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CITY OF LANCASTER.
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Vllo alludes to thuone cent per quire
bid of Ellis, and the subsequent payment of
full prico by Auditor JffrR8, ti lets to muko
us reeponsible for tlioso tilings, although
ha savs they happened boforu wi! Unci Hiiy
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Sillily IV UO WIIU CIIU pttJliaj III1U Kit': II lull-
grntulates himself highly on his cllortH to
bring these guilty parlies to punitihraout.
Exactly so, nnd how fur he will succeed
"5n making you responsible for these things
. .mi- . .i t..
lilt IlMIUWlllg BlUll'Ull Hi Will UlUBl unuuuill-
ecfly show: li will be remembered thBt
wfler having made a contract with F. M-
Ellib to print the Assessors' bhtnlis at
one centner quire, ONE DOLLAll was
nfterwnrds .etuitlly'-paid by Mr. Jkfkkiks.
, At that limo. Tuthill and Schleich, ware
arranging their plans to get possession of
the Eugle, and when the fact that "Elms hnd
received one hundred and forty dollar for
printing that he had ' contracted to do for
one dollar and forty cents came into their
possession, they immediately grasped it
like hungry cormorants and used it against
Ellis and Jeffrie, hoping thereby to
prejudice the public mind against Ellis,
curtail his business &nl force him into a
eale. By making good use of the capital
thus furnished against Ellis and Jefi ktus
they succeeded in accomplishing their ob
ject, and were snugly ensconced in the
editorial chair of the Eagle establishment.
Now that they could no longer use this
fraud to forward their own corrupt
political ends, they actually signed a paper
asking the Commissioners to pay Jiffrien for
this same printing, that they hud before pro
nounced fraudulent in order to accomplish
the downfall of Ellis, and that loo after
Ellis hud liven paid for this same work oni
hundred and forty dollars! This paper
asking the Commissioners to pny Jeffhiks
tiio above amount, and endorsed by Tmli
ill, Schluich Su Gruber, was also presented
us to receive our signature; but we refus
ed to pl ice our name to nnysuct infamous
document, nud the Commissioners refused
- to pay it on the grounds that the editor of
the Guicle would expose them.
And now, Messrs. Tuthill fe Schleich,
if it was such a very great sin for Jefhiieh
to pay Ellis ono hundred nnd forty dol
lars for this printing before you became
editor's of the Eagle, we would most re
spectfully ask by w hat system of ethics do
, you justify your advocacy of the payment
of this bill after you beoomo editors? It
you were really honest in your secret oppo
eitiou to the payment of this bill why do
you now petition the Commissioners to pay
u? If it was ' fraudulent then why is it
not fraudulent now? Or did you only de
nounce the "transaction" a fraudulent one
iu order to get up a fueling against Ellis
to effect a purchase of the Eagle? You
must confess your past and present course
in this mutter would naturally' had honest ;
men to helieve that such was vour sole
and sellish motives. Does not your pres
ent course most emphatically prove that
you were led to secretly denounce this
claim and these men for no other puipose
, tlian tocoiarol the Ohio Eagle. Whal jus
tification can you offer for denouncing this
bill at one time as a fraudulent one mid at
another time advocating Us payment?
Shame, shame on suuh contemptibly
low minded hypocrisy and dishonesty.
We scorn the men who woirld resort to
such foul and dishonest means to accom
plish a still more foul and dishonest po
litical end. The infamy they placed on
Jeffries, properly and jus:ly thould be
stamped on their own brows.
JtSTAficr acknowledging that he used
deception to secure his election, Auditor
Towson makes use of the following lan
gunge: "I havo only to say that I met duplicity
with duplicity for which sin I am sorry.
I do not oiler this as a jusliGcatioii, decep
tion in any case is wrong and cannot be
defended under any cii oumstauces, -though
1 Have those who speak from the sacred
desk, and those who partake of the shed
blood and broken body of our saviour, in
the house of God, as my guides and if 1
may be forgiven, I will siu no moro in
Truly, truly, we pity thee; but it is our
painful duty to prosecute our charges a
gainst you to their mial end. W e most
earnestly trust, however, that in your
next communication you , will not make
use of such 'sacrilegious and uncalled for
expressions as arc tmbodiod in tho above
quotation. . They aro . altogether out of
place, and' will only have a tendency to
sink you in the estimation of honest men.
You have endeavored, by misrepresen
tation and quibbling, to avoid a direct an
swer to the charges we have preferred a-
gainst you. We stated in the outset that
vou bad informed us before vour nnmi.ia.
tion by the American Party, that public
officers bad stolen from tho.. county Treas
ury while engaged in refitting the publio
buildings that they . would purchase
double the amount actually necossary for
tho work and appropriate the surplus to re
fitting their own and the private dwelling
houses of their friends. That after your
election you failed to make an exhibit of
these stealings. '. Now liovr did you know
that these officers peculated in tho man
ner above named, and if you Jo know why
do you object to making an exposition of
the facts? . '1 - 'v " . ;
This, sin, Was the ' foundation of our
charge, and your evasion of a reply only
involved you in greater trouble. Your
statement that w were angered because
you gave the printing to tho Eagle, and j
that you had "laid down a rule to purchase ..
no article for the county uithout first arer. the controversy now gingon bu
Uiining where it could be purchased the cheap. ! tween the editor of thii paper and the lied
est," wo proved to be false. For in the I Lo(,Se Clique, it in highly nercsmry the
very face of this boasted rule of economy
we proved, that you had actually purehus.
ed paper to the amount of more than double
the prin titigtWoiy?racertaining where
it could be hud the cheapest, and actually
paid a higher price than it could have been
furnished for, ,.
' ltccollect we are not calling publio at
tention to what you would do, but lo what
you have done, and all wo M-k is that you
c.puGue yourself to ihvpoinls at" issue.
These evasions and misrepresentations.you
will yet Hnd to your sorrow, will not bo
considered by an intelligent publio as evi
dence of your innocence.
In acknowledging your dupl'ity, sir,
you plead guilty to our first charge for
it was duplicity we charged you with, a
fact so well established that it was super
fluous on your part to mako tho most dis
tant allusion to the" fiet. It was, sir, your
betrayal of confidence that brought upon
you the execrations of every true Ameri
can, who saw that you had betrayed the
dearest interests of that party and gone
over, soul and bod v, to , tho Hud Loih'e
Cliquo a body composed of a set of men
dyed in political corruption, whom you
have not had the manliness to denounce,
although you pledged yourself to do so in
order to securo the office you now dis
Sraeo. Butsir, how can you, in the face
of this acknowledgement of a betrayal of
confidence on your p:rt, allow yourself to
reiain a position purchased by such in
iquitous means. Had you not better re
turn the thirty pcioes of silvpr and re tiro
into obscurity to hide your perfidy from the
sight of honest men?
