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CITY OF LANCASTER:
YbartdarIornliig April 90, 185S
Why do They do lit
vThat party prejudice hen, to very
rreat extent, been a great political evil to
Hhta country do sane man will deny., To
'arouse a feeling of bitter hatred and dead
ly hostility against their opponent has
"been tbe chief aim of partisan demagogues,
:and to succeed in instilling the most dead
ly political poison into the minds of the un
'educated and unthinking foreign popula
tion these men hav not only resorted to
the vilest and most abominable means, but
liave, actually, violated every principle of
American Republicanism. They have se
xured foreigners the privileges of the elec
tive franchise through the most bare-faced
forgeries and pergury. They have opposed
the best and dearest interests of our coun
try merely to defeat measures advocated
by their political opponents thus sacn
ficing country for party. They have ar
rayed the foreign against the native pop
ulation, for no other reason than to secure
permanency to partizan organization by
holding out the most flattering induce
ments on the one hand and the most fear
ful consequences on the other. They have
courted a religious sect whose avowed ob
ject is to grasp temporal power from the
hands of the people and place it under the
unlimited control of a priesthood whose
principles are inimical to every principle
of ReDresenUlive Republicanism, who
have shackled the liberty of the press and
thrown an impenetrable cloud of intellect'
ual daiknoss over the minds of its deluded
followers in order the more effectually to
practice its impositions and tyrannical ex
actions. Thoy have given aid and com
fort to the enemy while battling against the
American system of Common School Ed
ucation, and urged them on in their war
fare against . the intellectual interests of
the nation until the true men of the coun
try, irrespective of party, have seen the
danger to which this blind devotion to po
litical huckstering is tending and gurded
on their armor to battle on , the side of
Right, Justice and Truth. They have gone
into the Halls of our Nntionrl and State
Legislatures with no other object in view
than to direct the great power andTnuu
ence of the Government towards advanc
ing the interests of a corrupt and corrupt
ing party organization. They have Legis
lated for the few and not for the many by
enacting laws with an eye single to 6elf and
'partisan aggrandizement. They have as
euiled ' freemen for daring to think and
act irrespective of these corrupt partisan
organizations by denouncing them as mid
night assassins, and cut throats. .They are
now waging a ' war of extermination a
gaiDstthe American movement by calling
it an Id partisan trick in disguise. They
will iu one moment declare the Whig party
dead and in the next moment charge the
Gazette with being the organ of that parly.
They know that Hon. Thomas Ewing,
the head and Iront of the Whig party in
Ohio, has denounced the Gazette because
it is not an orthodox Whig pnper. They
know that John Garaghty, Esq., lato Whig
Mayor, denounced the Gazette because it
was not an orthodox v lug paper. 1 hey
know that P. B. Ewing, Esq., once a'nom
inee of the Whig party, and if we are not
mistaken, a member of the Whig Central
Committee for this county, denounced the
Gazette because it was not an orthodox
Whig paper. They know that a large num
ber of othei influential Whigs in this coun
ty followed the example of these gentle
men. Yet in the face of all this testimony
they have the andacity to call the Gazette
the organ of the Whig party. Tbey know
they had three old line Whigs on their Sag
Night ticket, and that all the above named
gentlemen are warm and firm supporters of
the Oh'o Eagle. Yet in the face of all this
testimony they still persist in calling the
Gazette a Wliig organ.
These charges, however, like all other
charges from the same source, are ill con
sidered and ill devised, and only constitute
further proof of the utter recklessness and
perfect desperation of these huckstering
minions of the Pope's organ.
JCy The Eagle of last week denies that
either of its editors ever had a conversation
with us in regard to the' means used to se'
cure the services of what it terms its K. N
reporter. We never said they had any such
conversation with us. . One of the editors
of the Eagle made that declaration to an
other individual, who says our charge was
.correct. Now if the editors of that paper
.deny this we can easily point out the man
who gave us the information. .
Thi Piqca Poisoning (!a8B. We learn
ibat James D. Mowrey, who was on trial
in Piqua, on suspicion of aiding in the
murder of Riggen by poison, has been
committed by Judge Pearson, to the coun
ty jail, to await bis trial at the next regu
lar term of Court, Bail was denied as
the testimony too strongly implicated bim
as an accessary.
. Eight of the prisoners in the Indianapo
lis jail, made their escape on Monday noon,
by knocking down tbe jailor as be came
in with their dinner. They were all re
taken in three hours but one, David Camp
"boll, late of the Ohio Penitentiary.
'I JtTbe New York canals remain yef
unopened to navigation, and will continue
so until the first of May. - In Canada and
the northern part of New England they
hare all the severity of winter-. At Tdfdn-
. to the bay it still frown tij1it. -
Colurobas Uoeltlng Valley Hall-
Itoud From Liinriitcr luo
We have had on our tulle f.yr several
weeks the report of U. II. Latrobe, En
gineer on this work. This line, if it should
be completed, will be a direct continuence
of the Baltimore, and Parlrrkburg road,
through the interior of Ohio to which it
will be the most valuable road, yet un
completed. At Lancaster and Columbus,
it would connect with all the Northern and
Western roads in the Stele. So decidedly
valuable would this work be to their inter
ests, as well as to a section of country on
the Hocking, which would nobly repay
the builders, that if any more railways are
to be constructed, we should think this
would unquestionably be one. .
Mr. Latrobe gives the distance, cost,
and business of the road, as follows:'
Distance from Lancaster to tli Ohio,
Total cost of construction,
Coat per mile,
The business is estimated, as follows:
Through Pasaonrer Train,
Through Freight Train,
Local, do do
Melt Increase, -
This would pay about 10 per cnt, af
ter deducting the sum necessary to main
tain the machinery. , -
This company will undoubtedly receive,
in the end, assistance from the North
Western Company, whose interest it is to
extend its work, in this direction; hut in
dependent!)- of that, the business to be de-
rived from the country through which it
passes, in coal, salt, iron, produce, Sic,
will be greater than even Mr. Latrobe lins
estimated them. The development of that
country is yet to produce marvellous re
sults. , ' . '
But, considered as a work adding to the
value of land, the people in that region
will very much misunderstand their own
interests, if they do not construct it at
once.. It can be done by a resolute effort.
