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CITY 07 LAJTCASTEB. Wnia STATS WOMIWATIO.T73 fO OOVIKNO., KELSON BARKERE. FOa UIUT. OOYIHHOK, ISAAC J. ALLEN. FOR TSIIIDRIR OF STTS, HENRY BRACHMAN. FOB (ICCKITARt OF'STATK. !Mnt.SON H. VAN VORHES. fob ATTor WILLIAM H. OSNCBAL, ' GIBSON fOR SORCJt JUDOS. FRANKLIN. T. BACKUS.. : . 4- " TOR BOARD OF PUBIIO WORKS. - JOHN WAD DELL.' .- . LORIN ANDREWS. ,trEXI.LAiATioiiWATED.--In the Re- ' port of the Auditor of FalrBeid county we find the folIowThg "mysienuu. in the list of Receipts: To amount received from Win L. Jeffries, ' To amount received from Wm. L. Jeffries, . $150,50 Will Mr. Jeffries be so clever as to in form the honest tax payers of this county u.ih. nfiriva items are for? Now no 'dodgltig.'iiily.'but come right out and tell Wall about U'. for the .uoi folks at home" Htre'gettinguheiCBy and say if'tauat bo did." $34,50 .! UooMEBAHo't'kokEti.tB.-:Some time ago "we noticed the invention and application in England of an agent'fbr'ihe HSrdbUhsiuh of ; steam vessels, distinguished by the name of . the "Boomerang," from the fact of the prin '," cipal of construction being derived from the lingular instrument so styled, found in Use amohg'the aborigines bf Australia. ' The erneritoental steamer to which it 'wasap- "! nlied'has crossed the Atlantic by means of It-'from LiVerDool to Quebec, in thirteen ifontreal on the four- teenth day. : :: aDaT of Oeneral t'XsTfNo, Humilia. . Tita.ifB PbaTer. the editors of the Sa vannalT&eorcrian and Cbhimbia South Car ' olinian thinks that the calamity which has 'befallen New Orleans Ms one that would iostifv the President in setting apart a day 1 f hrnn ihout the land for humiliation and v'Vnrover. and for one universal contribution of means to relieve the continued and pres- ' -sing necessities of the afflicted. "- A Mohument TO ah H oil est Boy. Nath in C Ely, of New York city, has contribut ed $10 towards the erection of a monument to the litte Norwegian boy, named Iverson, wIm was pitched into the lake and drowned bv t'wo of his associates, at Chicago, be -: . 'cause 4ie would not go into a garden and -ateal fruit for them. A Chicago citizen al- eo contributes $5, and the Democratic Press . appeals to the Sunday Schools to take up - - 'contributions for this purpose. Accounts of the cause of the little fellow's death were ; ; -circulated among the Sunday School clnsses '. ' ihnt th'nv miuht learn of one who had so beautifully illustrated the prin -ciples of Christianity. Tee Moktamtt at New Orleans. , . From the 28tU of May lust totho 2d inst. there were 9,412 deaths at New Orleans, of . which number C,8ll died of yellow fever 3,345 of other diseases, and 328 of diseases ' not stated. This is truly a terrible mortal- :, ity for a little more than three montna. Melancholy Occubresce. The Hills i 'borouch Gazelle states that on last Monday y ...night, at 13 o'clock,' the house of Mr. James '.."Welch, of Jefferson," in that county, was ' 'consumed by fire, and two of his sons, nged ' 8 and 18 were burned to death. The pa - - rente were half a mile distant taking care . Of the sick child of a neighbor. The ,unfor-ts'-. tunate' parents are nearly crazy. ?'C Xook .O01 fob Hi! Tha Xenia Torch ., light, says the State Journal, cautions the ' ' public to beware of one "Dr. A, A. Kent" a ;1; Professor of Spirit Rappings. Kent was conducted out of Xenia by a Vigilance Com-, rniltee, haying been detected in a bare-faced '. .v-t . attempt to swindle 0 poor widow woman out of her patrimony. He delivered a number r Njf messages to her from her deceased hus :': band, the purport of which was, that she was! in 'danger pf assassination at Xenia, and , therefore she was to sell of all her propterty, deliver the proceeds ever to the Professor .irw and accompany him to parteunknown. ';Abrest of Ota. .0. Hiirroii. The t . Plain Dealer of last Evening gives a letter i T from California correspondent, giving an r"1-: Account of the arrest of the famous Gen. Zl1' Ilintori, the mail robber. . - The Gen. was arrested on the 25th ult., l .r t Los Angelps, Where'hehad been residing ' Tor a short time, under the assumed name , ., -of Samuel G. Gordon. He was brought up for examination and committed to the cus X ;X 'tody of the Sheriff of the county for three months, to await a warrant from . this Dis. i trict to bring him back to this Btate for tri- . .' 111 . '.J-... J J J' Bishop Doame's Teial. The protest of the New Jersey Diocesan Convention, sub milted to the Cuurt of Bishops, at Camden, on Wednesday, embodying in substance the defence of Bishop Doane, or rather a pro-' test against his renewed Presentment, is j quite an emphatic and pointed document. It would mike about three columns of the Gatelte, and would be altogether too lengthy for our limited space.' After repoating the resolutions adopted by the Convention of the Diocese, the committee says: :,. . "In the first place,' in close agreement with the substance of the resolutions . we have read, and In accordance with the uni versal sentiment throughout the Diocese, and we may say throughout the better por tion of the Church of God, in every Isnd, where the news of this strange proceeding may have gone, and in the name, worthy of honor and respect, and entitled to authori ty; in the name of one of the oldest, most prosperous. nd most harmonious of all the Dioceses prottxt against your further ac tion, touching these charges which have been before you once, and which your ac tion, and the action of the Diocese have set at rest. And we make this protest in regard to everything in this presentment which, in your wisdom, you decide to be identical in substance with tho matter which have been in hand." . The committee profess to be unable to find any essential point in which the former presentments and the present One differ, and says: "Unless, then, there be something in t his new presentment which was not embodied in the old, we insist that the case i ended." TJhstjccessful Attemit to Capture a Pooitivb Slave. On Saturday last, Mar fchal Winkoop, of Philadelphia, accompani ed by four assistants, in rule a descent on the dining room of the Phmnix Hotel, at Wilkesbarre, Pa., and arrested one of the colored men employed there, by