But, sir, you have sunk so low in the
estimation of the public, that we look up
on it as an act of cruelly to pursue you fur-
tVr. Go, vile traitor go.and let the weight
of your sins rest upon your soul.
Thai ''Twelve Dollar Swindle."
TYte Eagle and Mr. Towson endeavored
in their last onslaught to make great capital
out of an error found in a bill of ours aiinst
tho Clerk. It is not our intention to take
up space in refutation of these -hnr"es,
further than the statement and affidavit of
Mr. Wkiout. Mr. Y.'right is so well
known to the citizens of tho county as a
man possessing in a pre-eminent degree
the character and bearing of an upright and
honest citizen that we deem any further
testimony entirely useless. As an evidence,
however, of the weakness of their charge
wo will cite the reader to a little incident
that occ urred, since tho publication of the
last Eagle, that places its principal ediior
in exactly the same poshiou he attempted
to place. us. On Friday hist, the day after
the publication of the Eagle, and while we
were employed in our "antiquarian re
searches" in the Auditor's office; Mr.Td
iiill, priiK-ipal editor of tl.ie Eagle and
Post Master, came into the Auditor's of'
lico vvr.h a bundle of postage
bills in his
in, that he
iianu, remarking, as he canio
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had a bill against us for postage. We con
vinced him, however, that the bill had
been paid and offered to show him a re
ceipt. He then turned to the Auditor to
eollect a sm;ill amount he had against him
for postage. But tho Auditor also had a
receipt that, the bill' had been paid. He
then went to the Clerk and presented a bill
fur postage against him, but unfortunalely
for Mr. Ti ruiLL tho Clerk had already
paid the bill. Now it is not our intention
in making these statements to get out an
impression that the Post Master entertain
ed the idea of making us pay twice for the
same postage. We only relate this to show
tho editor of tho Eagle how liable wo all
aro to make errors in our business transac
tions. All that can be asked in such cas
es is, that the error be corrected in time to
do no mischief. We never would have
mentioned this error of the Post Master
had he not so exuhingiy declaimed over
one committed iu the Gazette office. Wo
aro now through with this part of the con
troversy. Id will be remembered, too.that
Mr. Tuthill acts under the solemnity of an
JTEut that any other person than its
present proprietors, own a dollarof interest
in the Eagle is a lie and Tom knew ho
lied when ho said as much. Eagle
We stated that Governor Medill pur
chased tho Ohio Eagle from Mr. Ellis.
We made that statement on good author
ity, And we now re-iterate what we then
charged, and defy the editors of tho Eagle
to deny the correctness of our statements
They know that Gov. Medill purchased
the Euglc, and thoro are others who know
ho purchased it. They also know that the
most damning means were used to accom
plish" a union of the papers, and that that
union was consummated for the most de
graded political purposes, purposes when
exposed that will cause them to earnestly
pray for "oblivion's curtain" to hide their
political crimes from the scorn of all hon
est' men. Yes, gentlemen Gov. Medill
purchased the Ohio Eagle nnd you know
it. - For further particulars we refer you
to tho communication of 'oue who knows.
jCSTWe never knew before that it was
a crime to do right. Ohio Eagle.
. Nor did we; but if it is, the editors of
tho Eagle cau rest assured that it is a
"crime" they have never been guilty of
As evidence we Tofer them to their peti
tion advocating the payment of that one
hundred and forty dollar' swindle! And
if this is not sufficient please run your
eye over the column of figures headed
Thins Cofee Hrtucuili-rrl.
reBdt;r "bould keep sight of the following
Remember, That James W. Townon lias
totally avoided a reply lo our chargo that
he had, prior to bis nomination, declared
that certain officers had stolen from the
county Treasury while engaged in refit
ting the publio buildings.
llemewber, That in tho very face of hi
solemn and public promises to purchase lio
item for the comity "without first a ;er
laining where it could be had the cheap,
est," he actually purchased nearly sixty
dollars worth of stationery without making
any inquiiy as to who could furnish it the
cheapest, and actually paid more' than it
could have been purchased for.
Remember, That he publicly declared
that the stealings of the Red Lodge Clique
were "so Well covered up" that it would
be impossible to expose them," nnd yet
since that declaration wo have ourselves
exposed .nearly a thousand dollars of steal
ings by this same Clique, notwithstanding
we were to a very great extent ignorant of
the manner of doing business in the pub
lic buildings and consequently labored un
der serious embarrassments, which he
Would not have done.
Remember, That w hile we were engaged
in ferreting out the stealings in his office
he at first denied opening a package which
he was afterwards compelled to ncknowl"
edge ho had opened.
Remember, That . when the Ohio Eagle
and Telegraph were united, that the county
printing was raised from 37 J- and 50 cents
per quire to one dollar per quire, thus
throwing into the hands of its owners near
ly if not quite enough of the people's mon
ey to purcha.se the establishment.
Renumber, That tho "transaction" be
tween Ellis and Jeffries which Tuthill nnd
Schleich pronounced fraudulent in or"
dor to effect a purchase of the Eagle, has,
since then, and in order to unite tl e party,
been endorsed by thoso same nieu, nnd
the hundred and forty dollars which they
pronounced an ckmitigateo swindle, they
have since urged Jhe Commissioners to
Remember, That tho editor of the Eagle
has swindled the tax-payers of tho county
to the tune of nearly if not quite a thou
sand dollar?. .
. Remcmler, That these men who only
last fall denounced tho American parly on
account of its secrecy, as cut throats and
midnight As-nssiiis, are now banding the
fag ends of all.jiarties and Roman Cath
olics into nr, oath-bound political organ
ization to sustain the acts of secret plunder
on tho county Treasury.
Remmber, That the letter askin us to
put in bids to print the Assessor', blanks
was not handed us until it was too Hto for
us to do so.
iT-if-Wo. never hid for any kind of
blanks. Last. year, being immediately af
ter becoming proprietory of the paper, we
printed the Assestor's blanks without any
bid, and were paid for them and ail
other blanks we have printed for the
county Ei:vnxTv riVE cents n-n qcihe.
