lje ltteckh) Gazette.
. CITY OP IACASTE2:J
.. . -"lt OIIT(K!KlR.
ma liiot. ouvtitNOR,
ISAAC J. ALL EX.
run Tnr.iiin or state.
HENRY BR AC HM AN.
, rR urcRKTiHT or STATS.
NELSON II . VAN VORHES.
WILLIAM H .
mr Bin no or ri'BLic works
JOHN W ADDELL.
Wednesday Kvc'ng, M'ch. to.
The Bark Cases Outrageous Conduct.
The following, if true, will cause the citi
zens of Ohio to shudder at the danger which
lies before them. The Cincinuati Oaiette,
on Saturday, was "informed that the pa
pers In the Bank Tax cases, lately decided
by the Supreme Court at Columbus, have
been taken from the Clerk's office, and, con
sequently, that the Records cannot be made
Up in the time required to obtain a writ of er
ror, that will operate as a supersedeas, from
the Supreme Court of the United States ! It
Is stated that one of the Judges took the pa
pers home with him to write out his opinion
for the Reporter, and still holds them! This
presents a singular state of case. We havo
heretofore been Informed that the Chief Jus
tice, when a motion was made to make the
proper entry to place tho case in position to
betaken to the Supreme Court of the United
States, refused, on the grouud that it was
absurd to allow that Court to judge of our
laws, but he was overruled by his brethren.
The entry was made and now the papers are
taken away and kept from the Clerk until
the time has elapsed within which to obtain
writ of error in time to supercede tho
judgments and decrees against the Banks!
"We hope, for the credit of tho Judges and
of tho State, that this may prove a mistake.
If tiue, the conduct of the Judge is a perfect
outrage on all fair and regular Judicial pro
"The Judge must be supposed to know, as
well that no record could be Made without
the papers, as the tiine within which trie re
cord was to be made up, and, therefore, is
chargeable with knowledge of all the conse
quences to result from carrying the papers
away Irom the Clerk! It is no excuse, that
Jie delivered his opinion orally, and wisht'd
time to write it out in better form. The
rights of suiters are not to be sacrificed to
enable the Judge to dress up his opinion!
If they were taken away for the purpose of
preventing or embarrassing the nrnnval of
these causes, the Judgo taking them away
is guilty of an offence richly deserving im
peachment and the severest -punishment.
It will not do to say these were Bank cases
canes of unpopular parties, or of soulless
corporations. Justice is represented oh blind
to the narlies. and no honest Juta would
allow himself to bo influenced in the dis
charge of bin duties, by fuvor or affection or
hatred of a party before him. r Suitors in
Court should be made to feel, ami the public
should know, that the law is to be adminis-'U-red
to all parties in the same way, whether
the Judges like or dislike them! We repent,
ye are unwilpng to -believe any Judge.in
this State, would be guilty of carrying off
the paper in a r ase, with the design of inter
rupting the due administration of justice,
notwithstanding the foolish remarks of the
Chief Justice in relation to the proper entry,
and we hope the matter may be contradicted
The Latk " Legislature. Tho Journal
says that there has been much less political
feeling in tho Legislature during the (session
J'tfst closed than is usual. The truth is, the
war between the two factions of Locofoco
ism has become far more bitter, vindictive
and personal than it has ever been between
the Whigs and Locofocos. The elements of
this strife have been brewing for years.
The accession of a Locofoco President has
sharpened the appetites and excited the
hopos of the varions factions for the spoil.'.
The effort to secure a Cabinet appointment
for Medary brought matters to an open rup
ture. The "threat cu'tihg lime" has come,
and war to the knife Is How the word. All
these things have turned the channel of fool
ing in a new direction.
The Ohio Statesman does not speak of it
with so much complacency. That paper,
the central organ of Ohio Locofocoism.says:
"This body, which has been in session fur
about eight months, from first to laet, will ad
journ on Monday next, after which time we
hnnn tn crivft our readers Bometlilnu better
k L. J - '. 1 JMH Jfltnila tlif ltllw nfllll fl II rl 1 tl I n 1
mail uauj u i jr ucvuno hiiwi .... .... ..
excite the least interest in the public mind.
We have thrown away hundreds ofdoltarsta
report and publish these proceedings, mnrely
o acommodate the Legislature, yet we have
received only the cold satisfaction of not
even getting pay for the printing of their
first session. Such conduct will make a
pretty record before our honest, confiding
"It is with tho utmost reluctance that we
can consent to be compelled to expose men
elected to office as Democrats; but their own
conduct drives us to that course. If we can
ot a copy of the scandalous report of tlie
late Auditor on this subject, we will appeal
to the pooplo for justice as a last resort."
Rifobt oa Commoi Schools. The An
nual Report of the Secretary tif State on the
condition of the Common Schools of Ohio,
for tho year 1852, Is an Interesting docu
ment. It embraces much valuable statisti
cal information in regard to Schools, though
complaint Is made of the irregularity and
imperfections in the returns which have
been made by the officers of many School
Districts. High anticipations of the benefits
likely to result from the adoption of the new
School Law are expressed. Wo avail our
selves of the sy nopsis of the Report furn.
uhed by the Cincinnati Gazette:
The construction of School houses with
reference to health, is urgently insisted up
on and a recommendation made of an abrigtl- j
meiitof Mr. Barnard books upon Una sub
ject for general circulation throughout the
Stale. A dry location, away from stagnant
waters, abundant space, ample room and
proper ventilation, are essential to good
school houses. The superiority of the
"Free Union System" over the unclassified
schools is strikingly indicated in the (lifer
ent expense of the two plans in towns con
taining the same amount ol population. In
the first caso the cost ofschools was $16,252,
while in the latter it was 823,120, being a
saving of more than 33 percent. In fuvor of
the classified schools. The Secretary's Re
port closes with the recommendation of lib
eral appropriations for the cause of educa
tion, in the hope of supplanting by its means,
ignorance, idleness, and vice, the costly oc
casions of Penitentiaries and Jails.
Tho whole number of youth in the State
is 833,009. Tiie entire number or pupils en
rolled, male and female, is 437,412. Th"
average daily attendance during the year hits
been but 206,207. These figures certainly
oro not very creditable to the State, even
though every allowance be made for atten
dance upon private schools. Nearly four
iundrcd thousand children enimea loauenu
these schools but who do not! There is a
defect somewhere. The difference between
the number of pupils enrolled and the ave
rage attendance is a still more painful fact.
Either parents or teachers are in fault when
less thnn five-eights oi trie scnoiurs oi a.i
the schools of the State are present. It is
aaignificant fact that tho enrolled number
of boys exceed that of girls by more than
rorty thousand. Tlier ure,io scnoois,
with 12,664 teachers in the State, to the lat
ter of whom $771,145 are paid as wages. 171
school houses have been built during tho
year at a cost of $61,837.
The statistics ore given of forty-five Un
ion Schools in towns varying in population
from 325 inhabitants to 160,000, and which
pay from 270 to $1000 each for teachers.
Most of these schools are free to tho chil
dren of residents, but w.th an annual tuition
fee of from 7 to $15 for non residents. The
expenses are met by a special school tax of
from 1 to 4 mills. Ten of them poasi as dis
trict libraries varying in value from 12 J
cents to $600.
There sre 31 Teachers' Institutes in the
S'ate, with 2,824 teachers, under instruc
tion. Correspondence of the Lnncaster Gazette.