the name of Bitt, on the charge of being a fugitive slave from tho South- The Marshal succeeded cettinir the handcuffs on one of Bitt's wrirfts, but before he could secure the other, Bitt fri ed himself by a sudden eftort, seized up a carving knife from the tablo, made a tanire with it at the nearest assistant, useu the loose hdndcuffdver the heads of one or two of the others, and dashed ' out into the street. Marshal Winkoop and his men fol lowed him, giving threo or four shots with out effect. Bitt plunged into Itie susque hfenna. but bcinr unable to swim, waded out nearly up to his neCk, where he remain ed on hour, at the end of which time, it is said, the officers disappeared, nnd Bitt came ashore, and made tracks probably lor tana. da. One occountsays he was fired at while in the water, and so badly wounded that the officers became frightened and left him. The conduct of the officers is severely cen sured by the citizens of Wilkesbarre, as it is alleged they, being five in number, could easily have captured the fugitive without us ing fire-arms. A Lono Sebteice. The longest sen-' tence we hive ever (net in our reading (says the Boston Transcript) occurs in Mr. Cboate's euology on Mr. Webiter. From the 41st to the middle of the 45th rage of the pamphlet edition.thore is not a full stop. The pasaege, or single sentence contains about three hundred words, and occupies four pages and a nair. - - The Caiada Railkoai. There wis an experimental trip cut from Windsor, oppo site Detroit, 00 theSdinst. . The road will bo ready tor use Irom Niagara to Detroit on the 1st of January, and will be nearly an air line. It is 280 miles in length, and thero are sections of twenty . and thirty miles without a curve. Toetday Errulnz, fcrpt. is, HtSS. . The Comet. The appearance of the Comet which has been seen in our North western horizon, has revived speculations sud theories respecting the nature of these j jl ,e TELEGRAPHIC ISTLLIGOC2. Vermont Elcrtloa. Bvilijctor, Tbursdir, Sept. 8 Id 97 towns, embracing the most populous ones, the vole f jt Governor stand-fur Fairbanks, Politics abd Tempebanck ib Georgia. Charles J. Jenkins, the Union party candi date, md Herschel V. Johnson, the demo cratic candidate for Governor of Georgia, have issued a joint card "to the public," in which they decline to express any line af executive policy in connection with the temperance question. The Topographical Bureau's Surveys of thb Great Lakes. This creat work is going on rapidly and most successfully un der the direction of Captain John Macomb, assisted by Captain Scammon and Lieuten ants iteynolds, Mendell and Rosn. They are at present encased upon the Straits of Mackinac. - The Cbabces AoaisstBiuop Doahe. Tbe following are the chargaa against Bish op Doane, of New Jersey, wtioae trial is bow pending: . I. lit contracting numerous and large w 1 1 r 1 11 in r 11 ni,:i r 1. ilium. n l- n - . bodies. Amun other tli niM. L Pj.r'. ; nf-..,k in , .4 nnnji. .,..:' ' 'L'1' description of the probable effects ofa cot- !erty being not above $131) .000. lU.ioD belweeu the Earth id a Comet, U I 3- ,n ""truly stating that be gave op , ,. , , n . 'his property to meet a lbt not personally published as fol low... to himsslf, but growin out of hi j ventur. "The axis and rotary motion being than- for education in St. Mary's Halt and Bur ged, the seas abandon their former position, 'ljn"ton College. and rush to the new ' equator; a great part I 3. , defrauding Michael Haves, of Bur- 01 ins raeu unu . -.-ncu hi vni ; 1D,,lol, by misapplying notes endorsed by The Improvement of the Rock River RupiJs (of the Upper Mississippi) has been com menced under the general superintendence f Col. Long, who is U. S. military officer in charge of all such work ' on government account in that region. . Mr Floyd, a com petent civil engineer, is in immediate charge of this work. OJrWueu Sigourney, a notorious wog at Boston, was expiring, a servant entered and informed the attending physician that a man had fallen down the well. The dying man overheard the servant, and inquired, with scarcely and audible whisper, "I say, doctor, did he kick 'the bucket?" . universal deluge, or destroyed by the violent shock impresited.op the terrestrial globe; en tire species annihilated, and all the monu ments of human industry swept sway! Such aru the disasters which might be expected to ensue from the shock of a comet. We see, therefore, why the ocean has formerly covered the high mountain, on which it has left-indubitable marks of its presence; how the plants and animals of the South miy have exixted in the climates of the North, where their remains and impreaaion p. pear; and lastly, ny an event 01 tins Kind, we may explain tbe novelty of tho moral world, the regular, process of which cannot be traced beyond three thounand years. The human species, reduced to a very small number of indivihuals, and to the most de plorable state, entirely ocupied for a long series of lime in the care oflhvirown pres ervation, must have totally lent tlio remem brance of the sciences and arts; and when the progress of civilization gitve efficacy to the wants of less pressure, it became neces sary to repeat again the various gradations of invention, as if men'tiad been for the first time placed upon the earth. But, homever adequate the cause may be to these phe nomena, for which it is assigned by some philosophers, wo may be perfectly at our ease, with regard to so terrible an event happening during the short interval of indi vidual human life." him. 4. A similar charge of defrauding Joseph Deacon. orsinara, r rem 0011, s,so Tbe remain ing towns wilt atot materially vary this ra- 1 ne Anti-Bisma la w lues appear Urge num- to have voted fwf Robinson in bent. The Legislature, on which depends tbe choice of Governor, is very close. In 96 towns tlirre sre 4J Whigs, 37 Democrats, sml 10 FreeSoilere elected. In II towns will be very nearly balanced, ilb a few chances (or a Whig majority, but the rnn is l,l,, ,.., , k. ....I.J 5, fl, 7, 8. 