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Tbaradajr Hornlnff, 9ept, S3, 1891
., WIUO STATU TICKET. -
FOB OOVCBNOB, ...
SAMUEL F. VINTON,
Of SMbMA OOUSTI,
FOB tlECTENANTP GOVKRNOB.
EPIUIAIM R. 13CKLEY,
- 0 CilKOLb 0OIITT.'.
icamar or itatc, " .
1 : EARL BILL, of Erio.
', . ATTOSSIT OIHIKi'b,.
- HENRY 8TANBEBY, of Franklin.
AVDITOR Of STATB. -
JOHN WOODS, of Butler.. .
. TRXASORIB or CTATt.
ALBERT A. BLI83, of Lorain.
DANIEL SEGUR. mnsirtAasj
BENJAMIN F. CONWAY, two-VMM,
DAVID H. LYMAN, oaa rasa.
scram jodom. ' ' '
SHERLOCK J. ANDREW8, ol Cuyahoga,
CHARLES C. CONVER8, of Moskingnnv.
PETER ODLIN, of Montgomery.
BELLAMY BTOREB, of Hamilton.
, : GEORGE B. WAY, of Defiance.
' BBATOBlAli DISTRICT.
' f Fairjleld, Hocking and Atkttu )
- " SMATOt.
JOHN T. BBA8EE, of Fairfield.
Fairfield County WtolR Ticket.
TUNIS P. ASHBBOOK, of Pleasant tp.
rAOSATS J0DO(. '
JOHN GABAGHTY of Hncking.
OLI1K Or TBI COBaT,
JOHN D. NOURSE, of Liberty.
JOHN C. WEAVER, of Hocking.
JONATHAN COULSON, of Greenfield,
COD ITT IDBTirOB. -
WILLIAM HAMILTON, of Cleerereek.
. OOOITT IKriBBABT DIBSCTOB.
ROBINSON J. PETERS, of Hocking. ;
Oim TiokcT . Tbe Whig county tick
et from top to bottom ii good one, com
nn..,l nf nm of the best men in the
county, and there is not a fair mindeJ
democrat in Fairfield, who would nol
prefer it whole to the ticket present
ed by our opponents, were it not for his
party predilections and usages. Every
dav we hear some democrat observing
that ha would like to vote for this or that
individual upon our ticket, but he must
comply with the old usages of the paiiy
and cannot do it.
And why not! They are citizens of the
same county, equally interested, in her
prosperity aud welfare, all contributing
to pay the expenses of the couuty gov-
eminent, and are known to be 'honest.
faithful and capable." These are the old
tests, the only proper ones to be consider,
ed in county matters, and when a party
disregards the wishes of the people by
putting in nomination unpopular and in
competent men, the people ought to die
regard the wishes of the leaders and re
ject their selections. ' With our heavy
uses, the utmost economy should be us
ed by county officers, and no man is fit to
hold office who will expend the county
'funds in sn improper or extravagant roan
ner. These things should be taken into con
aideration by the people of the county in
preparing their ballots for the coming e
lection. A reform is much needed, and
the best men should be selected to put
the ball in motion. ,. v
An Important Qcebtion. While
Col. Medill's friends are laboring to get
himvoteaon account of the liquor law.
it will first be well to find out what are
his opinions upon this question. If we
remember rightly and we guess we do,
he did not think 'it necessary.when speak
ing upon the new Constitution, to tel
the audience how he should vote upon
the license clause. '.
r Tha Eairle eavs the Whigs have
now "sole controle". of the finances of
. the State. This is the first time that we
have heard the Abolition-Locofoco Board
of Public Works atyled Whigs and we
reject the t'W '
Thi LawoV Sbt Off. The Eagle is
nlfliil in hr tn the chares of
Locofoco stealing, Mr. Stanbery's pur
chase of Land scrip. The 'plea will be
held good, whenever the EagU can con
vince the people that a trumpt up ac
count is a fair set-off to a fair and honest
account not before. It must be under
tood in this case that the original ac
count is proved to be correct the set-off
proved to be false. To what ahifts are
desperate men driven for the purpose of
gaining a bad cause.
Court or Common Pi.ts Indict
menu Judge Whitman. Tho Grand
Jury adjoumed over on Tuesday lart to
Saturday. Up to that time they had
found 143 indictments, 5 for Gaiming, 2
for Assault & Battery, 1 for Larceny and
335 for Retailing Intoxicating Liquors.
Judge Whitman's charge to the Grand
Jury, relative to the gaiming and liquor
laws, was very forcible, and aa will be
seen very effective. The cases, howev
er, were all continued to await the an
tion of the Supreme Court and the next
Legislature, particularly in reference to
the provision in the new Constitution.
Ithaa been staled to us that Judge
Whitman told one of the defendants that
the liquor act waa a Whig law and he in-,
tend to give them enough of it. This is
a serious charge and we hope it is not
true. It is circulating pretty freely in
this community, and as much as we dis
like to speak of the Court in any other
than a favorable manner, we thought it
our duty to allude to it in this eonneo-
: tion, in order that it may be denied, if
not true. '
"Horn Mattsri County Printing.
We recur to this aubjectagaln,the Issue
being narrowed down by the Eagle to
two propositions. Upon these we' are
willing to meet him. All the personali
ties be is pleased to indulge in about
ourselves are foreign to the issue and we
have no reply. We know about as much
about printing'and printer's prices as he
does himself, and probably more. But
that has nothing to do with the facts. The
following are the Eagle' t propositions
and he challenges, us to a denial: ,,
1st. We have never charged the coun
ty . more than the legal and customary
rates for printing.
S. The printing for Fairfield county
has cost as little, according to quantity,
as in any other county in Ohio, except
where the business hssbeen ruined by
such men as the editor of the Gazette.
And it has been done principally in whig
counties, quarreling among themselves
for the job. Their attempts on demo
crats, in democratic counties, have fail
ed in every instance that has come under
our observation. .
In another article, the EagU aays that
the price of printing is regulated by law.
With two exceptions, and these are the
delinquent list and the general laws, the
Eagle' t statement ia untrue. For every
thing else the Eagle has the right of
charging what it pleasen, provided th
Commissioners are willing to pay him.
