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Thursday ffloralng 19a 17, 1SJ
THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION.
Jlrr, D. Rick's Lit-rcn.
A larga audience assembled . at the
Sventb Presbyterian church, to hear Dr.
RicVi Lecture, on Wednesday overling,
The Doctor commenced by referring to
the 8th of December last, when he remark
ed an erent occurred, unimportant in itself,
bat which hat attracted the attention of the
whole civilized world. All Lave heard of
the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception;
that Piu IX, hai decided that this it a
doctrine of the Church of Rome, and not
to be denied hut on pain of heresy.- All
were taken aback by this doctnne, for
they supposed Rome sterolyped, her faith
""established centuries ago, ana never clang-
- '. : . ,. -; ; ' , . - ,
, An anticipation, by piooi and .warned
nien, ofatpeedy falfillment of prophecy
in regard to the Papal Power, had turned
, he,at?ntie''of many Protestants toward
lien'r that the eyes of a large part of the
f yrwd Were at that time turned to Rome. '
s". Thit doctrine of the immaculate concep-
'tion was. that Marv wat uncontaminated
' y original sin, was free from the euree of
' the fall, and her soul perfectly pure from
11 the moment it entered the body. '
He then requested the attention of the
audience to the following pointar t
' U remarked, 1. That the whole iiib
''ject was one about which the Evangelist
t and inspired Apostles were profoundly si
,lont. 'The New Testament contained a
simple history of facts, but not one syllable
beyond this; yet this same New Testa
ment is scrupulous in enjoining the giving
' to all their rights in urging to "retdorto
'ICoesar the things that are Crewr's," and
' yet hot a word about worship due to the
1 Virgin Mary. Wbyl these Apostles would
''certainly be pronounced heretics if they
"lived in this day. ' ' ' ; .
', His second point wat, that this doctrine
" Wot Only was not . found in, but was even
contrary to the Bible. There was no in
timation in it that Mary was free even from
. actual sin. She certainly had not discov
ered that celibacy was a wore holy state
"" than matrimony, "or she certainly would
have never "been espoused" to Joseph, or
" entered into marriage, which the Church
rL'arusat inferior in purity
'. 3d. ! We could understand how sinful
lYfneo suffer death, for, "Sin entered intothe
' - world, and death by sin, to death hath
' .passed' upon all men?' 'Suffering and
death Were the .consequences of sip; but
"how are they to be ' accounted for in hor
the days of Elizabeth, when Spain, with
her Amada, threatened to annihilate Prot
estant Eugland with a single blow. How
would tit worU smile to hear her talk so
now, when we talk so lightly of the enter
prise of taking Cuba!
The priests that used to command in
Spain, now entreated, and even their en
treaty was frequently disregarded, and
they were held up to scorn by what Greg
ory ,iVI called the "ever to be detested
liberty of the press." out why did not'
the Pope put an edict upon these things.?
His bulls had lost their thunder, even in
degraded and sunken Spain. In Sardinia,
the state talked of taking some oi tne
wealth of the Church. " He hurls his anath
ema, but Sardinia, part. Protestant, and
.nil it !
pari innaei, weni on, tieeaiess oi nis de
nunciation. The lecturer described the present state
of Italy spoke of the Eastern War, and of
i's influence on the spread of truth in West
ern Europe, by giving those enough to do
who would check It. He then asked w by
wat not Pius IX. consulted about the war?
Because thfc civil rulers of Europe knew
that his power over the masses of the peo
ple was gone. .' So, in Mexico, good Cath
olics there crossed themselves, and then
plunged their dnpiers into each other'
heaits. Where is the father, while hit
children are thus fighting? It hat been
said that the great advaniago of having
suoh a power a that of the Pope is, that it
may be used in exterminating war, bring'
ing disputes to settlement through his me'
diation. ' Wh v does he not nse this cower,
and command his Mexican subjects to lay
down their arms? They would not heed
him if he did, and he knows this. The
lecturer then went on to show that in South
America his influence was also gone.'
' The contest for the DroDrietorshio of A
merican churches, and the school question,
show that the Catholics who como to A
merica mean to be free, and to disregard
the anathemas of both rope and Bishop.
The Church wanted originality; its doc
trines were old, and the world was tired of
it; and thisdoctrine of the Immaculate Con
ception was to introduce something new,
to revive the zeal of Catholics; a desperate
remedy for a desperate case
Implicit faith is the requirement of the
Church, but tho human mind would think,
and Catholics would think, too. They j
could not but wonder, if this doctrine is
necessary now,, whether good Catholics of
the last eighteen hundred years have gone
to heaven without it. ' They would begin
to question the infallibility that made this
new addition to thbir faith. ' '
The lecturer closed by expressing his
conviction that this movement, right in the
face of God's Biblo.would hasten the down
fall of Rome, and unless a great change
occurred in the next twelve years, Pius
IX. would need no successor. The world
X"We cheerfully giva the following
letter from Judge Wbttuai a place in the
columns of the Gazette. We are perfectly
willing that the Judge should .have the
benefit of an explanation, and that it should
have equal publicity with our article of
last week, . It will be noticed that the
Judge denies that Gov. Midill had any
thing to do with leasing the building. We
believe we did not state that he had. We
supposed, however, that the Judge would
not ask the Governor a higher rent thau
he paid himself, and therefore we merely
stated that the amount each would have to
would be 622,50 per annum. We
considered thit not only ruinously but out
rageously low; and we have noti nor can
not change cur opinion. The excuse that
it was only to be occupied as a Lawyer s
office will not sufficiently justify the Com
missioners. The reader, however, can
form his own opinions in reference to the
matter., Our opinion was expressed in
last week's Gazetlt: , ; ; ., .
Thomas S. Slaughter, Esq. Sir: In
your" paper of last week you saw fit to de
nounce the Commissioners oi me couuiy,
Gov. Medill, and myself, in most oppro
brious terms in relation to the terms of the
lease, I hold on ihe building occupied by
finv. Mtdill and mvself. It W not a little
singular that if you were really -desirous of
getting the truth &t tne mauer, you imu
not, enquired of me in regard to it.
Choosing to presume that you do not de
sire to do injustice, I now give you tlje
simple facts, let. Gov. Medill had noth
ing to do directly or indirectly, in procur
ing the lease. I rented to him as I would
have done to anv one else, 2d. Before I
applied to the Commissioners, to
-.. ., , , ' .,1 ' 1,119 UIW I HIT U1I, C1IU . ITVU1U UI,I11JV'WI
uf TKi mnf hura rwwin miliar nnniat 1 ' b o . .
" ; ' 77 1 , Borne. U. V.UeraW.
