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The fJuin f m Hoary Head.
' Tha National ' XiiUlligeaetr, puplialios a j
long an 4 Terr all letter from the Tenera
,ll G.torgo Rjbertson, of Kentucky, Ut j
Chief Justice of tbe State, and msnjr years
ago on of the must distinguished represen
Uliveein tha National Councils. The let
to r was eitllod forth by .and ia response to,
enofhsr vhiult appeared iq tie sums col
umns, not long liiiue. from tka' pen of the
litis. Eibert Wiuthrop. ." It presents (n a
. Try forcibla. miQaer the reesons of the
writer, for connecting .himself with the
Afwricaa party. A few exlnTots. for
t which Only wo bars space, will how the
eoaserralireioneot the writer' opinions,
and the- earaestnosa-of bit eooviotioo.
. "Oa tin fun lament il dootrinetof pop.
Millar Kovernnientman he ever been ii
wiJeJ into two classes one whose priuoi
ploa Un to uiichajcked. demoorscy and
dior;aniution;; the, other to orgojiio se
curity and conservatism.- These ara the
natural pariie in'tmry RipubbV; and iu
, aH time,, taes coiiJArsistinutira qualities
liar jSbaraoleiiza ail I ulaifljd tho an
tajooist piillidoa under different! phases
and till, shifiiajj wiih accident and times, i
I oar day and country the Mro etemjnts
1mv evw aUssified our paopl into two
priaeips parlies, called of fate years Dtm
ocrats and VVJiign, more anuiently by oth
r tjllug. . la'tha. origin of th Contlitu
tion tlio am distinotivo prinoipla divid
d th people Into two oppoinj parlivs,
ooo against and tha othor.iu for of the
adoption. Washington, our Puter Put net,
was aUh. bead of the ,Uttor, and in lii
adninitratio nd more omphatioally in
liia farowoll aJJreu, the 'Father of hi
Cmntrya I think. iilutrntcJ the trua
prinoipUi of American policy anJ un
ion." - :', ... . . .
Tho writer gooa on to iy that for forty
yar hii pulitoial opinion hnyo bion es
sentially "Washingtonian," whilo bis asso
cii!in. of latter yean, Imve been with
the Whig pwly but, eomfidarinjf that
ptrly ''dunatrou ilitad by' the " soctionul
ttrife of in ir," be oouU not oonsit
enlly wilh bis principles "remitin spell
bound by a' traJiiionary naras;" and h
therefor felt ao henitation in uniting him
slf with a prvrty "more utional la spirit
n-J more oompruhansiv iu its aims.'.'-r
II joinod tha Amorluan ptrty, and says:
"In taking this stop I . hav neither been
recroant, nor Ciithlens, nor inoonsUiont.
To preserve my prinniples, an 1 help to
purify and restore our institutkai, I ha
only prefered duty to spoil, substance to
the shadow of a lums, renovntiun to de
ay, pntrlotism to elanisai, na;ionnlim to
seulionalism, oonslitutionulimii to effutism.
AnVoriosiiisra to foralgnism, a broader to a
narrower rouniuiion, and a homebred
nnnv for n importe.l title. I have aban
doned no prinoiple, I have changed not
my faith. My object is not to innovate
but to renova'e; not to bury or to jeiie
rale the memories of '70 and 83 but to
revive and to consecrate them; not to de
sort but la restore the spirit which anima
ted the Amerluan patriotism of our Amer
ican fathers; not to distract or diriJe, but
to unite, regenerate, ami ex tit our coun
trymen on a platform of , American prin
oiplex and policy, important, if not ludis
psnsable, to Vha.Amsrican Union."
. J udge C' expounds his views of the true
policy of bur government and tho just id-
terpretation of the Constitution and asks:
"Are these principles and dootrinp un
sound? Are they not oongeuial with our
institutions, ana wouM tby not lie con
ducive to our happy destiny? ' Ought
thoy not to be the practical doctrines of
very Whig and Union Democrat of true
Ameriuan citizetu? I consider them.eacb
ad all, eminently American, and Ihtyare
iherofore mitw, ,. JJolitviiii,' that they are
essentially those of the American party,
1 am of st aad with it. If outstanding
Whigs or Democrats concsr with us as to
allorsvctj tho more vital of, them, and
have no paramount repugnance to any of
mem, wny snoui I tney not co operate wi.h
u in our organixod efforts to rescue oar
country from tho local fictions which dis
turb its tranquility an I threaten its li.
msmbermenl? , What is there in a name?
And is not "Amiricnn" more suitable to
' the timos and more signiQcant of out nit
tionaliiv thau Whig''- or "Dtmocrat!"
15 ut if Whigs and Democrats who . have
opposed ut oannot unit with lis, surely
wtr, who left them, oannot go back "to
them; the motives which separated us
from their orgmiizitions will continne to
keep us where we are.- For myself, I can
truly say, that I cannot now see any good
reason why I should leave the American
party for any other political organisation.,
beiause I consider it more fraternal and
self sacrlCcing in its spirit, and more na
tions!, womprehenilve, and conservative in
It principles and ite- parposes, than any
other party that exists or has existed in
America, nJ I feel that the time he
come when the) best interests ef the Union
require all it trn friends to rally under
banner inscribed with just principles."
J Afterdilistingia eloquent language on
the madosss of sectional strife and the high
and holy duty of dufen Jiog the Union from
' the insane and atrocious assaults of those
wto would srer tb ligatures which bind
us together, ha proceeds:
"I feel that the fire which gbwed on our
country's slier at the baptism of the Union
is not yet quenched, sod I trust that, when
ever invoked by the true hearts that should
minister at the alter, it will blaze forth and
rekisilWj the- great American heart of a
free aaj united American people. To
feed that sacred fire until our common
oountry, from its ceutre to it circumfer
ence, shall glow with its genial radiance,
Is, if I mistake not, the mission of tho A
tnerican party; and, if I am not deceived,
this now fraternity will preserve in their
work and crow etrontror and atrontr.r n.
til they oao see that the Uoion is aafe and
impregnated against all eouhtions of for
eign foes, and domestic traitor. Whatever
mat Ix'lide it organizMion, id principle
enl pfdicy mutt triumph, or thi Union vill
ctuittolitu andtobltn: T ; "
' lie conclude . ;v--l j -"'',' , : ' '.
"f sbt my ameitnt friend, arc in' a'.
Itimente ef aa Aataricaa ciiiata, born U
wllJ'of Kiitttcky..nJer ihe flag of
the Nations! Constitution, who, too oli to!
i be rsnbtaousbns IiyeJ long enough to know
the paramount vlu and cou rules blesa-
l w t
Anglo-American. TJnioa, con-
;struuted by Uiv wUtlota awl ceainted with
tt patriotism of the noblest band of po
litioul patrinrchee who ever lived for pos
terity and died for maukind."
; f . Far Mt Uiwilw Amrteaa CitiM.
Ma. Eduok ; Tltrr having been a new
party formed, visthe "American" not
only in the State of Ohio, but throughout
toe uuiwu oiiuce, from amine 10 valliur
uia, iu the abort space of a few month',
and have elected their oiEeerg ia a majori
ty of tbe State, said party bavin? been
formed fin tbe main) of the best inea of
the old uemocraito auj whig pontes; I
mean wf men wlioe minds are more ptr
ticnlarly cxerei-md-for the good of our
common counjry. .' ; .' S -
. And was llmre not a cause for the for-
mation ufsuuh parly ? A little retrospect
will answer iunu,twn very emphatioal'
It in the afflrmmive. We know the teo
pie have been rery justly complwining for
mmy years, of Ions; and expensive t scions
of Wiillion, and but little done, and but
a nimll share of that to booeSt the people.
