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Vtdaesday Eve'ng, June 10, W
CoM PLITIO Of TH I B. &. O. RaiLSOAD TO
,t Mojioiioidela Rivm. It U with ur.
ielgned pleat urt that w hve it In our pow
rv says the DIUmor Patriot of the 10th,
"to announce to-day, the completion of the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to the Monon
gaUela river, t distance of one hundred and
twenty-four miles from Cumberland. . This
'great event took place on Saturday, the 5th
'lost. The progress of the track during the
month of May, we are Informed, has been
nost rapid, there having been twenty miles
.of road luid down during the. month. At
this rate we shall soon stand upon the banks
of the Ohio river.
Prom Fairmont to Nilcs Fork the gradu
ation U now ready for the rails, and from
this latter point to Wheeling, the work Is
Said to b s so much advanced as to leave no
doubt for the completion of the whole foad
the first of January next. .' Wo understand
that the Chief Engineer has made arrange-
mente for the delivery of a part of the iron
rails at Wheeling, so as to facilitate his depot
arrangements at that point, in anticipation
of the approach of the tracK.
It is also a subject for congratulation that
simultaneously with this gratifying an
nouncement, the revenue for the past month
of May, shows an aggregate increase on
both roads of within a fraction of $60,000,
over the corresponding month of last year
It is believed to be the largest month's rev
enue ever realized since the work has been
in operation. The revenue of the Main
Stem was $141,743:37, and of the Washing-
tan Branch $33,140:35."
Webstee Meeting at Bostor There
was an enthusiastic meeting of gentlemen
friendly to the nomination of Daniel Web'
ster for President, atCochituate Hall, in Bos
ton, on Wednesday evening. The , room
was crowded to its utmost capacity, and the
best spirit prevailed. The meeting was or
ganized by the choico of John P. Healy Esq.,
as Chairman, and Messrs. J. P. Whcclock,
Samuel C. Cobb and John Clark as secreta
ries. A committocof seventeen was appoin
ted to select the names of a delegation from
Boston, to consist of one thousand persons
to attend the Whig Convention in Baltimore,
OirDuring the last month there arrived
at the port of New York, 33,858 foreign pas
sengers, and averaging their value at $1000
.each, men, women and children, they give
Ais a clear guin of $43,858,000, which is con
siderable more than the whole product of
California In gold for a year. This isaprct
Sty good business for one month.
(Tue Chicago Price Current says:
"The eastern demand has almost drained
the country of beef cattle. Every four foot
ed animal in' the shape of a hog, is engrossed
in the same way; even 'fat hogs' and 'dead
hogs' arc said to go quick.' Sheep, lambs,
nd calves are also in demand. The first
lings and lastlings of every flock are thrown
into the shambles of the railroad."
Let it be Adopted. There is now on
foot a project, endorsed in the National In
telligencer by the Secretary of tho Wash
ington Monument Association, to provide a
tunable box at the polls on the election days
.cj" tho present year, to have inscribed upon
I "Washikgto Mokvwest Box;"
and immediately luulerneath, tho following
line appealing as it were to the heart of ev
" On Dime to the Memory of Washington."
, TjCrThe Baltimore correspondent of tho
Rational IntMigcncer says;
, Thus for tho Democrats of this city have
made no public demonstration or enthusiasm
In favor of their new candidates. They all
eay, in an evidently cold manner, that the
nominations suit them, and they believe the
ticket is a strong one. They argue thus be
causo of Mr. Polk's success in 1342. Dis
appointment, sad and sore, I assure you, lin
gers on every Democraticcountenance. They
feel as good and honest Whigs would feel, in
being tricked out of their favorite. The great
ratification meeting which was held in Mon
ument Square on Saturday night was really,
for the circumstances ana the occasion, conn
paratively a cold afluir. My impression is,
the Democrats will find this nomination to
work quite different from whatit did in 1843
The times have chanced. There arc more
factions to conciliate.
, The Whigs are in admirable spirits. I have
ljever seen a better feeling exhibited in the
party: . Every man seems determined to go
into the content heart and soul. We an
ticipate a most enthusiastic time during the
approaching Convention. The spirit of en
thusiasm will be kindled and spread from the
centra to toe circumicrenco oi me union
Virginia Legislative. The Virginia
Legislature of Virginia adjourned on Mon
day bight to meet again in November next.
During the session, bills were passed char
tcrinc independet banks at Fairfax, in Cul
pepper; at Parkersburg, in Wood; at Clarks
burg, at Rockbridge, in Lexington ; at Scotts
ville, in Albermarle. The minimum of the
capital of tho above is $50,000 for each
bank.. Also, banks have been chartered at
Fairmount and Fincastle, same minimum.
Independent banks, with a capital of $100,-
000, have beenhartered at Wythesville, in
Wythe, and at Hampton, in Elizabeth City.
The Central Bank at Staunton, chartered
last session, has its minimum capital rcduc
ed to $ 100,000. Intelligencer: "
By all which it appears again evident that
Locofocoisin in Virginia and in Ohio, are
different articles; that while in Virginia, a
Locofoco Legislature charters and encour
ages her Banks and business institutions, an
Ohio Locofoco Legislature does its utmost to
cramp.trammel, and ultimately destroy them.
We submit the question to sensible business
men, which party acts the part of true wis
dom. O. S. Journal.
The foreman of a Boston newspaper offlce
Iras heard to give the following orders to his
boys, which is but a fair sample of printer's
Jingo; . ; !
' John, put Lola Montez on the galley,
ind stick two daggers in the Bleeding Image
of Hungary. Setup Neal Dow,which was bro
ken down. Ab.you needn't finish Kossuth
to-day, but look out for piand Ben, whilo
I'm gone, distribute fie late storm, and
Gerebal WmriEin Scott was sixty-six
years old on Sunday, 13th inst.. He was
born In - Petersburg, Va., on on the . lth
of Junflj 1780. Daniel Webster is in his
Tl tt year .
tint 'Co. The " Portsmouth (Ohio)
Trbune says tome of the farmers of that vi
cinity, have been- compelled to plant their
eort the'eecond and third time. '
llll I I III II IS ! J II I rilMlllrtiWMAuiOl
New Foxms roi Deem ix Jsdiaiu. The
new form adopted In the revision for con
veyancing will strike evory . one for their
simplicity, conciseness acd practical utility.
Mr. Owen bat labored hard to tccure their
adoption, end It entitled to great credit . for
this reform. , ' ' '
' roRM Of WAltARTT DEED. ' '' ''
John Doe and Mary, his wlfo, of Madison
county, State of Indiana, convey, and war
rant to Richard Roe, tame county and State,
lot number nine, in the city of Indianapolis,
Tor the sum of one thousand dollars, this 15th
of May, 1853.
; JOHN DOE. teal.
. . MARY DOE seal.
County of Marlon,)
State of Indiana.
Before mo, John Smith, a justico of the
peace for laid county, thit 10th day of May,
looy, jonn voe ana mary uoe, acknowledg
ed the execution of the annexed deed. "
JOHN SMITH.J. P., seal.
rOBM or A QUIT CLAIM DEED.
John Doe and Mary, his wife, quit claim
to Richard Doc, lot number seven, in the
city of Indianopolis.for the sum of five hun
dred dollars, this 15th of May, 1851.
. JOHN DOE. seal.
MARY DOE. seal.
The acknowledgment as before.
FOKM OF MORTGAGE.
John Doe and Mary, his wife, mortgage
and warrant to Richard Roe, lot number
fourteenth the city oflndianapolis.to secure
there-payment of two hundred dollars, (or
to Secure the payment, at the time they be
come due, of two note of equal dates here
with, each for ohe hundred dollars, tho first
due in ono year from date, the second due
in two yean from date,) this 17th of May
JOHN DOE, seal.
MARY DOE, seal.
The acknowledgment as before.) .
dtT We should like to know what knowl
edge of western interests is possessed by ei
ther the Mexican uenerai rierce, or of
the old to2V politician from Alabama. Kinaf.
There Was so mo good reason why tho six
aeiegaies irom uuio lound it necessary to
enter their protest against the nomination,
they saw theintrestsofthe West abandoned
end could not concent to become a pariy to a
ui ux-aiiiery so apparent urn. Alias.
