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Jlii Qi LANCASTER:
rtliifdy Meriilutr. JanelT.lSSS
, . .. . Jim Lway' Shootioj Scrape.
Tba L iwrvnu. convspondanc of tha
lliasouri RpuMion, writes of ths shoot -in:r
affair in wLich Mr; Jim Lne tilled
. , It rosy b proper to sty tlist Mr. Jenkins
dug tbe well, anil, io fact linn rnd almost
II tha (mproeemnts upon the claim, anil
"uudonU.rilT though lie had a right to go
Anywhere on I'm prenaivj un'il the q'i
'lion was sellled in a Wal mmnr. To-Jmr
't noon Mr. J'tilim a-nt ona of hi men
for water. Lane refu"H to let liiro hv
"ot. He returned and Mr. Jpokini and
WO.pr threa others started fot-Linui prm
iee laling an ai and each a - reviHver
"Mcrpt Mr. Jenkiis. Tliey cut away
i gate that Line had iiJosrfd up- a pat
" 'that Mr Jenkins had mad bfor Line on-
:.. j .1.. i - i. i. r. .1..
vup-sru ic ihjupv. air. ivuniuo mis uic
' axe at the gate, and advanced atone to
wards the well. Lane came out of the
tyinme rlrear a nan to his ahonhier. mm
mended Mr. Jankin to atop, giving if he
draneed farther he would shoot him. Mr
tv . ...
lersins conimoea to walk townru the
Veil with a pail in his hand, when Line
fired and Mr. Jenkins Ml riddled w i 1 1
er sijiy buck shot. He died almost in
tanil. One of the men with Mr. Jan
lint then drew a revolver and shot at
Lane, hitting hi n in the leg.
This, of eume is the storry lolJ hy
tuia'a most bitter enemies.
Another correspondent savs of Lio'n
t Lane 111, and was carried into his house
where he now lies in a critical condition,
"the Dr. has in forme 1 him that amputation
mnst follow, w hioh Lane strenuously de-clari-a
shall not hy, he saying that he pre
fur to die to going ahaut is a leg.
f STBMOIt's tl'XTSRfEIT Detector, is
perhaps one of tlie moat compli-tH ar.d re
liable works of its etas iau"d in this coun
try. It is puMished in Philadelphia, and
from the Daily Ledger of that city; of May
17, we copy the following commendalary
Dotice: Delaware O'Z-Me.
Peterson's Coi'ntkrfbit Detsctor
reliable eoun'ertett Dt tor, pre
prepared expresaly for Philadelphia, his
'long been needed, hut eepacully within llm
last year. Petersons' en irvly supplies
4hij want, for it ia aconrate, honest and
thorou h, beinij arprvimd by Drexl dr
kjo oi tins city, iho June numVr just
iiuru, contains a perlttnl lnt ol all the
counterfeits, broken banks an I rates of dis
count on bank notes The objection bro't
against many of the counterfeit deti-ctors
.published elsewhere, that they are merely
Vehicles for levying blackmail, cannot be
urged against this, for the character of th
puoiieners. t b Peterson and Bros., and
of the editors, Drexel and Co , are a
bove suspicion. We would advise all per.
eons to subscribe to this Detector at once.
The price is only one dollar a year month
ly, or two dollars a year for it e:mi month-
He is only a Printer.
Suoh wis the sneering remark of the
leader in a circle of aristocracy the cod
fish, quality. Who was the Eirl of Stan
nope! he was only a nrinter. What In
Prince Frederick William (just married to
ue rrinoess tv.yal or Kngland, ) he too
was only prin'er. Who was William
tJaxton, one of the fathers of Litrature? he
waa nly a printer. What were George
JV Morris, N. P. Willis, James Giles,
Charlt Richardson, James Harper. Horace
Greeley, Bayard Taylor, Chailea Dickens.
m. iiicirs, uoutas jerroiii, Ueorge U.
Prentioe, and Senators Dix, Cameron and
Niles? they too were only printersl And
rast though not least, what was James
Buohanen, who oicuniea the must enviable
position on earth? Only a printer! every
oneeancot be a printer brains are neota
essary. " A New Dodoe PotTiGB Stamps
Tbe Boston Journal sayi;
'An advertisement appeared in one of
ihe city papers, and has been editoihlly
DotlVjed, inviting all persons who have can
celled postage stamps to send them in to a
poc troy,- Who is to cover a chamber nail
with them, and themhy secure from some
eocentrio old gentleman an ample fortune.
Perhaps a simpler solution to the ques
tion as to the use to be made of the can
celled stamps may be found in another
process, vis; that of extracting the (inn
celling mark of the post mater, wh'oh
may be djne by the applioation of (he
Simplest chemicals, so ai lo have the
stamp as good as new. Uncle Sam will
have to try his hn I at a.mo preventive
process, or hi stamps will th ruunJs
until worn out.
Touciiimo Incident Tim Iljfhoster
Union relates that a chil I of three years of
age left at home on Sunday with a sm til
brother, told her brother that she wis go
ing to see her sister Cliarlo'le, ami unob
served left the hou'e. Charlot'e was a
sifter who had died and waa buried two
years since in Mt. Hope Cemetry. Searnh
eras made only in the city, her reran k to
her brother not having eXoited any at
tention. The nhihl was found in Mt.
Hope Cemetry whloh Is three mil-i from
the chil l's home. She had foun I the
gray of her ister although in a distant
part of the grounds anil only reached by
winding an intricate walks. When she
got lo the grave she lay down on its gnss
una went to sleep. Ai':r Her vmi was
flnlsliedshe was making her way lowar
the gate when stopping to driuk s e
was picked up and taken to her parents.
JtALOosr Murder Suicide Two
Engliahm-n named Rosaiierand Chandler,
living in D Moines, Iowa, were suitors
of $ Miss Kings, and boarded in the fami
ly of th Kings. Chandler had tupp'ant.
d Rossiter in the affection of Miss King.
On 8undaj, May t3 1, juat t evening.
Miss King and Chandler took a walk, and
when r turning, Kossiter, who was secre
ted in Ihe hushes, by the way side, fired
Ms revolver, putting a ball through the
brain of Chandler, who fell dead on the
instant. He then discharged a barrel at
Miss King, which passed through her up
lifted hand, and into her cheek, and (hen
Hisohargari a second harrel. slie receivinn
the ball in her ehooMar, wbe she fell.
. , , . . . . ,
XMeitcr esMin iiibiiiwu too inusais ui Miiuiivr
al th aide f his own head, and dicharg
M it, re (ailing; aeal to lite road near
Chandler. Mis Kiflft is yet alive. Chan
dler was formerly from -Canaudaigaa, New
Frin St. l.ais.
At. Lnrn. Jane Tib The rlrer hai risen twit foet
j Mlmlo lilIU. ue i lllll elltii. All Ilia
c-it.r. aiuny tat ieve arw atmny lull ui wMier. olue
rur tbu l ar alaou aubmiuvart. Uloudy
Irlaml it porllully nverCown, and Ihe iraok of Ilia
terra Hutu4 Allou, aud th M. LauUanl I'liirago
rouiUaro uudor arutur. 1 1ts track of ino Ohia id .Mi
iut.pi Koo.l i. mil irj,t)ul a aoialt sddilloual naa
will tubiutfrn tlt'tt alao.
