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CilY C? ULSCASXE&:
Thnrst!uy 91rniMS AUK . 1M
Slick a Pim Tbere .
The Suite Journal mj-i: "We hve
finally kioked the Siateema into a declar
ntiooV its views vpon oof ihe great que.i
tioas now before the people. It lisw de
clare! its cpposiiioa lo the principle that
Congress Uhs the power to prohibit Slave
ry tu the territories of the- U nion. It says:
We look th mutie right i the if, and
say thatre differ willi Journal in this."
Very Will. Thif point is n-v sc tiled.
TtwT-oters of Ohio will ple.-tsu note it, and
bear it in perpetual rem,mhr.-in',e, that the
0'iio Sutewann and the Slave Democracy
of Ohio taaiautin that it i unconstitutional
for Co;ijjres to prohibit Slavery in the
Torri'.oneS. They go iheentire length de
m.atidvd of them by the Southern task mas
ters. 'The stove propagandists will ever
find the Statesman an t its followers in Ohio
ready' to gmhe u'raost extent the Interest
of SUvory demand.. They have despaired
of laving even wreck in . the North, and
Ihcv are ready and anxious jo get u what
thoy can from the South, in exchange for
their tlouli-fiicc servility.
Vre have made ' sooje progress, iind we
fel ennouraged to persevere, ; Will the
St-Uieeman continue la fact tk mutie, anil
answer :lie two other propositions? D-w
U still Approve and justify the repeal of the
Missouri Compromise, which kept Slavery
out of Kmsa3 and Nebraska? and does it
think, in view of the conduct 'of the Mis
60iiri mob, fce., we ou'ht lo'ftilrhit Kansas
and Nebraska as Slave Slates?" -
The Journal' lias been more 'successful
with Sumu?. than we have been with the
."iulenled editor" here. All we ai possi
bly get out of him, "Go it blind niggerol
o? nigerology Know Nothings sold to
the niggers, higgerology, nigirnrology."
Will these gentlemen who have such a
miserable hatred of ieool just now, read u
a small chapter on the- following stereotypic!
plank in- the Say Nicht platform of th
Eighth of January Convention: ' " '
.. , Resolved, That the people of Ohio, now,
at tlitij have ahiitiji done, look -upon
krenriis "an evil, and unfavorable to the.
development of free institutions, end, thai
entertaining these sentiments, they will stall
tiirias feel it to he their duty to use all pow
er olearly given by the terms of the na
tional compact, to PREVENT ITS INCREASE,
to mitigate and finally, to kradicais its
EV,L3- ' . ' ' -
.There is not a single bitof nigjerology
in that now, istherx? Will theS'genile
'man give us a small chapter on th.'. forge
difference between the Eighth of January
plank ani the Thirteenth of July plank.
Perhaps the Statesman editor can call a
spiioial Mass Meeting of the Democracy at
"OotormanV to explain the difference and
Inform the people who it is that courts the
"oiggeie," or perhaps Ihe Governor would
ttnswfns well if S tmuf can't come.
Coluubci Riot The Turnort. The
"verdict" in the case of Mayer and - his
brother Turners i just about as much "in
accordance with the facts iu the ease," as
the Journal' i prejudiced statement. The
"document." su;!ins to have been raide up
from the Journal's clothe! Duijton Em
pire. Perhaps the Empire considers such Ian
gd igo as the above,' fair, m inly and hon
orable. Perhaps the peopln of Dayton
an 1 of Ohio will entertain the same opin
ion! The Empire Is right when it says the
verdict ot the Jury is just as much in ao
coril.iiic.o with the facts, as the statement
of lha affair in the Journal. Tins language
it Intended as a fling at the Jury. Let us
flgrtln notify : the Empire th.it the judicial
oliioer-bofoie whom ihis matter w 11 heard
is an old m l u!nl,aiiiml Democrat. The
foreman of tho Jury. Dr. Mins, is an old
and highly re-ip tciahln citizen of Colum
bus, and ha always been and now is a
Deiiuci;it. O hen of the jury are of Ihe
twill parly. 'Tho insinuation that thev
were influenced by the Journal is utterly
and wickedly fulao. They heard the testi
mony of a doseuofour most l-miiei: table
citizens who wire i-yo wnnesses oi the nl
fiir. Wo have published their testimony
in the Jourmtl, as reduced to writing by
the Coroiier, and wu defy the Empire in
any other paper to show they noiild have
renjoroil any other verdict, in y.iow of the
evidence before them
Let assay to the Empire that our senti
ment of facts Was in i.- afer the nuiNt care
ful investiition. This Ntnu-niHiu IHH been
Attacked by lem iiptguc us 1 inrerested
pirlisnii scribblers, bu we are triumphant
ly sustained. The verdict of the Jury, as
won lie the s'atemeivs in tlie Junriml wero
made up from the tent'-numi of eye witnes
ses, who i-noio what they saw, and whose
testimony uan never be iiupenidied in this
community where they are known. Stute
Death of Jcdcib DAve.eoKr. The
Blltimore Putriot hss received iiilelligeni-'e
of the death if Hon. John Davenport, at
his residence, Wuojsfurhl, Monroe county,
Ohio, on Wednesday last. Judge Daven
port had attained a good old age, an J low
men have rendered themselves mora use
Jul in life than he. U was among the
earlier settlers in Barmmville, and no one,
from the period of his location in Ohio'
down to the time of his dealh, enjoyml to
greater degree the esteem of his fellow-
citizens. He was elected to the House of
Assembly and the Senate of Ohio Several
times, in districts of opposing politics, and
suoh was the confidence reposed in him hy
the people that they returned him to Con
gress twice in Succession, by a large vote.
He was n!eo tho seeonJ lime appointed
'Judge of the Monroe Judicial District by
the Legislature of Ohio, in which capacity
he exhibited mnch ability. As a mer-
. elunt, ho was extensively and favorably
known throughout Ohio, and in Baltimore
and Philadelphia as a man of integrity and
truthfulness. Judge D. was a very benev
olnt and publio spirited cilizen. identify-
ir., ..If .1.! i.i.i. '
ixiuk-ii huh c-Tcrrwiini which urom
I.-. I I . - i. i 7i n . r
ised pood to individuals or the State. As
a christian and member of the Methodist
tpweopal VMiurch, hr was exemplary
fiTTThe Washington Organ of the 5th
M u!y, says lVtr small boys were blown
u-j on the 4th hu ii,. -....ii... i
.;ofabsg of4w4r used by the Uni
'siri( ! ! dr.
Oerreapwdeae of th Joarusd of Comsir.
Kansas Citt. Mo., ThuVsiUy, June IB;
Tho country is again thrown into s, state
of intense i xcitemeut by the rw-rp-irafion of
anouiraguon the person of Gov. Eeeder.at
his quarters at the Shawnee Mission, about
nine units from this place. The facts as
tar as I am abl.t to give them sre-undoubt-
edly reliable. It appears the Gov. R. was
sittiiig alone in his office, his Secretary,
Mr.-Lowery, Deir.g Siuk ana connnea to
his rooruat'the time, when the well known
Gen. Sirinfellowitereil.. Be wascourt-
eouly receive J, ad i after fceeneiftl prelim
inary iiouvui'satirni, in wliioli he dilated ou
ti e influence and control he would have
over the present Legislature, and the great
Xuitenieni in Missouri against Got. Reedi
er, he made two propositians to the-Gov
ernor one being that the liovernor- should
sanction any bill that should be passed to
punish the tampering with slaves in the
Tenitory, or the uttering of abolition Sen
timents, and tho other, that ho recommend
in his MessAira that the Legislature ad
journ to the Shawnee Mission, on. the bor
ders of Missouri. . The Governor replied
that although in favor of a Free S'.sU, ho
was willing And thought it qtiito proper
thnj temporary pro ec.ion he given to skve
proper'y in the Territory until the ques
tion be properly decidiid;hut that he coul.I
I not promise to sanction a bill he bad never
seen, and much. Ijjss could' Tie" agree to a'
bill making the penalty fof minor' offences
as he had heard pronosed.and thnt
he would not qfSoially rtcornmond the
Legislature to adjourn to tho 'Shawn'ee'
Mission.' At this the Genera) became
much ejol'e 1, and enleavoreilto get up a
quarrel-up')nhe words "border ruffian,"
reporteg to bave been -, us'eil oy uov. tt.
tie was old tiiiu tne use oi sucn .language
had been disavowed, jind that as enrly a
possible. jKu then deir?d to know if Oov.