The manner in which the Eagle printed
the aforesaid blanks nt seventy-five cents
per qniro wai this: Th'-y attuully charg
ed the county ONE DOLLAR per quire,
as we have befotc stated: but when they
presented their bill to tho Commissioners
Mr. Petkus refused to pay it, and the bill
was finally cut down to 75 cents per
quire. At first the editors of the Eagle
refused to tale that amount, nnd wouldn't
receive nn order for 75 cents per quire
until they found tho Commissioners wore
determined to give no more. For several
weeks thev insisted on receiving ONE
DOLLAR PER QUIRE, nnd if wo are
not mistaken threatened to enter suit a
gainst tho Commissioner for the full
amount. This charge of one dollar per
quire was shortly after tho Telegraph hnd
agreed to do it for 37i and 60 cents per
quire. But the ' Telegraph had gone into
the hands of the Clique, and as they were
nevor known to do an honest act nnd true
to their instinct, the price of printing was
raised from 37 and 50 cents per quire to
ONE DOLLAR. If tho editors of the
Eagle deny this statement we can produce
the documents to prove it.
We never denied furnishing you
matter to expose this transaction. We
don't now; and wo nevor will. We never
knew before that il was a crime to do right.
Not if you dc right for the sake of right
and slick to it; but when you expose the
fraud of ode man merely to cover up worse
frauds of your own you can't rightfully ex
pect to receive much credit from honest
men. Il you were really honest in ex
posing what you termed the rascality of
Ellis nnd Joffries, how comes it that you
afterwards endorsed tho appointment of
the former to nn important publio office
and placed the name of the latter on your
Sag Nicht ticket at the Spring election.
But, in tho estimation of these men this
was only "a transaction" which they don't
deny having "furnished us matter to expose."-
But, npw that the "transaction"
is over, viz: To unite the papers and place
them under their control. They "advo
c'ato" the "payment" of this swindlo nnd
pronounce it "all right." If this is not a
fair specimen of geuuino and double dis
tilled rascality we would like to know what
is? The men they formerly declared to be
unmitigated scoundrels tbey afterwards
transposed into saints and boon companions.-
But it has been truly said that "birds
of a featber flock together."
It will b remembered that tht Auditor
poliuly invited u to examine the book )
fthd rmiiera in hi. officft. ami ufifv s,nr- i
paper, in bis office, and util our -
! .elves in regard to county corruption, and!
y corruption, and
hU .stance in
I preceded to .
Hli.il Lifi.lv ttf-rtn..rail U Lid n..iul.n.u i..
overhauling the docuiuenU
1-oritt.t 1uu in v! nf inn am)
examination, but the recetitlnn a nietlii i. . .f ,.i ,'. . , f ,
with thi hand. Wt mastmiufrM wa
any thing but encouraging. Our first cx -
am iiimuuu ww n wi'unvt;ra lillUl UI1I3 - - ....
d,e up in a package, for 1062. we ,lo V" -""" " t,,i chfl,rf f f
.. , " ' ,lowi ,N. 1 he error occurred lit the fob
caueu lor ancKHge oi u.u lor 1B62-3.
which wo found, we had not time to exam-
inc at that time, as it was already getting
lato in the eveninz- The previous exoeri -
ence we had of the character of those we
Were about to denl Willi, lllduceil lis In
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place several "private marks on thii lut-
ler bundle, so as to detect any attempt on
the part of the Auditor or others to make
way wr.nany ums mm u.igm, oe coniain-
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d in this taek". With this tirfeeamion
we left the office, and returned the next
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morning to pursue our investigation, call
ed for the packago we had marked the pre
ceding evening and proceeded to ascertain
whether it bad been opened during the
night. Our marks furn'shed us undoubt-
ed evidence that the package had been
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opened, and after a utile farther investigu-
Hon to ascertain that we were no', mistaken,
wo turned to Mr. Towson and asked him
whether the package we held in our hand tually lost mora than Mr. Towson says he
had been opened since the evening before. to swindle" the county out of.
.. ... , ., . . , ,r for the other jobs could not have been
Ilerephedthat.thadnot. We then re- cl,:irg(;,l, which would have made n differ
iterated our question by asking whether he ,.,..a aoaixst Mr. KLACuiiTia of the price
was curtain it naa not ucen openeu. no
said he Tras. We then remarked to him
that we were certain it had, as we had
placed private marks on the package which
gave undoubted evidence that the pickage
had been opened. lie looked confused,
and finally told us that he believed he had
opened it. We asked him what h.3 opened
it for. He replied that he was hunting a
bill which he did not find. We then
asked him what bill he was hunting. He
replied that lie was huntinga bill of Dr.
Kreider's for oils and paints. We asked
him whether it was for a bill of oils and
paints used in "refitting the Public Build
ings." He replied that it was. Then we
asked him when il was that the public
buildings were rclittcd. lie replied that
it was in 1849 or 1C50. We asked him
whether he was "certain" that it was in
the time above specified. He replied "yes.'1
Then we asked him why it was that he
looked over a package of bills for 3
to find a bill for 1849-60. He replied that
the bills were frequently scattered, sotl:at
it was difficult to tell where to Hnd them
that they became disarranged in overhaul
ing Ellis' accounts for printing. Hero the
Questions. Why was it that Mr. Tow-
son lirsl denied having opened thai pack
age, nnd would he acknowledged l nviii-r
opened it hnd we not had "proof of the
fact? Why did Mr. Towson slart out in
search of that bill on the "stippo ition''
that "it had been mislaid?" Is it not nat
ural tosupposo that he Would first look fjr
the bill in the package it properly belong
ed? Vet Mr. Towson told lis that he
couldn't find this bill and that lie had no1
looked in any OTumi package, and was
unable lo say where it could be found!
This, reader, is the encouragement and
assistance we received at the hands of this
self-styled honest Auditor, which, per
haps, is only another evidence of his "du
plicity!" Perhaps Mr. Towson can ex'
plain how Mr. Tuthill managed to draw
nearly three hundred dollars out of the
Treasury "without bills!"
iC-iT"Tho editors oflhe Eugle say they
hnd in object in view when they put in
their bid of fifteen cents per quire. Ga
zette. Most certainly we hnd. Nothing more
or less than to prevent it going to the Ga
zette office. Eagle.
We would again nst whether it was nec
essary, in order to accomplish that object,
thntyon should keep in your possession the
letter asking us to bid, until it was too
late for tts to make a calculation of the
nniount of composition and press work nec
essary to do the work. How did it come
that the post master, who is the principal
ditorof tho Eagle, brought that letter to
our ojjice and told us its contents befcre ice
had opened ill By what system of Leger
demain did he ascertain its contents?
How did it come that he did not, ns is us
ual with him, place that letter in the Ga
zette box in his office? How did it come
that the aforesaid letter laid on his table
for the Bpace of nearly, if not quite forty
eight hours, time enoughtto have gone to
Cincinnati and back? We again nek by
what system of Legerdemain did he ascer
tain its contents'! How come he to lay it
on his table which was in tho opposite di
rection from our box?