CoLVntfvs, March 12, 1853
Er.iToR Gazette: I have jiint linked
ui'Oti the dying agotiibi of the Fiftieth Gen
eral Assembly. It expired this morning ut
precisely 8 o'clock mid tins become the food
for history. What that history will write it
down, public sentiment to-day foreshadows,
It will ever bn regarded as in all respects
ihe weakest and must inefficient body of men
ever clothed by this State in the pacred gar
ments ol Legislation, and will be looked
back to by all coming generations whom its
annuls reach, as the most unprincipled and
profligate conregatit n of kjlter political
nartizans and ignorant adventurers and
montebanks that ever disgraced the Legisla
tive Ilnl'sof the Cuititnl of Ohio. A course
so consistent and upilevintina in the ways of
inorul and intellectual bankruptcy, without
even the poor palliation ofliuviiiir at some
time attimbk'd into the riclit, cannot fail to
become proverbial, and its ground of dis
tinction will be that it never did a gond thing
even by way of blunder.
The Sub Treasury bill at last failed by a
disagreement between the two Houses, and
thus Breslin and his adherents conio out of
that controversy with bunners flying and
plumes erect. Pugli and Morgan brought
every thing to bear to carry the measure and
sat in the Senate ChiViber all night of Sat
urday, watching the progress of the fight and
cheering the Sub Treasurers on. But
time foiled them ond the shrewd manage
ment of Gen. Wilson carried the day for
Breslin. Then thero whs "dreadful swear
ing" as Uncle Toby would say, but the best
oath cannot catch a fish and the Sub Treas
ury is as dead (speaking of fish) as a her
rintr. The militia bill was lost in a similar man
ner. The appropriation bill passed. It
gives one hundred and ten thousand dollars
to the new State House and five thousand to
Alfred P Edgerton. The first item is for a
worthy object arid the people will sustain it;
but why we snould he tax id to give a gratu
ity of live thousand dollars to a Locofoco
Congressman for service's that the best
houses in New York will render for one
filth of that amount, it is more difficult tn
understand. Perhaps it can be explained
upon some principle of Locofoco economy
and by soma professor of Lncofoco faith, but
the dull comprehension of tho poopla will
wont an explicit explanation.
An attempt was made in the Senate during
the thin attendance, immediately before the
adjournment, to put through a resolution to
pay Sam Medary his old rejected bill against
the Stato for the printing of last winter. It
will be remembered .that Sam went to work
without any authority of law or contract, to
print the journals, and expected the Audit
or to recognize the validity of the proceed
ing upon the ground of good Locofoco fel-
County Infirmary Buildings. For some
time past, complaints bava existed against
the buildings used fur the County Infirmary,
as being unsultabU fur the purpose and in
very bad condition. We noticed at lbs
time tliat the Grand Jury of the county had
been Invited to examine them, and they re
ported as above. The report was signed
by them, and subsequently by the Judge and
officers of Court, the Attorneys and Physi
cians of the city and several of our citizens.
The Grand Jury recommend the erection of
new buildings and this recommendation i
signed as above. Wc give below the sig
Jesse Middleton, Foreman,
Andrew Foust, A. Fenttorinaker.
John Lammott, John See,
Jacob Lamb, Jacob ShaiflVr,
Peter Rudolph, Solomon Stukey,
Thomas Rissler, Henry Ghrett,
Isaac Comer. Jesse Stukey,
John C. Miller, Thomas Swope,
March 4th, 1853.
We concur in the foregoing recommenda
tions. H. C. Whitman, Judge;
V. E. Shaw, Pros. Atfy;
M. Kaeay, Clerk;
James Weaver, Sheriff.
II. H. Hunter
John S. Braaee
Joseph A. Shaw
M. A. Dmigherty
Y. Van Trump
I). J. Gruber
T. Vun Vossen
G. W. Bcerstler
C. F. ShKffer
John D. Martin
Wm. P Creed
P. li. Ewing
John T. Brasec
F. M. Ellia
H. U. Shaw
O. E Davis
Agricultural Fair Lift of Premiums.
Wo call attention to the list of premium
which will be found In full in to-day's paper.
They are published thus early, in order to a.
ford every chance for a fair competition, and
it will be noticed that they are on a very
liberal scale. From present indications, we
are to have one of the best county fairs ever
held in the State. The Society are in a
highly prosperous condition and is now fixed
upon a pprmanen basis. The grounds, a
hout three-fourths of a mile north of this
city, will be. prepared in the bent manner
for the exhibition of nil kinds of articles.
Ready MadcClothing, tj-c. See advertise
ment of Mr. Georgo II. Smith. Me has ta
ken sole charge of the old and well-known
establishment and is stall times ready to
sell his goods upon this most reasonable
terms, or prepared to make them up to or
der. It will bo noticed that Mr. Tong,
samewhat celebrated for making fits, re
mains with him. Ilia btoclc oh hand is com
posed of the best and most fashionable vari
eties. We bespeak for the establishment
a due share of the public patronage.
Out-Lots for Sale We call attention to
the advertiseinentof the Executor of Thorn
us Wright, decedsed. These l'o'ts nro situ
ated hear the city and will prove a profits
Blacsmithing.Si-e advert! lement of Mr.
B. Garrett. He has a long practical experi
ence in the business and can render salls-fnctii.it.
Wedheidat, March 10. Wheat has s
galn declined end the regular quotation may
le put dowa at 77 89, though in a few in
stances a cent or two more bat beta obtala
ed for good white for milling. In other ar
ticles, the quotations of last week may be
For three day past, we have had beautl
ful clear but cool weather, and the roads are
rapidly Improving. The business of the city
has largely Increased and will be quite lively
so soon a the spring trsde fairly opens.
Kew Terk Jtlarkn.
Nw Yoa, March 14 The steamer
Ericsson arrived here this evening.
8a es M00 Moor, state, at 4,88(34,75;
Ohio 4,93i3r),12. The steamer's newt de
pressed the market. Southern 6,12(26.25;
quiet. Wheat, Genesee, l,2IQlli dr.
pressed. Whisky, rrlson,20: dull. Pork
unchanged. Beef heavy. Lard plenty.
St. Louta market.
Sr. Lorts.March 11. -Flour Is dull at
3,663,75for country superior. Whealls
current at 72(380. Corn at S5 36c, , and
Oats at 33c. Sales o,f 800 bbls Mesa Pork
at 14425; 350 tierces Lard at SJ-fof and 90
do shoulders and Hams, in pickle, at6j07J.
Whirky is dull at 18J. Hemp ranges from
95 to 1 13 per ton. Galena Lead it nominal
CircixxaTI, March 15. River risen six
teen Inchet. Weather clear and cool. Flour
dull; small tales at 3,75. Whitkv 19. Pro
visions dull. 100 hi da Bacon tides told at
7.60, packed. 6000 pieces bulk thotildert
at 85. 160 bags coffee 10 to 10. Sugar
and molaatet unchanged. Clover teed 6,80.
Nxw YoK, March 15. -3.400 beeiret clot-
cddull at 7 to 9,50. 4,000 sheep, at 3,50,
4,75,6 to 6,50. 1,300 beeves, at 6 to 8,60
per hundred. Hogs 800 at 7 per hundred.
100 cowt at 8 to 14 for dry, and 16 to 13.50
for fresh. Sheep from 3 to 4. Lambs 1,60
lit op PBEJtuns,
Te ke Awar4d at ik next Anna
al Fair t tbt FalrfleU (
Af ricaltaral Btlctf. t fc fcl
In .Lancaster In Octe-ker next.
