa
I to oen up ins stoe.g or urooenos. ms niiop iscon-
I ducted ns usual, as rei-iilar as Old Time, flrst otion on
- tiie street, and last closed at niniii. stock always run.
l agent iniarley U raves ready to convey pacKugos to a
'ptemb.r.M. isss-Jw NH
Office af tbe Fairfied County AgrlcuW
' turns Society .
THR Annual Fair of said Society will bo hold at the
Hocioty's grounds uonr Laneastor, onlho IHtb,
tilth and tfOtls daysi ( October, ensuing.
Tho P'10 ot niemborslilp Is reduced to Fifty Cents,
which admits a wliulo fanilly.
Pull Preniluui List will be published In a few days.
Madges can bo urocured at tlisoflJos of Uie Prosldont
or Necretary, and also al any of the stores la Lancas
tar. Hy onler of tho Bxoeutlva Committee.
August 16, IHM. II. KIPPORO, President.
- Main Htmel.oml door Eaal of Clj's Hotel,
Lancaster, .May 3, l?i5 W
Ferdinand P. Biuiipel, UuarJIaoef O. Klejr, jrf.
I-KTITION TO 6KLL LANDS.
BY vlrtuo if nn ordur of nil to ma directed, from
the Court of Oumraou hluM. In and Tor ilia coub-
ty uf Hocklnf and Hula of Ohio, 1 will offur aud gc
1m)3o tu jiubtic nl, m kit dur of Ihtf CuurUiuuao lu
Uia towu of taneaUcr, Kairlkild eo.uotjr., OUlo, .,
On laiardar STtst flay of txMobvri
1KVJ, butwoan Uia koura of 10 o'clnrk A M- d t o't
clock f . M. of auld day, tha rulol"if dtt4:r-jd ral
oauia, to wit: Uoliift a rt of tha aortheaat iurV)
of K-cliou nuinU thiriy-llirae, towushlp .MurLbm
fourtaon, rnnica uonber sfnotoon, bocllililnt at a atona
a. .na mxiawvii Himvr oi a four aero iravi aom o
nonrj ihironnra; taanco foulh si iug. weal 13 ierche
and IS link tn a aluno; thauca aeulu SO perrliaa and
IS lluka to aaUino: thunco oaal 10 nmrehm ami 13 llnki
lo a aluno; thauca north alonir aid Henry Dorvliora'
four aero lot 35 port hei aud 4 liukt to tlio jdaca or ba
X'nnliip, ooiilntnluif two aero, bio re or lou, llirate
in tho county of Palrfleld, Ohio. AppraUail at 102,00.
lurma or aaio, ona tmril In baud, ono third iuoua,
and ono third lu two yoari front Iho day of alo, with
i'kium ttu ui uuirruu iinymaniff.
Bfpt. 90, l85o.-5wSU
KKIil)l.' ASD F,
1 U. Al.
Fruit nnd Ornnraental Trees, &c.
RJ. BLACK would mil Uia attention of hit
. friunda and tho nublio r'jiierullv. to tha flnu
mock of Kkuit and 0iiti, Trim, burnt, Vihih,
oic, which ho olTora for saio ilia coMiiiig FaU, at hia
4.urnurj, tiirov uiiios vatt ut uroiuoil.
Ills Atttrk Constat of AtvU. Ptar. fbutli Mtnmlnrrf and
dwarf,) Qfinc, Peach. PUm, Apricot. JVecarixa aaii
vaarrf j rj; urapt rinf. varrantt. Uoateberritt.
Kttsptermi, ft. i aud Ortamcnlal Tric$4ccidout
ami t.oerjrrecn. .
Nona but tho vrv Arlt frtlltft. At,.l will-irrnwn tpnna.
will be 9iit out from the Nuraory; and ovory variety
-.mt.rr. cvrreu, uaVlUf? DOOll prOJnTaWfO. OV IUO
proprotor himaulf, or undur hia liumodinto diroctlnn.