9, 10 and 11. charges him with ; b d j. u j, lhe UgM.lUr comes to having obtained the names of Joseph Dea-' JtJf r con and others to endorse his notes, by false j ,. toMMe th.t the Frea Hail,. Tall Cobb. It is stated that there is now standing in the garden of fcpapliras Porter, of Norwich, Ct, corn which measures seventeen feet and fix inches in height. The ears are ten feet from the ground, at the point where they start from the stalk. A SomsaMbulist Drowned. Miss Mary Ann Dyer, aged 18 was drowned at Cross wicks, New Jersey, on Monday night. She is supposed to have been in a fit of somnambulism. The Odd Fellows' Ball. Tho Grand Reception Ball, in honor of the Grand Lodge of the U. States, at present in session in Philadelphia, took place in that city on Tuesday night in both saloons of the Mu seum. A. large and brilliant company was present, numbering between ten and twelve hundred persons. At about U o'clock the representatives ofthe Grand Lodge ofthe United States were ushered into the upper saloon, attired in their beautiful regalia many of them wearing gold and silver med als. The bund performed a national air during the march of the guests and compa. ny around tho room. The ball was a mag. nificent affair, and the festivities were kept up to a lato hour. Among the guests was Mr. Wildey, of Baltimore, the originator of the order in the United States. Affairs ik Lieeria. In May last, Mr. J. J. Roberts was re-elected President of the Republic of Liberia, over Chief Justice Benedict. At the same time, Stephen A. Benson was elected Vice President. At the end ofthe present term, President Rob erts will have served eight years as Presi dent, and six years as Governor of Liberia in all fourteen years. It was, it is said, with creat reluctance he consented to be a candi dote at the late eleclien. Ho has appointed John N. Lewis Secretary of btate; On the 2d of June, 2 1 emigrants landed at Monrovia, from the ship Banshee, from Bal timore. The emigrants by the Linda Stew. art and Joseph Maxwell were doing well, and malting rapid improvements on the bt Paul's river. fJTThe Rothschilds ore to have a great meeting next month, at Arx. Every mem ber of the family, male and female, will as semble on this occasion that is, from Lou den, Paris and Frankfort. ftrThemind and qualities ofa person are judged by the world in general through the medium ofthe clothes 00 his back,- or the gold in his pocket. ftirTho caterpillar is said to being doing great damage among the cotton fields near Beaufort, S. C. ftl7A marriage solemnized in South Car olina is indissoluble by any foreign or do mestic tribunal. No divorce has ever been granted by the Legislature of that State. ftrrA man out in Champaigne Co., in forms the readers of the Oajefelhat 'n Hip podrome is nothing but an "unaodW big circus." ic.. r: ! PtrnwivNoMfiiATioBi. The Whigs of vTiokaway have put In ' nomination the fol- ' 'Jowing ticket: . .'Jfcpreenfafu Joseph Shoemaker. : Auditor John Porter. '.. ' 'Protecuting Attorney P. C. Smith, k ' Comminioner G.. W. Gorley. ,io The Herald says, "the ticket could hardly "', l Thave been composed of better men honest, . (faithful 'and capable eminently qualified .... i tferr the places for which they, are nominal. - 'ed." ' We hope and expect to see theme ";-J8ected:::.:r . ., " ' :v ' "'i't r(tyji, prisoner escaped from the State -- Mouse yard Friday afternoon, He had ; ntrlvd to iret an extra ehlrt at the pris- C'.r-on, it is supposed. He went into the privy, 4n the yard, and threw off his striped pants, i"jini nnlv hia drawors on. : He then went adioinir the North Engine House, iclimed oveT tho rdof on the east side and C, . ,". Iet himself down into the street. ; A guard i i.r. ;tn' th north-west corner saw him bo over, f'v- ,.nA notified one of the watchmen, who im- '".mediately made pursuit.' rHe came up with . -h ffAntleman near the rear of our ottice '' '.eelzedhim by thehair ol his headland led ' " " " Jhim back to the yard with the promise to I, ,riv him his vai) when he edt to the nrison Ve have no doubt he took ft showering., -9. S. Jour. v ..; ' . The Brakch Mint at New Orleabs. The operations of tlio Branch Mint at New Orleans shows a further material falling off, the total deposits of gold and silver, for the year ending July 31,1853, boing $4,485,806, acrainst $6,103,650 last year, and jja,io,yaj the vear before. Of tho gold, there was from California $2,384,377, against $5,. 821,695 from the Bame source last year, and $8,152,878 the year before. The coinage in the same period has been 531,500 pieces of cold, value 2,515,000, and 2,302,000 pieces of silver, valuo $342,000. Total pieces 2,833,500; total value $2,857,000. Of the silver coinaeo 1 ,836,000 piecee (val ue $290,0'(0) were of the "New Emission,' viz: 80.000 half dollars, 680,000 quarter dol lars, 930,000 dimes, and 240,000 halt dunes. The Rotal Marriage ib Belgium. The Brussels letter writers are in exlacles with the preparations made for the marriage of the King's son, the JJuKe ue uraoant, wnn the Archduchess Maria of Austria. The Duke is 18, The bride is described .as a young lady of medium stature, of moderate embonpoint, and with very pleasing ex pression of countenance.' This alliance with the daughter of the chief Catholic pow er in Germany is very acceptable to the clergy, who are so influential in Belgium. The King is too well aware of the power the clergy wielded against the House of (Jrarige not to conciliate theiri; but he is careful to give no encouragement to the Ultramontane doctrines that wobld set t!ie 'church above the'Statb. . . MdtttAifTY among PoultrV. There has hpnn a irrcat mortality Imonir the ducks and chickens of the residents of Wilmington, Delaware, says the "Blue Hen's Chicken." Whole flocks have been swept ott oy some unknown disease. ' Grown fowls would be apparently well and hearty, when a tremor would seize mem, ana in iew muuicuu mcy would fall dead. Ducks, in eome Instances, took the gapes similar to chickens, aud died soon after being-taken. Missouri Irob Mountain. It is stated that in makins the estimate of the amount nf iron contained in the iron mountain in Missouri, enough has been found above its base to make 105,000,000 tons. . Now, if fj.000.000 onlv be converted into railroad iron.it would make 500.000 miles of road, and eend off the remainder, at the rate of 1,009 per day, would employ a railroad over 300 years to remove it,- , ,-'.. . , I ., ,1,1 1 1 , 1 I , 1 '- : Colored Odd Fellows' Convention. A convention ofthe Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, composed of delegates all but one of whom are colored from lodges in Newark, N. J., Wilmington, Alexandria, Washington, Philadelphia and other East ern places; is being held in Newark, N. J, This order is connected with one which pre vails in England. r . ; - 'bt A special session of tbe Maine Legis lature is. called for September 30. , ' Cincinnati, Wilmlnaton nnd Zancsville Kailroful, open to Wilmington Oim Daily Tmin, (SunJays exceptod ) On nd aftor Monday An?ust luth, until further notice, Tnini wUl run as lolmivfr: .... Lnavn Cincinnati from tbe depot of the Little an- ..r.i p,ilrn..4 .1 .1 P. M.. f.ir Morrow ClarWille.Mi- go & Wilmington, arrivini; at Wil nineton at 8 15 P. M. nciiirning leave iiniiMgioii hoa. ji.