The fact that the six delegates from Ohio
to the Democratic Natioual J Convention
deemed it their duty to enter their protest a
gainst the nomination of Pierce and King is
an important one. It affords the strongest
evidence that the ticket cannot unite the De
mocracy of Ohio, and we presume that what
will create dissatisfaction among the Demo
crats of that great State must create dissatis
faction amonir the Democrats of a trood mahv
other States. There are Democrats who will
go unhesitut'gly for any p irtizan nomination,
but there are also Democrats who are proud
aud honest enough to exercise a sound discre
tion of their own. Lou. Jour.
StTThe editor of the New York Express
says bo has seen many sick chambers, but
never one more full of meaning end hope
than Mr. Clay's. The beautiful lines of Al
exander Pope, beginning '
"Vital spark of heavenly flame!
Quit Oh qut this mortal frame!
Trembling, hoping, lingering, flying,
O, the pain, the bliss of dying!
Cease fond nature, cease thy strife,
And let me languish into lite" .
present a true picture of Mr. Cloy.s state of
mindand surely in all this, to redolent of
hope in the future and so instructive in the
past, there is nothing which tho world will
not bo all the bettor for knowing. .', '
Westers Railroad Will They Pav!
The best answer to this question may be
given in the lollowing fact: The North-wes
tern Gazette states that the Galena and
Chicago Union Railroad company, have
declared a dividend of eight per cent., for
six months, ending April 22nd last, and have
a surplus ot 40,000. II tixtcen per cent, per
annum will not pay, we should like to know
what degree of profit will. . , , , '.,
03 A novel duel occurred last week at
EdJyvilk', Ky. Two young bloods of that
city, becoming offended at some imaginary
insult, a challenge was passed and accented
as both thought nothing but blood could wash
out the insult. The terms on which the
challengo wat accepted were these: That
they should meet at a doctor's office, and be
bled until one or the other should be satisfied.
They accordingly met, and the doctor open
ed a vein for them. They bled, until both be
coming extremely weak, and looking as
white as their own linen, pronounced them
selves sutisfiicd, and so ended the bloody af
air. Rather Icy. -A raw youth from Maine
strolled into an eating-saloon in Boston, the
other day, and being asked, as he gazed wist
fully at the tempting dishes served out to tho
Hungary leeders, what he would have, threw
down his hat and answered
"Pork and beans is about as good as any
thing; I'll take a peeping platefull I will
' Having devoured the moss with harpy-like
celerity, he rose, saying, 'Much oblccged,'
was about vamosing into the street.
"Here, friend," cried the landlord, "you
have furgotton to pay.',
"Pay!" said the youth, while his eyes pro
tuded with fish-like convexity, "didn't you
ask ma what I'd have! Gosh, all artichokes!
If that don't beat all tho notions I'vo seen
in Boston yet ask a fellow to dinner, and
then want pay for it."
Well, go along," said the landlord, to bu
sy to dispute about a ninepence "you are
a cool one."
"Why, yea.I em jest so, Squire," was the
reply; "you teo I've just put on my summer
A PoisokIko Case. Tho family of Mrs.
Irwin, eight In number, living near Lexing
ton, were poisoned on Monday. Physicians
were sent for, and the whole number are
now in a fair way of recovery.
Woe Advertisements. We would again call
the attention of the many readers of the Gaz
ette to the advertisement of Effi tiger, White
& Latta. That they have a large and com
plete stock of goods we fully believe, from
the fact that for tome days past, the quiet of
our sanctum has been disturbed by. the rat
tling of dray after dray load of Iron, as they
passed up the alley, to thoir Warehouse or
discharged loads of casks, boxes, dec, on the
It affords us pleasure to refer to our ad
vertising columns and the prosperity
of tho trade of our city. Lancaster holds
out inducements, this season, in tho way of
largo stocks and cheap bargains that cannot
fail to attract to our market, tho great share
of the county. ' ;
Pfew Advertisement. We would call the
reader's attention to the valuable Mills, and
Land, advertised in to-day's paper by Dr. G.
By !! I'iisl Una I'mkel.
CJPRINQ 4 ND SUMMER BONNETS. Juit recsiv.
b, ed. white colored lace and atraw Bonaeta. '
AUo Hlack ailk. Bonnet litbboaa. Blue Denlmi
and Palm leaf Hats, at .. - UENLtY'S.
Prints, GiBghams, Lawns and 8hawl"t
O FauporkxfquaJUy.oaa be fouisd in eadleaa variety
tt' . ... . JUUfUtri.
Arrival t tho IllJaola.' " ' '
Ntw Youc, June 1JM. The. Illinois
arrived, havinf left Attilnwall June 4th, and
brings dates from Ban Frmcieco to May 18tb
tnd Panama to June I. She brings $1,309,
000 ia gold on freight tnd $600,000 iq the
hands of ptstengert.ofwhom there are 600.
The Sierra Nevada tailed from Atpinwall
on the 3d, for New York, via Kingston, and
wat pasted on tho 7tb, offSt. Domingo. The
Illinois made the run home In 7 dayt and 6
hours, the quickest running time ever made.
The steamer Oregon had arrived at Pana
ma, from San Francisco, full of homeward
bound pstsengen. Also the steamer New
Orleans and clipper ship Reinducr, both
Little news from California. The account
previously received of a massacre, by 150
Indians, is fully confirmed iu ail its atrocity.
Another Indian expedition wat being fitted
out In San Francisco, on the plan of the fa
mous El Dorado County, the object of which
is to take the punishment of the Indians in
their own htndt. -
Sale of a Telegraph Line.
New York, June 7. The New York and
Buffalo O'Reilly Telegraph line wat told at
auction to-day for $39,000. The capital
stock was $170,000, of which $10Q,000 had
been paid up in cash
C&arlestoh, June 13. Col. Gronard and
Major Jones fought a duel on the 3d ihst, at
Fort Mellon, Florida, with Bowie knives.
Jones wat killed. Qronard turrendered.
Alexandria, June 14. The Age ttatet
that the cholera has broken out among the
negroes on Kenhawa river, proving very fatal,-
Boston, Juno 12. An escaped convict
named Mulloy was seen this afternoon on
Long Wharf, to jump in the water. He re
mained under the dock three hours,when he
was shot, wounded and retaken.
A Webster meeting was held at Lowell
Institude Hall, 2000 persons present. En
thusiasm very great. - Numerous speeches
were made, and the meeting separated with
three times nine fur Webster.
BAtTitioftE, June 15 The general im
pression is that Fillmore or Webster will be
the nominee.. There will l.e a great proces
sion to-night, to meet Pbiladelphians, New
Yorkers and Bostonians.
Baltimore, June 1610 A. M. The
City is thronged, and great excitement, three
Caurusea now in session. Fillmore cons'd-
ered out of the questbn. The contest be
tween Webster. Bcott Wcbsters' chance
considered most favorable, as he has friends
among both Scott and Fillmore men some
of Gen. Scotts' friends are sanguine, but
most of them are bent, on defeating Fillmore.
The friends of Webster and Fillmore
holding their meetings at Carrol Hall in sepa
Still Latch Tho Convention having
affected a temporary organization procoeded
to appoint a Committee of one from each
State, to select the permanent officers, also
committee on credentials.
- Mr. Sevier, of La., protested against an
organization having taken place- before 12
Tho Convention then confirmed the or
ganization after appointing tho committees
on credentials and officers from the several
States. Adjourned to meet at C o'clock.
Fire at New York.
New York, June 15. The tavern known
as Washington Head Quarters, between
Broadway and Pearl streets was burnt down.
It was full of boarders, many of whom jump
ed from the windows oue woman froip thrf
5th story, who has since died. It was fear
ed some perished in the flames. Loss $25,000.
A Terrible Fire. j
Wetumpka, Alabama, Juno 14. A terri-
fire occurred here on Saturday last. The
entire business portion, in the Eastern Turt
of town, burnt down. Loss $'400,000.
Pittsburcu, June 15.
River 7 feet 4 inchet falling. Weather
clear and warm.
Ci.EVEtARD. June 14.
