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CITY OF LANCASTER.
'MeouxfMAff ii Tth E ltEPli'BLI-
.; - Cincinnati, July 23d, 1855.
' Toth Membsrs of the Anierlian Order in Ohio:
The notion of the I3tlt of July Conven
tion is before the public, mid a seuse of
iy to you as well us justice to myself
prompts "me to place before you what 1
conceive to be the iruo position of tho Or
der in this connection.
"... Un to the hour wIiimi the 8tnte Council,
nt its session in Cleveland, djci:od to prist
pone nil further action in tho nintter of
nominations until the 7th of August, your
executive had taken no part in either the
mode of nomination or the candidates to
be nominated, but had confined hirusolf to
tlio discharge of his official Julius, leaving
the membership to a free and unbiased
action. But when it became apparent that
our nwmiieriiliip would not only largely
participate, but be the controlling element
in that convention, I felt thntit bocoinu roy
dul v to do all iu mv power to secure the
nominntiou of such a hen J to the ticket as
. woull be most acccp aMe to the Order,
. nnl vi',h tliisvumr I labored earnestly and
lioiittsily to dfctt the iioniiiisilion of Mr.
Chase. The result is beloru you
7 tlwJatTjflU mvi most- 'respectable conven-
turns ever hehf in the biaie, m point ol
, numbers, intellect nod character, a deci-
de l majority of which wera members of
(lit). Ajucrican .parly jilcarly, and, fairly
nominated that guntluinan as the. candidate
. at their choice for the Gubernatorial chair.
'The rest of the ticket if I am rightly advis
ed, are not only members of tho American
party, bnt especially acceptable lo it, and
cuiiiieiuly quilifiutl for the positions for
. which they have been selected. What,
then, is the duty and policy ( for I hold them
.. Llenlical) of our Order in view of this
It has ever been hel I by all parties, that
holding a place in any convention or body
. by.rvprcsuntaiion or in person, where con
' flicUng interests or views are represented
, -commits those participating to the sup
. pprt of the nation of tho body unless
.-protest or withdrawal u then am tiieiih
' mauf.. Whs there any such withdrawal
or protest and if not how stands the
. cane. ;. '
',-t. - It is urged by somo that the head of the
ticket is antagonistic to the principles of
. our Order. Many good and true member
' of the American Parly have fallen into the
popular error that "Americanism" consists
;inuiei'o antagonism to the Foreign and
Catholio tendencies of a portion of our
True Americanism is not simply a nega
tive a mere antagonism it is an aeiive
living principle the embodiment of Lib
City in its widest and most enlarged sense,
developed by a free education, directed by
tho: teachings of Christianity, with the
' world for its - area, and the whole human
family for iis recipients.
This living priuuiplo of Liberty tho all
pervading aspiration of the soul of man
wherevcr.ami however situated we call
"Anv'tjoanisin," for it is herein America
that it is to be, nud is bejng developed,
To us as a 'nation is manifestly committed
tli'i wissiim of' aotuluoUiig it to a full mul
final JiiCulj)UK!ut,und 'MH'ufti- it abroad
rtmong tho iiirttoiik' of the Earth. Then
lot iivnotwmpmmisotliu high trust confi
.ded to n by utteniiiing to circumscribe
its limits or set bounds for its action, but
give it the illimitable suopn indicated hy
its divine origin, knowing or acknowledg
, ing no sectionalisms, Torth or South, East
. or West,
. .With this enlarged and proper view of
the object, and mission al " Amcrtcjtnibm"
there can bo no serious cause for appre
hension or distrust fur any portion of the
' ticket nominated at Co!uuibus--thbro is no
i positive antagonism to our principles,
but very, much that advocates mid sustains
n them. -
But supposo there bo in tho minds of
some, an opposing cleiuoiit in the material
, of tliA ticket was not that Convention
largely composed of mmbors of our Or
' dur and can we as an Order repudiate the
ticket and not repudiato our membership
who were in the majority in that Conven
tion? Wo declined lo liominato at Cleve
. laud, with the distinct avowal that all who
chose might lake part in the 13ili July Con
vention; and now, after having done so,
and having secured lo our party eight nut
of the nine nominees, shall we prove our
sol es so unstable and unreliable that we
will not observe tho good failh usual to tho
old political parlies whom wo arc accustom
od to call dishonest and corrupt. It has
been said that d elegates went into that Con
vention with a menial reservation. It ts
. Kcarccly creditable that an American, a
member of the American Parly and one
. who so enjoyed i:s conliileiico as to be se
lected as its agent in an important Con-
. vention would so far forget himself, his
party and his country, as to descend to tho
Jesuitical dishonesty of "mentul reserva
tion." If there be such among us let them
ba rejected and spurned as they deserve
, let us hold no fuith with such base-
i It is urged by-many that the nomination
of Mr. Chase oommils the American Par
ty tij the nntloxBojru'Dl . of tho ultra views
that may bo entertained by that gentleman.
If it -be true thai tho nomination of Mr.
Chase commits tho American Party to the
v advocaey of his views, how much slrong
- or, tlien, I ask, by the same rule, are Ins
' frienJscomniittcd to Americanism. 1 leave
the answer - to thoso who have urged this
While it rs n Well established fact, that
. tho great body of the Order in Ohio are
opposed to any intermeddling with the pe
culiar institutions of the Slave States, li is
equally certain that they are decidedly and
.earnestly opposed to all extension of slave
- territory, i lie Kansas and Nebraska out
rage have so intensified this fueling, that
it were idle to attempt to disguiso the fact
that at this timo it is the predominant
ijuesiion. ot tne Worth, ovor-riuini: all
' Oihers.' .
'M"r. Clwo 'having manfully stood up in
the Senate (luring the whole term of his
election in opposition to tho encroachments
of the Slave power, an;l especially distin
' guishing himself by his determined resist
ance to tho. Kansas and Nebraska bill,
seemed especially litieu. as tlie person
through whom ft significant rehuke should
. be administeicd to the perpetrators of that
great iniquity, and in this is lobe found the
. .' secret of Iho nomim lion of Mr' Chase, by
'm . '-'. loncomposed of adeciik'diniiiori
, j tv, liol.ling oppnto views on most fjues
Opposing, as I honestly did, the nomi-j
nation of Mr. Chase, knowing that lie
would not be acceptable to many of the
American narlv. vt Calmer tVit hn ven
openly and fairly nominated, I cannot con
sent to the repudiation of his name, and so
tar as 1 am personaly concerned, shall sup
port him, conceding the same individual
right to all others; but I am clearly of the
opinion that a concerted opposition of the
Order, to the head of the ticket, would ren
der us obnoxious to the charge of bad
faith, and seriously damage the character
and standing of the American party, and
imminently endanger its prospects of suc
cess. THOMAS SPOONER.
TIIK OHIO PllLSS.
In an article relative to the nomination
of Mr. Chai ), afu-r s.a'ing that opposition
TOTIIE KfltTIlliU LXTEXoION OF SI.AVEltV is
the issue in this canvass, the Cincinnati
Cvmiiteniul, an independent paper, says:
1'. is propor for us to say that we nro no
Abolitionist. Wu hold Slavery to bcypuro
ly a matter of local concern, and that to
make or unmake it belongs alone to tho
Slates or their pijoplo. So far as any of
its rights are guaranteed by the constitu
tion of tho United States, lot them be pro
tected by the National Legislature; but no
further. Neither are any large number of
the people of Ohio Abolitionists. As a
whole, the constitutional rights of" the
South woulJ be as safe in their hands as in
own. Aroiijerf by An act of bad faith
oh the part the South, they find them
selves acting, to a limited extent, in the
hue with Abolitionism that is to say, in
asset ting the rightsof Free Soil in the Ter
ritories; but that Ohio is in future to lend
itself to unconstitutional efforts to dissolvo
the slave tenure, need not be apprehended.