So far as "legal" ra(ts.ure concerned,
we have never objected& the Eagle's
charge of one dollar per square for three
insertions , We have objected to spread
ing advertisements over more space than
they ought to occupy. If this rule was
properly observed and than the proper
rates charged, the Eagle would receive
about 125 fur publishing the Auditor's
and Treasurer's reports, instead of $47
That ia one item which was formerly
published ondet "legal rates," and any
man can satisfy himself by going to the
Telegraph office, aw? getting the editoi
who ia disinterested, to measure the re
ports nf 1850. The reports of Ross
county are about equal its length and
four papers charge $87 or about (22
each. So much for the "legal;" now for
the "customary." "
The Eagle gels 81 per quire for printing
Blanks. " In Ross, the Gazette charges
62j and 75 per quire; and the reader
must understand that these charges are
made by the publishers of the Gazelle
upon their motion, not caused by any
underbidding. There are three propri
etors of that paper, all practical printers;
Well acquainted with their business, and
did we wish to he personal we might
add that either one of them knows more
about the art than the individual who
undertakes to underate others. So
much then for the first proposition
That the printing of Fairfield county
has cost as little, according to quantity,
aa in cny other county, inj Uhio, we
most emphatically deny. We have
looked over the annual reports in our ex
chances and we kiww better. There are
not half a dozen counties in the Slate
of the same size, where this proposition
would bo Id true. . Il is not so in Rross, or
Muskingum, or Licking, or Pickaway
or Clark, It is so in Knox. Aud the
business in Ross has nol been ruined
I he U ax tile Joes the general printing
for the county and . charges fair prices
There have been no Whig there quar
reliiig about the job. There is but one
Whig paper and it charges what the pro.
pi ietois consider the "legal and custom
But the latter paragraph points a moral
Printing has been done low aaya th
Eairle, "principally in whig counties
quarreling among themteloes for the job
Their attempteon democrats in democrat
ic eountiet, have Jailed in every imtance
that hat come under our observation."
candid confession is good for the soul
This is nothing more than an acknowl
edgement that domocnlio office holders
will pay these enormous prices, even i
they can get the same work done at fair
er rates. It is a compliment not intend
ed, paid to the integrity and economy of
Whig mec in Whig counties.
One word more. The Eagle accuses us
of attempting to injure its proprietor in
his business. He knows there is not
particle of truth in thia statement. Wi
have never attempted to underbid him.
We have had our prices in printing for
individuals and so has he. Tbey are a
bout equal, as far as we know. We
have not attempted to reduce them, and
when he charges the county the same
rates we shall not have one word to say,
But as a tax-payer, we have a right toex
pose over-charges, by whomsoever made
We have a right and it is our duty to ex
pose corruption and extravagance. Th
Commissioners of this county do not d
their duty when they pay these prices'
and when one of them threatens to re
fuse to pay bills contracted by any nffi
cer with another printer, he shows that
he don't want to do his duty.
Section 6, of the act estsblishi
Boards of County Commissioners, reads
"That before any commiaaioner sha
enter upon the duties nf his office, he
shall take an oath or affirmation, before
Some person authorized to adnvnister the
tm. faithfully and IMPARTIAL! Y
to discharge the duties nf a commission
er of the couoty in which he resides." .
We leave the subject in the - banda of
the voters of this county. The amount
of printing hal nothing to do with, the
matter, so long . it is confined to its
proper limits it is the prices to which
we call their attention.
Tui Railroad. The surveying psrty
between here and Zanesville, under Mr,
Carpenter, returned on Friday laat, fiom
!.: t . . . e 'i.l
"""" " " "oro im eiiy
to Zanesville, north of Somerset. They
are now engaged In the examination nf
notber route stilt further north. - We
have no further intelligence from the
The question which is frequently ask.
ed as to the probable route, can only be
answered when the several examinations
are concluded and the Engineers com
pare notes and ascertain (he best one un
der all the circumstances connected with
Stvamroat Exri.nsioN Lire hit.
The steamboat James Jackson exploded
on Sunday laat, in leaving Shawneetown,
and thirty five persons were killed or
wounded. The boat was badly torn to
pieces and her boilers smashed flit. -
Cuba The latest news from this la
land states that a portion of the prisoners
had been sent to Spain and that forty
five still remained at Hanover. Nearly
170,000 had been subscribed for the re
lief of the widows and children of those
who fell in defence of the Island. .
Sooth Carolina. The official cen
aus returns of thia Stste give a free pop
tilation of 283,533 and a alave popula
tion of 384,984. "
Boilrr ExrLosio. The boiler nf i
C t l l a m mi a
reigm train expioueu near uieveiand.on
the 22d inst, by which one man was kil
led and three wounded.
Statb Fairs. The New VorkSsate
Fair, last week, waa well attended and
the Industry of the State fairly repre
The Ohio State Fair is now in suo
cessful operation. Columbus is crowded
with people and the articles on exhibi
tion at the Fair grounds are varied and
interesting. We shall give our readers
a more extended account in our next pa
Goonr's Lady's Book, for October, ia
a brilliant number, containing 22 em be
lishments and having 40 contributors
Among the engravings, is a benutiful por
trait, printed in colots, a new featuie
The November number, it is understood
will be still more excelled. Now is the
time to subscribe the postage ia low
and the club price only 82.
tJKSee new adverliiementa in to day'i
paper. We have barely room to direct
the attention of the reader to the arti
clea advertised. Remember that ad
vertisers sell cheapest.
GTHnn. J. M. Berrien, of Gennia. has
declared his intention of acting with the
Union party. He has been claimed by
the boutherii Rights party.
The Archbibhoprick or Baltimore.
It was rumored yesterday in the city,
and pretty generally credited, that the
Right Kev. Bishop Francis Patrick Ken
rick, nf Philadelphia, has been appointed
oy the f ope to the vacancy in the Arch
bishoprick of Baltimore. The most Rev.
P. Cullum, Primate of Ireland, itia said.
is deputed by the Pope to bring over the
pallium and superintend the ordination.
On enquiry, we ascertained that such was
said to be the case, but that it was not
sufficiently authenticated for an official
announcement. Ball. Sun,
rrWIE subscriber will offer at nubile lain, at hia
X reildenee on the Pike, two muss and a half weat
ol Lancaster, oo
Ft Iday, (ha 3rd day ofOetobar, 18S1
The following valuable property, to wit:
TEN HEAD OF HORSES AND COLTS;
8 or 4 bead.of MILCH COWS; a quantity of HOOS;
1 two-bora Wagon; I one-horse Wagon 4 barneai;
1 two-hone Carriage and Harnett; I Buggy;
1 English Wagon-Bad; Ploughs Harrown, all kinds
4 teta of Harnett; 1 Windmill; on Desk;
9 Eight Day Clocks. 1 large Copper k'eltle, '
1 Cooking Stove and Furniture. 4 Iron Kettles; .
A quantity of Sugar Crocks and Buckets)
Tables and Chain; 1 large Cupboard;
3 Beds, Bedateada and Bedding, 1 Cross-cut Saw;
8 aeta of hue Silver Spoon; 1 Fifth Chain-,
8 Log Chains; 1 Cutting-Box, a and quantity of -Household
Furniture and Farming Utensils
too tedious to mention, Sale to commence at ten
o'clock, A. M. ot said day. Nine months credit will
be liven on all sums over three dollars, the purcha
ser giving note with approved security: under that
turn caan in nana. KUDH-aYl vAttfta.