Iio trouble nor oxpenjo baa boon spared durinR the
last alx yeara In obtninihirtlie bott fruiu Id the coun
try, and a visit to tho Nursery, or an exainioatlon of
imu niaioguo, win anew that he has ouo of tho Illicit
collections of fruit iu Central Ohio.
Orders from nonnins who flml It lni,nt,rnfnnl In vl.H
the Kursvry will bo promptly altoudcd to. If addrust-
ju wills proprioiorai mi stl V1L.I.K, (imo
Descriptive Cataloiriios furnUhod gratis.
TUe following itiMitletnon ar(l rororrod to: II. W.
I ari.hu, OroonHold township: t'Hm.s llKKsnocii,
Esq., lancastur, Obioj U. Koc mi, llaltlraoro, Ohio:
Kov. 8. Id. Uaionr, do. '
Suptomber SO, IMS. . . fiOtf
804, Fifth Streat, Cinciunrtti, Ohio.
MEW FALili ITIILLIXEUY GOODS
Mrs. J. A. HENDERSON,
T ATE Mrs. B. M. RICH, is Just now opening a
J A Splendid fitoek of now Honnota, Kibbons,
t reUUll I'lawvm. ( I. rm. -I' ..... '
etc., suitable for the KALI.TliAK,:to which she would
respecliully Invito the adcalr'oa of nor ciutvmen, llor
stock will be kopt roilol! throughout tho season, (by
daily arrivals from Now York) with all that Is new and
bo'utlful lu hor lino of busiuoij. and at tho lowest
Country if erohants anil Millinors will Aud it to thoir
AdvanUiKo lo look through hor Wholusalo Department
uuioro puronasing eisoiriiore.
Airs. J. A. UKDUKKNOn,
9M, Fifth Stroot, between Elm and Plum Sueota.
Cincinnati, September SO, 18U SO
THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
SPLENDID ENGKAVIlVCiaS Sc PHIZES
Tlio Blorenth Aunu. Volume of this moful Dubli-
aation coinmuuresnn tho 17th day of Be p tout be r next.
TIIK "NCIKNTlFlC AMERICAN" is an IM,U8
TRATKU PKHtOUlCAI.. Oovoted chiefly to tho pro-
oiianlcaiul Chomleal Arts. Induatrlwl Manufucluros,
AirrlcuUtiro, 1'utititU, Invent. on, Kniriiieerintr, AI ill
miuiraiiiiu oi iiiioriuauun rointinir o 1110 vuriuus mo-
work mitl nil Intert'Md whit'ti tho lfhl of fUACTlCAL
isuiKru ii in caicutrttutl to nuvnncu.
Kitnoftaor Unitua Hutot) FATKNTS srrHiitod nroal
so puhlishoit itvury work. litohitUnK OrriciAL Ooeien
oi nn mo LiiAi.UH.toKutiiurwiuiuowtiauu
Inf'-rmatMiii upon Iruiumtii.t of other stihjncts.
Tho CnNTRtHKToitn tn tho Ncikntipic Amkricaw are
among tlio most b.MlNKlN 1 Huiuntille and jraclicul
men oi uio limes, i uu .tutorial uopartmcni is am
vormtliy acKnowieugen to uu couuiicttia wtiri u it kit
Adiuty, uiiu to uouiitinfculiihoil,iina.iM)t only for tho
oxcellonru uiid trutltfulneria of Ittt discussion, but for
tho fotirloinjfl8 with which orror is coiubiUoduudfaltta
theorios nro oxploded.
fuetu rti.-i, AgrleullurlHt, und ikopi.b of kvkky pko-
mocnfinieM. inroniorit. iMiifinocrs. Liiomiaia. nifinu
intsKiofi in Mk, win Tina mo nriKTirir amkricak io ue
of irreutvuluu In tludr resportlvo culllncn. ltd ooun-
Holsand fluirurofltiona will hjivo thom h tn dm ic da ok ioi.
larm AiinutiUy. bosides uffording thom a cotitintiul
source of knowlodffo, tho exporlcnco uf which U bo
vond npcunlarv estlnifdo.