Ii is not for this purpose that Mr. Chase
has been nominated, and it is not with this
view that thousands of judicious and con
servative men will give him their support.
But there is a feeling prevalent througout
the Stale, that in the repeal of the Missou
ri Compromise, not only a wrong against
human liberty everywhere was perpetuated,
but that an act of unparalleled insolence
toward the North was committed, demand
ing on i's part, some unmistakable testimo
nial of its resentment.
Neither, so far as we can discern, is
there any compromiseofprineiple in givin"
support to Mr. Chase. There-are at pres
enltwo parties and two tickets, anil there
is little probability that there will be a
third. ThoquuHiion is between Mr. Clir.se
and Mr. Medill, or some other person who
undcrcxisiing circumstances, may bo put
in his place. Admitting tho Fusion plat
form to be free soil in its terms, there is no
doubt tho democratic lenders would readily
make theirs twice as much so to secure thu
success of their ticket. Indeed, there has
been too much said about their designs to
fioosoiliise both tho tickets and the creed.
to leave it a matter of doubt that the thing
has been under serious consideration.
They know too well that unless something
of this kin I can bo accomplished, their
chances are desperate; and under such cir
cumstances, it will not do to bo too scrup
ulous. As between Mr. Chnso and Mr.
Medill personally, there can bo no compari
son. Admitting that Mr. Chase is scllish,
ambitious, unscrupulous, tc., a part of
which qualities are good, and a part not so
good noboilywho knows both can deny
that, while in the qualities of a statesman
he is tho superior, in thoso of a thrifty poli
tician, few men are more accomplished than
How the People Ntnml.
The following extract of a letter from
a friend in MeConnclsville, lo tho editor
of tho Ohio Slate Journal, will show how
tho nominations are received in Hamilton
IhoSla'o ticket nominated by the glo
rious Convention of the 13 h, gives entire
satistaclion to the. invtiiciblu Republicans
oi tins county,
Some of our dear doughfuccd Slave De
mocrats, among whom you may class an
ex-Probate Judge, who was hanging in
and about thu Convention on the 13th,
nro busily engaged in concocting all kinds
of stories, ns well as harnains, lo distract,
and if possible, defeat not only our ex
cellent Stalo ticket, but to defeat tho Re
publicans of this county on their local
ticket. Do not he surpnscd to see a call
issued by the Locofoco Central Committee
for an anli -K. N. Convention, to nominate
acoun'y ticket, by whie.h means limy hope
to catch somo anti K. N. Whigs. In a
contest of the kind likely to result from
such management as is threatened, count
on 000 majority for old Morgan for tho
whole Republican ticket.
A letter from a well informed sotirco to
the samo papor, promises 2,000 majority
in old Stark. Only two or thrca bolters in
tho county among the old fogies. The teo-
i.ie are united and ready for the contest.
From Licking county its information is
to the point. All dissatisfaction is disap
pearing. There will bo a tremendous rally
among tho friends of freedom in Lickin".
Hie same information reaches the Jour
nal from Wayne, Ashland and Ilichland.
Olil Mu-kmcuni stands tip to tho work
manfully. There will bo a largo incroaso
in sevoral of these counties.
Tho editor of tho Grecnvillo Journal
closes an article on Iho prospect in Darke,
as follows ;
Tho Puoplo carried in Darke lust fall by
majorities ranging from 800 to 1000; we
elieve tins year they will carry it by 2,-
000. Wo have only this to sav lo them
manage your own affairs in your own
way, honorably and fairly, looking in tho
selection of your own candidates, to the
great Jell'ersoiiian qualifications of "hon
esty ana capacity.
Puof. Faiuiisiieii thk Elocutionist.
This gentleman is expocled lo visit
pla.e and deliver Iih lectures upon Elocu
tion or tho art of reading
He explains his subject by a scientific
analysis of Hie fundamental principles, and
shows the way lo acuuire a fn
musical voice combining volume and rich
ness of tono both for singing and reading-All
who aro interested in literary and
intelectual pursuits will bail - bis coming
wtih pleasure. He is now in Chillicolhe
holding forth to- tho penplo of that city
and will visit us as soon at consistent with
other arrangements. V '
Due notice will bo given either by pla
cards or through iho columes of our pa-
Sugar Grore Meeting!
The last Eagle, in a flaming advertise
ment, announces a Mass Meeting of the
"faithful few" at Sugar Grove, on Satur-
rlnv nuTh niwl if triev kIiaM fcnfrfil in irflt- )
, .. j e,--
ting as mauy hearers as they have speak
ers announced, they will have a very xe
spectable Locofoco meeting. -
We notice among the speakers the name j
of ono Col. Msdarv. We presume he is I
the present editor of tho Ohio Statesman
former candidate for Governor, Ex-Minister
to Chili, (that is, ho was appointed,
drew his 6,000 out-fit and didn't go!)
Ho is the samo Med.vRT who has stolen
more off the S'ate Treasury in the shape J
"perquisites," thnu any other man in Ohio,
and who for the last twenty years has la
bored harder to hold tho Democratic Par
ty by the nose than any other man in it,
except, perhaps, his pet candidate for Gov
Americans will also remember that this
is also the same Samuel Medurij, who, by
his unprincipled and libellous course to
ward tho American Parly in the States
man, ngged on a band of Foreign Bullies,
until on the 4th of July last, they murder
ed an American in cold blood in (lie open
streets of Columbus, because he was an A
meriean ; nnd Dow' jnati fa's" tho act,-and
refuses to publish tho facts ns they. were
devoloped before a legal tribunal, thvs
holding himself virtually accessing to a bold
and deliberate murder ! This man is now
put forth by tho leaders of the Old Line
parly to stump tho State, and teach Ame-
icams Democracy !
Oh shame ! where is thy blush? We
humbly suggest lo those having the mat
ter in charge, that they send for tho famous
Matt Ward and his celebrated Hardin
County jury, as proper company for Ibis
"old wheel hoss," in his tours through the
State; the company would then bo com
pleto anil appropriate.
"How Now?" Sum Medury's "talent
ed editor" of tho Ohio Eagle, who by the
by, is very industriously at work just now,
for ihe good of tho "dear people," in order
to secure a seat in the next Congress-
(don i laugh, dear reader, lor it is even
so,) wr nls to know our "position" in re
gard to Mr. Chase in tho coming canvass
Now, wo have never yet learned from
any source, that tins important specimen
of "tnlenl" was an authorized "father con
r i . .
lessor, niu; until wo see ins papers we
shall most respectfully decline catering for
his benefit; nud by tho way of sugges
tion, merely would add, that iflio will on
ly take care of his own "position," ho will
find his hands full. If the American Pir
ly support Mr. Chase, wo can assuro him
that even Sam Medarv'a efforts, couulcd
- x -
with those of a Hardin county jury and
his own, will not savo tho entire crew.
They aro doomed to go under.
A Small L'huitcr on Ruts Especially
French I2ats. -Xl is generally agreed among
all writers upon the subject that llats, es
pecially Old Hats, and more particularly
strango It.ats, nro very troublesome nud un
ifying. "According to our opinion the
whole band and species should be ignored
and turned al large. Among that class of
4Wu dV0 lurittt lo ltMl!rtf,"
is ihoFrcnch Uat.lheold Uvvy'i'urlieu Von'
who puts on "airs accordin,"we love to see
them strut ami
"Horvu out lleiir lirlef hour"
and then retire into iho beautifully small
'llu knit them waiting,
Too, too lonif.'i
It wis our fortuno some days sinco to
moot with one of this class of Hats, a venera
ble old grey one.who'alks with all the gusto
imaginable of vned myrunde cow-hiding,
ifcc. It was ouo of tho vonorahle repm-
sentatives of the "Do Grande Val" fam
ily of ancient memory.
