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CITY 0? LAUCASTKS:
lion. Daniel D.BroarJ bt written
long u J l! letter retting forth bis res
out fur iu cliogin to tbo oil Whig prty,
nd especislly for Jeolining to act witli Uie
new RepabHcao purty. which he insist
CRDnot triumph without absolving th U.i
ioa. He quotes from luctures dulircred
Ust wititer at the" Tdborn.tcle by Mossri.
Garrison and Partcr, as affording eiJenca
on tlii point, anJ cites also the view of
v.-trious newspaper. Hu thinks tha Whig
prty ought to be reorganized so far as
possible immediately, and "if they do
no!,' as ha a,iys, "they probably ounnol.nt
litis l ite day, set up generally their own
'caadidittcs, Uieir instincts and principles
can hardly, fail to direct them, among the
p'ir;iet unJ canJidutes in the CelJ, whore
to cast their rotes to that they m1y be
most effective for . the common safety and
guodof the country." Ho closes thus: .;
"I have boon a Whix from honest con
viotion, anJ I shall not uuw relinquish or
unlearn the sat: red lessons which have bo-
coi.ie rt part of my nature, by Ion uonueu
lion with that great school of patriotism,
Itouor ana virtue, bat name are not ur
'err thing with rni; they do uot . take the
pUee of principles. I cherish tho name of
Whig; but if the whig parly hns been so
p!treJ nn4 lonpeil away on one bide and an
other,' that noteuouzli of its vast old frame
' remains to enable the political physiologist
to reconstruct it, and set it on us legs a-
gHin, than if I tee a union of men of nation
'- til sentiments and objects, just lU'ih as true
wlup-g. have always cherished and mam
li ned, prepared to make a stand fur the
- Constitution una the Limon, agtmst com
biu.v.ions which threaten' to overthrow
them,' I shall bo found, so f.ir as my vote
and my humble influence may go, of their
party, by what name soever it may bo cal
led. ; I am, gontlemon, your friund an J fellow
ciiiz.n. D. D.BARNAKD.
William Afedill, Governor of the Stati of
.. Ohio. :
In pursuance of an usage, established
and sustained by the usual recommenda
tions of the General Assembly, through
long series of years, and which usage has
always found a sanction and cheerful ao-
quiescence in the hearts of a grateful peo
ple, I.WILLIAM MEDILL, GOVERN
. OR OF THE STATE OF OHIO, do, by
. nhesa' presents, appoint and set apart
THURSDAY, the TWENTY-SECOND
DAY OF NOVEMBER NEXT, to be oh.
-,,flrved as day of THANKSGIVING TO
. ALMIGHTY GOD, for the manifold bles-
Liu of the year, which is about to close.
, ' 'While war, with all its attendant evils,
' ... lias been convulsing the nations of the old
' world, and pestilence has been performing
its work of death among a portion of our
own brethren in the South, the paople of
Ohio have been graciously exomptcd from
tha desolating consequences of either.
The laws of tha State havebeeu duly ra
(ipi'ctod; the National Union, in a'l its in
iegrily and force, has been preserved; tho
' Belli of tho husbandman havo yielded an
- iiinusual abundance; and industry in nil its
.channels, have been appropriately reward
ed. In view of these evidences of Divine
oodness.Imost earnestly recommend thai
. tho good peophi of Ohio suspend and lay
. itside all business upon and during tin day
ofortmxd, assemble at tlioir usual placas of
nyisiup, niiu.rciurii uieir iicarueit tua.nks
"' to AtMiaiiTY God, the Autiiob of these
', nCnttl other blcssinirs we snioy, and offer
rVlr prayer, fc, . contiuuauco of Ui.
Given under my hand ami the
" Great Seal ofcho S ata of Ohio, at
the City of Columbus, this twenty
l s second day of October, A. D. 1865,
r 1 ; . . and in tho eightieth year of the In
dvpeo Jence nf the United Statee. '
. WILLIAM MEDILL.
Ry the Governor:
-William Tkkvitt, Soo'y of State.
MoNicr and Stocks. The stock market
in New York has beon very much depres
sed during tho prist week, particularly the
latter part of it. In speculative stocks the
market seems completely overdone The
deniaud for Stato stocks hassuddcnld ceas
ed, and thoro appears to be a general want
. of confidence au J want of'means among the
spaculstive hangers-on of the stock Ex
change. In all such oases the money Ion
dor it cautious and appears more nfrnid to
move than any other class. The Tribuno
of Friday says:
There has been an activs.movcment in
c.ill loans to-day, and it has boon difficult
to borrow at logal interest. Tho banks are
calling in to soma extent, find the usual
sources of supply do not yiold freely.
, ' Needy borrowers are paying to $ per
cent over legal interest for short loans.
" The supply or paper is not pressing on tho
market, and rate continue at 8 to 10 per
' cent, iho bulk of first iit namoi going at
, 9 per cent. Outside of the stock circles
"there is no scarcity of money, and busi
ness appears to be perfectly healthy. The
merchants are raceivin free remittances
from, the interior, and all the great inter-
t ots of tha country are flourishing. Any
' one who only mov'bout lathe neighbor
hood of tho board of brokers would sup
. pose that the end of the world was near at
hand,' whereoa outside of that atmosphere
' the sun shitiet clearly and the skies are all
, bri 'ht. We sneak ouly of the Drcitnt:
what may bo the appearance of affairs
' should commercial disaster over Uika Enir-
laml and France, we will not undertake to
Hi atiixjiiojj There are five hundred
; millioas wore of heathens than of Chris
( tians in the world. For this mighty mass,
1t was recently stated at an anniversary in
Berlin.only 16 hundred missionary stations
' ' exist, and only thirty-seven societies have
been formad to promote their oonversiou.
"Cleanlinoss is next to godllnssV np-
rears to be the motto in Wisconsin. The
A'iles Enquirer records the good luck of a
oiiizon ot that villa.je, who, while bathing
, in the tiver, discovered, after an industrf-
ous "fcrub. of his person of about fit
v. minute, t pair of drawf irbjcU he had
- - Liberia.
We cut the following sensible article
from tha Troy Time. W are eoovinced
that all that is reqisita to Mcure tha devel
opment of tha negro rana is opportunity;
and that opportuuity can never be afforded
here, wheu prejudice represses with an
iron band, each effort toward progress:
This country is yet destined to figure
cenapicuotikly upon the theater of nations.
Her position upon tha continent of Africa
is central And eligible, and wiih the foster
ing care and encouragement of civiliasd
nation of the earth, so libcjallv extended
to her in her infancy, she caouol fail to get
a fair start in the race' of national pros
perity, enlightenment and t "progress,
w lieu once securrl v and permanently hied
as a distinct nationality, she willcy her
position, commercial advantages and natu
raj rescource, inevitably rise to consider'
ationjind importance among Uio first class
powers ot tUe world. We shall then, and
not till then, li-e a fail trial and a genuine
cxnmplo of what the negro race, with the
au vantage, ana nnder llio culture ot chm
tianity anJ civilization, is capable of sc
complishing. We have no doubt the ex-
auiule will Drove favorable to tha oanabili-
lius , and character of tho race. Such an
experiment every colored man should be
anxious to fee- carried out, not as a safety
valve of American slavery as the South
regard n, but a a complete vindication of
the Silumnics heaped upon the race. If
they can maintain tlioir liberties in Libe'
ria, and secur all tha benefits of free gov
em men t there, they will exhibit an indis
putable claim to freedom everywhere.