R. had represented Kansas as , being con
quered and subiuirated by the citizohs of
Missouri; to which tho . Goverrror replied
ihatheia l. S.ringfellow . then inquired
further, if the Governor had ' intended to
charge liirp wMi any .'unlawful or dishon
est act, to which he replied that, hp believ
ed and had said that Gen., S. -was mainly
instrumental in croating th; excitement in
Missouri which had produced the present
state of thing's; and in aus'wer to" another
question by Su'in'gfvllow, said that he con
sidered such ncuui'so of conduct ns'unluw
ful and dishonorable. ' ,
By this time the excitement of String
fellow became very great, so much so as
itttract several persons standing in front of
lbs door, and he on the spot gave the (iov.
a verbal challenge which was immediately
declineJ, the Governor saying that ho ' was
no subscriber to tho dueling code. At
this time the Governor was carelessly sit
ting with his chair balanced upon tho. two
hind legs. Siringfellow advanced and by
putting his hand upon his shoulder pushed
Iiira over, at the same time - falling upon
him anil soratchlng him deeply in the
cheek with his nails. The Governor kick
ed hiiq off and rose to his feet, . both gen
tlemen drawing their pistols, when String-
fellow was seizail by the Attorney General
Isniiuksand Air. llal.lorman, nnuthe (iov.
dropped the muzzle of his wenpon saying
that he scorned to attack a man who was
prevented from defending himself. . By the
interference of tho two gentlemen the mat
ter was calmed down and o'.nngtellow
left. . . . i . .
To Yourselves and your readers I leave
all comment on this most unparalleled out
rage, merely slating further, that String
fellow, who thus begins by attempting to
intimidate the Governor of Kansas Teni
tory, nnd, fuiling .in that, personally as
saults him, is n resident of Wetlon, Mo.,
and makes no pretence of living in tho Ter
ritory. 'It is geuerally believed. that the
Missoiii ians have discovered that they will
be unabled to ronnatie two-thirds of the
Legislature nnd thus avoid the Governor's
veio; and, therefore) tho conduct of thoir
acknowledged leader. Duviug Ihe lata af
fair the Uovernor had twice good 'oppor
tunity to shoot S.tingfellow, nnd' the
friends of order and his friends are very
thankful that he refruiued; for had nnin-
jui v, evon the slightest, occurred to String-
tellow, in two hours a crowd ' would hnvo
been raised on the border, against which
resistance would have been useless, and
no one can imagine what would have been
the ultimate consequence. .- " -
' R;speetfully yours, 'TRAVELER.'
Item oval ol 3ov. llecdi-r. .
President . Pierce has succumbed. It
was necessary to the triumph of Atchison,
the drunken leader of a baud of drunken
rutlism, organized to fasten slavery upon
the people of Kanzas against their will,
that Governor Rccdcr should be removed;
and tint President, this head of this great
Republic, without the formality of a trill
or investigation of any kind, yields tu the
infamous demand and removes .him. - We
have not been nblu lo , approve of Gov.
Render's course, because we think, in Is
suing certificates, of election to Missouri
rulliaus hu gave up everything, nnd, as the
event shows, put the whole territory at
ihoir mercy. Nevertheless, , ns he lias
since , showed n dispovition to ntono in
vortio niensure for this mistake, we hold
that lie was entitled to tho support and en
couragement of the Executive Head of the
Nation, nt least until the law in Kansas hns
triumphed over bruUi force., But of Ihe
present administration, in expecting any
thing honorable, anything manly, anything
decent, anything but a servile crouching
at tho feet of the Slave Power, and an ab
ject obedience to its commands, we are
doomed to. a perpetual disappointment.
That Gov. Render would - be removed,
would never have been doubted for a mo
ment, if mankind did not instinctively
shrink fiom recognizing the idea of abso-
lu'o mf annesB. The Forney Administration
bids fair to com pel us to, recognize this
loathsome idea, for it appears to leave un
done no mean oi dishonorable act which
lies within its bower and we will do it the
justice to say. thauhu far It has kept its
i"""""1"" a religions fidelity.,.
Who Dawson, Oovemor Roeder's suc
cessor, is, we do not know. He is
probably one of Forney's favorites Cin.
Fon Nkw Maxrco. Major Richardson,
of the Third Infantry, left Fort Leaven
worth with 500 men. for New Mexico, on
t ",e 88tn of June. The command took out
- one 'ntlt'cil thousand dollars government
iBi1"0"8 n a irg supply of comraiisary
Chouuia. The cholera is prevailing at
t ...o."" '"'. 'X "uory.
, idut. Shepherd, Second Dragoons, and a
.oaugnwr oi uhiei justioe Lecompto. died
I thereon the 27th June.. W" '
CoiMtpMAenos of thlsMut( Amulets Oustts,
Esw Gazitti: According to' announce-
meet by hand-bills and also in the Ohio
ETgle, of a Mass' Meeting, to be held in
Sugar Grove, on the 28ih (of July; the
28th has come and passed, and so has the
thing called Mass Meeting. Botwithstand
ing it was announced that Gov. ' MedilU
Sam Medary, Dr. Olds, "the talented edi
tor." C. D.. Martin and other decidedly
great men were to address the meeting.
At 1 o clock, f. M.,the people commenc
ed collecting; and so far as numbers were
concerned there was not more than one nun-
died voter nd fifty boys present." - The
once prond Democratic township of Bern, '
with her S'JQ democratic, msjoruy . has
grown very cold air.ee the birth of Sag
Nicht-ism. I roust- give. you a short his
tory of the trouble that the Governor and
his posse had at this place, t. At (he hour
appointed the Governor, with the Band
from Lancaster, were at the hotel, at the
head or upecrend of town: the peopls with
the beer and native wine at the lower end
Of town. Now tho trouble commenced in
earnest; a strong anxiety on the part of the
ijovernor ana - tne commutee 10 iorm in
ptocession and -march down ..Main street
to the' warehouse where the speeches were
o be made, and equally as strong a feeling
on the part of the people to remain in that
portion of town where the native could be-
obtained without trouble, was manifest to
all: Thus.fof one hour or more, the Gov
ernor and the people remained in awful sus
pense. At last, however, through. ihe ef
forts of the expectants, the people were in
duced to join t,he Governor at the hotel
and form in procession, and be it said in
hoeor to the Band. that, they made good
music and much delighted the boyt. The
meeting was called to order by vol. sharp,
as Chairman- It will be remembered that
this is the same Sharp who at one time got
soft on the Sank question and bolted and
beat the regular ' ticket. From this be
never recovered as you will find ample tee
tunony in Ins tlefeat hy isorchers, tor coun
ty Commissioner. After bearing that de
fet with Christian resignation and show
ing no. symptom of bolting, and the great
demand lor more votes, all considered to
Ifether, were of sufficient importance to'in
duce the ' Fairfield County Clique (o.take
him on trial and if foun-i faithful lo the in
le rests oT the clique is to be taken into full
membership with them. Next was a call
for Stinohcurab.who appeared and labored
long and hard to convince t1;e people thnt
he was in good earnest; but in this he was
disappointed, tor I heard several of "lb
real stripe" declare they believed him to be
a d -n Know Nothing. He spoke of Mr.
