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Tbur(lar Morning; May 81,
our common schools, supported almost civ
lirely by Protestants. The reading a por
lion of the Bible bI the opening of t!i
school is lefi to the option of ti e teachers;
The Virginia Election.
r There is no longer any reasonable doubt
of the triumph of Mr. Wise in Virginia.
We think Ins majority will be nt loitst
Und we f-ar many of these have the fear of ,000, though the returns from the western
cwkaio of slips, cut from the secular pa- jiiicir i.urciii now men uo iky purse
parsr'poiutingout the great evils done, or! cine, or propose to persecu.e, the llonian
. tedone, by the new parly orgatiiaaiion, isU? We Lave not heard it alleged tlmt
designated "Know-nothings;" and e pec-i the order have intimated the slightest de
rjllydeprecatiti3 the encouragement given I sign to restrain thern in regard to thepub
tjii bv the Methodists, Presbyterians, and lio profession, or teaching, or exercise of
incrriratinna hats, who are represented as ,uieir reunion: ana ntnee mo cry oi per-
ceneraiir giving "aid and comiort 10 me
sential to the well-being of society, and
which the Jaws ought to enforce. But
these are such as all religions enjoin, aud
the observance of which cnnnol interfere
with any sane man's conscience. But have
Jio Know-Nothings inU rf. nil wirh the : ...v..;,,! Iliiul.esbofore their rves : for. 'counties nrir chaii"o these lii'tires material-
right of Rum.viisw openly to prolVes 'j frm n10 able and lut-id "Report" of thejly. Until within few weeks wa had re
d.igm.is of Ui-ir Cliurch, to pn-pa-aie their , cn:miitee of the Board of Education, we girded his defeat as almost certain. Ills
pture is entirely omitted ; nor: party, ana bitter denunciation oi ueuerai
are there anv Bibles in the common schools, ! Jackson and bis policy, made it difficult to
ot a single copy of tho Scriptures in tho i secure for him the support of the Locofoco
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( jiaiui pi.unc leaciiing, mm i . ui.-mji iKmn tu , milny 0 the schools the read- former violont opposition to the
espondenthas sent us a Goi accoding to the forms presented by j;tr ot- Scripture is entirely omitted; nor : party, and bitter denunciation
enemy; ana tnereoy cuiuuiuiuig uci i
act of treason against democracy, and
whirry, the two great pirty creeds
wuirn nave so ioiiii umueu mo unuumi
vote of t!iese Uuited States; aud what is
worse still, divided the offices of honor
"aemolunient between them, as they al-
tarn.itely earaa into powej.
Now," for oursolf, having no desire, or
encouragement to enter into the contest of
ofB;o, wu aro really very hard hearted in
jp .pe;t jthe mortilioations our demo
V.. . it'-jJ whig political leaders feel, at
!inriin.ion of their party array and
a cnpiets. ' We do not weep to see the
gool peopla of the country rcpudiaiing the
maxtra that "to me victors neiong me
spoils." On thecontraiy, we are glad to
stro they begin to be indignant that the of
fices of the general and state governments,
should be conferred as the reward of elec
tioneering services, without regard to the
qualifications of tho appointed'- for the
proper discharge of the duties the ofliee im
poses; indeed, without anr regard to mor
al reputation or standing in the communi
ty. These evils have long existed, and
have had a moat extensive influence in de
moralising the community, threatening th
to'.al extinction of public virtuo anil pittii
otinm. Wo do not, therefore, sympathize
with those who dread the Know-Nothings,
as likely to break up the parly organiza
tions winch have so long ruled our coun
try, absolutely, and mot tyrannically.
The objections urged against the Know
Nothings in the txeerpta sent to u, as well
ai in oilier publications we have seen, are,
firot tho oaths by which the members of
tho association are said to bind thcniselvos
to carry out tho measures adopted by. the
body. Of theso oaths we can say nothing,
bocauso wo know nothing. Sonif persons
havo protended to publish them, but ot the
samo tiino admit they are gui:y of perjury,
and, therefore, unworthy of belief. Yot
we do suppose that the members, compos
ing a socret organization aro held to tho
soci ty by promises which'aro considered
to be sacred nnd inviolable. But tho Tam
many Societies of the country were always
thus bound, without incurring any denun
ciation on that particular account, and
havo exerted more political influenco in
the Uuited States than the Know-Nothings
have yet been able to effect.
Forourself, we "swear not at all." Wo
have never yet taken an oath according to
the form prescribed by law; not that we
have acortain and undoubted conviction
that it is morally wrong to do so, but bo
causo we are not sure ttts right; and act
ing on the apostolic injunction, "Let every
man be fully persuaded in his own mind,"
and not being fully pemiaded that the in
junction "swoarjnot atall"U limitb 1 tonro
fano swearing, we havo been able to allege
conscientious scruples, and have been al
lowed by judges, and justices of tho pence
to "Hlfinu" instead of taking an oath. It
will then bo seen that if admission into
tho Know-Nothing astociation requires the
applicant to tako.au oath wo are cxcludod.
But wo cannot admit that thoro is any
thing mora binding on tho conscience in
taking an oath than in making a solemn af
firmation. In tho one cano we call upon
the name of God; in tho other wo recognize
him m present everywhere reading the
thoughts of tho heart, however concealed
from our follow men. From all this wo
conclude that the objection to oath-bound
Know-Nolhings would not be removed, or
even abated, if they were only bound to
fulfil the obligations they voluntarily as.
same by making an affirmation, instead of
taking an oath.