Every effort should be made and every
facility afforded, bv the friends of humani
ty, necessary to render, the success of tha
colony certain. Time and effort will be
recysito to develope the experiment.
I.ntest from Norfolk.
We learn from the Norfolk papers of
Monday that there were fivo deaths in that
city on Friday, two on Saturday, and two
on Sun lay, but only ono of the Litter fever
There were also three new cases 011 Sat
urday, among thoso recently returned. O
Faiday night tho city was visited by a se
vere storm of rain and wind, bnt on Satur
day the weather was warm, tho thermom
eter being above 00. On monday, how
ever, it was rainy and disagreeable. Mr
J. Perry, who had boen ill of fovor near
Fort Norfolk, was recovei in,'. The Norfolk
That the epidemic is atill linering with
us, though in a mitigated form, is not to be
doubted. Cases of fever are of dailv oc
curence; and indeed the diseases ordinarily
incident to the season scarcely develop
tlunnelves now.bofore symptom of fevor
become Apparent, and it is a hard contest
between them somotimes which shall get
mastery. . We have no data at present to
asertain accurately the amount of sickness
in tho city, but wo Tear there is quite 0
nongh to excite approhesions for tho safety
of thoso who come in from abroad.
Among the new cases we may mention
that of a daiighterof Mr. J. Odondthal who,
since the epidemic broko out, has been
living a few miles from the city. A few
days ago she oame in to town for soma
clothes and other necessaries, and though
she remained but a short time, took the
fever and now lies very low.
Tha weather has for several days been
warm. To.day it is very cloudy and rainy.
The stay of the refugees,- will necessarily
be protraotod unlilcold weather, which we
may not lmvo for a week or two.
Three churches wero opened for ser
vice yesterday. I noticed in ono of them,
that nearly nil tho ladies present were in
deep niouruin, and every gontleman pres
ent that I recognized as n mmitrfnumbor
ing five or six)hild lost his wife by tho
fevor, and several of them other near rela
tives. . Hastily, F.
A latter in the Petersburg Express, da-
Bob Butt Informed me this morninir that
he buriod Gvo persons yesterday; and this
uiuming iii whs in sorvicu lor lour omors
to he buriad to-day. I
We had a heavy nun hist nwht, but the
sun is out to-day with groat heat, and I
would advise our poople not to come home
until thcra is a solid changa in tho weather.
TiuTficw Collins Steamer. The Jour
nal of Commerce says that the most notice
able object of the ship yards of New xork
is the mammoth steamer, Adriatic, build
ing for tho Collins line, in Mr. Steer's
yard, and which attracts numerous visitors.
All it proportions are gignnlio, the vossel
exoeeding in size any that has ever boen
built in this country. In some of its di
mensions it will not vary materially from
the United S'.atos steamship Ningara.build
ing at tho navy yard, but in the number
of tons, it will be superior. The ship is
entirely in frame, so that the deck beams
and iron braces are being put in. Tho
"ff'irbonrd streak," which extends parallel
with the keel, and is equivalent to ih&finl
plunk, is also being put on. : Iho strengh
ot the vessel is in some degree indicated
by the fact that this i eleven inches in
thickness The iron braces, which will
extend obliquely aoros the frames, inter
lacing each other at . interval of four feet,
:iro of themselves s curiosity and wonder.
They are each fifty -''reel' in Ioncth, leven-
eighths of an inch in thick noss and five
inches proud, weighing eevtn hundred and
W'Sf . pounae. i hero are three hundred
bars or "straps of this description. I' our
hundred men art constantly . employed on
this ship, whose weekly wage avorajre a
bout 82,400, and it i exoeoted the will be
laitnohed about the 1st of April. She is
three hundred and forty-rive fuel m length,
fifty in breadth, and thirty -I wo in depth.
i no quantity oi umuer put into nor is enor
Return or Missionaries Mas. Judo
The N. Y. Tribune of the 20th says:
It will be grntifying to tha friend of
Mrs. Dr. judd to know that she has arrived
in the United States. She and her bus
band wer among the first Missionaries to
the Sandwich Islands, and now, after an
abeno of nearly thirty year, Mrs. Judd
nas reiuinea to visit her numerous mends,
from whom the has been so long separated.
CThe proposition of the Central Ohio
Il.iilroad, tli provision of which are, in
substance, that the city of Wheeling is to
subscribe 953,000 towards lu contrac
tion of the "Kirkwood Extension," was a
doptod by the . Council at their meeting on
Monday night Inst. So we learn from the
Timet. This ire suppose, will end the
quarrel between the city of Wheilinf and
ma Central Urtio Railroad vompnny,
! Sfiibnvitli Herald,
ToxTxaxs Muuoks Do Mexico- I
Certain parties have been in Washiogtof :
lor some time psst endeavoring to r now
of the three millions of dollars yet due tolpose, the' .Machine Shops' of the, Unto
Mexico for the Mesilla Valley. Thi bouB-
ary mark has been completed, and the
commissioner has been heard from at San i
Antonio on bis way home. The three mil-
ious was to be paid when the line was ruuv
The question now oomesup whether the
money shall be paid to the asiignces of
Santa Anna orthe present Government of
Mexico. ,;The Washington Star says:
'The Government of the United States
has aot, as yot, found any authority under
which it can recocrnne as the payees 01 the
three millions remaining to be paid to Mex
ico under tha treaty ot Guadalnpe Hidalgo,
any parties excepting the Mexican govern
ment existing wnen me payment may oa
due,. or it assignees.. Strenuous efforts
have been made, are being made, and will
doubtless continue to be made, to induce
the authorities here to regard Santa An
na's mortgages of this money to Americau
vitizensas binding ou this government, ojv
rather, as justifying this government in
nsius it to liquidate tho-cla'ms of the Aroe-
1 lean mortgagees out 01 tins lunu, wnicu
was certainly pledged to them by Santa
Anna. This reading of the obligations of
the United States under the treaty has, up
to this time, been resisted by the United
States, and nothing?, so tar, has transpired
out of which wo can deduce reason 10 be
lieve that it is not still adhered to."