Wilt the editors of ther Eagle inform
the public the amount they claim in that
"one hundred and forty dollar swindle;"
as they seem deeply interested in its pay
ment they can perhaps give some light on
the subject? How much of a "retaining
fee" was given to secure the professional
service and unsurpassed eloquence . of
Patrick Henry, jr.. iu urging its "merits'
before the Board of Commissioners?
Having made the one hundred and forty
dollar swindle purchase the Eagle, can
these gentlemen reasonably expect to pur
chase the Gazette with a twelve dollar
It ia stated that the Know-Nothings have
altered a portion of the Declaration of In
dependence, making it read thus: "Life,
Liberty and tho pursuit of Irishmen and
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to tiii; riDLIC.
1 Ia t!ie 0Lio E u o( , wetfc j
n article froru Au Jitor Too in which
U charge. M,T S. 8UMn with.n
an article froru Au Jilor Too in which''!". ' 2,??- i1ou'' 9'5J f" ,,.rro,;
I.M f'lifirrrot Vl . r S Ki iiiufinti ..l..-.!
,7t i . 1 1 f u ...uniLH n i. ,ii I . .;.:..
jan eror of twelve dolUr. with an intention
' Now when the fad, J titt'' "JY; " :, Z 7' ,Ba,
icae aro known it will at om-e beeen how:;;,. ' I
i.-,, msnner, I Krn sup-rinterident of!
jtlie business depirtmeutof the tiaaette e.
j '"blisbinent so far as relates to the Job
1 Wo:lil n,al"J memorandum of the
mount if all the Job Work done in tho of
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' T-,. In::, c1lBrr. rm Clerk's nriiit-
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: ing was taken in bv me, done by rae, nud
thu memorandum. It was
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i v VF nvin,B vt ikiiiu", nun ni it uint
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the piper for a viamr or blaxw w,
VUr DOWN TOCiETHIiR Oil Several OreaslollD.
ana in making an entry or the amount wet
j lead Mr. Si.AL oiirnt M liMiere that the
i wholo amount wm intended for the -Ierk.
fve been connected with the printing
business f jr near thirty Tears, and would
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state that such mistakes are of frequent
occurrence, ami had not the error been dis -
! covered Mr. SLAuaiiTKit wuiild have AC-
oi seuing up mo lorms.
ilr. hLACoHTKtt w:is as icnnrant of the
amount of work done for Hie Clerk's office
as A XV 0.VK EXTIUELf tt.it'O.NMJCTKD WITH
tub Gazette kotapi.ish m km, and knti ati.r
I'EI'ENUl.D OS MV MKMORANUI'M, WHICH
riiVritviii tup ri,nir W, ttii.l-.. i.i. 1,1. I . Ill
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i in'ii ne preseuieu me ui.i ne ceiieve:! ii
t (l til Tn.rft.i-t ! V pinri.t anil tr,.i uu I...'
asceriiiincd the fact that an error had been
commuted ho immediately sent for the bill
to have it corrected, whi.:h was done bv
i r'' $( ring to the original copy nnd nseer-j
state that some of the items in the bi
poken of, waj by me called by their
wrong title nnd so entered on the memo
randum. 'J'llE F.RROH WAS IN THE A1LMO
UaNDUM AND WAS NOT IXTKNTIOXAL.
JOHN' H. WKKJIIT.
Sujicrintendcntofthe Gazette Job 03icc.
Tin; State of Ohio,
The Cmr op Lancaster, ss:
Personally appeared before me this22i.Ii
day of April A. D. 18.05. John II. Y.'right,
who being duly sworn, according to law,
deposeth and snub, that the ittatements,
contained in the foregoing article, in re
ference to the printing of bl inks for clerk's
oflic, and the way in which the mistake
occurred, are true to the beat of his knowl
edge and belief.
JOIIX II. WRIGHT.
i Sworn to and subscribed before me
this twenty eighth day of April,
( A. D. 1G55.
SILAS A. HEDGES,
Mayor of the City of Lancaster.
ir-'-Well, he replied, I would not ive
the number of quin-s. 1 would either s;iy
so maiiv blanks, or just "to priiitiiH'." and
the y would not know whether it was two
or ten quires.'
We iind the above precious morsel in
the Ohio Eagle, which they claim as a
declaration made Ly us in conversation
with one of the editors of that theot. Now
the above statement is either true or false
We nuhositatingly pronounce it FALSE,
and challenge the editors of the Eugle to
i before a Justice and maka Affidavit to
iU truthfulness. If it is tmu ther call ll.lVt
no objections to take this step. If it is false
let ivfumy brand the perpetrator oflhe
itrllo did the job under that bid, and
afier it was done, Auditor Jeffries paid
him fall price This we regarded as wrong.
The Eagle we could not command; for its
proprietor was implicated in the wrong.
li you regarded it as wrong then why did
you afterwards sign a petition that was pre
sented to the Commissioners urging its
payment"! Come, sirs, it wont do !o spout
such nonsenfc and hypcriticalcant to an in
iTiTlf the editors of theEagle made
a printing establishment out of a "one
hundred nnd forty dollar swindle," how
much can thpy reasonably expect to make
out of a "twelve dollar one?"
What per cent will the editors of the
Eagla ask to collect that twelve dollar
swindle? It is reported that they collect
surdi accounts to a charm!
ftp HE urv.eMtpned, liKvinf rvconlly fitted up room
5 in Mui'tiii's row, iiiiinetliiitel)- uitijor t ln Olilo
Kiiiflu Hrlntinc OlUro, am! ono duur north of the Pont
(Hike, uioul repotfully hi vile public i.tteutloii to
UtuiroxlmiM.vu suit wellaclecU'il stock of Com fertio'
nriM, con-tint hie nfcnndien 4f tlilr own iTiauufncttire,
hkkii uiiy wniiciut wnoieiitiio ami reiiiti irtot!t.
Krmoii OrnntrR KiirvKnlNoiiN.latritv
I irM Quality Uita ba Winn nttrt Air,
Tobacco I'igar A:c, Ac.5 cutistantty kojit
V nre also flttlnaruptH fine style fnm Tjid.et1 Sum-nx-r
Sulo(ti,tlio rotm fuTiiurt orruplcd h Pr. Kisn,
wliero tho refntubmuiiU of tl.ewnson win !? in roadl
neHUHtHllluMini. HKNLV ii L.DABAUGU.
jflr IM 1155 Nff. 4ft t-f.
DEY GOODS AND CAEPET STOEE.
JOS1X SMIIXIIO & CO.