September 95, lc5t
Strayed or Stolen.
WAS taken or broke loot from my Wtgon In
Lancaster, on Monday night the id Instant, a
BRIGHT BAY MARK with gears on,
rather small in tize, but heavy built,
on hind foot white, a scar oo the right
nip nuao w bite iaii, ana a tear on ner
left for lee hist below the ahnntilAr
joint,scara supposed to be received by a kick,thod b-
rar. Any person wno will give Information where
the mar may be found, or returning her to th sub
scriber in Laurel township, Hocking county, or F. A.
Shastfer in Lancaster, will be rewarded.
Sept !J5, 1861 8w3l HENRY HARE.
Estate of Adam Wagner.
NOTICE Is hereby given, that the subscriber hav
been appointed and qualified at Exscutort of the
Estate of Adah Waohsu, deceased, lata of Fairfield
county. Dated at Lancaster, Ohio, 8th day of Au
gust, A. D. 15 1.
MICHAEL WAGNER, ) e.,...
' JOHN WAGNER t IMWOr-
August m, iaoi.
I i 1 ( 1? HaU In 3d ttory of Foster's build
aVr.VF. 17 . Ing.main-street-Charity Lodge
No. 7, meets every Monday Evening.
K. Jomw. Socretarv J. S. B RATTEN. N. O.
T.TOCK Iiocktna; Encampment No. 88, meeta
AA lh 2d and 4th Tburtuy t-venlng er ecb montn,
aa followK February 13th and 97th; March 13th and
37th; April 10th and S4tb; May 8th and 22d: June 13th
and 36th; July 10th. . JULIEN, C. P.
J. PiiOUT, S, . Jan39d31
R. V. BFrXWQEIt,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE In the room East of the court-house, ad
joining the residence of Wm. Letts, Esq.
Lanoester,Ohio,April 11,1861 60
TJ1711CDOW GLAS8.-30 half boxes 8 by 10
V V and 8 hall boxes IU by u, Mciwuuy a superior
Window Glass for sale by ...
OTTO W. KRAEMER.
Cash paid for broken Glass. .
. Lancaster, May 39, 1861 . - .4
PUTTY. pounds machine made Putty lo
bladom. for sal by OTTO W.KREAMEB,
Laacatter,Mayi9, 1WS1 4
WRAPPINGTPAPER 80 Ream cap Wrap
ping; 80 do Crown ,80 do Medium; 10 do dou 1
Crswa;aUdo CapTiaaue. Alt j heavy Pasteboard by
the gross, for saui by OTTO W. KRAEMER.
LaiMsster, May 39,1861. 4
LANCASTER. Tborsdsr, September ti. IIM
e leascrso wssair r ikiiii a awrt.
Wht, ,...411 .Potatoes J7W
Dried Apples U0
....... 14. 18
Corn Mwl 37A
Buler 8910 ,
Banra,..., .....i 'ttel
uomi do...... 10' 1J
Cofloe 101 I2J
Slew Tork ffarkd.
NswYi.ag, 8dplmber23. P. M.
KW sales or 3.000 bl.U '.I. Mi
3 75"33.V, Ohio 13.374.08. Van
14 08. Wheat talesof 1800 liimheU Carolina ml
al80o. Corn firm: ssIm of 1.1 000 lm.lv.1. a.m
Bi atM-S8ic-mixm9J'800. IWk quint
uwi acuvr; uim ol I'iO UW.city ok-u at I III 40
911. prime $il. Lard dull at 4 91. Of.-
eerie of 100 Lna Bin- rvfl'-a .1 fllr an
bbJt Naw Orleans Sugar al ty. Wu'ukev uuioi
swl m 222i,. Sl.iciis Erie dwliutd I J; Read
iog declined J; Caotou declined J; U. 8 sixo 1867
B LTiMoas, Sepl SO. -
for more freely, aud aula of abiMit 350 hnds. have
been made within the rsuge of qn-itMHiiM. hut
monly at 18.50! 13 rr.Ury and fiim yell-iw.
We quote as laat week, th.mgli price -ire' barely
npported. via: iulerinr) and common 0iio 14.50
Giigowi emnnwii mill. Mini IV-O'SG; hmI ami
hue red fC;508; and yelluw IIOIU.
DOMNO the coming Winter, will be kept on htnd
at ill time. In the Baaament of the Tallnudge
Bttf Bttak. Pitt-feet. Hot ColTet. At. It,.. In fin.
every thing of a rare order that the market wdlafibrd.
A room will ba kept up-ataira, adjoinine the parlor
Y H1 T,Uln,f! Home, for the aceomcnodiiion of
uaaiaa ana bentlemm, J. w. WEAVKR.
Lancaater, aeptember 38, 1851,. ' 31
T OOK HERE. NEIGIIBORt-Whu n.Uea
-SUJ vou wear that excaediiurlvnia H1 Ik. ...
know that M. 6 M ALLEY haa received the latctt Fall
ityla ofHaUl AUo, all kinda of CAPS. Remvn.
wr we piaceppoaita the Tallmadgalouie, t call in.
New Family Grocerr.
THE underaigned haa just received and is now o
pening oa the 8outhea$t comer of Cofemiu and
Wheeling ttreett, swell selected atoci of Family
Groceries, Confectlnnarioa, Ac, which will be sold
low. HesrJkiu a call from hia'old friends and the
piipnc m general. ISAAC CHURCH.
lanctnter, September SS, 18al. - SI
AFTER the first of October next, the marltott wl'l
be held but twice a week in thia ekv. I mm ih
lint day of October to th firtt day of May next, on
' - i - m.u -.m ii. . up eiwigv in iue mar
ket will take olac the enauinar waj.1.
N. B Hereafter the law in regard to throwing o!Tl
or rubbish within and about the market houan, will be
nncuyenioreea. SAMUtl.CA.'N.NON, Marthal.
lAOcaiter, September Ut, 1H01. 3w31
TVOTtCE la hereby given, that James Whlto on the
1' lltb day of July, 11, sued out of the court of
common pieai oi ine county ol r aimela and State or
Ohio, against the goods, chattels, lands, tenements and
effects of Daniel H. Strode, for th turn of Two Hun
dred Dollar damages which writ haa been terred
and returned. Dated this 19thday of Sept. 1HM
JOEL RADEBAUQil, Clerk.
September 26, 1851. b21
" " " Call and Settle.
HAVING formed s co-partnership with Mr. Jacob
F. Bzcc, in the Hardware busineaa, it now be
cornea necessary that nv old bushiest should ha apt.
tied up. Therefore all who know themselves indent.
ed to me, either on book tccouut or note, ar- respect
fully requested to call and settle up. Thankful for
past patronage, which hat been liberal, I solicit con
tinuance or the tarn witn the now farm, whem.lhe
old friends will find their favors promptly attended to
aa heretofore, aa th new firm will keen a heivv stock
of Hardware oaa.hand,Iand soil ohoaper than evor.
lome aoa try. r. IfUrr
Lancaster, September 35. 1851 " 21
. Highly Important.
fTtHE subscriber offers to sell hia valuable imnrnv.