Stranee astt may seem, we suddenly listuof jaiv People's state convention
ind Rome moving; but the world js mov- jo (hi Friends of Frttdom in Ohio:
ing, and the only aiuerence w, nai wni e I a . mctinff of the Republican State
the world it movincr forward,' Home it
moving backward. Now, Rome will have NebrB8ka Convention which
, to lake one more step, mac )b, w say tuner
','l'tUftt Mary did not suffer death at all, and
" is stijl alive, of that her eu'ffeilng Were vi
" - carioda-t-an a'tphement for our sins and
were necessary for our salvation; arid then
. , ' n . v . j. W fcllC IIIMl nil"." ....... -
( ( wary would . De our eaviqur instead 01 qW h fartidpated in the glorious tri
... V ?a. ' ' '. ' , ; umphof last year, and such others aa may
'luure are nuiiu iruuu. uu nu uiio. i t. v
Central Commiltoo, appointed by the anti
Columbus on the 13th of July, 1854, it
was resolved, in compliance with the pub
lie voice, that a Republican State Conven
tion, to be eomooted of Delctratcs chosen
by the independent anti-Nebraska voters of
There are none coo J, no not one
. VAll have sinndd.'. Such is the language
of Paul, but how could he talk'so, when
1 ' lie knew there wat one conceived without
; I will But he didn't know it.' Neither did
v. Mary herself know it. " M k
' ' " ' 4tb.' The history of this doctilne terv-
"eJ lo show how the creed ' of Rome has
, -- -r -- - - - B.r , . ,. ine .uonru oi uuno nun
beeh formed. In th fiftb contury, they Jud of Uie Supreme Court
beiran to tallt ahout the vinrm Aary; ai t" ii- :,i. ,v,a B11i ,u ftr ,
y; . . . . . . t T J,.l I 411 viiiuuiimiww ...... , - f
erwaru. aooui ner oeing irVu irom r0scntntlon adop tod in Stato Conventions,
, ( aiav and then about her be ng oonceived U WM rosolved' that lh8 ,ti0 0f rfpresen-
, .r,'1"0"1 u,u" TB. , ' ' V Nation in the Convention to assemble on
.century, fekst was hold at LVons, in ,he 13tH of July next, should be one Del-
vmrjathise with them, be cnllod, to moet
in theqity of Columbus, on Friday tho 13th
of July, 1 Boo, lor tne purpose oi nominal
ing candidates lor the toliowingpmces, to
wit; Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Au
ditor of Stato, Treasurer of State, Secretary
of State. Attorney General, Member of
the Board of Tubbe Works, and two
, ? ranpe, in honor or uie immacuiaie yon- . f fc fi i,undrc(t votos cast
0d bt. Hernaru ana ech Coun, at lhe ut eleclion for jU(jg0 0f
still denied it: the I o ' n...... ,i .j,i;,inni
, Council of Trent left jt undecided; all that nei0rta fl)P evory fractional vote so cast
the Church bad said aoout it was equ.vo- exCecdinir two hundred and fifty
eorjiion. thonizh the cood St. Bern
i ., '- . .. .... . . ...
j many gi
' ' the Church had said about it was en
' cal; but tho pelier went on growing, like a j . rccommon(iud by the Commiltoo,
; .eyo vingtoow-ball Outholict being l ee , ,h Ropubiicnn Frionila of Freedom
.,.. 10 WHiy or rejoet itr-uutu at length tne i( 0(lch eounty moet ftt tho usual pirtC0 of
i-ope veniureu u uecmro m nuooirn.o. .. noJing County Conventions, on Saturday
;. Foj aix hundred and fifty' year, 'Una I tl 7t,of july for lh0 purpose of ohoos-
, point was in agiiauou, outieveu oy . Delegates, according to the above ap-
anu uonieo Dy oiuers, oui a n unueciueu uj po;ntroont, to represent them in the State
the Church until the nresenl time.- Prot- V, .i k i,u nil.
i.t . i t , ' ii ,,i i i.oneiin" w "
. esianis wani creeu mm. . wouiu hui u w j)cn lt ,g considered that, in addition
, mix nundrea aui niiy years to expounu; .... fo. ihexecut vo Dcrjart
( we could not wait here on earth tor that, mcnU of t,)fl gtnte Government, there is to
ThA Council of Trent tunuosed the faith . n i ...l,ii.
ii ('".-. : " :. ' rr . . . im cnosen a ucnorm ooeiinn, vu " mvu
Tl of the Church full grown; but it had prov- wU, datok- tU dut of g0e(.ting a U
, en notw nave oeen w; ana nere ue nppem- to fill the place of Hon. B.
. , ed to Catholics, and arted them, had they w whose term expirct in '67, and
v . lne,r fBllh" - Yle1re l,,,eM ,D0t .now) before which will como many measures o
opinions mat were canuiumes luruw rium inform In the domottio nolicv of our State
II. . ttAjI f . . M at I A r I ..-
iwmo, uut .uiriou in uu inmunu tn0 importance of tho approaching election
,i! ; .T 4 r" " : 'T, :. ' will bo comprenenaea oy our nueuung
:-M : : i ........ 1 fullow-citiient, ' '
kit., a ik ;..ruii iui;iTrniA i')ii,.ii ,i . i.
r, ... ,...-ii. v, ir the ou trace upon mo . ngnta pi mo
ee States by the repeal of the Missouri
alrintinn. tn(l it (lutV IftRt VfaT tobUTV
arnvi fnr ulai tvaai fin,iAlvp,I w lil.niic bin ! I .. . i - .r..-aaA
nr .r ' " ' " ' . r " a I minor uiuerences in unnuu uur iu
, put iM wa conceived more man eignteen t, Droregg 0f Slave power.how
.iiuiiarc years ago, ana vet uir uiat long mucK ltron,r,.r h(,g that duty become by
lhaMaA,t A J m f 1 1 t. t 6 a I. mm fa. tv I.Alt mt ill. jsait I & Am ft
! vrivu, .rVuicMiy u, iuii, uvf wuiiuui, ,h recent exhibition ol traua ana
lite I art It A la it a IVnli flail Ihni1 ullA hnll . .. i I .il I iL.
...ii iM" " ,,v' " vhw v o enca AC lhA IV ansa- eiecuons, nnu me
niii inni im a n ntviio nnnn nam iw iiiiih
the building, they had refused several of
fers to rent for the purposes of a dwelling,
and for mechanical uses, on the ground as
they assured me, that they thought there
would be danger of fire, and of destruction
to the Records of the county. ) They told
me. that thev would rent to me, if I would
stimilate in the lease, 1st. That the build
ing should not be used for any purpose but
Law Offices., 2d. The building to be giv.
en up, whenever, the county should wish
to sc or bulla on the crouna. i woum
ave civen more rent, but for these stipu
lations, I thought it worth no more for the
purposes, for which alone I had a right to
use it, than douu per annum, i unun
so yet. I also thought and still thipk.ihat
the Commisnioners acted wisely in not
renting tho building for shops, or a dwell
ing, as the danger of fire Would have been
great, and the odditionaljrent would have
been no object to tne county, compreu
with tho imminent risk to the valuable
records of the county. The Commission-
rs aoted in tho matter with entire honesty,
good faith and prudence. I pass without
comment all your extraor Jinary attack on
myself. II by a long resiuence in mm com
munity, I have failed to approve myself, a
man of honor and integrity, in my pecuni
ary transactions, whether with the public,
or with individuals which I do not think
is the case, nothinir I could say would
aid tho matter. ' Respectfully,
, It. C. WlIITMAH.
Tho truth of the matter is, it was not out
of nhv naruiiular recrard the Commis-
sionershad for . the safety of the county
Records that this building was leased for a
nominal sum; but it was because the Red
Lodge Clique have succeeded in electing
just tuoh men to fill tho Board ' as they
could vbk, and the excuse that this was
leased for 845 per annum on the oondition
that it was only to be occupied as a Law
tbiVs Office, will not sufficiently justify t
the outrage, particularly when it is known
that just one flay the same buililing could
havo been rented to a TnysiciAS or. Law
ter for nearly double tho amount now ro"
coived for the wholo. The idea that the
safety or Tint Count? Recoups depended
on Judge Whitman and Gov.. Medill being
placed in juxtaposition with tho County
Buildintrs is ridiculously preposterous. If
tho Commissioners wero so extremely so
licitous on account of the safety of tub
Count Records why did they rent thit I
... i I . .1 ' . - ..T
building at all, anil inus piace ineir saitny
bevond all douht) It is roally a matter of
surpriso that they would willingly jeopar
diso the Rocorda of the county for the in-
aisnificant mm of $461 Will tho Com
missionors please inform us by what means
thoy ascortainod that the Judgo and Gov
crnor were fire proof! ' , .