Kwr UtM fttm w W hri 5.00 i l beat 3 in
do d 1 (.'iru i 00 tin J'lH)
d iIh 1U1 Oil 3.00 lit X Ml
lo d H :i.u0 ), J imi
Jo do J" li irhy I (HI ri ' M
CLASS SECOND. Htrfs.
F. bc.i Sril'i.u l' i.H w.i i.VJ J.I lMt 3 00
d l.i In li-Ll ixntiMl 3 00 liw 3 IMI
do 3 ym.r, i.ld .tM il ' '.'.IH
t" d yr tU 3 t-y tin 4 UO
l (J.-lih.. lor all rrkJ IIJ du 2.110
do d' d. libl bar
mi 3 no lo ?. no
do 3 yw u'lj lifiriV rvl 3 in) tin ? UO
d-t V il., di Il.tSlMI lira too
do I do d . thi a ) do S 00
do NHti;jf n.lt ilHt tin llioi
d Mir malt b brra ft uo do JAiQ
i LAsj tlllRD.
Frut blood fnitn-r.ir all work:) (li) do 3 00
riu do diitirl'i Innnrt 3 0 1 do 'i.uu
do 3 )ein.ld utjr 3 00 do S 00
j S do do 3 00 do 2 00
do I rti uU mar 3 DO , o
do niairtolt 2.00 do 1.00
do .!! f h tree to b
ahtiw i lif lai'y S 09 do 3 UO
For Jm 3 00 ,1-, 2.00
i'o J'i.iiv 3 00 do tflO
do iir mle .1 00 do U 00
do i"X,e mula 8 )(! do CO
do Al a I yrt ulj 2 do do I 00
do n.dln .-i.lt 20i) do I.UO
CLARS RKTEKTKElt. Tnirr.
far Ual jr'r aiinMclikit I 00 dm
if liorkMM do U
do rulauda ! 1 00
rtn O oua m I CO
d tl cWrna of I rd 1.00 .
do 'i mk-jt I HI
do U.t J ,00
pair Muc. d'ni .rQ
ir..ar:a ' 100
cnii EiaiiTcrN. ror,.
Fur La-t v.nrijr ! tl-'up-a I I'O
Hn arraiijml iMt-k' I i l 1 10
d., f- iir liand lw iitHHa
i Va.t. I) 0 'M
do frmUrtl 1 i'ly I'rvu
do airt-v'ia orrtl'M w.-fk
do flo d
do di Stat do
do riay UrMrin do
UK. LOCOCKt riTLMUNIC WAfEliS
4' . V " " '
Brtff 3tki i Li.
Tim ro'.'tcriber wnti to Imv s lot cTUrg- llkelv
HOKSKS fur market, k8lMitlilj n J the first o!
April, (or w hirli libnni nncet ill I paid
Lancntor, Ma ch 10. I). TALLMADGE.
. . Sow Kub!:iib;'r' .
G. Wilson 1,75 fJidron Martin 2,00
Wash Llikcr 73 I). rUlehafer 2,00
Charli's Sterling 00 E..Voodward3,00
To Tits CiTizt.xi or laAKPAtTKa. (71.,n:-Th3n!
f:il lor vur pit ftvoi s, I aolicit oiir enpport for tho
OIHm of C'itv M nmiAL:aul if l.-cU'il, 1 plnjpmy-i-ll'to
ili.cliiw'tl, faithlully anrl M th bust of my
abilili's. th ilittiui of that oifiirt.
Miich 14. 1-10.1. SAMUEI. CANNON.
nUE Agent of tlia rhiUl.lpliia Comiaiuios Star
X i now visiting the Kuturn ritinn. lelecting gtxxii
l.,r tliU estub iihji.fnt. tad thre will bo told toisika
room fur iho new purc-him? the ramaining lot of choi-e
1'rlnti, GiniEliaTia, lu Ijini. Donrieatic and Kancy
GooJi, at in vrer figure! than can be purchaaed in tbfa
city- Finah anival expi-ctrd toon.
Lancaster, March o, 1853.
Poiaosiso. -Thousandi of narenta who use Var-
mitugfl cumpuaed of castri oil, calomel, ate., are nut
win that while thev appear to benefit the pstiant.
ihey rn actually laying the foundation for a sa
i of dineaac, loss ol ki(lit, weakntma. of titnba etc.
In another culuiun wili ba found the advartjacmcnt
of llubenuck'a Mudicilwa, ta which wo ana: the atten
tion of j II directly int:retad la their own as well as
their cliil lrHn'a heslth. In liver comp aiuta and a I
iinorders arising from those of a bilioua type, should
in ke uaof the uuly genuine medicine, fiobeasack't
'JT"B' ot dtrliteA? but ask for Hob nsack'i
Worm Syrup and Liver Pi Is, and obserre that each
haa the s'iguaturoof the proprietor, I N. ilobensack,
at none olso sre jjnuuine. .V. 1". Express.
IIT'AN'OTHKH SC1KNTIKIC WONDER! Ik.
P04AMTV9 Dvarnrnca Dr. i. S. UOl.'CfllTON'd
PEPSIN, The True Dwitivt Fluid, r (lastrir Juice,
prepsred from KtNNET, ur tho ruci-K stomach
urntr Ox, aftur utrnctinns of Baron LIKUIW, the
;rot Phvsiolojicai c'mmitt, by J. b. Hovohiox, M.
iV.I'hilarl.ilphia. This istrulyl wondorful remedy for
luiiacttioii. Ovspecsia. Ji'.lndice. lirer comnlaint.
comtipa'ion sti.I uVhiiitv, citrine after Nature own I
method, by Nalr rVsown a;'n(, the Ututrit Jain.
Paiaphlets. containing Scientific evidence ol its false,
furmhd by agents gratis. Sea licticr among tne
medical advertisements. 47
CLASS FIFTH Cmttlt, shortens
For Lr.l bu'l 4 UU do
do 'I year old l.illl 5.00 ib.
do I do do 2 00 do
do ball calf 2 Oil do
do Ci-w 3,00 do
do 2 yrar old liei.Vr 2 OH do
do t ear old do 2 DO do
do lieiter Ce'l 2.00 do
do lal ballot k 2.00 l
CLASS MXTH Oradr, Cattle.
Y;r brtt btt!l 3 00 do
,lo 'i J car I'M I'ull S.i'ii do
do 1 Tear lid bull 201 do
do bull calf 2.U0 do
du Cow 2b0 do
do 3 year 1 1 lirifvr 2 00 du
do 1 do do 'J 00 do
do h -iter calf 2 00 do
du Sa bullotk i (IJ d
CLASS f-EVLSTH. Ote
For beat yoke Oien S.lo rlo
do 3 year old 2,1-0 do
do t uo do V 09 do
do 3 yoke from fiue tp J. to t!o
CLASS KlOllT. UrrUo t.hitp
For 'icst buck 3 00 do
do yearling buck 2 Oil do
do ituck lamb 2 00 do
lu fairesvei S.0') do
do ewr.Umlie 2 00 do
do f u i brad aheap 3 O'l du
I'retniuma nil nvmia and aoiuruou ssuia
For beat boar :
For beet atatli. Dip! n.a.
do Ix-'-hJ niaJS .( ,
do ' bull do
do mm !
do bock ol all r!iai ,lo
to EwS do do
ilo UoHr sb, ,
do a..w di . do
S wo j
tiller. I pijfa
. 2 CO
CLASS TEN. Farm LxplexttU,
For beat (brushing machine 4 00
ren4ng a mowing do 3 00
Wheal drill 2,00
corn pUntcr 2,00
beat rolW 2 00
atraw and hay cutler 2.00
liorte by rike 2 09
ci-rii ami cb rrushrr 't Uo
fanning mill 2 00
two lioiie Im ru wafnnV.OO
plow lor gnn'l urpuar2 OH
Mb. WuAyriii I'lt-aso announce ISA AC COMRRat
i candidate for MAKSiiAL,t the euuinicity ebrtion,
andobliM WANs' VOTERS.