in the worst of times. Let each mile
square, for 5 miles on each side ot tlie
road, pay $60 per month for three years
and the thing is done. - If the farmer and
oitizen choose to subscribe, in. proportion
to their means H can be done. Mr. La
trobe says, in his very able report:-
lucre are ten townships intersected br
the line in its course of 43 miles from Lan
caster to Athens. ' In these townships the
number of acres is 830,400. . The whole
cost of the road between those places is
estimated at $916,457.' If then 'he open
ing of the road should add an average of
only 04 per acre to the value of the land
of those townships, it will have virtually
paid tor use It even belore it had carried a
passenger or a ton of freight.- The coal
of Ward, York, Dover and Athens town
ships, containing 93,160 acres, will be at
once increased in value- at least $25 per
aero, and if thoy formed but one-fourth of
the whole surface of those townships, or
23;290 acres, the increase of value upon
this part of the territory would be 5682,
250, leaving an increase upon the remain
ing 208,1.10 acres in the ten townships, of
but 1 ,G0 per acre necessary to pay the en
tire cost of the road from Lancaster to
Athens on the day upon which the line wai
opened. Railroad Record.
A Valuable Present. Within the
past week we have been shown a Cane
manufactured from a piece of the oak tim
ber that once entered into the compo
sition of Washington's Head Quarters,
of this village, which came under the
destroying hand of utilitarianism in the
Spring of '63. The cane is' benulifully
and tastefully finished, with a head of
dog-wood, and is devoid of all unnec
essary ornament. It was made by Col
Aiikam Pitcher, of this place, and is to
be presented lo lien. Ukorge Sanderson,
of Lancaster, Ohio. Gen. S., we learn,
is a printer by trade, and the first white
man that ever transported the mail through
the State of Ohio. During tho struggle
of 1812, he acted on our northern frontier,
under Hull, and trained much distinct
ion as a patriot and soldier. Col. Pitcher
served under Gen. S., and this Cane.carv
ed from material hallowed and venerated
as being once a portion of the Head Quar
ters of Washington, is to be presented to
his old Ueneral, and comrade m arms, as
a mark of affection and esteem. We have
no doubt but that it will bring up to the
old veteran's mind, events of the glorious
past, in which he took so noble a part,
and serve to strengthen that undying patri
otism which animated him in his younger
- We take the following exlraot, in rela
tion to the demolition of the Head Quar
ters, from the Highland Engleof June 11,
The old Birdsall residence, known rts
"Washington's Head Quarters," which
has stood a monument of "olden times"
in the midst of -the innovations of the
present "nge of glittering show," has
been torn down, and a "wreck of matter"
is all that remains of its former identity;
ror one hundred years and perhaps long
er, this wooden mansion has resisted the
"Saramei's rain and Winter's snow."
When the American Army was stationed
in this section Gen. Washington made it
his home. Beneath its roof no doubt he
planned those engagements,' and issued
those orders which gave glory to our arras,
liberty to our country, and immortality to
Gen. La Fayette, Wasington's bosom
companion, was also an occupant of this
now demolished tenement, and the ltev.
George Whitefield preached on an occasion
in one of the parlors. Highland (.V. i .
Col. P. is a native of this city, and is
the only son of Rudolph Pitcher, one of
the earliest and most enterprising settlers,
The cane has come to hand, and is every
thing it is represented to be, and highly
appreciated by General Sanderson. A
more fitting testimonial could not have
been given the time4ionored veteran and
Pioneer, "whose memory runs far, far back
into the "dim distance" of the past, and
is, perhaps, the only man now living who
can recount the thrilling adventures and
hardships of the early settlors in this coun
ty. Well does he merit this kind remem
brance from his "brother in arms," hal
lowed as it is by its associations with the
name of the Father of his Country, .
Weevsra CofrpoodaM f lata Oassue.)
Burt, boo, Wis- April IT, I.
Friend Slacoutjcb: I have not nee-
locted lo fullill the promise I made before
I left Lam-Hale r, but deferred writing un
til I had made a permanent location and
could ohtHin such information as would be
most reliable aud interesting. My journey
ha not tn so perilous astbatof the "May
rower," but in one particular I have Wen
more highly favor than they; throughout
the whole of my pleasant route, I have had
before me demonstrations of the rapid pro
gress of a country which far exceeds the
mguest conceptions in their "propretit:
viuions" of the future destiny of the "New
My Knowledge of the country is yet
limited, but what information I have ob
tainod is reliable. The soil of this State
is generally possessed of the qualities of
Iduo or red clay; the lightest soil is sand
which is found near the Lakes and largo
Rivers. The "black marl" is the general
quality of the lowest . limber and prairie
laud, and often extends to the depth of six
lett. J. lie "dark loam is most common
in the "openings" and "dry prairie" which
is cultivated with the best success and re
garded as the most desirable for farming
lands. The surface of the country with a
few exceptions, is level, varied only by
gentle undulations. There are a few
"mounds" in 'Iowa' and 'Grant' counties,
Which lorra a substitute for mountains
when seen at a distance, bnt loose much of
their "mountain grandeur" as you ap
proach near inem. , .
A rango of high "bluffs" extend North
east and South-west, through the State,
which are vnluable only for their cood
quality of building stone, and timber.
1 here is, however, but very little land in
the State but that can and will be cultivat
ed with success.
The mineral resources of the State arc
seemingly exhaustless, and as yet only
partially developed. The 'Lead Mine
extend over a great portion of territory on
tho West, and in bank, Washington and
Dodge Counties are exhaustless beds of
rich iron ore, which are now being im
proved as fust as capital and labor can be
obtained. Copper has been discovered in
different portions of the State, but not in
sufficient quantities to justify the expense
ot procuring it.
The climate of "the State is represented
to be a few degrees warmer than Western
New York. The atmosphere is very pure:
the summer seasons are short, but the
weather in full continues warm and dry un
til about the 1st of December. The win1
ters are cold and dry; there is but verv lit
tle rain from the lslof December until the
1st of April. The State is nearly equally
divided between timber and prairie lands.
1 he prairies are not so large as those In
northern Illinois and Iowa, and the tim
ber is of a superior quality, consisting of
onk, elm, black walnut, maple and most
other species that are found in Ohio. ' The
pine forests of the fiorth supply the States
or Illinois and Iowa, and the Mississippi
V- II IV XT .1 .r . L
aney as mr as new uricRns wun uraoer.