At Ma luoH. irtaan niletaboT hora.oa las Illinoli
UltJ, loa taler baa bnikvu urouth lha bant aici la
now running over lb American bottom. The low
lands (in thia altlo aliura tlia city ara updar watar.
Tba Uiar MiMlu.iid W rl'inir r.ijl from Kock
Itland, uad all law lauds Iron Kaoauk down arc
Tun IlliunlsliatarUnd at Peoria, but laa rlrer it
tilt hia;hartUjb at tlio tlond of 1H44.
Tba whole coiintiy, with tboccoitlon of a fowtowns
Isiuuiidutad. la tlie streols of Xa4as tba watur Is
two and a buirf.n-t in dontb.
Tbe Missouri is ooo:mn bljch, and rlnlnj rapidly.
All tlirt triOulitrlos arv pouriujc out Soods. Ad addl
tlonal Sood of two feel iar ruasnablr be eipemort,
in wbirh rus grvui dauiut must result. V. aulbar
viear; mar. 9J.
A Western J :ifii recently gtve
vent to hie detestation of bad 'iijuora. in
ihe fullowiny char": "Orn'demen of the
Juiy: Pure unadulterated liquor is a
wlidsem and Iran nt Icvernge, i nd as
(r as ti e i xpeiieo-'e of the court (X'enrli;
conduces to health and longevity but a had
article of liquor, gemtlemen, or, what is
worse, a diued arliele, cannot be tolera
ted; and if dealers from below will send up
into this beautiful country, so bleMtd with
the smiles of a hsnintnl C'eator, such a
miserable q'tality of liquors as the proof
shows this to be. in this Court, Gentlemen
of the Jury, they cannot recover.
Wheat. We learn from the Chicago
papers that recently the New York Board
of Inspectors relumed to Chicago a sample
of boat Ionia of wheat that had been sent
from that city to New York for shipment
to Europe. It was sour damp and dirty.
The Tri' un says, and its reception was
got to be wondered at. This "sour, damp
ml iiiny" s:ull' was submitted to a com
mittee of wheat merchants, who decided
lha' it was a fair sample of wheat tisu illv
shipped from Chicago. This is rather an
unpleasant confession for the greatest gmn
port in the world t make, but it must be
made before the evil can be remedied.
Afflictions. We fancy that all our af
flictions are ent us tlitectly from above,
aomeiim a we think' it in piuly and contii
lion, but oftener in moroeaness an I dis
co lent. It would be well, however, if
we attempted to trace the causes of them;
we shotil I probably find iheir origin in
aom riiion of the heart whioh we hail
never well explored, or in which we had
..-reil7 dcpo'iied our worst in'lul,'cnci
The clouds that intercept the heavens
from in come not from the heavens, but
from the earth. W. S. Lindor.
Duvru ov An itmrh Sknatoii Donth
his aaain tin. Id a vviauuy in Ihe Senato of
the United States. The Hon. J. Pincknev
Hendkhoon. of Tex ii, clectd l to fi'l the
vaoancy occasioned by the death of Rusk,
expired in Washington City, Friday niter
noon. He was a native of North Carolina
I ut an early sutler in Texas. He was de
tained at home by illness during the early
pait of the present session, and hail been
able to give his alt ndance in the Senate
but a few days, when he (uttered a relaps,
and was confined to his bud until his death,
Ex PkeoIdkxt Pikrck Private letters
ncenily received in Washington from Ma-
deria stairs that General Pierce and his la
dy intend leaving for Lisbon on Ihe 1st ol
June for a lour on the continent of Europe.
The health of Mrs. Pierce has improved.
though the is still nn invalid.
tV Youth is s glorious invention. While
the girls chase the hours and you chase
Ihe girls, Ihe months stem U decay away
"with down upon your feel." What a
pity summer is no short; before you know
it, lovers become deacons, and romps
XirThe town of Iberville, in Plaque
mine Pariah, Louisiana, mutt be ond of the
most interesting places now out. Ex
change. The truth is, the tjwn of Iberville isn't
"out" at all. It is ten feet under water.
J. n. MM ITU
IS bulldlnr nml ktixns on IiiiimI for aalo, an lin
J.rovcl CUTI'I.NU uUX, lorciillliia-
Straw, Hay, Cornfoddcr, &c.
This Culler la slinnlo.'ousy keut In order, aud duos
flrst rnlo work.
THICK (ISI.V I I Vr, UOM.A1IH.
KvorY mini Hint Ima a homo or oow to fi'ad should
hovo nno, it will snva Iwlea lis rott ernry yasr.
I'liKy run hn had elihoratlhttlioiof Moors. Wrlohl
At Hiirsnl. (wliure thfy am mniiii ructii rorl ) or at thu
lliirilwuri Mora of John Kfllngur, In l.mirimlor.
II pCnll nn.l tt'O llinlu. J. 1). HIIIT11.
I.anraster, May 13, IK.r! ?lf
Bool cS Shoe Si ore
MAKKM Ills HOW Tl TIIK I'll l).,K A P
prutlig lliom ui lliu furl tlmt ho Un mm on1
Koi'p iiMiiintly on tin ml a largo nnu
fT''Mirul aiarvnitt.1 uf
BOOTS & SHOES,
r.mUrtit. (fonltdrmiii. mid Olill.lnin1
UVnr iH'nvtin ulao, kind, quullty mid Uusvrlplion.
rur i ii i ic hi r u
rnm thu Anns! Prani-h Oalf lo tha hnavii-st kip aud
cowskln. Knr l.nitlusnud ClillUrun,
Final) Aulslidd and In jri-oal quniiililis. wlilch will
n .HIM l Infl l,liw M I K.VI irn
Ha tins In his aiuiiloviudtiL unit n it r hi. hnm..
rllulB siiprvlsliu. workman of llis,l '(uullly und
win niniiuiiiriiiro aiisioiii a om too, ei u, 'usuoriosi
posslbla uotlea. Ills work la
Wnrrnntcd tJooil In everr res e.'t.
"rHii will lin found at the old slcn ol RKK1). no
Mai Sl.stneittr ITrtt tl R,sre, A'alt a Cm'e Jrf
(If it' Stert. laiu-astur, Oolobor fl, If.
rriHK nniliT.lpnii.l lias rontod Ihn TAM.MADGK
I IIOIINE ,1 Is uVisrmluml tokiiun It In a stvla
nnal to any housa In the, Wast. Ho lias In euuiiaxlou
Willi Ihn llutol.a silunilUI
VV hero lliolrnvatlngpiimmuiilly roil bs furnlshrd at
ALL TIMES WITH FAST HORSES,
rina Cnrrlagea, llnairlea, Mulklea,
and every thmat In ths Hun of l.lverv nornmmnitatlrn.
Ills rnto. will b rnssomilila, anil aliiiioil to tlm hard
times. Ha hiislo murll anil receive the old nairnn.
are nf tho honse.tnrelhor with a larjri. Inornse liv Ihe
aid nf his nnnii-rnus frlemls. I'HAHLKS MILLliR.
Luucaster. Murch I,lf5-4str
Fnlrhcld Common Plensfiniiler.
F.lltn 5elyKalnt Levi Alias nndarah Allen.