(.uii.u(, in Cincinnati at 9 15 A. M , connoctini; at Morrow with the Kxprnsa Train on tho Little iliami Uoau lor the North and fast. Farofioin Cincinnaiito Wilmmglon sijbu For other Information and t ckeU, apply at Ticket Olfioo, i ornor of Broadway and Front utrocts, and at the Liltlo Miami Oopot, or of Wm Milni-r, Station ..... . ' ... urn . ni Agent, YiumingioD. . nuuiinam'i Knginocr and Suporintfmdent. O-The Omnibus Line will call for and deliver paa. aenifiM to and from the trainn in any part ofthe city. . .. . II. B. HUGGLfcS, Conductor. IT'Tho Company wil not be roaponaiblo for bag a.an vfnn,lini7 ftstl in value. linlGHi the siine be ru tui ni.il to the Conductor or Aeont. and freight paid at the rate ot a passage lor ovory 500 in value above mat amount. August oi, iooj w "FUIIMTUKE WAKE 110O.1IS, D. K. FISUEIi. I aving returned to the city and circled a large buililinitin tlio rear of tho brick house, on the corner of Broad and Choanut streets, one square south of the Market House, intends manufacturing bron a large scale all the various articles of CAfciNET I UUNITUKE, Ttendstcnds nnd Chairs, Wlic'h lie will keep always on hand, together with a largo assortment of Cincinnati manufacture. His'ong experience in the i...a.nnBa will nnnhln him to have inanufacttiredat iinme and imported from ahroad the very best of work, and as ho iutends to employ none but the most skillful wovkmon and use the Dent materials, he flat ters himself that he will give general satislaction to all who may favor him with ;their custom. The public are invited to call and examine the assortment- The entrance to the rooms is upon Broad street. D. K. FlSUEL. Lancaster, May 20th, 1853. N. B. Repairing done on the shortest notion, and in the neatest and most workmanlike manner. Cliargos reasonable. ' I Business Notice. 1 have this day disposed ofthe Gazette establish- raort to Thomas S Slaughter, Esq. Allthoaein dobtod to me for Subscription, Advertising or Job Work, arerespectlully solicited to settle without de ar. Until the first of August next J subscription ac counts -.an be paid at the rate of two dollars per year. After that time, I will be compelled to conoct at a heavy exponas and shall necessarily be under the necessity of charging tbe highest terms. 1 give am ple time, however, for a settlement, nd would much prefer that those Indebted would pay their accounts under mo nrsi oner. ., w. . ... Mav5, 1853. . N. In my absence, accounts can oa settled at ho office. . ' . The Mas who has Slept tor Five Years. We mentioned some time since the case of a man at Rochester, N. Y., named Cornelius Yrootnnn, who had been a sleep for five years. Ho is 37 years of age, and worked as a days laborer until seized j with this remarkable catalepsy. A corres pondent of tbe Philadelphia Inquirer, who saw him a few days ago, says: His appearance now is that of a man in a profound sleep. His pulse varies from 50 to 00, is weuk and tremulous. His muscles are very rigid, his body ennnot be altered much from the position it Is in on account of the rigidity of his muscles. His eyelids generally are twitching; touch thctn, and thev are closed at once. His mouth is partly opened attempt to opon it farther, and hi jaws are locked. Stand him up, and his body, preserving very nearly llie same position whon ho lies, stands till he is lain down again. Ho is fed principally on milk by prying -open his mouth. The bowles are notoftener moved than once a week. His cataleptic but the symptons are not those of catalepsy exactly, yel-it 'is nearer that than anything except perhaps the "ex tacv" of the books ulceo has continued now these five years and more, with an ag gregate intermission of about three days. The last time he was awake was while he was being exhibited to tiie faculty of Roch ester, some time in June I believe. These waking seasons seldom last mere than 20 minutes during which time ho seems not to'rccogite that there is anything pecul iar in his case. Medicine 'and medical men exhausted their resources to restore him. Ho is now in the charge of the farmer with whom he formerly worked, and a Dr. Cane, who ffre exhibiting him' to the to the facul ty, and who intended exhibiting him here after to the public. Tub Next Westers Hjo Crop. We glean tho following from tho correspon dence of tho Cincinnati Price Current: In Higginaport, Ohio, iht present stoct of hogs is one-fourth' over that of last year. About Beardstown, Illinois, the hogs are fewer than last year, but of better quality. Feeders say pork will range from 3 to$3, 50 per cwt. There will be a large crop in Racine, Wisconsin. Fifty per cent, will be added to last year's product for Knox co., Illinois, and nearly that for adjoining coun ties; 3 and 4 cents for pork is spoken of next fall. Around Economy .Indiana, there are about one-fifth . more hogs than last season but not in as good order. There are more hogs in the vicinity of Gratis, Pre ble county, Ohio, than last season, the quality not quite so good. In Boyl and the adjacent counties of Kentucky, the number fattened will be larger. Six or eight coun ties about Lagrange will raise a third more, and the hosrs will be large and well fatten ed. The State of Wisconsin is full of them, nnd pork will bring $4. Hogs about Grays villo, III., will exceed the crop of last season tine-fourth nr one-third; 6,500 will be pack ed there next season, ond will be S or 10 per cent heavier. In Waverly, Ohio, hogs number vbout the same, but are held 20 per cent less'in weight. The crop about Dub uque, Iowa, is -25 per cent larger than last year's. Rockport, III., will turn off one fourth more, or-800 to 1,000 more. representation, and offering notes without having property to meet thero. 