The best portion of Government and
State lands in this vicinity have been bo't
up by actual settlers or "land sharks,
but improvod farms can yet be had from
four to twenty dollars per acre, according
to location. Those immediately within the
vicinity of prosperous villages will com
mnnd from ten to twenty dollars per acre,
according to the amount of improvements.
Unimproved and limbered lands sell at from
two to ten dollars per acre. But in addi
tion to the vast agricultural and mineral
resources of our state, its excellent posi
tion, its Rail Roads, its navigable rivers
and lakes, its beautiful prairies, its im
mense pine forests, and its mild and salu
brious climate, all rainisteringto the wants
and comforts of man. The educational
wants of our people have not been neglect
ed. Tiie State has an ample school fund
which is increasing yearly, and a Super
iutendent of Public Instruction , chosen
with the other Stale officers whoso special
duty it is to promote tho interests of Com
mon Schools. The State University, lo
cated at Madison City, will compare fa
vorably with those in the eastern States,
and Colleges and Academies are found in
almost every village throughout the State.
Intelligence is b proverbial characteris
tic of our people, and however much you
may hear derogatory to the character and
abilities of "Western editors" and "Wes
tern orators," I can assure you that this
State is not their place of rendezvous.
You will find here in "log cabins" as well
as in more costly dwellings, an elegance,
refinement and an intellectual culture
which would delightfully surprise you, and
illustrate and beautify the word home.
Dut now for a short description of Bar
nhoo.' Its euphonious name is derived from
the Indiai which signifies something grand
or beautiful; its location is on the Baraboo
River forty miles North Wc6t of Madison
City. It is regularly laid out on elevated
ground, and commands a view of the most
beautiful and romantic country in the
West ' -
Seven years ago there was but one log
cabin upon the site, where stands a thriv
ing village with a population of twenty
Now we boast of two Weekly Newspa
pers, three Churches, one Academy, eleven
Dry Goods and Grocery stores, two Drug
Stores, two Stove and Tin Shops, two Jew-
elors, four Hotels, two Flouring Mills, four
Saw Mills, one Plaining Mill ind Sash
Manufactory, two extensive Furniture Es
tablishments, one Foundry, besides a num
ber of Black Smiths, Carpenters, Painters,
Tailors and other mechanics. We have,
but two Lawyers and four Physicians all
of which employ more of their time in
"speculation" than in the practice of their
professions. As yet we do not enjoy the
advantage of a Rail Road, but our village
is located on the only practicable route of
the surveyed road from Chicago to the re
gions or Lake Superior.
Bat I fear I have already exhausted
your patience; I shall therefore bid vou
adieu for the present and promise at some
future time to favor you with a more inter-
eating letter. Respectfully, Sic. R,
JC3TA grand Convention of the Ameri
can party is lo take, place in Culpepper
County, Virginia, on the tun, of May. . A
Lnumber of first-rate speakers are to be pre
sent, and it is expected that tbe Conven
tion will last two days.
Candidates. The Lebanon Star adds
to the list of candidates the name of Judge
Rogers, of Springfield, for Judge or the
Supreme Court, and that of Judge Fish
back, of Bata via, for Governor,
Ex Senator Shields, of Illinois, was re
cently tendered a publio dinner br the cit-
jramj of J7ubdtW, Idwi, w-hfet h'oridr he
aselin'ed. .. . ... -1' . ' -
Western CbrUtittn Advocate.
In m scorching reply to the ad i tor of the
Cincinnati Enquirer relative to the Advo
cate's report of the election riots in that
city, the latter paper make's dm of the fol
la conclusion, the true stale of the ques
tion, all parly politics aside, arpee lobe
this: On the one side, uudwr the mere
name of Democracy, were uuiwd against
the temperance caunc the leading evil tie
menu of the city, comprising the Popish
party, very many of the Jews, the Iserinans
generally, and the dealers iu li'juors, with
sprinkling of the moral aim intellectual
itizviis. Ou the other side were combin
ed, by their innate moral rynipathies, the
great body of the intelligent, moral, reli
gious, and reliable portions of citizens,
who went under the name of the American
party, or Know Nothings. Among the
latter, a number of office-hunters had crept
in, in consequence of which there were
names on their general ticket which the
moral sense of the people would not sus
tain, and hence their defeat, and with great
justice too. This, we believe, is the true
slate of the question. I he American par
ty possesses the moral strengm oi the city,
and we believe will maintain it, notwith
standing their present defestby some who
were not worthy of the cause which they
1 he principles of the Western Christian
Advocate are for the truth and the right,
and as we are not, and will not be commit'
ted to mere political parties, our articles,
whether editorial or otherwise, must and
will be on the side of good morals, truth,
and right, without any special reference to
any political parly whatever. I he Ln-
quirer may comment, interpret, and mis
represent as much as it sees tit, but this
will not alter the course of the Advocate,
which was determined on over twenty
As to the Lnquirer s friendly solicitude
about our -'engaging in politics," we have
only to say, that, in the ordinary mere po
litical party issues, we have no concern;
we feel no interest and take no part in
them. But when great moral principles
are broken down, sacred national faith is
annulled and annulled, too, for the pur
pose of extending "tho sum of all villainy"
over territory consecrated by solemn com
pact to treedom;when demagogueism links
in with Popery to peril the birthright of J
American citizens; when it joins hand in
hand with rum-sellers to aid in spreading
and perpetuating the blighting mildew of
intemperance we xhouhlnotbe truetoour
own manhood, to our Christianity, to our
Uhurch, nor to our trod, did we not speak
out in earnest and solemn tones. We have
SO SPOKEN, WE SHALL CONTIKfE TO SFEAkI
God being our helper, we will defend the
truth and the right. The Enquirer need
have no apprehensions about tho Church
being di -satisfied with our course. When
such shall prove to be tho case, we can
easily relinquish our post; but we cannot
cease to vindicate the truth. But, for the
Enquirer's special benefit, we will say.that
while our course has been decided, nnd
wo have spoken out upon thegreat politico
moral questions of tho day, only two of our
twenty-seven thousand subscribers have
deserted us on that, account, and for those
two we received more than half a dozen
each. No, Mr. Enquirer, the persons who
go in for annulling sacred compacts, up
holding nnd extending slavery, sustaining
Popery, nnd selling rum, are men of alto
gether a different character from those who
sustain Protestant Churches tnd patronize
religious newspapers. ' 17
Demolition op Gibralteb. A pam
phlet has just appeared in Paris, attributed
to the eminent journalist Girardin, in
which it is declared that, if the freedom
of the seas and the peace of tho world are
to be secured, Gibraltar ought to be dis
mantled as well as Sovasiopol. The idea,
says the Philadelphia Ledger, seems nev
er to have struck any one hertofore. But
having once been suggested its justice ap
What Sevastopol is, in fact, to the Black
Sea that Gibrahcr is, and even more, to
tho Mediterranean; and as the Mediter
ranean is larger than the Euxine, much
the greater is the necessity for destroying
Gibralter. The old adage savs, "it is a
bad rule that will not work both ways."