TN this ense the Uerenilant Harah Allen, rormerlv
I Siirjh Wenrr,s(tuilis that she spoke the wonts as
In the Petition In tills ease s-tiin. Sha rnnliM.
lhat she.poke the wnrilsaforosatfi. wtihnnt nnv roun-
datinn whatsver.and she hero a.tmtt .i.- ci.".
iL'Vd'nl.'.rT '."."V b,!"t "
sua ever said open the subject nf nl, slsmlirous
. wf,nis. dakam AI.I.KN
.. w til nib.An us.
Februsrv ttfl. IBJB.
i na i-tits nr unin, J
PalrSnlit rtauiilv. ... I
It Is hereby eartlflled that the fnraenlie Is a corroct
ahatrant from the Journal of said Court mads
th a.i at ma renriiery 1 erm, lean.
Attest J C. HA INKY. Clerk.
per J. K A.I AB A.UOU, Depntr.
LAWS OF OHIO.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
No. 1 14. J AN ACT
To smen J Section Tuenty-three of the act en
titled "An eel to provide for the Keorsani-zu-on,
Supervision and Mainlenance of
Cumiuon Soliools," passej March II, 1653,
Section t. Be it tntclei 6 the Genital
Assembly af the State of Ohio, That section
twemy-thiee of tiiil act be amended soss tj
lead as f.-IHiwj: Sec. 24. The townsliij)
board of education shall have power when in
their opinion justice and equity require it lo
estnnaie teparately ti e cost of purchasing a
school house site, and erecting ot repairing a
school house thereon in any particular snh
dislricl uf Ihe township whetein the- inhabi
tants have not heretofore borne a rosoiinula
share of the burden ot taxation for such pur
pose; in comparison with other sub districts in
the townliip and certify such portion as they
miy deem just an I equitable of the amount ol
such estimate, t the cniuiiy auditor of the
proper county, together with a ui.ip of the
lands, end names of the tax payers in any such
sub district, which amount so certified shall
be assessed by tho auditor on the properly
thaiein subject to taxation, and placed on tho
county duplicate epecially, and be collected
and paid over in the same manner as other
school taxes, ami be applied for the specific
purpose of providing a scho-il house in such
sub district: Provided that such lax shall nol
be levied in any sub district wherein the same
has been heretofore levied, nor in any case
shall it be sssessed more than once in the same
sub district; and further provided, that such
tax shall not be assessed in anv sub district
which may be hereafter created, unless the
said sub-district shall be composed in whole
of territory upon which such lax has not here
tofore been levied.
Sec. 2 That section twenty three of the
set aluresaid be and the same is hereby repeul
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker of the House of Ken's.
April 12, 1808. Pres'toftlieSjnate.
fNo. 116.) AN ACT.
To amend nn net entitled "An ant to rcgula'.e
me tecs oi otneers in civil and criminal ens
es," passed March 5, 1831."
Section I. Be it enacted ly the Gi-neral
Assembly of the Stale of Ohio, That s-c
Hon ntieen o: said act be, so amended ns lo
read as follows: Sec 15. That each regular.
irrandand petit juror shall be allowel the sum
or one dollar and filly cents per day, for each
and eveiy day he may serve as s ich juror, and
five cents per mile from his place of residence
to the county seal to be certified by the clerk
of the court, and lobe paid out of the county
treasury, on the order of the county auditor,
provided that nothing in this act contained
shall be construed to apply to a struck itirv.
and to jurors on inquest holden by coroners ir
justices, each ono dollar to be paid out of the
county treasury, on the order of the county
auditor, who shall be furnished hy the coroner
or cisuce witti the names of the urors.
Sec. 2. That section sixteen of said act he
amended so as to read as follows: Kec. 1(5.
That eoch talcs juror serving S3 a petit juror, in
iiiB court oi common pleas or in the disiricl
court, Shall be entitled to the sum of fifty
cents for each jury trial on which he may serve
provided, the trial does not detain such tales
Juror more than one day but in case he is de
tained more thin ond day on such trinl, he shall
receive one dollar per day; provided further,
that if any petit jury shall continue in session
during the night season or any part thereof, Ihe
night so employed and the proceeding day
snaii tie counted as one nay; such account
shall be audited and paid in the manner pre
scribed in I lie nreceeilinc section.
Sec. 3. This act shall take effect and be in
force from and afler its passaue. and oriinnal
sections fifteen and sixteen hereby amended be
suit Ihe same are hereby repealed.
WILLIAM II. WOODS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives
President of the Senate,
April 12, 1853.
No. 118. AN ACT.
lo amend me net snpplcmentnry lo the set
entitled an ant to provide f:ir the Settlement
of the Estates of Deceased Persons, passed
oiarcn uu, loiu.
Skctiom. I. lie it enacted by tbe General
Atembly of the Stale of Ohia, That when
any executor or administrator shall file a pe
tition in the probate court or court of common
pleas in any county in this state for authority to
sell the real entate of the deceased, it shall he
the duly of such executor or administrator, in
addition tolha persons named in section one
hiinilred and twenty-four of the act to which
this is supplementary, to mortogees of and
lien holders, whether by judgment or oth
erwise, on said real estate, unit all trustees
holding Ihe legal title thereto, part'es defend
ants lo such petition in the same manner as
now provided by law for making parties de
S'-c. 2. The probate court or court of com
mon ideas, in which such petition may be filed
shall have power todelermine the equities be
tween the parlies and the priorities of hen of
the several lien lioldcrs on said leal estate,
sod to order a distribution of the money ari
sing from the sale of such real estate accord ng
to the respecting equities and priorities of liun
is found by Ihe court.
Sec. 3. This act sball take effect and be in
force from and after its passage.
WILLIAM II. WOODS,
Speaker of the House of Rep's.
Apr. 12. 1853 Pres'l. of the Senate.
No.121. AN ACT
Supplementary to an net entiled. An act in rela
tion to statistics, passed April I 7, 1S57.
Section I. He it enacted by the General
Astembly of the Slate of Ohio, That the com
m ssitincr of statistics fur the slate uf Ohio
shnll lieltl his office for the term of three yenrs
and un'il hissurcessor is appointed and qnuli
fjed. Sec. 2. That it shall he the duty of each
township assessor lo require ench person, in
listing his property fur .taxation, to slnlu Ihe
numlif-r nl acres planted in oals and itrass. and
the quantity of oats nnd hay produced in the
preceeilmi; year, in the same manner ns they
require statements nf the crops of wheat and
corn, i-y the net passed March S, 18.11.
Sen. 3. That the corporate officers nf Ihe
several railroad companies incorporated by the
ittws ni tins stale, are required to answer such
questions as may lie asked, by the commission
er of statistics in relation to the condition of
their roans, the sccidents nich have occurred
on them, the number of catisnltiea, the niim-
her nt pnrriL't-rs, nnd the amount of freight
carried, and the quantity of fuel consumed.
Sec 4. That it shall be the duty of any
slnte or county officers to nns-.ver fit 1 1 v ond
promptly such special or general nueslions ss
said conimissioiu-s may ask, nnd for such ser
vice cnunty otneers are allowed the usual fees
for making abstracts, to be paid inthe same
manner as assessors are now paid.