The Forest City collapsed a iluo whon
about a mile cut. Three fireman killed.
Damage slight. She will be repaired in
throe dayt. The Alabama took her passen
gers. - . .
Viiiitattle ill IU it ! l.itutl-
IlnU. SKt.LAT PRIVATE SALE, t very
valuahl., Grikt H lid Shu- Mill, al'.uale on Clnar-
rruok, I1 airfield county. Tbe mill haa two pail- r'rench
Bu ra and one country atunv, with all neceaiary m
chinnrv lor maoufaclurini; merrhatit work. The
nowr la a itrnit overshot, and thia aite aftnrda water
tho whole year. The loratiou ia in a rich wheat coun
try, and o ly five nillea front the Cincinnati and I.an-
caat"r railroad, now rapidly constructing. 1 he Saw
Millh in n"oJ cutting ordtr and in a timhprod coun
try. Attached In the mills are one hundred and for.
ty-soven and a half acn ol excelleut land. To au
piuVrprihing mail thin property will vield a f.nd pro
fit on hia investment and attention. No better invent
mjnt can be mti:, a I am d itjrininoj to soil thit
property at a mmt reduced ) rice and on good terma.
I will alio anil the following tracta ol Land, adjoin
int; tun mill tract, either aeparate or entire: Tux)
Forty Acre JaU, one Tvxnty-8ix and one Kighty
Arrt hint. On thow Uttt It a gnat deal of timber,
and the Eighty Aire Lot hat afi"C clrarii g. Those
who deaire uch property are invited to go and lee it,
and apply for terms at the mill, or to mo in Lancaster.
Titl-aahall be clear of all incumbrances. Applica
tions must be made be lord the first d.v of Augut next.
June 10, IHfi-2 lafi O. W."1!(EIInT1.KI.
The most extraordinary diacovery luthe World ia the
ureal Araoian Komcay lor Man and neaat.
II. O. Ftrrell'l Cdlebrt'.ed Arabian Liniment
The beautiful and fertile region skirting tlie desert
ol Arabia, abounds wun ra e plants and octo.ons
hoous, wnonci-are procured uio e arotnstic gums anu
bal.ama of which thia Llnimrnt. is compoHed, and by
whose stimulating, unctuous and penetratint proper
ties it is, when applied, dilfuaed through the whole
nervouasystein, allaying tho most inb use pain in t
few minutes. Try it. whnn vou will ks convinced
t ut no preparation posiease In an high a degree, it,
perfect anodyne qualiliua Its action is prompt and
enVctive. It'penetratea the flesh to the bone, rolsxoa
contracted cords.restoring use to limbs paralysed for
year, and where the Head hut waited awiy. leav
ing imthlng b t akin and bone, excites a healthy lo
tion, causing new lleah to grow out and fill up the
shrivelled parts. It restores the ivnoval fluid or joint
water, and thia li tho reason why'it hsi been an suc
cessful in diseases of tho joints. In alfectinns of the
Spine, l.iver, l.ungs and kidneys, this great remedy
stands before anv other ever produced. For the ague
cake or enlargement of tho spleen, it is a specific. For
any internal inflammation, yon will find it givet great
rnfoif. It has no equal in tlie world for Rheumatism
also, era i pi, swelling, numbness, weak joints, spine
and cheat, painl.wouud.. chilblaini.burns. sore throat,
bites of insects an l reptiles salt rheum, w.rte, corns,
mange, and indeed nearly all diseases which require
an external a- plication, and many othera. ari great
ly benefited by it. It is tiled externallv with meat
surreal In goitre, or swelled neck, acrofula or King's
Evil, Liver complaint, nervous diseases, etc. For
Horses an I cattle, it Is aa aliectual as in diseasei o(
man. Will cure anv case of aweermv In existence;
also, apavin, splliit, ringbone, bit head, fistula, farcy,
pull ovil, windgalls, atraina.bruiaes, olc.
Look oat for Counterftitt! - :
The public are ciutloned against another counter
feit, which has Lti'lv made iti appearance, calbd
W R. Karrell's Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous
of all the coun rfi's, becsusa hia having the name
of Fairell, many will buy It In good laith, without
the knowledge that a counterfoil existl, and the y will
perhaps onlv discover their error when the spurious
mixturo haa wrought ita evil ctlecU.
The genuine arlicl is manulactured only by II. O.
Farrell, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale
druggl't.No. 17, Main street Peoria. Illinois, to whom
all applications lor Agencies must be adt roused. Be
sure you got It with th letter! H.O. before Karrell's,
thua- HO. Ra hill's -snd hit signature on the
rpper, all othera ara coiinterfelti.
Bold by U. KAUr r ia si uncaaier.
and by regularly authorized agenta throughout tha
United Statoa. Pricei and 60 cents, and 1 1 bottle
A'.LNTH WANTtD in every town, village and
hamlet la tha United Slates, in which one la not at.
ready established. Address JL O. Fsrrell aa above,
fv:cvmpaniaxl wlta lood reJereawe to character,
cosamciix . nmeiLiGiscz.
Cleveurd, June 14 Receipts string
last week for wheat exceed any wtek of the
seatoa, and tile were actirt and large, a
mounting to about 165,000 but at priors for
white northern at 79 to 81; northern 7JJ to
75; southern 72 to 72. Corn, receipts con
tinue light and markut dull with but few
tales as 43 to 43. Flour, tales were a little
more actire,yetgood straight brands brought
only 8,44 to 3,50, while good country brands
soui at a 1 10 3.42.
Wheat Sales Saturday afternoon, J500
bn white 80; f200 bu northern afloat 74:
2000 bu northern store 74; 20lK)bu northern
afloat 72. 8 a let to-day amount to about
8000 Lu at 731
Corn Market a little better, goodyollow
tellt at 43c; 200 1 bu afloat 43.
Oats Are moro plenty and dull at 33 to
Flour Receipts large, and sales dull, 634
Girard Mills 30;300 ttralght brand 3,4 1,500
Pork Market remained dull but prices
steady during the week at 17 to 17,30 mess;
10 tu 14,30 prime. This mommy market
more firm fur mess, and wo qUoto 17,50 to
Bacon Considerable enquiry, and sugar
cured hams are held at 10 to 10 J: shoulder
Lard Not much in market S to 9.
Butter Market well supplied and good
fresh butter tells at 12 to 13. .
Live Hogs 120 corn fed 4 CO; live hogs
3,37 to 3,50.
CiRcisRATi.June 15 p. m. River risen
2 feet since last evening. Weather warm.
Flour firm 400 bbls sold at 83,25. Whis
key 164;. Nothing done in provisions. Ba
con tides held at J. Mess pork at $18.
Baltimore, June 15. Sales of 800 bbls
Howard street Flour at 84,181: 200 barrels
choicest $4,25. Receipts of grain very
ii(!ni; sates oi rea Wheat at 1 to I,02, and
white at 1)3 to 81,05; tales of white Corn
at 57 to 38c; yellow 61 to C2c. Oatt38to
40c. Whiskey 21 to 2 lj.
Kew York market.
New YottK, June 13 p. m.
Markets. Sales of 1000 bales of Cotton
unsettled middling: Orleans 9J9; Uplands,
middling; 9. Sales of 14,000 bbls.
Flour State at 84, 12 04 25. 2000
bushels of Genesee Wheat sold at 81,11.
30,000 bushels of Corn, sold at 61 63c;,
white 62c. 700 bbls, Pork. Mess, sold at $18,
25; Primes 16, SI. 200 bbls. tleef, full pri
ces. 400 bbls. Lard. 9 10$. COO hhds.
Muscavado Sugar, 4j(i?5. COO bagt Coffee,
Rio, 9. 301)0 gal.ons Linseed Oil, 62. 100
tierces Rice 84, 183. Ohio Whibky, 20
ticw Orlcana market.
New OttLEAXJ.Juno 14.
Sales of 100 bales of Cotton. Steamer's
news had depresains; effect on the market.
