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biai. OEjr. wixfield wort
WILLIAM A. GB1IIAM,
or rotu ciroliiia. ;,
V EDWARD D. MANSFIELD,
WILLLIAM DENN1S0N, J.
lit Dirt. CHARLES ANDERSON,
2 1st .."
. J. SCOTT HARRISON,
THOMAS J. LARSH, .
JOHN W. DEFREES,
HANSON L. PENN,
JOHN MILTON WILLIAMS,
1 JOHN I. VANMETER, '
WILLIAM E. FINCK,
JAMES R. 8TANBERY,
. SMITH OUR,
A. BANNING NORTON,
ROBERT B. MOORE, .
VAN R. HUMPHREY,
WILLIAM L., PERKINS,
SILAS C. CLARK,
JOHN A. BINGHAM.
FOB 8UPBEMS COUKT J0DOE. -
Daniel A Ilayues.of !Iontgoinry.
FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC W0BK8.
Dnvid II. Beardslcy, or Cuyahoga.
CITY OF IA1TCABTEB:
Wednesday Eve'ngr, July 28, 1832
. Campaign Gazette.
A Whig paper ia a valuable auxiliary in a
political canvaus, and in order that the Ga
zette may reach that class 'of voters who are
not regular subscribers, we propoao to send
it for four moatha at the low price bf fifty
cents. Will the friends of Gen. Scott uae a
little effort and induce evey Whig in the
county and aa many Democrats as possible
to take it for that length of time? In every
neighborhood a club of ten at least can be
raised and to the person getting up the club,
we will send a copy gratis. There will be
no postage upon the paper and arrangements
can be made for distributing it. The large
amount of reading matter, which we now
give, makes the Gazette one of the cheapest
papers in the State.
In the way, we propose to supply the Ga
tette for the campaign, it will be of more ser
vice than if we published a tegular cam
paign paper. To those persons who desire
the Daily Gazette for that time, we will send
it for two dollars. In both cases, payment
is required in advance. .
We hope that clubs will be formed imme
diately. The campaign is already opened,
and the Gazette batteries will play upon the
enemy until Gen. Scott is elected President
and William A. Graham Vico President of
the United States.
fjJrWe find the following in tho Ohio
'The proposed political gathering at Lun
dy'a Lane and Niagara Falls are most pat
ent tricks degrading to the character oi in
The old tory spirit is rovivlng. The next
we hear will be opposition to the observance
ot the Fourth of July. The London Times
is anxious for the success of Pierce, the
"practical ally" of tho commercial policy of
Great Britain, and this bciug the case, Mr.
Pierce's friends in America think it degrad
ingto remind their British allies of the past,
of tho triumphs achieved by Scott over the
(lower of the British army. Degrading in.
deed! It is degrading to shape measures of
public policy here to build up British manu
factures and thus become a "practical ally"
of the commercial policy of that couutry; it
is degrading to attempt to make our country
practically depend upon Great Britain for
manufactured goods; it is degrading to at
tempt to reduce the price of free labor here
to ten cents per day; but it is not degrad
ingto celebrate the fourth of July, the bat
ties of Chippawa, Lundy's Lana or New
Orleans, and no one who has not a British
heart in his bosom, would say so. We leave
all such characters to fight for the descend
cut of the Percys -they ought not eVcn vis
it an American battle ground.
Ahotheb Important Documeht Ac
knowledgment of our Claims by England in
1845. The Boston Courier of Wednesday
publishes ail additional document connected
with the history of the dispute concerning
the Northeastern fisheries, and one which
furnishes an important piece of evidence in
relation to the rights of the American fisher
. men. It is sufficient of itself, say a the Cour
ier, to place the British government com
pletely in the wrong, in one branch, at least,
to the claim they have recently set up. U
appears that the British Secretary for For
eign Affairs, in 1845, made an official avow
al to our Minister at London, that the privi
lege of exclusive fishing in the Bay of Fundy
had been formally renounced by the British
government, and that the fishing grounds of
that Bay were open to American vessels by
Virtue of the Convention of 1818. Not
withstanding thitexpreaa renunciation, Lord
Derby's cabinet have re-asserted the British
claim to the whole Bay, and have sent armed
cruziers to capture all American fishermen
found within its waters. One capture has
already been made there. The Courier
It is, we believe, an entirely new principle
in International law, that an administration,
cabinet or government of a country, is at
liberty to disregard the, stipulations or con
cessions of an administration or government
which baa preceded it. Great Britain is as
trongly bound at this moment by the acta of
Sir Robert Peel's ministry, in their dealings
with foreign nations, as by the acts of the
ministry now in power.
A CqW! A correspondent of the Hills
horouahGazette,writing from Fairfax.High-
land. county, says thaf'Mr. Alfred Storer.in
tb neighborhood of that place, has a cow
that ia hard to beat, in the way of adding to
the stock of "bleatera." She ia seven yeare
old and ha bad twelve calves, generally
having from two to three at a time, and re
cently ahe capped the climax by havingroua
tolerably good sited calves at once.' Kentucky
may bout of her "prolific" breeders, but I
have beard of nothing beating Mr. Storer's
cow." , If .Judge Emrie vouches for hit cor-
retaoadent, we willbeliere the story.
(. Puicc'e CoDECKKioa. Tiit hi-1
tory of the country not aflurdiug sufficient
data from which to writ a biography of the
Locofoco candidate fvr the Presidency, bit
frioodi have found it necessary to despatch
agents to hit old home In orJor to bunt up at
many tncldenta as possible from hl friunds
and acquaintance. Among others, the
New York Herald baa a correspondent at
Concord, who Is attending to bla military,
civil and pertonal history ,habits,essoclations,
kc. A portion of tbia gentlcmau's Ubora,
we noticed in one of the Locofoco paper of
thii city. Wo respectfully ask leave to sup
ply the following omUaion, which U highly
intereating : - .
"I will tel 1 you at anecdote of Pierce,
which la apropos to tbs eouseless charge of
being an aristocrat. A few days ago he wai
in company with two gentlemen from the
South, ana one oi nie taiiow-citizens, wno
. w..t ..... .r..u
and even 'out at the elbows.' met him; upon !
which Gen. Pierce ttaiWi with him in
the most friendly manner, just at if he v$
tqual xn tlatum to himselj. This is exactly
A descendantofthe Percy's shaking hands
with a very plain dressed man, just the same
as if tho plainly dressed man was equal in
atationtothe descendant of the Percys!
Now, if tho writer will only tell us by what
process he makes the man inferior in station
to Gen. Pierce, we will admit that he can
inform the public where Gen. Pierce' letter
to Capt. Scott is and what aro its contents.
03-If the fact that Scott did not fight a j
duel makes as manv friends for him as Mr.
Clay earned enemies by fighting one, the
General is pretty sure of election. Those
who abandoned Clay on any such ground,
are now, for the aame reason, boundto sup
port Scott. Will they do it!-.V. lr. Times.
No. While they are shedding ciocodilo
tears over the grave of one whom they pur
sued through life with moro than the vindict-
ivenees ofrevenge,they are laboring with all
the might that is in their baseness, to black
en and defame the reputation of another.
Think you such men care for consistency?
