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T bandar Mornlii. Juno ai.lMSS
Having purchased of Thos. 8. Slaugh
ter the entire Gazette Establishment, with
till unsettled subscription and advertising
toot out on the first of May last, n gener
al settlement becomoa desirable, previous
to Mr. Slaughter's final removal vest.
We hope ourpatrons .will act according
ly. , O. W. MacElrov.
PRINCIPLES OF THE AMERICAN
PARTY OF OHIO.
1. The unlimited Freedom of Religion
disconnected with politics Hostility to
ecclesiastical influences upon the affairs of
Government Equality of rights to nil
naturalized Emigrants who are thoroughly
Americanized, and owe no temporial alle
giance, by reason of their religion, higher
than that to the Constitution.
2. No interference with the rights of
citizenship already acquired by Foreign
ers, and the protection of law to all who
honestly emigrate from love of liberty; but
the exclusion of foreign paupers and fel
ons, and a refutal to extend the right of suf
frage to all who come hereafter until they
shall have resided 21 years in the United
States and complied with the Naturaliza
3. ODDOsition to all political organiza
tions composed exclusively of Foreigners.and
to f oreign Military vompaniee, ami io au
attempt to exclude the Bible from School)
tujiported by the Government.
4. Slavery Is local not national: we
oppose its extension in any of our terri
tories, and the increase of its political pow
er by tho admission into the Union of any
Slave State or otherwise; and wo demand
of the Grfiioral Government an immediate
redress of the great wrongs which hnve
been inflicted ubor, the cause of Freodom
and the American character by tho repeal
of tho Missouri Compromise, and the in
troduction of Slavery into Kansas in viola
tion of law, by force of arms, and the de
duction of the elective franchise.
' 5. In hurablo imilation of thewisdomof
Washington, we oppose all intervention in
tho affaiisof Foreign Sutes;yet on all pror
r occasions, wo will not withhold our
sympathy from any peoplo aspiring to he
6. We support Ameican Industry and
genius against the adverse policy of For -..itrn
nations and facilities to internal and
1 commerce bv the improvement of
Rivers and Harbors and the construction
of National Roads uniting tho various sec
linn of the Union.
7. The Union of these State should be
mad perpetual by a faithful allegiance to
0. InStato policy we zealously advocate
Retrenchment and Reform a modification
nf Mi nresent ormrcssive system af Taxa
tion and a liberal system of Public Schools
Iho Stiite Convention.
We clip the following excellent article
from tho Cincintnti Gatotte. We com
in ;n I it as breathing 'the true spirit of
con.iiliaiion, aiilif the advico is hedeed by
delozates to the Convention, we will have
union unJ harmonv. an 1 our ticket will
be elected by an overwhelming majority;
Asthd tima for holding a State cortven
turn to nominate candidates for State ofli
nnnrtuielies. the interest f.-dt.iu the
suhieut increases. The Amoriean and Ru
the orders of the Pope of Rome, to Arch
shop IIuoiibs, of New York, who has
ust retured from a pilgrimage to the Holy
Father, whither he went to report tho pro
gre of Catholicism in America. The
command is "CRUSH OUT REPUB
Read it Americans! The Pope says:
If our Church if to lige, it mutt be in A
merica. Uovernmenu art loitering here.
' a1! Tl. .l.i-.
i.fry.iynT".. a.t to yuujvr i . . ii,mj j..,i I....
the future. SPREAD ROMANISM IN ,T'7 '
MERICA, CRUSH OUT KEPUULI-r v.
A N ISM. The church may before a month
fiee to your thoret."
Crush out Republicanism."
puolican papers throughout tno stale nave
much to say upon me question, me
iames of many gentlemen have been men
tioned as suitable candidates for tho vari
ous offices to be filled, and if we can form
h correct opinion from what we hoar and
sue, there is a strong, almost a unanimous
desire to have the ticket composed of the
' most worthv men in thoa'ate. It is nulu
. ral to suppose that there will bo difference
of opinion in regard W candidates, audit
is proper that these differences should be
nimla Dublic. And so Ions as favorites
" are presented, and their claims arc urged
in a spirit of candor; without disparaging
tha claims of others, no harm can arise
from it. On tho contrary, much good
may bo trained. Wo have long since given
upour preference for men. Experience
has taught us that there are always plenty
of good men for all tho offices to bo tilled
In public matters wo prefer the triumpl
of a principle, rather than tho triumph o
an individual. If. therefore, we have
a ticket noruiuated at Cjlumbus composed
ofjjood men, representing good principl
" we shall be satisfied, at tho same time wi
must not fail to act wisely and discroetly
in the seloction of men, 1 he purposo
nnrtvoriranizition is success. We must
not nominata a ticket that will be beaten
or what is the same tliina produco division
we desire to succeed, we wish to change tho
Dublic policy of tho state, and to bring a
bout a different stato of thin js from that
which we now have. For these rea
sons we have tnken no part in bringin
' forward the particular claims of individu
als. Personally we care little about such
: kiud of cluims. becauso a man has once
been in office it is no reason why he should
ha nutinofUiiO aorain. nor is it a reasou
why ha should not bo.
Wu know verv well, that unless we
have a perfect union wo cannot succeed
Our onnonents are stronff. They hold
' possession they hold the patronage o
tho state and the Nation, and if we prevai
' " : against them it must be by union and ef
fort. Every delegate, therefore. that goes
to Columbus; should go there determined
to sink personal preferences for the good
of the State. We need a chaniro in our
State policy. We do not expect too muo
' from more legislation, but wo expc
v BomethinDT- we expect only what is prop
i. er and legitimate. The legislature of tho
State can and has exercised much influence
, upon the public welfare. Wo all have felt
1110 Ollgnl 01 VICIOUS - lejjiaiiiHuu. xs i:
seen in the destruction of our banking in
stitutions.inour excessive taxos, and in the
miserable management of the canals.
" Too much regard has been paid to f mere
. party behest, and not sufficient attention
Las been paid to tho interests of trade
and. commerce. Let us reform these
' JtSTA twenty mile" race, in harness, be
tween two horses named Trustee and
' Spangle, came off on TJaion Course, on
Monday, and resulted in the victory for
the former, who preformed the distance in
' 65 minutes 44 seconds. Spanglo was 15
( seconds in tbe. rear.
The following extract is contained in
Arrival of tbe Atlantic.
HIGIILV IMPORTANT I3TELL10EXCK.
Sanguinary Fighting IScfor Setuitbpol.
EIGHT THOUSAND HKN KILLED OB WOCaDED.
New York, June 13. The steamer At
lantic, with advices from London and Liv
erpool to tha 2d inst., arrived at this port
CommercialIktellioes'". The Bread
. . i . : ., .1 . i .