X7We find the following compliment
ary notice of our friend Jao. M. Coskxll
in the Wabash (Ind.) Oattttt. Mr. Con-
KU is the son cf Benjamin Conkkm. of
thiscity. The Gaiette says: '-
Our friend John M. Oonnell, tsq.,
hat left Wabash and gon lo vtoosier,
Ohio, where be purposee continuing the
practice of his profession. We but ex
press the general sentiment of this com
munity when we say that we regret exceed
ingly to lose Mr, Connell from our midst.
There was no young man in mui..
whose prospect of future eminent success
were more flattering and sure. As a law
yer he stood among the very first at the
bar, and battled successfully with the old
est and most eminent attorneys of North
rn Indians.. Ha has a clear and onv
prehensive understanding that enables him
to discriminate almost with the readiness
and accuracy of intuition, a faculty that
renders him successful in whatever he un
dertakes. - But the distinguishing charac
teristic of our friend Connell, was his
unbounded crenerosity and iroodness of
heart. . Wherever be made an acquaint
ance he made a friend, and when once he
had a friend he never lost him. We con
gratulate the people of Wayne county on
their accession oi wr. vuuuoii, mm
him the most abundant success in his new
Mob at Louisvilh. A discrrtcetul
mob occurred at Louisville, on Saturday
last, on the occasion of a magistrate's elect
ion. According to tne courier, u wn
rumored in the first ward, where the Ger
mans have the majority, that through the
Sag-Nioht organization the Americans
were to be kept from the polls. The Ger
mans, it seems, entertained the same opin
ion of the K. Ns. And in this state of
doubt and jealousy, collisions took place,
which led to a general fight, in which
many innocent persons suffered on both
sides. The fereign population preponder
ated in the first ward. Accordingly, the
latter attempted to both vote and . fight,
conceding at the same time to foreigners
the like riffht as far aa they could exercise
it. But this became wearisome, and the
whole programme changed, fighting being
substituted for voting. This can never bo
Mnratnd in a free country. Voting is
peaceful opperation, and one for wnicn
American citizens should never be oblig
ed to fight. -
The building around the County Fair
grounds in St. Claireville, were destroyed
by fire on Saturday rooming last. The
Gamb'ers were in the habit of resorting
thr",and the fire is supposed to have origin
ated from their carelessness.
Iliram Powers it executing three pieces
of statuary for the Cosmopolitan Associa
tion at Sandusky, one of Washington, one
of Webster and one of Frauklin.
The extensive passonger depot of the
Southern Michigan road in Chicago was
destroyed bj fire on the 9th iust , The
cars io. were removed,' ' J
i BIAHRIED, . , ."
On the 6th hut. T th R- P- C. Bfnsdum, Mr.
JOHN H. MOLLKR mid Mim DKUBY ANN HiGLE,
all of Plusniit Towmhlp. J ' 1
On th l.Hh Imt.. br the mt. Mr. ELtAR O'JPP
ami MiM JASK FRlKSNER.of Hlauaant towMblp.
On Thursday Erruina the 10th lust., by the tier.
John M. l.owrlo, Mr. SILAS ADAMS and Aliw LA
,i. iu nth luau. bT 8. W. Babbitt. Ea.. Mr. JOHN
B.CALUWELL,ofMltoafl, aiidMUuMAKCT LAMB
of Palroeld counlj, onio. .
On the l(uhlnl.,by Re 1. 8. Welw, Mr. CHARLES
ALSPACRaim Mia ALICE PLOTJiliH ot tho vlclo
Uy r Koyaltou.
mA SKCRKT FOR THE LAMER Hnw to P
..... r llnn't inuiChalk. Lilv Whilr. or any
of the o -called romiieiloa, lo eonceal a failed or al
If yon would bare the nwe brouitht back to yonr
cheek. a clear, hvnlth) ami irniiiureiit kin, and life
and tifcor Infuai-d throuirli Uionyatem, icol n butilo of
Carter' .Spuiiiau Ml.tr, i'd lake it according lo
direction. It doen n.it tnrte quite aa well n your
weet meats; but. Ifafturafew dote yoa do nut Hud
h. alili mid keaiitv retiviuir. To-ir lei elnslic and
vlcoroii, and the whole ayaieiu rufehod and liivinu
rated like a Siirlnjr morniivi:, then your cane I hope-
leu, and all tne Tuiuanie ceruacnia w ..... y.
for naufthL It la tho greatest purlnpr of llu hloo
known; laperfeclly harnileu, and at the iuiie lime
nowerfullv efllcacioua. ......
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VT Clt i,T
SEAItLE'S BOOK STOKE,
Oppoalte 8 haiBerH II olol, Lancaater, Ohio.
UONEY MOOS and other Coaielltle from Punch
Autobloirriii'hy of an Actrea. by Mr. Mowatil
jouraey lo i enira, ainr,, aa;,ia .j..i ,
Kaoaaa and Nebiaaha, by Hulo
8unn Mumorteof FoMlitii Land, by Mr. Blow
The Bettor Laml.l.y Thompson
Napoleon V hi Army, The Camp Flro of Napoleon.
A line lot of Annnala for 1B4S, aud a One lot of eiaall
Gift Bookaof all hlnda.
Catholic Prayer Boone, Epucnpai rrayer dooh.im
a large lot of Faintly Bible and Pocket llille at
reduced price., . . .'.' . ..
School Bookaanrt Rtationery at vinoieaaiaot bciuii.
Voeket Wallet. Port Mouiea, anti Pon Knlvna, for
aale atthe Book Store of JOHN SEARI.KH,'
Oet.'Se, 1844 8 ', Opp.aiU HAafftft JitHI.
f'.T- V-. ' r." r... ihctz ;.. i K
TT RERPF.rTFtII.LT Inform Ihe cltl.
V?3 "jii' J tL lenaof FnlrHeld county that tie hn
CiJ,V,' rocentlT put np anew Cnrriiiire Khnp,
- V- ,'w laiaif'iia(e'ira(Araar trhiltSf l.e'la'l
Hnrivar Sttrt.Ctntrt AUtv Laniuiiter Olio where
he will conatnntly keep oh hand and manufacture to
order every Tarlety of Tehicle In hla line.
TpRepalrinn; done ou ho-t notice, and the moat
avofable teruia. Dec. 14, 1H54 39
TU Stmt, 0l., rirf,li Cntf, ,t.
BYTlrtueor aneutlnn,ataluit pronertr. froial
the Court of Coin iuu Pleai, in and foraaia eooa
t), and to me directed, I will oiler at publloaale at
thet'uiirt llouac In Unrastur on J'tunil,, ia'-ia
ale aVaaa 4. U. leoi. between the hour, of 10 o"
clock A. M. aud 4 o clock P. M.the followlne- de
enheil real-eatate to wit: aituuM in the county of
Fairfield and Stale of Ohio. In tot auaiherSS la Car"
penter' addition t the low of Laucaater, valued at
(l,7lKi)ereuten hundrau dollar, for lot and la,
prorenieut. To be aold as Ihe propeity of Martin
Hill. at theaultof Goorire Kando
JudKiuent lu favor of Kolomon Kpancler. Terroaof
." . . . roi IKK. Sheriff.
. By C. M. L. WISEMAN, Deputy.