Another objection vehemently urged a
gainst the Know-Nothings is, that the or
der constitutes a combination of persons
united for tho express purpose- of perse-
cuting tho Roman Catholics on account of
their religious croed, and thus, tinconstitu
tionally attempting to control tho rigkts of
ronscieaco. Everywhere the chnngos nre
rung upon this fallacious accusation, with
out reason or justieo. Indeed, according
to tho definition of the rights of conscience
with wliich Archbishop Ilugho's has fa
vored UH.tho thing i.s impossible to Pro'es
tants. Conscience ho says lias nothing to
do with overt acts, or moral conduct. For
those tho citizen or subject is responsible
to the laws; ami if tho laws make the read
ing of tho Bible, the preaching of the gos
pel by Proiestautsecta, or any other act
contrary to tho ruligion of tho country
criinj, the punishment of such ciinio bv tho
supremo power is no violation of tho rights
oi conscience, and henco tho imprison
ment of the Madiai, and theirultimateban
ishmcnt from their country, by tho Duke
of Tuscany, for being found with a Biblo
in their possession, was only tho exerciso
of a right which all governments possess,
and no subioct of just complaint. Con
science, he alleges, only applies to a man'a
secret thoughts, and these no government
can restrain. He ought to have excepted
tho governments where the Romish heirnr
chy dictate tho laws, for their confession to
a priest, cren of tho most secret thoughts,
is enjoined, and a neglect to comply with
the rcnuirement subjects tho delinquent to
suspicion of heresy, nnd authorizes arrest
We ask, thorn, whether the Know-Nolh-ings
have ever intimated an intention to in
terfere with individual priva'.O opinion on
thbsubjoct of religion? If not, they have
never interfered with tho rights of. con
science, even according to the showing of
emu John himself, who nutlioi if.vt ly con
troU, in concurrence with tho bishops of
tho other diocesscs of the country, the faith
of the Roman Catholic population of the
But we do not subscribe, to the arch
bishop's doctrine on tho rights of con
science. We think it is an infringement1
upon theso rights to restrain a person from
the public profession of his religious creed,
even if it be deism itself, and the right to
firopagate his faith.or his unbelief, by pub
icly teaching it, and the exercise of those
forms of worship which he thinks are die
.. tated by bis; religious belief. It is true
; that there are decencies and proprieties of
conduct which are enjoined by common
seculiou is not only unjust, but absurd
Wo are nota member of the Know-Noth-ing
order, and as their proceedings are
said to be secret, nnd their members indi
vidually enjoiued to secrecy, wo can know
nothing of their doings but what havo been
publicly announced by those they author
ize to publiMli them, or by those who, in
violation of their compacts, have professed
to do so; and vn all that has so gained pub
licity wo have seen nothing which inter
feres with the rights of conscience in re
spect to any denomination or scct.or which
indicates a disposition lo persecute any
oho tor Ins religious belief, however puo-
If we understand tho purposo and do
sign of tho organiiKiion of the Know
Nothings, as publicly announced, it is to
resist tho encroachments oi a loreign in
fluence, which has been fearfully aug
menting for 6omo years past, and wliich
is, from a variety of causes, dnngnrous to
the permaneucy of our republican institu
tions. 1 ho immense immigration of for
oigners to onr shorts, chiefly illiterate.and
bringing with them opinions and feelings
domed from associations and usages en
tirely different from those which exist a
mong us, and wholly unacquainted with
the very theory of our government, they
aro admitted. lifter a very short term, to
tho ricrht of suffrage; and enter fiercely in
to nil tho elections for legislators and gov
ernors and even for that of president of
tho republic without uny just concep'
lions of "liberty regulated by law," but
with nations of civil freedom which are
impatient of all law, and which havo do
feated every effort to establish nnd perpetu
ato republicanism in every part of Kurope
where the experiment has been made; and
in South America, where tho experiment
has been tried for more than thirty years
Surely tliiH foreign element would be as
dangerous bore as elsewhere, if it should
come to possess the power ; producing a
lawless anarchy, which leaves a pcnplo no
other refuge but in absolute despotism.
Now wo readily admit, and aro glad to
admit, that theso remarks do not apply to
ail immigrants who seek to better their
condition by finding a home in this coun
try. Many of them aro intelligent and
moral, and capable of estimating tho valuo
of our institutions. They are often found
in our schools and colleges, directing the
pursuits of scientific knowledge, at tho
head of successful manufacturing estab
lishments and mercantile pursuits; but val
uable and numerous as these are, they con-
stiiute mil an inuniiesimai proportion oi
the ignorant, vicious masses which Eu
rope, from an overburdened stomach, vom
its upon onr shores, and who threaten to
overwhelm us by their daily increasing
But this is not all, nor the worst of it.
A lartrc proportion of tho immigrants aro
ignorant besotlcd , rapists, chiefly from
Ireland, whora tho Uoniish priesthood ex
ercise not only tho usual influence which is
afforded by the superstitious reverence of
tho pcoplo, who undoubtedly beliovo ineir
salvation depends on priestly absolution,
but Irom tho national hostility to England,
which is niways idenliued with Protestant
ism. To obey the priests is, therefore, not
only an obligation of their religion, but a
dictate of patriotism, i heco come here
with nn utter detestation of Protestant
ism. wliich is only a synonymo of English
tyranny and oppression, nnd to resist the
will of tho priests would bo not only to a
postatizo from their religion, but to aban
don tho lovo of their country. This it is
that accounts for tho fact which all must
see, that whilo Germnnsand other Catho
lics often beoonui Protestants in this coun
try, and even whilo they remnm in the
Roman Catholic Church aro often rebel
lious and hard to manage by their priests,
tho Irish Catholics remain Iho abtolutevas-
sals of tho Romish heii arch.
Under such circumstances it is easy to
see what influence the priest can exert in
our political elections whenever anything
is to bo gained for their Church by exer
cising it. When Bishop Hughes began his
crusade against the public schools of this
city, tho governor nnd secretary of tho
stale, with a majority of the legislature
wero whig, and although tho Irish tutho
lin population wore from sentiment demo
crats, and when left to themselves nlwnys
voted with that party, the bishop found no
difficulty in transferring their votes to the
dominant party, upon tho condition of fa
vor tu his project of banishing the Biblo
from tho public schools. He first applied
to tho common council of the city'for ono
fifth of tho money arising from tho school
lax, to bo appropriated under his direction
to tho education oi untnoiio cmiuren, sep
arato nnd apart from those of all other de
nominations ; alleging that such was tho
proportion ot tho uainoiic population to
the omer iniiamianis oi mo cuy. no uiu
not Ray a word about tho proportion of the
school tax they paid. In- another city of
tho stnlo it was shown, on a subsequent
occasion, that tho whole' amount of tnxos
of all kind collected from the Catholics
did not meet tho expensos of supporting
their paupers in tho alms-houso.
Tho council rejected the bishop s appli
cation only ono mcnibor it was said, vot
ing in favor of it and tho bishop forth
with presented his petition to the legisla
ture. To grant tho money was moro than
the legislature thought it safe to do; but
they gratified the bishop, by destroying
our public school system ; nnd with it the
best system of common school education
In tho world. Tho common-schools of tho
city lmd for somo years been under the
management ot a society who were at all
tho trouble of managing them without any
neeuniarv compensation ; nnd most faith
fully and successfully did they discharge
tho duties they had voluntarily entered up
on from motives of pure benevolence and
philanthropy. Tho bishop procured a law
by which tho schools were placed under
tho care of trustees, to be chosen by pop
ular election in the scveal wards. Tho
consequence was, that men were elected as
trustees in some of the wards who, it was
asserted at the time, could neither read nor
write, and who kept grog-shops at that.
catalogue of the library
Now it is vain to speculate on tho im
probability of a class of voleis, constitut
ing only one-nth ot a population, controll
ing our general elections; for it has been
douo, and that which has been is that
which can be again. The bishop, by his
intrigues with the political parties of New
York, las succeeded in excluding the Bi
ble from our public schools, while a vast
maioritv of our people believe that the re
ligion and morals of the Biblo are thconly
sale foundation of popular governments
and republican institutions. The fact is,
that the Romanists, acting under ecclesins-
lical dictation, nnd throwing their weight
into tho scale of either of ihe great politi
cal parlies which divide tho country, can
make either end ot ihe uaiance kick hid
beam. Such is tho thing that has been.