I in active speculative uvmanu, uic Miles
during tho week reaching 152,000 Lales.of
which speculators took 01,500 bales. The
market is reported steady. The stock in
port was 529,000 bales, of which 332,000
by tho American Press of j bales wore American.
Ih and length of our coun- . Tho ?oncf aT0 ""J'- S'mnoh
naa advanced to vz 7 uraji. i
is Holiness, the Pope only confirms the
tho entire breach!;
try. Who among all our readers can now
doubt the final object of Rjrnnn politico-
Catholicity, when we have the distinct a
vowal of its object from tho head of the
church? How much food docs it furnish
for tho reflection of every thinking friond
of American Republicanism? With Ca
tholicism severed from its temporal aspi
ration we mako no war, as a form of relig
ious worship plnced upon the same basis
lb the various denominations of the
Protestant church. It should receive the
full protection of our citizens and laws.but
hen the distinct instruction comes, "crush
out Republicanism," how much does it
behoove Americans to be on their guard?
Years sinco it became obvious to many
mericans of the country that the ultimate
objects of the church were to render the
Republic subservient to the church.
Hence aroso tho American organization,
and honce tho justly popular condemnation
of the Roman policy in the United States.
Tho objects of the church were for many
years kept in profound secrecy, and the
trumpet tongue of the true .friends of the
Republic only aroused our people to tho
sonso ot their danger, ana it was not
until the American people became thor
oughly aroused to the sense of theso ob
jects that the church came outopenly with
the avowal to crush out Republicanism.
We commend these instructions of the
Pope to the-earncst, candid and deliberate
reflection of every true Son of Liberty.
Shall Republicanism be crushed?.
. No, God and our native land forbid.
In all religioui experience we remember
nothing that has caused us greater joy
than to hoar of the rumored conversion of
the reproUatos of tho Sunday Morning
Cincinnati Enquirer. If there is much
joy over one convened sinncrmai repen-
tetlr, how much greater must the jubilee
live been, when Robinson, Marshall
and CtRTitS got religion. Wo copy the
following item from tho Cincinnati Gazette:
Great Reform is a Newspaper Of
fice. It is rumored that tho publishers,
edi'ors, and printers of a Sunday morning
paper called the .ftnottiwhave all been-suu-
denly converted, and joined the "most
straitestseot, the l'liansces. jt is sau
religious meetings are to be held every
Sunday morning at the Enquirer office.
which iircconducreu oy Jiro. Kooinson.aiu;
to which all members of tho class, order
k tribe, who do not prefer to goto Moore's
garden, '.or up the river on the Champion,
iro invited to attenu.
On next Sabbath morning Bro. Marshall
assis:ant editor, nnd Bro. Curliss, nvei
reporter, aro expected to rel ite their ex
perience, which can not Lill io oo very
We give the above as a mere rumor, for
what it ii worth. Lika Thomas, we
N. B. Newsboys peddling tho Sun
day morning Enquirer in the streets are
requested to cry it softly, snas not to un
necessarily disturb this meeting.
Ak ' 11 t' . I-....
Jur neigiiooroi me oiu mo uun,
will ponder over this wonderful conver-
sion, nnd oeioro ins next naooiun ua a
Reflection, think upon his latter end.
IsDurEXPEST. V. H. P. Denny, editor
of tho Western Star, published at Lebanon
0., has bean named as a candidato for
Lieut. Governor, on the Republican ticket,
In a late number of his paper, he took oc
casion to speak pretty freely of S.' P.
Chase, and in no very flattering terms ci
ther. For this offense, the Free Soil pa
pors seem inclined to damage Mr. Denny's
popularity a little. In tho last number of
the Star wo find tho following paragraph,
which we commend to the nttention of po
litical aspirants everywhere:
"The Ohio Columbian thinks our chance
for nomination for Lieut. Governor will
not be much improved by our strictures on
S. P. Chase. It will perhaps comfort
tho editor to loam that we have not sought
nor do we intend to seek the office, but if
wo wcro as anxious for the office, as. Mr.
Chase is for that of Governor, we should
not hesitate a moment to express any opin
ions wo might c-ntertain. For our contu
macy in speaking our mind in relation to
Mr. Chaso, we give tho Columbian full
loave to damage us in public estimation as
much as it pleases. We would, however,
not give up the right of free discussion for
all the offices in thegiKof Ohio.
The Crops. Geo. C. Davies, Esq.,
(formerly one of the editors of the Cincin
nati Atlas,) reports to the Gazette, that in
a travel of over fifteen years, ho has "ncv
crseen so broad a portion of the c6untry
under cultivation as at present, or during
that period, a time when the crops promis
ed a raoro abundant yield than now
Mr. D. concludes his letter as follows:
Two weeks ago anxiety and gloom were
Catherine imon manv A countenance, and
longing eyes were turned heavenward
lookinar for the needed rain. They die
not look in vain. Ho who has promised
that "so long as summer and winter shall
last, seed timo and harvest shall not fail,'
sent a gracious rain, which has been gen
eral throughout the land, and which, so
far as drought was concerned, has entire
ly rehered the fears or the husbandman
The peach Crop in the vicinity of Pitts
burgh, it is said, will be unusually large
slightly higher. Scotch Pig is quoted at
- American stocks were in active demand.
and prices were better.
ukneral Intelligence. The news
from the seat of war by this steamer i
highly important. The allies had captur
ed Kertzch on the sea of Azof, and also
havo taken the Russian camp atTchernaya,
besides having obtained various successes
before Sevastopol. The news generally is
of more importance tlian any received
since the battle of Alma.
The Allies have been successful in three
The conflicts on the nights of the 22d
and 23d, between the French and Russians,
briefly reported by the last steamer, turns
out to have boon of tho most sanguinary
description. The conflict lasted the whole
of each night, and the loss in killed and
wounded, on both sides, is set down at
eight thousnnd men. The French took
nnd maintained nn important position of the
defence, as was before stated, and retained
The Allies made a rapid advance, and
seized and retained tho Russian lines on
the Tchernaya without much loss, the Rus
sians having retreated to the hills upon the
approach of the allied forces. . The seciet
expedition of tho allies went to the Sea of
Azof and obtained easy possession of
Kertzch, and consequently the full com
mand ot the ea of Azof, in which are now
fourteen of tho allied steamers. The Rus
sians retreated on the approach of the al
lies, having first blown up the forts, bumed
four steamers, thirty transports, and half a
million sacks of breadstutis
France and England have dealiucd to re
new the Conference at Vienna.
The latest advices say the French have
established a camp at Ichernaya.
It is said lielgium will furnish a contin
gent of 20,000 men.
