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The boats of (be IUiler and Powhattan
ki a desperata encounter with piratea
near KuUii oo Saturday, and had eight
muwi ui marines killed, si fifteen or
sixteea woaaded, some of them, it ia fear
d, mortal!-. Capt. FeIloes, Lieutenant
Graada. asl other offiors, were Mown tp
.ajank. but fortunately wrnY few HifJs
bar. Ten pirate junks were takes and
destroyed, the greater portion of their
crew baring b-en killed, and seven priiea
liberate.!, five of which belonged to the
Etglui's convoy. Six'esa of the smaller
epirw jnokt escaped. --
List week we mentioned thai a lorvha
and three ranks, fit should hare been two
lrttchas and five junks.) under convoy f
the s'eraer.Egltt. had been cut, off by
pirates, .who displayed snub a formidable
bravery and determined front that Captain
Caldwell was unable to rescue them, ana
; Vid to apply to dpt. Fellowet of her Ma
. jesty's ship Rattler, for assistance This
- was readily granted, and the Rattler, with
: Capt. Call well on bsard, started for Kulan,
near which thoy sighted the pirate, and
. f jlloweJ them as far into the bay as the
. depth of water wonld permit.' - '
- The pirates, qnite aware of their advan
tages in light draught; and conscious of
-. their ability to resiet successfully any at'
tempt that mizht be made on them by the
boats of the steamer, fired a few harmless
broadsides in defiance, and stood in toward
KaSaa. Captain Fellowes thereupon re
turned te Hong Kong, and invited the co
operation of the U Slates steamer Pow
hatcan, new in this harbor ' under repair,
when -it was determined that the Rattler,
with three bonis and a hundred officers and
man, of Hie American steam frlgnte, sho'd
farm tlio expedition, Capt. Caldwell vol
unteering the use of his steamer to tow the
: boats up the bay. Accordingly the Rat
tler, with the Eagiul in tow. and the Pow
liattan's boats Astern Of her, again left the
harber on Friday about three o'clock, the
first Lieutenant Pegram, of thePowbattan,
with Lieut. Jones and his marines, taking
p.isssage in the Rtttler, and the blue jsck
. ts in ihe Eaglet. The steamer arrived
close to Kulan before midnight, the Eaglet
anchoring a couple of cable lengths in
bore of tho msn-of war. At five next
morning the launches were set alongside
tho Rattler for the marines, and then, with
. the Powbattao's culter, and three boalsof
' the Roller besides the captain's gig, made
fast astern of the Eaglet, which, every
thing being ready, steamed slowly up the
hay. At Kulan only one Junk was to be
: saen, and it was feared the birds had flown.
but Cuptain Caldwell descried a lor oh a at
anchor at the head of the bay, and steered
in that direction.
The lorcha got under way apparently
with the intention of escaping, when Capt.
Fellowes dispatched the iiatt)er's pinnace
and the Powhattnn's cutter to intercept
her, and these had unfortunately got be
you'l recall before the pirate fleet, with
their prizes, numbering in all some thirty
six sail, were observed at anchor in the
narrow and shallow passage from which
the lorcha had started. As the sfesmer
approached, the junks hoisted their sails,
hut without gelling undor weigh, until
' Cingreve rockets discharged from the Ea
glut's quarter-deck by Mr. Pine, the gun
nur.nnu two marine artillerymen from the
Rattler, and two or three well-directed
shots from a 32-pouniler, fired by Mr. Ran
dall, her chief officer, started them from
their fancied security ; for up 10 that time
the pirates had either not observed the
bof is, or thought they would not have the
temerity to attack them. In this, howev-
er, they soon discovered their mistake, for
tho bouts, which had at first made for a
'.tnrrow neck of land, bore up for and round
the point, and then from the deck of the
steamer was witnessed as bold an attack
as was ever made in these waters.
The pirate fleet formed a dense mass,
the larger and heavier armed junks bring
ing up the rear, every now and then yaw
ing round and firing their broadsides at
the boats, from which, in reply, tiny puffs
of smoke arose as the bowitiens in their
bows discharged thoir more deadly con
tents, the sharpoell bursting over the junks
and making frightful havoc among their
crews. The bouts soon neared the pirates,
Lieuteuants Pegrsm end Rolando, wiih the
launches of the PowhntUn, first, wiih vol
leys of musketry clearing the decks of the
two largest, then boarding and driving tho
pirates overboard at the point of the bnyo
iirit. This, however, was not done without
a uaru struggle, lor tue roisorcnnts louglit
wiih tho fury of despair; but they had of
course no chance with the marinea and
jblue jackets. Meanwhile the other boats
were far from idle, and though small in
comparison with the launches, performed
their share of the work with the utmost
gallantry, ofBoers and men vising with
ecu other or the post or dancer and bun
or, ao thai fijre or six iuoks were soon se
cured. Mr. Jones, the boatswain of the
, Rattler, particularly distinguished himself,
Jiaving, with lire seamen and a few ma
ritiee in a whslnbont dignified with the
tills o( second cutter, boarded and carried
a junk that seemed fully a match for either
or me launcne. '
- Lieut. Pegram, in the first launch, was
hastening to their assistance, but seeing
tne name nearly won, would not interfere
with their well-earnod laurels, and turned
his attention elsewhere. The pirate
chief's junk, afier being shelled by the first
launch, was boarded almost simultaneous
ly by her erew and that of the Rattler'a
gig. and Captain Fellowes was fortunate
enough to secure the chiefs flag. The
chief himself Lee Afye, a prinoipsl lead
er of the Whampoa "patriot s" wss shot
by an English marine, who had jumped
i deck from the Powhattan.e launch, and
four women threw therasnlves overboard,
and were drowned. The smmunliinn n
hoard the pirate JUt may be judged of
from Ui fact that this junk alona iiLlUv.
ed to havo nearly one hundred kezs of
. ju(ibu gunuowuer,uemes simupots.cart
ridges, and loose powder. Up to this
time, only one serious easunlily had hap
penod to the attacking force, a youni I.
meiican marine,, named Adnmson, having
$cen shot with a musket ball in the groin;
&ut two oilier fatal accidents followed in
"'' qui'V succession. . The Rattler's first cut
ter, in charge of. Paymaster Brownsdon,
ran oiong sole or a latge junk.
. . ,vf ral r.iQkpols thrown at them missed.
but at list ontf, bovs) from the raised-poop
slung to her back, fell into the boat, and
being followed by others, thw rw were
compelled to jump over-board, when two
wert speared and a third was wounded
and drowned. One of iheso, a marine who
bad been wounded by a spear thrust, call
ed to his comrade to aave htm.aud the oth
er being anekcelleut swimmer, got hold
of him for that purpose. The Chinese
then threw a mat over them.and the marina
still holding on, by Lis wounded friend.
dived below and came clear of the mat;
but as soon aa he was observed, severs!
stinkpots Were pitched at him, one of which
struck him on the head,' and though not
much burCha waa stunned for a second or
two. sod lost sic-lit of the man be had dis
played suolis. determination to save; the
brave fellow's name is Wm. Robinson.
