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- CITY OF lAJCASTia; -
1Veduflay Lvcalrnr, Kw. l,18a
Basks la tun Wmt. In organiaing- the
new Waiters States and framing eonstltu
tiom and law for them, Modern Democracy
or mora properly RadlcalUm and Locofoco
lam were in tha ascendent. The conse
quence wu that a leg-aliied system of Bank
is; wu prohibited in many oft barn, and tha
people were left to the mercileaa exactions
f brokers and shavers who' preyed upon
their aubatance without any particular re
gard to eonacience or law. Bat the people
are becoming tired of thia atate of things and
(begin to look for relief in a well regulated
Banking ayatem. ' In Iowa, very many who
lhavs hitherto acted with the dominant par
ty, are laboring to thia end. and the people
of Wisconsin have recently voted by a ma
jority of over 30,000 for the bill paaaed at the
last session of their Legislature. The truth
la tattoo commercial community can do
without Banking establishment, and in
stead of Radicaliam directing iu blowa at
the abolition of the ayatem, it would more
profitably direct ita efforts and better ad
vance the prosperity of the country, by la
boring to establish auch a ayatem of Bank
ing, and throw around it auch aafe-guarda aa
will, nearly as poaaible, avoid any material
loaaea to the community, while the advan
tages will he fully and effectually aecured.
But auch a courae would be rather incon
sistent with that principle which airaa to
Gkoup of Btatvabt fob tmk Cahtoi.
The Republic atatea thataeveral weeka ago
gentleman from New York visited Wash
ington for the purpoae of conaulting with
some of the prominent citizens in relation to
group of marble statuary to commemorate
the discovery of America. The estimated
coat of the entire work of art is one hundred
and fifty thousand dollars, including the
transportation thither, and the placing of it
is) a proper location of public ground. It
was or is proposed to defray the expenses by
the sale of lithographic prints representing
the group, at one dollar each; the aculpture
to be commenced in Italy as toon aa one
kandred and twenty-five thousand dollars
shall have been thua collected. In case of
failure to procure this last-named sum, the
money is to bs transferred to the treasury
" of the National Monument Society, to aid in
the erection of the column to Washington.
It is not known what aucceaa at'ended the
mission of the gentleman.
Rise ih Pio Metal Fortunes Made.
The Pittsburgh Post asys that some of tbe
iron men of that region have made inde
peadeatt fortunes by the recent rise in pig
metal. It has heard of gentlemen who made
by Ita oVaace, twenty-five thousand dol
Ian; oVbera fifty thousand; others a hundred
tacatsasid; a hundred and fifty thou
sands a4 m. There are many English
capitalist Hm witt go beyond these figures
under the Tariffwbiefa was t reduce prices
Jo the consumer.
A, Laxgs; Rictcaa. "Ike Prairie Chief
tain, published at MontKJeUo, White county,
Indiana, says that a Mr. D. Collar of that
couuty raised sere ana) one-third bushels
from two Potatoes. That, we take it, is h ard
Ecohomt. The Rev. Thomas Smith,
President of (innbier College, Knox coun
ty, has a goose quill pen which he hsa been
writing with for sixteen years. He exhibits
it to his students as aa example of care and
fcSixty-two vessels, with 23,980 emi
grants on board, sailed from, Liverpool in
the month of September, all bound for Aus
tralia, the land of the newly discovered gold
mines. t ;
Ex-Go v. Shdltz, of Pennsylvania, died
on the 19th Inst., athis residence in Lancas
. Fugitive. Slaves. Judge Grieb, in a
late case, decided that the mere extending to
fugitives the common charities of life does
not make persons liable under the law. As
the language he employs is important, we
"It is too plain for argument that this act
does not intend to make common charity a
crime, or treat that man guilty of an offense
against his neighbor, who merely furnishes
food, lodging, or raiment tc the hungry,
weary or naked wanderer, though he be an
apprentice or slaver. On the contrary, it
contemplates not only an escape of the
slave but the intention of his master to re
claim him. It points out the mode in which
his reclamation is to be made, and it ia for
an unlawful interference or hiudrsnce of
this right of reclamation, secured to the
master by the constitutions and laws, that
this action is given, rue narbonng maue
criminal by this act, then, requires aome
other ingredient besides a mere kindness or
charity rendered to the fugitive. The inten
tion or purpose which accompanies the act
must be to encourage the fugitive in his de
sertion of his master, to further his escape
and impeds and frustrate his reclamation.
'This act must evince an intention to elude
the vigilance ol the master, and be calcula
ted to obtain the object.' "
fj-The message of Governor Roane, of
Arkansas, ia a lengthy document. He ia an
Advocate of free banking law and the
conetruction of a railroad from Memphis to
the Pacific, via Little Rock. Ita cost la set
down at $60,000,000, the General Govern
ment guaranteeing the payment of 6 per
cent, per annum on the capital invested for
forty years, and as an indemnity be allowed
tha free conveyance of the mails and stores.
The Governor says the State debtia 93,000,
600, upon which not a dollar of interest has
been paid. He is opposed to repudiation.
As IbtelligehT Hobsi. Some years
go, the citizens of Centerville, Indiana,
were often amused by the conduct of a horse
arhna. with others, he was turned into the
barn-yard to be watered. One day, approach
f no-the trouch and finding it empty, he
seized the pump-handle, to the surprise of
the witness, between nis teem, ana pumpea
water sufficient for himaelf and the other
hursea. Havint thua beeun, he was al
lowed, when so inclined, to wait upon him
self and companions afterwards. Butitwaa
observed that he always drove the other
horses away until he had quenched his
own thirst, after which he pumped for the
rest. t ,.' ' ' -' . .