Ho mi a I 'mi ni mott nohlo,'
but for some reasjn altogether unknown lo
us ho has fallen fromliis high station and
unless wo pay somo attention to him will
go to his grave
"l'nwi-i, iinlionoroil iiml iiihuiik."
Any one of our renders may sec this an
cient specimen of French Hiiniauity nlmost
any hour of the day crawling around tho
portals of the Tallinadgo House, and with
out much effort may receive a small spec
imen of genuine fon'ign insuls. Cull and
It i ii my Lund Wiri-:iit.
For tho convenience) of tint pulilio we
liuvo obtiiinud ot T..W. Tallinmlgo, Esq,
who deals in L.tnd Wurinnts, in our city,
tho followinp; form fonissiy-niii"; Land Witr
runts sis jircscribod by tho Commissioners
of Iho general Lund Otlioo:
loritt for tho AMklsriiineiit of I. and
For value recolvcd, I, A. 11., to whom the within
warrant No. was issued, do hereby sell and as
sign unto , of , nud to his heirs and assigns
forever, the sold warrant, and authorise III in to locale
the uina, and receive a pitent therefor.
Witness my band and seal, Ibis duy of 185 ,
Allest: A, B. mil,.
K. F. 11
ArtncKtttlfHt fiifsa by a .hi nice cf the Viae:
Sr.vts or "f , Cntia rv or .
On this duy of -, in the year , beforotno,
personally came , In me well known and acknowl
edged tho foregoing assignment lo bo his art and
deed ; and I fortify that Ihe said , Is the identical
person to whom Ihe within warrant Issued, and who
executed Hie foregoing assignment thereof,
The corUScate of Iho County Clerk' as to the officer,
and that hi signature I genuine, must also be attach
ed. Tho assignment must bo made on tho back of
Hatmond it Co's Menagerik and Cm
rinni'8 Circus AVilf bo in town next Mon
day we are assured tlmt this Exhibition
excels any of the senson. Of course the
canvass will be ' crowded, as everybody
aod his" wife Will, want to judge .for them
selves. , .See advertisement in another
column. '. -
TO THE WOISSIIIPFt'L MASTER. WARDENS
AND HRETHKEN.CF t.AWOAfTKR LOlMiK, No.
57. of the AuaeetOrilnot' tixnd AcotpWd Muobi.
The undqrsigned.'a comniittoe appoint
ed by Lanonster Lodge, No. 57, to pre
pare and report a preamble nmi resolu
tions suitable to the oee.mion, and expi-es-sive
of the sense and profound sorrow of
this Lodge, in tho death of their worthy
Brother and highly valued fellow-cit-
q ' j M . of ,u GranJ Loj,, cf th0
ueu, mtUUALJj 6. ft.nc.ii; en., i oi
0f Ohio, who derjarted this life at his
residence in the ritv of Lancaster, Ohio
on tho 20th day of July, A. 1. 1055, aged
52 years beg leave to niako tho follow
The Officers aud Members of Lancas
ter Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons,
No. 57, to tho widow aud children ot our
deceased brother, Michaol Z. Krcider, -
Whereas, tho fraternal ties which have
so long and intimately bound us ill closest
union lo our deceased Brother, warrant
us to address vou all, in this, your time
of distress and mourning, and to tender to
each our deep felt sympathies, for the ir
reparable bereavement ot him, wnom 3 ou
and wo lovod. We would point you to
tho many excolleueies of character, to tho
kindness of heart, to tho atlections ot nu.s
band and father, to the virtues, and above
all, to tho subdued christaiu resignation
so constantly practiced by our decensed
Jirotlier Uunna: bis protracted sunerings,
as the proper ground for consolation. We
ask you to mourn, but not as thoso with
out hop.?, fo'in us in a .constant recur
rence to the. virtues ol tho departed, and
with us you will have the assurance, that
for him to die, was gain. The Great
Architect of the Universe removed in his
own proper time, him who was very dear
to us all, trom an earthly pilgrimage to
that abode above, where tho wicked cease
from troubling and tho weary are at rest.
In the fulness of truth, then say with us,
he is not dead, but eleepcth.
Therefore, as a further mark of respect
for tho memory of our deceased Brother,
1. Resolved, That we have learned
with deep icgret tho decease of our late
esteemed Brother, Michael Z. Kreider,
Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of
the State of Ohio, of Free and Accepted
Masons, wkose deservedly hitrh character
as n Mason, and private und public worth,
have for many years commanded our re
spect and confidence
2. Resolved, That in the decease of
our beloved Brother and associate, we de
plore the loss of one who was an orna
ment to ihe Order of which ho wa9 n mem
ber; a valued friend, a distinguished mem
ber of tho Medical profession, and a use
ful and worthy member of society hon
orablo in his intercourse with his breth
ren and fellow citizens, possessing a vig
orous and well cultivated intellect. We
cherish his memory as deserving our
highest and most sincere regard.
3. Resolved, That wo tender to the fami
ly of our deceased Brother, our warmest
sympathy, and that we will wear tho usu
al badge of mou ru ing.
1. Kcsolved that we will attend tho fu
neral, July 24th, 1C65, at 2 o'clock P. M
and pay the last tribute of respect to the
memory of our deceased Brother, by de
positing his remains, 111 their bunl rest
ing place, .with the solemn ceremonies of
the Masonic Order. .
5. . Resolved, That tho Worshipful
Master of this Lodge be requested to di
rect a copy of this preamble and resolu
tions to bo transmitted to Mrs. Kreider,
and the .children, nasurinsr them of the
profound reapqet this Lodge will ever
bear to their,, persons and character of
their coniniisHeralioii on the late afflicting
dispensation of Providence, by which they
have been bereft of a kind husband and
Resolved, That a copy bo forwarded
to the several papers of the city for pub
licatiou. Respect fully submitted.
A. McVKlGH, 1
G. W. lKKRSTLKIt,
P- M. WAGKMIALS, f Com.
II. V. WEAKLUY,
. VIRGIL E. SHAW, W. M.
Attested G. Stkinm.vn, Scc'v.
July 23, A. D. 1855, A. L. 1C55.
Tribute of Kcspct
Wiikrkas, In tho dispensation of a wise
and inscrutnblo Providence this Encamp
niont IniH rocoiveil tho iiiohinolioly intelli
gence of tho death of our most eminent,
( i rand (Jommnniler, hir Knight Michael
Z. KitKiDEii, whereby wo are again admon
ished thnlfamidst our fondest nnlicip:itions,
as well as thu trials nmi vicissitudes which
wo are destined to eneounter whilst trav
eling tho pilgrimage of life, Death and the
Oravo are certain.
And whereas, said Encampment, enter
taining the highest regard for tho many
virtues of our deceased companion, as a
citizen and friend, and especially as a
Knight companion of our Order, There
Resolved, bv this Encampment, That
in the death of our companion, Sir Knight
M. Z. Kreider, it has lost one of its bright
est ornaments, faithful members, und stron
llesoived, That whilst wo nro colled lo
mourn over this afflictive bereavement, wo
mourn not ns those, who have no hope, but
are enabled to rcjoioo in the consoling as
surance, that our loss is his inestimable,
Kcsolved, That we sincerely and affec
tionately sympathise with tho widow, chil
dren and friends of tho deceased, in their
Unsolved, That vtfi attend the fiinoral of
our deceased companion, Sir Knight M. Z.
Kreider, on to-morrow at 2 o'clock P. M.