Repairing or thx Public Wobks by
Costract. The 0. S. Journal says: -
We Understand that at the recent meet
inr of the Board of Public Works in this
city, the specifications under which' the.
work is to be let wero agreed upon by
majority of the Board. After doe exer
tions to make them what they onght to bo
in detail, we understand that Mr. Blick
ensderfer voted against them in gross at
thoir filial adoption, on the ground thai
they were not speeilio enough for the pro
tection of the public inte-esls. Too much
latitude is given the contractor. The offi
cers in charge have too little power in the
direotiou'of the work. This is what wo
gather from casual conversations on the
street; and from what we know ofMr.B.'s
views, and his favorable disposition tow
ard tho contract system, we aro satisfied
that only somo such controlling reason
could have induced him to withhold hta
vote ou the final adoption of the specifica
tions. ' 1 ;
"From the hasty and crude manner in
which this contract system has been adopt
ed, and from certain unmistakable indtca
lions, we predict grand display of plun
der and nhuse on the canals for the next 5
yonr-i. Before this experiment, adopted
by a mniority without experience or inqui
ry, is disposed of, the General Assembly
will find itself called npon to interfere in
more ways than one. We shall not lose
sight of this subject."
The Public Lands. It is stated, as a
fact, that tho public lands of the United
States are rapidly running out. The Wash"
ington correspondent of the New York
We havs nominally I, -100,000 square
miles, that is, somo eight or ten hundred
millions of acres; but perhaps five-sixths of
tho entire quantity is umnhabititblo and
valueless. Already tho government is un
able to supply lands in Minnesota to notun
settlers at the maximum prico of 1,25 per
aero We sold and gave away in I8S3-'4
23,000,000 of ncros. We sold ata nominal
sum during the past year 1 5,000,000 acres
of land, and gavoaway to States nnd indi
viduals property enough to roako good the
onormous quantity of 30,000,000 of acres.
At this rate how long will our two or three
hundred millions of available publio land
supply the demand for tho purpose ol set
tlement, to say nothing of tho exegencies
of the Treasury in limo of war or financial
distress. In Minnesota, whirh has 65 000
inhabitants, the lands to be offered this sea
son havo been reduced from four to ono
million of acres. The lands cannot be sur-
eved as fast as Congress gives them away.
This is said to be the caiuo of the reduction
of tho quantity oiiVrod in Minnesota. In
UUili, already selllod by some ou.tioo Mor
. - ... . .
mons, the base line has lust been establish
ad, and porlmps years must elnpso before
the government, so wholly is it absorbed
n the work or gratuity, can furnish a le
gal title to tho lnnds ocenpied by its citi
3TTho Legislature of Ohio convenes
the first Monday in January. Tho Repub
licans will havo a large majority In both
branches, and among the first steps toward
Reform, we trust will be a provision to re
cognizo the legislative depatmont, by sub
stituting short annual sessions. Biennial
sessions are unsuited to the wants of the
people. We would not return to the prof
ligate legislation whioh has marked the
fiast history or the state: but we would
tave the sessions limited to sixty or ninety
days, in which period all necessary bills
oould bo matured nnd passed. Secure
short nnnunl sessions, and then elect busi
ness men only to these posts of public trust,
wo say. Cunneaut Reporter.
What Constitute a- State? "Men!
raenl men! These constitute a State, "ox-
claimed Mr. Carlisle of Washington, in an
oration delivered from the stops of the Ca
pitol, on the 4t.ii or last July. Mr. V. Iind
been levelling hia shafts against the fea
ture of-the American platform that favors
certain restriction upon foreign immigra
tion. : -' .'
Men do constitute a State; but will any
one contend that the persona whom the
American party desire to exclude (for
eign paupers and criminals,) add to the
real strength or prosperity of the nation?
Do they not rather weaken and impover
ish it? Wo are not prepared to admit, be
cause 'men constitute a State," that Euro
pean pauperism nnd criminality are among
the necassary constituents ol its making up,
Baltimore American Dem,
The Jew xorit limes makes a very
close calculation of the butchor's profit
when he buys a beast at 10 to 12 cents
pound, and retails it at from 16 to 18 cent
nd shows that in a case where the animal
weighed 600 lbs. and costs 566, the profit
was only o,o
The New York Tribune auggost a na
tional subscription throuch the churches
and otherwise for a fund toward building
at Norfolk a suitable monument to the
memories of the doctor end nnrset who
aerificed their lives for the good of oth
- ThiWat to Max Tows Gow. A
number of lha citizens of Massillou having
-aouatea we iwm neceswrj tot v" Jk
Pennsylvania Railroad re y be located
there. This will add to the population f
the place, and materially enhance its pros-
perity certain importaut euds that would
not have been accomplished Had me tana
lowners there asked two or. three prices for
their lota the minute tbey found the" Rail-
road Company was on the look-out for a
site for shops dong the line of its road. ,v
Larger towns than Massiuon can take
profitable lessons fromher in liberality and
enterprise. Our own city would 4o well
to imitate her in many things. ' - -
Marvklloc Cores. We have always
been slow to believe the wonderful cures
hich one medicine after another pretends
to have made, but slow as we era we will
own up. when we are fairly convinced.
Those of our readers who era acquainted
with the case of Mrs. Beach and Mr. Far-
well, will not think us lightly turned.when
we confers our belief that Ayer's Cathartic
Pills have virtues for purifying the blood
which excel anything within the range o'
our acquaintance hitherto. For those who
aro not cognizant of the facts, we will say he
had been afflicted for over eight years with
scrofula whioh only grew worse, in spite
of all tho remedies she could employ, un
til she took Aytr'i Pills. Under their in
fluence one after another of her lores have
healed, until she is apparently as free from
the complaint as ourselves. lit has had
liver complaint with pain in his side that
disabled him from work a long time; al
other medicines had failed to afford him
any permanent relief, but a few doses of
Aytr'M mil cured him and ho 13 now stead
ily at his old pott of conductor on the cars.
iTuldletown Daily Courier.
Arrival of Another Dktaciimest or
Scotch Factor? Girls. Among the pas
sengers by the ship Star of Empire, which
arrived at this port on Wednesday, from
Liverpool, were about sixty Scutch girls,
engaged to work in tho factories here.
They were mostly young, neatly dressed,
and-some of them are quite good looking.
They were forwarded to Iloly oke their place
of destination, last evening, via the Boston
and Worcester railroad. Boston Traveler,
. The Horned HonsKs. A pair of oiks,
with horns properly trimmed, 6o as not to
interlock, rings in their noses, harnessed
in regular s'.yle. and hitched to a vehicle
containing four persons, were driven
through our streets yesterday. They
seemed to beprotty well "broken" of their
nituial propensity to .run, for they were
hard to start; and when underway, gave
no signs of a willingness to do a mile in 2:
In this city, on the evening of the 20th
ult.,- at the late residence of her fnther,
Miss EMILY A. GREENE, daughter of
Joseph A. (ireene, deceased, titter an ill
ness of 3 weeks. Aged x'J years 2 months
and I, day.
A"ain has the dark pall of uealli been
cast over this sorely aUlietcd and bereav
ed family; and although, with crushed
hopes and .stricken hearts, wo record iho
death of this estimable lady, we have tho
consolatory assurance, that to her. to die
was pi in. Though young, sho had for
several years submitted herself lo the gm
dance of the sublime teachings of her bios
sed Saviour. About two years ago, sho
united herself with tho English Lutheran
Church of this city, of which she lived an
active and dovoted membor; wan ardently
attached to the doctrines of the . Bible, and
the ordinances of the house of Qud, and as
n Will mate' consequence, of her faithful
ness, was, during her illness fully sustained
by Graoe, enabled to rejoice amidst her
aluiction, and breath her Inst, leaning on
the bosom of her saviour.