The blowing up a junk, which, for a
time, had offered the most determined re
sistance to the gig. in whiob were Captain
rellowes and Asuistant burgeon Wilson;
with five men; but "whlchwas" ultimately
taken possession of by Lieutenant Rolando
and his launoh. Either a train had been
laid before the rw left, or some determin
ed scoundrel fired tba junk, for she blew
up with a tremendous explosion, and both
officers ai d men were hurled into the wa
ter. Three of the men were killed, and
several others frightfullv scorched, one of
wnom aioa me sums mgiu. wnue oomcr
is not expected to live; but the officers ml
raoulouslT eseapad, though Lieut. Kolan
do was burned and Capt. Fellowes injured
by tha falling spars. The surviTors were,
however.all ptcked up by air. uratg, mas
rer s mate of tha Powhatan, who had luck
ilr crone into tha boat tha moment before
tha explosion took place. In this junk
waa an immense quantity or treasure, said
ts amount to two hundred thousand dol
lars, and the desolation with which her
crew fought mv be judged from tne tact
mat even arier ine Americans gumou mo
deck they were enoountered hand to band
One man made himself particularly con
spiulous, and notwithstanding ' several
wounds, continued to throw stinkpots; but
ultimately he ran below, and ia believed to
have fired the train which blew up tho
The officers employed estimate the num
ber of guns taken at tOO large and small.
and th pirates at 1,000: 500 of whom
were kllloJ. The casunlities are as fol
lows: Her Majesty's steamer Rattler, four
killed and Seven wounded.
list or AHiBioasa eiixid akd wocxdid
United Statu Sltamtr Pouhatan'$ Boatt,
Killed Joseph A. Halaeyr Isaae Obe
and John Pepper.
Woundefl Laeulenanu regram ana no-
Undo, B. Adnmson, i rrendergMSt, o.
Mullerd. H. Hoanncll, P. Wsldnrschmidt,
J. Lewis, W, Taylor, and C. Tingwoll
two of whom have since died.
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Wo hr wceWed oar FAIit. PITRCIt ASE. nd when wo it that a more maculSrent, Urge and
Setter oelectrd eMnrtaienl baa aerat beau axhlblted In thta market, we merely echo the opinio unltroroalrj
xprvuea oj toentinmsrouiuaiiiT tioii oar bow hi uni kuuh ana abiiiuubu. -
The amount and rarlolj ofNKW STOCK ttoluc dualcaed to keep pace with oar Unrelr inereaaed patron-
age,leoonrUf immenoe. ... k . ..mm.o-. - ---";t?tr7i'
vnr 07000m 01 aoins e-ioineoo wnica nao n who oucnaotiu maroooi oiiproTai, ouaiiooo(iv.ij
Purrhaseamade wlUi all the adTanlaceo eapllal and experleaee lTe. : ;- . f i-; v :'. ( .t '
The BEST Good at the LOWEST eaoh pricoa. '.'
Ha deTtalloa lenrioe. the aame altenttooaod briee te alt. ' Al we sell lev CASH and PROD0CB, wklcfc la
equal to eaoh. and aafe SHORT CREDITS only, wo can afford tooell to aU aa to Caah Cuaiomera. ;
'laeearMiiaiceaenqueoiioiiaDiy poeoeeona oy ua orer an oiaera, in me purenaae ana eaiv ui ,
EGGRanii and other kl4 of llht PKOUUCK, are too weU knows te need nroof, ' ' ' ' '
CLOTHING, Thli U uader the oaDOrlawudaace of Mr. JACOB VOXTSKX, apd la reeeiTing
increaoodalloutloe. iJ 6 ' ' . . : BoahrlUe, Ohio, October 11, pJ 3waj
For the Lancaster Americas Gaiette.
How sweet and almost indescribable are
the emotions which its mention calls up in
the bosom of on who hits ever enjoyed its
pure and holy pleasures. Who can forget
those with whom the sunny hour of child
hood were spent, the days which glided in
; JT2TA useful and valuable work, just is
sued from the press, known as Goodrich's
Comprehensive Geogrsphy and History,
ancient and modern, of tha whole world,
has been laid upon our table, . In review
ing tha above work we do not hesitate to
say that it is certainly ona of the cheapest
ani most valuable that has -ever'' been if-
LANCASTER LODGE, fto. 7....-.,..Ocu 3, WiS
i ' t ENCAM PMK!tT. So. S... J... - 30.
Pebnen M, 18U. . , G. S TfclXM A 2f , Recorder t
innocent sporta and in bright dreams ol Thg object of ft6
the future? Who can forzeta father'skmd- .i .u.
' Work tor ifce LegUlatare. '
The papers of Ohio are beginning to dis
eusa tha measures of reform that will pro
bably eoma before the Legislature of Oh
for it action at the approaching session
W clip the following from the Greenville
(Darke county) Journal. After referring
to the national questions passed upon by the
people, the Journal adds .
But there are other questions which
hava been decided bv tho neonle of Ohio.
of which the Republican majority in the
next Legislature must not be unmindful.
The issue of Stat Reform was a towerful
element In tho late canvass. The people
are tax-ridden, and they are tirtd of it.
Relief was promised in this tespect, and
it must not be withheld. Official sine
cures must be abolished, the fashion of
awarding fat contracts to political favorites
t!-1!.-- II !1. ..4 Cli:.
which nne wvit nign put uur x uunu
Works "upon the township" should be
abandoned at once, and a rigid economy
characterize the adminiatration of tho B'rd
of Pub ia Works. The system of raising
the Public Revenues should be changed,
so that men shall pay taxes upon what they
own, and not upon what they oirtv Our
Banks have been taxed out of existence,
and the circulating medium of the Slato is
composed almost exclusively ol ilia paper
of foreign Banks. This error should be
corrected as speedily as possible, and our
currency furnished by Banks under our
These arc some of the measures of re
form, which the people asked for, . and
which they look to tho luipubllcan major
ity in the Legislature to accomplish, and
tuai apeeuuy. ouau inry ua uiaHjipoiiit-
ed T "Gentlemen of the Sonate and House
of Representatives," it is for you to answer.