Chase ns being a good democrat, and said
he and Governor Medill were of the same
political faith clear through, both demo
orats, both free-soilers; the only differ
ence claimed was that Medill was a little
free soil and Mr. Chase wai a good deal
free soil, but did not claim that he was not
as worthy of democratic votes as when
Judge Whitman and Kcllor voted for him
to represent Ohio in the Senate- of the U
nited States. Some present thought there
was more difference than ulaimud.but think
it. is in favor of Mr.1 Chase; he is an able
statesman and an honest politician. Is
Medill enter; JUr. fctirMicombin apologiz
ing for some of the evils thnt have been
perpetrated by thoe iu officeiand to satisfy
his hearers that - the party : should not be
held accountable, refured to the twelve A-
posilos, and spoke o( the onse of Jitdns, at
which a certain Reverend gentleman took
alarm and pitched into the speaker like a
thousand of brick. ' .This thing no doubt
would have ended in something serious
had it not been for timely interference on
the part of ; his Grmn friend who suc
ceeded in quieting down the feelings of tho
Ruv. gentleman, all Sag Nicht. . What in
fluence heir and the native had in the matter
I will leave those prccent nt the lime to
judge. Thus, after uu arduous effort on
tho part of Mr. Stinchconib he was only a
bio toconvlnce the Dutch, that ho was a K.N.
Next appeared the Governor and.mnde
the old stereotyped speech with the varia
tions, commencing with the alien and sedi-
i . . .
uon taws, uitimuig mere was an out wing
or federal some place in tho crowd, and h
was after him with a sharp slick. Now il
it was fleas the Governor was after ho had
the beat locution in town by odds. The
variations were tho aueuiions paid to the
reading of the first and second chapters,
as ho claimed, of Know Nothintjism, which
gnntly pleased that portion of his hearers
whocould neither talk nor understand Eng
liali, , The next variation was the exton
siv view the Governor took of the Aboli
tion question, claiming clour through to be
ii Mujrce toil, but not enough to do any
harm, and the people think notenough to
do any good. Now the truth of the whole
matter if, tho Governor would like to know
how tiiuoh free soil the majority of the vo
ters oi Ulno requited; he would have just
mat amount. - id sntisly your readers how
muuh interest his own parly lake in his
ml It, il was necessary at the titno ho wus
making his remarks that Judue Leohner
should stand at the door rod out side to
keep the crowd toL'eiher and inside of the
house. Tho J udge came out at one timo
when nearly half the immense trowd were
amusing themselves with their own Uilk.
and says, "come in gentlemen and huur
the Govornor." But oven this did not
produce any anxiety ns it took a good deal
of driving to get them in and some atten
tion lo keep, them in. The Ex-Probate
was called to the stand And much nraused
the Dutch in his attack upon tho Ameri
can causo, and Judge Shaw iu particular.
So gratifying indeed were his remarks thnt
one German taking the Judge with both
hands be lore he got out of the Iioubc,
shook him heartily and said, "dat ish right
oy suesus, give it 10 ucm. ' x oil may
juage.uear reauer.oi the feeling of his Uon
or at thus Deing saluted by one ofthoso he
claims to be most attached. . Here ends all
but the end, and I must here remark thnt
the Governor noed nut in future fear tkunkt.
as 1 understand, he culled Judge Shaw, as
he says for following him over the county.
Il'iho Governor ever gels nearer tlu nl dom
than on this occasion he may well be a
lnrmed,,as my informant says that in a half
bushel on the floor immediately over the
Governor's .head at the time ho was speak
ing there was a1 deposit of near a peck;
and po examination by a tuiluble judge, it
was pronounced not native. . Thus ends
the great Mass . Meeting at the warehouse,
in Sugar Grove. The procession again
formed and marched up Main streot to the
hotel, bearing to the breeze the flag of the
Lancaster Sag Nicht Lodge. At the hotel
another mortal affray look place, in which
the Governor came near loosing more thnn
he had giined in his powerful efforts, as
threo of his friends got into a general fight,
and no doubt would have made bad work if
left to carry out their own feelings. . Now,
Mr, JBditor, had the Governor lost throo
votes by death, that 'would hare made four
fa one day; one who became disgusted at
the proceedings of (ha day has since joined
the American Order. .Thus etyds on of
the greatest Mass Meetings that has ever
been seen by our oldest inhabitants.' .-' s
Bern gives the.- Amoriaan ticket ?00
votes this fall and no mistake. ':
: A DEMOCRAT.
irThe superiority of American inven-tiva-genius,
not only over that of our Eng
lish, progenitors, but indeed of all other na-
lions has become too tangible to be dispu
ted. It was notorious - at the World's
Fair in London, . that the Americans far
outstripped all others in the useful inveit
tions which they supplied. We beat' the
Entrlisli in vessels, railroads, telegrapha &
mauufaoturea by power. We are beating
them in the scientific artsot nemisiry at
Medicine, as we have long beat the rest of
mankind. A new and practical proof of
this assertion is shown in the fact that the
principal remedies of lha allied armies of
the East are furntslied trom tna wnoratory
of our own countryman.' Dr. J. C. AtbS!
of Lowell, lis' filling orders forf immense
quantities lDMit"vrfy feeiotal and La
thartio P7,for both the' land and sea for
ces in Turkey, His medicines have been
tried and approved oy tnose in power woo
have fdiiod them .the most reliable whiuh
they could pVodure for 'the exigencies iii
which they are to be employed. 2T. Y,
City XiflsAV? i J. ;.' vj-'i .
... Death, of Hon John Woods. "'
' This distinguished cit'zen i of our State
we recret to leaan. died at bis residence in
HaraCion, yesterday evnfpg, about five
o clock. Mr, Woods has been a very ac
tive and useful man. ' He served two terms
in Consrress, and held the office of Slate
Auditor for two terms.- In both of these
positions he acquitted himself most honor
ably, laborins with ureal anerffy to' pro
mote the interests of his constituents and
the State. He has been largely identified
with the works of public improvement in
this section ot.ths State, and to his indus
try they have been largely indebted for
their success. utn. uaeeae, j uiy si.
-. In common with all good citizens we re
gret the dealh of Mr. Woods. ! As an en
ergotio public officer," he will long be re
m'embered by the' 'citizens 'of Columbus.
He had many excellent and valuable trails
of character, and its rf business man nnd
citizen, his loss will be deeply felt in the
Miami valley. -- '-', ' ,
Excltcinetit In Ilamilion.
. Our sister city of Hamilton, Butler coun
ty, has of late been the scene of much ex
citenient. First -an attempt at assassina
tion, in which the Roman Catholics' are
mixed up, created much feeling. .Next a
murder was committed, which added fuel
to the flame, and lastly, as we see by the
Cincinnati papers, the town is in a fever
of excitement -caused by.rumors that the
Probate Judge of thnt county h"d been
guilty of tho most criminal conduct to
wards a daughter of Lieut. Creighton, and
of Mr. George Leonard, respetively aged
eleven and twelve years. ,
On .Thursday, n meotnig of. cmaans
was called at th Court House, relative to
the outrage, and n immense assembly
gathered there, at which meeting the story
of the little girls Was told, and serious
fears' were entertained of immediate pun
ishment to the offender. L. D. Campbell
and others addressed the meeting, nnd a
committee was appointed to investigate the
diarges, and report to an adjourned meet-
nS- . ' - :
ISTThe people of Cnhfornia arc pnsli.
ing forward to an early completion the first
railroad west , of tho Itocky MoiintHftiS.