J. ed Head Blocks for SawM ills, upon th
following term: . If they do not work as represent
ed, uo pay will be required. The improvement con
tisti in enabling ono mau to set both ends of a log at
me Bain moment oi urns, ana wuo me sruatett ra-
KularitV- . atsrxiuuicBS.
a miit r- ti i . i' i rL I .
niuumr. omca ijiuiuuus wuio.
Drake, Reed and Co , Xenia. Ohio.
John Young, Columbui, Ohio.
C. T. Solis, Columbui, Ohio.
Amer Reese, Columbus, Ohio.
Michael Sullivant. Columbus, Ohio.
Mnse Shaffer, Grovepoit, Ohio.
' E. F. Mclaughlin. Springfield, Ohio.
William Terl, Drbana, Ohio.
Hardy and Clark, Piqua Ohio.
B. F. Shadlick, Fletcher, Ohio.
Jamea Durbin. Texas, Ohio.
J. C. Fiak and Co. . Texas, Ohio.
William Halter, Napoleon, Ohio.
Stephens and',Co .Defiance, Ohio.
John Morgan, Bluffton, Indiana.
West and WUkins, Bloomtield, Ohio
The above are penona who have purchased the im
provement and have it now in naa.
All orders sddretsod, poat paid, to the subscriber.
at iMcmtr, twjtaa county. umo,mu he prompt'
ly attended to. JOHN S SNYDER.
Lancaster, September 38, 1861. 6cu21
MARBLE AND SANDSTONE YARD.
AJ. ULLY ft CO., st the corner of Broad and
Lawrence streets, with the aid of Machinery
wnicn win soon oa in operation, oner the public tne
following articlea at very low pricoa
Of Marble Monuments, Head Stonoa, Mantles
Of Free-Stone- Head-Stonet, Hearths, Window
Capt and Sills:
Of Sandstone Monuments with or without
marble tablets tor inscriptions; round monuments;
columns for porticoes; gate or fence posts; Sun dials,
SCT turned wun almost any mouituug requuea.
All kinds of building work well done at a short
Our stock of Marble, all Rutland Stone;
U I. .1 I' Ik. hAM...AH.I
u Sandstone, Lamot's and other atone of
Please call sndexamin for yourselves.
A. J. LILLY ft CO.
Lsncaater Ohio, sept. 13, 1861. 3ml30
Dissolution of Partnership. "
fTHE Partnership heretofore exiatioa between F.
J A. Shnffer and Jacob 8heffer,under thefirm-naroe
ol StLEFFER St BON, was dlaaolred by mutual con
tent on the 16th inat. The booka and notoa are left
in my handa for settlement, to whom all claims are
in ha naid and bv whom all debts will be settled
Thou indebted are requeited to call immediately and
Seine lonir acrouma, viuier vy gmu ur hum,. .
Th TANNERY will be carried on In future by th
undersigned, who respectfully toliciti a continuance
of the former custom. Always kept on hand a large
stock of Leather, Upper, Calf, Kip, Harnett. Skirting,
Cult at all timet paid tor niaea, lor wmcn
the highest price will be paid.
Lancaster, sspt 18,1851
THE aubacrlbers have on hand, and are eonttantly
addingthereto, s general assortment of Ready
Made Clothing, tuch at Coot. Veste, Pante, tee.,
which they now oner to wepuDiicai unusual low
Rainir fnllv convinced, bv their own experience.
that the above artices can be manufactured cheaper
and better in our own city wan wot usually import
ed, tbey hav in accordance wun tneir neat convic
tions amnio ved some of the moat competent teamsters.
by whom all the above articles, for sale by them, are
made. Thus they not only afford.the public cheaper
and better garment; but to our own and well deserv
ing Citizens a consiaerauie amount oi nmpioymeuu
We would therefore invite all who desire to save a
few dollar in preparing themselves against the 'blast
ing winds of Autumn,'" or the atill more ttern "Icy
chains of Winter," to give uaa call, and nui word for
it, they will leave wall clad sad amply satiafied.
Country produce taken in exchange at the highest
market prica. Be sure to cs'l at No. 57.
" REINMUND ft SON.
Lancaster, September II, 1861 , 19
' . Dissolntlon.
THE Co-Partnerahip heretofore existing under the
firm of Wk.L A J. W Cidmeitt, stRoyalton and
Qreencsstle, hat this day been dissolved by mutual
mnuil . All claims aiainat th firm will b paid bv
the ubscriber. who haa the entire interest of th Roy
al ton Eatabllthment, Books ana uungauona. to wnom
oavmant must b made on all clalrai due the establish
ment WM. L CLEMENT.
Royalton. Ohio, Angnst i. 1861. 8wl4
It Inn k N it in inn ii
LaU frta Taaata-Tke Crepa-Mer Hairalare
Maw OaLsaat. Sept. 15 Tin steamer Yacht
ha armed wjiu OTratnn dale f I he 1 1 lb.
M ij Oil Paten cam pwen;;-r. who b been
ordered la Fort Cnlumbiie. Kw y..rk.' '
Crop ti, eenenil lLmti9lif.nl T. mrm nwt
iboiigb il wm Ihfiuglit that thecoltHO bd been
injured lie rh wiwm.
th ia. Oiei, Slid Anwrir.ir, men lisnf. t id Ihd
murdered al.". Hruwimil'a .i il.. ......
J wber Lll. Capt. WiU.o.'and nliier loat tbe'r
Wei. II. Ilarrimu killed Wis. 0. C k in a do
ll at Bn.wnavill
The lii'liana were rnmmiltiii' drea.lfiil n.ilra
gea nn the Mesii-an iMilli..ii in T.iuni mlii
(Jen. rraifer H.nllll had arrived al Oalre-I n.
bound Cr "an anloni".
There waaaoioe lalk fai eirw lilinn lo aid tli-
orthern Hlnlernl Melho in ilwtr innvrrnaua f.e-
iiidiiilenc H.irsee L. K-ruey nn I f L. Bnt
ion were reotied 10 be l Hie heed ,( th ejw
diiHin. fWiinf leia raiiser aim Lunan liner
atora bad eulialeil. The alleged rexilii.i Slate
iirslanwiilipH. Cimhoila aiuj nw l.emi. riie
einvemeut i ratted a huifili. Imtil' 'flie Met icuu
nter ur uained CraMTiil and Luualee, t no-
Of my smi Gustavus, who left !iis humr
in company wiih aiioiurr l"iy naini-il
liowiNs, on the dsy of olcclMii in 1349
lie is aged 13 years, sl'iut built frr bis
se, haa light hair aomewhat eurffil and
healthy complexion. When lie hrat Mi
home, he passed !y the name c.f Gusta
vus Bowers. - 1
Any inlormntimi which may im Rivrn
io me, that will lead me to recover him.
will be thankfully received end any ex
penses incurred will be rheeifully iaiil.