No. 12, ICatt Fonrth Street, Ciucinnnti, O,
V KSPECTKULLY Inforni tlinlr enstnuvn and pur
5 V rliHuor iri.tTnlly, tlint Ihoy art) now open. u an
cxluiiiive and coiuil.uaMortii'nttf
FANCY AND STAPLE
ENGLISH, ritESCH, GESMAN ft AKEEJCAH
aar - ssss9
ADSOt FOKKtON AND AMERICAN
03 CP OS CP 5JE 52f C 9
Imported direct from Manufacturer. In Kuronn. and
purchased ut suctioo In Now York, wliicb enables uj
to otror our xod ibis Wunon ml a bout Eastern tutpoT
Urs nnd Miiiiufnctunra prices
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
Tlmronithly aeaaonod.from i to tM foet In width; large
aiiii-a di.ij. "n iinu'i.
FumilieS. ilotot Kecnera. Sloamhrkai nvann and
olrauporj Diay dope nil upon ItadiBg His bat rlaas of
trxodstn on tin at prlroa at lo ullior run lie lur-i-liax-d
in tlio Euitrrn clti.. M anil W. !MJ-3inJ6
taming the true amount, and was corrected V - 'uVi i?",- "r u ''i u . " LiV,-' -5 r.-m,, ,l,;..r.,...,iii;,.f ...
live or six d-.vs before Mr. Towso.v made Vkxt. '."wi b, WTulr V l'' V -". ,u A"
his charge in the JJagW. 1 would alv, ;r,t""..?
Gaxkttx Office, My 3J, lfiSo. Our
, Ration, this morning are as follows:-
'rn ' ''""' ,T '
' . . v.t- . ' -o,
0lB' - n
S.C.O; .S..ips, 5,ttCc: Coffee.
I o,00;,. Tp' T ' ; . . I''. 40
ATiEWT:OIIT. S WOULD.
CARRIAGE b BUGGY MANUFACTURER
I M'breiiMg streH,
fS now filfirliic fhi.
bi.m o.k'Kii' oirm,ii ior uaulv. dnraiiii.tv m.j i
'' 'I""'m u,,y il.li t fi1e kliM i.'n,rllrriJ in tlii.
el"i"'f Ohio. Hll,r -)CUK4 lb. Mtlm ul
i"Tv,ii'in ii) udi'. nnfiiir rurri rTTlCrit ol Ilie
jm..tkcvo-i.,ii.!,e.i wummifii. i i. ic i., enmp-t
I aarr.ufJl f,. rm.
cJl,rrIf m piMIPiaii tt BWBiM .tocLbrU
, njrcu.iiidjf Hto)iibfcir
: - v H i.Hi.oVr,.,.re4 lo Pr,.d Trfm w,.rk
H l.al.ovn-lre4lo Prnaf siid frin acr rrirk
. . . . . . r . . -
wi.li d..i.., m ru.Hf rti-.,,.,,, tirm
V w ViiLTl"ri0
, ITH ( 1
; .t r.iru
! rUOlr Ti InutillltC,
I- , .,. ... v i.ws.
i kb(m.-ii'm oVi,i :' :
p"" ! ' 5
?f.nl f lock i s
pu.,,in. Fn.i : j
1 JJlVl.K'J," '
illtie l)euoilsf, :
: : : : 1M.123 ii
JOH.t r. WPAVKF. Vreridrnt.
A.C. WoKTIIl.NOfo.V, Cliitr.
LITXX.K Ac DaKSilAlII
STAi"iK& r.i. v Vitv coors,
Groceri(M, Quceiixware IIul-, Cnp-,
BOXvkti. P'fOTa. Mr.f. aM r.rrit a0 T.nwptniC,
MA1X iTKHET, I.ASCAKTKK, OIJlo.
TTOtj't.l) r-.-.(H;lf it!yiiiTH.! lli-i ll-r.linn nt-rfry
f lnwiii l,i l.ir laruan.l well uiiorU-'J l-irk uf ,
SPIUN'G AND SUM M EH GOODS,
ahivl. hn lwn i!-Mt"i ikilli tare, ni,4 lie u! J
iultll.me.lupric. - i.
' J5. ?Mi.'J:'i3 Zi&ZiZilt'Jl
Vain .Strrt. 5i,il do,.. I.ant of Clj'J lloUi,
Lanualr. Ala. a.
Fn'e of ."iJurWet Stn!
tW Bii.-a.Ltf -.r. u, ,..,d Ir. oal. al Hie !.- .,1 It...
viw nil v a "cTinr "
Tl sT "!"? (l 01 Mi.Ii. Stro.-I. Ben;. op-
x 3 l"'t Keher, Kcti At C-j't Dry UtU
r? in u urn, ir
. . . . ... ... ( AHllill'.l ilMlr.llilll 1. linger .1. uirMirnlM uul. .l.nuJ
Qi 'f-r-Lirur nrr r a r c nju.nriMu s ta .trmi ;ir in tii runipii-
Uc-ENjWAPX, GLASsWAr.tjm, lu tr.u.wct b.m tH of i::atirucc. In tL
f'ijri vV W Uirf a.').
X ''T'llJ' vhU'h wit I he noM Iw nt hotuU
v-'r. a,"l "ttiil- M'hni aii'i tlie j.ubik- lire
l-J t.' r-ll mni ozaiuu.
my ';. it
ir.: from 7 t' 9
Lniita'u-rtaj.r;i J2( liJ U
VI1jI.ESa:.E & tTAlt lil'.OChl: DhALEK IN - M " -
rionr, Bacon, tui, Snlf, Tar, Cortl;i?i-, Of the Scmi-Annuai Matciuciil oflhe f
In inrt, Ulnvkuarr, Stmii; A Vrnd- fair nntl coadition of the ilouie Inau'
eii V...rt-, Tobaccos, MinSl. t't mrce Com pan y of the City of 'w Yorky
gar-., Jj f MuVfs, t rniti, s. on liie 30lh day of December, 1J..
tium Ac, &r. Uiitutieeof .Vaaeia on 3i.ik Jui,e
OSY. lUmr hm ;( htrhuntn ltajik r Marttu & Co. ' nilnu'.l llitt .lut. 873G.O';9 Co
.M;iln lrirt Luli.a.tr. Ohl", invito Uie stln- Suti;'''t t auuilrji I.Mara tlicn
lion ot lh tl-cilijiTiu ..r Fatrf'.-M aid a.ij.!u';i z couii. utn.'-ju'luil uml ratiuiiitcn ul
lit-.t.) Ui.ciit-in.v,- jtotk i.i, liand. lie la .r pareJ j M. a purtiun of hii
I , -':ll r,m th rnil.r. , .it 1., t:io t-.!titl.jiii.in's t-n I liaa .'. .IJ.