England, when she began the present war,
never snpposed that the arguments she
brought forward in favor of the demolition
of Sevastopol would be turned against her
pet possession, Gibralter. 1 et Sevastopol
has one argument, at least, in favor of its
preservation, which the British fortress of
Gibralter has not, for it is built on Russian
territory, while Gibralter is a thousand
miles from England, and erected virtually
on Spanish soil. .
Whatever may be the case with France,
'.here is a deal of inconsistency in the con
duct of England in this war. We have no
desire to palliate the aggressive policy of
Russia. But Great Britain, for nearly iwo
centuries, has been advancing as steadily
in the Mediterranean as ' Russia has been
progressing towards Constantinople. She
has seized within that period, not only
Gibralter, but Malta nnd the Ionian Islands,
so that in the event of war, she has forti
fied harbors all over the sea, at which to
refit her fleets, an advautage which gives
her a naval supremacy there over any one
Mediterranean power, it not over all com
bined. Nor has she ever refused a new
post in that important inland ocean, if we
except Uandia.and mat was merely otter
ed to her as an eventuality, and not as a
territory already in possession.
Emrland. in a word, has successfully ob
tained that preponderance at sea over all
other European nations, which - Russia is
charged now with aiming at on land. J
it astonishing, therefore, that enlightened
men should begin to say: "Take the beam
out of thine own eye?
Xd?"0ne of the SagNicht papers of Cin
cinnati denounces the Wettern Christian
Advocate as "one of the most conspicuous
Know-Nothing organs in the West." Well,
such denunciation front such,asourco will
not, in the least, injare the Advocate.
Any paper that presumes to uphold the
great principles 01 American' nationality
and conservative freedom is denounced in
the same way. To read the Sarr Nichtor
gans, one would think that in order to un
derstand his duly as a voter, and his right?
as a freeman, he must renounce Protes
tantism and forswear nativity. Cin, Gaz.
aTSTTne sloop-of-war Albany has been
officially given up, and the President has
made the promotions in tbe navy, conse
quent ttpjfn tha dea'flj t'f the (rfjftfers lost in
Tbe Know Noililng Article of I he
Istdeu Tinea, ale
The New York papers received last night
coutaia much interesting matter from Ea-
rops. The Article in the Londoa Ttme
on the American party Is confined chiefly
19 giving abstracts of a recent publication
in this country, in which the principles
and purposes of the party are stated.
The article of the Timet concludes as fol
lows: If these are the established principles of
the Know Nothing party, we cannot but
regard them wi.h considerable sympathy.
We have ever watched with admiration
the progress of the United Ststes, as long
as it is directed to thote legitimate objects
which are to be found within the magnin
cent Territories of the Union. A less fa
vorable opinion of their policy and condi
tion has only been formed a 'd expressed
in Europe, when public opinion in the
United States was misled by factious agita
tors, or misdirected lo objects incompati
ble with the rights of others. Tbe strength
of the Union and the peace of the world
would be protected and secured by a policy
which professes to concentrate the strength
of the American people on American ob
jects. The language of the new party ap
pears to us to be patriotic aud wise .and far
more nearly akin to the true principles of
the founders of the Commonwealth than
the scandalous attempts of the modern
Democrats to court popularity at the ex
pense of honesty and honor. The Enow
Nothings owe their existence to a reaction
against the follies and excesses of Kossuth
meetings, of Irish journalism, of the Ro-.
roish priests, and of Mr. Pierce's Minis
ters; and it is not improbable that they
will succeed in constituting the next gov
ernment of the United Stales, as they have
already returned a majority to the new
Congress. . . .
There has been much hard fighting in
The London Times still attacks the min
istry for inefficiency, and demands that
stronger measures be taken to hurry affairs
in the Crimea to a crisis.
Fire in the Woods.
Montreal, April 84.
The greater portion of the township of
Vienna in Canada West, has been laid in
ruins by fire.
Washington Irving has so far recovered
from his lateaccident, as to be pronounced
entirely out of danger.
CARRIAGE &, BUGGY MANUFACTURER
On Wheelii (t StreH,
C.IETEA'T8' now ffertnf the miblle ar-rJt,
ffiGggg atyleand variety of Carrtageafi
and Bupiclea unaurpaeaed for beauty, durability and
rheanueaa tT anv Inlnr nfthe kind ever offered In thta
arellon of Ohio. HavlnR aerured the aervlrea of the
inoat aeeompllahad workmen In the iCnlon be la able
to compete with any tlmilar eatabil'btnent Wil of
tliemoniitulna. f.'nll and tea. WM. SHUTT.
Lani'uatar, aprll 36, l540
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS.
D. K. FIsriEL.
nAVlSG returned to the rltyand erected ahrr
buildiiiK in the rear of the brick huuae, on the
corner cf Bre4 mnd Catena! Strettt. aevara Santa
a tki Marl tt Mm, lutuuda manufacturing upon a
larfeeeaieail lite vanouaarociee
or lauinel runmure, ueaaieoae jY.Ut
...A U.hl..h h. m 11 Im. r.
elwave on hand, toe-ether with a
lurire aaaortment of Cincinnati manufacture. Hii long
experience in the bnalneaa will enable him to hare
manufactured nt borne and imported from abroad Uie
very beat or work, and aa he inleuda to employ none
but the moat akillful workmen and nee Uie beat mate-
riala, he flultera himaeir that he will (rive reneral aa
tlafut-tlon lo all who may favor hint with their custom.
The public are Invited to call and examine the aa-
aortniviit. The entrance to the room a la npon Broad
Struct. D. K. FISHKL.
N. II. Ronalrlnr dona or. the ahortoat notice, and la
the neateat aud uioat workmanlike manner. Chargea
reasonable. Lancaater, ay su,
41 ILT Mouldlnga for Picture Framot, for aale at tha
VI city noon store'
April . tuA.ir.u Agent.