Tho road from S.icrsmoiito city to Marys
villa is in an advanced :agc. Two ships
have arrived at Sanfrancisc.Oy ladoned with
Trails, locomotives, lenders, cirs, dec.
This is but the first installment of n sys
tem, that will soon extend all over tho ag
ricultural and mining portions of thai
State. . 1 ; ',
XThe Cinoinnati Enquirer dovotes a
column to prove that tlie Slave Democmoy
of Ohio is the special friend and patron of
tho liquor interests. That is no doubt
true in Hamilton county, hut there are
good Democrats all over the State that will
not thank it for the compliment.
' TI e Miasourians calling tliemsolvcs the
Kanzas leglidalur, have drawn up a me
morial to the President asking him to re
move Gov. Reeder. If tho President
would send n regiment of troops, and re
move them, be would do an act of simple
justice. : - . :' '. i , -. -
The famous Martha Washington steim-
bo.il conspirany lifts turned up at DoMon,
whore Samuel J. Cheney ha'.beon arraign
ed ooiore uommissioner boring on a
charge of perjury, in falsely swearing to n
certain shipment of goods on board that
- The ocnius just taken shows tho popu
lution of Ourlinglon. Iowa, to be ten thou
sand one hundred and thirty. It is proba
bly the largest town in Iowa, and is just
bcglning to grow.'- ;
Col. Charles Burr, in reference lo whoo
disappearance from Saratoga Springs tho
correspondent of tho-New York Times,
made so much ado, has turned np in New
York city. ,
The Duttler County Locofoco paper has
an entire column of announcements of can
didates for tho county nominations. ' Pa
triot! willing to servo the people are num
erous in that vicinity.
" Tho steamer Baltimore from St. Louis,
is reported to have sunk and gone to peioea
at Chester, Illinois. She was a splendid
boat and owned in Wheeling; Va.
Oov, Clark Las ooramuted the sentonce of
death passed on Mrs. Robinson, the veiled
murderess, to imprisonment for life in the
Sing Sing prison. . , .,...,,,!..
The Syracuse (N.' Y.) Journal says a
housekeeper of that place has contracted
for a supply, of potatoes for the coming
year nt 16 cents a bushel. -'
The Cinoinnati Cbmmerciel learns that
rocruitingfor the arm in the Crimea is
still going on quite briskly In that city.
Many barrels of potatoes are sent daily
by Expresa from. CiaoinorUiao -.Detroit,
Buffalo a.nd cities on tlie Lakes. . '.
' It is said thnt only five members of the
is.anzs legislature are really settlers in
that Territory. '-, .- '
atJT.The King 6fDonrhark has been
thrown from his hone, and badly but; not
fatally, injured. ' ' ..-. : . . : . '
The friends of the Republican causa in
Fairfield County, are requested to meet at
THE CITY 11 ALL,
.J IN LANCASTER, ON
mO N DAY NEXT,
Auffiisl 6, at 10 o'clock A. M.
For the purpose of appointing Central
Committee and the transaction of oilier
-! JtyA full attendance ia, requested.
Lancasleri August $, 1 053. V
"Scoab diiovx Mzktiko," In another
column wilt .be found a full report f . the
doihgstif tlSo Sag Nichts at SngAr O'rove
from- fine of our grapic reporters." - It must
have been a rich affair, rivaling ihe ever to
be remembered Mass Meeting at Oster
man's. . Gov. Medill being a fbeb soilkb
is deci.fodly lauglmblo. . He certainly for
got that he was not in "niggerdom."
J"u lg Lehoner's altatk upon Judge Shaw
wa an excellent spccnen.ofna potatoes
and derhagoguiM.sin, ungentloraanly, cow
ardly nn f most decidedly ' extra-judicutl
We were, soi rr to see Mr.. Stinchcomb
mixing in so strdnglv with the Sig Nichts
leaders, but .sjnee he sueceeddd in couvin
cini the Dutch that he was , a decided
&now XolMn) -wi foi'ffive bim and hope
for a reformation.1 ' ' " " V
WThctl tlie Sag Nichts have suoh ' t anoth
er outPorRtS5 may we be there to see
iTiffor the information of that distin
guished State functionary who "wq.uld like
to see Mr.'.- Chase dure . to spenk in this
town" we will state that if his optica are
good, lie can hive an opportunity on Mon
day next.. 7 Perhaps that gan of Irtth
whom the State Iceps employed to repair
"breaks in'the canal" will be ut leisure also,
and would like to hear him; or if they
are indisposed and can't attend, he can in
vito some of li French friends.
t3Tk correspondent of -the Cincinnati
CommerciuW a warm fiiend of Hon. J
Scott Harrison, says that gentleman will
not be a : candidate for Governor against
Mr. Chase, and has no doubt he will so
declare himself whenever a proposition of
the kind is made to liim. " ... . ,
atSTTue Exccntive Committee of the
Fairfield Agricultural Society will hold a
meeting: on Saturday next to make, ar
rangements for the Homing County Fair.
We liope to see a full turn out. of the
Board. - - " '- ' -.- '. - '
'. See A lvertieemeni in another column.
; FhIhI Aceidi-nt.
We are pained to learn that MICHAEL KlCU,
Esq., ot Cloarcrnek township, in thlscounty, departed
this lire on the SCHiliut. ' On the Hth he hud visited
Lanoaaler on business anfl on his way homo In theaf-trn)-ni,
ami near the rsideuce of Mr. Cuslln Wilson,
bis horse to-k fright aud become iimiianngeiblf, threw
hint out ofhlsb-ijjy.siiil liijiired dim Insuth a degree
as lo produce ilenlh as heforo sUUrt. He was nne of
tho early pioneers of Fal.-fl.'ld county, wa seventy
yesrs of age, and was blglily estuemed by all who
knew lit in a an upright end usvfnl nlUcn, It : place
for useful ite is will uotsoou b Blled In his net'berkood'
He was a sol. Hor In th war ef 1612, aid bad ou thn
day he roootved Uo ti.Jury, made bis application for
an adilttlon.il bounty lund warrunl.
Aud Sowers to w;tvr at tho north wind'abreath, .
And sturstntot butall.
Tuou hut .ill i.-a.ins for th'.i.enirn.OIDi.ilh.'' . ..
DIED In litis cltv. althl reiUUiica of Ills irand-
fathi.'. Dr. (I mi. IV, il.c r.tloi-. t ir a brief illncas, In
Ili i'JIsttdiirnf hltai, Mr, Gil JHOli H.. oldest sou
of Dr. iai ilx O. clAa di mil M.j. .Mjrg'l Ed-
wnrns. 01 (.iiuinniiii.