March' It, IS.53
On Thursday lant, hv tlio Ilcv. John IVaesnhata.
Mr. JOHN V. fit' MLEV and Miss CATlUlllNE
M MILI.KK, of Msi'l on township.
On Thursday evening th" 1'lth inst.. by the lle
Jlin M. Iwrie, the Rev. JEUEMIAII BOWMAN
and Miss MAKY MAXKIKLD, all of this citv.
Col. Mediix. Tho Ohio Statesman al
luding to the chargos made against Colonel
Medillby a portion of his Locofoco friends,
which were published Incur paper a few
days since snys:
"Qa. Medill, after quietly looking on at
the papers in his especial interest in pouring
out their vile and infamous slanders upon
us, can here see that he is not free
from charges himself. We have not seen
the articlo in the Dayton paper referred tot
. bnt we remember that these charges were
made on the floor of Congress by Demo
crats, yet we never for a moment believed
them, and we do not think they are worthy
of the least belief. Yet the Enquirer and
its especial advisers can see, how easy It
would be to All the State with criminations
Add fe-crimi nations, and send the Democrat
ic party of Ohio to the lowest depths of de
feat and disgrace. There seems to be a cu
rious settlement of accounts oil hand, and
. Jet the conrerjuenees bi on the getters of It
H. 0. Farrell's Genuine Arolan Liniment
Inamoi exti'aordihavym'-Jicirto; the truth of which
h placed beyond doubt by tho vast salea of the article
and the msriy cures beinq daily performed by it. which
previously hid resisted all other medicines and the
sM of i Uo beat physiciana in the world. It is com
posed of balsam, extracts and Gums peculiar to Arabia
possessing, in a concnlrated form, all thnir stimu
lating, anottjn?, pcrotrsiinj, unctuoua snd rnvuUivp
piopcrtics; and th.:anv' which, sg'?s ago. wore used
hy tho "Sons nf the l)oert " with such niLiculous
success, in curinj tlu diseases of both man an j beist.
Read the following remarkable euro, which should of
iiauu place n o. rAHSKU I Arabian i.ikijhicnt
far bwondanv similar remod v.
Mil H o. FAKHfcl.L fiear "in Artua'ad by a sense
o erstctu'nnm. I submit ths lullowmj aa an instance
of the utility ol your great inedicina. My child.throe
yars old, was suddenly attacked witl a lorriblo dis
ease, whifh in less than six hours prostrated It tb to
tal helnlussnnsa The limbs b.'cuno M riaid that not
joint "could bo bont; the lioh turned black and cold
and O'ltiroly deprived ol feeling; tin nyea fixed, par
tially c'osed and altogothor blind, billowing this waa
ditni toall sounds; tho apihe becamo colilracted
ond so curt-cd tbit u hen lying oh its back the head and
hoala onk touched Indeed, tne child DrpRcrited evcrv
appearance of being dead. Immediately on the attack,
t io family physician was caUnd in, although it was
bli.H'ured a iloen times and various ruVis lent Lini
in Mils applied. A consultation of physiciana was
then held, but to no ptirpoan, Ihe ca'sn was then
brouglil b.'fiire the Medical Society, but nuthing could
bo auiiifciitiHl wliich had not already been dnne.and ihu
doctor tbon told me he could do nothing more. We
then commenced app ying your Liniment freely ovur
tho entire length of the spine, and you may imagino
a parent sjoy, wneu. alter a low applications, return-
lowship. The Auditor eot friurlttfrittJ
well lie miht, and declined to carry out the
proinct, and Sam now brinps his account to
the Legislature. It was almost consum
mated, but was beaten at last. See to it
that it jMi.i beaten.
In parting from the readers of the Gazette,
Encothncs cennotmaltc his final bow with
out first expressing a hope that he will never
again be culled upon to chronicle and, that
you may never be called upon to read the
history of another Legislature in all respect,
or indeed in any respect, similar' tn the
one thai closed its course to-day. He can
think if no better valediction and giving
tbnt Ho anva fnreu'pll ! FxnnTtinaa
i M i i ii i ' of all the countorloits. becauae his having the name
. , ef rarroll, many will buy in good faith, wi'hout tho
lAJM-Mtl jkiioivledgothatacotinterfuitcxists, and they will pur-
"""" . ; .. i , . haps only disi-overlheir ertor when the apuriousmix-
The Orchestral Cnmpniiy and the I.tnio luto has wrought Us ovli effect.
penn Sereiinilern. ' I pnuino article is manufactured only by Jf. if.
' I dvugiiist. No. 17 Mn street, Paoria. Illinois. to whom
"h i'F ic.iioiis lor Agencies must no amirt'saea. we
auro you goi it witiithn 'ettor H. U tx-iore Karrcll a,
ig animation waa snparent, and it rapidly recovered I
wun mo excepiionoi inesigm, wiucnaiu not oecome
perfect for near a month. The child is now healthy
and robust as can bo. Kivo othw caaea of the asine
kind occurred previously in ray neighborhood, all of
which died, wnn thero is no doubt if your Lioimcnt
had been used thev would have recovered.,
1'iHitis, Mjiali'l, 1 115 1 H G. CI.KLAND.
i.odkdiir for counterfeits!
The public ari caution 'd against another counter
feit, which has 'ate'y made it apuosranco, called If.
u tarrcWt Arnhia'i Liniment tho most danfteroua
SrMpros or DiauAsa should n.-ver be disregard
ed. They are unerring Uidieatit.ns that the ital fun-.
'ions of nature have bct n inter' urtted in th' irb- alth-
Jul action, and that serious evils ki'.i .t in rittl. lol
low, unless mi aysTerri ne again set rini oy ina iiiuo
iv u,o of proprr "remodiea.
11 ar in nurd that nsture is evrr endesvonna to
expel iH,ease b n Ir inradea the ar.lreal oconoiuy,
anil only need tee aa.isiancai ol some genial restora
live thornugh. yet mild ill its actionthat willgiv
ono to tho avstem. and act I'rox thk atsun which
is the prjndpsl ol life.
fiuribrr'a Yicliow Dors avd SaasaPAtai a, as
a jiitrdier of the b'ood, a renovator of the ayatcmnd
i -upporter and preaerrer of tbo powers of life, it
has no equal. Take it. on tho first indication that
disease ia upon you, and you will avert perlispi weeks
ani months of sirknesabd iblfering.
j,eieo suvrrxiarnaem. satm
T)n. IIoorLAHD'a Gihmah Bitters, prepared by
Pr. C. M. Jackson, aro justly reckoned amongst our
most vslue medicines In cases of dyspepsia, it acts
like magic, alrengteniug the tone of the atomach. atim
ula ing the digeatire powers, and giving ruddy heal b
to the cheek and hrightnas to the eye. There are
thouaands in this community who ran tostify to Iheir
virtues St thousands will hnreafler add their testimony
jy&ae advertisement. lmA-4
Fixing and reguliting iho Foe and Ralsrlea of (ha
OlBcers of the City of lnncaster.
