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8Ce Lancaster teirfie
' CITY op laucasteh. 7'
Thursday irianilng. Nov. 13, 1S55
Principleof tha American Party ol Ohio.
1. The unlimited Wriritm Rtllglon disconnect
1 with polllle Hoetlllly to ecclesiastical tiiflilnuou
upon the affair of Government Equality of right
tn all naturalised Kmigrantawhn are tknrougktj Am
tritmnixt f, and we owo mo temporal allegiance, by
reason of their religion, higher lu.a that of tlt Cou
tltutinn. J. No tnterforoaeo with the rlgliUof cltlnhlp al
ready fiutril by Foreigner, and the protection or
law to ell who honestlv emigrate from love-of liber
ty; bat the oxolosion of foreign petipev noil felbwi.,
anil reussl arises! tkt rifkl mf t all
cams htrtuftir ontll limy ahall have roided SI yours
in th U. State and complied with Nulurullr.tlou
1. Opposition to all political organlxstlen eompo
cJ icf,fele- jr.rsigaare, d ti 'erirn V'(i
rarv Casaiss, mn4 f all alleieet la xefif I As
tiiilt rum Hchotli tttfptrui y la Oeesrn
atsaf. 4. Slavery It Jc not 'iailt we oppose in
extension In any of the torrltorlo.'aml the Increase of
In political power ly tha admission Into tho Union of
any Slave Ktata or olherwiso, ami wo demand of Ilia
O.'unrnl Government an Immediate rodros of tha
great wrong which ha"--tru Innlrlod upon llio
came of Freedom and the Ameriean character by
tha ropial of tha Missouri Compromllse, and the In
troduction of Slavery Into K.usn In violation of law,
ly fore of arm, and tha destruction of tha elective
. k in hiimhta Imitation of tha wladom of Washlng-
ail intervention in toe iii,ii
I ai m ill a ii a i mm m a uavsna la ua
ul rulu.it ! as we state; and there is no dm I
in trying to ohungo it. Tha Imli Cituol-I
io voters, especially tlio more ignorant part I
of them, aro strongly pro-Slavery they
hate n nun with a colored akin; and regard
LU advanco in sowl prosperity with mor
It is impossible at this early tiny to
spank with any degree of certainty of the
almiij tilings nny title, or what couno it
will lie best topursuc in rcgis-d to Ilia Pres-
id-intial election. Tlia next session of I
Congress Will doyalop3 naw thing4, and
give a currant loovents. A gomroon safe
ly, no J a common liopo may, and we trust
will loud to a grcatar harmony of scnti -munt
and a closer unity of action on the
part of tho opposition. Ona tliinsj is evi
dent tho recent flections in Ohio, New
York, Massachusetts, Louisiana, and Ma
ryland have stricken terror to. tho hourts of
the A lminis'.ration pti'ty. They are not
to hnve so eay a victory next fall as they
anticipated; and if the opposition olements
A TItIP TO TUB WEST.
To lit JltuJnt of Iht Oast lie:
C03I2IEE2IAL I Jf TELLIO S C.
.Mcr i:l(.-vU. a. "
Tlic rSiiUiinriro lWTi. recti od ksl
liii'tit. came freir-l.te,l with felurna of tl.n '
Aiiwapromiea uy irionaMacIJioy fci int. clcct.on in th:it Stale. TLo Ara- Gazmt 0n, Nor. 15, IC.r.3.-Oar
in his lust number, that I woulj (;ivo a eiicau party have gained an over wlmlm- J quolationa thin moruing are a fullowa:
ketch ot my travel ana a description ol ' mn i.i.m wiutra;nui riour, ojgsii.wi
iho Ye,lern cnn.rr, I will now Kive y,u tf.?. V"rj ,aT ""W .""r ' V"?'1 75:, 0hU' rJ!0'
. , i- , , llRVi er''' vory CVnrtNo,,al dtiict. seed nut; Timothy cd, 2.(K)fi 4.00; f b
nuui. iiuuuuu in in j j'lam viiiwiijr mill.
save one. Maryland v.iil to mrv6;ntt'(J j roUiocn,. 2ci-ntH; FI;it' ocd. lMct: Hat-'
Uf lbs Fcmi-Ai.iijl Ktt'BMl of thf irJr asd
j cubeliiiwu ut
THE HOME IN3UKA3CE COMPANY,
of the Cltyf Kaw Tort.oa JaawM, Wii.
7 f.l ffr. P i naianro or n ivtoii jut uocaniwr lat,
O , JJ tiV l,W i a.. rliail.iloflh.ld.l. aTiilJK? 7
to i jinlry liif than aiia llnated
Mioialod at rv4. a tt,rtla
birb haa aiut bdon paid.
d of writing, as promised. On tLo 52J I in iLa neii IUxim cf llprfM,uiives by i ter, l'i(;i5c; E C-i3i-f ntii; Suit, 2,C0 Ai'untofPr0iuiur.i, on
ay of OcluWr I took the cars at this place I Jv Americana and one V US, Mr. Bowie, j ISeins. mnio; Sapn, $tq Or;: VfT--, l'Vl'.V.iTo i,ut'M,:o7
Let us bide our time.
irvn wi nnrwtalA
Foreljtn Slntet; yt ou nil proper oooa.tons, we win niiitnd ria wx hon.t fln.w inov lin
not withhold our aymyath; from any iiooplo aspiring Can De UllUOQ, as we liopo tliey may 00,
wTaannort American lndn.tr, and onlu. a- will b SUre of agreat national defeat.
Iiainat the adrarae policy of Porelm nation and
iMlltloa to Intornal and external eommnroo by the
Improvement of Rivera and Harbor and the con
traction of National Koada uniting the vurioua 9cl
iona of th Unioi,?
7. The Uinof tae tl tkauld aldtpirpttu.
al m faitkftl alUfiaiut la ( Clii"ii-
8. In State policy we iealonly advocate il(rt
total aad R'frrm modlflcatlon of the pronr-nt op
tiremlre yitem of Taiatlou and a Uboral aystoin of
Publie Schoola. .......
To our Frlondi nnd Patrons.
'the last number of the OuzeiU oomple-
tcd the first six months under the prosont with hinj, nnd said, Mr.
Executive Corruption. .
A few days sinco a prominent merchant
of Washington city, says the American Or-.
gan, who had a bill against tho Treasury
Department, for goods furnished the De
partment, called and presented tho bill.