Tho people of ll.is great city havo seen
with astonishment a Protestant governor
courting Romanist votes for his party, by
deliveung a fulsomcly laudatory euiogy on
tho notorious Ucniel U Uonnen, mo moi
unmitigated papist, and heartless dema
rrnmioin Euronu. a man who. not satis-
1 : . r ' . .... , r
tied with taxing tho hnlt-starvea masses oi
the Romanist population of Ireland, for
the cause of reform, which he knew to be
impracticable.and by the agitation of which
uothing could bo gained but distinction
and political influenco for himself and
family, did, with a cruelty witnouia par
allel in history. saueeze from this same mis
erably impoverished people an 'O'Conncll
riut" of fifteen thousand pounds sterling a
year, a man who every where proclaimed
himself the "Irish patriot par excellence;
whoso whole heart was Irish, nnd yet be
queathed his heart to tho Pope actually
directed his heart to bo sent to his holiness,
a heart which he had all along pretended
to havo devoted to Ireland!
The systematic attack of the Romish hi
erarchy on "the use of the Biblo" in pub
lic schools, awakened to thoir danger not
only the earnest Trotestants ot tho coun
trv. but every patriot in the United States;
and when they undertook to show that this
opposition was against tno authority oi a
Church claiming for its head a foreign
prince and potentate, absolute power over
its members in civil as well as ecclesiastic
al affairs, it was boldly and explicitly, nnd
bv authority answered, that so tar tromde-
hying it, they avowed and gloried in it.
And, moreover, they wished it to bo un
derstood that whenever the HoTy Romnn
Catholic Apostolic Church should come to
have a sufficient numerical majority of tho
population of the country, there would be
. , i - i - i-t.
an end ol both civil and religious iiDcny
Verilr. it was time to wako up. It was
time tb dissolvo the parties which had been
annually chaffering for the suffrages of the
papists, CllCII kl j luuntuiM utw vw.v, ...
their submissions to tho exactions of the
ecclesiastics of tho Romnn pontiff, who
claims the world as his diocoso, with an
absolute viirht to govern it temporally anil
. . .. & . . i . . i
sn r tun viand though mucn restrameu
in the exerciso of his divino rights by tho
heretical Fccts. is only awaiting tho recov
ery of the power to resumo the exerciso of
all his hoty uincuons.
Thpre is ono mistake apparent in tho ex
cerpla sent us; nnd which runs through
nearly all wo havo seen in tho secular pa
pers, predictintr and triumphing m the
Kneel V dissolution of tho Know Nothing
order. TIicbucccss and permanency of
the principles of Know-Nothingism do not
depend upon their specific organization ns
a society. The number of votes cast for
their candidates has nttonished the public,
but much tho larger part of theso votes
have been given by persons who havo no
connexion with tho organized body They
havo been convinced that tho question be
tween Romanism and Know Noihiugismis
ono of life or death to the free institutions
of the country. Having been taught to
prizo civil nnd religious liberty regulated
nnd secured by constitutional provisions as
the greatest earthly good, tho encroach
ments of the Romish hierarchy havo n
larmed this patriotism, nnd religious fecl
iirg, and they would still bo united in heart
anil effort, through tho Know Nothing or
ganization were to bo annihilated to-morrow.
Our party politicians must, there
fore, reconcile themselves, ns well as they
can, to iuovitablo dismemberment. We al
low them to make wry faces, nnd complain
of tho hitler doses Know-Nothingism pre
scribes, but our unalterablo regard for
them as fellow citizens will not allow us to
withhold the salutary draught. After a
few dosos and the removal of tho loaves
nnd fishes from before their eyes, wn ex
pect they will become very good Know-
Nothings themselves. I'hrixlian Advo-
party in the Old Dominion. Several prom
inent members of the old guard Doiteu.anu
refused to labor for him. But with an en
ergy and vigor worthy of a bettor cause,
ho went into the field as his own exponeut,
and no man for years has labored so hard
for his party as has Mr. Wise during the
Wo havo watched the tono of tho Vir
ginia "papers with interest, to see what
questions were in issue. The Richmond
l.g and the Richmond inquirer were
fair exDonents of the two sides. The
theme of each appear to be a discussion of
Know-Nothingism, and that discussion
confined to one particular point its bear
ings upon the slavery question, it is iuiu
to deny that this was the turning point in
the Virginia contest. For months the two
parties have beon engaged in tho laudable
effort to prove each other unsound on tho
great negro issue. The struggle has been
to see which side could be the most sub
servient and abject in its fealty to the pro
slavery interests of the South. Each swore
lustily that it was true to slavery, and that
the other was not to be trusted.
Such being the interesting situation of
affairs, it was not difficult to see which
side, in the end, would prevail. Tried on
its naked merits, the Administration would
not bo able to rally any thing like amajor-
ty of the peoplo of Virginia. But when
the contest was narrowed down to the
question whether Administration, Nebras
ka Locofocoism was more true and reliable
as a friend and nlly of Slavery nnd Slavery
extension, than the Know-Nothing party.
it soon became ev ident to our mind that
Virginia would, in all probability, remain
where it has been, at tho head of the .slave
Democracy of the Union. The prepon
derance of authority was decidedly in its
favor. It could point to the services of
that parly in securing the annexation of
1 exits; in prosecuting the Mexican war lor
tho purpose of procuring still more Slave
lerritory; in the repeal of the Missouri
Compromise, by which Slavery has been
established in a vast and fertile region,
where heretofore, it had been excluded; in
tho purchase of Territory from Mexico,
nnd in its strenuous efforts to buy or steal
Cuba, all for tho benefit of the Slave hold
ing interests of the Union. In all its acts,
the Slave Democracy have beon true to the
peculiar institution, and tho orators and
papers on that side were not idle in array
ing these facts, strongly, nnd frequently
before tho people of that old Slave holding
and Slave breeding State. state Journal,
1 bare disposed of tho Gazetlo establlihment to
GtomiE W. Mic Eliot, Esq. All tlioto ludobted to
ma for Advortlting aud Job Work ra respectfully
olicitod to ii'ttlo without delay. Id tuy abucnco ac
count can bo aotllod With MaB18 I.BVBRINO, Kt).