The man who stole tho purse of Gen. Scott,
gave it up when he discovered the owner, re
gretting that ho had taken it from such a pa
triot, and the burglar refused to touch the
medal though it was valuable aud worse
than the pickpocket and burglar is that class
of men who are now laboring to filch from
Scott hiajgood name. Will the Amer
ican people permit such baseness to be again
Agricultural Society. Tbo meeting on
Saturdaylet it be borue in mind by every
friend of Agriculture in city and county. If
anything is to be done this fall, it must be
done quickly. A full attendance will in
sure a permanent organization and a pros
perous future for the Society. Fuirfield
needs it badly, and it will be valuable to
Fairfield if properly conducted. .
Groceries. G. J. Wygum has just receiv
ed from New York, a targe and extensive
assortmen. of Groceries, embracing every
article usually kept in such an establishment.
His host of customers has compelled him to
increase his stock, which is a pretty sure in
dication that Ii3 Sells at fair prices, aud the
best of quality at that. Advertisement iu a
few daya. In the meanwhile call and exam
ine for yourselves. You will find an excel
lent variety. ' r
OyWbo is wise! lie that larns from
every one. Who is powerful! ltd who
iroverns his own passions. Who is rich?
He who is content. Stulexman. '
Admitting the definitions, the Statesman
editor is neither. He will not loarn,
he does not govern his own passions,
he is not content without the, public print
Wiiiskv kd JIiRDtK. The Fayette New
Era gives an account of a murder which was
committed in that county a lew days ago.
It appears that sundry railroad hands and
others, congregated at the houso of a certain
Richard Bates, for the purpose of drinking
whisky. All hands got drunk, and Joseph
Alloways, of Marion township, killed an
Irishman, by plunging a bowie knife into
his heart. No fight or melee had transpired
previous to tho murder. Alloways is in
David II. Beardsleit. Of the Whig can
didate for member of the Board of Public
Works, the Toledo Blade says:
"David II. Beardalcy, is a man who has
served the State for more than twenty-five
Vears as Canal Collector, of Cleveland. He
has been a faithful, valuable officer. Ohio
is indebted to his experience and good sense,
for many of the most valuable provisions in
the law regulating the Public Works of the
State. His nomination has given great sat
isfation all along the line of the Ohio canal,
and there he will run far ahead of his ticket,
and receive the votes of all parties, espe
cially of all persons, who have ever been en-
eased In canal service. He is a man of
strict propriety, a high sense of honor, and i
keen foresight and discrimination, in his
hands the public works of Ohio, will never
suffer from neglect nor the people lose mon
ey and proporty through unperformed con
tracts made by him. Ohio could not have a
more faithful public servant."
New SecbeTarv of the Navt. We
learn by a letter from Washington that the
Hon. J. P. Kennedy, of Baltimore, has ac
cepted and will promptly enter on the duties
of the Navy Department. The letter adds:
"While big accession is hailed with pleas
ure, the loss of Mr. Secretary Graham will
be severely felt, and the Vacuum created in
society by the removal of his interesting
family deeply deplored."
Dreadful Accidest The Boonsboro
Odd Fellow slates that a son of James Camp
bel, Esq., of Franklin county Pa.,, aged
about eleven years, waa engaged at a bark
mill a few daya ago, and by some mishap was
caught in the machinery and forced through
an aperture, or space between the shaft and
beam not more than five inches square! A
number of hia teeth were found sticking in
the beam; his nose was mashed, his head
dreadfully injurod.his mouthjand chin severe
ly cut, besides other injuries, and yet he is
doing well, and hia physicians say he will
recover. . .
Tbe BRinsn Fisheries. Captain Rog
ers, of the American schooner Magdalen, re
cently arrested by the British, for infringing
on their fisheries, was tried and convicted
of robbing the nets, but subsequently made
his escape and reached hia vessel in safety.
The Halifax papers gives the list of Brit
ish vessels of war which are to be employed
for. tbt protection of the fisheries. They
number nineteen vessels, carrying upwards
ofont hundred and thirty guns. A pretty
formidable naval force to be brought against
What Wtuacr Goou to. Tbe Lynolt- i
burg Express at lea that two aona of tbt late
Httekiab Fuqua, of Bedford, Virginia, to
gether with a little orgro boy, a few days
.Inea). vtri UvnOIT DIILSD Lff B Iblli. tbd
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"The lade want out hunting, and having
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when ono of the bora put hla band In to haul
- mi mai maiiuiivii lug, I
him out. Very toon be felt aomething bite,
oraabt thought tbe acratch of the bare.
Ilia brothor tried It with like aeneation, ao
he declined repeating the operation. Little
Cuff (brave aa Csnur,) triee it with like auc
ceaa. In a few momenta the liandu of the
parties commenced swelling at an alarming
rate, when medical aid was immediately
procured. The physiciun dosed them well
with liquor, until tho parties became thor
oughly intoxicated, arid recovering from the
e lie eta of the medicine, the swelling subsid
ed, and we are happy to loarn the trio are
now enliruly convalescent. The log waa
split open, und to the surprise of all, a large
t0PI!er '" "J nake exhibited himself in all
of hw native ferocity.
"Tueke were Giants in those Da vs."
Mr. Gideon Miles, of West Chester, Pa.,
is the father of seven sons and two daugh
ters, all of whom aro living except one who
died within a year. The following is the
weight of the survivors: 253 lbs., 238, 190,
319, 190, 230. 190,200 and 204. The fa
ther lives at the good old age of 70. The
joint weight of the father and eight children
is 2133 pounds. A veigUier family .than the
nm! Miles will not be found iuff teen miles.
Death or Mas. Cradlebauoh. We re
gret to learn from the (J. X. Journal, ol
Thursday, tbat Mrs. Cradlebauuu, wile of
our late citizen and Senator, John Cradle
bacgh, died at her residence in Columbus, on
Tuesday night, last, alter a long and pain
ful illness. Her death will be deplored by a
large circlo of friends and relatives in this
community, whero she wus extensively ac
quainted and much esteemed. Cirelccille
Health of the Prison at Sing Si no.
For the last ten days there has been con
siderable sickness among the prisoners con
fined in the State prison at Sing Sing, N. Y.
During that time there have been about six
ty severe cases of cholera morbus, and one
hundred and fifty slight cases of diarrhoea.
The American population of Liberia is
about 8000. iuhabitinir a territory stretch
ing over 600 miles of coast. They nave built
about twenty cities and towns. They have
made treaties by which one hundred thou
sand nativcB are 'brought under their laws,
and nearly a million l.ave abandoned the
An Ikisii paper, after mentioning that a
gentleman in the north of Ireland had adop
ted the new system of paying his farm la
borers at the rate of. penny an hour declares
that to be "princely remuneration compared
with the usual wages of sixpenco per day
and that grudgingly paid."
WliiK Sony. ,
Air The Lords of Creation.
The democrats, the locos we call,
They think they must rule the whole;
But they're much mistaken after all,
For they're under the whips' control;
And ever since the reign of Van,
It has always boon the way,
For did not old Tip, the brave old man,
Sweep clear from the track the vile partizan
And defeat them all to a man.
Ye democrats who now hear my song,
I know you will quickly say ;
The whiga have grown stout, their nerve
now are strung,
And the locos must yield and obey ;
The b'hoys ol'Tesas, 'tis said in a joke,
When stealing was only the go;
Quite a muss they kicked up in favor of Polk,
Which ended in war as we know.