Tho ScinNT.Fic Amkkk jlk IttnubtlMiod ouce a week;
ovory tmmhur oontuin viiehi largo qtutrto pagos.foriu
Injf unimully oeont.kto and splendid volnmo, 11 hi a
I rut id witliBovorul Hundred Original Engravings.
VPiSpeciiiimi eepios sunt GKAT1S.
'1'urm.. Siiitflo Ktibscrtptloiis, S3 a year, or 11
for six months. Kive copied for sia inontlis, 84; for a
For further Ctiib rates and for statement of tho four
teen largo Onsli Prises, ofTored by tho publishers, see
Noutlicrn. Western "and Canada money, or Post
Olllio Stumps, tiikon at par for.abscriptlons.
Lettors suouiu uu uirocteu niosi iuikij 10
MUNN A CO.,
August 19 IS ' f8 Fulton Street, New York.
HBV CAUaXAQH SHOP.
P. C. D1ETZ
rr-wfc T BESPECTFULLY lnforfnstlieclU
"Vv ',V'- an "f r''ru"l'' enmity Ihullioliaa
tAi"(-r rocentiy put up anew Ciirrliirco Khop,
Uartlvart store. Cttittre Alley. Lancaster Ohio, wllert
ho will constantly keen on hum! and mmiuiuctnro
ofdorevery variety of vehicle in his line.
II rnepainng iroiie ou suo'l nonce, nmi tne a
m orablo terms. Dor. 14, 3s
OF.SI3l.VnM; CITV LOT FOK SA1.P.
X W It.t, sell Lol No
3 In Carnonter's Addllion to
J. the City of Lancaster, bolus tlio Lot directly ri
ncastur, beliiK tlio Lot directly oppo-
silo to tlio residence of William Al. Klnkemt, bsi
Tlils Lot Is lurgo and eligibly lorutcil, boing one of
tho corner Lots lu the original Carpenter Plat nnd
situated nn tho Southwest coruor '( Winding and Ter
ry Streots, nonr the ('. W. & Z. H. K. Depot. Terms
uusy aud title wurniuted. Eniiilroof
8AMUKL JACKSON or
G HOlKi 14 W. MAC KLROY,
Martin's Row, two doors South of Post Office.
Lancaster, Muy 17.1H55 S
YTASrolumed lo tlio elly, whore he expects to ro
I' I. main permanently In the practice of Ills profession.
Grateful for past favors, ho hopes by nttontion to busi
ness to inxrvit tlio pntronage of his old friends and tho
public generally. Odieo, Main Htroot, two doors Enst
oftho Olilo bugle. Lancaster, July lu, 1854 3m 11
PUMPS! PUMPS!! rUMl'SH!
DK. ROCKEV, aftevan oxfrnrlence of firarieon
. yours lo the mnmnfnetiwe eFump,antl a tho
rough investigation into llreir dirrabtllty, feels confi
dent bo can now roooinmeud hi
Huperior Fnucy Wood Pump
nsbotngsurpnssod bynone manufaetomxl In this rff
glon of country. Having boon thoroogly tested by
tho oldest cilisona In thlsand ailjolitlegconntlos.tliey
imvo houn iiiinninioiislv nronntinced siinerlnr Irt all
others and far siirnassiug Iho Chain Pump In dura
bility, t wlllprompliyationotOBiioruiirsgiven ver
bally or sent ny man. rersons aesinng an excellent
Rnd durable Pump will pleuse cull, as 1 feels conlt
qOiittliat I can render entire satisfaction. Nnno oro
Tigned, as lie Is tho solo proprietor.
Lllhnpolls. May 31, 18ii iiul D. H.
.enuine oscopi tnosu mniiuiuvburcu vj hduui
BREAD! BREAD!! BREAD!!!