I have some inf. irmalion which lend mn
to believe that he ia in the ieiul.hnihiMd
of Xenia, Dayton or Fimlley, Qiiin.
f apera in Western Ohio ami linlmna
will confer a sreal f.ivnr upon me by cup
pying the above. Any iufurmuiiioi inuy
be addiesaed lome al Lancaster. Oliin. -
LEWIS VOX ROUEN.
, Greenfield two.. FaiifiuM c .. 0 u.
Tk DirxosiA of the Muaachaaetta Inititute -warded
to Ayer't Cherry Pectoral by Piiov. Wa
mi when Chairman of their Commute on Chemi
cals It now on exhibition at the A marican College in
It is aet with the medalion awards oftho tliree great
Institute of Art in thia country; and alio ths Cold
Medal of tho Medical Institute at Naples. Surely
thia discovery haa received the honors of the groat,
as well aa the gratitude of the humbls it curot.-PAji-adtlphia
. JJiioe advertiaement. Iml4
Aa Too a MoTiria Suffering from diseases to
which females are generally subject, use. Dr. B. D
HowVt Shaker Sarsaparil la-it will certainly curs you.
Male or female, old or young, lu and etery Fami
ly should hare thia excellent Family medicine by them.
Call at our depot, or on one of our Agents, and get a
pamphlet, gratia, where yon will find facUl facte!!
facts!!! that can be substantiated by thousands of liv
ing witnoatet in thia city and country, viz: that the
Shaker Saraaparala, aa preparedby Dr. S. D. HOWE,
haa been th means of permanently curing more dia
eaaea to which the human family ara continually sub.
ject, than any other preparation of Sirtaparilla ever
yet brought before the public. See Advertisement.
CTHoofland's Cormin BiUers, pre arcd and sold
by Dr. Jackson, at the German Medical Store, lSDArch
afreet, Philadelphia, daily increase In their well do
served celebrity, for the cure of all diseasea arising
from derangement of tie liver. Those bitters havs,
Indeed, proved a blessing to the afflicted, who show
their gratitude by the moat flattering testiinoniaJt.
This medicine hat established tor itself a name that
competitors, however wily their schemes or aeducive
their promiaoa, cannot reach. It gained the public
confidence by the immense benefits that have been
derived from it, and will ever maintain its position.
RECEIPTS FOR THE GAZETTE.
John Paul ... .tl.OO Daniel RufFiier ?.00
.-. ommi 74 Willuui Qjllou ....874
Wurner Stripe ......I 75
William Huvr William Gallon
J. A. Sterling.
MARRIED On the IHih in.t.nni. by Alfred
McVeigh. Ki.. Mr. JACOD PROUGH nnd Ml
NANCY CRISSINOKR, ImUi of Fairfield ei.
On the 2lt lutt.. by O Animnnii. V.a. Mr.
JOHNSON VI. YOUNG euJ Mi SARAH IM-
BODY, bulb nf Greenfield township.
Ou Thursday Inst by the Rev Jubn Wn;rnh:ita.
Mr. .10CAB KAPl'KS aud MUt ANN MARIA
MAYER, b.tli of Its is city.
DIF.D At the residence ol her Im.liiihl. nenr
f.niic.ister. on Thurailav the I9lh ii.et.. Mrs
NANCY S. CARNS. wile of Mr. R.ibert Carut,
in lite 6A'h yeur of her sse.
The c'eaili of Mrs ('.. wea very amliien and tats -eipecled,
but there ia giuuj rentiii t hope the
was lint iniprenareij M meet III lut lie. Fin-
twenty five yesrt. the bud n nfe.-d her fiii'Ii nrjil
ulieilience tu Christ, uud had iu her own sphere
mlnriieil her piiileisicui. A liiisbnml In whom
the bud been united in nnniiu'e for Tiirty-five
venr, mid nine children are left In mourn her
Iota. A lerge and tympiitliizing circle nf friend
gathered on the cluy of her iiitennent to p ly the
lust shiI duties: emj In lialeil tn Hie voice ot ill-
ttruciion from hertiidJen removal. Con.
- New Arrangement.
HEREAFTER th Columbus I'oach will leave
Lanca.u-r at 41 o'clock. A. M.. arrivlne at Co
lumbut at 10) o'clock, iotime forlpasaengen lo take
the care to Clovoland or Cincinnati.
Lancaater, September, 11, l&Til. 19
(TjrUocking SenUnel copy.
NOTICE la herebyglven, that tha underaigned haa
been appointed by Abraham W. Strayer, Jamea
Durban and John S. Huber, membera composlmi the
firm of Stavr, Durban ft Co., assignee in trust,
for the benefit of their creditors, bv their certain
deed, oa record, bearing date, September 8th, 1851.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said firm
will make payment to the undersigned immediately,
and all persona bavbg claims against said firm, will
present the same for aottlement
A. mc ciuiifaf tgnee.
NEW, CHEAP, CITY TIN SHOP.
milE subscriber havine located himself in the citv.
I would most resuectfullv inform tha citizere of
the tarn and surrounding country, mat no It now
opening a Shop an Columbia etreet, lVe.it tide, three
Door North hf Main, for the manufacture and aalo
of all kinda of
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron . Ware,
Whero he Intenda keeping, at all times, a full and gen
eral assortment, which will be sold on the moat liber
al term. Persons wanting articles in hia line would
do well and save money oy caning on mm oat ore mas
ing their purchases, aa he is determined lo sell cheap.
All wor(r vmrramea. a. lyniii,
JOBBING, ftc. llouso Spouting and Roof
lnaT.lore pared and put up on the shortest notice, in the
best manner, tnd at the very lowest ratat. A. W.
Lancaster, umo,teptember,icai. IB
Houses and Lots for Sale.
HE TWO HOUSESind LOTS on
mi Ai -i
Mulbery Street, being part
1XJ what it known as tha "Reese Row.
are offered for tale, on the following terms, 25 per
cent of tha purchase money in hand, and the balance
In equal payments in ono, two and three yean, wilh
mwnn. . aouiipuiauuf uue pnven.
P VAN TRUMP, Agont.
Lancaster, August 28. 1851. Uwl7
BLEACHED and Brown Muslins, Nanken'
r.iin. Ti,i!. U-.: 1 1 .
April 15 . ' HENLEY'S
- .lll.ull V .1111 I .11 . . V
NAILS JUST RECEIVED,
Q firft Kegt, a luperlor article of S, a, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8,
rJU 9. lii. 16 and 90 penny NA1L8, at the cheap
Hardware store of - . Burr..