SEC. 1. JJ iV ordain J by the City Council oj the
Pity of Lancaster. tha tho Fv and Salaries ot
tho Ollkersof the city of Lancistr hereafter named,
ahsii do as lonowa, to-wit:
M Avon's Fkis The Mavorof aaid city shall re
cnive no salary, but in the discharge of tho dutios of
his olfice, shall be entitled to such toes as aro allowed
to Jtistices of tho Hc-aro ln,stmilar easel.
Ci.BHK'a Keys. The Clerk of the cit of Lancaster
shall receive a salary ol Seventy-five dollara per an
num. , .
TncAstrRam't Fits. The Treasurer of aaid city
slit II rec iv one pei cent, on til monies paid out and
disbursed by bim, on the order ot tbo proper otlicera
of aaid city.
Solicitor's Fkes Tho Solicitor oisaid city ahsll
receive such aalary a. tho city council may hereaf
Fes ! or Mimbkrs or CouxciL.-The Members of
thet'iiy Council ahall receive for each stited monthly
meeting Ihe sum of One Dul'a , and for every special
meeting the aum of Fifty cents .
Mahshal's Fkes The sslary of Ihe Marshal shall
b Thrtio Hundred and Twenty fivo Dollars pnr an
num, and in the exercise of the duties of hia olfice ha
shall receivo auch feus in a 1 casoa aa aro allowed to
Constables in aimilar cases.
Mahk it Master's Fkis Tlio Msrket Master
shsll receive a aalary, oj Fif r Dollars per annum.
Wkish MAaTKn'a VeKI The Weigi Master shall
roreivo for services one half of tho amount of money
by him received.
VPKHViaon's Fcits The Suoervioia of each
Ward of aaid city ha'l recoiva One Do' ar and Twcn-tv-livecenta
per da, whilst engaged in superintend,
ing the labor mi the atrects and alloys thereof, and
(lie further sum of Three Dol ara for notifying all p r
ions required by aw to periorm two aay a labor in
al bid ilo
our lioi ae do
. shrivel do
lol IimV rukrs
''55"1 t -T(-a' sVaJj aaaa
90 rP rnir. aok.
SO TW1I truly aad molt wonderful MedicirM haa Wn
JO I L tucceafu ly itaed li l ump aad Asia, for many
SO y-A's.snd u warranted to gira iraawdista" rollof scat
uwh puey cure lor DaoncniTia, sonai I ksoat.
H7 lolbs, rausroiiA at r CoastTMM-ioaf. and all
AutfCtiuDS Of th Lufiataiid FlrMfli. i -nnctlmntlnB ka
often cared la thai ttrx atsgaai and avam ia Lb walif
. augaa, groai rsual may M bad.
to Jiaaaletea-a. Maifera) aassl Pablls fwaksra,
Tbey are iaraltuLU, at ia two hours that tvaaort all
bair.enaaa, iucraaae the powet and flaxiuiiity of tb
roio , and enable them t spekk or sine clear and dla
tloct Tbey ar eooreaiant to carrr in tlta Mckt ta
taaaa'alitimea havaa moat piaaaaot taata, aad at
Tat sal by 0. VacifWn and fc. L. sibciim. t.sni-H-lr,
J. VV.rai r, Aioaads; P. llano, Plaa-iantvilb ; J I..
Bratun New tt.lem; Uurt at and Frey, Wineheeierj
James Burs. Plckeri,iKrn: A. Mithoff. UekTil ; J. P.
(iutilius, Carroll: Jr.hu UUck, HartB.port: biuoions
aod faaohegsn, Baltimore.
W bo are tl-o Agents lor the celebrated Jaw David's
or isoeranr PasWr
(.TNoasaraastitrixiuidota aignnd E TatMii,
on tt lop of each box. Ffb IT, 1B63.
riinEea-psrfnunhip of AUNKV CLATtKE wit,
at by mutual agraemrut, dusolveil on ihe 3lt tay
it January, 1363. All pnrnir.s having unaetlle l sc.
rounta with aaid firm will please call and sett'e with
either aaid Aroejr or Clarke, ona of whom will ba
found at the old aatabliahsnent
AK.NF.Y St CLARKF..
r.lnUry 10, l&l Pta Jointri Ctaxitr.
THE OLD BLOW oTf.ASY FOUJfDnY.
Messrs. Clarke, Wriglt II Co.,
HAVE rakea. fbr a terra of years, the Foundry
ewoed try John Arnev; Ltq , situs' vp jn Co
lumbus and Bread Ktrrttl, in the city of Lancaster,
where thev are determined to be on hand w ith all auch
Isrtiab in tbir lin', as the country requlms
COAL WOOD, COOKING AND PARLOUR STOVES,
MILL GEARING, M A C II I N E
CAHTiyOS Aim PLOUGHS, ot
various pa'tarna, warrsnted a superior arti' le, tngotliA
ei with all minor j nicies in tne Fomdry l'n.
CLARK K9 tornrtrilit and Straw Cntter,
An atic e eupcritrta all others r of the kind in tha
couutrv. and r.n tn nbich we invite the aoecial at-
itentiob of Hie Farmtr. Thia machine for cufii t
I shAcic corn for high Teoding or fattening slock, v ill
I ar from 3o to 40 pr cent. Cord Fodder, when cut,
ia cearly or quite equsl to hay for fa ding either cat
f tie or horses, making an acre of well aave'd corn fod
der worth t'o acre of the bes grown hay in Ohio.
Tb. y are ca'culued fot either hind or hone power.
We are also preparing to furnish to order
McCORMICK'S BEAPKU AND (J BASS CUT
TEB AND MOOrtE S WIIE VT DStLL.
Farmers gire us a call. Everybody give us a call,
a&d buy our goods ind ware,our plou.rha and shsrea,
and we' will try in tnrnto buy our corn, your wl -it,
vnur flour, vour meat. Tour hav. roUr bat '. voor
'' j rag bank note-, or suht yon may daire to spare, of
Alao, at tha earn tint tad daces. I, 2urr.11r.ra ot ; . f j. : : i.i. . .u.. .
anact oftha lguiatura f tt.i suppert and bsjt'er fo Ubawl ahtra of patronaee to u. who ar.
iW tin Un! ri iloii'H: of hie. maiol.iu Lv a
yonnn lily. a ! lumm of a (...I.I B if. va'urj 1 1
l, will ba awv.lnii isml If Ilo- avioid best,
ring vuIik-U at f I.
Diacrel ioiim ) prfiniiio a u ill It juid iu arli
clra irrabt l MM n-aMitd ii, .r lias, wbk btin
awnrOing o.diintt,ef may destn w..iiy.
No article will lis Hi) .wrJ a vui;uin iln.t m ,y
be lU-am unW'irtUv. Uoaitii'ia upniwhk ia
,retiiiun nf Isvo ,lljra or n.r, ia 4iti uu fit
nance lot of til ty iii'a will t ct.a fed ail ii'.li
ra twenty r.ve rents
CeOiprtilora b-r lit tniuint on croi s, slit!! Or re-
uuirrd to base the gri1u I ami ila jkoU k ucc'l
r'ij mt aaiirri t,y not lr IM two il.ii .'rr
eml persona, wbn.t- Uh,inula ibal! b vriC-ti
by afrid is it.
It M drsirnbla t.'m; wit ivi ba ootHadui'ef
III ten daj a pi tu.f l!io fair if ;xwa.l.lt
At iio i.f I be ol j-n-ta uf Hit aociaty H fc lm
-ro ll.a aiock of ibr "Ui't, n "-oiuait me
. -- - - ' - ' .i v 'ui.ii.' " i " , vii i . ,r-y
2 j.0 i r.ay be .liowu in com, minion i.b g.ia st c!(
lA'i lauiv iiiuva iiarrr uioKe. awaa U a'SUQ
jiiei) ! ij.ure tafny to finer i otk.