LajicbUr, May 31, 185i. T. S. SLAUGHTER.
'. S. auccuuor U aulliOiUi'd to iocctit for all
atibscriplioita due lue, and will till up all advanoe
The Supreme Bench.
Tho great importance attached to tho
office of Judge of the Supremo Court is
begining to demand of the Peoplo and the
Press tho. consideration which should
have been awakened years since. ,
, The disastrous defeat of the Democratic
ticket last fall caused the eighth of January
convention to nominate many men of stor
ling integrity for tho consideration of the
voters of our State next fall, among whom
there is nono moro worthy of mention
than tho Hon. William Kennon for Su
premo Judge. Judge K. is a sound and
discriminating lawyer, an ornament to tho
profession, and a truo American. We seo
by the State Journal that somo of his
friends in the Republican ranks will put his
name in connection with that of Judge
Walker of Cincinnati in nomination bo-
fore tho People's convention on tho 13th
of Jaly noxt. To theso nominations we
would give our hearty support and we
1iave no hesitation in saving now that the
Convention cannot send to tho people two
men more worthy of tho station sought to
be filled. They would receive the hearty
support of the Republican Party in this
county nnd would be elected by a mnjority
equal to that rolled up forjudge Swan last
At Hie Tallmadpo Home, In thia city, nn tbe ITth
ln.. by tbo Hot. John M. Low no, Mr. WILLIAM N.
UK.NNKT and Miu LUCY LOW.
Ai tbo Weblog-ton Hou-I, lu till eitjr, on the COlh
Insl., by thcKjy. John M. Lowrlo. .Mr. JOHN NO.N
KtM AKtK nud Miu AflllLUS O'UAY.
The Monster Circus of Spaulding and
Rogers combining tho Traveling and
Floating Palace Companies give us "a
tasto of their qualities" on Saturday, Juno
9th altornoon and evening. This exhi
bition will bo the most classic chaste and
entertaining of tho season. Ned Ken
dall, whom all tho world knows, onco
took Europo by storm with his Bugle, while
C Baldwin tho Juggler, astonished the
natives at home,
Dr. SrAULDi.-jo and Mr. Rogers the"pro-
prictors, have succeeded in getting up an
Exhibition justly suited to the tasto of the
Western People, and deserve much credit
for their indefatigable exertions to plense
Wo bespeak for them a crowded canvass
afternoon and evening. See advertisement
in another column.
A hla residence In thia city, on the 14th instant'
after a brl-jr tllneaa, Mr. WILLIAM KLLIS, aged CS
yoara ou the S6lh of March laat. Ho emigrated from
tho State of .New York In 121, aud aettlod In Firlleld
county, where he contiuuod to rcaide until bJadoalh
and throughout hie lonj real de nee among at sustained
the cliaraotur of an useful cltlien. Ue was a soldier
In the warof 181S, and after aarring a Aire years lour
of duty, waa honorably discharged at New Orleans,
where he had performed Uie greatest part of hla term
orserrlcosln 1813. Thus are passing away the gallant
aplrita of the second war ot Independence. Peace to
their remains. His Tenerable partner through life
aeirires him, and whose loss cannot be repaired.
For Lorying Taxes for City purposes for the year 1831.
CJEC- 1. BeittrdaiiteJ 4 tkt City Council of lilt Citf
fry of Lancaster, That a Tux of ONK and THKKK
POUKTHS ofa MILL on tbe Dollar of Valuution. be
and the same is hereby levied on all property subject
to taxation for Stato and Couuty purposes withiu the
incorporate limits of the City or Lancaator for City
Sac. it. Bt it fmrtktr ortainti tithe aafAore ofore
tnvl. That aTax of O.NE-ll A LP MILL on the Dollar
of Valuation, bo and the same ts hereby leviod upon
all property subject to taxation Tor State and County
purposes within the incorporated limits of the City of
Lancaster, for the purpose of contributing to the main
tainauce of a Fire Department of aaid City.
Skc. 3. B it ftirtker ordained by tke authority ofort
taiJ, That aTax of KOUK THOUSAND FIVE HUN
UKbO DOLLAKS is hereby levied upon all proporty
subject to luxaliou for State and Comity purposes,
wllliin tho incorporated limits of the City of Lancas
ter, for the purpose of defraying the exponsos of tui
tion in me runiic nenools in sain city.
Pasied May 28, 1S55. C. F. StIJSFFER, Pres.
Attest G. S. WtiMAMa, City Clerk. May 31 Jw4
EXCilAXGB AX1) BVNK NOTE TABLE
CorrtctcdwnM tf Martin Co., of t hi Eijhanf Bank
All Ptnto Brunches and ' Old Bsnks 3odls
Stale Stock U:iiiks par Free Banks 8fodis
Except old platt Stato LOUTSANNA.
Slock 5 pedis All Solvent Banks par
INDIANA. NOHTH CAROLINA.
State Bank par All Solvent Hanks SVodia
Free Banki 3tnM (podia GEORGIA.
KENTUCKY. All Solvent Banks 50cdi
All Solvent Banks par SOU f II CAROLINA.
VIRGINIA. All Solvent Banks SPadl
Old Banks par ILLINOIS.
Free Banks par All Solvent Banks 5 pedis
ghauy S3 (fedis All Solvent Ranks 5 pedis
-All East. Solvent llks liar MICHIGAN.
MISSOURI. All Solvent Banks 3 pedis
Stato Bank par
Unless offered In payment of bills or on deposit,
notes of done ml nation 4 less than $10. issued by Banks
out c f tui Slate (especialy Western notes) are not
equal to forgoing quotations.
Gold, selling at li $ c premium.
Following rates of intorcst allowod on deposit:
For 3il lo 00 days 3 s cent. For (1 lo 12 months 0 f cont
3 too mouths 5 p " Ono year 7 f "
If Deposits made In Coin, certificates made payable
tu sama. Money mailers quid, aud the auppty is uow
equul to all wholesome deuiuuds.
PUMPS! PUMPS)!! PUMPS!!!