Mirtiis of Elictobb. The Presiden
tial Electors of the State of Ohio will meet
at Columbus on tha 9th of December, and
will probably cast the vote of the State for
Pierce and King. ' -;
Salt Rtvift aid Jons that abb No
Jokes. Our friend Prentice, of the Louis
ville Journal, widely known at aot only
witty himself, but often the cause of wit in
others, ridiculea tha fruitless efforts of cer
tain Loco Feco editors to perpetrate witti
cisms in relation to recent Salt Riter move
meats.- He admits their ability to "do op
plain cooking, bacoa and beans for instsnee,
well enough," but says, "when it comes to
the preparation of a dish of fun, they, like
the jack II when dancing waa going on, 'are
uot tbare.'" "Laughing,.: be continues,
"is not their forte. They csn abuse with
all the fury of Hecate, fresh from the fish
market, but the power to make smiles does
not belong to them,' He says:
"A joke that flashes in the pan cornea up
on one's stomach like an emetic, while an
other that goes off with a clear crack and a
merry echo never fails to draw a nail outof
one's coffin. A bad joke ia a species of
tnunoer that turns the milk of humankind,
neasaour. Joking is very much like fish
ing there are many more nibblinga than
bites: He who is about to commit a joke
should be very careful of its qualitica, for,
if it does not hit the mark, it ia sure to re
coil, and, like Mac Fingal's gun, "kick the
owner over." When a certain Hibernian
blazed away at a squirrel and waa laid
aprawling on hia own back, he felt convinced
that had the squir-el been at the but end of
the gun it would have been all over with
him. Such inexpert marksmen ought nev
er to fire . a joke, for where there is a joke
there must be a but, and if the joke does
hot hit, Fat's experience and the joker's are
Salt River's capacity for joking was used
up long sgo;and if any enterprising Locofoeo
expects to find any thing new or rare there
in the way of fun, he will only find himaelt
mistaken. Let him beware of the marshes
where he may eetawamned,aiid of the waters
where he may get drowned. Many a chap
of fancied smartness baa been utterly lost in
the fogs that "there do congregate." If pru
dence were ever listened to when she ad
dresses her appeals to a genuine Locofoeo,
bent on raiainz a joke, we would advise all
that tribe to beware of trying their fun on
Salt River. The Whigs are perfectly wil
ling to be rowed up that stream, but it is
needless cruelty to ask them to listen to fun
distilled from popples; to humor that has an
awful odor of garlic, and to jokes that were
excruciating at first, but which, on the seventy-ninth
repetition, are aa flat as if they
I ad proceeded from the stomach of a floun
der that hadjust dined on heavy pancakca.
The Official Vote. The official vote
comes in alow. We will add to the table,
from time to time, aa it comes to hand:
Pennsylvania. The vote stands as fol
lows: . .
Hale , 8,860
Browne, (Native American) 1,148
Pierce over Scott 19,791
Pierce over all 9,783
Ohio. The following ia the result:
Halo . 31,783
Pierce over Scott 16,634 .
Scott and Hale over Pierce 15,148
Xev Jersey. The official vote stands:
Pierce over Scott 5,750
Xorth Carolina. The following is the result:
Wtnde Inland. Official vote:
Pierce over Scott
Delaware. Official vote:
Pierce over Scott
Ohio Legislates. The School bill was
further debated in thp Senate on yesterday.
In the House, nothing of any general jmpor
tance waa transacted. We notice that the
costly printing discussion has again aprung
up in both Houses, and bids fair for another
long heat. Well, well, the State is rich.
OT-The New York Art Union has adver
tised its paintings to be sold at auction on
the 15th, 16th and 17th of December. It
will be remembered that the courts have
pronounced the lottery part of the institu
tion illegul. Whether it will continue its
existance under aome other form remains to
Valuable Stocks. Utica and Schenec
tady railroad atocka aell for 8143 for $100
shares. Panama Bella for $136; Northern
Indiana, $128; Central Micliian,'$llli.
We notice the last sales of Erie Road at
$93, being quite an advance.
fj-Thackeray, the English artist, haa
arrived at Boston.
H. O. FarraU's Celebrated Arabian Liniment.
It it s fact esttblithed and well known that the Ara
bian! attained a height In the knowledge of medicine
which caused Ihe whole world to wonder and admire.
Wil h them the science of chemistry hid its birth, and
it is, therefore, not al all strange that a -people so em.
inentlv tuceessful in the healing art and so porteve
ring and during in character, should, by actual and
untiring experiment, discover remedies far surpass
ing in nlRcacv ill others, for the cure of those dim
es incident to them from their mode'of life The grea
ter part ol their time being spent in hazardous and
bloodv warfare with the dilTorent tribes, th'iy were
ubj ct to the most vio'ont attack of rheumatism,
paralysis, neuralgic paiiis. and virions inllanimstn.
ry diseases. a so tho most, horrid wounda, sprains,
bruises, tumors, awclliif s. diseases of the joints etc,
etc All these diaussee they were to lurpriilngly
efficient In curing, that the uninitiated looked with
wonder and attributed ineir sum to ine powers o
magic, if. O FarrtlFs Arabian liniment is a compo-
.ition of balssms and oils, from rare plants peculiar to
this country, and itwssby the use of the articles
composing this great rem ear mat nnioniy ineir pny.
aicians, but even tho wild Arabs of the desert were
enabled to perform such miraculous cures. Tht
Arab eteedisworld-rtnovnedfor hit beaut (ful ym
mttrgafjorm. his unsurpassed speed and agility,
and the Incredible fatigue he Is capablo of enduring.
vvnyis lit DeratliB inm ins mu, w ma uinn nia
limbs are carefully watched, and upon 1 1 lie first ap
Doarance ol dlaease the muie lotion Is applied, and
such things as confirmed sweeny, poll-evil, fistula,
ringbone, scratches, spavin, lameness, etc, etc, are
unknown. The aamn result wl Hollow in a' eases
where H. O. FarreltM Ovinulne Arabian Liniment is
used in tima. Therelure delay not in procuring a mod
aupp J Ol ll, lor every ooiiar pem in it will save
you twenty, and a great deal ot suffering if notrour
. rl. l 1 1 1 1 . ? l. V,
LOOKOUT rOR COUNTF.RFK1TS!
Tha public am ciutiin -d against another counter.
rl -hU I,. I.t.l m J. I. lltal..HHM ..llnJ W
I Fau-nir Arabian Ltnimtnt the moat danseraus
of tilths counterleits, because his having the name
or rarreii, many win ouy in goon isiin, u noui uia
knowledge mat acounutnoii exists, ana iney win per
haps only discover Iheir error when tha spurious mix
lure has wrouxht Its evil effects.
ine genuine aruce is maeuiacmrea oqit oj n. v.
FarrtlL to'e Inventor and proprietor, aud who'esaie
druea-ist. No. 17 Main street. Peoria, Illinois, to whom
all applications for Agencies mutt be addressed. Be
sura you gel It with the letters H. O before Karrall's,
thus H. U. FA KKtLL'S and his signature oaths
w Fanner all others are counterfeits.
So'dby O. KAWFMAN CO., Lancaster,
and by rem ar'y authorized agents throughout the U
nlied Slates. Price 96 and 50 cents, snd Si bottle.
AGENTS WANTED in every town, village and
hamiet in the United 8tales. in which one Is not al
ready established. Address H. O. Farrell at above,
accompanied with good reference at to character, re
Estate of R. At. Aiaaworth.
THE creditors of said Estate will be paid the dlvi
dend declared by tha Probate Court upon appll
eationto John D. Martin. Attorney at Law.
October 18-3m WILLIAM SLADE, Jr, Adm'lor
Wheelho, Nov. SO. The Royal Arch
aunk at Buffingtoii Island; had ber dad
wood knocked out; five feet water In. her
hold. Tuacarawaa supposed to be sunk st
Buffingtoii by swinging against tbe Royal
Arch. Envoy had 18 Inches water In ber
bold; had her bow stove In by coming in
contact with the Jane Franklin; ahe alao
being injured at Bufflngt-in. Cincinnati
aground at tbe head of Grand River Island.