. A week before her death, an affection
ate and beloved father was called to the
spirit world, and his hotly deposited by the
side of her beloved twin sister, whom four
weeks before, she in company with horde
parted father, followed to the silent tomb,
and where tier body with theirs now rests,
until the last trumpet (hall wake the sleep
iii" dead. Sho has left to mourn her loss, two
brothers and two eistors, and a large ciilco
of relatives and fnends, who mourn not as
those who have no hope.
Thus, iu the short spaoo of tire weeks,
this family has been deprived, by the ruth
less hnnd of death, of three Of its promt
ncnt members, a father nnd two daughters,
who have cone to join tho society of a wife
nnd mother, who some six yoars ago was
oallcd to that better inheritance; and whose
place has since been filled by the now se
verely stricken nnd bereaved widow and
mother. ' Grace alone sustains and sup
ports Mrs. Greene in her sore bereavoment,
1 , t i e ;
iu wuose diameter, one oi tne prominent
features is, a most ardent affection for and
uttachment to her husband and children.
This was so strong, -that in her hist trial,
"the death of Kmilv, ' she wa with diili-
oulty sustained under her lore bereave
ment. JJut sho need not mourn over any
neglect towards her departed friends, en
joying as she does, the happy assurance,
that not only iu life, but in uenth, she real
ized from them, to the fullest extent, their
warmest affections and regard as a devoted
wife and indulgent mother.
Dy this instance of mortality, we nre a
gain reminded of the universal dominion of
death, and of the necessity of that prepar
ation which alone can secure to us that
satisfaction and peace of mind whioh was
so fully exemplified in the case of Emily,
and which alone assure u of eternal hap
piness in the world to come. C.
On the night of Oct. 9, at her residence,
in Lancaster, NANCY, wife of Isaao Clay-
pool and daughter of Mr. John Meason, of
Ibis county. - ' . -
More than three years ago, the symp
toms of the fell destroyer, consumption,
manifested their ravage and gradually fed
ou her vitals until life was extinct. ' To say
he was it loving wife and mother, a kind
neighbor, whose character wa all amia
bility i not the language of praise she
was muoh more .the humble and devout
christian, faithfully discharging all her du
tie toward God and her fellow beings.
For her. indeed to die. wa train, tier
was the life of the righteous and her reward
Tie American Democrat. The Probata
Judge has transferred his printing from
ibis office to the "American Democrat."
As the Judge is the reputed owner of that
press we do not blame him for so doing.
There is one transaction, however,
which we cannot aay that we entirely ap
prove. Not long since, the Democrat enmo
to a dead stand for want of funds. We
understand that in order to afford tempora
ry relitLjhe Probate Judge employe Mr,
Bsatt to' print a quantity of blank tnar
riage licences, although' lie had already a
ulBoitot quantity ou hand to last him dur
ing his entire terra of office.
Wc hope the Democrat has not become $
county, institution to be sustained by the
fund of the county. Wa wish an answer
for the benefit of the tax-payer of the
Xeto Jewelry Store. We refer our read
er to tho advertisement of L. C. Butch,
in to day's paper. Mr, Butch is a young
man of energy and industry, who has re
cently established himself in this city, and
we take great pleasure iu . recommonding
him to the confidence and patronage of our
The friends of L. D. Campbell ewe him
a complimentary supper in Cincinnati, on
Saturday eveningt Speeches were made
by Messrs. Chiso, Campbell, lived of the
Commercial, Roberts of Boston, (fee.
Two children were bitten by & m:td dog
in Cincinnati on triday lust.
We havo a rumor from Washington that
a special Russian ambassador is o.i his way
to the country for what spci.il purpose it
ii not stated.
At the late Li lUtviSute Fair there were
2,646 entries nearly 1,000 more than at
the Fair last yo.ir. Almost overy Western
b'.ate was reprc-sonted.
The Huckleberry is a native of both Asia
Tho Crnnberry, of Europo and Ameri
Turnips and Manijcl Wurzol come from
the shores ot the Mediterranean.
WoKBearoL Sccckm. Tbs than two ycara alnce,
Prof. Wood opened tuiatoro fnr the mnmilacture and
n:iloi,'f hia preparation!, and partiaulurly hia woiuler-
rto tiuir Meliorative, nu y pHt1entpor9ereranco.ro
iTliiar upon the uorfeci character of hit preparations to
accomplish the obJecU Intended In lecttirg them up,
it oiiMiict una omurfruu, unui, wiuioni t,ie orulnary
mean of traveling afrenta, hie preparation aro found
noon tho shelves ofalmost all druariiat and modiolus
nratere in me uimwi Males, lanndn, and went Indiu
Islai.ns. nor la thii result snrpritinr. sinco hit nre
Daruttone bare boen used by all claaaos.nld and vnunri
crentleuiPii and luillct orilio highest lulo!HirLnoeln all
partsni uieoonutry, testiry to ineir perfect ciMracler
when thoroaahly tested, nnd noonecunrcadhlsclrou-
lur without b.'luff aoiirineed thisislndacd a discovery
wormy 01 ine naino. is u men surprising mat liionl
tnry of the world furnishes no parallel to his saccesx?
nts store on Mantel-street, at 114. is mien, not only
with the most popular patent maiiiclnas, bnt ta lin-men-e
and bountiful stock of perfumery, fnnry mid
toilet art iclos,bniti foreign nnd noinestlc.findweadvlse
nil to exftjnlno lliestnck before purchnsiiiK elsowliere.
He also has a splondld ostnbllshinont 31S Broadway,
New York, for the supply of his Inmenke eastern trade.
Reo advertisement of Dr. Admits' Liver Dalsnm, and
his advice tntupsirk everywhere, In another column.
tSf. Loui Eominf Jtimr, JV&rih 11,1835.
N active honest Man In ench seelton of the Rtnte,
tn Ink- ordcri hv 'S.tJIPLE' for VELHEAU'8
lOXKTIR AGKNTS. A salarv of 0ll nr vear.
and a aronll oommislnn will be p.ild. ''Hillary para
ble Monthly. " For particulars address DR. M.VKL-
rir..u, villi uroudway, N 'W York, enclosing stamps
topay tt'iawor. Naveiubor 1, 1803 swi!0
A DOV WANTED.
T will employ a smarl ontollirenl Lad as Mos
W seiiirftr In Iho Union Toleirraph Oftica, If spoil-
cation bo mndo soon. VMO.I I KLIiGKAfrl CO.
Laurasler, N orciuber S3. IMS. S5
IIHOM the, subscriber mi oturdaf Inst, a KHOWS
HORSK MUlJi, sprluic Colt. Any person who
will ;rlvo I itfonrsatioit toitcbinf the snino.slinll be suita
bly awarded. JOUX T. UKA8KK.