DR. ROCKEY, aftiran experience of fourteen
, yearsiu tho manufacture of Pumps, and a tho
rough investigation inlo tlioir durability, feels conn.
duui ho cau uow recommend his
Niiparior Fnncjr Wortd Pump
as being surpnssed by none manufactured in this
Tit Slat$ of Ohio, rairJoU C(f, .
nYvlrtueof an execution. against properlv, frone
tho Court of Common Pleas, In and for said coun'
l,.u.U nio directed, I will offer al public s.lo, at
Iho Court House In (.aiieaster on Thursday tho ?isr
dao of Jont A. . 18.VV between the hoursof i)aV
clnrk A. M. and 4 o'cloik P. M. the fullunh.g de
scribed rualitute lo wit: situate In tho county or
Fairlleld and Stnle of Ohio. In tot numbers) In Car
peiiier's addition to Ins town of Lancaster, valued at
(SleHO) seventeen hundred dollars, for lot and Im
provements. 1 o be sola aa tho property of Martin
Hill. at thesullof George Sanderson, as aasfirii r
Judgment In favor of 6olomon Niiangler. Terms or
saiucash. wn. fiil l hlt. Sheriff.
By C. M. L. WISEMAN, Deputy.
Lancaster, Ohio, May 3, 1835 5Sw3prsi
jVTOTICE 1 hereby given to all persons Interested r
1H that the account and vouchers of Henry Glnghor
AUinlniairntorrfss.au of Zenheniah Allen, de
ceased, have been Hied In the Probate CourVof Fair-
Held dimly, Ohio, for Inspection and settlement; and!
that said account will be for bearing on the jSlh day
of June next, or as soon thereafter as may bo.
VIRGIL E. SHAW, Probate Judge.
Lancaster, May 31, 1834 3w4
TfOTICE Is hereby given to all persons enterostedV
that the accnuulsand vouohera of the Estates ot
Mary trviii and John G. Mack have been Hied tn the
Probate Court of Falrflold county, Ohio, for Inspec
tion and settlement, and that the same will be for
hearing on the 28 1 h day of June next, or as soon tbere
aller a. may be. VIKGIL K. SHAW, Probate; Judge
May 31, 185534
A T onr instance an attachment waa this day Issued
i by Asbury Doherty, a Justice or the Peace of Vio
let township, Fairfield county. Ohio, against the pro
perty and olTeota of Abraham Fleck a non-resident of
said county. JAMES PICKERING,
May 14, 1855-4W3 JONATHAN PICKERING.
Estate of Daniel linker.
"IVTOTICBiaherebv vlven that tbe suhierlhar has
L been appointed and qualified ns Administrator on
the Estate of Dtxitt Baxaa, late of Fairlleld county
uoroMou. vaieo. at ancestor, mis iTtn oay or May,
MILTON BAKER, Adm'tor.
May 34, 185343
Probate Notice. '
TVTOTICK is hereby given to all persons Interested,
I that Ihe account and vouchers of the Estate of
Jacob Hoffman, deceased, have been flledln the Pro
bate Courier Fairfield County, Ohio, by bis Admin
istrators for inspection and aetllement, and that said
account will come on to be board on the lllh day of
June next, or as soon thereafter aa may be. '
vi run i, p.. Mi.iw, crobste judge.
Lancaster, May IT, 180338
Bidwells' Bar, Cal., April 10, '55,
Ed. Uuiette. Having been a constant
reader' of your paper while athomel Jiavo
concludou not to do without it longer hero.
Enclosed please find one gold dollar nnd
put mo down as a suhsciiber from this on
if I do not return when my time is out I
will remit ngnin. Your paper is much
sought after by till tho boys from old Fair
field and other p;trts of Ohio, from tho fact
that nearly all of them are full blooded A
merienns, and in that respect your paper
just suits them. I havo determined not to he
without it whilo I remain in California, so
send mo tho first number after tho receipt
Wo have had a very pleasant winter, in
deed most of the time the weather boro tho
appearance of May in the Atlantic Stttes,
with just ruin enough for farming purpos
es. It 1ms been raining all night nnd con
tinues while I write. Bidwells Bur, tho
County Seat of Butlo County hns become
quite a business place; all the mountains in
tho vicinity pay good wages to the miners.
On the Gth inst. a Mr. Mitchell look the
contract to bring tho South Fork of Feath
or River in a ditch from Stringtown to this
place, a distance of eight miles, at tho small
sum of $49,500, to be completed by tho
1st of August next. This ditch will sup
ply between 500 and 550 miners with wa
ter for mining purposes.
All tho Fairfield Cottntv Boys aro well
ana doing well as far ns I have been able
to learn. Yours truly,
John H. Allspacoh.
We forward tho Gazette with pleasure to
our friend and if any moro of tho Fairfield
Boys would like to hnvo nil tho news from
homo, let them send us their nnmos aud
tho dust. Wo hope to seo them all return
full of henlth and vigor and a pockotw of
JHrVfo are gratified to learn that our
old and respected citizen, Thomas Littlk
firld, Esq., has recovered all his money
amounting to somo 1550 in gold, also
somo 8700 worth of cloths lost by the
burning of the steamer Wm. Knox, on the
Ohio river some time since.
Wo learn that ho left on yesterday to
prove property pay charges &c., when ho
will proceed immediately to his new homo
in tho west. May belter luck attend him
in the future.
TVfOTICE la hereby given to all persons Interested,
11 that Michael Myers, Executor, of Francis Myers,
deeoased, has filed his account and vouchers In the
Probate Gourtof Fairfield Couutv. Ohio. for iualiect-
lon and settlomunt, nnd that satu account, will be for
hearing on tho 4th day of June, A. D. 1853, or as soon
thereafter a. mav be. VIKGIL K. SHAW.
May 10, 1855-3 1 Probate Judge.
Totlie the Creditor of James C. II ey-
ONtbeTtlidayofjJpril, 1855, the Probate Courtof
Fairlleld county, Ohio, declared the Estate of
Jamus C Reyuolds.deceased.to be probably insolvent.
Creditors are Ihorefore required to present Ihoirclai ma
against the Kstate tu the undersigned for allowance
wiimn 6 months rrom the tlmo above mentioned, or
they will not be entitled to payment.
jJlijJM HRAiSbT, I .,,.
GEORGE M. GUAY, Aaw "n
Jlpri 12, 1855 40d4S). of J. C. Reynolds, .
v jense, an 1 the observance of which are es-J Tho Biblo is practically excluded ' from
Mbdary Stiicck. The Democrats
Post-Master nt Chili, Ohio, having receiv
ed a circular from the office of the New
York Day Book roquesting him to aid in
circulating that paper, and ns nn in
ducement thereto, stating, that it nail the
confidenoo of tho President and was the
only paper in that city which supported
the President and his Cabinet, Aio., &o.
The Postmaster declines to accept the
agoncy, and in a letter to tho Ohio State
Journal tie fining his position, makes tho
following fling at the present editor ot the
"Whilo I am writing pormitmc, through
rour columns, to ask niv old friend Col.