That each ef the. above named parties have
na j tlieir schemes ana theories; their pro
po)iions of .ri-tnjri'dimeut and reform, in
this war. and in that, by whhch they hare
I. 4, . ' ' t k
eaou giineu me aseenannuy by turns; but,
wilh all, instead of retrenchment, new ofB'
oes were constantly- beinx crested and sal-
aries tncjrj.vwti, oy wnioii, and oilier neces
stry meaus, our taxes have become enor
The people of Ohio liad propositions of
muun g"i i oiierea tnem n tew years since,
. ... .
by thu old democratic party, by wny of
rutrenciiment, if they would consent that
they (tho democrat!". J should form a new
U)i stitution, mqJ allow them to put it in
operation, to which the people conceded ;
anu as to mo Dcneot derived from it, let
that question be answered hy the present
unjust tax law, which, in it provisions,
(to say no'hing of the injustice whiuh ii
exercises lowurus merchants and bankers,
Wo are a necessary part of our commer
cial community, and ought to be tieatcd
with equal justice,; my, and lis in many
eases, taxed the ssmi property a much as
uiree or tour :imes.over, in the snine town
ship, the property taken by the same asses
sor. And the law comnels this noui-s..
Fho liw al. o compels a man virtuallr to
pay tx on In indebtedness as well as his
nrooertr. for it atlow him tn rfuilnnt nnno
If we turn our attention to its sessions of
legMa'.ors, we find them the most expen
ive, cxiravaaaiii ana uisgr.tociul tlist has
ever assembled in Ohio. The last Legis
lature, amongst Other equally unnecessary
and extravagant expenses, employed, iu
the two branchos, (if I recollect right,)
twenty-three subserviences, in the way of
sergeantvat arms, boy carriers 'dtc. at
prices varying from 91 tot per day. '
Then, is it any muter of surprise that
there has been this new party formed ?
Ana what better things may we expect
from it than the former? Much, eyery
way. Our officers elect are a different
ulas of men; thoy are not of that wide
mouth, brawlinj politicians who are for
ever crying, give me this offloe, or that I
but are men that have been selcoteJ with
the greatest pojsihlo precaution and care,
from, the industrial classes; .such as art
Nonrovod for their honestv. canahilitv. fi
defity and perseverance: and when thev
assemble, will go immediately to work for
in people; not ioa around for the first
month or two, contriving how they may
most successfully secure to themselvos and
friends other lnt offices, and in the mean
time, almost entirely neglecting the wants
oi i ne peopio. .
llien, it u Tor the pftople lo instruct
them ..what they want done j they have
elected, tnem lu du thoir business, and
h-ive a right to instrunt them; nay, it is
their duty to do it. .Then, come forward
and speak through the public journals,
and write your views on the different
items to be legislated on, as your minds
may be exercised, for exercised it is doubt'
less, and an interchange of opinion in this
way, may be the result of much gooJ.
Don't all come forward at once, but somo
half dozen per week. We have no time
to duhiy. The Legislature assembles in a
few days, and we wish them to push for
ward, do what ia necessary to be done, in
as short time and at as little expense as
prudence would dictate. .
Til aSov remarks and suggestions I
submit to your judgment,-a, to whether
they ar worthy a pluie in your paper or
not. One or tn Peoplk. .
XCosnoroLtTAH Itzms. Estimntei
have been made of the length of the adver
tisements of the Cosmopolitan Association,
as they appear in the newspaper last year.
Averaging eah insertion al 10 inches, It
was found that, al! together, the advertise,
ments would have formed a strip of paper,
J inches in widih.otirw. hundred milei
in Itnalh Kome resdiiig matter, that cost
the Association a nice sum of money.
The Illwttralod Catalogue is printed upon
30l),000 sheeia, 4 by 38 inches giving
an era of SaOIJOOU square inches! a
few biond milee of priti'.ed matterl The
schoolmastnr mu.it beabroaiJi to instruct tho
people to read. ' v'
'The p.iit,es paid to government and
created by the Awoeialiou, it is estimated,
to 915,000 per yesr, including correspon
dence and catalogues, postal matter, ronga
Fourteen persons are now daily employ
ed in the Western ofllce, and eight in tho
Eastern office, mailing, corresponding Ao.
Catalogues have been forwarded to all the
Postmasters in off the States of tho Union
California, Oregon and Utah included) The
number of Post-masters called into requisi
tion W about 83,000 most of whom will
ait as ageot of th Association. '
1 The number of Honorary. Secretaries al
ready appointed in the prinoip.il cities and
towns of the Union amounts to 1500.
By these items the reader may infer th
xientand Value of the operatiou of this
Association. " Predioting the future from
the put an eminent success awaits it.
Third a.i.hoac Totra or tor -
mHB COWTINKSfTAI , with Mr, T. M.'W.uon
.M, ". plMMre In innountlnf la ihlr frlsnds
trUno.tur,lb.itt..y will glr. one (oomm on"r, ob
rrlday Ereala;, Beeaeak 91, ,
AT TUB COURT HOUSB;
snwre tr IU tin ihelr Iium oimIiom. ven
fut'h C U. Mdluse im Wmia?
i..,. iu i rJSUttfi, int
Taa ABDUCTION or MARIA DENNISOX
' THE UIKL'S OWN ITiTCnEHT. '
DisiMBarabla Cod i act ot Priests, sUter,
utt vsmnuui .
. 4 fOUCS OTFICXM IMPLJCJlTtlA
W siaied yesterday that an orphan
girl, named Uaria DenuisoiCadopted into
Hi lamuy of Dr. Hamlin, bad been entic
ed from her home and secreted from her
friends, by the consent, if not by the au
thority; of certain Roman Caihoiie priest
of this city; and that th custody of the
girl was only obtained through the eneigy
and firmness of Dr. Uamlin. We this
morning I ad a conversation with the girl,
and find that the case posscasc more than
usual interest, and we lay the whole facts
Doipre ihu public, tlwt they mayiudce
rightfully of the matter,.' and see what
meana Jesuitism will resort to, lo carry
out iu ends.
Tbe girl is about 12 years of age, of an
amiable disposition and iiidusliious habits.
She was met by the lady of Dr. Hamlin,
while on a visit to her relative iu the hast
last summer. Who was so pleasant with
her gcucral eonJuut, and sympathising
with her iu 4ier 'unfortunate condition,
brought her home wilh the intention of
properly raising aud educating her. The
girl bad boen in the city just seven weeks
when she was induced to desert her benev;
olent protector and protectress. Hor state
ment, made candidly and without hesita
tion to us this morning, is in substauce as
follows: " " ,
In the family of . Dr. Hamlin was an Ir
ish Catholic servant girl,' named Sarah
llallcrcn. , As soon as she became ac
quainted with Maria, she inquired of her
as to her religious faith, and finding Out
she was a Protestant, took every opportu
nity to convince her that it would be hotter
for her to be a Catholic. Getting the girl
to promise secrecy, she told her, that if
she would leave the. Doctor, "and go and
live with the Sister, she would be in a
much better condition that the Sisters
would clothe hor like a lady, give her tbe
best to eat, &a.