A RClin ECTURB by L. D. Gonld, A. Benjamin and
m o. v. timitn, ror aale at mecitr oook store
prllil.lKli. B. CO.N.SKLL, Agent.
g ILAKK'S Commentary on the Old and Hew Testa-
it, foraale at tha city 0"ok store
April 81, 1SS4.
B. CON.NELL Agent.
T fTRS. Partlnrtoii's Carpet Bag of Fun, for aale a
the city book store.
April 21, 1854.
B. C0K5EI.L Agent
fT,HK Old Brewery and New Mission House, for sal
at the city book store.
1 21. 1SS4.
R. CONJTEI.L, Agent.
THE Lamp Lighter, for sale at the city book store
Aprilll IM4. II CONNfcLL. Agent.
fARMERS'nnd Emigrant's Book, for sal at the
cltv book store.
April SI, 1M4.
D. COSXELL, Agent.
TTt ANCY ArtlcleslD great variety, for tale at the city
April 21, 1H.4.
B. COKKELL. Agent.
IMPERFECT health haskept me from
my office part of tha time for some
months, I have gainea my tormer
atreneth and will not hereafter be ab
sent from my room during buainessbonrs.
Filling Teutu recoires my special attention, I give
certified guarantees for all my gold fillings to he affec
tive during the Urns or the parties. I am able after
near 211 yoars attention to the Teeth to glvedvery per
son the most positive aa.uranca that thet can save
even- Tooth bv timulr nnd frequent attention.
OFFICE K wing's Brick, on the Hill. H. SCOTT.
TrpFnr thoae who have the TOOTH-ACHK and
will nut hare them extracted, I have a remedy that
seldom fails lo give relief. Also, Tooth Powders,
Brushes. Ac. H. S60TT.
Lancaster, December 8, 1P54 SI
BREAD! BREAD!! BREAD!!!
8 AMI Ft, BEERY
WOULD roapectfnlly announce to the cttlsens of
Lancaster A vicinity, thai he has commenced the
Broad, Light Ituak Ac Cracker Baking
' In connection with his former baking. Ait nrw prepared
TO FURXISH FAIKIXIES '
with everv thing in the above tine. Hntlnk In bis em
ploy the best of bakers, he frels confident that ba ran
please nil who may ftivor him with a call.
Tr-pCall at his Store oa Nain Street, and also at hit
Bake-House, corner of Columbus dc Mulberry streeU.
Lancaalor.July 18, ie54.
A NEAV STOCK.
A Ne and well Selected lot of Grocerie
n AVE Just boon received by the subscriber, at his
old stand, where he will be bappy to meet his
customers and the public generally.
Groceries will be sold by me as rhoap and nf aa good
qnallty as eau be found to any similar establishment ia
1 I have Just received a choice lot of Cranberiea, Lem
on. Figs, Prune, and aim a general variety of Nuts,
such aa Almonds, Braill Nuts. Coco Kiits, Ac. Also,s
splendid lotof Old "GrOUM.
Lan castor Feb. 7, l."5l 18 -
FARMS FOR SALE.
THE undersigned will sell a part or all his land,
(being about Sou acres) In Bloom Township, ona
mile Weal of Carroll. The Farms as to quality, con
dition ana convenience, can i iro ,ur.-n,fw.
Upon them are superior Kprings.3 Dwel-4hfaf
ling Honaea, Orcharda of choice fruit, ate. -X.
Those wishing to porchasa call and see, as I am de
termined to soil. BAMUKL COFMAK.
December 14, 18439 "
DR. B. RAYMTJND,
HAS removed hlsnlnea and residence to the house
formerlv ocenpiedbyMr.ahutt, afew doors East
of the Eagle Printing Offlce. where ho will ba found at
all tlmbs anleas absent on professional bvainaaa. .
Iatooastar, aprll IS, S4 emSO
; ALFRED WILLI Aim,
anoawrr asb or.omiai.MJa aT kaw, l.aTaanT., esTs
-snILtpjacitloslattn, Courts 8f Falrtlsld aod ad I
ILL prartloe la tha Courts ef FalrSeld aod ad
G AimtOirncx, A pril 1 9;h, 1 G55. Our
quotations this morning are as follows:
wheat, 1,9 J. Flour, 0,6i .per barrel;
Corn, 50; Rye, 9J; Oats, 35 c:s; Clover
seed 6.&J; Timothy seed, 3.H.00; Pota
toes, 1,60, Flax seed. cal.OO; But
ter, 12al6c; Eg, 8 eM." Salt, 2.M)
B!ans, 2.00; Soaps. 6(Jc: Coffee,
13al6c; Tea, 60cal00; Molasses, 40
a37C; Vinegar, 18a25c; Tobacco, 18a25c;
"ay. H,OOal2,0O. Tallow lOi per brl.
New YerU Market.
Nxw Yoat . April M. Cotton is firm.
Flour is dull, but not quotably lower
Wheat is firm with sales of Southern White
at 1,70. Corn if higher, with, tales of
30,000 bush mixed, at 1,12a, 13. Pork
is lower, with sales of Old Mess at 16.12;
and New do at 17,6lal7,76. Beef is firm.
Lard is easier, but not quotably lower.
Pickled Hams are lower, with saVs of 100
cakat 9jaDj. Ohio Whisky is firmer, at
35a35J. Groceries are unchanged, with
a moderate demand. Money eav.
Stocks sre dull and lower; Erie, 60$; New
York Central, 93; and Heading 66.
A a Ordianaee,
To amand aa OralnuairfltlFd aa Onllaanetreapact-
loa cits' HapaMiaor. labor on airu aud al!;a,
and lha lififruvomrnt of tha mm.
SEC. 1. fiI.JUCiCawifC.(r
&aaM!r.That Uia Srat acvOoaof tha ordinance
roaMCtlrir a Ctlr Kulralr, labor od atreela and a'-
lava, and tha Ifnt.rovemaM of tha aam. i.aatad Ma?
33. ba aod Ilia aaaa la hereby ao!oiidd aa to
read at folio wa.tbat ttiareatiall elrevtd an thaae-
eocd Monday of April laaarh yaar by amid City C'.au
eil.oiiaCity Snpttrriaor. ahoatii.ll ara bono In the
penal aum of Three Huadrnd Dnllara. with at leaat
two freehold aeruritlea. to be- approved by tha City
Council fr the faithful dlarbarra of the do lira b?relii
or hereafter tmpoeud apna eaid offtter, ar.d thai tiie
terra of office of aald Superviaor ahall expire on the
aacoiid Monday of November of the aarne yaar.