WOULD respeethilly annonnce tn tho enlaens el
lancastor dt vlelnll)', that he has commenced the
Bread, Light Uusk V Cracker linking;
n connection with Ills formor baking, dels now prepared
vltlinvorv thills' In tlio above line. Hiivinrln his om-
ploy the nest ol enKcrs, ne leeis roiiiiuoiis uiat no can
please nil who mny favor him with a cull.
'Ull al Ills nmrw mi i.iiiiii utiuui, iiini uiaii i., in.
Hnke-llouse, corner oi i;oiuiuous oc luuiuurry sirueis.
lAiicasler,JUiy is, i.-ji.
APotitlon will be presented to tlio Ronnl of Com'
mUaloncrs of Pnirlleld counlv at their next session
pruyiiigtliut so much of tlio county road lending from
tlio'lioi-lc Mill to Its intersection with the Lnncastor and
Uiivnlton rond on the Husliy farm, as Ilea between tho
follow Inn points In Dlooin township in siild county, be
vMimtoii. to-wit: rrom ino raouin oi jaooo iioiieii'
baugh's lane to the Zton Church road, and praying that
a new county road bo laid out and established betwoen
the following points, beginning at tho mouth of Jacob
Halleubaugh's Inne: theiiio running Month along the
rieellon linos Diiiween inu laiifis oi sain jacou jhiiicii
h.osli. Kiiinuol Crist. Henry Wacruer. Amos Welsh
and Levi Williamson to suld Lancustor and Royallon
rond, at the corner or tno lannsorsntit woisu-miuwii
lluinsoll 111 sum nioum lowilnip nun uuirc luruiioniu.
July 5, 1855 tw MANV PETITIONERS.
SEDASTOl'OL JVHT TAKK9L
fllHK subscrilioni havo now got Ihoir Kow Flourln
Mill ill lull operation ami
ill tinrchaso all tb
wheal thai thov can d
ot, and pay the highest
arket prloe iq oasn, at an tiiuoa wuon iieuvereu at
thoir Mill. We will also do custom work for the for
mors whenffrists of 10 bushels and upwards, everv
Uiing less we will give flour iu exeliange. Wo wish to
iloa Home iraue una win ueurer aeur ov 1110 nnrroi
to every part ef tho city froe of' drayage if the flour
tloes Del prove goou return inn same ami wn win rL'n
. .1 t . . UKVIIDU - V I: VIII.V
uor aalsli.M"ii. di iah w nniiiinni
Opposite Geo. Ring's Woolou Factory.
. Ohio, august 30, IBiS 17tf .
riHB subscriber has purchased tho abovo
1 and Is mow preusred'ta do eustom wor
as merchant work. The mill has been well renutrod.
and is In good ordor to do work In either way. He la
also prepared to buy wheat tit air limes, ir 'floor the
same for customers, if desired. Ho haseuibtoved an
experienced miller, and will render genoral aallsfac
linn , .
ITPTlia Distillery, with all Its machinery. Is for sal
tncrither .with Boiler, Tubs, ee. The Saw-mlll ad
101111112 It Is also for sale..
Porsons wishing to bay town lots can be acconimo
dated. The bronrlolor can atalltlinee be fonnd a
his mill In Lerkvlllo, o( on his farm, I H' miles soulk
oasi oi iiocaviiic, aua I iiiito west oi '.nrn.ii,
i An(Ut5, 1KU.-Sinl6
Ti Sif OAi FmdrJMi Craarf , .
1UKRUAKTlo Ilia command of a sewn will
from Uia Court lit Common Hlaaa of Palrlald ,'
i , aud lo ma dlrurled) 1 wiirVft-r al public aala al Iho
Court itoiisa In lucastsr; on Mmmdrnw tas avad da mf
Octtr, ltjj, boiwusn Id o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock
p. Hi., tha fuUowiiiif doMrllied Knal KsUitel trj-lti
, lji-lul No. S, W froul, In tha town of Now Salsa'
To o sold as tl pmnorlirdrT: B. 4 C. Padan, at Ik
siiltnr))anlol Kullar, Kxecutor of Thristlan Nalbllnari
duceaaod. . ,,, . WJW. POM KH. Hh.ria-.' '
Hoaraa Pwmaajrv, Aloruaja. . r..r .