Then lollowed close by good old Zack,
Who never had fainted thro' fear;
Old Cas"in confusion"abandoned the track,
And amid "the loud noise" dropt a tear;
Let Cauy-datePierce now wise caution take,
Nor think he, will ever have away;
For he'll faint I am sure, If I don't much mis
take, And fool all his coppers away.
Hurrah my brave boys, then cheers fur our
The people all know him of old;
He conquered the foe whenever he fought,
And he'll do it again I am told;
Conic, democrats.ull then as soon as you can ,
With his army victorious move on;
And wo'll manage so that the very last man
Shall rejoice in the victory won.
A pucll itieotingoftho Meinbers of the "Fairfmld
County Agricultural Society," wilt be belli at the
Court Ilouan, in Lancaster, on Saturday, July 31H
H6J, at 1 o'cljclt, P. M lor the purpose ofeluttiu)
ofBjera (or the enauing year, and transacting other
important buaiiiea.. The Kiiendj of Agriculture gen
erally, thronghout the county, who are not member,
of tho Society, are earnwtly roqueated to atteml, as it
ii expected that the propriety of holding a County
Fair, next Kail, will bo conaiduod and determined
upon at that time.
D. Tallmadok, TreitMeni.
- July l4,186J.
fTIHE undo signed his just received a fin lot af
a. txtra new lora uoiuen oyrup tor in ciiy
trade. Call nd try it. jOHN LYONS
Lancaster, May 81. dU5
MOTICE is hereby given to Martin Bechtel of
11 rickawayenuntv.aonoijacoD Deciuei, ueceanou.
Kliabnth Bechtel, Widow of laid deceased, Simon
ll, htl. Ivi Udchtel. Chriatena B.tchtel. Buaan
Bechtel and Km ma UechteL minor children of Javid
Hechtol. deceased, and grand children oi tile uitl
Jacob, David Dunkle. guatdian of laid minora and
M.tlMa nacbti'l. Widow of ii 1J Uavid. that Joicpn
bechtel anJ Chriitiati llechtel have filed in the court
ol common p'eaiof Fairfield county, Ohio, their peti
tion liiiimt tlum, praying th tpartition bo made of
throt) parceifl oi tinu uescriDra oy meiea nm wuuuu.
ill the petition, one of aimo being a part of tha south
eait quarter of ixction No. 9, towiuhip No 1 i, range
No. 20, containing SO acrei more or lew on of
lamo being a pirt of the northea.it quarter of th
uma lection No. 9, townihip No. 1J, rings fto. 20.
obtaining 31 45-100 acres, more or leu nd the
other being a pirt of the nouihweat quirtar of lection
No 3, towiuhip No. 12, range No. 20, containing 11 1
acrei, more or lo, subjwt to the reiei vaUon of a
certain water privilege in the petition uamed, all
lituate in KairftVd county, Ohio, and praving that
Dower in lal I landi bo isaigned to "aid widows in
uch manner that one-third part of Ihe whole ot laid
landi be aaiigned to aaid widow E 1abetkfor her dow
er and luhjoct thereto, that one third part or that part
of ld lands belonging to the Krtate of laid David
Berhtel, deceased, bo aiiigMed to the laid widow
Matilda for her dower, end aubjeet to both ot said
sigtunents for djwer, that slid 'ands on divided and
partitioned between laid pntitioiieri audaaid chi dren
of DaviJ Bechte'.dereaied.ln auah manner that lour
ninths and one half of one-ninth part thereol. be sat
spart to the aaid Joaeph in sevoialty ooe-thii-d part
thereof to the said diri.tim In sove raUy,md one-niiii h
and one-half ot one-ninth thereof to said n iuor ehil
dn n of said DaviJ io severalty to them si tenants in
common, orto no dividoJimong.it them. Bitd petition
chargei that the axtd Jacob Becht-1 in hi liietlme ad
vancid to aaid defen lant Martin a cortain tract 01 land
tn Pickaway county described in the petition, which
said Martin U required to bring Into hotchpot, or to
be excluded in the partition, and If ha bring in said
advancement, thit partition be made ot tha whole aa
may be law ul etc. ,,
ftiid petition wi I be heard it the next torm of said
court, to beholdtn on the 4th day of Ctober, IHfrJ,
at tha court-house In laid county, at which Uma and
placa laid defendantesre hereby notified to appear c.
H. H. HUNTER, MtySor the Pstidoneva.
June 30, 1853 V6 68
Estate of Margaret D. Creed.
NO nCE is hereby given, that tha Mibacrlber has
been appointed and quslified as Admuiiatiator
of tha Katata of Makoamct D. Cd. deceaaed,
lata of Fairfield county, Ohio. Dated at Lancaster,
thit 16th ay of June, A. D. 1862.
June 16-,w JOHN R. MUMAUQH Ad'tojr.
WAIT A MOMKNTI
Til Y nan is neither Ibrahim, Isaac nor JaeA j nd
HJL I aoll as article for what tt isi aiva tMl tiii.
UaKaiter.Mi; 82. JAMEI GATES.
sV.JiuT,,July 2-& Mr. Dun.
'...M Wolf f i. .. 1. 1., r.,.ij . - : . .
.ut. uc uc. ur.
rli'a. a nrl as em tit nlhoM. II una tiu.k in. fl.-
j i.n. ,. j .
- mmmw ... , w vt.. w mm ihiwvv. w intra.
Il - iiI ii A v . . V 7 r
ibilJ to enable Die Wecutivt to furnUh arm
In ..ill,..,.. n ll.-I,..i.li,.r li,i.kUll,i.t.
lnrnl.i.llk.m.aKA.. .flu. .111..!.. It u,-. ... I
protect themselves: after debatw it wj re
-.w.M -m mm i. w
ferred with amendment made to it, by tba
Senate, to tho committee on Military Affairs.
House) then went into committee of the
whole on rlvoraand harbors; various amend
ments were offered, but Dune agreed to-com-mittee
rose and House adjourned.
Wahhuctom, July 27. Hawk Mr.
Gwin offered a resolution requesting Inform
ation a to the present condition of ilie Nsvy.
and what force U now available for immedi-i'"'"!
"1V -.. .
Mr. Dumnor onerea a resolution d reel-
a- t. i . . . ..
If,.- tta rirnlniltnu m. ,1... T...l;: .. ... ... .
... - W-........M.V u ai uumui w en-,
quire mio me cxpeuiency oi repealing the I
lugitive slave law, and guv notice that he
would call it up to-morrow, aud make a !
The resolution in reference to charges a-1 1 "e 8' 01 liquor, pruhibilou by the munici
gainst Bartlett, boundary Commissioner, ta-1 P' regulation, a Geiman was found guilty
ken up. Mr. Clark concluded his speech ! heavily fined. Depredations were nub-
defending the commissioner. Adjourned.
uvux weni into coininuiee si in wuow
on tho River and Harbor bill. After long
(IPilfttn urtthnnt n,nliMlirira nni'lk:i, !
- -ww... ... , wiwig, - . . 1 . .. UV.WV ,n HHu vm a auiu ,na. i rnill' t a- , ..