There are several otner measures which
the people of Ohio have not asked for; and
we trust ourLegislntors will not waste their
time upon them, and neglect the reforms
which we have referreu to aoovo. iney
have not asked for the passage of the Maine
.i -t.i r. iri.. i
L,W or BIIYlllinir "am w it. xney unto
not demanded the enactment of the "per
sonal liberty" law of Masaohuset(s, in
Ohio and after the Reformt hinted at a-
bove have beon accomplished, If nothing
bettor should suggest itself upon which to
expend the tuna of the legislature, an ad
iuurnment would be decidedly more popu
far than any thing els at all likely to be
done. Let us have a sesnlon oi our Jbeg
Ulature. notorious not for talk, hut for
work. Do what has been promised, and
whatever else you can think of that is
good, and then S'ljourn. Don I imagine
tlmt you were elm ted to legislate for the
United Stales, and apenu your time anu
your breath in telling Congress what to
do and what not to do. Look after the in
terests of the people of Ohio it is they
who elected you, and they who pay you
for Tour services. The twenty-one Re
publicans who represent us at Washing
ton hsv tha ability and the back bone to
attend to our National affair. Do you
look after OA to interests at Columbus, and
there is a glorious future for tha Republi
Hint Death held a court ante wkleh did resort, , ' i
All dloeaaea that revofc below,
tn order that he acquainted mlM be
Why baotnew of fete bd beoe "olow."
There waa Oout with hlacnitch ami liloterrlbls touch,
i.o h...iub. and Jaandloe the yellow.
With uvoiiepita who'd laid many folko'neath the spade
Ortl.eJlon,tlefra dltyW follow. '
Bnt 'twere vain to dlocrfhs one of the tribe
That before Old Death made Ihelr appearanee,
Said ho, "how la tble? there U enmelhluainle.
You're not made of late, tnueh of a ieeraaee
Juot tell me, t pray, the euueo ofdelay, v
V..n ill.,... ... AlllnvuUlte IftZt. .
Dooueak up my frlond Oout and tell me what you-re
wraiacs euoinees wuiurive me hiii),
aid Oont,"ihefact'flila d aet take It amies,
ror myoou ana my inenue ao one cares,
For ear botlueoabolow baa reeeleed a and Slow,
From a auroed Pill Cr(. eat led jSyer't
Tliol Pill when folkt try, inakei each one of as Br,
Ttjejl'aaveo poople'obreath,ao yon ooeiny friend Doalk
t mm, . ui way inaioi late yoo hate mloeea 'em,
JtSTTh Bandnsky Jlfirrpr a Democratic
paper, nas Dcrr, giscanuoned line tha da
J (tof the party in this Statr. '
the future? Who can forget father'skmd
ness.or cease to remember the tender love
of a mother whose hand cooled his burn
ing brow in sickness, and whose gentle
voio impressed upon his young mind th
duties of life? Who, when forsaken by
false friends has ' not longed for ' the un
changing affection of brothers and sisters?
The sweetest of all songs says 'there I
no place like home." - Thee word are
very truthful when a home is what it should
be, when a family is knit together by" the
tenderest ties of love and affection, when
every member is all kindnes and gentle
ness, when their feelings 1 are refined and
their minds intelligent, and when most Im
portant ff all, they hav faith in that Di
vine religion which animates to the dis
charge of every duty in this life.and opens
in the future a pros poet of immortal hnppi
ness. In such a family the joys of one are
the joys of all, and tha heaviest sorrows are
mad light by mutual sympathy.
"Tears are not ohed wbea lokle fortune frowns,
for sympathy makes disappointment aweet,
Aud willtnf hoerle with enerfotle minds,
Wll ralao again bright hepet of brlgbtordays."
The happiest home, however, must be
broken up sootier or later by death, or by
those duties of life which renders it neces
sary for ohildren to leave their paternal
roots. Those who thus go forth, general
ly sooneroct a now alter around which they
soon assemble a family of their own. Al
though the ones composing this new circle
are as dear to him who stands at tho head
of it is ever the members of the old one
were; th new claims upon his ntieotic-rrs
will never cause him to romember less
fondly the home of his youth. '
A characteristic of Christianity which
as much as any other distinguishes it from
every other system of religion is the sacred
ness which it gives to the family. The
Bible by teaohingthe holy and solemn na
ture of the marriage relation hns made the
homes of christians unlike all others. It
is doubtful whether amid all tho civilisation
of ancient times, amid all the refinement
of Greece and Rome, one real home could
have found one circle enjoying the pure
and exalted pleasures winch Christianity
has now diffused through millions of fami
lies. ' : ' ' ; '
In a republio the character of the homes
of tba citizen determines tho character
and destiny of the country. It is there
that those who are in future to govern the
State receive the education ' which makes
them either good or bad citizens. For this
reason we earnestly beseech you renders!
to carefully consider whether your homes
are what they should be. Do you ' return
to them with joy when th labors of the
day are ended? Are voti there inspired
Uh firm determinations to discharge mith
fully all the great duties you owe to the
world? It you have ohildren, ' are the in
ftuences bv which they are surrounded at
home, such as will properly prepare them
to enter npon the discharge of the duties
resting upon them as American citizens?
These are certainly questions of groat
practical importance If there are any of
our readers who cannot answer them in the
affirmative, they ought immediately to take
steps towards a reform, whiuh would be
equally promotive of the prosperity of the
republio, and of their own happiness. ' If
our glorious republican institution are to be
perpetuated, the iiomks of the nation must
be made the abodes of intelligence and re
ligion. ' ' TnciTA.
Extraordinary dpeclal Rnsslaa Embassa-
n a 0(, SWrieU OreafVt
to - FalrleldCom.Pteaa,ParUlle
Michael Quirk etalo.
PURSUANT to the command ofaa order ff sale
Irom the Court of Common PUmt f mid County,
aud to me directed. 1 will offer at public aele at the
ioun nuun in am ir oi Moreaier, on eerereair ae
UI ime Dtc-mmtr 4, D. 1HW, belweaa the Maura ef
IS o'clock A. M. and do'clock P. it., the followlnc
deoerlbed Real KoUte, to-wlli
rartorr.eeuoano.7, lownonip no,is,orBance no.
IS.betnc aloe a part ore tract of 7 M-luOAerea of lad
eonreyed by the "Lancaaler Lateral Canal Company"
to JatueoC. Reynoldo by deed on record tn aatd ceun
ly, recorded tn Book No. IS and pagca SSC and SSI,
and lying a the Korlbeaat or towlug path aide of the
Ohio Caual, Mid along oide of Lot number aloe South
of the Licking Summit: beginning on the oulalde of -the
lowing path ale corner which ia SO feet below the
upper eao-of she atoae work of aaid lock) thence rua
ulna; dowdlh Canal parallel with said lock SO feet to
acoraer which la three feel below the lower end of
ld loea thanee North 44 deeraea Rut lo the line o
d between said Reynoldo and O. P. Tong to a cor
Ker, theaee 8outt. 44 degreea Kaat SO feet to a comer
on oaia line oi aivioion; weuce douiu c aewreee aees
to the place of beginning, containing One Quarter of
an Acre, more or looo, and being the aal lot convey
ed toThomaa Quirk by Jameo C. Rcjrnolda and wife.
by aceu bearing uaie marca iv, iceo.
Aniiratacd at SlfcJ. .. . . a
Terma Oa-tbird ta hand, ne-tlilr la an and tba
remaining Ultra la two year with Internal from tha
dayofsale.- WILLIAM POTTER, Rherlf.
per u. m. ii. rt iisaa.n, uoputy.