Tho clerk entered freely-into conversation
, I understand
proprietorship. ', Although we pnrohasod you are opposed to tho administration. To
of Mr. Slaughter tho entire unsettled ac- which tho merohant replied, yes, I havo
counts of the office on the Subscription always bscn a Wliig. IJut, responded tho
Books, yet we have baroly collected enough clerk, that is not nil. What then is the
to pay tha current expenses of the ofiioe, chargo? inquired tho merchant. I am ia
which woro necessarily heavy during the. formed, said the clurk.that you aro.a Know
campaign, - Nothing, an 1 havo been directed to pur-
In many cases the entire subscription chase nothing from, you injuture. This
for the last two and a half years is yet duo, clerk is a subordinato of Peter G. Washing
and the greater portion of our Advertising ton, Aisistant Secretary of the Treasury.
and Job Work standi unsettled. In this somo fow weojS back, a clerk in the ci-
.preenrions financial state, we aro compel- ty post-office called upon this same raer-
jpd to call on our friends for their dues, chant, and requested him to renounce the
We have placed our accounts in'tho bands Amerioan party, and plodging liis word,
'of Mris LEVJiBiNa,.Eq., who is duly au- that if ho would, ho would sec.ire him con-
thorir.ed to rocoipt for us. We hope our tracts wi ih Ihe Ooneral Government, from
.. . , xns piiksjde.vcv. which ha might roalizo a handsomo fortune
Tho Cincinnati Gazette, irt commenting Hora is an actual attempt to bribe and cor-
for Kock Island. Panning Cincinnati, the
tomb of tho lamented Harrison, Lawrence
burgh, Iudianopolis, Lifnyctte, Chicngo,
I the trarJon city of the West, and many
other flourishing town", lauJod at Jlock
Island, a beautiful city, situated on the
banks of tho Mississippi, on the Illinois
side, wiih a population of six thousand, on
Wednesday morning. On tho Iowa tide
of the river is the flourishing town of Da
venport,, with , a population of seven thou
sand- From thence I took a steamer down
to Muscatine, a distance of 32 miles; then
commenced tho old fashioned way of trav
el by stage, on tho slow line.. After lea
ving Muscatine, wo ascended a li ill some
two miles, then commened the rolling
prairios, finely improved, which was ome
thing new to mo, the scenery almost
eclipsed aiy eyes; howover, I will try
and not deviate from the truth. The next
town vre reached was Iowa city, nt present
the 'seat of Government; from thence to
Fort Dosmoines, passing many new and
thriving towns. On two occasions we got
our breakfast at ono oclock m the day.
and dinner at on9 o'clock at night. Arri
ving at Fort Desmoincs nt ono o'clock Sun
day mornin?. After breakfast I met Mr.
the lioUM! of Jj.-l.-l.Mit5 ut conirvmflil nf : 1 2at .Vv T..a. WKii. 1 1K- kfulokai-a .r,.),-!m :
' ... e i - 1 . ... ..... . ;f
cve.i'.y uur nieniucrs; u lar as beard ' U;iar, Bae.lO , Lite 1 leli. 13 ilollar per .
from,, furty-uitio Americaai havo Iwen : barrel; pickfrel 10,!0to 12,00;Kii:rnji9;
:hoM-n, and seven Democrats. The whoU) 1 Viiierr. I8a25 centr:: Tobacco. 25.;35ets.
Amerienn ticket is. chosen in IViUimore,
by iimjuri;i-R inuring from COO to 200.
We shall probably, by to-moirow, be able
to give tho exact voU In evtv county in
the State. Henry May, the Democratic
candidate, who ran nzainst H. W. Davis
for Congress, was an exceedingly popular I tJiuV,"'1
man. The election of Mr. Davis must be I ln tie .iit
regarded as the great featuro of the can
vass. I'icvious to the election; Hon. Rcv
erdy Johnson and Governor Pratt, now
U. b. isenator, came out in opposi'.ion to
the American party. Senator Peirce ap
pears to have taken no part in the election.
The American carriod the State by their
own indomitable will, perseverance, and
popular strength, and have given a severe
blow to tho Administration. It is said
that large Funis of money have boon lt
by the ofliceholders inWashington and Bal
timore, which wcro bet upon tho re-'
New York Electiok. According to
the figures in the Tribune, Ileadley's (K.
N.) plurality for Secretary of State hi 13,-
050. The New York Exorefs nukes tho
Legislature stand as follows:
Sfnate, 13 Amoricans, 13 Republicans,
3 Hard and 3 Soft Democrats; Assembly,
35 AroerioanS, 31 Republicans, 41 Demo
crats of all shades. Neither party will
Hay, 9.700('iCQO; Tallow. lO.t per IV
Whisky, 33o; Wool, 20a33c.
Andrew Foust and David Cunningham, of j have a majority in either Senate or Asem-
... . . ' 1.1.. 'P1. i r.. .i. . n- : iff
ijijr.. luumiunis tor uie oiueers in jmw
York city havo not yet ail been counted. -t
Flagsr. (Dem.) is elected Comptroller bv
from 300 to 500 majority. Willelt (Dem.')
has 2.500 plurality for Sheriff over Toone
(ft.. .belah (Dem.) is chosen Cora-
, i i .1..
uron a two ana. a nan column articio ou
' lliia subiect in the National Era'makes the
following just remarks:
Wo have real it with soma care, and
rupt a man with government patronag-3.
This is no more rumor; wa have the facts,
names, day, nnd date, all of which will bo
furnished to any friend of tho administra-
whilo we agree with it npon the question tion, who will daro deny the statement.
of extonding the area of African slavery; we This is not asolitary instance, it is anev-
dissent iii toto from tha moans which it ery day occurrenco in this city. Govern-
would employ to prevent so groat an evil, ment patronago is ofTerod to individuals to
Tho article was evidently written bofore induco them to abandon principle, honor,
tho late cleotions in Massachusetts and and honosty. Bribory and corruption ai a
NewYoTk for it is clear that tho article
anticipated the success of tho Republican
party in both, of .those States. Tha Era
would have us nvike the question .of slave
ry tho sole issuo in tho Presidential olection
jthor quation3. aro as dust in the balanco
with this. , Upau this issup tho Era be.
iiovos tho North would bo triumphant, and
that the canliJtte embodying this solitary
principle would be sure to be elected.
While wa wjuII not support a candidate
w!io ftvora I tho ex'.cnMon of shivery, and
woulJ nst exercise tho pweranl palron
ajja of the Gjvarnmiiit ftrr that .purpose,
wo aro notproptral to say that wa would
support oni who repros3iitod other ideas
bisi la this isjlata 1 one of the rion-exlen-sion
of slavery. We lay it down as a fixed
f.lct, tliat the Democratic Convention will
nominate candidates-pledged to extend the
institution, and adopt a platform ultra re
stuictive of the rights of tha free S'atosjbut
it by no mians follows that tho opposition
mast imitate them in a diroctly opposite
oourse, or- baaama thay say black, wa niust
siy wliuo. Tnoro is a midaio course,
whiuh if followji, nity leal, aiil nlost
likoly would, to beneficial results. '
Tlu Era thinks it is highly iirlp'irtan't
for tlia Ripublioads to out loasa from the
- Amarlpati puty. In lea J, it is difficult to
say which it rogirds as tha greatest evil,
the American patty or extension of slave
ry. It denounces ono as bitterly as the
other, and at as proat alenirth. AJvioo of
this kind is mere lunacy. Without tho
aid of the Anurioan party, Ohio could not
havo baen, and cannot ba, carried against
tho Damocratio party. Tho American
party pioper is stronger to-day, in both
Ohio and Indiana, than tho Republican
party. Tho lato elections in Now York
and Massachusetts demonstrate that the
s irha is trua as regards those Slates. Both
(ho Republican aril tha Amerioan parties
are opposed to tho Demooratio party, and
will enter the Presidential arena dutermin
ed to defeat it, and grasp from it the soep
tre of power. It should be tho aim of both
tho American and Rapublioan parties to u
hi to in tho support of tho sam'a candidates;
not to divide and waste their strength, as
. recommended by the National Era. With
a union of the Amerioans.Rapublicans and
6ld line-Whigs, and with the nominations
bf good men for President and Vice-President,
the country can be Carried from'
Maine to Georgia against the Democrn'tic
nominees, And allow a very large per cent
age of waste for the chipping off of per
sons who oppose the Amexiean o'rgaiiiza
the weapons of this administration.