House adjourned. Pet wh.ch resulted in a riot; but was, : yellow 64.. 200 bM pork. Mess, sold at iTfyt'Si
. .however, temporarily suppressed. jl,20; prim-17. 300 tierces and hhd. i in M-l town-hip. .bout fcurleV uXaof
Fl'OUl cv IJruuywick. ' Abetjermansinthesurroundingtowus are Jhams 10c. 40'j in bulk 91. 300 bbls beef, A,nn1. uht mika muth of th cKt of Uo
St. John'., N. B.July 22.-T1.., Haliiax i T"! w"- . l" ! j'??'""? 3 ke?s lar.l so.d at 1 1 J. ... ffir.n
papers of tbe 20tb, report that the sloop ol u'ty lwo huU(lrei1 Oermans held au lucl.gna. bbls 10j. SaU-s of 35,000 gallon Uiueed tl-p Abu,ic. on th north th Uudof HrfantFowlor.
War Cumherlnnd Vire Admiral Spvmour I " "''''"g.in Consequence of having been Oil at Cic. On laid farm there ahout 100 acr-. of clwred land
? ,1 N ii , "! ,.,, filled for desecratilijr tho Sabbath by L'ulllb-i " und -rcullivir.n. nd U.e b.lu,.:. fmt rat. timt-radi
sailed to New Foundlan.l on the 16th inst. . th 2 1 Z .tl, tl K ' Ciueiunali .Tlarkvl. it-.Toi.wKI.t.o nov..and !iOrcirn.of
A heavy and destructive gale had prevail- ,7,'. ''"("g t'irog the streets, Ac. Cu-.,,t, I ; , . ' t, i. w.ll waiPd with good spri..-i
ed on the eulf of St Lawrence t bey disclaim all religion and laws, tt do-1 t.itNiNATi, July i.. p. m.Rntr fal- ., rAii.ro itm iviximi thiujuoh it.
Tho linrnim Tm.r fr,..n S,.rl.r..ii.,n ' clare that every man has a riiht to do as be ! " four niche Hince last ewnin?. Mar- iBcludu the rster privily for a GaiiT or ouwr
auu uaiijuu arum iron, ooai uoiotiii, , , , ,i t.. .l... .i i V1. vprv ilflll. Vfitliinfr Hrnia in VI....- ... Mn.LKiih fans 2U to'JH feL-t fall nnrtlw roaH.
England, went ashore off Cosport. and U
lives were lost.
liai.ee, with all on board, had perished near
St. Pauls Island.
Fnteen schooners were lost near the Mag-1
uuit-nu imuiios auu i tmy-iwu puoia irrc
Wood Vll Fire.
Rome, K. Y., July 23 A fire has been '
raging for the last few days six weight miles i
West or this place. Hundredsof acres of j
land commonly known a the Pine Plains i
have been burnt, and the tire is still on tho :
J L " wJl:' " 1. ... ll i.
quench the flames, and should it not come I
soon the damairo will be immense.
Already much valuable lumber has been i
destroyed, and several hundred c rds of;
unnil nrl ImrL- nrpnuriul for market, wure !
also burnt. The country for miles around, !
is completely enveloped in smoue. ine
woods three miles Boutu of Canujohane are
also on fire. A heavy wind is blowing, and
the Haines are increasing. Fears are enter
tained that many dwellings in the vicinity
will be consumed.
, Geu. Seott.
Washikotos, July 22. In reply to the
State Rights Convention of Alabama, Gen.
Scott replied that the only declaration or
principles which he thought he was called
upon to make was made in bis letter of ac
ceptance. Baltiuohe, July 27. Gen. Scott stiil at
Old Point. He had entirely recovered and
was in usual good health. Last evening he
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was waited on by the Mayor and City Coun-
ril of Baltimore, who were on a visit to Old i , ,,. , L i. . . . 1 1 .i. . i
,, . . . . . ... , . fartt!!! that can bo lubttantuted by thouaanda ot liv-
Point Comfort. Most pleasant nterchaoge ' . . ... . ' . . .
, i , r I 'ng wltneaan in tnn city and country, viz: that the
look piaco . Shakar s,riap,rin,i prepared by Dr. 8. D. HOWE,
IIOII. D Ull'l Webster. Ituubnentheineanauf pcrraamntly curing more dia-
Doston, July 25. Mr. Webster' recep
lion at Marshfiuld yesterday was a grand af
fair. He arrived at Kingston in the cars, at
4 o'clock, accompanied by his Secretary,
Charles Luuman, where he was greeted by
an immense concourse. He was received at
the depot by a committee of citizens deputed
to accompany him to Marshlield. Business
suspended along tho route; roads crowded
with men, women and children. On arriv
ing at MarshKcld.tha urocession entered Mr.
Webster' ground and halted in lront ol a
e. . , .,, i ii
rostrum erected on a lull, uround which was
an immense paineniiK oi lur. ty eosier s
ueichbors and friends. Reception here was
enthusiastic. Hon. Setl, Sprague made the
welcome address. Mr. Webster responded
in (eeling terms for so unexpected a wel
come, ilehad not looked for such testimo
nial of regard. His heart was deeply touch
ed, not by the brilliant display around him,
but the tuci that the community among whom
he had so long dwelt and who knew hiin so
well should have manifested such unbound
ed esteem. After speaking further in this
strain, Mr. Webster alluded to our political
position. Mr. Sprague has been .pleased to
refer to recetit occurrences;
on oue not ut-
tintr fur him. Mr. Webatnr. tn aav one word
now. the time bad not vet come: what he
had good or valuable in him ho would hold
in his own keopiup; ho would not thrust it
to the waywardness of others. Then he al
luded to tho Fisheries, saying it would not
become him to say much on that point, utitil
he spako officially. The Fisheries would
not be neglected by the administration under
any circumstances. Fishermen shall be pro 1
tected in their rights at uu nuzartis. v ny
should they not! Most potent consequen
ces involved. Our Fisheries were the nur
series of our navy seed from which most
glorious triumphs spring. Their sudden in
terruption by England cannot .be justified
by any principle or preconsideration what
ever. It was wholly unjustifiable without
notice. The treaty of 1918 wis made with
the crown of England, and If a Vessel Is cap
tured and adjudicated their owu government
is answerable; we know whom to deal with.
The United States will never permit her
rights to be adjudicated upon by Provinces,
nor allow vessels to be seized by petty offi
cers, nor condemned by the municipal courts
of Quebec or Newfoundland. AV No! NO!
Further he did not think expedient to speak
upun this topic at present. lie spoke fur
ther on other topics, when the ceremonies
closed and the meeting separated.
Arrival Of thJ Baltic.
New York, July 25. The steamer Baltic
arrived this morning from Liverpool on the
Flour declined. Wheat declined 2d to 3d.
Corn in fair demand at last week's prices
yellow 31s 3d; white 28s 6d. Provisions
prices the same. Lard scarce; call for keg
at 67 to 68. Bacon slow sales.
British elections so far 117 Ministerial!
190 Opposition, 42 Neutrals.
Pacific mail steamer, Thomas, arrived at
Rniithamnton Saturday, with one million
fourthousand dollars in gold.
The government of France exempts the sinm()IU) Kli. , Mr. JAMES R. SPENCER
clergy from taking oathi icf allegiance. PnHtniMiss MARY HISH A , all of this county.