Thtt rninltivrtiif nr.l..I..Ar u.. " w
den, will ba roluasud to Iho rurtihasor.'
boiiteuilier0, lpM-aw80pfS3 " , v
, Sherifl's Sale. -
Tht Slats Oki; foirftU Ca, t.'
HSU A RTfri Iho co ai round ofan ordor of aala frank
, tlio Court of Coiuuhm Pleaa of FalrSold coanlvi
ino uuri Housvln lincastiir.on Sirdv iaWAdc
v ri'i,m..T,j..,pM,belwVon Ih. hour. or IU o'cloc k
A. M. and 4 o'clock j. M.. ik r..n i. .i " l.r:5
Hal Ksiato t-wl: Lois Kos. , Id, 1 1, w, ,3, ,a
17 In Joliu C. llaiiinsoa'aai billion i,. ,...L.rl .LK7.
Mii.tylllo. A1.11r11l1.od as Tollows: Lol No. UialSiS; Lot
S- V Nu-11 Mi Kot No. is Jiu to?
No. 13 uf esu; Lol So. 10 at H and Lot Ko. 7 at 5,
to bo (old a. lli property f w. W. mwnrtl u, 7u!
j 11. v.oiiuornjr uio uso or l'avld rm-n.
- . M. POTiVk, RhoriK
D 0. M. L. WISEMAN. Dunutvj
August S3, 1855 3wll!i,IJ , . V. vr
Sheriff's Sal. :
IUKSUAM to tha tfommund of a third order ot
''!"'a Vuuti 0 Common ne lo .Ba for-
o S?.iU,y,a-,Lto "if0'"". ' or at nubile
i y.Sf.ci,obe' A' w ,t'55- beo the hour, of 10
fia l4,- M- "ld 'c,ock r- M-' "' followli, daarrl-''
1110 Cast half of thusouthnaal Qniil.II. .'. 1?
In ToarnshlpNo. 13, f Uanga No, 19, of Iho VnltVd'
Slatos laud, at Chllllcotho. Apprnlsod al 1N arra.
lO DO Bold sia this hrniia..v -. IV II u ... j .
rino l.y.lnralthMsuUufKrMrFoHrer. -
mis 01 suio rusn. vvm. POTTER, RkartftV
. . B- P- r- w- VV1SKMAK, Uenali.
august 3,lra5. Swl7 prfoe$3,0O
Tht S fit, J Oki; FairfilU CmllH,
PUKKUANTtotho romuinnd of a 3rd order of sal
from the Court of ni.,n Pi... u .
and to 1110 dlrecud, 1 will offer al public aale at thai
Court Homo tu Lancaster, on Saturday Hi m Way of
Ociobor, 1H55, botweon the hours of 10 o'clock A. M.
and 4 o'clock P.M. tho following described Heal K.--
i no.u.in uie contral addition to tho
town of Bnltinioro. Appraisod at 150.
To bo sold as the i.ropurly of George H. Ronsor and
Ruaiua his wife, at Iho suit ofKdwurd Calkins.
loruuofsaloc'ash. WM. POTTEK, SherlrT.
tr i By C.M.L. WISEMAN, Deputy. '
Ilnntor and Daughvrty, attorneys.
Lancaster, august 30, 1C555 l.rif3
THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS or Fii.ru.a Ooow
ty, Ohio, ara hereby notlSod to meet nn the
Second Tuesday of October Nest,
BKINO THR Mh DAY OP 8AID MONTH, at thef
usual placas of holding oleetlons In the several town'
ships in sa d county, and proeoed to ballot acoordlun!
to law, for
One Govomor for the State of Ohio)
Ono Lieut. Governor, ' -
'Ono Rocretary of h'tale; ' '
One Auditor of fitate;-
Ouo Treasurer of Sl;ito,
Ono Attorney General; . . ' ' "
One .Snproiuo Jndtro for full term: -
One Kupreme Judjjre to fill vucancy;
Ono Member or theUonrd of Public Works;
One Senator, for the Senatorial District composed
o tlio counlies or KairHeld, Hocking and Athens;
Two Kupreseutatives for tha county ofFiilrleld; .