The Coming Qiieatioiu
When Congress shall meet, the ques
tion of Slavery extcntion, brought upon
tho Country by the repeal of tho Missouri
Compromise, will ngnin bo up. Tho con
dition of affairs in Kansas forces it on with
a power that cannot be resisted. And
who shall now stay tho excitement which
is sure to follow .' We are not clear that
it is desirable, under tho circumstnncos. to
attempt to hush tho storm. Tho question
has beeii got over and around heretofore
by. compromises based upon mutual con
cessions honoroble alike, it was supposed,
to all sections. These havo beon ruthless
ly set aside, and wo are again brought face
to face with the naked question of Slavery
extension. The conservative men of the
country have seen the danger a long way
back, snd the measures of 1850 were ad
opted under the honest conviction that in
them was a "finality." We who sustained
these' healing measures have been deceiv
ed, cheated. Though all these compromi
ses, from 1020 down, have been bnsed on
tho principle that Congress had the power
to restrict and control Slavery in tha Ter
ritories, it is now contended that no such
power exists that the right to enslave is
an itinerant riijlit lost kjlavcry carries
with it political piwcr undar tho Q onsli
Union, and that therefore it stands above
restraint by legislation.
Those who tako the opposito ground aro
styled "abolitionists," Abolitionists of
what ? Aye, that is a question which has
not been answered. They aro "sectioftal
ists" too. Then what aro the men who
force this sectional question on the coun
try 7 And so wo might proceed througl
tho catalogue of political crimes ending
with "disunion" that aro arrayed as the
conscquenco of resistance of Shivery ex
tension, We of tho free Sta tes have re
treated before the coming question until
wo can get no farther. Let it come. To
Congress, or to the llouso of Representa
tives, we look for deliveranco'. 0. State
Thksiatenkd Civit, War lx Kansas,
The swindle by means of which Freedom
was to bo '"crushed 6ut" of Kansas is pro
ducing its legitimato nnd foreseen con'so
nuonces. Slavery, with a fixed purpose of
establishing itself in Kansas, pursues its
obioet reckless of consequences. The St
Louis Democrat says:
"Tho Missouri Borderars are canvas
sing the propriety of an nppoal to arms
We have to-day had the oportunity of con
versing with one or two gentlemen who
We may as well m'&ko up our mind now have just oometrom that section oTiheblate,
i .i t .1. 1 1: . r i - . . i - .
as at any time hereafter, that the ' Demo
cratic party will keep within its fold, as it
has done heretofore, tho almost entiro for
eign yote. The New York Tribune ac
knowledges this fact. There is no use to
try to win their affections from the Dem
ocracy. They aro thore, and there' they
will remain. True thoy are not all there;
there are many Protestant Irish, and Ger
mans who voted on our side, and will rote
So again and again. . The Catholic vote,
liowever, is with the Democrats. There
(ire-individual exceptions, but, as a gener
and they report the public feeling aa being
of the most intense and alarming character.
One of the gentlomen remarked to us, 'You
mcfy look for a ctvu tear tn less tliaii twenty
The only excuse or pretext for 'civi war
arises out of tho determination of citizens
of Kansas to govern themselves. All thoy
ask is that "Missouri Bordorers" shall let
Milton Noel was drowned in the Scioto
river while crossing at a ferry about two
miles above Portsmouth, on Thursday last
lie was a worthy-man, just married, and
was much respected in that city.
this county, who had purchased each, a
tract of land in Story county, forty miles
distant from Fort Desmoines, and were
about to start to see it, in company with
Mr. Stutzman, tho Land Agent through
whom they had purchased, and two gen
tlemen from Wheeling, Va., under a pro
mise that Iirj would showthem the land.
They requested ma to accompany them,
which I consented to do. We slopped for
the night at a village called Iowa Center,
with the proprietor of the town; of our
supper and lodging I will not speak. We
took an early start in tho morning, in
search of tho land, and surveyod the 'roll
ing prairios all day; occasionally seen a
doer passing, nnd prnirie hens in largo
numborM. Tho land was of the best qual
ity, black soil from two to six feet deep,
with beautiful rivulets parsing, supported
by never failing springs. I was eo well
pleased that I made my selection adjoin
ing that purchased by my company, being
alljof the same quality. Wo together took
thirty-seven hundred acres', within five
miles of Nevada, tho county sent of Slory
county, a town with a population of about
five hundred. We then returned to Fort
Desmoinos, where I found several of my
acquaintances, among whom was friend
James Sherman, originally from this place.
I think Desmoines the best business town
of its population I ever saw. From what
f could seo and what I could gather from
others who had (raveled through different
parts c'f the Sta'.o, I am fully satisfied that
there is mora good land in Iowa than any
one state in the Uuion.
I would say to all those who are toiling
in cultivating the rocky hills of this coun
try, and others who buy one, two or three
acres of land through the oountry for the
sake of living here, that the price they pay
for each a?r would buy in the West from
twenty to forty acres, in a better state, al
ready cleared. Take my advico, and sell.
If you emit get full price, sell at a sacrifice,
and-1 will vouch that at the eud of ten
years you will be paid ten fold.
I would also say to our young mechan
ics who have families, and aro slaves to
others, gather your tools, break out, and
in the end you will have something for a
As to myself, it would be vain for mo
to say that I will go west right away, as I
have real estate here, and a poor market;
but 6no thing I will say: If any person
wishes to purchase my dwelling, my busi
ness house, and stookof groceries, that af-
v Prom tho Kew York Tribune. J '
Sw York Cattla ?lnrUe. I
WaoiciDiY. Xivitihi'r 7, 15J.
crlknr prati run mi, Kara.
i Tli are .'Id Iff the head at a price qonl
r lii-jiil f th e.tl footed wlihtof bi-.(
artera. The hid and tnllow or -firtl. ouart'-r'
lnotci'li,ta.l ill I'll nihrxi'.i it i In Ko.ton.
The Trir. t."lnv will not averse U ecnU.
Hrl quality to III cnU.
Medium ! t,-0 nt.
'orr,H, 3tci;t. '
Hut frfw anl- orer V'-i cent or und-.r eoota.-
Piti.gfOK V'ett. Cti.vK.. Tie rato at which t'-H
ralr a aru St WeaH jll for all the year, la from 4 loTe
t It,., live o.!il.
Mu,'h (Iowa. 'I he prii-e of cow depend aa much
upon fancy jt the prlt-e of Hitrjja. Ordinary cow
taym: eood fiiirco S:;sMn exlra quality with
Pltuae iaa Irian. (Tom-non Kh29?, 83:1; Kxlra
Sheep i'-r.r: Id oj be. S .;IM.
Kwisc.We.lern Uoi. corn-f -djarrcltrat quality.
, " -e i. wu-Kiili c t n; iv-i wi;u; ,nail -JB
rt'i.,At, i,77;i: Ii v. wulKiit; d-ud wi?ilit. N.-w
irx buteatiiir.d.a'a'7t-,iive wi-hrut:; 1',;c.d.-.l
welifht; New Yo-k Suit iiinll Ct--.. prim f-r market
retailing, 7(, Ve. live -!-hi: Sr. dead welj-'at.
Hevf cattle in market to day. 2.1o head.
A. M. Allerton. propriet-irof tha Wa.tilnffton Drove
Yard. rep ,rt the f altl - In tlic inaik -I l-.-ilav from th
followtire Htate: Sew 'York, 73K P.snotvlvanla. ant
(ihlo.oHl; Iii.liaua, !K, Ullnule, U7; Kui'itutty, 3Zm
1 Tii-riL lei rtrri 4r cattli rot tiii wnx.
Acvordiliff to the nporl from the a-veral uiirket
placej in tue city, viz: Mi ep &
Bsve. Cow. Veril. Ltinei. Hofr..