Prices unsteady. Pork 818, 25S8l8,50pcr
tri'lXIliU, V IHTB & LATTA,
4 I1K now melvinf by canal and railroad KKI Tons
1. of Hardware Our slock i, tlie l,r.t we have
ever bought. And as it has been purchased almost
entirely for cash Irom manufacturer and IniHjrtei-a,
weluve it in uur power li otTur Hardware at lower
Lriica than e er holnre. Our tacilitiri for hu u . and
our Itrje trad kiccs us superior advantsgua over
any oincr u.iwh.miiori.
, 1HI1VKST TOOLS.
Nowopenlaz a! the ain nl'tho pi!-)oV and mill-saw.
75 do. e.i n ildronV Darling's, B.acl: Sr.aie and
oth"r I'attHrns Giass Scythm.
4'l do J'ariinti'a, intuati'. & VVaUvons com scytlic-r
0 do Vi'clfoM s andothar m&Utf lrain cradle
III llrmi Indi.n fond scythe slones and lUlos
'Ml do Millet ' and ltii niriicls
Wi do hay r'orlts Ml Jo Rilies, atuol UlaJe hoes;
llamas, True itiaiiij. etc. etc.
r'arniora will find it tu t'oir interest not tn ma'.
their put-chdbvs before calling and louMhii through
our stock. KKKINfit.lt, WUITt it LAT'i A.
iJtuta.ur. Junj 11, Vi-'yi.
Will find at the Crt.it llardwart Store, all kinds
of niKchanii al tMi, suited lo every Uiim abi ino.l
Will find Hun DarrcU Oun Lo.-ks tnd Moui.line.
0'in rius, n'p.jlti, shout bra.j, U.-rmun ailvor aud
KOltCAURlAtiK AND RUGfiY Ht'lLDKIM.
We have col d P.iinssli, Incna, fring", pitfnt leath
er, lap'J ard Ln.mi'd leather. plii.h.cia.Li,urii. bandi,
stump join's, plated cutu and rivetta, cuiuiu fi'aincs,
springs ai d satis-
Will always find in ourwaro l,ou thelirg?t stock
and btst quality ol iron, English anl American biia
tec, Ouiuili cast and shear atoul.
. 10U SliuKMAKKUS,
We liavo Md.as and Tamptco Morocco akina. .ad
and pink lineings, biniings, boot wubb, shod laces
aLd .hoo thi'iiau.
A groat variety nf Jap'd, bras and plated mountin;
saddle trees, cusinl'd leather, hog alias, pad akin.,
atags traces, (siting and webbing.
tv'ill find the best g!ue, min-rsl anl nuhogany
knob., veneara.till Locks, castors, etc. . -
W keep 1 C and I X Tin v!te. ahoct Conner, tin'd
copper, shott Zink, ahoet Iron and tivota.
All know that we always eep on hand the largest
stock and best quality of Nails. Locks, Utchoi, win
dow aash, butts and hinges, white lean and oil.
Our stock is complut and we are determined to
make it to th i iutornst of tiie great majority of me
chanic to purchase from us.
FKFIXflKlt. WHITE Si LATTA.
Lancaster, Junt 11, lrt6J.
H'illow itud Woodan Ware.
4Dox. Willow Wajjona and cradlei; 8dorlotbes and
market baskets. A large lot of cedar churns, tubs.
buckets and half bushela, wasa-boards. butler prints,
etc. For aalo cheap, by
KKH.NfilCR. WHITE it LATTA.
Lancaster. Juue 11, 1S61.
li'tt.!i lai:Ki't lioill Litucastt'l'
l Coin in bit.
THE HEW ARD I EXCatltEItT
CAPTAIN n PRITCI1ARD, will leave Un sator
every Sunday. Tueailay and ThursilaveveninjS.
at 4 o'clock V. .M , and arrive at Columbus, in time to
take thu Cincinnati or Cleveland train of cars. Fare
1 1,25. The l.aura.'.tur is a splenJid boat, fitted up ex
pressly for this line with a viovr to tho comfort and
accommodation ot passeng?ra.
Merchants and others having goods to forward either
way, can be accommodated on ruasnnsble terms.
JT-Kor paasagc, appl y ou board to tha Captain.
June 4, lB5i U11S
JGA RAGHTY, at the sign of the Ooldkm Watch,
t most respectfully informs the citizens of Lancas
ter and the public gpn'-rallv, that he has opened, 3
a nrs cast oi uie it truing vauey nnl in ine imilU'
ing occupied by J. Frank, aa a clothing store, a
l eto'i-Mnkar aasd Jaw.lrf Balablt.limrnl.
aud ia not only at all times prepared to repair
M.ATCUI.H AND JEWEI.UY,
on tne shortest notice, but has alao a fine let of new
Watchei, tlocka. Jewelry, Fine Porks! Knives. Port
monnaia and many other notions on hand, which he ia
willingto dispose of af tow prieu aaany otboraa
tabliatimont eat of the mountains.
My motto is smalt profits and quick sales, as my
name ia "neither Abraham, Itaacnor Jacob," anil
everr article 1 soil, I shall wat rant. -
Thiiaa wanting a fine Clock or Watch art requested
to call before purchasing elaswhore, and ( am sura
that you will uot leave dissatisfied. '
XUay 19. GIOI JA.UL3 UA1VAUI11 I. .
NOTICE la hereby given to John Wesley Cilmore,
Tluimaaniimorn. James (iilmoro. William Hen
ry Oilmore. David W. (iillmore.Anna MeCollum and
John McC'ollum.non reiidonts ol Oliio, that Mary Ann
lines, Widow ef Daniel Line , deceased has filed bar
petition for dower against them and others, In the
court ol common pfoas of Fairfield county. Ohio,
praying to have dower assigned to her in tha South
eaal Quarter of Section No. 18. inTownalun No. 16.
of Range Na. 19, in said county. Slid Defendants are
therefore notified tr appear in aaid court at the next
term thereof, to be holilen on the 4th day of October,
1H6-1, and answer aaid petition or the asme will ba
taken uconleased by ttienj. -
H H. MUriia.B,cuor a"t(or.
l"'"7.TZ I"rr,s.Dr 1. 1, MUKiHTb.V
tLPalS. Tk TVw 0.tM FwW.w iiutrtt Juir.,
ffniftom ftt.fN.T.arUi mu.Tw rmntcm
'r"'. W Jrw,in M hn !4UM;,rh.
rt VrA,Uirtl ttwaLc, kr 1 8. )oc,mt.k, M.
W.-Phili-WM,. Tll Ittntly s woKlirfulroaifMlT lor
Ifioo, l)v.-rils, Udif, lit rompliiat.
"""J'if'H" Uj6.lilT. euriiii ft-r fUmf wm
MhnA.,V HMn-'.nl,.nt. l- Glre Juln.
I"" - "'Ual 'wiil U.hm of it. ..Im,
Aaa w Mar'niaS,!. frftm dim to
iah tv.. . tmmnny hittt .p, 9i
Urn Mr .rp.riiu-j. wUl mU, tutm y.
, houU kr. Urn nrdk rat miUttn, uj Urn,.
Csll tt OMrd-p, m 9t dm of Mr Aionu, tk4 got
pMphUf, (ratis. whre yoa will UifmcW
ftrUIH tht cm tw talntutUltd by Ihouuob M liv-
lug wirnMM It this cy tad country, br. Cm th
Wttcl ItrMptrilli. u praptrtdbr Dr. . D. MOV. K,
au Mt ta oMsas of parmtnmUy curinr ura du-
mwi to which rha humit f.mily trcniiwUy Mb-
Ject, thM uiy staff sropmtioa of fernpuill v.i
yi bnwfht MforvCbt public. Sm AJnirtuut.
HocelpU for (he Ctueti.
David Rank f3,00 Col. Johr.t n $1,75
Jamet McCleeryS.OO Dr. E. L. Miner 1.00
John Brandt 3,60 J, .. Mc! rmilh 1,50
RabtMcFarlandl,75 Ceo. F. IKmlin 2,00
William Cruit $1,63.
Col. J. Johnson; Joseph Yoler; Henry
Wolf; Isaac Pugh; Sumucl Welsheimer.
Eftate of Harf aret D. Creed.
