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CITY OF LANCASTER:
Wedincitda Evening, May 5, 1M.VJ
, Nw Volvmk. With ths present issue, w com
mane th seventh volume of th Gazette, numbering
from the date of the connection of the present pro
prietor with the establishment. ' The first number of
the Gazette was Uiued in April IH20, end since that
period it hu been published, with scarcely any intor
minion, to the present time. During the but tlx
yean, the piper has not once failed to appear on tho
tegular dayi of iti publication.
In 1831, the Lancaster Enquirer wai established by
Col Van Trump, and ten montha aftorwartla was
united with the Gazetlt, under the name of the Gaz
ette and Enquirer.
In 1837, the Lancaster Express waa established by
J. H. Wright, and in 1839, the two pi pen were united
under the name of the Gazette and Express, and pub
liihed by Measra Wright and Mudler.
In 1842, the establishment wai purchased by James
Ferclval, Esq., who contlnuuod ita publication until
Mav 1M0. when the present editor took charge of the
office aa aole proprietor and editor, and lopped off a j
portion of the name, returning to the original "Uin
cotter Gazette." '
The paper waa founded by Messrs. Sand arson and
Oswald, the former probably having a longer connec
tion with the establishment than any other person,
end who ia probably the only peraon living who can
give an interesting and detailed hiatory of the county
and ita various improvement!. At one period, Mr.
J. A. Greene had abort connection with the estab
lishment at another, William J. Kccae, Esq.
We have now upon our lint of subacribera, a good
ly number of our old and aubatantlal citizens, who
have been taking the paper from ita commencement;
but by lar the larger number have lived out their al
lotted period of life and been gathered to their fathera.
It ia worthy of remark that theae old aubacribera are
regular in their payments and take a warm interest in i
upholding and.increasing the circulation oi the Oar-t
ette. Wo have had it in contemplation to publish a
list of theae namea, and will probably do ao as soon i
as we can make It up.
' Since our connection with the establishment, we
cannot complain of a lack of custom This haa been
gradually increasing and we now have probably a
larger regular circulation than the paper over before
e joyed, and taking our Daily and Weekly together,
we are enabled, through the kindness ol friends, to of
fer a better medium lor advertiaing than any other
paper ever published in the county. Upon tins sub
ject, we have an earneat word to add if each one
would keep us regularly paid up, ao that we can moot
our weekly expenses without difficulty, wo would
have a mind free from vexation and could add greatly
to tho interest of the paper.
We present the piper, thia wock, in a new dress.
The impression ia clear and beautiful, and we hopo it
will euablo us to avoid those complaints which have
been too frequent for ourjown amusement, for we de
sire to publish a paper that will meot the commenda
tion of all our customers. We have also increased
the length of the columns, and we trust the various
improvements will meet the approbation of those for
whom we labor. Aa we have repeatedly said, we de
al e to publish a paper which ia worthy the support
of tho citizens of this county, and shall do so, if it
can be accomplish d without impoverishing ourselves.
Our cauiu is committed to the Public Opinion.
To Delinquents.. We hope this num
her will prove a better dun than any we have
been able to write. We have been to con
e.derable expense and have many claims to
meet. We hayo enough duo ub to lift us
clear up. We hope all who are indebted, in
any way or any sum, will pay us. Wo have
a stirring contest betore us. We want to
labor in that with all our might. Wu enn do
tfhis; we can writo better; we can talk bet
ter; we can labor more regularly and zeal
ously if we are enabled to escape the so
ber looks of our creditors. Just thinkof these
things, and remember that, without a doubt,
ft wiH prove to our mutual advantage, if you
settle thoso smull claims due us.
From (he California Boys Bad News.
I'rom a letter from Mr. T. A. Black to a
friend of this city, we learn that fifteen of
the company, together with the Provisions,
Waggons, Baggage, Harness, ic, were put
on board the Pontiac, No. 2. The Horses
and the rest of the company went by land.
It will be remembered by our renders that
this boat struck a snag, sunk and is a total
loss. It may be that a portion of the cargo
was saved; at any rate it was the intention
of Messrs. Criin & Sturgeon to insure. No
lives were lost. We shall probably have
further particulars in a few days. The let
ter was dated on board the boat, April 18th,
ninety miles above St. Louis, and tho acci
dent took place about the 25th ult.
New Establishment. See advertisements
of Messrs, H. B. Hunter &. Co. They have
just opened an extensive assortment of excel
lent Family Groceries, Drugs, Paints, Oils,
&.C, together with various other articles, all
of which will be sold at the lowest prices.
Give them a call, and you cannot fail to be
, Fresh Arrival Go Quick. Mi. Gates has
just returned from the east with a beautiful
assortment of Jewelry, Silver Ware, Need
les, &.C., selected with tasto and care. Call
early and you cannot fail to be suited.
Clothe Yourselves. Tho warm weather is
. approaching, and now is tho time to pre
pare for it. See Messrs. Springer Sl Trout's
advertisement. They have on hand a
beautiful assortment of choice goods, and
their reputation fur "good fits" is so well
known that they need no commendation
from us. Give them a call.
New Goods. We would call the atten
tion of tho reader to the advertisement of
Messrs. Reinmund and Martin.
Property for Sale. The reader is referred
to the advertisement of the Rev. J. M. Court
ney. Railroad Fancies. In reply to an arti
cle a few days since, our good friend of the
Scioto Gazette says:
"Railroad distances, friend Weaver, are
not merely lineal; and, when you take grad
ients and curves into the account, is is be
, lievedthe line we spake of will have greatly
the advantage in running time,by which dif
ferences in distances on railways are proper
ijy measurcd,over every othor."
As' it is well understood that we have tho
advantage in lineal measure, grades, and
;unrature8,wo can only admit that our neigh
bors will have one "advantage in running
time;" their road will enable these who are
fond of railroad travoling to enjoy them
selves ior a longer time.
Death Accelerated by an Organ Grin-
deb A little child of Mr. L. L. Bicknell, of
. Silverst.,Bo8ton,diedvervsin'uarlv adavor
two since. It had been dangerously ill of
...-iMr -r nP, . .. ' i
ijpnuiu luvti iur Hume aays. meiever naa
lust turned, and tne little one was more com
fortable, and strong hopos were entertained
that it mlffht survive, when sudden v an or.
pan-grinder struck up a tune directly in front
or tne nouse. in a moment the child sunk
back and died. The sudden alarm caused
by the noise of the organ wu undoubtedly
the cause of the child's death) '
The Tax Law Auditor's Instructions.
Tho State Auditor finds It necessary to ex.
plain the tax law and its disregarding its
provisions, is equal to the Legislature in vi
olating tho Constitution. Here is one of
Auditor or Stats' OrncE, Ohio, )
CoLUMUUs, April 24, 1862. $
Sir: I have received your telegraphic de
spatch desiring to be informed whether
crops in the ground are to be listed for taxa
tionl Tho solution of this question may bo sur
rounded by greater emburraRsment, than is
now felt by this Department. But us at
present impressed, I feel no hesitancy in de
ciding that growing crops, still in the ground,
lined not be returned to the Assessor as per
sonal property subject to taxation. At the
season when assessments are made, crops in
the ground huve at least but a precarious ex
istence. They may never attain maturity,
and their value is wholly contingent. Be
fore ripening for the sickle, tliey may become
as valuless as stubble. It would seem un
just, therefore, to subject them to the bur
then of taxation in advanco of returning a
If convinced that the above decision is in
correct, or if superior authority places an
adverse construction on the law, it will then
be the duty of this Department to shape its
action accordingly. But if it bo once es
tablished that crops in a state of incipiency
are taxable property within the meaning of
the law, it may be well worthy of inquiry
whetherana& yet in the womb and fruit yet in
the blossom, may not fall under the same cat
egory. In neither of these cases, can I sup
pose it was in the contemplation of the fru
mers of the Constitution, to requiro the im
position of a tax. And yet, in both instan
ces, there is a contingent value the same as
in tho case of growing crops. I might still
farther illustrate tho view of this subject
which I have supposed to be correct, but
presume that euoiigh has been written to
put yon in possession of the considerations
which have controlled my decision.