13. In jeopardizing the property of his ward, George D. Winslow,by appropriating the same to bis use. 13. In defrauding the Camden Bank in the sum of 9100, by in'ucing the caahier not to protest a note, promising to aend the money. 14. In drawing checks upon Burlington and other banks, not having mincy therein to meet said checks. 15. In using undue solicitation to induce Sarah C. Robardet to loan him 63,000. 10. Obtaing books from Herman Hoop er for a Parish library, and misapplying tbe money collected for that purpose. 17, 1(3. In incurring be&vy liabilities while insolvent ceveral cases particular ized. 19. In signing the name of Horace Din ney as a subscriber for a church, for 81,000, without consent of said parly. 20. In procuring from Mrs. Lippincott a security held by ber, under promise of re turning the same, which he failed to do. 21. Charging Bishop Doane with "pro curing one Michael Hayes to endorse notes tj tho amount of more than a thousand dol lars, for the accommodation of himself, in order that the said notes might be discount ed, for which endorsements he paid, or en ai'ed to pay, said Michael Haves at an ex orbitant rate, to wit: often at twenty per cent, ner annum, in the several sums for which said note were drawn, thereby vio latin the laws of New Jersey, when said endorsements were made, becoming guilty .. i. l r : I II .' rill hold lhe balance of power in joint eon-! vention of the two Houses, la which ease it is understood that the Democrat are to have the Governor, and the Free Soiler the U. 8. Senator. The State Senate ia quite uncertain, but the Whig claim a majority. We have no return for County Officers. ECoeDDIsriTCH. Bostox, Thursday, Sept. 8. Returns re ceived t the At'"t ofSce, fro'n 104 towns in Vermont, give Fairbanks, Whig, 11,110; Robinson, Democrat, 12,330; Brainard.Free Soil, 4,940. The Senate iJ probably Whig. To the Home we hear of the election of Ct Whigs, 59 Democrat and 15 Free Soil er. Fren PbilaaVclpUia. Philadelphia, Sept. 10. The Jiew York train doe bere last night was thrown off the track near Beverly. The breakman was instantly killed, and the engineer some what bruised. No passengers injured. Ac cident caused by piece of rail being placed near one of the sleepers. From Cincinnati. CixctstSATi, Sep. 10. A Watchman and Hackman were arrested to-day, on a charge of kidnappinz threemulatto women. Hopes are entertained that Mr. Hall.wbo was shot by Mr. Ames, Will recover. ,ctoTUJ?ica ci.othim;i 910,000 Wertfc af Iprlnf, lamnr 71 .detain:. Had FnraUhiBg 'ieoaN w eat nana Ay rata i awroaiotf : Checkered Ftore. ' " Wr an h prtrttt te clotlia ltiWf aptVit owr tounlrf. Th farm, Maacnaaic and day laborar, axx forgetting tka prot'esaioa the Law yer, Doctor and Prschr; also, th (llii ( Luiraro. Th jVrtlat aad eowB to tbe lasat 'an initio mqiiiit, ran b arrommd! wall avrry thine ia tb tnrauhiiw Una. hue tm-r t. VY caawut poibty umnti.jii, la snU aJ.vfUct!ftt the many article ia our Itn. Bat rartataly a is ta ilam satlui history of old Fairfitld co'y.lhl aofli ing ia thacluthuig lino has imMt atfvrod la (hi ky that ca baar tha noatdUUat coratmrtaoa la tha quantity aad quality of th piUaof clothing w Bow lay bafora you, tor yaur lnapactloa. K.vory articla ia our bo as traxraatod. Youth's and Boy' clnthtu oahaad. COUtXUAM M. May 13. 1863. . Fiirming Imp.rmeiila. IJURUER8 will Bad at lb O'ft Ilantvmrl Ktort avery daserititina ad Ib bant quality of Faraf log Implements. W hav aow a baai. 23 Uoz. laal Fui noon From Boston. Bosto.i, Sep. 10. Three vessels have r, M . mmjL UmmmH', Ktaal HhOVStl IS " hnyder aaad Snwlaad's loagkaadla de 5 ' &nta Cultivator Taath W " WaU!roo,,Drling'sUmb'nraafcytnM ) k da - do do Cora , da 8 Crittia's aad Waldroo' Briar do ft " Wollord's tid Yaaka Ura Ji Cradlos KJ " Kcytha Koalba f - Caat-str! Hay and Straw t'ark ltM M Bt ilay fUkea SOU " Bcythn Kirt. Crusaeroak and XadUa Hnnd Stnna. All nf which w hare otirrhawd direct frons tba manutartorer forcaab and ill sail a lew, if aot lornn tbaa last years price. r.r f IMir.K,. Willi k Mlia. Uacaster. May 4. 1 hoi W OH4NOC9 a Nil i.i:noniM. Few Boxes lut rarivd at tha city thy Drag tT store. KUWARU L. oLOCX'M. lancaT Juaa 3f FARM FOlt HA I.E. THERE will he off-red at public ol,M Saturday, th 1 1 day nf October. 183, at tha door of tha court-house, ia th city of fjart, between 10 o' clock, A. M. and 4 o'clock, P. M. that s'ma Fa am and tract of bad, lately owned by Gaorg Kline, lata of Fairfield county, deceased. TSU firm ia situate two nilfts Korth of Lancaster. I conposml of !), rei. more or loeabeiiujan entire quarter ) lla. oa it good spring and runnint; water, a line Orchard, two dwel ine; houso and a bara. and Dior than 100 aer of it Improved and under culti vation the residua good timber laad. Posaessioa will be given tha "t of April aaxt. except aa to tha growing crop. Tha title is good beyond s question. Term one-third in hand on Ihedey of sale, residua in two equal uevmeots at one and two yeara, with uv tereal lrum tha'tioM possewioa aha I be giva. JOHN BARR. Kxteutor Of Ik Etlatr nf Otrrrtr Klin, tUrtati. Anguat31. Bv JOHX D MAHT1N, Attorney. jytag-e and Tegraph insert until day of sale. orusury himself, and inducing said Haye to J arrived from the filing grounds; all wa .Co-rtofCommoPI, incur po.ial iruilt all which was immoral, j quiet. The Captaiu's report that they had . v . N-, Too,' Miow.) Dari. Dv onff and Mar lelone hi wild, ot raimcia ty, Ohio. X bth day of April, A. n. 13, th said Booeti r.. oual cm and unbecomin'r a Bishop. 