Lancaetar, Ohio, May 3, 1HJ4 JSwSpiS
"f7 ROM the the paature of tho tubacri-
ber. one mile West of l,ancasier,on
Saturday nlubt lot,a laine
DARK BAY HOUSE,
or nerhapa ome would call him a lieht
Brown, with a long llm tail, with tl.e hair w.n nori
near the root one fore and one hind foot white, a I
think. Any peraon erurlnK aid horse, or Riving me
nformation where he ran be lounu, tnau do iiDerany
iwarded.a he ta a favorite uimiij norae.
Lanca.ter.May 10, l53-3wl P, VAU THUMP. :
A New Firm.
The public will no doubt be gratified to
learn that r Bopb, Esq., has again estnD
lished himself in business. He has opened
an extensive and well selected stock of
Dry Goods in the room formerly occupied
by Shockley it Co., na a shoe store, op
posite the Washington Hotol and two doors
west of the Savings Institute, ile ex
presses a determination to sell as cheap as
any other firm in the city. We bespeak
for him a liberal patronage.
3TWo notice that a large number of
our exchanges are connecting the name of
- O w
J. II. Baker, editor of the Scioto Gazettu
with the office of Secretary of State. Mr
Baker is a young man of a very high or
der of talent, possessing the Vcordiar po
litical virtues of honesty and capability
Ha is a man of the people and no political
hack. We can vote for all such men as
Mr. Baker. ..
For the Lancaster Oazctte.
Mr. Editob: Tho editor of the Ohio
Eagle intimates that "One Who Knows'
is ambitious to obtain notoriety. Wonder
if the editors of tho Ohio Eaile have not
recently gained more notoriety than they
bargained for when they madoa nominal
nurchaso of the Dress? An answer ex
pected in their next issuo.
( , Qnb who Knows
jtarWe direct pnblio attention to the
advertisement of Mr. Officer in another
column. ;.! , ,
FAllMS FOR SALE.
fflHEuniloralirned will oll a part or all his land,
I (Oelllt; aooui auw avrei. in wmiuiii t.w...i..r,
ulle Weatof Carroll. The Farm a lo quality, con-
alttloii and convenience. can ioo aurpnuaeo. -w
Upon them are 2 superior Sprlnirs,3 Uwel-jiiJ
liinr Houaea. Orchard of choice fruit, etc. JL.
Those wishinc to purchase call nnd see, as 1 am de
termined to sell. SAMUEL lUpMAPI.
Peeeraber 14, 1H54 IX
, TO FARM Kits.
wr-rTA1TKli Innned ntelv 2(KHI bushel or uiK. in
W ih r fnr which cash will be raid on delivery
at the Laucaater Uepol 01 tne J. w. oi e.. nun noun
ALL l LI IP H ....
Morrow, Ohio, Jan. 4, li"5.1 35tf
TTPHr. Mihiar freight Ageut will Tacelv and pa
for th Corn. 1
, dishonoring bert Where did this neglect
rest? Just where infallibility restea.
Would God have committed infallibility to
untaithtul menT ,
Oa the morulneof ths 6lh of December,
if Doroinieunhad died denying this doc
trine, he might have been laved, but if he
had died io the afternoon denying . it, he
would bare been lost; for the Church now
declares faith in it necessary to salvation
Think of ill ' A Catholic gelling up in the
morning orthodox, and going to bed a
heretic, and yet laving not changed one
iota! , ' .'.'' . .
Tl , Church declared that it did not
make doctrines, it only announced what
a . n .. .... I
r ;,"ouas ma; yet t-atno ic. oiignworages .,ock ot) lwi tho 2Cth ult., says the
Yoj declares it. all must embrace it. It em nature played , off one of
t ,.,was then becessary to salvation! Did not her strange freaka, which produoed quite
- . this hw Umt he is "sitting iR the Tern- aii exoitement among our eitisens.. The
plo ot Uotl, showing himself that he is boriner of an Artesian well bas been going
. k i an ior some nun in mo rear ut iiuhiii
denial of the rights of ciliieiiship and the
possession of property to free citiiens of
Missouri and KanzasJ . Tho day of "com
promises" has gone by. We therefore ap
nea! to our fellow citizons to be active and
. .. T . ! a .L .
vigilant. Hena up a uuifguira . u un
13th of July Convention like that which as
sembled last year, impressed with the mag
nitude of their mission, representing vie
dignity of the State and the will of their
constituents, and assuredly succese will a-
gain crown our united euorts. ',
Uy order ol tne uommuiee.
A. P. STONE, Chairman.
L. G. Yak Sltke, Sec'y.
Singular Phkkomknok. About 1 2 o'-
., . .. If this doctrine was necessary to snlva
" tion now, why was it not eighteen hundred
years ago? . It may be that souls are suf
fering in Purgatory for the want of it, and
.1.- ni I. i .. ..
wiim -uiKia inw iuuiuii uiue nave sirug-
, ... ; ged through without it! . Is this from the
Clm-th's neglepl, .or rr)ust we doubt its in-
"'"''tVlibility? . . v v. -- : "'.'
i iat why u it tliat tb- Cuuren naa tho't
" i: neo.stary to get up thifl great aliriust
'!;' noivT; It "U became Pius is troubled by
Ojm iUt that it is apparent to tlie whole
wvil (hat Popery is declining." Turn to
Tiff SHOP aV FOITNDISY W Mir.i Bfld.n
.Jinnee KTeRIannmy .
nAVIKflftnlili'hud hlm.self In th" niimufrirtiTrlnir
of TIN, COl'PliK iiud MIKKT-!!?ON W.tllK lu
Gieay'n tiuilttinr.mrt Dar fl'tut of V-t .-.cWifr Vatltif
Baii. Isprepurew lo riiriil1!! the p.'oj.lo of tins coonty
with every IhiitirlliiL may be nretl-'O in Ins line
heetwon mind everv va-t il) of T'ltiKi
ING STOVES for V.'OOO ami COAL, x
of the Lion Air Titrht. Western U'i in.
Triompli, Rur!i, P-e -tleiitaiid Prrone" f'rtv.vd
and Black Diamond for Coal.. Also Hlo irlli. Plouu'h
Shares. Siiiri.r Kettle Iloilo.wa:a. fll of the Miove
nrtielus wiftbe sold as low iw cm ! u'o trht elsewhere.
He invites rltiullis Ci'lieriili) to C'lll kUil eMinilno ti
,t,ieli. JAMKt VtMASAtlV.
N. B. !I',.l-s'iiitltii'd ! il'h'itr .lone tipon iihorl no
licaj. iidC-tp.,. iira -s. F.-wtcrai.d Iron taken In us-
.h:iti?.o for .;ny i-f th-.- i.t"v5 u.-tifcs. : J Me,
JucilDler, I, v. I. . ' I
'BOlvjr-.X.Ni fiitOK. STOKE.
RE E D U OA U Q H M A N
WvUl.rt:il;eUilsoi.oit.nii,' to r-turn their thanka
to thir nnmeron.i fr'Art.; r-r the Very llhernl
v. ... A ..A t .u. . 1
a pnimunu i,i-i cull". ; , ..n uu.. n Hinui, nnu
f li ussnre them that it palm "h- ll be spared to
f aiistnih the flutierhi: repuinlion already attnin
tibed.and in orderto uieulthe ereutly increased
demand at there Ktnb!ilimun! for Uooia and Shoes,
thoy have In addition lothelr own n!unufncturlur,)nsi re
ceived rroratne.uasiavery iury:e auu laauiuuauieinovK,
consistlnjr In part as follow:
Meir f ine tflll. Mp ano conrae oooia,
Gent pat. Calf Gaiters Hnd Ties,
" Buakiiisani! Monroe, " '
AUkindanf Ladie and Misses' Boot, Shoes, Slipper
Also, an assortment of tho boat quality of Children'
funev unit plain fnoos.