All-irton . 44tli-at. .8431
Market boati, dud
eon Itiver oria
.Sold to Butchur at
t Uerjun 510
r -11,-J l'ul.. l, .i. d I
lu.uraiit.t j;iu SI t!79J137 00
AmnuM of iijtere-1 icetneA and
ajrnrd fur l iwimIIm, frvw
ljt Jauuar) to lit July 81.94
C. R CAMP &. CO
V IIOLKSA' 2 DtULkHS li
HATS.CAPS AND FATICY FURS. '
IUv n w a fiiM 8tirfc.u.t Br kinf tnj iwrlrinat
Treih 9nt.t or all ktntti of
An.r.Tntof Lo4 p:ii,i during the 8
L h iMri'rrp-l
ki 4v iiHeJ.io. J.iJI iti 1151
Amt'Uht pfltH for Knpoitjj lu
elji.-CHiml-.tou toAg :bt 30,700 7 T8
' ' : Am:U
'ni. Lu'.nnrv In lfink 5jf70 SI
H'ni'l arcJ M'rt:.ife.. (tiling '
lrJt t:iM Oil ll'tui h-tttt;-! 4i7JM 00
n.-fcl KuaVe .w 4 Will Hires-
rercircU fut Frcuimra on
knWrtni jt! and nnriuid io JaW
lUiuuft In hiti'U f nsrnU aud
in ejur4j oflrauj;iiiitfroai
if mi 53
Hie.n.initt Jnf! ami unei fried
'mi jVcIi-i-. uri at oflJ-43 t.797 80
Jukf-ninr noltj fut) 9,0t0 tO
T'itu ..... W
- lAikhiUtivn. .
Aiifiuri 'M iuk, tucurrcu sua ui ir.ccu t j,,ti
.tnniiiit of lr4? reported oa irlilrii no
art f n ha ifti tai..iii
Atn'intit rtf rUhm for loa-t resiited by
Mm'a And Hora Clark, Brewe) aad Taa
Color, nntf PcaH Soft Hal, Far nud
M oot; Cloth Silk rioh,;ruiteliil
Funcy Cnpa fir Mm and Dora. '
WOLF AND FANCY ROBES,
r l,IUir.vn.H'T I IR!, , .
HATTERS' FURS, TRIMMINGS, &.C.
lowhi.-h we would rail tlu t!t -uliouoflvalcr. and
Louiili) jl-rrkMl before pux-liaelax. aa we are pro
outht,io-wn itVo.ei.u,,;.: - - eT Vi tTJi' df co 1
-V .iiuf.iivr .r, ,j Impurfjr.nf ,
WATCHES. JEWELRY: SfLVER
, AT WI10U28AI.K Al!D IIETAIL,
3oali West Corasr of Kiln and, Touta StaMts)
C'locK, YYalt'bea and JcvF.rr HepeHr.
nl and' it r ranter!,
Au'j-ilWi, lil-3ii7 . .......
do prevlou wi:ektfc37
S7 ;.-! i i4ii uia
47 ltd 4K-.-0
74 1W l?127
17 s:i s--j a?
is 741 iv,:n
SI4 1-0 '2V.VX Kl
5i 131S IW! 43S
Howard ( Dem for Street Commissioner.
Ono hundred guns were fired in. the Park
on Friday by the American party, in lion,
or of their recent victory.
Ntw JsnsEY Election, Tho returns re
ctived of thelatc election 'n New Jersey do
not hgure upmuohof aDamocratic victory
after all. In thirteen counties the Demo
cratic majority is only 1.C75. In lC53tho
same counties gave 5,222 majority on that
side. Had there been a full vote this yar,
tho Democrats would have been beaten
badly. Of the members eloetod to the Leg
islature, 31 are Democrats, 10 aro Whigs
9 Americans, and 1 Tcmpranco. Demo
cratic majority 2. That's all.
fCTI'E .-il'irriinir hiw p-r,-hdid the ehore properly!
i audi, now prep-ir.Mt to do roctora work a woji
a merc hant work. Thf mill hue been well repaired, -atid
1 in i-.,.d nriler to do work ill eiUi.ir v. 11m !
."J'-'.lj ie pivpjred to hay wheat at all llm', or flaarlh
1"s jiatiiy for rtietornur. If dfelri-d. He tie entpl,yod M
.pi'riei.ceo iu.ner.ai:a aiu rena-irg uuorai aatufac-
ii.jce f !
Av. So. per woclt'
lait year :i?J7
itmnKi t-poif bkev r.-rrLK.
Our report. how the iucreae of rei-eipt.of n-ve
. e ti i . r r. . 1 wri-, m me wnoie citv, epoa n womkit nvir
misstoner Ot ltepairs by 4,500 plurality. ajr. at 1.7s head, and l.tu doi ra noon l.t w-k.
lSVlor (Amur 1 m 1 AW1 nlnrnl itv nvpr " "'""""t 111 marset lo-oav i v.ijii 11 au.wiiion i
inj'.iur t.ADWr. lias J.OUU plurality 0cr onulrwrea.e on the averatre: whleh wa.2.W7 for oaeh
niaruui nay iat year, and 37U Inereaeo upoB the nuin-
uci,ih last veone.iiav. , ...
We have not c'tanrr-d the fltrure In nnr ouotntir.n.
to-rtiiy.xc'?pl to i-ut onll..altliouirli we are fre.. u, t
tliat tho biitrhorrfpol tllelr topplle at S3 tfr5 ahead
hotter than Ihh wetfk; hut It was owinv to improve
munt In quality and a he-.ter etlmate of wefrht. than
to an aetuul redm-tlon In the price per poond. Th-r
were twice a many good baaveiln market ycnterJay
athowHM( hi-fore. t
Ono of the Unri.t packer Tn te city wa In tnar!:el
to-day. roady to tHke up aM fair lot for hi pnrpo.e at
fic. Owner In thoeountrv .honld notealculale from
tin thntnll orl4 of tra.h vllt hrinz that nrlao Barrjl
lturettlo nhoiild weigh flW ewl. nt. and though not
very fat, Miu.t he in a-oo-1 f.ii condition for killinir,but
mav be a little coar3r thnn for market ri'tallinir.
From the preent aspect of thlrifr eonneeted with
the cattle mnrket, we r-lterrt on red vice to owner of
poor c-iltle to keep them at home; and toowaer of
tpood one tkut lliev inav'dertond upon ten cent. aol
that for extra good' ono tbero Is a f ilr prospect of a
t.itj:i.ts J. fll., I'reiident
Xe w York. Jul v tn. 'ii. A. P. W I U.M A KTI1. fte'v.
KTta or Kiw Yoaa. Couruy of Sicw ork.s.
t,ntrii: j. m irtiii. ;fre.iienl. au-l Arthur r.
Wlllmarth, Secretary of the Home Insurance t'oinpa
ny. beluKterorally torti, do depii.e and ea; tli.it iiei
f.irrL'oiosliiteiBetilortJie a3airaud cond'.tt'"U ,faid
company i vorre.-tand true.
hla-UJd CM1KI.KK J. ,M4KTI. Pcc.ident.
AK I UVit P. WlkLMAIfTIl.hu. relarr
Taken, sjh.crilied end wom to before toe thi .'iitb
duy of luly, A. i. leaa Sla-ned
l... 5. VVII.I.IAJ4 BUSTKKn.