2G. In endeavoring to intimidate Joseph Deacon from taking proceedings against him, by doubling his fist, and using the words, "I'll kill you, I'll kill you." 28. Charges him with making an affida vit, purporting to give a full and true list of creditors, whereas the said affidavit did not contain a full and perfect liat this being guilty of a sinful disregard ofthe solemni ties of an oalli.aod either deliberately swear ing to what he knew to be untrue, or of rashly, hastily and unadvisedly swearing to what he did nut know to be true. 31. In being repeatedly guilty of using spirituous and intoxicating liquors, to a de cree unbecoming a Bishop; being intoxicat ed on board the steamboat Trenton, in No. vember, 1854 not been boarded by any of tbe British fleet, nor had lliey seen them. Cushius and Pillow Mill Cireedy for Conquest. Wasiusgtoii. Sept. 12. At the dinner on SaturdayevfningtoHon.il. B. Stanton, Attorney General Ccshisg spoke, in which be declared the United States should never T 1 1 ancv looie tmaow,; in telon? hi wife, of Fa county, Ohio, and Joaephfoolo, of Hocking aona- , Ohm. , -' HKsaU Defendants will take notice that oa lha Toole filed a Petition in the court of common flea of Fairfield county. Ohio, wher th earn is now prnd -ig, demanding parmion m ma eiuowM., P... mise. situate in aaid conntv.aud known by being the Vet half ol the Southwest Quarter of SeeOoa o. 14. in Towmhip No. 13. of Range No. 19. have made peace with Mexico without in- A.o-The followia oW nbed u. uuata s.ia si.ti.ig on the annexation of the State of tSoTr Sonora and Chihuahua as well as New Mex- 1 c. i3 hi Range No 19. bey inning at a atmsa on th ico. Mr. Nicholson, of the Union, denoun- j half ectioalin 41 perches!! links Kastof tha South ced Austria in,.heCo... affair nnd Gen. KM.1. low was decidedly in favor of the annexation !f action tine; thence Not th 60 degrees West in of Cuba. None of tbe Cabinet were present t chains 76 link to post: thence South 4 degreee except Mr Cushion I West 6 links ta a post; thenca North 50 degrees I The letter of John A. Dix to Mr. Garvin. ;Wrt?J& tnU 'oTh. . . . it., i ... . o t ... i I . . . . .f A rhnrire of lidVino been i'l puunaneu in me Augusta voinuiuuunr nlace of tx-nnning, being same iraci ou ist. He comes square up to the Baltimore : Carding tactory isereeiea na comaimng Pl.tf.rm.Fugiiive Shve Law snd .11. 'STrZ TXw" Kowln tlitsroru State IiT&2g foco CeuVCnliOU. ! fifth, to aaid Nancy Toole dower in the whol. STBACC.E. Sep.. 13.-Pursu.nl to c!I, : A, tha T: the l.ocufoCO State Convention met at Brit- 1 J, pertitioi any beendaate., of said pr-niiae. f. .u- r . r n.... f-T.nvv.xci. rdauzhter ol nan a nan, it uuuuc. i t. u. . , --- u v.o ....i,..., j - .iSj:i:' ..l.i.".. i, .i..tt: . i Animit 18. 1853 J.-ihn li. and .Marv ftiartin.i wuo reteu'iv uiou mi i a i oau pabi 1 1, uic u u:uu mcu u.u k" ; o ' drunk in Bordentown borough, in 1847, con taiiied in the foregoing presentment, is not repeated. 32. or paying usurious .interest lor me use of money. A TRIBUTE bl5 TEETH! TEETHIt TEETHItt DTtS.CItlDEU as WILLIAMS DENTISTS.-Or-noa oppoaite the Tallmadga House, st the old .,.A . Thno hivimr ilnca vfd teeth, as wnll as thosa uho have o tooth, are invited to call, with the as surance that they can fill carious teeth so as to save . .ml nnJ.f thnm uselul diirinit life. Artificial teeth inserted, from one to a full set, on gold plates. and warranted to answer ino purpose oi mo nmiur.i .r. in tha most aatisfactor v manner. Being per manently located in Lancaster those having work . . (. . , . I L.I. 1 11 . ... .,.. . done will not- inciirinsriw mcwwiuu uw.ini.wj. merit of transient Dentist. They do not feci dispos ed to fill teeth partly with tin toil, and then finish the nine bv InsHrtini? alavoT of gold on top, and then Jh.r.,1. the nrirnnf a cold dIu2. like some profession al men of great note and pretensions have boon doing. June '10. aoau oora. , , . STANixinTA VAN Tiiuiap, . Altrnriabawi : HAVK Removed their Olficeto the room formerly occupiedbV Wm.J. Reese, Esq., Immediately oppo sitetneresidenceof DanielSitl'ord.iisq.- . Lancaster, Marcn ia, looo. v SlelKs PWk nnd Blnllorksn EFFINGER, WHITE fc LATTA of the sign of the Pad Lock and-MUi Saw, otTur for aale . I-. o. IJ 1 . K JA m.nl..milh.B An 5 do. Hand Mammers; oo. Mono ricaa; 5 do. Cast Steel Mattocks; H do. Crow Bar. . Lancaster, May 4, 1H53. " NEW IMntOVEMENT IN INSERTING! - ARTIFICIAL TEETH. DRS. Crider St Williams have made an improve ment in the art of inserting artificial teeth on ma ts lie platos. Th improvement consist in sodder- ing teeth on plates. to.P"" tne,Inf ,romJ": hictinii and springing while in the act of aoldering and codling, which will avoid au aiipouities u trading lists sotnv'atlably meet with in constructing fuU sets of tooth. A patent will be secured in a snore ra. then poclmn eso oa seen ai ou buivv, . LsncaiWr, iuo 16, '. .,".. fi i t: :.J ' ':.' 1 '. -. TiiE Ch-AhdE or t't.AGtAiiisM Agaikst the Habpebs. The New York Times, whose responsible editor is also the editor of Har per's Magazine, explains the plagiarism in the September number thus The article in question was copied from Eliza Cook's Journal, a London Weekly publication, in which it appeared without any intimation: of its having ever appeared in any American periodical, or of its being the legal property of anybody in America. The editor of Harper's Magazine, who gave it into the printers' hands, nanpeneu to De in Europe when -tho June , number of Put nam's Monthly Was isstied; and to this cir- ... . . ..i" . i r.. e : . cumstance hia iffnorance oi ine iaui oi us havintr anDtared In that work, was due. Of course, from this statement, every person will see at once that tho appropriation ol the article Was nn accident involving no blame on the part ofthe Harpers, inasmuch as there was no intent to use Mr. Putnam's property, or trench upon hia rights in the slightest degree. Important Legal Decision. An impor tant mercantile principle has been settled by the Supremo Court of Alabama, to the effect that injunctions in chancery lore- strain the collection oi- negonaoie paper cannot prejudico the innocent holder of such paper, when purchased before matu rity, in the regular course of. business. The l ease was tried before the Circuit Court at Mobile. : Tho counsel for the holder otiue pacer contended that while it may bo ad mitted as a general rule that the depend ency of a suit withdraws the subject-matter and prevents its sale or transfer except subject to the operation of tho decree to bo mndnred iii the case: yet that the safety r immnmiiit transactions