'Iiouanixl Joliar. and l-t a !- a nJcr jI'.o.J it.-.uoJu,i'l . 0-"uei Kcui,d cl.iiln,rt duclar
lotai.j li..u; ui.U'.r.ellMui. j eii J.lu July, a j,ur ccut 40.W0 CO
1". ti. Hum.? taicfti tt: mop 5r.1e.I1 i.f I'll- .Miri;-i- ' Ce.0Tt 90
lw.u,'i, Ld sl-.cUtf.l it w ul. nverv-vark-l; '.1 lr'.'.erli.p, I Income
l'r. in'j.i.a .Vr all of u bi, li i!! 1. -.1 .1 at Hie .niu! , Amoniil of premium on
i,r;, r. t:i'?-'. nl h M.tin -lr'-et .lion, fie would I I oht..'s i,.ud Uurii.tf
, j..L I-, liiq tariuefTliHl iii.iuv -e:.ou will bt, pre -
oai ci iv .u j. i'.j iiit u. i.i. an a.u.i, 01 i. no h-m,
lo tlioi Uml i.-h lo oj,i?ti lii nc.oLiil.
b.-ii:k on j'nir i,a,:on or motiey, rr imc year, credit
i-ai.i.-L.ier, . .r-1: r---j Juiso.
pup.iiy u ivsxi.i.'nn.
WilOLEs.'.LB AN U RLTA1L lJEALliHS l.t
.'tKfoeriL Kuli'i Old Stand. M&tuS'.recl,LaUr. I 1'"" uic'ntlii 1I-.VS5U
I KSi'iiL'TKl'M.Y .j!i.lt tl.e attention of all Ital 1 Aiuoui.l paid for eipcr.aja. tu
i ti in ij a ai.l CrtK-erie... lo lli-ir nvw nnd tare sloek , vlu'liHt i.oinu.i..oi.a to ;.s i,t4 dj.j. c3
;i. t.'.i, oli:lrr.riiu. ii, .;u t tu fo.towii.tf u:ii. l.-a: I AhikM of taxca pa.d drtr.,
J.H A and lii.) COl'Kia.. Voiin; Hyauu, Imperial, j liie Jeor i.'JT.l 47
' I. ...... ..I , ,,i....:....i r:..i,t... u. ...... l,. ...
h 11:111 iriinpoH' uwr lt.tl Urieio.a MU.IK,
! House f yrnp. .e Otlmr Mola- r Hit. u'ruBgi-i,
I I j ...:.:.... A . .; o
ed HA.iS;U.-u-l livu Uol.ii,a Sai'rageiM.eeaeClnvea,
pii--s. Soup.; I)e sin!!i; C'r.udUa, luod, Uiicl-gu.
VV'aili nrutrdh, Broottt.. eve.
Alao. u line lot o! ( 'HKWIXrt TOBACCO. Smoting
Tol.iieco, Port'iirri and Dorue-lle Liiiors.Noiioli9. Arc.
e lefl adAiired Uiat all who may favor na wtllin
full will uol jro auny dis,ali'-li -d iii gur pril-ea ert.a
ll lliBV should not he Itidur-ed tolo.iv.
- P. S. In a lea-.Uvi. wc m III hare LAKK
H. (,'lll .MilV FKODUClv laScn In e-tlnince Jot
Gnserie.. PEKIiY o. y. lLLc.it.
l.iii.'uilcr, A pril S, Jf55 18
CAKROI.l. MILL COMPANY.
THE tiloikholdrrs In th Carroll H.'ill Company am
notified to convene at Carroll on 7Vu.iA yrk
itu) uf Mat uctt, at luo'clnuk a. m. In elect FIVE of
tlielr niliul-er to diri-ct tbe nffairi nf the Company,
for the torm.pecifldd iu the net recruT.it'r? manufac
turing eonipaulaa. HKXKY SCHWARTZ,
THo'l.M JIOI .MhS
MX US Ho!..Mi:s.
Carroll, aprll IS, 1CS3 Curporoion.
CHEESE! CHEESE!! CHEESE'!!
J7.G:.1S!!. Dairy and Grinville t'liee-c foralp l.y
1j npril la, lrji VVM. OiA.Nl.
FISH! riSH!! FISH!!! riSH!!!!
JKF.KH nrrWal of Fish, Mackerel, Wlilta and J;.lt
1 Fiall furK-Je br Wit. CIA.S1.
jjanraiLT, ttjjni iy,
DHYI'O Pntrliosnnd Applri.,iit nvr-lv-td
and fur -lo lj ILi.lA.'J C1A.M.
S I'C AIS C'urrrl Ir-ft fSoa', Eologna .u
aufTt' and H.u.f Tftiiir':e lor.le tiv
' Laiicaatur, Aj.rilli, U-ii lu4U V.'.M. C1AM.
OU.iX. r,s nnd Lr:nons, alinclnijuel re
ceived and f.ir a;. If !)' wliol boxi'i mid rti:ll lT
Luucuilir,.liiril W, 155 lni-rS W.M. GUM.
JT.Vl,IX TTncjironiSfKodaand Butt jrCrnck
ora; larx" frtsli Kiini in tiuarlur, hitlf mid w bola
buxoi; fn-ah Fts, Hiencb itnd German Frunt?.., Al
moudv. Knclitib Wiilniit.. Pc.iuntautUi' pricsl.y
Luuuuuir, npril W, leA't 1iii4 W M. lilAM.
CfWFFEr, Teas. Ac A ftric lo cf Hio and
Jata Ci'froo, Ynuiifr lljaon and Iiuierlal Teof Now
Orle.-ina Sutrar. erualn-d and iulveririd; do.; 'ew Or
lenn Mulaueii: Mar Candlea and ntr kinds of Faniilj
Grocurieain orery demerit. lion by
Lancuslor, aunt f, iiii4 TVM. CIAXI.
yfAJN'DlFS. A Ursoand sniarnno Mock of an
j klndaof CandiPK. whnlt-anleaaJretnll lj
Xanraator, aprll IS, IS.'iS lm VM. GIAM.
WOOIIand Willow IVare.auch naBnvls,
Tuhs, a hirirn lot uf Work and fancy Baikota,
WurkManda,Ourrlii;re, rite, for sulu lT
Uineasier, april li, IKM lino GIASl.
Gca. W. MacElroy.
Attorney and Coiinncltr.r .t Lnvr aud
OFFICE Coiiiicll-a Rem, J doors aouUi of Uic Poal
Laikrstor, Ohio, March 15, 1P3.5 !S
A Tcnchor AVaiitcd,
TO tnatrnrt tho enlorod fnulb of the city of Lancas
ter. Apidlcatloa maybe nindo lo
JOHN WILLIAMS, Sup-I.
of Public Scbouls.