Lancaster, ftovombar 1,1pjj 3w-u
NEW JEWELRY STORE
I.. C. 15UTCII
R AS Just received :il his establishment, Ihreo doors
Sniilhofilie Pmt Office. Martin's How, a NKW
l.ui outivriuiv, (iirect rrom tho Muiiufuc.
tnrers, eornirlslui; nil Ilii'l.Hc.t ji)!i.,.of rwl
Enr Hif. Finper Ai'mcs mmH OelJ Pent.
Also, WATCIII'.S fromtlie boslmakars.
Call nnd too for yourselves.
ir?" Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefullv renalrod
on short notice, and wurrnnled to porform well,
utiicustor, Norombr 1. IbSJ 20
rr"',K Naplhalln Lodeo of
Free sod Acce
aims at CAIIIltt
p dedicate their New Hall.nml
rSt-A publicly instiillcd,anOrntlin,
'rrwosslnn, AVc. on Fill
lAY, Nov. f, tH.li).
uasonle frntornlty and
blie aro funerally In
Coinailltoo of Arrsn joinunla.
Carroll, Nor. 1, ifii.
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
1TKAH1.Y ovory Nation In the World Is Involved In
tills unnecessary evil, while our (Trent and glo
rious country seems lo be perfectly calm and uticon
corned. Thnts Ihu way with J OH L,VOMS, while
Ills cotoniporarles are mnkinff. agrent fuss, lie nulot
ly issues ont GSOCRKlliS al the LOWBST l'HlCES,
oue door Weal of Martin'a Kxrhnngo.
Laucaster, Noroinbcr 1, lrijj 3v i6
OT1CR Ishoroliy irlven. that there will be a noll-
tion prosontod to tho County Conitnlssionors of
nirui'id couniy, at tnoir ticcenioor lerin, iKi. Tor
lite vncntlon of the County lload leading from the
Bute Kuad one-fourth mile North of Geneva to Good
and Griin's Mill, and also, for tho establishing a road
commencing throe-fourllis of a mile North of Goneva
ou the Htitle rood at the School House; thonco East
one-fourth tnilo to the Cold Spring on Philemon Iluf
ford's liiiiillllience Nortlienst across BolomouHufford's
Jr.,Lnnd tn the conieroftho Widow HurTnrd's Innd;
thenee Norlh to tho Mill road leading from Bremen to
Good and (trim's Mill, thure to terminate.
Nov. 1, 1S55 WASY PETITIONERS.
D 31. TIIOMI'SOXMercliont Tailor,
Hat Just opened a beautiful assortment of '
Cloths, Caaiimoree) and Votings,
All of which hat beau tslected with great care, and
with snecial rcferenco to the wants a.id tnsto of this
community, nnd whit It he Is prepared to mutiufacture
to order uuu is prcnareu to iuako me post vits in tne
latest tt)le XI'r'All his work will be wurruntcdt
tie it also now manurKCturing aver)' variety oi
which he wilt FELL AS LOW as tha enmo qnallty of
Goods and work ran be purchased at any other estab
lishment. His Clothing It manufactured under hit
own aupervitloii, nnd la consequently superior to that
which Is brought from other placea.
The public are respectfully solicited to call and ox
ainlue his Slocks and w kilo thankful for the liberal
patronuge ha has enjoyed, ho assures ma old custo
mers and olhnra, that he will labor to give general
satisfaction both In the quality ami price of his goodt
and work. B. W. THOMPSON.
Amanda, October 85, 1SS3. siitf
T.!J. S. IIADI.EY respectfully Informs those suf
3 iferlngfrom aeute or clironio Opthalmla. general
ly termed INFLAMMATION OF THE EYE, Dim
ness of Might arising from Injuries, Ac, Ulceration of
the l&ye or Its membranea,from any and arery cause
tha result of Fever, Measles, Scrofula, die, cither of a
abort duration or of many years' standing.
1 file is prepared lo give relief and perfect a euro;
or all niouoy asrcKoao t
R. B. Harlan. Wilmington, 0.( O. B. 'White, Wil
mington; Wlllllam Fullor, Wilmington; Isaiah Mor.
rlt, Wilmington; J. M. Haworth, Wilmington; David
Fisher, eth bl. Cincinnati, O.; H. Simonlon, Colum
bus, O.l D. McLane, E. Liberty, Logan county, O.;
Col. James Houston, Jefferonvlllo,Ohlo; John WtiHe,
Boarnovllle, Ohio; George Hantwnlt, Boarnevllle, O:
aomas Coddlugton, Hillsborough R. K.; F. A. Mc
Dowell, C. W. dc . R. K.; Levi Hmilh. Washington,
Ohio; James Pnrcell, do Ohio; David Hitch aud Robl.
Lowry, Lancaator, Ohio.
OmcalnWilmliiglon, Ohio. Ool. 81. 3m.
Main Streat, Sad door East f ly-s Hotel,
Uneastar, slay S,lrM 3J
WEST nusiIVILXE, OHIO,
WOULD roipootfulW Inforn ih clUtont of Rait
ana Weil RukhvtUo and vicinity, ihmht UJual
rucaivlnfr opnln from lb Kailrn CIlUi, an ca
ll r now tic U o tec ltd Stock of tioodi cotuUlluf of
DRY GOOD8, GROCERIES,
Drags Si Dye Bluffs, Queen & Hardwnrr,
Hat, apt, Bonnets, Hoots and Shoes,
nT a geooral variety of XOTlOKS, which ha will tall
10 par coicl bo low uiual rale tor rath ortu equirolent
lnauy kind ofProJuca.aod hopai by prompt allan
Una to buHuess to merit a aliara ot public patronage.
Plttuacill andexaiklue mj Stuck and prlcsa before
buyliig elsewhere, j . ,i
K2trs3. IS3sia?S'Sia? I--'
Would alio Inform the Ladle that the li prepared for
Alillenarr in all its Branches,
baing an experienced hand, aha will puarantee aatla-
Uctioutaaii. wastKuanvtiio,Oct. i, ipjj 3mx
NSW CAtUUAQE SaOP.
F. V UIETZ -
R RESPECTFULLY Infonnathecltl
rent ef FairilolU count) that he ha
recently put up anew Carriage Shop,
tfontoare Srara, (?( AlU. .acr OA... h.N
he willconslantlr keovou hand and manufacture
ordorevery rariety of vehicle lu hia line.
Hj-nspiiiriiiguone en alio-t noHco, and the
arorable term. Dec. 14. 181433
Sale of Personal Property.
I WILL sell at publtc vendue at the SMOOT FARM,
Ova miles South of Lancaster, .
On Thursday, November 13, 1853, .
The follnwiug Property, to-wit! 1 pair Grov Mares,
1 Ton BiiKRy and Karnoss.4. bead of Farm horses,
4 Colts. 1 thorough bred Cow, Bull and Calf,
Reverul Rleere, onnp rows and Calves,
i oarllug Heifers, Hows and Pigs, . ' -.