Fic. 9. That the flret aertloa of the ordinance ra
apertlnffa City bupa-rriaor. labor no the atreeta and
alleTa. and tbe Improvement of the aaroe. naaaed Uav
2)lb, 1453. te and toe anme la here'ty replete.
CHA klbi UKnMMi.H, rreaxirnt. '.. -'.
Attrat 0. 8. Wiwm, City Clark aprll 1048
I WILL oflferal Publtefiala on the?th day nf April,
If not dteiKiaud of by private rale bfor thatuav.
tbeenttraSlock of llrugaand Furniture beloni-liir to
the latedrm ef &.L.bl'uradiCo.Tu4 atock ta large frrb
and wall aatacted. For aertietilare enquire at the
a to re of l. u. OKfcljUttV, Truetea.
Lanraatrr. April. ISU-dS
JE7 Oally Stale Journal eofy two weeks.
WHOLESALE k RETAIL GROCER A DEALER IM
t'lwnrt Oacoa, t ish. Malt, Tar, C'erda;c,
Tvt inee, blaaaware, btone 6c Wood
a Wares, Tobaccos, SnuHa, CL
gara. Dye Staffs, fruits, o
tione etc., eke.
OXE door watt of Exchange Bank of Marfls 4 Co.
Main atreet Lantartgr, Ohio, luvitea the attM.
tlouofthetbecltixeus of KairSeld and adjoining coun
ties, to bisextensive stock onueod. He is poperad
toaellfroia the child's cent to the genUeinan'e ten
thousand dollars, and let it be understood lhalue don't
let any hnuee under sell bim.
P. 6. Having taken the suon sooth nf the Market-
houaa. and stocked tt with every variety of Groceries.
Provisions Jte., all ot which will besold attbeaame
prices, as those at his Main street shop. He would
say lo the Farmers thai in doe season be will be pro
pared to aupply them with all kinda of lake flth.
Bring on your Bacon or money, or one y ears credit
to those that wish to open an acconnt.
lancarter, March to, leSJ Jruao.
Geo. W. MacElroy.
Atlorner aud ConnaeUnr nt Law auc
Notary Public, '
OFFICE Council's Row. 8 doors south of tbe Post
Uucrttsr, Ohio, March IS, IMS tS
A Teacher Wanted,
mO Instmct the colored yonlh of tbe city of Laxeas-
Application may be made to
or rouiic bcaowia.
Lancaster, April J, 1PS5 19
Sale of Market Stalls.
VOTICE iaheral.j given, tbat t will offer at pubc
1 vj auction. In the Market Hons? nftbe City of Lan
caater. on Saturday tkt lie A rfaa e.lfar. lcSS. between
the houra of S o'clock A. M. aud In oMock A. M.. of
eaidday.lhe.Stallainsald Market Ilonaeforrentdurlng
tne ensuing yesr. to ne paia in easn at uie time oi me
aalerthoaein the Northern lllvHion lo besold at not
less than Slu, and those ia the South Civisioa at not j
less than f7 per annum,
aprll 111. ANGELA. RICHARDS, Marshal.
A NEW AUD RPLE.1DID
KEPT BT AS OLD EXPERIENCED HATTER.
ri'HE sabacrlbor has returned to bis former stand.
I four doors .North of the American Hotel, and two
doors South of 1. II. Kilkt A Co.'s Bonk .Store, In the
Bissaa ax Savaaa Block, where be Is better prepared
to furnish his customers with all kinds of
HATS AND CAPS
than he has evor bean before. He ban altozether tbe
tarrestand beat selected assortment of goods in hi line
of any eatablishment in Central Ohio, and he Is deter
mined to dispose of them on very favorable terms, for
D-CAS II! .a
Persons wishing to get a HAT or CAP Inst to lull.
In stvle, quality or price, cannot posiMy do better
than by giving him a call. J. K. KLDISKLL.
Columbus, apnt U,1U9 jouii .
statute of llenry Ilite.
ORtbeSddsv of March, A- D. lRflS, the Court of
Probate of the County efFairSeld and Mute of
Ohio, declared the Estate of Hsav Hitb to be proba
bly inaolvent. Creditors are therefore required to
present their claims against tha Katate to the under
sirned for allowance within six mouths from the time
ubore mentioned, or tboy will not b3 entitled to pay
ment, oignea uajibi,
Administrator of said deceased.
BTixcHcoas ck Saaw, Alloruoys. March 6 Sw44
DBT GOODS AUD CARPET STORE.
JOU SUILL1TO V CO.
IVo. 12, rt Fourth Street, CiDcinnntl, O.
RESPECTFULLY Inform Ihelr customoraand pur
chaaun (reneral It, thai Ibor are ttow opiolag an
OJaWualre aod coiupluleuaaortuieot of
FANCY AND STAPLE
ENGLISH, rRESTCH, 0E2MA5 AMEUICAH
2a st B (&2Sj
ADSO: POHF.IGN A5D AMERICA5
Imported direct from Manufartarcn Id Europe, and
purchaacd at auction la Sow York, wbich enabldt ua
to otfr our good tliU seaaoti at about Eat torn impor
ter and Manufacturers prlcos
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
Thoroughly aeaaoned, from 3 to 24 Oct In vldth; a large,
stock always on hand.
Pamilies. Hotol Koipera. steambaat owners and
strans:era may depend uon Andinjr tha hen class of
poodsin onr line at prices as low nathey can bo pnr
chaaod is tlia Eaaiera cities. HHrcliii,lr45-3infl
TI1B partnerahlp that existed In the purchase of a
atock of Qtioeusware and Glassware now beina;
opened In thlsClly. was this day disanlredby mutual
conaent. Win. Ktowart havinarparciiased Doan's in
terest in the goods will open and continue the bnsiness.
A nd bavliifr a complete stock of Ware is prepared to
Wholesale or Retail the same at as low prices ss the
same Eoodsoaa be puroliasod anywhere in the West.
K. G. UOAN.
- WM. 6TEWAET.
Lancaster, Aprils, WSS 48.
,-m rifiSES PE BERTHOLTS have re.