Jan 19 "
. Co-iPaxtnerablp. j ...
GEOItOE KACTFMAN having aaoeiatwl with
biraaeJf Me. Mraoa B. Oaaooar, lb eaaiaeaa
in future will aeeooduetei andkrttwaraof Gsnaa
Kavrraiae k Co., at th old staod.
Lancaster, July SI, IM61. ' 13
J est Reeeive4 at the 014 Drai Stem,
rTrT( Gallons LuueadOlLef auperlor qualltv. ,
Leocaaier, July 31, 1861
OILS! OILSIt OIL!!t ' ' "
Jutt reeulvi d at the Old Drn Slnra.
fill fa fJsllMis Tauvrri Oil 8 barr.lt Sporm Oil
OUM 300 do Flaud do . I to f.-at do
I barrel UrJ - do 4 do Turpentln
Ctpal, Coach tad Japan Taraiah.
Uncaater, July 31 0. KAI'KFMAN ft CO.
4fnkt Brand r. 9 do l rmdoo B'own ( too. Wine
"fall kimU. Old RyWlii-jUv! , fun rjreivedat
July 3t U. KAUFr MAN ft CO'a
Groceries and rrnf!.
RIO JAVA COFFKE, Young Hvson, Imor-rlal a
Blark TEA, Orlwas. Loaf end Pow d SUOAR,
Pepper, Allspice. Cinoamo and Cloves, Raiaiirt
Citron. Prunua and Currants, for a1 hv
July 31 U, K AUFFMAN a ' O
Twlnr imt foirJuc
Tie lar?set ttock vr omanA is th citv
A(. Broom Twin -Vfc. fxiUoq gi-im'T 'in
I VIU l.iU Wr.ppins do M0 Uo Hemp do do
I fill Pounds hho Thread, 6 coil i Towiug Rope,
Cordtaud Pitth-linet any qusntitv,
Ja.t received aol fur aalo by G. Kb'AFi'M.tX St Co
MwiKir, duly ! w l
JUST opening a fresh lot of Brash of ererv it
criotion; Combs. I tot v. Drai.inj. Tack ant Sid;-:
Note Parer Cardt, Em-elopet, Drawinf Paper, Eria
July 31 G KArFFMAN ft CO.
Tar Sale or Exchange
A IV.Inl.1. ..J .. I, r. . 1 It- , . t
r WaiF. b.hlirw. Ac. Ala ..In.IjXa. No. Kfi .A '
57. unimproved. AIo.Ont-LoU. Not. 7 and 8. coa. r
taining three and one-third of aa acre, animproved I
Alo. a M ol sand containmz tnre ana Uirje-fourth
. - , . i .
iv. u. nun..
July 10, lcZl.
SWAN IIOTEL LANCASTER, OHIO.
D STUMP, having extended hit lease of thi well
. known bouse, it prepared to accommodate th
Travlling politic in the beet manner. -
1 he Table will be furnished wib th bettor every iClses and Plates, Britannia Rets, Musical Inatru
varinty the market affords, the Oar will bo supplied 'mints, Girandolea. Fans, Pocket Broke. Brushes, a
with tiie choicest of Liquor, and Uie Rtallirur, amplv i lot of fine Stationerv and a varktv ol useful and or-
uiuciem lur an aaoismwwioa aou mn-xeepuiir ui
horse and vehklea, will be attaniud by an atteutiv-s
and careful hostler.
Lancaster, April 10, 1351 49
DR. . 9WITZF.lt Resident Dentist.
Onmin r. . .,r,L t 1 l l VT.I SS A it 11 V S J B I f SIS W CtA
FUCK On main-tf reel, one door eart ol Reber i ..,, . ... . , ,
and Kutz'tor.-Alway at home thefinit week ! flEOn?F! SM,TH removtd his Oiair and Bd
in each moslh. Lancaster, May 15. 11. LV ,te,d torT ,fro a,,s co,raer f .7 "eeling and
11 1 IHIM K tic 1 t.
Importers, VnuUsals Grocers aid Commission '
Noa. BH and 67 Water Street, New York.
N. B. Liberal advance tncosA on produce.
February o. 1851. Iy40
ITfynf'F. It hercbv aivpn tn all holdera of lha Lan. I
i ; . , -
1 a caster. Ohio. Corporal len OitifKotea. to present
themtomebytherat doBor" Ocfoder nerf. or they
will not lie redeemed. JfiHW B. REED, city clerk.
Lancaatel, June 13, ltfl k!7
D. A. HtltillttO.'M.
Attorney at Law, Lancaater, Oaio.
OFFICE Over Smith ft Tont clothing tiore.
AprU26, 1851 IW)
From Colinrw FIN, fsi-w 'York.
Q Hos Siromoa', Foot Ades; 1 do Board Axe,: 1 do
cw Broad Axoa; 1 do Hand Axes; 4 do Suimelinz lltch-
eU, just received at th cheap hardwire store of
june vi r. curiu
I'oui'ti ft BuiTsy makers Look I It-re
J1 T Sen Brass Hub Baoda; 30 pieces Coach Lace,
I J Naila and past to match; 12 do Enamelled cloth;
10 do Japaned do., 12 do Gum cloth; 20 do Satinet! and
Damask; 6 do Silk stripe Alpaca do; 100 gross Tufts;
Drab and blue clotha; Curtain Silk and Silk Fringe; all
will be sold low, at the cheap hardware ttore of
June i.. - r. ouic.
Ciiil i:SC nl Biteey Spihig:.
1 TST received it the Chi-tn Hardware Store. 60 or.
J Eliptie SpTinja: 60 etu Axeli; 30") lb spring i
teoi; wi tons iron, ana win be iid low or cun by
l,,n. i-i o unpy
vw.v ... UVI
SHERMAN'S PATENT GRAIN DRILLS,
For Drilling Wheat, Rye, Corn, Broom-Corn, Oate,
Barley, Bean, Ar.
WHESE Machinei operate aJmirablv well, oa ill .
X kinds of land, when put in good order to receive
the tend, and are not eanly LnjureJ by coming in con-
tact with rocks, roots, ftc. I
Thev will obuit point row,, or field in anv ihapa -
whatever, without lowing iny part twice over. They
will with two horsei plant from ton to twolve acres
gr.in. Tl-ywul with ease furrow out, plant snd
cover ntteon acres per aay, oi torn, nroom-corn,
Z !i .idTeVl, T the fe, rf
s feetor.ny daaired distance
Deans oi Peat, and will I
Drilling, or io hillt, three
UliltllflU 1 JV.