Resolved, That the Recorder bo reques
ted to furnish to tho family of the deceas
ed a copy of the abovo preamble and res
olutions, and also to tho editors of the pa
pers of our city for publication.
virgil e. shaw,
p. m. w a gen hals,
Attest ft. Stkinm.vn, Recorder.
Lancaster, O., July 23, 1G55.
At a meeting of the Physicians of Lan
caster, held at tho Office of Dr. White,
tho 21st inst., to givo somo suitable ex
pression of their sympathy and regret, at
the loss by death of their Professional
Brother, Dr. M. Z. Kreider,
Dr. JAMES WHITE was called to tho
Chair, and Dr. M. EFFINGER elected
1 On motion, n pnmmirtoA urea nrtnniiiloil
Ti. T,.i vat. I w i i
( UTS. liCOTStler, Lmtlgorftlld Wngenlinls,)
who. throurrh trleir (Ihnirman. Dr. Rrvra.
tier, reported the following preamble and
resolutions, which were adopted:
"Only a fow tJirys hgo WoIvoto conven
ed to cxpret dur "feeitngn for tho loss of
ono of our members; and now ngain has
death invaded our faculty, and takeu from
our midst one who for many years was
with us, aiding by his couusel and sup
porting us by bis presence.
In the death of Dr. Kreider wo acknowl
edge tho loss of 0110 who was ever ready
to bo useful to his professional brethren,
and prompt in discharging his duties to
his fellow meu. Placing a high estimeto
on his worth, and deeply deploring his
loss, we, tlio Medical Faculty of Lancas
ter Resolve, That as a body we will attend
his funeral and wear crape on the left arm
for thirty days, as a. mark of respect for
our deceased Brothar.
Resolved, That tho Faculty of Lancas
ter iv ill cause to be published in the
Medical Journal of Ohio, a biographical
sketch of the life, and services of our do
ceased friend ; and furtller
R"sovcd, That a copy of our procee
dings bo furnished the family of iho de
ceased, and bo published in the newspa
pers of the city. . . -
Drs. BL'elow and Boersller were ap
pointed to prepare the biographical sketch
in compliance with tho above resolution.
JAMES WHITE, Pres't.
M. Effixger. Secretary.
On tho 7tll llljt.. bv I,. IV. HiMtilt. E.n.. Mr. JOHN
P. MANNOJf anil Mi KAKAH K.Av.VISON.
On Iho i3.l in.. l) thn xriniu, Mr. GEO. McNAMKK
uml 411m NACV hHAMv. .
At hi rculilcnro In tlio ttlv of taurnsler. Ohio. Mt-
CHAKL X. KllhlUKH, M. ts.. need ji vunn, July 2e.
A. 1). l.-jj. llr. Krttiilor him lunir out-unicil n vorv
hipit nmli'unseitMioua pl;u't in thin community, remarri
ed an u mini of trrvut aUII in Iua iimiVtisioii.'iiii a ttr
Kl'oii. met ns tin iMitiiu'ia li sicliin. iii.il n lutvintr tho
bait KOou ol Iiia tjt ov-r:!iZLli!! iiml of Inn rmo ulu-nvt
nt lifiirt toi, .tiiii'tioii alike for hi toiutuunttiii;- tal
ents, his lnrcu mm couipriMu'timvo views, mid uoolo
boitring, the iiuhty Hint corrot tnoss of his purpose
uml anions, uia!e hint a innrkeU member of this com
munity. In tvhich he so long refilled, nttit performed
liix pari o well. In every relation of life. A a man.
hu u':is tirltitnu in bin deportment, courteous In his
manners, irenorous in his s.Muuilhies, warm nud so
ei:il in hii friendships. He lllled many itnpiirtuiit civ
il office, wiih honor lo himself nud credit uud udvun
Inpo to hiii f-llow cili.etis. As it Mason, ho stood de
servedly hih, having tilled the. oilice of Grand .Mas;
ter of ihe Griind l.ode of tli-j Hato of Ohio, with dis
tinguished honor and ability, Amoii'r his estimable
qualities, ono memorable trait was the truly Christian
development exhibited to the law of love. In his in-intercours-J
with his fellow-citizens, he did lo otners
as tie wish-d them to dotiihim, posses.nliifr a coutldii!
mind, thinkiiia well of every one, and never known
to speak in uiib.-couiinjr terms of any one, Ilowasa
member of I ho M-d'ioriiM Episcopal Church, and died
with full confidence in the divine authenticity of tlie
f'hristian Kelieinu. and with an ardont hone of a bles
sed Immortality. Peace lo his memory.
At Lnj-Turise. .Missouri, of Cholera, on tlio IStli of
June till., .NANCY, wife of Joint U.Caldwell, hi the
-&th year of her aire.
Ah! how true, ''Timo is fleeting and Mfe is but n
dre:im !M Bui a few mouths njro, wo beheld our dear
fricud al the aUtir.ti fair, youii:" bride. Iter eye spark
led with gladness her rheck bloomed like Die first
rose of summer, and her warm It lart seemed to xlow
with love and friendship to all. Little did we then
think lliat we so soon would' see her fond hopes per
ish, her futuru prospects (rushed by the relentless
hand of Death. Mic rem.'iiiiod with us hut a few duys,
audtheiibid farewell lo ihe native seenos of her child
hood, and embarked for a now und untried homo in
tin- larsuum South. She seemed cheerful as site was
about to depart, but when sho bade us farewell the
briny I jar started from her eye, and she whispered
Good aye, till we in i:i airaln.' Ah, Iho'ihl 1, dear
rirl. wh -d h 111 that lie perhaps never I Whoknow
elli w lu.t fate may ordain for yoit or I to po-Si through,
ere we meet ji.tin. Ami yet. how it thrilled my heart
when 1 heard of her untimely death t O. thought I,
run it, can it he. Hint she is dead and prone to eternity 1
She, wilo was loved by all. and whose warm heart and
kind ti iiel was ever ready to bless thoss who were
around her! Ami Iter's was not only a mere outward
form of friendship, hut her frank disposition seemed
to bespeak a I rue nud devoted esteem for all her asso
elates. Hut, ilear friei.ds, w ill we, can we, wish her
hack n'rniliY Here are we doomed to pass through tri
als and deep iiltlielions; hut she has ascended to her
God to enjoy a lif-of bliss bey ond tho regions of the
(rave. It uas her happy lol lotlnd Jesus her stay uml
comfort -r ill tile hour ol deallt; and, Ot w hat a conso
lation tills is fur the bereaved relatives mid friends,
as in rino.-y hnii;:i lo mind tlie life of one they loved so
well. And llioutrh we f.iel that she has made a happy
exchange, it would have been u comfort to hate seen
h r laid in her Halite, laud. Hut an altwise Providence
has ordiiincrl it ntherttise, and weouebl not to mur
mur. His eyu will there wuuh over ln-r stecpine; dust.
The little violel will bloom by her side mid shed rich
frnirriince u round the tomb, and at nipht, w ben zephyrs
fin its l.-iivesulliuy will shed te.irs over the if rave of the
early de::d. The little Idrds, too. will atop loirutlier
sotv:s. Uut, ah! tlure is i'uV sad mourner who will
me tiny seen rrom its noiilis mid slni; their sweoli
lit, tier lonjr by her narrow bed, to pour forth the breath
lues of a wounded heart. Tburo will be shed the
warm tear ol alleclion lor hertthosu pure spirit ha
wlnired its way to n fairer crime than ours. O.tlien,
weep not, dear companion of the blest early dead, but
thi'D your in n tii.LT will not be like the transient morn
raiii-T none 10 ii,i'i-i ner niruill w nen ne isr o or. An I
luir dew. but Inslinir as tlio ceaseless aires of eternity.
lejt us, tlien, dear triends, not wcett for our loved sis
ter, nor wish her back lo onroutiter w ith Urn cures and
lirinoils of earth; lull let usso live lliat we may meet
her in psrailise, and Join in sli.glng Iho praises of God
hii'i inn ilium luii-ivr.