Ts doiith or this citima'ila vo-ins mm in iv well
Uavea salutnr- lmpres.iinu tinnn Ihla cominuiiity.-
Ilere wa he horn; ben si't-nt the clilof pjrt of liii life;
and thouxn recently rdaxling vUeoiicru. hare. In lliu
wle ordering of tl id's Friiduiicc, ivu.t Iij cullod lo
die. And lli.i mh dylnx nl 1111 am ivli.ni hhm young
men think U y ar b it u.-tinnlnv 10 live, hu was a llt
Ung i-loau nf a life wliiclittti o.n.g uml Uie old luuy
wll dualrii In oopy, and it is mine to sny that I15 was
willing to d31urt. More th 111 time years l-'o hu m ulo
a puhtie prol'cssiou of his sltiftiliicus and of his reli.
ante upon Christ for sal ration, in connection with tho
Prvthytirlan, Church of this oily; and though he him-,
self win humble In coi.fo ising m my sho: ico-nlugs In
duly, we bolteve hu m ilnliiiij.t hU profion before
th j world. Hi litsl sctfiies, ai ho Iny fir a weCc upon
a boil of h ipelias auT-jrlng, wore donply affeeting,
(olainn and instruct v. 1: ami we have hut Utile sym
pathy for lhi mini Ihiil could slund by Ihnt couch of
otrntn, sno e nnmovva ana nnnvncntcit. seldom
have we s j in a dying pjrsoQ luvu so little anxlely for
himself, hud so much tender concern for the foldings
oi irtnnu ana ior ine auivution 01 tners. 1 nis mo
ther h snjil, "Do you know thnt yur poor boy is dy
Intr? 1 am not afraid to dli. Yort. tliautrh I walk
Ibrough Ihe valley and ths shiutow nfdoalh, 1 will fear
no evil; ror thou art with rao." mtt hislhintjilils, his
rhortallons, and hie fervont and touching prayers
were for others. He besought beloved cotnp-inlous to
meelhlmln buuven; lios.iumodoitlin while all around
were Intoara; and his oamest prayers for bis bjlored
grandfather, paropti brothers, slstersnnd pastor, will,
by soinobaarts at loant, bo never lorgolten. It was a
privilege in ba thoroi and a llf.' with suoh an esd,
though brief, was not in vain, To hi in the word ol
tic poel may well bo applied 1
It I not growing like a troe
a In bulk dnih make in in bettor ha, .
'Or Ktnndlng long an n.tk three htiudrod yuar,
. To fall a log at last, dryt bold and tear,
A lily of n duy , . . . .
-'' lflrer far m Miiv. ' i
, Aitliough It full nnd ill that night.
Il was the plant nnd flower urilirht 1
'i In small proportions we lust buanllcssnoi
. And In short moaiuros llfu may perfoi l be.
Though his death Is early, Hi I a life was a fitting pre
paration for a heller, and in him la fulitlled Ihe dovis
("iis of tiui Ri'rlpl in Tli jy U1.1t aook m i early shall
find me: an lili i," that honor mu I will honor. Muy
ms nL'pirmre o a ninsmiig 111 millty I - - .
Ilia f. moral was lan;oly uttundod nl six o'clock Inst
evening) hut s dlicu'irie upon 1!m oVcnalon will be
..llicl. Prorld nine wrinilllug. In the "raatij tcrl
au l uiiri-U, uu Subbutk 11c.il, nt lulf pa.t four u'clock
. - notice. , ,
ALL persons are cautioned not totrado f.rr or buy
any noies or due bills glvon In nty favor, as pay
mout in all eases has been Stopped. All thai may 00
ogered by others th-in myself, srere stolen from iny
store on Ihe night of Uie Brit or Angust.
Lancaster, A ugust 3, leU-3 13 J. 0. SMITH.
1 ' ACRIC17LTCRAK. NOTICE. "
(frilHB Bxecutlv Commute of th Fairfield
TT JL Cnnntv Agrlculturxl Meelely, Is requested
-TXloMEKT at the WASHINGTON HOTEL, on
Urday ntrt tkifouMk last, at one o'clock P, M. for
transaction or Important business.
It is duslrabl thai every member of the Cntnmlllo
should be prenont. . 1). SIKFOKU, President.
, Lancaster, August 1, 1B33--lw!3 ,.
! Lockvllla Mill. '
THB attbseiiher has purchased th above properly,
and is now prepared In do custom work aa well
as merchant work. The mill has been well repaired,
and is In good ordar to do work In either wy. He is
also prepared to buy wheat at all times, or Aonr the
earn for customer. If desired. He bo employed an
aporleitced miller, aud will render general satisfac
""im Distillery, with all Its machinery, for sale,
Jogothrr with Boll.r. Tubs, &. ,! Sawmill ad
joining II Is also for sal. ' r
Parsons wishing to boy town lot can Te accommodated-
Th proprietor can atall tine be found at
his mill In Leckvllle.oron his farm, l mile auuth
ast of Lock till, and 1 mil west of Carroll,
. PANIBL FOYRB.
; Augnslt, 1&S5. SralS '-
C I T TiCONJECT I O Ti JJ B .
" : SAMUEL HENLEY,
Inform tho eltliens of Lancaster
J Vend vicinity, that k ba opened a new Confee
llunary r( 0U; serasr Mmin SrrsXaadlas
PuMc Sevan; wher ke will onUntly keep on hand
s well assorted Slock of Cs aectisasrf , grails, .
He prepared, on short nolle, to do any kind f
Baking in his line. In a mssstr warranted to nleaae.
I- -Cijiav manufactured and sold ! and rslaii.
B f-urnssminl Tobacco, the very beat will at all
simes o inunu ai tne uuy uonreettonery,
b prepared to accommoawl -sUtlres-Tnf Oenilemen
with fen CataM Midsummer refraahmeDt. -
" Havlnr Dmcared a room for the namoao.liai will
tanoaster.Juiy as, lfi litr
BepuMlcaa Klasa Cnvuilsu
In our columns to-dsy will ba found I
for a Mass Meeting of tha Rpulicans
this county. We learn from private
soureea that the Hon. 8. P. Cbajx and
tun, ii. i vu win surety present. i.Tr '"..""l"ll" ' w' 0"r u public ul
"nends of tha causa here have made ,rJ,"" a x.ik, imwut uishounof is
olork A.M.amKo'elocli P.M..Uiraiu.i....u
arrangement for a regular outpour- Rt w-u: TbKut hair or th. North.
ngof the people. Wa hope to tea one of
the good 4)ld fashibned cthcrin2s. r Mr.1
nmn will dfirt hin nnsirm-nnnn ti
-"" r ' '" I
ious questions of National and State policy.
and we trust every America:) will hear
them., I r ' i": '
REGULAR B1EETINGSI .
LlaCAKTCa LOBOB.Ko. 57 ,'- . '. v Autr.Sl, J8J5
Fsbrntr; 2, - . e. STKl.NM AS, Kocaidor.
Ad.imruani.nn. X. ... -- xv.
Fixing permanently regular market dar for the City
of Laudator, ana repaattng varloui ordiuaocee aud
na ui viuiunwrai ioiiiuiiiik iu. u.n lieu vi miu
citr, and amending IbeSnd Section of tbe ordinance
Kill , a'lu aucuuuiK iu aim occiioii oi tu wruiiiamm .
eulilled-'Aa Ordinance establishing aud regululing
tha market In the town of Uneartar" naaeed Jul;
SBC l.Bt it rim'ns las Citl Cueil.(Ci'ir
Lmtutw. That there shall be established In
sjid C'.ty for lh eourenienca oflls Inhabitanu a ro-
galar ins rice I, which shall be ueld at the maiket-noiseo
in hiu ivj hii ' ' auuviu, miu vaiuiuaj oi cu u wc&
front the 1st dey of October to the 1st dujf July. and oa
Tuesdur, Thursdajr and Satunla; of eavb. week, from
too 1st day of Jul) to the 1st dny of October. . .