In addition to tho above wo are constnntlymanufnc-
turin InrKoly, for sale nnd also to order, all kinds of
BOOlsantl rinoo,wincu wo iinve uo iieiuiin-j iiisauif;,
will compare in price and quality with any stock in the
western eountry. may in, ina
JURSUART tolhe command of an order for nil,
R front the Court of Common Pleas, ofsald eounty
of Falrftold.and to me directed, I will offer at publl
aale at lie Con rtHoilao liiUncasler onotrWy f a, lm
ofMoi,JI.I. I5, between the hour of 10 o'clock A.
M. aud 4 o'clock P. M. the following described real
cstute,to-wit: Lot number three in lhe North addition
to the Town or Mlllersport.ln Valrtteld eounty, Ohio.
Valued at $450. Attached at the anlt of George W,
Tnvlor.lo be aold aa tile property of Jacob Reiner.
Terms of aale cash. , WM. PO'ITKR, fSherlfT.
By C. M. L. WISEMAN, Deputv.
HiiTia: 8Bimi, Attya. aprll IS Sw4Spfj
. Probnte Notice. .
TVfOTICE ia hereby (Iven toall persons Interested.
that Ihe account and vonchnra of the Estate of
i niiiMiiaii, neeeasen.nave seen sled In the Pro
bit.. Court of Fuirlield Cou my. Ohio, by hi Admln-
i tatratnrs for to.ititlitn ..iiu.-t i .l . ...
'" i'u' .i ".'"""I""1 " on lo be hoard oa Ihe 11th day of
i anil n KA I - . June hext, ot as soon thereafter as may be, '
utmp In part , VIKGIL E. SHAW. Probate Judge.
'.' fr.ibnte Notice. i . v
IVOTICE le hereby (riven toall persona Interested,
j.1! thai. Mlvhaol Myer. Eecutor,of Prunol Myers,
l.'eeased. ha filed his account and vouehers in the
Probate Court of Kalrfleld Couuty, Ohio, for Inapeot
ion and settle ...nl, and that aald account, will be for
liuerliiroi tlie 4ih day of June, A.I). 1H55, or a oon
thereafter aa may be. - - VIRGIL K. SHAW, .
May:o, U'55-Jwl - ; .. Probate Judge.
I hereby (riven, to all pesaou inter-
era of rfahcr
itt. Z. klltlDEK,
Mntu street, Lnncnster, Ohio,
AGF.NT for K.00X Mutual, and l vterni J
j'iroinrl Life t"snrnr compnis
canbar 10 Hoa.
CHEESEl CIIEESEI1 CHEESE!'.! :
NGL1SH, Dairy and Oranvllle Chccw forsnle by
opril HMHji .,.- ..... . uiiiai.,
FISIlfFISII!! FISH!!! FISU!!!!
RKSH arrlvnt of Pish, Mackerel, White nnd Salt
Flail lor sale ny n..u-a..
nciuter, april 19, 1855
nltVED reaches ona AppiPs ii receiv
ed and for sulo by WLI.1AM OIAM.
l .A!t t'uroit rytil Href, Bologna Sau
socos and Hoef Toiiirtie fnraale by
Luncasler, April la, 18S5-liu4 V M. GIAKI.
-VII ANT:.SftnJ Isfmon; S fine lot Jnat re.
9 cetrcd and for aale by whole boes and ralaii ny
Lancaster, April 12, W5ilm4B WM. GIAN1.
r tl.IlV Ttamnrnnla.Sodaand nmtcr Crock
era: larire frJali Kuisint In nuurter, half and whole
boxes; fresh Klirs, French and German Prunoa, At
nioud. Knglish wainuta, rennuujaiiow prices oy
Truni n la Hereby given, to all ni
V ested, that the account and vouchi
euowaiter, Jixecutrlaj ol the estate of Kllubeth Sho.
naiier, oee., nave been niea livth Probate . Court
of Falrnvld county, Ohio, for Inspection and aeltle.
nient,and that the same will be for eartnjr on the 3tHh
day of May, A. 1). Irl35, or aa soon thereafter aa may
VIHGIL K. SIUW, Probate Judge.
Lancater,May 3, 18SS Si ' .. -
A by As
Attachment Notice. .:
Instancean attachment waa tills day iuttjf
Justice of in Peace ot
property and effect of N.
May 3, l55-52w4.
eounty, Ohio aeainst tho
C. Masoii a non-resident of
M. R, 1: VYING.
Jacob Weaver's I-tate.
TVTOTICE It hereby glvon that the nndorslRned
THE ONLY NO. OHE HAT STORE
.; IN LANCASTER.
TTAS Inst received from Philadelphia and NilwYork,
it one of tho ..RO;ST STOCK OF HATS AMD
CVri'O Uiai oas over l-oiiio m urn, .i7, oi mu jt--;
f?Si.TTiipnovnTvi.s, embracinir overyv-;
afct"! vnrletv of eliupcs, son and sir.es consist
V linr ol'lhe late Hnrinir Hlyle MOLE-HKIN
HAT, unsurpassed in Ohio for durability and lineness.
Al, Voiinfr men's Mats) ol nil kinds',
ftummer lints. conHi.atiuir of PAKAMA
' Pedal and Clilnn Utraw;
Braid I.KGHOll' and MANILA;
' Palm Loaf: Koaatith Huts, both Fur and 'VT'ooli
x; Fine Oiler aud White Heaver, Tor Cginmor,
Tim Intewt KnriiHr Sivle Citsslmeru Hats;
All sortMof ItoysiV Chiliirenii' l-'Kncy Hats,
ROTH FDR. WOOL AND STRAW! ' '
All of which will bo sold on the most reasonable
terms, lower than ovorbeoro.
S. B. Country Mercliants will d well by cnlltnfcand
exsiulnlnc my atoea oetore purcnasuiK ouinnnn'.
Lancastor, april ttO, 153 S FIELDING.
en nnnolnled aud ouallliod aa Aduunlstra-
torofllio eatile or Jacob Weaver, late of .Pleasant
township, Fuirftold county, Ohio, deceased. .Alltho
avuijrciuitiisaKatiist saiti estate, will presout tuem,ror
lluwiiift as the law requires and all who are indebted
ill pleuae conie forward and make immediate pay
ment. . ADAM VV HA VKK, Administrator.
May 3d, A. p. WoJ4w53.
i. ' Probate Notice. ,.
TVTOTICE It hereby given to all person Interested,
11 that the account and vouchors of the instate of
Matthew Toohey aud Joactdi Friend, have been Sled
in the Probate Court of Fairfield County, Ohio, for
inspection nnd settlement, and that the ain w ill b
""ii on the lelh duvofMav next, or aa soon there
after as may be. VIRGIL K. SHAW, Probate Jud(
liUiicaner, aprll aB, 3wjl . .
A fine lot ef Rio and
Lancaster, april 13, If 45-
ni rr.K.Tras. tec
i Java Code. Vouiisrilvafln and imnerlnl Tea; Kow
ana Hiifrur. ernnheil anil nulverized; do.; New Or-
loan Moliise Ktar Candles nnd all kinds of Family
Grocerlesin every .leserlfillon by
Lancaster, npru r. , icoa iniia w in. uia.'i.