Jectsorrailroad and banks, for thebenefitof ()n te )8tn ,nHt by the .ame Mr. N. y,
exchequer. ! SHISl.ERantl Miss CHRISTEN A RUGH,
Riot at Piedmont between the trooperai,, 0, ,his couuty.
and people many shot on both sides. . Qn tlf JA jngt f by the Rpv j jt,Ai.mtl
Belgian Cabinet resigned. ! Mr. THOMAS R. CLARK and Miss EA-
" 'LECTA A. LAKE, all ol this county. ,
FrOut Boston. ' 3
Boston July 84. Advices from 8t John's
state that another American fisherman,
named Hyadea, of Lubec, Me., has been
seized by Her Majesty's steamer Nettler,
which bad been sent to that port.
Arrival from California.
New York, July 26. Steamer Empir
City, from Califorma,arrivedhere last night
with a million and a half of gold on freight.
She took the mails front the El Dorado at
Key West. Tbe El Dorado bad a number
of cases of Chagres fever on board; 7 died.
6he was not permitted to enter Havana.
Bo-woif, July 26. Tbt Ntwburyport Her.
aid announces, tbat the steamer Sarenec,
and aloop of war Albany, art ordered to the
uun oi OX. Lawrfltice. to orotr.t tU fi-h- '
a-u-tcrmen. m compliance with tbo rfqust of
, f , ...
"" "g. wnoia wcomruiiiu. Tut own-
or. of fishiuk- vessels at NawLurviv.rt !..
J .: j . . -'"""UryPO"! UO0
mivvieu a CVtuUllliie tu Wait on h u ilr-m.
, . . . .
mu.uvii unit aa to the uatum and
tune, ofl Grand Jlenan. The Ctuuiiii ...A
bo ran in for bait. The English say he was
tiibinr. The case ia to be tried by tin- Ad.
Kulht and CaLt C.'n.-7P W,'i?reeu Corn 121 per d. on; Toiuut.s J, N Wi. .ut.iroa, ih. lipf J, 73
aVat" d mert Vl, 1e1rt B3,'ey. Were del-, pUiiw. 4(J,iiO. BUkbcrrita 0(aS. Huck-1 """ V '- i" ' "Hir.-l Wkirfi
egatea to meet tua. to-diy. ; li-terriv. 12 l. ' S,M" roJ "t-r rS.i(j t ih. rhy r.
VVe Iwarii that the scliooner lutr-ly icizod I - in-iuun mb)-j lodowwot U wntaw
by tho Eugluh steamer N.tWv. u. .. n. r'volauJ m .i-ux. . '.'.""''-l-rpr.bdto
of St. John's. A lurgo numberofj Jfart-eto.' Wbeat-No northern to refill !
, Vl'lrtPla. fllA fainftf tit Aall ffnti Uaalorn v,.t. '..... . . i ,
' J ' " . iwt m, ,
. . I .1
ou aa ui'-ycau uu assured msi mey will
tt tun,n mm llmtf un lm laurjx. ikitihuu mill
Lft ttrftlui'tftA fmm KftivilPt :
lilo aC teu ton.
Cincinnati, July 27. A riot occurred in
Newton, in this county, on Sunday night
sequeutly committed upon property, com
i"" " jnuo iwu'i uwon
l'ie German. A meeting of the citizens was
IlL'lU. Slid all t.l:rtliailal Oftli.ri.il In mill tliw
,'". ''7, Z Va "L'Pro oia wo
...... ...... s uu r,EImii,s aii,
lothvw. Ihiaiuoveiiifiit is ooooaed bv (Jer.
Oflier meeting i
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Cincin.au. July 24This moruintr thre .
i l,nil. ..f th a.v'.,.,;.i ..e Mi....;" o , i
...... " i
wav and Dry Dock company, at Fulton, ex-
ploded. The boilers were torn to fragment,
nd tho whole building shattered to pieces,
Several pieces of the boiler, were thrown
three huudred yards from tho building. Tbe
fireman, a German, was instantly killed, and
1,1- body lorn to nicea. Svoral thM
' - i
wounded. About forty hands were employ-1
ed. Considered remarkable, so few wero't
Loss about 8-1,000.
Niacaka. July 208, p. m. Visitor are '
'"vmg m inro iiuinuura oy every irain
"oiois are rapidly niling. Ihe camp
gruiiuua arr airuaiiy coveieu Willi military
companies, and the street, arc thromred with
i i j. ...
ranirin? liro?ramtne for to-morrow. Lettpra
1 ....... "j r ... it . . i .1
iKtcivru iroin uuv. iiuiu anu oilier, i
stating tnat they will arrive to morrow morn-1
ing. Great enthusiasm prevailed. Several I
prominent nigs have arrived.
Aaa rou A MoTHKa Sufferiog from diaeaaa to
thich funiales ar (enerally tu jact, uae.Dr 8. D
Howe's Shaker SaraaiarllUv-it willceruinly cure you.
Male or female, old or young, att tod si eru Fami
ly ihouU have thii ezctUtnt Family mtdlrtne by them.
iaii i our otooi, or on one oi our Acem. anu aei
J ' ... .
ease to which thuhuimn family am continually tub
jjct, than any other pre pant ion of Sariparilli ever
yt brought before the public. JSeo Advertisement.
H. Q. Farrell'i Celebnted ArabUa Llaimsnt.
U tvell known to jtosst-i the moat wonHerfu' heil
ing.pjnelratiuj and stimulating prnpfanieg, ami by
iU prompt-tie in ellWting rum, which pwiom'y
hail reiii.t 'd nil other in edi.: 1111. adiuiuwterod by the
rooit ijicntilir phv-tauut,
, l.aa plarl it far twvonil
i,trr.ditV,l tn that nAnuta) nf
mtrnameti 10 ine people ot
) the ilnnrbenti to inr reaa-
itxy ini'ar rain dv evpr lot
th j L'. Stat . It -timulitfjii 1
ed action, an ! thin enab j nature to throw oil diseane
' p'"ar"'" -l" '"-"s,u ""Vr'
, Ity tntnomu.c ea.-it la pouerlulivaiiodviie and tilt-re.
, 0J uUa;l, irrituon, prJdvcirgodtligMM
w wnninir iai)rroMei ric vnote tram, uw.
I i - i" rwi.aii.able anticeptic propertia, it puriin-i
it theretoru ia poculur y&dapt4nlto their spJ cur?
Thi Unitnunt from its pcuetrstingsnd strengthening
iiutlitiea hat loen ftmnd to be a specific for rttrilvsi
or Halxy, White.wellings aud dijeaaed joints, aud in
fct all rompliints involving tiie niucul.r lyatem
11 lias cured cases ut lthtumaiaiu ol twenty to twr.
year's -itandmg. and slfeclions of the spin where -
in tiie entire spinal co utnn was so crottkrd and dii-
torteJ, that the ptioiit cou d not s k or stand v. ith -
out artificial support. Numerous rates of Palsy have
been cured wheutl a flesh had withered, leaving no-
tiling but th.. dried skin and bone, and the limbs tola',
Iv without use or fueling For OniWrcn ici(A Crmip
:: ..r:-,. ...I... -..ki.j ...A 1...K..1 ...... k..