Arrowline aunk to her cabin floor at the
atern at bead of Peyton's Island. Nine
boats at and In sight of Buffington when the
Buckeye Staie W'L ,
From New Found land.
Bostub, Nov. 30. Accounts from New
Fouodland state the potatoc crop to be an
Copper and ailverore has been found on
Snowing all day.
Cotton Factory Burned.
Habfeb's Febbt, Nov. 30. The Val
ley Cotton Factory of the Shenandoah, a
bove thia place, haa been entirely destroyed
A lea st, Nov, 31. Mail through from
New Orleana; Mississippi papera atate that
large majorities have been given in tbe
State against the payment of the Planters'
Seventeen doaths by yellow fever, and
eleven by cholera, at New Orleana, during
the week ending the 15th iuat.
At Charleston, ten deaths by yellow fever
the paat week, , . ,
Several Firemen's riota occurred at Balti
timore on Sunday evening, keeping the city
in an uproar and excitement. Henry Poole,
one of the riotera, waa ahot in the arm, and
aeveral others received injuries. The com
panies in the riot have just been released
from the operation of the district law by the
The barque Lind Stuart, for Liberia, ar
rived yeaterday with nine emigrants, and
will stop at Norfolk for oue hundred and
aeventy more.- Bishop Scott, Kev.' Mr.
Horne.Kev.Mr. Bcott.and severaljadiea.go
out in the cabin. Brig Shirley will leave on
Thursday next with a party of emigrants.
Wobcesteb, Mass., Nov. 33d. At 13 o'
clock this morning Worcester County Pris
on was discovered to be on fire in the base
ment of the north wingof the prison, and
before tbe flames could be arrested the smoke
and heat ascended to tbe doors of the ' cells
above heating and swelling them in such a
manner that it waa found impossible to open
them and thia waa not effected till four per
sons who were insane had been smothered
to death. There was besides in Jail five men,
24 women and one infant all of whom were
aaved. An Inquest ia now being held..
Cause of the fire unknown.
Chariestok, Nov. 30. The Crescent
City entered Havana, early on the morning
of the 17th, without objection. The mails
and passengers were allowed to land, but
not Purser Smith. They were treated cour
teously, but informed officially that the Cres
cent would not he allowed to enter the har
bor again with Purser Smith aboard. Mr.
Davenport replied that Mr. Smith would re
turn, and the Spanish authorities be held re
sponsible for consequences.
v U.iilroad Explosion..
Stracose, Nov. 31. The boiler of a Lo
comotive oti the Syracuse and Utica Rail
road exploded thia morning, and instantly
killed Iiirnel Morgan, engineer, and badly
scalding a fireman, Wm. Caton. The en
gine and tender were wrecked, and several
hnusea in tho vicinity were riddled with the
flying fragments. A part of tho road was
New Orleans, Nov. 33. -By an arrival
at this port from Vera Cruz, we learn that
Gen. Uragahd haa joined the revolution, and
had called on Santa Anna to return to pow
er. This movement iV considered a terrible
blow to Arista.
Cikciknatt. Nov. 33. Geo. H. Shill
ito'a Candle Factory, with aeveral adjoining
buildings, waa destroyed yesterday morning.
Total loss 875,000 Shillito's loss $55,000,
of which 35,000 waa insured.
. Fatal Afl'ray.
Noarow, Nov. 30. Mail through from
New Orleans. A terrible affray had oc
curred near Vicksburg, Missiasippi, commen
ced between Judge Jamea and Thomas Csr
neal.jr. The former was fatally wounded
with a bowie knife. A son of Judge Jamea
then shot Carneal dead. Yerger, the Sher
iff, and Robards, a magistrate, were also
wounded by Carneal, whilst endeavoring to
stop the affray. Young James had surren
dered himself to the authorities.
. From Washington.
Baltimore, Nov. 33d. No mail South of
Richmond. The Intelligencer publishes 6
columns, being part of a correspondence be
tween Jamea Buchanan, when Secretary of
State under President Polk, and R- M.
Saundera, minister to Spain, authorizing
bim.on the part of Preaident Polk, to offer
one hundred millions of dollars to the Span
ish Government for the purchase of Cuba.
The proposition was promptly! courteously,
but absolutely declined.
- . From Boston.
Boston. Nov. 33. Massachusetts Legis
lature stands 138 Whigs, 110 Coalition and
15 National Democrats. The towns to hear
from will not vary the reault much. The
Whigs undoubtedly have a majority. Clif
ford probably elected Governor. '
Seiatorul Election. The election for
Senator in the Morgan and Washington dis
trict, to fill the place made vacant by the
death of Senator Covet, haa been ordered
by the Governor to be held on the lltn
Official Vote or New Yore. Pierce'
official majority in the State of New Yor"
ia 37,345, and Seymour's, (or Governor, 3 1 ,
810. The vote is the largest ever polled in
the State. '
OCrJohn Van Buren, in a letter to the
Albany Atlas, denies the story that he has
been to Concord since Gen. Pierce's elec
tion;. ' '
' Fairfield County Agriculturnl Society.
rTHIERE will a a meeting of the members of the
J "Fairfield County Agricultural Society, st
the court-house in Lancaster, on ...
Seltl ratajr. Dec afcer IN, sit 1 cloek, P. M.
Tha object of the meeting it to elect officers for the
ensuing year and to attend to such othor business at
may come betore tne moena.
Joh8. Brassc, '- JrtHN REBER, Pre.
Lancaster, November 23, IBM. "
., PERFUMERY. '
rpHK subscriber hat juat received a very fine as
J. anrtment nf the Genuine Routtel Ptrfumtriet
consisting of genuine Boef Mai row, genuine Bear't
nil. rnuocomb and Beei marrow rominaue, r me a.a
tracts Tor handkerchiefs, etc. aUr ..
Nov. 98 O. W. KRjEMER.
HOUSE FOR RENT. . V
IHE DWELLING HOUSE nert to the new
1 -.xl nt.iw.li San PhsMIIIlt slMar a nra.
j' Yf , S UU13jTHI V"at,ii was v.------ m esviv
led hw the subscriber, will be for rant in
about two weeks from now. Those wishing to rent
will please apply to ' ' MRS. REDMAN.
NovbevajfsW,, - (cr m
Hew York Market.
Nw Yore, Nov. SI. Flour Less la
quiry; market lor common grsdes heavy snd
rather easier-, sales 4400 bbls 6J5fi,44 for
common to good Ohio and mixed ; to fancy
Mich snd Indiana.
Wheat Market dull and drooping; ma
terial advance in freight caused s linnet s sus
pension ol export; demand good fur whits
Corn Moderate business doiftzseric? an-
Whiskey Market rather heavy; 375 bbls
361 for Ohio; 36(337 for short lime.
Pork Buoyancy noticed for several daya
paat atill continues. Sales at 19,30 for old
mess; 15,50 for prime do.