A LOT OF.IIOUS,
1 Reaper and 1 Drill, 1 Vanning Mm, alot of Gears,
A largo lot of Farming Utensils, Wagons,
A LOT OF CORN IN CttID, '
Fenetng Boards and Posts, besides many articles un
necessary to enumerate in an advorlisooiont.
riale will boeontinued until all Is sold. Tsrmsllhav.
al, and will bo ramlo known on the day of sale.
ii. oirr jnij. Assignee or it. w. uennlne.
P. 8. For sale of Heal Estate, tee handbills
OctoberSo, ItSi 3:s ....
Gazette Buildinft Public Square, Lan
I,. O. DAVIS
"O ESPKCTFUI.LY calls attention to hit excellent
assortment 01 iiarntii. cotlmrt, WHpi, Trunkt,
CtrpttBufi,lfe. His stock of Harness comprises Silver,
Brajj and Black Mounted Buic; and Carrir.ee Harnoas:
also, Waironand Plow do. nil nf which eannntbe our-
psssou in tne city, either in stock, workmanship or low
litmus. 11 v ubs also trim luing 8110 p, w nero
IJ'ieity nnd Cn.rrinjre Trimming:,
will be done oa sliort notice in superior slyle.
Lancaster, J una 28, 1855 1 j 8
SPRING GROVE NURSERIES,
IDTILE WEST OF C.lllllOLL,
Fairfield Connty, Ohio.
FRUITS ORNAMENTAL TREES
EVbRGIIL'CMI, Sllltt'IIS, UOSE8,oVc.
nnHB andersiirncd offers for snlo this Fall, the fol-
M lowing nnrsury Moca. tuuu Churl Tritt, Hlaml
ardand llwnrf; tow Pear 7Vr. standard and Dwarf,
(a portion of the above bore fruit this season): 40U0
Jlpple Trent, standurd and Dwarf; ISiiO Piacket;- S00
Plum;Apricote andA'eetarine,tc.; 10.IHJ0 Kvergreen
of tome 30 varieties; 5UU Rosea of tke meet ehoiee vori-
cues ji tmtti eelcelton of Green-House Plants.
Octoburs, I8S4 3wS9 SAMUEL COFFMAN.
BLANK HOOK MANUFACTORY AND
, Dook Dintlei I-nncnstcr, Oliio.
Up Ortlcos, Justices' Blanks,
Dockets, Double and 81nirlo
Kulry Ledgers, Journals, Day
llouks, &c, aVe. Also, Book
Hindiiiir of evory duscrlptlon
dono in a most satisfactory
si; io. .
All orders,lij- loiter orolhor
wise, nromnllr attended to.
Ordersfor Binding can be loft nl llioGmolto Office
oraltlio lllndory.on Main Street, lu tha room former
ly Occupied by Col. P. Vnn Trump, as a LnwOHlco
and iieurly opposite Dr. Kruidcr's rosidenco.
Djcember 14,1631 3'J J. KUSSELL.
Ibor lias nnrchased the nix
1aHb subierlbor lias purchased the nbovo proporlv
. and Is now prup ired to do custom work as we'l
and Is now priip.ired to do custom work as well
as morchant work. The milt hns been well rcunlrml
and Is lu good order lo do work In either way. ile la
ulso prepared In buy whom nt all limes, or Hour llio
snino rnr customers, ir Josireil. Ho has employed an
Tspimriircu miner, anu win ronuor general sattsfuc
irTThoDlstillory.wlth alt Itsmaclilncry.lsforsnlo
togother with Boiler, Tubs. ore. Tho Kuw-mitl ad
joining It Is also for snlo.
rerson" wisnmgtu buy town lots can bffnerortrmo
dated. The proprietor can ntall times bo found at
uismifrin iiocKvuie, or n iiisfnrm. miles srruth
castor LocKvlllu,nud 1 imloncKlofrnrrr.il,
August e,. Ir5.1. 3mlJ . '
pujipsi ruMirj PUMrsTM
DR. HOCKEY, afturan eirrlence of fourteen
ryonrsin tho mnnufneture of Pumps, and a tbo
roiiKhinrestlgntlmi into llieir dnrubiflty, feels confl
dout ho cuu now rircaiioud his
Superior Fmicy Wootl Fnmp
asbelngtiirpnssodbynniio mnnufnsturcd in tIMs" rw
gion of eoirntry. Uavlng boen tliorrrugif la.tnd by
the oldest cltlaons In thisand-adjoining countios,tliey
have bwen unnnltnonsfy proneiineed superior to all
blhcrs and fursurpawiag the Chain Pump in dura
olllty. I wftr promptly uttond lo all ordersglven ver
bally or sent try mail. Persons desiring an excellent
and durable Pump will plonso call, as I fuels confl
leutllintl can render entire satisfaction. None arjft
genuine ewapt those miinnfnctured by tjie' Under
signed, nsho istiiesoleisroprietor.
Llthopolls.Miiy3l,ltsiJ3ni4 . B. ROCKET.
THE undersignod hns opened in Urn VThlto Build
ing, a fow doors West of tbo Hocking Vnlloy
Bank, a well assorted Stock of Druiaaml modi'
eine which he offurt lo the public at verv fuir
prices. 111. U. HINlL'R.
Lancaster, October S3, leSJ 53tf
CHOICE CITY LOTS FOR SALE.
IWILLsell FOURof the most beautiful and valuable
Lots in the I lly, containing 00 feet front each, by
about 170 feet dee'p, situated on Cntum bus Ktrect, lin
modiatcly North of tho Rov. John Wagonhalt, and
bounded by Allen Street, on the North and by a S3
feet Alloy on the rear, being tha hlglietl location on
said street. Tho abovo Lots aro woll Inclosed, and
curbed and puvud with Gravul on Columbus Street,
and planted with Shades Trues. Thoy will ba sold
seperutuly or together. Prleo reasonable, one-half
lu hand aud the balance In one and two yours with
Interest. T. U. WtUTK.Juo.
Lancaster, October 25, 1P5S lm2S
C. . BARLOW, M
OFFICE In Tallmadge lllock, Main Street, Untas
Prof. C. 11. Williams, M. 1).
II. P. Gntclii'll. M. 11.
.A. O, Hlnlr, M. U.,Columbns.
J. H. Pulle.M. D., Cincinnati.
I AM at nil timet prepared to furnish LOOKING
GLASSES In Mahogany, Walnut or Rosewoot
Frames, Looking Glass Plutcs, Picturos Frames, die.
Also, Gilt Fruma, Glasses of all sizes and styles.
Portrait Framos, Picture Frames, and a ganernl si-
soclincnlof Plotiirusand Oil Pulutlngii, at wholesale
and retuil, uttlte lowest prices. . J.C.GEST,
no. u west rourtu stroe;, Cincinnati, Ohio.
. Marchd, lt4 44 .
, . REGULAR MEETINGS: '
LANCASTER I.OllGF., No. 37 Oct. 93, IMS
CHAPTER, No. H S3,
ENCAMPMENT, No. 9 " 30.