requires that negotiable paper should bo excluded from its operation. On the other side it was unniffunVrf that the rulo is of universal ap plication. There was a Judgment for the plaintiffbelow, and tho bupreme uoun ai flrmed this judgment. ' . - -: A Valuable Cargo. The; clipper ship Syren, (of Salem) Silsboe,' arrived at New Bedford, Masi., on Monday, from Honolulu, with 25,8 18 gallons of aperm oil, 198.524 do whale oil and. 11,545 lba. bone, Valued at 8l$0,OOJ., - ; -, , '0 r ' ,f i- tliis plico, aged thrue years. oo" Br R. E. H. Levebisg. I. Ono vacant seat beside our hearth, A light gone out in gloom: One "train departed from its mirth A voice as silent as ita toaafc! Ono sbsent from mr liitl band. No more in b'easinjj blfSt Grim Uesth hath taVn It by the hand. And gently Liid it "lowuto reat. III. One smile from smiles that ehaer'd ourakie, One tlow'ret irom our garden gone An A.NCiEL saw DKATll close lUeyea, And wak'd U for a brihter morn! IV. On chair the less beside ou r board. On angol more to Olory given One blossin; grsntod by the Lord Memov'd to swell the bliss of Heaven! V. Ono absent cherub from our sight Who solten'd grief and heighten'd love: One present seraph through earth' uigtit To whisper ustojivi above! VI. Dear Ilosr, 'round thy earlv grave We sigh and weep, and only there There JESUS wept, but wept toaava From Death and Death's corroding car! Vfl. "Sweet emblems of thy hsppier lot We plant b"sid thy halluw'd tomb. To 'mind us of the sorrows wrought. And cheer us kronen that sorrow' gloom! VIII. " The Wn low spesk of Nsture's tear Wn vainly shed befott": The Evkhukeeh to gild these cares With thoughts of iii'lorovennore! IX. Fakbwkli.! but not aad Farewku.! A moment hides thee from our view We hear thee singing o'er Lifu' va'e: We come to sing that song with you! Lancaster, Ohio. session of me l-ity Hali.ouioo receipt oi a iJonjl uSMStwi Isaac RutToer.l handbill signed by tbe officer ofthe State) m. i Committe. xallinir 'he convention at Brit- j David Tusinj Hsrbarahi wife.) ! nail's Hall, .they adjourned there ' J-JT g-?- A great ecene of confusion took place on , u.oh Hurt'oer. John Henthonre I the arrsva'l of the Union delegates. I Mary his wife. Holes fc Kmily J Gn motion .cheer, were given -litSi ,'t) a lit mure a iaiiuani,inc r uyiuc oe , the National and State Administration, the President's Inaugural, it., and without choosing a temporary Chairman, the Con vention took aTecess until 4 P. M. Ia Part it too. Fairfield Coaunoa. flea.. nv der'd f pHE defeadant ate hrehy notified -that the peti JL tloaors oa this day filed ia tha Cierk'aotKc of the court af Cernmoa Pleaa for the county aforesaid that certain petit ioa praying that partition be made of the following described premisea,aitusted in Fan-field county, to wif. a part ol aection no. wr.na.nisa described axfrillowa. Beginning atlh 8. W. corner of said sec, I hence N. 40 feur pole chains sad 6" links to a poat,thance N. 74 dree E 9 chains and oUJink to post, thenca N. GO degree V. 1 chains and 60 link to a past, thence E IS chains to a post, -thence 8. 4 chains and 50 links to a sycamore, fh-nce 2 3 chains and 25 links to a post, thence S. 0 chains and 60 links to a post, thence W. 68 chains and Nl links to th place of beginning, containing 247 TO-WO acres, in such manner that 8 equal undivided Bth part I thereof be et apart in severalty to the petit loners, i who hold by purchsse the interestof all of said detea- 1 J.. In ... 1 l.n.U mrsnl the aaid Wn. Criflt and ed at the presumed turcessof the Hunkers lhatone eqnal 9rh part thereof, be aot apart t aaid dt the Syracue Convention. He aaid to a minordnfandant Wm. Crist and that aaid peti ion r.:.i . .u ut. r.f ro.nnpr-' will come oa to be heard t the next Oc'ober term of frem AVshinutoii. WASnrsdToa, -Sept. 9. Col. Forney started for New York to-day, and will forth with commence, about the 1st of October, a "National Union Compromise Journal," to be called The Pret. The President feels a deep interest in thie enterprise, and enter tains a high opinion of the talents ond or thodoxy of Col. Forney. The -President expresses himself dengnt- NEW OODS, SUPERIOR is QUALITY & CURAT is PRICES WE are now in the receipt of our New Sprimf and Summer Stock of Goods, in oli tAcir aricty, in the DRY GOODS. QUEENS AND GLASSWARE. SHOE AND HARDWARE LINE. Ac. &c. Which we o8W to the public as the most interesting and cheapest stock of Oood brought to this msruet. to which we invite tho public attention, and which ire laill tell on the most rewtnmhU term, at the Old Store llooin.llrst doore Kst ofthe Swan Hotel. W HITE, Jr. & JULIAN. Lancaster, Apr'l 27, 1833. dSwmSl Fairfield County Agricultural Society. MIHE members and all other persons who foel an 1 interest in promotingthe welfare of the Fairfield rn.mii Agricultural Hociolv. are respectfully re quested to pay to the Treasurer of said Siciety, the foe for membership wittuut dulsy, in old-r thst the ollicers mi be enabled to make the necessary pre parations lor the Fair to be held in uctoocr nexu it is hoped that all will see the necessity of prompt ness. Tickets will be prepared to furnish member at time of payment, - . For convenience, payments will be rewired at the store of Mi-ssrs. Ruber, Kutz It Co. J. C. Weaver, Secy. JOHN REDLR, Prcaf. July 12, 1853. "The Hunkers may denounce and abuse me, but they cannot drive me from their and my principles." - 1 WrsutHcTOK, Sept. IS. The ramorso a rupture between Secretary Marcy and the jd'rfsident, are false. Mr. Marcy has the ' entire confidence of the President, and the I'Cabinet is a unit. The Cabint had a meet !'in, at which our foreign affairs were dis cussed, Capt. jngraham will be sustained. G. M- Dallas ia in town, and may get the mission lo China or Frnnce. Tne ru mor -that 'Jefferson Davis was to leave the Cabinet and run for the Senate is unfound ed. The Sentinel's appearance is deferred to the .19th inst. The freshet on the Peedce River, South Carolina, was very destructive. The river was within an inch of the great freshet of JS52, and is still rising. aid court. JO H N G A It AUHTl i Attorney lor petitioner. JunS7.tH63. tt-Sw Poisojiho. Thousands of parent who uae Ver mifuge composed of castor oil, calomel, etc., are