Ranter Daugbvrty. Attorneyo. .
Xaacaauc, Ohio, Octobac ii, lSMwSSpiaS
( ' j 9erJflWii.lc rt
IS SVaf a Omit, JTafrjUfa' Cca
eole, at. als.
Palrflcld Comavea Pleaa. ,
a geographical and historical view, of the
world in . a condensed form, suited at a
book of reference for tha use of families,
merchants, farmers, mechanics,' and ' the
great mass of general readers. It is a book
that should be in the hands of everybody,
neatly bound and beautifully, illustrated at
the low price of t3. Tho citizen of th
county will have an opportunity to procure
a copy from the agent who is now canvass
ing the same. . . H,ii-f
' Prom th Baltimore Amortcin, (It. ft.) Oct. IS. '
Oloodr Election Riot In Baltimore.
We regret to record the fact that Our
city was yestcrdsy the scene of a disgrace
ml riot, growing out of a politics! excite
mcnt, at the election in the 19th ward, for
a Member of the First Branch of the City
Uouncii. . ilia- rosultof the election, (as
the result was looked upon bv many as
criterion of the November contest) attract
ed a large number of persons , to the polls
early in the day. Everything was quiet
tor about an hour after the polls were open
ed, when a number of person, led on by
Country Thompson, roixla (heir appearance
and attempted to take possession of the
poll. .-'.'t, , . , .i i.
tins demonstration aroused a spirit of
resistance on the part of the Americans,
and the attacking party was repulsed, t
ti r - LV. l.i-.. i . . t
inuuiuiuii, oony ciuviuston, auu otners oi
them having been severely bruised. After
this disturbance matters were very quiet
until about two o'clock, when a number
of persons, of whom Thompson and Geo,
nouig were iub lonuers, commenceu an at
tack itt the coriwr ot tf rumont and Saratov
sts., two sqtiiires distant from the poll
which resuhed in tho shooting of severa!
persons. , ,, ; ...,....'.' '
. lite origin of this disturbance w could
not learn, but as soon as it was discovered,
tho High Constable who was present at the
polls with about thirty of his subordinates,
sent a number of tho officer , to quell tha
riot. Ua th; arrival of the police force
the attacking party boat a retreat in ordot
to avoid the officers; they ran down Sara-"
toga street nnd wore pursued..: Several
time they turned upon the officers and fir-
od pistols at them, which called forth a re-i
turn of shots from tho police
When near Uroen st Konig ran in t
house and was taken into custody by the
officers who, were conveying . Lira t tho
station bouse, when it was discovered that
he had been shot, a bsll having entered hia
biv.k, above th hip joint, which penetrated
through his body, lie waa la Is a to lb
Western station house , and subsequently
removed) to hia .residence in tha second,
ward. He i considered to badaneerously
wounded. : At th time of his arrest a large
bowie knife wss removed from hi persoo.
During tha not a man named Jno, Clark
was shot in the leg below the knee, th
ball . was extracted and he is considered
out of danger; John Gowan was shot, in
the left side, tie is not considered to oe
dangerously injured.' Alexander Ruther
ford was slightly injured by a ball strik
ing him on the boot. A colored woman
. a a ' t.
wss seriously wounded, having been snot
in the face during the firing on the street.
Several other persons" wor slightly injar-
The new of this disturbance attracted
persons from th various part of the city,
and in a short time a crowd or several thou
sand assembled and remained on the pot
until tlx closing of the polls. '' There was
no further riotous proceeding.' ' Many' ex
travagant itories were circulated in refer
ence to the disturbance, and it is almost
impossible to give all the facts a they oc
curred. " !; ' i J 1 - ''
We were on tha spot before and after the
riot, and it elves u pleasur to say that
the people of tho ward generally Conducted
themselve in an orderlr tnahnel1. ""The
scenes of disordsrlr conduct Were general
Iv confined to that elaa who cam 'from
different wards, delegated, ft may be, lo
fight for th rival parti," , !- V"VJ
John Noland and John Weish war ar
rested for rioting and held to bail for a fur
ther examination. John Rhoad was fined
9t0 and costs for attempting1 td rote with
the paper oft. Gamon;- he waa eht 6
jail in default of payment. Gnmon wss'
lit ld to bail by Court for loaning hi papers
Dsairakle Cltf PftHrlr for tale
JK rTIHATdenrabl nmnerty located on Wheel
ti"il luc Street, comer af Broad A tloi. bclnc 10L
XlalLfeet oa Wheeling by 100 feat on Broad Alley
Keoiaeneeeoeiaina a room, aitenuil, usuiuonaea, Ozc,
with all the eonrenlencei of a family reetileucealao
a aw and coarenlent Carpenter's Rhop. Smoke Hnnoa,
Stable, 4zc 'I erwajeaaonsMe. Por further pnrtteio-
lars enquire or LITTLE DKtMa.vc H.
tanoaoior, Juiya, lrw
NOTICE.. , , , ,,; ..
mHl onbeerlber reinectflillT Inform hlofrienda and
JL public In general, that he hoe much enlarged hi
STOCK 'UP OHOCERIES, !' -i'
as to the variety, He hae Just apaaed and haofor sale
n(M 'ar 1 rni" " ' " 1 ofthe beat quality.
m .a a i , n i tar v imearair.ana
eomau oioea oa arra uooaa to aait euetoiner
all or which will bo tout low for cash or approved court
try nrodaeaat hta Old stand, comer of Bmadnt
wiuainpritreei, nua ui-irij oppqane ine i roxtway
N. B. Butter; Haenrn, Lard ana Von meal wanted, i
Lancaaler, Keptemoertil, iei4r-M-
J OHN SHILUTO &0O..
Ho, It, East Fourth Street, Ciacliinatl, O.
'vw j.- o".v'.v r, ?
ReanectfullT Inform their Cuotom'er knd Pnrcrfsiiera
generally, that they are now opening a a. extenaiT
aaaoompwi aaoortmentoi' -
FLOOR OIL CLOTH &c
Stoamboat Owners, and
"fjyKSUANTIo the command of aSd order of aal
J. ' from the Onurt of Onnmoa Ploea ef aaid CouatyH
and lo me directed, I will, offer at puSllo aale at- the
Court Houae in Lanraier,on Satara'a l iilh da
Aeaiir, jf. D. IMS, between 10 o'clock A. M. and
4 o'clock 1'. M.. the following Heal Ealale, to-wll:
too uh out oi. ihv nonawow uuontr, ci section
So. SI, T-twutblp So.lt, Kaugo Ho. IS, oubjool lo tho
Dower Balate of Catharine Bailor as heretofore aulgu
ed to herby motea and boeada.
Appralaedat(3p) ISlrty-etght dollar per acre. , . ,
,5 ; v,t I " WllulM POTTER, Sheriff.