This Irish girl was often visited by an
other, named Mary Burke, who united
with her in the ' effort to per
suada Maria to go and live with the Sis
ters. . The girl dazzled by the' description
of Catholic life given her time and again by
these two Irish domestics, finally consent
ed to go and bo baptized at the Jesuit
church on Sycamore street, provided the
act was kept secret from Mr. and Mrs.
Hamlin, to whom she had become very
much attached, and who,' she 'was afraid
would be offended if they knew it,
To prevent suspicion, Mary Burke was
to call for hor ou Sunday afternoon, and
accompany her to the priest. She called
promptly, but that afternoon Maria could
not go. '"' '
- The next Sundny morning Maria went
with the two Irish girls to the church, but
the Priest was not ready to baptize her,
and the ceremony was deferred ona week.
Tho following Sabbath morning she wss
prepared for baptism at the bouse of Dr.
Hamlin, by these two girls, and then sent
to her protectress with a lie ia her month,
viz: that she was going to attend service at
the Rev. Dr. Eislicr's church. She left
the house by herself.but was overtaken by
the other girls and conducted to the Jes
uit church. . There she waa baptised, Ma
ry Burke, and her brother, "standing up"
with her, and the ceremony being witnes
sed by Sarah Iinlleren And others. She
was pleased with tho ceremony.
, After she was baptised, she expressed a
wish to return to Dr. Hamlin's. Tho priest
tom nor sue must not do that, as tho fami
ly would give her no peace and woulJ, in
all probability, send hor to the houo " of
Usfuge. This frightened her scnewhat,
and she consontcd to do ns they bid hei ;
as Mrs. McGowan, who was present, de
clared that the "darlint" should not go to
tho "heretics," and that she would lake
care of her until arrangements could be
made to dike her out to tho Sisters.
This woman accordingly took her to her
house, situated in the lower part of Elm
stroet, whero she stopped all night. Mrs.
McGomin, ii tht mothtr-in low of Watch
man Cuttiduy, who wa present and knew
what mat gotng on! He was angry at Mrs.
McGowan for bringing the girl to 'the
house, bat told her (tho chl) that he was
glud she was going to such a nice place as
the sisters! '
On Mondiiy morninir Mrs McGowan
took tho girl lo "Father Purcell," who
gave them a permit to tho Cummingsville
instiiuiion io tno sisters. , Tliey returned
to tho house, Whero an omnibus called for
them, into which tho girl was helped by
wuicumnn iiissiuny. riom there they
went to Cummingsville, where the girl
wss placed iu charge of "Sister Antony."
Hera we will stop in tho girl's narrative
to state few other faats. Dr. Hamlin's
servant was questioned in regard to the
girl s anseciice, and she averred most sol
emnly that ho had not seen her fine sho
dressed that morning. A notice of the
disappearance of the girl, with a descrip
tion of her dress, Oct., was rend to tho po
lico shortly lifter it occurrod.yot this watch
man refrained from giving the informa
tion he possessed.
Maria stated that she was kindly treated
by "Sistor Antony," who learnt her nrav-
ere, and told her that she thought that by
unristmas sue would ne prepared to attend
confession. After that they would try to
get her some good placo to "live out,"
-.1. - r .i - il . ... .
wiiu a ainoiio lamuy, wnioii last state
ment dissipated all the golden anticipations
the girl had formed, and which she expec
ted to derive from her bcine a Catholic.
Alter juana bad been aiUummiocaville
some uays, easier Antony told ber that th
I r. ....
newspaper were making a fuss about her
disappearance, and as the priest who bap
tiled ber might irst into tiouble.she though
it best for her to be brought to the city.
sue vm accoruingiy aisguised and Pro t
to the oity by one of sisters, and taken to
1 . .. . .a m ..... ...
151. I- l i .
ma esisoiisnment on me corner of Third S
Plum, where she was kept nil night. The
next morning sho wss conducted by the
aisier io me priest, ana a consultation was
lind. I lie priest said the fears of the Sis
ter were groundless, as there could be no
trouble if the cirl was keot secreted at
Cummingsville until the affair blowed
over. lie was not afraid of trouble.
He advised them to get her clothes the
best wny they could, and return as soon
as possible. ....
They next visited Father Purcell, who
Proposed that Mr. Hamlin's shawl, which
taria had worn away, should be return
ed; and the girl's clothe demsndsd. Mr.
McGowan was selected to do the business.
MarU acoompanied this womsn to Fourth
treat, showed her the Dootor's bouse, and
waited on th adjoining corner until ah
performed hr rrand, which ws unsu
ctttfa). " ''; ..,- '-
-They returned- to Father Purcell, when
it was agreed that a stout Irishman named j
Doley, who was present, should accompa
ny the girl herself to Dr. Hamlin's,, that
Maria should teH them that site preferred
staying among the Catholics, and should
demand her clothing, and that Doley sho'd
insist on uer ocmauua being immeuiaieiy
acquiesced in. : '
Sue accordingly accompanied lb burly
Hibernian to the doctor's residence, and
happened to meet at the door both the Dr.
and bis lady. ..Mrs. Hamlin whs rejoiced
to again meet tbe gul, for whom she tad
formed an affection, and her demonstra
tions of joy so affected the orphan girl, that
forgeting the fears which had been im
pressed upon ber about the House of Re
fugo, she declared her wish to' stay with
- Her Irish attendant thereupon became
ucy and impudent, and tried to force the
girl to accompany him back- He was first
invited to leave the house, which he refu
sed to do, when be was forcibly ejected iu
no very pleasant manner. ' ' ' .
" The treacherous, lying domestic was
dismissed as soon ss her connection wilh
the matter was known, and Maria is again
happy with her best friends.
Much credit is due Dr. Hamlin, for his
fierseverance in reclaiming the girl. After
le had once got an inkling of her wherea
bouts, be used every means to again get
possession of her, and will retain hor at all
There are many littler circumstances iu
the case, in addifion to what we have men
tioned, which we cannot mention to-day,
which show how priest will not only jus
tify but dictate lying, stealing, and other
sins, that they may got an innocent girl
within the palo of tlieir Churcb. Cincin
' '. Morris Ac Willis's Homc Joubsal roa
1855. The following literary attractions
will induce thousands, we have no doubt,
to add their names (for (he coming year,)
to the already extensivs subscription list
of this best of weeklies, viz: a new Novel
by N. P. Willis; a sericc of Outline Sketch
es, in prose and verse, by General Morris,
and a Novellette by J. M. Field; the popu
lar and wall known "Straws." of the New
Orleans Picayune. The terms of the Howe
Journal are but two dollars a year, and the
office of publication is at 107, Fulton at.,
Tbe Great Holid at Pictorial Paper
Brother . Jonatimv for Christmas and
New Years 1856, has oome. It is a tre
mendously large and elegantly printed pa
per containing over ono hundred pictures
any of them funny enough to mnke the
most morose individual laugh out loud. If
you want a single copy, send 12 cents in
stamps, to B 11 Dat 48 Beekman street,
New-York, or you can get teu for one dol
lar, Cheap euough! ' ,
Independent Newspapers The Lancaster
The editor of the Lancaster Eagle, iu an
article entitled "Independent Newspapers
their cinnerity;" accuses us, in terms
not very polite, of Black Republican par
lizanship. To this we ore constrained to
reply that if to be onposod to the extension
of slavery Is Black Republicanism, than
we are a Black Republican. The Eagle
goes further, and iudiets us of misrepre
sentation in having said that
"For th first time in the history of this
nation, ' we have a political party whose
spoken voice, through its organs in the
freo Statos, is in favor of enlarging the
area of tho southern institution."