4A'lIF.H. A lari:end superflne stock or an
kinds of Cnndlea, wholesale and retail hy
Laucnstor, aprll IS, 1H5J ltn-19 WM. OlASt.
WOODnml U lllo-w Ware, such as Rowla,
Tul.s, a lurffo lot of Work nnd Fancy Uuakuts,
v, oi ssiainia, i.rriiie;es, wn. no aaio
lJincasluT, aprll Jii, 1C0.1 JilHtf " 31. uiii
STAKR'fS 'VCPIZIXT :OAS
BURNING FLUID,. . :
t wn.11 trln.ta Afflia T.amnifiirialft hr .
anrllSM.lWS WM. GIANI.
WTffTE would particularly Invito the attontion ofeur
v w J.auv reauuia, wtio auvuou .,iai,ni$ (iiioiitii.,!
this riprlnir or Summer, to the ex'.onsivg stock of Mr.
J. A. IIL..S DEKSO . lain ' -
aii'Wj Coiialatilllt of 1
'"SifrjBoTiaaaitsi Ilibliousi. Flowers nnd
T riaaansinara ofthe latest Paris A Mew York styles.
Her slock iatv far the LA BGKfa'T In the city, and is
kept constantly full hy DAILY ARRIVALS from tho
Kiist of lhe JVt Patttrn Botiitcto, F.xgli.ik Straw
ATifli... Tujaaaa. and Sofia Broiiio. Blond and aeAL'
r-tn. toirether with tlie most choice Bonnet, Cap and
Tubman nianowa.and Fftaarn AaTtririAL Flowers
liuportedt ull f which sho will aoll S3 par rent, lower
titan any other etabllshuii'nt In Cincinnati. Uorstoroia
No. 24 F! KTU WTKKKT, lu'lwoen Elm d Plum.
Cluclniiall, MnrchSU,llir,6 Iy47 . -
Estate of Jncob Weaver. ' .
TVOTICE hereby (riven, that the undersigned haa
14 hoon appnliitod and qualllied a administrator of
lie cstnto oi Jaroa vv axvan; uoceased, late or Falr
cld couutv. Ohio.. .All. Lhoso havlnir olaiine aralnat
aid Kstuto will proseht the in for allowance; and those
udubted will please come forward and make Inim-
laie nuynieut. WM. WlfiG,adiu'ler.
aptu !U,lbo3 4W50
,Koad Notice. . .,
NOTICE Is horohy given, that petition tar til be
presented to the Conimlialoner of Fairfield
louuly, at their next regular session in June next,
praying for an alteration of so much ofthe road lead
ing from Baltimore to Mtllersport, a lie between the
South lino of the Southeast Quarter of tieetton tio. 5
and the Ohio Canal, said alteration to commence
here tho road strikes the Scuth line bt the Koutheaat
Quarter of fioctlon No. S, mnninir Fast on the Section
mio ooiween mo innaa ownea ny x;ooDerr)ler and
rove's to the Ohio Canal: thence north on the Gravel
Bank of the Ohio Canai to intersect the roadn aald
ank. . ,
ajiril 8fl,lB55 4w51 MAKY PETITIONERS.
aprll 3d, 1H55 '
pot building, which has reached the depth
of 440 feet, and was affording near five at-
lons of water per minute, when it suddenly
sank 15 or 20 feet be low trie surface, caus
ing a. large aperture in the earth; witch
reached to the landinff, and about one hun
dred feet west of the building, or down the
rtver. The opening ia about 40 or 60 feet
rrom tne ner, ana Irom appearances, tne
whole bank or bluff will give war. The
aperture is near 300 yards in length, and
varies in width. AU the welli in the vicin
ity hava stopped running.-
Arrosted on Charge of Fillibuaterintr.
Philadelphia, May 15. Col. Henry L,
Kinnevwas arrested in New York lust
niL'ht, mid brought on horo this morning,
and whs held to i$4,500 bnil on n charge of
violtttinar the neutrality laws in this dis
trict. bv fittinrr out an expedition against
Nicaragua. It is alleged that thoro is a
vessel in this port ready lor sea, witu stores
and ammunition.ttcon board, and would
have sailed within a few days with some
three hundred men on board. '
Capture of Lewi Buker the Alleged Mur
derer of Bill Poole, i
Naw York, May 15.
The bark Grapshot returned to-day with
the fugitive Lewis Baker on board. The
QraDesliot arrived off Palmas in seventeen
days from this port, and laid on and off
the tape untiii tne luaooua jewett artiv
ed, when she was boarded and Baker cap
lured. -..,(.... i
Kesult of a Slander Suit
St.Locib, May 15. The slander suit of
Birch vs. Benton was decided in Henry
County Circuit Court last Friday, the Jury
. . ' , . . a.-.t i..:..,:iv
giving A vertllOl 01 t1,UUU ior ine piaiuuu.
n'k lunluil lliroo ilaira Tim C.fLSA will
be carried to the Supreme Court.
A locomotive of a freight train on the
JefFersonvillo . road exploded near Sey
mour. Indiana, on the morning of the 1 1 th
lust. The engineer and four other per
sons were instanly killed, ine jocomo
tive was blown to fragments. .
Ex-Chief Justice Savage, of New York,
has nuhlished an Opinion upon, the New
York temperanco law. Ho saya th law
is clearly constitutional. ongrea
never passed a law giving the right to im
port liquor In that State, and the Stata has
right to pass a prohibitory law..,'
JE3TOenerat Leslie Combs baa been
lected President of the Lexington and Dan
ville Railroad. .-" ' - , ' '
The Post Offlco Department has framed
a series of instructions for the guidance of
Postmasters upon the introduction of the
new system for the registration of valua
Die letters, liie pian is logo into opera
tion bv tlie 1st of July next, and on and
after such date, any lettors can be register
ed and receipted for, upon a payment of 4t
fee of five cents, extraordinary oare being
taken to insure its safe delivery at its destination.
The 'linnzas Herald publishes a long
memorial to Cnnrjrross on the subject of
the outrages committed upon the people of
that Territory by the pro-slavety men
of Missouri. It recites tho details of the
affair, and calls upon the representatives
of the nation to protect them in their
A correspondent of the N. O.Bee Wri
ting from Mexico, says Santa Ana is willing
and rather anxious to sell Lowor Califor
nia to tho U, Statoa hr forty milliont of
dollar). We should not wonder if ho was.
But we have boutrht all that sort of terri
tory we want for a number of years to
como. ... .
It is positively aaid that Gen. Quitman
has resigned the command of the tUlibuv
tor expedition against Cuba, and that all
the other American officers under him
have followed hia' example. They say
President Pieroe promised them that they
should not be disturbed by the Govern
ment in that opperation. -,:''
They have lately had an election for
Judge in or about Mobile, Alabama. The
candidate of the Know Nothings it seems
has beat his opponent 1 100 votes.
Whether this Judge U for the city, the dis
trict, or the tState we know not. t
A two story wooden building connect
ed with the Infirmary near Zanesvillo, was
destroyed by fire on Thursday. It was
occupied by the insane and idiotic poor.
It is not known how the fire, origina
ted. ':':' ' y : .;,!, ; .'
' The Massachusetts Legislature by almost
a unanimous vote haa expelled Air. rnss,
who had been accused cf certain immoral
vraeliett. That would be adanirorous pre
cedent, if a quorum is any odjoci, in con
gress, and in aom) of the States we have
heard of. ,.t ; -,i v
' The British Government haa presented
the Republic of Liberia with a vessel of
war, and the Emperor AN apoieon nas sent
them 1000 stands of arma ana accoutre
paents. ' ';,'.' -
1TTORNBV i!n OOl'MSEI.lO aV HIW, HNCaSTK, OHIO
ILL practice In the Courla of Fuirlield and ad
i found during business hours at the olDot
utar. ban. may Ia
apt ll.T Moiildliijrs for Picture Fratnoa, for aae at the
VJTcity book atoro , ...