Coinnilsiioiicr In 5w York for the M:it oftihio.
WILLIA M P. CHEKD, Agent.
Lancaster, Ohio, October So, l-as 3S9
TTVTbe !;.tillrr.wili all it mwhliinrv.te for aale.
loximirr witn u. iier. Tuba, kc. Th Kaw-inlll ad-32-01
1 .t Joining it U alor.,r aale.
Pcrwin. wl.hiuto buy towntotran be accomifio.
Ji.SCO CO j ,ti,tu,. 7m propr1e.,r ran ut ail timea be 'found ai
' (his mill in fsrkville.br on nleftfrre-.l; Millea aoulll'
tZt.Ki 6J ,ejsl of LotktUle.aud 1 lullo weet of ( tirroll.
li.tAlti. nut cu.
Aa-istS, If is. 3uiIS .
STATKMR5T 0 THK C05UITIOS OP
THE STAR INSURANCE COMPANY,
or Oj leuibur'y !i, .f.Y., ou the 1st day of July, I'M.
- On tho 31stof October at the Baptist
parsonage, by Rav. B. Bedell, Mr. Guo.
IIolsmax, Co. Auditor, and Miss Eliza
beth Kin, of this city.
That's right, Georgo. Depend upon it
there is nothing like a better half to com
fort and consola in our troubles. Though
beaten, you were not conquered, nnd have
set a commendable exnmplii. A long life
nnd a happy ono. CirclcvilU Herald.
At tho residence of the bride's mother
on tho 1st inst.. by Rv. B. Bedell, Mr. 0-
b. jniles ami iUi.s hLiz.tnETii Itrnv. .
So it seems our neighbor of tho Watch
man is cau''hl at last-is taken in the foils
of matrimony. Well, wo hope it will
make a wiser and bottor man of him, and
that as he and his better half journey thro'
litVs "varied scenes,' they may neither of
them ever hare causa to repnnt the choice
they havo made, and that happiness and
prosperity may ever 'ftttend them. C'tV
. , DIED ..
Of Lung Fever, near Blufftan.. Wells
county, Indiana, on -tho 23lh of October
last, Jons MouaAx, formerly of this coun
ty, aged 56 years and six months.
The deceased was a man of most amia
ble character, and hisdecenso will be deep
ly regretted by all who knew him. He
was for several years an acceptable Ma-ion,
and the funeral rites wero performed by
the Masonio fraternity. Ho leaves a wife
and nine children, and a numerous con
nection, to mourn his irretrievable loss.
. riilludclplila Itlat-krt.
Pimi.pit.pmia. Nov. 13. B-eailst'ifls of nil descrti
tlous lire dull: there Is very little Flour arrtttn? hut
the demand, both for export anJ home consumption
Is Uu-.lted. end to eflect ssls some holders submitted
to a concession of 25e. The Rales for shipment en
ririse burre! of standard brands at S9 9.".; sale
for Hie i pp'y ofr.Mallers ard bakers at S'J 3. 4 9 50 for
common ami coon, una gil . in for evira rascv.
Wheat In limited deii'Siiil. and a cent, lower; sale
of3 .iMmhilieltatf ' for fair and prime Ked,
Slid $2 109 IS for White.
Ke s.iitKlhnshela of We.tom sold at tl IB. and
.00 at 31 li. htbkey uu, linntjred, w Ith sm&il sules.
New YarK .TJn;rUc.
5xtv Yona. Xov-jtnbir 13 Stock are higher. Stor
lint exclianrJ d.itr?s id. hot mon-v active. Krle 4tl'-:
Diveland and Toledo 7lk Heading PaV'- raolau M S
yv.: i-onii.vivnnin i oi io. ti'; tumoortan-i vj.'i;
Gclena anil Chlcaxo ot.
Flour I quiet; salefll 0!V lnrr-l. nt Si isrt5"x for
Ohio. Wil-Olll.'1117'liil: 1-Mian bil.lic's .-ild at S3'.'ai
for solltliorn rod. Corn firm; sulei 91.000 b:lhel.
t,-i pork firm: nes son harrols at ii-X CI. Met f
ilroopinir: siil.'.-'l'l h-irm's. F.trd ha advanced; sales
siwiliarrclsatl?".!':','. Wliis'cjy hat djcllned; aalst
soo uarrois ut 311'; t! in eents.
f!ir-lX!rTi. Vorember 13. Flonrflrin: sale ofl.x
herr.its at S. Wheat snlos of .Vfl bu.hel inline
Wl.iu at 4175: Rod Is held at (1 01. live sale of
Vl hirhiilnl8Ii53e. Provisions veryqiilot; notalsa.
Whi.kev better; sales ofr-tift harrol. at 33c. Rurar
ales of in lih.1i good fair at 7o. Coffee aale ef 110
bays ut 11 413 cents.
1. Name and locality ai specified aloro
i. Trtt capital atck it
3. 'I tl- VAulUl lnct U r3.d Ul
1. 'I lid J.,4id of 4b (''jriri:iiy ar49 at foIUura:
1. mli an t.eiod Bird in lUe uaud ot
A rfiMs or oibef persona. 40
ft. Rt-al Kstata H4T
a. Hunl ' aaaa
4. iitrbt .It.! a. f.rn.jntiT teeurtvl by
Iiiortati. Offlmr flrni lieu, duly re
orirt.f whitb amount mure than
fWO.0-u.'in uixih property worth
dutiti.e ttieiuiufur wliitU aaiue ia -
3. life uti utherwUtt aecurea
6. U -btifnr tVrttmluma 9'J 39
7 All oilier accurititta, binff Eilla
i R)ceiv..Me for I'njiniuum J 914,469 63
S. Atiiouiitof liuUili(iej duo or no, doe '
. Bank i nrotlwtr rditora
C. Lt- adjil45( tlirt 4ue
7. I,itpg a.jtti' and not duo
8. Lrmi ituacjuaied
0. Li$et iti u4'.nu9 waltlnr fjnher rfOtf
10. n owittrriaiiiiiapiifisiuia i.inpaiiy.
etrapia trw msUiteai or axneoi?,
ovjrpi) ruont by rfut. or re-uiur
oiue, and obj cluim of $i40. reststsit
Thetrreaiat ainuuniitiaurud In any rj.k 9o,000 CO
12. Ttie ittfaWtl mmoutit allowed by this
rultfrihj Compuoy to oc In any onu
c'.tj , tow i. or Tlll-fja.-So rule on the
13. 5'trulea to the grofUait amount al
lowed to ho iniurod In nna olo.-!..
14. Tli2u t (f Inoorporaliou Is thj aame
as at th las; rpo.'l.
fiuU-.Tliisd tn-l roru h"fr tlili )HH ..iy of
Julv.leOJ'. KLIJ-IH WHlTK.JustUe olWijaco.
il. &. FUO'l K, i-riary.
WILLIAJl 1. CKbED, Afsul.
Lincister, Ohio. 0tol)ar3, lri33 SwVtt
CHOIf K eiTY lOBIOJt SALK,
VVILL-I1 FOL K of U.? n.oi Iwauliful end alualli
ot In ih Itv, ciiiUiiihc b(i futft front arh, t
alKi,ti 170 1": 'Hep. siiojVjd oir i otumbua 8trert, mi
medit-jlyftoriwt of'tbtf Jotn UujruriiU, ftiiI
rrf:in.tf.rty A-:n Strc '.. on th Korth uiol a tS
fcut AHy on 1h ft nt, bf lua; the lAxUuni Sm ot.
said Mri t, 1 be nln v loi ar well lirl(od. and,
vat-bed uod poT.'d with Gravel on Col'imbu Mrect,.
wia pladiiea witb iSbMdt.i Trcna. Thy will b all
5jpratr;ly or toiTv;lbr, Friva rua.Lably.one-hali'
in tine ana lu bauueo lu out ana fo vre wiia
inl rct. T. I'. VrirrK,JuD.