Now wcadmilthat we do not find in the
democratic papers of tho North any glow
ing eulogies upon tho institution of slave
ry, or elaborate attempts to describe its
blessings and its benefits. ' There aie con
6 nod to the Southern press. Slavery ex
cusing is advocated by Northern Demo
cratic presses and politicians, in the form
of n tender regard for tho rights of our
Southern brethren which rights, for that
purpose, are fibtly represented to be in
danger. It is advocated on tho part of the
Northern Democracy in the form of a zeal
ous party union and co-operation with the
pro-slavery interest, tven to tho extent of
' , . . j- .i i
increasing nnu commcnaing tne iniumous
attempts of Pixwcx, Shannon, Atchison
and company, to strangle freedom in Kan
sas. It is advocated in the form of vile
slanders and epithets intended, to confer
disgrace, heaped upon the heads of all
who are desirous to interpose such means
ns tho Constitution will permit, to prevent
ths evil of slavery from spreading all over
the continent. Whatever may be the at
tachment lo freedom contained in the pro
fessions of editorial gentlemen, or the hum
bugging resolutions of caucuses, nothing
is more certain than that, to every practi
cal intent and purpose, the spoken voice of
the Democratlo party through its organs
in the free States, is in favor of those acts
and measures whose effect is designed to
be to enlarge the area of Slavery. The
position of the party to which the Eagle
belongs is not neutral. - It is hideous fool
ery to call it so.' It is too shallow a pre
tence even for the burposes.of self decep
tion. The entire power of the President
ot toe united Slates legitimate and tile
gltimnle is employed to force upon Kan
sas a oustom at which she revolts; and at
the back of the leader in this nnholy crusade
are the democratio press and lolitielans
of the North, anxious by the exhibition of
extraordinary zeal, to prove the sincerity
of their devotion to the cause of the free
spread or our "glorious msfifWions." Tho
word is, "The people of Kansas are to be
subjugated at sill hazards" the measures
re such as ar adapted to the end in view,
ana in ueiense of these measures the Dem
ocratio party of the North is enlisted. For
the nrst time in American history, as we
sincerely hope and believe, the command
has gone forth that a portion of the free
people of this Republic are to be etnjuoA
TD subjugated by those with whom our
uemocraiio save the mark I President
is io co-operation. The term Is well seleo
ted to describe the process : The "people
of Kansas" are to be subjugated brought
under th yoke of laws made by aliens, for
eigners, interlopers, intruder upon thair
soil, and usurpers of those powers of gov
ernment which belonsr to themselves.
We pray God the time may speedily come
"inn iu, uuiuirniureoi American ciuzens,
whether foreign or domestio in their on
gin, shall be made to bite the dust.' If the
servil tenur cannot be imposed upon
Kansaa Until th fre ar enlavd. let us.
Mr, Editor of th Eagl. at least consider
before ir give our aasistanc in the pro-
Thi Ladus Dojatiox FxatrvAt. On
Tuesday evening last, at the residence of
the Rv. J. B. Sacxett, proved one of the
most pleasant suprisc parties we have ever
attended. Every person, his lady, gallant,
oousin, sister, brother, aud acquaintance,
were present, and each aeemed to vie wilh
the other in contributing to the pleasure
and hiliarity of the eveuing. -. Indeed with
aueh a bevy of beauty oue could not be
otherwise than pleased and delighted.
W understand that the proceed of the
evening -amounted to the very creditablo
utile sum of 9230.
-mi. '' : .
xiie success oi mis entertainmeut is
principally due to Mrs. D. Tallmadge,
Mrs. Dr. White, Mrs. William Latta,and
others.. We hope to have the pleasure of
attending many such this winter. .
0a or rTU Pkopw. We refer, our
readers to the communication in another
column signed "One of tbe People." He
suggests matters that should demand the
reflection of ever)- citizen of the State and
we hope to see more of our reader re
spond to the suggestion made. A gener
al expression of the people would do much
to facilitate the busiuess of the next Legis
lature which inust be the most important
of any. ever held in the State. Friends let
us bear from you early. '
The subscribers take litis method to ex
press their pleasure for the social visit of
their friends on Tuesday evening, tho 18t.li
inst. ', .
. The occasion will be remembered by us
with satisfaction, and the tuliitanliul tokens
of good will demand our lasting gratitude.
xuuie were K'lir Twin us VJ-J, 14.1 01
whieh was cash and the balance iu arti
cles of real utility. , ,
buch large hearted generosity is deserv
ing a richer reward than good wishes or
many thanks. Nothing . could afford us
more pleasure than to know (hat all these
kind friend receive in the present life an
hundred fold and eternal life hereafter; and
for this we are encouraged to pray and la
bour. , J. B. SAoaarr.
. A. SaOKCTT. ':
Bumped Stock. Wa. unlerstan.I that
ourenterprising citizen, Jou.t Redzr, Ejq.,
of tho firm of Ruber St Kutz of this city,
sueceodeJ during a recent tour Est. in
purchasing the celebrated mare Fashion,
and her two colts, ona by Marriner and
the other by importeJ Monarch (who was
purolmsel by Mr. Rober during list fall;)
nlso La ly Canton an 1 her bona colt by
Monnruh, and Messenger Kate an! her
horse oolt by Monarch. These wtth Mr.
Rebers collections on hand m ikes the finest
hf rd of blooded aud
running stock in ths
'Now Advertisrmehtii." -We
refer our readers generally to our
new advertiiement columns this weok.
We have had to exclude come editorial,
and much local matter, to give them room,
at the late hour at which thev came in.
Our ndverlisers should Ticar in mind that
their favors ought to le in by Wednesday
morning, at furthest, and ns much sooner
as possible. .
jpWc refer our readers to the adver
tisement of Messrs. Zink fc Btsii. in an-
olhor column. We havo hnd the uleosura
of testing the qualities of their celebrated
Oysters, and can testify to their superior
excellence and flavor. , Those of our
friends who wish to prepare their holiday
festivities, would do well to give them a
call. ' - -
Valuable Rkal EiTA. We refer
our readers to' the column of Sheriffs Ad
vertisements this week, for some choice
lots of real estate, belonging to Mr, James
Pratt and others.- Mr. .Pratt's extensive
Tannory and Ware-House upon the Rail
Road and Canal. Residence 4c, are com
prised in the lcrius, and we understand,
must go to sale. They will make valuable
A Sad Waukino. An exchange pa
per says that one of his subscribers recent
ly left for California, trilling his subscript
ion account, and was taken sick and died
en the Isthmus!
a?9 The crowded state of our columns
this weok, compel s us to lay over the com
munication of , It will appear
next week. - , .