Pliahvt Towatuip, Faiarm.o, Cotnrrr , O, ? I
Thi. mav certifv that I have u on mv Urm-SHE,'-!
mas's Vi.TF.xr Uaaia Daill. ind from last spring's
result, am well convinced that it answers a most v.l
uable purpoae for all kinds of grain. Ia planting corn
it will aave a great deal of Lbor aa the drill doea the
the work at once: it furrowa, it drops it and covert at
itgoea, and plant, two rowa at one time. Italso.wnrka
remarkably well for oats; and I am satisfied will make
six or eight bushel, more to the acre; as for Wheat I
have not had the chance oi Irving it vot but I am ful
ly convinced that It will antwer a better purpoae than
any other machine in existence., and I would recom
mend it to all fanners, fur I iuleod using it for plant
ing and towing ail roy grain hereafter.
John Oroar John A. Collint, -
David F.vertole. Jeremiah Miller,
Emanuel Stutzman, Christian Byler,
Daniel Beery. Abraham StuUman,
Samuel Jackson, - Jamea Driver,
Fairfield county. Ohi.
The subscribers havo in their possession the Patent
Right of Fairfield county, for the above machine, and
would reapectfully announce to the farming communi
ty, that they are prepared to fill all ordr with which
they may be favored, either personally or by letter
from persona living in the county. Manufactured,
near Andrew Friesnprs, five miles East of Lancas
ter, on tha Marietta Road - - .
' CHRISTIAN KU'QU.V.
Lancaater, Auguat 7, 1851. Uml4
OHO Do. just received and for sale st tha CITY
rwivrvr VtiUU STUKJS,
E. L: SLOCCM.
Lancaster, June 26
ALargIotof8xl0and 10x12 Window Class, snd
a heavy lot of SASH, which will be sold right,
at th cheap Hardware store. P. BOP.
June I J. . . a
Estate of Francis Bower.
TOTICE ii hereby riven that the undenignsd hal
l been appointed and dulv duslifid aa Adminii
trator of the Estate ol Fitancia Bowia, deceased.
late of Fairfield county, Ohio. All persona having
ciaimi against aaiu csiaie wiu present tnem tor aottie.
ment. legallv authenticated within one vear and all
uioae innemea win maKB immeaime payment. .
August 7, 1851 4 U DANIEL BOWER, Adm.
A Tot Instance, an attachment waa thia dav Iasu
. ed by C. Trnvlnger. a Juatice nf th Peace of
II. t . n.. Ll T.-.TlU-,, ... rtlf. ..I
vvainui lownanip, r auneiu coumv, unin, againsrine
firopeny ana euocs oi uavia a. ferry, an auacona
nedeblor. Dated this, th 11th day of Auituit. 1851.
Jwl6 , JOSEPH G. NOPRSE.
1JHIUP BOPE having aifocisted with hlmwlf Ja
cob F. BeCB. the business in future will bo con
ducted under th firm of Bora ft Bsx:-, at the old
itand. They solicit a part of th public r-tronage.
Their stock of Hardware, CWtery, Iron and-Sail.
is Urge and well assorted, and will be sold as bw at
anv other house can leU. ,vi rrv
July 91, 1851. . . J.F. BECK.
WAIT A MOMENT! , ; ,
MY nam Ii neither Abraham, Isaac nor Jacob, sad
I sell an article for what it it; giv me call.
Uncaater, Ma.23; JAMES GATES.
From Provldeiicc, llliode Island.
Q A A aroai assorted Screws from 1-9 to 8 Inches
OUU Just received, snd for sals by .P. BOPE.
Junelii. - - . , . 6
Sal t th) Zaaesrvilt and Sf nyvi:ieTnr
. , pike Rond.
TtTRSVA5T to a eWs of th snort el remoi
JL Pktaaof Muakinguoa MAinly, In tbaraae uf Amn
Peatrti vs. ah jUbmvIII and Mayvill Turnpike
Koto company, at th A pril I ta m A u. inoi, tuemoi ,
and by virtue of aa ord.-r of tale threiu.to me direct.
d, by aaid court, I will, on t KlDA Y, the -S'.'k day
at September A. D bet w-o rn hem of I o'
clock A- M. tnd 4 e'cluck P. ii. of .id day, at O.e door
nf th courf-hou in the rlty of ChiUtrntho, oiler lev
tale, to the hlxhevt binder thrfnr, th iUueavillr and
X.vavJKe tiitnfXe toad, tLd all tte pr--ry, irn-
ttii and priviliytt balouaing to th t.id nutii em-
pany, agreeably to the provisions t the Act of the
(JetM-raJ Assembly ot' th Btateuf Ohio, entitlee "Aa
Act fur th aalaol Hie Kaneaville and Maytviilif Turn
pike, and to provide for th payment of il i bU,"
tard Marrhirtf.A fK Ibbl.
And I further give notlc. Ibal in ese said Rusi shall
not t told en t. day above mMiiusmd. I wdl oa th
following dUy, st th hum place, tnd between the
bourt before mentioned, oil er r sal aa inucb of aaid
Head aa lie batwooo Zanesville tad Sinking PpTinf
m Uichiand connly. Th purchssevor purchasers,
io t'ldUioa to Um naym-Dt of tin tarn tor whU h said
Road must be told, Will be required to finish taid Rotd
lying between laid eity ol Zanesville and Sinking
Trine; ia Highland county, and to build s bridge over
Jooatnan'a creek, in th manner and within the tuna
prescribed by t:. txX autUring this sale.
A. BASSET 1. Jtecvfrer,
In the eat of Amot Denton . TA Zanenili and
Maynill Turnpike Hood Company.
Lancaater, July j, 1861.
Notice, to the Creditors of theZaneaviUe and
MaysvUIe Turnpike Road Company.
4 GRKEABLY to the provision of the "Art" above
i V mntiotML the Creditors of th laid Road coanoa-
ny ara hrraby notified to present their claims to tha
undersigned withing lia niontht alter the September
Term ot tli court ot common Pleat of Muakingiint
county next entuinv "la default thereof ail such
debts or demands will b forever excluded from pay
ment out uf the proceeds of the as In of taid Road, or
anv oart therenf" A HASftHTT. Rmeeirtr.i-e.
. Lancaater, July 10, 1851. . tdal3
no co:dpao.nisE of conscienc .
f AMKS GATES hat just added to hia stock, at 'lit
s olf it and in the Taiimadtre Hover
a large and
tolendid variety of
W ATCHXB, CL0CZ8
WARE, JEWLS7, fts., te.,
a'i.:..u ni j: r ..
"nu uo.iii uimngi si a. ,!.
of tli tamo quality can be purchased la the West-
Ilia Watches are of the beat malt and of tuperior
quality. Hia Clocks are of ery variety and of the
jtive and cannrit fail to pleat. His Jewelry it of
the ovist beautiful patterns and hat been selected with
i great care.
He keep, on hand, alto. Cutlery, Cane. Looking
He hat tskefl inorial care hi selecting hit ttock to
tuit tliit markot tnd invites lite public to call and ex
amine for themselves. JAMES GATES.