April -fi, leo4. ' n. o.uici.ii, n p-c,n.
A RCIUTHCTURK by L. P. fjould, A . Benjamin an
l O. F; Smith, for sale at Uto city hook store .
.rll 1, IH54. B. CONNK1X, Aneut.
Ta the the Crrditor of 3 timet C. Itev-
v noldn, deceaued..
ONiho7thtUyofjpTll,1855t the Probate Coart of
Fnlrtlold county, Ohio, detlared the Estate of
.lames C Hoy nnWs, deceased. lobe probably insolvent.
Creditors are therefore required to present their claim
asm I list tne Kstnte to tho miderslKiied for allowance
wiininnnioiiiiisiroin tne time abova ineulioueu or
iiidj am iiu, w eiifcliieu 10 paymunii
tLAKK'S Commentary on the (lid and New Teat'
U. CU.N.NELL AKnt.
anient, forsaio at ma city dook store
April Si, lr4
M US. PartliiRton' Carpet Bag of Funi for aalo
Ihe city hook lor. i
atint XI, ino. u. vwoonn "aye
rfllHKOId lirowery n
lhe eltv hook store.
nl M. 1H54.
. Now Mission Houso, for sal
B. CONNELL, Agent.
MUIK. I.nmp1ilijhtor,foraleatthoflty book atore
ljo may.be J
n( II. II fltiuti
A. C BARLOW, M. DVy
afvFFICE In Tall mail iro Hlnek, Muin Street, Laneas-
rter,t)ltlO. . EKKRItKNOia.
Prof. C. 1. Wlllliims, M. II.
II. P. ttntohcll. M. I).
A.O. Hlulr, M. l)..Colitmbn.
J. H. fulte.M. 1)., Clnclnntitl
Dry Goods fr Spring & Siuiimer.
WILLIAM LEE & CO..
No. 14 VKt Fourth Ntroet, Ciucinnnti.
r . Offers as usual, to their customer! and olhors,
AVERY EXTENSIVE AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK IN
FASHIOSADLK, TASTEFUL AND
USEFUL NTYLES OF COODA, tU1
Ijidies' nreMOoods, of all kinds of Fabrics, Shawls
and Mitntltiiis, Ktntiroiiiertea una Laces; noKts.y
Hosiery, Ao.; Linens, Muslins, nndnll kltidaof
pluin fabrics; Housekeeping Goods, front
' variety. Also , . '
goods leu inr.rf and boys weak
A prill I lf54..
in ARM Eft
I ' rlty book store.
April Si, 1W4.
H CONNF.LL. Agent.
JTASCV Arlicloaln (jreat variety, for aale at the city
. COSSBLL. Agent.
A pa no.
Business tonittn ted on the one price principle
Price marked at rates at favorable ta pnrehnsor a
can be uilordod by any houso euguged lu a regular!
Persons vlsltlni Cincinnati are respectfully Invited
to call and examine Goods and prices.. April S 48
jir,AK r.Diui. u t.NUFACToaY and
' liooL llituli'ii, J iinciistcr, Ohio.
'- 1 ' ' . "OLANK BOOKSfnrCounty
Oillees, Justices' lllanks,
Doekels, llnublo and Siuirlo
Kntry Ledfiors, Journals, Uay
Rooks, oic., die. Also. Rook
Kludiiigof every description
done lu a most satisfactory
All ordors,hy letter or other
wise, liroinntlv atlunded to.
Order for Rinding ran be left at Ihe Gaietto Office,
or at the Bindery. on Main Rtreot,ln the room former
ly occupied by Col. P. Van Trump, a Law Oltlce,
ana nearly opposite or. ivroiuera rosiaonce.
ueoomoer 14, 1J4 3 . J. auMiauu.
TMPEKFF.CT health haakept mefrom
.""-V..7 0 iny oittce part of the lime for some
1 fry i'v months, t have gained my former
'i i. I.JLJ streuirth and will not hereafter be
sent from mv room durinff buainesshours,-. .
Filling 't'oeth receive my apeclal nttnnttaMi, I give
cortllleil irutiraiitoes for all my gold flllings Hobo atfee
live during lhe lives of the parties. I ant ahlo aftei
near 'ill vears atumllou lo the Tooth to give every pe
sou the most positive assurance that they can save
everv l oolh ny timeiv anti frequent nueniion.
OKKU'K Kwlnif's Brick. on the Hill. H. M'OTT.
HTFor those who havo tho TOOTH-AOHr! and
will nothnve thoin etractrd, I have a remedy Ihnt
seldom fail to give roliof. Also, jooin .powuera,
Brushes. Ac. tt. BCorr,
Lancjister, December 8, 1S54 31
BREAD! BREAD!! BREAD!!!
WTTOITI.n rosneetfiillv announce to the cltlr.ens
VV Luucuster dt vidn'lty.that he has commenced the
Bread, I'lRl't Ktisk V Cracker Itattln
in connection with hlsfonnor baking, A Is now jlreparod
, TO 1'llHIaISII . FAMlMTiS .
wlihnverv ililnirlnthenhnvo line. Hnvtne In his em
ploy liie liest of bakers, hn feels confident tiiat h can
please all who may l.ivor inni wuii tun. ,,
'i"Tt!all athiaKtnre on Main Street, and nlso at nil
Bako-Hoiiso, corner of rolumbii Mulberry street.
Lancastor, July 1H, leo4. .,
NSURANCE AGAINST PRE,
anllfi uniierHlirneil hah"en :.in,.,i i 1 -.1 At-'ntfof 111
B "I'lTV INSUHANCli C'.IMI'rtNV'of Cleveland
Ohio, and will insure KKililliiKi, Men hT dl.. House-
old Furniture, and other I er.oi.al proper .oirnisar
. ll r. All los.ea will bo fnililahv end pmnipll-
adjusted and paid. I'. VAN l lil'MF. ,
alienator. February P, lP5.3m4ti
B. CONNELL, . .
FIA5 JUST RECEIVED AT THR '
CITY BOOK STORE
Swan' Trestles, price rlwan' Manuel, flU.
Lancaster, November Vi, 185421) .
AM at all time prepared to furnish LOOKING
GLAHSKS In Mahogany, Walnut or Rosewood
ramea. Looking Glass Plate, Picture Framea, fte.
Alao.Gilt Fraino, Glasses of all alto aud style.
Portrait Frame. Picture Frames, and a general as
sortment of Ptoluro and Oil Paintings, at wholesale
ana retail, atthe lowost prices. . j.v. ur.hi . ..
o. wost Fourth street, uiucinnatt.uuio.
Manli s. iiaa ... . .."
TREES AND PLANTS FOB SALE.
milB subscriber offers to the' nubile this shrlnff. a
I choice collection of t'rui and Omamen
V ?T tal Trssi, Shrnbf). Ac.
C?vrtfi'J?TOOB;' th kinds are Apple,
a c, fear, merry, nam, niauuaru
Hi'anal Dwarf, Peach, Apricot,
aJakaaa- Gooseberry and Curranla, eio.
Th ornaiaauUI kind are Evergreen and Deciduous.
Theo Tree were mostly procured at Kaatern tiurae
well tttobhthod here.