NOTICE l hctf.v (ivm. ISii ,1 u'Tilxr bu
bwn ippoinifd od qu. lifted AUii4lUalor
of Ui Lfste of M,nn l. Cacrn. acaad,
ltof Klifi,l l count v, Ol.lo. Datul at Laocaat:r,
tbii lClh Jay of Jux, A. P. Ini).
JubiIu-4U JUS U. ML'MaCOH Xi'tot.
AdmiBtstrntor Sale of Lands.
BY virtu of an order of tali. In ra dire- ted from
IM couitol pro',ato for rairSi.Li rouiAy, 1 wiU
otfar at public endue and outcry, brloro t.'ie court
home dooc of aid county, on Saturday thJ:th o.
of July liex'. about t hiur ol 1 o'clock V. M of .aid
day. Ilia luida of whii h Tnotsat Fricber died auued,
to wit: the auutb fact quart, r or aertiva No. .'1. Iowa-
amp 14, ratine 19. aulject, however, to tne rial.t of
ionvt heretofore -unJ to l.ii widow, itKl utx.ii ih
I . ",S' 'v.w". "' u "" on u.iru
n One and the residue in 1 vara with iU.ru j uu iba
d-fcrrtd psyment, from the dav of sale.
itS t'ie will aunxod of Thomas 1 ticker uVe.
lune l?ih IWtl. .M r,rn
JOHNSON & CO'S
Greet Coiaaollilet.a I-ifj. airlau. Dreaaiatle,
lllyutplo auU lll.trlnnlc KslMbll-hmcnl.
Organued and peiftctnd for the ensuing aeaaon. Under
title ot till
WITH a double troupe nf porfurmere. nulo and
female, aolnctcd from the cream of the Furrp.
an st American Amphitheatres; an unrivaled aluii ol
Superior in blood, b auty and trslrtin? to those of any
omer esiajusriioens now eaianT; a wnoirf jauuiy oi
OI.MIM-rlVK THICK POX IKS.
Whose aponire gaiuboli. various dsncea and extraor
dinary pt;rlnrrisnces, exhibit alinoit auperhuoain aa
gaciryi and a full complement of Drsmstiits Canto
miialits and FquerrUa.will exhibit at 5! &7J P. .M.,ai
Lnncnster, Friday, June If), IHi,
Cirrleville, Thun lay June 17; Som:rtrt,Juat 19.
Producing upon each reprei-nration a succession of
Kqiios'rian, AcroVitic. Dronatic anl Pantooiiuiic
'chi-f d'.euvrns." iiurlsrdd with divertinr Coine-
diuaa, aud iirarjl Xaiionol Spei tttcts, witb an eo
'ire change r.f rroram.oe a1 each performance, and
In which the whnie arriifrth of the varioua depaxl
umou will b btcnht into rquiaiu.
Who compose this novel and eigantic Troupe Ire ef
world wide celebrity, riroii.iua.Jt arooiiithe loDoniij?
.Ma in mk CaovTKa Tut KmtrieanrPrlmatJon
na. and Utloi ly first Lady ridr at Kranconi's Paris.
T. N.vtLLK, ihe Tounr. Phenomenon, and greatest
i - "
l ica an'j inor utiai riu.fr iu Ain"rira.
V. 11. fcrotJT, the great classic HfiraAman Lacker
of many atoeds. and first teacher oflsthnuit emit."
W. ArMan.the Antinous of tho cirir. d.,tiue
qnestrisn, and living modul of 'hn Appjth JlilciJere.
W. Uociirnpn, the tineimsled Oymnist, exqaiaitu
rldf-r, and douhlt tonerit Chnmf inn,
O S,:orKT, thr. prtttest living Protean aud
G. IVkbah, founder of tht VisnnUn school of loot
llcxn I. re, tlie modern Ssmpaon. and prototype of
J. Fishkr. the extraordinary cnntnrticnist, anl ex
qui ite perrormr.'r on tl.o conio vnlanle.
A. Levi, the ;ruat pastoral tiisr au psntom'unl.L
" Till-: l'.OY HF.ROLS,
Matters Hkt and Aroirtnc, th youthlut djlinca-
tors of the hih school of art.
Messrs. liiXEH.C-iRiir, MumiuoKt.Ocmcaii.ic.
TWO STAR CLOW.NS.
M-aara. Jt mnxa and Eaowrn, each famous for
originality, wit and Bumor.
A DRILLIAXT HllASj UAXO.
""'"atinely pronounced thefirit and m r accord.
t P"T,a ? A"""' 1M tar gen buglor o: the
11. K. GAUL.
And a general outfit ot appointments, decorations
and paraphernalia, wnich. either as aegirds taiite ikill,
ur lavish expou.e, can DFY THE WORLD!
Equestrian ni'ri-MaltraduChcval," W. II. Stout
Master of tha Arena O Dun'iar.
Manager OR. Johnson.
Agent U. L. Fatou.
Aitotl.alou, ti Cuiita ouly-No llilf-P, Ire.
May 31. tdllo
Sale of the Znuesrllle and Mnytnlle
PURSDAXT to a decree of the court of common
fl-'s of Muskingum county, in the eaao of Amns
Hnnton ts. the Zaneaville and Mayiville Turnpike
Road company at the April Term. A. D. IS61 thereof
And by virtue of an ord r of asla therein to me di
reeled, by satJ court, I will on
Frlilaj- the 1 Till dr of rplembar, I Hit,
b-tween the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock
P. M. of aaid day. before the door of the court-house.
In the city of Ch'il licothe, offer for sale to the hicliMst
bidder tHerofor, the Zanesville and Mavsville Turu
niko Road, and all the property franchises tnd privi
leges belonging lo thossid Rod conrpsny.
Such sale will be conducted in 'II reifecti, In con
formity to the provisions of tho Act of the General
Assemhly of the Sta of Ohio, entitlod "An Art for
theaale of tho Zanesvillo and Mavsville Turnpike
and to provide for the payment of its debts," msstd
March 211th, A. D. 161. A. UAsi'KTT, Jlertittr,
fa the cane of Ami it lUntonm tht Zinmiilt a, id
Niyavilit Turnpike Roa'l cooipa-.y.
Lancaster, Juuo 1. H&i. 6td.
Notice lo Creditors.
AGREEABLY to the prnvl.ioni tiia of "Act" above
mentioned, the creditors of the said Road com
pany are hereby notified to present torir claims to
tha underlined within tlx month! titer the Septem
ber Term of the rout t of common pleas of Muikingum
county next eniuing. Ind, lauit tlo reol. all such debts
or demands will bo forever excluded from ptynieot
out of the proceeda of tlie lain ol said Rra.
- - A. liASSLl'I, Heceittr.
Lancaster, June 1. 18' 3 ti
ID-Gazette. Zsn svllle-. Post, Romerayt; Herald,
rirclevillei OWtte, Cliillicothej Intelligencer, West
Unioni agle, Mavsville; publish till day, charge ad
vertiser aud lend copy ot paper lo this otf.ee.
C.oths, Cnssimerea and Vostting,
CRAVATS. Collara. Handkercliitfi, Hose and hall
UoM, ready for inspection at UBSLK TS.
Koxsuth and Magyar lints,
STRAW, Palm and Loghorn, beautiful aaaortment,
latest at jks, at . UEtLUT.
N EWTON SCHLF.ICII, has removed his Uw
OlDce to tlie roont occuDied bv R. P. Kfflnier E. .
aiijoining Mayor Creod'i otlice, in iha Tallinadge
Spring with its SnnShtue is Here.
RD those Ladies wishing an article protertirg
. 'ham front lu rays, will find choice atvls of Psr
laat : JfA'.vXaVrS.
Stern Old Winter has Departed.
YOY are respectfully solicited to call and examine
tht beauUful and varied saaortment ofgopda
jyOTK X la b-rbT gir.a USet tht nbacribtn bar
fltaaofWHITtJr. aodiUUtS. k. tt.Y.L J
Uef a reoeral aton aaJ en4c bu mi, .
TMI.vtij I. W!U;,J,.
AAO W.JC.UN -Mar
13, tl . . . JwdtOI
T1IE SKW Finn.