Strong hopes of peace prevailed in Eng
land, i ho details ot the engagement oi
tho night of tho 22J and 23d of May, be
tween the French and Russians are fright
ful in tho extreme. Nearly the vyhold
Russian garrison was engagod, and the
conflict was chiefly a "hand to hand" fight,
the bayonet being the chief arms used, and
nearly two-thirds of the killed wero bayo
General Pelissier says tho Russian loss
was enormous, and of his own troops quite
heavy, though nothing in proportion to the
tiortschikoff s account ot the allair is as
"Yesterday evening seventeen battalions
of the enemy, with reserves, attacked the
front of our counler-anproach, which had
been commenced the day before in front of
bastions five an I six Tho combat was
sanguinary, and lasted during the who!
night, and our loss in killed and wounded
is nearly two thousand five hundred."
Gen. Pclissier, telegraphs, under date ot
May 25, "ro-day we have occupied the
enemy s line on the Ichernaya. Ihe en
emy not being in force, offered but liul
osislance, and retreated n pidly into the
hills. We havo established ' ourselves in
the work, taken on the night of the 23d
A na rmistice was agreed upon for to
bury the dead, which enabled us to form
an estimate of tho enemy s loss, which .
am satisfied cannot be less than five thou
and. including the wounded. Tho enemy
has not made any demonstration against
the lines on the Tcliernnya. Ihe worlcs
on the fortifications Kameisch are progres
sing. Tho sanitary condition of the army
It was rumored at Paris on Friday that
Pelissier had attacked and routed Liprand's
force, and that Gen. Canrobert had been
wounded, and nnother General-killed, but
this report was doubted.
Lamp Uefore Sevastopol, May xi.
We are masters of the sea of Azof, with
out casualty. The troops landed at Kertzch
on the 24th, her Majesty's birthday, and
the enemy fled, blowing up the tortilica
tions on both sides of the straits, and de
stroving their steamers. Some vessel
and about titty guns have lalieu into our
In a dispatch of tho following day, he
thus gives an account of tho landing at
Kertzch in a more detailed manner:
Gen. Sir George Brown reached Eni-
kaleb straits, having tho previous day de
stroyed the foundry near Kertzch, where
shot and shell and Minnie balls were man
Letters from Brown and Admiral Lyons
say the enemy had destroyed four steamers
and a large quantity ot grain, i he sloops
of tho Allies succeeded in blowing up the
magazine and destroying about one hun
dred merchant vessels. Only one Russian
steamship remained on the Azof."
The occupation ot Ualatz and an attack
T. in 1 . 1
upon Ismail ana oenir was ponnuenuy
spoken of. .
The garrison ot Sevastopol and most oi
its supplies from Kertzch 'he capture of
the place must therefore be looked upon as
of great importance
H uty cases ot cholera and twenty deaths
aro reportod in the British oamp before
Sevastopol. There were also some cases
among the French
The Sardinian contingent had landed in
excellent health, and with ample supplies
of provisions and munition of war,
Tho wftrm weather in the Crimea had
been succeedod by rain. '
Large convoys had entered Sevastopol
from the JNorlh.
The Russians were working vigorously
on the north side of the harbor, erecting
The Allies had completed the fourth
parallel, and the British were moving all
the heavy mortars nio me auvancea par
all el s.
The deserters from the Russian garrison
report the garrison very strong in num
bers, but recent hot weather bad produced
From tha Baltia we Lav reports from
Dantzic to the S3 alt. The firt division
of the Russian gun boats, ltiond at
Swcaborg.had moved to the opposite coaul,
in the vicinity of Rig-
The Freucb squadron sailed from Koll
on th 2 2d ult. to join the Englixh, which,
wIihi last reported, was bryoud Nsrgen.
The Runian Miuiiter of Foreign A ffir
had iued a circular respecting the block
ade of the Finland ports, in which he says
England has departed from the principle
that the flag covers the cargo.
It wa expected toward the close of the
week, in England, that tho conferences at
Vienna would not be renamed, as the new
Austrian proposition were promptly re
jected by Eranee and England. Negotia
tions between Austria and Prussia wero as
active ai ever.
Tho Viceroy of Egypt had given orders
for the construction of a Railway across tho
MenchikofT had returned to St. Peters-
burgh, and was well received by the Emperor.
there were 74C Kussian prisoners in the
andsof tho Allies, while the Russians
have but 108 privates and ten officers be-
ongingto the Untish.
Advices from China, say the Imperial
troops had been withdrawn from the neigh
borhood of Shanghae toward Nankin, and
matters had assumed an unfavorable
the insurgents wero making such ad
vances that (ears were entertained that
they might stop the export trade of Sliang
Famino threatened the country, and
food riots were apprehended.
The lirilisu f aeihe tleet was to rendez
vous at Japan, and afterwards proceeded
to the Russian possessions at the north.
The United slates vessel, J. V. Kenne
dy, was at Canton; the Vandalia at Wham-
poa; and the PowhaUan at Singapore.
Uapt. Adams would proceed home by
this mail, with the ratified Japan treaty.
Dates from the Baltic to the .26ih,
which aro the very latest, say that when
the steamer Driven was sent into the Bal
tic ports to servo vessels with official no
tice of the blockade she found an Ameri
can vessel, the Samuel Appleton, of Bos
ton, upon which she also served a noiice,
wuh warning to Wear out within six days.
A day or twoafier, when on a cruise, she
fell in with the Appleton, and an officer
was sent on board to examine her papers,
which were found in order. The officer
then demanded to see the bills of lading,
Io which the American captain objected,
jiml began to mako difficulties; but the
Britsh officer insisted, and it turned out
that the Samuel Appleton had just landed
at a Baltic port, fifty thousand rifles, and
ten thousand revolvers, besides about
eight hunnreu bales ot cotton, as an osten
sible part of her cargo. Tho ship was
then caretuliy overhauled, out notn-
. tin ft
ing contraband oi war was lonna.
A French private dispatch from Varna,
states that the allies were in possession of
"c.hernaya on the right bank of the river.
and that two Russian batteries and several
battalions were detached from the north of
Sevastopol, to support the returning force.
It is reported that the lira nil Duke Con
stantino, lias resigned his position as
Grand Admiral of the Russian navy, nnd
that the peace party was in the ascendant
at St. Petersburg. Theso reports caused
t, i. r: I . .1 - f..,i - -
Ine oruisn iiinus iu auiftiiut? lurinvr un
The bullion in the bank ot England had
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CirrtAfd mtittf M-i,tJi c..,.u A". ..t hava do cliangs U notice in. Domestic
MJlAnn. t Umani tha market con Lin up I acantilr IDD-
. j ,
All Stat lir.nr Ii.. u4
in P'"' w'l '' of mall lota at our annex-
Ktai io. H.k( ii y,n bull I cdn ouoiationa. Some manufacturers have
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XUU Bank ptr AUSolrrvl Hank JKdU
Fl.a li.i.tl Ji?3 f cu. GKol'.tilA.
k.h..V rttHV. AI11.,I)I.I B.nkt $ ft tit
All Sol. "I tUnki pas SOL'IH CAKOLl.MA.