See. !. That the Secoud Section of the Ordlnanco
entitled fAn Ordinance eslablisUInc aud regulating
the Market In Uie town of Lancaster!" passed July In,
MS, by eo amended as to read, "See. 9. That il shall
be Uie duty of the Market Was tor to aweep tha Mar
ket House eleait the dsT nrevlaus to each marketnd
at all time to bare said Market House in good and
bealtlily condition, to preserve good order, causa wag
ons and other vehicles to be so placed around the
Market House da beat to ault th eoiiTenieace of buy
ers, wke eharge of all weights and measures and other
property oeiouging to tite eiarcet ,tionn, remove
all obatruoUoue and nuiencous tberctu aud sl-out the
some. Also, to remove all disorderly persons found
loitering In and about said Market Honae during Mar
ket hours, to attend lo the weletlina of butter at least
oio a week, and if he shall Bud any Butter of leu
sell tt at public aalo and pay over th proceed to the
Treasurer of the said city of Lancaster.
emniinanonereator eaie, to take aald flutter and
obo. a. mat the rollowina Sections of OKflnanm
aua me following ordinance be and the same are
hereby repealed, namely, Section one, two and three
oi me ordinance entitled "An urU!nanctnblishlng
andregulatiug the market In tho town of Lancaster,''
paeaeu juiy it), lou. Also, the Ordinance entitled
"An ordinance to amend au Ordinance regulating Ihe
Markets passed July 18,1645, passed May 13, imi).
Also tho iSiith Section of an Ordinance regulating the
Markets In the town or Lancaster, passed August 7th,
1840. AnOrdinanco ontitlod'An Ordinance supple
mentary to several Ordinances regnlatiog the Mar
An Ordinance entitled "An Onli
kets oi mo town or Lancaster, nuaaed Aii.mi 31. ipjo.
Ordinanee regulating the Markeuin the city of Lag.
A .. n .1 1 1 loin w. A n - A . L . .... 1
Ordinance esianlinhing and regulatinr the Markets In
tho town or Lancaster, passed July 18. 1845, passed
DecemborlO, iei3. An Ordlnanoe entitled "A special
Ordiannco e.uliii.hlm. th ii..,.. h. uji..
ly Murkcu day during tho year," passed December
11. 1S04. . " . . .. .
Rec. 4 This Ordlnnnce shall take effect and be In
iorce irom aim aucr ine legal puniirntlon.
CHARLES F. SH.EPPliR.PresMent.
Attest O. S. WiLLtan, City Clerk, aug. S 3 13
. An rdinance
Te chango the grado of Iheso parts of Broad Strecti
North of Main etraut, extOHiilug between Main aud
uouting atreeu, aua between Wheeling and Mul
iKU. 1. Bt it trdaimtl ty las Cify Council ef Ihe
J Cilt of iaaeosrar. That the centre line of that part
v. ..,,. i-ir.li i.,iin ui piiiin mreei, extcnuing oe
ttreeiitho Court House and Wheeling Struct, sliullke
on a declination of one dogree Month, from the centre
of Wheeling Street to Iheiopnf the Houlh side of the
rmiioriiioiuie aayacaios tnrear of tlu eourt-huuso.
8ec. S. Thnt th-) oentrj line or that mri nr it.,.
Street North of Wheeling, and kluiidlng between
Wheeling ritraet and Mu;borrv trnt. .In.ll h., H
declination oftwenty-two mltiutos North fruiu the ecu
tre of Wheelinr Klrout to Mulberry Etrnot.
Sar. 3. That &utt(ira on Hi.. R ,t .Ida artmih n..i. r.t
of thlsordluauco. shall be so dooro.iaud. arrmleii nnd
ii.r.o mruui us iiuinoa in tuj nrst unu aiicono .hiiii una
constructed as to liitoroepl.roceive & carry offline half
mu wiiwr inn.idns upon aiua itroetor parts or street.
So. 4. It l hereby made the duty of the owner or
,..m,..,, an. iiiinr pnri or 101 on Mroan? Ktrert bo
twecn Whoolinr Stroot ot Main .Streot. and AM Hpnnri
Ktreotlvjlw janWIinulIus Street and MnlK.im-Kip.ar
to cut down their side walks, se thnt the .im .h.n
correspond whh the change of grade as cnntvjnuluted
In the Drstanda-'couil Sections of this OrdlnuHco. !
amine vruinnuceoi April n, iKm, nxlng
..I ..f.l.ll.1.1.. 11. 1.. t n n. . I
". -.limn ,ua siviu in uroan nireei. c-econil
Street, I'nlumtxis Htreot, Fourth Ktroot. Mulberry
btriu-l, Wliiliug Btrjjv, Ch ).tnnt Btroel, Wnluiit
Street and .Mill Street, ns surroyod by the town bur
veyoror und jr lha direction of the town Coniici1.be
hiio inaeniu us nirony p irnrineiitty nxod aud estub
lislieriai ttu locul rrnde nfaild Sln.u. -
fan. . That e much of thi Ordinance of April' 0,
18n.ar,d of Nettlon of this Ordinance osconSlrUwilh
the llrstand second Seotlnusnfthis Ordlnanco, be and
mu auuie . ueri-iij nipoiueo, -
CHAKLKS P. SHEFFER. Prestdont.
Alt-l O. S. VViLuans, City Clork. July 20315
An Ordinance , . ' . .:.
Siipplomoiitarytoan Ordinance forth suppression of
, Nniwuces within the Clly of Lnncnsler. .- -
SKO. . Bi it erdaitied ty Ut, CUf Council of t.
Ci'y ft'iacosrer, Thnt It shall huniilawl'Wiroranv
Butcher or other person to nsv or occupy any house
or other building for tho purpose of killing or slaugh
tering any Bonves, Sheep, Calves, Hogs or oilier anl
mula within Ihe limit of said citv, except as in the se
cond aectlon herunf provided, t.verv person or per'
sonsogriidlng against Ihe provisions' of this Rerllon,
eliall for every day he or they sluill continue louse or
occupy any houso or other building for Iho purpose
aforesaid, bo lined in any sum not exceeding ten dol-.'
lars uor Ices than five dol lam.
Sac. t. The provisions of the prececdlng Section
shall not apply to lb uso or occupancy for tho purpose
aforsiild, of any henso or other building siluntu within
said city, not more than than one hundred feet from
the corporate limits or boundarkoa thereof.
rl. 3. ir any Butcher or nthor nurson ehnll suffer
or permit any house or other building mod or occupied
hy him for th purpose of slaughtering therein uny
Besvea, Hogs or other animals, or shaft suffer or per
mil the grounds wherein said honso nr olhor building
ahull bo erected, to bocomo nauseus, faul, offonstve or
injurious to the public health, he shall lie subject to a
ttnaof not leasthan flv dollar and not snore than fif
teen dollars In every ease, and to a like flu for everv
day the same shall continue after nolle to renxrv and
abate such nuivnnce. - ,
8 4. That Section fill or ths Ordinance entitled
"an ordinance for the suppression of nntsanee within
Ihe town of Lancaster," passed June IU, lf.3l, ba aud
the sam Is hereby repealed.
CHARLES F. SH.V,FFKfl, President.
Atteit-G.S. Wnutns.Clly Clark. July SO SwIS
DENT18TU Y. '
TT AS returned to the city, whre he expects to ro
ll J niul n permanently In the practice of his profciston.
G ratefnl for pnst favors, be hopes by attention lo busi
ness to niorit the patronage nr his old friends and tits
publlo generally. Odtce, Main Street, two doors East
oflbu ObioKsgle. Lancaster, July II, lsaj 3m U .