' rl 0tT.lI Wh.tk. I!,. .
aow prtptri to nlT t, tlio myu ,k. .u
rtind.frrttnorLM orihiKwiailM-i i. ..
aummuM lain, a vwy ujhor uwtmnot of
inH fhtlr miatr. W init'lw o-iLU t oil i,j
nmu. tVH.TlL it. k Jt'l.lAK
Lwcutar, May 13. 195.
CRAXD, SUBLIME A.XD HOVEL
major curVt.i, ,a
ane.aa V. Lib!, u.n ' I
u?'f''lui'mt'kt wU1 eooU of rhj CranJ Sj.ee
E tlloon Aecenaion br Mr. Job. wi.
The t lebrated and Pern,
TC ,i " i- vaxa
Ji.I.ri.i r . v ; '' ,
I SO.OaO rt' Irl lit ii tfjnr
f HUE OHIO II iftVIOXIST. ?tnt Sot.. Jei.-l. i
rZ .Iy,'JH 1ri rS-br a... ctions of'
Church ind Saclrcd Music evtr rnHi'd-poaM
iui;msny treat advantagea lo the l.atner, over
every other Eook eunt '
The Trsd, Agm. and T.-hera. s,i.!ied on eojd
Urn,, Pauliahn I and fie- ni by J 1L KILL" V eV Co
Columinv Jun2, IVU i
i ALL fAI'Klt.
rr.-mb, Kew Vo.-k ai.J Palljlph.s '
Also, alarge'ssroraierit of r,old ve'Vit awl coci-
borders window pa p r,S: screens, etc. I
vVeharen.ades..Taaiuent wiiatheijrc man
urarturera.br whkn mtf . ,-:.n .:;
, vu- n. ,o.,rn, at iw apoesr, atu wuich we ale
j enatilud to sell at-ea.i-ru prirus.
t.olu.0us June?. JJI. RILEY 4 CO.
yew Bks! Mt.w UnkT
ST. JOHN'S GKOl (X:v: ;.I. a w, Miiratlona
la:nm: Clove Nook, by Alice Carcji
Kmfth'. V......I II:.. 'r
" - - i ..i.'.try (., ,,i,n.
t argot of ocb tiilu. bv Sir V.
Porcery sod Mtjic, by W'rigM;
. ,ww. .urn., oy nayarj raylon
The Old ;uard. bv Headly;
lroaiBoi Ufu, b If Varvel;
Nichols' Po-m, n ir e Wri;
Kpisod jaof Imect f.'f-. 3 v,dr.
For alatt t'wn-,w )-, aton. J.'h RILEY CO
.V B---A11 m,pa.-tiat m ooj.-, ricit-ed as ata
publiahed. Colu ubu-, June 3
THE HJSTOBY OK P.if.ETf VE-Fr. the P.. ,
trurchal aee lo uu. oie.nt ti.t.. ;.....i - I
tOrV chaDt'iTS Oil .'hi .i.r... ... i I ..:.- '. 1
- v" im in .i.iur'oni v. U.i llal i"u-
niilcfratfwl Ink. L ;.. . r, '
liliHtrated br John kilt. U n
Ju.t received at tneucr bo'.k atom.
f'olumli.. J'in 3 j. lilf.r'va r-.-)
GOLUPtNS-A nw supply cfU.o bl o-jlttv.
for sale at kin Uwi; tor.-. '
J""83 J. H. MLEV i CO.
"ptPiEKMACIIE.-TJ,lea, cabinet ..Folio .Je.r.l
1 Boxhs, Cidcar c:-, writing ira. e;c: fjr salt
at vry lo prices, at tiw n?w b.xik store.
lMe , J-11. ItlLLT CO.
WIDOWSilAriE&Agood stock of aewand
iteiirabla ixtterna. for selachn.. nHi..,.
oasatfs au a to 3rtr an a: e, ta'tern
J. 11. LILLY ic CO.
Ks-w Konl.v! eXit ItuoUa.
t KMOtns of Market FflerO soli;Cncle Tom's1
Cel iu, or, Lilo amoug ii Loa iy-1 y Harriet '
Beechrr S-oire: 1 ' " ,
Jnde 1 :a;lihurt'i YartVer. rtori-l, il'o t:ted:
Miss Fullw'a Fresh ! rmalrru;i a-i'a f.oo.;
Taiaa and 1'rauitior.s of I! mjtir,' r.y T. Tulakey:
I: a Pilgriuiaj bv C.R,!;iCntKsjltfj
Thaclierjy's Ytl!owplu,h P.eri;
Kuavs ft oni the LocJon Tianea;
Paris tiSandfth Pu'nsD.'s 8 -mi-MoaiUr.
Just reveired at tha Hew Doolt Storn
Colnmitii, Jiina 3. ;. (. RILKY t CO.
' rtiier and A rent.
'-'.fromthi ii..ri. rol aap.aaidid
rerv :oer rertri.itnt u....'f. , . !.!..
1J30KET BflOk-S.-W.'.lM., f.rd cues and Porte ! w
M. Mrnateacvery Lud and size, f-r sale ai tha : !;.
NwlMNinif t J. 1L F.iLLY k CO. i' '
Pier and MiaM Olaaaea
I.AR.jL sixe.d Mirrots of the fi-.eat quali'v nf 1
Frerch Plate, ticbly fitted up jn-t r":evnd'a::d ,
offered for sale at low prices, at th n.r !-tok more I
J. IL UI..LY Cu.
t po COt'N'TY Ofvl' 6ns -F.v-rv dew.ipti,m o!
H'ankBooXa on hand snd msl, t t ord.r war- i
B-okiore. J. II. V.lLtY a Co. I
BOOKS. Iraco's Hungry in 1631. with . Up of June n?xt wi",e-i'. ! ':,o: paid Lv tjut
1 1 an Experiencom thi Austrian PoI,';c l v Charles . tim. cow wtil positively ba ail'ji as m 1'ir.her in
L. Drace. Tae hnuehold ot Sir Thorasa Mora hy duii--i.ee caa bt s l'.r t. ACF..
Margaret Mora The bo-K of Baluula bv B..n Uaut
ter, new edition. Lavs ol' th" Snrtiih chevilliera
oy n m. a. Ayaun. aiiiur ot u jciwood'a .Uafaine.
Just received at tiut -No.r Book Slur..
June 4 l.'J HILLY an J co.'
TIOILSE Saoo Kublnsou A T'.i of tie Tor.
Ascenoancv i.y jyau v. a.eni.cJ". adtnor ol i
-owailow nar ntiatdtnltfii.. - ,
Lec'uroa on the Pmgrasa of tivUaLun and Coirt-,
mcnt by I .bn c. Lord. IV I). ' - i
Madilrtnet A TjL of Aitvarrn- bv Julia Fa- I
vansgh. Jrtrtt bewailed by bar.n K. St-yino-.e,
Jut roctived at tho n.w L:.-, ar .i .
J ii i,o 4 J 11. hii.KV.tCO
' ItllE undo aign"d has j'ist r.n e wi a Sr.- lot a.f
L Extra New Vm's Golden Svrus for the ci'v
trade. Csll and trv it, "e'OKS LYtX. '
Lancaster, May 31. cllli.
pl?S3ip'.piJ B.iSsS V-ifS- a. ' !
friHE energy with which thia enat work :s be'ns
X rushed forward, is euusll d unlvfwtli inDor 1
tance of lt but In oiilertlut t' exa mav t.o no
tiedimenl in its presets, it . tll-imrort io' t' a' I jna'a
be supplied to pay tut lasorrrs. '''tnv ot the itnr--boldiwsinoU
f airneldhaven'itpai.i'asinKle inatal
meut upon ihoir slotk. and thev ar j e-trnwlv r.-
quoated to como to the rcscttcaud fui..ish Die neod-1
Tna nrat lmUlmnt o' M per cent, was due Janu
.... i I .. l . i: . i.. . ... ...
HAIL ROAD NOTICE.
jTOTICE ia hereby given, to the Stockhrd W ol
il tint C.ncini.afi. Wtlminjjton tad anvat ilia Ril
Road Company, that an nstalmnnt of tn por ccn'..,
upon atch sharo of the Capital Stock of .aid entnitiii y.
ia reijuinHt woepaut to ine unaor.ignec, iTearurt
thereof, at hia office in lAiieai'er, or or before the
M'lSl IMi U JIAKi ll NK.1T, aod a like instsl-
mem ot sen par cen-. every lixry days tltcrttfitur uu-
til tha wboto amount is raid ud.