Sec. 5. That the clerks ofcourts, justice of
the pence, mayor of incorporated towns and
cities, are required to tmiwer such questions ns
said commissioner may nik, in relation to the
Ihe number nnd character of criminal and po
lice offences, and the disposition made thereof,
which have been chnrged or entered, in their
Sec. 6. Thst any person who by this set
is r-quired to give information and who shnll
refuse nr neglect to answer such Questions.
shall forfeit to the use of Ihe state of Ohio nny
sum nol exceeding fifty dollars, al te discre
tion ollhe bourt of common pleas fur the proper
county, which fine shall , be collected by the
prosecuting attorney thereor as other fines are
collecttd by law.
Sec. 7. That the severs! classes nf statistics
now returnable to the auditor of stale, the
secretary of state, and the attorney general not
necessary to Ihe duties of snid officers, be
transferred by them to I he commissioner of sta
tistics, and by him be embodied in bis report.
Sec, 8. 1 1 shnll be the duly of said commis
sioner to ascertain, as fir ss practicable, Ihe
number and condition of all the insane persons
in this state distinguishing between the mole
and the female, dangerous and harmless, cur
able and incurable, also the number of idiots,
blind and deaf and dumb persons, with such
classification of each dnd information eonnct
ed therewith, shall seem to him important and
"I "a ' u "cn Cla" 01 Pf ?n ,
Vi.v , V'Ptt xofirter
with tnir ages and respective p'.Acei gfaalivi-1
ly, aud what number aie capable of perform'
ing manual labor wilta benefit to themselves
and profit to the state.
Sec. 9. That to enable said commissioner
to prosecute special information in regard to
the industry of the state, said commissioner be
allowed a stringent fund of five hundred dul
ler), to be accounted for by proper voucher, to
the auditor of state, and paid hy the treasurer
on the certificate of tlie auditor, and that said
commissioner be allowed his necessary slatiow
ery and blanks in the same maimer as is con
provided, by law. lor the secrelarvof state.
WILLIAM H. WOODS.
Speaker of tlie llouc of Hep's.
Pres'l of the Senate.
April 12, 18iS.
Autiuoa's OfFicE, Fairfield County, )
Lancaster. tS-iS.' J
I hereby certify that 1 have examined the
proof of the foregoing law s, and thai they are
published correctly, according lo the copy re
tived from Ihe Secretary ofState.
A. J D1LOINE.
Auditor Fairfield County.
On Croghau Streets Near the Starcli
A It KEY (V iTlOKEHEAD
HAVE sot their New Foundry In complete opera
tion, liaro tliey are prepared to do
Tboy will keep cointuntly on
baud for salo,
Cast Iron Ploughs,
of tho most approved patterns
PLOW POINTS, LAND - IDES,
MUlll.DUOAtf s, wauon uuxr.s,
nnd yiirtoiiHothernrllclcsforthe Karinorand Mechan
ic. Their prices will be reasonable, and their work
warranted oijunl to nny In the city of Lniicnsiur.
October fl, I tJ5 7 u:i t f A K N E V & MOKEHEA D.
B It O A D-AV A II O T JB L,
rrtlio u ndersljrni-d, ha ing ajtaln assumed tho maul
I uRumeiitiirtlilswell known ostiiblishiucnt, bci",
lauvelo say to those wlioyisltCiiiclnnnli, either fol
bmlnossor pltasurc,lliulllie willflud llm Uroadwu
Hotelonc of Hie inuslcouveuleutand d Mbloiton'
plnjc plucusiii the city. .
Ilisconvcinleiiltotlio Rail Bond ODIceand nopot
inil the Public Laii'lluc; morosntihananyothcrflotul
In rinciiiiiutl nnd is wit li In a few minute walk or the
Posionice'tlio principle Business! ocalllloe, und t'. e
pl.icos of Public luilsenieiit.
Anoxtonsiveraneoor Itatliliigltooms and a Bar
bor'sShopwil! be fr mid inthe Bnlldlnp.
This home linsall the comforts anil convonlnnce
thiitcaikhefouiiil In nn) first class Hnlolin tho West,
The wliolecstablistiinoii I has j ust been tlioDuehly
nvorhaulcd, runiivnted and re-fnniUhccl . ami tho
Proprletorfoelsassuri-d Hint theso who make hU
tils honsetliuirliome cl n rl nsr thel-rslny fu the City
w i if nn xf ui, ririiauii K, citui pim n m inur n r lil.nccoin
iiiccntloiisorhls cluirrcs. JOfiKPlI II.CKOM VVKLI,
Sopteinbormwri IPI i
TIIK BEST EST A B LI S II M E NTTN
CtlMA or,. AM) ui; KS WAItF
OF KVKKY GKADKAM) VAHIKTY
Al Wholesale a ml Keiaii
Ou Mnlti Street, Two Doors fast ol' the
Old Swim Hold;
IT AS tbo Largest and Uncut stock nflho nbnyo
I I artlt-lnseruruirered in this market. all ,)f which
no will rtll ni lower prices than havo over boon oircr
od in this market, lie solicits the attention of evori
bouy, particularly '
to whom ho pleilKciililiusririn (rive better harijanf
Uinnlhoy can pomlbly gel In the East, frelehis ami
brakaftakcii li.l.i l lie account, lie receives his
looitsillrcctly from Kiiropc, hy the wuy ofNow Or
leans, via lllvor and ( aiiiil to Liuicnslcr.
Ho Invilusall, whodiulre lo palronl.en home mar
ket, unit to purchase their ennils al Lower prices t ban
can bo hut al any oilier place in Ohio, Cliiclnnnll mil
oicnpiod, to (rivo hlin a Cull nml tbev shall not be
disappointed. WILLIAM STEWART.
Luueater,.MayH 1857 2lf
Sf1 1 PATENT
TKALihill iSc AUBERY.Agt
Sold by rAIRn.AXKS & Co., W Broadway, N. York,
July II, 1CJ7 lit"
HARDWARE AT '3REAT BARGAINS,'!
Clieupcr tlntn over before Offered In
JOHN EF FINGER
TAS lately purchased from P.llopehla Intorestln
B I tho Hardware bii.l. ....,1 t .i.iiii.. .. i.i. ,.i
ready Inriro stock. Is lint Itilli.- ,tm.iil ,II.,.,
llioasuaerai-i-rsahd Importers, a lariru purchase ol
ww goods, which will in alio his stock or Hurilwiireoiio
OftllU IllOSt UXteil.lVII In hfl rnt,.l In 1 1, I in,.lr,.l UI.
Niciiuiosior piireiinslnir and arrninreniniita with Mann
flicturers. which iirneiinilo any, will onalilo him to
offer nlldoscrlptionc or iinrd warn, al lamer ari ft is.
itnyalhtrettabliikmeiii. The nttontlon of PsnMn
inn iiieiissiisisiuviieii lo tlie extraordinary Indueo
montsnow liuld out to them In tho way or wrnnt i.
gains fully satisfied tliat If lliev eons'iill llinlrown l...
torestihoy will bo certain lo call and eiainlue his pri
ces uoiiiro piircnnsinn- eisewnero. iiy close airenlton
to lllisiltesi. nml hv cnilstnntlv keening on timid n rll
andooinpleleiissnrtmentand tho best goods, ho hopes
insecure a inrire snare oi me paironago 01 tlie fur men
ami ,vieciinnicsiii mo oomiiy,
rj II E
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tlio Iiuireil nud best weekly papers nf tho day An
Imperial duarto coiitululuir aiuiir lumis, nr fohtv
riii.iixxs.iii'eutnrlainlnK nrrliclnnl manor: and i.e
a&sri.Y ii.i.i-siKiTRD every week.
ir r"A Gill worlh from All Cunts In J.'iltniu Gold, will
bo presented lo each subscriber Iiniiiodiutely ou ru
i-ulploftlio subn-rlptloii money.