Beef Demand continues good, prices atill
tend upwarde;sales country mess 8,75(39.37:
repacked. Chicago 13, "6(3 13, prime mess
Liard scarce and la 'request.
' Butter and Cheese unchanged.
Clncluuat! Market. .
Circissati, Nov. 33. Flour quiet: 000
bbls sold at 8,90 to 4,10. 80,000 bush new
corn sold st 36 to 37. Whiskey 19. Hogs
unchanged 3300 sold at 6. Provisions un
altered; sales of 8000 pieces shoulders, in
dry salt at 6). Cheese 9 to 9). BuUer 18
to 33. . -
Lard advanced i; 300 bbls sold at 101.
Mesa pork 16. Sales of new molasses at
38. Coffee 91 to 10. In other articles no
Clevelard. Nov. 33. The demand for
Wheat continues good and market steady at
86(387 for Northern afloat; White 90g91;
Southern 8485c, at which price sales are
mane, and all on market finds ready ssle. .
Flour Receipts larger; market steady at
9ki for superfine; extra 4,60(34,75.
fork Old mess 1S,5019.
Lard Bbl 10 lie.
Salt Fine 1,35. '
Fiah White 8Q8.60.
Wedresdat, Nov. 34. We quote Wbeat
at the advance, 68 for Red and Mixed and
70 for White. Flour 3.35 3,50 and very
firm. Corn 35. , Oata S538andecarce.
In other articlea we have no chance to note.
In the retail market, the figures continue to
rule high. Butter 15; Eggs 12(315; Tur
keys 2537; Chickens 10. ,
New "Orleans Market.
New Orlearr, Nov. 30th. Flour is
steady with a good demand, at $4,75 for
Unio. CornuS. New 31 ess Fork 1H,&0
(319. Keg Lard 1011. Bacon Sides
are dull at 738c. Star Candles have de
clined to 3122c. Western hay 23,50
23. Whiskey 19l(30c. Prime Molas
New York, Nov. 32. 3600 beeves at 6
to 8 firm. 10 JO aheep and lambs at $2 to
4,50 for abeep, and 1,50 to 3.50 for lamba.
100 cows and calves at 923 and 45.
MURK TESTIMONY FROM ILLINOIS.
Tbe following extract from a letter of Rev. John
Mathers, ts worthy of s perusal by every Dyspeptic:
Jacksokvillk, August-, 1649 Dr. OreenDear
Sir I have had tbe Dyspepaia for about five years,
and about two yean ago I wts attackeJ with the Bron.
chilis alo. These two ditossos combinod perfectly
prostrated mi, tnd compelled me to cetae from the
labors ol my callin I tin s member of the Illinois !
conference of the Mothodist Kpiaropal church, and
laat spring, a yoar ao, my frion.li had no oxpoctatlon
ol my recovery. ,
The erc'nt diUicultr. il not the onlv one. it the
aridity of my afnmarh-tho purest water- everything
I eat or drink instantly bocomnt acid, and in a few
moment I throw it up. At times it teemed to me
that t stream of acid from twin part of my syatem
wat ennatantty pnuring ita If into my ttomach. and
this arid inflamed my throat and brpat, or made my
Bronchitis wnrr; myhyaicianttaythey nnvorsaw
a per on a filleted with such an acid stomach they can
do nothing for me, tu lar as affecting a cure. . 1 have
used ho various alkalies, but I think thiy only ag
gravate the diseaao. it It fruo thoy give me a little
relief for a few moments.
But I suppose you would liko to know tho ofluct
produced on me, by the Oxygenated Bitters. Al
though I am not curod, the inndicine hat done more
for mo thtn all my physicians tnd thoir medicines. 1
hid not finished one bottle beforo it produced a groat
change in my strength, an 1 in overcoming the acidity
of my stomach; while using the third buttle; the acid
ity of my stomsch soomml to be overcomo, and my
food digested pretty well; I do not throw up much,
and henco I folt very much eicouragnd I believe if
I could use it regularly, for six months or a year, sc.
cording to directions, it would cure mo
Dr. O. O. Shirley, one of my physiciont, has re
commended your medicine to several persons, in view
ol the gnod etToct produced by it nn me. -
Respectfully, your friend.&c. JOHN MATHERS.
REED, AUSTI.V A Co.. Wholesale Drurcists. No.
20, Merchants' Row, General Agents.
rrice, finer doiiio; six ooirics lor fo.
NovlOSold by G. KAUFFMAN 4 Co., Lancaster.
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prepared from RENNET, or tho fourth stomach
orrai Ox, after uiroctions of Bsron LIEBIO, the
great Physiological chemist, by J. H. Houohtox, M.
1)., Philadelphia. This is truly a wonderful remedy for
luuigmuun, uj.iw.iM, ..uuiiicfl, liver complaint,
eonstipstion tnd debility, curing tfler Nature's own
method, by Nature's own agont, the Oattrie Juice
Pamphlets, containing Scientific evidence of its value,
furnished by tgentt gratis. See notice among the
medical advertinementt. . .. -. 47
. NEW ARRANGEMENT.
1HAV.C removed my office from Tallmadge Block
to Foster's BuiMing, aernnd floor, and continued to
give my undivided attention to the settlement and
collection of claims in Fairfield tnd tdjoining counties
Lancaster, nor vz, inoa. j. n. mumauum.
THE subscriber having greatly in
creased htfatock on hit msil routes
from Columbvi to Iancafer tnd from iMcaeter to
Athene, is fully prepared to canrr all who miv wish
to travel on these madtrwith fety, comfort and ce
lerity. His coaches, horses tnd drivers ire all ivo.
I Extra. Ho looks confidently to a generous public
for increasing patronage. M. Z. KREIDER.
tncsster, novemoer 10, leo'i dw
NEW BOOKS. ,
RESTORATION of Monarchy in France,
by Lamartine 3 vol
French Revolution of 184S, do - do
Quoechy, by author of Wide Wide World, vol
A step from the Now World to the Old. B.Tappan3v
Nile Notes ol a IIowadji,by George W Curtis .
The Howadji In Syria do do
The Day of Bruce, by O. Aquilur.9 vols
ixhub riina uo - - do
rresn i-eaves irom western woods, oy misi f uller
Men tnd Women of the 18th century, by Houtusge.Qv
Greenwood I .eaves by Grace Greenwood
Fresh Gleanings, Reveries of a Bachelor, tnd other
works of Ike Mareel, together with mtny other new
tnd va'usble books, and a lane variety of Novell for
ttle by JUHN I.. TUIH I LI.,
Oct. 4. Telegraph Building, oppoiitecourt-house.
TEW YORK REPORTS, by Oomitock, for tale
tvj by jutin u. luniiUL
Ula ilk Books.