VIKC151A. All ttolr.-al Hunt. fcdi.
Old Rank! par ILI.Hulrf.
P Biuirl ' par All Slt Haoki Sprdii
EnptrrM-AII M IKCoNSl.t.
rhaur - c4l AUSoLxul Hauk Sptdli
All Kj.I. Fr.lr.nl Lk, i,tf allCMlGAS.
MISNOUHI. AII8olalBauka iftiii
SLtta Bank par
UijIaaaofTered In payment ofMlta or oi denfit.
notei orlatioiftlati',i. lata f ia.laai V) JLiukt
ODtrf Ihia Hul (r.paeialjr Matter ufMraj r uvl
cqoal tu fror9iug quuUttoaa.
G.ld,aaliinfall'f p cpriatlctu.
Kvrhanga "I ..
Following raldf of lnteret allowed oa depoalli:
For 3ulo IW !j).J f cant. forSlo K'moiilhaO ( nil
3 toS fbliilli ft p " Ohm jTMar 7 '
If JJepoiiu nij, In Coin, carliflclra made pajaljlr
It, a-tma. M ,ny matt.ra uall, ad U,a tttpplj i bow
0'iual to all wfeoljaofaeddiaauds.
Gazette Orricz, Jane, i I 1855. Our
quotations this morning are a follow:--wheat,
1,80. Flour, 9,00 per barrel;
Corn, CO; Rye, 90; Oat, 35ctx; Clover
seed 5,50; Timothy seed, 3a4,00; Pota
toes, 1,50, Flax seed, ral, 00; . But
ter, 12al5c;. Eggs, C cents, Salt, 2.50
Beans, 2,00; Soaps, 6(5.6e: Coffee,
12Jal5c; Tea, S'JcalOO; Molass. 40
Sugar. 7Ia8o. White Fish 12i24,O0per
barrel; Pickerel 10,00 to 12.00; Ri. e Ca.
a17c; Vinegar, 18a25c; Tobacco, 25h35c;
Hay. Il,00al2,00. Tallow 10$ per brl.
Whisky, 39c. Wool 20n33e.
jrio'ictary nnd Commercial.
Cincinnati, 'June 18. Commercial
matters generally remain inactive, and de
void of interest. E is tern Exchange is
In relation to Land Warrants, Thomp
son' Riporter says
Land Warrants are coming into the mar
ket freely. The demand for them, how
ever, is such as to enable us to pay $1,07
per aero, and to fill orders at 91.10 per
acre. Most ol the warrants mat now
come into the market are of the denomina
tion of 120 and 16J acres, owing to the
fact there will bo no more 40's and the
new 80'shave'notyot made their appear
ance. We would impress parties who
send us Warrants for sale with the impor
tance of having the assignments made in
exact accordance with the form prescri
bed by the Department at Washington, as
the slightest informality may cause their
rejection. Those who desire the fotms of
assignment may have them gratis ly ad
dressing us by mail or otherwise; also,
forms of application for obtaining War
rants. Ohio Life nnd Trut Company Bank
Stock 6old in New York pn Friday at 101 j
and Cincinnati and Indianapolis Riilroad
... ' repaired to the interior for their
foreign i quiet, with sales on
trm.. We quote:
American rim. Fl P lb
Do. fall Blood Merino
Do. and f Merino
Do. Native and qr. do . .
Sup. Pulled Country
u.t. I, Fulled Country 23($23
Peruvian Washed 3J&32
Valparaiso, Unwashed 13(314
So. Am., Com. Washed 12 1 3
So. Am. Entre Rio 14J(vI6
South Am. Unwashed C 9
South Am. Cordova 2228
Enst India. Washed 2u'(42R
African, Unwashed Oft 18
African, Washed 183CJ
Smyrna, Unwashed . 13I4
Smvrna, Washed 23(s2C
Mexican, Unwashed 1 2(4 1 4
Baltimore, June Id.
WOOL Tho market thU week lias
been quite active, and the sales reach 12;
000 to 15,000 lbs. No change has taken
place in prices since our last, but the mar
ket is pretty stiff at the quutatjona. We
quote as last week, unwashed at !619e.
pulled at 18($23c, tub washed at 2.529c,
fleece Wol, common to quarter bhwd at
25a27c. do half to three quarter blood at
28a35c. do full blood at 35a40c, and extra
do at 40a45c ) fb.
BT Ttrtuaof a writ of an cnUonto me directed,
will Im old on fWey .7....ISSS, at tha
4 wfearrorUtfonraCartcrm incair.
rairaera touni., uni, uie
BOAT ALAGH&3Y and all bar Far-
nlinra and one P'is Horaa; lakao aa itaa prowriyaf
Ilia Caual B.jit A larlifiiy, to aalitff an execution a
mlhal aald Boat, in faror of G. W. Tartor.
TUa aale Ut commence between the hoara of 10 o'
clock A.M. and 4 o'clorit P. M. Turaii caih.
E. A. HICUAKUS, MarabaL
Laneaur,Juae ll.lrii Swii
The Harvest Bkoux. The harvesting
of early wheal was commenced in Ran--
:lolph county, Illinois, nnu it promises a
most abundant yield. In a few days we
shall havo new flour from new wheat.
Tho later wheat, in the same section, looks
rcmarUatily well. ot. jmhi imp., June
JVcvv Vork ITIarkei.
New YoK, June 18. Cotton unchang
ed. Flour moderate; sales at previous
rates. Southern 800 bbls at Si 0,251 1,25.
Wheat dull and decliiiing. Corn a trifle
higher. 30,000 bush of mixed sold at 81a
SI, 02. Pork firm with an upward ten
dency. 2500 bbls of old mess wld at
517,05a 17,75. Beef unchanged with mo
derate sales. Lard unchanged with mo
derate demand. Ohio Whiskey higher.
800 bbls sold at 35.ta3C.
Tho Fenate of New Hampshire has
made choice of Messrs. Hale and Bell, to
represent tho State in the United States
Senate. They had previously tacn chos
en by tho House of Representatives.
The cholera has broken out among the
United States troops stationed at Baton
Rrninra. Fiftv soldiers wero sick with it
on tho 14th. and several others had died.
The Canker worms are makins; dreadful
havoc with the fruit- trees in the neijj;h-.
borhood of Boston. Thev cat up all tho
foliaire nnd fruit, and leave the tree as if
blasted with lightning. . ,
Cin'cikxati, June 19. Floub The
market is very dull, and we heard of no
sales this morning. Good brans are not
saleable at over 9,25. Received during
he last 24 hours 3G5 barrels.