H,ia RnTOR.iTiira.--W are pleased lobe Able to
record tho aallofuctioa of our outron, after trial of an
article adverliei-d In our columns. We have the sal-
l,rurtlon knw several ofmir reader, who havo u,eil
I'rofeMor Woed.a Hair KaaioraUve. aud pronounced
Ittobe Ju,t what the advarliaemenl ut, 111. We
have aeveral pernual ncquaintunooa, too -who were
gray nuauea - tney uave trioa it, anil now tnuir Hair
I, Mdored to Iu original color, aud Ihey wllllugly add
llielr lealiinnny to iu effloluncy, and will give Inrthcr
lurariHRiionloollieradealrlna; It.. Thla apeaka well
for tha arllrlomid wo ad vl, 3 all who do not wl,h to ap
pear gnty-hiaded ta uia Woo.l,, Hair Battorallv- .
WeaUru Patriot. ,
NOTICE. . '
rriHR Bank, of thi. City will be eln.e.lon CHRIST
J. MAS and NKW YKAH'S BAYS. Parlloa having
papermalurlng on either of thoae daya mum give the
MuepravloaaotUntlvn. C. p. OAKAGHTY,
. " A. C. WOKTHINOlOJt,
B. P. Kh'INUUND,
Ltacaiter, D,cnthM SO, IBM 8wW Ca.hUra."
ar .iROM th onclaturs of tha anbserlbara In Canal
Wlnehettor, Vranklln eooiuy, Ohio, on or about
IheSrd in,t., A BAY M A HK, abo, 1 14 or IS hand high,
heavy aet, blind In the loft eye. and a little eroat-fallen.
and Mid le be S or 10 years old. She dm lost Mca at
Clep,ol' Poeder.aeer Hooker', Bridge, a the Co
ual. Whoever will teturn Mid inure lo tha aohMrl
kea at Canal Wlnehe,ter,orglve iiifenuatloui where
au way oe lounu, win no itnoruliy vewaroea.
UeiiumbarSO, IAJJ3w33 B. BAHTLKT A CO.
Dissolutloa or Partnership. .'
XNRCo-Partnerthlp heretofore oxlatlng between
PHILIP ntsiNO and JOHN LYONS In tho Dry
dabaalneta, have thla day diaaolved by mutual
eunsenti The note, and books of Mid arm ar in the
aandeof PHILIP HlSlNa, whole duly authnrlxed te
acme tne Mate. PHILIP Hlsiso,
Uacaitar, 0,. II, lSSS 3w JOHN LYO.NS.
. PHILIP makoahta best how labia old onatonaera
aod nn the rail of mankind, and thank, thain for the
very liberal naireoato he ha, ruaelvad line he eon.
Oieneod bualuoM. tie may still be found al his OLD
oi nau wnere ue i, a-,r,rwiia lo aeu uoeaa aeoneai
aaonyboaieln town, if mtl a tilth canrar. Hlaatecl
I, now a, foil as any other similar establishment. If
any ahould hi sceptical, all ho asks Is tn give hint a
Mil and see for thoaieolvos. Uoa. se, ISM 3S
OPPOSITKTHB COURT ROUSB POUKTAIK,
ZANE8VILI.G, OHIO. '
t. A. SCOTT J. K. XTALLAC1, Proprlelon.
- Daeor,e, !3i- 1
LASCASTSB L0P0B, Ka. J7... Dee 18, IAU
vnariu,,,!. ihIHIII.Ati - w, -
" COUNCIL, No. 4. SI,
KSCAMI'UWr.S. " Si, "
. Aa Ordiaaucs
Toprarld, forth) etUUUIiUf ( Ou Weriu la th
VJ 1 1 J HtUUMHI.
SKO. X. Ut U mrdtitui tf tit Cit) CouII tf tht
Citi i.iMMm, Thai R. T. Coranlal. hi, uiu-
eitM, aeeenonend Ml(a. be ud thy sr htrtbr
ulSurlsed to ut lh Slmot,, twio,, Allov, ud Pub
lie Cmattdsof Mid Cltj, tnvludiiif uj udll Tarrl
tarj lht iu, j h,roftoi be anaoxod tbotme, for Ui
purpoao, or laying dowa In ,ald Siru,lD(M, Allev,
od Public (JrnaoiU, Flpj, far lb, couveyinc, of G,
la d ibrougb Mid Oily, tot lb in, of Mid Cily and
iulubobiUDU; Mid Pipe, to b nitd ot Cut I rob or
otuor tubaum equally aa food for tut parpoaa. And
It la proTttlod thai aald GuaPI(as ahall sol lnlorf,ia
with tbaueeoaMrjr drainage of s&td CUT br moan, of
Hoirotaoroiher undor-fcound Sxturaa for Ilia riurpoaa
of drainage, nor UU Uia Uj-lug of Pijioa lo conduct
waiet tola auld city.
Sec. 9. All excavation, of Slroeta, Altars, Ao., ahall
ba roado uudar Uia diraetlanof aald City Couuell.and
wtth tho lout tnconveolouca to the publlo Intaroua,
acdtll injurloadotiotolha Mid StrocU, Atlorr. dtc,
by reaaon of aaid exoaTattoua, ahall ba raualrod with
llduadtllgauoo by auld k. T. ConlaU, fela wo-
ciawa, c., aoa iu, aaraaoa ion in a good c-induicn
a, bafora aaid oxouvatiou war uiada, and tha aald
it. t . iovarnaio ana un aaaoctatM aod aaaigiia, ahall
b liable for all damage, aualalnad by any paranb or
poraona by roaaou of tha xcaTutloua of IhJ blraau,
AlUya aud Lauea la a.iid alty.
Nac. J. BtitfurtKtr aaoetaf, Thtt, la ooatldarattoo
of Ui privilege, luraln grauMd lo (ha Mid H. T. Co
Tordalo, hi, aaaooUtat, auccauora and aaslgni, thoy
ahaU.ou or bofura th ttri day oj April, 18i0, co
uionca th couatruotloB of wort, tor tno manufactui
of ia, and ahull, by tha Ural duy of April, lftST, hav
compUWd tbonrna, togother with lha Uylnf of at
lout ono uiila or leudlng or main Pipo, aud lhy ahall
furntahto tho city for public? lampa, ga, al a rat not
tooxcaod Two Dollar, aod Fifly Oouufor 10J0 cubic
iaa,,uiu cuy oeiug at an expeoao lor Mia fubho
LaniDs. Lainn Poala. Uatora. rittlura. oto:andthoT
ahall furulab Gusto tho iuhubltanls of th City at a rat
urn axooouiug roar isoiuirapor iuwouoicr86t,ana ta
cua of Mid K. T. Coverdale. hi, auoclatoa, &o., par
performtDg all lha condition of thi, ordlnani-. thoy
ahall bavo oxolutlro privlloga of laying PI pea for con
voying uaa in saw rtuai-ta, uuioa, Aiioya and r-ublie
Croud,, and of putting np Pipca aud olhar Pitting
In Dwelling, Store,, ahopa, and other building and
P'.aoaa, connecting thra with ths main or laadtng
Vipea, for the term of ton Tear, from lha duto of thla
nrilluano. And It ia further provided, that any te ro
om ry hilar on tbe pari of the uid H. T. Coverdale,
ia aaaociataa. dec. o iwrform ant of tha condltiona ef
thi, ordinance where each failure laoecaMloned b ae.
cidenlorantowardoveuta.it ahall not work a forfeiture
ofth privilege, herein contained, provided the aune
,uan oo repatroa witnin areaaonabie time, j
M:.-. s. Jfnc aa ( Sttriktjk tnactid . That lha above or
diuuuoe ahall not be ta conatrued u to oorvont tha ci
tizen, from aubacriblng fur atock la auoh ,um, aa may
auit their convaniencj lo uuy amount not exceou-
mg one-nan too coat of aaia uu work.'