A ALWAYS on hand, a supply- of Ledeers. Records
IX. Day-Booka, etc., together with all kinds of sta
tionary, for tile at unprecedented low prices, at tha
book store oi junn u luiniu.,
Nov 4 Telegraph Building, opposite court-bouts
Vnrle ; Tom's CnbiM !
WHICH is having an unprecedented run It Just
: j .j L?. ..i. : ,k. i i. r
W . WC . .U MW .... l-T M VII. W.n. ,IUIO ' .
JOHN L. TUTIIILL,
July 80 ' Telegraph Bul'ding. "
Estate of David Cherry.
NOTICE It hereby given that the undersigned hat
bees appointed and duly qualified tt Adn inistra
of tha Estate of Daviii Chkhht, deceased, lste of
Ftirfield county, Ohio. . All persom having clalmt
.ninirt taid Estate will nresmit them for settlpment.
legally authenticated within one year tad all those
udeMea win msice immediate payment. - ;
HARRISON APPLEGATE, Adrn'tori
October, 1853- 4w34 , ' "
. ..v.., i -v .::u, ii 1vi,.; 'V-"-
Tri-Wttilf OauHe.Yor the eonvstv
fence of persons residing upon tri-weeklv
mail routes, we propose iesulog, in coooeo
tinn with out Daily and Weekly publications,
a Trt-werkly Osteite, eontainlnj, In each
number, the matter published in two of oor
Daily publications Tbe arrangement will
take effect so soon aa enough of subscribers
are obtained to pay for the additional labor
and eapenae, and the terms will only be 3
per year to mail subscribers. At this rate,
but little more than (lie price of the Weekly,
most any one, residing fb the vicinity of tri
weekly mails, can be posted up every other
dsy. We sre induced to make the proposal,
as several of our friends sre anxious to re
ceive tbe newsoftener than once a wsek.
and have not tbe sdvantagea of dsily mai
Lettbem use a little influence and enough
subscribers eio soon be vbtsined. In these
days of railroad travel and lightning intelli
gence, we should all try to keep up with tbe
age in which we live.
The Wants of Ihe Printer. Ws want
Cash; we want Wood; we want many oth
er things; but all these ean be had, provided
we get the first. Friends, please bear tbia
in mind, aa ws are really in earnest. Some
of you, who have been holding off for years,
can greatly assist in replenishing our purse,
We think you have had the worth of your
money and we intend to give it to you
Thanksgiving Day. To-morrow being the
day appointed by the Governor of tbe Stale,
for Prayer and Thanksgiving.no paper wilj
be laaued from this office. The Weekly
will appear a little earlier than usual. We
suppose Divine services will be held in moat
of the Churches. We publish to-day a
touching little story which may not come
amiss. ' Remember tbe moral.
List of Premiums. Wu publish in part,
to-day, the list of premiums awarded at 'he
Fairfield county Agricultural Fair. It was
intended to have the whole appear in this
week's Gazette, but the list could not be
prepared in full. It will appear next week.
Closing Stores. One of our business men
. r .. . 4 1. . , I. a Gtira. and Rhnna.nf
jUIUI Ills u a . m- j " m u
the city will generally be closed and no bu.
ainess transacted on to-morrow, the same
will be the caae, on Christmas and New
A Local. A large number of the relatives
of the Edito of tbe Telegraph, passed
through town tbis morning. As Old Bur
gess would say .they are on their way to New
Hampshire toteach school. . ....
Air ocuca or vast Is worth a pound of theory- tnd
the swarm ol conclusive fictt that cluster round thst
incomparable preparation, IfooJIand's German Bit
ten, prepared by Dr. C M. Jackson, Philadelphia
itshHshing ha value as a tooie and restorative, are
turh at would prevent incredulity itself from quee.
tkming its elficary. In all ease of disease ol the
stimach, whether acuta or chronic, it may be re
commended for Ha toothing, cordial, and renovating
influence. Dyspepsit, nesrr onm, ios ot arpnnst
rea s, nervous tremors, relaxation, debility, ate-,
stj relieved, by tha Bitten ia a very inort ipeca of
tima: and a perserertnee in their use never fails to
w rk s thorough cure.
Poisoxixo. Thonssn ls of parents who uts Ver
mifuge composed of csstproil, calomel, etc., are not
aware that while Ihay appear to benefit the patient,
they are actually laying the foundation for a it
. i ' . . , r i! v. .
lea ol aueaae, loaa o siani, .v.
In another column will be found tbe advertisement
of Hobeniark's Medicines, to which we ak the atten
tion of til directly intered in their own as well as
thoir children'! htlth. In liver complaints and a I
diaord Tt ariaing from thoie of bllioui tvpe. should
m ke uieof tho only genuine medicine, Hobensack's
ii-iA.r Atrtirtdr but ask for Hob nssck't
Worm Syrup tnd Liver Pi Is. and observe thst each
hat thn aignsture of the proprietor. I N. Hobenaack,
as none else sre genuine. N. Y. Kxfrest.
. " . Receipt for the Gaxette.
John Snyder $3,50 Giles Bond 1,75
G. Vslenline. Jr., 1,75 Jscob 8hacBer 2,30
Wm. Sorrels 4,35 A. Hunter 1,00
At Midway. Arkansti, on tha 30th of October,
of holers, wilhin eight hours from the attack of tbe
disease, Mrs. MARTHA ANN LEVERING, daugh
ter of Mr. Thoinat Propeck, and contort of Mr. Hoa
ry Levering, ltto of this county. Tha deceited in
company with her husband and children were on their
way to Texas, with tha view ot making that S ite
their future home. ' '
8IGW OF THE
Pad-Lock & Mill-Saw.
WE would again call attention
to the advertisements of Ef-
rioKK, White st Latta, to be
found in to-day't paper. Their
motto haa tlwayi been forge stuVt
and small profits, ind to keep eon
atantl v on hand the larreit and be.t
tulectrd stock of HARDWARE to be found in this
mtr'iet. Under this system their bnsinwt hit steadi
ly iricressed for tha lsst three years, tnd their trade
now amounts to doublo that ol auy similar establish
ment. They purchase their rood almost entirely for
cash tnd directly from the Manufacturers and Impor
ters, ind ire thus enabled to otTer advantages on trade
that precludes the possibility of their being under
sold Look over there advertisements, and be sure
to give them a call. Nov 93
Chopping AxesI Chopping AxesK
1 .FARMERS will find -t the Orcof Hardware Store
A one of the Itrgest tnd best selected stock of Axot
ever before opened in tbis market, conaisting of
15 doz. Eagle Company's Axes, from 6 to 6 i.
Sft R. tt. Mann's do do to 6 "
10 Lippraeott's do do 5to6 '
All of the most approved pattern, and warranted
by Ihe manufacturers. '
EFKINHER WHITE & LATTA.
Lancaster, November 33, 1X62 98
... 11111 uiid frori ('til Saws
4dos- Km. Roland'a Mill Saws from to 1 rest.