WM. D. MORGAN,
G. L. Stewart, Esq.
Auditor, Huron County.
Wo might add as a clincher, in behalf of
the Auditor; that investments in railroad
stocks or bonds, money at interest and vari
ous other items of a similar kind, might ac
cidentally prove valuiess; and yet our farm
ers who sometimes sell grain in the ground,
may be somewhat surprised to hcur from an
official source that they are disposing of
something which has not a "reliable value."
The State Auditor is a bright one.
Amcriciiii ricccc Woof.
Through the politeness of a friend, we
have been furnished with a report of the sale
at auction of several lots of American fleece
wool in New York on the 28th of April last.
From the report, we glean tho following
facts, which, to our farmers and buyers, will
prove highly interesting, as showing tho
prices brought. The whole amount sold on
that day, was 204,500 lbs., for cash and ap
proved notes of four months with interest.
The following is the list of sales:
20,000 lbs. com. O. washed fleece 25$
75,000 " 1 and
25,000 " $ and j " " "
19,000 " com. to j " broken "
18,000 " unwashed & h'fw.O. "
18,000 "tine washed Vermont"
1,500 " Medina " " "
2,000 " extra fi'e" N. Y. "
20,000 " fine " Michigan "
All the wools in the above
the Vermont.were extremely liht andtkau.
O. S. Journal.
Fashions in Utah. The Deseret News,
of 10th January, is in ecstacies at a new
fashion introduced there a luc'.shin sack.
We understand that one of the Indies of
Utah appeared in the public assembly lust
evening clad in a buckskin sack, beautifully
ornamented with tho same material; the ex
hibition we have everywhere heard spoken of
in the highest praise, and we only wish that it
had been our wife who had set this noble
example. Surely this sister has manifested
her faith by her works; she believes in home
manufactures, and her name will be register
ed in the archives of Utah, as a pattern wor
thy of imitation by all.
Col. Fremont in Chancery. Mr. Gwin
moved tho Senate on the 28th to tako up a
bill, providing for the examination and pay
ment of claims against the Uuited States
growing out of the conquest of California.
Wo are informed that
"He stated as his reasons for doing so, that
he hud this morning received letters from
Col. Fremont, dated London, April 13, stat
in;; that ou the evening of the 8th inst., he
was arrested by a party of rude officers uml
locked up lor twenty-lour hours, at the suit ol
unknown parties, for liabilities amounting
to $70,000, growing out of the military ope
rations in California."
Alleghany County. Col. C. M. Thrtis
ton, Normand Bruce, Pr. C. II. Mich
ael Trciber and Archibald Cary have been
appointed delegates to the Whig State Con
vention, from Alleghany county, Maryland.
The Journal says the county meeting was
not very well att.eni.eil, ami although the
delegates aro uninstructcd, a majority of
them are understood to be for Gen. Scott.
A Relic of Old Times. The Fire Com
pany of Norristown, I'a., huve in their pos
session the first engine that ever was used
in Philadelphia the "Little Sun" and Dr.
llcnjumin Franklin had the honor of being
the founder of said company. It is proposed
to have it in the firemen's procession on Mon
day. t For tho Ancient Metropolis.
Iditor: Will you please state, on
behalf of the Coinmittoe of Relief, that the
wholo amount of funds received by them
from all sources, up to tho present date, is e
leven thousand , three hundred and Jifty-two dol
lars and seventy-eight cents.
By order of Relief Committee.
John Hough, Sec. pro tern.
Chillicothe, May 3d, 1852.
Beet Suoar in Utah. Messrs. J. W.
Coward, W. Collinson and Russell, who
hnve recently emigrated from England to
Utah, have taken with them machinery for
tho manufacture of beet-root Sugar on the
largos, scale. They are wealthy men, and
have invested $250,000 in this enterprise a
lone. 03"The Palace of the Convcrti, at tho foot
of the Vatican, is being fitted up for the
training and instruction of suco Protestant
clergymen as may wish.on their conversion,
to take orders in the Catholic Church. The
Pope has taken on himself, from his private
purse, to defray the expense of theso pupils
for the priesthood.
The Lancaster Daily Gazette has been
enlarged. We are glad to see this evidence
of prosperity in our neighbors, for they de
serve it, for the excellent sheet they put
forth. May they continue to grow in sheet,
and pocket too. OAt'o State Journal,
OTNothing of importance doing in Congress,
Later from California.
NtW YorsT, May 3. The Crescent City
brings 100 passengers, 2,000,000 on flight
and 8(100,000 in the hands of passengers.
Brvlo Ewing is among the passengers.
Tho lato floods left a rich harvest for tho
A Mexican was hung by the vigilance '
committee for theft, at Tuolumne.
It Is stuted that both Houes of the Mexi
can Congress has rejected the Tehuantepec
treaty by a unanimous veto.
Pussengers are conveyed over the rail
road from BuenaVistn, (now completed,) to
within 12 miles of Gargona, and go from
Aspinwallto Gargona in onetluy.
I'trcin Illiievs of Hr. Cl:ty.
WAsmxo roN.Muy 4. Henry Clny is sink
ing, and will not probubly live three days.
Family sent for.
Scond Despatch The Republic this morn
ing states that Mr. Clay's illness has assum
ed a more violent type, and his most san
guine friends have abandoned all hopes of
his recovery. On Friday night he was much
troubled with a cough which has since in
creased. Ho is evidently not far distant
from bis end.
Charles Andrews, member of Congress
from Maine.is dead. '
Arrival of tho Pacific.
New York, Muy 1. The Pacific arrived
to-dny. At Liverpool there was no material
change in breadstuff. Corn was a shade
lower. The poliiicul news is of no impor
tance. The market quotations are not giv
en. From l'lmbui-gli.
Pittsburgh, May 4 M. River 9 feet 8
inches and fulling. Weuther cleuj and
warm. The City Councils last night passed
an ordinance, almost unanimously, author
izing a subscription of 250,000 to the Pitts
burgh and Steulienvill n l?.-i t Iriui.l nnuiilthi
O - ,
in city six per cent, bonds of not less than
$300 each, having thirty years and upwards
to run; bonds to be issut'il in October, pro
vided the Railroad is brought into the city
by a bridge across tho Monongahela. Let
ting to take pluce to-day, and the work will
bo forthwith vigorously prosecuted.
Cincinnati, Muy 4. The western papers
contain uccounts of great destruction of prop
erty by storm last Friduy. Tho town, of
Leavenworth, Indiana, wus nearly destroyed
10 houses blown down; some of them sub
stantial unci; uimuings with thirteen inch
walls two or three persons killed, and a
number badly wounded. In various other
places houses, fences, and orchard of valu
able fruit trees destroyed.
Washington, Mav 4. Tho Intelligencer
says Mr. Clay is somewhat better, but appar
ently, cannot survive but a low days.
Chevalier Hulsemann left yesterday; be
fore doing so, be addressed a note to Secre
tary Webster, conies of which wcro address
ed to nil the foreign ministers. Contents
ir. n. iiLxrr.u & to.,
.Until SI-, opjio-lKiht U"CUiiy VitlWy BHiik,
Cah Dkalrhs im
CHOICE FAMILY GROCEHIES AND VZVGS.
HAVK ju.t received anil shall keep on hniiil a full
niiih iiiiMunt supply ol Staple (irvcerins. Fruits,
Nilts,Spic01, Satires, IVklei, t'alsnpi, &c, together
with inuny ulher a I irle. necessary ill kerning House.
Abo. a laVL'eind well 4ehrl"il t:Iib nf t'ni. v tlilu
anil Dic-Htuj;. Lancaster, .May , Ih'ii. M
Cheese! Cheese!! Cheese!:!
I 1ST received, a line lot of Kni;liMi Di.lrv, Pin.
Apple and San Savo Che ii b. "i!.l iim for
cashbv II. U. IHiNTElUCO.
AUy 5, 1SV3. i'j3
Tobncco (still Ci:;iirs,
VI. A liCK and stipe) iur lot of f 'inrs mel Tobscro,
turtle at 11. IJ. I'lL'.Yi'i.1! & ft).