BX0. S. Said K. T. Coverdllla. hla auoolnlea. Ar..
ahall Slelholr accoplance of thi, ordinance wilh the
uuy tviora witniu iu uaya irom tneoataof us paasac.
CHAKLES P. 6ltiPKEH, PreatdeuU
Attctt O. 8. Willi, ne, City Clurk. -Lauca,Ur,l)ocerober
JO, IBii 3w33 " ' -
. Great Excitement at Salt Lake I
E X KTIiaU A K K .'
3IOH 7HOX IN DISTHGIItH
"iTS team from a paper Issaed In St. Louls.that tha
w w Mormons at a i ilko are in v.n.i ii.ti,Aa
eaused by a supposed Enrlhauake. However. J I Mr
UITKS I, not in ths lout disUoa,. aa bo has Just re-
WIT.U . nn, lot ni ioweiryi tisicnei sod
vuriiima, rreieni,, ot wnicn ao bopo, todis
poso of during tha Hollldays. . . J)jc. , 18AS 31 -
To fix pormanontly the hours at which th arkets
auau os oponsj m tue uuy or Idncastor, betweon
the flrat days of Ueoembar and March or auk .r
SEC. I. Bt ft erdsin,d y tht Citf Council of tkt
Cily a Looeattor, That from and after tho legal
publicatonol thla Ordinance, the inarkeu or the Mid
Cily of .Lancanlur, ahall be opened from and aflerthe
Srttday of December In eaeh and every year, and
up In the flrst day of March In the suocooilng year at
Puscd UeceutberSlh, 1S5J ''
' C. P. SHjEPFBK. P. CUy Conned.
AttcstQ. 8. WiLMiMs. Clerk. Dec-S 3w31
CISCIS.11TI, WILMUQTOS & ZASESVILIB
Rail. Roin ti TRnnoon to Zini,vii.i.a.
U. W, GRAHAM 4 CO,,
Forvrardera and Commission Bkrrhanlj
TJBOPBIETORS of regular I.lno of Steamers run.
n. mug irom ine,riiia to vv heeling and Pitts
burg, and solo Agent, for tho Pemisrlnril, Central
i.tturuou iur mis vauey. trartoou$ttn A Count -
Only ono drvyaee to or from III Rail Road to Hoi.i.
Shippers of Flour and Produec gencrnlly on the
LlnenftheC. VV. 4 2. Road, will find ihl. ii.-..,..
expeditious route to tho Kail and w think qtilto a.
Our faclllllea will warrant a spjedy transtt lo all
prnperiy eniruereu io our care.
No churgea on nronorlr, escerillnr actuiil ilnnia
Tlirnufh Kewlptagiron to Hnltlniore, Phlladrlplila,
w . ,.r uimiin, , . f,. II . utl.t ll.JiU ft III,
Dsc 6, lfiJ3-5ni3. T
F.-om tho nn.ton finrnl.l '
f ,?r?.'"," yo,,T,, K?iowiMo! Uy using Profeasor
Wood'. Hir RoalontllTC, gray hair van be pormanent.
j MoriKiimi coinr.. ine suDjoluod certl-
licsto was rooelved from Jnliatnji A. kiaim n.At
Mnliio, and I, but ono of tho many luainncu, that are
dally mining t our knotfludirr of It, effect,. It ,Uo
'MihnririMiidiniieai, nutaeoir-cviuenl truth, as hun
dred, iu ur caiuinuulty can tetlify. .
O&amifCM. f M:ilnn. Ttine 00 1011
William II.DiiiD.urSlr.lh... iTl.
tlesofPriifusior Wood's llitlr Healontlve. .,wl ...
truly say Hi, the greatest diicorery of the age fur re
storing and changing tho liutr. Bifnre ualng It I wa.
''") i aeveniy. ray nair Baa now attain
ed It, orlglnnl color. You eau reefiininiifi it i tum
world without tho least fear, as my ea,a was one of
inv,uni,iiiu, tour,, ii, it, MUKPHY.
THE HOLLITJA T9 AUG CO.HIXGII
Opposite Sbwffct' Hotel.
J 0 11 U SEAE LSS
KCS lhavc to inform his old customers and even-
body else that he has ill, I received illrrn ..
pnbllshers. a heavv Inroieo of KiMtiilnrri ... mu.
v-uiiiiuviioa ii inn,, uui iioor,, Annniii,, etc., suited
furtlir Library, Parlor and Holllday Presents! among
them may be nninud British Poet,, S vols OcUvo.bound
in Morocco, rovised billtlnn; Hmtenpear',, Moore's
nuu ujruu-s couipieHj roeticni vvurRw llb Snesteel
iiinairuiions.wiiii ins largest and lunttconiploto slock
Of 1'oeticul works ever broucht lo this cliv.
Also. Peiniilo Life among the Mormons, by the wtfe
of nn Elder; L ghtand Darkness, a story of fashions
hlo Life; Footprint of an Itenerunt.liv M. P. Gaddlat
Japan a. It was and Is. by Hlldreth; . Whaily's Putura
KUte; Ulhel. or Iho Douhlo Brror, by Marian Jamoi;
the Hlddon Path, by My Marlon llarland; Cona Cat
uornors, ny uenauiy.
Am4ug hi, Gift Bunks an Annnnls may befonnd the
ThoughU Bloa,om; Memory's Gift: CnrUilnn Keep
sake; Friendship's Tnkent the Phlloepona; Ciclilan
uui, nnow riaxe; Free Muon'a liin; Mots Koso;
Atlantic Hovenler AflVirtlon's Oifll Romance of Am...
ricsn Landscnpns, a beautiful work, all bound and put
np In the naatestand most substantial style.
Also, a large SMorlmenl of Bibles, large and small
anu an prices; Hymn Books: Calholle Praver Books,
togetherwlth overv vnrtetv of Hellilou, Works.
Au extensive assortment of Cap, Latter and Note
Papor. Envelopes, die. Onrstock has bean laid In with
special reference tn the wanUand testes of our Pa
trons. Ladles and Gentlemen will call anil examine
at their loieure.
P. R. My nrrangemonle are seen that I receive every
new work direct from the Publisher, asaoonas Issued.
Lancaster, Nor. 8, IMJ ti JOHN SBABLKS,
VALUABLE CIT7 2ESIDENCE
rTtHAT henutlful Honse and Lt oa tha Eaatelde of
I Broad Street, near Wludlng Street, and immedl
atuly North of the retlilence of .Mrs. Creed, The Lot
la Forty-three feet front by One Hundred and Sixty
nvn iee,uep io a twelve root .itoy. ine iioum
coutnlm Seven Kooma Hall, Kitchen, ore, and
was Anlshod about one vear since. Also. a com
modious Stable, Carriage House, Wood and Coal
House, dia., Va. All in good repair. .
T his property will be aold cheap for cash or in pay
ments, as It is Iho Intention of the proprietor tn move
West, For further psrtiriilars emiulre On the pr
mltes or or the EIHTOH of Iho GAZETTE.