All agu 'r iiiKtiiri-d eni:ns!a ti.at rect vc d tiie
i al j'rerr.inin it: tiie ioat f ir, c ; ot raoiioiav
pet for i'eiuiu'i't U'tl'i two )e s il.rrvalvr. Ii
woiil.l. Iiosvcvr, bsr Jc-eirabic V- u iv tbuj in
JOHX S::2LB. Pres.
Jux C Wae. Srr
T'KE Qualified Voters of tb eit . r f Lancaster will
I J meet on hc4th cay of Atrll. :rS3.teii lha first
Moedai ol Slid month. at tht'b!iou-.? places ia tja-ir
raspactiva v.ards, t:.-:
lit- Ward, at tha Tareta cf John O. Yavar;
Sad. Ward, at tfceOfiieiof Uu v.i o.t (.'C.rt a'.
Sid. Ward. at tha Broadway Hsttl;
4th. Ward.a'th City Ha-.!;
At which time and places thy will proceaJ'o elect
tba following otficera. ta-wit Hirer, Mar.UI, Trea
surer and Solicitor, fori tha Ci!'r at Una. aad on
Astcsaor, apd two DimJars of tLi Ciy Cauncli &o.
a--h of taiu Wards.
rwuuiina ns LiriBiBaB veiw , ir. ,..rirv m
tmr ...i sj:- Ta ii ,u " . . t i catcra.uxm to CO ousiness on tne most noerai terms.
tar,pasr4 tebrutr; 19, 1(M8,e!ct. tor the tm of v iuvv WitlGll r Sz CO
lbre,ycJ-a.rwcmi:mUrsof!Uf!oaidofEdcai..i. . ,.rti" ll 4fl
nirin Under mr band, ami th ao.1 oi ta. eit, 1 La"T. Febriary 10. ISo3 40
wciatci, uiiftitui bit w isjro. 1003.
Marck 14, 1661. Wit. V. CRK0. .Vcy?r
OCT-LOTS PGR SALE.
Sale of Rent Estate by Order of Conrt.
ON" the Sid day of IforeS, A . D. T-63. be ween
the hours of ten o'clock. A. M , and four o'clock.
M. t the door of tha court house, in the ton i l
(.1. A8S KLhVEN. Mtnnficttrrd arlUUs.
For brat Iwn h,n carriage 3.00
do Itusr-.'r 3 00
lo l.ue.,11 UII
do inure labia "..00
do BMltr l V 00
do tell rb.i l S 08
do iiliiugi-bair 1. 01
do ft en barV't-1 I 00
do tight do I DO
do di a corn lno'irnt I 110
do innl rookiuyi'ova S 0-1
do wo d do 3 00
do I'u'lnr di 00
do lol I II wara
dd ilo cnijtrr do
do rili gun r .
For brat min i suddle 3.110
aide do S 00
briilln 1 mailii.g'ilei 1.00
light cnrrHge bnru'rai S CO
I gill buggy do 2 00
fur in do 3.00
r-ptllE subscriber, acting Eieeut.iT of tha Ert-te oi LancasUr.Fairfeld county. Ohh. will be so J to tha
J. Thomtt Wright, deceaaed, U! Orpoae (n pubiie i highea bidder, the Mowing real eatate.a-.-thf! prop
sale, at tbe door of the court house in tfcecity cf Lsn- erty of Martin Ilubifr, doc., to wit: A paft of tha
caster, on Saturday, ilareh 28. 13. tsetweto the northwest quarterr.l s-ttion nine, in township fifteen,
hours of two and three o'alock P. M of aaid day, the j in range eighteen, "it'iate in said county of I sirfi-ld,
following Talusble property. to-wit: and partku ariv ducribeJ bymttes,sn-t tourdt aa
Out-Lot, No. S, containing 3 99-100 acr; tiaa ! followi, to wit : Beguming tor .he fame at the wuih
(lit Lot, No 3 containing? 13 111' aero. Was? cornirof taid quarttr section ahov mentioned,
Slid property Is situated Xoiih of L!iiWer ird ' and running th'-nce es foitv-two ch;ir.s to a stone:
will b told upon tha following terms: on third cash ' thebre nfnh n'nechiins and fifty. wo links totftone;
in hand, one-lbiid in one voir ar-.l n thini in n thence west fortr-two cajrM and five links to a pout;
years, with interest upjn the d-f lrejpiyir.rnu from thence south nine ciirius and fifty-two inns to the
the day of sale. JOHN A. FtTTERS. i p ace of bezii-.r.ing, containing fortv 'T3.i, more or
Actirg'ExceiiiornfThcnas Wright, AVe. jlest subiect to -he do .tr ol yarab lluber. sudow of
Mircii 16, ISM. td j said deei-aaed, th?r.-!in as iped
. , . Terms cf .Sclc One.thin1 cash in hand cn the
HOQT& AND SH(J3. 'davofaale. r:d the resid-i inn:-! a.-.; e:v'.i"Co
k-rri a ctrr5iifAV .t,.:. .1 1 months thorea'ier, with infrret trure tha cay ct hi,
a . a-A ua ai .a l. ' s aj .u vhiihuv i tuc;g Waal . , i
....I -i.-.i - u..i.!. a-.H o i. a..:. tx b aacured bv m"rt,a7(. r.n sailer.,
street, where they keep always on hind and manufoc
ture to order all the latest and out approved
STYLE OF BOOTS AXD XHOF.S
for Mw and Women Tbo recuUtirB of the A PLEASANT FA RS FUR 8A
ettabiishmot for the bestol work n.d no commen- tx. .,nJnun,l .ill aell hia Parri. L-i GtM n'ield
dation Thy use the beat man-rial snd croplo. th ; town,hip, Fairbcld eountv, about three mi'cs north
most ski 1 ful workman and are thut enibled to supply i Uncaster. containirg abetil on- h-jmi-eil rrs. a
thair caatnmera with tbo neatest aad best of tha ra- hont lilts well tuuberea snl the hilaw nad-ir jood
nousanaciea in uaeir imr ah siaas o oocia, coes, ; ruliiration. There is up
custom, etc., etc., ar edsraceo in inair sioca, wnicn
haa hist been rcpleni-hcd b thoir Spring purchases. I
roe parronage ot tne pu..iic it retpectmiiy aoiica-;
FRH r.k!(.K LiNI r
Adm ler pr Mart:,: ttulir, :cr.
February 7, 1 80S. tl "w41
ted. who are Invited to call and examine the aaaort-
an-ot. No efforts will b spaied to pkase those wlu
faror theta with their cuton, ahb.r ia cuslityor
Laacaatar, March A,
non the iiremisos a sblli' ii ra
cy of running water to supply th wsnta ofthefajm.
'For information, rail an I'eee for youraeU-ea. Tka
farm will ba sold upon reaaonablr term.
. , ISRAEL JACK30S.
Usrch 3, 1853.
Coait ot Comrnon Pleas, Fairfirld County.
I JOHN LA L, 1
1 ..... ri ' I Patitio.
F.MAS BAKF.R and othera
1 ESrF.CTFUI.LY annnunco to tho clti.M
m Larcasinr and vicinity, that thev will kIvo
grand musural r.tcrtainment on TuesJay Evening,
March 23, Hc3, in the courl hotne.
J STAFFORD. $ Man8'!"