Kest, dearest sister, thou,
H'licalh Ihe turf soirraen;
al'iy uujfeli watch thy s!eiipin(r brow
To w hile III hours belween,
And when tti. last loud trump shall sound,
To bid thy sleeplnir spirit rise,
Way lovtui; siplrils hover rouud,
And wall thee lo Ihe skies. ' K. II. K.
On Kriduy, July IS, of Flu v, ANDREW M. CKOOK,
aftou nadirs -i iiioiiins unit u itays. on Sunday, July
years II niontlis and 4 days. On Monday, July Hi, of
i.i. to run, j.u en i n t.ii ui it r. t KllOK, 111.01I
f in t. ii. -I si. r it i.Mvi.ir. l iiooiv, uged a yeurs, 11
,11,'iiln noo n oil, s.
Tliuslu the short space of four days lias our friend
Win. h. Crook, been rubbed of three of his little
cherubs by the fell deslroyor Dkith. The lust two
were twins, nud a more Interesting imir of I ittlh osts
we nave never lino, now true Isot'l scrtpluro adage
- in tuu moist oi iiio no are in uealli. '
I-AS1) IVAItll VMTS WANTED.
Iw 1 I.I, ill nil times prepare the propor assignments
uud pay Ihe highest pine In cash rorany number of
Mount)' I. mul ll nrranls,
Persons Tor whom 1 prepared application wilt do
w ell hy cullingoii me before they sell elsewhere.
Lancaster, J uly -jy 3wld GEO. SANDERSON.
Iloiintr I, nmi YnrrQiits.
N addition lo buying nud selling I.tind Warrants, I
will receive thorn on doposilo ut thu rate of one
ollar per acre, agreeing to return another at niiv time
with interest at Iho rate of ten per cent per annum
So that persons holding Wurrtii Is intending to locute
at some future tint i can mak them draw Interest.
Those that have received their Warrants and intend
selling ihein had heitersell now. nsthe prices will de
cline us more arc issued. I shall pnv One Hollar per
acre fur u abort time longer. T. W, TAI.I.M A IHiK.
At Kiiliunge titllee, S. W. Cor. or Main and
Coin nibus hlreets, Lancaster, Ohio.
July 2d, IMj.-litf
nV virtue of an nnlrrof Hitlo to inn diroctod, Usnod
by tin Pnilmn-Court of L-'alrlKild county. I will
mi-II nt public vtiduc, on Dul hroiiilmrii, on Suturttuft
fAftf.V h ila-f of srl.tftfjl, H,j. b.Mwocii tlio hours of ib
A. M . nud I o'cloi k I1. M.of uttid day, tlio fidlowliur
described Heiil K"l:ito, lo-wlt: Huitifr oni-fourth oflho
two undivided llltli jmrlxoftUo fulliwosl UuHrtor of
Hoction imttibtr twunty-four, (.M) Tnwitship miuiber
twolvo (t.), WiuifrtMiiiitibcrtwciity (.11J oxevpt thirty
tlimif i'.KK) uerofi sold oil' of thu Weil sblo of sitid tluur
ttr Section. A No tlio ouo-foiirlli of tlio two undivided
titlh inrUof tho fid lowing dencribod true I or parcel of
land, buiiiu Korty (4l) ucroof tho Soiilhttnst Uimrtor
of ftiiid Section, particularly described n follow n:
cou.uicnrinr nt tho LouthwoHt comor of unlit Soiitli
oiist Ciiarlor Hcrtiou; tliviiot Knt 14 UTcIihIiih tu 11
Klom; thouco Nurlh 'J3 74 chain to n Mono; Ihonco
Wo l 10 chains lo a stone; theuco North ltf .44 chaijin
ton Mono on tho half section line; thenco West
3 THchnius to the North went vornor of suUl QiiRrtor
Hecttou; thence South 40 .17 chain n to the place of he
Klnnltifr. Niiiil lands nit tu Kulrtleld countj tO)iio,und
hi ( louremek township.
Ttirm of Stle One-Uiirrt caMi In hand, nnd the resi
due In two emud ho nnu I pttyiuoht with Interest secur
ed by umrtiraice, Flrnt irucl appraised ut 33KI. .Sucoml
tract appraisuU ut f lVfO.
Gimrillan of John Mclntyro, Minor.
FTiNnicoMii A Kn&w, Attorneys.
July stO, IMO flwlipf$40
I f KSI'KCTFUl.l.V informs tho eltlsuusof Lnncnstor
.1 Vend vlrliitiy, tbnt ho has opened n new flonfoc
llonary ner the Poet ojfir, eorncr cf Main Street and the
Public SiHare, vihore be will constantly keep on hand
Well assorted Ktork of Confertiuneru. VrvUm. .
Ho Is prepared, on short liollee, to do ny kind of
iiiiKiug hi ins line, inn manlier warranteil to please.
Canoy niulitil'iirtured nnd sold wholesale and retail.
iryw .Stums and Tostceo, the very boat will at all
times be found at tho City Confectionery.
Having procured a room for tho purpose ho will
he iireparud to accommodate Ladies milt Gentlemen
with U s 1'kcam siid summer refreshments.
Luticustor, July 30, 145 Jsitf
UFSIIIABI.E CITY LOT FOU SALK.
I W1LI, sell Lot No. 75 in Cnrpentor's Addition to
Iho City of Lanenslor, being the Lot directly oppo-
I I'" to Ihe reiidenoe of William M. Kmkea
, Thl. Lot I large and eligibly located, being
' eorwir Un In the original Carpenter PI
riilnal Cnrncnter flat and
situated on the Konthwest corner of VVlndiugand Per
ry Streets, nesr the C. W, A Z. R. R. Depot. Tonns
easy ana tltlswarMiotsd. Knonlreof
SAMTJEl, JACKSON or .
' J"' 'OEOROE W. MACKLKOV.
Msrlln's Row, two doiw South ol i'est Office.
Lancaster, Way 17,1cj3
LANCASTKK LODOR, No. 57 - - July 4, IKS.
" KM'.AMPNKKT, No. 9. - - - July 31 "
February i-J, 1X03. G. SI EI.NMAN, Kecordor.
To chango tho grade of those narU of Droad Htrect,
fsonn ol Maui Mrol, extondiujr between Main nnu
Wheeling Slreeta, anil between Wheeling aud Mul
SKI'. . Bt it er4aiti I Mm City Ctunril cf
Oil) cf Lcncattcr, That the centre line of lliat part
of Broad Htreel North of Maiu hlrect, extending be
twuon the Court Hons and Wheeling Street, shall be
on a declination of one degree South, from the centre
of Wbeelfciig.streetici III top of the South side of Ihe
Platform ot the Hay .Scales In rear of the court-house,
Kin. 9. That the ceulre Una of thai part of Broad
Struct North of Wheeling, and extending between
Wheeling Street and Mulberry Street, shall be on a
declination of twenty -two minutes NortU from Ihe ceu
lre of Wheeling Street to Mulberry Street.
Sac. S. That Gutters on the East side of both part of
Broad street as named in the first and second Section
of this ordinance, shall be so depressed, graded and
constructed as to Intercept, recuire Si carry off one half
tho w ater that falls upon said streetor parts of street.
Sac. 4. It is hereby made the duty of the owner or
ow ners of any lot or part of lot on Broad Street be
tween Wheeling Street St Main Street, and on Broad
Stroot between Wheeling Street aud Mulberry Street,
to cut down their aide wallij, so that tho same shall
correspond with the change of grade n contemplated
In the Hralnndsiraird'Seclions of tills Ordinance.