3 do. Hoe's catttteel . d. do 6 to 7 do
6 do Roland's cross-cut do do 5 to 7 do
4 do H'-e's snd Diaton's do do 5 to 7 do
For tale cheap by' . . ' '
. ; KKKINfiER WHITE A LATTA.
Lanctiter, November 33, 183. 1 ' ' 38
4ii!ihi!.4 1iitu.:! (kuino!!
WE have now in store and which wa purchased
belbri the lste advance in Iron:
6110 pair twisted and straight link trace Chains,
9000 fts Griffin's log chaint, '
Alao i Urge ataortinent of Breast, Halter and Cow
chains, Wood hamea, etc etc.
. ElrlNGKR. WHITE &. LATTA.
Lancaster, November 33, 1 853 . - . 34
Iron. . Iron, ,. Iron, Iron,
TTIt generally admitted
.A Iron told by ut it
it sup rior
quality to any other in the mar
kut. We have now In our VVirehoue,
300,000 fts, Rolled and hammered lRO ,
6,0UI " Cast, shear, blister ind tprine STEEL,
Blncksmiths will alao find s large lot of Anvili,
solid Box Vices. Kilos. Rasot. etc. etc. ....
Which will be told cheaper thin thoy eanbebougl
KrTINGER. WHITE. it. ATTY '
November 38, I85J ,. ', . M. ' ." 4W,
. Estate of John Ilnttoa. ., , .
(VOnCE is hereby riven that tho subseribaT bat
la been appointed and qualified as Executor on the
estate ot johs huttok, ooceaaea, late or rainieia
county, Ohio. All persona hiving claimt igainat said
Estste will present then for settlement, legally au
thnntlcated within one year and all those indebted
win niaae imaieaiaie pavmem. . A 1
WILLIAM HUTTON, Executor
November II. IR534w36 . . -.
Estate of Christian J. Aradt. f
THOSE Intereated will Uke notice, that tha rob
scriber hat been appointed and qualified ss Ad
ministrator fe aonfsnos. of the Eattte orCaaisriA
t . j .-1 l.,n nl Vatvneld eoiintv. Ohio.
'0VSw34 - JOHN Bv MARTIN,AeWtor-J
ale of Real Katate by oNer of Cosrt,
,''Vl'';TWMh.p Na .,. fwohd,Jdli.r..d.hHl S,.
'r!ttl, fsS "Z.1Z l'iKcr!t!"' , from date, al.k.rr.. iJ'.
,'Kttii2,?H- T Undated 0..r,V li u.j.Tm
Trrwu o f SU "--fmirtS U h,..t.l -Llu u
thr equal aawaaj isswalsMsiU. with iaMsvM mm sto
forrad psyin Ml from dav of aU.
A'itV WAHNKR. Rr.li '
U Lanmry nf Xrmucl Warmer.
Novimbo 23. 1X -
la CMrt of CeHBitxa. Pies, I'alrtelVco.
WJLUAMO WATSON. 1 ,
'pilEDefefidanrfwhc-e place of roslj mem Is os
) ''f'v Wrtifixl that h.,. thMrha
f.. b" ty ag-l"" riorh- Clw.'s tanVeof
! Con, HI -a-lor tirfi UcouMv.Oh .
" - " M Mid curt
Attorney fur Petitio tt.
November .6. t4
Important lo Faaaill.
'TMIB subscribe bas open-4 a Batetsev Hnn.
L in Martin's Row. twrt doon Rtnilli mi the tW
Ollice, where ho will keop oa hand, tt all ti.
Hie PUIMIC are r.4nArtfullw InvHwl t IJ u.
they wish tnything in his tine, end he will wiearor
rmm iir siuflaciMii, both la aaality and price.
n , . jLs.SE ANUtltSON.
October 11. iOI 23
AL'. Persons wishisar to obtain superior Darner
(O.'vpe pirtliros ."warrantad fa iUui" ! wm.
ry reaaonable price, will do well to call it my room a,
in Gieay'e frarao building, third Hoar, oMrinco ome
door East nf the Mocking ally Bank.
I .n..n. n- 1MI I) ii ir.nnni
lse IIowCn Cough Candy.
SOLD wholesale and rntsil by E. L. SLOCHll,
. Uru.'at. Laartstar. Ot.i
, Uruwt, Lancaster, Cmie -
November so, (CI
PUOTKCTIOM l.XXUItA.ICE tDJIPASY
OK IIARTTORO, CONNECTICUT.
tnnual Premiumi, Cspital Slock tnd Western fund,
Thil Office haa now Iraawted busiaess tor store
thani 4DiaTla or AciTuar,during which period
II II. uutvu
' ioo.coo itisKssr
And insured real tnd prrmnil propeity against loss
' hj i ire ana .vaier so inn value os si leatY -
Two lluotlml .Minianscf Dollars
IN THE WlTEttX STATES.
Several Thousand Lotam have keen iBcarrsal neoa
the above jisks, all ofwbisb have been adjusted at the
tiftrrul Atienvy Oltire
At Cincinnati and paid wi b the utmost praw4jttide
according to tbe condiiiuos of the Policy, as may be
teen bv the receipts of the tnversl claimants on file.
Applications received, and Policies issued oa layer
able terms, by
WILLIAM r. LKr.r.II. Art. fro. Int. to-.
Nov t for Lancaster and FakJleU comedy
Htateaseat of the CoodiUtra t rairteM
Coaaty Uvl;s laatitate,
MONDAY, NoTBsae I, ItiAS.
Notes end Bills Discouated
Due from Ohio Banks.....
Personal Props ty. .......
R -al Estate
,. i6o m
- 1VI J
. 1. 7 IS OS
. 33,096 74
, $ JEimt uu
uue to Uruo lianas.
Divideads anpaid. .
Due Depositors ...
C. F. OAHAGHTY, (VuAisr.
LltCtSICIl TO tOLU.mtlS.
THE TACKET LANCASTER.
rilHE Kine Packet Ltnctster will continue to make
X regular trips between Lsacaster tnd Columbus,
i folLowr Leavinr Lancaster on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Sundayt at 4 o'clock. P. M-, arriving in Co-
ureous in lime lor ine morning trains oi iars, smur
to Cleveland or Cincinnati: lea vine Columbus oa Mon
days, Wednesday! and Fridays after the arrival of the
iincinnau iraia or iars. ii uau pan ugi o cioca, r.
M .and arriving at Lancaster tt half past sight tho
nexi morning. (.
t or lnl.irraation in regira io passage or ireinr, ap-
y on board at Lauicaster, or to . reiioo, propraeiur
Columbus. Omnibuses ire in redinets tt Coisimbws
to carry paatengera between the packet and tho cars
both ways. II. IL JEWRIES, Captain.
September xz, low.
CALL AND SETTLE.