- nniUOYAL. . t .. .
ii u . 1 . - Vt Offlee 1 now In Ihe Tallmailge
ffif-li. If J. Building, entraucn next door te
UiTM"Wpn''Pringer 4 Trout's Clothing Store. 1
("UXif on Tooth with Gold ndglvo eertlllcales
ofgunrrantoe. I spend a great amount of labor and
care ooaach fllllug. and all repairing (if any should
evor be uoeeasary) will b done by tne without chargo.
I give my entire attention tothieoportlon and can give
positive assurance thnt every porson can save ail tbsir
Teoth lo old age by timely and frequent attention.'
- II. SCOTT. s
Lanesster, Julyl, 1833-311 '
To Firmer! : -,.
TTTB bar on Band one Carriage and one Top Bug
TI ry, for sal cheap. Thoe wishing so purchase
will And It lo their advantage to oall anon.
July 19, 1X33. 3t WHITE Jr. ca JULIAN.
NKW Us tVOivS .
.-.. .' jcst aaritvaa a--.;. -.. ;
SRARLG'S BOOK STORE,.
OppoalleShwrrer' Hotel, Lancaster, Ohio
HONBY MOON and other Coinalltles from Punch
Autohlogrsphyof an Actress, by Mr. Mowalk
Journey to Central Africa, hy Bayard Taylor .
Kanaaand Nebiaeka, by IJulo
Sunny MemorleoTForlgn Unds,6y Mr. Stow
The Bolter Land, by Thompson
Napoleon 4 his Army, Tho Camp Fires of Napoleon.
A Sno lot of Annuals for 1845, and Sa lot of (null
uni ntioKsoi an KIUUB.
Catholic Prayer Books. Episcopal Prayer Books, and
1 largo In of Family Bible and Pocket Bible at
School Books an
ml Stationery at Wholesale Ifetall.
1, Port Monies, and Pen Knives, for
(ale at the Book Store of
Oct. S6, 183 i
OwnerlM gAanyer,( Unlet.
TO FARMERS. ., "
WANTED ImmedlsUlySonebnshela of CORN In
h ear, for which cash will be paid on delivery
at th Lancaster Depot of the C, W. At Z. Rail Road .
a. " -aw. v . ' ALFRED WATT8.
MorroW, Ohio, Jan. 4, 1833 33tf
TTTMr. Mllnor freight Agcut will receive and pi
tor tbe worn. -
"TTA8 rcmoYed hi oflle to Lnttn't 'center'.
msv ine voun nonso, opposite th Ohio Eaal Offlc.
Lncitr, 0WbrS,lSi3 - -.
SI tna vonrt llonse.op
JCrii is estimated that tha wool clip ot 1-',.';'"';;""" miBSof . order for wie
.0)o of 1855 has been sold for $5,000,000. .fd dlK2 Cmmo,e;0.,?rb.,,, t!f.?;2J
Conn Home In Laneatlar, on ttwrimytlusstk in t
. ' fM8M, btflw.t.n Uo koura of lOo'elook a'm'
i ii 1 1 ni ill n st n it n n n o-aiocx r. r.ainwinr .(.u-k.
cuavor, uassea juiy IB, io, passeo uocemser 1,1851. 1 T-Tr-r,,.-, . ,, ,. . t
An Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to amjnd an I V?J . . , . S.'.f,vn,, 1,11 Praons interested,
Ordinance supplementary In several Ordinances re- I ln'j0t'" 4. Collius, Exe'torof PetorBeitz.duc.,
b,,.oT ti 1 1"p,llu,"''r1c Pi
Pu"kU ' n4 of.. onUr tmii
Rmko. is,tabjMioihdoidr o"cihi?i il
AfiSazTSriS. w " "to" '-"'
...7 - T""'i." V IM Is o
iiw uunN iron me aarof nl.
ii.bi run i n, hkrlS.
B v J JBr C. M. L. WISEMAN. D.p.tT.
Birw 4 Dtv6aTT, Att'rs. iali l-lipfjg
I SherilT's Sale.
TU niQki, rtirftli CnntfyiM.
,VS",.",t! Ko' of Mth 8qr of U town
of BIUmo, PalrHeld county, Ohio. .
D 1 1.- - .
intt of i. W, Mlnt and olhore. - ": -
iwmioiiiu tasn. . WM. POTTER, Itherlir. --
ti By0.--!- WISKMAH.Depuly.
UKSUAT lo the eommaud of a eecont or4o'r"of
Ml. Ire IS the PfinW nt PIa. I. ...J
- , - . -. hh ... ,
f?,?"'0".? 10 m? ''a. 1 flr at publlo
.',7rJ ""J ri' '".L" V o. rd inessth.
cluek A. M. and 4 o'elock P. M., the following deecrl
bed mat etmeto wl-Th eart half of the eoutbeana
miarter of luction So. 8, In township No. IS, of Kauge S
o. U. situate in the county of Fairfield and Hut of
' "''KH u-li. Appraised ataiH.OO pr
.To be sold asUie proprrti of Jlibethoi CU
riuo L y,l rigor, at the aull of K. M. Fowlur. ,.1'ermor
Ml cub. , .... WM..POTTHB. Khirtn.
Ma Kin A Mlrt&i&Jk W1"u". .
JuW is. irs ' ' i
' Swll prre3,C0
r ttaftf oaie, MrfitM P(y, a.:
PURSU A ST'lo the command of sb order of sale from
the Court of Common Fleas of FalrScld eonmv.
onto, and to modirveled, I will offer at pabHc solvit
the Conn) Home in Loncastar. on Satardeefls 4tkdaf
I JIfnut,Jl. D. 18JS, butween tliuhoursoMOviw-ir i
.J?" Ild.f rh,ck p- ln' follwii.g properly,
to-wlt: The North half of the Northwest Quarter ofSee
i m ' ' T""'",1P No- '3' ' Bnge No. 10, siluutej.
rZ. Ll . " J """ ppraisi-aat ceperaor. -.
To be sold aa tho property of Ellas Tutrow, Asa
Groun and Jamo M. Pratt, at the euit ef Cornelia
8iecnrod. Terms of sal aash.
V r- . WM. POTTER, SherilT.
. ." By C.M.L. WISEMAN, Deputy.
MakTHi at SciiLiira, Alt'ys. Jane 2tt-5w8pf3
.. - Probate Notice. ' T"'
NOTICE Is hereby given I all persons Interested
that the accoants and vouchers urik. f.t.. .
Richard Prasure, Robert Young and William Davis,
have been tiled in the Probate CnnrLar n.i.ni.t
ty, Ohio, for Inspeclion and aettlement, and that Iho
V. ' "" " "teniui auy or August A.
B. 1BJ5, or as soon tliorcufter as may be eonveuient.
. .....iuc. nn a yy, rrouate judge. -
Lincnstor, August 9, 1HS3 Swl3 , -
do do . llnvill Kn.l ita.a.uiJ . .. .1
un" r- Aahbro"k,on of the Exoi-utors of Jacob Hu-
"r'"ac'd.haven'led thoiraeronnls and vouchor. In
llie f'"""! Court of PolrSeld county, olilo,mr In-
spection and setlleioent. and that suid imhiiu .ill
c0,na '"Ji ""'Jn " 22'd dny of Auguet noat,
1 0' on thereafter . w may he eonve-nlcnt.
- "AW, rrobate Judge.
Folate of tVilliam EJIin.
IVfOTICE Is hereby glvon, that the subscriber has
1 been appointed and qualified as Kxecutrix of Ihe
last Will and Testament of Willi,., kill.
Fairfield eminty, Ohio, duccitscd.
uiy i, in j. 1 jwii A.ta KLLIS, Kyecutrlx.
I'robnie .Votico. .