Drt.n. ii. w ib&mab, iMputy. ,
ncma m DoceaaaTT, Altorneyo, . )
Iianeaeter, Oetobec JS,lS5S-nSwSSprtl
rOTICB I hereby gWen, that Sarah Keller, Ad-
mlniotrator of Uantet Keller, deeeaeed, ha Slet '
her account aad toucher In the Probate Court of
Fairflold county, Ohio, for Inspection and aeltlement,
and that the earn will be for hearing on the lotti da'
04 noremocr nen. oraa ooon mereaitoraa may fta.
,- - v mum a. cna n, rronaie mate.
Xaaeaater, October St, IMS JwSS , u
FamUle!- Hotel Xceoe
SUangen, may depend upon nouiug one eMciaac-pi
Good, at price aa low aa they can be purcbatod In
HEW GROCERY AND NOTION STORE.
','.'(' v JjOHS J. JACKwOlS..,..,-, . c
T HAVE ntirrhed tho entlro lntcrejt of Jona I.Tr
I Mm she (Grocery store on the Mouthwcat coruer
of the PuMtqnere,buek af the Xarket UoeM.wber
I Bbati at all timet taKc nieaouro in aervinv ins oi
uotomor-iof the elab1lbmentand mj friende with a
Choice select ton of Cocerlea,rt oliotiH, e
My new oumilrheo already aictred to which I Invite
special attonlton of eiiotomera. My price will he a
low aany other ilmllar taMIhment Ittttae city.; 1
a in a new beginner aud hope lo have a liberal obar
or mo pnouc paironnvc. judii v.yAtnoyn
uuoaater, angaiijt nra juh
NEW ! ESTABLISHMENT t
1 "' ' ' 1 i. c.'dutcii,:'! 4" '
-f WTOWI.W rerectfuliy Inform the
' tl ciUaeaaorLaneostersaeirlclul-
t) , tlmt he tiMoponed a hhop tn Mar,'
llin now.wnerc ne io prevarua ton
pair all html pfWairhee, Clock o aud
Juwclry with iHintiiovtaiut iuiialcb. .
IT-PAH work warruntoil lo Derfrrrni well.; - '-' "
Lancaator,Jpna It.lrUS Otf , . , ..',,-.
aept. S7, IbSS 3m91
BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS
- BOUGHT ASP SOU) AT
EXCHANGE OFFICE, LANCASTER, jt.
10; ooo acres:
WANTED IMMEDIATELY.,. ,, ,
T AM now deallnr extnnolrcly hi Land Warrant.
M. thoee wlehlngto toll had tlicrefbra better contull
Rio before suiting eltewhere. iwalerala Warrant can
do as well with me aa In any market and make quick
same. Toe eot of aulgning la alwaya paid by me,
and any information about Warrant oheorfuil) glron
WI1IIUU. CUBq(u. u .
.', Thoae Inteudtna to use their Warrant at ome fu
tare time ean depodlo them with ine and rooelro the
money or leicrooi ror mem, ann nnoiner warrant wben
Uiey wIaBiM, Warranta paating from my haada are al
wayeuaren(a4 in cry rttptct. .-
l aisoacaiiin nasiern Axcnanjroana uoin anu nit
ter Coin.. - 1 ,,,,-,. T-W. TAJ.LMADGE. .
Laneastor,toptcnibor 3, , 18S4 Sltf;.
Probate Notice. .
lafOTICB is hereby giren, that JatncS Pickering,
W Guardian forThoniasalorton.basfltedlnthe Pro
bate Court of Fntrflola County, Ohio, hta account and
vouehera ror lnTiecuon and aettlemenl, and that aaid
account will be for hearing on the 19th day of Norem
bur next, or aa oon thercaner a may be.
vinifiij n. cw a w. rrooaie juoge.
Lancaeter, Ohio, KoYmberS5,lP5J SwSS ' '
l) WW Anguit, And w wlh all enrcue-
; mult hare fund rry the flnit of
riomori whooe rnunt haro not b oil
aettled for the lett el month I call and
cloae tbem before thai dnie
MrKI.KOY 4 BJLLJKqilURST,
LancaoDr, July 10, VrbS. .;''
- - ,--.r4t-
ncw iw nji):t.
Strife Fnlron hand nt Cdlnmbtis,--Shotv iu
Town I'olilical illectings Detting on
t'i,..i - - -
But JOHN LYONS I not a politician, while' ntlirr
are running wlll,he ha hi trapset watohingror dimes
io aeopup uisoioca ol lirocertcs. hi &nnp lo con
ducted as Usual, aa regular as 01. 1 Time. Srat open on
the street, and last el.ieod at nirhl. - Slock alwavi Mil.
accommodating dork lo wail on you. from Ilia child's
eenl In the gentleman's Ion thnnsand dollars, and his
agent Charley Gravee ready to convey parkagus to any
parkin uteeiiy. tlUitn.
I umcaetur, peptemoor sn, tMJ swat)
SPRING GROVE NURSERIES
OSE Itt Is. E WEST OF CAIIUUI.L,
' ' " I'alrfleld Conaty, Ohio,
- FRUITS ORNAMENTAL TREES
Ii V r.HGIIi: KaM, Ml It I' UN, UOS ,cVc.
HOT ICK la hereby gWsa that Ihe account or WtlV
liam Brown, Administrator ofthe Estate of Sarah
r, deceased, and alao Uie account of William Hut-
ton, Executor of John Hution, deceased, ha been SI
cd In the Probate Court of Palrflcld County, Ohio, for
Inspection ana settlement, ana trial said account are
oet lor heariuc on Ihe 181b day ef November next, op
a soon thereaftor aa maybe eonTculeut.J
yinutbc. nitAtv. rreuat juoge.
Lancaster, Oclobor 18, ie55 3wS4 . ,,
Estttte of ;eerge Deis. - ' ' '
T0T1CE la hereby glyen, that the subscriber haa
11 been appotn'.cd and qualified ae Kxeeutoron the
Estate of Gcorxo Hell, doeeased. late ef Fairfleld,
County, Ohio, dated this 13th day ofOcloher, 18SS.
uci. ia, ikm iwm uaviu mili sit, Ex'tor.
Estnte of Henry Friesner.''
NOTICE Is hereby glren. that Ihe Undersigned haa
been appointed and qi'tallued aa Administrator
nn the Kstale of Henry Friesnur, .deoeased, late of
PalrSeld CouMy.OUlo, Dated at Lancaster, this 131k
dayofOctobar.lett. SAMUEL JACKSON. '
Oolobor 18, IMS lwS ' -
Admlnistrntors'. Notice. - . ,
TaTOTICE inhereby glvon that tha undorslgned wss
li on tliu Hlh clny of SuplembarlrtU duly appointed -AdmliiUlrutoroftlie
estate of John Jonoe.lete of Fair
Hold County, deceased, by the Probate Court of aaid
county. All persons Interested will take notice ac
cordingly. - i .