Sac. S. That tho Ordinance of April 9, 1839, Itxlng
and establishing tlio grade of Broad Street. Second
Street, Columbiu Street, Fourth Street. Mulberry
street, w oeoling Street, Chestnut Street, Walnut
Streotuud Milt Street, as mrtreyed by the town 6ur-
l,r uimor Die uirccuon Ol tile IOWI1 t.OUUCII, 00
and the sun -is hereby ptrui tnontly lixed aud estab
liihed as ihi leg.il grade of a lid Streets.
Sec. e. That so much of the Ordinance or April 9,
1H39, and of Section 5 of this Ordinance as couuicts with
the first and second Sections of this Ordinance, be and
the same is hereby repealed.
CHARLKS F. SHEFFKR,Prosldont.
Altest O. S. Wh.Us.mi, City Clerk. July S6 3wia
Supplementary to 'an Ordinance for the suppression of
Nuisiinues within the City of Lnncnster.
SEC. 1. Beit crdainrd ty Hi Cil) Ccunril cf the
City aVaoatsisTbat It shall be unlawful for any
uuicheror other jmimoii lo ussi or occupy any bouse
or other building for tho purpose of killing or slaugh
tering any Beeves, sheep, Calve, Hog or other ani
mals within the limits of said citv, except us in the su-
cono ,-ecuoii nereor provided. c.very person or per
sons oflcudluc airainst the nrovisions of this Sei-lion.
shall for every day be or they shall continue to use or
occupy any House or othor building for tho purpose
niorusaiu, oe unco in any sum uot excoeutug leu dot
lurs nor less than Ave dollars.
Skc. 9. The previsions of tlio proceeding Section
shall not apply to tho use or occupancy for the purpose
uforsald, of any licuso or otherbufiding situate within
said city, uot more than than ouo hundred foot from
Ibc corporate limits or boundaries thereof.
Sec. 3 If any Bttteher or other porson shall eulfer
or permit any bouse or other build ing used or occupied
by him for Iho purpose of slaughtering therein tiny
Beeves Hogs or other animals, or shall sulfur or per
rait the if rounds wherein said house or other building
shall be erected, to become nnuseus, faul, offensive or
injurious to tlie public health, be shall bo subject to n
line of not less than live dollars and not more than fif
teen dollars In every case, and to a like flue for every
day the same shall continue after notico to remove aud
abate such nuisance.
Sec. 4. That Section Six of the Ordinance entitled
"an ordinance for tho suppression of iciisances within
tno town or Lancaster, passed June 10, Ir31, be and
inoaauiei nereov repealed. .
CHARLES F. SIIjEFFEU, President.
Attcsl-G. S. Williams, City Clerk. July 23wJ2
i JU i' T 1 S Tit r .
TTAS returned to Iho city, where ho oxocctsto ro
I I main permanently In the practice of his profession.
Grateful lor past favors, he bones bv attention to busi
ness lo merit the patronage or his old friends and tho
public generally. Otiti c. Alain Stroot. two doors liust
ortno unio Bugle. Lancaster, July 10, less Siull
. ... ... ra WY Oilice is now In Iho Tutlmadeo
.V6t-- ? JTl Building, unlrniiro noxt door to
Hlf Tr-H!,lln"Pl-r Trout's Clothing More
1 U fill Teeth with Gold and irlve cerlille.ites
oi guarrtiiitee. l spend a great amount or lubor and
care on each lining, and nil repairing (if nny should
over bo necessarj) will be done by me without charge..
I irive my cntiro attention to this onortioii ami ciiu,.lvo
posiiive assurance lliat every person can save all their
ivuiu io oiu ugu o) iiiueiy lino ireijitent altenttoii.
Lancnstor, July 1!), lSJJ 3 41
To Farmers !
IXfK have on hand ono Cnrriaso and one Ton Rtiir-
y w gy- for sale cheap. Thosu wishing to purchuso
JUty til, IKis. 31 VVIHTK Jr. & JULIAS
a,,,,, ,, ,, u,i vuoia;;" 10 can soon.
f.'J)l u s f i.i
V WILL sell nt private sale mv Bern towushio F.irm
Xsittialu iinlos South of Lancaster, containing
uo.,iii rsi.s. IllllllirCIl jT-VrrM) U-
ttJ iMjut SCO Acres of b'lK.ST CLASS Hocking
bottom, and the residua fair bill huiI un.
land, well timbered. Und watered bv novor fuiliiiir
Abolll HKVKN TY-TIIHKK Aerosol the llollmn loud
ties to me Kast or in a Hocking Valley Ciilinl, ami niiiy
be s dd separately if desired; but tho premises are
c i" ten o, it Kiimi rivnie i anal urlilge. unit tgelli
er will make one of thu best slock farms in Cell
Tho whole of Iho ilotloin Land nbotilFO acres of
the LiiiKI are -Mi ler rulllvitlion. Tile entire nrenilse
nreei.cbi ml w.tli siibstnutlal now fence and the House.
burn, Oran vies, Ac. are good.
Possession will be given In time for putting out n
It can ho nrrnntred if desired, to retain the larger
part of Ihe purchase money for n term of years at"
per cent IntcriM.
Kor full information or to tho prlco, tortus of pay
ment, cVc. iipidy to Win. ilarllutt, Esq. on the premi
ses, or In 1". It. !'. ii I ni;., or the subscriber nt Lancaster.
July ID, It-j.-, ntf T. KW'l.NU.
'?3 NEIIASTOPOX TAKEV.
miwl liuvo ruiiUM bv tin? flrxt of
Aiticunl. Ami wo w,ttxil ourcus--7
w ni'.) nreotiiits huve imt h -on
1 nnuu d rir tlKMiist six immUit to call unl
close tl)04iiburrj tliut tUttn.-
McKl.KO Y & BILLINGIIURST,
Lnncnster, July 10, lM.
Dissolution of Partnership.
TVrOTICK is hereby given, that the pitrtnershlphoro-
I'lforo exi-tinir titt.lcr tlio uiimo nmi Kyle of KKK1)
1AUGIIMAN, wus on tlio JlU duy of July, .UshiIvcm
by mtitiml oimmiit. Ttm bonks nmi uri'miiita urn in
tlio Imiuli of KOHKKT KKKU nt thn nt.l St.unl fnr svt-
July l'-SIPM- 3wJ0 J01I.N IJAUOU.MAN.
Dclrnblo City Property for Sale.
1IIAT dosirnblo property located on Whoel-
f.'i-t on Whooltnir bv HH) feet oil Hro.id Aller
nut Mrmsi. corner 01 nrotol Alley, beln MM)
KtMldoneo contains 0 rroms, kitchen, Outlioue.. Ac.
with all tho conveniences of n family residence ilso
11 new ami convenient Carpenter's Shop, Smoke House,
Stable, oVc. Term 'reftanmible. For further particu
lurseno.ulroof IJTTI.E A DKKKBACUS.
Kaiicaster. July 5, 1853 9
APettllon wtH bo pro-entod to tho Board of Cora
niisnionoMof Knlrlbdd county nt their next mcssIoii,
prayliiKthnt 40 much of the county road luuding from
tho Koek Mill to U Intersection with tho Uiucastor mid
Koyalton roiul 011 the Husby furm. ns llos between the
ffdlowittg pointn In Hloorn township in bU county, bo
vacated, to-wit: From the mouth of Jacob Hollen
hunch's lane to the Zim f'hnrch rond, and prayiiijj that
a new county road bo laid out ami established botweon
the follow Injr point, bvpimiiiitf uttho mouth of Jacob
Hallenltaiifth's lane: thnnco rumdiifp South aloittr. the
Section llii's between the lands of said Jacob Ballen
buuurh, Samuel Crist, Henry Wajrner, Amos Welsh
and Ovl Williamson to said LauciiNter and Hoynlton
road, at the comer of the lands of said Welsh ami Wil
liamson In said Bloftnt township and there terminate.