One copy for one year $7 nn, and 1 (rift
One copy for Iwo yours :i At), ami 9 irlfts
tine copy for llireu ynuri 5 nil, and a Kills
Ono i opt for live years H 00, and 5 it if Is
AND Tl CLUH.N
Three copies one year .i on, and 3 gifts
Klve copies one year Mini, nnd Siiiru
Ten copies one your 15 mi, and III iritis
Twenty. iiieciiiiles Tor one your nil on, nud VI itifis
Thonrliclosto bo distributed are comprised in tlio
D PncknirusorGold, containing S-1 noOeach
S do do do ami no each
111 do do do Iihi III) each
111 Patent l.erer Hunting Cased Watches lt'OOUeach
SO Guld Watches 5.5 on each
AO do do 00 HO each
inn do do so on each
Sou t.ndles Gold vValchcs 'M no each
2UII Kllver IIhiiiIiir Cusod Watches 30 00 cadi
5IHI Silver Watches (Ill to .1 III) each
10011 Gold Guard, Vest and Knb Chains 10 In 311 till each
Gold l.oekU,Hracolets.llrouch-s,Kar Drops, Itrenst
Pins, Cult Plus. Kleeye lliiilnus. Rlnirs, Uhlrl Mubs,
Wiiich Keys, Gold and Silver Tliiinbles, and a vnrietv
nf other articles, worlh from .so cents to SjlA each.
Iniincdiately un receipt of the suaacriptlnn money,
tlio subscriber's iiiiniu will be entered upon our sub
crlptlon book opposite a number. and tlio alfl enrrns-
I ponding wtlh thai mini tier will be forwurded. wilhln
onn woes, lo ino subscriber, by mail or express, post
Uj"AU communications should be addressed to
4A nnd 40 Moffat Ilulldlni, 33.1 Hroad way, Now York.
, Spcolmen copies sent free, Aa-outs wanted.
HAS RK.MOVF11 HIS
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Toth North iltie of Mnln Rtrcrt,two doors Kant o
Hober Sc Kula'itoroind a.ljolnlng J. N, Little's
nop, wnrrtj no
T KKPM constantly onhon(l,ondmanu
IV fncturostooriler.aveirvQrticIo In hi
iUno. from child rens' Shoos lo Men's Roots
Horonnestshlsold frlonds aud the public
Lanaastor, April U, 18.17 -51
O.K. DAVIS, M. D. P. M, WAOSNHAL8, M
DAVIS Ac WAG EN II .4 LS,
ARK Porlners In the prnctlcn of Medicine and
and Sui'iorv. OPPIC'K In Dr. IVnrenhal's old
ofllie, corner of Hroad and Wheeling- Streets, 0po
Silo the Eplsc ml Church.
Residences ame as before,
Litnaner, , s,iP5"- ttr
Sheet Iron, Tin Ware, &c.
Una locutriTat tlie Slioxvk lttiilditl;,
ou Jluln streets oppovile Kauftmau
& Co' IJruira Slore,
"7ll KRE he Is proparod lo accommodate his old
V ciisluiuura iii till ihiuCsperluinini;lo bis business
1 his Stove look the first Premium at the last Slate
Fuir.and also, tho first Premium ut ihe .Mechanic's
Institute in Cincinnati. JOHN WOKK.
Laucustor, April 15, 1838 0tf
THE CASKET OF MAM0MD3.
A Weekly Journal contaiiilug 39 columns of choice
leading inattor of a character calculated In Instruct.
aiuusu.uud eiiterestlhe general reader, will be com -
muuceu on tuo Mrsl Saturday lu A! arch, If 18.
Only tl per Annum in Advance,
THE CASKET OF DIAMONDS
Will bethochoapost(besland mostentertulnliigWock
ly Paper ever published In New York.
20 Thousand Dollars worth of puro CalUoriiln Din-
moiius, set in every conceivable style or elegiuil
Gold Jewelry to be presented to the subscribers of the
Casket of Diamonds. There are no Rifla worth less
than 33 cunts, and from tlmt up to a3li0.
GIFTS! OIFTS!! GIFTS!!!
Will receive a beautiful irifl In Gold or Diamond Jew
clry Iiiiineiliutuly ou receipt of his or her rmmo, accom
panied by the amoiiiit of siibscripllon nioiiey.
THE SUBSCRIBERS NAMES
Asfnstas received, will be placed In regulni rotation,
on our Book, opposite d lpiiUintt Noa. and the gin
cnntnlulnr acorrespondlng So. will lie sent IMME
DIATELY, post pali', to tlio subscriber.
LADIES! LADIES!! LADIES!!!
You can irot a largo niiinbor nf subscribers fur ho Cas
ket of Diamonds by a little extra exertion, and for
every 10 subscribers numes you forward us, accom
panied by the money, we willsend you a beautiful dia
mond gift. Wu make tlie same od'or to Geutlemcn.
Please bear in mind Ihe fact that every subscriber to
the Cuskelof Diamonds will receive a beautiful gift
liiimediulelyon receipt of hisorher name accompa
nied by the subscription money
Persons wishing lo commence with the First So.
should send In immediately, ns tho gift they will re
ceive will eiioourngo them to speak to others of their
success, and thereby assist materially in Increasing our
subscription list to commence wilh the first No.
Among the I nlcrcstl nsr features of our Puner wilt hn
a love correspondence oftho most thrilling and ex-
cuing ciiarueter, which toon pinco In Jf.if, betwixt nil
English Gentleman aud French Lady-Ihe tyrannical
opposition or the Lady's Father to the union of his
daughter with the Knglii,li guntleniun Is described hi
tlio most vivid nnd interesting niiinuur. as well nsthe
successful plots ofllie young lady lo elude the vigi
lance und cruelly of her heartless father.
These letters are deeply interesting, and of a puro,
ii ilii. i,iieo ciiuni-c ler.
TlTKach Subscriber nuisl send 3 three ccntpostage
stamps fur return postage on gift. Address
NELSON. HICKS, Ai CO.,
oprtetors of u,o Casket of Dlnumnds, '5 Nnssntl
t, Now York. March 11. V58-3ni43
rilHOSK wanting Machinery or Castings ofnny ile
I serlptlnn. will Unit Itto Ihcirndvnlittigctociilland
see what we can dofor them, as wo are now preparud
To imillo Ntoiini l:na;iiirs, Mill Gearing
and flantina-w of all kindaln
IKON OR BRASS.
ealsn.sell John A. Pills' well known
iinniiK.pnu i:ii ami si:i tit -riir .
to which wa awanlod one of the Gold Mednls nf
rionoratine r.xiubl'ion of the Industry olat I Nations
in runs, in IBM. JAY NK A SON'S,
Opposliethe Passenger Platform.
Lancaster, Fobiunry 7, IH.riil 40lf
SPRINGE II & TROUT.