Wprll IS, lHM-40d4l. . ofJ.C. Reynolds, de.
AND 6PLEND1D i
533 0 CatS3
KKPT Br Alt OLD EXPEniENCED IIATTBR.
HE mi hsrrlbor has returned to hia former atand,
four doors North of the American Hotel, and two.
rs South of J. H. Rit.lv it Pn.'a Honk Klore. in tlie
BtSBaa & Havaoa liloek. where he la hollar nranarad
to furnish Ills customers Willi all kinds of .,
HATS AND CAPS'-'
than he has ever boon before. - He has altogether thai
argest aud best selected assortment of goods in hi Una
of any establishment In Central Ohio, nnd he la deter
mined to dispose ottheih ou vorj favorable terms, for
.. ' . . i.r VA K II XII !
Persona wlalilnv lo. cirf H ITa. nap In., In .nit
in stylo, nalily or price, cannot poasiblv do better
tlinn uy giving mm a call. ' ... ' J. H. KUDISELL.
Coluinbus, april 19, ltfr5 linau j , .
attest io?n Tan vrora.7
CARRIAGE Si, BUGGY MANUFACTURER
Oil V iiutilii.K Street, . .... .
CvSrWJL' I S now offering tho public rJZKJL.
jj-a..r ' p. si) le anu varioiy or t;arrtnges tjT
au(riii:ies uuaurpavsed for buauty, durability and
cheapness by nuy thing ofthe kind over offered In this
auction of Ohio, Having secured the service of the
most accomplished workmou, he i able to compete
with utiv similar establishment West of the' moun
tain. My material Is all first quality, end all work
wurrnnted fur oihi vonr. Porson deairou of our-
ehuslitg will please cull and examine my toek,befora
!;'.. He isalsopreparodto Paiatand fYissanywork
arsons wish done, at as reasonable rates aa any firm
n tl.a eltv
Lancaster, aprll CO, 155 6
T.lVls., 1 ;
ami office to tho brick
ilildl.irfprnlirlv orcunled by John rllallsinllh.
n..soutb ante .t .Main Mreet, 3-uoors west oi it.
Kreldor'a msldeur. . . October IS, 1854 S3 ,
WTAS romoveil his reildone''
...A NEW STOCK. .
A No V nil (I well .Selected lot of flrocrrie
UAVF.Jttst been reeotved by the subscriber, at hia
old aland, where he will be happy to meet hia
customers and the public generally.
'Grooerie will he sold' by me ua cheap and of aa good
quality a ran be found in any similar establishment In
the city. " ... ...
. 1 have just received a choice lot of Cranheries, Lem
ons, Figs, Prima, and also a general variety of Nuts,
such as Almonds. Brazil Nnta. Coeo Nuts, ere. ' Also, a
eplundiil lot of Old Western Reserve Cheese. '
GEORGE 1. WYGtfM.
Lauaaausr Fob. 7. IfJ 40 , , , .
. Il.vfJUKRUF.OTYPrS, ' V
yTIIE subscriber has removed his estnhlishnient Into
A. hi New Rooms Jfortk Side Mom Strtn.ootr Zia
S,- Hi.,, nnil ha nttoil them up In a stylo unsurpassed
Inthe West. ' He hope that the public will appreciate
hia effort, to please and estend to htm a liberal patron
age. Ever) thing hiisbeeu done that eould he done to
enstire-sucrossluuvery department ofthe art, and hit
plcturecannot bosurpassed. V.JJ.GRIRWOLD.
N. B. Persons wishing lo learn'the art will have grei
facilities fordoing so here.
Honrs from 9 o'clock A. M. until 5 o'clock P.M.
' Lancaster. November IB. 18M 8
ItRi WAfil '.NlIAt.S,
TTAB ramovoil hisofflco to .(' renter, Bast of
I I ho Court House, opposite tlie unto agie umce
Lancaster, October 80, 18M 85 1
irroanav a coiikbii.i.o t taw, jtiTtci or
raaca o aaaaaat aaas aua-r, , -. v
WILL give attention to the purchasing andselllrr
of Real F.slale, also, to the procuring of
ion and Bounty Lands. . -
OFFICK in mo ItrtcK UIOCK, nearly opposna
ar-"AVlNO returned to the city nnd erected a large
bullOlngin the rear ofthe brick houso, on tha
ng npon s
earner of Broad as Ci' Slrrala, oaa or SaialA
ef the Market Hoee, lulonus manufaetnni
Hooking Valloy Hank.
MUSIC! MUSIC!! .
MISRF.S PR BERTHOLTS have re
turned to I.ancaster.and will be hap-
to receive nupiia ior instruction on me
0 TOKTK and GUITAR, at their resilience at
Mr. tfJt'Ws, Colmbot Street, owi hope their long ex
perience In teaching music, anil tlie unremtttlng atten
tion pnid to the linprovementof tholr Pupil willlnure
a portion, of public inntronBge. ;
MISS A. 0. 1B BKRTllOLTVlll receive a das for
Embroidery and Canvass work. -
MIHHM.O. UK BERTHOLT ha (opened an Ele
mentary School in th Basement Story of the Episco
pal Church.' ' November , 1BS420 .
v t --i a
Y' Notice of DireoIntioB. ., ',.
jarOTTCE le hereby given that the co-partnership
W heretofore existing under tlw Arm nyrae of Llf-
TLB at M A'i'LACK. has been thl day dlaatilved by mu-
rlea. and hava beeaina sr.
. Parsons are requested to call only on Mondooe ,Wei
. . J . J : j . .lu.k wb.iIt NnMt.l)iffiiM.n,li
bafnmlabad. Fo, furthar iiarllrulara aee bill. . I tual consent. The book and aoooutit are lqftlath
SAUIIF.L COFMAN. 1 haadsof John H. Litll for aoltlement. t
'pvlT.;Grovantrte,-on tnlleWe.l of Carroll, : ' ' ' v ' '.' WH! K. IJTTLf,
large scalo all tlie various article
of Cabinet Furniture. Bedstead
and Chairs. Which ho will keen
alvar, as hand, together with ft3
large assortment of Clneinuati manufacture. Ria long
experience In the business will enable htm te have,
manufactured at homo and Imported from abroad tha
very best of work, and as he intend to employ nona
but the most skillful workmen and e the best mate
rial, he Halter himself that he will give general aa
llsfactlon to all who may favor him with tholr custom.
The public era Invited to oatl and examine the aa
aortment. , Tha enlrauoe to the rooms Is an"; .Broad
Street. t v K. F.8HEL.
N. B. Ropalrlng dona on the shortest notice, and ia
the neatest and me amaiillke manner. Charge
reasonable. LaacaaUr, May SO.
SPORTSMEN, FAUMERS,LIVEKTf AND
Stagemen and all who have agood llorae,
t O li. i II Fi It H 1
fKKETt GARRETT respecilly remind
3 yoa that be I still hammering away on
4ML9 Bread street im tke City ier, where he
. Var Ualwayton hand to treat orippled horaos. ft
Anexperlene of nearly 40 years, and many year of
that time under the Instruction of an eminent Veterina
ry Rnrgeoa, enable blm to ennfldently undertake the
moat dimcult cases, lu SUOEJNG ho holds hlmelf
eoeoud to none. . ' '
Hi reputation la now so well known mat nor
sos are sent to bim to be shod from most of the
neighboring dittos and towns. Ilia Shoeing Fhop
accommodations ar so amnle that no detention
r delay will aver oeear. BENNETT BAltasn,
Lancattvr, Auguittt, lgJ4 lail
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