JulyS, 4wll MAN V rKTITlONEKS.
E XCUVNGE OfTXCK KK-OPNED,
Corner jl illiin nnd Columbus Kir vets.
TS prepared todo nil kinds of Ranking business. Dis
counts ifood Notes. Hnvs nil Uncurrent Monev ot
hiirhest prioos. Huys ami sells Gold and SHuer, IIojiIs
in KYchaniro or all kinds. Makes collections nt any
place. Fays into rest on all Depot ittt. And deals in
KOUN TY.LANU WAItltANTS,
of whick 1IK). OHO ncros aro wnutedf ami when lold Are
fiTuuruuteed in every resmict, lo locate hind as well as
coin. Forms of nHiirnlofr and locating, and any iiifor
matlou In relation to Warrants trlven willingly to any
one tliat applies. utpcr fruoa Hinrt jrotra rtttrrm
tdmrpar. T. W. TALLMADGK.
Lancuster, Ohio, Juno 2S, 1833 8tf
A . C. BARLOW, M. D.,
"VFFICR In TuUms.liro Block, Main Street, Tineas
Prof. 0. 1. Williams, M. I).
r ier,wnio. mcntni nets.
H. r. Gatcboll. M. 1)
A. O. Hhtlr, M. l.,Coluinbt.s.
J. H. Fulto,M. D., Ciuelnnatl
to Ii S
Jl'ST RKrKlVED 4T
SEAUI,E'S 1IOOK STORE,
Opposite Shiriret-'n Hotel, Lancaster, Ohio
ONKY MOON knd other Cnmnlltles from Punch
AutohiiiKriinhyof an Actress, bv Mrs. Mowath
iirnev to Oonlrnl Afrlco. hv llnvard Tuvlnr
. ivnnsHs ana iseoiusKn, by timo .
Sunny Memories of Kureifcn Lands, by Mrs. Stowo
The Better l.and.hy Thompson
Pianolooiidt hisArmy.Tho I'iimp Fires of Nanoloon
A line lot of A iiitiii.lv for 18M, aud a line lot of small
Gift Books of all kinds.
Catholic Prayer limits, Rnisconnl Praver Rooks. and
n In rite lot of Faintly llibles and' Pocket Bibles al
School Books and Stationery at WholoauloA Retail.
Pocket Wallets, Port Monlos, and Pen KhItcs, for
HIIQ siino un". niuniui Jnn IsnAKJ.ftW,
Oct. 30, 1S51 24 , Opposite Shaffer' e Uaiel.
WANTED Immediately Stlotl bushels of CORN in
the ear. for which cash will be paid on delivery
i me sianvaster wpotoi tne t:. w. Cfc It. Knll rtoail .
' - AI,PHK1) WATJ8.-
Morrow, Ohio, 3m. 4, 185J--35tf -
n."fMr. Mlltier frujjrlit Agent Yrtll receive and jif.
for the ffsni. -
.. rf '' OAl,rrlMCX,.
Abraham hvorsolo )
, InPartltlon.Falrneld Com. Pica
IIJKSUANT to the command of an order of sale?
from the Court of Common Plea of Kalrlolit
county and tome direr led, will oAVr at public sale
at the Court House In Laucastor, on Salurdui He tut
ifay Auvtct A. I). IHoA. between the hours of IU o"
clock A.M. and 4 o'clock P.M., iho following describ
ed Real Estate, lo-wlt: The East half of the North.
west Hoarier of Section No. 81, Township No. 14 and
Range No. Ill, subject lo Ihe dower of Catharine Bai
lor asheretoforo assigned loher by nietee and bounds.
nppruisou ai sj.sb per acre.
Terms One-third in baud, and the halaniui In nr.
and two years, with interest from the day of aale.
vv ii.t.iAM rot I KK, Sheriff.
. By CM. I.. WISEMAN, Deputy.
HoRTEidcDsuoHKRTi, Atl'ys. July 10 Swllpftfl
Tki State cf Okie, Fair ttl County, it.
PURSUANT to Uie command of an order for snl)
front the Court of Common Plea of aid counlT
and to me directed, I will offer at public sale at the
Court House In Lancaster, on Saturday the "btk day cf
Jtnguct, 1855, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M.
and 4 o'clock P. M. the following described Real Es
tate, lo-wit: Lot No. 5, of tlio 14th Square of the town
of Baltimore, Fair held county, Ohio.
.- poraiecu at aj iou.
To be sold as the nronortv of J.m., w Pl .i n,
suit of J. W. Mulnix uud o'lhers.
Terms of sale Cash. WM. POTTER, Sheriff.
By C. M. L. WISEMAN, Deputy.
Lancaster, July 19, imj 5wllpf$3
' - Sheriff's Snlo.
The State cf r)At'. vnl-e.j nAu., ......
FJURSUANT to the command of a seeord order of
sale, from the Court of Common Pleas in and for
Said COUIlty, lllld tO me illrnotnd. I wilt ntTnr at n.tktl.
sale, at the courthouse InLanoaster.on tiaturday tho SSth
ciock a. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., tho following descri
bed real estate, lo wit: The east half of tho south,,..!
. ' .'"'K"" n- v. ioo, Detween tno nottrs oriuo'-
quarter or suction No. 3, tu township- No. 13, of Hauge
tp. 19, situate in the county of Fuirflold and Statu of
nio, containing 74 09-100. Appraised atlH,no per
acre. 1 be sold as the property of Elirabelb &l Catli
ar no Ly.inger. at the suit of K. M. Fowler. Term of
alo cash. WM. POTTER. Sheriff.
,., '. ' '. . -Br- c i" M- Wieouutn, Deputy.
Martin ASchlolchj Attorneys. ' v '
July 111, lrti5. 5n prfec3,00
- The State cf Okie, FairJIeld County, it.
PUUsUANT'totbecommandofan order of sale from
Hie Court or Common Pln.,.r - .
Ohio, and to me diroctod, I will offer at public snle at
the Court House in Lancaster, on Saturday the 4 day
a August, a. V. 1855, between the hours of 10 o'clock
. J!,"u.f ,cin V. M.. the followii.g property,
o-wlt: Tho North half ofthc Northwest Quarter of Kcb-
lownsnip no. 13, of Ksnge No. 10. sltuato
In said county of Kalrneld. Appraised at per aero.
lo bo sold as tho property of Ella Tutrow, Asa
Crreun and James M . Pratt, at the suit of Cornelius
.v..,uu. t units OI sale case .
WM. POTTER, Kliorlff.
By C. M. L.WISEMAN, Deputy.
ftUa-rm & Srni.nrii, Att'ys. Juno Sd 5wHpf3
Sherifl s Kale. '
The State of cikia. VairtJ n.um,
Pljn.SUANT to the command of au ordor'of sulo
from the Court of Common PlMn. in ....i ... .-1.1
County of Folrllold and to me directed, 1 will offer at
public sale at ihe Court house in Lancaster, on Safuf
ru i' "'',,fJ ' I, between the hours
Ui?rii hu A: I?' 4 0'"l0,,k P' M" ,h0 following
i"'t .r,,,.l'.d Keal Kslaio, to-wit: Kltuate In the county of
raiiiioio ano u,te of Ohio, being Lot No. 3, and the
West half of Lot No. 4, In the sub-division made by
Pi, 1 1,'1p"l1lor'JSo""le"" M"Cabe. Ewel Jeffries ami
(.hiirles norland, orthat part of Lot No. 8. in the Kni.k
Suh.ilivision.itiljoinli." tlio Eastorn addition to Lan
casler, which lies in thT triangle formed by the turn
pike diaL-on,,! ,trc,,, nn(, t)lB cxlell(l011 of WheeiB
stroet. Lot No. 3, appraised at 15U. West half Lot
V- ., "I'l.T"."0" nl " ' n be sold as the property or
a "V,'8.,0 S-1"1 Jil",' KWe hi l tlie suit or
A. McVeigh. Terms ol sale cash. Ordered by Pl'fT
W ILL! AM I'OTTKH.Khcritr.