GEO. HALDERM AN, Adm.
Ijnraiti-r, Rnpt.,13, 18SS 3wl0p.
' GiinrdiaBs Bale. --. . ;
Ferdinand P. Rompel, Guardian of O. Kley, tsfrt.
, ., . PKT1TION 10 SELL LANDS.. .. . ,
BY Tlrtuenfan ordot of solo to me direct j, from
the Court of Common Pleas, In and forth oi, -tj
of H icklngand State of Ohio, 1 it III offer -pose
In pnt'lia sale, at tho door of th ConsStatise la
the town of Uinuisler, FairHe'.il countyrUSio, .
On autardar ihe 87 th 4r of swTolteay
fS.t.ltetwveu the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and1 o'
clock V. M. , f h-nid day, the following described real
enaie. in wii: iitiing a pact nt tne nonneast uarfcie
iiuiiioer ;niri-tnro, lownatiip number
Pleodingi Practice nadp Ihn CiTil Code.
,. BY HON.,AIMOJl KASU."
IT will form a volumo.of about 7t:0 pages, 8o., boun
tifully printed and ucutly and Unnly bound In Ix
oep. J - e i v '
lu adlllldti to'brlof Tralitos on -Ihi Yarlous provl
aion if forms of p'.'iltlons, answors, entries furClerh,
return tor Miorina, ao. mo worx will slinw what
chang j- have boon produced hy tho (Judo.' The pro
cedenla for petition and answers aro an drawu a te
ucuuee out or mo cases a cioar ann real lasitu, aoom
e'lich all will h,- arreud , 1" lie moanlne. -The forms
of eulesoad rcluiuvwltl render lb work BS'isHy
userui toeouutv on,i ors. as wcu as in mo nroiosion. .
Snch a work haa Ion j boert a Osideratumt no boo I
fSIUI'. undersigned otfurs for sale this Psll, llo.fl- fourteon. range cumber nineteen, bcrliialag at a stone
a mowitib: nursury .-iiora. iruioi virtrrj irtet, ninuo- t at one nonnwvss, ron
atNd mtf: WOO Tte Tift. Siiuturri andllaarf. I Henr) linr.li rj: ilmu
(a portion nrllii) uI,,to lir,' Iruil U ' li):,tllHI ;nnt 12 i.nKs l a lion
jfii Trr. mandaTe und ltrf! Si Ptathf, 300
Fl.ms;j3pritat$ aad AerlHs,-l,; U.II0n Kusrfrrc
0M 30 vtrittitt; 500 Roict f tk mutt rkmitt rori
S(imA aaiaM s Iscf imn tf Orr filtmlt.
October t, IM543U3 , KA.MLlil. COFFMAK.
COURT 'P N' HAND,
having yet appeared upon ihe au biett since UwuhsV
menlofthe New Cod. ,
r It wlU shortly be published by A, :.-"''.t-
U . .t i ' f H, V.'. WBUBY, rinolnnatl.,.,
:. r Kf. . RHC'E NThV . PUHMSJtP.1),
, Bwan'a New 1'raavtlae.
When many nneasy minds will be set at
Botmr mind ran cm wit -dally auein. 1 am this "
day receittiiffafreslvtocfcotGrnecrles. all of which I It,,
I will be plensed lo deal out to the miMIc In euih I Viol.
at tlie nortiiws,ticomur, of a four acre tract aold So
uce t-julh 91 dog. sen 13 pe.-chc
theuco south 90 aorclio and
lOuvrchesaud 10 link
tea stone; thunoe iiorlh aloniral4 Heury Murcliers
'"iirncre Iotas punbosand 4 Hats to the place of be- '
g'ni ing, eonlMnir.K two acre, more or loss, ailnass
in tho touirty f Fnirflctd, OStev Appraised at aoS.OO.
lorma or sate, one uxaia aanu, one Ultra In one.
end one third In two year from the day of tale, with
tnturest on the deferred payments. - . .
.uu n,v iirn I, u ,r nil T .. "
rBaviuiwv r. tn, .u. Ku, itumrmimim
sept. ac,it1:5.i who o. rj.
C.- BAB LOW, M.; D,
!'PlCP.InTal)mnlge Bloek.Maln Street, tjn-eaa-
OS THKPOWERS AND DUTIES OF.JUHTICES OF
' ,'- the peAce, jsre." i roi. W'
i-,il ,v.l.i.:l ,-; - ...i , ...- i );;.:,.: "
., . ,,rwan'a nensca aistsssiea .., ,
OF THE STATE OP OHIO. Complete. 1 vol. 8ro.
Nstab'e Dlsjeat, ,,,
RETOKTS OF SUFHEME CQVRT OF OHIO. .
i. id, imj. tvoi. svo; ' . Wl
! J-f-i 18 Tit
)., , i. ... . .. r i
svtsif sm i ar ivr
i ( . . . ,sv a o.a.sM .. .p . I ,
TTAR rotnrnett to the city, whore he experts to -1
Bjl main permanently in the practice of hlo profesoion. I
Grateful fee paat favor, ho hojies by attention tq busi
ness to merit tne paironaro m nis vmn inenaa anu is
aunittitlcsas may siiitthoin.
P. tl. ItUlisv A- I.yome. uav Just received the
largest nrocn er ut v uoiiuk inal itioj hare ever ex
hibited in Lancaster, eeleeted with great rare by Mr.
Itising, wuo is known lo eleri goon wit qiuvh last -Call
and examine enrvoursolve. ' ' ' '
Lancaster, October , lBii-SfS(I :, t ,.
BLANK nOOK" M ANirrACTOHV AND
- I I : Doolc Biaderr, I.ancnatar, Ohio. ' !
l im.f ; .1 .t'TaLANllBOOKSJirCoBaW
a j uraces, justices' nianas,
Dockets, Mnublo anu Klngle
Kntr)' l4rigev avJoumals, l7
Books, ate, dec. Also, Book
Rintllnffif every description
done lu mast satlaffetory
style. ' ' '
All orders, by tailor or othr-
ft at Ihi
r.Ohlo. 'r a err luxe.
C. li. William. M. 1).
II. P. Oatchull.M. U.
A. O. Hlalr,M.l.,Colniubus. .
J. U. Pulto.M. p. Cincinnati.
NEW STORE NEW GOODS.
assortment of Dst V CKMSDV of every variety
fl SJ rYB"la
' Orlersfor Blnflhn ran t6 le
atroniro oi m om rnenaa) anoiM .itha Rin,i... u.i.a.ti. !,.. .