HI liK('IIAiT XAII.OIIS, '
FIltRT DOOIt KASTOF LA DlKi' KNTRANCR.
t.ustoui work ilni.e to order on Ihe shortest llotico,
Trlletter Fits, cheaper sales, and more reasonable
tor ins than cnu be had else where In this vlclnitv.
. SI'KINtilSU at TliUUT.
J.ancnstor. Octnberl.t, IrTii 1-ltf
Olllco in House's Dlock,
ri::ti'tei--l in 1851.
riIMSwoll known Homo Company, continues t
A insure the safer classes of Properly,
Ait-alust Los. and Ia nuto by Fire,
Their meausnro ample, und their rates ore as roa
snnnble ns thosu nfany othersotiud otlieo.
OFPICKKS George Mvgall President nnd Trea
surer; ilenjamln Lane, Vice Presldenl; O. N. Skuuls,
Secretary; V. ,. Powell, General Agent,
Dili lit! I'D US George Mvgalt, A . S. Sanford. Hen-
nmlu l.ane, P. V. Hack us. O. N. Skeels, I'liarles V.
Sunk, Jaceb Perkins, Goorgo II. Seiner. W. M. Pow
el. . M. CI.AHlvK, Agent.
Lancaslor Ohio, Octohor 211, lTC Stiif
a no vitsKi:'r a it bw: i:i?s.
HIK ICOTAHV CLOUL'tl 1TKK wUI rwjnco vour
(rrniniil to nny runnirtMl ti tth . tn utiy coriil.tioii or
oil, wliotlior wi't ordrv. It will cut up clod a to any
rIx orroquirod .It-ptli, wllh tnr Iim.h irai'tluu Huin tho
liarrow.wh itii n t buntuiily break the In ou the fliirfuce
wlillo tho lietivy rtllur ottt'ii rt'lUlht'ininnlur It.
It Is thu oiitv tun. lenient th.it can nut liotivr or
cltxltly UihI In orilerfor the drill. A tiifxlol nniv bo
SAPh nttlie lnr of JOHN EKF1NGKIC, Muiu HtrooL,
who wiurticoiro nnlorsror the maehino, which muy
be returiitid if not n. proved.
I.ancftBter.Fobnia 12, IH57 Illlf
Has been appointed sole agent by Die Alaiiufao
Hirer A. Peacock A: San, for the sale of their
The nitentlonnftheFarmersof Fnlrdold county Is
Invited to nn exam I net ion ofth Is plow before purchas
ing ctsowhero, and wo have rioilouht they willpur
chnse them In prefersnce tnnllothers. Theyare de
cidedly the host looking, and most thoroughly flnlsh-
en now ever anereu in tins niarsei.
Every Plow warranted, and wllbe aofdna ovr as
the Mu.i.KR.or any other wnrrnnled Plee Pow.
irPSanitwes of tliose Plows wi be found standing
in front of my Hardware Klore on Alain street, Lau-
Feb. 19 lW 4Stf.
BLANK BOOK JIANUFACTORY AND
nook Uindery, t.nucaster, Ohio.
Otllcos, Justices' Kltinks,
Uockets, Double and Single
Kntry Ledgers, Jourunls, Day
nooKs.acc, oc. Also, Hook
Uindlngof every descrlptios.
done lu a most latlsfaetory
wIsa. nvnimitlv Mttnndn tn.
Ordnrsfornindliigcanhelortat IheGasette Ornce'
oratlho llindory.on Malii.Streot.lnlherooro former
ly occupied by Col. P. Van Trump, ns a LawOnlce,
nilueurlyopposltc Dr. Kreldur'sresldonoe.
Deoeuiber 14.1HM 32 J. K0SSELL.
B. W (KrtSTLKR, M. D. J. M. BtOELO W. hl.T
DIlS.BtCKSTLKK tV KK.GLOW
MKDIC1NE and SUHGKKY. "
OPFK'K On High street, adlolnlng the resldono
of Dr. nn-rstlor.wherebnth will bo round during th
dny when not nbsenlonbuslness.
Dr. Bigeiow's residence is on Wheeling street
I whorarporsonacntllng at night will" nd him.
I Lncustor,July3l,lS5fl istf
BIG FIRE ANDNQ. INSURANCE
. B. CONNELL
WAKES this method to advise Ms old frleuds and
X eiisloiuera. Hat by the aid and assistance of tho
s,otlfovle of Lancaster, tie succeeded in removing;
lliostolliL'irnnda.yut his losses bydamaae and other
wiae la eousiderablu, tie haalocated himself
Up Stairs in the Foster Building:,
OPPOS1TB TfTB JtOCRING VALl.KY HANK.
Entrance In the Hall beUeeh Kaufman A Co Drug
a.,,, ,j uuoo snuiro.
n here he can be found al all times ready lo wait upon
Ho tinders his thanks to hlsold patrons and nit who
assisted in saving his property, and hopes thai all who
have unsettled ai-couiils with Llm. will call without
uciay anu seme up.
1 Lancaster, January 98, 1P38 30tr
FUSE. F1ICU!! riKEIj:
RAS re-opened his BarborKhopIn the Tnllmr dee
Iltnri liiitiimliiil.'lv iiiuIhi iI.m Uv iiu 4.-1.
ltre, whero himself ami brother can u) ways be found
at tho tap of the boll, ready t hhuve. cm hair, sbum
poou.curl mustaches and do all otherservlcc In their
line of business. Nutwithtodinp the said Joseph
has been burned out, loot U and toenail, at tlif late Hr
lu tho Greene block, he has ruined the w ind, nnd is
now able to dotha the Ihiiisin the innai approved
Myte.and hones to roeeivo nn increased palroiiuge to
compensate him or hi loss.
lancaslor. Pot "JUT
STToaaXT iKD COI HSSLI.Oa AT litv, JrsTH s or
rsxs and oaniasL land aozkt,
WV'iT'i'k""",1""" o purchasing sndsoH
- " " ...ni.imi procuring Ol
sinnsnnd lloiinty Lands.
u 1,1 Blck, nearly npposlta
Hocking Valley Bank. may 1(1
twn nLvin i, . . '
p nv unnii
IHUl LW Wll ill
Ucutleinanis s'u v.. i.i, .
r I . i U
CORtR OF MAIN STRET & CKNTKE ALLEY
.uucasier, unio, April 9. 1857 4fltf
Continues to run bia
TrMTeckly from Lancnslei to Ranhvlllo
Innvtn.T.nn.iin. -I 1 Ti .
ti , ..X.. 1 i . ' " "-"""i r- -i "n Tuesdava
Th irsdays and Saturdays, and reluruiiigio Lancns el
Oil tllA SSIIIA Pv.i.tnn. 1 I.
- - " i - ins prices are
reasonable. He tenders his thanks to his old pat-
patrouago101'68 ' ,"",la"'"t'ri!,laed share of public
Lancaster, Doc. in, IP57 35tf
D. & J GIESY,
nAVE the plonsuroof unnoiiiiclngto Ihoirfrlendr
undtlie publicin general thul the v have I ust re
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
BOOT &. SHOE STORE
MAIN ST H E KT, LancuslerOhio, MARHLK FROST
three doors West of the Hocking Valley Uuuk,
SIGN OF THE
One oftlic Largest and most Com
7r.,dlill'r'''tl,l"C,lJr- Kor t'"l.dles we have.