FebraaryS3,lo33. O. STE1NMAN, Recorder.
Desirable City Property for Sale.
k rrHAT detlrable property located on Whoel
! I Ing Street, corner of Broad Alley, being 100
JLfeel on Wheeling by 100 feet on Broad Alley.
etidenee contains t rooms, kitchen. Outhouses, dec..
with all the conveniences of a family residence also
a new and convenient Carponter'a Shop, Smoke Uouae,
Stable, Torms:reaaonuhlo, For farther particu
lars enquire of LITTLE dt iMiKSBACUS.
ciancaaier, July , less
THE subscriber ro,pectnilly Inform Ills friends and
public In general, that he has much oularged hta
STOCK OF GROCERIES, 9
as to the variety. He has Inst oponod and baa for sale
i itniiia nil 1 mm li s li ii Till r beat nualitv.
a small Mock of Dry Goods lo suit customers
all of which will ho sold low for cash orapproved coun
try produce at kia Old aland, corner of Broad ill
Winding Streets, aud ueirly opposite thei rotdwar
Hotel. I. CHURCH .
N. B. Butter, Bteon.Lard and Corn Meal wanted
Lancaster, Septomhergi, 1834 SO
arroniT ana roiiKssi.Loa at tiw, Jirrica ar
rase axn giiuit Ln asikt,
i - I.ancanter, Olato,
WILL tlve attention to the purchasing andsolllri
of Real Estate, also, to the procuring of
Ions and Bounty Lands.
OFFICE In the Brick Block, nearly opposite
Uocklng Valley Bank. ' may 10 Ifit
f Is SB
W. 1..L. 1 1.9
P T" rafs oiia, rtirfitld Cswety .
UHSUAM T to the eonmaad ofaa erdtr of sal
trout tha Coupl ..r r.nmmAM Pi-- i - u. u-
aud to m directed. 1 will offer at public aale at the
Court House In Laeeaater, oa rJ ra ui ...
Dmirnktr. 1C44, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M.
and 4 o'clock P. M.,the following deacrlbe Ileal 8a'
late, to-wli: A pan of la-Lot No I, la the tow. of
Kuthvllle, bounded and described ae follow,, bewta-ulne-at
the Southeast conu, of uld lt.li if..
the Alley; thence raonlna; West M feetsnd Iwelnehea
to the Southeaat corner of tha Owelllnt House aal
U..1, in.tmi.Dni tnroupn aaia Lou to aa to Include
the Ware House on the Horth end of eald lot le an
Alley, run nine Kasl andWesU thence East thlrty-eltbl
teet and four Inches, to an Alloy: tbencs) along said
Alley to the place or beclnnlua;.
Appraised at Two Hundred e Seventy- ve Dollars.
To bo sold as the property of Samuel Work el. sit.,
at the soil of Davtd W ilsoB and John K. Jauanaogh,
Assignees, die. Terms of aale rasb.
WILLIAM POTTER, Sheriff,
per C. M. U WISEMAN, Deputy.
Huntorand Danghorty, Attorneva.
Lancaster, November 1, 164 4w.6pf4 S
rs 5ff Oai, Fnrfitli Cnnlf. u.
PURSUAMT lo the command of an order or aald
front the Court of Common Pleas In aald coonlt.
and lo rn directed, I will offer at public sale el the
Court House in Lancaster, on SalaraVta ia Ut da mt
Z)cr, 1B53, between the hours of 10 o'clock A M
anaio-ciocK r. M., the followtnc described Real 8s.
tato,to-wtl: The one undivided half of In-Lnt fv,..
lO.lntba Csintral Apdition to the Town of Baltimore.
n pproiseu a. r ive iwiiars.
One equal undivided half of a Fraeiloi, .rt..j
coinmendng 1S3 fret North of the North sl corner
of Canal and Johnstown ISlreels, of the Towa of Bal
timore; thence North ISO feet; thence Weal f..i
tbanea South ISO rnt ihn 17. - .n r.. T" '
-w - . . lOVII
Appraisru ai eso. -
One undivided half of no ranch n iil.r. w.
Rokohl's addition la tha town of r. in. ...... . ..' f.
North of a range line, with the line between In-Lote
" ' "iiuaro ao. x or toe cast addition ta
Baltimore. Appraised at I. uu.uon i.
One undivided half of a Fraction of rnrl i.i..-
twoen said last doavrlbad tract, and the aald bast ad.
dilion. Appraised at J. 1 "
Ono undivided half of Fraction of Land Ivin at
the Northwest corner of Out-Lot No. 3 of Rokohl's ad
dition to Baltimore; thence Enst 1 chain 71 links:
thence South 7 degrees Wests chains and 50 links
i . . . '." ""uroot most i cnain ei links: thence.
North 3 chnln353 links to the boginninr.
nppraiseu at m.
Ono undivided half ofa Vraatinn .. -
tho Southwest corner of tho Northeast Quarter or If ee-
iwUi . p . na "n No. 19; thence
ViXrfhjoi-r, S . r"j"m' "ostWIInka; thenee
North 49,-dogreee East 3 chains 5J llnksUhenee South
""oe'E"' ehalna ?S links to a stake at the Beat
u t."".1 ar.ter S,cUo" ""! "" Weal 4 chain.
M link, to the bott-lnnlns. with privilege of eonveVtag
; mo v aiioi eonvc tocrc no.j.aa
at present conveyed to tha Wool).-. w.. 7 i-
the Canal water privilege shall be continued. .
Appraised at Five Dollars.
One undivided half nrn j .L
o !uuq-S' 0t. " c'niri dditlo to Bal
timoro.with the anDnrlenancas hsinnu
Appraised atThree Dollars.
'o be sold as tho property of Jamei Brooka at alt
at the suitor Edward Calkins. nreo".-- '
terms or sale cash. WM. POTTER. Sheriff.
Hunted r,.rhr:il- ?SEMAN, Deputy.
Luncaslor, November 1, 1833 Sw
, 1833 5 w30pf7 30
PT'," f oki' ftirfieli Ctnuay.ti. '
URMUANT to tho command of an order of salat
from tho Courl of Common Pleas in said county,
and tome directed. I will offer at public aala at the
door of the Court House In Lancaster, on Saturday tke
1st fnu of Detember. 1833, betwoon the hours of 10
' ;M,nd 4 "Vines; P. M., the following des
cribed Real Estato,lo-witi .
The East half of the Northoast Qnarter of Section
number Nineteen, Townshipnumber Seventeen and
Rango uuiubor Eighteen, conlslnlng Eighty-two acres,
more or less, and appraised al per no o.
Also, me west half of the Northwest Quarter or Rec .
iionnumoer iwonly, mwushlp number Saventea
and Range number Eighteen, Fairfield County. Ohio
containing Eighty Acres, mora or lea.
Appraisea at S4U per acre. -
To be sold as tho property of Jacob Ketner at the
suit of J. it N. Gill and others.
Terms nf sale cash. WM. POTTER, Rlierlff.