not that while thev anoeaT to benefit the patient. they are actually laying the foundation for a ae ries ol aisaaae, loss oi view. wtrur w .h.u.c,. In another column will be found the advertisement of Hobensack' Mi-dicinea, to which we ask tbe atten tion of all directly interested in their own aa well aa their children's health. In liver comp'aint and all disorders arising from those of s bilious tvpe. should mike use of the only genuine medicine, Oobaauck' Uver Pill. jrBao iereieed," but ask Tor Hobeiisack' Worm Svrup and Liver Pid. snd observe that each baa tho signature of lhe proprietor, 1 N. Hobenaack, a none else are genuine. A'. Y Kzprtt. Pobtlabd, Me., Sep. 13. Returns receiv ed by telegraph and otherwise, render it cer tain that there is no choice of Governor by the people, and it is also nearly certain that no district party will have a majority in the Legislature, and that no great change from last year of the general result. There is an increased majority in the Legislature in favor ofthe Maine Liquor Law. Tbe vote is very light throughout the State. WANTED . TN District No, 7. Pleasant township, . Fairfield J. countv, llhio.a school teacher ho ia competent m teach ' all the hbher branches of an Engliah Edu cation. A rood teacher can find employment for tan months in a vear at a good salary. Information can be had by addressing the undersigned, at Lancaster Ohio. JO UNA. FETrKUS, DMrict clerk- SPLENDID PROPERTY FOH SALE. for Henrv Farnura of Philadelphia. XXwill sell tho property known as the Roese Man ion House situated on Main street, in the city o Lancastcir. This houso is one of the most bnsutilu and well fmiihed private residences in Central Ohio, and will bo sold at a bargain to the purchaser. The title is indisputable. P. VAN TRUMP. June 18o3. . " . (TTO. S. Jou.naicopy for5 insertions; chargo this otlice. . - ' : j tTeW BOOKS! At tha City Bookstore, opposite Sheeffcr'a Hotel, lianoester, Ohio. JUST RECEIVED Daring Deeds of American he roes.Nights in a Block house.tbe DiscardedDaugh ter, the Australian caotive and the Gold Region, Dick Wilson, Frost' Pictorial hiatory of California, Ex- ?'oring Expedition to California.ihoWideAS'ide World, 'rank Froeman'a Barber Shop, the Nile Boat, Advice n Ynutur Men. Historv of the Mexican War. Napo leon and his Mara .als.by J. C.Headley: Noble Deed ol Woman, Life of the Empress Josephine. April afi. - JOHN SEARLES. In Partition Fairfield common Pie. 1853 pi::;;:::a 1853 . . l'HOKln LAMPS. Now and desirable article recommended . economy, comfort and avoiding greaa on Car pe, &c. They only need being seen to indue any c -eto purchase them. Th public arainvited tocal .vl e them t the city Drug nrrr.r LancaMer.JunaSO. EDWARD t, SbOCCM. Partition Neticss. Nathaniel P.Teal and Aimed Teal hi wife, -vs. Hellen McCle.ry,(widow)Sm. nel Flilland Sarah Hilt.hls wife. Alfred Adama k Jane Adams his if. Cnliata McClearr & Joha Wa.loy Etnier. Miranda Ellen- lTtniA a imnli. V.lniM. The above named detendants ar hereby notinea hat tha petitioners on this day filed in the clerks of fice of tho court of common 1'leaa for Fairfield county, Ohio, their certain petition, praying therein that par tition be made ofthe following described premises, .;t,..wl u ..IA a-.irfialil cnuntv and known and dis tinguished as boing the North W'est quarter of sec tion No- M in township No. IB. of Range No 18. , con raining about 170 acres. The petitioner. i demand that partition be made or said premises as follow To etiUoners one undivided onetifth: To Sarah II 11, SelU one undivided one fifth: To Jane Adam, delf.. one undivided one fiflh: To Celista McCleary, deft.. one undivided one fifin: To John Wealey Etnier, Amelia Ja Etnier. Mir. a da Ellen Etnier, defendant, one fifth In common or one-fifteenth to each in everalty-and to laid Hellen McCleary, widow, deft. dowr in the whole and th aid deft, will take notice that aaid petition la now pending in aforeaaid court, and will come on to be heard at the next October terra thereof for the year 1863. when partioo will be demanded a at-reaid. J.D. a.C D.UABTIN, Atty. for Polltionwta. Aug. 16th. 1853. : . ni'nnY, iiuuiies a co., 0SW1BBIK AND C0S11SS10S UlEECnASTS, Ann DtaLisim Salt, Fish, Plaster, aad Water Lime, CLEVELAND. OHIO. LIBERAL Cash snd advances mad on consignment of property, for sale ia this or eastern market. Proprietor WcsUTrans.T.lne, OkioCaaal 40EITT FO NEW YORK AND ERIE RAILROAD. For freight or passage, applyio - J. H. MOORE. No. 1 Cort andt t, New York. Westan Transportation Company, Erie Canal, Via. Buffalo,New Vork and Oswego Une.via-Oswega, aoiirroa a an siw. . 8 O CHASE CO.. Alliuiy. New York. SAML'EI. MORGAN. JJiiflalo. New York. S. M. IWGEBT JfcCO . ewego. Kaw York. 3.H WILGLN. - 1 13 RroaJ it 74 Y A.Q.STIPBINS, J 113 Broad t , N. Y. I. R RL'KKK. 2 8tattBiitiu. Ms. B.FLANN"AGAN.64 South WhanrH. il'biL JAME- C. EVANS. Ship Canal. Buffalo. Griffith's Westcra Liae, . raoraicToa n isrrrs. Evaw GiFFiTH,No. 33 coentls!Iip(P "J1 Wns.S Towia. comer Rii ar 8tta at. Troy, N.T J. M GairriTK co.. Long Wharf and Ship canal, Buffalo. Refer to Merchants general';. April 86 NOTICE -ar c v l. iv. t Flenrv. Beerr Jama MrFsd- 1 den snd his wile Mary McFaddent tbe prog-aitore and owners ofthe several loU contained withan tha aeat and ad :ition to the town of Sugar groye. knowa aa Bcery'a addition to aaid towa.hav filed their pa titoninthe clerk's atSca nfth aourt of sommoa Pleas, of Fairfield countv, Ohio, praying tharacatioa ofthe plat and addition aforeaaid and that application will be made at the next term of aaid court for ach vacation. HUNTER fc F1NCK, Attvrnay for Petltioaar. August lOtth, 18B8. ' CITY pkopekty ron HALE. AKagent for dam Hotweholder, en, I will sell the Houae and Lot on East Msia street, known . . .... ti-u-. .jjt,:M. . tKa 1 it v nf a in iios .'o o, - - j , Lanoaster, now in the oecupanoy of Mr. Samuel Henlev. aad near tho residence, af Salnjoa bnaw. Esq. Terms favorable, and title d'ii'Me. July 7. 1853. P. VAN THUMP. D OOH Mat. Brooms, Sugar Bucket, covered Box, etc., at - HrB. HUNTXRftCO. T7E-X to Unci Tum'i Cabin, for aaleat th Ct V Bwk Store.' - II- CONNELL, Agt-; INSURANCE . ' LIFE . . '. st the lowest a JAMES WHITE, Mei Exam. t . August litttil&ca.