,1 1- in uiDi-viiitaifiKi i.iur. . . " i w.i.ivw v. d. .un
throat and chest. It apr led freely on the cheat it
i upver fails to give rcler" in theaeVHia rouaht ailtm'.-
i ' ??',VM, AtthTS f !?"' K.TS.
suautli v will rme salJIifoJ. Mane, a'c. Vlautrrs
and t'i .n'-r, ni I find it a moat va usb'a medicine to
ba applied to horioa ind cattle lor sprain,, bruises,
Immune, stitf joints.swenpy,dry shouldurs.uounda. j
burns, splint, cliafcs or galls, hardened knota on the
llcsh, etc. I
.'i out for Counterfeit! I
The public srp rsutinned sgainat another roun'ar
fell, which has l.tely msdo lis spursnncr, callrd I
W R. Karreli's Arshlanl.inimcnt,lhinstdsni;mu
of sll ho coun erffita, beesiiw his having the nam I
of Fsvrell.insnv will buy it in goou lailli, williont
1 the linnwloiuta that a counterfeit exista, and the v will i
perhaps unlv discover their error when tha spurious ,
mixlure hss wrought its evil etfeCts. I
The genuine article is manufactured only by II. G. j
rarrelf, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale ;
druuei't. No. 17. Main street Feoris, Illinois, to whom
all applications lor Agencies inusi ne anoreae,i. ue
sure vou ret it w th the letter H.U. before Y arrell s,
inUS II tr. r AHRKLL a ana nia aignaiuru uu lua
wrapper, ill others are countnrfeits.
Sold by G. KAUKKMAN t CO .Lanentei.
and bv regutarlv authorized igenti throhou the
jH lU'U itU". I in T mj auu v ttjiit- aiiiu f i v i-vst.
AfiLKTS WANTKD in every town, village audi
hamlet in the tnitetl States, In which one la nut al
ready established. Address 11. (i. I'srrcll as shove,
accompanied with good reference to character, re
sponsibility, etc. July I Im
"O ANOTHER KCIENT1KIC WONDER! Im
poh ant To Ovsfkptics. Or. J. S. HOIJOHTON'S
PKP.IN. The Trim Vhrntire VliM.v Gattrir Juice.
prepared from REN NET, or the rouKTH srowacii'
orrtir Ox, after uirections of Raron I.Iblilt., thoj
great Physiological chemist, by J.8. IIoi-oiitok, M. I
D.,i'hila,loIphta. t his latruiv a wonaertui retneuy inr
Indigestion, Dvspepsia, Jaiimlicc, liver complaint,
nn.,in.linn mn'A AnW.iitv riirtnir ifW Nature1 OS'S
method, by .Nature's own agent, tha fiflarWr Juire.
Pamphlets. containingScientiHeovidencc of its value,
furnished bv ageuta gratis. See notice among the
medic adverUsement 47
Receipt for the f.azette.
Th.ima. Older tltS.nn Tho. HutchillB .",5
Joseph Bechtel 1,50 Saml. Fetters 82,00
DaVid Cupp 3,50,
Thoitios Ilutcliins; S. L. Julian; Joseph
Uectiteij joscpn waiters.
! MAftRIKD On the 10th ihst.. bv A. I..
Strayed or Stolen,
TROM Miers' tuuture. south of LaneastaT. on Men.
JT da; olght last, a DARK BA Y MARE, with
black tail and mane, a small white atrin in her forehead.
a alight laddie blemish on tha left aide nf tha back near
tna wewen, ine nun ia ruooea trotn tne inncte oi me
left hind lac. ttiarki of bleeding on the left aide or the
L. CL. I. -I . I A I J. L i. .,.!
ipvi. on, .- , , ul iu iianua uifti, b..u.h
trotter aud about 7 or 8 years of ava,
A rsasonabla reward will be gifen-to any one re
turning the mare or giving information wheia shaniay.
be found: or if stolen
Uw thief. - July 28.
Bonneta, Ribbons and rani, '
Of tha newest pitterni, ill on hand at ' v
Apra8,186 KEMEi 3..
LctTE, July 29. Very little dofng
. .....n . '4
' 1 air .... .... . I
'J i;ui J4 uiuuulu UJIUI ri U
. e qnoie w neat at o, floor S33 jib, '"" t w -xi w. ca,,. fc..- ZZ
, Corn .& 40, OsU ai) 82, Groceries sell i L1; " Tf -?x Hriatoph,,
freely. Coffee Sugar 7S. at j Sru
CtgVtLAltD, .July 27. t'uAd? lfcsifU.rln'k I" two yw. fr..mthfUrofMlkii
Whim 10,711 bu.h. du.- intrjrt WJ livJ KiVn mwtiV-'!1-
l',.. oi-,. lij, JOIIM U. MARTIN, Aim tor,
Markets. Wheat Nu northern to report. . July Si, : 3 wu '
. r . .
JlProinTfi ltth mnii .-Imin nri . I.r . 1 l .....
'tat .nia .u ..i i
(Arm I .. '
wj uusn southern allout at7jc.
i.orn Amount in market Is small and
bu yailow at 4 4 V,wjn:in m;...l I
lour i 'iruimeaiuuctivo auJ.nlua i
in small lots at former quotations.
New Yore, July 27. 1500 bM. fW so!d
; si nouineru uncuangod. Bale
;o(8500 bu Southern wbeatatc for red ; 04
rtoutheru unchsnw.l. Sal,.,
l.ir tfl.i,.. Qfl iifl 1... ... u..l.l ...
- ' ' J "2-,
sales good. 4 uir bugar 0c. Rio Coffee Oil
31a. Editor: -If Mr. Jons Sh it FEa will !
1nP'nt 10 UB candidate for COUNTY AU-
DITOR, at the cominir election, he will be '
, . . -. . -
"uP?orl,;u Wlltcs aso Demockats.
i Me. Weavfr: Please announce Mr.
i ISA AC COMER ss a suitable person for a
c.nd.date for the office of Assr.ssoa of Hock-
,'ngand Peine townships, tnr Votes.
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A ,L. i n 1D? "ma uVu'"taa wi,n I
r Uu""w" tni? couioMmi to talm ,
rm ol a at ol hoa, can obtain aDermanent ailtia. 1
I tion and a gwJ .Jar ApplicMiona are iwp ated to
l;e uadtutn. Uitwuf ttw Uncaaier, Oiiio. Uuxette,
pot pat.!. r..tert.iicM will be ruuuired.
. jn'wt t. Ju'v w, H-fi. dlt I
rr r....M.. v...u... J rt ... nut; ..,
copy tn Uieainoiiut of al.ajid charge t'lia ofl" ce.
u , , ...i. .uu uwn r. i iiiacoiuj,
. , . " . . .
ATlk""? C W '
:lX ndctfi'rUi of John A. Roail,,a njo-reaid-ntofiaid
couuiy. Dated tula oth da v of JuIt. A It. 1HW.
- N BEATTY
Agrni fi'r J. C. Wtavtr and Kinhtad k Jf y
July 8. 6w(
WES'l'KIlN NKW YOliK
COLLEGE OF HEALTH
. 207 Mala Sired, Ituflalo, . V.
DU. a. O. VAUOHTTS
I'H Id U!niM-t mnwif I i-HiMaiitl MstuvMiuf tli li.oa If
like Mil)' cnrN) it H nankin;
AIX OVER raX WORLD.
(1 haa now baw fa na mrdumt Jur f.t a.. ujU n
Mnivalucljr rUMuatMiaU lf
all atavM af tM .mwiilNial finnh.wl rl. a w
if Imiw tuna .lailtua. f Vitmitiun fnr TmimH Tin.