BoffLS.! " -P' VTrBip, ..a Lawt
vs (ua vu t"wJ
Lancaster, July 10, ldS3iuU.r
at Ihe Gasetlo Office,
andncarlyonnoslto Dr. mrektar'a residence.
ueoemuer i, i-i 3 -(.. . ,( i, jj. autioia.i-
ClNCINNATTl, WILMINGTON AND 'I and la now orenaVed lo do custom were a wel
' ' '' Z ANESVILT.E RAIL ROAI, I as merchant work. The mill has been well ropatred.
i uu u in mm nn, n . u. nn owl mm .unm wan ' hm
rVPRK TfWBW LKXlNOTO!I.J.Twodell Trams ,llo pr,,,.rod to bur wheat at all limes, or Soar In
w (sMmnii,i i . . . I in ror cnslenier. iroesirea. tie nni umpioyea an t . ,, umcin
Iri 7Vai leaves Cincinnati ate A. M arriving at ,n.i.a.d n,lll....Mj iiv rssdsrsasml aatlscas.i siboubimiw,
UneasterallMS A. M.aadat New Lexlagton at 1HI ,H , ' , , I W , ATE Mrs. K. M. RICH, Is )ut now opening a
r. ,.. i j, . .... ;;,;t i i TrrThe mstlrTeev. wile an rat nracfttners. rs tot sale. J npienuio atuex oi new DiaaQii, sal DDOXta
well , go Fmh tftroet, CiaeiuMti, lo. -
M- J . ! '.:: I 5 ' .
Hutiirnliie-.loaeet Now LevllirlOn al 1 35 P. at. and I ,' . '.w. i.i. nr,.. .r,.k. a. n. u..iu mA.
uurumruin r. "i""",l,s""""""" 1 Joining it I also ror eal,
Washington, Oct. 16, 1055. '
Br the last arrirsl from Europe. Mr,
Uaroy, Secretary of State, received a dis
patch from Mr. Seymour, our Minister at
(ha Rnssisn Court, notifying him of an ex-
traoruinarv utpiuiuano appointment in tue
United Slates. The person thus aeleoted
by his imperial Majesty, is known in the
diplomatic world for more than ordinary
ability, besides caving possessed (lie con
fidence of (he deceased Emperor. He
uomes clothed with die highest diplomatic
lower known to tne Russian court, nnd
via arrival here is short! v exnacterl. T un
derstand that the ordinary affairs of the nd lng illegally.1 llagh Davy was ar-
Russian Minister, as now existing, will be rested ror noting and commuted to jauv r
permitted to go on as usual. ' " ' J-ie last nigiii rvonig : was suit shto
t nminraiand iliat. afiar rln 1avis of thousrh his condition Wat considered des
i.m. tlte rleelarstion of tha United Stntes peratet He, however,' has been shpfand
t aa tha will nf tlie Czar would ha mado"' stabbed before, and will recover from in
announcing ss a Russian order, (he entire juries (hat would bo certainly fatal to most
HUVUUlll ui luvn OVll. nil.. UVI M, 111 iiiw w ... (
merce of the World which are now one of
Sd TVaialvevea Cincinnati at 4 Pi at. arrtilng at
r .n.n.l... .10 sn p v.' l. . .
Uownitag leaves Lannastcr alS.40 A'. M.-arrtvtng
I f'.liieiiiii.llat 11.18 A. St. ' .
Trains stop for passenger at all Intermeinate pomr
aadeuonett wil train ea uius awsii noao ror o-
iiinhuo. Uavton. lllllsberoueh and Chlllleothe.
Htawa lines enunoct at cTrclevllle for ChilllcotrKS
and Columbus, al Lancaster fur Logan, Kelsoartlle,
Alhens,ant roinoroy, anu al now Lexington ior com
eraet and Sanatville, arriving al Beoesvino' ia time
rn K.otern trains on central onto Kallroail. r
l.r.,ilior Information end llrkcU.antilv at Ticket Of-1
Sce.rornornr Broadway ana rrentBtreeta, ane a ia
Little Miami Depot, er to the Rtalloa Aeenlo oa the line.
J. Mei I tiTAUOHTON, '
Tr-pTheComnanvwIII not be resnonslblo for ba-
gftgeoxceeuingaiMliavailHV, nines tew aanrw vw rv-
taraedtolheCoaductornt Agent, aad freight paid al
therateofapatangeforaverJIWOInvslue above thai
amount. egai v, teaa.
I hi s..if n(, .! 'ltl.r er..l.
the principal causes of the oonlinunnoe of
tho war. With the present blockade of
the Alltel this will not amount to much;
Anotfccr Oatturtil K.ssnaaaJ
Wo learn, from The 1 JVseraipa Ohio
Advocate that a former citiien of Dover
kt 1.. sV. mmar.1 rvfTuiana It Vrt.e- eaanlt In triwtiahirV In tnftt eoTlntV. PSmed Bamnel tl
ii.. ..i.M;.v.nir,f a new am. nf iMncs. Snvder wss latelv tarred and feathered and
on tho basis of freo trade, to A general road on sr rail ir Eansas; bsesnse he raind
adraniAge oi (no wotiJ.--.. i eieraia. - un tukw naiuat iivi v
Peroons wishlncta buy town tot can he accommo
dated. . The proprietor can atlltlmee be found at
niemui in l,ockvuio, or en nia inrm. it nine souin
eaai of Locjtvllle, aau 1 mile wot or carrem '
ATighsl t, IMS. I m 15 t '
r VALUABLE FAR 91 FOR SALE, . .,
rTlH 8 subscriber will sollon the Ul tfOelmbir,
I nexa, oa the premise, the Farm of (00 Arret,
situated S atlle East af Lancaster, on th old Stat
mad, ann lately known as the "reieriuacann rarm."
Alan, ai ihe seta time, and place will be aold eore
Valuable Cattle and Tnilclt Cawaf
One Bras Clock. Household and Hllehen Furniture
Pennine Utensils, eke. too lodlousto mentloa. .
Ttrmrtf-aul Oa Parte oae-tktrd ah la hand.
one-third In one, and onc-talrd lo two year erllh lu
terest on the deferred payments from the day of sale,
aeeared by mortgasrooa the ptainla" t--'-"'
, On aersonsl aiouorty. all aum nndr S5 cash In
hand, end aU sums over that amount S month credit
TTASJusI received and la now nooning a general
1 I assortment or UH I OWUIISI or (very variety
uauall) found la Pry Goods trailo,cousiatlr(lnpartoT
ChIIcos., Prints Lawns, tiinRbitina, ,
Brown and Mleached Muslins: 5. Set lOquarSheetlng s
Black and Fancy Press Nllkr, Delano; Baragoa
Alpaecaa. plain and figured; . -. . , . : ','
.inenanu anx iiaiHixerciueis sno t-rarnis;
ttoniietsand Honnet Klbbom Cloths and Celrarew
Satlnetsand Vlanuels; Checks, Tickings, snd , ,, j
men's Summer Ware or All kind .,
together with a variety of other good for Ladles a ail
Uentieniem-, an i wnKB aave oeen purcnaara el
very low prlcos.et will be eold equally low for CASH
9T COUNTRY PRODUCE OXLV.