Lancaster, March 10, 1H63
ATETITION will be pwntod to the Tmaleea
of Walnut Township, Fairfi Id cnuntv, Ohio, at
their neat regular moeting, praying that a township
road be located and eatalilished betweon tho following
point, viz: Cominonciilg iri the road leading from
HaltimorotoThornvillo.thonce south tu the aouthi
won corner or Section No. IS, in aaid Township,
thence aouthon the lines between 15 & ;g ,,) fj(
SJ, to the road leading from OaUimdre to New 8alcm
and thereto terminate.
March 14,186:1 M5 MA'T PETjTiONEtlS
FOR CALIFORIVIA-II AI)8 WANTKD.
mHE aulwcrilwr will start for California on tha lit
JU of April, with a lot of Horses, and wbihes to eni
ploy aorao twenty good, lobar, industrious men to go
with him. They will be lalua at nft v dollara for esth
man, they fiodliir' their awn gaps and b'anketa.
UBCrtr,Mtxr 11. A. iml&JktfXft.
thus H.G. FAMHhl.L'S and hit aijnattire on ihe
wrapper all others are counterfeits. " ,
bo'dby tJ. KA'Ji KMAN ft CO., Lancaster,
and by resu ar'y authorized agents throughout the U
nited'Suu.s. Price t6 and 50 cents, and fl V bottle.
AG K NTS WANTED in every town, village and
ham et in the United Slates; in . which one ta not al
ready estabishmi. Address H.G. Farroll aa above,
accompanied with good reference aa to character. re
aponsibiiity.ntc March 10 1m44
Estiite of William Morrow.
TOTICK is horoby givon, that the undersigned hat
k been tppointnS anddulv qualified aa Executor
of the Eslateol VVilmaw Moanow, deceased. 'iteof
Itusbcreek township. Fairfield cduijtv, Ohio. All
persons having c tiuis against aaid Estate wll present
them lor s -tl. ement, legally authenticated within ona
year and all thoae indebted will make immediate
a, meat. . . . DAVID ABIUGliT, Ettcidor
Februar94 I?63 4w43
their reaoective Wards
Sico. 3. Thai all ordinances heretofore patted, re,
gulaling the fees and sa'ariea of the olticera of taid
citv, be and the same sre hereby repealed.
Passed March 1 1. lHj3 WM P. CREKD,3fdof.
Attn t Jons B. Recs, Ci(y Clerk.
March 6, 1W3
Zanesville andMayaville Tdroplka Rodd
. The tale of the Zanesvillo and Maysville Turnpike
ftnad. haVjHg bnen confivnied, the creditors uniting in
Ihe purchase are noiiiiodto meot It the City Hall, In
Lancaster, on Tuei-day. Ihe 23d inst, at 10 o'clock. A.
M , for the "purpose of organizing and ejecting otU
rers in accordance with (he provisions ol the law tin
der which the ssle was Conducted. , .
It Is hoped that there will be a general a'ten.lince
of thoie interested In the tffalr II. II. HUNTER.
bi behalf of the Committee of Creditor!
Lancaster O ; Mrch 1. 1W3
Kahaville t'ourier, Somerset Post. Scioto Gazette,
West Union papers copyjill day and charge thia of
fice. " tdMPfjUNO AllSAl'AHlLLA SVRCP.
PREPARED strictly In accorJane to th formula
of tho Unitod S'ales Pbsrtnscopla, lately revis
ed by authority of the National Medical (' .nventjoa,
on, hand and for tale b' OTTO W. KRvEVIER.
Uhcaster, March 10, 1863
COMPOt'ND tsl?P OF HOSKHOtiND AND
WILD CHERRY AND ELECAMPANE
rpilE tamo article (brmer'y put, bp. by roe lor
I Meatra. Bury k Beck, now pu up (n bottlet con
taining riearly five timea the quantilv at t per hot
tlo. For ealeby .. OTTO W. KRJEMER.
LancaaUr, March 10, 1863
limae collar 1.00
aide anle leather 1 00
do U per do Oil
bill iiesi do 1. 00
rulf skin I OA
iiir fine bout 1.00
do ctnirae do ( ( 1.00
do Imliea" !iirt r in-
liroidt'ird 1. 00
hoe . J (10
mitioilj I. On
lioiaeali( ', . 1.00
CLASS nitttTF.F.N .
For le st leu yu da cloth
I l.le linen
iinir wool liose
p"iir J '
1 00 '
ijiiBle ciiverlii l.uo .
CUSS FOURTEEN Frail
For bt-sl fl kind' wilder applrt 1.00
6, do fall . 1 CO
tingle specimen m win-
rpilE public are notified thai I liar dispotedof aay
X entire atock cfU.wdt tn .Measra. Ruing ft Lyons, ( IV B.nhmin Roller her huaUnd. Ruth Mtnch and
who wiU hereafter conduct the businets at tba old tA'illitara P. Meneh h r buaband, Catbarine Lamb and
etand. la.. t i,rt i.H.t,n ,n,l 'nl
110 I T"0? indebted tn ma are requei'.ad to Jl anj reri,,entati-ea of John Un Jate ol Fs irfield cotmtV,
i0;te:tU their account tamoi-taty either by cssh or ! , lher wilh Andrew Jackson llanwav. John Han-
O ACIIAEL LANK. Kliaa Baker, Mary Roller and
IWUKUIUIUUIIUU1. SJ .iiior dj c... w iiher witii Andrew Jackano lianwav. John Han
I retura my actnowk-dgemrntt ts my eld waT William Hanwav. EliraJ. iianwav.'Nancv Hn
U ard cu-jomerj who so liberally ; patronired j mt; tni Miry K. iianwav.heira.ete oi Tebit'.a i.an
I will be found at all timet at lie old aland rea- j fnnrl v Tebitna line dt-reastd, ;ii lakeno-
1 ' me.
1 00 dv ta aettl.
.'i0j 'Laneaatar, March 16. ISM
tice that a petition waa fi!- asinst them on the It th
da ol'FeLruarv. A. I) IbftO. Iu thecn-irt of fwnwa
' picas of r'irfip.il county. Onio, b; J-.t.n 1 pnrv ai.d it
! now therein nendic-:. -herein the saiu iobn I ane de-
IiE partnership heretofore exii'.in; und r tli ' raandt partition ol lb.' io biv ing l.cal Eitati'. a.'.d aa-
firmnsmeof SMITH iTUNij.hls tUiscay urcn ! signmt-nt of dower therein tq-isH l. i.-lnei lnc.
wiitow,to:wit: A part ol tne rtonet-a': sycart'T 01
Section ncrber one .) i-i Tonbip in.-nite r Thir
teen (13.) of Range nilir.t.'T Twei.ty (Sj.) iae'ythe
homestead cf Jo in Ijr.e, de. easci'.con'ainir.g Vightv
FourAcrea. And thut at the May Term. A D K;3.
..ill .niTit nli atin will be made bv- aaid John
Lane for an order for the ais'gnment or aaid dost-
dissolved y nautua. consent.
Tho business will be conti.iu-d at the 0 d s'ao by
GKORr.E II. SMITH,
j,j An old resident of the city, who will keep coattant
10 i ly on P.atid a brat rata stock of tho bat
fill CLOTH.S.CASSIMF.RKS. tSTINUi.
ifi 1 TrimmlDei
All ' tssortcient
. t.. lurn.n lrl-K Ala afuil er and the pariiiinnol said Ijndt tr.d tenements, ae
,? at ! "l'n8 t0 ,be pstJ,M 'nd "T f 01 ln,t'rett. ts be-
:. '.. U . u.. I tween said partiea and the Petitioner is t forth in th
READY MADE CI.Crlll.NQ. petition. . J.'l) a C. D. MARTIN.