By O. M. L.WISEMAN, Deputy.
-Lancaster, June SI, 185S 5w7pfs 11
PV!'uxlt,f,Pki F'ir'1'1 Caanty, ,0.
OMbUA&l to Ibocominand of un order for snlo
from the Court or Common Pleas of Fulrneld
county, uud to mcdiroctcd, i will offer at public sulo
nlll10l1111rliIouselnLa11raaler.au Saturday the Stitk
day of July A. D. IBM, between the hours of JO o'clock
A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. the following described
Keal festato.to-wll: Situate In tho County of Falitleld
and Mate of Ohio, being tlio equal uud undivided half
"I "' 8' 8,lare No. 4, East addition to the To it
of llaltinmre; also, a VVater Privilege which is need
to run a Woolen Factory on said Lot No. P. Also.
.0 s 0.8 mid 9 in the central addition to the Town or
naltimoro, excepting a.-, te,,, oil the South side of lot
A "' ""oeiiualniid undivided half of all thu
Machinery belonging to the Factory which is erected
onsai 1 Lot N0.8. Tho undivided half or Lot No. t
Soniire 4. hast addition, appraised at sll. Water nrl
vilogo at Jill. Lot No. H in central addiiion8S0.l,ol N
In central addition nt $15(1 'Ihe undivided half of all
the Machinery on the Factory Lot No. 8 at $75.
lo be sold as the property of Georgo II. Iloiiseranil
auana his V fo, at the suit of Edward Ci.lkins.
lli MTsaA Dsi oimitrv. Att'ys. WM. POTTEH.Shorltr.
Lancaster,. June iil, 1H55 JtvTpl jj,5Q '
rrubnto Notice .
NortC'E Is hereby given to all pe-sins liiterealed.
that John A. Collins. Exo'tnr orl'elor Selti. dec
Adm'tor or Cntharlno Siotr., dee.
t 1 r, , ; ''!' 1,"v'1 ,l8'"' deceased, nnd
IiinisP. Ashbrook.ono of the Exo, utors or Jacob H11
ber..iacea.sed.hiiv tiled their accounts and vouchers in
the Probate Court of Fairfield county, Ohio, for in"
siiectlon an,! settlement, and llo.i .i.l
ciiineniiforhnariiigon Ihe Siiid day of August i.ovt.
or ns soon thereafter ns mny be convenient.
..... n i v. r.. sit.tw, Probalo Judge,
Etate of William Ellin. .
TVrOTtrR Is hereby (jlven, that tho subscriber has
burn appointed and quulitled ns Kxei ulrlx r tho
hut Will m,d Testiimont of Williuin Ellis, into a
PiilrDeld eiuliil) . tiliin, deiunscd.
Jin in, ibjj ami ANN LMH, Executrix.
TOTICK Is hereby (jiven to all persons Interested,
H Unit the iiieoiints nnd vouchers of the Estates of
John l. .l.diiisloo,. Martin Smith and John Creed. havu
n. ii men in tlie r-rooiilu Court of Kuirlleld Conntv,
Ohio, for liispei iion aud sellloment, and that said ai -counts
will be for hoiirlitjr on tho Ut Ii duy of August A.
1). 1H.JJ, orus sunn thereafter as mny be.
VIHCrIL E. SHAV,ProbaloJudiro.
.iincnlur..riily 12, IWj Jwlll.
NOTICE Is hereby Riven to all persons lutorostcil
that lliivld Ililyard, Admlnlstnitorof Thonms llil
yord nnd Soloinon Hpunuler, Executor of John Koliiie
hnvo Hied llieir neeountsund vouchor In tho Probato
f ourmr Palrliuld county, Oliin. for inspection and sel
lleuient,andliatlho siiuto will bo for. licurlnK n tho
311th duy or July, IHM.oras soon tlierenlterns tnny be.
Julys 3w0 V1KOII.K. KIIAW.ProbstoJudgo.
NOTICKIhorehy)tlvontoall persons Intcrosted,
tli.it Duiiiel Kudiilph, Gtiardluii In l.unarv, or Pe-'
ter Kudolph, and Hiram Moninger, Ex'r of Henry
Miinlnirer. dee., have Hied their accounts aud vouch
ors in tlio Probate Courier Fairlleld couiitv, Ohio, for
lns,ui'lion aud settlement, nud that the suiiio will bo
hearing August S( lh next, or as soon thereafter as
mnybo. VIKGll, K. SHAW, Probate Judge.
Lancaster, July 19, 1635 3wll.
NEW CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT.
II . FRAS K 1
UASJuslreceivodandlsoponlng for snlo In the
city of Luucaster, on Main btroet, at tho well
known stand in llr. Hhuwk's Koiv, 0iiosilo George
Katitfinnn's Drugstore, a largo, new aud splendid as
sortment of tlio most fushionablo
READY MADE CLOTHING,
which will bo sold ut great barguins, as 1 am doterinir.
od to sell ut the lowest flguro for cash, lie most re
spectfully solicltsa roasonablo share of public patron
age, ns 1 oxpeel to continue tu this place for years, to
supply Miocltlions in tho richest clothing. All who
wish to purchase clothing I am satisfied will do well In
givo him a call, us 1 shall tie enabled with tho stock of
Goods on hand lo gratify tlio tnsto or the most fastid
ious dandy und inechsuie down to the honest farm
er. 1 shall be enabled to conduct the business in the
German, French and English language.
Luncuslor, Juu, li 1 , 1 tf5 j 3lu7 .
WOULD respectfully Inform the
cltl7.cn of Lancaster and vicini
ty, thatho hasopeuod a Shop In Mar
tin's Knw, where he is prepared torc
nalrall kinds of Watches. Clocks and
Juwelrvwlth neatlMmand dtsnateh.
TTpAll work warranted to perform well. .
Lancaster, Juno 14, 1K15 Otf
NEW CARRIAGE SHOP.
P. C. DIETZ
mmrm T RESPECTFULLY Inform. the elll
OcSH'S -r -I V ns of Falrtleld county that he has
TJ5drVr recently put up anew Carriage Shop,
'" immediately inthtrrar af Whit, if Lotto'
llardusare Store, Centre Alley, haneaeter Ohio, wher
he will constantly keopou hand and manufacture
oriler ery variety of vohlclo in his lino.
JLrocpainiig aone en short notice, ami uie s
i. II. K3-3i
HAS JUST RECEIVED AT THE
CITY BOOK STORE
Swan's Treaties, price 93; Swan's Manuel, 1,95.
Lancaster, Tiovembor S3, lW'i9
CITY HARNESS SHOP,
Gazette Building Public Square, Lan
' I O. DAVIS
RESPECTFULLY calls sttontlon to hta etoellent
assortmeni of Harneeo, Ccllare, WAi, i"rnko,
CarpotBafo.tfe. Hi stock of Harness coin prises Stiver,
Hrasa and Black Mounted Buggy and Carriage Harness;
also. Wagon and Plow do all of which cannot b4 sur
passed in tho city, either In stock, workmanship or low
prlco. ilebasalso a trimming hop,wher -
Bnesr i1 Cnrrinse Trimmlngf .
will be done on short notice In superior style.
Lauvatler, Jmieiie, 18M 1;8
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