THE subembCTtwingunJer obligation to elosotho
bniineasofthe-latofirm of McBRlDE It MIL
LER. respectfully invite all persons knowing them
selves indebted to said firm, to call and pay their notes
snd accounts previous to la 16th of December next, if
delayed aitor that time, all claims will be put into the
hand, of proper othcera lor col lectma
...i. . . m m,i - . t r ml I rn
Sill lerapon, sep. J, ir.,-oa v,. v. aiii-r.n. ,
FARM FOR SALE. ,
THE undersigned, being desirout to change hit bu-tino-s
ot life, now o If era tor talu a valuable
K ARM, situate in Bloom township, rairneia county.
Ohio, one nail mile norm ia tne town ot Koyaitoa.
aaa baid t arm cosnaint over
'TTWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-TWO tv
ACRES: more than two-thir.lt of the lame under
good slate of cultii atioo, and the balance well timber
ed. There are two firm house, and a largo barn oa
tho same, and aeveral springs of never tailing water.
and aa archaic ml too choicest snoctions ol sranes
Slid Farm can bo divided so as to make two good
farm., and will bo told wipe rate or together, to auit
f or particulars, aa io price sua wrms person w
sirous of purchasmg,aro referred to A. McVeigh, Esq ,
Lancaster. Ohio, or to the undersigned, who will be
found on the premises during the next two weeks.
Sept 13, 1853 - JAMES A. HAKKlSUft.
DRY GOODS AND CARPET STORE.
JOHN SIIILLITO & CO., .
No. IS Km Foarth Street, Clactaaall,
RESPECTFULLY Inform their eastomera tnd
purchasers generally, that they ere now opening
a Urge ind complete aaaortment of
FtNCY AND STAPLE ENGLISH. FRENCH,
GERMAN AND AMERICAN
T"g" U CE CE CD CU 63 o
. Alao aa extensive assortment of .
FOREIGN AND AMERICAN CARPETING.
Purr ha and and Imported previous to the late ad-
iica. which we offor at as low prices as similar
Goods can bo bonght In tne united Mates.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
Thoron.lilv leitoned. from 3 to 34 f -et in width;
a lam Stock ilwtvt on has.!. Families. Hotel k;op-
era, Steamboat Owners and Strangers may depend
upoa aiding me nest eitsa cm uoeas in our line.
Prices it low at they can be purchased in the East
erlies. Uitocer si, i. omzo
A LARGE Assortment ot every variety of style.
J", fram oliui to most besotilu Turner tMndmr.
and eatremely low prices, at the hook store of
November 0 jum.i u. iuihiul.
Pocket Dooks Wallets, Porte Moales
A ND CARD CASKS of every kind and style
iuat rocoivsd and for sale very ow it the boo
- - . . .a ini.O imniuti
Ju'y'30, JOHN . L. TUTHIIX
" FIRST ARRIVAL. '
TJST received Mom New York, by R Flt-U"""
s thirty-thn-e do.en Kossutli tnd Bitgysr
for men and boyt. They will be sold U lowprics-
Septerabor-J., loi. , , . :J
WHOLXiAbir Ann t . nvn
Evorv Vnriely of F r "ccr,e' 1 ro
- visions, Notion-, CoraBno .
, mid Stonewarn,
'.-"" .AX1!ASTER. OHIO.
IN'vrTE"S the sttenlion of the country ind eRy tride
V. .hL erfemive irrival Trom New YorS, lik-
ma& hVrtmeot complete ... Ha is read, al .all
EmeTtc I "tend to the wanU of his cujtomert, snd let
hhTunderslood tt all times that he tells on the ever
. lower thin tny house m Fiirfit! 1.1 county, with
.V?.. . nnderitandins that sav art ids bought at
his establishment that don't give satisfaction, on ra-
tura of tho stme, tne money wui ov rami
Unca-ter.Ju'y 30, 1H53 IrowSmd
. MEWTOH . 8CIILEIC1I,
Alt'y SVCoMasellornt Law Notary Pabltc.
i TJtKCASTKR, OHIO. . ' ;
OFFICE In. the Tallmadge Block, tosond flooj
idioiaiog Mayor Creed's omcs. , .
1larch 26, IbM . , ;
" ' 'J."r ,. . . . . i awttaiics wutch taul eot-earenrthoait
t r--I"m IT M t1aaSk.l.aes..aa . I s k. sf
L 'r"Tta"1wiiih m. sndswiblogforeaiiw,.
" . f I 'all e y with the persm
"ri r4oe. i.ich kj will tSmJmn
and oMaiood my fraud and duress. Tubs tntwo Ls
rswresore te warn all poreoaa asaiatt taking thetawo,
and that I will net mmr ailhaw -M any at theea ki.
dei. S' iLlsv.Oix miW,T
Laiwaater. Keveaabsr 18, ID rtf
. ...... i i.i. t m,
I'ssrle Tom a 4 ubls
VKI -I'xle Tosn's Cabin at k tt," fer sals at the '
cky Honk Store, oppoeito h(Tr's Hotel, by
NoTxsabw U, mi JOHN tAstLi;ij.
Ilutnrr sr ilir UlriimM War.
l?OB Sale at tho city Book Store, by.
r Nov III JOHN fEARLZfl
Krirrimer n Bai hrlor,
YDCXO Mae's cosnasdlor, ParUlae gights and .
Pn-nch PriecioUa Ulautntnh Golden rhaia links
uf friendship, tot sale st tho cky Book storo, opposite
tll.fr-.'. II.J..I 1 'if.LlhS uL'.D V'D
Mfr of ilir I'mprptra Jokc-pliliir, -
Br I. C. Hoadlry; Life of the Emperor Napoleon,
by J C Lorknart, for sals at the city book store
Nnvesabsr 10 JOHN SEAHLKS
"JOfCE to tbe Yeuei.Vt'oodwertli t Young People's
T "". for salets the city book itore
Jns AArtsssM of fine Books."
I .EXPRESSLY (or the Ladtes, for tale tt the city
ll book store JOHN SEARLKS
Fiur tssarmeal of Bibles.
OF sll kinds, st reduced priest, for sale st ths cKy
bookstore . . JOHN 8KARLES .
Ilr-ntitt'ti Poriiml Works.
rpoPPEB-Sdo: Woodworth's do; Kirk Whlu't do,
l CamBUU's d Milton's do: Younr't do: Scott'l
do; Byron's do; Burn'tdo; all for sale it tha city book
Hare, oppeetia, onsauev m mm
Porkft Blnnk Dooke,
Oy ill kinds, for sale at tha city book store
November III . JOHN 8EARLE8
A Fine IM ol Novels, t
I A TEST Mabliratioa, (or sals at the eitr bonk store
J November IU JOHN REARLES
Port nM., rocket M ullets,
CARD Cases snd Penknives, for sale st the cky
book storo JOHN 8EARLE8
I Voaxi Asworluicul ofScbOOl Itook
V til km da, for Sals it wholesale ind rettn pricaa
V" st the ertv book store, opposite snuner-s nous
Estate of George KHae.