Lancaster, November IS, 18SS S8lf . - .
BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS!!
WS have In tlnre at thi, Urns (with large quanti
ties of Goods yel lo arrive) th '
" LARGKST AND CHEAPEST '
Stock of DRY OOOns ver offered In tho WKSTI
There has beea some decline la tho prices of Goods
within a few weeks, whleh enables Ds to buy lor ft
ioti ofGoods,a4aefaaepjaJels,atTaav low rates,
a that wa un sell aul lf.w tht utmoi rot it ,
Wa would call special attention to " ' '
Voire Antiques, Fnncy Sllk,rioia Black
Silk, French Merinoes, Paraatettas,
FRENCH PRINTED ALL-WOOL DBLAINR8;
AMERICAN & ENGLISH DELAINES,
Aa Immense slook. Prle18i to tS. .
American, English and French, Flints,
Prlco, from So upwards.
CSJ Z2a . CE. .V
A most elegant variety) r
Telreto, Cloths V Trlraaiincs for Cloaks)
8 IV Jl W L . 8
Broch, and Bay Stat Rbawls, at lower priest than
' ever before offered;
Embroideries and Laces, Gloves and lis.
slery, e., e. -:f
' Ws cordially Invite to a free examination of oar
atock, which will be fouad greater Iu extent, and at
lower prlceo, taua any other Houm eaa offer.
, WILLIAM LEE o CO,
Clndauoil, November 14, 1&S4 JdjSS
NICHOLAS ' FOX, - v
Mala Rtrt,sd doorXatt of Clyt Hotel, '
Lanculef, May 3, WO St
hei lit Male.
TwY' ' "' Ptoportf froaS
thO Court of CumniM . .- . J . 7
madlroctod, I will off, al pablU Mli al u. 'c
Houm la UauMr.M M.I a,,, d., Dm
Sar, IboS. btwea toe hoara r ia .'-I. 7 Z .-a
'"ac!LV- U- following deaerlbad Heal' Itlit,. :
eighth Cquar of tho Iowa, bow CUy of LaaeuU. or
all thelntereatof Willlaaa H. Shan to aaidljSu
Appralaed at (St.OUC) twothoaMiid dollare.
Taton u the oronartv of William u. si...., .. .l.
sallofJohaC. Weaver. .
larmaorMlacaah. WM. POTTBR, ShaHS.
per all. L. W1SKMAR, Depatj.
Lartcaaur, JtovombarM.iaM owSpf
r StMtt of Okim. Wmirtmld .,. ' ..
I)UKSUAtrto the eommaud of an order of Ml
from the Court of Common Pleas la aald eoootv. -
and to m directed. I will o8r at public Mle at the -Court
Honse in Loaeaster. a Touimo tk. iui . .
JmMuor), lrJilijJ betweon the hours of IS otlnek A St.
aud 4 o'clock P. M.,the following described Ileal Ea-Ulo,to-wlu
Lot Ho. 7 In Carpentar'e oddlUoa I th
Town of Lancaster! alao. Lot Ho. 1 In Bradslradt's '
Kuui,iun ui kucuidt; aiaoe aerea on tb JCaal end of
the following described tract of lead, betng on Eaee,' '
loeatloa of land on which I he Iowa of La neuter wo
laid out. In Townahlp Ko. 14, of Rang No. IS of Unit- '
ed Stela land, sold al Chitltoolbe, beginning al A' '"'
post whore a atone la planted oa the South aide there
of, oear Res,' bridge, blngthlowertell-bridgover
tha Hockhocklng River, near said Town of Lancuter. -
where a honey Utenal ait tneaea In dlaraelor beara
South 31 dogreea Eat S5T links and ea lm SS lacho .'
la dlaroeUr bears North 90. degresat Uia ace Konth
SOX dograeaWeal 10 chalna and S links lo a poot
waare a aoney looast 10 tncbea in dlamelei haara
North 79X dagrcoa WestStiS liuka i al a hiv I.....1 f -
4 luches In diameter boars North TOW oet Slj links: ,
thenno Ronth a chain, aurf Ml ItnW ... .. -
oono I4 aegrecs vv oat S chain, and SS links lo tha " -
E loco or beglnnlug, containing 8 V sere, mor or law.
ot flo74 tn Oa.nA.ir..tl.llilnn . n i j. . .r, , ,
Lot Na 10 in Brads-ate', addition apprnlaed at five. "
m. rvur auuumi anu Blgnty lollar. - ,
To bo aoldaaUie properly of James M. Pratt,! th ,
suit of John M. Lowrle. Terms f sale rash.
Marlln and flchletob. Attorneys. ' .. - .
Lancaster, Ueoombor 13, 1C3S SwSStpfss
fr - Sheriff's sale. . - :
Tho stati of on. r.iVa.u -..
PURSUANT lo the command of an order of Ml .
from the Court of Com man Pln. l .'
and to me directed, I will offer at pnblie Ml at the ;
aoor oi ma uain tiouao ia uacMter, oa riuii, tho
MIA day . Joowny, 18S, between the houra of IS
o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock f. M., Ut foUowlug do- '
gribed Real Estate, lo-wlti . . , .
31 feet off of Lot No S In Carpenter's addltloa to lha
Town of Lancaster, appraised at 1200. Also, North '
h.lfiir I J,t K SI li. M-ni.i. . A Jl.l . . i
jniiHi rj '.1,1.'. Ill IU . I.WI
ofLancastor, appraised al (930. Aisa,LotNoll4,ai
praited at S335; lio, lot Ne IIS apprttMd at e4U0i '
also, lots No IIS, 117, 11H and IIS appraised al (4100.
an luinrpvniar-aauuition IO.U1 sowu ol LDOaatOf. TO '
be aold as the property f James M. Pratt, at tbe auit '
of William Slide, Jaa. and Joh Borland, receivers,
ne. i arms oi sate easa. wot. rui ItK, Mborlg, -
H. H. Hunter, Attorney. . ,:
Lancaster, Ohlo.Ucceniber 13, ISU Sw3Spfl .
.; Sheriff's Sale. '..
Tho Stato of Ohio folrfili Ceunry, ot. -
PURSUANT loth command of tn order of m(
from the Conn of Common Pleas of FalrfloM coon
ty.and tome directed, I will offer at public sala at lb '
Court Honse In Lancaster, on Tuetdof tho iSth day of ''
Joouorf' 18S6, between lOo'elock a. m.and 4 o'clock
p. m., the following dejcrlbed Heal Estate, to-wit
In Lou numbers At and six (S and ) la Carpenter's
addition lo the Town of Lancaster, otherwise known
and naai bared on the new plat and by rcesul KOinlrrr
Ing of said Town now City of Lancaster, a. Lata Mow.
Two Hundred and Two and Two Hundred sad Tarev
(vO-: and 293) In said city of Lancaster. NoSafrarala
edottlOOO. Noeappralsdatai400. To b old to lb
property of Jamea M. Frail, at the ealt of John O. Mar
tin. Terms cash. WILLIAM POTTER, Sheriff. .
Martin and Schlelrh, Attorneys.
. Lancaster, December 13, ISO SwISpfg
PnHlc Sato of Ileal Ettata.
mHEHKwIU be told An the 19th day of January
1 next, the farm of Geo. Ktegel decoaacd.situated.