II turned to Laneaster.and willbe ban.
m f I spy to receive pupils for instruction on the
PIANO FOUTKand GUITAR, at their residence at
Mr. f7aJIM,. fjaaaisas 5rsr.and hope their Ions; ex
perience in teaching: music, and the vnremittinr atten
tion paid to the improvement of their Pupils wllliusura
a portion of public pntmnssrc
MISS A. C. Up BfiKTHOLT will Meelraa ClaJs for
Embroidery and tanvass wore.
MISSM. G. DB B8KTH0LT has opened an Ele
mentary School iu the Basement Rinry of the Episco
pal Church. - Koreuibor , lfi 2d
rrsT aiczivro at
SEARLE'S BOOK STORE, " -Opposite
Shrcfler'a Hotels Lancaster, Ohio.
ONET MOO!f and other Comalltles from Pnnrtt
Autoblorranhv of an Actress, bv Mrs. Mowata
Joorney to Central Africa, by Bayard Taylor
avaneesano peoiasa-e, ny naio
r-unny U smnriesof Forelrn Lands, by Mrs. BtOlra
Tha Better Land, by Thnmpaon
Napoleon dr. hlaArmy.The OampPlrvsnf Kanolerm.
Sift Books of ail kinds.
A One lot of annuaie ror n, ana a ana lot or small
Carbolic prayer ttooics. episroymi rrevr Hoflks.ana
a lartre lot of Family Bible, and Packet Bible, at
School BoaiRsairoj Krtiorierry aa rvnniesBIeds RwbsII.
laTeB2oitJroi, ioSS JiKAFJi;
pm.nff w.HM, km. amiiN. ana mn K .1 .r. .av
UjrcAsrm i.m gi. k, st ... , w i. '&.
CHtCltH. 5n. 11 M. S
" fM'AM'Mr-ST. Se.fc.- . . N' a
Col'St 11.. v .4. ...... J. ire 11 u
Febmar ta, 0. STELWAA, eWcurdar.
C . T YC Off E C T 10 N A R f .
T'JS nci -ra'i'-t, l-ns; s.rtly Sued r rooina
in ajantnv row, taimiHitabwiy uimi U. Ll.:n
ala Printing Odloc. ai.d one dr north t.f Uie l-waa.
Oaice, mt reaparu'i:lly lnTt' r... 1,11, au.-riiou to
thetrertenalve and wl! aetrctod etxlr ef Cai"'!.
ariaa.eoaalattng of oand a oi thlr oa a Rianutucture,
whirk thy will kII at wholesale and retail rpcee
l.-er .viae. Oral, tree, a sa,HlaDai.Iatrf
' sielitv CaWa-taLa Win anv) Air.
rsia4-ce, 4 iarara. aVc. A.C.. conelaiiUy kat.1
On hand. ., "
Wearaalw Suing spin tat Kyle, f.,r a tedles' Fum
ater Saloon, tha rnama formerly orcaptrd by Dr. Kiaa,
where the refresh man it of thr will h In rondv
a'allhon-v flESLT LlDABACOH.
;rll 1, l-3o.4S-t.r.
A Ci BAE10, n. E,
Q.rPICE !g Tallm
' tr. Oulo. i
rof. C. T. Willie
lmadrs Ill'wv, alula eVeat,La&eae-'
am. M. I).
n. P. Galch ..V. P.
A.O. lilnlr. M. D..Cn!n.bne.
J. H, Pulie.M.Ji., titelanati.
C.IRKOI.I. Sill.!. COMPANY.
riVTE Suukbol Jen la th Carmll MUI Company ara
I notiiled to cooveue at Carroll oa 7'a ra )4
a"af M1 ej. at lDoVlork a.m. lo elcti FIVK of
thvir natnber to direct the aCaln of the Company,
fur tbe Uirrn epecltled. la l art remlxtlrir manure'
mrtujeoaipaai.a, B rlXKY M H jKTa,
' . JjvMKS HOI..VES.
Carroll, aprll 13, V.3 w Corporator.
KflW CIIIXA STORE.
TCrT opened oa Villi f tract berlv op
puiite Rtfber, Roll Co 'a try CooS
titer, eonatatlrg e.
i ' AND .
Jall of which will be sold low at whclesal
7 ltd retail. M-rclia-ue and tbe nsblie art
T-i.' roipr-alfullt ai'I'.rlta.t to cull and axaailjiw
' " my siock.lt ! fill and evletted.
Window GliM almost all alzoarrom 1 to 9 nr. to 90
by 40. WILLUM STKWAJLX.
ianeaaur, aprll 12, Ii t
To tbe Township Af'or Elect.
tcniToa's Orrici, P. C. irtl S. Kit
OV are hereby notified tbat the boot a and papers) '
are now ready. the lavr requtroa yoa W
return In May, it is dealrabla that the work ba
commenced forthwith. Vou ara therefore requested
to prepare yoaraelrca aa soon aa possible, ftecjoeat
tbe Clerks tu certify to your e!e-tion immediately.
April 13, Kii.
very tteepertruiiy youra.
i. vt. ivni
A me-tlccof tbe stock-holder of tha FalrSHci
l eouniy barings IiMlllute, will be held at UikU
Cai:klnc l!o J- in Lancaster, on Tuesday, Uie brat da
( Ma; next, furlbe purpoe.oi electiuf Iiireciorsfor
the en, ulna: year. s;;iitral attrdance Is requested.
pr.l li, icii. JS. t.. wukj nuuiu.i. baser.
CHEESE! CIIEESEU CIIEESEi:t
IirOLIf II, Dairy and GrnLTilleCbee.e foraale br
!i april ID, laj V. il. GUf.
FISH! FlSnil FI3H11I FISUl!!!
THRESH arrival of Pish, Xsckarel, White and fah
V Fish for aale by a. GLaNl..
Laneaaur, aprll IS, 1SSS
DTlTETt Peaches artel A pplSa last recelf
ed and for sale by WxlLIAM GIAJi l.
rGAK Cared ry-d Bf , Bolocna Baa'
sairea and Eeef Tooruea for aale b;
Laucaater, April in, lrii luiy
QR AXCi:Sand Lr-mona, a dae lot Jost re
ceived and tor aale by whole boxes and ralail b
ncastar, April IS, Inii lint V41. G1AN1. -
TTALIAM TIacarsmtSsfiodaand BntterCncJt.
1. ers; lr.ra;e fresh Raisins l& quarter, half and wbola
ooxes: freal. Fizs. French and German Prunes, 4.1
oiouda. l:ii;lib WslnaU, PeannUatlow prievst.