Oy ordor of the. Board nf Directors.
Cincinnati, W. ft ftttnuvlll Biilrosd Comp.ay
Nora.!. Interest will be alloived on ail aiibacnp
tlons nf stock. Itom the tiiu paUin, until tha road
la openndandln oporat'ou. (,
And for tlie roiivenicn.-e of sulisciioert,. Jour, L.
Fjiakxlin, Esq., ot CirclsvtiK has boun app.iinte.1
toroceivainstalroents from aubacrucra rcsiuiug iu
PicWwav County. ,..,.
Danixl McLbaic, Fq .of V ashlngton, for those
rosidingiFayflo,eodty, sod "
UawKKiact FrrzHvaic; Lq.. of Wilmington, from
those residing in Clinton count v.
;. ... Joel. n.aur.oALH.n. ir 'ssurer,
Cincinnati, W. it Zmesvilie Railroad como.-.'iv.
- Fobruarr 9. JW3 - ' 13'
INLAND MARINE 4 MREI.SLH V.VC E,
By the Protection Ini.urauce Company
OF HARTFOHD, CONiNECTICCT.
Pollclea Issued at Satea of Premium aa low ai thoia
of any other nuponeiblt eompanv, bv
. WILLIAM P. CREED, Jigt Pro. In: Co., .
Junt I. - for Lancaster M Fairfield retiaUy
that part of the road now unicr cunt act,' ia ( bo com- S,'ni r" 'V Fiel.iin4.'an1 s? in ,t,c-iat. etUuent ol
Dlutau . : ail cliirtu t e.i..'iv a.i!ici:eJ.
rvraonrf JOT' rt.rH7Tri ' T.,vVJ.i.ieks wUlh,Tift ! 'jecjcdjctodSythonn-
Mivu i3tQ" EALCaALCII, areas. 4 j n.4 ,vh ro, ,iu.,v aolicitt. a con im of
May.U, IO.J. ; , . tlwrWoniLie of t-ie public. H- S It-Luliii:,
wit! I, II du SeDl. I. IH a.lha.rv d.v ,r-- a . ..I,
Aa OrAiaatcrd " '
Levy h) Tt rlty iUTaa tat U year WEI
and e. u.ny p.irp,.ie, wli-im J iii,
J ret i. V-ataTatof !.tntja HaiMim5
' tiwdjilwef r.i:atinit, 1, loj Jii . U Ueeekr
' ' i.J l on all nro; my oi : -t h, ta.v; t .1
aHlroi:irv BUrj" , wi'S: llin ine'ireIWieitmllaof
toe city of l .n uiter. fr thf apitci il filtaauf U.
.itt'ilitir cr), Bt in I brei's a t.t taiii l ;. ,
laMj'.all,l.l-.t. WSf f - CRJulIO, Jfj ire.
AtUatioim B. Ui.0.tiljiclrk. . Juui B
Aa Ordinance, '
(ivy jig Tasei for fcbool suroe mm fai tht fty of
. Laauttr ftr Lit . yar 9tvj.
SKr. let lie It oriainti la f C(.V Cmnett
Ucnttr. That a ip-jcll Tat rf Three Tbooaaa4
I r ire Hundred iteUan br, an I tho aa rot is bery
! Iivied ufon all KroilVtul wrtl,, unat'on fnt r'tata
I and tmnity purpoa, witiiiti tSs inenryor!.! limita at
J tiu city ij Lanraer. H- I'.e ejrjxe defiyn tit
epnn,aof luitUja ui Th HuMii- Si hcola ia said city '
lot iMOcurreu yer turnant htl Act piiwi by.
tn i l.erliature of Ol.'i-. Ket ruy 1!, l'-8 lor tho
unptwt ati be(t r reguUtioa nf rurlinnH aVhocli ua
the ci' y ol Uiuaiurr. Prd luef 1 1 . losi.
Att.t Jon B Rug 1 ,,-r jl cif r If. i u lie 1 1
Irtvylr.r Taxea fjr the m Int. nluce ef Vht ParuU
mrat iu tev.ly ol' ieacihicr.-v
. prop-n tjui rn witi lor "ta: i
titr 'ipr,ie. wl du lreorpor.tl limita of
yo. I.ji.it.T. iof tiMj-uipotiofcoti ributnr
Uv cil ,
to IncR.auitcnuiw ot' a Kl
e j'.fn'nl Wiui'it aaj
e.17. ,-awlJ,in, I I.P--.2 kh. If. ClirUii). Atos
t uh.l.tt.o cilyri-eA, J i, t"
Le-yji; Tix.-i fjr ! ynr.w'J .htfioe tht
feu tKidu . of eci ooi i.i.in.t fo. iXlataeldi
Ward of lu .i'y A i anuttai. 1 1.'
j hj tht t:y f)f Jmt? tU. fbu ir -h- HVn-A'4 of
1 iqiiiaatirg the ihdi6tedn'u u Schor-I Hitrict No. IS,
I in the lt ar.l'if tia cltv it f jncaaVr, tlirre ii-til
i . li vk-t a A coll-ct.1 ajrn a'.l jort.- sutlect to
t.T.tinti in ..i t U'.i.f T. M rn LT'.,. J 'a
' Ni -ey en f oLara and :i-.'y-fo essM, ourwsm W
1 i - '-he Uvt'istirecr Oius pa.aed IhoS,
-aaaJ.ir.tJl. ! V M V. t Ui-Cl), Maor.
1 . .
Ta -.T.-.r ) an OrJininrc, m-'-V an f!r '.inancs for tho
juciaUaeu: or' e.rtai;, '.Ifie-ea !. rtt ;n nasr.ee, .
! f.ud O t.a I3i tj . ,. .;
SEC 1-t. E if cr-oirej iv ruyforrfll a
;'. I'U'iof l ri.tt, -i lat it nail b,, '.awtul for
t'te V,r.nai ol ssicil v .i ni snv prionor,rsona,
at any tou- whj .t.;l. bei-ar'en n i d' n sun
rise, orou tiw .-..'to Hay. be '"uuj pu'ity of Infract
ing t'"0 mviaiona ol tiie 4t , b Ji r l C:.; Situona t
tie, er4'a!!e ai'iru, f .i uf'.-.Ura, btr ei tf.-.nj
for safe k- tpoj i-. t' . ciMy jatl, un'.l sa examioa
K)'" cai inj l.a h il'.e ..ri.'rfTo:'cer.wLACb ia noeaaa
i ia.l iceij ..feet Vur. ft.un and aler be tlma of
f.'.r. u:t.mi.' vu'-nt--d t. am-jt t.keri-a o
; .hi x. ! L.'i.aiX i.e '.' j: r (' n'.d is kt-.rby
ih-j- iaiii r.'uli'.H o rjcr'vo ao'idetAit such per
I ,n. cr ycm,v i!lj.c ni.li .tm u Jn:aaai, bn-
j Ct i di-i-t-.r 'd.
' be: rli. Aiirtuinaneea, and pirta of riinancax
j io-onsist at w::!' provi.ic; ci tlii, rrdinance, ba,
' a.ic .'.-. aru he.v-y T-pealed. TUs (.. J-nsnca
j t . ts :e ettrct and or in firce f.-w and aftvr the legal
1 eubiica-.ica ll.r'.';'f. . PasseeJ'tne 11. t-2.
A test Jjhji B. r.ricr. rJy clerlt. Jim. 12
l.oi. TIiuu);ihti lta'.e.
OT," t':a -i .l .Ur if :iav. . D. iW, :o PntSta
Cnr.rt 'oi j'airf'l ' iu: 'v, 0!.j, oVI.rd Iba
said Li'ate a pro-.a'j'y inojvcn-. . CredaUra ara
thertfoie re.;uii A priMtt.ttr (lain., s-.iinat
tlie ii!t.to flii nn.r 3nyrf, fir.r ill'""'-a a wifhia'
siv taonini ffui. Lie ;,n:a a,.e iceutloticu ot tney
wi 1 not o en'i.U :l lo rsviscnt. . .
i)a!4 i thi, vau J-y ol Alav, lB. ' '
Ada.V rfc bonis ncn, with wnl snocaed. 6w.