In Amanda township, Fairfield county, Ohio. 147
acres Is under good cultivation, also a good dwelling
houso and a bank barn; the Mme Is well watered with
a never fulling spring; 04 acres being well Umbered,
which will be sold In throe seporsto lots. Th pur- '
chusr being required to pay one hair In rash on tha
Istof April 1836, tlio other hnlf in 4 annual poymenta
without interest, also to secure said payuauts by
Mortgage on tho premises If ronulred.
loe.l3,18SS 4w33.o IKKSK RIEGEL.
Attachment Notice, -
Henry Leonard dc R. O. ' .' " "' ' '
Leonard, known as the Arm of I
Plalnllff, taaa Attacllmaal. .
, Loonard A Brother. . ) .
Thoa. J. Tabtor, Uefendant, ) . ' "
BEFORE J.V. Brtson.a Justice of IhePeac far
, "'"'i? to,rn,nlP Pilrflold county Ohio,onth
50lh dnyoi Sori-mbcr, lR5i, said Justice Issued aa or
der arullurhmmit In the atwr action fur Iho turn of
slxty-eight duUar and twenty-four cents. s
. LliOJiAKD dsBROTHBS.
Basil, DceT, laJ5w4w3J i
Adiutor'tofThomiitMcArthar.dec) laPaJrUeU- '
Against t . '
Th Widows and lllr.orutA j.m n. n '
flVIK undorslgiiod, pursuant lo so order of sals di- '
l rected to them In tho above ease, will ou Is
, ..win n i
13 of the Estate of William Mrri.. .IT
pruecedings ofparlition to David Hallman and Eliza
In, wife, containing 103 acres, deducting however.
00 acres off of tho South side of Mid tract, with all th J
encuraboraiiee thereon. .To he aold at ant Has ths a
the appraised vuiue. Anpra'sid st SJOO. Tonus cs.
- - . JOH.V T. MoAKl'riUrt, Adtu'lor, .
' i ,i. n ' i ' - :
Attachment Nolioe. . , .
Gazette Omco.Lnneaster, Ohio.) "refor O. Strlit
: . T ' . ' ' JL'nnn,Esq.,a Jus-;
i r ?!"ufr AeT,11- ' il" of the Peace la
f.n,.J,,r.1-loLcliir1'l.w"niI' 'strBeld connly, Ohio .',
On the e.th day of November, A. D. less, at IU In. -stance
of the Pronrtetnroflhe Gaiolt Oiflce of Lan-'
oa..lr,Odlo,aalil Justice iuttad anorder of attachment '
la Iho above causa, for lh.su, u ut Seventesn Dotlara; '
Oit. dal L nita,lr,Uhlo this SuvoiitooaHb day ea Da- '
comber, 1U35, Djcs.ii'jsr SJ. ldi is-M ' '
Estato of John F. Outcalt. ,
TSJ0T1CE Ii hereby given that tbe subscribers have
L boon quatllled m Kxcculors of the Estate f John
P. . Outcalt, doceassd, 1st of Fairfield Couuty, Ohio.
All persons having claims against Mid Estate are no
lined to present thorn within one year duly auUientl- '
rated. aud all peraon. Indebted will make Immediate
payment. FREDERICK OUTCALT , " "
. uce 6V3w31 K. J. OUTCALT,.'. ' Ex'lprl.
Dll. R. S. FIR LEY,
OFPKHS hla profuMlonal services lo th altlient
of Laneaslor and Its vicinity.
As hi, system of madleal practice la new to many
In this place.lit may be deemed properto give a few
of It, iilllnetlT0 features. '
The use of the lancet la abandoned as a praetle
fraught with evil eonsequonevsl and a natural dopls
llon more safe and affootual substituted, by Incroas-
Ing the various aoeretlona and excretions of th body
thus reducing the circulation to any doslrabl ex- '
tent, and avoiding effectaally the abstraction or dimi
nution oi any vital or Invigorating nriueinle of lha, 1
. , AS A IU BBTITUTX , ': : '
For the nolsonout mineral medicines hevetnfMi i
common nse tha more gonial medlrlnea as now pre- "
if-.u ivuimiiiaHu anu pmy meuioinai torm,
from the vegetable kingdom, ar only admitted Into,
practice, being more thorough and efficient agents,
nnd always under the antlra eoniml nftha hmmhia.. .
er; but under no eircunistancee capable of producing
any of the disastrous results Men ia every community
whera r.tnmnl .,..1 Bi ....L ..l I . 1 w
the chief rellanc.
Offle Tallmadge Hoato. over White at Lalta't"
Jteildcnee Rev. SsmuslCarpcntsrs.Drosdway.
Ocl. 5, 18U. Jy. . , . .
A. FIELD'S "' "" - ' "
BALTIMORE OYSTER DEPOT.-
AS Jotlbeen opened at the WARHI
HOUSKof Jfetfrlcia Ac Waad...
theJuncUon of the Canal and Railroad. --
The Bnest Ovstors In whole and halfCana '
received dally. Oar friend la adlotntns- towaa.
eaa always besupplled al a momenta nolle al Ola
elnnatl prieea. All Oysters told by me warranto!
good and frash . JAMES BOTD.Agoat. .
jaueoatar uciooer 11, ibsj smse.
DeelrmsI City Prjrty for Sal. -? j
THATdosirsble property located ea Wheel-
Ing Street, corner of Broad A Hey, being IDS
fast on Wheeling by ISO feetoa Broad Alley. .
Residence contains S rooms, kitchen. Outhouses, W,
with all the eonvenlencM of a family residence also '
a new and convenient Carpenter's Shop, Smoke Hons,
Stable, Ye. TermtTreasonable. For further partloa
lore enquire of LITTLE ar DRKBBAOI1S.
aoucaslst, Julys, IBM 1 ;
THE nnderslgned hu opeaed la th Wklla Balld
Ing, a low door West of tha Hoeklag valley '
Bank, a well assorted Stock af Draa-e sad Modi
clnea, which ha offers ta the pnbli at Terr fair '
prices.. n. . HUB. lfi
ijancas,cr,vetooerst, 100 tr 1m.
t ' LOOKIPI tt OI.ASSBS,
A Mat all time prepared I furnish lOOKIKSJ,
GLASSES la Mahogany, lTalaal or SsanrsK
raraes, Looking Glou Plat, Plftares Vrarass, die. .
Also, out Frame, masses er u aiaea ana siyios,
Portrait Frawiaa, Picture Frames, sad ageaeral a.,
aortmenlof Pletarasand Oil Palallags, al whalaswi'
sndretall,atthelwestBri,. J.O. tvti
Ho. S Wst FoarV StreAt, Claaawtsi, aasVi
C. BAR LOW, M,
, nOMfEOPATnisTT. : ;
J-VPPICX la Tallmadge Blosk, Mala Stfwt,TsaM-
tat. O. . William. M. I 1 t,Tiaa4. -' -' - "
rl. r. Oalchell, ss. i. :r::i
a n m.ir v n .c.laam.
J. H, Tulle, M. V., CraetaaalU
house door iu lb Cily of Uncaster, In Mid enunlv..
will jiirer at public sale, tho following parcl of land,
v'w 'J Ih Koill bx'f f AocllonNo. 44, In Towaahlo f .
No. IS, Ranee No. 01. balnr n.n. ..rli. si ,j .
wni Ifli OJ JOOItmro.lKiA. boM IKa.i