Provisions,-We heard of no sali?s this
moniinj. The maruet is quiet nut nrm.
Whiskey, Sales of 500 brls from river
and railroad at 30 and 50 do. at 30. Tho
market continues steady with a good de
mand. - -
Cheese, Sales of 200 boxes at 8c. indi
cating no chango in the market.
Butter, The receipts are very light but
the demand is limited. A sale of of 6 fir
kins (rood at 15c.
Groceries, We hear of no change in
tho market of consequence. Tho demand
continues moderate and is confined to the
regular wants of the trade. Prices remain
Lieut. Col. Bragg, of tha Artillery, so
well known in connection with tho victo
ries of our troops on the Rio Grade under
General Taylor, declines tho Majorship in
one of the new regiments, tendered him
by the President.
Gens. Scott and Jessup have, within a
few days, expressed their opinion that the
Allies cannot retreat from the Crimea,
without first eanturincr Sevastopol hy a
....... - a -
coup de main, or beating the Russian ar
mies of tho interior in a pitched battlo.
Eliza Karr, aged 30, left Pittsburg two
vears asro, ana nas not since oeen oearu
' . r 1.
imm Anv iniormauon lespctiin imi
will be thankfully received by David Karr,
North Georgetown, Columbiana Oo., Ohio.
The editor of the Ohio Farmer who has
been travelinir throujrh the Miami valley
says that the corn crop never looked bet
ter in that section, anu present, .appear
ances indicate a heavy crop. :
Alettcrfrom Orcaron, dated March 13th,
rnresent that the trees were then in bios
som, and that the prospect of the crops in
dicate a most abundant narvosi in mat ter
Remember that self interest is more
likely to warp yourjudgment than all oth
er ' circumstances combined; therefore,
look well to your duty when your interest
is concerned. ' -
Base all vour actions upon a principal of
right, preserve your lniegriitaapi on
ter, and, in doing thinoverteOp to
on the cost.
Th Csiar has rewarded General Baron
Osten-Sacken's merits aa defender first of
Odessa, and next Sevastopol, by raising
him to the dignity of count.
Bottles shrouded in orape, are exhibited
at the windows of one of the saloons in
New Bedford, Mass. It is probably a
testimonial of respect to departed spirits.
S. A. Douglas, Esq., writes letter to
the editor of the Louisville Democrat,
stating that he is unalterably opposed to
Th Rtnta Bank of Indiana has been re
organized, and a bratveh of it established
at Jeffersonville, a city opposite Louisville
on the Ohio. .,' . v
O. II. PERRY,
WHOLESALE fc RETAIL DEALER IN
Rtbartf tTrnti't Old 8t4tMit St.. Lanetrttr, Qki.
RKsrfcCTKl"LLVo!U-IU tf.4 tUntlonof ll who
uiit wti.t Oroi-vriettu bit new and It rife Hlock
un .ia..iJ, etubrmctiif lu purt, tti following trucles:
JAVA A 3D KIO COffEE;
Young Hjx4Mi. Imp. H licit nd G aupowder TEAS;
N?w urUn, Crushed, Lotf and rulvoiic4 Sugar;
O'j.diM) a lad .Sugar House Syrup, S. O. Mulasa;
Kite, Oraingfa, Lefnous. Piirn. Ktiltlni. Filberts
and Altnoiids m
HugjrCured HAMS; Dried Bvef, BJuofa Sauiago,
Checae and Kplwi:
Hnup; ly citufi4. Candle. Tubt sitd Backets;
Wajjtibt'ardf. brouiu., tVc, die.
A LIS I A flue lHof Chewing Tnhmc?ri;Sin5kinff do
F. -reign artd D-jtnuUtc Liura, Sotloni dec.
1 fetrl assured that ail who mmT favor me with a rail
will not go away Uiiiatiafled wltb mj prices, vcn If
Uit y ahould not d tiiducwa i uuv.
In a Urn dys I will havo LAKE FISH of all kind.
IS. B. COUArKYI'KODUCliUteaipexchangafor
Gruccr.es. Latoeaftter, June 14. Ic5i--5if
1nalaiUtralara IMala ( j
I Uil'iiniii,i',m,H in,;i ...i
kUlaoroato, la lb we, h.r.ia Ik. AJiw.litoi
of John t.mc.,.ll,am..Mrt. la ,,..il a4 Siltiaa
W. Camiki,u ua crthrra era rtel.edaait, I IU vn
X ouir lae t3d day cf ui, a. D.
belveen the boon of tea o-tl.- A . M. t,,,
cliark V. U. ot aald 4r.II.r lor aale aa4 aall l the
bla-eeat hlUtler by futlie reaeue a4 wvu-ry, ua ike
Rreiuiea.ta f"lltwltif laiiil ai4 ieiiamonlt; la I
. 36 In thaTta'aof rickinnirV'n, f.lraold eeaatj.
km: Alto, part etlfc MnrtaeaM Va.tu, mt Hrcuwa
40 44 N" srp.A Kr.jie armntHrmai.i:rli.aukaNerk
ipfunn jeaat eoraerof le,jaaia eu,r e tb9 f'ai"'
ouoo i aaueoruerul Lot .No. I aa marked ua Ihe lai of Uie
31(0(31 I County Sunreyor'a rrua,'d muni; lli.n.e CaMal6.e
ocr.i oo ! "n bnaudari haa er old W.Htkaaa. UaarCer ot
Zl(.'J.-0 l HMtlAn d. V3, 3 tlnnl and Su link., lu a t at tha
Vnfrll Noruaeat rurner nf Lot No. II. aa aiark.d auOa the
una. ioa HMi at tha Aorthareelcuruer or Lea ao. in
aiark.d ouuld aurrey; tkeure Ko e.lh aall like S
rb.Hi, and link, tu a Ket at tMe 5orUiweet euruer
of L.l So. 4a marked oa aad plan lltenee Haat arlia
aald Iiiiu JUj lluk.toaetone ai the Kurtheeii corner
ol Mid Lot X.,.4; ikai,ce South with Ike Kaal koendarf
line or aald .No. 4, HI ahatua and r3 l'uk le a atone at
the Soutlieaeteoruer of aaid Lot tiu. 4. 1 the Jiort
twen.lar) line ot .M.aon'e Iran; thn,re M eat ub aaid
Matin'. .Vbwlid.ri1.ao2-, tkht a y4i roruer be
lean, aald lot. Not. Jane a; lame M rate ill! aald Una
orhain.and ;t liHiWio..'!, earner nalwaea loUMoa.
I andC: tlieiace oouUauli.n W-at iih:aid UeScualu
and iutinkaloa atone at the Koetheeat cerner ol n.l
n. 1; tlirure Morili Uvhailia ikdn lluka to the place
of belnnine:,oa!aiiiiiir C 0I-I141 at-roa.