Ian H a rnililln! MtNloi.rRa, hihI th. !ow anil .Ka-lra'
.roar of la. malatlr. WW.ua IH. h.mi to a ilc.'r.. wlii-l.
fiKl. IW inimii uuaflf aiiait lu awif a, hiraMaii.Hi iu imiI
itrtft nil laatutM.
ft itflW ri.W, Hi llm nHfMMl.'ai.l rttrHciait nr tl t.n'ili.-t,
urt W1at.lr nh 11.1 Mfmm. I Mi inTa.wiw it,rt.t
uatl a atmnitMU at iHait , l utir l.rt,i-t km, at,
tt Uhhs, oihI, :l Ihry wuaitl atoal tha aitnalufal
i r Arruuaiioa vr laa KMiK, .
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AFrUC&TlOH OF THE XBLFK,
' ssjiiiiii,il Un n1iitrii r.-iriMi.
I itwl att .Hm'.m. nf llw. .n.u,r wt.i.
n uit. I -HlUifiii '.rt it W tuil i
f.rt it,.-. .Iiimkx..
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! find tlt..'iin4 laalili.4 to aii) t..tlit-. U m
in lr k.rt..
.1 w-'it. at; -
DEBILITY OF THE SYSTEM,
wm.k a-rtk'Mn, t' tl K:.l'v. kr.. ot jtif.ume.fi'le'
aMi4,iiu.4v.a rtth ot tu n. liatumlsiit i
A CERTAIN RFKIT1Y
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l'UlrMHI ailllHltsftri tm W It art wl la La, in,a(iu. ii
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tllr r-l. HI ten-Hi.
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thin, mm hlr. iwtm, iii II. rumi ..iii.fc, n l,li-l, ,ri,n i w ,,M
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a U.Ut,t'liUHl Ul n Miwl eiMiilwt fli.i
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EBDFT1VE DISEASES I
I lt-fni'e mmna n m.. a
I PURii'Y THE BL0U1),
J ni l !" ..b .ln.u- in,n tiwms, rn nmtvU i rn
J "U"."'! LllT XLl!
j ait i .i.i.n,
n sJe'ian ut' untiiiuMiM ,u luaa t.it.wmivr.
i AKEAY OF PROOF
ill IIni Miti.v. ,,l ti ni-'iti lii., n.,n UiHMim. (i i. ltM. uf (Ih,
iwvulm, I.Miint.nl nil- .nfti.-rt, thul it ,,MlMtl, l Itrtii'tit n
ait) , i, iih.1 il Immw :iu.l ni.-Mr im la IU hsImI aeu. irl Ua,
aaeu lulttl uu.t UitaMlna Im aial
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IH' .,k-l ,l,IMi
CAuTIOB THE f BBU0
.uni a numiIk iV atilt'kaa aktali tatnie ,hi ainUt tla, li
IARSAPARILTJU, SYRDF3, kc...
oi,m lirt lliu., lliniel. tWi tits a..l It ini'Stiw,
ami uiti. ll u, suit iW uiiwaitr i
10UCU THK HOT.
TWIT turrtiUaa mri vt thmiaht ui cum. tntli .11., n" tM
anaila hail thrnv ll. .utiuulur alwii) ui ll ,.ietflti.i
Aa.nl. uiel hll Hlt.1 h ) ih. nttli kr .ii
6LAD TO CIRCULATE
a,ti,llu.J, .- Vmn ae ti, Units-. M SI; IS . "t
U i to. an, h th. Ibkot UoUlltK b . i loo "" iH l-
Ik-. Im.Ii .urt mill ttel .rl impe". "
Va.shtiV Vanilla I.ttlH-.trfl"."' '""'",' U,SU "I"' I
.lirwiwm. ami "II. V. V.". Hnf.lo, ' f-mti . U,
Nona oiIm ata amiittta. fmiaratl by I. U. t;.
fl..u". iT.;iiJ Pninanal otftta. S07 Main UM.
Bultale, alwlBW-al.t"l iiai I. Noti
anliwlliai.l-l.el lltl Wtunj or
..iL in.. ailtlce. inoiMlillr aiumila.1 ut,
.. S,. HH. mi.iI. Sa nlianliun ai.M, In Uii.n
WholaMMt Asmta. Hlvolt, Mckaaaoti a Rubina, Na. 1
Sl",l"T'i.. N.w Vera Cltr i M. B. KWilar d Co., 81
UM ; C. S. Hunl.all k Co., C'lucinuaU I J. Own a Co.. 1
OIumi, Mctiaamon k Rubina, Na. IS7,
,.. ,. nitiiiwai I.O.. DO.
irvllj EMn m du, , vinunaw , r w ...ii, wrotaiiit : n.
Sell,. Piiubuish Wtnar a Btma, tlantltuii, C. W..
anil lutaala li all ua, napsvuliU) lrulu LkiuaataMil Ha
Uliiual SUUaa awl Camilla, wl at Mail Ur . .
Looat Agassis Mosses. '
G. Kauflman k Co-, Co . Lancaarl teonard 1 firo.
iher.Baaih Shaw aad rintelsinMnv-. et Bushvilla;
Il d V.iK.nl IjUinnJiai O.' H. AIoalUnSomarMtl
froon and Fklthaxt. Circlerills; Henrv'Eibii.Tulioo;:
Dr D. A risner, Wltimore. ,
Jiilrir, IBM "
Wli S oVlork.
"7 "I " pwnbefunowin. u.i ii
. upa u Oi I 1 . I. I . " "
i ," . . ""w.nwca-aa!. U.WU' I
" July Si. mw
I ,9s f-.-Tlia mbicrUwr lott en tha 6th lmunt
for1. L .....it-i.. .-.I k- -r , . .
I CVH V V
. . 7 iucanwr, or iu uiaj
!r'y - y rrua n turntuithc au,. or iMvLnr it at
, th Worn- OiUg, will be iuit.l.lv rewarrtrd.
'A PATRICK HOWARD.
PROTECTION INSURANCE C0MTANY
OP HARTFORD, CONNKCTICUT.
Pollcina liud at Ita'm of Premium low as IBos
say rtla-r retporrihlt romuany, br
ll-LUil Y. CREED, A't. Pro. Int. Co.,
July K fur Lannuter and1 Fairflild county
IttMl n-l;.l , private Sal
lanratr, Ulno. OtUitljl tMW
Ju!v 17. 1L5 lm'11
the Ziiuesvilie find Maysritlo
OURSCANT to decrc of the court of commoa
ol', : T l'VL":, M,W Z..
..ni.ru, unui,, lema. u. inui uifian,
I And by yirtuoof .n ord.r of ! tliereinto m di-
lra',eU- DyMtJfou"-1 will un .
! fcJJ'K J o toTk ?MI3 ll-.Wi
j inth city of Chiiiirothr.otTrr for nr to th hirhert
i b!,H thT'"cf-' 2ilh d Maywill. Tuy.