May 5. (iJJ
Stitr MiKte'tii rover, d
Ii! II. IU NTl.ItS. CO.
HUM'S, etc., at
Ol-I) Gov. Java slid Hio Cotr-e, New Ovb-all, ?.
(;.ar, I'biladelphia rrnshi d do., Now Orleans Mo
lai'ei, Snrir-hoiisu and tiol.len Syrup at
May 6. Ii. 11 III M i:il& CO.
IMiite f I Mine W. Jlenson.'
jVJOTICK is horeliy given, that the iimtfr!gie d has
1 1 bu n ap oint 'd uu 1 duly uiulifnilas Adininistra
tor ol the Folate of Isaao W. Mkasom, deceased, late
ol Fainield count y, Ohio. All persons having elainiH
aain-t said Khlale will present thein for sittl"ineiit.
1 gaily au;lientirat"d within one your and all tlio-n:
indebted will make immediate, paytiient.
Dated thUDd duyof Mav, A. f)'. Wri
May 5. 4;vt JOllN URAMH)N,.4,mW.
IMtite ol' Tho itms I'licher.
jVTOTICKis hereby jiiven that fie subscriber lias
1 1 been appointed and qtialifud as Administrator,
with tho Will annexed, on tho Kstato of Tiio.m.s
Fi-ick i:h. deceased, lalo nf Fairfiebl county.
May 6, WW 4.vf OIX): SA.N'DKIiSON'.A.fmV.
WE have now received s Inre and complete as
anrtmcnt of New A; I'nshioiuihle (JooiN,
which we are daily exhibiting and selling at the old
aland of 1Ikis.mumi an" Son.
All we ask or require, is, tl'at persons viHiting our
city in pursuit nf good barenina, will jiivn us a call.
Ue detect hnnibuggp.rtt, and. besides,our noodsonre
cxami 'itl, recommend' themselves, t'ur stock is full
was bought in a cash tnarkot, and we aro satisfied
wilii small profits. We can supply our customers
with alinoit every tiling heart can wish fur, Irotn a;i
ounce nf Indigo ton hi'trxhcivi of Sugar: or from a
yard if Rj cent Culiro toai'Msi nf clothnfvr $1.
Of Shoes, Hats, liottnets, lloao, Hit bons, Parasols,
silks, lawnt. bareg s, d'hines, iiibiius, calicoes,
cloths, ca-isitneres, SatiiK'tK, tweeds. &C .we are well
supplied a.i respects b .til 'pl illfie- and prices,
Keep on n
n hand the best of Family (iroceries,
, Collbci, Sugar, Molasses', Syrup, Kice,
such us leas
I Silli es, &c.
And we are alwavs supplied with a lnrg an.l valu.
: able stin k nf tteiuly M.ltle Ciollihi',', made hem
j at home, on special orilcr, and therefore gieally pre
i lerableto that imported Iroin eastern slop. shops'.
,, j"t.asii and country iTmluce always taken in ex
change InrgiHila. HKINMUND MAItTIN.
April 30, IS5i. d89
rill IK undersigned has associated with him in busi
dt noss, in his establishment iutlin Sou liwest cor
ner ol the Public Sipuro, lincuster, Okoiiof:
Wii.iutk. Tin) business will lieri'Bller be conduct .
ed under the name linn ol l.YO.SS & IVIhlllTK,
where may be found at all. limes a well scluc'ted
Nlock of I'Vimi y Groceries.
Tho establishment baring tho advantage of the
argo purchases ol'tbe senior pnr'nor.will enable them
lo sell aa low as any house in Fairfield county
'I'ltuv .nlii.il a entiii mmtirn if ii.mI n.lmnniTii igiui..
ing the public Iboir objert will be to render satisfac
tion. JOHN LYONS.
April 13, IR32. lindSmwbU
dj" Eagle copy two months.
1)K. A. P. MIIXKK,
(GRADUATE of Cloculaml Medical Collie, ten
Tf ib rs bis professional services to tbo citi.ens of
I'leasantville and vicinity.
I.KrvKKNei'.s: Pr. M f. Ilroi'k, New fsalom; Pr.
(. W Hiersl lor and Dr. M. Z. Kreider, Lincaster; Di.
I). A. Eishcr, llaltiniore. April 1, 11-53 3w4H
SKItlOI'S AM) NO 3IISTAK1:.
TI1K Agent nl the Philadelphia Commission Store,
bcinj; alone closing out, has neither tbo time nor
tlie opportunity to looli alter the outdoor business of
said concern in person: hence thoso indebted to the
establishment will see the importance of calling on
him at once to close up their arcounts; as nothing con
nected with the business of the house csn possibly
bo left open. A neglect of this timely notice, will
make il imperative on him to adopt the very unplea
sant thnuitli absolutely necessary alternative imposed
upon him by tho circumstances of the raae, to publish
a list of delinquents and have such neglected accounts
sold at the court-house door, by public outcry at an
early day. JOHN U VVU.LUl K, Agent.
April 19, 1852 7U
left all inv claims with Paviii
lk. Ksq., to whom payin-nt csn be
at anv tune between this and the mid'
Ho ol June next without cost. If not paid by that
time, coat will positively bo added aa no lur.htr in
dulgence can be given. K. VANt'K.
Millorsport, April 29, 1803. Sw53
ORANGES AND LDBIOIVS.
A Few Boxes just received at ths city city Dru
tors. EDWARD L. SLOfjUM.
Laacaitsr, Juas SO 8
SaTURDaT, May ..Semite. The sunDio-'
mental tax-bill was finally nanaed.
a ,.nl.,ii,. .'. il,.t .!.,. ..i
.. : 1 . " 7. ..." Y ,77 . ,
j..uriirU kuiiiu, morn nouuiu ua ciiipioyea
only three assi.tant clerks and two asai.Unt
The nominations of the Governor were
Resolution of thanks were unanimously
voted to the President.
The salary bill was at length adoptod, as
Hows: Governor $1,800; Lieut. Govern-
mileage and 5 per day during the ses-
....... niiuiuii treasurer, l,.'iuij;
Secretary of State, 1,400; Hoard nf Public
Works, each, (no mileage,) $,500; Attor-
tx-y General, $1,000 with 3 per cent, till It
amounts to 1,400; Librarian, 8;ou: Hu-,
preme Court Judges, 1,700; District Jud'- i
, oi,jou; nuperior ana Criminal Court
Judges, 1,500. The voto upon the adop-
tion of the bill stood, yeas 20, nays 2. I
Kcsoiutions ol thaiiks to the ollicers and
reporters of the Senate were adopted; also a
resolution requesting tho Governor to do
sii'iinte a dov of thaiiksnivimr.
i tie coinmitiee to investigate the aflaira
of the City Hunk was discharged.
Alter various other unimportant matters
were disponed of, the Senate ailiourntid to 3
Ti(. ... .. ." . .
o'clock, Monday morning. ! domestic fleece sold at auction prices; 10 000 ' .MaHHIKIj At Mary's ('burrh, MoniUy .
lhu,e.-.l.., tt lengthy discusrfon, the sal- lbs super and extra country pulled, at 35 Jc Wfrnin& vui V ivXil.
ary bill was passed, yeas 49, nays 25. . ,em,U,MA 5000 lbs super 37cts, fair pric4; iei. ' W ! ,,UfU'"
The usual resolutions of Hunks wore a- 201,500 lbs domestic fleece sold at !5Jt?; 41 j; Tin acrampaueiunl to th, abuv. r.oti,. wai una
dopted, a,,d but little of special int-re.it trans- and a few parcels unwashed at 19 cts. I .. r.li.be.1 n.i ch one who nar-ook of it f.; con
acted A largo portion of the day was oc- "After the foreign nr-ws was made public strained to we.h a Ion' lu",of happiuus inj prup.rl
cupied btwecn a cotiile of the majority about there was a buoyant feeling in the stock mar-' ty to th. gini-mus d-.wr.
paying Kossuth's bill. ket, and a strong disposition to buy fancies. Apri ,w. Kv ,he R.-r a.nw c.rpento,. Mr
Munihvi Mommy. The two Houses ad-j ".Money continues extremely abundant, fMNIKL rA.NoDK and Mi, HKBfcfTA CARI'KN-.
journed about b o'clock. Th'.'re was no im- and there is difficulty in employin" the ac- TER.'isaghterof Mr.NuheniuhCarpcmer.allofthis
portant business transacted. ! cumulation at 5 ner cpnt on mil ejuniy.