Lancaster, april lit, lejS lmsS VII, GIA3L
ffJFFEF, Teas, Are-A Sue lot ef P.lo and
j Java Cojfee. Youhr. llrson and Imperial Tea: Xesr
Orleans Sncrar, crushed and pnlverized; do.; New Or-
lean Molaeses; Star Candles and ail kinds of Paasllf
urocjriesin erervo'iscription ny
Lancaster, apnl L , IriS lmtil Wis. GIA5I.
"l ACDIES. A larrsand snperdne stock t af
j kinds of Candies, a hulcsale aud retuil by
Lancaster, april 13, IMS lru43 w. GTAHI.
"VliraUOand Willow Xfrnrr, such as Bowls,
Tubs, a large lot of Work and Fancy Bask eta,
V. urKataiide, Carriages, 4c. for aale by -Lancaster,
april IS, 1S lm4 . WJf. GIASI.
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALERS 15
AtKebsr A Kutx's 014 Suud, Main FtratttaUaoMter;
hhfbCl r LLLY tuUcit Uttt ftlVenllou of ft., that
wai.t Groceries, to their nw auJ lar? aloe
JAVA and HID
taijrartiiKin iart uie lotiovtrift aruueet .
CuPPKiS, Yoanr Hywn, Iintrerial.
aiitl GuDtowlttr 1 fcAPt ISew OrUarte bCGAK.
cruAhoU, loaf aiid pulTerlsed; Gold a firrup. huna
nouae fcjntp. iew urieatie jaoiaM'it; kic, jrntoa
L0iiiofi, Fift4, RnlftDfe. Almondt. tilticrU, 8u((ar rur
ei HAMS; Dried Boef; Bologna Sauaafti;cl'ieeteClove4,
-nice, hoti y; Dye Muffs: Cat diet, Tube, Bucket
Wah Board, Broomi. Ac.
Alfto.aflnitlotorCHiiWIXG TOBACCO. fimoklhg
Toitcco, Foreiirn and Demesne Liquors, Notion. eB.
We feel atwurvd Uiat all who may fafor ui with
call will not ro away diafatlrbed with our price 6T
if they aboutd not bo lodaead lobujr.
wjtv K K. In a fair dayt we will baTLAKB
X. B. fcoUSTKY PKODtJCK Uteti In Trhnr IW
Gn-ccrle. PUKHY oV aWlLLUC .
neat tor, April 3, 185;$--48
JEFFRIES, WOOD &, CO.,
JEFFRIES, PKATT it WOOD,
F0&W1RB1X& k SERC 111 JITS
LA.N CASTER, OHIO,
FLOUR, LIME, SALT AND PRODUCE, .
New Warehouse, Junction of Bail Itonti '
and Hocking: Valley Cabal.
f "CE are prepared to handle Gooda of all diiaerlp
9 tione at the lowest possible rates snd with the
utuiust despatch, (aaarJr Oeeiia ;rs a JeffHtt, flfoti 4
Cs., Lsncmtttr, Osia.) All Oeals consicnttd to me ,
shftll receire prntnptaiteution. at if for tranaliipment
win uc lurwaraea tne (atrkesi sr. a ny the cneapeet
Eoaaible mode. By atrlrrt atteutioa to business a
one to receireand meri' thr putror.njre oftb publloi
February S4,ltt. JlsFfHIfiS, WOOD oa CO- .
FAIIJIEIIS' LOOK to your INTEREST
Wauttd Immed iately, tVO,00O bash. Corn,
- 83.000 Wheat,
FarrkickrtriUftt tkt tlgkm mmrM arte, sasA
HAVING established ourselves In the prodoee ba'
eineas. Farmers can at all times sell us all kinds
of UraUi for the cash at market prices. Another ob
ject, we can weiarn your entire loud at one draught and
unload with ball the tune or any other v harcnousato .
Lancaster. As our plan ia entirely new. to all we la-'
vite investigation. . JbFr'KiKS, WOOD dt CO.
Lancaster, Ferbruary H, -a
W B ABE AGENTS FOR THE
Peacock's Improved Steel Plow,
Waranted ia all reapocts equal and i
some Superior to aa y other new in use.
tlnil has fa
factory has been In operation durfna; the Fast
yean, but for tha last few years their atton
s been eiven narlicilarlv to the Imtirovemenf.
of the Heed Mold-Board Plow. Any amount of Med
als, Diplomas dec, caa be ahown, but wa rely more ors
the reiorts of farmers from diiterent parts of tha
country, where they have been In competition. witb
other popular Plows, than we do on their being Jadg
ed by eiglitoreven a sticht trial at a fair. -
A large assortment of tbe different sizes constantly
on hand, wbich can be seen atour warehouse or by en- '
quiry atonr Book Store 4A!aio at., White's Block.
Kvpry Plow sold by us is warranted.
Feb.K,183J. JEFFRIES, WOO A Co,
BOOKS &. STATIONERY. -
n A VINO pnrchaaed the entire-atock At (he Boa-'
ton Book More, we bare already made tares adv
na thereto dc Intend toinerease the sane k of both.
Books oi Stationery. and keep constantly oa hand the
lanr"staud bent assortment ever Iu the county which
will be sold (for cash only) cheaper than can be
bonght at any Book Store ta Lancaster or vicinity
And what we say la l me.
To onr old Priendsand Cuatomere and fo the eltf-ic-n
of Lancaster. Pairtteidaud adjoinlnir tawjis snd
counties. we raspeetf ally rnvtie to call and examine
for theraeelven. . JEFFRIES. WOOD A Co.
Acontafor the tha Adama' Kxpreas Co.. Main as.,
Laacamor.Olilov .. Feb.W, ISaS-MS-
hew o AanxAaE shop.
r. C. DIKTZ
mmm TTTi BesPECTFrLI.T Infhrffia the ItI
r!'-- ' L J V of Fslrfleld county that he ba.
Ki? v recentlv put Hp anew Orrlaro Pbop,
xX-XlJ tmmtrl lt rmrtf Wkii.J It,
Jtarlum Sm. Oner JIUH, Iliwfr Ohit. where '
ha will constantly knp on hand and ' maosiactwrs to
orderaTery varUy !hi-)c in hwnno.
Tr-f7-frinrffoVa DB BhoVt BOtCtf. aiHt m'fH
arms. - V-i- la ISa-eji