' His Ktorewill be found two door Wort or the Fair
field County Savings Instltuto and onnosila Khreffer'g
lloto, Laataetor.OWo. stay S4, leo
I new fa Lis miMmVnenr ooods
ronvh I'lowcrs, aatltra. Xrimixtlwar '
aCMtrnble ferine r Al.LTB ABK.;t which asnrwmd'
respeelfttUy Invite tlie artewttoa ef nor cvtssr. Ber
stock will be kejit renlete tlironghout the season, (by
dnlly arrivals from New York with nil that ia aew and
ba-utlful In box Ua of business, and al th lowt
: Country Merchant and Milliners will Snd It to their
advantage to look through hor Wholesale Ponartmeal
mviv ywvna.ius .in.iiuid,
, ' v ; i ,. .-, rare. ,1. a. UB.virinrtua, j
tot, Fifth Street, between Elm and Plum Streets
Cincinnati, September S, llSW-gO . '' '
EllWstsiS MISAp W.Iri1?t7-f ) approved K ;
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPAHY
OFFICE IN UNCASTER.
AT VRklCHT STATION, C. . C03I
ii. vTILa.IAlTI irti.lKli.Arsst..-rr!!
THB Company hav recenllT changed th location
af their IMTtce a above." Messenger leave Ia-
eaaieraaiiy per t raina over . n,a. nan aosv.
agordlng th best facilities fur the proniptf. saf'nd
August is, iBja awie , ; ' i . ; . r . .
TTPSomorset papers nleasacont till day of sal and
send Dills to bxecutor. . - n-. ,..:. i
siuwainu .ULssjiiSi ,
1" A t at" all lime tireharbd to furnish I.OOKTNC
fO h Afl BBS 1 a M abogaa , . W alaul r Koaewoet
ramb. Looking Glass Plate. Pictures Frames, Ac.-
Also, Gill Frame, trlassea of all sixes and styles,
rruit and Uranraaatal Trees, site.- 'j
n J. BLACK would rail tha attention of hi
friends and the public gonerally. to the Sna '
stock of FafiT aad Oxbmstl Taaaa, Baca, Viass,
dec, which h offers for sale the coming Fall, at hi .
Nursery , three mile cast of Bremon. - ; ' 1
His stock consists of ', Pssr, (both standard aad .
dwarf,) Oaiacs, PsatS, Plm, Jlprtctt, fttctmrint nt
C'trrf Trso. wap eta, L'arraar, Wssrrtw,
MmifhrnTTi ss, ),,'. aud Oraaana(l 7Vs a'csi'duea '
ind 1'nrrMi. -;
None but th eery tat frnltaad wll-growd trees,
will be seut out from tha Nursery: and every varietv
la srerrwacsd tsrrset, having been pro negated aa tha
rhean conveyance of parcels and freight to all poin
naaaana ya, aiao ior in oaiieciioui .uses, imxia, i and retail, attno loweeipneea.
Account, and for making purchase or the eeutta
of Ceroiloolonreiirllv i.-.f ,.,.t:. oi , ,.
'SBeelal aoMraci for tha carriage of larg i)oantalel
at ireign win oe mane.
I ,,. - rwil,l,IA3g'MILAEIS(U0al Agea.'
Portrait Frame. Picture Frame, and a awaeral ao-
ortmontof Picture aud. Oil Paintings, at wholesale
ill.attne iovrl price. . i.u, oam ,
No. 8 West Fourth SUtlaali,Oh.
March 8, 1855 M
n, MATTHKW SPAHRS . LMkMnrmr.-:, w
THOMAS O'NKAL,' , , fSteseernger...'
acaster, augul3, 1S 1S 1 jk a Ai.tr tar.'
ATTENTION! THB WOTT.
-". ii'IlMsIAMr ' SntJTT,
CARRIAGE Sl BUQQY MANUFACTURER
--t ' oa VTheellaf Street,
nropretor himoeir, er under hi WusneeVate drreoMotw
bo trouble nor expoose has been spared during thw
Isal tlx year la oataonrng Hi best fruit, la th eoun
try, aud a visit to the Nursery, or aa examlnalloa eg
tne catalogue, win anow mat ne aa one ot tne ans
collections of fruit In Central Ohio. " J ' ,
Onlcrs from neraen who Snd itlaeonvaalentftaauit
the Nursery will be promptly Sllended to, if address
iiosenptir i;taiognee mrnisnea arrati.
The follnwlnr gentlemen are referred tot B.
Caalin., Green Held iowaslilp: Caai.ss Uasca,
F.jq., Lancaster, Ohio; Ua. Nonas, Baltimore, OUol
Rev. a. M. BaieriT, ( , i, ' - ' .
(SeptemberSO, 18S. r -(- 4 i . ..., SOtT f ..
the publl i
NPtT' fllIVA' STOttK.
JOKT opened ri Main Straeuleriy op- lixJ'.
a fa. MlaSH. BWatailUUsT Ol I - . f .
-V ' " ',ND . " ""' I moslacaompllsncirworki
"k. - . T n - , rn ltik.. atnitlar aataaili
... mmm wm mmm mwm A WWW' mm J. mm r, I " ' i . . . 7 ... .
r ylf AXw jJJ M WW vr a o 9, I Ulns. , try material Is all first auaurv.an a an wore
Tllf SHOP FOONORX W AI1E-B SJO JOT
AViNOeslabllshed himself In the wisnwfsrturlnt
TIN, COrrlsK aad NHKKT-IKOM wakb 10
BmiUinr.mn, Vmtr Witt ts J7ec fattf
n. I nrenared to furnish tha seoDle of tbia toant
with every thin that may beaeedod In hi line. Ha.
eeearee saw aervieeo i , "- , . . A.
workmen, he 1s able lo compete Triumph, Buck, rreaidenitana t-roiereaee ror
Ri,n,s.8ueavKattloaai Hollow-ware. All of the above
aetaMIhma West tha moua- and Brack tMsmoiia for Cost. Alio riougns, -;-
11... a -11 GloMt.BiiMr Katllea At Hnllow-ware. All of IheebOVW
ll ofwhlchwIllbewWVoy atwholeaaul warra.tedfor ona year.' P.rkon. Je.trou., of Jl'i""
aiira eawatiBaa. aHrr. jgy. JjlWkm McjaNAIV.
'aad seuil.t Merrhants aad the public ee( haing wiU please
my stock, H l fall and selected
resneetfally liclledte call and xlat purchiisingeisewnere. - 1 '- , m, .-m,!-. .do. abort aee
mvatoek.li farmland (elected. - ' t TCrHe la alao prepared to j"eiaraaa it ssrews , -. -"- e:.i,- i,in u Un
WtndBf filiaseaslml t. ,Jh.9l pa-nawUk d.M, St a. rate. a .m r arm - "jff-:r-.T: y m,
ST 40. - ., W1LLUM
Mirsstar, aprll lrUM4 'I
the aboT si title.'
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