..IWA renen rancaiure rcprcstnts Louin by the ANorthL-rn Lilit. ihn nmmmi of miiri "wfrM!'m.?y " 'rr::Vern," T f" u,t
linil CUM IPlMnif , n n ei-nu-n t.-l.!,,l, I I i ta . 6 , SIUlT llflSf iTIT14J I)1nrl9, Wflli-n s)tr j"1t W MI) th' ITiOtft
INupoltoi trj ing t,n a irow n, w Inch has slip- coming down to Panama by the next steam- uncomplying ,ub.u.ion, Mi,. KMII.Y, dsu-btc, o:
pt u over his lace, upon which he remarks ' er would be between Hi seti nim ci . . Mr. larLi tu .itfi,. u,.d m inn.
IriL'll 11111 imrf hml n .l.v.... IL,ln r ' tnn tmn e. I II .1 . . .... .. 7 : 'Ck ..f .kl. I -n.i.t.l. aniin. 1.
- -j-v .j ,'.i' A. ooojuou. uoiu uau come into nan r
v-;,iri . i
OCT'' Who is master of this houte!" said a j
traveler to a landlord, as ho aliMited at aho-
tol-T1 t . , .,1
1 hat question is not yet decided," said
int. land lord; "my wife and I have been try- ;
ing to settle that question these ten vears." ,
.11 i; K C II A M T T.V1LOKS.
Springer & Trout,
T TAVKrr-rtinvedtliMrCj.nTiirao Ktabi.hh
GA IW,. b.il,iin- i" S" ,
JUL I lock Ins Valluv llanit and T. IV. TallniaJ.-e'i
thev have in i,., nn.-..i ,. i.,...
auJ ct .iwive c.ifirnne.'it ot
Ktttdy .lliule Clotbii;,
IVhkli they w ill sell si low as the same qusUty of
H.id aurl work nn b iniivba"il at any other ctalj.
lihinn: in tin: city. Tlieii clothing i.,'inaiiufatureil
und.o the.ii-own Mtih-rvision and U con-eijiiently au
(erinr to that which is broil. lit Iroin otli.-r ihi;ei.
Til -y have a!s: on hand, a bi.au!ilnl variety of
Cloths, Csiincies, Vesting, Ac.,
tVhieli they are re-',r. d to inaiinfartiirM to order.
They haeo in ti.r 'iiiibv th': b'jst ofuurkmmi and
are at all I'mi s j ri r un d t'o n!al.e tin- beat I t ar.d in
tin latest V. .' lea. .Ill their work w:tl be varra -.tcil.
The puMie ar.-reiri -1 1 is 1 1 y soli ii .'d to call an I ex-aniin-i
liu ir to:-k, an I while thnUul for the liberal
patroiiagii th' V i at'. elijoved. tliey asui'H their old
.'UHltiinr an.l all other lh.it they'will latiorto pive
Ht m ral sati, faction U;tli in tl.o cjualily and iiritc of
llieirpiiods ami work. bl'iU.'iijLU 4 TUUUT.
Laiu-aatur, May '1, 1Sj2 d:J3
HOOKS AND STATIOXKKY.
Telernpll Itiillillnu;. o,po,l Coiief Ilmiae.
fJKNKIUT. Asmrtmnt ot' SClIOOf, ROOKS
KUV, of aupoiiul' uuality, lor ie al tei v lnw rn ircis.
May 3. JOHN' I. TLT1I1I.I..
It'ST rec'lved, Clovernooii. by Alien Carey: the
Lorgnette, Dream O Lile.Kreib (ilenninti by li:c
Marvel; FiiM lniiresii, ns in Holland. ()! lied Sand
stone, Foin Prints ol tli ' CiiMtor, by llnli Miller:
Gbnce at Knrnoe, by H. (fr .ely; a l;uel(e e Abroad,
nr tho ward l ilies hi i mope anil tin On'.mt, bv S. S
Cox, and nunv other r.-w and choice linnks, te''eiher
with a fine and -i-ncr l asoi1niiiit rf Ilit,lr.i, .V4-W
Hooks. iVr., which nil! be sold very low at the Hook
Stnreef JOHN' ,. TtTllll.f-,
-Mayd. Telegraph liul'.Jinj, opposite rourt-house.
I'liiuiiy Currinye for Sale.
C'5- J-JPrP" subicriber cdf. is lor sale upon res
:V I honablu !er:n3 b li.'lii Familc c -rria-e,
Willi two s-'i:K
Aurii an, ih.v?.
1'ailor furniture for Stile.
Ill A VI'. for nl,; a fine set of Parlor Furiiituro.irhich
will be .-old very !o.v.
Alto A large let ol UosschnU and K t hca Fur
niture. J. M. COL'IU'.N'FV.
April 3d, IS'.:. d.)
Dissolution of I'nrtnership,
flllF. Partnership heretofore cxistine, under the
JL name and liriii of KOl'K BKCK, is this day dis-
sotyeil by miiliial coiinit. the bo.ilis and accounts are
ill the hands of P. MOIM, who will lllalco all settle,
meiits, and by whom all claims against sui 1 firm will
uo paw. v. iiui'c,
M.rcb '.G, 1S52. J. F. blX K.
f I111F. undrrsi;; ed baviu l.-oucbt tlie entire inter
JL est o' Jacos V. rji:uii, he will continuothe Hard
ware business at bis old stand oi pnsite tile Taltmade
House, where he will constantly lieepon hand afiPii
enl assortment of I f:irihi-arp. ultii, b will nnsilit-e.
ly sell chrapcr than any bousn in Ihe city can sell.
llri invites Ins old lrlelms slid the public eenerslly to
l'OCKKT BOOK LOST.
Five Dollars Itcivnril.
ITIIIF. Kiibseriii: r tbis( I'uesdav) afternoon, lost his
JL POCKKT-HOOI. between Sioriiiu's Drug Store
and Kilme r, W hite S I.atta's llarduaie Ptoro. The
bonk c(ntained about tliirty dollars in bank bills and
specie, and several notes of bond payable to the sub
scri'ier. The above reward will be paid to any person leav
ing the I'nokot Honk st the Hardware Store of r'.ltin
g -I-, White & batta PETER KANE.
Lancaster, April 27, 1S52.
T.lttle .V Dresbnchs
RKSPF.CTITT.I.Y invite the attention nf tbeciti
7eiis o( Lan aster and vicinity, to their large
Wtnck ol" Spring mid Summer Goods,
just opened, cnmprisinii every variety of styles, pat
tern ailU llia ina in in,, n-sici 11 lu.rtc'nc, which nave
been selected with great care ss lo price and quality,
and will be sold as low as any other establishment
can sell West of inn Alleghany mountains. We will
make additii n to our stock through tha season in or
der to keep our assortment full and complete. The
public will do well to call and cxaniino our stock
before biiving elsewhere.
W u can say to the Ladies that our stock of
Dress (Joint, Hiblioiis, .sonnets & I'arnsols,
and all other articles for their use, sre very nice and
cheap, and w ill be very happy to have you call and
examine our stock.
Tbo Gcntli'iu.-n will as usual find a heavy stock of
Cloths, Cussimcres, Ycstiiur,
anil a great variety of other (londs suitable for their
wear. Wo hsve'aKo a large slock of brown and
blenched muslins, diap ts, checks, tickaugs, linens,
aggings, drillings, cotioiiades.jltc. Panama, leghorn,
ii'ilel straw anit paim inat :ia i , boots anil shoes.
cotmn yarns, baling, wicklnc. &c.
Also, a large sloi:k ol wall paper, bordering and
nuisun ,-iiiii-, . frtf .- .-.i..i."g.a
(ilnsswnro ntid QiiccnStVnre
buy uf us.