THE tmderaigned has this dsy boon duly Qualified
.. I'..tn? nl the list will and testament tf
Gkoko Klisi, deceased, late of Greenfield Urwtv
.hip, airtistd coonty , Ohio. AU persons owing
Estate are roqnestod to mike payment to J"
Mastis. my Atlornety and all persoas having
cUims nviu said lustoto. anil '7
Uctooer 1W. asar aw v, ww R- ,
NOTICE is hereby givsa, that a petition win be
presented to tbe CooMaissioaers of Ftiriatid coua
ty st their swat rsgulsr sostion, to vacate that part of
be State Road, hennaing at the hooee of Samaof kjrk
wood, ia Ciearcnek township; thenea southwardly to
when at iatemcts too ZtaesviKe nvi Mayarllle
Botd. OrtoborSS, 1864. 4w34 ,
Estate of Cob rati Fetters.
NOTICE is hereby given, that tba subscriber has
been appoint bd and qua lined ss Administrator
on the Estate of Connas frr-nra Weaed, late of
Fairtmld county, Ohio. J. B- MUMS uuu. Aam.
I sSiSTiar i mr-rr "
Notice to the Creditors of the ZaaesviUe at
Haysvllle Taraaike Road Coaspaay.
fTMIE creditarsef the said Road Company, who have
I ro, b.Mnin. KUd ihcir claim, with the Receiv
er, agreeably te the notice for tbe "Kale of the Zanee
rille and Mtysville Turnpike Road," are further so
tified to promt their claimt to tho Court of Caamoa .
HI ess of Muskingum coaaty, at tho adjourned session
thereolsa the 37th dty of December next. All clalme
not filed sgraoably to this aotlco. will bo forever ss
eluded fiomany tartUlpatioa in the Proceeds of tba
sale of said Road, fat the event of tha confirm atloa -thereof.
For tho eonvameaea of creditors, claims may no
filed with the ancVrraignod, to bs reported by bias
to tho toasioB of tho court above mentioned.
A. BASSS.l l. Jtctwtv.
Lancaster, October 14. 1863 33
v n aj. ( Wauta. at Lancaster, will
receive claims to bs presented to tba Court by the
NEW E ALL GOODS A largo sad general sssora
mmt Mwaoeeitv. and bamins to bs bad at tba
cheap storo oppoeito shssOer's Uotol.
Movasraor B. lose.
Silks Bareges, Bareges, De Lalnes aa4
PUNS, selling at aaaially low IfHces st -April
AHSIGIfEEm NOTICE. .
A Dividend ofDABiat. Lewis a Co s enecis, wiu
tornado on or about the 3Uth of October neat.
Su k of tho creditors ss bare aot presented uev
V, ILSUPl a uaiauu,
Lancaster. Ju-y 3a 1S63 ii"
Fairfield Cobsbbob Pleas, Oct. Terns, 1838.
JOHN H. REAMER. )
THE above defendant, being a nen-reaident of the
State of Ohio, will tske notice that a peUUoa iwas
nUbited against him, by laid Hannah .
n.ky-r,k. emit of common Pleas, for 1H6M
l. mmj i.r ,k. at Fairfield and State of Ohio,
nin thai tho aaarrisre contract exittinc betwoeB
said path ioaer sad said defendant be dissolved. Tba
amamm, mat fcwth ineaid aetitioa era. 1st. wilful absence
on the pert of said defendant lor more tntn tnrea years
. ' : n 1 I I j 1
prior to ming wmi pgi n mju - -
3rd, grott neg'urence ana wi, ssutb.
P. VAN THUMP,
Attorney or Petitioner.
DiasolatioB of Partnership.
'I1HE Psrtnership heretoloro existing between tha
1 Mbsrriben.anderlhaaameof Ctr A Evaasota, ,
has been thit day dissolved by mulusl consent All
.w.w. knwinr themselves Indebted by note or '
o' ber wise will see the necessity of calling immediate-
ly and settling. The notes. Boons, etc , win no lonna
at their old stead, either of the partners are authorix-
Jte settle. ' . AOB CLY.
Novembar , 1063. ad.s i.iui3uu.
n-Th.nWfiil for nast favors, the subscriber intends -
continuing the bu.lness tt the OLD STAND, wbera
can be found at all times, the greatest variety of FAM
ILY GROCERIES, which am bS to o on msonaota
Lancsater. Novembers, ioo. .
Estate of John 8. Maaly.
fVTOTICE is hereby given, thst tha undersigned has
1 been appointed and duly qualified as Administra
tor of the Eatete of Intra 8 Maitlv. deceased, ltto or
Fair6od county, Ohio.. All persons having claims
against taid EaUtowill present them for settlement,
il.ll. ...ihrmtieatnd wit) in one year and a l those
dabted will aaake immodiata pa ment.
JOSEPH O WISEMAN. AAn-tor.
F.state of Abraham Ilite.
1VTOTICE is hereby given thai tho undersigned ha.
l ke.n7.noanted an.l qualified ss Executor on tho
Eetatoof awa- Hni. deceaaed. late of Fairfield
ZZ rih AH peco"' having claims against said
ewnty.OhiaAp s .llysu- '
rhentkited wWiin one year-and all those indebted
willm"."'" YSlcNAOHTEN. Executor.
Xfovembcr 18. 1853 ' 4w37
A Vwlwnble rnrm for Suit?,
mil E subscriber will sell hit Farm, one mils west v
A of Lancaater. containing 168 acrea, 80 seres of
i.i.i. rm.raA an.l under rood cultivation. There .
it a rood fvovmna Mru. on tho seme, situated with.
in a few rods oi the ZanesvUU snd JdaysviUe Tula
pike, with two good run of stones, turned by aa ,
overshot wheel. There ire also on tho premises tlireo
never fsiling tpringt of wateMeeomntodious sad
convenient dwelling House, spring no, aaiu,am mm
orchard of first rale fruit. Being desiroui ito remove
tothe lVett. tho tubtcrlber win aispose oi ine amrs
Unds upontermi imt cinnot iih sun miv"
wlahtogto Prcnr. .-o..r- -"-VnTOn,
rrrcn...i gi,i hand. Whits lad. purs, IB
lV Kersand dry, Venetian Lead, Yellow Ochre,
Prussian Blue, Red ld. Litharge, IjnseouUli.bperm
Oil, Corn Oi, copal Varniah, coach do., ctawne Yel
low, do. ureen, r.T r nw. . c. --j "r 7 , '
Turpentine, Urd Ol'.Fish OUWUcohol Japaa Varnish,
SNOW Will lb ifcinv, rAini,
that will not turn yellovr. AU of wkdeh wlllie som
Low for cah. . r
; ' rtrc Prnof PislMt. '
CHOCOLATE' COLOR, s cheaptnd durable Paint