TtOTICE la hereby given to all parsons Infereslcd .
11 that the accounts and vouchors of the Kstales of
John M. Johnston, Mnrtlu Kmlth and John Creed. have
been Hied In Ihe Probate Court of Falrlleld County,
Ohio, for inspection nnd settlement, and thai suid ar
counlswill be for hearing on the-Slh day of August A.
11 1 .... , . .. . . . .
t" i.i u iuiiii inreaiiur na muj no.
VIKlill, K. VV, Probate Judge.
Lancaster, July 19, lbjj gwTo.
t I'rofrate Notice,
TVTOTICE Istiereby given lo all person lnlcreled,
ill that Llnnlel Rudolph, Cuardlnii iu Lunacy, of Pe
ter Rudolph, and Illrnm Moningcr, Kx'r of Henry
Mouingur. doc, havo tiled their accounts and vouch
ers In Ihe Probate Court of Falrlleld county. Ohio, for
Inspection and settlement, nnd thai the same will bo
hearing August St:th next, nr ns soon thereafter ar
nisioo. v iituiii r.. r, 11 A w , rrobate Juilgc.
Uncaatef, Jul) 19, 1835 3wlr. .
TJ0T1CE WHorcny given, that a ruMM'"! will lie
1 1 will be presented lo- the Coininlssloiivra of Fair--ff-ild
county, ui their regular aelon In Hoptutnhor
next, praying for an nil ri.t nn of so much of Ihe n il'
losding from Baltimore lo Mlllarsport as lies between
the south Hue nflHasoutliuiial qnnrter ef section No.
S, ana the Ohio Canal; said alteration to i-oinmei.ro
where the road strikes thu south line of tho southeast
quailur of section No. 5, running enl on tho section
line-between the lands owned by Cooperridor and
urovus 10 ine vnio iuniii, inenc north oil tne graver
bank ef Uie Ohio Canal 10 lul irsurl the road on raid
bank. . MANV PETITIONER'.
Walnut township. August SltlSS-.; . , 5t)4
I'stete of Jnracs A. Balcpr.
NOTICE U hereby glvon that the subscriber hns
ben npointed and qualified aa Administrator
n tha lliliite' of J.itno A. Buker, deceased, late of
Kulrflald counlv. Ohio; Bntod at Lnnorstor, this Is
uj 01 August. IhSJ. . blliVESlliK STITM, Adltu ;
11.II.I O IGCt In.f'k J
ugust 3, 18M-3W13
SAFETL SPEED 11C0MF0RT.
'"'.'' NEW', express . 1 . j.,.-.
FROM LANCASTER TO ATHENS,' .
Commencing Monday! July' id, 1833.
mHP. Now nnd Splendid Packet Boat, GLOBE G.
fl GORDON, Mmler will loavo Lancaster, from lb -Warehouse
ofJEFPHlES dc WOOD, at tho junction of
the Cunnl and Railroad us nbovo, dc run In connection
with Ihe Trains on th O. W. di Z, Railroad, as follows:
Lcuoen Lancatter Mnndays,Wedncsdayoi Fridays,
Lnurcw 4rAsa Tnosdays, Thursday and Saturdays '
TO Tll.tVF.LEBS. 1 - .-1
Passongers toavlng Cincinnati In tho S o'clock A..Nf
Traibiby tbeC.W.di 2. Railroad, will arrive at Athens
next morning. In time to take the Stuge going South,
ed returning will connect with UteCars for Clnela-.
natl, and Stage for Columbus being the only line con-nerf-ng
with ther Cars at Lanoaster, both ways. Paa
sougors will And II the quickest, choupest and most
pleasant route. No charge at Lancaster for transfer
of hegguge. .Excursion parlies carried at low rates,
Tho Proprietors of th EXPRESS PACKET, re
spectfully announce thnt. In compliance wltb the soil
ettationsof many eltisonaof Lancaster, Athens, ec ln
Hrmudiute lowuoii U10 route, they hnvs detormlned'
toestabllaha LINE SotwoMi Lancaster nd Athens,
which will connect at Lauoastor with the trains on thw
Cini Wilinlnglon A Zanesvi'iie Railroad, A .wilhjth
AD AIM! EXPRESS CO., - .
thus affording tho best fsollltlcs for Iho speedy tmrue
portatinnnf Freight or1 Passengers ttvand from rXiltar
Grove. Logan. Nelionville, I'lniunccv. Athens nnilCi,r
clnimtl. Hoavy Freight carried at as low rates a any
othftp reannnaitile line.
AN IRON SAFE will bo varrled on ihn ooaf, for
lb Mcurity f-moiiV'aud olhervaluablea entrusted
tooureare. Orders for fionds, to bo returned by our
line from Cincinnati orLancasier,wlll bo carried f raw
of charge whou put Into a postage stamp nvlooov
andonclosure of money In Uie same when It docs no
xceud fAHk. '. ' ....' -i :. .
XtT Apply on tho Boat. or to Jcffrlos oV Wood, Lan
caster; J. itochesterdc Sons, Logani Kappa dc Rem-
pin, Nelsonville; Ri De Stelger, Athena. .,
. July 111, W54 3wll OOHOO.N dt Co., Proprietor.
CnnrdUn Sale. - t -
virtu of an order of sale In m directed, Issued
th Probate Court of FatrBeld county. I will
sell at r
tsSS(ady .Tawi, Irfoi, batwsea th hours of 10
nubile vendue, on tha premises, on Aorarrfav .
A. M. and 4 o'elock J. M. of aald day, tha following
described Real Estate, lo-wltt Heine- one-fourth of tho
two undivided Sfth parts or ths Southwest Qusrlor of
Section nanihsr twenty-four, (?4) Township number'
twelve (It!), Range nnmbertwenty (80,) except thirty
thro (33) acres sold off of tho West side of said lluur
ter Section. Also Iheono-foarlhnf th twonndlvldeit
Sftk parts of Ike following described tractor parcel of
land, being Forty (111) acres of the Southeast Quarter
or aald Section, particularly described a follows) .
cenuuouclng t the Louthwest comer of said South,
eaat Quarter Section; thence East 14 87 chains to a
stone; thence North $ T4 chains to stonei thene
Wost 10 chains to astonoj tlieaee North 144 chains
toastono on the balf section line; thence West
3 T8chaln to tbe Northwest comer of said Quarter
Section; thence Sooth 40 37 chains to the place of be-
f inning. Said lands all In FuirSeldeouuty,Oilo,and
11 Cloarereek township- r. , ;
rrsw Suit One-third cash In hand, and In rest- '
due In two equal snnnal payment with Interest secur
ed by mortgage. First tract appraised al (383. 8ecn4
tract appraised at $180.
:4 HENRIETTA MnlNTYRE,
Guardian of John Melntyra.Mlaor. ;
' S-rtscncow 4 siw, Attorney.
. Jnly SS, I8SS 5wl2pf4A0 f - -.si- '
' ' " DAGUERREOTYPES. -rflHB
subscriber ha removed hi establishment Into
his New Room JT.rA Sid Main irssi,sw rink
f Buk, andkaa Sued them up In a style unsurpassed
In the West. He hopes that the publlo will appreciate
his efforts to please and extend to htm liberal patron
age. Every thing has been don that could be done t
nsuresucoesslnevry department of the art, and hi
pictnrescannot be surpassed. V. M. GRIBWOLD.'
H. ,B.PsrsonswlhlngvolrtUiartwlllhvgrr .
facilities fordoing so her.
. Honrs from o'clock A.M.nntlUo'eldrtP.lsV ' ''
LanoasUr, November W. ISM tJ' ;,i