Mednry, how long it has been since ho said
"That it was time loteacn me numinisirn-
tion a lesson; let us turn in and roll up a
big majority against them a few timos as
other estates uaveuone, anil tney wiuocgin
to learn that Ohio is of some acconnt, nnd
will pay her aomo litllo respect." Per
haps tho Colonel has forgotten the timo.
II so, l win mention uiiio circuuismucu
which may refresh his memory, lio no
doubt recollects tho timo wo received tho
news that Judge Campbell, a Roman Cath
olic, was appointed Post-Master General.
It tins Deon over two years since una c
vont, and I am glad to see that the Colonel
possesses so amiable a disposition; may ho
always forget his wrongs and forgive his
enemies as easily.. Perhaps, however, the
mission to Chili, or some other circumstan
ces, had something to do with cooling his
heated passions; if so, he may not be en
titled to as much credit as I feel disposed
to give him. As wo shall no doubt soon
learn about these matters, I wait with all
patience." Cin. Gaz.
Postmaster Wm. G. Kkndall Commit
ted. Commissioner Lusher last evening
rendered his decision in writing, com
mitting Wm. G. Kendall, tho late Postmas
ter of i Km w Orleans, for trial beforo the
U. S. Circuit Court, on the chargo of
eni'oezzeling a valuable letter from the
Post Otlico nnd destroying it. Tho Com
missioner's decision is very long, occupying
twenty -four pages of foolscap. It sums tip
tno eMuence anti prosenm nuecinui
of tho caso, and quotes several authorities
bearing upon it.
In reply to the question whether he was
ready to furnish his bonds, he answered
that ho was not; and tho Marshall was di
rected to furnish him with every facility
for doing so.
Ho subsequently furnishcil seourity,
however, to the amount of $10,000 the
Hon. John Slidell being ono of them.
X. O. Bulletin, 0th.
Xf7Mr. A. J. Davis who has long delight
ed our lads nnd Ihsscs, left us last Monday
morning for the purpose of establishing
himself permanatly in Columbus. Ho car
ries the wishes of many for his future suc
cess. 7'htil boqnet lift upon our tuhle before
leaving deserves a pulsing notice and shall
not be forgotten
Success attend him.
jt.2T IIenlt d? Lacdedauoii on the cor
ner next the Post office continue to servo
up to their weary thirsty and heated cus
tomers all the cool luxuries of tho season.
Their ico-cronm nnd lemonado can't be
beat. Try it.
irWo regret to learn from tho Cin-,
cinnati papers that Andrew Gikfin Esq., j
)...,.. k.. 11 .l..n,t.,,,lo ot (Lo I
fU Vlll Klll'nil I J mi n.i iiw.iii ,o . nu
State Conventions for many years past.had
his nose bit off in an encounter with somo
canibal the other day. Better luck Andy.
stiTOur readers are refered to our Mar
ket and Money Reports. Wo havo made
such arrangements as will insure us a full
report each week upon which our farmers
can rely with confidence.
Attention is called to tho advertisement
of a valuable) city lot for sale, located on
the south west corner of Perry and Wind
TO THE CITIZENS
OF TOWN AND COITNT1IY.
Tp ynu want to supply yourw.Yoa with evory ftrlleto
X 111 lu irrocury uuu rrovisiou uuu.rnu on
And tow will flml iho bost urrutiiriM timl host ntnrko.l
hop In Ohio, mill tt U mi entnliluhuil (net Unit ho nulla
clmiiHT lh:ui uny huuao In town, Hend un your chil
dren ninl hi' will Rtw that Justice is done. CI
very arorttmnmlutinc nnd well posted
liiinvunU-r, May 31, 1K3 3w4
1 . ' . 11 J1. 1 1 1 L't . - ."
the oldest citizens in thia und adjoining cuuntiot.thuy
hrtve been uuttnituously pronounced superior to nil
olhtir una far iurpuir.i? tha Chain Pump in dura
bility. I will promptly attond to all order given ver
bally or bp nt by mini. Persons desiring an excellent
And durable Pump will please cull, ns 1 fools ennfl
dfmttuttll cau render entire s;ttiiartion. None are
ffunuiuo except those manufactured by the under
signed, an he in the oly proprietor.
LitliopolU. May31lW5 3m-l D. R. ROCKEY.
A G R. I CU L T UR A L.
MANNY'S PATENT UKAFEK AND MUWBIi
fVIlS Miu'hiuo Hiap.4 or Mows equally well, and
cannot lo Jiurpasail, two buttea cau operate it
with euso. Vric:o 3! 33.
INDEPfcXDK.Vr HORSE RAKE.
This on Wheels, operated by a boy of 14 years of
ug4, who rides at that. Is adttplod to HOUGH as well
a :u "jlh groJiid, and will pay tor it?lf In gleunlug
from 5 to lu acres of wheal stubble. I'rU c 20
Wfilieii Id'H Hand Corn I'lunter.
Mr. T. P. CKM.t'F, Ksq. This Is to certify that I hare
used Wukeli I'IV Ilund Corn Planter this present
spring, t put in 3n to -in ueron of com; and I can say
(t'.onsi i'j ntujii'dy) that it s'tpurst'desany thing for plant
ing orn 1 have uvot soeu, for that purposo. I have
piunlod from five to six acres por day, iu checks 3
wet each way, with more e.iso than I can plant one
aero with th ? hoe and drop for niyjlf; und I would
lurtnpr st.uo i pin in an acre in one nuur by pulling ou
full strain. I consider it a great acquisition to the
P. S. Tho ground must bo well prparoil for corn.
In nrdor for it to work right. ASA BEL HUMTT,
Ma) 10, 1K5. Franklin Mills, Portage couuty, O,
s : ' A
Will do double tho work of nny other machine la
cultivating corn. Also
A New aud uitrior straw Cutter,
TbArinumoter Churns, Sash and Blinds, Fruit and
Ornamental Trees and .Shrubs, the Mammoth Grape,
(Krult growing to ono and a h ilf inch In diameter,)
from h. OAl.l.UP'S Nursery, Cleveland;
AND, ABOVK ALX,
TUB POUT.1IJLB f.RiST MILL.
EVERY MJljY HIS OfVjY MILLER.
Much time and money h:is been spent to produce an
excellent Portable (iriat Mill of one or two borso
imwor, capable of doing the work of a large Farm or
Pinntutkon, at a price no low us to enable every farm
er to purchase one for his own use, and yet be so sim
ple in its construction nnd operation, as to enuble any
man of ordinary skill to keep It in order.