Also, a full Stock of Groceries
and every tiling usually kept in our line.
l7WAfi Tr.u at sum
irons all kinds of country oro-
ducc, fur which the highest priro will be paid.
C-EOHCiK H. MTI.K,
SAMUKL D. DIUOSBACII.
Lancaster, April 13, MM 60
City Keiil ICstntc for Snlc.
TIIE subscriber offers for sale the House and Lot,
situated upon Wheeling street, a few days Ksst
of the residence of Dr. Buerslter, lining a psrt of Lot
No. 6. in Square No. 19. The House ia a two-story
frame and the Lot is 31 feet front. There Is a stable
& other out houses, a cistern and well, upon the pre
mises. 1 will also soil an out-lot of 4 acres, beine a
portion of out-lot No. 9, situated at the North entf of
Broad-street, either in whole or in psrt.
Tho above property will be sold low ana terms
made reasonable. SAMUEL SUEKRICK.
Lancaster. April 81. 1852 3m61
toriuined ou'Vi's'iieial satisfaction. i cu i.jc. oaieM uuseea VII at OSw; . J" ? deceased vi.- That part of Section No the ck.-sI lior-ea in tre v est.-rn ccimtry.
.-...ill ,,..,-.,,,,Ani,,,.ih,.,,,i..i,.,.B;.,.i..i.in.li,i,,, I lOObarre Is Lard O sod at Knc. Snssr .?..... " otf U '1 1!" 1 i be see,, at mv larm in Walnot township, on
.. i : ..V.? ' . "V v." "L Zr.ZU.... .i: j .i"..r ... VI": r"":"""M ' "V: ." and Tuavi: and oa WeJaesdsrs. Thiindsys
' ,rV. . , V ' . ' ,r "7": X X "VU B . . u.cm""" - - "a8 iuo 1 " "V"- W ",aniat . t d s,turi.. of h w.epk.- crim-s
1 V, - 1 .1 ,.l T ' T I1'0"1'0' iromSllip, UUIIiageU at U(oy cor.ieroiuieisc.ui..i vu.ric-r i.aia ecuon; mence ,..,. ' JAMES IV
rtl t lit. Il'lll n,HSt lie Ke I I'll tin at S3 fal-ltf B ,I.V IS a rt.h lumlv rur haa h.n,a Uail ..Iran aa-wI.. iu ' .OCaBieT 11.
Laiieauter. Murch ifl). 1?52. iUlIIC "Xill kC'IS man liPt. to Ihe nl.ic ol kpiuninir. containini 2 Arn.. ! '
1RA6E AND Monetary Arum Th.
extracts, relative to the trade and
monetarv aflV.r. ..r v. vu . ,
f . ' . , 7"' " " lecleo
, i ui enj ua i cones-
' riour J ha lat.jp advices per Cunard
steamer, at Halifax, added firmness and
i buoyancy to nrices. Hitk. n.....
with a fair demand in part to arrive; sales of'
i l-'OO brls at 4,37','4,ii2 for mixed to very '
; choice bramh, and 4,75fr. 5,25 for fancy. .
imj fiuujr, aim u aeci'l;tlly
lower; tho decline has not induced much in-
'l"iry for export. Sales of 3H.00U bushel at
4 Cents fur handsome Southern white, and
G4r Gjc for Southern yellow.
"Provisions Our market for Pork is dull.
anu prices easier; the demand is only for the
"Cotton, is still active at the advance of
c; L',500 bales changed hands.
"Sugars. Cuba Hngars have advanced
here on the low grades. The advices from j
Havana show a Urire movement there, u iihl
.. . ' .... '
sales ot 130,000 boxes loC Lowes anil a mar-
, ket, at 10'iil5 percent advancv ou these
: "Wool is verv much denrensed. 20.000 lbs.
"As far as I can ascertain from the lettei
r i.. e. .i... r , . . . .
very in.uiv ior inu lew uaya previous to the
i,tof Anr':i 3 v l,,uus lu
, 'fade ad Monetary.
The receipU into the United States Treas -
ury, from January 1st to JIarch 31, 1852,
exclusive of Triml Vumlj. u er. 10 rcu -itt.
i eynendiliire. Sell) R7U 1 cn.r....;l. c,
- :,' , v ii-5ii"-
j'JJ was lor pensions, and interest, &.c, on
public debt, including Texas indenmitv
' , r.. ..- . . v
stock, $255,982 30. Of the receii.ts the
I . ..... -""""" oi-ii'iui ou,
irotn customs 5ia,lU,7Ul B0;
i Ba,eB of l)u,,llc lands S621;355 3'J; loan of
.January 23. IHd7. flreemirv n,.tej c,,,l,.,K
4,00; llUSCeiiaileOUS ff.i 1 fiW 43.
llie COHiaw at the United State Millt
during April, amounted to 3)37,930 82, of
which .$3,474,128 was in gold, iucludin-
iai' o-i ... il i ii mi -i . .
jju.djo gum uuiiarn. me Hiiver consiated
of 1)3,000 (Jiineri, 8,800; 2H',t000 half dinieH,
12,300; 1,000,200 three cent piccot, 30,-
OOU. The gold bullion deposited during the
4 months from January 1st to April 30th,
hiii-i,ujo, BKiiiusi cJ,0JJ,X0l uur -
llnr tlie fllltno nerirwl lul 1'n.ip
inir me Huinu penou last year.
The imports of dry goods have been made
.i v'i . i , .,
up at the New York custom-house for the
throe months ending the 30th of April, and
show a decline from last year of $3,849,0-20,
but the amount taken into consumption is
S2,U3'J,8(i8 less, as tho stocks in warehouse
i ' ,' ', . . ., . " c
have been greatly reduced this season.
ir.,.,.- r . ,f ,
TlIlBSDAT MoB.M.10, May 6. We quote
Heat at 03. Corn at 28 a 30, Oats at 18a20,
Flour at 5'2,75 a 3 a 3,25.
We intend hereafter to nay special atten
tion to our commercial column.
Clevelano, May 3. Flour, stock large
and going forward. No sales in this market
worthy of note; 1000 bbls straight brands
ofl'ered this morning without sale at 3,37J,
out noiuers wouiu not sou at a lower njrure,
V lieul, receipts light antl mostlv to supply
oiu coutrars. liuvers woula Wlllinirlv pay
71c Jor Northern,' but we think not biVher.
Saloon Satiirilnv nf nOOl) Sin,li,w"
ftaie Oil Sjaturtlay ot 0000 bandUaky on
hoard vessel here at 2c.
Corn, Buvers ofier 40e, at which 2000 bu
soil. Uats.30(ft32c. Wh tefish not n mar -
, . . :
ket in quantity. Butter, 12J for ordinary,
Eggs by bbl 10c per doz.
new a. vi aa .ia.BB fii.-i.
P.M. Sales of 13,-
in Hour nt SI to. HJ
f f. L '
ut 4-,000 Common at
1(374: 3,000 bUS. Bar-
New York, May 4
500 bbls. State and Oh
and Beer unchanged, bales of 150 bbls.
L'trd atlOlt'T 10J; GOO tierces Rice at 3.G2J;
15,000 hhds. Cuba end Matanzas Sucar at
43C" 5lcj Porto Rico, 5G' Prison and O
hio Whisky 21 J
Cincinnati May 4 P. M. Flour firm at
3,18(a3,20 for common; 3,30dT3,40 for extra
1 and fancy
Whisky 147. Provisions dull;
BOhhds JJacon shoulders sold at 7j; sides of-
Philadelphia, Mny 4. 1200 head of
llpOVPK ntlnrni ! e ne nl ?.1llo,Rf,n nnr
hundred. Hogs 500: scllinorat 7,50(8,25 '
Cows 100 in market; prices ranging 12 to
38. Sheep and Lambs former 2,55; latter.
Brighton, (near Boston) April 29,-There
were ofl'ered at market, to-day, 825 Beef cat
tle; 110 cows and calves; 1000 sheep and
lambs; and 2200 swine.