Ono Trousurer fortku county of FairUeld;
. Ono Coiiiinissiouer;
Ono Innmiiiry Director For tha Connty of Fnlrflcld.- '
The Trustees of tlioaovi'ral townships are also here
by notllleil, to soloct Judicious persons, having tlitr"
iiu.'ilillcatioiis of electors, to serve as Grand and Pe
tit Jurors for tho ensuing year, as follows:
Greenfield 4; Pleasant 3; Richland 4; Hocking 5.
Total 10. as furnished by Urn Common IMoas Clerk.
Tlio Trustees ol thu several townships of Fairfleltt
comity are ulso hereby notilTed to select Judicious per
sons, having the qmililtcntlons as doctors to servo mt
Jurors in tho Probata Court of said county, for tuo
ensuing your, as follows:
Hocklngtowiublp...T..33 Rnshcro'os; '
Walnut ,.,) violet
Madison 7 Cloarcreek
. .. .HI
i-iouni ...,.....vu ptcasnuk . '
Amnndft 111 Ram
Grouiiliold " Ill Kichland
U'eom 10 Total......
Asfuriiisliod by tho Probate Judge; and return a lis V
. tuusnmu iu oacn case, wim mo respoclivo poll--booksofssldelecllon,
Lriven undor my hand lliia llltli day of MeptomborV
A. I). 1H.M. WILLIAM POTTEK,
hcpteinbor 13 4wlS ShoriiroIFairOield couulr'
1Jotlial Is hereby giv
1 It the accounts and 1
Hoffman, Henry HHo
von to n(l persons Intorostod.thal
vouchors -o 11.J sfcaiw.r r,rAh -.
Ilitn anil (Vvv.trv A. Villi... l.n i.m
Iriiurdlaiiarciiinls or Jacob Kna'ffer and Nicholas All-1
glre, have been ftU-d in the Probnte Court of FalrdoM
County, Ohio, forlnspactlon r.d seltlemeirt, ami thaty
tho snnia will bo for hearing cm thoetbday of October
I.-'jS, or as stfon tliereurter as innv bo.
VIKOll.K. KHA'W, Probata Judge.
Lancastor, Sejrtembor 13, ltf-nl.
Iti .? ' .E. " 'trpVr S'rn t V persons thfeYffjfed,
L Mint John Niiiienmnkar.Gnardlan of John Nnnrn-
nxrr nns nrc.1 his account nnd vouchers In tbo Pro
Ite Oourtof FiiirHolil l!mii,tv. m.ln r... 1........1
and s'ttleiunit, and that tfio sunia' ltl coihe 6 for
nearing on tho S4t!i dy of September next, or as soon
llieroafter 11 s may bo roiiveniciit.
VIRGIL K. SHAW, Probate Judges
EstBte of Jacob ShrrOtr.
NOTICE Is horoby given, that tho subscribers have
been appointed and nunlifled asEieculnrdiBsern'
a vo ,ou rvuiiu ui jarou ciiicnor, inie or ralrneloT
lllity, deceased. El EA NOR SHACFFF.R. Kv'irls
aug.31)3,vi7 THEODORE HHjEFFER,E'to '
NOTICF. Is horoby givon lo all persons Interested
that James J. Church, Administrator of lb Ks
tute of Tunis A. Kagv, deceased, bas Sled his arroui.t
and vouchers in the Probate Court of Fairfield connty ,.
........ ilin,v,-,,u nit.i svineincni, ana mat ma same
will como on for hearing 011 (lie 17lh day of September'
next, or as soon thereafter as may be convenient.
vinirib k. bhaw, probate Judco.