A lo part of Ike kollheeel tituirter and part Of tha
Xorlkeuat UuarterefaVvUon o.a at Townahtp fl'O;
IJ Kantta So. 211, Kefugae and heiindctf a foUoeei 14
atre. aa marked on the 1a! or the t'O'inty Hurveyor1
r.lMrn, eointneatii'f al a alone on the Vobltiweet cor
aruf laaac ririnltn'alaad: tkehoi baet lerkaika to a
pott; Ihenre Kouth W ebeikl to a po.i; Ut.nre Waat
JOckiiii a M. apoat outke V eat boundary line of aald
lli.i .i Sr- ti',u,ib juta.N'oitli witU aaid line la oheiueto
A la.,, L-ita Xo. I end 2. evitjlu'.njt t arrca la thi
aaid Surthreat Cla irtrr ol aald aVctiou Ho. t, com
muDdi'f at k atone aJ the njorthwaat corner of aald
orllie.t (iaartnr M-,ttlu; tkne axt alonf the
o:t:i b ui.d Aty line thjreuf. 4 vh.iua and 7 linka to
a poet at the aurrheaet eorner of lot 5o. 1; tbanea
bt 4 rb.m.aiid 73 luika to a poit ai tk. korthenai vr
HrtotW. ., Ih.'Oca Koulb 9 clia n.and Hi lluka Id
to a poMa ue ae .tlieaat aorner Af let Ko. ; ttaaoee
W.ete clirtlnaaud ,J llnka to a poat cornet oetween
a:id lU Ko. 1 and 8; llirnre Vin 1 ihail.a A 27 link
toe K,.tat the aonttraeet 10-ner of lnt no. 1: thencd
DurtiikriiHiKa artd io liuka to toe beginning, coklalu
ing in all 21 Ki-lU) arrea.
Alan. noftlie norihead CH4rtr ef Sitlon ao S3j
T ,wu,nii ao. Id, Range o. So, Kufnae, knon be be
ing l1ao. 1. aa marked on tlte plat In biok mi. 3, Bur
vet ao. rr3f. County Hurveyoi'a Heewrda, beglnkiiigat
a tone at the northweat citmer of aaid CfuarLer auc
tion; thence kaat al'rnr the aorlh boundary ritietbere
of a chain, and ii liuk. t'l a j o t: Ihraea auath para! el
ith ihe areat boaiidaiy line of aaid Uoaner IV alialna
and 33 linka to a poet; thence W'rU 6 ebalna and 39
linka In pnf. 011 the Wnl bjunbary line thereof;
Ibeuee north 17 cnaika and 33 llnka to tbe beginning;
containing II arrea.
Alio a part of aim iQmrter Sa.-llon, beginning at
poaton the n. boundary line ofaeid Voarter 4 ckaina ev
36 link. Keel of lite northweat corner of aaid (tuartert
theuce EaatTchaiiiaandio linka to a port; thenee
rioutb ITcliaina and 33 linka to a port; tnence Weal
7 ebatm and iufi linka 10 a "; theuca north 17 thai n
andxilinkato tbe pl-iee of beginning, eoataioinir 13
arrca. AIm part 01 the northweat Quarter ol Seitiou
S3, or Lot 44, Toncahip 10. KanrcW, Kefogee Be
ginning al the north wert corner of aald Paction; thencd
Kaat with the Wert boundary line thereof 9 ehalnaend
47 w; llnka to a poet at the noriheaet eornerof Latl,
(on the 9 acre tract) a, marked on the plat; thence
ria.t ici S (ink. t the northeast corner of Lot nd.
10a po.i; tb'neeSoulh parallel with tho Wert boun
dary line chain, and io linka tea Krt at the Bouill
on corner or raid Lot no. 3; thoncc Wcat 58 J llnka to
a port al ' the Soulheaat corner of Lot no. 1; thence
Weal tclialnl and 47 K l.nkatoa po.tatthe gouthweit
corner of sAid Lot no. 1 ou tbe Wert baadary line of
aaid Section; thence north with aaid Section line
chalnaand Killukt to the beginning, SnuUiklng In all
uaerea. . , . . .,
I ernaaof aalc one intra hid in nana one wirain
For LeTyingTaiai for City parpoaea for tbe year 1135.
EC. I. Btit trdaimtd ! ?i?j C.ti7 Ci(y
, that a Tax of ONE and 1!IKJb.E
II IX on the Dollar of Valuation, be
FDLKl HSofa M
and thu aame is hnreby lericd Ok all property aubject
totaiailou rnr rtau and county nurpoaca witntn tne
iucorpurute liuiiia of the City of Lajicaaeer for City
Kkc. 9. Bl it farther tr4titi bf tt tktr mftrt-
ttH. That i'ta ol O.NK HALF MILL on the llollsr
of Valuation, be and ttie nme la herehy levied upon
all iironeriv aniiject to taxation for kute and county
purpoeea wilhiii the Inrorporated limiu of tbe City of
LancaAWr, for tbe purpoie of contributing to Uie maln
taiiialii'C of a Fire llepartineiit of aald City.
Iai . 3. Bt it fmrtktr trdeiaed aellhaaara'.rffy atort
ai.;, TUil aTex of FOUK THOUSAND FIE HUN
UKE11 UOLLAKS Is hereby levied upon all property
aultjtrct to taxation for State and County purpoeea,
a ilbia the Incorporated liutita of the City of Laocaa
ter, for the purpo.e of dufraving the expeneci oftul
li.m In ihe PuMIr Srbool In aald Citr.
P.Mid Mar Sf, lHSi. C. F. SHiFFER, Prea.
Attest U.a. WiLUaat, City Clerk. May 31 3x4
one tear and balance lu two yeara with intereat, from
day or aale; not to 03 aoiu 1
kpprateeu value uiereoi.
I for leit than two third the
i. R. MCMACGH, Ailm'tore. ieaira.e,
of John Campbell, deeeaacd.
Jane it, lJS-Sw7pf $ IS
DESIRABLE CITY I OT TOl?. SALT.
I WILL aril Lot No. 75 in Carpenter'! Addition to
the City of Lancaster, being the Lot directly oppo
site to the rtMiitetice of William M. Kinkead, r'.aq.
Thi. Lot la large and eligibly located, being on of
the corner l.ole In the original Carpenter Plat and
.it tinted on the South weal corner of Winding and Par
ry Mri-vta. near tha C. W. At Z. R. R. iiepot. Term!
eaxy and title warranted. Enquire of
SAMUEL JACKSO! or
GEORGE W. MAC ELKOY.
Martlni Row. two doora South of Port Office.
LaucaaU'r, May 17, mil 1 .
THAI Hi t RE.