Prices Beef cattle Extra 7,50; 1st
Olialitv 6.50OS7.00: 2d nuulitv t;.50: 3d
! quality $5(t?5,50 per 100 lbs.
I Cows and calves sales at 17, 18, 20, 24,
Ulirc-p U1IU 1UIIIUB BUlL'B J,clO, 010,0,
and extra at H(a;ti,50.
8winnVI,nl.t. Ra 7Ae
CJI.A.. n...l I U.. . i, En i 1-.r.
ClICKSt: AND ltHINE HIM-
i i,c, . b?iii. is..:.. . set apart to tho petitioners, (each one twenty
Swiss, LimburK, Enslish Dairy and , ' n,istnl , , uii win
ALSO, Finn lu re Grnpe AVine, of the Old
Father llhine, just received and for sale by
Uncaster. April lit. GIAM . 1IKAM)T. .
I'AKTICl LAR , NOTICE.
flllR gentleman who borrowed:
wee. sgo. is respectfully requested
to return it; if he doea not, lie may
Dosiiblvfind anaciountfortlie aaino
with one of the Justices of tho Peace.
Lancaster April 23. ALVA II PEflRY.
! rtVlR Partnership herctoforo existing under tho
I I ilim.nanieof IP.Alik It CO.. fbitbin Mnrch.ni.
w dissolccil by mutual consent on the first dsy of
i A nril. The business will hereafter be conducted un -
der tho firm. name ol Ii. SIMON. Ik CO., at the OLD
k-pivn sl.: I J - t.. c .L. lx .1 .- I-,,...
i-I .ii-i, imr uuur j-.ihi, ,;,,f,c iuK.l"X r ocicy
Dank, where mav ho found at all times s Due, lame
ana wen seiecieti biock oi
Kenuv iilnilc Clothinc.
For men and bovs. aa well as a large assortment of
Shirts, Drawers. Under-shirts, Cravats, liand'fa. &c
If must alio ha rnm.rlind fh.l thn mnm4
FRANK, who is ao well known for hia fine fits and
good bares ma, intended to iesve town, is not truend
he would assure Ins friends, hit customers and Iho
n.ihlin mnu. v .k. ...ill 1 .... . .1 .. . ... : 11
those w ho may favor him with a call.
.V h, ..I. cu mi'iiaiu
Also, at tho same place and at all timet, will' be
found a line lot of Jewelry. Kotiovs and (tlcry.
Lancaster, April 24, 1S52 O. SIMON 16 TO.
j c.i.. n i.. q a. i .iAH n . c.-.:. t-.-
4 of all kinds, Old RyeVhiskey,(kc ,juit ree'eh-ed at 1 fvorable one, and every thing in good order- Imme
July 31 ' O. KAUFr MAN fc CO'a P."' .- or hirthey partico-
NOTICE to thnStm'kholdenoftheCinrin
nnti, H ilmingtnn and Zanesville Kail
Road Company. The Annual Election of direct
ton for aaid company, will be held at CircJevUle, oa
Tuesday, the l-th day of May next
By order of the Board.
WILLIAM TRIPLETT, Secretary.
AprU 12, 1362.. ' '
(n-A.NOTHEii SCIENTIFIC WONDER1 In-
rt-rM.i, in, in lUttlmtFiuUOutrit Juin
prepared bum RLNNliT. nr th munts iToura
o,, .ft. .1,,,,,. Ran i.IfcBK). th.
' rt rlivMwiril ir J a. i,.,,.. U
..fh,M . Tui. j.imlya Vrful r.dv for
",n'-"on. i'vrisia, jinmiip.. nvr cnwpiiini.
'ZW'nM'Xy- 'uH,ni.'.7 N,"'.' "
. "ii"'.!'. iy lttir.. m own i;i'll, ln OtUttriC Jutrf - ,
i rooiiinin?sl.-uli..vli.i:. of in 1
. fur".i,hml bw smnt. rnu. So. ouk amuni th.
i m"J"-" Wu.c.mu 47 .
"hh fmn.li s s
Mow.'. Kbakar &
ItiTuca Suffwiua, frutn diseases 'o
are jpnontly iul.ject, ua.Dr. S. ll
, UoW4'ahlnlferKanaiArilUltwillrM4.lnl..i.-...H !
ller fcmle.o!J or young, am. and erri-y Fani-
'.haUhmtUufxre'Jeui Family mrdMnety torn
tall at our dpot, or on on. of our Acenta, in,l ri a '
pmpMct, mi.. wlwr. you will find fwW Juct," 1
;(".' tw cu b-s.iWiniUijd by ti.uiu.nd.ui r,. '
1"K i .1,1. rii n.i ,,i. .h. I
i 'w rn.rilla, as(in-pri.dly Dr. 8. U. UOWK, :
. has boon tha uioni f twrmanratly curing roomdi.-
wliich tha Uum.n family srBc,n!inu.liy iub- i
yxt, tliaa any otW praparAtion of Sar.ipiiIlU v..r
yet brought before tin pu!.lic. SeeAl . ,riis.miit.
" . : ' " ' ' ' -
Ileceipts for the f.iaettc.
I'L . II I m. r.
Valentine Cupp 1,73 F. A. Fjj1.t
lorubly recall the toucbuur vuritfol 31r. tit-nun:
. . . , ,.
: "Urn hav their tim m fall,
! And flowci-. to wither at tlieoorth wind'abroath;
i '"i.tlVor th;n. .wnoh doath-
! I, woid ,,m but th, OTder of n.tor., to a.
'. !"" this world after many yMisofua. fula.af. and
when 0 ll.ri of a lif tim. ar ended. Mm h ia
w sr.;.i.mtm .nt 01 froviUTO.. trial man nllM. coin-
eth forUi li... Bower and ia rut down
j also u a sha low nd continup'h not
1'ow.r and ia cut down: that 'he ll.th
J el the va!u-
1 ,ble P'P"s "four mortal life deeeud not upon the
. i,.,h..i i. i..i . . ,.i a:..
, expecteiito exert a wide intiun
, expected to exert , wide induce uii the co.nmu
. "ity around But ihe will be mi.aed from the Bible
ana lahnatn cusi. wiere in. wis a ron.tint aro in-
, ,,,-,. ,m he. r!v removal rail, with
1 the voire of tmder vet leriom winuns: mined froi
i ,he fan.iiv iiatlierii,;. the home of her vou'h. where
' h,7 w.orth w" be,t PP'-!f'" h,'r"'1' hCT ;
' altectmiis were rao.t tullv oupiavi'd snd th'r was
r..ii .v,.ir.itri t, nsti..nra. in '...trri.wsi liir.
' tril(enQowerl'leftlcabrf(iuaieuiKor.t'.-niiiuiit,L. ;
:o1 " erkg uinicr.
j whose .ummoned bresth wentrtTJuay i
As foldths spent row wb. n the dsyis don."
! l)er.ited this life.on Sun.tay the 'iith uitimi). near
! llc'Andtu.rt in t;rrnliild tnwnkhin. Mr. Ink W.
i tiavnijwux, in itreenneia uiwnknip, x
I MEASoS.ia ti.e44ih year of hiaaee.
i wa- a generous hearted man, and ever n
hit po?.OIUii ,tten-ionand sympatby to
1 he decftod i
" resident HaU th, oing
i of tha ):h ultimo, Mr. JOil.V HA.NNA, s-d '
i yeari. He was one oj thePioneer settlers ol' Fainiebi
. Jou"t'' nii th" 1" "f, P''".'' '"-Pi;fi
i forth at hu rountrvs call sennit th Bntiai. an In-
,ihm, anddone g-'d aervicJ.-Coni. . .
I IFrt-m tit Vsfayttlt (l-ufiana) Cmritr, April 24.
IJIKIJ At 1 o'rlnrn. un C-aturday) morning, very
; ,uade.,lv, ACUlVrUS MATUC KraeedMvear. t
Death never came more stealthily, or moreunwel.