Lancaster, OcloWr C5, li-Ci ,
A. cT BA 2 L b w, m7 iT
(YrCV. In Tallmadce block, Main b'lroel, Uncal-
Prirf. C. II. Wllllain. H. U. t
II. P. Cateh-ll.il. H. lee,'"'-
A. . Bleir, M. U..CoIuibns.
J. II. Pelts. II. U., Clirciuuall. april IS '
s-rroaxar aari i-ortsELLea t Lf, 'rrrrr.a ar
rcscc sis oaaaasi. uss -auaaT.
I.aocuater, Obiu, - j
WILLglveaitenliowto tlse pstrcliasln; andsollirl
of Keal Kitnie. also, to the jtrocurinf of .
sloits au.1 bottntv Lnnds.
OH-' let rn the Uriwk Mock, nearly opperte
HocktllK Valley liank. wia) 1 Ksi4
NrW GaOCEET ASD HOTIOH 8T02E.
Jn.kYE parubastfd the entiro Intere:
osin toe ijroce.-y Store on the Kot
the Hutilicijuuro.hQk ofthe Ifarke
tor a regular invoice, I will make them a
present of ono thau3and dollars, and will
then soett an investment elsowliero.
Lancaster, Nov. 13, 1855.
A Monitions Scheme.
yVe learn front tho Madison Argus that
a body of desperadoes lately attempted to
blow up a railroad train in Wisconsin.
Their plan was to sink a joint of stovepipe
filled with powder and stoppod up at the
end, under the track; to have a train of
powder leading from tho mine several
yards alongside of the track, and then a
long on the trnok, mixed with percussion
caps, so that when the locomotive crushed
nnd ignited tho caps, and fired the train
of powder, the passenger car would bo di
rectly over tho mine, and suffer a destruc
tive explosion. Some of the conspirators
havo been- arrested, and at least fivo of
them Will have an opportunity to expinte
their offedse in the penitentiary.
The Sanduskey Union, the Democratic
organ in that part of Ohio, regards Senator
Atchison, of Missouri, as "amadman and a
fool combined.' What does the Union tako
the Administration nt Washington to be,
whioh lias been guide! and controlcd in
its Kansas policy by this same Mr. Atcu-rsos?
ft Fi XV C A. B 11
ivr.vr iti;siivn,i,i;, oino.
"W"70ULP renpftotfnlly Inform tho citizens orKa-rt
V and Y.'otU Kiohvlilo and vicinity, lhatbe Ujut
roci'lvlnp nnd opening from the Eastern CHioa,an en
tiro now.dc well auleclod Stock of Goods comiatiut; of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Drngs& lye Stulls, Queens & Hardware,
Iitit, (Taps, Itonnets, lloot and Nhocs,
and a general variety of NOT IONS, which lio will sell
leper cent below usual rates for cash or its cquivolent
in any kind of Produce., and hopes L-y prompt atten
tion to business to merit a share ol publio pstronse.
Pluarccall and oxamiuo my .Stock and prices beforo
Vi'ould also Inform tho Ladles that she Is prepared for
Millenary in nil its Branches, .
being an experienced hand, sbo wilt guarantee satis
faction to all. West Kushville, Oct. 1, If 55 'Jmi.-4
FOll TlfE WHOLE A'ORlV. '.
New Orients HTnrkct.
Saw OnatiN,Novemher10.-rottoii declined t;nn
ilor Iho Inllilenceof the stiiiiiars news. Snle of 3-000
Aisles at 7 Viji,' for Middling. Molasses se.t,'. Stir-
flifx Oi.cin. Xoviml'r 13. Ms Pork la active
atSld Sugar has adrancod Vi oeiit.
Bct.TtMoxe, Novouilnr 13 M Floor slil at
Wheat and Cern are unchanged.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
. , . ov T:lB i
Falrflclil Couiily Savliigs Inatltute.
' Koveoiber 1, ViS.
Xote and mils Discounted
Due from other Canks
, 9i.ie 50
FcsiOTf. Wo learn from tho Indiana
State Sentinel that Gov. Wright's lady
has presented him with a pair of twins
a. boy and a girl. Ho has named tho first
Kentucky, and the latter Indiana.
Marking Newspapers. The Postmaster
General has decide that a ponmark made
over or opposite to an article in a newspa
per, with the sole object of calling attention
to the article, will not subject tho paper to
ra letter postage.'
A writer in the St. Louis Republican says
with some truth that Omaha City, tho cap
ital of Nebraska, is the beat one year old
town that he ever saw?
Chapman') Oroat Discovery,
rilll! MONTHLY RAlSnOW, or Chapman' Pre
I Calculation for Elemenlary Changas,bacd upon
tiio discovery ofthe physical Inws and harmony of
electrical ac tton pervading tho nolur system, as In
volved in tlio differing effects of light modified (or
polariaed) by differing anglos of reflection ona largo
scale. This Important discovory ofthe laws of nature
which regulate the changes of the eloments, cou.li
tutesa subjectof magnitude and Importance, poriicps
unsurpassed by any other on the pages of historic re
cord. The surprlslngoccnrncy with which Lir. Chap
man I enabled to nre-enleulato all elementary clnng
e predisposing more to storms, earthquakes, auroras,
Ac, and also atmospheric chsngoa within the hour
for each day, months tn tne iiiiure, aim mo puysicai
elreclsnn llio heulln, fcnllngsnuo numnrs ol niaiiK)liu,
must be admitted by all unprejudiced minds to bo of
mie oiner nan. -Dividend
19. K ue
si i yi
. SB 510 24
" V $154. VO 4'
A. C. VOHTHIXGTOX, Casl-.ler.
jonx I). JACKSOS.
uteres! of Jen T.v-
lutha vsi corner
I khall at all times take olessure io serving theMu
customers of the ustablbhmeataiid fuy friead wiih a
Choice selection of (ironerlcaoli.iui, &c
My new supfily has already airlved to which s Invite
spjcialattntioli of customer. . My prices will be as
low asany other similar establishment In the rlty. 1
am a new heginner and hope to bava.a liberal share
or the public patronage. JirHN 1). JACKSON.
Lauca.tjr, August ti, UU U J
. i BR. Ii- S. FIM.EV,
0fSS bis profi-silon.'. swrrice to the e.t'.li'na
of Laseutcr and It. vicinity.
As this system of medical nrae-leel new to ma of
in this place.it may be decmeil nroMir to give a tw
of !u distinctive feairea. .
'i h. ,,r ib. Iciuil 1 ahandoaed- tf a nreatic
fraught with evil onsejueneeai and a ui.toral d.le-
tion more aate ami enectuai auaativineii, y merea..