(iiUa Road, and all ihe prourty frsnchues and pnw
irgn ocmnijinzio ine ii Koia company.
sm lnjle trill b-conducted in !! r.pectj, In eon-
fhrmitv to tit, pmvi.iona .f the Act of th- Genani
A.,.l.u. ,.r u,.ia, ,.r iik: .,;iU.I hi. 1., I...
th..le bftho Zanoavilla and Vavaville Tornpika
aadto aroviiU. fcr th payment of if debti," Mated
M.rch'aOih. A. D. A. BASSF.TT. Hertiver,
lithrmvof Am Beaton tht ZanttvUUvd
aiamriue l urrmk'. Jtoa'fcomaoTiu.
Lancaster, July 3. ltyjj. Ctd.
Aotice to Creditors.
a f.nrrlU V tn ih m
A ,n. c3
mviainna tha of Acfabo
ton of the aa4 Rout com-
thsrunrtof roenmon dImb of Mnkininjm coontv next
. itur h notice. In default thereof, all iurh debti or
, demand will be forever excluded from payment out
1 of tho proceed of tule ot aid Road.
A. bA$6LrT, Receiver.
j Iaancaater. Juiy 3, lr .2 6
; JV'H'ICE i herhv girec to John We ley Gilmora.
Thnmia Qiimr.r'. Jimni l.iltnore. William Hen.
rv Gilmnre. IKvid Vf. (iilimore.Anna McCoHum ind
i John Mcf'nlliim,n.ia Te'iJetnaotOhio.thatMary Ann
) Lin.-a, H i.lor rl Uani-1 Line deceased has fiJetl her
I pfirion lor dower against them and otheri, in tha
MtnriiJ mn..m,. olvum a' a'airlitil count v. Ohio.
praving to have dower assigned to her in the South.
eaat buarter n."S(?ctifi No. 18, in Townihip No. 16,
lof JlingeNo. 19, in said county. Slid Defendants are
, thprclore nt,tilif-d tr appear in saM court at the next
: tt m thereol', to be bolden on the 4th day of Ortobr,
1 1H52, aud answer xUi petition oi the aama will ba
taJten aseonf'ise'l bv theui.
; H H. HUNTtRMttoriMyor Petitioner.
' May 19, IHii. 30 6 63
j " 13 VOl'll HEALTH INSl'KED!
IF nnt. go to !r. Behstix or Kaitri and do it!
If o-.i pay S2 a year, you draw f2 a week whea
! ick. If vou pav 3 a year, you draw $3 a week, and
j ao up to 1 per mnnth. An addition of 81,60 is charg-
ed a adiniaaion f e for the first Tear. Every sensible
: man who cant afford to be lick and pay the expenn
i of doctors, etc., will go and insure In tha) Woicesur,
aasachue.ts Mutual Association by applying aa
above. Thousands of dollars are paid out yearly to
tho who inture th-jir hualtli.
July 0. -jui 8m
uy. win, wins. wigs.
J. V. tOLJ.lKB.
f!tth-sfrM.t,oi'itethe capltol l:ouseCo!umbus.
ri'L'W . L..J 1 . I
I IV Cnthrineu's Ventilated, Liossamur and Diamona
Ladiea' adjusting Wiga.half Wigs.Fronta, braids
of Hair. Frizeits. Hull's lUndetu. curls and colored
J. W. C. s'it uunuractures to order, Brscelerts,
"fi. rar-dropt, tr n:is, r mger-rings. Heads, croa-
ses. Guardsnd rha-ins.
'("X-Seams cleaned and made to look aqual to new.
Kvery kind of Hair Work repaired and dressed,
Tr l.fU(i Hair bou?Ht or takvn in exchange,
ploij. ropy tliisaudraaa for tuturereferenc'.
June '2. l wt
i. a'rM V , L L 11 at i.a,- .a, i. HTl.
( a. a a ... . J - T
, a nE rfwlviiia' bv cinil and railroad 100 Tons
. i 0f Hardwire. Our stock is the largest we have
' vet bought. And as it has been purcbas"d almost
' entirely lor cash tram manut'acturera and Importers,
; we have it m our power to otTer Hardware at lower
i prices than eyer belote. Ourtacilitu-s for buying and
, our lrge tratv gives ua aupenor aavauugea over
n. othcl CstabUlliment.
: 1IAUVKST TOOLS.
. , ,
Now opening St the wtgn pf the pad-lock ind mill-law.
: 15 do.oj Waidmns. Darling's, Black Snake and
'other patterns Grass Scythe..
j 411 do Osrlini's. Innun's St Ualdron a corn sevthc-s
! 6 do Vtoh'onl's ahJother make Grain cradles
' II) (,'ros Indian Pnnd tevthe stones and rifles
. Miller', and Lnnr'a nirkel.
, 60 do hsy rork.; Undo Rakes, steel blade hoes;
, Uamei, Trsi'e rhains. etc. etr.
Farmer. wHI nd it to their interest not to make
, their purvhise refor calling snd looking through
ourstora. tr ri'.r.K, niuir.es una,
lncaatcr.Junj It, 1H62.
Will find st th ifrtat llarilieart Store, ill kinds
of mccliiuii il tools, suited to every trade and most
; approved make.
! Will find Run UuTel Gun locki and Mruntiri.
Onh rths. ninnies. kUeut Lruj. German ailver and
run CARRIAOR and rugoy builders.
We htve eol'd Itun8lig, .acci, fringe. patent U;ith
er.UpM.rd Knuml'd leather. pluHh.cToth.bnss,bndtv
iprtngj mo tuuili.
Will always find in our ware house the largest stock
snd best quality ot Iron, English and American blis
ter, Ucinian cut and ahear steel.
Vim 6HOKM AKKRS,
We have Midrai and Tampico Morocco skim. ,ed
and pink lineings, bindings, boot webb, shoe lacs
and shoe tbruad-
A great variety of Jsp'd, bras add plated mounting
sdule trees, cnaml'd leather, heg sums, pad skins,
stage tiaces, getting and webbing.
j Will find the best glue, mineral and mahogany
' knobs, venesra.lill Locks, csstors, etc..
1 TOR TIXNKBS,
t tVe keep 1 C and I X Tin plate, sheet copper, tin'd
I ei,,,ner, sheet Zink, sheet Iron and riveta.
All kn.iw that we always keep on hand the largest
I lock and beat qualitv of "Nails. Locks, Latches, win
. dow sash, butts snd hinges, white lead and oil.
! Our stock Is complete and we are determined to
maue ll to ine inierwas oi iiv grosu iu.juni.jr v, -chanic
to purchase from us.
Kr FINGER. WHITE ti, LATTA.
Lancaster, June 11, 1863.
Latvia Thompsoa's Estate.
ON the -J th day of May,' A. D. Wl, the Probata
Court ot Fairfield couuty, Ohio, declared tha
said Kalate an probably insolvent Creditors ara '
therefoio requited to present their claims against
the F.stsU.to tha undersigned, for allowan a within
six months from the time above meotioaed or tbay
will not bo entitled to payment.
Dated thi. UdthdayofSueoQ.
Adm'r it lonls no, with wliltanneaad. ttr.
Kstnte of James 8. Rlgby.
JVTOTIC'E tahereby given, that tba subaerlbev haa
-lll 'aUMfaMiinted and Qualified aa Administrator a!
Jiotunon,om tha EaUteot Jamea 8. Kbby, daeeaaed,
latuof Fairfield countv, Ohio. Datad this 9ith day of
,ou a,uu u.unuiir.u u.i
JOHN H. MCMAUGU.Adia'or.
July 1, 1853,
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