Laneasler, august 3, lr55 3wlS
7VTOTICE ishoreby givon that the account 4k vnoch
1 V ors of Michael Wagoner, Administrator of Jdag
dnlena Wagoner, and II. B. Apt, Administrator of
"inn mniev, nave uoon Riea m ine rrobata Court op
'nirfleld County. Ohio, for Insnecllon and inl.n,i.,,i .
and that tho snmo will corns on for bearing on til
i, w,jr ui oiMiiuiuuur nesi, or as soon inereaner aai
y be ronvenient. V. E. HH A W, Probate Jadg.
Luucustor, uugusl 83, 1H55 SwiB
fajOTICR Is horoby given that Alexander Miller,
1, Onardlan In Lunacy of Susannah Knapperr has
nlcrr his ncrmnf ami vouchors In the Probate CourV
of KnirHe1' Connty, Ohio, for inspection and settle-
mcni. aim mat saio account win oe ror hearing on the
11th day of SeplomboMioxt, or aa soon thereafter a
may be convenient.
huil is. fcilAW, Probata Judge..
LnasajtcT.AugiMl 19, 1M3 3wl5
Probate Notice. . .
TsVrOTICE Is Hi-Toby given that James Pickering.
IH Ounrdian oTJui-ob Morton and Martin Mnrton.haa .
Hied his ocrounU-anil voushors in tho Probate Court
ofPalrtlotd eoirrHvOrr1o,-.aiid that tho samo are for
Inlpoction nnd'wiffeeiirnleirrm the 11th of Beware.
Dor A. v. lesj, ores soon tnereancr u rrmy.'bo.'
i mum A. srMW,rttHISVW9;
uguaH0,lS5i3wl5f ..i , . . ,. .. , ..
Court of Common Picas, Fmrfittd eoaatfr
Mary A. Oylor, )
vs. S Potlllon for Dlv'ottW-
Jacob E. Oylor. I
rrHK Defendant In this case will lake notice that the'
I Plaiiitilfhas filed a petition In the Court of Com
mon Plens, praying for a divorco on account of the'
wilful absence of snld Oefendaiit for more than three
years. Haid petition will come on to be heard at Iho
October Term of said Court.
MARY A. OYLF.it.
By ALFRED WILLIAMS, her Attorney.'
Augnst 0, 135 Owl lpf$3
OTICF. Is horoby given to all persona Interested1
that the accounts and vouchors of tbe Estates np
ichnrd Prnsuro. Robert Yonngand William Davis..
havo boen Sled in the Probate Court of Fairlleld coun
ty, Ohio, for insportinn and settlement, and thai the
same will bo for hearing on Iho 87th day of Angus! A.
XI. isu, or ua soon inereiiuor as may oe convenient.
villi!! n. eriAw, rrooate juage.
Lancaster, Augusts, JrtSS 3wlJ
0T1CK la hereby given, that a petition wilt be
will bepresouted to the Commissioners of Fair-
eld county. !at their regular session In September
neat, pravlng for an alteration ofan much of lbs road'
leading from Hitlltinnreto Mlllersportee Ilea lietweeaj
the south line of the southeast ousrlerof section No..
5, and the Ohio Cunal; said alteration to commence
whore the rood strikes the south line of the southeast'
quarter of aoulton Ko. 5, miming cast on the section
lino botweon tho lnnds owned by Cooperrlder and
Groves to Iho Ohio ;anai,inonce norm on tne gravel
bank of the Ohio Canal to Intersect tho road on said'
bank. MANV PETITIONER.
Walnut township. August i, IBM. - 5113
Entatc of James A. BaVer.
TOT1CKIs hereby given thai the anbserlber kae
l boen appointed and qnallfled aa Administrator
on the EsUte of James A. Dakar, deceased, late ef
Fairlleld county, Ohio. Dated at Lancaster, Ihia let
day of August, 1B5.1. SILVESTER ST1T1T, Adm,
NAPOLEON IN SABASTOPOl.. v
TAKE nolle, onr customers hare I their aaade
three hunderd dollorsof our money thai we must
have by the tlth of Heptember, certain. .
Kow don't oH come at once. '