I come, or severed more tender snd yet stronger conU .
ol atlertion, ittan in uie present instance, t ew shar-
ed so liberslly the confidence and esteem of a Live
suddenlv, and unexpectedly called to his long home
wittiin the pat few hours. We learn that friend Mat-1
lsck (and be was a rind in no ordinary senaenf tiie
word,) wss in his u-ual r.car.ti yesterday, and lett hu ;
atore st 9 o'clock last evening, remarking that lie felt .
better than he bd lor several daya. between U and :
1 o clocK IMS morning lie swoae tne lamuv t Mr.
1 rJenonctge. wnere ne wa uing. sno. mioriued triem
that he thought he was dyuig. Medical aid waa sum-
mon. d immodiatelv. bin lietore tha ohvsicisn arrived
1 ne Drettnea his lasu 1 nus in tne prime 01 nie, sur-
: rr,H"Jra by endearuiK friend,, beloved by all without
, a .,n(,de voice to uu.r aught to his prejudice, but
with a eenerous heart that commended him to t:-e es-
; teem ot every citizen in the community, he leaves us.
I Ves- he 'eavea us with none to til his ylua in the
.' ' """" """'.' r1."- "V""
msnv a memento to remma us ot nis virnies, or nis
jliindiiesa of his generosity, ol his honor, hi gcutlo- i
' manly demeanor and his noble bearing. '.
Thedoceased will be remembered and bis death de-
I plored by a large number ol friends in thia city, who ia
j other years numbered him amonj tbuir best friends.
i i i i e .1 .u
' W,11",S,y do we nd ' "mnU ot o lle"' ,h com-
1 panions of hu early youth, besr testimony to his kind
: hairt.nil msns virtue. lie lu. .nnn n,,' nnl fn.m
Uieworld-andaUofhis early friendi
yc, remaining, for many have gone before him, will
bear s tribute to his worth.
II.. . i : i . ,t r
e w as buried under the snperintenJea-e of the
ucia fellows, oi wnicn ora?r no was a laitniui ani
esteemed worthy member.
Snip til' 11 f nl l-'alHtf hv llrdnr iirCnnrt.
ON Saturday tlieWi day of May, A. I). 1S5-2, be.
, - .1... k .cu r ."v. . , . .i,
tween the hours ol U o dock, A M,snd 4 o clock.
1'. M . at t be ibwr ol the court-house, in the city of
. . . -ii i . 1 1 u: .u-.r..:ji. .i i
Inca-ti-r, will be sold to the highest bidder, the fol-.
i "" or 'ess, subject to the annual payment of seven
uunari iu uie auiua Ul .aia uneiacuk
Appraised st J4H.
l enns oj sale - une-mira m nsnj ami ine rest-1
due in onu and two years thereafter with interest on.
Uie deferred pa yiucnufiom the day nf sale. i
ADAM BRANDT, Adm'tnr, '
Of tke Estate if Darid H SicarU, derravd. :
April I, 1b62 $3 4w4
Notice iu Partiliou.
TsiTdTiri." i. h.n.bi ;rn to Ivilll.m F T.bler. nf .
il Fairfield county, Ohio, snd to William B. Pavis
and his w ile Kebecca Davis, ot Kerrv county. Ohio,
that John F. Wiseman snd William T. Wiseman, mi
nors under the age ot a I years, by Joseph (... W i.-e-
ir legal Uuardian, and Sarah L. Wiseman and
Aramiuta S. W i-enian. have filed theii petition a
cainst thpm in the court of common picas of Fairfield
m ., e .u.. V u
COUniV, Unm, pmvii'g iur llie paniiHiH nl i 'r.,ueu-
. " iuarterof Section No. 26, in Township No. 16,
, of lUngeNo.lM. In saui Fairfield county .subject loathe
ricbtof dower in the whole of ssid (jusrter section,
heretofore assigned to Sussnnsh Manl-y, wid.iw of
John Mauley ,decnased,-so that ono-aixth part may be
es iun to uu, rK,iu",". iv.. cue i T.. T-..,ul . ,
part)in aeveralty one-aisth part to said William H.
Ilavi. and Rebecca his w if .snd the remainine: two -
thirds psrt to the defendant Willis n K Tabler. W hich
petition win stsna ior ncannj iicioro saiucoun on uie
Il 11 li rV TI ll llln... fn.P.tH;n.
March II, 1851 $3,50
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E.-.tnte of John Cox
"XTpTICE is hereby given. that the nndersignMhas
i beon appointed and duly qushnedas Adnili'istra -
torof the Kstate of JOh.N CO., deceased, late
of ! airfield cou ty, mio. All persons harm? claims
' again't said F.stste will present them for settlement,
, iiiy authenticated within one year and all those
; indebted will mske iininediste psyVient.
Dated this 14th day of April, A. P, 1J.
i Auril 21 4w5l' B, J. OUTCALT, Ad lor.
I liKe Isoiicse.
,1 LL persons indebted to the late firm of FRAXK
1 CO.. are hereby notified to call snd settle the
'he n'hes ol b. Meinma.n. J. p., Lancaster,
flhtn a. nn nlhnr narann I. itilhnrlynd In iric-n racpinl.
i -' ' i s , , .,, , ib . I
' accounta, notea and duelulls. hav ben assigned
: V, V." "
Ap'll - -iiwui ui Cincinnati, sjiiki.
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1 A T my Instance, an attachment was this dav issued
t K i.-.J.r.r.l 11.,-i. . Jusiirenf il,e Pn.o i 'r:n.
1 -f V
fim tnwnship, Fairfield county, Ohio, against the
! prooertv and elfecta of V. J.
, . e ,t to r
Darwin, a non-resi-
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dontnl r airnemrounty.
March 31, I664'4w4D
Stable for Rent.
THE aubscrilier offers for rent the stable and fn
turps recently and for several years pastocenpi
ed nv mm aa a i.ivery aianie. 1 he atann ia a
lara enqnira of George Sanderson, who is authorised
o act for him. SAMUEL CRIM.
Lancaster. April . 1862 " 3w '
I?OR that hacking cough, it will lead to coasunip
. tion, vac HOwa'sGouea CAKsr.aoldhy --
Nov. 2 Prugglat, UucaatM, Ohia.
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Uffico-la th. TaUmadi. ttUxk. Vi attary lrst ant.
urio and .oati.io.
nss ptiolubinl awry 'ihuiidaj, a tli Kdiow.
in rsti l
Liu vopy.uno tear, id lilnnre , . .
- w ithin th. ) hi
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r' roni Slid a'tr th. .xniralio.i Lf th. va.!1. tha
Irgil rat. ol iotoraat Ui Uichuftd upon lb. h'h
Mit tonus. Urdrs lor clubs dual b. acroinpaiua4
by th. caih. Th. prin, nettit'i up a club of tan,
ill bo ntiil d lo a ropy gralia ao long aa th eluk
ronuiiu'itli imKh l.isexi-mons. Tb C.aA sy.l.,
in aewipaoHin, i. th. noil lonrmM-nt and pmt'lta
bio. bum iur publisher and auUtrilwr, and il la M,
U hnia tliat. wborovcr It la poaaibu, ( will be
strictly adhered to.
AdY'rtiaii.g. TU On.TTr afToidi a prof.Ubla
u.miuiu uir iavnirs. it nss i.ow a urgtr ptr
min. Qi rirculntiuB than at any provtooa lima, ui
this is lon.tintly incraii.g. Ths lavora of out
cui'oiiicn will to net up iu a cmrpictminnfr, this
allurilinK to i icb on. iu f (Ualclumc for publicity.
Hn.caltnr, tbo follonuig t r.i s will U stricUT
adli.rid to: .
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A S'lUireconaiHthnf 12 l;iii.
have the privilege, of cbansint their sdvertiaementa
lour times wch year. Persons contract bg by tha,
year, mu.it ensign for a certain spsco, lor which
they will be expected to pay.
Job Printing. In this depsrtroent, w. npeetto
unite several improvements. We shall endeavor
Ualltiaiea to execute tlie favors of our fikndi with
tromptnoas. n'-arneaa and at theslowet piites.