Lancaster, April 5, lFi3 13
arroRiftr xyo cotmiLioR AT L4W, LiiirisTtri, elit
WTrTII,!, praelleo tntha Courts of Kalrfluld and ad
Vt Jointnir counties.
Ilo niaT.bo found durtns bulinesa hour at tho nfffes
uf II. II Hunter, Ei. mar tfl, ICO I .
STATEMEXTOF Ti!E COXDITIOX
6TAR INCUTANMr k.v
or i nit
C , A. tot 4,y ,f ,Ett4r, mSi xf
' Eii H ttoIlull ". tnj lu,
Hi . M.jUw
L , .....
vnrlli UouIjU lh sum tot bHUm
Mine If nitHtr'lt-d
4lh. Kill rvrvltJiLi uJ tri-t-Mancc
&ili, 'rr.ro Kuriiilur. (..ate tuui.ntlj
tin. Inisrci ui, uiiniJ, vi inu.Uil
Ui. Uuuuiiiiliiijr prurMluiMt
fill. iUlatirtf iu Aiecui hiud4rsrtt4 itin m
lh cuuip.nl ,tH i,o Lu,.). ,r iHkot i i.-U.'l.,.-
SuloMuvllvikd and dua '
i L'j .i)uu-a n. i.ol du I, ICS CO
I lujwii smtinf luitlK-r )rfc -
! ,'"K "-""U I itutnf.wiy or ; .u.
T,.!K"'"' , ..
liter clnlfaai'ii;it lUU Ci m(iy
ii.i Ukuu li. aid v oite rlk In JtMitn fhti
i lttT4 11 i !!e 'i '!''' r
iu.uri.-Jif: ai out utwkk-
J'""''-- nulljli.a lw.J.Li vM litilf U
inn in aiiw iDit tli't.
,v lur hi uiikuci iu vv ii
.rw ' ,",,!-e "ul
I b,f Li,jr,,,r finis ui .i iwftflJ and flltl li
i j(.t) a ti hj ii. u. i-wiijjt, fconrwr.
SetttUri ..f:h.-.SU.r li,.bfj,'t i ,int ti,i.rlb'
I turn Hio,i.ud ImIiik ll) sori . uiu uriitrm mi.a ml liu.1
l,u i. ...,.. k... . ..t.. . .1 r ...i.. i. . ...
Ul'-"l'd I) uini lii lru t ni.l, a lii iLi tcl ul ul
4.il,9 rf "uwluiliru i..l bcln-l. V. Ill 1 1, ju.n. ul fcM.
fiUMI f fiT4'.-E U,- j;W VOKK, tl. l.aA-rl.fU tOl.llt),
15 I 1. urfl l. Wlii.lu , Cl-j.-k l lliu ( toui.g arurtt
! .33 V. ' ''' 1,10 ""lur tlnvinc clMffc'. Ir. l.. ur Ml
,,.,,-,, ul llie ru.iltof J-iJ. m., I ,.,,ii-pi f ul,l cuunti,
:lkirbjrrtifj ibx Ui m.r ti.iun.xo u-muj f
fyiu t ' Ofilui,liir!i,lililijii il i i :i i ul 'ilia mid muriyi'tr
Jl.:3 CI I auruf M i.ii.i.-f a. .(-.lillfl In iuf
JrtJO 57 ' r'irntar rcrtitruU. tffitir itv- ft! Auuli. IrW, ftu4
nie'i intueonu'? or Hit .Uidilur ul Ilia Slut or Ohio
on ufiiueumtere4 rul ralulu irr nlU i-niil'. ttial tt il
U'4MMl'il uf M.t lt;a ll.uli out huburt1 U ll.UilHahU ll'lj.
lum , limmlcd of lh ll'l ' .Ulnti In li.r all furmui1
c.-niDvttl'.' t.,-wlt: douuU llu ,mu riKfrliiKeil llid M-
mrml, tafi'i iSnt thu .nine i.ru i;t l,r, w) u.iynod uf iuJ
euKilK-rtd iielij lit, rwtr.x. ,if t: oliu neart.
In w ili.ca a rtrri-ii. J bav fie.-cloaul tuf
I. t. hauil aii'l uum.d luu setl of WJ CulMl)
lr.is.tbda) ul J.l.uary. Itii.
. . V l.NSLUW, tUtk.
CEHTI F1CATK OF At'TIIOrtllf .
(Tt i-BlA;i4( ia) tf Jilf, 1f;i.)
'tat. or On:o. Ai Anna nr 8tit" Omra,
Wnrnt.. Tlis Kur liuun-i m uu j,. i.j ImutedT at
Of I n.ijurtli, Iu lh Slate ul .Sen Vur. h. lld In
, "'"'' "ru Ut -inci.l of louultioii, a r.rsuir'
I e J Ii; llie Ilret c-li)ii of llii. "Act to ruvulato ttiw
j Am.. iti uf iu.iiraiicu C'u.iiiaii!ci. i.'.t u.coil'Ortlud ti
lllv .'V..11! .H IfllM.. IIU..CI. 1. I..l:
A m. '.i iiLUKAt. ..id Cuii.ii. it) nx furWhit.l tha wn-.
r-:j.,.-.l. .:,l:..f;;i l.,ry ; HJci.i-,: t'.at it la i M,-cd of
:it U: hun.lr.Ml tli'jUMM.,1 dollar oTui-utal Capital
I lit l- -T d ill .tru-k , uf lit )ff::.l j.i.r t:.i'm', or Id bvl.d iir
iiof trfci,e uf ai,iuci:ui S.-red real i-.tste or:h dutfuitf
II. c hi.. 1 for ii:i !i i lie m. ne i, i:;orig;.ii'd.
AtnH'ntsru S'iid rjon.f. ii.t ha III'..! iu tllt.olfv.
. . , . , . , . . , .. ,
i Z," ' "'J . '"7 "' l-
C r'"" -v:g alt cl.irrr of
1 Vfw J In i.ucuau.eoftLe first '.'Hinii f
! ' nol i.or,orur'l b; tit M.tf wf Oh.u," yu&d
i j, ti4 1, William 1. Mohoax AuA.iut of
: S'.ae, J b.;r i.j ot-rtif;. tin.; tl:P jaM VIHXiAM y.