, ... r uorl'"'tofgoods,oiubracli,g event vn
pI iU UMeJ!;',Al-fn,',',0,'"l'le'''Md ' SLIP
nf', J ' i"SKI-N. HOOTS, A C. Also, heavy Calf
Itlpand Aloroco.Shoes,Gtim OverShocs.oic.
Forti,eIAUI.;s,tl,oGei,lle,ennnd Children, enn
sluitigof every vuriely, nud C11EAPEH than eve.
before offered In this market. 1I,rtrr'K l"u"
Ladles call in and see for yourselves and von will
oh .'"r? P'd.liothwiih Iho iu.-.lity nnd the
price or our Goods. We have also, a large and com
h uVf'TV "f,H00l's sn SHOES. OVKK
it ti . . For Hoys and VohIIis.io which weln-
vl to thespoclnl attention nfnnr Country Friends.
Our prosentStock of Goods was s'elocled In tho
hnstby nnoxporionced buyer, consenui-ntlv wo rsn
wiirritnt i.t. ii.i.. ... it L . lpn
k -ufuii, io oo rigut, we havo
also, aliOODSTOCK OF . nate
F.MRRACING ROLE-LEATHER, KIP, C p AND
it IV ill vr- ii V ' ; . ' ru 'assort m eiitofLIXlNGHi
Till! II lini'l. Klr.lr ...n - .a .1 I . . . .
.. . . .... n Hiuiieieriiiineilto SOU LO ." FR
llinncan behnd olsoivhoro. Come overvliodv Give
ns a call and ymi will I.e sure to be pleased, and Und
that the nl.ove is no II U.M HUG. InVonnec io , ,"l h
our good, from abroad, wo keop constantly nn I a d
work of our own manufacture, which wo warrant
asdo we all ourgoods. (good lnevory rospoct.) Cus.
torn work done to orderonshort notlcennd In the beat
posblo style. , GIUSV
t.ancaster, herlember.IO. 1P57. io-tf
Alhlsnldstandlii Shrcffer's Block, first door West o
n the V'nsliingion Hotel, Main street,
AS J list received and Is now opening a large and
snlend d assiirtiii.il. i .( i...i. .
" " "vo,KllIIBIBlingO
HEAD V MADE CL0TIII(1.
Ofoverygradoand vnrloty.ond warranted tosulland
111 " sorts and sizes of customers.
CLOTH?, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS,
r , , j i-Miisii' uio uio most coin
pleteaud purruciClolhing Establishment I n the West
orncoiintrv. lie .l,w. , i . . .
I.i u r i . iie,:essur.l Hisny Ifl
hlsold frieudsnuil customers, that his stock has al
ways boon n number one for 'ho market, and that hi,
skllllnselecting, lining, and exurtlv sultinglho yu-
r ud tnalesnflL.. ,,,,.1 I. . i.i '. i .
. i ",."- "i i.iiiiii in me ir"e
V home ol the biave,''ha(.ncverbeeiliiiieslloned,bu
p edges hlmselriii l.e on hand on nil occasions to sup-
,j .....nii.i muse me iinesl fll or Coals
alii sn nil Vesl . tin,! .1.. !! n.i,A. .i.i.. i..
, . : -,....- umidi luniks 111 u is une o
Km,,, I.i. l...,...l.l t i... ...
, " , '" ine envoi Lancaster,
and thorough know lodge orii Is business. he hones an J
A V ni.,lll I. n. 111,., n 111, i .1 - . ,, '
, ... .,.,.. ,,, ,,,,, ,,, lnr ,,,,,. ,ni ron
age: audio his old cuslomurshe tenders h l mini cor.
dialtiianks. TIIEOLOi.'li TOXG.
Laiicaster, RovomberB.lP.'icaT tf
AK I thnll tnpinthlflpinpoafow months wi Hill ttlo
hnai iiissiB 1 1 a tins, si t i I n sr.. m ...
. V .... . r.ii. i mi Burnip nniin n-
Kent rortho purolinse. nlo nml crchnriro of Krnl Ks-
( II t a 1 n t Is Id t..I .. t t .. I .. i I i t s. n
i tino i n t in x j t riirunn iinvinp notlBCl rnriMS
or l.otg todlriposu of, an-l thotio wlnhlmr to pit relume
W nlillialt tflun mi. . ...II SI 1 - ' i
..... r..i.,o Ka me tun. . iiiuiuisaiuti mouuruio,
PiochiirirL's uiiIki nlo uro mmle.
isaiicaior April 10, IH.7 Slltf W. R. DARNELL
UNION LAW SCHOOL.
rjllilSIn.tltiillon has been removed to Cleveland,
I Ohio. Dcgroosnro legally confered. and sin.leni.
"', ,v .,.,' ., uu uMiiimeu io prucitce. for
Clrciilarsaddress. at Cleveland,
Doc. JI,lM,351y Ai. A. KINO, Secretary.
WAS one of the snffcrorsfrom the Into fire, In tho
Greuno Block, he has procured Rooms In the
on Main Street, 5 doors west of Kaufman's DrugStoro
wnerene win Do prepared to furnish
C23 CLi C3D 0C3 LIS. S3
JKWELKY. Ac. '
ofevery description, nt prices to comport wllbs s
tires and hard times He hopes hlsold friends an nt he
public generally will patronize hi in liberally, and h
so doing, ennble him lo overcome hls!osses ami in tho
end, enable hlin to occupy that place In Iho buslnoss
community which has been the prido of his hoart to
dealjustly art promptly and make a living.
Lancaster, January SH, IB58 3!nf
mi.mc,q n otic Fi .
DR. E. LYNCH
U EH PF.CTFULLY Informs those who mayrennlre
. his meilicnl nsMtanco,thnt he will as usual at
tend punctually to con nlry as well ns city calls.
v-p(.'FI JE On Columbus struct, a few doors
Northof Main. Residence on Mulberry streeti be
tween Colnmhiisnnd Kroadwuv.
I.aiiQiister.OctoberSf), 15T Lotf
Frcn ch Millin cry
MRS. J. A, HEHDIRSOjT,
WOULD respectfully Inform her cmtoutrssa lb.
piihllrgcnerally. thst she will remove t. aer
New and Elegant Store,
Ho. 92 Tonrth Bt. Snd door Wit of Via. Itntt
AND DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THB POSTOFPICK
U.K lllll 1JIU OF JtlAHCHI
On which day she will open the largest aatl .est as-
sortment of .
Itouuit Itibbnns, ArtiDrial Flowers,
, AS1) OTIIKR
Etir brought to Cincinnati. W illi her Increased fa
cilities for doing a much larger businoss than she has
iierctof.ireilniie, hersiore and Hhow Honnets, beiac
the largest West of New York. she will be enabled
To ollVr t'lirqimlled Inducrmenta
To Ciistomersln her line, at ....
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. '
Person vlsllii gCilirltinati are particularly Invited to
Call at 92 Toxirth Street. .
OPPOSITE THB POST OFF1CK.
Cincinnati, Feb. 11, lr5fl)41 J.AJHEHDKRKOW
IffEl W- giREZl
BICKF0RD, DAVIS & RICE,
nAVB leoscdof HITCH & MAHTIN the above
woll knoun estublisliment, where they will be
prepared at nil times to do a great variety of work in
tho best nnd most substantial style, aud upon the uoa(
reasonable tunes, such as -
Casimeres, Satinets.Flannels and
JEANS, warranted fast colon:
Superior lllnnketa, Mock tn a; Yarn Ac.