Attorneys for Petitiorer.
' 1,0 AU of which he will sell upon the, most reasonible
1 terms tor Cjsii. rrom nia long rxperience inioe mi-
I uo . ainesa. be leels aaturad ttt h can p ease.
" i G(XI)S MADE TO ORDER.
I fld tnr'LMP?rta- ,i , I. L., JT. T. 'ppolnted iui du.y qualified a Adminiitra
JluetorutfortheettabluhmontahJ thabott or Bsis;tnrof the f,WofC. F. C.nrUr.a. dt ceaaej. late of
Estate of C. F. Grelner.
jVOTI.CKIs hereby giVen, thatthe nnderfignedhia
HISTORY OF THE MEXICAN WAR.
HOR tala at the eltv. Book ttore. by ,
Hot 10 JUtt.1 bH.AKl.t8.
Illnijt Strlilimn V
ter eiuilei 1. 10
Aa Sing e -ieciinen fall do 1.0')
dri nuiile ceiiia I "0
do do dj'iiiicet I IM
do rel iwli grii'r 1 (HI
il. ! .bell.. do 1 00
do 4 ''i9'1 drie.1 iii'r
do q inrt plums
( LASS FIFTF.FN VrgnnlUs
Knr lirat l liu-h Irirfli poUloea f.pfl di
I 0.1 j
firm will a'wava be fund on hand to settle the books.
Lancaater, March IS, I t I b Ml I II a; 1U?U.
. CLA KSMITIIISG.
mSf fT11 tubcrfber, at hit thop ea Chetntit
r, JL I almal. immndiatalv East of th Old Uao.
t ifJ)piit Chun b, is prepared to do all kinds cl work
tounacted with hi businrst in the best manner
FOR THR,SIOF.INq OF IldSSES. ((1
be haa In hit employ one nf the, very beat nC J L'
workmen, who is not surpassed ia this branch of t)
business. Prices will be mad reasonable. The pa
tronage of the public it retpacifully solicited.
I.iicter. March 9 I8SJ M HI-SNICK.
lni.bted will make immediate oavment.
WILLIAM OkAIIAM, Admtor.
February 34, 1353 4w4i!
TO KAIL ROAD CONTRACTORS.
riu oiti ma
do lirsest do
C beads iHlibuS
lo I (10
I (ID '
Cincinnati, Wilmington and
ltd I a'ALCD Proposals will ba nctiroJ tt tba G.fce
, n SO of the Cincinnati, Wilmlrizton and Zanxnlli
" I ti.ti I r. ' 1 l 1 -.I ... I f-.
ni 1 1 vAimpwiy, ia Vrfircicvii le, unir, u in, r r.-in y
' I April IS, 1463, fiir the construction ol Masonry lor
" I the ilridge
ever th Muakinzum Rivet al ana r lla
Ohio, together with the Masonry lor tha BriJ,e ot er
the Canal at the tame place
bids (or Masonry will be nndert'boJ to Inclu Jc all
C Lass SlXThblK. Urain.
For heei baif bus wheat t .CO .
rlci tM ry!a 1 00
dd dn out i CO
do dn bdrlt-y 1 00
hi dti corn , I 00
do do buckwheat 10C
do dn clover text 1 00
rl r. At. SiiMAlliw A, t nn
ttXf8 SltTEEIf. FWr; fiult r. de.
t iT bel barrel Bottr S CO
do fifty lb buckwheat
bush Cora meal 1.00
S lbs hotter 1 00
lea lb hooy i u eumbl ,00
do ebeaao , l.vj
(Ij sjApto littt t,C0
do 1 00
do , 90
cost of excaratine and braeanru foundatiert.
Specification! and fur'har information will ba fif.
:.5.J I I kl-l r. L. . 1 l.H. k'l. 1..
art oia.neu dt 4 eici. aisuziion. nmijnn n.- .n
ti l Zanesrillb. By order o( the Butd.
rrints. Claghams I.awiis and Shan Is,
OF auperior qualitx can be found inehdless variety
Y7WDLESAIE ahd Retail, at reduced prices-no
bracinl all kinda utrd in our hnol , at tha
book ator 01 . JOHN I.. TLTnI!,b,
Soul h aide of m 1 in-street .oppositecourt-houae
ST KAY BULL;
STTLVVED from the snbscri her, in Plearsnt tovril
ship, toinetime list fall, a four year 6!J Btl!l of a
ligl'.t red color, with som.- vhite spilt Upon him snd
thick, heavv hornt A iitvrtl reward will be given
to any person leas ing word wii h ine or at tlie (iaetta
Office, where he raw be louni'. .
Febrm ry 33. IM-j:) Jbl IX A FETTERS.
T my lni.tancesn attachmei.l wit thia day iisucd
V bv 6 Weinman, a Ju-tire of the Peace of Hor.k
inr township. Fairfiele county, (ilo, against the pro
frty and ifcts of Patrick llays. an absconding
debtor. Dated Ibia Jfitli day of February A Ll 1H53.
Feb. W.-4W ISAA-; ALLEN.
I- w IVtiiiDiv iBU filter kz'lKtr.
Marrh 14 IM53.
BlnrJisniltli arid TetoriuarT Snrjcorj,
.TFEnS hit aervicet'o the public ia 1
Iw4lit ICIank nook.
F all kinds, for tile at (he cit j hook atore.
November 10 JOHN StlARLKS.
Cloths Casalmere nad Vesting,
CRAVATS. Collars, handVerchisfs. hesw ar.d half
hose, ready for impaction at -IIEXLEY'B
-kirprTjc i , aerricMto thecubliciai HAT r ALL (U()ll A larce and loorrtl ast r
the csptcitv ot Kccr(narw 8uT' L ment now opening, and Krralri lo be had at tl
M anil p.tski i'.ltv In ihetTitmi-Dt of ' i-haia auwpoDnosite htiicrlbt'l II etui.
Jittttc.1 feL Ilia lona operbnee in N.,virbrH.lH50. W.T.TOi',
tboeing hones enablps lumto confidcat
iu -v. ili.t !.m .n,t tt-ill alve lull ta.
iuf-rtifm. II lux trailed hfmtolilof all
the lights of it'loncn in treating tha r irlcus formt cf
v , f . . L.I.I. ,1. 1. I a 1. K ' . .
J : - J ran . u-hlk hft horaalt nanlo.
Hlsahop it 00 Broad ttraet, neary oj-ptlta tb
North public tohooi-notise
WtgoDt and Bngglc Ironed oa short aot'xi na "
ether kiod of amithlog dose with natncH despatch.
Tha Bobl Hartaparne his dally tell
In Buggy, Coach, or In the fanner a field!
Straining etch nerve to tread ratn the toll,
With mTient tpirte net disposed to yield
Ha makaa At win ywtr mcaeT 1 dc!r It-
. . .1 1 L 1 1. 1 l .
Aad I'm tha BUa to a
1 fl fliin coosskins w-anthv
SlU.UUU The subacrihrr will any
the highest, market price IN CAMi lor CaeajtktDi,
Nlnkskint. nei rox nuin a no rotsvmaxin.
Lancaster, February t. IW B. lr.i.DlIM..
Fori Iiic, 1'nct.Vi a s I !-(-,
CARD Ca and Peukulvea, fot sal at the eHy
book store ' JOHN 8KAHLL8
Bonnets, Ribbons and Fan,
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