.. parC. M. L. WISEMAN, Deputy.
Braseosot Van Trump, Attornovs.
Lancaator, Ohio, November 1, 1833 Sw28pfs,5
Tke Stale of Ohio Fairficli County, ,s.
PURSUANT to the command of a 3rd onlerof tale
from Ihe Court of Common Pleas of Falrdeld conn
ty.nnil to mo directed,! will'offer at publicaale althe
Court House in Lancaster, on Saturday tt 1st earn of
December, 1853, botwoan lOo'clock . m. and 4 o'clock
p. m., tho following described Real Estato, lo-wif
Lot No. n In the Central Addition to the town 0-f
Baltimore, Fairfield County. Appraised at 1!0.
To be nti as the property of Gnorge II. Houset audt
wire, al the suit of Edward Calkin,.
Terms of sale cash. WM. POTTER. Fnerln,
per CM. L. WISEMAN, Donuty
IIosTni ft B.roMtRTv, Attorneys.
November 1, le"S3 iw26pfJ '
Sheriff' Sale. v
Tke State of Okie, Fairfield County.
Patrick lrra-, f '
... u , 1. w . , ( FlrBl)11Com.Plea,Partitlon
Michael Quirk et als. I ,
I3UH.SU ANT to the command nfan order of tsl'e
from the Conn of Common Pleas of aald County,
and In nie-illroctod. I will offer at public salw al tho
Court House in the City of Lancaster, oa Saturday tie
1st day of December A. J). 1855, between tho honrs of
10 o'clock A.M. and 4 o'clock P. li., Ihe foifowfeg
dort ribed Real Estate, to-wll: . ;
Part of Section No. 7, Township No. IS.ofRanro No.
10.be! ng also n nart ofa tract nt 1 lr.-liKi 1,,.. ,.?i
conveyed by the ' Lancaster Uteral Canal Company"
U, James U. Kcynoldxfby deed 011 record In said conn-
i) , rocorueo in uooir. o. IB and pages 290 and 2SI,
and lying on tho Northeast or lowing path side of the
Ohio Canal, and along aide of Lot number nine South
of tho Licking Summit: beginning on the outside of
Hie towing pnthal a corner which is SU foot below tha
upper end of tho atone work of said lock; thence run
ning down tho Canal parallel with said lock CO feet to
a corner which Is throe feet below Ihe lower end of
said lock; theneo Novta s4 degrees Enst to the line of
Innd botwovn eald Roynoldsand O. P. Tong to a cor
ner; thence South 44 dogreos EsstOO feet to a comer'
on said line of division; thence South 44 degroes East
lotho place of beginning, containing One Quarter of
an Acre, more or less, and being the same lot convey
od lo Thomas Quirk by James C. Reynolds and wife,
by deed bearing date AUrcb 10, 1648.
A ppraieud at T0?. '
Tenns One-third in hand, one -third la one and tfisr
remaining third la two yearr win interest from tho
dayofaale. WrLLIAA POTTER. Sheriff.
. - pot CM. L.WISEMAN, Deputy.
Hunter at Bnngherty, Attorneys.
Lancusler, Olrioj October 8S, lt)55 3wS5pf
Tke Staff of ' Ohio, Fairfield County, si.
. Abraham Eversolo, v In Partition.
Kremol... at. als.
Fairfield Common Pleas'.
I LT HSU it Nf to the command of ttd order fsnl
from the Courl of Common Pleat er said ConillV V
ond toms ivireeSed, I wiH offer at public sure af llio '
Court Kousoln Lanraster,on Saturday tat 34ik tdy if
Jf or ember, A. J). 1855, between 10 o'clock A. M. audr
4 o'clock f. f .. the following Real Estate, tWwIrr
Tho East half of the Northwest Quarter pr Section
Nr.. tl.Tiwarhip No. 14, Rango No. 19, subject to the
Dower Eslalo of Catbariut Bailor as heretofore astlan.
cd to hor by melon and bounds. .
. Appraised at (3S) thirty-eight dollars per acre".'
WILLIAM POTTER, BherllfC
By CM. L. WIS."4AN, DopulJ
HcxTiR & DACotirRTV. Attorneys.
Lancaster, Octobar 19, 1B5S Swaepf
TVrOTICK Is hereby given, that Farah Keller, Ad
minlslralor of Daniel Keller, deceased, has died
her account and vouchers In the Probst Court of
Fairfield county, Ohio, for inspection and settlement,
and that the sam will be for bearing on the 16th day
of November next, or as soon thereafter as may be.
VIHGILE. SHAW, Probata Judge .
Lancaster, October Ss, less 3 J
r . . "
.. Probate Notice. -
2TOTICK is hereby givenhal James Plctorlag
I Guardian for Thomas Morton, has died In tha Pro'
U Court of FalrSela County, Ohio, his account and'
vouchers for Inspection and settlement, and that said
account will be for hearing on tho 10th day of Novem
ber next, or aa noon thereafter at may be.
VIRGIL E. SHAW. Probata Judge.
Lancaster, Ohio, November S3, 1C55 3wS9
SOTICK Is boroby given, that tho account of Wil
liam Brown, Administrator of the Estate of Farah
r. doceasad, and also the account of William Hm- '
ton. Executor of John Hutton, deceased, hat beei ti
ed tn the Probate Court of FatraVld Couoly. Ohio, ror
Inspection and eottlement, and that sal accounts aro
aet lor bearing on tha 19th day of November aoxt, o
os too a thereafter aa may be convenient.!
VIRGIL E. SHAW. Probate Judge.
Lancaster, October 18, 1834 3w24 .
- Estate of George Heii.
TVTOTICB It horobv given, tkat the snbsrrlhar t
l been appointed and qualified as Executor oa tho
Heis, deceased, late of Fairfield
County, Ohio, data
dated this 13th day of October. 1M3.
Oct. IB, 1H5S 4WS4
' Estate ot Henry Frietner.
NOTICE Is hereby given, that the undersigned hao
been appointed and nuallded aa Administrator
on the Estnto of Henry Friosner, deeeaaad, late of
Falrdeld County. Ohio. Dated at Lancaster, this 13tbt
day of October, 1H55. SAMUEL JACKSON...
October 18, lt&i 4w24
"TOTICE in hereby given that tho undersigned was
11 on the eth dny of September 1853 duly appointed
Ad minlslralor of the estate of John Jonea,lato of Falr
deld County, deceaaed, by the Probata Court of said
county. All persons Interested will take notice as
GEO. HALDERMAN, Adsa.
Lancaster, Sept., IS, 1835 3wl9p.
Eatnto of Begtatak Cvady.
HOTICE is hereby girea, that tho underalgned ha
been duly qnalided aa Executor of Ihe Estate of
Ina Gundy, deceaaed, and all persons who aro In
debted to said Estate will tent forward and make
Immediate payment, and those wbo have claims a-
gainst eald Estate will present them to the undersign
ed for allowance, duly authenticated within one year.
October 11, 181 lw HENRY LEONARD.