STRAYED from the eunirriber are
rnilea North of lncarter.on Uie old
bnltimore road. A SOKREI. MARK,
three yoara old aad amall of her age.
one hind foot while above the pasture
joint. Anv nrrraon rrtnmlng said mare
will he hamlanrerly rewarded. ELIAb 2i.AGl.Efi.
June H.lrSi- 3C
WHAT f AftMERS THINK
OP MAHSY'8 PATEJfT
REAPING S MOWING MACHINE.
WE are dally reeeirinrCertlocatee of reiKttnmend
ation and letter apeaking in the high art term a
their entire utiafatlion In the operation ol the above
Machine, as the following extra!, wrtlehow!
ir LiarnTT, Logan county, Ohio, 1CJ34. Meaara:
DeWitidt Co. Gjir.leinen, I am now prepared td
aa that te Reaping and Mowing Machine purehaaed
of youi. rig.it. After fully proving Ita ollllty by Or 11
cutting our wheat, then our graaa.tben onr timothy
aeed and to-day commenced our oata, and to far Ita
utility and naatneMof work Is concerned our utmost
expectation has been fully realiied.and II beluga near
thing In this neighborhood there have been many td
ace it and all without exception admire ita work, ilia
itrnr.,hl.n, wilt .ell msirr here next veac
V . . . r. r t - 1 1- 17 a r-c-riW
vovra. in naete, ili.-i.e. n . ni -.ij-i.
rne frr. Lawrence CO.. Pa.. June S3. 1M34. Wl,
theunderaigncd.haeinraeen DeWtti dt Co. '4 Reaping
and Mowing Machine! .viantiy'a raier.i; in operation aa
William Uliinrhnrd'a medow and from what wa hava
aeen of it we think it will doallibey repreaaatlt Udoi
aa we aaw It mow as well nit eau be done la any other
wT. WM. BLANCH ARB. THOMAS tiAMPLK.
JAYES KELSO. JAMES 01LMOKE.
J. P. M.G LATHERY. WILLIAM COLTOJf,
MlLOMcGLATMEBY; H. M. KIRK.
Several of the abneehate pnrchaaed Marolnca alrica;
iaat nwnt A Cn.Gmtt. We have teatett
your machine (Manny'a Patent; In graaa, also Ih grain,
and thus fur we are wull aatiiflcd. We would recom
mend itlolhi" patronage offarmera generally.
t. It. Di ilKIt, VIULIAJI aa. nAI9,
PendeM, June , laS4. LEWIS P. STORR.
Sold by T.-P. GALLtP. Laneaater, Ohio.
Ware R.wm, over J. S. Snydar'a Steam Saw nnd
PJajulngJIIill M ay 4;
FASHIONABLE M I IXI 5 E ivfl .
WE would particularly Invite the attention of oar;
Lady reudera, who Intend visiting Cincinnati
Una Sprir.r'or Stiunner, to the exteneive stock of him
J. A. HEXDERSO.I, late
FrtmthtXtw York Tribumt a JuntM.
New York, June 13.
BECEIPT3 OF TUB WEEK.
Ct'RRENT TRICKS THIS WEEK. DEEVE3.
These are soli by the bead ut . a price
equal to the vnlae per pound of the esiiraii-
ted weight ol beet in the quarter, ine
hide and tallow or "tlUh-quartor -is not
counted in this market. It is in Bos
The Prick To Dat fl will average
First quality 11c.
But few sales over 1 1 or under Oc.
Prices of Veal Calves. Tiro rate at
which such Calves as aro fit to eat sell for
all tha vear is from 4 to 7o per lb., live
A class called kittens' that is, Calves
from one to six days old sells from 1,25
to 3 aS4 each.
In Autumn a cood manv"crass Calves,"
rrnnerallv sold at four to six months old,
brings 3 to,i98. . . .
K rrood fat Veal often brines 20aS30,
Milk Cows. The price of Cows deptnds
as much upon fancy as tho price ol Horses
Ordinary cows, 25a$39; good fair cows,
35a$40; extra quality, with calf, 45a$50,
and a few at S60. .
Siieep and Lambs. Common Shecp,5,
50a86; extra Sheep, 8a 10; Lambs, $3a
Swine. Western Hoes, corn-fed, largo
first quality, '-li1i live weight; 9a0j
dead wemht; live weight,, small size, oo.,
6?a7c; live weight 84a9. dead weight;
Western mast-ted, none; western aim leu
none: New York State still-fed, none
New York Statd, small size, prime for
market retailing, 7a7Ac. live weight, OJa
91c. dead weight.
xrxirT laar wttx ar axtt. aoan an otb
hereby girea that Jeaaa Middlelon,
dmiiilstnitfir of Tliomai Harroau, also Stephen
,i rtimriliay of Marr W. I.chnian.liarc died -their
arcniinu and vouVnera intbe Probate Court of Kair-
ld Comity, Ohio, for inspection and eeiuemeni, ano
that the same will come on for hearing nnlhelllh
lay of July, A.IJ. IMS. or a anon thereaiicraa ma;
be. V1KGIL K. 6MAVT, rrooate jooge.
NEW 'STORE NEW' GOODS.
HAS lust rocelred and la now opening a gcnornl
.....nitient of IK 1" GOODS of every earlciv
umuIIv fouudin Urj Gooda traderconiistiug in part of
Citliroa. FrintN, l.awas, Giugbams
Brown and Rlrached Muslins: 5.6dt lOonar Sheetings
Black and Fancy Dresa Silks? Blanea; Baragea;
Alpaccaa. plain and figured;
l.iueuiuid Silk Handkerchiefs and Cravats;
Hnnnetaand Bonnet Klbhon; Clothe and C.isl meres;
Satlnclaand Flannels; CUecka, Tickings, and
illeu'i Simmer Ware of kind,
together with n varietr of other jrnoda for Ladlea and
li.u .niiin. Alt oi wniT-ii um.n urc, I'"" "
verv prices.de will he aold equally low for CASH.
trCUUJilnr rnuivwr. v.i.i.
His Store will ha foand two aoora w est oi me rsir
FJKHi It I C II ,
t onsisting or
3'li-jnonnctn. ttibboaM, Floirera atnti
Trunoiiars of the lateal PariaA New Vorkstylea.
Herat-xk U bv far tho LA KGEST In the city, and la
kept constantly full by UA1I.V ARRIVALS from tha
Eajil. ofllie Jftwttt Patter f.a.rls. Emflitk ttrmwtt
Stfiet, Ttteam, and Smti Brtidt. Blend aad JTraaaA Lu-
tee. together with tbe moat ckotca bomrkt. t..r ana
Tbihshko Kihanaa'.and Pacxr-a AarinriaL FLQwaad
iinnorlrd: all of hic h slid will sell 2J ner cent, lower'
than any otheressililislimcnl ln CluclnnaM. Heratnretd
So.8V4 FIFTH KTKKKT, between Elta k Plum.