T. P. GALLUP.
Ware Room over J. fi. Snyder's Steam Haw and
Plaining Mill. Lancaster, May 31, U55- 4 If
rfffC3B5Ha"TRSES DR BKRTH0LTS bare re
rfjm'l kT U, turned to Lancaster.aiid will be hap-
I T f ! Iiy to receive pupils for instruction on tlio
PIANO FOKTI5 and GUITAR, at their residence oq
Broai Strint.JYarthof Main Sireet.intht house former'
ly occupied by John W. tVtaotr. and hope thetrlongex
periuuee in teaching music, and the unremitting alien
tiou paid to the improvement of thoir Pupils willnisure
a portion of public patronage.
Ml.ss A. C. DE UliKT HOLT will receive a class for
Embroidery and Canvass work.
MISS M. G. UK HEKTUOLT has oponod an Ele
mentary School In the tiasoraout Story of the Episco
pal Church. , May 1, 16551
UNIVERSITY FAMILY ItE.TTEMES.
J SSUED under the seal, sanction and authority of
. the University of FKEE MEDICINE and Popular
nowlodgn. Chartered by the State ef Pennsylvania,
April 21). 1H53, with a capital of flOO,(MiO mainly for the
purposo uf arresting the evils of SPUHIOUS KOS
TKOjMS, alio for sumdvinir tho communltv with relia
ble remedies wherever a competent physician cannot
or will not be employed, havo purchased from Dr.
JOHN K. ROWAN!), his celebrated Howaud'H
Tonic 7Iix.turc9 known for twenty-Are years as
theoiily sure und safe cure for FEVKK and AGUE,
Ac., and his iimatlmablo remedy for HOWKL COM
PL1NTK, Kowamls's compound Syrup of Blackberry
Root, which highly approved and pupular Remedies,
together with the University Remedy for complaint!
of the Lungs. The University's Remedy for Dyspep
sia or Indigestion. The University's Remedy for Cos
tive Jlowols. Also the University Almanac may bo
had at the Branch Dispensary, or Store of
8. BEERY, Bremen, FalrAuld County, O.
5f. ZRkdER, ! ncaster.Obio.
DESIRABLE CITY LOT FOR NALfc.
I WILL sell Lot No. 75 In Carpenter's Addition to
the City of Lancaster, being tno Lot directly oppo
site to the residence of Wilhum M, Kinkead, Esq.
This Lot is large and eligibly located, being one of
tho corner Lois lu tho rigiual Carpenter Plat aud
situated on the Southwest corner of Winding and Per
ry Streets, neur the C. W. & Z. R. R. Depot. Terraa
easy nnu lino warranted, r.nqmre er
r.AMUHLi Auivhun or
GEO RGB W. MAC KLKOY,
Martin's Row, two doors South of Post Office.
Lancaster, May 17, 1855 3
FfllTK undersigned wilt soil, at public auction on
I Saturday, (As lOffl day of Jun,A.D, 1855, at their
Ware House, in the city of Luu carter, Ohio, between
tho hours of 10 o'clock. A. M., und A o'clock, P. M. of
raid day, tho following proporty: 3 Reaping inasblnes,
which wore consigned to us. by Messrs. Ball cc Par
sons, moro than one yoar pn.it, said property to b
sold, to pay charges and oxpoiiKos.
KEBER, RUTI A CO.
Lancaster, Mny 10, 1P55 1
CouHolidatlng their Celebrated
Floatiner Palace Circus!
i5r&4 From their Palatial A'pialic Amphitheatre,
V- i 71 011 MiMiasippi and Ohio rivers, aud their
NORTH AMERICAN CIRITS!
WHAT FARMERS THINK
OF MANNY'S I'ATKNT
NEW STORE-NEW GOODS.
V . ROW.,
nAS Just reeclTpit and Is now nnonlns; a gcnoral
aasnrlmftnt af IsttV ClOUIIS of ry variety
usually tumid In Dry Goods traile.roiislstliifcin part of
Ctltco, l'rints, Lawn, (JiiiKluiuiN,
Drown an.! Bleached Muslins; 5,A lOiinarShecitlnirs
Black ami Fancy Dress Silks; Dolan.s; Haragas;
Alpaccas. plain auil tljfuroit;
l.liinnniiii .Sillr lliimlli.irphlofs Ullll Travnli:
Hiiiiiiutssiiil Hnmiui Kibhon: Cloths and Caslineros;
SaliiK'tsaml Flannels; Choi-aai Tickings, ami
Men's Summer Wnr of All kinds,
togethor with a varlMY of nthor goods for Ladles and
GuntlciniMi. All of nliirli havo boon purchased nt
er low rmces. A will ha sold equally l.w for QAU
r CVVKTRY I'ROHUCe OffLY.
His Sinro will ho found two doors west or me rair
flold County Hayings InstlluU aud oi-posito Hlin-iror'e
Holol, Lancaster, Ohio. Wuy S4, 1K5 3
AM at nil tno-o prepared to furnish LOOKING
OI.AHSKS In MahoiraiiY. Walnut or Koaowood
nniei. Lnnklnv Ola.. Platea. Plcturos Frames, Ac
Aiso.um Frame, uiassoa oi an snos aim .tiiv.,
Portrait Framos, Plcturo Frames, and a general as
onnionlof Pictures and Oil Painting", at whuloaalo
androtall,atthe lowest prices. j. i. i, i-.m ,
No. West Fourth Stroot,CliH-limull,Ohio
March 8, ls.Vl-.-H
WF. aro ilallv rccetringf'erliUcalosnf recommend
allon uud letters spunking In the highest terms
thoir entire aiitinfai'tloii in the operution id the above
Machine, us the following extracts n III show:
Kst I.hikhty. Locan county; Ohio, 154. Messrs.
Do Witt A t'o (rdiiilriiirii, I am now prepared to i
ay that the Heaping nnd Mowing aiacmno purcniisea
of you is right. After fully proylng Its utility hy first
cutting our wheat, then our gruas, ihen our timothy
seed and to-day commenced our oats, and so far Ha
utility and nenlnoss of work is concerned our utmost
oxoectntlon has boeu fully realised, and It beluga new
thing In this neighborhood there hnvo been many to
see it ami all withouloxcoption admire Its work. Ills
probable yon will sell many here next year.
You. In haste. OA KLINLK . AUSTIN.
Caoss I 'nt. Lawrence CO., Pa., June 23, 1HS4. v o.
the unilersigned.havingseen DeWllt A Co. 'a Heaping
and Mowing Machine!. wunnya rnieiitjin operation in
William llliinoliard's medow and from what we havo
seen of It we think It will do all they represent It to do,
as we saw It mow as well as II can be done in any other
way. WM. HLANCIIAKD, THUMAW An,6.
JA.MKS KF.I.SO. JAMES G1LMOHE.