Hull Carding and Custom b'plunlng,
All done nt tho shortosl nntlrc, nnd warranted good
or no puy renulrod. They Invite the attention of th.
Farmers and the people generally lo tholr custom
CAtt)MC AND SPINNING.
The color, Quality and durability shall compare fit-,
vnrnbly wilh thusoofuny similar Establishmeut Inthe
Union, cloth Dressing and Manufacturing will be
done tn order for customers on as reasonable terms as
any Establishment in the country. The Arm will keop
consinniiy on hand a general assortment uf their mac
n flu-In re (I Goods, to sell tctoletale aud rXai'f. The
pntroinigii ni it e Fanners nnd the community genor-
nllv U lnvlt.,,1 lo M,ia M.....n K..,......l i .i..r
j ... , j., hiiu .lie hist
f.'i.l nnri.a lll.t .,-l.r,- nflnrl will k. An. . .
their patronage, net only profitable tolhemselres.but
benefii-inl to tlie cltv arid country.
jTTGnods exchanged for Wool at all times, and
Cash for tilicep Pells. N. B. R1CKFORD.
J. v. DA V1B,
April l5.-JM8-50lf H. KICK.
NEW MARBLE VOfKS.
rWlUE nndorslgned most resnertfully Invite Ihe at-
tentlon of the clllzensof Lancaster and vicinity
tolbisnew Ketulilislinieiit, where they will be prepar
ed to furnish A LL K I F1IS of Al A K I4LK WOKKuck as
HEAD-STCNES, MANTLE 8,
TA13LK AND BUREAU TOPS.
All of the best luuteiial,
EITIIRU AIII IIICAN flit ITALIAN
They are ileternili'd nol lo bo out-done by any Es
tablishment in the West, cither In quality of work or
neooinmodiition Inprlces, and hope to receives liber
ul share of pvbllc fialronage.
N. 13. J. B. Wllliuin cn Is their authorised ngent.
. CONI.EY & AlcCKKADy.
I nnenster, February S5, iii?r-42l(
SADDLE & HARPSS MAK1KG1
riinRsnhsprllier Is now manufacturing an entire
1 WiW STOCKof work.conslsting oflhe various er-
tii-ii-siii ins nne nr nusiness, such as
SADDLES & BRIDLES
g- COLl.AICS &:IlAltNES3,
s' COARSR AND FINF.
nnd nil tlie smaller work necessary to a complete as
sortment. Having again changed hit place of busi
ness, nud permanently lornteil his Shop, he trusts that
his friends and old cnsloniurs will cotitii'no their pa
SHOP On Main Street, In the Frame Building ad
Joliiligiho residence ofr'atnuol Herr, and Ihe Law
Otllie of UroscoA Son. three doors West ofColum
bnsSireet A share ot patrnnago Is solicited. Work
will be sold nn nsaicoininooullng terms as possible,
nnd certainly cheap fnr cash. N. YOUKG.
LaiicBslor.Alnrcii. IS, lr'W ly41
MltS. O. S. WILLIAIVS,
TAKhS tills method toudvlse.the rood people of
Lancaster, and vicinity, thai she has established
Ihe above business In this place, whore she will color
all manner of dress goods, either ladles or gentle.
men. mil u-lll l,nnn.. ...... i .1.-. r "V"
v ' ,,, , ,-vmi nisi laucy may aetirei
she w ill ulso remove all Impurities from silk, or
woolen goods, such ns grease spots, paint, c snd
wlllso ronovnio gentlemen's clolh clothes as to give
them the appearance nf new goods.
Itp,i,!..n. ... n.....i . . .. -
snll I.. .1,. K itl.ll. T .
wunuuig loimeriy occupiea by Mr.
Lancnster.Aptll 9, 185S.-tn-f.
1 aye mm mm,
Martin & Hooker
ArO now Closing UielrunselMnil ,....,.? lot
pieparlngto open with IheKew Ycamnnn h.. r..i'.
eiplo of ""
CASH OR READY PAY
1 111 view orwincii iney now offer the stock
on hand, at reduced prices, determined lo b-
' 1 v. , 11 .1 .1 - ,lr finn.we will bi
ableai all times to give youmoro goods for one Uol
. ... uvu 111 llHR CI1V.
, , iQAniiA oc nuoKR.
Lancnstor, oy. 12 SPif.
TO LOCATE LAND WARRANTS.
ADOPT Throo Millions of Acres of Land will bs
brought into mnrket inthe Mute or Iowa, in Jane
next. Wo expect 10 make extensive selections In lb.
various Ulslrlels throughout the State, prior to th. of
fering ol Die Lands, and from our experience la the
business, we reel conHdi-nt Ihul we can give entire ia
tbractinn tn nil who nniv entrust their business b. ...
i.u !.i-iii,.r iniriiier 01 ine nrni win oe m Len
cnslur about thu first of April, and any business lea
wilh J. . Kllni hconib,iif that city, will be attested
lit that time. Fees, 10 per Quarter Section. .
Correspondence solicited. Address
HOOPER A BEATTT,
Land Agents, Kirksvlllo, Missouri.
March 23,. 'F5847tf
OFFICE-Wlih A. McVeigh. Esn.
I.iincattor, February II, lese sltf.
IMPROVRU CHAIN PDMPI
Isa Universal Favorite wllblhoso wlio uelt Shop
"" nrunu niruei, noiltn Ol JUCkSOII'l Grocery,
npil E undersigned havlngformed a partnership In
6 KHnVnT." IW'Vl P"P"I 'o pulthem up,
OS SHORT NOriCl,a.ar-faatlai ttiewsll S
ir . r-iiavingestabllsheda permanent business wa
sliolloudoavorto aatify all who wish work In j)o,f
"'" ISAAC BRKNNKMAS.
. ,. WILLIAM COfc.
Lancaster, April 1, 1MB 4Stf t
ir niri? v una r-i.rriB...
-a-a-Ti 1 1 ..7,-.. ,k. ""P." r
ielocledstock ofTrlmmingseveropened inthlsmar-
KOI. Cllii.tsl tiffin n.H.r
" " Fancy colorod do. J
50 ' all Wool and union Damask ;
SUIIIdespateutandEnam'IdLeather, , ,
RrnsandNllver Plated Bands, Top Prop(
Slump Joints, Laces, Spring, Axels, el.i . f'
Lancaster. A prllgG, 1H54 JOHN KFFlNOER..
Is .V Sv""?iO'VlCl.
Jolin in. Connell dc William T.Wl.e
UAVINO tssoclatod thomselves together In th.
practice of law, nnder the name and Arm of
cunnkll WISE, will promptly attend to all bust '
nossontrusted tothelreharge.in IhlsoranVoftnesd.
If pomeeouiuerubllc8qu.ro. anjominrtneeona
ybulldlngs. Lsucasler.Juue 4,1657 ltf
AN Improve Fanny or 100 to 800 Acres
within a few miles of Ihe cltv.
Also. fro in 20 to (10 Acre, of Lands with com
Also ,8 or 3 Small Farm, nnd Iit.y ta.i
chnnge for other property. . . VV. H.PARIifcLL, '
Lancaster,' 4pril )5,ifl57 iOtf