Cincinnati, March S,18iJ Iy47
GILT Moulding, for Picture Fmmea, for aala at 4
city hook atord-
A RCHITECTUKB hy L. D. Oonld. A. Renjnaiinand
I 0. P. siuitli, for aale at the cus ooox atoro
B. CO.NBl.L. Agent.
ClLAKK'SCornmentaryontlie Old and New Testa'
rment.foraaleat tite city book atore.
AprUxl, lti4. B; CO.NNBLL Jgenti
MRS. Partington's Carpet Baf ot Fun, for aala at
Uie eitv lunik atore.
April 81, 1SW. ' B. COXSF.T.L Agent
THK Old Brewery and Sow Mission House, for aal
at the eitv book atore;
- ri!21. li-St. n CflSNtLL, Agent;
THK Lamp Ltrhter,for aale nl the rite bow atora'
Aprilil 1SJ4. B CONNELL. Agent.
YARMEHS'arid Emigrant's Book, for aala at ins
B. COS JtELL, Agent.
Beef CATTLS-Number in market at Al-
lerton's, Forty-fourth st., to-day, 2,319.
These are repo'd from the followingStates:
New York '142 Illinois 84G
PftnnsTlvania . Kentucky - 304
Ohio " 6.18 Missouri 6
Indiana "'.206 Texaa , , 14
field ConntT Havings Institute aad opposite Fhreflnr'i
Hotel, Lancaster, Ohio. Miry 24, IKS
ItOCXTY tAJJU WAHliAjlTS.
TRmslllldenlinginLand TVarrnnta. and will pay
in. hih.t nricn. and want aa manv aal can bay.
and guarantoo tliemin every respect when I aell.
Anv Information in relation in incm given .iiiiunij.
orllce North-west corner of Main and Columhna
atreeta, Lnnraater Ohio. T. W TALLMADUJi-
Laneaater, May 7, lesj- an.
" STHAtlD AWAY
EKOM the the pasture of the aubaerl
her, one mile West of Laneaater.on
lrdjiy night Jaats a large "
DAHK BAY MOUSE,
fir erhans ssme wemld call hlin a light
Brown, with a long slim lau.witn ti.e rrair "m nr.
ncartberoot one fore and one hind foot white, aal
think. Any person securing aaid horse, or giving me
infonnation where lie can be found, shall be liberally
warded as he is n favorite fantily horao.
"unewwr'Nay 10, 16M-3wl , t . VA.N TRUMP.
IAVnt all timea nreparad 10 furnish LOOKING
GLASSES In Mahogany, Walnot or Rosewood
Frames, liking Glass Plalea, Plotarea Pramea, tie.
Also, triii rntuie, . - -
Portrait Frames, Picture Framoa, and a general na-
aortmenlof Ptcliirea ana un rainung.. wnmnsi.
.t tha lowest nricea. J.C. GKST.
No. 9 West Fourth 6 treat, Cincinnati, Ohio.
March 8, 1845-44 ; :
THE nndtrlgnedr having recently Blted up rooms
in Martln'a row, immedtauly under the Ohio
tingle Printing Office, and one door north of the Poet
Office, nmat reapeetrnlly Invite public attention W
n..i.....ln and well selected atock of Canfefs-
eries, constating of candies of their own mannfactnre,
which they will sell at wholesale s, r,,,
a siMnwa. FlaTa.Hiaena.Iaitsa.
Flral tluatllty fatawoa "" ""' " '"v
Tabacaa, Clgara, arc, Ac,, eeostantly kept
AD bUldl A, SB StW
We are also Bttlngnpln nne style for a Ladlea' Sum
mer Saloon. Ihe rooms formerly occupied by Pr. Kiaa,
where the refreebaianU of the ")' i"1
neBaatallhonrs. HELT dsLADABAUGH.
Jtprll I, IKJ " .'-
eitv book store
ITIASCT Articles In great rarlaty, for aala at tha altf
1 liook store.
April tU 154. . B. COXSEIi; Agent.
BLANK ROOK MANUFACTORY A.XB
Dook Bindery. I.nncaateri Ohio.
l OSSCea; usIteeW Blanksi
U .fkots, Ilouhle anil Single!
Entrv Ledgeaa, Jon mala.- Hsy1
Itoeka, .. -ecc. A lee. Book
Binding of every description
don In meet aatlsfnctory
style. . '
All ordera.liT letter or othaf
wise, protnptiv attended to;
Ordarafor Blndinc can ne left at Ihe Gasette Orfleei
or at the Uinderv.on Main Street, In the room former
ly occupied by Col. P. Van Trump, as a Law OtTlee j
and nearly opposite Dr. Kreider'e realdaece.
December 14, 1SJ4 X I. KUSoEJJi
A. C. SABL0, tt. DT-
HOMOEOPATH 1ST. ' "
aTvFFICE la Tallmadge Block, Mala Street, tatneas-
x VaW n o oiis
jcst aacatriD at 1
SEARLK'S HOOK STORtJ,
Opposite Sh.T Art's Hotel, Lancaster, Okirt
WTOSEY MOOfraadotliCr Comallllos froiB PaarH
II Antcrblography of aa Metres, by Mm. MowatB
Journey torentralAfrlca.hy Bayard Taylor
Eansns'and Kebtaska, by Hala ...
Funnr Memories nf Foreign Lands, by Mrs. Stow
The Better I.snd,byThonipsrn
spoieon or nia Army, tne vamp rireaoi isapoienn
A fine Pit of Annuals for 1855, and a Ana lot of small
Gift Books of all kinds. .
CalhollcPrayer Books. Episcopal Prayer Booka.nail
a large lot of Family Bibles and Packet Bibles at
reduced prices. ' ' .
School Booksand Stationery ai wholesale dr. RetalU
Pocket Wadots. Port Monies, and Pen Rnlees, fof
sale attha Book Store of JOHN REARI.ES.
Oct. 98, 165483 . Oppcatla Asst' JJatafj
.. LIXTLrB tX ttESBACH
STAt'LE FANCY Dlltf XiOOitfi,
Grocer lea, QoeeaawarrtH Hattq, Cm ft
soskits, boots, Sanaa, watt rarra ana sosnnausa,
MA15 STREET, LAKCASTEB, OHiO.
WOULD respectfallylnvlla tha attention oferery
body to their large and well assorted atock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
Jfich iarebeen selecferl lfb ears, ano wnl be sol
attha lowest eaahprieas. - May a,
A. O. eislr, M . u., ooiumoos. .
J, H. Pulu.M. D Ciaetnnatl. aprll H
FRESH MILCH COWS.
FRESH MILCH COW for sale at tha1
Farm Booth or Town.
185. TBOMAi iTCIGXOI