I li Hie untrl the thirty find Cuf :t July, in tb yr
1 wiijr Uk lt-Vy ni poire red wn to 1J9 by iU Jotlwof
; t"ii,lK.:r.t, bitd the ioarurtioiiA whi-cii uujj bv gUeu lit
uin t li.e taxii coinpnLy.
j fur a ttti
I i 1 ri v iiEfc.,r, 1 ht I. remit 9abwrfTvd
j to be affix i.J. tliii iiLi uy (jf Kjbrur. iu
' L. 1. lint yearofotir Lni one tuuuMfttl e(t.l
j itrfd aifl OIU -t!u.
l, JCd J 1.. V. A,AUUilir
I I'A. TVx m i'fc . .
I tue la.t ii nitha Si.ttDC 13
imimuim uicuiiuiu uu
i rantvno poim-iea i;i.a
i Anion.' ufiuteroat afrr;:
t eu ai..! earned lor als
j miii.tii- in.m Drat July
lo liral Jaimur)
15. 3 UU
li. Lursi mr of...
! Amoutitjnrc8i,aid tftrrii. li.e
' "0"d '" Aiorliea. (beinc
HM lein on Keal lau.t.-j d-K.SWue
Loutia on str.cka tiakl.iv' ou
UPmaiuil 353.1.10 Ml
Ili a! Hsuu 5o 4 Wull 8trett
tine ollioe) 01
Xoiea received for Premium on
! ofilre 1-uriiiiuM aud vcr,uul
Inland risk 15.W9 17
lnleresi dne and unpaid to Jan
uary Urt J4.3:ii M
Kalaliee in llar.'la of bp.iiti an
in colir.e ol t;aLainia-oi. fioua
Hfrei.l. ii.cW 17
Frelutunm due Autl uneollai tcd
ou i'ulieira i-aned at olLce l."DIJ SO .
A mount of tosaea incurred and proceaa of
a-ijutiner:l 3CS.iM 29
An.ount of linea reported on blch no
at'lion liaa been taken U41T6 49
Amount of claims lor loasva reuti:d liy
tire compnii) 7.CC0 fO
CHARLES J. .'JAKTIX, VlWr-rcalaaut
i York, tel.. IriJ. A. r. W IU.M A ill II, occy.
Slatx of Kt" YoSM-Chy ofew d.li.aa.
Clinrioa J. Msritu, I'ice ircaidt'iii, i i.u Arthur P
W ditiiaitli, S.-erelary ol thu limine inuri Lou. pa
lly, b'.-ihiievor-lly iv,-.i;. do d,'ponu arid .uy thai lti .
fcrego.li jUiU'tuclilof tile :.t.ai-aai.d luuli.Uou of aaid
, c ujipanj ( . r.-e. 1 him i; u j.
L II A Kl.iJS J. M. RTIS. V. PraaidfM.
All'tillit 1. UlLUA;.'llLk...r..!.,.
Tal.cn. sut.enlviIai:o vr,rli In bc'fi.rtl m lltla X.;U
da) vt February, A. l'i Ir-.r-j Mni-4
I., s. .. wau.-iii msrkiit,
Cmuiuiasioqer In 'oik f ir liie bale uf ubio
certificatl: uf AtiTiionrrr
(To expire on ili S!t .lay of July, 1ZS
Stats o.' Ouio, Atonoa ur Nt.tk's lirrics;
.t'uM-Matt. ArU 16, 1I-J5.
VS htreii. Tin- II'Mi,.. lii..irai:re Coiupan), located1
atfJew Yoik Cili In lb.: Mule of New York, baa filed
in U.is onlro a au urn aiatemeni of It. condiiion, na re
quired by t'lo lirjt Bv'ctiou orilie'Air lo regulate. Ilia'
asenciea of li.9ur:.itre ( otiipanlcii' r.ot iiicori-oraled'
by tbe Male of Cliio,"' parted May I, irii: ,
And Vl ai ... feaid tumpuny l.a- I'urui.lied iho on
driKned. ant.ali morj rvulrm r Hint it Ik ao.'.wd of
at luual one huudrrd UiovmhI dullani ol acluoleapital
invested in storks of at lrnit par raluo, or iu bonda or'
monirajres of uniiienmbred real estate worth double
tbe ainuuiil for vbleh tbe amo ja i:.onat;ed:
Axd WHsac.a, Said company bus filed iu Ibis office
a whiten lutruuiei.t, under il. rorpuruk soal, aisrued
by the PresidentandHerretnrv ilivreof.i.ominatiuir and
appninlluicWlU.lAM P. L'HfcKU, of Lanrsntor,Tts A
(Ti'iit fortlielrnnaaelionof the bli.inaa ofdra lnnifaaee
and fully rk unn .ervedly aiillioriLinp biin lo ackuonl
cdiro service of nroce.a for dc on bebaif of said eoiupa
n,coniiei.iiiiir luat .en ice of proceHS -uion liim, tlie
st.id street, alnll be tti!.en and Jield to be aa valid as if
sen ed upon ili'. c oinnHiiy.accotriirijr to tbe. lum a of ibis.
Slate, orofauyollifcStiiU;. aud tvaiviny all claim of
error by reuvin of jtiitb aervke.
S'ow, Tucasroaa. Iu pui-niauer of the first section of'
tl:e -net to rcclili-te the Lfnvieaof loan ranee Comna-
nioa not mwrpornied by tV stnre ofObio," passed
May I, 54, 1, iVn uia 1). .VniruAit, Auditor of snid
Sn.te. do hereby onif. llial tbo said WIUdASt P.
CKKEH i.!anlh..riji',l ni:,n;-nl for Ibo said louifs
uy, lo lraliart till- bealHaa of Urn iiisoroiice. In tbis
Sluto, until the lliirty-rlrsl day of Jnlv, In tbe year
one ibniivind elirltt kuiiilredai. I Mty-dve. an far a he
amy be legally eiirpov tirod so to .lo b) bin letter of ap- .
Cointiiieni.and tlm iiiHTUclletia wbieb inaybes;tTOii li
im bv tlunnid cooipuny.
lx WnstM WnitHLor, I hnv Heraiiuio subscribed
my namo, and i-htim'-I IT.e sial of my office t'
be ujltcd. tblBli;n day of April, iu the year'
L. s. of our Lord one tbounrud etjrlit hundred andr
ariy-llvo. tVLLlA.V 1). MUliGAK, Aud.
May. ie.K 3ufl9
E MO VAL
. tft. fi.- KAYMUXP,
HAS removed lilsnfflee and rcldenco lotbchooW
foroiorlT occoplcd by Mr. Sbutt. a fow doors I a.s
of Uio Eafle Prlutlun OlBea.vberu tin m ill bo fnusd at
sll ttues uoleMuhwut on pror-wiioii.il burinvs..
Jjincaaicr, april 12, Sti.i injO