Ij-dNKSE, C A fibs neatly prinwd unoa reasona
BlmiLii. H sha lLecp constantly on band Bi.Kal
Urxna and .MuKroaOKS Jua-ncjea' Bi.kks, and
will be ready at all timet to print to order Shi
rixo Bills, o'a.s aiul such other lllanka aa may
"Support yrmr own" is the motto which sr. ttrira
to iitipr.-si uetm the cilieni nf our city and county,
ami it would be curious if we didnotaaltit in our own
'lie. A Knod support to anv branch of industry.will
be foond lo be a mutual bear fit to purcbsacr and aeilar.
Lauras', r,Januar) 8, 1M51I
N iTw-ETrXn LIB if 31 CNT, ''
City (,'rocery Store.
,rVl,t- "ndeTiiicned respectfully informs his friends
. JL and the pub ic Kcnerallv. tluU be has opened a
Nkw fRors:nT fsTABi-isMMKinT tinder th abovs)
nn in the tiKeniruio Himn nf Thonai V. Whits,
n.-ar'yoppoiife tiie I'hibulrtphia Commission Stored
lnriater. Ohio, where he will eonattantly kaep aa
hand a general varb-ty of Groceries auch aa:
The very best nf Rio Colfee, New Orleans Sugar,
crmhed, Howdered and (.oaf hua-an; .
.New Oriean & uar riouse Molasses: 5u?ar-houa
. rilp and s aunerior article of Oolden Syrup;
'AImi a fioe lot of lilack. lmiH;rbil and Youae l!y-
on Teas, which f know can't be neat:
Hire, pepper, SpK. cloves, cinnamon, nutmegs Jke.;
csveoti.h and aix-twiat tobacco, cut axul dry tobacco,
and a large assortment of segars: a fine lot of Fruita,
such as Li-mons, Oranges, Figs, currents, Almonds
and Brazil Nuts;
in conclu-ion. any thing that can be thought of ia
tl (;rei liw, y:ou cao Cod by calling at lha city
Inu willtmd '.here, also, a superior article of braa
dy and imported wine., which will not be sold in bis
: "w.Zd."J ,,CB"m
I would, theretore, most repectfully request my
friends from the country In ili. u me a' call, aa I will
'"rnl,h ,n"n wiln K& articles and as cheap aathay
ran buy them any pisce else. Give me a call. Look
for The sim-crr oRoctar STouie.
APril a"USi , A- CEBELIIN.
Attachment Mot ice.
AT my instani-e sn attachment was this day Issues!
by OotliebSteininsn a Justice of the Peace fof
ll'ckioetownaiiip, rai&iiekl county, against tha pro
perty and etlerts of lieury VYolleber, a non-reaioent
Prrty.n,eI1eel oi Henry noli,
;uf county. Dated thu 16th
I . oAji. A.
a'srett It, VS..
Notice in Attachment.
T mv inntanie an attachment was this day-iasn
by (! Steinmsn a Justice of the Peace ol flodc
uig townshi Fairiivld count v. aesinst the property
ana euecrs oi Lavm iucxinuin. an non-resireni os
said county. JolIN D. MARTIN.
i-aacasuir, Apru ii, esav 4Wi
, AsMjiuee's Notice.
A PIVIfiEM) of G. McFadden'j snd C. G. Wilion
k CuX-gaet, wUI be made on or about Ihe first
( 0 August next. Such of their crtditora as hav not
yet presented their demands, am leouested ao to do.
- cx-a z l wis, jsssimee.
April 1, 12
Jj-Kagle and Telecrsph copy
i Valuable Property for Sole.
fpiIE subscriber offers at p-ivata sale, Eighty A-
I ,.' cres of l.snl, being the Southwest part of tha
r ana on which she now resides, and adjoining tha
lnds of I-sac Pees. on. snd a quarter miles west ot.
Lancaster, on the lioyaltun Road, alfnrjinl one of the
best Sites f'T a Country minsiDS within the vicjnitT
, , , ,,n Fram. Iiwellii.gs. Shed UaA. and Stahlfeg.
t wells.one witha Pump, the other a draw well.
' ro.sea.iou eiveu lo uie euri-naaer in tune to see
(m, yM 1IANNA11 LEVERING.
March 29. 12
TjrEg!e please copy.
Important to Lovers of Good Horses.
WAHMERS and otber. who are fond of rai.inj gooi
stock, are respertfollv reterred to the . pedifrra
. ,.,,;,.. t. h.l,.l.l.Al. rsi.
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Hor-e took the brst premium at the State) Fair IB
and he will be fomnd upon examination tobeo
Fairfield County Common Tress.'
John T. McAnhur. i
rs. 1 IN' PAHT1TI0.,I.
Adsm l'. Ford. ) . . ,
f OTK'K is herebv given to tlie said AdairiC. Tartll'
, that the said John T McArthur has filed in tho
court ol common pleas of Faiifield county. Ohio his
p. tition aainst the said Ford praving for this partition
oi lot ni'mb"r Nini. containing Ninety-one Acres of
land which in th partition of the lands ol William
Morrison, deceaied, a ut apurt te Svdner Beeero
'uJ wile, b 'iiu! also a part of Section Number Twea-
'ty-fi.ein Violet township in said county, ia such
manner that two fifth parts thereof mav be ant spars
to the petitioner in severalt v, or that the aam mar
be sold according to law. Which petition will comsa
onto be heard at the next term of the said court, to
be holden at the court-house in said county, oa thai
17th day o Mav, A. P. 152.
H. tl HUNTER. Atfyfor PttUinner.
Anril I lH&j 83,50 6w48
' EMOte of Elizabeth F.lwell.
IOTIl'E is hereby given, that the subscriber has
; 1 been appointed and qualified as admioialratrixoa
lne csiam oi ci izabftm bi w Ki.j., neei'mseo. usseu
Lancaster, this first dav of April, IRiJ.
: iiriu' H(V'(H rrnnr.KTn V t.tm'l-lr
i,ge Howe's Cough Candy.
! WOI." KI101CMIS 110 rnilll UT I.. I,. SI.UII s,
Druggist, Lancaster, Ohio.
November 20, 1R6I
i 'i-nsci-- avis i iiiimriin
j Stockholder's. -
, - . Notice lo tne MockBOiaera. ;
; T AM Instructed to notity lh stockholders of tb
, M. Cincinnati. i ilinmppii and .nea villa. Kail mad
company, that, under the Railroad law, nn stockholder
; ia permitted to Tote at the election for Directors wbs
his not paid intiie full amount of th inatalmonta
I roquirasl to be paid hv tlie Directors of said company.
, JOFL UADKHATGH, Treaavrcr
! fi"rinati, Jtr. avd Zaarnille RaUroti tomprmf
uncaater, aiarcn u, imii . wu
RVIli ROAD NOTICE.
, TTOTlf E ia hereby elven, to the eWkholaVra of
I V .t. i-:..': .: fv:T : t-.. ts.il
a- "I" wiicuiitai u i, iiitii,' wii biiu i.-uns,iiu, .ash
i ij0,4 Company, that an Instalment of ten par cent..
u "' """n"v,. "bs-jw
thereof, at bis office iu I jncaster, on or before th
Fl'ISTDAYOFVARi II NEXT, and a like Instal
ment of ten per ent. every aiitydiys thereafter ua
til the whole amount Is naid up.
Bv order of the Hoard of Directors).
!Oi:L RADFIUnGH, Treasurer. .
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Cincinnati. W. k Zanesville Railroad Company,
Not a. lnlercst will be allowed on all siibicriu-i
tions of stock, Ironi Ilia tiuse paid in, until tha ica4'
ia opened and in operation.
And for tha convenient nf auhacrlbera, Jon, U.
FaAtfXLm. Esq., of Cirrleville, haa btsra aoroinjsid '
to receive instalments from subacribera residing ia
Damri. McLiam, Esq , of Washington, for
reaidini in Favette count v, and
bavsrsci Fitzhvois, Esq., of WUalasn.f
lOOSO rsiBUUnjE m s iiuitm conmj.
JOtL RADEBACCH, Tisurarar.
' Cincinnati, W. & ZuksvUI Railroad conposiT,
rebruaxy 9. 1H52. 'iB
A Fin assaoranaat now nrraaoldsf at -LsacastW.aoyMMO.
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