J. V. MeGLATHK.RY. WILLIAM OOLTON,
MILOMcGLATIlKKY, H. M. KIRK,
T. K. McGLATIIERY.
Pcrernl of the nbore hare, pn rc bused Machine slneo.
Messrs. DoWItt A Co Gents, We have tested
Tour machine (Manny's Patent) in grass, also In grain,
and thus far we are well satisned. We would record-
10 patronage or f
O. L. BTOKK,
WILLIAM L. HAYB.
P.nflold, J line liO, 1834. uuu e ru k k.
Bold by T. P. GALLUP, Lancaster, Ohio.
War. Rooms, over J. 8. Bnjder'a Steam Saw and
Plaining Mill. MajrS4, IBM 3
So celebrated in the North and East, into
ONE MOXSTER (0(Elt!
Comprising respectively the most distin
guished Northern and Southern Ferformen !
IN THE SAME RING,
IN FRIENDLY STRIFE !
In the presence of the audience
Under One Tent!
TWO SETS OF PERFORMERS!
TWO SKI'S OF CLOWNS!
ig-TWO SETS OF RING IIORSES!
. i'onfomirrw .vtry Jtjltrnoon i
E 6PECTACLE EVERY NIGHT!
Ned Kendall, the Bugler !
KENDALL'S BRASS BAND!
Drnwu in Triumphal Procession, on ih
morning of.arriv.1 in every place of exhibi
Forty Horses, Driven by One Man!
t'IIOATK'8 8TKI,ti UAM)!
A STUD OP TRICK PONIES!
Dancing and War Ilorsei t
And everything else upon the same elabe
rat. scale, with th. following distinguished
Equestrians, I'lowus, EqHtstriiHMt, Gym
nasts, rantoimmisis, Ac. :
Mad. OttMoxn, I ' M'lli Aonis,
Ala. UaAvari, , Mas. 1ji,
Tui Motlev DaoTiixat,
Chas J. Dooms, BlT-L I.Alt,
The Man Mohket,
Mnxs La Thorn, I Okoroe Dvima,
T. Graven, I'kam OoiiALbsnn,
Gintt's Pantomimic Troupe,
Charles Brown, I 'P. Armstrong,
Charles Caosay, . Hubert Whitr,
Peoasl's, Tartar anh Yt'u-nnu,
Georor Williams, I F. Drarth,
HOURET DkMINO, I GKOROE OOD,
The War Horse Hcckphalvs,
GeoJOR MaCEET, I S. I.1TTERALL,
1'. IlANEKR, I P. WlLLUMS,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
Admimiou, only 35 Cts.,
TO BOTH COMPANIES.
C XVil exhibit .very Aflernoen and
I . sv S Sk . Asan
I-AINU AS I kK,
SATl llDAi', line O, 18SS.
y oriv liorse Froscssion
, will be made at 10 o'clock on the
.MOH.MNO OF THK EXLUBlTlOn
A NEW AND SPLENDID
KEPT BY AN OLD EXPERIENCED HATTKR.
fVKK suhscrlherhas returned to his formor stand,
I four doors North of the American Hotel, and two
doors South of J. H. Hiliy St Co. 'a Boole rilore, in th.
Bissee & Sataoe Block, whore ho Is better prepared
to furn'sb bis customers with all kinds of
HATS AND CAPS
than ho has ever been before. He has altogether the
largest anil best selected assortment of goods in his line
of any establishment In Central Ohio, and he Is deter
mined to dispose of them on very favorablo torma, for
trcA s it i .a
Persons wishing to got a HAT or CAP just to suit
I In stylo, quality or price, cannot possibly do bett.r
until uy ii,iiij nun n inn. f e nvu!0xii.ui
Columbus, aprll 19, 1835 lmSU
WE would particularly Invite the attontlon of onr
Lady readers, who Intend visiting Cincinnati
this Spring orNummer, to the extensive stock of Mrs.
J. A. liE.NDEKSON, late
. in US. RICH,
i('.,Ionn,t, Itlbbona, Flon-rra unrl
lri in 111 intra of the latest HarisA New Vorkatylcs.
Her slock is by far the LA KGKST in the city, and la
kept constantly full by DAILY ARRIVALS from tho
Kast, of tho AVwes-f. Pattorn Bonntto, F.npliok Strawo,
Swiot, Tuscan,aad Satin Braid. Blond and French La
re, together with the most choice Bonnet, Car and
Trimming Kirsons, and Freni h Artificial Plowbrb
Imported; all of which she will sell 25 percent, lower
tbanRny otlierestnhllshmcnt In Cincinnati. Herstore la
no. imp i ti m nr.r.1 , netw.en cim ot nun,
Cincinnati, March SB, IMS 1)'47
GILT Mouldings for Picture) Frames, for sale at the
city book store
April 81, 1854. B. COSNELL, Agent.
A RCHITF.CTURE by L. D. Gould, A. Benjamin and
O. V. Smith, ror sale at me city nonr aiore.
pril XI, IINJS. i. nson,.
CI LARK'S Commentary on the Old and New Testa
,mont, forsale at the city book store
Aprll 31,1km. o.i,u.iii,ub Agent.
TTaTKS. Partington's Carpet Bag of Fun, ror aale a
the cltv book store.
'April SI, 1854.
B. CORNELL Agent
fTVIE Old Brewery and New Mission House, for sal
i the cltv book store.
nHE Lamp Llghler,for aale flt the city book store
J. April J I IBS'. . B OON.NELL. Agent.
TARMF.RS' and Emigrant's Book, for (ale at the
' city book store.
April SI.1K54. b. uuanti,!,, Agent.
fTIANCT Articles in great yarl.ty, for aale at the city
April SI, 1M4.
B. CONNEI.L. Agent.
MPERFECT bealth has kept me from
nv office part of the lime for some
months, I have gained my formor
strength and will not hereafter be ab
sent from my room during business hours.
Killing Teeth receives my special attention, i give
eortlflod guarantees for all my gold fillings to bo affec
tive during the Uvea of the partlos. Iam able after
near SO years attention to Iho Teeth to give every por
son tho most positive assurance that they can aave
everv Tooth by tlmolv and frequent attontlon.
. OFFICE Kwlng's Brick, on the Hill. H.SCOTT.
TrpFor those who havo the TOOTH-ACHB and
will nnthavethem extracted, I hare a remedy that
seldom falls to give relief. Also, Tooth Powders,
Brushes, Ac. H. BCOTT.
Lancaster, Deceinbsr 6, 185431
I? A 31 2 1 IT ,11 2, 3 OSAllUBQIQ.
Main Street, Snd door East of Clj's Hot.1,
Lancaster, May 3, lH5--5t