4 Vtl?i:ltt? rat ui inr sl-.
IOFF:K my far-n t pr'rtte sil. rca-i.tinr, of fl
tcrea-of rbolr 'itul. i'uJ"' is VJ. t, tnabW'
ra n.ald cot:.;-. , On:... I 'omlle. (-mi ni l 'th nnlis
l-si a v. it". i Jii t.ui i- ti.1 a-r.-a improved
( la.no, order zooj C-nj;, wjJl 7i ra; runiu.v
al-1 -m year r ind i.ieeaiiy all the lie di. A apr'c
tittwd'vt iip h .j.-.t camo't . -i anywuer.
j I a, i j ir i-. In.ia th b.i IT irl 1'i p jah tmu
, bvtaljea a v.i is! y cf othr fruit lr .e. chorrv, plum,
; ic. YT:i-- dw'-liiru b'.u . . M t :a-manl a very
ir'uni., 1 anil tskefliO'in hand nd for rtn
re.liu.ii taUi v -ears cr j Ji! . in a-m-uti. '
Kr- o:. ari.ii!ng 1 1 parens j a , turn wi'l do
sell tocxi a.al sea u, .OH-N C.il
.' : C'7nrarsUiB.
rjlllt larta-raiup Vr?tcriio cxiti'.sj under th
3l Sinj-iutrtMniA SCO. Clo'niiui Mrc.jai.
T" ?'"S'r7 mutn t"
i '"L 2 " W" " V,U.I,
der the fir o nun ,ct t. 'il .l
"awfl;.a'jia nrat oy or
reaiier b rood o ted nn
:.f Jtfi. airluTLrr
STAND. fAJru' dvor hut: i f Vie Jivhi. g I'.lbm
I Baa!.; l er" .niy be bg-.lit ailumea a flTt'i Isxgi
It-adr iladc t'othfn?,
Former, ar.'. bovs. is v eli .a a Ur-e sssorttront et
Shirta, !raw.-r?. L'r. V'-ihit-.'C-nvats, Hand'fs. e.
It ;.iuh a'io ia reiSrki.l tn-it he r.poit, th,t
f riK. wr o is ,o wyll n lov !iii fine bt, and.
goou lr;r., iut'-nd ' to litv.. tr,wr, ia not Irucand;
he WLUkl tiLro h:, tneOi:., hia ct.sioo. jri and riw
bli' ener.!l-, t!iat he will L r u-iv tj reeoiva all
a who may lavnr hi.n with axil. . j
I Also, at to iwi plii -ni Mall tini Kill b
founie i.we Lif . Jf.rJ.ru. L!jtio.i9 ti-jt I i4icv.
lucastcr. Ajni 'ii. IV:
il.sivg: . ca
Silks flr.resea, &arvse Dc- Iiiues and
LK)VLr'S. acUbg at uaa:.'!y low pi ira at
I Acriifi.!-:.!. . fe.v;,grJ,
1 T hsTO left aii claims u-'.th Dirro
!yjsr" X Ltis: iW.to biu.i psim.c.t ct. V.S
lufn . .i. , iui uctttwt: .iiuai'sui. uia;
Mliletsimit A:ii :S!2.
F'nlntC "f lajire W. Slnsun.
I TOTirr :hr.rc! v
vn, tu' tiw ssdcri'e t: d hai
I 11 t.'-n ar
uv.t ah duly nt-alili-d as Ad:mnir.
, of Is lac S . tr.AsoM. decee., lata
ir:: .t cu ,f,r !
A.. ? -raoni nv:na clatma '
i. r.: thirn for se-ti meat,'
l-il.' autheali: it-iw:bin i nr-veir-md Jl ti-
iul bt. J. w..i ihuik -.ta na :,i nt.
Dated tiii 3. da. of Ma". A. 1)1 1-
:,v ;. av 1 ' UN LR VNrviV ?,,
Ci'y Hi-h! r.l.iii, .tri!e.
Tnr w! criv t ,.iri fir 'u an.? r .
L a.'asvj-ii jp'n M hec 'ii ar street, a l.wd.-.s Kaat-
ol tne ri i -d; o! Lr. KiictUr, tait.r iptttotLct
ti.in'jiutfc V; I?. Tt- .'io'm, a a txo-.tor
nr.iua and t it i.ot is 2! fe::t frait. i'tet-a ia a ataids
otnjr c.t ho-t.c,a eiit,rn a-td .Tcil. t-.ca t-e pre
ciisw I will slivll snout I d cf 4 a ret, IwL g a
;"- nion of o it-lot No. 9, ii:uau"i at (crchoi:do(
dr.i-d-it.-e.-t. oithor i.i w5.. 'e cr it J.
TKnaovo prairy wi'.I b Held Ime Ind' t?f-rsi'
torU jamablo.' ' SA .liiL tilEHRXiC
Lat.rsstHc, ril -21. ioVl liin'.l
Vn.fl1V CLASS. -I half ita H by VI
andnUii uix'.s luby U. McCu.W's luierkr
Wialo.v fcrtalv ly
otto w. Kra-iurp.
Cattt paid for Lre';efl Ct:i.
Lsnca-ttt-r. May 28.1361 4
! r I lRV Mn.nkihvr.tiin I nr..,. fM .vI-Itiif l..twMn
L Robert FbdJini aud Jo'tn l iil-'inj. nrer tit
nit. a. p. Jni.i.Eii,' . .
rlHADriTL'oi'Ciemlaod MSnlkaf Collet, ten
W iipi his pnebinal itr .tecs lo tho citueni of
Hlea.ai, ,i!U- and vicinity. '.
K,:rt.n'v- es: l'r. M U. r.roch,New Salem; TV.
r. IV. limi ,tl"r sn 1 Dr. M. Z l' raider. Incshm Car.
D.i. Fi.l.ar, EiHin.oro. April 1, Ifcfi 3w48
Iutporttnt to Loverv oi Good Ilnracs,
f",A ft Mill' and otb'i w!to are fond Hd5flJ Hood
stock, a: reap , tftitl r.trred tn thi ledigreai
of TtKJ UM.I.FoPtrltSH lu the ban ftiil. This
H..rse took tho firr nwniuni at the Mtat Fair ia
ltrtl snd be wil! le loir.n.Upnn euninatiou to ha on
of th." lest lloise ia t' e '.'.esern' rountry; He eaa
be seen at icy fnrrn fu t alnui townsliip. oil kiofidava
ind Tueidsvs, arm c.n W.fcdavs, Thursdays, f'ri.
dava ind SaturJayi, of eacU week, at Orhn'a flreblt
ia l anruter JAMES W. PKAKSK.
April 51. I!CT ' 3wM-,'
titrtWa, Tor Ati'.. ' '
THK subscriber o If era for rent lhttaU and fx
lures reoeit'V sna ;ut sevonl vcarj oast ocrvrl-
eu by htm asr a I.ivery RSnMo. The stand la .
J tavoiabia one and .'Very thii.g uiiod ..nil .-. Immaa.
di-.te i oiseasion '.vill ba given. Aor further p.'rtieu'.
iataen;ntrx ol ucorje baudunon, v ho ia autl.o.7t.J
taaotlorlu.n. ' , , oA-dUF.L CitlM.
DOVT FOHGET-Thitthe place tobuythtUat
good t at the lowest prices, la at tha cheap atoraj
oppoutoShtfia'er'aHel. s, W. T.WISK
Lanxesjw,NoVoaJmoY1830. ' V
laJ lu City f LatMU. f, . 1. .. .
itA,l!.rnf ..Italian, t.e. slJ m, ta-ajria h.-rby
I J MM.MI W IT .IU,
' J-" otiiixtJ by lit City Couvil ef
Jaoi.fw, TbattwiaJ Tax or Hair MiU
jo tb ; o.l.t of va.ua'.iou, I ,, iu the -ame li ber iy
l.i.ast.', ril to, i'io. "f