Lancaster, Juns 11 6
..,..., .. , . ., ., .
i voiumtiai street!, ro aurnoery a Biaig on jiiam
I itreet, two door Eatt of the llockivg Valley Bank
aad directly oppoeve ine Lheektrea more. He hat en.
Urged hit basin eat and intends keeping on
hand th Urgett and belt assortment of
CHAIRS and BEDNTEADS
ever before kept in thia place ; consisting
in part, of Cane teat. Cottage, Buttle,
French, 8crnll top, Villtge. common and
Children'l Cnair... flocialile snd Keireea.
All deecriptioni of BKIWTKADS manufactured of
eitlier Cherry. Walnut, Maple or Sugar.
-- ... ... w .. . u ii i iuu tv, 1 wa, wuciiu,
Inr ennd nrloan uJ nf tha l.tx... ...I ...
nil wom will all be made ot the very best material,
patterns. It will be inferior to none manufactured
. ruewsere and will be told at tha very lowest prices.
A continuation of the very liberal patronage of the
public it respectfully solicited. Il is the intention of
, the subscriber to keep s full and general assortment
stall timet, to that he will beienabledto accommo
. date both old and new customer with anything in his
line. In connection with hia cntsbliahment ia Mr. G.
' L. Eckert'i Cabinet Ware Room, so that customers can
ba accommodated with all articles requisite to com
: plate a full assortment of Household r urniture. Call
. and aee. GEORGE SMITH,
i Lancaster, November 1, 18S0. . 26
CARPENTERS and PERSONS ahoat build
ing. who with to purchaie the belt NAILS and
nuii !i. 1 Kl Mil I ft us at tne lowett
price, should call at
EPITJfQEB, WHITE LATTA'J,
iiobt or the
n .l T J c:aic
a ou-iivui aula .iaill-v3iaw,
where thev will find
250 kegt JuniatU KAILS, Brads
lS.fkJO Lights Maaaileon Window
100 boxes 8x10, 10x12 tnd 10x14 Window GLASS;
ItW keg Pure WHITE LEAD:
10 barrels FLAX-SEED OIU
ALSO Strap Hinges. Door Butts. Lockt. Laichet.
Ac. ftc. ft
Lancaster, June 5, 1851 5
SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS.-The beet Af
d and Tampiro Morocco Sktnt, Red, Blue and
Vol low Linings; Binding, Boot Webb tnd Laces.
terns now in us, can be f nnd ar th Harrfn fitarm
nnoemauen rwu rjnbraeingall the latest pat-
of EFFINGER VtlliTE ft LATTA-
Lancaster, June 6, lul h
SKY-LIGHT DAGEERREAN ROOMS,
t 1TPT rw. U', -ii,. r7.L:- v.n o.i t I
-Mrf. le imrtlierle .idoano slrv.lk.ht.and frttaJ
L ratter, Ohio. Tha undersign, d having just com
pleted a large nortbtrl y aide tnd skv-light, tnd fitted
i. .. . i 7, j . . T' .T .U- VL:
UP " P mieT ne wouldag.int.yto the citizen
of "'J nd ntrJ hTis now .nd wUi beat
tirDel,,pr(.p.red tJtiecvU, pi ture. in a rtye of
oeawy sciaoni .uainca anu no woere excel leu.
Pictures taken and put up in all the various ttyln
of the art from the smallest Locketa, Pint or Finger
miniature letting kept constantly on liand, and furnish
ed at pricoa that cannot fail to pleaa.
Rooms open at all honrt; picture! taken every day
without regard to the wea'her. No one it expected to
take out s picture that ia not io all respects satisfacto
ry. AL. FELLER.
I ancsHter, June 12, 151 . 6
P. S. He is alto at ail timet prepared to leave his
rooms in case of licknest or death if requeited by
IADIES and Gentlemen will find it to their
i advantage tn call and see tne varietv of Goo
bought at low trices and now opening at HENLEY'S
. Lancaater, April 15, 1851 . 60
THE sulicriben respectfully inform the public
that the v will be iu ' ancaster one da v each wee.
generally on Friday and arp prepared to color all
kind of Good, tuch at Silk, Woollen, Worsted, Lin
en and Cotton any color from the brightest to the
flcounn Done. Scouring and cleaning all article
of every kind done in the beat manner Ladies dres
ict and all kinds of wearing apparel. . .
Ladies and Gentlemen wishing any work done In
thia line, will plea leave tueir articles at Mr. Cly'i
I uvvm, wuttro tuvj nm iweive prompt ailPnuon.
BUECJT ft SNYDER.
Lancaster, July 31, 1851. ' - 2ml3
PAINTS, OILS, AC.
QOn Kegi Pure White Lead 6 bbls Venetian Bed.
rwUU 10 do Red ijeti, 1 do Yellow Ochrei
5 Keg. Dry White Load, ' 40 do Linwed Oil.
1U do Litharage 6 do api Turpentine
100 lb Chrome Green. 2 do Japan Varnish
150 do do Yellow , 4 do top. I do
2IMI do American Vermillion 1 do tup coach dofte
just received and for sale at the city Drug Store late
G. U. Beck. . EDWARD L. SLOCUM.
Lancaster, June 26, Iffi 1 S
OIUN(iE ii i.s;.iio.s.
A Few Boxes just received st the city city Drug
store. EDWARD L. SLOCUM.
Lancaster, June 96 8
t f Boxes McCulIy'i Winduw Glaaa, juit ra
AUU ceived tnd for sale at the city Drug Store.
Lanciiter, June art. .EDWARD L. SLOCUM.
riin l Ea OF F4KIS, Ac.
f Birrali Calcined Plaster, 60 Jo Water Lime, 60 do
O ground Piaster, for sale by E. D. SLOCCM.
Lancaater, June 2(i, - 8
. LATEST ARRIVAL.
!"f Doz. Grasa Scy theij 26 do Cradling do; SO do.
U Sickles; 3 do superior Grain cradles; 9 do patent
Jo; 8 do patent scythe fitted to the anaith; OOOaMorN
ed scythe stones; 5U0 scythe rilles. All of which will
ha sold cheaper for cash than the cheapest, at tha ex.
tensive hardware ttore of P. BOPE. -
Lancaster, June U . 0 ,
WE are receiving from the Eastern cities a fresh
lot of Drug, and Medicines, conaiatiog in part of
OjrtbtbentTork. Opium t-nioroiorm
75 ox. PureQuinin Magneaia Calcined
28 1,1 Eng. Calomel do Carb
10 oz. eulph Morphine Cantharides
9(1 Iodine Nitrate bilvtr Crystal
9 do H'yd Potaaia Litpulim
900 do Sul Cart Soda Better ine, ftc. ...
With s full atock to which w invite the attention
of Dealers, b:or purchusing. Give tbaJOld Drug
gtoreeealL M- n.AUr.M.n a w.
Lancaster, July 31, 1861. , , IB