Ing the vartoes aecretiofis and exeretioaa of tlse bedj;
thin reduelnff the elreulation tossy deslruble ex
tt. and avoldintfeffeeluatly the abetractloa or aims-.
auli-.uof any vital or luvigoraUus prloc-liie l tae
For the pols-.nons mineral me-lluiact hare Wfnre J-.-f
c-otunioH use the more genial medii Ines a now pre
iarcd In a eencentra'.ed aud purely niedleluj form,
from tne vea-uvabl klnirdom. are only admitted Into
practise, being more thorough and eBteteirt ess-nee,
ui.d always underlie enure control fvo (irwetitl'jn
er; bi:t uioler ne elroumstanees eepehie of iiroduelng
am of the disastrous results saen in every evmianaltf
whure oalomel and a'laush medical agcnU have bees
OBIce i'aUaicdge Uomae, ever White 4k Latia'a
St.. re. - .
i:stJsnev. Samuel Carpor.era,TJToadrar.
0;t t, 1S5. ly.
WIMIAM II. KIXO, ... ,
HAS raltirnd to the city, where he export to re
main permanently ID the practice of his profession,
urasefal for past favors, hu hop-is by attention to busi
ness to m-jril the patronage of hi old friend, and the
pub",-generally. Office, Jieiu Street, two doors Ksjal
ofthe OkioKagle. Ir.caat.r, July le, l5i 3m 11
Xo, It, Ilrttt Fonrth Street, C'iaciunuti, U.
NEW STORENEW G'00D8.
v . lio I "B ,
nARJnst received nad Is now epsalag a general
assortment of US V OWODfi of every varlert
usually found In Dry ttoodi trad,enslstlBglnpart of
Cnlicon, PriHtft, I.atvn, Gitighome,
nrownaud Bleaehed Wu'lins; 5,0 lOiiaarShaettsigs
Black and Faney Urs Silks; Delanes; Dkrnges;
Alpaccas,plnin and figured;
Llnon and Silk Handkerchiefs nnd Crtvatet.
lionnctsaiid Bonnet Kll.hmt; Clnthsand Ceslmeres
SatinetsaiidFlanuels; Checks, Tisklugs, and
Men'. Snmraer Wnre of All hinfle,
tngotlicr ith a variety of other goods for t.ad!ri snd
Gentlemen. All of which have been pnrehased at
ry low prlces.fk will ke ennntlj low lor dtf
covxTt.r pnonrcx o.vtr.
rf in store will be found two doora West ofthe Talr
Bold County Savings Institute and epposlte Shtfr'
Hotel. Lancaster, Ohio. nay -it, leosei
e-it'5.'"-iS ItF-iVWr, rtr.
AT FliKIGHT STATIOX.C. W. A 1. B. C4)M
WILLI AM nik-ilKlli Agent.
rFlHlCompanyhavereeeatlyehanged the leeatuo
I of their om.e as above. Meeaeaa-era leave Lan
easlerdally per Train overC. W. ek X. Mall Ho.,
afforiitng tne best laeuuiee roe sne promi. emi.
he, eouvevaareor parcels and freight to all PIM
gait and Vi est, alto f..r the eollrcrlen of Xotee, Crarta,
iftcounu. and fur making pareLaaeaor Use exeemslon
of (.ommieeloi, generally.
.Lt will be made.
,.- , i i I 1 ,r T , V . u T 1 s
MATTHltW ffAUlf I a...,--Laneester,
angust M. lt fa -
Incalculable ml vantage to tho wholo human race.
Ill presenting Uio I1AINHOW to the publl
net ehiim it to be an Infallible wcalhor guide.
ubllc, vi llj
ui-h ire do cm'ia. Hint it will ho found to be correct to
the lettcreight limes out of every ton. All wo ask ia
a candid examination. Terms of Bainbow, tl per
year, I i nilvanee, 511 cents for six mnntlia.
Chapman's l'rincipin, or Kulure's First Principles,
cloth binding, lOui"., 2C0 pages. Volume flrst con
tains a full e.xplannllon of the dlsoovory Io which Dr.
Chapman ha devoted the last nine year of close ob
servation. Published every six months, (March and
September.) prico $1 per volume, for which it will bo
sent.post paid.ln any part ofthe country. First volumo
now ready. Address CA MPBELL CO.,
No. "3 South Fourth St. above Waliiul.Phllndnlphla.
3AgcnUwantod it every county, no. 8 lm27
THE subscriber ha removed his establishment into
hlsNew Booms A"ir( Sirfsfiia Sn-sr(,evcr Ztik
Bih. andhas lilted them up In a stylo unsurpassed
in tho West. Ho hope that tho public wlllapnroclate
hlj efforts to please and extend to him aliheral patron
age. Everything hasbeon donethatcould be done to
ensure succesninevcry department ofthe art. and hit
picturescanHot be surpassed. V. M. GH1SWOI.D.
N, B. PrBonwlhing!oloariiUie artwillhavogror
fncllltlesfordoing so hero. . , '
Honrs from 9 o'clock A . M. until .1 o'clock P.M.
Lancaster, NovomPer 16. 18C3 36
VALUABLE TOtVX PIlOPEBTt
I WILL SRLI.nt private sale tho Real Estate of O.
P. TONO, If not sold at pnbllc sale between now
and Sprliifr.it will he sold at public sale of w hich due
nollce wilt bo given. . - '
The property consists of th.o following deserll od
Lots and Tractsof Land.lo.wll:
s i.nnruvnil Lota in the Town ofCitr.
roll. '.ton llio Ohio Canal wiih a. LA HOE WaHK-
I10USE.. 3 with large Dwelling. Douses, the others
with entailer improvements.
85 to Dlltaraul l,ot In different pnrts of Car
roll. The Farm contain about j;11 At llUS and
will be oid entire, or in the following parcels to suit
b7jl.rK't'U't'n TO and Tt Acre North of the
Ohio Canal. e Acres of which li cleared, tho balance
FINE IT .il BE H I.AM), .
Snd. Ik'nar 12(1 At-roa on the Sonlh side of Iho
Ohio Canal, Ent of Carroll, nboul acres cicarcu
The ottier good Timber kana, ail encioseo.
3rd. One Tract ol about ia Acrr, situate
on the Soulh of the Ohio and Hocking Canals, on
which I a never faiilnj: stream of water, with a fall
.irin. oj i o- I'nct. ,io of tmnrorement. being one
of Iho bcst.siijhts for a mill in Fnlrlleld count :- this
tract has onitn ifoilso, Barn all other conveniences.
ANn.one other tract eontainingd or 3 acres betwoen
thoKtate Hoadand Judgo Radobaugh's Mill Tract. ,
Terms. One-third in hand.tlie belnnceiu two equal
annual pavmonts with Interest from date.
' " . H. B. TONG. AgenK
Carroll, Fairflold county, Ohio, Nov.8,lK55 S7tf
ippOhio State Journal copy and send bill to Agent
or this office.
ill III I
l;UliJU; f.lll UllilUi
Retrpt-clfun7 Inform tbHr Cattomeri sad PurrTia4rt
(tuimrallj-, thai Uj are now opening au extrntflve
FLOOR OIL CLOTH fcc.
FamUUi. MoUl Kaaoara. Staatnfcoat Owaars. ard
K.ranfara, may dapand oxn fnd-ag tUe baslotaa of
Qooi.s, at prteaa as low aa Uity mo a parcbai in
tho Raitxirn Cltlas. aspt. 97, ls5 I:n31
BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS
BOVOnT A5D SOLD AT
EXCIIAKGB OFFICE, LAJfCASTER, O.
. WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
I AM ow dealing extensively In Land Warrant,
those wishliigin sell had therefore better consult
mo before selling elsewhere. l)etor1n Warrautsscn
do as welt with me as In any market and make quick
turns.. The eosts of asij;nlij; ts always paid by me,
nnd any Information a'euul warrant cheerfully given
TheaeintendiMg to am their Tartanl at some fu
ture lin-.e can depo.ile them with tne and receive the
ir onevrr Interest for thein. and another Warrant when
they wish. Warrants passing from my hands are el
wavsf sareafsed i rerry espsce.
f also deal in Eastern Exehan?eand Gold and Sil
ver Coin. T. VP. TALL.MAUCiE.
Leucater,septcmbcr !7, 1S53 Sltf
laTOTICF. lshorebv riven, that there will be a ne:i-
i lion preeer.ted to the County Commissioners of
Fnirlleld Countv, at their ueeemner l enn, n, ror
the vacation of the County Road leading from the
Slate Head one-fourth mile North of Geneva to Good
and f.rlm-s mill, and also, for tho establishing a road
commencing three-fourths ef a mile-North of Genera
on tho Stale road ot the School Housei thence Kat
nn.-rniirthnillo to tho Cold Seeing on Philemon lief-
ford's landtthenre Northeast seroas SolomouHufford's
Jr., Land to the corner of the Widow HuffOrd' land;
llwiire North to the Mill road leadingfrom Bremen to
GnOd and Grlm's Mill, thereto tormlnate. -Nor.
1, 1?H. twSS MANY PETITIONERS.
CITY PKOPERTY FOR SALE.
f IIHAT Valnahlo House and Lotwifh all the
pill! j conveniences, at tho eorner or uoiumou
kAlli and Mill street, can ne nam nl a ureal sargui
PossesMongiven April t. ie.ni. enquire at. .-.
. l aueiislcr.Nur. 1.JSJ3 . - TUISOKFICB.
. . , . EYE ISFIRMARY. ...
D" 'n.'J. D. HAD1J.Y respectfully Informs those iif.
e'riug from acute or chronic Opthnlmia. general
tv i.r.n.,i IKKLAMMAT10N -OF THE EYE, Dim
ncss of Sight arising from Injuries, Ac, Ulceration of
the Eye or its mombranes.from any and avery cause
the result of Fever, Measles. ncroiaia,e.,ettneroi a
short duration orotnnuiy year: .tanning.
TTPHels prepared to gKe relief end perfect a cure;
or ali money REri-aeen '. ,-
Hofernce. - .
R. B. Harlnn. Wilmington, O.; O. B. Wliile, J 11
tniiigton; VVIllliam Poller, Wilmington: laalah Mor.
rl. Wilmington; J. M. Hawortli. Wilniliiiito"; Dvld
j, ...... Ci n,.l..n.il II- H. Slmontoo, t-olnm-
boa, O.; D. McLane, K. Libertv. Wn,'"u.
Col James Hon.ton. Jc-n.rsovlil..)W-; J"h Ute
Bournevlll., Ohio; Gr,e H""""1'' ".'"p"'
Ohhj'.m Pcli. dooiiJ; David Hitch and Robt.
Lowry, Uncnter, Ohio.
Office in, Wilmington, Ohjo.oet.
LA W NOTICE.
.., ALFRED WILLIAM,
'-. ..n rnlM.V1.Ll, a a Ll w, XkWtM . oiic
us -wT'ILLpracAleouitlie Count of Falrjlald iifH
-" of H.WIIMcr,.. , ' -. may IS, IfioT.
ClXCIJTTf ATTI, WILXIXUTOK AID
ZAXnKTILI.lt RAIL RUAD, ,
OP5N TO NKW LHXIXOTOS.-Twodsill TraW
jrr Train Lares Cincinnati at 4 A.M., arrlelac 4
Lancaster at 11,30 A. SI. and at Bow Laxlnglea at ll4
Helurclng, leave Kew Lexington at I tt I' M. a4
Laii easier aiS 45 P. at., arriving at f ll.clnall tl -S4i P.M.
gKsad TVaia leave cinclnsiaU at 4 P. tt. antlc a
Lancaster at . P M. '
Ketnrr.ln leaves lanmator at (.40 A. at- anrlvaWg
atClnrloi.aaatll.lS 4. U. '
Trains stop for passengers at all tiil.r4t4e pedaear
au.l o-.nlieoc with train on tittle Mlasul Head fef Co-'
lumbua, Dayton. Hillsborough and Chlllleothe.
Stage line eouaeet at Clrelrvltle fas Oatlllewlhra
and Culumbiis, at Laneaaler for Lege. Helseavtlle,
Athens. and l'..mroy, aad New Uilagtoafer gens-'
ersl a4 Zanesvllle, arrlvlbg al Xaneavllla Is alaeo
for KsslrntraloneeBtralolo kailroad.
ForothertaroriuaHon mo uaes.af eiy at vr-A.1-,,..r
r.roadwa arid Prontatreeas. and al
Little Miami Depot, or L. the SUHon Agent on tare liar.
mw. m. t n i. v h . v.n .
mTheCemTinv will not 'ie rainoaalMa fer
gage exceeding In valuo, unl.JS Ike aaasa a j
turned to the Ceadnetorol Ageat.aad rVetgkt paid
therateefapaasageforeverj SJCflla 4aBi above Mat
awe-ant. .... su.iivfii.'-
DL.'.V'K JJOOK MAXVP-ACTOKT A.I o.
IJooti Hirlil;ir. I.nitclor, Ohio. .
J Office. Jastieee' Blank's,
fiockot, Douela aad Single
Bnlvy Ilge-, Jaornale, IW
Vlo..s, V.. .. Also, Book
Binding ef every deecrtptloa
don In a moat satisfactory
s'jle. . .
wlse. re-omiitlvatlendeflto. i-
Onler'sforPliidlnr can he left et llio Oaiette OvSeo,-
or at the Bindory.on Main Slreet.ln the room former-
ly occupied by Col. P. Vae Trump, a a law otnea,
and nearly opposite nr. KreidcT'a residence.
December 14, leas . j. nwoewt-u.
Gazette nuiiaitf;---riilillcennire, JL4in-
T. O. n A V I 8 ' '' '
nsESPECTFULLYealla attention to nieeaeu.nr
l-C . r rr... .. r.Httrt. Wkif. TnnktJ
f?or.rBg.- His stock ' Barnes. eomprl. SUtotv-
and Black Mounted Buggy n?l't!!3;J
. He hasaiso a vniunnios .-i-i
nurty nnrl Carriana Trlmtnlaf, .
, done na short notloe In superior rjla.
.Ill 1... ilnne
Lancaster, June SS, IMS 158
NEW OAnRIAQ53 SUOt.
r. c, VI ETZ
R EarECTFI'LLY InfonrnHioeltl-'
county main anas'
f wkit,ilMHJ -
Htrittitv SCre, C'n'rl Attn, Imtmttn 0i, wner
he wtllcnastaatly keepon hanJ and mannfaclaro
OrdereTery variety of vehicle In hlsllae. . 1
y7"Kpatnpgona on ano- noi-., .y. -uv . -av'rabloternla.
. . I !-
rv 'OT'i.V J V gem of PalrSuld com
tii-;ri4re4ciiilvpnt np aw Ci
Ilns just received at tie City Book 8tor
a natv arrri.v " '
BOOSB, 8T1TI05EBY, TAHCY AaTICXES,
Gilt MouldlBg for Picture Frame, .
TOGETHER with VARIOUS AHT10LE45 forMPlM
wch at Ctionlel. wursted, wntklrg Cotton, rjbrxinr'
Pl,-5se call and oxamine hi slock .